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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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EARL, GRANTHAM Seneca Co.
  A soldier of the Revolution of 1776.
Died: Sept. 1, 1838, 80 yrs. 8 mos. 9 days.
Buried: Egbert's Cemetery or Pleasant Ridge
Grave Marker: D. A. R. with an iron marker (76) on May 30, 19922.
Further information: Dolly Todd Madison Chapter
EARL, THOMAS Ross Co.
   
EATON, ALEXANDER Hamilton Co.
   
EATON, JOSEPH Guernsey Co.
   
EBERSOLE, JACOB Clark Co.
   
EBERSOLE, SOLOMON Hamilton Co.
  Married: Christiana Cox, daughter of Tunis Cox.
Lived, died and buried at Columbia, Hamilton Co.
Further buried Cincinnati Chap.
ECKMAN, HIERONIMOUS Mahoning Co.
   
EDDY, WILLIAM R. Lake Co.
   
EDGAR, WM. Union Co.
   
EDGINGTON, JOSEPH Adams Co.
   
EDMAN, SAMUEL Licking Co.
   
EDMONDS, Peter Wayne Co.
   
EDWARDS, ADONIJAH Cuyahoga Co.
   
EDWARDS, JAMES Brown Co.
   
EDWARDS, JAMES Scioto Co.
   
EDWARDS, JOHN Licking Co.
   
EDWARDS, THOMAS Miami Co.
   
EGGERS, GEORGE Butler Co.
   
EGGLESTON, BENJAMIN Portage Co.
   
EGGLESTON, ELIAB Geauga Co.
   
EGGLESTON, TIMOTHY Medina Co.
   
ELAM, JOSHUA Greene Co.
   
ELDRED, SAMUEL Lorain Co.
   
ELDRIDGE, _______ Clermont Co.
   
ELLENWOOD, BENJAMIN Washington Co.
   
ELLIOT, JOHN, DR. Montgomery Co.
   
ELLIOT, JOHN Geauga Co.
   
ELLIOTT, REUBEN Ross Co.
   
ELLIOTT, ROBERT Franklin Co.
   
ELIOTT, SAMUEL Licking Co.
   
ELLIOTT, SAMUEL (by some, Now Ellet), Summitt Co.
   
ELLIS, ABRAHAM Clinton Co.
   
ELLIS, JESSE Brown Co.
   
ELLIS, LEMUEL Lake Co.
   
ELLIS, NATHAN Brown Co.
   
ELLIS, SAMUEL Brown Co.
   
ELLSWORTH, JOHN Summit Co.
   
ELLSWORTH, WILLIAM Geauga Co.
   
ELSTUN, ELI Clermont Co.
   
ELY, DARIUS Portage Co.
   
ELY, LEWIS Portage Co.
   
EMERSON, JESSE Lake Co.
   
EMERSON, JONATHAN Butler Co.
   
EMERSON, JOSEPH Lake Co.
   
EMERY, JOHN, Capt. Lake Co.
   
EMMS, JOSHUA Lake Co.
   
ENEMS, JOHN Hamiton Co.
   
ENGART, BENJAMIN Hamilton Co.
   
ENOCHS, ENOCH, Capt. Noble Co.
   
ENSIGN, WILLIAM Lake Co.
   
ENSMINGER, JOHN Meigs Co.
   
ERNST, CHRISTOPHER Pickaway Co.
   
ERUMAN, FREDERICK Fairfield Co.
   
ERVIN, CHRISTOPHER Mahoning Co.
   
FENTON, GAMALIEL Cuyahoga Co.
   
FENTON, SAMUEL Adams Co.
   
FENTON, SOLOMON Hamilton Co.
   
FERGUSON, HENRY Harrison Co.
   
FERGUSON, HENRY Harrison Co.
   
FERGUSON, ISAAC Clermont Co.
   
FERGUSON, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
FERGUSON, JAMES Ross Co.
   
FERGUSON, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
FERGUSON, JOHN SR. Highland Co.
   
FERGUSON, JOHN (Forgeson & Furguson) Lake Co.
   
FERGUSON, MATTHEW Ross Co.
   
