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Colonel James Campbell (b. - c.1814)

Colonel James Campbell died in the service at Mobile, Alabama during the War of 1812.

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Colonel John B. Campbell (1777 - 1814)

John B. Campbell (March 13, 1777– August 28, 1814) was a soldier during the War of 1812, most famous for his expedition to destroy the Miami Indian villages along the Mississinewa River and pe...

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Gov. Joseph Duncan, U.S. Congress (1794 - 1844)

Joseph Duncan (February 22, 1794 – January 15, 1844) was an Illinois politician. He served as the sixth Governor of Illinois from 1834 to 1838, the only Whig to ever govern the state. Before b...

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John Reynolds, Governor (1788 - 1865)

) John Reynolds (February 26, 1788 – May 8, 1865) was a United States politician from the state of Illinois. He was one of the original four justices of the Illinois Supreme Court, 1818–...

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William Flewellen (1787 - 1855)

Flewellen, William. Served in the War of 1812. Mustered 21 Aug 1813 Captain Samuel S. Steele's Troop of Light Dragoons, Major Frederick's Squadron of Georgia Cavalry. Appointed Sgt. Major 25 Septembe...

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Daniel Azro Ashley Buck, US Congress (1789 - 1841)

US Congressman from Vermont. He attended Vermont's Middlebury College and graduated from West Point in 1808, receiving a commission as Lieutenant in the US Army's Engineer Corps. He resigned in 181...

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Jacob Bailey (1726 - 1815)

Revolutionary War General. He moved to Hampstead, New Hampshire, and was a Captain with the British in the French and Indian War, later receiving promotion to Colonel. He settled in Newbury, Vermont in...

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Joshua Avery MP (c.1760 - c.1857)

Added by E.C. Nickerson about this Ancestor- AREY-AVERY Avery was used as an alternate spelling for AREY on some parts of Cape Cod. ** Joshua Arey *Continental Soldier Of The Line** Boys Of Harwich- At...

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Rev. Elishu Milliken (1785 - 1864)

Fought in the Battle of New Orleans under Andrew Jackson, 1814. ____________________ Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 Name: Elihu Milliken Spouse: Nancy Huck Marriage Date: 24 Sep 1808 ...

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Adam Rinehart (1788 - 1855)

War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815 about Adam Rinehart: Soldier: Adam Rinehart Widow: Mary Rinehart Pension Number - #1: WC 3789 Pension Number - #2: WC 3789 Roll Number: 79 Archive...

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William Darling (1788 - 1855)

Enlised in War of 1812. Encamped at Sandusky, OH.

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Solomon Myers (1787 - 1844)

Served in the War of 1812. from:

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Capt. Justus Barnes MP (1787 - 1861)

From his Find A Grave Page: Justus Barnes was born in Litchfield, Connecticut, Mar. 17, 1787. He was married to Annie Sedgewick in 1812. They settled in Portage County, Ohio, but moved to Riggles T...

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Maj. Michael Mead MP (1781 - 1845)

From Mead Family Ancestry by Jim German Michael Mead, the eldest son of Michael and Martha (Potter) Mead was born in 1781 in Saratoga County, New York. Prior to 1809, Michael, a single man, moved t...

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Col. Wait Wright, Sr. MP (1783 - 1866)

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David Macklin Tate, Sr. (c.1790 - c.1852)

From: David Macklin Tate (son of Robert Tate and Martha Tate) was born 1790 in Orange, North Carolina, and died February 18, 1852 in Monroe, Illinois. He married Elizabeth Clampett on August 28, 1817...

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Gen. Thompson Mead MP (1774 - 1851)

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James C. Carpenter MP (1795 - 1854)

Notes for James C. Carpenter: James came to Kentucky at an early age with his family. He was drafted at Cumberland County, Kentucky, about April 1, 1814, into an infantry company commanded by Edward ...

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Pvt Peter Stults (1775 - 1841)

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John Harris, Commandant of the USMC (1793 - 1864)

John Harris (May 20, 1793–May 12, 1864) was the sixth Commandant of the Marine Corps. He served in the Marine Corps for over 50 years, attaining the rank of colonel. Harris was born in East ...

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Lt. Colonel Anthony Gale (USMC) (1782 - 1843)

Anthony Gale was the fourth Commandant of the United States Marine Corps and the only one ever fired. Fewer records survive concerning him than any other Commandant. He is the only Commandant for who...

