Roll Of Ensign Jacob Hoover Or Hoober’s Company

(Probably from Ross County)

Served from July 28 until August 18, 1813.

Ensign Jacob Hoover or Hoober
Sergt. George Corwine
Sergt. William McKonkle
Sergt. William Stewart
Corp. Michael Robinson

Privates

Bowman, Benjamin
Bowman, Daniel
Chenworth, Thomas
Corwine, Samuel
Fewell, John
Graham, Robert
Harrel, Daniel
Hultz, William
Jordan, Jones
McMullin, Alexander Jr.
Mounts, Ell
Rhidemeer, Frederick
Stegall, Frederick
Stewart, George
Thomas, Ormes
Vineyard, James
Warren, Greenbury
Warren, James
Wells, Isaac
Wells, Peter
Williams, Amos
Wilson, George
Wilson, James
Wood, Jonothan



MLA Source Citation:

Ohio. Adjutant General's Office. Roster of Ohio soldiers in the War of 1812. Columbus, Ohio: Press of the Edward T. Miller Co. 1916. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 12 December 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/ohio/roll-of-ensign-jacob-hoover-or-hoobers-company.htm - Last updated on Jun 29th, 2011


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