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Official Roster
of
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. 1929 - 1341 pgs.

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BABBET, STEPHEN Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. in Moor's Company, N.J.  New Jersey Men in the Rev. p. 494. 
Married:  Mary ____. 
Buried:  Cornersburg. 
Came to Mahoning Co., early in 1800. 
Further Information: Mahoning Chap.
BACKUS, ELILJAH Washington Co.
  Capt. Connecticut Militia 1781.
Born: 1726, Norwich, Conn.
Died 1798
Buried: Marietta.
Ref: National No. 16434, Vol. 17, p. 162, D. A. R. Lin.
BACKUS, SAMUEL Trumbull Co.
  Lived at Nelson, Portage Co.
Enlisted at Ashford, Connecticut 1782 in a volunteer Matross Co. under Capt. Benj. Durkee.  Was at Fort Trumbull.
Born: 17864
Died: 1854
Pension 1832 from Frumbull Co. for services as Pvt. Connecticut line
Ref: Natl. No. 43429, Vol. 44, p. 163, D. A. R. Line
BACON, RICHARD Clark Co.
  Pvt. in Capt H Well's Company.  Col. Erastus Wolcott Regt. Conn. Tr. 1776;
Pvt. in Capt. Wyllyn's Company.  Col. S. B. Webbs Regt. Conn. Tr. 1777, Pvt. in Capt. Hopkin's Copany same Regt. 1781.
Br. Feb. 1757, Middletown, Conn.
Parents:  Zaccheus, Bacon, Mercy Hubbard Bacon.
Mar. Annie Fosdick, Wetherfield, Conn. Dec. 26, 1784.
Children:
  Richard,
  Henry,
  George,
  Charles,
  Allyn,
  John,
  Samuel,
D. Nov. 2, 1822 Dayton O.
Bur. Ferncliffe, Springfield, O. on lot 20, Sec. #.
MI:  "In memory of Capt. Richard Bacon who died Nov. 2, 1822 aged 65 years."
GM by Family Monument.
Was prisoner in Old Dutch Church, New York City.
Ref:  Records of Conn. Men in Rev. War.  pp. 248, 332, 383.
Further Information: Legonda Chap.
BADGER, JOSEPH, REV. Wood Co.
  Enl. in Mass. Mil. at 19 yrs of age and sesrved 4 yrs.
Br. Feb. 28, 1857.
D. Apr. 5, 1846.
Bur. Perrysburg Cem., Maumee, O.
GM erected by Synod of Western Reserve.  First Missionary upon the Western Reserve.
Ref: Vol. 2, p. 662, Howe's Historical Coll.  Ohion and "Ashtabula Sentinel" Ashtabula, O. by Mrs. Dana Jones, Erie, Pa.
Further Information: Ursula Wolcot Chap.
BAILY, DANIEL Miami Co.
  Bur. Raper Chapel.
GM: by Miami Chap with bronze marker in 1904.
Further Information: Miami Chap.
BAILEY, DAVID Trumbull Co.
  Bur. Hubbard, O. 
Unable to locate grave; many stones thrown out, and many inscriptions obliterated.
Will probated Nov. 1836.
Ref.: Baldwin Library, Youngstown, O., by Miss Kyle.
Further Information: Mary Chesney Chap.
BAILEY, GEORGE Pickaway Co.
  Enl. 1776, in Capt. Zachariah Maccubins Company of Tr. in Continental Line.
Br. 1750. Mar. Nancy D., Pickaway Co. O.
Ref: Natl. No. 68593, Vol. 69, p. 213, D. A. R. Lin.
BAILEY, JARED Guernsey Co.
  Pvt. and Corp. Capt. Benj. Hopkins' Company, Col. John Topham's Regt. and also in Sullivans Life Guard.
Enl. Apr. 11, 1778.
Br. Aug. 20, 1758, New London, Conn.
Mar. Elizabeth Apr. 7/1758.
Children:
  Sidney,
  Betty,
  John,
  Nancy.
D. Aug. 26, 1839. Center Twp., Guernsey Co., O.
Bur. on his farm in Center Twp.., Guernsey Co., O.
He was granted military land in Center Twp. Guernsey Co. described as follows:  Part of Sec. 17, Military Lot 20 south half, Range 2 Twp. 1.
Farmer.
Ref: Records of War Dept. Washington D. C.  State Records Providence, R. I.
Mrs. Alice Hutton, Byesville, O.
Further Information: Anna Asbury Stone Chap.
BAILEY, SILAS, CO. Lake Co.
  Pvt. in Capt. Artemas How's Company, Apr. 19, 1775.
Served 24 days under Capt. Jonathan Houghton during Oct and Nov. 1776.
Was second Lt. in Col. Josiah Whitney's Regt.
Br. 1754. Mass.
Children:
  Rev. Jacob Bailey.
D. July 9, 1845, Perry, Lake Co., O.
Bur. Perry, O.
G. M. by New Connecticut Chapt.
Further Information: New Connecticut Chapt.
BAIN, JERMIAH Butler Co.
  Bur. Lehigh Center, Ross Twp.
Further Information: John Reily Chap.
BAINTER, JACOB Muskingum Co.
  Bur. New Hope Lutheran Cem., Salem Twp.
GM Headmarkers give names and state: "Revolutionary".
Further Information: Muskingum Chap.
