Biographical Sketch of J. L. Aubert

J. L. Aubert, County Surveyor, Mattoon; was born in Licking Co., Ohio, Nov. 3, 1830; his father was a tiller of the soil, and his early life was that of a farmer’s son; at the age of 18, he began work at the carpenter’s trade, and worked under instruction three years. In 1854, he came

Biographical Sketch of A. J. Bradford

A. J. Bradford, farmer and stock-raiser; P. O. Hinesboro, Douglas Co.; the subject of this sketch was born in Greene Co., Penn., Nov. 12, 1832. He married Miss Susan S. Emory March 31, 1854; she was born in Licking Co., Ohio, Dec. 24, 1836; they had eight children, seven living, viz., Henry M., Mary J.,

Biography of Reverday J. Pierson

Reverday J. Pierson, junior member and business manager of the well-known firm of Holmes & Pierson, the editors and proprietors of the Riverside Daily Press and Weekly Horticulturist, of Riverside, is a native of Licking County, Ohio, and was born in 1848. When a child his parents moved to Springfield, Illinois, and thence in 1857

Biography of Dr. James F. Myers

Doctor James F. Myers, one of Rock Island County’s prominent physicians, was born December 29, 1856, at Hebron, Ohio, and was the son of Henry A. and Lavina Myers, both of whom are living in their eighties at Eureka, Illinois. Dr. Meyers’ father was a Baptist minister by vocation, but at an early age retired

Roll Of Capt. Grove Case’s Company

27th U.S. Infantry. (Probably from Licking County) Served from May 5, until May 18, 1813. Capt. Grove Case Lieut. Alexander Holmes Ensign William Stedman Sergt. Silas Winchel Sergt. William Holmes Corp. Lester Case Corp. James White Privates Bancroft, Ethan Carpenter, Benjamin Case, Frederick Case, Timothy Colman, Julius Comwell, Archibold Critchet, Mathew H Critton, Gabriel Elliott,

Roll Of Capt. John Spencer’s Company, Ohio Spies

(Probably from Licking County). Served from August 27, until September 25, 1812, and from September 4, 1813, until March 4, 1814. Capt. John Spencer Lieut. Abraham Bennet Lieut Henry Goode Cornet, Jacob Mann Ensign John Denham Sergt. Daniel Eaton Sergt. John Peck Sergt. Jesse Sutton Sergt. Martin Robinson Sergt. John C Spencer Sergt. Robert B

Roll Of Capt. James Rightmire’s Company

(Probably from Licking Co.) Served from May 4, until May 19, 1813, and from September 8, 1814, until March 5, 1815. Capt. James Rightmire Lieut. George Hull Ensign, Wadly Smith Sergt. John Wells Sergt. Burwell Sergt. Jonas Frye Sergt. Samuel Dunlap Sergt. Daniel Dial Sergt. Thomas Merit Corp. William Starner Corp. John Harbert Corp. Joshua

Roll Of Capt. John Snelbeker’s Company

(Probably from Licking County) Served from January 30, until March 4. 1815. Capt. John Snelbeker Lieut. Jeremiah Doty Ensign, John Dixon Sergt. William Martin Sergt. Thomas Merritt Sergt. Jesse Patterson Sergt. Mark Anderson Corp. Michael B. Miller Corp. Philip Foreman Corp. Jeremiah Guard Corp. John Belair Musician, Frederick Beyner Privates Armstrong, James Arnold, John Ball,

Roll Of Capt. James Critten’s Company

(Probably from Licking County) Served from July 30 until August 16, 1813. Capt. James Critten Lieut. Jeremiah Johnson Ensign William Evans Sergt. Jacob Stult Sergt. John Levenston Sergt. James Cunningham Sergt. James Ward Corp. Jacob Hahn Corp. Samuel Murfoot Corp. Adam Stultz Corp. James Canel Privates Baker, Ephraim Baker, Joseph Bawick, William Boucher, John Carlisle,

Biography of Charles H. Carey

CHARLES H. CAREY. – Among the younger generation of men of enterprise and push who have come to Oregon to develop with the rapid progress of the state, Charles H. Carey, of Portland, is a notable figure. He was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, October 27, 1857, and lived there with his parents until he came

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