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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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KACKLEY, JOHN (Also COCKLEY) Guernsey Co.
  Pvt. Cumberland Co. Mil. 3rd Bn, 1781.
Born July 10, 1741
Died Apr. 7, 1832
Ref  S. A. R.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter
KARR, MATTHEW (Co. not stated)
  Pvt. 1778, in Capt. Robert Wilkin's Company, Col. Josiah Harmar's Regt.
Born about 1734 in Ireland.
Died 1791 in Ohio.
Ref: Natl No. 67383, Vol. 68, p. 137, D. A. R Lin.
Ref: Mrs. Emma A. K. Carrhicks, Salisbury, O.
KATZENBERGER, JOHN Hancock Co.
  Buried south of Benton Ridge.
Further information: Ft. Findlay Chapter
KEATON, _____ Jackson Co.
  Buried in a country graveyard near Keystone.
Further information: Capt. James Chapter
KECKLER, JACOB Fairfield)
  Died Fairfield Co. about 1830.
Buried on home farm, 3 miles southwest of Bremen.
Came to Ohio from Pa about 1800.
Ref: S. B. Keckler, Sealston, King George Co., Va.
Further information: Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter.
KEELOR, THOMAS Hamilton co.
  Enlisted 1779 Capt. Richard Cox's Company, 3rd Reg. NJ Continental Establishment.
Born 1764, N.J.
Died 1851, Cincinnati.
Ref: S. A. R. Natl No. 55128, Vol. 56, p. 61, D. A. R. Lineage.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
KELL, SAMUEL Warren Co.
  Pvt. in Capt. Through's Company.  Col. Patterson Bell's Regt. Pa. LIne.
Died after 1820, Warren Co., O.
Ref: Vol. 94, p. 288, Natl No. 93937 D. A. R. Lineage.
KELLER, HENRY Fairfield Co.
  Pvt. in Capt. Geo. Hudson's Company, Pa line.
Born 1755 York, Pa.
Married Catherine Seitz.
Died 1838, Fairfield Co.
Ref: Vol. 96, p. 46, Natl No. 95132 D. A. R. Lineage.
KELLER, JOHN (or KELLAR) Clark Co.
  Enlisted from Lancaster, Pa., 1776 as Pvt. in Capt. George Gantz's Company, Pa. Tr.
Born 1758 Lancaster Co., Pa.
Married Garber _ Annie Ball.
Children:
  Salome,
  Mary,
  Christine,
  Mrs. Reprogle.
Died 1837, near New Carlisle, Bethel Twp., O.
Buried Old Frantz Cem., 4 miles west of Springfield, O. on National Road.
MI: "John Kellar Died 1837 Age 79"
GM: S. A. R. Metal marker, about 1906.
Farmer.
Was placed on pens roll 1832 from Clark Co., O.
REf: Pens Department. D. A. R. Natl No. 42046.
Further information: Lagonda Chap.
KELLOG, ELDAD Ashtabula Co.
  Enlisted 1776 under Capt. John Stenens, Col. Chas. Burrall's Continental Regt.  Was at the battle of the Cedars, where he was taken prisoner.  He reenlisted 1780 and was at West Point when Arnold deserted.
Born 1752.
Married Elizabeth Waterhouse, 1783
Children: Sophia, Hneery, Ulysses, Erastus, Walter
Died 1838, Newton Falls, Trumbull Co.
Buried Harpersfield, Ashtabula Co., O.
Ref:  "Conn. Men in the Rev."; Lin. Bk. Vol. XXXVI.  Hist. Western Reserve.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter.
KELLOGG, JOSIAH Cuyahoga Co.
  Fifer, Conn. Line age 9 yrs.
Born 1770.
Died 1847.
Buried Fair View Cem., Rockport.
Further information: Western Reserve Chapter.
KELLOGG, MARTIN Huron Co.
  In Capt. John Granger's Company.  Was at Ticonderoga, and served under different commands.
Born 1757, Springfield, Mass.
Married Lucy Dunham.
Had a daughter named Philena.
Died 1850, Norwalk, O.
Buried Bronson Cem. (abandoned).
Ref: Vol. 44, p. 115, D. A. R. Lineage.
Further information: Sally De Forest Chap.
KELLOGG, PLINNEY Lorain Co.
  In 1777 served as Pvt under Washington, at battle of Monmouth, and under Gates and Arnold at battle of Saratoga, when Burgoyne surrendered.
Born 1752, Westfield, Mass.
Died 1842 LaGrange (there is also Lagrange in Lawrence Co.) O.
Mar. 1782.
Ref: Natl No. 56926, Vol. 57, p. 320, D. A. R. Lineage.
