Biographical Sketch of Thomas H. Crispin

Thomas H. Crispin, farmer; P. O. Rardin; born in Pickaway Co., Ohio, May 5, 1833, where he attended school and assisted his father in the mason trade until 14 years of age, when he went to Bellefontaine, Logan Co., where he learned and worked at the trade of mason and plasterer until 1852, when he



Biographical Sketch of Thomas Furness

Thomas Furness, farmer and stock-raiser; P. O. Fuller’s Point; one of the early settlers; was born in Pickaway Co., Ohio, Feb. 17. 1825; came to this State and settled in Coles Co. in 1856, and with the exception of five years’ residence in Moultrie Co., his home has been in Coles Co.; his farm, which



Biography of A. D. S. Alkire

A. D. S. Alkire is the well-known and popular City Clerk and Assessor of Riverside, a position he ably fills with credit to himself and honor to that enterprising city. Mr. Alkire is a native of Pickaway County, Ohio, born at Mount Sterling in 1837. His father, William A. Alkire, was a native of Kentucky



G-Ohio Indian Villages, Towns and Settlements

G-Ohio Indian Villages, Towns and Settlements



Shawnee Indians

Shawnee Indian Tribe



Logan Elm And Monument, Circleville, Ohio

Logan, Chief of the Mingoes, was a Cayuga Indian, born at Auburn, New York in 1726. He was the son of Chief Shikellamy, deputy of the Six Nations over the Indians at a section of Pennsylvania. Like his father, Logan was a firm friend of the white man. Upon moving to Ohio, Logan was made



Roll Of Capt. William Miller’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Pickaway County) Served from May 8, until May 20, 1813, and from February 16, until March 16, 1814. Capt. William Miller Lieut. Peter Rou Ensign Jacon Frazier Sergt. Joshua Miller Sergt. Henry Wise Sergt. George Hoffman Corp. Thomas Spillman Corp. Benjamin Reynals Privates Bawton, Adam Blair, William Bothin, George Bowsher, Anthony Brown, Robert



Roll Of Capt. Henry Coonrod’s Company (Cavalry)

(Probably from Pickaway County) Served from May 9, until May 24, 1813. Capt. Henry Coonrod Lieut. William Nicol Cornet, Joseph Maurice Sergt. Thomas R. Duncan Sergt. James Stanley Sergt. Thomas Harbert Sergt. Hane Harrelton Corp. David Martin Corp. Robert Johnston Corp. Jacob Stingly Corp. Peter Augistean Privates Adamson, Isaac Baum, Jacob Baum, Jonas Grim, David



Roll Of Capt. Stephen Horsey’s Company

(Probably from Pickaway County) Served from July 28, until August 26, 1813. Capt. Stephen Horsey Lieut. James Nevill Ensign, Cornelius Mikel Sergt. John Pancake Sergt. Balitha Linch Sergt. Daniel Justice Sergt. Pierce Atchison Privates Atchison, Fielding Beavins, Josiah Benedict, James Campbell, Robert Chipman, John Devenport, Wesley Diver, James Dodd, Isaac, Dumond, Isaac Flemming, John Foresman,



Roll Of Capt. Adam Berry’s Company

(From Pickaway & Ross Cos.) Served from April 11, until May 12, 1813, and from April 11, until May 12, 1814 Capt. Adam Berry Lieut. Arthur McPhee or McKee Ensign, John Thompson Ensign, John Thebus Sergt. John Beavens Sergt. Jacob Smith Sergt. George Spangler Sergt. Thomas Powell Sergt. John Spores Sergt. Blain Sergt. George Fry



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