FERGUSON, WILLIAM Hamilton Co.
   
FERGUSON, WILLIAM Harrison Co.
   
FERRELL, JOHN Licking Co.
   
FERRIS, ISAAC Hamilton Co.
   
FERRIS, JOHN Lorain Co.
   
FERRIS, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  4th New York Regiment Col. Jas. Holmes.
Born about 1757, England
Married: Elizabeth Deuton, (1758-1814)
Children: John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Phoebe, Rachel, Solomon, Susan.
Died: Sept. 23, 1800.
Buried near Montgomery, O. 
Came to Columbia, O. 1790.
Reference: New York in Revolution p. 48, Roberts:  Court House Records
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
FIELDS, CHARLES Adams Co.
  Entire war.
Born in Ireland 1739.
Married Grizzel Hemphill
Born: 1760, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Died: 1849, Hancock Co., O.
Reference: Natl. No. 78861, Vol. 79, D. A. R. Lineage
FIGHT, JACOB Hancock Co.
  Frontier Ranger of Northumberland Co., Pa.
Born: 1760, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Died 1849, Hancock Co., O.
Reference: Natl. 78861, Vol. 79, D. A. R. Lineage
FIGHT, JACOB, SR. Trumbull Co.
  Buried: Seceeders Corners, Liberty Twp.  Unable to locate grave.
Ref: S. A. R. Year Book.
Further information: Mary Chesney Chapter
FIKE, HENRY Wayne Co.
  Buried: Zion Church Cemetery at northwest corner under pine tree.
Monument Inscription: "Henry Fike, soldier of 1775"
Grave Marker: Plain marble slab at head of grave.
Further information: Wooster Wayne Chapter.
FILSON, JOHN Hamilton Co.
  Ensign Montgomery's Pennsylvania Battalion of the Flying Camp.  Taken prisoner near Fort Washington Nov. 16, 1788.
Reference: Heitmans p. 226.
Born: 1746, Chester Co., Pa.
Died 1788
Killed by Indians.  Spot unknown.
Surveyor: he with Matthias Denman and Robert Patterson were 3 original proprietors of Cincinnati.  He suggested "Losantiville" as name of town, which in 1790 was changed by Gov. St. Clair to Cinnati.
Reference: History of Cincinnati by C. F. Goss, 42-45; 23-25.
Further information Cincinnati Chapter.
FINCH, WILLIAM Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1849, Connecticut
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter
FINDLEY, DAVID Muskingum Co.
  Born: Allegheny Co., Pa.
Married: Jennie Mitchell in Pa.
Pensioner in 1840 at age of 75 yrs. while residing in Union twp. on a large tract of land where the town of New Concord now stands. 
Reared a family of eight children of whom all married and deceased at time of this writing (1892) except the wife of the son John, who was born in 1802.  John was the fourth child.
David Findley was related to Gov. Findley and Dr. Findley of Pa.  He lived to be over 90 yrs. of age and died in Muskingum Co.  Was Judge at one time.  Judge David Findley, coming in 1806, purchased lands of Henry Reasoner, who had located in Sec. 1 in 1804.
In 1827 the establishing of the National road through his place prompted him to lay out a town which was accomplished March 24, 1828.  The location of the town of Concord and description of the town is recorded as follows: "P 298.  Judge David Findley's large brick house was erected in 1828.  It was the first brick house in New Concord.
Reference: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Muskingum County" printed in 1892 by the Goodspeed Publishing co.  Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
FINDLEY, ROBERT W. Hamilton Co.
  Private
Born: 1750
Died:  1840, Germantown, Maryland
Reference: Natl. No. 21637, p. 232, Vol. 22
FINK, GEORGE HANS Mahoning Co.
   
FINK, JOHN Mahoning Co.
  Private in Continental Army, Pennsyulvania.
Buried: Old Springfield Cemetery.
Reference:  Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Vol. 4, p. 320; Vol. 8, p. 467, 599.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
FINNEY, MAJOR Hamilton Co.
   
FINNEY, EBENEZER, W. Hamilton Co.
   
FINNEY, JOHN Harrison Co.
   
FINNEY, JOSIAH Trumbull Co.
   
