Adams County OH

Roll Of Capt. Peter Cooley’s Company

(Probably from Adams County) Served from July 28, until August 28, 1813. Capt. Peter Cooley Sergt. James Heslet Sergt. Nathan Rounsavell Corp. Thomas Bowman Drummer, John Gillman Privates Donaldson, Israel Fetters, Charles Henderson, Thomas Kimble, Elijah Montgomery, Nathaniel Riggs, John Robb, John Smith, William Thomas, Moses Yerden, John

Indian Mounds throughout North America

Charlevoix and Tantiboth speak of Indians who inhabited the region of country around Lake Michigan, who were well skilled in the art of erecting mounds and fortifications, Charlevoix also states that the Wyandots and the Six Nations disinterred their dead and took the bones from their graves where they had lain for several years and carried them to a large …

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Roll Of Lieut. Daniel Coe’s Company

(Probably from Adams County) Served from July 30, until August 29, 1813. Lieut. Daniel Coe Sergt. William Newell Sergt. Mathew Gentree Ensign, Robert Stevers Corp. Jorn Purdon Privates Ballard, Lvman Crusan, Israel Fisher, John Kingan, William Moore, William Newell, Thomas Sames, Stephen Woods, James

Biography of Samuel Brownlee Fisher

Samuel Brownlee Fisher of Parsons, consulting engineer of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad Company, is one of the eminent railway engineers of America. He had had nearly fifty years of active experience and had been identified with the construction of various railway lines in the West and East. He comes of an old Scotch …

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Biography of William Cochran Hall, M. D.

William Cochran Hall, M. D., has lived at Coffeyville nearly thirty years. As a physician and surgeon he has been successful, as is indicated by the numerous professional relations he has enjoyed as physician and surgeon to a large number of the railway companies and other industrial organizations of that section of the state. But …

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Roll Of Capt. John Davidson’s Company

(Probably from Adams County) Served from July 19, until September 8, 1813. Capt. John Davidson Lieut. Andrew McIntire Ensign, Robert Glasgon Ensign, Absalom Kirkpatrick Ensign, James McIntire Ensign, Edward Scott Ensign, James Campbell Corp. James Stockwell Corp Hugh Montgomery Corp. Jacob Sebret Corp. John Wallis Drummer, Jacob Storms Pifer, Andrew Burns Wagoner, John Hayes Privates …

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Roll Of Capt. Zadoc Markland’s Company

(Probably from Adams County) Served from July 28, until August 28, 1813. Capt. Zadoc Markland Lieut. Thomas Lytle Corp. Samuel Naylor Corp. Andrew Ellison Sergt. Allen Pucket Corp. John Baldwin Drummer, Charles Olden Privates Barrett, John Casperson, Tobias Copaz Isaiah Eastburn, Jesse John, Thomas Lovejoy, David Mellow, Henry Miller, William Myers, Abraham Pennecoit, Reuben Raider, …

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Roll Of Lieut. Thomas Collier’s Company

(Probably from Adams County) Served from July 28, until August 21, 1813. Lieut. Thomas Collier Sergt. Matthew Jones Sergt. William Green Corp. James Killing Privates Anderson, Nathaniel Black, Zechariah Burkitt, William Chambers, Elijah Collier, Daniel Daniels, Joseph Davis, John Freeland, Jesse Helterbrand, Daniel McCormick, James Osmon, John Peterson, Thomas Shoup, Henry Stuce, Jacob Thompson, James …

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