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Official Roster
of
Soldiers of the American Revolution
buried in the state of Ohio

Source: The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution
buried in the state of Ohio
Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Adjutant Generals Dept.
Publ. 1929 - 1341 pgs.

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  ABBOTT, JOSEPH - Brown Co.
    Served in the Continental army during the Rev. Br. May 29/1739.  Mar Esther __, who was br Sept. 17, 1746.
Children: Mary, Chloe, John, Rebecca, Eunice, Silas, Jane, Joseph.
D. Franklin Twp., Brown Co., O.
Bur. Abbott family Cem. in Franklin Twp.
Moved fr. NJ to VA and shortly after the war came to Straight Creek, Franklin Twp., Brown Co., O.
With Greer Brown, located 1000 acres, each taking 500 acres.
Ref: Brown Co. Hist. 1883 by Beers & Co., p. 539.
Malcolm Abbott, Georgetown, O., and Mrs. A. A. Wicoff, descendants.
Fur. infor. Taliaferro and Lieutenant Byrd Chaps.
  ABEL, JOHN Lake Co.
    Corp. Enl. June 1777 for three mos under Capt. Jonathan Penoyer;  Oct. 1 for one mo under Capt Ephraim Merimer;  Dec. 1778 for 3 mos under Capt Amos Chapel; July 1778 for 3 mos under Col Lawrence.
Br. 1756
D. Dec. 23, 1836 at Perry, Lake Co., O.
Bur. Perry, O.
MI: "Died in Perry, Lake Co., O on Friday the 23rd of Dec. 1836, Mr. John Abel, a Revolutionary Soldier, in the 80th yr of his age."
GM by New Connecticut Chap.
Fur. infor New Connecticut Chap.
  ACHOR, JOHN Clinton Co.
    Bur. Smithson Cem., near New Vienna. 
Fur info George Clinton Chap.
  ACKERMAN, JOHN Knox Co.
    Pvt. Br 1757, Bergen Co., NJ.
Mar: 1st wife (no date).
2nd wife: Amy Barton Roberts (a widow) Feb. 1803.
Children:
  Catherine b. 1803
  John Jr b. 1805,
  Abraham b. 1808,
  Mary b. 1810
D Sep 8, 1841, Knox Co., Middlebury Twp.
Bur. in North Fork Cem in the western part of the county
MI: "John Ackerman died Sept. 8, 1841, aged 83 yrs, 9 mos, 16 da.  A soldier 1776."
Pioneer settler.  A farmer.
Ref: Wm. Ackerman, Mt Vernon, O.
Fur infor Mt Gilead and Kokosing Chaps.
 
  ADAIR, JAMES Mahoning Co.
    Pvt. Third Bn, NJ.  Br 140.
Mar. Mary McCord (1744-1824).
Children:
  William, James, Alexander.
D. 1816.
Bur. Presbyterian Cem., Poland, O.
GM by D. A. R. in 1915-17.
Ref: N. J. Men in the Rev. p. 485; p. 59 Vol 2, History of Trumbull and Mahoning Cos.
Natl No. 51982 D. A. R. Lin.
Mrs. J. Craig Smith, descendant.
Fur infor Mahoning Chap.
  ADAMS, ABRAHAM Delaware Co.
    Sgt. in Sussex Co., NJ.
Mil Br 1755 Sussex Co., NJ.
D. 1822 Delaware Co., O
Natl. No. 96327, Vol. 97, p. 103 D. A. R. Lin.
Fur infor Delaware Chap.
  ADAMS, ASAHEL Trumble Co.
    Enl. fr. Norwich, Conn in 1775, 7th Regt. Continental Line May 5, 1777.
Gransferred to "The Guards" Apr. 1, 1778 and served to close of war.
Disch. May 5, 1781.
With Washington at Valley Forge, crossing Delaware river and Trenton battle.
Br Sept. 13, 1754 at Canterbury, Conn.
Parents:  Phineas and Lydia Fitch Adams.
Mar. Olive Avery 1779, (bur at his side)
Children:
  Elizabeth,
  David Augustus,
  Asael,
  Francis Ursula
  Susan,
  Mason,
  Olive,
  Jay,
  Adeline
  Phineas.
D. May 25, 1821, Girard, O.
Bur. Miami Cem. Liberty Twp.
MI: "Asahel Adams formerly of Canterbury, Conn.
Died 5/25/1821, aged 66 yrs."
GM by family.
Ref: Fred Adams, Warren, O.  (S. A. R. on this line).
Fur infor Mary Chesney Chap,
  ADAMS, DAVID Delaware Co.
    Pvt. under Col. Seward, Capt. Benj. Kirkendall, NJ Tr.
Bur in Harlem Twp.
Pensioned
Fur infor Delaware Chap.
  ADAMS, ELIJAH Licking Co.
    Enl. at Enfield, Conn., May 1, 1775 as Pvt. in Capt. Hezekiah Parson's Company, Col. Inman's Regt; also Col. Motto's Regt.  Was detached as a marine with Capt. Murison on a row galley on Lake Champlain, where he was captured, but shortly after was released on parole.
On June 1, 1782 he enl. as Sgt. in Col. Willet's Regt. in New York.
Br 1755 in Conn.
Mar. Sarah Vailes, Feb. 11, 1798, Otsego, NY.
D. Dec. 7, 1843 Monroe Tp.,
MI: "Rev. War"
GM by Hetuck Chap. in 1910.
Ref: Hist. of Licking county by E. M. Brister.
Fur infor Hetuck Camp
  ADAMS, GEORGE Darke Co.
