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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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CABLE, PHILIP, CAPT. Jefferson Co.
  Born 1754
Died 1812
Buried: Union Cem., Steubenville, O
Grave Marked by D.A.R. with official marker Steubenville Chapter.
Further information: Steubenville Chapter
CAHALL, JAMES Brown Co.
  Served through the Revollutionary War to its close and witnessed the surrender of Lord Cornwallis.
Children:  James, Thomas, Solomon.
Died Lewis Twp., Brown Co, said to be 105 yrs.
Buried Shinkle Ridge
Grave Marked by Tombstone
The day he attained his one hundredth year he took a sickle in the field, leading his men in the work.
Ref:  Brown Co. Hist. p. 8, A. P. Cahall.
Further info Taliaferro Chapter.
CAHOON, WILLIAM Lake Co.
  Oct. 11, 1781 under Capt. Samuel Sloan, Co. Asa Barnes' Regt from Berkshire Co.  He marched by order of Gen. Stark to Saratoga on an alarm.
Born 1765
Died Oct. 1, 1828, Kirtland, Lake Co., O.
Buried Kirtland, O.
Grave marked by New Connecticut Chapter.
Further information: New Connecticut Chapter.
CAIN, HUGH Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. in the Revolutionary War.
Buried Poland Twp., Mahoning Co.
(Reported by Henry Baldwin, former Regent of Ohio S. A. R.)
Ref: Pa Archives, 3 Series, Vol. 13, p 30
Further information:  Mahoning Chapter.
CALDWELL, MATTHEW Miami Co.
  Ensign in Pa Tr. 
Buried 1757, Ireland
Married Mary Pinkerton
Died 1810 Miami Co., O.
Ref:  Natl. No. 64064, p 24, Vol. 65 D.A.R. Lin.
CALDWELL, ROBERT Hamilton Co.
  Pvt. 14 Rev. Col. Knicbacke's, p. 125 on State Treas. Pay Roll.
Enl. Men N. Y.
See N Y in Revolutionary War.
Robert Caldwell contributed large amounts toward finances for war.
Burn 1720, Scotland, Hamilton Co.
Children:  Robert Jr., James, Samuel
Died 1802
Buried west of Carthage, Hilton Co. in farm burial grounds, stone standing.
Robert Caldwell was a "Pioneer" at Griffins Station, now Carthage, Hamilton Co.  In 1790 he bought land; deed signed by Symmes.
Built a large grist and saw mill.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
CALDWELL, ROBERT Noble Co.
  Teamster with Pennsylvania Troops.
Buried Olive Cem, Caldwell
Grave marked
Came to land where Caldwell now is, 1809.
Further information: Mrs. L. B. Frazier, Caldwell, O.
CALDWELL, ROBERT Trumbull Co.
  Ranger, Washington Co 1778-1783 Pa Mil. Pvt. 
Pensioned July 20, 1823
Born  1762
Died June 29, 1833
Buried Pricetown, Newton Twp.,
Monument Inscription: "Robert Caldwell, died June 29, 1833, age 71 yrs.  Farmer
Ref: Pa Archives, Series 3, Vol. 23, p 592, and "Soldiers Pensioned and Buried in Trumbull Co."
Further information: Mahoning & Mary Chesney Chaps.
CALDWELL, WILLIAM Butler Co.
  Born: Larue, Ireland, May 18, 1763
Died: Butler Co., March 1849
Buried: Oxford Cem., Oxford, O.
Reference: Natl. No. 27835, Vol. 28, p. 305
Further information: John Reily Chapt.
CALHOUN, JOHN Muskingum Co.
  One of body guard of Geo. Washington, p. 573 Muskingum Co. Hist. says served from Mass.
Died aged full 113 yrs.
Buried Fairview Church Graveyard.
Ref. from unquestionable source to the Chapt.
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
CALHOUN, SAMUEL Jackson Co.
  Buried near Davisville, Jackson Co.,
Further information: Capt. John James Chapt.
CALHOUN, SAMUEL Mahoning Co.
  Private
Was pensioned
Born: 1753
Children: Andrew, Samuel, Matthew, Nancy, Betsey, Isabella, Sally, Anna, Martha, Esther
Died: 1841.
Resided in Youngstown in 1801, moved to Green Twp., and settled in Jackson in 1803.
Farmer:
Reference: Mahoning and Trumbull County History, Vol. 2, p. 147
Census of pensions 1841, p. 179.
Further information: Mahoning Chapt.
CALKINS, JOHN PRENTISS Lorain Co.
  Served at Lexington Alarm and siege of Boston.
Born: New London, Connecticut, 1853.
Died: Avon, Ohio 1836
Reference: Natl. No. 14801, p. 300, Vol. 15, D. A. R. Lin.
CALL, JOSEPH Lake Co.
  Served numerous calls in the Vermont Militia.  Was in Zebulon Lyon's Company to guard the committee of safety to Windsor and Springfield, Vt.
Children:  Rufus Call, in War of 1812
Buried: South Vermont to Ohio in 1815.
Reference: Natl. No. 31055, p. 22, Vol. 32 and Natl. No. 95142, Vol. 96, p. 48, D. A. R. Lineage
Further information: New Connecticut  Chapt.
CALLAHAN, JEREMIAH Mahoning Co.
  Private.  Capt. James Poe's Company, Cumberland Co.  Militia Ranger, Washington Co. Mill.
Br. 1768.
Died: 1865
Buried: Greenford, Ohio
Ref.: Mentioned Hist. Trumbull & Mahoning Co., Vol. 2 p. 197; Pennsylvania Archives Series 5, Vol. 6, page 583.
Further information: Mahoning Chapt.
CAMERON, ALEXANDER Hamilton Co.
  Private from Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania (See Rangers on Frontier, p. 281).
Children:  Duncan (married daughter of C. Felter, who was son of Jacob Felter, a Revolutionary soldier from New York)
Buried near Montgomery (no dates found of death.)
Settled near Montgomery early in 1800.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapt.
CAMERON, LEWIS Columbiana Co.
 