BAIRD, GEORGE Summit Co.
  Name appears in Westmoreland Co. P. Mil.
Br. 1750.
Mar. Hannah (D. Sept. 8, 1815.)
D. Apr. 6, 1823.
Bur. White farm, Springfield Twp.
Came to Springfield, Summit Co., O. 1809, with family;
Charter member of Presbyterian Church.
Further Information: Cuyahoga Portage Chap.
BAIRD, WILLIAM Clark Co.
  Guarded pioneer in Hessian Camps.
Br. Mch. 16, 1762, Hagarstown, Md.
Parents:  Maj. Wm. Baird, member of Committee of Observation and delegate to convention Sept. 14, 1775.
Mar. Dorothy Kammerrer.
Children:
  Hester,
  Susannah,
  Elizabeth,
  Elizabeth,
  Mary Ann,
  Peter C.,
  John,
  William D.
D. Mch. 9, 1837. Harmony, Clark Co.
Bur. Asbury Chapel 8-1/2 miles northeast of Springfield.
MI: William Baird, dates of birth and death.
GM Family, marble slab.
Came to Ohio in 1808.
Attended the peace treaty with Kenton and Indians in 1809.  Was personally acquainted with Daniel Boone.
Ref: Family and Co. Histories.
Further Information: Lagonda Chap.
BAIRD (or Beard), WM. Brown Co.
  Pvt. Served in the Cumberland Co. Mil. in Pa. under command of Gen. Lacy and Capt. Robert McCoy.
Br. Jan. 26, 1758, Path Valley, Cumberland Co., Pa.
Parents:  William Baird, Sr., an dEsther Smalley.
Mar. Nancy Moore Baird, 1789.
Children:
  Esther,
  John,
  James,
  David,
  Nancy,
  Margaret,
D. June 28, 1828, Russelville, Brown Co., O.
Bur. Baird, 2 miles east of Russellville, Brown Co., O.
MI: "W. B." Government marker by D. A. R.
GM: by son just a stone with above initials cut on it.
Farmer, Lawyer, Justice of Peace.
Ref:  Natl. No. 96436, Vol. 97, p .38, D. A. R. Lin. and Pa. Archives.
Hist. of U. S. Hist. of Montgomery Co., Pa. and Churches of the Valley.
Further Information:  Talliaferro and Lieutenant Byrd Chaps.
BAKER, ABNER Huron Co.
  Pensioner.
Bur. Woodlawn Cem., Norwalk.
Further Information: Sallly De Forest Chap.
BAKER, DANIEL Licking Co.
  Enl. as fifer in Col. Legard's Regt.
Br. Nov. 8, 1763, Ellington, Conn.
D. Dec. 19, 1836, Granville, O.
Bur. Old Cem., Granville, O.
GM by Granville Centennial Committee in 1901.
Settled in Granville, O. about 1820.
Granted Pens. in 1833 fr. Licking Co., O.
Ref: Natl. No. 88908, Vol. 89, p. 286, D. A. R.
Further Information: by Hetuck Chap.
BAKER, DANIEL Butler Co.
  Pvt. Cavalry, NJ Mil.
Br. 1755, Essex Co., NJ.
Mar. Hannah Halsey in 1779.
One dau was Nancy.
D. 1845, Somerville, O.
Ref: Natl. No. 101216, Vol. 103, p. 65, also Natl. No. 69007, Vol. 70, p. 4, D. A. R. Lin.
BAKER, MELYN Clark Co.
  Pvt. Capt. Harriman's Company 1st Regt. Essex Co., N. J., also in N. J. State Tr. enl. for 9 mos in Capt. Thomas Patterson's Company, 3 Bn. 2 Establishment: wounded at Battle of Monmouth June 28, 1778.
Br. Jan. 10, 1710, Conn. Farmes, N. J.
Parents: Daniel Baker and Abigail Miller.
Mar. Prudence Whitehead Feb. 19, 1786.
Children: 
  Elizabeth,
  Dave,
  Ezra,
  Phoebe,
  Elias,
  Melyn.
D. Jan. 20, 1826, Enon, Clark Co. O.
Bur. Enon Cem 1/4 mile northeast of Enon.  Grave not platted
MI:  "Melyn Baker, a native of New Jersey.
Died Jan. 20, 1826, aged 66 yrs, 10 das."
GM by Family Monument and S. A. R., metal marker in 1906.
Emigrated to northwest Territory and located in Knob Prairie, in 1805.
Ref.: Family histories and D. A. R. papers of Elizabeth Ann Supfer.
Further Information: by Lagonda Chap.
BALDRIDGE, WM., REV. Adams Co.
  Enl. fr. N. C. in the cavalry and is said to have served seven years.
Br. Feb. 26, 1761. Lancaster Co. Pa.
Parents were fr. Ireland.
Mar. Rebecca Agnew 1st wife, July 17, 1792; Mrs. Mary Logan Anderson 2nd wife May 16, 1820.
Children:
  James R.,
  Alexander H.,
  John Y.,
  William S.,
  Samuel C., and   Rebecca G., twins
  David A.,
  Wade,
  Agnew,
  Joseph G.,
  Ebenezer W.,
  William and
  Mary Jane;
2 by second wife
  Benjamin L. and
  Nancy M.
D. Oct. 26, 1830, Cherry Fork, O.
Bur. Cherry Fork Cem.  Grave unmarked and location lost.
Ref.:  Hist of Adams Co.
Further Information: Sycamore Chap.
 