    Served as drummer boy in Capt. Finley's Company, Pa Line in the Rev. 
Also served as an Indian spy under St. Clair, and a coat worn by him is in the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.  A Maj. in Mil at beginning of 1812 and commanded Ft. Green.
Br Oct. 26, 1767 in Pa.
Mar. Elizabeth Ellis, Ft. Washington (now Cincinnati).
Children:
  Elizabeth Adams Worley (first white female child born in Cincinnati.)
D. Nov. 28, 1832.
Bur. in Martin Cem., 3 miles east of Greenville, Adams Twp. near Bears Mills, formerly Adams Mill, bilt by him on land given him by the government.
MI: Name, date of birth and age.
His wife was a dau. of Gen. and Elizabeth Ellis.
Ref: Ohio Archaeological and Hist. Society, Vol. 22, p. 522.
Fur infor Fort Greenville Chap., and S. A. R. of Dayton.
  ADAMS, JOHN Coshocton Co.
    Died at West Bedford
Fur infor Mrs. Augustus Ripple, member Coshocton Chap.
  ADAMS, MOSES Portage Co.
    Pvt. in Conn Continental LIne.  Placed on pens roll Sept. 6, 1819.
Bur in Franklin, O.
Drew Pens at Ravenna, O, in 1840.
Fur infor Old Northwest Chap.
  ADAMS, SAMUEL Cuyahoga Co.
    On Ohio pens roll.
Fur infor Western Reserve Chap.
  ADAMS, THOMAS Greene Co.
    Was receiving a pens in 1840 at the age of 83, for military serv thought to be Revolutionary.  Record taken from the census of 1840.
Lived at Xenia, O.  Fur infor Catherine Green Chap.
  ADAMY, HENRY Cuyahoga Co.
    Served as Pvt New York Troops.
D in 1836.
GM by Western Reserve Chap.
     
  ADGATE, JOHN HART Trumbull Co.
    Surgeon.
Br. Sept. 13, 1759.
Parents:  Thomas and Ruth Leffingwell) Adgate. (Mar. Jan. 25/1735).
Mar. Salley Fitch, probably in New London, Conn.
Children:  John, James, Charles, Ulises, Salley, Hoover, Bolinda, Leviett, Caroline, Anna.
D. Apr. 23, 1809, Warren, O.
Bur. Old Cem., Mahoning Ave. in family lot.
Monument in good order.
MI: John Hart Adgate.
Born: 1759.
Died 1809.
GM by family.
Name also on monument erected in Old Cem. for Revolutionary Soldiers.
Ref: Family Hist. in possession of Adgate family still living in Warren.
Fur. infor. Mary Chesney Chap.
  AGARD, JOHN Portage Co.
    Lived at Brimfield.
Drew pens at age of 78 yrs.
Fur infor Old Northwest Chap.
  ALBAN, GEORGE Jefferson Co.
     
  ALBAUGHT, ZACHARIAH Licking Co.
     
  ALBIN, JOHN Clark Co.
    Br. 1740, Virginia.
Ch: William, Gabriel, John, Joseph, Sarah.
D. 1820, Clark Co.
Bur. Ebenezer, 5 miles south on Yellow Springs pike, southeast corner.
MI: Name, date of death.
GM by family monument.
Came to Ohio at close of war.
A farmer.
Ref.: Family records.
Fur. infor. Lagonda Chap.
  ALDEN, DAVID Geauga Co.
    Pvt. Mass State Mil.
Enl. 1780 in Capt. Isaac Pope's Company.
Br. 1759.  Williamsfield, Mass.
Parents: David and Lucy (Thomas) Alden.
Mar. 1783 Susanna Ward
Children:
  Ezra,
  Lucy,
  Chandler,
  Mary,
  Lydia,
  Enoch,
  Susanna,
  Hannah,
  Susanna,
  Hannah,
  Sarah,
  Wheeler.
D. Jan. 8, 1843.
Bur. Middlefield, O. cemetery, on lot of son Enoch Alden, which has monument.
MI:

David Alden, died Jan. 8, 1843, 84 years.'
GM by family.
Farmer.
Descendant of John Alden of Plymouth.
National number of Revolutionary Soldier in D. A. R. Honor Roll 21065, 14575.
Ref: 90269, Vol. 91, p 88 D. A. R. Lin.
Fur. infor. Taylor Chap.

  ALDRED HENRY Adams Co.
    Br in Germany, date unknown.
D in 1835.
Bur McColm cemetery on Brush Creek.
Was one of the first settlers on Brush Creek.
Fur Infor Cycamore Chap.
  ALEXANDER, JAMES Belmont Co.
    Br. 1733, Campbellton, Scotland.
Mar. Margaret Wilson.
Margaret Ross, 2nd wife,
Children:
  Jane,
  Margaret,
  James,
  Andrew,
  Nancy,
  Mary,
  John,
  Robert,
  Peter,
  Jenetta,
  Thomas,
  Elizabeth.
D. May 9, 1817 Belmont Co., O.
Bur. Scotch Ridge, near Martins Ferry, O.
A farmer.
Ref: Mrs. Minteer, New Concord,O.
Fur. infor.  Wheeling, W. Va.
Chap. by Mrs. A. L. McFarland, St. Clairsville, O.
  ALEXANDER, JOSEPH Harrison Co.
    Served as a member of Capt. Eleazer Williamson's company in 3rd Bn. Washington Co., Pa.
Mil. 1782-84.
Br. 1752.
