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Roll Of Capt. John Clark’s Company

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(Probably from Greene County).

Served from October 18, until November 20, 1812, and from August 10, until September 5, 1813.

Capt. John Clark
Lieut. John Blessing
CLieut. Samuel Jenkins
Ensign. Boston Hoblit
Ensign, Robert Breddy
Sergt. James Buckles
Sergt. William Knight
Sergt. John Long
Sergt, Edward Allen
Sergt. James Ross
Sergt. Isaachar Pepper
Sergt, John McElvey
Sergt. Perry Timmons
Corp. James Rowe
Corp, Robert Demis
Corp. Arthur Lavis
Corp. John Dysert
Corp, John Biddle
Corp. James Stephenson
Corp. Thomas Cason
Corp, Benjamin Allen


Amos, Pleasant
Armstrong, John
Biddle, Henry
Blue, Daniel
Brown, William
Brown, Zechariah
Buckles, David
Buckles, Henry
Caldhoon, John
Carroll, Samuel
Clark, William
Cook, James
Cox, John
Cramer, Solomon
Cully, Joseph
Cully, Thomas
Davis, James
Dennis, Jonothan
Dennis, Mathias
Dennis, Samuel
Dougherty, Samuel
Dunwida, John
Dureavida, Samuel
Earl, James
Ennis, Samuel
Flowers, Aaron
Griffith, Benjamin
Hamilton, William
Hibbs, Abner
Howard, Nicholas
Jones, Joshua
Jones, Lewis
Jones, Thomas
Lackey, John
Lanime, William
Lewis, Jesse
Lewis, Joel
Logue, John
McArthur, Duncan
McKee, Joseph
McKnight, Robert
Meekins, John
Meriman, Joshua
Merriman, Aaron
Miller, Charles
Mills, Constantine
Miniar, Phillip
Miniar, Stephen
Porter, James
Rayburn, William
Rice, Pitch
Ridle, James
Rodgers, John
Sackett, Joseph
Sanders, Jesse
Smith, Jacob
Smith, Thomas
Thorn, Jacob
Walker, Charles
Warfield, Richard
Whickear, Asa
Wiley, Jesse
Williams, Gammage
Worthington, Ephraim
Worthington, John

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. Web. 25 August 2016.
- Last updated on Jun 29th, 2011

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