During the bombardment of Fort McHenry on September 13-14, 1814 the small garrison of the U.S. Corps of Artillery (60 men) were augmented by the following federal and militia companies. The total force amounted to 1,010 men.
Major George Armistead, Commander -U.S. Corps Artillery
Captain Frederick Evans – U.S. Corps of Artillery (60 men)
Capt. Thomas Sangsten – 12th U.S. Infantry (110 Men)
Capt. Joseph Hook, 36th U.S. Infantry (125 men)
Lieut. William Rogers, 36th U.S. Infantry (130 men)
Capt. James H. Hook, 38th U.S. Infantry (100 men)
Capt. John Buck, 38th U.S. Infantry (100 men)
Capt. Matthew S. Bunbury – U.S. Sea Fencibles (60 men)
Capt. William H. Addison, U.S. Sea Fencibles (50 men)
Lieut. Solomon Rodman, U.S. Chesapeake Flotilla (60 men)
Capt. Joseph H. Nicholson, U.S. Volunteers (75 men)
Captain John Berry, Washington Artillery, 1st Regt. Maryland Artillery (100 men)
Lieut. Charles Pennington, American Artillerist, 1st Regt. Maryland Artillery (75 men)
Source: “Report of Fort McHenry, September 13 & 14, 1814 in the Bombardment.” Records of the War Department, Office of the Adjutant General, Record Group 107.