BALDWIN, AMOS Mahoning Co.
  Pvt.  Enl. Sept. 23, 1776 Capt. Colley's Company, Col. Moseley's Regt. Serv 2 mos. 1 da.  sgt. Volunteer Capt. Barnes Company, Col. Moseley's Regt.  Serv June 12 and 17, 1782.
Br. 1764, North Milford, Conn.
Parents:  Simeon Baldwin and Rebecca Buck.
Mar. Sally Hicks.
Children:
  Minerva,
  Jacob Hicks,
  John Murry,
  Asa,
  Garry,
  Eli,
  Amanda C. Ozro,
  Aander.
D. 1852, Boardman.
Bur. Boardman Center, Boardman Twp.
Marched to quell mob in NOrthampton, Mass.
Vol. 8, p. 416 Mass. Soldiers and Sailors in the Rev.
Learned shoemaker's trade and made shoes for the army.
Ref.: Mrs. Ch. H. A. Andrews Natl. No. 4649, D. A. R., p. 85 Hist. of Trumbull and Mahoning Co.
Further Information: Mahoning Chap.
BALDWIN, CALEB Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. Capt. Asher Randolph's State Tr.  Was detailed to manufacture guns.
Br. 1752, Mendham, N. J.
Mar. Elizabeth Pitman (PItney),
Children:
  Eunice,
  Hannah,
  Phebe,
  Stephen,
  Elizabeth,
  Caleb,
  Byron,
  Benjamin,
  Nehemiah.
D. 1810, Youngstown, O.
Bur. Oak Hill Cem., Youngstown, O.
GM by Mahoning Chap. D. A. R. marker in 1915.
Gunsmith.
Ref.: Natl. No. 3128 D. A. R. Etal.
Hist. Trumbull and Mahoning Cos., p. 426; N. J. Men in the Rev., P. 496.
BALDWIN, DAVID Portage Co.
  Took oath of fidelity and detached for serv. fr. Wallingford as Pvt.
Br. 1739, Wallingford, Conn.
Mar. Parnall Clark in 1764.
Children:
  Roswell,
  Benjamin,
  David,
  Noah,
  Rebecca,
  Lydia,
  Abigail,
  Joseph,
  Moses.
D. Sept. 1808, Atwater, O.
Bur. Atwater, O.
Ref: Copy of original MSS State Library Hartford, Conn.
Further Information: Old Northwest Chap.
BALDWIN, ELEAZER Hamilton Co.
  Born: Connecticut
Further Information: Cincinnati, Chap.
BALDWIN, JOHN, CAPT. Madison Co.
  Capt. under Washington of a Mil Company equipped and raised by himself.
Br. Feb. 21, 1749, Va.
Mar. Hannah Simmons.
Children:
  Jonah,
  William,
  Thomas,
  John,
  Francis,
  Betsey,
  Hannah,
  Mary,
  Margaret,
  Rebecca,
  Martha.
D. Apr. 18, 1820, Fayette Co., O.
Bur. Baldwin family burying ground near Mt. Sterling, O.
GM by Mt. Sterling Chap. with bronze marker in 1911.
Further information by Mt. Sterling Chap.
BALDWIN, JOHN Adams Co.
  Pvt.
Bur. 1756, Frederick Co., Md.
D. Oct. 4, 1848.
Bur. Kirker Cem., Liberty Twp.
Enl. in mil July 1776, served 4 mos and again in 1777 w mos.
Ref:  Evans and Stivers Hist. of Adams Co., O.
Further Information: Sycamore Chap.
BALDWIN, JONATHAN Portage Co.
  Pvt. in Pennsylvania Mil  Placed on pension roll Sept. 2, 1833.  Was drawing pens. at Ravenna in 1840.
Further information:  Old Northwest Chapt.
BALDWIN, SAMUEL Portage Co.
  Lived at Aurora.
Drew pension.
Further information: Old Northwest Chapt.
BALDWIN, SETH C. Cuyahoga Co.
  Pvt. under Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga.