Mar. Elizabeth ___ (1762-1833)
D. 1830.
Bur. in Cadiz Old graveyard.
Ref: Pa. Archives, 6th series, II, 124.
Fur. infor. Moravian Trail Chap.
  ALEXANDER, MARGARET CLARKE Belmont Co.
    Received into her home and nursed back to health for soldiers sick with fever.
Br. 1743 in Scotland.
Mar. James Ross.
D. 1809 in Belmont Co., O.
Ref: Natl. No. 99898, Vol. 100, p. 279, D. A R. Lin.
  ALEY, ABRAHAM Greene Co.
    Br. Miami City, O.
Buried in Aley Churchyard.
Ref: Robinson's History of Green County.
Fur. infor. Catherine Greene Chap.
  ALFORD BENEDICT Geauga Co.
    Pvt. 1776 Capt. Prevr's Company, Conn.
Tr. 1777.
Capt. Fassett's Company, Col. Stafford's Regt. 1780.  Sgt. in charge of guarding prisoners, Capt. Clark's Company of Mass Mil.
Br. Mch. 13, 1757, Windsor, Conn.
Parents:  Benedict and Jerusha (Ashley) alford.
Mar. Huldah ___.
Children:
  Annie,
  Benedict.
D. Feb. 25, 1838, Welshfield, O.
Bur. North of Pope's Corners, Welshfield, O.
MI: "Benedict Arnold died Feb. 25, 1835 aged 82."
Came to Welshfield, Troy Twp., O. 1835.
Ref: Ancient Windsor Record Vol. 2, p. 615.
Pioneer Hist. Geagu Co. Natl. No. in D. A. R.
Honor Roll 75674.
Fur. infor. Taylor Chap.
  ALFORD, ELIJAH Portage Co.
    Lived at Windham.
Drew pension.
Fur. infor. Old Northwest Chap.
  ALLBERRY, JOHN Licking Co.
    Has an authentic record which was investigated by Granville Chap. and verified by War records.
Bur. in Universalist cem., Jersey Twp., Licking Co.
Fur. infor. Granville Chap.
  ALLEN, ADAM Fayette Co.
    Pvt.
Volunteered from Pa., later Washington's Aide.
Br. 1754, Pa.
Mar. Nancy ____ (2nd wife)
Children:
  Elizabeth,
  William,
  Adam,
  Ethan,
  Aaron,
  Betsy,
  Sarah.
D. Aug. 27, 1851, near Milledgeville.
Bur. Coons Cem. on Jamestown Pike in old part
MI: "Adam Allen a soldier of Revolution, entering Army of Washington in 1776.  Fought at Monmouth and Brandywine."
GM by family, 1852.
A farmer.
Ref: Natl. No. 109696.
Fur. infor. Washington Court House Chap.
  ALLEN, ELIHU Ashtabula Co.
    Enl. Aug. 4, 1778, Capt. Olcott's Company, Col. Chapman's Reg. Conn. Mil.
Disch. Sept. 21.
Enl. July 23 in Col. Webb's 2nd Regt. 1780, Connecticut Line.
Disch. Dec. 13.
Br. 1764.
D. 1836, Wayne Twp., Ashtabula Co.
Bur. Roberts Cem., Wayne.
Ref.: Connecticut Men in the Revolution.
Fur. infor. Mary Stanley Chap.
  ALLEN, JACOB Hamilton Co.
    Pvt in N. J. Militia.
Br 1760, Essex Co., N J
D 1840, Cincinnati, O.
Ref: Natl No. 94374, Vol 95, p 121, D. A. R. Lin.
  ALLEN, JOHN Trumbull Co.
    Bur. Soaptown, Lordstown Twp., southeast of Lordstown.  Administrator of estate ordered July 1843.  Did not locate this grave.
Name given in Yr Bk of S. A. R.
Fur infor Mary Chesney Chap.
  ALLEN, JOSIAH Harrison Co.
    Served as a ranger of the frontier in Richard Johnston's Company.
Br. Jan. 17, 1761, Chester Co., Pa.
Parents:  David and Susannah (White) Allen.
mar. Susannah Dickerson in 1798.
Children:
  Susannah,
  Nancy,
  Elizabeth,
  John,
  George,
  Joshua,
  David.
D. Dec. 28, 1842, Harrison Co., O.
Bur. Dickerson Churchyard about 3 miles from Cadiz.
MI: "Josiah Allen, Sr. d. Dec. 28, 1842; 81 years."
GM by son David, stone slab, prior to 1847.
Moved to Harrision county in 1818.
A farmer.
Pa Archives.
Fur. infor. Moravian Trail Chap.
  ALLEN, SILAS Fairfield Co.
    The 1780 aptd Surgeon in Conn Troops.
Br 1754, Canterbury, Conn.
Mar Mary Cleveland in 1776
D 1825, Royalton, O.
Natl No. 75447, Vol. 76, D. A. R. Lin.
  ALLEN, WILLIAM Greene Co.
    1781 a Pvt. in Capt. George Sharp's Company, Washington Co., Pa. Mil.
Br. 1750, Meadville, Pa.
Mar. Susan Ruckman.
D. 1822, Xenia, O.
Ref: Natl. No. 79808, Vol. 80, D. A. R. Lin.
  ALLERTON, JOHN Mahoning Co.
    Pvt. in State Troops N. J.  Mil.
Br. 1763.
Bur. in Mahoning Co.
Ref: N. J.
Men of the Revolution, p. 488.
For. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  ALLIS, MOSES Lorain Co.