KELLOGG, SETH Montgomery Co.
  Pvt. soldier in Gen. Waterbury's Brig., Conn. Tr.  See p. 565 "Conn Men in Rev."
Born Feb. 8, 1740, Norwalk, Conn.
Parents: Deacon John Kellogg, and Ann Coley of Norwalk and Fairfield, Conn.
Married Eunice Judd, Sept. 6, 1761.
Children:
  Mary Kellogg Hoyt,
  Esther,
  Eunice Kellogg Munger,
  Jemima Kellogg Tibbalk,
  Mary Kellogg Ives,
  Olive Kellogg Porter,
  Anne,
  Seth,
  Ethel,
  Elihu and
  Ezra.
Died on farm near Centerville, Montgomery Co., June 26, 1819.
GM by son-in-law, Gen. Munger (1812 War).
Came to Ohio very early (1797) from Middleburg, Va. with wife of children Jonathan and Edmund Munger (his son-in-law) and Benjamin Maltbie.  Traveled in two three-horse wagons, the wheel horses driven by lines and the leader driven by a boy.  Came throu Pa. to Marietta where they remained for a while in the stockade.  Thence before in 1799.  To Cincinnati in 1800 by water, thence to Washington Twp., Montgomery Co.
Ref: Miss Jean Rowland, London, O. Kelloggs Genealogy, p. 154.  History of Montgomery Co.; Ohio Family records.
Further information: London Chapter.
KELLY, JAMES Clark Co.
  Pvt. Col. Gibson's Va. Tr.  Capt. Scott's Company.
Born 1752, Scotland.
Married Catherine Stewart, 1783, in Monongalia Co., W. Va.
Children:
  Rachel,
  Joseph,
  John,
  Samuel,
  Thomas,
  Nathan,
  Mary,
  James,
  Catherine,
  Stewart,
  Francis,
  Leah.
Died Apr. 30, 1837. Five miles south of Springfield, O.
Buried Columbia Street Cem., Springfield, O., southeast portion about 25 ft from street.
MI: "James Kelly Apr. 30 1837.  Aged 85 years.
GM Family and S. A. R. metal marker, 1906.  Was with Washington at Valley Forge 1777 and 1778 and had face and ears so badly frozen fleshy parts dropped off.  Later a bullet took the end of his nose.
Farmer.
Came to Ohio in 1808. 
During War of 1812 an Englishman hurrahed for King George, Kelly struck at him, missed him and broke a walnut panel in a door.
Ref: A printed book of the Kelly Family.
Further information: Lagonda Chap.
KELLY, JOHN Lorain Co.
  Buried Huntington Center, O., south of Wellington.
Monument Inscription: "John Kelly died Apr. 22, 1842, age 79.  Yorktown, 1781."
Grave Marked Tombstone, seen by Mrs. E. Little.  Oberlin, O.  1913 S. A. R. list gives "John Keeley" Huntington Cem. and no doubt same man.
Further information: Oberlin Chapter.
KELLY, JOHN Muskingum Co.
  Revolutionary Solcer.
Died Jan. 11, 1853 in Union Twp., Muskingum Co., aged 98 yrs.
Buried Rich Hill Cem., Rich Hill twp., Muskingum Co.
Further information: Muskingum Chapter.
KELLY, OLIVER Hamilton Co.
  Born 1757, N. J. 1827
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chapter.
KELISMERE, FRANCIS Hamilton Co.
  Born 1744, Maryland
Died 1826.
Ref: S. A. R.
Further information: Cincinnati Chap.
KEMP, JOHN W. Seneca Co.
  Pvt. 1776 Dame's Company, Queen Annes Co., Md.
Born 1745, Md.
Married Mary Miller, 1778.
Died 1844, Bascom, O.
Ref: Natl No. 75826, Vol. 76, D. A. R. Lineage.
KEMPER, PETER (Co. not stated)
  Pvt. and Ensign in Va. Line.
Born 1743, Fauquier Co., Va.
Died 1829, Ohio.
Ref. Vol. 95, p. 122, Natl No. 94377, D. A R. Lineage.
KENDALL, ROBERT, SR. Greene Co.
  Soldier of the Rev.
Died 1842, aged 91 yrs.
Buried Associated Reformed Churchyard, E. 3rd St., Xenia.
Living in Xenia, 1808.
Ref: Robinson's History of Green Co. *
Further information: Catherine Greene Chapt.
--------- SHARON WICK'S NOTE:
In Robinson's History of Greene Co., Ohio it lists on page 331 the following:
Kendall, Robert, Sr., Xenia, 1808; soldier of the Revolution; died in 1842, aged ninety-one; buried in A. R. churchyard, East Third Street, Xenia.
KENNEDY, DAVID Portage Co.
   
