Given Paige's clue, I found a War of 1812 Service Record for Caleb Lindsey. US War of 1812 Service Records Name: Caleb Lindsey Company: 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (WILLIAMSON'S), TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS. Rank - Induction: PRIVATE Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE Roll Box: 126 Microfilm Publication: M602
Record shows him discharged instead of deceased, so it could be different man but everything else fits. From http://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/military/1812reg.htmhttp://www.tennessee.gov/tsla/history/military/1812reg.htm COLONEL THOMAS WILLIAMSON DESIGNATION: 2nd Regiment West Tennessee Volunteer Mounted Gunmen DATES: September 1814 - April 1815 MEN MOSTLY FROM: Bedford, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Giles, and Smith Counties CAPTAINS: Giles Burdett, James Cook, John Crane, John Doak, John Dobbins, John Hutchings, William Martin, Anthony Metcalf, Robert Moore, James Nealy, James Pace, Thomas Porter, Thomas Scurry, Robert Steele, Richard Tate, Beverly Williams BRIEF HISTORY: Along with Colonel Robert Dyer's unit, this regiment was part of General John Coffee's brigade that fought at Pensacola and New Orleans. Marching from Fayetteville to Camp Gaines (30 miles from Fort Montgomery), they helped Jackson take the port of Pensacola from the Spanish on 7 November 1814. Williamson's men then participated in all of the engagements at New Orleans, where they were part of the left line of Jackson's breastworks. In March 1815 they returned to Tennessee via the Natchez Trace.
I am hoping we can find a bounty land warrant to John L. Lindsey based on Caleb's service.