    Pensioned for service as Sgt. Mass Continental Line (Lorain Co.) 1834.
Br. 1754, Mass.
Mar. Anna _____.
D. 1843, Laporte, O.
Natl. No. 78258, Vol. 79, D. A. R. Lin.
  ALLISON, RICHARD Clermont Co.
    Served throughout Rev. under Gen. St. Clair.
Br. 1744, Goshen, Orange Co., N. Y.
Mar. Apr. 1794 at Ft. Washington (Cincinnati), O. to Rebecca, dau. of Col. Strong of U. S. Army.
D. Mch. 22, 1816.  Southwest part Stonelick Twp., Clermont Co.
Graduated 1776 from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
Entered army 1777 as Surgeon.
After war practiced in Philadelphia till 1788 when made Surgeon-General of Northwest, serving under Harmar, St. Clair and Wayne.
Was first physician in Cincinnati, O. and one of the most noted of his time - known over all U. S.
Ref: A. S. Abbott, Bethel, O.
Fur. infor. Cincinnati Chapt.
  ALLISON, RICHARD Hamilton Co.
    Br. 1768, Pennsylvania.
D. 1816.
Ref: S. A. R.
Fur. infor. Cincinnati Chap.
  ALLISON, WILLIAM Pickaway Co.
    Br. 1748 (supposed to be in Va.).
Mar. Miss Robertson in Va.
Children:  The only one we have record of the Dorcas Allison who on Sept. 3, 1811 mar. John Mills of Augusta, Va.
Bur. south end of cemetery.
MI: "Soldier Pt. Pleasant nad American Revolution.
William Allison died Aug. 15, 1825 in the 75th year of his age."
The grave stone was made of Free Stone and is in fair shape.
GM re-marked by Dr. Edward C. Mills, Columbus, O.
Was a soldier in Andrew Lewis' Army of Virginians who on Oct. 10, 1774 won the battle of Pt. Pleasant, Va. and marched with Lewis' army to join John Murry's army Camp Charlotte on Scippo Creek about 4 miles from its mouth in the Scioto river, in what is now Pickaway Co., O.
Afterwards served in the war of the Revolution.
Fur. infor. Mt. Sterling Chap.
  ALLYN, NATHAN (County not stated)
    Seaman on board privateer "Marquis de LaFayette."
Br. 1740, Groton, Conn.
D 1814 in Ohio
Natl No. 99265, D. A. R. Lin.
  ALSPAUGH, JOHN Fairfield Co.
    Bur in Betzor Churchyard.
Fur infor Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chap.
  ALSPAUGH, MICHAEL Fairfield Co.
    Bur in Betzor churchyard
Fur infor Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chap.
  ALSTON, (or Allston), THOMAS Hamilton Co.
    Ensign 1780, 7th Company, 1st Regt., Middlesex Co., N. J. Mil.
Br. 1753, N. J.
Mar. Rebecca Brown.
One child was named Wallis.
D. 1833 in Ohio.
(No Natl. No. 50459, Vol. 51, D. A. R. Lin.
Ref: Mrs. R. A. Alberts, Cincinnati, O.
Fur. infor. Cincinnati Chap.
  ALTMAN, WILLIAM Columbiana Co.
    Bur in Fairfield Cem., Columbiana Co., O.
Lived in Fairfield Twp, Columbiana Co.
Fur infor Bethia Southwick Chap.
  AMES, MORDECAI Harrison Co.
    A Revolutionary pensioner living in North Twp, 1840, aged 90.
U. S. Pens Rolls, 1940.
Fur infor Moravian Trail Chap.
  AMES, STEPHEN Lake Co.
    Enl. in 1778 for three years, or the war, in Col Cilley's Regt.
Br 1739, Hollis, N. H. 
One child was Jeremiah.
D Nov. 2, 1825, South Kirtland, O and buried there.
G M by New Connecticut Chap.  Selectman of Hollis, N. H., Treasurer of Kirtland twp. fr Jan. 5, 1818.
Fur infor New Connecticut Chap.
  AMRINE, ABRAHAM Union Co.
    Pvt. Ranger on frontier.
Br. June 1, 1761, Bedford Co., Pa.
Mar. Mary Wolford June 25, 1785.
Children:
  John,
  Henry Andrew,
  Moses,
  Frederick,
  Jeremiah,
  Abraham 2nd,
  Susannah.
D. Nov. 14, 1849, Union Co., O.
Bur. Amrine Cem., Paris Twp.
GM by family.
He moved from Pa to Belmont Co., O. in 1801 and in 1817 Record of War Dept. Pa. Archives.
Mrs. James R. Marker, No. 156227;
Mrs. James E. Hall, No. 237038.
Acceping this inform Jane Dailey, State Chairman.
  AMRINE, ADRIAN Union Co.
    Bur. in Amrine Cem., Paris Twp.
Fur. infor. Hannah Emerson Dustin Chap.
  AMSDEN, ABRAHAM Ashtabula Co.
    Pvt. Capt. Farwell's Company, Mass. Mil.
Bur. 1752, Southboro, Mass.
D. Natl. No. 32679.
Vol. 33, p. 229, D. A. R. Lin.
  ANDERSON, AUGUSTINE Morgan Co.
    Ensign Spencer's Additional Continental Regt. in 1777.
Pensioned Lieutenant 1818.
Br. 1750, N. J.
D. 1834, Morgan Co. O. aged 84.
Natl. No. 12173. Vol. 13, p. 65, D. A. R. Lin.
  ANDERSON, ISAAC Butler Co.
    Br. Sept. 15, 1757, Ireland.
