Roll Of Capt. John Robinson’s Company

(Probably from Butler Co.) Served from July 1812 until April 26, 1813. Capt. John Robinson Lieut. John Nelson Ensign Edward Roby Sergt. Stephen Ball Sergt. Nicholas Yeager Sergt. Thomas Virgin Sergt. Joseph Nichol Corp. Benjamin Virgin Corp. David Hayes Corp. Robert Reid Corp. William Loury Musician, Ezekial Powers Musician, Jonas Smalley Privates Arthur, John Austin,

Roll Of Capt. John Hamilton’s Company

(From Ross or Butler County) Served from February 6, until August 6, 1813. Part of company served until 1816. Capt. John Hamilton Lieut. William Sheafor Ensign James Harper Sergt. John Haynes Sergt. Adam Stonebaker Sergt. Benjamin Barry Sergt. Eli Davis Corp. Nicholas Bailey Corp. John Miller Corp. John Cain Corp. John Porter Drummer, Mark Briny

Roll Of Capt. William McMain’s (Or McMean’s) Company

(From Clermont or Butler Counties.) Served from August 11, 1812 until February 11, 1813. Capt. William McMain Ensign Robert Orn Sergt. Joseph Cotteral Sergt. Henry Stroman Sergt. Archibald Clinton Sergt. Isaac Elston Corp. Joseph Hutchinson Sergt. John Coteral Corp. Edwin Hughs Corp. James Mullin Corp. Enoch McMaines Privates Abat, Jeremiah Barber, Daniel Briding, Thomas Brown,

Roll Of Captain Matthias Corwin’s Company

(Probably Butler County) Served from August 11 until November 30, 1812, and from January 5 Until February 11, 1813. Capt. Matthias Corwin Lieut. Nathaniel McLean Ensign John Ruser Sergt. Jeremiah Smith Privates Adams, John Bartleson, Andrew Bell, Simion Birdrall, Henry Bishop, David W Cruters, Ezekial Dunlary, Howard Eddy, John Jones, Henry C. Lenawred, John Maish,

Roll Of Captain Asa Hinckles’ Company

(Probably Butler County) Served from Aug. 11, 1812, until Nov. 30, 1812, and from Jan. 1 until Feb. 15, 1813. Capt. Asa Hinckle Lieut. Benaiah Ayres Ensign James Cummins Setgt. Thomas Richey Sergt. James Burns Sergt. Calvan Tipman Sergt. Joseph McNight Corp. John Ferris Corp. Garnit Swallow Corp. Lewis Drake Corp. Daniel Hunter Musician, William

Roll Of Capt. Luther Leonard’s Company

(Probably from Butler County) Served from August 11, until November 30, 1812, and from July 5, until July 23, 1814. Capt. Luther Leonard Lieut. Clarlmon Price Lieut. Nathaniel Terwillegar Ensign William Mitchell Sergt. William Cochran Sergt. John Terwillegar Sergt. Jonothan Harris Sergt. John Mellen Sergt. Henry Miller Sergt. Burgan Miller Sergt. Samuel McKee Corp. James

Roll Of Capt. Joel Collin’s Company

(Probably from Butler County) Served from August 11, 1812 until February, 1813. Capt. Joel Collins Lieut. Ephraim Gard Ensign, John Hall Sergt. Jeremiah Gard Sergt. David Sutton Sergt. Joseph Haines Sergt. John Price Corp. Zechariah Parish Corp. Joseph Douglas Corp. George Sutton Corp. Jacob Gard Fifer, Hays Taylor Drummer, Henry Thompson Privates Anderson, James Beeler,

Biographical Sketch of Daniel B. Powers

Daniel B. Powers, retired farmer; P. O. Oakland; one of the early pioneers of Coles Co; born in Butler Co., Ohio, July 1, 1807, where he engaged in farming until 1836, when he emigrated West and located in Crawfordsville, Ind., where he engaged in the mercantile trade for about eighteen months, when he sold his

Biographical Sketch of J. B. Moore

J. B. Moore, farmer and stock-raiser; P. O. Ashmore; was born in Butler Co., Ohio, July 22, 1836; he is a son of William S. and Julia A. (Eddingfield) Moore; his father, an early settler of Butler Co., having come from his native State, New Jersey, at the age of 4 years; his mother was

Biography of Daniel A. Van Sickle

Daniel A. Van Sickle, proprietor of the Charleston Hotel, Charleston; was born in Trenton, Butler Co., Ohio, Oct. 20, 1833, being the oldest son of J. C. and Belinda (Craig) Van Sickle; his father was born in Trenton, Ohio, May 31, 1811, and his mother at Ball’s Ferry, on the Miami River, in Butler Co.,

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