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Jacob Armentrout (1800 - 1878)

From: The Armentrout Family History: 1789-1978 by Rusell S. Armentrout 6-1-6 JACOB ERMENTRAUDT (Plate VII) b: 18 June 1800, Rock. Co., Va.; d: 10 July 1878, Cedar Co., Iowa; m: 4 Apr 1825, Rock. Co.,...

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Captain Nathaniel G. S. Hart (c.1784 - 1813)

Nathaniel Gray Smith Hart (c. 1784 – January 23, 1813), often Nathaniel G. S. Hart was a prominent well-connected Kentucky lawyer who, as Captain of the Lexington Light Infantry during the War...

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Capt. Godfrey Isbell MP (c.1753 - 1816)

DAR Ancestor #: A201939 Service: NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): CAPTAIN, CIVIL SERVICE, PATRIOTIC SERVICE * Revolutionary War soldier, North Carolina Militia. * Battle of King's Mountai...

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Capt. Samuel Tucker (1747 - 1833)

Samuel Tucker (1 November 1747 – 10 March 1833) was an officer in the Continental Navy and the United States Navy. Born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, Tucker began his naval career in the sprin...

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John Hankins MP (c.1760 - c.1835)

John Hankins was born abt 1760 in Frederick County, Virginia [2946]. He died aft. 1833 in Hopkins County, Kentucky [2947] Parents: may have been William Hankins & Jane Sharp but further research is n...

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Lieutenant-Colonel Sir James Malcolm, KCB (1767 - 1849)

) Lieutenant-Colonel Sir James Malcolm, KCB, was a Scottish officer of the British Royal Marines who served in the American Revolutionary War, in the Napoleonic Wars, and with noteworthy distinction ...

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Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm GCB GCMG (1768 - 1838)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm GCB GCMG (1768–1838) was a British naval officer. He was born at Douglan, near Langholm, Scotland, on 20 February 1768, the third so...

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William Stiger (1773 - 1815)

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Col. Robert Howard (1767 - 1850)

Col. Robert Howard served in the War of 1812.

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Col. Joseph Bee (1742 - 1815)

Col. Joseph Bee served in the Revolution under the command of General Francis Marion as well as others. Bee was also a Colonel in the War of 1812 and family history has it that when the British occupie...

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Adam Bingaman (1767 - 1819)

Military Service: Adam was a Sgt. in Capt. Wilkins Rifle Co., MS. Militia.|Source: Roll Bx.17, Roll Ex.ct. 602, from Ancestry.Com|In 1815 Adam was a member of a Company of riflemen who took part in the...

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Abel Thompson (1775 - 1818)

From: !MARRIAGE: From Vital Records of Bowdoin, Maine to the year 1892; 1944: PR11 (Bible and framed records in possession of Mrs. J. H. Cox): THOMPSON, Abel of B and Mary HAYNES of Bowdoinham, int 7...

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General Sir Edward Nicolls, KCB (1779 - 1865)

General Sir Edward Nicolls, KCB (1779 – 5 February 1865) was an Irish officer of the Royal Marines. Known as "Fighting Nicolls", he had a distinguished career, was involved in numerous actions...

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Andrew Yearwood (1775 - 1860)

From Andrew Yearwood was the only Yearwood in Georgia according to the 1820 census, and is believed to be the grandfather of most Yearwoods who trace their history to Georgia. Andrew received two d...

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William Brown (1791 - 1875)

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about William Brown Name: William Brown Gender: Male Birth Place: Ir Birth Year: 1792 Spouse Name: Nancy R Spouse Birth Place: SC ...

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Thomas Bouldin, III (1762 - 1840)

U.S., War of 1812 Service Records, 1812-1815 about Thomas Bouldin Name: Thomas Bouldin Company: 64 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. Rank - Induction: CORPORAL Rank - Discharge: CORPORAL Roll Bo...

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John Westcott (1766 - 1819)

John Westcott was an officer in the War of 1812. Mary Bennett was his second wife.

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Cornelius Holliman, Sr. (1792 - 1862)

31 October 1850 CORNELIUS HOLLIMAN War of 1812. . . .Pension photostat. . . .W C 30-425. . . .The State of Alabama, County of Marion. On this 31st day of October one thousand eight Hundred and fifty Pe...