 
CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER Mahoning Co.
 

 
CAMPBELL, ENOS Butler Co.
 

 
CAMPBELL, JAMES Greene Co.
  Pvt. New York State Tr.  On pens roll Mch 4, 1831, age 71
Transferred from Tioga Co., Pa., Sept. 4, 1831.
Annual allowance $74.43.
Further infor Catherine Green Chapter.
CAMPBELL, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Born 1750, Virginia
Died 1839
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
CAMPBELL, JOHN Lake Co.
  Served in the NY State Tr.
Pensioner.
Born 1759
Children: James.
Died either in Willoughby, O or while visiting in N.Y.
He was an early settler of Willoughby, O, being a prominent man there for many years. 
Further information: New Connecticut Chapter.
CAMPBELL, JOHN Warren Co.
  Served in Union District, S. C.
Born probably in Scotland, Apr. 3, 1742.
Married Hester Clark
Died Mch. 19, 1824
Buried Mt. Holly, near Waynesville, O
Grave marker Oct. 3, 1928 with impressive ceremony.
Moved to Ohio in 1803
Ref: Mrs. H. Backus, State Regent.
CAMPBELL, McDONALD Morrow Co.
 

 
CAMPBELL, MATTHEW Brown Co.
 

 
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM Adams Co.
  Pvt. from Va.
Born 1754 Augusta Co., Va.
Married Elizabeth Wilson (1758-1832)
Died 1822, Adams Co., O
Natl No. 79040, Vol. 80.  D.A.R. Lin.
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM Mahoning Co.
  Ranger, 1778-1783 Washington Co., Pa.
Married Mary Riddle, dau. of Revolutionary Soldier.
Children: John, Allen, William, James.
Cemetery not located, probably in Poland.
Born in Ireland
Came to Pa. Located in Washington Co.  Removed to Poland, O about 1803
Further information: Mahoning Chapter.
CANADA, JAMES Mahoning Co.
  Ranger Cumberland Co., Pa.
Buried Boardman
Was a resident of Boardman in 1801
Ref: Trumbull and Mahoning Cos. Hist., P 48, Vol. 1, Pa Archives, Series 3 Vol. 23, p. 289.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter.
CANARY, CHARLES Brown Co.
   
