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Инспекторы армии США

A. H. Asabel HUBBARD

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1833.
Inspected arms in plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Nathan Starr, Asa Waters, Lemuel Pomeroy and Eli Whitney.
A.D.K. A.D. KING

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
ALLEN Oliver

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1817. Inspected arms (sabers) in plant of Nathan Starr.
ANNELY Thomas

U.S. Inspector of Arms in Maryland, 1799-1801. Received payment for expenses incurred in connection with proving muskets.
B. M. Benjamin MOORE

U.S. Inspector of Arms, 1810-15.
BRAGG Joseph C.

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1841-42, in plant of Nathan Starr.
C. W. Charles WILLIAMS

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1808-1814. Inspected arms (sabers) at plant of Nathan Starr.
C. W. H. C.W. HARTWELL

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
CARRINGTON James

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1826-1830. Inspected arms in plants of P. & E. W. Blake and Nathan Starr.
D. L. G. D. Le GRO

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
D. P. Daniel PETTIBONE

U.S. Inspector of Arms, 1808-1809.
D. T. Lieut. Daniel TYLER

Ordnance Dept. U. S. Army, Chief Inspector of arms made at National Armories after 1831. Had been stock inspector in plant of Nathan Starr.
E. A. M. E.A. MAY

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
E. S. A. E.S. ALLIN

Master Armorer Springfield Armory. Inspected arms made at Springfield Armory in the 1850's - 60's. Inventor of the Allin breech-block as used on Springfield Models 1865 to 1889.
E. T. Elisha TOBEY

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1830. Inspected arms in plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Nathan Starr and Asa Waters.
EBERLE Charles

Phila. cutler. Acted as inspector of sabers, con tract of Dec. 9, 1807, for 2,000 horsemen's sabers, awarded to William Rose & Sons, Blockley Township, Phila., Pa., by Tench Coxe, Purveyor of Public Supplies.
FLEGEL George

Armorer, U. S. Arsenal, Phila., Pa., 1815. Listed as "Fleegal," Master Armourer in 1819. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1823, at plant of Asa Waters. Probably the "GF," in spector of arms at the Henry Deringer plant in 1814.
FORBES Nathan

U.S. Inspector of Arms, 1799-1801.
G. F. George FLEGEL

Master Armorer U.S. Arsenal, 1815; U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1823 at plant of Asa Waters. Probably the "GF" inspector of arms at the Henry Deringer plant in 1814.
GETZ Peter

Lancaster, Pa., 1799-1805. Had been inspector of small arms for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on contract to Abraham Henry and John Graeff, for 2,000 muskets, of April 11, 1798. Later was Inspector of Arms, from 1800 to 1806 on contracts of Jacob Lether and Conrad Welshance of York, and of Jacob Fondersmith of Strasburg. Peter Getz also acted as inspector of rifles made on govern ment contracts about 1803-07 with Tench Coxe, Purveyor of Public Supplies.
H. H. P. Henry H. PERKIN

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1813-17. Inspected arms (sabers and N.C.O. swords) at the plant of Nathan Starr.
H. T. H. TRACY

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
HANNIS James

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1841-44. In spected arms in the plant of Nathan Starr.
HAWKINS John

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1840. Inspected arms in the plant of Nathan Starr.
HUBBARD Asabel

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1833. Inspected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. Johnson (and later Robert Johnson only), Simeon North, Nathan Starr, Asa Waters, Lemuel Pomeroy and Eli Whitney.
HULL Isaac

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, (boarding pikes and ship's cutlasses) in 1808 at plant of Nathan Starr.
I. H. Isaac HULL

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, (boarding pikes and ship's cutlasses) in 1808, at plant of Nathan Starr.
J. C. James CARRINGTON

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1826-1830. Inspected arms in the plants of P. & E. W. Blake and Nathan Starr.
J. C. B. Joseph C. BRAGG

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1841-42, at plant of Nathan Starr.
J. D. J. John D. JOHNSON of Middletown, Conn., 1822.

U.S. Inspector of gun barrels. See also Johnson. R. & J. D.
J. H. John HAWKINS

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1840, at plant of Nathan Starr.
J. H. James HANNIS

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1841 and 1843-44, at the plant of Nathan Starr.
J. M. Justin MURPHY

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1831. Inspected arms in plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr and Asa Waters.
J. N. John NEWBURY

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1825. Inspected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Lemuel Pomeroy, Simeon North, Nathan Starr and Eli Whitney.
J. N. John NICHOLSON

U.S. Inspector of Arms 1800-07.
J. N. S. J.N. SOLACE

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850. JOHN MEUNIER GUN CO. Milwaukee, Wis. See Meunier, John.
J. P. Jacob PERKINS

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, in 1821, in the plant of Asa Waters.
J. S. Jacob SHOUGH

U.S. Inspector of Muskets 1809-11.
J. S. James STUBBLEFIELD

Superintendent of Harpers Ferry Armory 1809-1817. Inspected arms made at the Armory.
J. S. James STILLMAN

