In the event that anyone should be interested in in-depth researching Capt. Quigley's Company..... in addition to the two 'bill's which were introduced in Congress in the 1850's, they may want to also check all of the correspondence to-and-from Congressional member John Sherman. Chances are good, that Sherman would have been in correspondence with several living members of Capt. Quigley's Company. And there may be other references to "Capt." Barrett's Company...if such a Company with such a Capt. really existed. [The possibility exists, that the one single known first-hand mention that Barrett was ever elected a Capt., might have simply been an unintended mis-statement by the source. Which would explain why there is no mention of such a Company, in official military records....or alternately, the Company formed in "Avery" in Apr. 1812,may perhaps have even existed with some other man as Capt. (never Barrett).] The 1812-pension record/file of Frederick W. Fowler should also be checked, to see what correspondence might exist in that file. These sources may also lead to other pensioners under "Capt. Quigley's Company"..and therefore more first-hand correspondence about it. I had intended to do all this research myself, and publish my results, but apparently my efforts have been thwarted by someone indeed in a position to thwart them. So I leave it up to others, and hope the truth will come out about these militia Companies;if perhaps some COMPETENT researcher cares to delve into it. I would, however, appreciate at least a minimal mention/credit that it was I, myself, who made the first effort to correct this "history".