KENNEDY, FRANCIS Hamilton Co.
   
KENNEDY, HUGH Brown Co.
   
KENNISTON, JAMES Hamilton Co.
   
KENT, ABSALOM Harrison Co.
   
KENT, JOHN Seneca Co.
   
KENT, JONAS Portage Co.
   
KENT, THOMAS Columbiana Co.
   
KENT, WILLIAM Ross Co.
   
KENT, ZENAS Portage Co.
   
KENTFIELD, EBENEZER Geauga Co.
   
KERNS, JOHN, 1ST Highland Co.
   
KERR, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
KERR, MATTHEW Washington Co.
   
KKERSTETLER, LEONARD Stark Co.
   
KESTER, JOSEPH Morrow Co.
   
KETCH, THOMAS Mahoning Co.
   
KETCHAM, SAMUEL Coshocton Co.
   
KEYES, ELIAS Cuyahoga Co.
   
KEYES, SALMA Scioto Co.
   
KEYS, RICHARD Hamilton Co.
   
KIBBEY, EPHRAIM Warren Co.
   
KIDD, NATHANIEL Washington Co.
   
KIDD, ROBERT Mahoning Co.
   
KIDDER, REUBEN Geauga Co.
   
KIESTER, PETER Montgomery Co.
   
KIEVER, (or KEIVER), HENRY Butler Co.
   
KILBOURN, _____ Ross Co.
   
KILLIN, JOHN Adams Co.
   
KIMBALL, ABEL Lake Co.
   
KIMBALL, JARED Trumbull Co.
   
KIMBALL, MOSES Huron Co.
   
KIMBALL, MOSES Jefferson Co.
   
KIMBALL, NATHAN Guernsey Co.
   
KIMMEL, DAVID Montgomery Co.
   
KINCAID, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
KINCAID, THOMAS Adams Co.
   
KINDALE, JOSEPH Mahoning Co.
   
KING, BENJAMIN Geauga Co.
   
KING, PETER Ashtabula Co.
  Pvt.
Buried Center Cem., Conneaut Twp.
Further information: Mary Redmond Chapter.
KING, ZEBULON, CAPT. Washington Co.
  Enl. from Taunton, Mass.  Lt. in Col. Gamaliel Bradford's Regt.; Capt. James Cooper's Company; Capt. Joseph Wadsworth's 5th Company.  Capt. Lt. in two different Regts.  Capt. of 8th Company.
Born R. I.
Died 1789, Belpre, O.
Ref: Mass. Soldiers and Sailors.
Further information: Marietta Chapter.
KINGMAN, ALEXANDER Morrow Co.
   
KINGSBURY, SAMUEL (Co. not stated)
  Pvt. in Capt. Heman Smith's Company, Col. Coller's Berkshire Co. Regt. which marched 1781 from Sandisfield to Stillwater.
Born 1750, Mass.
Died 1844, Ohio.
On Pension roll 1840.
Ref: Natl. No. 49535, Vol. 50, 235, D. A. R. Lin.
KINGSLEY, ENOS Geauga Co.
   
KINGSLEY, NATHAN Co. not stated)
   
KINNEY, ARRORN Summit Co.
   
KINNEY, JOHN Morrow Co.
   
KINSMAN, JOHN Trumbull Co.
   
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM (later changed to Kirk) Mahoning Co.
   
KIRKUM, PHILEMON Medina Co.
   
KIRKWOOD, ROBERT Mercer Co.
   
KIRTLAND, TURHAND Mahoning Co.
   
KISER, JOHN Montgomery Co.
   
KITCHELL, ASA Hamilton Co.
   
KITCHELL, DANIEL Hamilton Co.
   
KITCHELL, JOHN Butler Co.
   
KITCHELL, MOSES Hamilton Co.
   
KLEVER, JOHN Fayette Co.,
   
KLINGER, PHILIP Preble Co.
   
KLIPPINGER, ANTONY or (ANTHONY CLIPPINGER Columbiana Co.
   
KNAPP, JEREMIAH Fulton Co.
   
KNOWLES, JAMES Washington Co.
   
KNOWLTON, STEPHEN, JR. Ashtabula Co.
  Turned out at the Lexington Alarm, and enl. at the first call for tr in Capt. Thomas Knowlton's Company of Conn. Tr.  Stationed at Cambridge during the siege.  Was a prisoner from Morgan, Ashtabula Co.
Born 1753, Ashford, Conn.
Married Diodema Chubb.
Children:  Laura, Calvin.
Died 1830, Morgan, Ashtabula Co., O.
Buried Rock Creek
Ref: Ashtabula Co. Hist.; Lin. Bk. Vol. LXI, Conn. in the Rev.  Natl. No. 29553, Vol. 30, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Mary Stanley Chapter.
KOCH, ADAM Stark Co.
   
COHL, GEORGE Mahoning Co.
   
KOOKEN, JAMES or (KOCHEN) Delaware Co.
   
KOON, FREDERICK Highland Co.
  Buried family graveyard 4 miles west of Hillsboro.  Grave unmarked.
Further information: Waw-Wil-A-Way Chapter.
KREAGER, JACOB Muskingum Co.
   
KROUSE, JOHN Clinton Co.
  Buried Lieurance Graveyard, near Brown School House.
Further information: George Clinton Chapter.
KUHN, JOHN Stark Co.
   
KKUR, ROBERT Mahoning Co.
   
KYLE, JOSEPH, SR. Greene Co.
   

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