Br. England.
D. 1835, Cleveland, O.
Ref:  Natl. No. 29849, Vol. 30, p. 305, D. A. R. Lin.
BALL, SAMUEL Licking Co.
  Enl. in Essex Company, June 1778, in Col. Matthias Ogden's Regt.; was at Monmouth.
Br. 1775, N. J.
D. Nov. 2, 1844, Jersey Twp.
Bur. Jersey Cem.
MI: "Rev. War."
GM by Hetuck Chap in 1909.
Ref: History of Licking Co. by E. M. P. Brister.
Further information: Hetuck Chap.
BALLENTINE, EBENEZER Marion Co.
  Surgeon's mate in Thomas Nixon's 6th Regt.
Br. 1756.
D. 1823.
Bur. Marion Cem.
GM by Capt. William Hendricks Chap with bronze marker.
Came to Marion in the fall of 1820.
Ref: Mass Soldiers and Sailors.
Further Information: Capt. William Hendricks Chap.
BANCROFT, JOHN Clark Co.
  Lt. Col. Eben Learned's Regt.  Capt. Isaac Bolster's Company.
Enl. as Pvt. in 8 mos tr. at beginning of war.
Br. Sept. 18, 1748, Reading, Mass.
Parents:  Moses and Mary Bancroft.
Mar. Anna Waters Dec. 1, 1777.
Children:
  Amasa,
  John,
  Nancy,
  Louis,
  Lawson.
D. Sept. 26, 1837, Springfield, O.
Bur. Columbia St. Cem., Springfield, O. west of Central Park.
Name plate has been removed.
GM by Society S. A. R.  Metal marker about 1906. 
Was commissioned by Council of Safety before there was any president.
Commission sent to Washington for pension and was not returned.
Ref:  Family records and Pension Claim.
Further Information: Legonda Chap.
BANTA, DANIEL Warren Co.
  Pvt.
His serv. prior to 1781 indicates a serv. in the Classified Mil., a reserve for duty on alarm, patroling a prescribed district guarding lines, etc. (Pension Bureau, Washington, D. C. S2090). 
Br. Sept. 13, 1762, Bergen Co., N.J.
Mar. Mary Van Voorhes, Feb. 21, 1784.
Children:
  Charity,
  Albert,
  Mary,
  Magdalena,
  Daniel,
  Henry, (d. in infancy),
  Margaret,
  Peter D. Henry,
  Rachel,
  Elizabeth.
D. Sept. 1837, Warren Co., O.  Exact location of grave not known, evidently he is bur. in an ancient tomb on the farm in which rest the remains of 4 other pioneer members of the Banta family.
While fighting in the Rev. he was wounded  in the leg while in NJ Mil.  In 1786 he removed to Kentucky and in 1794 removed to Ohio, locating 3-1/2 miles east of Lebanon, Warren Co., O.
In 1788 he was in the Indian wars, and stationed at a blockhouse on the present site of Cincinnati.
Ref: Natl. No. 223737, Mrs. Edna Evans Hudson, Nelsonville, O.
(Banta Genealogy by T. M. Banta, 1893, p. 98.
Further information: Elizabeth Zane Dew Chap.
BANTA, PETER Warren Co.
  Br. 1760.
Mar. Rachel Vanclefe.
D. 1829, Lebanon, O.
Ref: Natl. No. 61911, Vol. 62, p. 314, D. A. R. Lin.
BANTUM, JOHN Coshocton Co.
  Bur. Bethlehem Twp.
Ref: Co. Hist.
Further Information: Coshocton Chap.
BARBEE, AMAZIAH Huron Co.
  Served in Rev, French and Indian Wars.
Br. 1738.
D. 1834, Townsend.
Further information: Salley De Forest Chap.
BARBEE, WILLIAM Miami Co.
 


