This Company was mustered into Confederate service October 9, 1861, for a period of three months unless sooner discharged, and were to be stationed at St. Marks. There is no record as to who the mustering officer was; presumably it was Captain Noyes. From the mustering note it would appear that they were not assigned to duty, because the note says "when called into Confederate service of the Confederate States." On the 10th of October, 1861, this Company was called into the service of the State. There is no record that it ever entered into the Confederate service as a company, nor is there any record of its discharge from service.