CANE, (or CAIN), DANIEL Greene Co.
  Born 1743, Harpers Ferry.
Died 1851, age of 108 yrs.
Buried on Allen Farm.
Sugar Creek Twp. 1810.
Ref: Robinson's Hist. of Greene Co., O.
Further information: Catherine Green Chapt.
CANE, DANIEL Portage Co.
  Lived at Palmyra.
Further information: Old Northwest Chapter.
CANFIELD, ELIJAH Portage Co.
  Pvt. in Conn. Continental.
Placed on pension roll July 16, 1832.
Buried Palmyra, O.
Drew Pension at Revenna in 1840
Further information: Old Northwest Chapter.
CANFIELD, JUDSON Mahoning Co.
   
CANFIELD, LEVI Summit Co.
  Buried Copley
Further information: Cuyahoga-Portage Chapter.
CANNON, JAMES, LT. Shelby Co.
   
CANTER, WILLIAM Jackson Co.
   
CARD, WILLIAM Lake Co.
   
CAREY, (or CAREY), CHRISTOPHER Hamilton, O.
  Born 1763
Died 1837
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter
CARLE, EPHRAIM T. Harrison Co.
  A Revolutionary pensioner living in Harrison Co. 1833, aged 76.
Served in Capt. John Baird's Company, 2nd Bn. Somerset Co. Mil., and in 1st Bn. NJ Continental Line Regt.  Stryker's NJ in the Revolutionary War, pp 162, 532; Hist. Somerset and Hunterdon Cos., 94, US. Pension Roll, 1835.
Further information: Moravian Trail Chapter.
CARLE, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Born 1760, N. J.
Died 1833.
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information. Cincinnati Chapter
CARLTON, CALEB Portage Co.
   
CARLTON, DARIUS Geauga Co.
   
CARLTON, FRANCIS Trumbull Co.
   
CARNAGHEY, WILLIAM Columbiana Co.
   
CARNEY, JOHN Huron Co.
  Firelands Pioneer Vol. 5, Old Series p. 56.
Further information: Sally De Forest Chapter
CARPENTER, AMOS Meigs Co.
   
CARPENTER, BENJAMIN, JUDGE Delaware Co.
  Buried Galena
Further information: Delaware Chapter.
CARPENTER, DANIEL Erie Co.
  Pvt. Conn. Continental
On pension list Feb. 10, 1820, under Act of Congress Mch. 18, 1818
Further information: Martha Pitkin Chapter.
CARPENTER, EMANUEL, SR. Fairfield Co.
   
CARPENTER, EMANUEL, JR. Fairfield Co.
   
CARPENTER, EZRA Lake Co.
   
CARPENTER, GILBERT, REV. Delaware Co.
  Brother of Benjamin Carpenter.
Buried Galena
Further information: Delaware Chapter.
CARPENTER, HIRAM Delaware Co.
  Buried Liberty Twp.
Further information: Delaware Chap.
CARPENTER, JOHN Coshocton Co.
   
CARPENTER, JOHN Fairfield Co.
   
CARPENTER, JOSEPH Noble Co.
   
CARPENTER, NATHAN Delaware Co
   
CARPENTER, SAMUEL Licking Co.
   
CARR, AQUILLA Tuscarawas Co.
   
CARR, THOMAS Butler Co.
   
CARRELL, WILLIAM B. Logan Co.
   
CARROLL, CHARLES Miami Co.
   
CARROLL, GEORGE Noble Co.
  Pa Line at Battle of Brandywine. 
Early settler of Jackson Twp.
Died and buried in Jackson Twp.
Grave not located
Further information: Mrs. L. B. Frazier, Caldwell, O
CARROLL, WILLIAM Hancock Co.
 

 
CARSON, JOHN Mahoning Co.
 

 
CARSON, ROBERT Crawford Co.
  Died Cranberry Twp.
Buried 3 miles north of New Washington, O.
Further information: Hannah Crawford Chapter.
CARSON, ROBERT Seneca Co.
 

 
CARSON, WILLIAM Ross Co.
 

