Guernsey County OH

Biographical Sketch of Phillip James Pickett

Pickett, Phillip James; plumbing business; born, Buffalo, June 18, 1866; son of Michael and B. Elizabeth Rogers Pickett; educated, Cleveland public schools and St. Joseph’s College; at the age of 17, left college to learn the plumber’s trade; served four years as an apprentice; traveled through the United States, working as a journeyman plumber; at …

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Roll Of Capt. Simon Beyner’s Company

(From Guernsey County) Served from August 20, until November 12, 1812 Capt. Simon Beyner Lieut. Stewart Speer Ensign, Henry Beyner Sergt. David Slater Sergt. George Wine Sergt. Andrew Dougherty Sergt. Robert Ewings Corp. Nicholas Bumgavance Corp. William Beyner Corp. William Inglehag Corp. Alexander Barton Drummer, Frederick Beyner Fifer, David Moor Privates Argo, Morris Barnes, Ford …

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Roll Of Capt. Absalom Martin’s Company

(From Guernsey or Belmont County) Served from August 26, until November 12, 1812. Capt. Absalom Martin Lieut. Wyatt Hutchison Ensign, James Shuman Sergt. John Broton Sergt. George Scadan Sergt. Thomas Mullen Sergt. William Israel Corp. Christopher Donouer Corp. James Edwards Corp. Edward Davis Corp. Henry Wolford Drummer, Thomas DeBatnon Fifer, Edward Milner Privates Atkinson, Michael …

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Roll Of Capt. Cyrus Beatty’s Company

(From Guernsey County) Served from October 23, 1812, until February 22, 1813. Capt. Cyrus Beatty Lieut. David Burt Ensign, Nicholas Stoner Sergt. William Martain Sergt. Joseph Pollock Sergt. Samuel Beymer Sergt. William Van Horn Corp. John Meek Corp. Isaac Stiers Corp. Andrew Anderson Corp. Elijah Williams Drummer, Jacob Wirick Privates Addy, Loid Anderson. William Cochran, …

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Biography of Hon. Albert Briggs

HON. ALBERT BRIGGS. – Ever green in the memory of the pioneer of the Pacific coast remain the trials and hardships they endured while establishing civilization in the far west. These pioneers, constituted no ordinary class; they were hardy, brave and energetic men; and thousands to-day are reaping the benefits which have accrued from the …

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