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Stephen Chambers Henry, M.D. (1786 - 1834)

from Find A Grave Memorial# 82946725 Dr. Stephen C. Henry was a noted physician and surgeon. He was the first child and son of Jane Chambers and John Joseph Henry, a prominent lawyer, judge and Ame...

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Judge John George Jackson, US Congress (1777 - 1825)

) John George Jackson (September 22, 1777 – March 28, 1825) was a U.S. Representative and federal judge from Virginia, the son of George Jackson, brother of Edward B. Jackson, and grandfather ...

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Edward B. Jackson (1793 - 1826)

Edward Brake Jackson (January 25, 1793 – September 8, 1826) was a U.S. Representative from Virginia, son of George Jackson and brother of John G. Jackson. Born in Clarksburg, Virginia (now W...

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Kelly Chase (c.1794 - c.1881)

Lucretia Eldredge Applied and received pension For Husband kelly Chase War 1812- Application Dated 12-10-1812

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William Fine (1781 - 1865)

(6). William Fine b.       1781    d.Sep  9 1865 m. Catherine Sively Apr  2 1807 " ... Thomas and Agnes FINE, were the parents of several children, on...

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Col. James Henry (1783 - 1867)

Col. in PA State Militia; participated in War of 1812.

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Stephen Grover Burnett (Veteran-War of 1812) (1796 - 1861)

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Adam Larrabee (1787 - 1869)

Adam Larrabee (1787–1869), was a West Point graduate and an accomplished soldier, who served with distinction in the War of 1812.

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Truman Leonard (1784 - 1826)

Truman Leonard was born in Worthington, Hampshire, Massachusetts, on March 23, 1784 and was the eldest son of Ezra Leonard and Hannah Marsh. Truman married on June 1, 1811 to Roxanna Allis, who was bor...

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Captain John Shaw (1773 - 1823)

) John Shaw (1773 – 17 September 1823) was a Captain in the early years of the United States Navy. Biography He was born at Mountmellick, County Laois, Ireland, in 1773, and moved to the U...

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Rear Admiral Francis Gregory (USN) (1789 - 1866)

Francis Hoyt Gregory (October 9, 1789 – October 4, 1866) was an officer in the United States Navy during the War of 1812 through to the Civil War, serving then as a Rear Admiral. Early life;...

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Archibald Yell, 2nd Gov. of Arkansas MP (1797 - 1847)

From the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture: Archibald Yell (1797?–1847, Second Governor (1840–1844) Archibald Yell, a larger than life and colorful figure in Arkansas h...

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Pvt. Asa Pearson Tate (1793 - 1865)

Asa Pearson Tate , son of Mr. Pearson and Phoebe Callaway, was born about 1795 in South Carolina. His father died within a couple years of his birth and his mother then married John Tate, who informall...

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William King, Governor (1768 - 1852)

) William King (February 9, 1768 – June 17, 1852) was an American merchant, shipbuilder, army officer, and statesman from Bath, Maine. A proponent of statehood for Maine, he became its first G...

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Gov. Daniel Dunklin (1790 - 1844)

Daniel Dunklin (January 14, 1790 – August 25, 1844) was the fifth Governor of Missouri, serving from 1832 to 1836. He also served as the state's third Lieutenant Governor. Dunklin is considere...

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Solomon Ray (1792 - 1869)

Solomon Ray served in the War of 1812 from Greenville County SC. Solomon and Elizabeth Lock Ray were living in Greenville County South Carolina in 1820 census. They later moved to Fayette County Alabam...

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Charles K. Williams, Governor (1782 - 1853)

Charles Kilbourne Williams (January 24, 1782 – March 9, 1853) was an American lawyer and politician. He served as Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court from 1834 to 1846 and as Governor o...

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Gen. Elkanah Bliss MP (1770 - 1845)

From his Find A Grave page: Gen Elkanah Bliss Birth: Mar. 11, 1770 - Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, USA Death: Sep. 25, 1845 - New York, USA General Elkanah Bliss was the son ...

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Brevet Brig. General Charles Gratiot (1786 - 1855)

Charles Gratiot, Jr. (August 29, 1786 – May 18, 1855) was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He was the son of Charles Gratiot, Sr., a fur trader in the Illinois country during the American Revoluti...

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Samuel Shepherd (1790 - 1877)

Samuel Shepherd – A True Pioneer and American Hero Samuel Shepherd , (son of David Shepherd, born 1750, in Catskill county, New York, and Diodama Hopkins) was born 10 November 1790 at Castleto...