 
BARBER, URIAH Scioto Co.
 


 
BARDWELL, SIMEON Clark Co.
 


 
BARNES, ISRAEL Geauga Co.
  Pvt. Capt. Pendleton's Company; Col. Crane's Regt. artillery 1777-1783.
Br. 1762, New Hartford, Conn.
Mar. Lucy Gillet, June 24, 1790.
D. June 5, 1832, Montville, O. (age 77 yr.)
Bur. at Montville Center Cem. at center front.
MI: Sept. 4, 1777, term 3 yrs.
Residence: Farmington, Conn.
Came to Montville, O. in 1832.
Further information: Taylor Chap.
BARNES, JACOB Highland Co.
  Buried: Baptist Cemetery at New Market - Grave marked.
Further information: Waw-Wil-a-Way Chap.
BARNES, JOHN Trumbull Co.
 


 
BARNES, MARK Geauga Co.
 


 
BARNES, MOSES Geauga Co.
  Pvt. Feb. 1, 1776, w mos. Capt. selah's Company.  Col. Gray's Regt; Aug. 1778; 2 mos. Capt. Hooker's Company Col. Stanley's Regt. Summer 1779, 2 mos Capt Woodford's Company, Cl. Norton's Regt.
Br. Apr. 9, 1746 (Old Style) Farmington, Conn. 
Lived with Jehiel Wilcox early settler of Montville in 1833.
Pension June 11, 1833.
Ref:  Pension Dept. File 2356, Vol. 6, p. 17.
Further information: Taylor Chap.
BARNETT, JOHN Montgomery Co.
  Served in Revolutionary War.
Pvt. Lancaster Co., Pa.  Mil. Capt. James Murray's Company 3 yrs.
Settled in Ky on land granted for serv. (see Ky S. A. R. Yr Bk 19130 on pension roll of Bourbon Co., Ky.
Br. June 23, 1748-49 in Virginia.
Parents: James and Sarah Barnett.
Mar. Elizabeth Flynn (br. 1750, d. July 17, 1824).
Children:
  James,
  Abraham,
  Mary M.,
  David Huston,
  Elizabeth M.,
  Geo. Davis,
  Rachel M.,
  Wm. Walton,
  Susan M.,
  Luther,
  Bruen.
D. July 6, 1806, Dayton, O.
Bur. Woodland Cem., Lot 87-8-9-90 (Brady) Sec. 51.
Ref: Natl. No of Revolutionary Soldier in D. A. R. Honor Roll 30134, and Natl. No. 102216, Vol. 103, p. 67, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information:  Jonathan Dayton Chap.
BARNHART, FRED B. Wayne Co.
  Served for Pennsylvania.
Born: 1752
Died: 1848
Buried: Wooster
GM by Western Reserve
His 5 brothers pensioners to Medina Co., O.
Further Information: Western Reserve Chap.
BARNUM, JOHN Lorain Co.
  Capt. Barnum's Company 16th Regt. of Militia in Connecticut.
Born: 1758
Died: 1819
Buried: Ridgeville Center Cem.
Further Information: Western Reserve Chap.
BARR, ADAM (BAER) Muiskingum Co.
  1st Lt. of 4th Company, 2nd Battalion York Co. Militia
Born: 1761
Died: 1833
Buried: Lutheran Cemetery
Census 1790 Pennsylvania, . 288
Under Col. Wm. Rankin, Capt. Jacob Hiar, Apr. 5, 1778.
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
BARR, ALEXANDER (Co. not stated)
  Served Westmoreland County Militia in expedition to Indian country and was killed by Indians.
Died: 1785
Killed on Ohio River.
Reference: Vol. 32, page 88, D. A. R. Lin.
BARR, ANDREW Fairview Co.
  Private Pennsylvania Militia
Born: 1740 in Ireland
Married: Jane Hamilton
Died: 1815, Fairfield Co.
Buried: Dutch Hollow Cemetery
Reference: Vol. 61, page 4, D. A. R. Lin.
Further Information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter
BARR, CHRISTIAN Brown Co.
  Buried: Sardinia
Further information: Ripley Chapter
BARR, CHRISTOPHER Brown Co.
  SErved in the Revolution.
Br. "On the Rhine," Germany.
Children:
  Peter, mar. Barbara Hoss, Lincoln Co., N. C. in 1866.
D. Aug. 18, 1852, his wife in 1863.
Bur. near Higginsport.
Came fr. North or South Carolina in 1811 and lived in Lewis Twp. Beers & Company p. 463, and A. S. Abbott, Bethel, O.
Further information Taliaferro Chap.
BARRE, IVA S. Huron Co.
  Buried: Greenwich Cem.
Further information: Salley De Forest Chapter
BARRETT, BENJAMIN Ashtabula Co.
   
BARRETT, JONATHAN Butler Co.
   
BARRETT, THOMAS Ashtabula Co.
  Private.
One son was Lord Whatley Barrett.
Died: Apr. 1, 1845
Buried: Solomon Durkee private cem.
Message Inscription: "Died Apr. 1, 1845, Aged 83."
Grave Marked by slab erected by his son.
Further Information: Mary Redmond Chapter.
BARTHOLOMEW, JOSEPH, DEACON Medina Co.
  Served from Connecticut
Born: 1756
Died: 1856
Buried: Middlebury, O.
Grave Marked by Western Reserve
Pensioned in 1840, aged 82 years, while residing in Wadsworth Township, Medina County which is adjacent to Summit County
Further Information: Western Reserve Chapter
BARTHOLOMEW, SAMUEL Brown Co.
   
BARTLE, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1743, New York
Died: 1839
Reference: S. A. R.
Further Information: Cincinnati Chapter
BARTON, DAVID Belmont Co.
   
BARTOON, JOHN Fairfield Co.
  Buried: United Brethren Church, Pleasant Run, known as Harmon Cemetery.
Further information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter
BARTOW, ZENAS Harrison Co.
  Said by family to have served as a Capt. in the Revolution.
Born: 1750
One daughter, Charity
Married: Jas. Edgar Jr., about 1800 and settled at Conotton, O.
Died: 1844.
Ref: Miss Eloise Edgar, Delaware Co.
Further information: Moravian Trail Chapter
BARTRAM, DANIEL Lake Co.
  Private in Capt. Hull's Company, Co. Stearns Regt., Connecticut Militia in 1777.  He saw active service in the defense of Danbury against the raids of the British.
Born: Oct. 23, 1745, Fairfield, Connecticut.
Died: May 17, 1817.  Madison, Lake County, Ohio
Buried: Unionville, Ohio
Grave Marked by New Connecticut Chapter.
Further information: New Connecticut Chapt.
BASKERVILLE, SAMUEL Madison Co.
   
