Jose Andreo, Capt - not on duty Joseph Andreo, boat James Arnau Michael Nelligan Francis Andreo = not on duty Mathias Leonardy - not on duty
April 12 1840 Jas M Gould, Capt. Joseph Manucy Alexis Andreo Vincente Pacetti Oea Howard Peter Manucy Nicholas Rohero
April 15 1840 Theo Flotard, Capt Gaetano Solana Absent Seastian Llenova Peter Segui absent Domingo Usina Thos I Ruttel Jose Pacetti, Carpenter
20 April Morning report of Patrol commanded by John L Phillips on Sunday night 20 April 1840. James Hulbert Edmond Wallen Thomas Bellows Secundino Segui Swiney ? Hammond
April 21 Patrol for Tuesday night 21st April F I Quincy, Capt Francis Circopole Rogue Leonardy Crecencio Pacetti Antonio Hernandez John Canovas John Ballman To the Mayor Sir one of our number, Mr. Ballman would not attend the patrol. It is the request of the company, that the said Ballman be subject to fine. Equal Rights is the motto of the Company H F Quincy.
April 22 1840 Bartolo Pacetti Capt Joseph Pacetti, fish John Pons John Manucy - didn't turn out Ant Llambias Andrew Pacetti painter Philip Solana - didn't turn out
April 25 Patrol for Saturday night the 25th April Peter Zylstra, Capt Miguel Usina John Lassera Golston John Suwarez Raphael Canovas Wm. Reynolds Gabriel Capo John Segui
Absent Golston Suwarez Canovas Segui
April 28 K. B. Gibbs Capt.
Joseph Pacetti Carp Thomas Andrew Ignacio Lopez - Not in town Graham Bartolo Masters
* * * April 1840 Report of the Patrol for the city of St Augustine on the night of the 9th inst.
Negroes taken up without passes and lodged in the custody of the Jailer
Bernardo Bravo owned by D? Bravo Peter Solano by Mrs. C Solano John Solano taken from the custody of the Jailer by order of the Mayor employed by M Cates
Boatswain free Ann Solano owned by Matteo Solano.
John C Cleland Capt Patrol
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1 May Joseph M Hernandez Capt Robert Mickler Capt Vernacio Sanchez absent Samuel Horthrop Pepy Sanchez Robt Campbell Joshua Iorgier James Felny Gabriel Masters Paul Canovas
2d May James Pellicer, Capt Geo Colee Geo. Medici John C Huther John Zylstra I I Hedrick Gabriel Pacetti Manuel Garrido John Simpson
May 3 Jacob Mickler Capt Antonio Pellicer Luther Whipple Allen Tho Hall Bartolo Masters Manuel Solana James G Landon
May 4 C Dicosta Capt Francis Llenova Joseph Baya James Haskins Bart Leonardy absent
Joseph Hernandez absent Matthew Long
May 11 Thos E B Smith Capt Thomas Nelson Henry Thomas Christian Boye John Vance Anthony Pons Joseph Benet
May 19 F I Quincy, Capt Francis Circopole Roque Leonardy Crecencio Pacetti Antonio Hernandez , Carp John Canovas, Capt. John Ballman Lee
Report of the Patrol of Sunday night 24 May 1840 Present Secundino Segui Edmund Pallier? sub Thomas Beleows Isaac M Avery sub John Williams James Hurlbush
Absent Hammond Swinney
Jn Sote Philips Captain
May 25th Geo Center Capt Joseph Sanchez Geo Ramonspecker not summoned Antoio Andreo, blacksmith Fisher Phil Manucy - not present Jseh Canovas Wm Lourcy Wm B MacLean
May 26 K B Gibbs Capt Thos Andreo Ignacio Lopez Dd R Dunham Gabriel Masters Bart. Masters, Carp Paul Canovas Geo. Graham Carp
June 1 Thos I Smith, Commander Francis Genova Joseph Baya James Haskins Wm Munson Bradford Southwick Bartolo Leonardy Joseph Hernandez Matthew Long Sam. H. Williams Dom Circople
The Patrol are requested to do duty properly armed. I authorize Michael M Medices to serve in my place T Smith.
This process is returned as obliged according to law. One prisoner arrested. Carried to the fort and the keeper refused to receive him upon which he was discharged - no prisoners arrested June 2, 1840 T F Smith by Michael De Medices.