Mar. Euphemia Morehead.
D. Dec. 18, 1809, Venice, Butler Co., O. (other authentic data says 1839.)
Natl. No. 43433, Vol. 44, p. 165.
Fur. infor. John Reilly and Cincinnati Chaps.
  ANDERSON, JAMES Highland Co.
    Pvt. Br. Mch. 25, 1763, Chester Co., Pa.
Mar. "Rachel Hopkins, May 2, 1801, Montgomery Co., Md.
Twelve children.
  Philip Anderson, a son, living in Marshall Twp., Highland Co., O. in 1853 aged about 49 yrs.
D. Sept. 6, 1850 in Highland Co., O." (from pension certificate of James Anderson).
Bur. in country graveyard near Belfast, O.
Fur. infor.  Waw-Wil-a-Way Chap.
  ANDERSON, LEWIS Warren Co.
    Served as "minute man."
Enl. in Capt. John Schenck's Company, Col. Nathaniel Heard;  re-enlisted under Capt. Peter Gordon, Col. David Forman, 1776; taken prisoner at Kings Bridge.
Br. 1757, Monmouth Co., N. J.
Mar. Jane Gaston. (see No. 722111 D. A. R.)
D. Mch. 1838, Carlisle, O.
Bur. Old Baptist graveyard, near Carlisle, Warren Co. O.
Came in 1832 to live with sons
  William,
  James and
  Kenneth at Carlisle.
Pensioned 1833 for three years actual service.
Pvt. in N. J. line.
Descendant: Gertrude Anderson, Franklin, O. who furnished this information to Jane Daily, State Chairman.
Natl. No. 42242, Vol. 43, p. 93, D. A. R. Lin.
  ANDERSON, ROBERT Butler Co.
    Name appears on the tablet erected at Hamilton, O. on the site of Fort Hamilton, as a Revolutionary soldier of that county.
Fur. Infor. John Reily Chapt. (Unidentified by Chap.)
  ANDERSON, THOMAS Mahoning Co.
    Pvt. Capt. Well's Company, Col. Well's Regt.
Enl. for nine mos., July 12, 1779,
Disch. 1780.
Received at Springfield, July 19, 1779.
Age 17 years, stature 5 ft. 6 in.
Said (by Baldwin) to be buried in Oak Hill; Youngstown.
Settled in Mahoning Co., early in1800.
Ref: Trumbull and Mahoning Co.
History, Vol. II, p. 90, Fur. Infor. Mahoning Chap.
  ANDERSON, WILLIAM Ashland Co.
    Pvt. in Rev.
Br. 1769, Lancaster Co., Pa.
D. Feb. 2, 1847, Ashland Co., O.
Bur. in Ashland Cem. in oldest section.
MI: "In memory of William Anderson, who died February, 1847, aged 78 years"
GM by Sarah Copus Chap.
D. A. R. on Memorial Day, 1923.
A farmer.
Fur. infor. Sarah Copus Chap.
  ANDERSON, WILLIAM Trumbull Co.
    Br. 1743.
D. Jan. 18, 1837 and bur. in Old Cemetery, Mahoning Ave., Warren, O.
MI: "In memory of William Anderson, d. Jan. 18, 1837, aged 94 yrs."
GM: very old stone, carving nearly obliterated.  At foot of grave new stone erected by George Anderson.
Fur. infor. Mary Chesney Chap.
  ANDREW, JOHN Hamilton Co.
    Br 1744, New Jersey
D 1816
Rev: S. A. R.
Fur infor Cincinnati Chap.
  ANDREW, JOHN Jefferson Co.
    Bur Annapolis, Jefferson Co., O.
Fur infor Steubenville Chap.
  ANDREWS, HUGH Montgomery Co.
    Pa. Archives, Vol. 7, p. 957.
Associators and Mil. Company of Capt. James McCreight, 9th Bn., Lancaster Co., Mil. in 1782.  Also commander of a Light Horse Company; 6th series, Vols. 4 & 5.  Capt. in Dauphin Co., Mil. Rolls dated Dec. 29, 1792 and Dec. 13, 1793.
Br. Aug. 31, 1762, Hanover Twp., Dauphin Co.
Parents:  James and Jane (Strain) Andrews.
Mar. 1st ____ Spear, of Hanover Twp., Lebanon Co., Pa.
2nd Elizabeth Ainsworth, in Hanover Twp., Lebanon Co.
Children:
  1st wife:
  John,
  Isabelle,
  Margaret
 - all lived and died in Logan Co., O.
  2nd wife:
  Nancy,
  James,
  Hugh,
  Samuel Ainsworth,
  Eliza.
D. May, 1811, Dayton.
Bur. in old Presbyterian Church burying ground, and the remains were not moved when the ground was abandoned.
Came to Ohio, prospecting in 1797, by boat to Cincinnati, thence through the woods to Dayton.
He brought his family in 1804.
His father, James Andrews, was a private in Capt.
pg. 18 - ANDRUS, DAVID Ashtabula Co.
    Pvt under Capt. Ebenezer Brewster 1775.
Enl. Jan 1, 1781, term of War, from Southington, Conn, as fifer.
Name appears on the roll fo Capt Robinson's Company, Col Swift's 2nd Regt, Conn Line Feb. 1, 1783.
Br 1756 at Granby, Conn.
Mar. Abigail McDonald
D 1849, East Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., O
Bur East Trumbull
Grave Sunken and stone gone.
Ref.: Connecticut Men in the Revolution, Lin Bk, Vol. 41.
Fur infor Mary Stanley Chap.
