Roll Of Capt. John Humes’ Company

(Probably from Clermont Co.) Served from January 30, until April 10, 1814, and from January 11, until April 10, 1815. Capt. John Humes Lieut. James Turner Ensign Levi Moore Sergt John Steel Sergt. Thomas Holland Sergt. Charles Troy Sergt. John Meeks Corp. Joseph Anderson Corp. William Congar Corp. Edward Gandy Corp. Robert Evans Drummer, George

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 Capt. Jacob Boerstler’s Company

(From Clermont County) Served from April 24, Until May 23, 1812. Capt. Jacob Boerstler Lieut. Thomas Kain Ensign Thomas Foster Sergt. Daniel Campbell Sergt. Edward Brown Sergt. Hally Raper Sergt. Chas. Waites Corp. John Conroy Corp. Samuel Raper Corp. John Hankins Corp. Jaspar Shopwell Privates Arthurs, Abner Berry, Michael E Brunk, Joseph Buchaman, John Chambers,

Biography of Henry Brandley

Henry Brandley was born in Switzerland October 12, 1839, and died at his beautiful home at Matfield Green in Chase County June 1, 1910. When he was about twelve years of age his parents came to America, being fifty-two days in crossing the ocean. In 1852 the family settled in Cincinnati, where he finished his

Biography of William Christee Smyser

William Christee Smyser, who died at Sterling, Kansas, August 9, 1917, had been for thirty-five years a resident of that section of the state. Few men have assumed and carried out to such a successful conclusion the larger responsibilities of business affairs. One of the outstanding characteristics of big business men is a quiet efficiency

Biography of Louis R. Roter

Louis R. Roter. One of the very able business men of Parsons was the late Louis R. Roter, who was president of the Parsons Cold Storage and Crystal Ice Company and had followed merchandising and various lines of business in Kansas and other states for many years. He died in his fifty-fourth year at Parsons

Holloway, Richard Lamont “Monty” – Obituary

Richard Lamont “Monty” Holloway, 60, of Amelia, Ohio, a former Baker City resident, died May 7, 2006, at Claremont Mercy Hospital at Batavia, Ohio. His memorial celebration is scheduled at 6 o’clock tonight at the Stable Trails Equestrian Center in Amelia. Monty had been an Ohio resident for 20 years. He was a horseman, law

Biography of Oscar C. Baird, M. D.

Oscar C. Baird, M. D. Kansas is justly notable for the skill, learning and high character of the men who compose its medical fraternity and the profession here numbers among its members those whose scientific attainments are far beyond the ordinary. Among those well known during the past sixteen years is Dr. Oscar C. Baird,

Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Tirzah B. McMillen

Mrs. TIRZAH B. McMILLEN. – Especial interest surrounds the life of those mothers who made possible the social conditions of our state. They will be held in everlasting remembrance. Tirzah, the daughter of Edward and Hannah H. Barton, was born in Clermont county, Ohio, in 1832, and at a very early age accompanied her parents

Biography of Arthur C. Shriver

Arthur C. Shriver, of the firm of A. C. Shriver & Sons, dealers in stoves, tinware and house-furnishing goods, Charleston; was born in Fleming Co., Ky., Jan. 30, 1813; when he was about 10 years old, his parents removed to Adams Co., Ohio; at the age of 18, he went to Hillsboro, in Highland Co.,

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