BASSETT, CORNELIUS (Co. not stated)
   
  Private in Capt. Ebenezer Baker's Company, Col. Freeman's Massachusetts Regiment.
Born: 1754, Sandwich, Mass.
Marrired: Chloe Smith, in 1783.
One son Abiram Bassett
Died: 1821
Reference: Natl. No. 75001, Vol. 76, D. A. R. Lin.
BASSETT, NATHANIEL Lorain Co.
   
BATCHELOR, GEORGE Greene Co.
  Died: May 15, 1827, Miami Township,
Buried: Cedarville.  Bath, 1813.
Reference: Robinson's Hist. of Greene Co. *
Further Information: Catherine Greene Chapter.
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* Batchelor, George, Bath, 1813; a soldier of the Revolution; died in Miami township May 13, 1827: buried at Cedarville
BATES, BENJAMIN Lake Co.
  Enlisted: 1777
Capt. Benj. Bonney's Company, Col. Ezra May's Regiment, which marched to Stillwater.
Born: Aug. 3, 1733, Hingham, Mass.
Mr. Huldah Cudworth, Dec. 1857 (died 1811).
Died: May 8, 1815, Leroy, O.
Reference: Natl. No. 72632, Vol. 101, page 25.
D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: New Connecticut Chapter.
BATES, DANIEL Erie Co.
   
BATES, EPHRAIM Noble Co.
  With New Jersey Troops
Died: Jan. 12, 1834, near Sarahsville, aged 90.
Buried: McWilliams farm, grave located but not marked.  Moved to Pennsylvania then to Ohio, near Sarahsville.  Early settler of Center Township. 
See notes on his Pension Declaration;
One son: Isaac.
In March, 1833, at the age of 89 years 10 months was drawing a pension.
Reference: Mrs. L. B. Frazier, Caldwell, O.
BATES, HINSDALE (or Hinesdale) Summit Co.
   
BATES, ISAAC Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1763
Died: 1831
Reference: S. A. R.
Further Information: Cincinnati Chap.
BATHMAN, J. (or Bathane) Butler Co.
  Name appears on the tablet erected at Hamilton, O. on the site of Fort Hamilton, in memory of the Revolutionary Soldiers who are buried in that County.
Unidentifed.
Further information: John Reily Chap.
BATTELLE, EBENEZER, Col. Washington Co.
   
BAUGHMAN, GEORGE Franklin Co.
   
BAUM, CHARLES W. Clermont Co.
  1781, served in Capt. James Doughas' Company, 2nd Battaion Cumberland Company Militia.
Born: Poland
One son of Charles, born in Clermont Co.
Died: 1817, Ohio
Presumably buried in Clermont Co.
Reference: Natl. No. 90510, Vol. 91, page 165, D. A. R. Lin.
BAXTER, SCHUYLER Hamilton Co.
   
BAY, ROBERT Guernsey Co.
  Age 86 yrs. 
Born: Cumberland, Spencer Township
Ref:  S. A. R.
Further information: Anna Asbury Stone Chapt.
BAYLEY, or BAILEY, TIMOTHY Clark Co.
   
BEACH, ELIHU Trumbull Co.
   
BEACH, IBIL Madison Co.
   
BEACH, REUBEN Summitt Co.
   
BEALE, JOHN Musking Co.
  Buried: Willis Farm, Cass Twp. between Dresden and Frazeysburg on the dirt road.
Further information: Muskingum Chap.
BEAM, ____ Darke Co.
  Buried: Beamsville
Further information: Ft. Greensville Chapt.
BEAM, JACOB Hancock Co.
   
BEAM, MICHAEL Licking Co.
   
BEARD, AMOS Geauga Co.
   
BEARD, JOHN Licking Co.
   
BEARD, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
BEARD, WILLIAM, SR. Ross Co.
   
BEARDSLEY, ELIJAH Clark Co.
   
BEARDSLEY, PHILO Mahoning Co.
   
BEASLEY, BENJAIN Brown Co.
  Revolutionary Soldier of Va.  Huntington Township, Brown Co., Ohio.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapt.
BEATS or BETZ, URBAN Mahoning Co.
   
BEATTY, ANDREW Highland Co.
  Pvt. Capt. Matthews Militia Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania
Born: Rye Township, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania
Died: Highland Co. 1828
Buried: on farm owned by Mike Kellly (1912).
Grave not marked
Further information: Waw-Wil-a-Way Chapt.
BEATTY, JOHN Fairfield Co.
   
BEAER, MICHAEL, SR. Ross Co.
   
BEAVERS, sAMUEL Muskingum Co.
   
BECKETT, HUMPHREY Franklin Co.
   
BECKETT, JOHN C. Butler Co.
  Name appears on tablet at Hamilton, Ohio in memory of Revolutionary Soldiers buried in that County
Died: near West Chester, Butler Co.
Further information: John Reily Chapt.
BECKWITH, BENJAMIN Morgan Co.
   