  ANTHONY, GEORGE Jackson Co.
    D Aug 16, 1833
(Ancestor of the Coal Twp Anthonys.)
Mar Elizabeth Redd Feb 2, 1833.
Fur infor Cap John James Chap.
  ANTISEL, SILAS Lake Co.
    From Willingon he served in the Lexington Alarm in the Revolutionary War in Capt. Heath's Company in Apr. 1775.
Br. 1749, Norwich, Conn.
Parents: Lawrence and Mary (Armstrong) Antisel.
Mar. Maria Bethiah Curtis, May 4, 1775
Children:
  Curtis,
  Thomas,
  Peres,
  Lawrence,
  Silas,
  Thankful,
  Sarah,
  Hannah,
  Betsy,
  Bethiah.
D. Sept. 13, 1817, Madison, O.
Bur. on his farm located on the South Ridge, Madison, O.
GM New Connecticut Chap.
Ref: Natl. No. 60223. Vol. 61, p. 74, D. A. R. Lin.
Fur. infor. New Connecticut Chap.
  APPLEGATE, BENJAMIN Mahoning Co.
    Ranger in Thomas Moore's Company in Westmoreland Co., Pa.
Bur. in Mahoning Co.
Came from Westmoreland Co., Pa.
A farmer.
Ref: Pa. Archives, Series III, Vol. 23, pp. 224-322.
Trumbull and Mahoning Cos. Vol. 1, p. 48.
Fur. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  APPLEGATE, JAMES Trumbull Co.
    Mar. Mary _____.
D. Mch. 20, 1820.
Bur. Seceeders Corner Churchyard. Liberty Twp.
MI: "Died Mch. 20, 1820.  James Applegate."
Came from Allegheny City to Youngstown, 1800.
Ref.: Pa. Archives, Series III, Vol. 23, pp. 233, 236, 354; Mahoning and Trumbull Co. Co. History, pp. 363-482.
Historical Library, Cleveland, Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Trumbull Co.
Fur. infor. Mary Chesney and Mahoning Chaps.
  APPLEGATE, JOSEPH Mahoning Co.
    Teamster in New Jersey.
Pensioned in 1834.
Br. in 1753.
Bur. in Mahoning Co.
Came to Youngstown from New Jersey.
A farmer.
Ref: Old deeds in court house, Vol. A.  New Jersey Men of the Revolution, p. 858.
Fur. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  APPLEGATE, ZEBULON Clermont Co.
    Enl. as Pvt., 1776, Capts. Perrin, Hulick and Vorheis.
Br. January, 1755, Middlesex Co., N> J.
Mar. Rebecca McCandless in Campbell Co., Ky.
Children:
  Lydia,
  Zebulon,
  Nathaniel,
  Mary Glover,
  Nathan Loveberry,
  Julia Ann,
  Ruth Rowley,
  Susannah P. and
  Hannah D.
D. Oct. 20, 1840.
At the age of 86 he was residing in New Richmond, when receiving pens in 1840 (From Census of Pensioners of Revolutionary Soldiers).
Fur. infor. by .A. S. Abbott, Bethel, O., to Blanchester Chap.
  ARCHBOLD, THOMAS Harrison Co.
    A Revolutionary pensioner living in Harrison Co., in 1833, aged 80; served in Westmoreland Co. Mil.
U. S. Pension Rolls, 1835;
Pa. Archives, 5th IV, 428.
Fur. infor. Moravian Trail Chap.
pg. 19 - ARMSTRONG, ABEL (Co. not stated.)
    Pvt. in Capt. John McGuire's Company, Col. William Grayson's Va. Regt., Continental Line.
Br. 1758 in Virginia.
D. 1837 in Ohio.
Fur. infor. Natl No. 86161, Vol. 87, p. 50, D. A. R. Lin.
  ARMSTRONG, DANIEL Mahoning Co.
    Ranger in frontier 1778-1783, Northampton Co. Pa. Archives, Series 5, Vol. VIII, p. 684; Series III Vol. 23, p. 196.
Br. 1747, Lawrence Co.
Mar. Salley Harris (b. 1760), d. 1816).
Children:
  Thomas,
  George,
  David,
  Rebecca,
  Polly,
  Roland,
  Archibald,
  Samuel (mar. Jane Ervin),
  Betsey Ann.
Grave not located, but he lived in Canfield, probably buried there.
Came to Ohio from Northampton Co., Pa. with Samuel Everett.
Dr. Trusdale's History of Canfield in Mahoning Dispatch 1895-96-97-98.  History of Trumbull and Mahoning Cos., Vol. II, p. 177.
Fur. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  ARMSTRONG, GEORGE Sandusky Co.
    Dec. 25, 1776, 2 mos., Sgt. Capt. James Gibson; 1178-2 mos., Pvt. Capt. Robert Matier; 1780, 2 mos.
Pvt. Capt. Hurl.
Residence at enlistment Juniata, Pa.
Application for pension Sept. 28/1832.  Allowed.
Residence at application, Benton, Yates Co., NY.
Age at date of application, 71.
GM by L. M. Kelley, Commissioner.
Fur. infor. Col. George Croghan Chap.
  ARMSTRONG, JOHN, CAPT. Butler Co.
    Name appears on tablet in the Soldiers and Sailors monument at Hamilton, and supposed to be buried in Butler county. 
Fur. infor. John Reily Chap.
  ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM Columbiana Co.
    Lived in Elk Run Twp., Columbiana Co, O.
Fur infor Bethia Southwick Chap.
