Location: Ross County OH

Biography of Charles Titterington

For sixty-seven years Charles Titterington lived on the farm in Edgington Township that he entered from the Government. His children grew to manhood and womanhood, married, grandchildren came and attained maturity, and still this doughty pioneer was tilling the soil of the old home place made dear to him by decades of association. He came to Rock Island County in 1835, and at once selected and purchased from the Government the fertile acres that were his abiding place for so long a period. Charles Titterington was born in the parish of Worley, West Yorkshire, England, January 22, 1814. His father,

Roll of Capt. Nathaniel Massie’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from May 1, until May 19, 1813. Capt. Nathaniel Massie Lieut. James Menary Ensign Samuel Wilson Sergt. Alexander Menary Sergt. John McDonald Sergt. Gustavus Wilson Corp. Henry Kiewsley Corp. Meredith Parish Corp. John Dunlap Privates Armstrong, John Beckman, William Blackstone, John Brown, George Bryan, George Bukman, Abraham Camble, Dunning Camble, William Cary, Isaac Clawson, John Cochran, David H. Cochran, James Cummins, Hermandez Dunlap, James Dyer, Robert Edwards, James Elliott, David Ford, William Goth, Jacob Gray, James G Gunston, Thomas Hamilton, John Hedges, Enoch Hemphill, Andrew Jank, John Jenkins, Samuel Kent, William Kilgore, William Loyan, Samuel

Roll Of Capt. David Shelby’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from September 4, until October 14, 1812. Capt. David Shelby Lieut. John Barnes Ensign Jonothan Clark Sergt. Samuel Jones Sergt. Joseph Martin Sergt. James Delay Sergt. Moses Coleston Corp. Elias Reed Corp. Arthur Chenewith Corp. James Ruckman Corp. Henry Morris Privates Brown, William C—, Abner C—, Thomas Carter, Henry Chenewith, Isaac Chenewith, Jacob Chenewith, John Chenewith, Thomas Davies, William H. Evans, John Evans, Lewis Frazier, David Frazier, James Glass, Joseph Groves, Lewis Gutheny, John, Jr. Guthery, John, Sr. Guthery, Joseph Guthrie, William Hamilton, William Hatton, William Heaverlo, James Hopkins, William Hotsenbiller, Jacob Howard, Joseph Huston,

Roll Of Capt. William Kendall’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from September 13, until September 20, 1814. Capt. William Kendall Lieut. George W. Clingman Ensign, Allen Moore Sergt. Nathan Glover Sergt. Samuel G. Jones Sergt. Charles C. Boynton Sergt. John Knox Saddler, James Beacham Farrier, Johnston Loyd Musician, William Lowery Privates Abbot, James Andrews, John Armstrong, Jeremiah Barber, Isaac Bonner, Cornelius Bonsor, Samuel Brady, Samuel Brickles, William Brown, John Codot, Lemuel Collins, John Culp, Cornelius Culp, Jacob Davison, Nathaniel Dawson, Abijah Emmons, Case Ferguson, John Feurt, Gabriel Feurt, Thomas Flanders, Ezekiel Funk, Jacob Gee, Joseph Greaves, George Headley, William Hewet, Thomas Hice, Andrew Hice, Phillip

Roll Of Capt. John Campbell’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from September 13, until December 9, 1814. Capt. John Campbell Lieut. Samuel Ellis Lieut. Peter Shaw Lieut. John Evans Sergt. David Lawwill Sergt. Joseph Runnels Sergt. Jonothan Wisner Sergt. Charles Larsh Sergt. James Brownfield Musician, James Lawwill Privates Bishop, Peter Canley, Thomas Conn, Robert Cooper, Thomas Copple, Daniel Davison, William Dunlap, Alexander Edwards, George Elaney, Moses Ellis, Jeremiah Ellis, Jesse Elsey, Lewis Gardner, Simon Glendenning, John Greenley, William Grimes, William Hewitt, Richard Key, Samuel M Knox, John Kratzer, Joseph Mahaffey, William McPherson, Samuel Middleton, William Newlen, James Parker, William Payn, Benjamin Pricherd, James Prickett, William

Roll Of Capt. William Rutledge’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from May 7, until May 20, 1813. Capt. William Rutledge Lieut. William Lamb Ensign James Reyborn Sergt. Nathaniel Spencer Sergt. Daniel Kerr Sergt. Garnet Lauman Sergt. John Watson Corp. John Gilfillan Corp. James Bramble Corp. William Baley Corp. James McCallister Privates Anderson, John Anderson, Levi Arrington, David Baitman, William Brown, Edmond Brown, Peter Chestnut, William Clark, John Clark, William Clifford, James CPhillips, James Crampton, John Curtis, Drayton N. Edwards, Edward Fortimer, Richard Fortney, Peter Frye, Joseph Fultz, Conder Gibbs, James Green, George Hume, George James, Adam Kelley, Jonothan Lacey, John Leister, Peter Lownes, George Mayhigh,

Roll Of Capt. John Boggs’ Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from September 27 until October 14, 1812. Capt. John Boggs Lieut. William Miller Ensign Daniel Musselman Sergt. Henry David Sergt. James Roberts Sergt. Jacob Frazer Sergt. Valentine Angel Privates Abbott, Elijah Baum, Jacob Bunsey, John Campbell, William Ernheart, Jacob Evans, David Forsman, Robert Galbraith, John Johnston, James Jones, John Kieler, James Kooder, John Levengood, Jacob Lobaugh, Daniel McKinnon, Daniel McKinnon, William H. Newhouse, Anthony Phillips, James Pollard, John D Price, James Reid, William Rennels, John Rooder, Peter Rowe, George Simms, William Smith, John Willenmyer, Jacob

Roll Of Capt. James Dunlap’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from July 28, until August 17, 1813. Capt. James Dunlap Lieut. James McCoy Ensign John Rodgers Privates Barton, Jesse Beal, Philip Benedick, George Benedick, James Blue, John Blue, John M Boyd, Francis Brown, James Clark, James Coon, Adam Coon, Henry Corbet, Joseph Corbett, David Currey, William Dawnard, James Dines, James Dyer, William Gamble, John Gatt, Jacob Gilfillen, John Grady, John Henderson, David Heness, William Innis, William James, Adam Jamison, Charles Johnson, Thomas Kirkbride, John Latta, Moses Lisney, John Mace, John May, Henry McCafferty, Richard McCluer, James McCoy, Alexander McCoy, Dickson McCoy, John McKee, Mathew McLaughlin,

Roll Of Capt. William Leedom’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Ross County) Served from September 28, until October 28, 1812. Capt. William Leedom Lieut. George Bryan Sergt. William Smith Sergt. Robert Baird Privates Baird, Robinson Edgington, Isaac Edgington, Joshua Ellison, James Gutridge, Charles Hoslip, John Marcus, Jacob Naylor, George Waldran, Henry