2 edition of Revolutionary war soldiers who lived in Gallia County, Ohio found in the catalog.
Revolutionary war soldiers who lived in Gallia County, Ohio
Henrietta C. Evans
by Gallia County Genealogical Society, O.G.S. Chapter in [Gallipolis, Ohio]
Written in English
|Statement||editors, Henrietta C. Evans, Mary P. Wood.|
|Contributions||Wood, Mary P., 1933-|
|LC Classifications||F497.G15 E93 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||86168293|
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While he was born in Hampshire County on , he resided in Ohio by the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Refs: WVAR. Seymour, Felix He was born in England in , but became a resident of Hardy County during the Revolution, and he died in Hampshire County in Feb. Refs: WVAR. Sheets, Veterans of the Revolutionary War in Ohio. – The following heroes are all that are left in this State, of those who fought for our National Independence; and by their ages, we cannot hope they will be with us long: “Amariah Crandall, Lake county, years; J. Farrsad, Cuyahoga county, 95 years; Wm. Jones, Clermont county, 98 years; Adam Link, Crawford county, 99 years; James McDermott
Revolutionary War Soldiers of North and South Carolina. Ohio. Revolutionary War Pensioners Living in the State of Ohio in ; The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio scanned searchable book (at Ancestry/requires payment) Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Military Abstract Card Henry Roush born in Shenandoah Co., Va., died , is buried in the Plants Cemetery on the front toward the river, in Meigs County, Ohio. The Revolutionary Record of Henry Roush as preserved in the State Library of Richmond, Va. contains rolls of companies of troops paid off at Romney early in the Revolutionary War; on page 29 appears the
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Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Includes surname index. Contains brief biographical, and military service sketches of each soldier, including genealogical information of marriage, and children; and listing sources where information was :// Get this from a library.
Revolutionary war soldiers who lived in Gallia County, Ohio. [Henrietta C Evans; Mary P Wood] Gallia County, Ohio Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Lived in Gallia County Source: "The Revolutionary war soldiers who lived in Gallia County Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Who Lived in the State of Ohio", Vol 2, pub by THE STATE SOCIETY DAUGHTERS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION of OHIO (c ?) GALLIA COUNTY Formed from Washington FRENCH COLONY CHAPTER (DAR) Allison Gallia County, Ohio Genealogy and History Military Records Revolutionary War Soldiers who lived in Gallia County Census of Pensioners Civil War News Stories Obituary of Last Gallia County Veteran, Capt J.M.
Gatewood Pensioners Pension Records: Samuel Bostick Jeptha Massie Gallia County, Ohio, soldier discharge book Family History Library Gallia County, Ohio, soldier discharge book, volume 1 WorldCat Military discharges, Family History Library Military discharges, Gallia County, Ohio, ca.
Family History Library Revolutionary War soldiers who lived in Gallia County, Ohio Family History Library This page contains an index to Revolutionary War Soldiers of Warren County, Ohio, compiled by Mary Everhart inwho lived and/or died in Warren County, Ohio.
The book contains much more information on each soldiers listed below such as biographical descriptions and Civil War Families of Gallia County, OGS, Est. was started in Any member of the Gallia County Genealogical Society, OGS Chapter, Inc.
may join by proving his/her descent from a Civil War soldier who either lived in or served in Gallia War/ From: "Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Lived in Gallia County, Ohio," edited by Henrietta C. Evans Revolutionary war soldiers who lived in Gallia County Mary Wood, "Samuel Campbell aged 16 in the fall ofafter the British had marched into Philadelphia and cut off supplies, was fired with ambition to volunteer and obtained the consent of his parents to :// Over soldiers listed in the book.
They all lived or served in Gallia County at one time in their lives. Listings include cemetery, unit, enlistment, discharge, birth, death, remarks as to rank and age of entry. If an obit, it is noted. Remarks about wounded, POW, Book Owned By E-mail; Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Lived In Gallia County: Kathy Jones-Hodges: [email protected]: John Edwards/Elizabeth (Jones) bible: Pat Jones: [email protected]: Coleman Funeral Home, Connie Zeigler: [email protected]: Miller Funeral Home, Book 1 April - March Connie Zeigler: [email protected]://~ohgallia/ The official roster of the soldiers of the American revolution buried in the state of Ohio by Ohio.
Adjutant general's dept. [from old catalog]; Daughters of the American revolution. Ohio. [from old catalog]; Dailey, Jane Frances (Dowd) [from old catalog] REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS WHO HAVE RESIDED IN CLERMONT COUNTY by Leonard W Smith This will be the first of a series of articles concerning Revolutionary War Veterans who at one time lived in Clermont County.
The material is this article has been adapted and/or transcribed from an issue of the Clermont Sun dated ~ohclecgs/newsletter/ IR Aug. 25, – Revolutionary Soldiers in Ohio.
– The following heroes are all that are left in this State, of those who fought for our National Independence; and by their ages, we cannot hope they will be with us long: “Amariah Crandall, Lake county, years; J.
Farrsad, Cuyahoga county, 95 years; Wm. Jones, Clermont county, 98 years; Adam Link, Crawford county, 99 years; James He enlisted in Botetourt County and lived in Greenbrier County, Virginia until when he moved to Gallia County, Ohio.
William married Mary Watts 21 May in Greenbrier County, Virginia. She was born 20 Nov (20 Sept in Maryland) in Greenbrier County, Virginia and died 25 Dec (25 Oct ) in Gallia County, ://:William_Williams_(). Mound Hill Cemetery, also known as Fortification Hill, overlooks Gallipolis, West Virginia and the Ohio River.
The cemetery dates back to and has at least two of the founding French buried there. The plaque on the gates in the cemetery lists the names of thirty Revolutionary soldiers who were buried in Gallia :// Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Harrison County, OH compiled by Harry Liggett ([email protected]) of Akron, OH - June ; Soldier names on a list from the county recorder's office were compared with lists from the Harrison County Genealogical Society published in the Ohio Genealogical Society Report in and with Official Roster 3 of the Daughters of American ~ohharris/ 5 Revolutionary War Pension of William Clark filed in Culpeper County Virginia in states his death date.
6 Hannah Clark appears on the US Census for in Culpeper Virginia. According to tax records at Ross County Auditor’s office, there is a Willis Clark living in Huntington Township, Ross County Ohio inwhich could be the March 4, William Means – Revolutionary War Veteran – father of Thomas Williamson Means, Iron-King.
Col. John Means, a revolutionary war soldier of prominence in the region of South Carolina, moved to Ohio in and settled in Adams :// Get this from a library. Warren County, Ohio, Revolutionary soldiers: who lived and/or died in Warren County.
[Mary M Everhart; Warren County Genealogical Society (Lebanon, Ohio)] An illustration of an open book. Books.
An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "The official roster of the soldiers of the American revolution buried in the state of Ohio". InTennessee became part of the Territory South of the Ohio River, and in was granted statehood.
After the War, hundreds more Revolutionary War veterans streamed into Tennessee, their total number unknown, but with over 2, known ↑Ohio Historical Society. The Ohio Surname at FHL film (first of 64 films) ↑ Adams, Marilyn, comp. Ohio Local and Family History Sources in Print (Clarkston, Georgia: Heritage Research, ) At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL book H23o ↑ Filby, P.
William. A Bibliography of American County Histories (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, )Gallia Co., Ohio pensioners were listed on page 3.
Treasury Depatrment Ledger of Final Payments Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Lived In Gallia County, Ohio, Editors: Henrietta C. Evans/Mary P. Wood; Gallia County Genealogical Society, ~viers/genealogy/