FINNEY, MAJOR Hamilton Co.
   
FISH, EBENEZER (County not stated)
   
FISH, EPHRAIM Huron Co.
   
FISHER, ADAM Clermont Co.
  Adjutant Lancaster County Militia.  1777  Lt. 6th Company 1779.
Died: 1829 aged 79 years.  Clermont Co., O.
Reference: Natl. No. 11,286, p. 110, Vol. 12, D. A. R. Lineage
FISHER, ADAM Stark Co.
  Buried: Mud Brook Cemetery, Jackson Twp., Stark Co., O.
Reference:  Authority: History of Stark Co. edited by William Henry Perrin.
Further information: Massillon Chapter
FISHER, DANIEL, Col. Washington Co.
   
FISHER, ENOCH Union Co.
   
FISHER, HENRY Columbiana Co.
  Born: 1757
Lived in Fairfield Twp., Columbiana County, in 1819, aged 62 yrs.
A pensioner
Further information: Bethia Southwick Chap.
FISHER, JACOB Delaware Co.
  Private under Col. Jacob Hoover, Pennsylvania Troops.
Buried: Berkshire Twp.
Further information: Delaware Chapter
FISHER, HENRY Columbiana Co.
  Born: 1757
Lived in Fairfield Twp., Columbiana Co. in 1819, aged 62 yrs.
Pensioner.
Further information: Bethia Southwick Chapter
FISHER, JOHN Hancock Co.
  Buried: Hancock County but grave not located.
No descendants here.
Further information Ft. Findley Chapter.
FISHER, JOHN C. Jefferson Co.
  Born: 1756
Died: 1809
Buried Union Cem., Steubenville, O
Grave Marker by Steubenville D. A. R.
Further information: Steubenville Chapter
FISHER, PAUL Columbiana Co.
  Private 7 mos. under Lt. Peter Groves, Pennsylvania Lines
Born: Sunbury, Pa.
Married: Kathrine Kishter
Died: 1828, Calcutta
Reference: Natl. NO. 72133, p. 49, Vol. 73, D. A. R. Lineage
FISTER, JOHN Mahoning Co.
  Fifer.  Capt. Gobins Company, 6th Batallion, Berk Co. Militia.  Col. Joseph Huster's Regiment.
Served from Aug. 10, 1780 to Sept. 9, 1780.
Born: 1746
Died: 1813
Buried: Boardman, Ohio
Reference:  Pa. Archives, Series 5, Vol. 5, pp. 136, 239.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
FITCH, ANDREW Warren Co.
  Commanded a Company in 4th Connecticut Regiment 1771-81
Born: 1747, Preston, Connecticut
Married: Abigail Mason in 1781 (Born 1755 Died 1842)
Died: 1811, Lebanon, Warren Co.
Reference: Natl. No. 56620, Vol. 57, p. 214, D. A. R. Lineage
 
FITCH, HAYES Mahoning Co.
  Served in Connecticut in the Revolutionary War.
Capt. Jabez Gregory's Company 1777.  Given land grant on Western Reserve.
Born: 1734, Connecticut
Married:  Ann ______ (1740-1814).
Children: Jedidiah, David,
Died Aug. 11, 1815
Buried: Cem, Canfield, O.
Came from Connecticut to Canfield, O. in 1802.
Reference Connecticut Men in the Revolution, p. 601;  Biography E. Ohio Summers, Descendatn was Principal Thorne of Delason School, Youngstown, O. and Natl. No. 12612, Vol. 13, p. 234 D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
FITCH, JAMES Mahoning Co.
  Private in Capt. Jabez Gregory's Company, Connecticut.
Buried: Elsworth Cem.
Lived in Youngstown in 1826.
Reference: Connecticut Men in the Revolution, p. 48.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
FITHIAN, ISAAC Trumbull Co.
   
FLANAGAN, JOHN Columbiana Co.
   
FLEEHARTY, AMASSA Richland Co.
   
FLEMING, JAMES Preble Co.
   
FLEMING, THOMAS Preble Co.
   
FLETCHER, SHEREBIAH Washington Co.
   
