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Roll Of Lieut. Robert Harvey’s Company

(Probably from Ross Co.)

Served from July 13, until August 17, 1813.

Lieut. Robert Harvey
Ensign, William Holloway
Sergt. Tighlman Willis
Sergt. Richard Berry
Sergt. James Kirkpatrick
Sergt. Lewis Roughton
Corp. William Dixson
Corp. Alexander Bowman
Corp. Edward Graham


Adams, John
Adams, Thomas
Brown, Edward
Chappell, George
Clifton, John
Corbet, Joseph
Crispin, Francis
Cummings, Joseph
Dulgain, William
Furrow, Adam
Furrow, Solomon
Gibson, Jacob
Green, Moses
Holloway, Isaiah
Holloway, Thomas
Hood, Edward
Jones, Amos
Long, George
Maughmen, Jacob
Miller, John
Ramsey, David
Ramsey, Joseph
Romine, Amos
Smith, White
Strotherd Sephnius
Thompson, William
Tootle, Egleston
Tootle, Thomas
Walker, John


  1. Steven, outstanding story! Thanks for sharing it in the off chance somebody else stumbles over this must roll on the WWW.

  2. Robert Harvey was awarded for his services in the War of 1812 land in Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He moved his family there in 1830. He past away in 1835. He is buried in the Old Harvey Farm Cemetery, Battle Ground, Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
    John Adams was actually named John Quincy Adams. He would joke that he was not the President. He became Robert Harvey’s brother-in-law in 1814 when he married Mary (Polly) Harvey.


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