 
CARSWELL, DAVID Erie Co.
  Pvt. in NY Continental Line.
Born 1746
Died 1844
Buried in Oakland Cem., Sandusky, O.
Ref. Natl No. 89117, Vol. 90, p. 37, D.A.R. Lin. 
Further information: Martha Pitkin Chapter.
CARTER, CHARLES Union Co.
  Bur. New Dover Cem., Dover Twp.
Ref: Col. W. L. Curry, Hist. Union Co.
Further information: Hannah Emerson Dustin Chapter
CARTER, EZEKIEL Muskingum Co.
  D. 1833, aged 70 yrs.
Buried in Dresden Cem.  Inscription on stone:  "He was a Revolutionary soldier and was present at teh surrender of Cornwallis."
No data
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
CARTER, JABEZ Lake Co.
  Enl. in Capt. John Walton's Company, Col. David Green's Regt.; was in the Lexington Alarm and served his country until Mch. 10, 1780.
Born 1750.
Died Aug. 12, 1836, Kirtland, Lake Co., O.
Buried Kirtland, O.
Grave Marker by New Connecticut Chap.
Further information: New Connecticut Chapter.
CARTER, JAMES Clermont Co.
  In 1840 was drawing pens for serv. while living in Wayne Twp., Clermont Co., O., aged 85.
Born 1744.
Further information: Census of Pensions 1840.
Copied by Jane Dailey, State Chairman.
CARTER, JONAS Geauga Co.
 

 
CARTWRIGHT, JOHN Mahoning Co.
  Ranger Northumberland Co., Pa.
Married Margaret _____ (1763-1818)
Buried Old Four Mile Run Cem., Austintown Twp.
Settled in Austintown in 1828.
Ref: Pa Archives, Series 3, Vol. 23, p. 299.
Mahoning and Trumbull Cos. Hist. Vol. 2, p. 149
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
CASE, AUGUSTUS, SR. Wayne Co.
 

 
CASE, ELIJAH, SR. Greene Co.
  Born 1754
Died Jan. 14, 1842
Buried Woodland, Xenia
Living in Xenia in 1840.
Ref: Robinson's Hist. of Greene Co.
Further information: Catherine Greene Chapter.
CASE, MESHECK or MESHEL Trumbull Co.
 

 
CASS, JONATHAN Muskingum Co.
 

 
CASTLE, AMASA Ashtabula Co.
  Enl. June 26, 1776; served as a member of the 4th Company.  Col. Wm. Douglas' Regt. of new levies from Conn.  Served as a Pvt. over a period of 6 yrs.
Born Apr. 6, 1755 Waterbury, Conn.
Parents:  Isaac Castle and Lydia Scott (mar. Dec. 21, 1740).
Married Mary Stanley, 1776 (dau. of Timothy and Mary Hopkins Stanley).
Children: Lydia, Mary, Clarissa, Daniel, Eliza, Amasa, Pamela.
Died June 21, 1826. Ashtabula, O.
Buried Edgewood.
Marker inscription: Name and dates. 
After the close of the War, settled just over the border in Canada.  Threatened with draft into the British army, left home, fields, their all.
Farmer.
Came to Ashtabula, 1808.
Ref: Ashtabula Co. Hist; Record and Pension Office Dept. Natl. No. 58541.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter.
CATLETT, JONAS Columbiana Co.
  Lived in Madison Twp., Columbiana Co., O.
Further information: Bethia Southwick Chapter.
CATTELL, JONAS Mahoning Co.
   
CATTELL, William Mahoning Co.
   
CATTERIN, JAMES Butler Co.
   
CAUGHEY, THOMAS Preble Co.
   
CAULKINS, ROSWELL Delaware Co.
   
CAVAULT, _____ Miami Co.
  Buried at Old Stanton Cem., 2 miles north of Casstown.
Grave marker by Miami Chapter.
Further information: Miami Chapter.
CAVE, BENJAMIN Ross Co.
   
CAVENDER, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Born Delaware.
Died 1837.
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
CECIL, ZACHARIAH (or Zachy Cesil) Shelby Co.
   
CHAMBERS, JAMES Clermont Co.
   
CHAMBERS, ROBERT Guernsey Co.
  Buried Old Cem., Cambridge, O.
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Anna Asbury Stone
CHANNELL, JOHN Licking Co.
   
CHAPIN, LUCIUS Hamilton Co.
  Born 1760, Mass.
Died 1842.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
CHAPMAN, CONSTANT Portage Co.
   
CHAPMAN, HERMAN Washington Co.
   
CHAPMAN, LEMUEL Knox Co.
   
CHAPMAN, MICHAEL Erie Co.
  Pvt. Conn Continental Line.
Born 1758, Bethlehem, Conn.
Died 1839, Huron, O. where he is buried.
Ref: Natl. No. 39732, p. 269, Vol. 40, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Martha Pitkin Chapter.
CHAPMAN, NATHANIEL Columbiana Co.
  Capt. of Company of Wheelwrights.
Born 1740, Springfield, Mass.
Married Lucy Cooley.
Died 1807, Salem, O.
Ref: Natl. No. 59467 p 159, Vol. 60, D. A. R. Lin.
CHAPMAN, TITUS Summit Co.
   
