Location: Delaware County OH

Roll Of Capt. Henry Slack’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Served from October 27, until November 19, 1812. Capt. Henry Slack Lieut. Samuel Maynard Ensign, David Butler Sergt. David Skeels Sergt. Shearman Fairchild Sergt. Ethan Palmer Sergt. Joel Taylor Privates Adams, Samuel Barker, Joseph Bishop, Elisha Brundage, Nathaniel Cowan, Levi M Foust, John James Preston Johnson, Stafford Kyrk, John Lewis, Isaac Marvin, Jesse Patrick, Benjamin Peny, Henry Roberts, Amar Roberts, John Rogers, Philemon Rosecrans, Abraham Rugg, Orn Shover, James Show, Jonothan Steudevant, Ira Swetland, Artemus Taylor, Nathan Welsh, Isaac William, Heaver...

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Roll Of Capt. Benjamin Fairchild’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from July 26, until August 10, 1813. Capt. Benjamin Fairchilds Lieut. Gilbert Weeks Ensign Markus Curtis Sergt. Sherman Fairchilds Sergt. William Williams Sergt. Daniel Lane Sergt. William Hendrichs Corp. Barak Weeks Corp. William Smith Corp. Nathaniel Batch Corp. Lorrin Hills Privates Andrews, Thomas Baughman, Adam Bennet, James Budd, John Budd, William Faucher, Henry Faucher, Samuel Hills, Zimri Jenkins, David Lock, Jesse Pelton, Johnson Plum, Parysek Roberts, John Robinson, John W Rogers, Philemon Schovey, John Sebring, Francis Smuthers,...

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Roll Of Capt. John Foos’ Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from July 26, until August 18, 1813. Part served from September 1, until September 15, 1813. Ensign Benjamin Warren Capt. John Foos Lieut. Thmnaa Driver Sergt. James Hopkins Sergt. John Davis Sergt. William Baker Corp. David Shoup Sergt. Abrabam Lookingbill Sergt. Robert Perry Corp. James Carpenter Privates Adams, Elijah Cellar, George Cellar, John Cooper, Samuel Cothren, John Davis, David Delseverr Michael Dilden, Mph Driver, John’ Evins, Edward Fibert, Richard Foos, William Gallant, Allen Gallant, James Gillies, James Hoskins, John Hushow, Phillip Kepler, Samuel Kyle, Hugh Marks, David Mickson, James Munroe, Isaac Perry, David Pugh, Thomas Roderick, Jacob Shaw, Samuel Sloper, Charles Smith, John Stephens, Reuben Taylor, Benjamin Taylor, Richard Tyler, Samuel Whiters, Isaac Whittenger, Nicholas Wilson, John Wison, Frederick Wolf, John Wright,...

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Roll Of Lieut. Addison Garver’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from July 26, unt1l August, 13, 1813. Lieut. Addison Garver Ensign David Butler Sergt. Joseph Steward. Privates Adams. Johnson Atkin, Russell Benjamin Patrick Carpenter, Henry Carpenter, William Crandell Rosecrans Daniel J. Carpenter Heaver, William C Helt, George Helt, Michael John Leonard Lewis, Chester Lewis, John. Jr. Lewis, Joseph Longwell, Robert Mathias, Nauloon Moses Carpenter Phipps, Jacob Phipps. William Rosecrans, John Slack, Ezekial Slack, John Stark. James Taylor, Nathan Young,...

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Roll Of Capt. Ichabold Plum’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from May 4, until May 27, 1813. Part served from July 26, until August 13, 1813 Capt. Ichabold Plum Lieut. John Milligan Ensign John Brundage Sergt. Thomas Brown Sergt. Adison Carver Sergt. Benjamin Carpenter Sergt. David Butler Corp. Joel Taylor Corp, Ezra Olds Corp. Joseph Carrin Corp Gilbert Weeks Corp. Robert Carpenter Corp. James Carpenter Musician, Sylvester Drake Privates 0lds, Benjamin Alden, Daniel Armstrong, David Bishop, Elisha Brown, Ezekial Day, Charles Fisher, George Foust, David Foust, Henry Gregory, David Harper, James Hatch, Nathaniel Heath, Samuel Hull, Nathaniel Jones, Richard Jones, Solomon Kepler, Samuel Keys, Isaac Landon, David Main, Eleazar Manvil, Ell Moles, James Munson, Michael Olds, Comfort Osterhout, Gideon Patrick, Joseph Patterson, John Ridgeway, William Roth, Nathan Sharp, William Shoemaker, Benjamin Slack, Ralph Steudevant, George Steward, Solomon Trindle, James Welit, Isaac Wilson, James Wyatt,...

