I came across this info while looking through historical databases online. It was published in “The Military and Naval Magazine of the United States” in
February 1835.
Register of the Officers of the US
Revenue Cutter Service, January 1, 1835

Rank / # in Grade

Name

Date of Commission

Cutter/Station

Captain

John Cahoone

25 Jan 1812

--/On Leave

 

John Jackson

24 April 1818

Jefferson/Charleston, S.C.

 

John A. Webster

22 Nov 1819

Taney/Norfolk

 

Winslow Foster

28 March 1821

Morris/Portland

5

Henry D. Hunter

15 Nov 1824

Jackson/On the coast

 

William W. Polk

25 July 1825

Rush/New York

 

Nicholas Bicker

29 Aug 1828

Gallatin/Wilmington, Del

 

Daniel Dobbin

4 Apr 1829

Erie/Lake Erie

 

Andrew Mather

4 Apr 1829

Wolcott/New Haven

10

William Coody

6 July 1829

Vigilant/Newport

 

Thomas L. Shaw

5 Sept 1829

Madison/Portsmouth

 

William A. Howard

31 Dec 1829

McLane/New Bedford

 

Farnifold Green

16 May 1831

Dallas/Newbern

 

Uriah Coolidge

1 June 1832

Swiftsure/Passamaquoddy

15

Robert Day

2 June 1832

Crawford/Savannah

 

Thomas M. Randolph

4 June 1832

Washington/Key West

 

Joseph Gold

11 June 1832

Alert/New York

 

Ezekiel Jones

4 Jan 1833

Ingham/New Orleans

 

Lewis Girdler

2 June 1834

Hamilton/Boston

20

Thomas C. Rudolph

2 June 1834

Dexter/Mobile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First  Lieutenants

Michael Conner

25 Sept 1828

Erie/Lake Erie

 

Caleb Currier

13 April 1830

Madison/Portsmouth

 

John Besse

21 July 1830

Rush/New York

 

Green Walden

15 Dec 1830

Morris/Portland

5

Charles B. Childs

31 May 1831

Jefferson/Charleston

 

Levi C. Harby

28 July 1831

Ingham/New Orleans

 

Philemon Gatewood

31 May 1832

Dallas/Newbern

 

Gabriel O’Brien

1 June 1832

--/On Leave

 

Henry B. Nones

2 June 1832

Alert/New York

10

Josiah Sturges

4 June 1832

McLane/New Bedford

 

Henry Prince, Jr.

5 June 1832

Wolcott/New Haven

 

Josiah Murch

23 Oct 1832

Gallatin/Wilmington, Del

 

John Whitcomb

31 Dec 1832

Swiftsure/Passamaquoddy

 

Richard Evans

1 Jan 1833

Taney/Norfolk

15

Samuel P. Scott

3 Jan 1833

Hamilton/Boston

 

Napoleon L. Coste

4 Jan 1833

Washington/Key West (Attached to Jackson while in the Gulf of Mexico)

 

H. N. Tracy

2 June 1834

Vigilant/Newport

 

John Little

11 July 1834

Dexter/Mobile

 

Wm. B. Whitehead

11 July 1834

Crawford/Savannah

20

John C. Jones

7 Apr 1834

Campbell/Baltimore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second Lieutenants

Stephen Thatcher

18 Jan 1831

Wolcott/New Haven

 

W. M. A. Moore

30 May 1832

Washington/Key West

 

Gay Moore

1 June 1832

Taney/Norfolk

 

Alex’r V. Frazer

4 June 1832

Alert/New York

5

Douglas Ottinger *

5 June 1832

Erie/Lake Erie

 

Wm. Russell

17 Dec 1832

Dallas/Newbern

 

John J. Nimmo

28 Dec 1832

Vigilant/Newport

 

George Hayes

31 Dec 1832

Morris/Portland

 

Charles Grover

1 Jan 1833

Dexter/Mobile

10

James B. Rodgers

2 Jan 1833

Gallatin/Wilmington, Del

 

Thomas Sands

3 Jan 1833

Jackson/On the coast

 

Thomas Stoddart

5 Jan 1833

Hamilton/Boston

 

Charles B. Beaufort

7 Aug 1833

Ingham/New Orleans

 

Francis Martin *

12 Aug 1833

McLane/New Bedford

15

Stephen Cornell

10 Oct 1833

Jefferson/Charleston

 

Joseph A. Noyes

18 Dec 1833

Swiftsure/Eastport

 

Peter Storer

2 June 1834

Rush/New York

 

John McGowen

11 July 1834

Crawford/Savannah

19

James H. Roach

12 July 1834

Madison/Portsmouth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Third Lieutenants

Blyden Hedge

4 Jan 1833

Rush/New York

 

Samuel Winchester

5 Jan 1833

Dexter/Mobile

 

George Clarke

9 Jan 1833

Washington/Key West

 

Wm. B. McLean

22 Mar 1833

Madison/Portsmouth

5

John Walker

31 Mar 1833

Taney/Norfolk

 

David M. Stokes

23 Apr 1833

Vigilant/Newport

 

Richard Powell

6 July 1833

Jackson/On the Coast

 

Osmond Peters

14 July 1833

Hamilton/Boston

 

F. B. Wright

23 Aug 1833

McLane/New Bedford

10

Thomas Osborne

10 Oct 1833

Jefferson/Charleston

 

John B. Fulton

18 Dec 1833

Dallas/Newbern

 

George Berriman

18 Dec 1833

Alert/New York

 

Arnold Burroughs

18 Dec 1833

Swiftsure/Passamaquoddy

 

Richard D. Millen

31 Mar 1834

Crawford/Savannah

15

James Thompson

24 Apr 1834

Wolcott/New Haven

 

Beverly Digges

20 June 1834

Campbell/Baltimore

 

Charles A. Newton

11 July 1834

Gallatin/Wilmington

 

Samuel T. Williams

11 July 1834

Morris/Portland

 

John B. Meigs

1 Sept 1834

Ingham/New Orleans

20

John W. Hunter

24 Oct 1834

Jackson/On the Coast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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* - Ottinger and Martin remained on the Revenue Cutter Register until at least as late as July 1, 1892, as the Senior Captains on the list at the time, both
listed as “Waiting Orders”.

Note: The pay for Revenue Cutter Service officers as of this date was:

Captains : 50 Dollars/Month
1st Lts. : 35 Dollars/Month
2nd Lts. : 30 Dollars/Month
3rd Lts. : 25 Dollars/Month

All were entitled to “four army rations per diem” in addition to pay.
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