CHARLTON, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
CHASE, BEVERLY Morrow Co.
  Pvt. in Dutchess Co., NY Mil.
Born 1759 in Ohio.
Ref: Natl. No. 29602, p. 216, Vol. 30, D. A. R. Lin.
CHEADLE, ASA Morgan Co.
   
CHENEY, THOMAS Champaign Co.
   
CHENEY, THOMAS Champaign Co.
   
CHENEY, WILLIAM, 5th Ashtabula Co.
  Enl. as a drummer boy, at 16, in the 14th Albany Co., NY Regt.  Served as Pvt. in 1781 in Capt. James Dana's Company, Col. Samuel Wylly's Regt., Connecticut Line.
Was placed on the Pension Roll of Ontario Co., N. Y. in 1832.
Born 1765 in Ashford, Conn.
Parents:  Ebenezer and Priscilla (Lyon) Cheney.
Married: 1st Ruth Eastman; 2nd Delaliah Shipman.
children: one was Hannah, who married Lester Hulse.
Died 1851 Colebrook, Ashtabula Co., O.
Buried East Cem.,
Ref: Natl. No. 45208, Vol. 46, p. 87, D. A. R. Lin.
Also Natl. No. 101336, Vol. 103, p. 101.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter.
CHENOWETH, WILLIAM I. Allen Co.
   
CHERRY, HENRY Erie Co.
   
CHERRY, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
CHERRY, JOHN Trumbull Co.
   
CHESTNUT, DANIEL Ross Co.
   
CHEVALIER, ANTHONY Montgomery Co.
   
CHIDESTER, WILLIAM Mahoning Co.
   
CHRISTIAN, WILLIAM Ross Co.
   
CHRISTIE, JESSE Clark Co.
   
CHRISTOPHER, WALTER Guernsey Co.
   
CHRISTY, ROBERT Fayette Co.
   
CHURCH, JOHN or JONATHAN Erie Co.
   
CHURCH, PHILEMON Geauga Co.
   
CILLEY, JONATHAN Hamilton Co.
   
CLANCY, JOHN Morgan Co.
   
CLAPPER, GEORGE Muskingum Co.
   
CLARK, DANIEL Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, DENNIS Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, EPHRAIM Trumbull Co.
   
CLARK, GEORGE Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, ISAAC Trumbull Co.
   
CLARK, ISRIAL Marion Co.
   
CLARK, JAMES Delaware Co.
   
CLARK, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, NATHANIEL Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, PERRY Clermont Co.
   
CLERK, THOMAS Gallia Co.
   
CLARK, THOMAS Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, WILLIAM Hamilton Co.
   
CLARK, WILLIAM Jackson Co.
   
CLARK, ZELOTUS Summit Co.
   
CLEMENT, LAMBERT Summit Co.
   
CLENCY, GEORGE Montgomery Co.
   
CLEVELAND, SAMUEL Geauga Co.
   
CLEVELAND, TRACY Lake Co.
   
CLINGMAN, JOHN MICHAEL Scioto Co.
   
CLOUSE, JOHN Franklin Co.
   
COBLER, MICHAEL Wayne Co.
   
COBURN, ASA Washington Co.
   
COCHRAN, WILLIAM Brown Co.
   
COCHRUN, SIMON Allen Co.
   
COCK, MOSES Pickaway Co.
   
COCKERILL, THOMAS Fayette Co.
   
CODDINGTON, WILLIAM (County not stated)
   
COFFINBERRY, GEORGE Richland Co.
   
COCK, PHILIP Hamilton Co.
   
COLE, EPHRIAM Adams Co.
   
COLE, JOHN Washington Co.
   
COLE, JUSTIN Lake Co.
   
COLEMAN, JACOB Cuyahoga Co.
   
COLEMAN, JAMES Union Co.
   
COLEMAN, JOHN Fairfield Co.
   
COLEMAN, LEONARD Belmont Co.
   