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Roll Of Capt. William S. Drake’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from August 24, until September 25, 1812. Capt. William S. Drake Ensign Daniel Wyatt Sergt. Ira Wilcox Corp. John Foust Privates Brundage, Nathaniel Dundleberger, Frederick Dundleberger, Peter Ely, Peter Foust, Jacob Shaw, Jonothan Tuboss, Isaac Welsh, Isaac Wilcox,...

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Roll Of Capt. Joab Norton’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from June 2, until September 19, 1812. Capt. Joab Norton Sergt. Ira Carpenter Lieut. John Aye Ensign, Jonothan Hatch Sergt. M. McLoeland Sergt. John Depson Sergt. Erastus Rowe Corp. Francis Beebe Corp. James Miller Corp. Harlock Dunham Drummer, Jonothan Dunham Corp. Samuel Scribner Fifer, Silas Denham Privates Aye, Jacob Brown, John Cocheran, Harper Conner, Joseph Crosby, Rhederick Curtis, Asa D. Dickey, John Diminck, Daniel Duncan, James Erwin, James Erwin, William George, Thomas Godfrey, Samuel Hatch, Nathaniel Heavilors, Barnett Lemon, David Leonard, Amos Little, William Maker, William McFilly, Thomas Minter, John, Jr. Minter, Valentine Monroe, Lemuel F Olds, Benjamin Price, John Rickey, Joseph Root, Azariah, Jr. Smith, Solomon Vox, Rufus Walters, James Welch,...

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Roll Of Lieut. Samuel Cooper’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from August 24, until September 10, 1812. Lieut. Samuel Cooper Ensign, David Marks Sergt. Isaac Keys Sergt. Samuel Harding Privates Cooper, John Davis, David Davis, John D Driver, John Driver, Thomas Dunn, Andrew Evans, Edward Gallant, Allen Gallant, James Hoskins, John Jones, Richard Kepler, Samuel Lookingbell, Abraham Penn, Robert Penny, David Phillips, John Scribner, John Shannon, George Warner,...

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Roll Of Lieut. Roswell Fuller’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from August 23, until September 24, 1812. Lieut. Roswell Fuller Ensign, Joseph Higgins Sergt. Nathan King Sergt. Martin Pace Sergt. David Buell Sergt. Darius Bardsley Corp. Truman Case Corp. Norman Case Drummer Nathaniel Carpenter Fifer, John Hardin Privates Benjamin, Daniel Carpenter, Alfred Case, Ralph Davis, Eleazar Ely, Peter Gibson, Samuel Herrick, Septemus Higgins, Ebenezer Higgins, Josiah Keys, Talmon Millhiser, Phillip Patton, William Pierce, Ariel Powers, Luther Ryan, Edward Scribner Elias Shaw, Benjamin Skeels, Reuben Tuller, Roswell, Jr. Vinning, Elver Watson, William Zimmerman,...

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Roll Of Capt. Robert Reid’s Company

(Probably from Delaware County) Served from July 28, until Sept 6, 1813. Capt. Robert Reid Lieut. John Hedges Ensign, John Cole Lieut. George Teagarden Sergt. Joshua Hedges Sergt. Henry Bennet Sergt. James Tollman Corp. John Childs Corp. Benjamin Smith Sergt. Isaac Hoffhines Corp. Isaiah Bell Sergt. James Lallern Corp. John Reid Sergt. James Reid Sergt. John Winterstein Sergt. Missamore Privates Anderson, John Bell, Abner Bell, James Bennet, Henry Bishop, William Briner, John Brinker, George Brown, Samuel Brown, William Burgett, Jacob Burton, Bazel Butlinger, George Butlinger, John Champ, John Champ, William Clark, William Cock, David Cole, Joshua Columber, Richard Coonrad, Henry Cup, Phillip Cupt, Conrad Cuttler Jonothan Cuttler, Enos Edwards, William Fridley, Lewis Gibson, James Gothrop, Richard Hagerman, Thomas Hardesty, Richard Hatten, Charles Hayes, Luther Henry, Enoch HIland, John Hughes, Jesse Kilwell, James King, Trueman KuikendalI, George Kuikendall, John Lape, John Lofer, John McLane, Zechariah Meet, Bazel Miller, Joseph Miller, Peter Moore, Elijah Morris, Jacob Nigh, George Nigh, Jacob Noys, John Paul, Zechariah Punches, George Punches, Peter Shoup, Jacob Smith, Henry Sockrider, John Stultz, Henry Swishen, John Swisher, Abraham Teagarden, Jacob Turner, Daniel Writter,...