June 8 Thos B Smith, Commander Thomas Nelson Henry Thomas Christian Boye John Vance Anthony Pons absent Joseph Benet
June 23 K B Gibbs Capt Thomas Andreo David R. Dunham Gabriel Masters Bart Masters carp Paul Canovas Geo Graham
(now meeting at the Council room
June 26 Maj Beard Capt Venancio Sanchez Samuel Northrop Schultz Thos Richards Robert Campbell Joshua Forgner James Felany Archd Gould John Mitchell
June 27 James Pellicer, Capt Geo Colee, painter John Zlstra O'Sullivan J J Hedrick Gabriel Pacetti Manuel Garrido John Simpson
June 29 Petronillo Lopez Capt Francis Llenova Joseph Baya Jas Haskins Wm Hanson Barto Leonardy Joseph Hernandez Mathew Long
7th July Wm Travers, Capt John Capo James Hernandez Furman Bart Pons Joseph Manucy Tatin
28th July M H Tucker Capt Fogerty Wm Perpall Porter mason Francis Dustan Knowles John McGrath - absent George Miranda - absent
5th Aug Theo Flotard, Capt Sebastian Llenova , absent Peter Segui, absent Edmund Wallen Peter Masters Thos L Russell Jose Pacetti Carp
Morning report of Patrol of Sunday Night 10 August 1840. Present John Lote? Philips Absent James Hurlbert Thomas Bellows Secuidino? Segui ? John L Williams
No remarkable occurrence
15 Aug Peter Zylstra Capt
John LaMere Joseph Foulk John Suwarez Raphael Canovas Wm Reynolds Gabriel Capo, John Segui
Zylstra - The others not out. Capo
Sept 27 Patrol for Sunday Night 27th September Ora Howard, Capt Joseph Manucy, Sen Alexis Andreo S Dupont Peter Manucy, Sen Nicholas Rohero
By order of the Mayor P B Dumas Clerk of Court
Nov 1 Patrol for Sunday Night 1st Nov 1840 S Watson, Capt Geo Zehnbauer Michael Medicis Laurence Andreo Jerome Alvarez Yates Philip Manucy
By order of the Mayor P B Dumas Clerk of Council
December 21 Patrol for Monday night 21st December Ora Howard, Capt Thomas Nelson Absent Henry Thomas Christian Boye
By order of the Mayor P B Dumas Clerk of the Council
27 December Patrol for Sunday night 27th December 1840 S Watson, Capt Geo Zehnbauer absent Michael Medicis - Absent Lawrence Andreo - absent Jerome Alvarez - Absent Philip Manucy - Absent Yates - Absent. By order of the Mayor P B Dumas Clerk of the Council The Clerk of the Council will please order before the council on their final meeting, that the necessary steps should be taken to compel attendance in patrol. AS Watson
1841 Dec 21, 1841 M F Johnson Summons at Capt - Patrol from Sunday evening Dec 21 1841 appeared at the ringing of the bell 9 o'clock. Reports that on one appeared up to 10 o'clock except Mr. Llambias as a substitute for Peter Manucy.
The night being very cold the streets were generally quiet and people in doors.
I have generally found the people that have been summoned are unwilling to turn out and says the call interferes with their pursuits and pleasures
Absent Joseph Manucy Alex Andreu Ora Howard Geo W Wilson
Signed by M F Johnson
1842 31 January 1842 City of St. Augustine Ton Andras Papy, City Marshal
Summon in the name of the City of St. Augustine, Henry Fagan, to appear before the Mayor at his office at the Court house in the said City on Monday 31st inst. at 10 o'clock, am to show cause why a fine should not be imposed on him for nonperformance of patrol duty on the night of 28th inst. and for disobedience of the order of the Captain of the Patrol
Witness my hand this 31st day of January 1842.
E B Gould Mayor
11 Feb 1842 City of St. Augustine To Andres Papy, Marshal. Greeting:
In the name of the Corporation of the City of St. Augustine. You are hereby commanded that you ? the goods and chattels of Henry Fagan, so that you have the sum of two dollars to satisfy the said City of St. Augustine for a price adjudged against the said Fagan on the 30th ult. for nonperformance of patrol duty on the 28th ult together with costs.
Given under my hand, the 10th day of Feb 1842 E B Gould Mayor.
City of St. Augustine To Anders Papy City Marshal, Greeting
Summon Francis Perpall to appear before the Mayor at his office at the Court house in the City of St. Augustine, on Monday the 18th day of April instant at 10 o'clock a.m. to show for absence from Patrol duty on the night of the 14th inst.
Witness my hand, the 16th day of April 1842.
Fined $2 18th April 1842
EB Gould Mayor.
19 April 1842 City of St. Augustine To Andres Papy, City Marshal, Greeting
Summons to Mr. R. Andreu to appear before the Mayor, on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at his office in the Court house in said City to show cause why a fine should not be imposed on him and otherwise dealt with, for failure to make report as Captain of the Patrol on the night of the 16th instant.
Given under my hand 19th April 1842 E B Gould Mayor.
