Fairfield County OH

Biographical Sketch of Albert R. Teachout

Teachout, Albert R.; mnfr. and merchant; born, Royalton, O., June, 12, 1852; son of Abraham and Julia Ann Tousley Teachout; educated, public schools and Hiram College; married, Bridgeport, Conn., Dec. 17, 1873, Sarah Parmly; issue, Kate P., Albert R., Jr., and David William; associated with his father in the mercantile business in Cleveland in the …

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Roll Of Capt. David Ewing’s Company

(From Fairfield County). Served from April 8, until July 16, 1813. Capt. David Ewing Lieut. Thomas Ewing Ensign, John Burton Sergt. Nathaniel Reed Sergt. William Springer Sergt. George Carpenter Sergt. John Abrams Corp. George Hollenback Corp. John Rees Corp. George Rodabough Corp. Jacob Eversol Drummer, John Beaver. Privates Connkle, Adam Culps, Jacob Cunningham, Daniel Foster, …

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Biographical Sketch of Robert B. Mitchell, Gen.

Gen. Robert B. Mitchell was a soldier of the Mexican war from Ohio, a leading figure of Kansas territorial days, one of the ablest officers of the Oivil war representing the Union army of the state, and finally governor of the Territory of New Mexico. He was born in Richland County, Ohio, April 4, 1823; …

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Roll Of Capt. Richard Hooker’s Company

(Probably from Franklin and Fairfield Counties.) Served from May 7, until September 5, 1813. Capt. Richard Hooker Lieut. Valentine Raber Cornet, James Reed Sergt. Joseph Hodges Sergt. Robert Wilson Sergt. Moses Sowers Sergt. George Harrison Corp. Abraham Middlesworth Corp. Thomas Duddleson Corp. Arthur Stotts Corp. Abraham Cole Trumpeter, Joseph Wright Privates Busbee, George Busbee, John …

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Roll Of Capt. George Sanderson’s Company

(Fairfield County) Served from April 13, 1812, for one year. Capt. George Sanderson Lieut. David McCabe Ensign, Isaac Larrimer Sergt. John VanMetre Sergt. John Smith Sergt Isaac Painter or Winter Sergt. James Larimer Corp. Robert Cunningham Corp. Daniel Hutson or Hudson Corp. James White Corp. William Wallace Corp. Daniel Huston Privates Baker, Daniel Baker, George …

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Roll Of Capt. Adam Binckley’s Company

(From Perry and Fairfield Counties) Served from June 1, until August 12, 1813. Capt. Adam Binckley Lieut. John Middaugh Ensign, Richard Grabb Sergt. William B. Davis Sergt. John Overmire Sergt. John Fowler Sergt. Henry M. Davis Corp. Peter King Corp. John Leidy Corp. John Henry Corp. John Winner Privates Acker, George Acklin, Alexander Ammach, Abraham …

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Roll Of Capt. Jesse Or John D. Courtright’s Company

(From Fairfield County) Served from September 27, 1812, until February 26, 1813, Part served from October 22, 1812. Capt. John D. Courtright Lieut. John List Ensign, John Glick Sergt. David Egbert Sergt. Peter Hartsock Sergt. Isaac Hardin Sergt. Thomas Pullen Corp. John Smother Corp. John Foust Corp. Pressley Priest Corp. Daniel Escol Fifer, Isaac Stephens …

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Wyandot Indians

Wyandot Tribe: Meaning perhaps “islanders,” or “dwellers on a peninsula.” Occasionally spelled Guyandot. At an earlier date usually known as Huron, a name given by the French from huré, “rough,” and the depreciating suffix -on. Also called: Hatindiaβointen, Huron name of Huron of Lorette. Nadowa, a name given to them and many other Iroquoian tribes …

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