Harrison County OH

Roll Of Capt. Baruch Dickerson’s Company

(Probably from Harrison County) Served from March 12, until September 12, 1814. Capt. Baruch Dickerson Lieut. John Jamison Ensign, Samuel Gilmore Sergt. William Hagerfleld Sergt. Charles Holmes Sergt. Laken Wells Musician, James Roff Musician, David Young Privates Browning, Samuel Carson, John Carson, Samuel Chambers, Ezekial Craig, Joseph Fivecoats, Michael Foster, Andrew Foster, Moses Haverfield, James …

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Roll Of Captain John Alexander’s Company

(Probably Harrison or Jefferson County) Served from Sept. 21, 1812, until Dec. 8, 1812, and from July 29, 1813, until Aug. 22, 1813. Capt. John Alexander Lieut. Hugh Christy Lieut. Angus McCoy Ensign David Jackson Sergt. George Ermabringer Sergt. John Linch Sergt. Robert Blackford Sergt. Hugh McGee Sergt. Stephen Paugburn Sergt. Robert Stayton Sergt. Robert …

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Roll Of Capt. David Pecks Company

(From Either Harrison or Jefferson County) Served from August 25, 1812, until February 28, 1813. Capt. David Peck Lieut. Josaph Davis Ensign Jacob Shaffer SerCt. John Stoaks Sergt. Ivaniel Higgins Sergt. Dudley Smith Sergt- Jesse Harnum Corp. John Vaughn Corp. James Davis Corp. James Miller Corp. Wm. McConkey Privates Albert, John Armstrong, Archibold Ayers, James …

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Roll Of Capt. William Stoakes Company

(Probably from Harrison County) Served from August 21, 1812 until February 28, 1813. Capt. William Stoakes Lieut. Thomas Orr Ensign John Cantwell Sergt. John Elrod Sergt. John Paramore Sergt. David Hinzy or Kinzan Sergt. William Bashford Corp. Benjamin Dean Corp. William Crothers Corp. Isaac Bail Corp. John Palmer Fifer, Samuel Solomon Drummer, Thomas Bay Privates …

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Biographical Sketch of John A. McConnell

John A. McConnell, editor of the Charleston Plaindealer, Charleston; was born in Cadiz, Ohio, Dec. 26, 1826; he began, at 12 years of age, to learn his father’s business of chairmaking; his inclinations were, however, toward literary or professional pursuits, but he was prevented from carrying out his intentions in that direction by a weakness …

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