  ARNER, HENRY Mahoning Co.
    Pvt. 8th class, 3rd Bn., Northampton Co. Regt. Mil. 1778.
Children:
  Jacob,
  John (mar. Susan, had ten children),
  Phillip (br. Oct. 17, 1773),
  David (br. Mch. 3, 1776 or 1778),
  Leonard, settled in NY State,
  Elizabeth (mar. Matthias Lower).
D. 1828 or 1829.
Bur. Old Springfield Cem.  Marker is destroyed.
Came to Mahoning Co. about 1812.  Took up land in Springfield Twp.  Came fr. Northampton Co., Pa.
Farmer.
Ref: Pa Archives Series V., Vol. V., p. 230, and Church and family records.
Fur. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  ARNOLD, NORRIS Ross Co.
    Pvt. in Maryland Mil.
D. in Deerfield Twp.  Ross Co., in 1835-36.
Bur. in graveyard, many years abandoned, on the James M. Reeves farm, three-fourths mile southwest of Clarksburg.
Fur. infor. Nathaniel Massie Chap.
  ARNOLD RICHARD Hamilton Co.
    1776.  Corp.  Col. Hunter, Col. Lacy and Capt. Brooks commanding officers.
Special mention for bravery at Seven Star Tavern, Chester Co., Pa.
Br. 1746, Pa.
D. 1843.
Bur. Family plot Harrison, O. where located after war.
GM No. Dashing Scotch Highlander, grandson of Richard Arnold, Lord of Manor of Bagl__, Dorset Co., England.
Ref:  S. A. R.  Mrs. Mary St. Clair Blackburn, Org.  Regent of Richard Arnold Chap., Washington D. C. who gave above data, verified by Cincinnati Chapt.
pg. 20 - ARNOLD, THOMAS Athens Co.
    Pensioned in 1840, at age of 84 yrs., while residing in Canaan Twp., Athens Co., O.
Br. 1756.
Lived in East Greenwich, Kent Co., RI.
One child was Thomas, Jr. (who mar. Rachel ___).
Bought Northeast quarter Sec. 5, Twp. 5, Range 13, Canaan Twp., on Feb. 7, 1818; sold same to Emory Daniels, Feb. 7, 1828.
(County Surveyors office, Vol. 3, p. 322).
Sold the land he drew in the original allotment of the Ohio Company to David Putnam Mch. 14, 186 (County Records)
Ref: Surveyors office, Athens Co.
Pensioner of 1840.
Accepting this infor. Jane Dailey, St. Chairman.
  ARTHUR, JAMES Clermont Co.
    In 1840 was living in New Richmond Twp., Clermont Co., O.
Age 76.
Drawing pens. for serv.
Br. 1764.
Fur infor. Census of Pensions, 1840.
Copied by State Chairman.
  ARTHUR, JOEL Jackson Co.
    D Sept 15, 1837, aged 69 and is bur in Arthur Graveyard near Clay. 
(Co records give a "Joel Arthur mar Letha Davis Nov. 24, 1838."
Fur infor Capt. John James Chap.
  ASHLEY, WILLIAM Darke Co.
    Capt. Parents:  Thomas and Phoebe (Freeman).
Bur Private cem 1 miles south of Ithaca, (on farm now owned by J. Frazier).
Lived at one time in Massachusetts and was present at Burgoyne's surrender, as a Revolutionary Soldier.
Fur infor Fort Greenville Chap.
  ASHLEY, WILLIAM S. Morrow Co.
    Sgt. 15th Vt. Mil.
Br. 1758, Rochester, Mass.
Mar. Phebe Howe.
D. 1828, Preble Co., O.
Bur. Bloomfield Cem., Morrow Co.
Ref:  Natl. No. 70780, Vol. 71, p. 280.
D. A. R. Lin and A. J. Sipe, Sexton Bloomfield Cem., Marengo, O.
Fur. infor. Mt. Gilead Chap.
Compare with Ref.: Natl. No. 100216, Vol. 101, p. 66, D. A. R.
  ATER, GEORGE (German) Ross Co.
    Served under George Washington in Va.  Pvt.
Br. Dec. 25, 1745, in Germany.
Mar. Mary Boyer, Harper's Ferry, Va. about 1777.
Children:
  Abraham,
  Isaac,
  Jacob,
  Samuel,
  Thomas,
  George,
  William,
  Mary and
  Catherine.
D. Jun. 18, 1820, Deer Creek Twp., Pickaway Co., O., or Deerfield, Ross Co.
Bur. Deerfield Twp., Ross Co., O.  Little Zion Baptist graveyard Ross Co.
MI:  "George Ater born in Germany 1745.
Emigrated to Va. 1765.
Soldier in Revolutionary War.
Settled in Ohio 1799.
Died __ 18, 1820."
GM by funds left by Abraham his son.
By Will.
Monument put up about 1890.
Came to Va 1765, to escape military duty and later came to Ohio and was given title to land at the Ohio Land office at Chillicothe by Gen. Nathaniel Massie who helped divide up to northwest territory in1784.
Records destroyed by fire in 1853, at Chillicothe.
Ref: Mrs. E. M. Ater, Williamsport, Ohio.  R. F. D. 2.
Fur. infor. Mt. Sterling and Nathaniel Massie Chaps.
  ATHERTON, JAMES Delaware Co.
    Served as a Pvt. in Capt. John Franklin's Company, Sullivan's expedition, 179.
Br. 1751, in Connecticut.
D. 1828, Galena O.
Ref: Natl. No. 50489, Vol. 51, p. 223, D. A. R. Lin.