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Franklin Wharton, US Marine Corps Commandant MP (1767 - 1818)

From his Find A Grave page: Franklin Wharton, 3rd Marine Corps Commandant Birth: Jul. 23, 1767 Death: Sep. 1, 1818 United States Marine Corps Commandant. Born in Philadelphia, Penns...

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Samuel K. Salter MP (1779 - 1844)

Samuel K. Salter was the son of Samuel Salter and wife Bridget Shea. He as born December 31, 1779 in Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He married Susan (unk). Samuel served in the War of 1812,...

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William A. Truesdale (1795 - 1826)

TRUESDALE, William A. Husband of Mary nee JORDAN – m. 10 Nov 1815 in Trumbull (now Mahoning) Co. OH Son of John and Hannah Robinson Truesdale B. 1795 in Washington Co. PA D. 1826 in Austintown T...

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John Jordan, Jr. (1793 - 1856)

Aged 63 years, 1 month, 8 days; migrated from Washington County, Pennsylvania, about 1800 with his parents Captain John and Sarah (Scott) Jordan. Participated in War of 1812, Private, Ohio Militia. ...

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Caleb P. Bennett, Governor (1758 - 1836)

Caleb Prew Bennett (November 11, 1758 – May 9, 1836) was an American soldier and politician from Wilmington, in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a veteran of the American Revolution and the...

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David Hazzard, Governor (1781 - 1864)

David Hazzard (May 18, 1781 – July 8, 1864) was an American merchant and politician from Milton, in Sussex County, Delaware. He was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party, then the Nation...

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Solomon P. Sharp, US Congress (1787 - 1825)

Solomon Porcius Sharp (August 22, 1787 – November 7, 1825) was an American attorney and politician, serving as attorney general of Kentucky and a member of the United States Congress and the K...

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Samuel Ward King, Governor (1786 - 1851)

Samuel Ward King (May 23, 1786 – January 20, 1851) was the 15th Governor of Rhode Island from 1839 to 1843. King was born in Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island to William Borden Kin...

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Lt. William Henry Allen (USN) (1784 - 1813)

William Henry Allen (21 October 1784 – 18 August 1813) was an American naval officer during the War of 1812. Early Life Allen was born in Providence, Rhode Island and was appointed a m...

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Benjamin Howland, U.S. Senator (1755 - 1821)

Benjamin Howland (July 27, 1755 – May 1, 1821) was a United States Senator from Rhode Island. Born in Tiverton, he attended the common schools, engaged in agricultural pursuits, was collector ...

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Marvin Nye (1795 - 1844)

In the war of 1812 he served in the company commanded by Captain Moses Goodman, Jr. He lived in Ashtabula, OH, being among the early settlers in the town of Windsor.

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Joseph Brimhall (1787 - 1854)

1850 Census: Sylvanus Brimhall's 1839 will listing son, Joseph:

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Lewis Lampkin (1775 - 1840)

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Parmenas Briscoe (1784 - 1851)

PARMENUS BRSICOE January 23, 1784 - 1851 Parmenus Briscoe was born in Albermarle County, Virginia to Capt. William Briscoe and Elizabeth Wallace. He was born on January 23, 1784 and died in the Pac...

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Buell Nye (1790 - 1833)

In the War of 1812 he served as Sergeant in Captain John Beach's Company.

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Robert Stockton Shields (1772 - 1835)

Robert Shields was the seventh of the 10 Shields Brothers of Tennessee. (According to John A. Shields) who moved to Floyd County, Indiana in 1808, but soon returned to Tennessee and left many descendan...

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Thomas "Stonehammer" Metcalfe, Governor, U.S. Senator MP (c.1780 - 1855)

United States politician, serving many different posts throughout his life, including U.S. Representative, Senator, and Governor of Kentucky. Metcalfe County, Kentucky was named after him. Born in Fa...

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Governor Joseph Desha (1768 - 1842)

Info added per the DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood published 1895 showing "a soldier in the Revolution at 15 years of age, with Mad Anthony Wayne in '96, a major general ...

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Gabriel Slaughter, Governor MP (1767 - 1830)

Gabriel Slaughter (December 12, 1767 – September 19, 1830) was the seventh Governor of Kentucky and was the first person to ascend to that office upon the death of the sitting governor. His fa...

