Jefferson County OH

Slave Narrative of John W. Matheus

Interviewer: Bishop & Isleman Person Interviewed: John Williams Matheus Location: Steubenville, Ohio Age: 77 Place of Residence: 203 Dock Street WPA in Ohio Federal Writers’ Project Bishop & Isleman Reporter: Bishop (Revision) July 8, 1937 Topic: Ex-Slaves Jefferson County, District #5 JOHN WILLIAMS MATHEUS Ex-Slave, 77 years “My mothers name was Martha. She died when

Slave Narrative of John W. Matheus Read More »

Roll Of Capt. Jacob Gilber’s Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from August 25, 1812 until February 28, 1813. Capt. Jacob Gilbert Lieut. John Testers Ensign Abraham Fox Ensign Conrad Myers Sergt. Davtd Shoemaker Sargt. Samuel Eister Sergt. Michael Coners Sergt. Michael Shafer Corp, Randall Smith Corp. Peter Miller Corp. John Eaton Corp, John Lipley Privates Adams, William Alexander, Robert Barnes,

Roll Of Capt. Jacob Gilber’s Company Read More »

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

Roll Of Captain John Alexander’s Company Read More »

Roll Of Capt Thomas Latta’s Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from September 15, 1812 until March 21, 1813 Capt. Thomas Latta Lieut John Buck Lieut. Hugh Christy Ensign William Prichard Sergt. George Browers Sergt. George Brown Sergt. Alexander Patterson Sergt, Alexander Valters Sergt. George Emaling Sergt. John Haughey Sergt. Issac Wolms Sergt. Richard Brown Corp. Cornelius Peterson Corp. William Betz

Roll Of Capt Thomas Latta’s Company Read More »

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

Roll Of Capt. David Pecks Company Read More »

Roll Of Capt. Nicholas Murray’s Company

(From Jefferson County) Served from August 25, until December 25, 1812. Capt. Nicholas Murry Lieut. Nathaniel Windryer, or Wintringer Sergt. Phillip Fulton Ensign, John Camell Sergt. James Kernahan Sergt. George Beatty Sergt. Joseph Batchlor Corp. Kames Hakill Corp. James Patten Privates Anderson, David Ashby, Abel Bayley, Joshua Blackburn, John Bow, Curtis Brown, George Carlisle, James

Roll Of Capt. Nicholas Murray’s Company Read More »

Biographical Sketch of Lyman Adams Noble

Noble, Lyman Adams; physician; born, Smithfield, 0., June 29, 1877; son of James M. and Eliza J. Smith Noble; educated, Scio. College of Pharmacy, Ph. G., 1900; Cleveland Homeopathic Medical College, M. D., 1903; married, Cleveland, June 30, 1903, Mabelle Dorothy Davis; one daughter, Frances Evelyn, born Nov. 2, 1906; asst. prof. chemistry, Cleveland Homeopathic

Biographical Sketch of Lyman Adams Noble Read More »

Slave Narrative of George Jackson

Interviewer: Bishop & Isleman Person Interviewed: George Jackson Location: Steubenville, Ohio Place of Birth: Loudon County, Virginia Date of Birth: Feb. 6, 1858 Age: 79 WPA in Ohio Federal Writers’ Project Bishop & Isleman Reporter: Bishop [HW: Revised] Topic: Ex-Slaves. Jefferson County, District #5 July 6, 1937 GEORGE JACKSON Ex-Slave, 79 years I was born

Slave Narrative of George Jackson Read More »

Biographical Sketch of Dan Freeman Bradley

Bradley, Dan Freeman; clergyman; born, Bangkok, Siam, March 17, 1857; son of Dan Beach and Sarah (Blachly) Bradley; educated, Oberlin College, 1882, Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1885, Oberlin Honorary Degree Doctor of Divinity, 1909; same degree, Cornell College, 1904; married, Oberlin, O., July 9, 1883, Lillian Jaques; three sons, Dwight J., Robert G., and Theodore Bradley;

Biographical Sketch of Dan Freeman Bradley Read More »

Roll Of Capt. James Alexander’s Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from August 23 1812 until November 30, 1813 Capt. James Alexander Lieut. Henry Boyles Ensign John Myers Sergt. Samuel Andrews Sergt. Alexander Barr Sergt. Martin Saltzman Sergt. James Tobin Corp. David Williamson Corp. Amos West Corp. John Anderson Corp. James Lyons Corp. Hugh Adams Privates Alexander, William Barr, James D.

Roll Of Capt. James Alexander’s Company Read More »

Roll Of Capt. Allen Scroggs’ Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from September 21, 1812 until November 30, 1812. Capt. Allen Scroggs Lieut. John Ramsey Ensign John Caldwell Sergt. William Wilkin Sergt. William Dunlap Sergt. William Holson Sergt. William Robertson Corp. Samuel Avery Corp. Joseph Haverfield Corp. John Connaway Corp. John Wallace Privates Abbott, Benjamin Baricklow, Fanington Beamer, Adam Bebout, Peter

Roll Of Capt. Allen Scroggs’ Company Read More »

Roll Of Capt. Joseph Zimmerman’s Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from August 25, until November 30, 1812. Capt. Joseph Zimmerman Lieut. James Kerr Ensign Conrad Monzer or Myers Sergt. George Estep Sergt. George Schultz Sergt. William Rough or Pouch Sergt. Christian Krepps Corp. George Switzer Corp. John Lawrence Corp. Ezekiel Moore Corp. Samuel Meek Drummer, Byneal Moore Private Augustine, Henry

Roll Of Capt. Joseph Zimmerman’s Company Read More »

Roll Of Capt. William Foulks Company

(Probably from Jefferson County) Served from August 25, 1812 until February 28, 1813. Capt. William Foulks Lieut. John Burkdale Ensign Robert Ramsey Ensign Jacob Crouse Sergt. John Hester Sergt. John Cannon Sergt. John Huston Sergt. John Chaney Sergt. Henry Fisher Sergt. John Charing Corp. Alexander Armstrong Corp. James Swin Corp. Addison McKinnon Corp. Rudolph Brandaberrv

Roll Of Capt. William Foulks Company Read More »

Scroll to Top