COLEMAN, NATHANIEL Ashtabula Co.
  He took part in the Boston Tea Party and the battle of Bunker Hill; was among those stationed at "Horseneck" to intercept the landing of the British.  Served in the Lexington Alarm, 4 mos in Continental Regts; was taken at the defeat of Quebec Sept. 31, 1775.
Pvt.
Born 1754
Children:  One was Nathaniel, Jr.
Died May 17, 1837, Wayne, Ashtabula Co., O., and
Buried in Wayne Cem.
"He died honored and revered at the advanced age of 83 years."
Ref: "Connecticut Men in the Revolution";  History of Ashtabula Co.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter.
COLEMAN, NENIAD Hamilton Co.
   
COLLETT, DANIEL Warren Co.
   
COLLIER, JAMES Highland Co.
   
COLLINGS, JAMES Adams Co.
   
COLLINS, BENJAMIN Morrow Co.
   
COLLINS, JAMES S. Fairfield Co.
  Buried in Collins Chapel Cem.
Further information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter.
COLLINS, JOHN Coshocton Co.
  Died 1804-08 below Dresden.
Buried Cem. in Virginia Twp.
Ref: Co. History
Further information: Coshocton Chapter.
COLLINS, WILLIAM Montgomery Co.
   
COLSON, CHRISTOPHER Lake Co.
   
COLVILLE, JAMES Licking Co.
   
COMBS, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
COMPTON, JOSEPH Butler Co.
   
CONAWAY, CHARLES Harrison Co.
   
CONAWAY, MICHAEL Harrison Co.
   
CONDON, REDMAN Ross Co.
   
CONINE, JACOB Muskingum  Co.
  Buried at Irville.
Grave has a stone vault or box over it but the dates have not been placed thereon.
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
CONKEY, EZEKIEL Wayne Co.
  Died Aug. 17, 1837.
Buried Knupps Cem. one mile west of Rittman, O.
Marker Inscription: "Ezekiel Conkey died Aug. 17, 1837, aged 75 yrs."
Further information: Wooster-Wayne Chapter.
CONKLIN, DAVID Delaware Co.
  Died 1868.
Buried in cemetery in Orange Twp.
Further information: Delaware Chapter.
CONKLIN, DAVID Licking Co.
  Lt. under Capts. Livingston and Todd, Col. Dubois' Regt. NY Line.
Born Dutchess Co. N. Y.
Died in Licking Co., O.
Ref: Natl. No. 99235, D. A. R. Lin.
CONLEY, MICHAEL Brown Co.
  Buried Sardinia.
Further information: Ripley Chapter.
CONNIE, JEREMIAH Ashland Co.
   
CONNER, JOSEPH Montgomery Co.
   
CONNOR, JOHN Muskingum Co.
  Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery near New Concord.
Monument Inscription: "Rev. Soldier."
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
CONRAD, CLILNE Delaware Co.
  Buried in cemetery at Marlboro.
Further information: Delaware Chapter
CONVERSE, JEREMIAH, REV. Madison Co.
   
COOK, ABSOLOM Clermont Co.
   
COOK, ASAPH Huron Co.
   
COOK, CHAUNCEY Erie Co.
   
COOK, EBENEZER Huron Co.
   
COOK, JAMES "DEA." Trumbull Co.
   
COOK, JOHN Morrow Co.
   
COOK, JOSEPH Butler Co.
   
COOK, JOSEPH Huron Co.
   
COOK, MARIMAN Geauga Co.
   
COOK, NOAH Richland Co.
   
COOK, ROSWELL Delaware Co.
  Buried Oak Grove Cem.
Further information: Delaware Chapter.
COOK, STEPHEN Knox Co.
   
COOK, THOMAS B., CAPT. Guernsey Co.
   
COOK, ZACHARIAH Pike Co.
   
COOLEY, LUTHER, SR. Huron Co.
   
COOMBS, MAHLON Licking Co.
   
COOPER, EZEKIEL Belmont Co.
   
COOPER, JOHNN Brown Co.
   
COOPER, OBEDIAH Cuyahoga Co.
   
COOPER, SPENCER Hamilton Co.
   
COOPER, WILLIAM Brown Co.
   
COOSARD, VALENTINE Portage Co.
   
COPPLE, DANIEL Adams Co.
   
CORN, GEORGE Jackson Co.
   
CORTELYOU, HENRY Hamilton Co.
   
COTTON, BENJAMIN Medina Co.
   
COTTON, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
COULTER, JOHN Licking Co.
   
