1 edition of Revolutionary War veterans of Greene County, Ohio found in the catalog.
Revolutionary War veterans of Greene County, Ohio
Julie M. Overton
|Other titles||Greene County Revolutionary War veterans|
|Statement||edited by Julie Overton|
|Contributions||Ohio Genealogical Society. Greene Co. Chapter|
|LC Classifications||F497.G7 R48 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2010681300|
These coordinates will take you to a marker listing the names of 17 Revolutionary War veterans buried in this quiet cemetery. The first name listed, William Bull Sr. is my great(6) grandfather. His grave is on the southwestern side of the cemetery. My father has traced our family history in Ohio back to William. Revolutionary War Graves of Soldiers Buried in New York, whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution of N.Y.. Please note: This is a work in progress, and these lists may be very incomplete. Greene County, Georgia was formed on February 3, , from land given by Washington County. It was named in honor of General Nathaniel Greene, a hero of the American Revolutionary of its early settlers were veterans of the war for Independence. ROBERT COVENHOVEN was born in Monmouth County, New Jersey, December 7, to Albert Covenhoven. Covenhoven lived in an area that could not legally arbitrate these disputes. He squatted on 'Indian lands' outside the western jurisdiction of Pennsylvania and thus beyond the boundaries of the law.
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Description: x, pages: maps ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Greene County Revolutionary War veterans: Responsibility. Revolutionary War Veterans of Greene County, Ohio Source Citation: Overton, Julie M., "Revolutionary War Veterans of Greene County, Ohio," (Greene County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, Greene County Chapter, Xenia, Ohio, ).
Greene County in the war: being a history of the Seventy-fourth Regiment, with sketches of the Twelfth, Ninety-fourth, One hundred and tenth, One hundred and fifty- fourth Regiment and the Tenth Ohio Battery, embracing anecdotes, incidents and narratives of the camp, march, and battlefield, and the author's experience while in the ArmyFamily History Library.
This is an index of 8, veterans of the American Revolutionary War who lived in Ohio and who may have been buried in this state. This is a work-in-progress and it will expand as new information is found. The index contains the name of the veteran, the counties where he lived and died, his rank, type of service, and the unit in which he served.
GREENE CO., OHIO: Civil War Rosters - Greene Co. More Civil War Rosters - Greene Co. AUGLAIZE COUNTY, OHIO - Military Records for Philipine War: HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO - Military Rosters - Added 3/11/ MAHONING COUNTY, OHIO - Roll of Honor in War of Rebellion - Updated 10/12/ The official roster of the soldiers of the American revolution buried in the state of Ohio by Ohio.
Adjutant general's dept. [from old catalog]; Daughters of the American revolution. : Full text of "History of Greene County, Ohio; embracing the organization of the county, its division into townships, sketches of local interest gleaned from the pioneers from totogether with a roster of the soldiers of the Revolution and the War ofwho were residing in the county, also, a roster of ten thousand of the early settlers from to ".
Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (from National Archives Microfilm Publication M) Revolutionary War Rolls, (M), and other historical records.
Revolutionary War Records at FamilySearch. The Veterans Service Office provides VA claims assistance to veterans and their dependents as well as emergency financial assistance to eligible veterans and their dependents.
We also provide door to door transportation to and from the VA Medical Center for Greene County veterans. This video has been restricted from playback on this domain. Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio Source: The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in the state of Ohio Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Adjutant Generals Dept.
Publ. - pgs. Soldier in Revolutionary War. Settled in Ohio. Compilation of more thanrecords of Massachusetts soldiers and sailors serving in the Army or Navy during the Revolutionary War.
Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books. A collection of volumes containing nearly million names. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, – Greene County is a county located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of of the census, the population wasIts county seat is Xenia.
The county was established on Ma and named for General Nathanael Greene, an officer in the Revolutionary War. Greene County is part of the Dayton, OH Metropolitan Statistical AreaCongressional district: 10th.
Nathanael Greene (August 7 [O.S. July 27] – Jsometimes misspelled Nathaniel) was a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary emerged from the war with a reputation as General George Washington's most gifted and dependable officer, and is known for his successful command in the southern theater of the : Johnson Square, Savannah, Georgia, U.S.
This is an incomplete list of military confrontations that have occurred within the boundaries of the modern US State of Ohio since European contact. The region was part of New France from –, ruled by Great Britain from –, and part of the United States of America –present. Several wars that have directly affected the region including the French and Indian War ( War of Discharge Certificates Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt.
Alexander Gibson's Co. Henry Blunt, Edward. Ohio Greene County Torch-Light (Xenia, Ohio), 25 Decemberpage 1. Pawling, Albert () New York Daily Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 15 Novemberpage 2.
Peck, Daniel () Colorado, New York Centinel of Freedom (Newark, New Jersey), 19 Januarypage 3 Columbian Register (New Haven, Connecticut), Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission Historical Markers In the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission designated the location of a number of Revolutionary War and War of markers along the roadways that existed from near Toledo to Cincinnati as parts of the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail network.
State Route 97 West Bellville, OH Phone: Fax: Excerpt from "Revolutionary War Veterans of Greene County Ohio", published by Greene County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society,pgs BACKGROUND: Born Jan. 31, in Sinn, Hessen, Germany, son of Johann Friedrich and Anna Elizabeth (Peter) Ruppert.
SERVICE: Recruited into the Hessian Hanauischen : Folck Cemetery, Fairborn, Greene County, Ohio. The Greene County Pioneer is a regularly released publication by the Greene County Genealogical Society containing scholarly works and other articles related to our region.
