Roll Of Capt Elijah Martin’s Company

(Probably from Brown County) Served from February 1, until August 12, 1813. Capt. Elijah Martin Lieut. Jacob Jacobs Lieut. Zechariah Riggs Ensign, Joseph Stewart Sergt. David Flaugher Sergt. Henry Hawk Sergt. William Yates Sergt. Archibald Parker Sergt. William Dixon Sergt. James Higgins Corp. Richard Brown Corp. John Hawk Corp. Henry Haidesty Musiclan, Jeremiah Martin Privates

Biographical Sketch of Gideon Minor

Gideon Minor, farmer; P. O. Oakland; born in Brown Co., Ohio, Aug. 16, 1818; he emigrated with his parents to Kentucky at 4 years of age, where he attended school and engaged in farming until 14 years of age, when he emigrated to East Oakland Tp., Coles Co., in May, 1832; his father purchased 120

Biographical Sketch of Moore, O. S.

Moore, O. S. proprietor of the Golden Rule steam flouring-mills. These mills were erected in 1880, size of which are 32×52 feet and 45 feet high, built of stone, capacity is 100 barrels in twenty-four hours, cost is $22,000. They do an exchange business only in custom work. They employ six men besides their own

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