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James Brown (c.1773 - 1852)

James BROWN BORN: ABT 1773 in PA DIED: 28 Sep 1852 in Georgetown, Vermilion Co., IL OCCUPATION: Farmer BURIAL: Georgetown, Vermilion Co., IL NUMBER OF MARRIAGES: 1 MARRIED TO: Elizabeth YOH...

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Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Stirling RN (1760 - 1833)

Sir Charles Stirling (28 April 1760 – 7 November 1833) was a vice-admiral in the Royal Navy. Early life and career Charles Stirling was born in London on 28 April 1760 and baptised at St...

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Admiral Sir James Stirling (1791 - 1865)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Admiral Sir James Stirling RN (28 January 1791 – 22 April 1865) was a British naval officer and colonial administrator. His enthusiasm and persistence persuade...

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Jeduthan Nye (1788 - 1867)

In the war of 1812, he served in Captain Hezekiah Webster's Company.

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James Hamilton, Jr., Governor (1786 - 1857)

James Hamilton, served as a major in the War of 1812 and was elected Governor of South Carolina in 1830. He became known as "the Great Nullifier" He later moved to Texas where he fought in its war with...

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David Rogerson Williams, Governor (1776 - 1830)

David Rogerson Williams (March 8, 1776 – November 17, 1830) was a Representative in the United States Congress and the 45th Governor of South Carolina from 1814 to 1816. Early life and car...

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Joseph Wells (1787 - 1830)

Find a Grave Birth: 1787 Pittsylvania County Virginia, USA Death: 1830 Pittsylvania County Virginia, USA He is a War of 1812 veteran. He married Sarah Fuller Wells on December 21, 1808 in Pit...

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Thomas S Hicks (1796 - 1870)

Military service in the War Of 1812: I enlisted on 4 January 1814 as a private under Captain Quarles' Virginia Company and was discharged on 11 Apr 1814. I enlisted again 22 July 1814 in Captain Long...

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Midshipman Abraham Phillips, (USN) (1788 - 1813)

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David Hall Bromwell (1783 - 1815)

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Lieut. John Baytop Scott MP (1761 - 1814)

John Baytop Scott DAR Ancestor #: A101648 Service:  VIRGINIA    Rank: LIEUTENANT Birth:  9-26-1761    HALIFAX CO VIRGINIA Death:  2-1-181...

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Gen. John B. Scott MP (1773 - 1839)

Gen. Scott was a brigadier general in the War of 1812. He was a commissioner, legislator and justice of peace in Jefferson County, and was the contractor when a new statehouse was built in Milledgevill...

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"Preacher Billy" Tackett MP (1779 - 1851)

William "Preacher Billy" Tackett was born May 12, 1779 in Savannah River, North Carolina and died Sepember 22,t 1851in Pike Co, Kentucky. He was the son of Phillip Moses Tackett and Sarah Rice. William...

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Jonathan Holt (1748 - 1831)

Jonathan Holt was born on 22 January 1748 at Lunenburg, MA, USA. He married Maria(h) Wheeler. He died on 22 September 1831 at age 83. Jonathan was a cooper. He served 64 days in the War of 1812.

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Maj. Mordecai Myers MP (1776 - 1871)

Major Mordecai Myers: An American-Jewish Hero of the War of 1812 Major Mordecai Myers lived the most compelling life of any Jewish-American of his day. Born to impoverished immigrant parents, he sp...

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John Myers (1787 - 1830)

Was involved in the War of 1812.

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Gen. Nathaniel Greene Taylor (1771 - 1816)

General Nathaniel Taylor (1771–1816), fought at the Battle of New Orleans under Andrew Jackson.

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Major Myer Moses (1779 - 1833)

Elected to the South Carolina State legislature in 1810. A school commissioner and bank director, he served as captain in the First Battalion South Carolina Volunteers and rose to the rank of major in ...

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Gov. George R. Gilmer MP (1790 - 1859)

George Rockingham Gilmer Governor George R. Gilmer George Rockingham Gilmer (April 11, 1790 – November 16, 1859) was an American statesman and politician. He served two non-consecutive ter...

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Gustavus M. Bowles (1784 - 1854)

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Thomas Glasscock, US Congress (1790 - 1841)

Brigadier General, US Congressman. Member of the Georgia State House of Representatives 1821, 1823, 1831, 1834, and 1839, serving as speaker in 1833 and 1834. He was elected as a Jacksonian to the Tw...

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Isaac Minis (1780 - 1856)

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