FLINN, BENJAIN Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1763, New Jersey
Died: 1837
Reference: S. A. R. 
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter
FLINT, HEZEKIAH Hamilton Co.
   
FLINT, JOHN Medina Co.
   
FLORA, ABIJAH Ross Co.
   
FLOWER, ISAAC Trumbull Co.
   
FLOYD, WILLIAM Adams Co.
   
FOBES, LEMUEL Lake Co.
   
FOBES, NATHAN Ashtabula Co.
  Born: Bridgewater, Mass.
Parents: Capt. Simon Fobes, Thankful Ellis.
Married: Rebecca Parsons, Aug. 29, 1727.
Children: David, Jabez, Sally, Justus, Rebecca (Dean), Nathan, Loton, Oshea
Died: Nov. 23, 1833, Wayne
Buried: Center Cemebery near Wayne Center. Seventh Row
Monument inscription: "In Memory of Nathan Fobes."
Grave Marker by family, sandstone slab.
Came to Wayne from Chester, Massachusetts in 1806, where he owned a small rocky farm.
Farmer
Further information:
Eunice Grant Chapter.
FOBES, SIMON, Capt. Ashtabula Co.
  Was a Captain in the French and Indian War prior to the Revolution.  Commissioned by the General Assembly of Connecticut Colony as Capt. of the 19th Company of Ft. Trumbull.
Born: Feb. 22, 1722, Preston, Connecticut
Parents: Caleb and Abigal (Gates) Fobes.
Married: Thankful Ellis
Children: Lt. Simon, Caleb, Nathan, Sarah, (Lt Simon and Nathan were both in Revolution)
Died: Feb. 7, 1808.
Buried: Wayne Center Cemetery, Seventh Row.
Monument inscription: "In memory of Capt. Simon Forbes."
Grave Marker old sandstone slab, erected by family.
Came to Wayne in 1807.
Pioneer Farmer.
See p. 198 Wayne History p. 108 and 109.
Mahoning Valley Historical Coll345-394
Further information: Eunice Grant Chapter.
FOBES, SIMON, Lt. Ashtabula Co.
   
FOOS, JOHN Franklin Co.
   
FOOT, DAVID Cuyahoga Co.
   
FOOT, TIMOTHY Huron Co.
   
FORD, ANDREW Lake Co.
   
FORD, BARNABAS or Bernard Mahoning Co.
   
FORD, HEZEKIAH Cuyahoga Co.
   
FORD, JOHN Geauga Co.
   
FORD, NATHAN Geauga Co.
   
FORD, WILLIAM, Capt. Washington Co.
   
FORMAN, DANIEL, SR. Miami Co.
   
FORNEY, ABRAHAM Harrison Co.
   
FORSMAN, HUGH Ross Co.
  Died Green Twp.
Buried: Mt. Pleasant, near Kingston, Ross Co., O.
Monument Inscription: Obliterated.  Name gone - wife of Hugh Forsman died March 12, 1814, aged 45 yrs., 6 mos. 27 days.
Fur from a 1913 S. A. R. list.
Further information National Massie Chapter
FORSYTHE, JOHN Muskingum Co.
  Died: Aug. 11, 1838
Buried: Crooked Creek Cemetery, 1 mile south of New Concord.
Further information: Muskingum Chapter
FORT, JOSEPH Scioto Co.
   
FOSTER, _____ Medina Co.
  Born: 1754
Died: 1848
Buried in Sharon
Grave Marker by Western Reserve.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter
FOSTER, ALBIO Lorain Co.
  Further information: Western Resrve Chapter.
FOSTER, ASA Hamilton Co.
  Born: 1758, Connecticut
Died: 1827
Reference: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter
FOSTER, EPHRAIM Washington Co.
   
FOSTER, JAMES Mahoning Co.
  Private in 10th Virginia Regiment Col. Davis, Capt. Overton's Company.
Born: Lancaster Co., Pa.
Died: Poland, Ohio 1814.
Reference: Natl. No. 20314, p. 110, Vol. 21, D. A. R. Lineage
FOSTER, JOHN, 1ST Pike Co.
   