BEDDOW, THOMAS Delaware Co.
  Pvt. under Col. Benjamin Skinner, Capt. Thomas Truman, Md. Troops
Buried: Berlin Township
Pensioned.
Further information: Delaware Chapt.
BEEBE, DAVID Lorain Co.
  Quartermaster, Sgt. Conn. Troops
Born: 1747
Died: 1840
Grave Marked by Western Reserve, bronze marker
Further information: Western Reserve Chapt.
BEEBE, EZRA Lake Co.
  1st Reg. New York LIne, under Col. Goose Van Schaik.
Born: 1737
Died: Jan. 15, 1813
Buried: Perry, Ohio
Grave Marked by New Connecticut Chapt.
Further Information: by New Connecticut Chapt.
BEEBE, HOPSON Athens Co.
   
BEEM, MICHAEL Licking Co.
  Placed in Pension Roll of Licking Co., Ohio 1832 for service as private 1777-1778.
Born: 1755 Pa.
Died: 1850 Licking Co., O
Reference:  Natl. No. 65800, Vol. 66, p. 276
BEER, JAMES Columbiana Co.
  Born: 1758
Living in Hanover Township, Columbiana Co. in 1840.
Aged 82 years.
A pensioner
Further information:  Bethia Southwick Chapt.
BEERS, MATTHEWS Fairchild Co.
  Pvt. and wounded.
Born: 1754, Stratford
Married: Sarah Curtis
On Pension Roll of Fairfield Co. for 2 years service
Reference:  Natl. No. 13955, p. 354, Vol. 14, D. A. R. Lin.
BELAMY, ASA Trumbull Co.
  Buried: Vienna
Ref:  Baldwin Library, Youngstown
Further information: Mary Chesney
BELKNAP, CALVIN Ashtabula Co.
  Calvin Belknap served as Pvt. from July 1 to Nov. 27, 1781, 148 days.  His name is also on the pay roll of Capt. Blakesley's Company in Col. Fletcher's Battalion, Gen. Enos Rodgers in service of the state of Vermont, Adjutant Office State of Vermont. 
Buried: Jan. 30, 1761., Dummerston, Vt.
Parents: Daniel and Polly Whipple Belknap.
Married: Bathshua Larabee, March 28, 1786
Children: Asa, Daniel, Norton, Asenath, Elmira, Lucy, Polly, Eliza, BAthshua, Clarissa.
Died: March 17, 1848, Austinburg, Ashtabula Co.
Buried: Hickok in Austinburg.
Marker 1: "Calvin Belknap, died March 16, 1848, aged 87 yrs.  Saved by grace.
Fletchers Vermont Militia Revolutionary War."
Grave Marker with marble slab.
Reference: Adj. Gen., State of Vermont.
Further Information: Mary Stanley and Eunice Grant Chapt.
BELKNAP, SAMUEL Muskingum Co.
   
BELL, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
BELL, WILLIAM, JR. Highland Co.
   
BELLESSELT, (or BELLESFELLER), PETER Trumbull Co.
   
BELLI, JOHN, Maj. Scioto Co.
   
BENMAN, MOSES Harrison Co.
   
BENEDICT, HEZEKIAH Trumbull Co.
   
BENHAM, ROBERT Warren Co.
   
BENHAM, THOMAS Ashtabula Co.
   
BENJAMIN, ASA Ashtabula Co.
   
BENJAMIN, JONATHAN Licking Co.
   
BENNETT, ISHMAEL (County not stated)
  Pvt. Capt. John Franklin's Comany organized at Wyoming, Pa.
Born: 1730.  Rhode Island
Died:  1820 in Ohio
Reference:  Natl. No. 96327, p. 103, Vol. 97, D. A. R.  Lin
BENNETT, OLIVER Delaware Co.
  Pvt. under Col. Zebulon Butler, Capt. Simon Spaulding, Conn. Troops
Buried: Orange Twp.,
Pensioned
Further information: Delaware Chapt.
BENNETT, THADDEUS Scioto Co.
   
BENT, SILAS Washington Co.
   
BENTLEY, BENJAMIN Medina Co.
   
BENTON, ZADOCK Geauga Co.
   
BERNARD, (or BANNARD), THOMAS Highland Co.
   
BERRY, BARTHOLOMEW Green Co.
  Pvt. Annual allowance $60.00;
same received $447.68; on record Nov. 20, 1792;
commencement of pension Nov. 7, 1809, under law of March 3, 1808;
same April 24, 1816, under law of Apr. 24, 1816.
Further information: Catherine Green Chapt.
BERRY, THOMAS Butler Co.
  Pvt. Va. Continental Line.
Name appears on tablet at Hamilton Soldiers and Sailors monument, (listed by John Reily Chapt.)
Buried in Virginia. 
Died Miltonville, Ohio 1832, aged 69
Reference:  Natl. No. 18900, Vol. 19, p. 324, D. A. R. Lin.
BERRYHILL, ALEXANDER Greene Co.
   