  ATKINS, JOSIAH Ashtabula Co.
    Enlisted July 10, 1775 in the 6th Company, 7th Regt. Continental Regts.  Capt. Chapman. Col. Webb.  Served in several enlistments as Sgt.  Was pensioner, Act. 1818 in Ohio.
Born 1757 Middleton, Conn.
Married Mary Gillett, 2nd wife.
Children: Quintus F., one Josiah, 3rd son and 6th child erected his monument.
Died 1828, Jefferson, Ashtabula Co., O.
Buried Oakdale, Jefferson, Ashtabula Co.
Monument inscription:  Born Nov. 1, 1757, died Aug. 28, 1828 at Conneaut in this county of Ashtabula and there lies buried.
Mary Gillet, his wife."
Reference: Connecticut Men of the Revolution, Vol. 48, Lineage Book.
Further information Mary Stanley and Eunice Grant Chaps.
  ATKINSON, CHARLES Monroe Co.
    Pvt, Capt. McCoy's Company, Cumberland Co, Pa.  Mil. during 1781-1782.
Bur 1760
Mar second wife, Elizabeth Stephen.
Br 1769.
D 1841.
Ref: Mrs. Edna Quick Acomb, Nelsonville.
Tombstone standing.
Fur infor by Elizabeth Zane Dew Chap.
  ATWATER Summit Co.
    Indications point to serv as Revolutionary Soldier, but none found as yet (1928).
Bur Coventry.
Fur infor Cuyahoga Portage Chap and Record of Soldiers
  ATWATER, KALEB Mahoning Co.
    Continental Line.
Enl. July 25, 1779.
Disch Jan. 15, 1780.
Birthplace unknown.
D and bur Mahoning Co.
Came fr Wallingford, Conn. to Mahoning Co., 1796.
Ref: Conn men of the Rev, p 165.
Fur infor Mahoning Chap
  ATWOOD, ICHABOD Mahoning Co.
    Pvt. Capt. Churchell's Company, Ebenezer White's Regt.  Marched Aug. 1, 1780,
Disch. Aug. 9, 1780.  Serv 9 days.  Mass Men of the Rev., p. 343.
Bur. Canfield Village Cem., Canfield, O.
He came to Ohio in 1799.  Bought a sawmill of John Scovill, completed it and ran it in 1802.
Ref: Hist. of Mahoning Co. by Butler, Vol. 1, p. 669.
Fur. infor. Mahoning Chap.
  AUSTIN, ANDREW Portage Co.
    Enl. as a Pvt in 1776, Served 11 mos.; 1777 3 mos.; 1778 e mos.; 1779, 3 mos.; 1780, 3 mos.  Engaged in battle of Trenton.
Br. Aug. 11, 1751, Suffield, Conn.
Mar. Mary Griswold, in 1775.
Children:
  Horace,
  Amos,
  Charles,
  Homer,
  Sophia.
D. De.c 11, 1838, Ravenna, O.
Bur. Charlestown, O.
Pens. applied for Aug. 27, 1832.  Allowed.
Ref: Bureau of Pensions and Natl. No. 779970, Vol. 78, D. A. R. Lin.
Fur. infor. Old Northwest Chap.
  AUSTIN, ELIPHALET Ashtabula Co.
    Conn. State Tr. Marched June 12, disch. Aug. 3.  Enlist May 26, 1777, Conn Line 8th Regt., Col. Chandler, Capt. Munson's Company, 8 mos.  Disch. Jan. 1, 1778.  Capt. Seymour's Company.
Br. 1761, New Hartford, Conn.
Mar. Sibyl Dudley.
Children:
  Betsy,
  Chloe,
  Florilla,
  Sophia,
  Sibyl,
  Eliphalet.
D. 1828, Austinburg.
Bur. Austinburg.
Ref: Conn. Men in the Rev.
Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve.
See Vol. 12, p. 131.  D. A. R. Lin.  Mary Stanley Chapt.
  AUSTIN, NATHANIEL Ashtabula Co.
    Served in the Mil. under Gen. Gates.  To the Northward 1777.  Was wounded at Stillwater.  Was on the Pens Roll of Ashtabula Co., O. 1831, for services in the Conn Continental Line.
Br. 1752, Torrington, Conn.
Mar. Annie Bidwell.
D. 1844, Austinburg.
Bur. Austinburg; center of the town.
Ref.:  Conn Men in the Rev; Lin Bk, Vol. 48.
Fur Infor. Mary Stanley Chap.
pg. 22 - AUTEN, THOMAS Hamilton Co.
    Served in Capt. John Sebring's Company, 1st Bn. Somerset Co., N. J. also Capt. Vroom's Company, 2nd Bn. Somerset Co.
Br. 1759, New Jersey, or 1761.
Mar. Elizabeth Vantule.
Children: Amy (mar. Cornelius Snyder, Jr.)
Revolutionary soldier, settled on farm at Montgomery, Hamilton Co.
D. 1847 or 1849, Pleasant Ridge, O. Hamilton Co.  Settled on farm at Montgomery in 1796.
Date of death not found.
Bur. Montgomery, O.
Ref. S. A. R. and Natl No. 44065, Mrs. Effie Keys, Dayton.
Fur infor. Cincinnati Chapt.
  AYERS, _____ Clermont Co.
    Came fr New Jersey about 1800, and settled near mouth of Boat Run Creek, Monroe Twp., Clermont Co. where he died
Ref: A. S. Abbott, Bethel, O.
Fur infor Cincinnati Chap.

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