COUNTRYMAN, GEORGE Mahoning Co.
   
COUNTRYMAN, JACOB Mahoning Co..
   
COUNTS, JACOB Miami Co.
  Buried Raper Chapel, two miles north of Troy.
Grave Marker Miami Chapter with bronze marker in 1904.
Further information: Miami Chapter.
COURTRIGHT, ABRAM VAN CAMPEN Fairfield Co.
   
COUTS, CHRISTIAN Crawford Co.
   
COVALT, ABRAHAM Hamilton Co.
   
COWDEN, JOHN Knox Co.
   
COWDERY, JACOB Meigs Co.
  Born 1761.
Died Apr. 5, 1846
Buried Keno, O.
Marker Inscription: "Revollutionaery Soldier,"  Age 85 yrs.
Ref: George Cowdery, Racine, O.
Further information: Return Jonathan Meigs Chapter.
COWEN, WILLIAM Clermont Co.
   
COWGILL, JOHN Logan Co.
   
COWLES, NOAH Ashtabula Co.
  Served Pvt. and Marine under Capts. Lacy, Thacker, Col. Herman Swift
Born 1759 Norwich, Conn.
Married Ollie Mills
Children: One was Salmon
Died 1840 in Geneva.
Buried Old Cemetery, Austinburg
Marker Inscription: name and dates.
Ref: Vol. 46, p. 364, Vol. 51.  D. A. R. Line.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter
COX, ANDREW Hamilton Co.
  Born 1761, Va.
Died 1852
Further information: Cincinnati, Ohio
COX, BENJAMIN Montgomery Co.
   
COX, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
COX, JOHN NEW Trumbull Co.
   
COX, MICHAEL Logan Co.
   
COX, TUNIS Hamilton Co.
   
COYKENDALL, HARMON Delaware Co.
  Pvt. under Col. Mickols, Capt. John Little, New York Regt.
Buried Kingston Twp.
Pensioned.
Further information: Delaware Chapter.
CRADLEBAUGH, OR (KREIDELBACH) JOHN Fairfield Co.
   
CRAFT, THOMAS Trumbull Co.
  Children:  One was Thomas Craft, Jr.
Buried Hillside Bazetta
Copied from S. A. R. Yr Bk.
Ref: Craft Jr. aptd administrator estate Oct. 14, 1841.
Further information: Mary Chesney Chapter.
CRAIG, JOHN Butler Co.
  Name on memorial tablet at Hamilton, O. as Revolutionary soldier buried in that Co., Dec. 4, 1840, Wayne Twp.
Further information: John Reily Chapter.
CRAIG, JOHN Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. D Berlin, Mahoning Co.
Buried probably Berliln Center.
Ref: Pa Archives series 2, Vol. 13, p. 46.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter.
CRAIG, JOHN S. Clark Co.
   
CRAIG, THOMAS, SR. Vinton Co.
   
CRAINE, ROGER Lake Co.
   
CRAM, ROGER Lake Co.
   
CRAMER, FREDERICK, Lt. Trumbull Co.
   
CRANDALL, AMARIAH Lake Co.
   
CRANE, CALEB Hamilton Co.
   
CRANE, CALVIN Mahoning Co.
   
CRANMER, JOHN, M.D. Hamilton Co.
   
CRANSTON, JOHN Champaign Co.
   
CRARY, CHRISTOPHER Union Co.
   
CRARY, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Born 1748
Died 1838
Ref: S.A.R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
CRAWFORD, JAMES Franklin Co.
   
CRAWFORD, JOHN Madison Co.
   
CRAWFORD, JOHN Madison Co.
   
CRAWFORD, WILLIAM, COL. Wyandotte Co.
   
CREED, MATTHEW Highland Co.
   
CRIBBS, JOHN (Co. not stated)
   
CRIST, CHRISTIAN Hamilton Co.
   
CRITCHFIELD, JOHN Holmes Co.
   
CRITCHFIELD, JOSEPH Knox Co.
   
CRITCHFIELD, JOSHUA Fairfield Co.
  Buried Hocking Twp.
Further information: Sherman Reese Chapter
CRITCHFIELD, NATHANIEL Knox Co.
   
CRITCHFIELD, WILLIAM Knox Co.
   