2 March 1842 City of St. Augustine To Andreas Papy City Marshal, Greeting Summon I C Abel to appear before at my office at the court house in the City of St. Augustine, on Friday the 4th day of March inst; at 10 o'clock, a.m. to answer the Corporation of the City of St. Augustine, for non-performance of Patrol duty on the night of 2d inst: as reported by the Captain of the Patrol. Given under my hand at the City of St. Augustine the 2d day of March 1842 E B Gould Mayor
19 Sept 1842 To Andras Papy, City Marshal, Greeting: Summon Joshua Joyner, to show cause before me at my office in the Court house in the City of St. Augustine, on Tuesday the 20th day of September inst at 9 o'clock, a.m. why a fine should not be imposed on him, for failure to perform patrol duty on the night of the 28th instant. Herein fail not.
Given under my hand, the 19th day of September, 1842. E B Gould Mayor
20 Sept 1842 City of St. Augustine, To Andras Papy, City Marshal, Greeting: Summon Peter Knowles to show cause before me at my office in the Court-house in the City of St. Augustine on Tuesday the 20th day of September inst. at 9 o'clock, a.m. why a fine should not be imposed upon him for failure to perform patrol duty on the night of the 18th inst. Herein fail not
Given under my hand the 19th September 1842. E B Gould Mayor
26 Sept 1842 To Hon Mayor and Alderman of the City of St. Augustine.
Gentlemen: I was summoned to do patrol duty on the night of the 8th inst. but from the indisposition of myself and the person who was to go in my place failed to do so, and therefore pray that your honorable body will remit the fine against me as I am ready at all times to perform a duty so much called for in this place. It was not because that Mr. Quincy was Capt of my patrol that I did not attend but I do beg that your hon' body on the person appointing the patrol would transfer me to another detachment of the patrol as I am altogether unwilling to serve under him.
And you will confer a favor on one who is willing to serve you in all things Joshua Joyner Sept 26th 1842
8 July 1842 City of St. Augustine
To Andras Papy, City Marshal, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Henry Wharton- to be and appear before me at my office at the Court House in the City of St Augustine on Saturday, the 9th day of July inst. at 9 o'clock, a.m. then and there to show cause why a fine should not be imposed on him for the non performance of Patrol duty on the night of the 7th inst.
Sworn under my hand, the 8th day of July 1842 E B Gould, Mayor
8 Sept 1842 Patrol for 8th Sept Mayor's Office St. Augustine 7th Sept 1842 Joseph Andreu Capt John Masters Francis M. Sanchez Peter Knowles Falany
All present except Peter Knowles and John Masters who is said to be in country.
No Occurrences Jos Andreu, Capt
1845 E B Gould, Mayor 19 May 1845 To the Honorable the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of St. Augustine
Your Petitioner Respectfully showed that twice since your honorable boy has been at the head of the city affairs he has been called upon to do patrol duty and that having failed to perform the same he has been twice summoned before the Mayor's court and fined and that your petitions is now further informed that the collection of said fines is sought to be enforced by process against his person.
Your petitions would therefore beg to state that his failure to attend patrol has not arisen from any feeling of disrespect to your honorable body but from his belief that the office which he hold of inspector of the Customs exempted him from such duty which belief has been conformed by the conduct of your predecessors towards your petitions has ? his appointment he was never until the organization of the present board called upon to perform ? the same.
This petitioner has been the more inclined to avail himself of this exemptions from the sickness which has prevailed in his family for the last six months which must have prevented him from performing patrol in person and the belief which he entertained made him neglect to procure a substitute.
Your petitioners now prays therefore that the fines imposed on him may be remitted. and in consideration of the same although still truly and firmly believing himself exempt from any liability to perform patrol your petitions hereby promises and agrees to perform. Hereafter such duty either in person or substitute with the understanding however that should this question be tried and decided in favor of his exemption of the Honorable Judge of the Superior Court then your petitions should be discharged from his present promise and agreement.
And your petitioner will ever ? etc. Very respectfully Lyman Southweek
* * * State of Florida City of St. Augustine To Francis P Ferreira, Sheriff of the County of St. Johns
Greeting In the name and by the authority of the State of Florida, you are hereby commanded that you arrest, Brigadier Genl William J Worth and him for with bring before me at my office in the City of St. Augustine to answer the complaints of William W. Loring charging him the said William J. Worth with an assault and battery upon him he said William Loring whilst in the discharge of his official duties as one of the patrol on the night of the 20th inst.
Given under my hand at the City of St. Augustine the 21st day of August 1845.
