I have my GG grandfather's record for the War of 1812, but some of it is a complete mystery to me. He was David Smith, aged 28, enlisted in the 46th US Infantry from New York in June of 1814 and was discharged in May of 1815. He served as a sergeant major. What I can't work out appears under remarks. "R.R. Oct 15/14 -- Capt Job Wrights Co. Bk. 1814/15 D.R. Jan 5/15. Transfd [transferred] to staff for [unreadable, may be "refit" or some short word like that]. D.R. Feb 16/15. [&?] M. R. Mch. 4/15. Present Apptd [appointed] Sergt. Major June 10/14. M. R. May 1/15 On command to New York. Discharged at N. Y. May 15/15 term exp'd [expired]. Suspension [or maybe supervision?] case." What do R. R., D. R. and M. R. mean? Is Mch likely to be March? What does Suspension case mean? [This appears on most records on the same page, but not all.]
Any assistance -- or even some good guesses --would be very gratefully received.
By the way, in searching for Capt. Job Wright's Company, this seems to have been a Revolutionary War company ... would it have been carried through to the end of the War of 1812? Anyone know?