Christopher Irwin was excused from service as listed in “A General Return of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Classes of Philadelphia Militia”. Christopher was assigned the Second Class with substitute command of Captain William Semple.
Christopher Irwin listed as private in the “Receipt Roll of a company of volunteers commanded by Captain Thomas Shriver of the 2nd Regiment performing a tour of duty under the command of Colonel Lotz who rendezvous at York under the General order of the Governor, Dated 26 August 1814. Commencement of service September 3, 1814. Christopher was paid $6.00
Christopher Irwin listed as private in Muster Roll of a Company of Riflemen in the Actual Service of the United States under the command of Colonel William Hamilton. The date of appointment or enlistment 1 September 1814 to what time engaged or enlisted 4 December 1814, Place of residence York, Pennsylvania, distance to Baltimore was 48 miles.