E B Gould, Mayor City of St. Augustine
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Detail for night 19th August 1849 Raphael Canova Captains Wm Weedon Godpriced? Foster Stephen Arnau William Pomar Jos S Sanchez Mayor Pro Temp
Patrol was all present last night Three men of color was taken up viz: Wm and Tonny Clark (two free men) and William belonging to Gen Hernandez. An assault was made on the patrol by a man named Friedman a soldier who attends to the US garden near Mr. Francis Andreu's house. Bob Bola seems was his accomplices because when Freedman came towards me I discovered Bola behind me in an attitude to strike, when they left us he joined the soldier in abusing and swearing in consequence of that languages together with the loud talking I judge they were disturbing the peace of the city.
* * * Detail of City Patrol for night of 29th December 1849
James M Gould Captains Mathias Andrew
Francis Arnau Benj Dupont Arrast Alonzo
Pedro Benet Mayor Pro term
A Negro boy Rip Van Winkle belonging to Mr. A Watson a Negro Girl Inez, servant to Mrs. Garl?y were apprehended y the patrol. One dollar was given by the family of Mr. Watson and the boy was released.
The girl Inez was delivered to Mr. James R Sanchez who claimed that it was not yet the time to apprehend Negroes. Mr. Sanchez was informed that the facts would be reported to the Mayor to which he agreed James M Gould Captain
1850 June 2, 1850 Mathew Solana, Captain Davis Allen Joseph Baya Forrances Baya sick C Dupont Chas Ridgely
* * * 1851
18 February 1851 William Munson, Captain Gabriel Masters Ant J Noda Gaspar N. Papy I? Llambias B. E. Carr Verancio Capo
15 July, 1851 Detail of Patrol for the night of Tuesday July 16th, 1851, Sylorrio Miranda, Captain A J Noda E J DeMedices W E Gue Thomas Ridgely P R Lopez
The Captain of this Patrol is required by ordinance to be at the Council Room at 9 o'clock, P.M. and to discharge his duties y faithfully patrolling the streets of the City at all hours during the night, until broad day light, and make a written report to the Jayer within nine hours after he shall have dismissed his men. This Report to contain the names of absentees of occurrences, violations of duty, or disobedience of orders. These duties will e strictly enforced by the Mayor to the extent of his power. Any neglect of duty subjects the party to fine.
July 14th 1851. By order of the Mayor ? Haager Clerk of the Council
the above names were all summoned in due time F P Furrira City Marshal
The Patrol were all present except E J. De Medices, the City was quiet and no occurrences Sylverio Meoranda Captain
July 16, 1851 Flor Baya was taken sick on the day on which he was summoned has also a sweller on his hand to confine him to his house Excused EBG
I report that the persons summoned except Florence Baya appeared at the usual hour last night and performed Patrol duty as required by the above instructions. Nothing else occurred to be reported June 28 1851 Matthew Solana, Captain
June 23 1851 John Hanson Captain Andr Pacetty M Capella Thomas Andreu B E Carr John Pacetty
Patrol of the night of the 23 for June absentees John M Hanson occurrence all given. Thomas Andreu Acting Captain
John M Hanson, having made oath that he was over fifty years of age was excused. EBG
July 6, 1851 John Drysdale, Captain John S McIntosh Antonio Llambias John Power William Andrew
By the order of the Mayor Chas Haager Clerk of the Council
the above names were all summoned in due time Francis P Furrura Marshal
26 July 1851 N. Rogero Captain John Canova ? Caepo John Caspo John H Mc Intosh
All present. Nothing occurred during the night N Rogero
Sept 11, 1851 R Hernandez Captain Joseph M Andrew John Rizer? Gabriel Malley Antonio Llambias
The Patrol were all present nothing occurred during the night. R Hernandez Capt
1860 By the order of the mayor we took up a man dead drunk in the street. The individuals name is Richard Halley. I obtained two engross to assist in taking him up
Not on duty Mr. Circopole Mr. Leonardy FI Quiney May 20 1860
1867 List of Posse summoned by order of the Hon Mayor of City St. Augustine Fla to attend a meeting call at the City Court House in Hospital Street on the evening of the 22nd July 1867 to keep order and suppress riot.
1. C W. Rantoul appeared and excused 2. William Ferruia 3. J. W. Gilbert 4. Willie Sanchez 5. Oliver Greeno 6. Alex Bravo 7. B J. Pecetty 10. Antonio Ximenes 11. Antonio Llambias 12. Chas Foster 13. William Foster 14. William Genovar 15. Roscoe Perry 16. Robert McGraw 17. Stephen Benet 18. Alex Inonowski 19. Nicholas Rogero 20. Joseph Sanchez 21 Chas. D. Lincoln 22. G. Sallas 23. W. H. Johnson 24. John Rosi 25. Bonnes (absent) 26. Ramond Irwin