CROCKER, DAVID Portage Co.
  Died Oct. 25, 1849, Streetboro, O.
Buried Streetboro, O.
Marker Inscription:  "He was a soldier of the Revolution."
Placed on pension list in Portage Co. 1840.
Further information: Old North Western Reserve Chapter.
CROCKER, JEDEDIAH Cuyahoga Co.
  Sgt. Mass State Tr.
Born 1761
Died 1811
Buried Evergreen Cem. Dover.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter.
CRONINGER, JOSEPH Stark Co.
  Pvt. in served as ensign.
Buried Mahoning Co.
Came to Mahoning Co. from Franklin Co. Pa 1805
Ref:  Pa Archives Series 6, Val 4, p 127.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
CROOKS, WILLIAM Portage Co.
  Pensioned 1840
Lived at Aurora.
Listed in S. A. R. 1917 yr. bk.
Further information: Old Northwest Chapter
CROSBY, ELIJAH Ashtabula Co.
  Enl. Capt. Hungerford's Company of Conn Mil. on Nov. 11, 1781, and served in Arnold's attack upon New London.
Discharged Jan. 12, 1781.
Born 1764 East Haddam, Conn.
Married Phebe Church.
Children:  Phebe, Lucinda, Calvin, Lovena, Elial, Elijah, Joseph, Levi, Anna, Larissa, Henry
Died 1835 Rome, Ashtabula Co.
Land agent for Henry Champion and held the office of Post Master from 1785 to 1829.
Built the first school house.
The first sermon heard in Rome was delivered in his house.
Ref:  Conn. Men in the Rev;  Hist. of Ashtabula Co.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapt.
CROSBY, OBED. Trumbull Co.
   
CROSLEY, MOSES Warren Co.
   
CROUSE, JOHN, SR. Ross Co.
   
CROSS, JOHN Fairfield Co.
   
CROW, WILLIAM Jackson Co.
  Further information: Capt. John James Chapter.
CROWELL, MATTHEW Trumbull Co.
  Buried Bloomfield village cem.
Marker Inscription:  Has a marker, "M. Crowell; no dates of birth or wife's name.
Further information: Mary Chesney Chap.
CROWERCILER Fairfield Co.
  Buried St. Peters Cem.
Further information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter.
CROWL, GEORGE Columbiana Co.
  Further information: Bethia Southwick Chapter.
CROZER, JOHN Columbiana Co.
   
CROZIER, JOHN Cuyahoga Co.
  Minute Man.  Corp., Sgt. Lt. Mass Mil. Pvt. Ensign and Lt at battles of Lexington, Germantown, Yorktown, Monmouth, Valley Forge.
Born 1751 Dorchester, Mass.
Married Fannie Whiting.
Died 1823, Cuyahoga Co., O.
Buried Euclid Ave.
Grave Marker by Western Reserve Chapter.
Ref: Natl No. 60193, Vol. 61, p 65 D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter.
CULBERTSON, ALEXANDER, JR. Muskingum Co.
   
CULBERTSON, ROBERT Franklin Co.
   
CULVER, BEZALIEL Athens Co.
   
CULVER, DAVID Logan Co.
   
CULVER, SOLOMON (Co. not stated)
   
CUMMINGS, JOHN Monroe Co.
   
CUMMINS, JAMES (Co. not stated)
   
CUMMINS, PETER Butler Co.
   
CUNNINGHAM, JAMES Greene Co.
   
CUNNINGHAM, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD Greene Co.
   
CUPPY, JOHN Greene Co.
   
CURL, WILLIAM Logan Co.
   
CURRIER, SGT. Cuyahoga Co.
   
CURRY, JAMES Union Co.
   
CURRY, JOHN Preble Co.
   
CURRY, ROBERT Brown Co.
   
CURTIS, ELEAZER Washington Co.
   
CURIS, ISAAC (Curtis or Custis) Huron Co.
  Pvt. NY State;
Pensioned 1833, special act.
Were early settlers of Fitchville.
Curtis family in Norwalk until 1850
Further information: Sally De Forest Chapt.
CURTIS, REUBEN Geauga Co.
   
CURTIS ZARAH Knox Co.
   
CUSBOTT, ROBERT Greene Co.
   
CUSHING, NATHANIEL Washington Co.
   
CUSTARD, JACOB Perry Co.
   
CUTTER, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
CUTTER, SETH Hamilton Co.
   

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