First of all, William Wines did not serve in the militia but he served in the U.S. Army in the 3rd Regiment of U.S. Rifles under the command of Colonel William S. Hamilton of North Carolina. His company commanders were Second Lieutenant James McDowell of North Carolina and Captain Robert Campbell, Jr, of South Carolina. You need to write to the National Archives to obtain both his service records and his land bounty application. On NAFT Form 85 (Military Service Records) mark “regular” for army service in Box 9 (Kind of Service). The National Archives has the consolidated enlistment rosters for all of the U.S. Army regiments that served during the war in book form. This book is called the Records of the Men Enlisted in the U.S. Army Prior to the Peace Establishment, May 17, 1815. This book contains the name and rank of each enlisted personnel, his regiment, his company commander’s name, his regimental commander’s name, a physical description of your ancestor plus his peacetime occupation, where he was born (county and state, or country), where he enlisted and the period of enlistment, and any additional remarks. All of the columns may not be filled in. A page from this book will be sent to you as your ancestor’s service record. On NAFT Form 86 (Military Pension/Bounty Land Warrant Applications) mark “regular” for army service in Box 8 (Kind of Service). This should open some doors for you!