FOSTER, NATHANIEL Adams Co.
  Enlisted in 1776 in Capt. Tom Broeck's Company, again in 1777, again in 1781; served short terms.
Born: Feb. 7, 1760, in Morris Co., N.Y.
Married: first wife, name not given; second, named Cleveland
Children: Samuel, Isaac, Nathaniel, Mary and Anna; Nathan, Moses, Jeddiah, Asa.
Daughters names not given.
Died: 1842.
Buried on banks Brush Creek in Foster grave yard.
Reference: Evans and Stivers History of Adams Co.
Further information: Sycamore Chapter.
FOSTER, PEREGRINE Washington Co.
   
FOUGHT, JOHN MORRIS Coshocton Co.
   
FOUST, JAKOB Morrow Co.
   
FOWLER, CALEB Geauga Co.
   
FOWLER, RICHARD Coshocton Co.
   
FOX, FREDERICK Montgomery Co.
   
FOX, ISRAEL Lake Co.
   
FOX, JACOB Hancock Co.
   
 FRANKS, HENRY Washington Co.
   
FRANKS, HENRY Wayne Co.
   
FRANTZ, ADAM Tuscarawas Co.
   
FRAZEE, JONAS Hamilton Co.
   
FRAZEE, JONATHAN Mahoning Co.
   
FRAZEE, MOSES (County not stated)
   
FRAZIER, GEORGE Trumbull Co.
   
FREDERICK, THOMAS Columbia Co.
   
FREEMAN, JOHN Butler Co.
   
FREEMAN, NATHAN Portage Co.
   
FREEMAN, ROBERT Trumbull Co.
   
FREEMAN, RUFUS Medina Co.
   
FREEMAN, SOLOMAN Licking Co.
   
FRENCH, NATHAN Lake Co.
   
FRENCH, SEBA Lake Co.
   
FRENCH, WILLIAM Geauga Co.
   
FRESHOUR, JOHN Ross Co.
   
FRISHBY, LUTHER Trumbull Co.
   
FRITZ, MARTIN Wayne Co.
  8th Battalion Pennsylvania Militia.
Died: Shinersburg, Aug. 17, 1844
Buried: Shinersburg, near Rittman, O., east end of cemetery
Monument Inscription: "Martin Fritz died Aug. 17, 1844, aged 94 years."
8th Battalion Pennsylvania Militia.
Further information: Wooster Wayne Chapter
FRYBACK, GEORGE Pickaway Co.
   
FULLER, BENJAMIN JR. Clinton Co.
  Buried: Sugar Grove Cemetery, Wilmington
Further information: George Clinton Chapter
FULLER, JAMES, DR. Athens Co.
   
FULLER, JOSEPH, SR. Lake Co.
   
FULLER, WILLIAM Cuyahoga Co.
  Private Massachusetts Continental
Born: 1745
Alive in 1818
Ohio Pension roll.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter
FULLERTON, ROBERT Mahoning Co.
  Private in Pennsylvania
Children:  Andrew, Samuel, Joseph, Robert
Buried Mahoning Co.
Reference: Pa. Archives, Series 2, Vol. 13, p. 77; Trumbull & Mahoning Co. History, Vol. 2, p. 129
Further information: Mahoning Chapter
FUNK, ADAM Perry Co.
   
FUNK, MARTIN Scioto Co.
   
FURNACE, WILLIAM Huron Co.
  Served 4 yrs.
Born: March 20, 1759 Marblehead, Mass
Died: March 4, 1843.
Buried: Olena.
Further Information: Sally De Forest Chapter
FUSON, WILLIAM Campaign Co.
  See Revolutionary War Records, Bureau of Pensions service S 4,291; Beers History of Champaign Co.
Born: Apr. 16, 1762 in Hanover Co., Va. 
Parents: John Fuson and Miss Wheeler
Married: Hannah Bates, 1785
Children:  John, Jesse, Obadiah, William, Elizabeth, Joel, Hannah, James, Isaiah, Samuel, Jeremiah.
Died 1835.
Buried in Glady Creek Cemetery near Springhills.
Reference:  Mrs. Sylvia Ferguson, Cincinnati, O.
Further information Urbana and Cincinnati Chapts.
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