BEST, JOHN Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. 7th class, Northampton Co., Capt. Frederick Kleinhantz, 1st Battalion.
Buried Berlin, Berlin Twp.
Nothing was found in the Company records or in the Company Histories.
Reference: Pennsylvania Archives, Vol. 5, Series 5, p. 90.
Further Information: Mahoning Chapt.
BEST, THOMAS Portage Co.
  Lived at Deerfield.
Further Information: Old Northwest Chapt.
BETHNAL, NORRIS Hamilton Co.
  Born:  New Jersey 1757
Died: 1841
Buried Pisgah Cemetery Sycamore Twp.
In 1840 was a pensioner at age 89
Further Information: Cincinnati Chapt.
BETTES, NATHANIEL Summit Co.
   
BEVIS or BEAVIS, ISSACHUR Hamilton Co.
   
BICKEL, CHRISTIAN Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1753, Pennsylvania
Died: 1831
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapt.
BIDLACK or BIDLOCK, PHILEMON Delaware Co.
  Pvt. under Col. Zebulon Butler, Connecticut State Troops
Died: 1844, age 84
Buried: Sunbury
Pensioned
Further information: Delaware Western Reserve Chapt.
BIDWELL, WILLIAM, SR. Lake Co.
   
BIERCE, WILLIAM Portage Co.
   
BIGELOW, TIMOTHY Trumbull Co.
   
BIGFORD, SAMUEL Washington Co.
  Location of grave in path in Greenlawn Cemetery Lowell, Ohio
Further information: Marietta Chapt.
BIGGER, JOHN Montgomery Co.
  Pvt. Capt. Walter McVinnis' Company 4th Battalion Cumberland Co.
Born: 1760, Ireland
Died: 1831 Centerville, O.
Reference:  Vol. 55, p. 407, Natl. No. D. A. R. Lin.
BILGEAR or BILGER, FREDERICK Columbiana Co.
   
BINCKLEY, CHRISTIAN, CAPT. Fairfield Co.
  Buried: Binckley Cemetery north of Rushville.
Further information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese
BINCKLEY, HENRY Fairfield Co.
  Buried: Binckley Cemetery north of Rushville, Ohio. 
Further informationt: Elizabeth Sherman Reese
BINER, GEORGE Harrison Co.
  A Revolutionary Pensioner living in Harrison County in 1833, aged 69.
Served in a Virginia State Regiment.
U. S. Pension Rolls, 1835.
Further information: Moravian Trail Chapt.
BINGHAM, ALVAN Athens Co.
   
BINGHAM, SILAS, SR. Athens Co.
  Enlisted August - September 1875; June, July 1776;  June July 1777; Sept. 1777, 1778.
Private Belonged to Green Mounhtain Boys;  was 10 days guarding part of Burgoyne's Army.  Was in the Canadian Expedition.
Born: July 24, 1758, Salisbury, Conn.
Married: Irenah Royce, July 4, 1789.
Children: Silas, Jr.   There were other children.
Died: Oct. 1840, Athens, Ohio
Buried: W. State St., Athens, Ohio east of main driveway.
Monument inscription: "Silas Bingham, Vt., Militia Revolutionary War."
Grave Marker: Nabby Lee Ames Chapt. D. A. R. secured a Govt. marker, white marble through County Commissioners.
Deputy Sheriff, Constable, a Millwright.
Applied for a pension Oct. 13, 1832.
Claim was allowed.
Reference: Bureau of Pensions; Walker's History of Ohio 75271, D. A. R.  See 25570, Vol. 33, p. 116, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Nabby Lee Ames Chapt.
BIRD, GEORGE Muskingum Co.
   
BISHOP, DANIEL Huron Co.
  Died: Feb. 5, 1848, aged 83 yrs.
Buried: M. E. Cemetery, Clarksfield Twp.
Further information: Sally De Forest Chapt.
BISHOP, JOEL Huron Co.
  Private
Buried: 1759 Guilford, Connecticut.
Died: 1839, Huron Co.
Reference: Natl. No. 23139, p. 49, Vol. 24, D. A. R. Lin.
BISSELL, BENJAMIN Lake Co.
   
BISSELL, JOSEPH Mahoning Co.
  Served as Private 1776 in Capt. Walter Hyde's Company.  Col. Wolcott's Regiment from Lebanon, Connecticut.
Born: Lebanon, Connecticut, 1730.
Died: 1814 Youngstown, Ohio
BISSELL, JOHN PARTRIDGE Mahoning Co.
   
BISSELL, JUSTUS Portage Co.
  Private 2nd Regiment, Col. Buller's Connecticut Militia, Capt. Wolcott's Company
Enlisted July - August 1776;
Enlisted June 24, 1780.
Discharged: Dec. 9, 1780
wnd. Regiment.
Born: Feb. 1759, East Windsor, Connecticut.
Parents: Justus.
Married: Ann Blodgett, Dec. 20, 1779
Children: Justus, Barber, Orris, Cephas, Eunice, Philena, Elvira, Anna, Ebenezer Blodgett.
Died: Sept. 16, 1882, Aurora.
Reference: Connecticut Men of Revolutionary History of Twinsburg, Ohio, p. 255.
Further information: Taylor Chapt.
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