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
J. T. T. Capt. John T. THOMPSON

Ord. Dept. Inspector 1903.
J. W. Joseph WEATHERHEAD

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1821-25. Inspected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. John son, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr and Asa Waters.
L.S. Luther SAGE

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818 1823. Inspected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Lemuel Pomeroy, Simeon North, Nathan Starr, Asa Waters and Eli Whitney.
M. T. W. Marine T. WICKHAM

Master Armorer, Harpers Ferry Armory before 1811. U. S. Inspector of Arms 1811-1815. Inspector of arms (sabers) at plant of Nathan Starr in 1814. See Wickham, M. T.
MOORE Benjamine

U.S. Inspector of Arms 1810-15.
MORGAN Joseph

Superintendent of Springfield Armory Nov. 1, 1802 to October 31, 1805. Had been U. S. Inspector of Arms 1799 1801.
MURPHY Justin

U.S .Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1831. In spected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr, and Asa Waters.
N. W. P. N. W. PATCH

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1834-1840 at plant of Nathan Starr.
NEWBURY John

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1818-1825. In spected arms in the plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr and Eli Whitney.
NICHOLSON John

U.S. Inspector of Arms at Phila., Pa. 1800-06.
NORMAN John

U.S. Inspector of Arms, in year 1830.
O. N. Noble ORR

U.S. Inspector of Arms, 1799-1801.
O. W. A. O.W. AINSWORTH

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
ORR Noble

U.S. Inspector of Arms 1799-1801. His initial "ON" are found on Whitney contract musket stocks.
PALMER Thomas

Inspector of Arms for U. S. in Philadelphia, 1808-10.
PATCH N.W.

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1834-40. Inspected arms at the Nathan Starr plant 1834-40.
PERKIN Henry H.

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms 1813 to Jan. 1817. Inspected arms (sabers and N.C.O. swords) at plant of Nathan Starr.
PERKIN Joseph

First Superintendent Harpers Ferry Armory (1803). Inspector of Arm for New England District, 1813. Prob ably identical with Joseph Perkins.
PERKINS Jacob

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms at Asa Waters plant in 1821.
PETTIBONE Daniel

U.S. Inspector of Arms 1808-1809. Inspected sabers of contract of Dec. 9, 1807 for 2,000 horsemen's swords, awarded to Rose & Sons, Blockley Township, Phila., Pa., by Tench Coxe, Purveyor of Public Supplies.
PALMER Thomas

Inspector of Arms for U.S. in Philadelphia, 1808-10.
PATCH N.W.

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1834-40. Inspected arms at the Nathan Starr plant 1834-40.
R.C. R. CHANDLER

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
SAGE Luther

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1817-1838. In spected arms in plants R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr, Asa Waters and Eli Whitney.
SHOUGH Jacob

U.S. Inspector of Muskets 1809. Refused to accept blades of sabers made on contract of June 8, 1810, with James Winner of Phila., for 500 horsemen's swords. Relieved from duty in 1811.
STEVENS Thos. H.

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms (ship's cut lasses) in 1816 at the plant of Nathan Starr.
STRODE John

Was inspector of arms made by Home & Wheeler in 1801-02.
T. H. S. Thos. H. STEVES

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms (ship's cutlasses) in 1816 at the plant of Nathan Starr.
T. P. Thomas PALMER

U.S. Inspector of Arms 1808-10.
THORNTON William A.

Captain Ordnance Dept, U.S. Army. U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms 1842-61. Graduated U. S. Military Academy 1825. Died Brig. General 1866.
TOBEY Elisha

Inspector and Foreman, arms stocking shop, Spring field Armory, 1818. U. S. Inspector of Contract Arms 1818-1830. Inspected arms in plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Nathan Starr and Asa Waters.
W. N. W. NORTH

U.S. Inspector of Arms within years 1831-1850.
W.A.T. Captain William A. THORNTON

Ordnance Dept.,U. S. Army. Inspector of Contract Arms 1842-61. See Thornton, William A.
WADSWORTH Decius

Captain U.S. Ordnance. U. S. Inspector of Muskets for Eastern States 1799-1801. Inspected, sabers at plant of Nathan Starr in 1799. Colonel Ordnance 1814-1819.
WEATHERHEAD Joseph

U.S. Inspector of Contract Arms, 1821 25. Inspected arms in plants of R. & J. D. Johnson, Simeon North, Lemuel Pomeroy, Nathan Starr and Asa Waters.
WICKHAM M.T.

Marine T. Wickham had been a U. S. Inspector of Arms, 1811-15. He is listed in 1829-33 in the Philadelphia City Directory at the location of the John Joseph Henry gun factory, at the corner of 3rd and Noble Streets.
WILLIAMS Charles

U.S. Inspector of Arms, 1808-14. Inspected sabers at plant of Nathan Starr 1812-13.