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Biographical Sketch of N. R. Duer

N. R. Duer, farmer and school-teacher; P. O. Oakland; born in Fairfield Co., Ohio, May 13, 1832, where he attended school and engaged in farming until he attained his majority, when he engaged in school-teaching one year; he then entered the Ohio Wesleyan University, located at Delaware, which he attended for upward of two years; he then engaged in farming and school-teaching in Ohio, until 1862, when he emigrated to Illinois and located in Clark Co., where he followed teaching and farming until 1864, when he located in Coles Co., and engaged in teaching in Oakland one year, and one year in East Oakland Tp.; he then returned to Clark Co., and for three years was employed in teaching in Clark and Cumberland Cos.; he then engaged in the drug-trade, at Farmington, Coles Co., which business he followed until the fall of 1875, when he engaged in drug trade at Oakland, with N. R. Moore, under the firm name of Duer & Moore, which business continued until March, 1878, when he sold his interest and again resumed farming and school-teaching. He married, Aug. 14, 1861, to Jane Elder: she was born in Ohio July 19, 1838; died Oct. 5, 1862, leaving no children; his marriage with Celia E. Ferguson was celebrated July 21. 1863; she was born in Clark Co. April 15, 1842; they have four children now living...

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Biographical Sketch of John Burwell

John Burwell, retired farmer; P. O. Oakland; born in Morris Co., N. J., Feb. 1, 1813, where he engaged in the manufacture of wrought iron until 19 years of age, when he emigrated West and engaged at his trade in the States of Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio, until 1840, when he abandoned his trade and located upon his farm in Delaware Co., Ohio, where he lived until 1851, when, selling his farm, he emigrated West and located in Embarrass Tp., Edgar Co., Ill., purchasing a farm of 480 acres, which he worked until the spring of 1856, when he removed to Oakland, where he has since continued to live, with the exception of two years which he spent upon his farm; he owns 310 acres of prairie and timber land in Coles Co., Ill., and 320 acres in Henry Co., near Newton, Kan. He married Sept. 19, 1833, to Missouri Thorp; she was born in Franklin Co., Ohio; she died in 1853, leaving five children – Amos, Mary, Moses, John, Alice. His marriage with Lucy Ann Terhune was celebrated Sept. 19, 1853; she was born in Johnson Co., Ind.; she died in 1856, leaving one child, since deceased. He married April 18, 1857, for his third wife, Nannie McCrum; she was born in Huntingdon Co., Penn., Oct. 3, 1820; one child was the fruit of this union-Frank P., born...

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Biographical Sketch of N. P. Smith

N. P. Smith, dealer in books, stationery, etc., Oakland; born in Delaware Co., Ohio, Jan. 6, 1847, where he attended school until 16 years of age, when he removed to Pickaway Co., where he attended school one year; he then attended at Delaware City, where he entered the Wesleyan University, where he remained eighteen months; in 1866, he located in Shelby Co., Ill., and for five years engaged from four to six months during the fall and winter in teaching school, and the balance of the season farming and dealing in farm implements and machinery; he then engaged in the book and stationery trade at Shelbyville with T. E. Lapham for a short time, when, in 1873, he located at Oakland in the above business, under the firm name of Lapham & Smith, continuing the same for six months, when he purchased the interest of his partner, since which time he has continued the business alone; his business card will be found in the business directory of Oakland, in another part of this work. His marriage with Minerva Gollogher was celebrated Sept. 30, 1869; she was born in Shelby Co., Ill., Sept. 9, 1847; they have four children now living by this union, viz., Orrin L., Jennie, Edith and...

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Biographical Sketch of Dr. William H. Park

Dr. Park is a son of John and Elizabeth (Waggoner) Park, and was born January 8th, 1825, at Milton, Pennsylvania. When he was about six years of age his parents moved to Tiffin, Ohio. He was educated at Tiffin and at the Wesleyan University, at Delaware, Ohio. In the spring of 1855 he graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. He was appointed resident physician at the alms house of the city of Baltimore, Md., but soon after returned to Tiffin, Ohio. In August, 1862, he was commissioned as surgeon of the 49th Ohio Regiment, Col. W. H. Gibson. He was mustered out at Victoria, Texas, in Nov. 1865. He was at the battle of Shiloh, Stone River, Liberty Gap and Chickanaauga. He was captured and taken to Atlanta, and afterwards confined at Libby Prison and at Andersonville. Afterward he was at the battle of Nashville and went with the army to San Antonio, Texas. In May, 1866, he came to Greene county, Missouri, and settled upon Leeper prairie, near Bois D’Arc, and was one of the first to settle upon that celebrated prairie after the war. He followed his profession and at one time owned about seven hundred acres of land. He came to Springfield in September, 1881. He is now of the firm of T. E. Crank & Co., druggists, of North Springfield, and at Golden City....

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