Click below to access an index which summarizes the contents of each article going back to Pennsylvania Military Records. USA (1,) > Pennsylvania (62,) > Pennsylvania Military Records (1,) Statewide Military Records. Revolutionary War Pensioner Census Ancestry. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, in the Army of the United States Ancestry.
A brief history of the Fourth Pennsylvania Veteran Cavalry, embracing organization, reunions, dedication. [ digital copy] [ text copy] Published Roster of Ohio soldiers in the War of [ digital copy ] [ text copy ] Published History of Greene County, Ohio; sketches of local interest gleaned from the pioneers from totogether with a roster of the soldiers of the Revolution and the War of Summit County Revolutionary and Civil War Veterans, contributed by Stephanie Ebel Automated form to submit a pension U S GenWeb Archives Project Notice: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the internet, data may be used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material.
InTennessee became part of the Territory South of the Ohio River, and in was granted statehood. After the War, hundreds more Revolutionary War veterans streamed into Tennessee, their total number unknown, but with over 2, known pensioners alone by (Federal Pension Rolls).
Civil War Veterans in Census: Aug 7 kb Mike Edge Colored Soldiers & Sailors, Aug 11 kb Mike Edge Pvt. William Farmer: Dec 1 kb: Guy Potts Pvt. Bennett C. Fields: Dec 1 kb: Guy Potts Pvt. Robert C. Fields: Dec 1 kb: Guy Potts Greene County Confederate Veterans, Jun Photo: Mike Edge.
Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Monongalia County, W. Morgantown, WV: Colonel John Evans Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Abstracted records for 75 veterans, includes genealogical information gleaned from probate records and marriage bonds.
Richard Grimes. The records show that one Richard Grimes served as a private in Captain Henry Darby's company of Colonel Hazlet's Delaware regiment, revolutionary war. He enlisted Januand he was discharged Janu He was the uncle of the late Greer B. Grimes, of Monroe Township, Adams County, Ohio.
Washington County, Pa., Frontier Rangers, Washington County, Pa., Rangers, Revolutionary War burials of Greene County, Pa., Revolutionary War burials of. After thirty years: a complete roster, by townships, of Greene County, Ohio soldiers in the late Civil War; Alabama Civil War Muster Rolls, ; Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers; Alabama Soldiers in the Korean War, ; Alabama, Census of Confederate Soldiers,; Alabama, Civil War Soldiers, A page out of Revolutionary War Veterans of Greene County, Ohio by Julie Overton shows John C.
Campbell and has information about Hester Clark and their children. It was put out by the Greene County Historical Society. Has anyone ever found out who was the parents of the Campbell children John C., James Douglas, Hester, Mary and Samuel. There are five Revolutionary War Veterans; three War of Veterans and two Civil War veterans all interred at the cemetery.
One of Bellbrook's earliest undertakers was John M. Stake. A former cabinet-maker from Maryland, Stake was one of the first men in the township to have a hearse.
After thirty years; A complete roster by townships, of Greene County Ohio soldiers in the late civil war [Group, Books] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After thirty years; A complete roster by townships, of Greene County Ohio soldiers in the late civil warFirst published: 14 May, Military Records of Athens County, Ohio - presented by Genealogy Trails.
Your best source for FREE genealogy information for family research in Athens County,Ohio, always updating, always free. U.S. War Bounty Land Warrants, This database contains bounty land warrants issued to veterans of the U.S.
Revolutionary War between andand to veterans of the War of between and It also contains some related papers of the Revolutionary War warrants that date to as late as Burials of Revolutionary War Veterans in Indiana. Submitted by Meredith Thompson. This index was extracted from a series of 22 rolls of National Archives microfilm, titled "Headstones provided for deceased Union Civil War Veterans, ca.
- ca. Contrary to the microfilm's title, it covers more than the Civil War. Pennsylvania’s revolutionary soldiers had many opportunities to show the general such passion. Between andPennsylvanians fought in key battles and experienced all the hardships of war.
They crossed the Delaware with Washington and took part in the battles of Trenton and Princeton in late and early Excerpt from "Revolutionary War Veterans of Greene County Ohio", published by Greene County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society,pg BACKGROUND: Born 14 Jun in Virginia, daughter of Edward and Mary Mercer of Berkeley County, Virginia SERVICE: Supplied pounds of mutton to soldiers HUSBAND: Married Thomas Babb on 17 Mar He.
REV. WAR BURIALS GREENE COUNTY, PA. Revolutionary War Burials Old Washington County included Greene County. in Anderson, Daniel (Jacob) Anderson Cemetery Cumberland Township Anderson, John Anderson Cemetery Perry Township Armstrong, Abram Armstrong Cemetery Cumberland Township Armstrong, John Armstrong Cemetery Cumberland Township Bane, Ellis.
revolutionary war soldier of. greene county, tennessee. this family history has been compiled from primary source documents. in arkansas, illinois, indiana, kansas, missouri, nebraska, ohio, oklahoma, tennessee and virginia; the and the land grants by the state of the book, first settlers and soldiers of greene county.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Page 48 - War period, History of Greene County, Ohio: Its People, Industries and Institutions, Volume 1 History of Greene County, Ohio: Reviews: 1.
Gentzel or Gensell, Adam; corporal in Captain Joseph Hiester's company, flying camp, from Berks county, August, Grirlen, James, Jun'r; private in Captain George Jenkins' company, second regiment, Pennsylvania line.
Hummell, Frederick; appointed in charge of the manufacture of guns at Hammelstown, to rank as captain, Septem James Walter () – Revolutionary War Soldier was buried in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio Darling-Swayze-Walter By Don Taylor. In my searches for information on my wife’s 4 th great-grandfather, James Walker (), I kept running into a source that seemed to be the source used in many other people’s trees but was not cited.
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