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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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TAIT, THOMAS Trumbull Co.
  Buried Oak Grove Cem., Warren, O.  Unable to locate grave.
Ref: Baldwin Library, Youngstown, O.  Kindness of Miss Kyle.
Further information: Mary Chesney Chapter
TALBOT, RICHARD Washington Co.
  Ensign, Lt. and Adjutant.  Served as 2nd Lt and 1st Lt in the 4th Maryland Regt.  Resigned Nov. 6, 1777.  Fought in the battles of White Plains, Brandywine and Germantown.
Born Dec., 1753.
Died Dec. 22, 1821, Grandview Twp., Washington Co., O.
Buried Grandview Twp., in Carson's Cem.
Ref: Maryland Archives; Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C.
Further information: Marietta Chapter.
TALCOTT, ELIZAR
(or ELEAZOR)
Trumbull Co.
   
TALIAFERRO, RICHARD Clermont Co.
   
TANNER, TYRAL Mahoning Co.
   
TANNER, W. M. Trumbull Co.
   
TAPSCOTT, JAMES Warren Co.
   
TAULMAN, HERMANU Hamilton Co.
   
TAYLOR, BENJAMIN Champaign Co.
   
TAYLOR, DANIEL Delaware Co.
   
TAYLOR, ELISHA Portage Co.
   
TAYLOR, FREEGIFT Medina Co.
   
TAYLOR, HENRY Butler Co.
   
TAYLOR, JAMES, CAPT. Muskingum Co.
   
TAYLOR, JAMES Licking Co.
   
TAYLOR, JAMES Mahoning Co.
  Pvt.
Born 1732.
Married Martha, age 78 when died.
Died 1854.
Buried Old Springfield Cem.
Lived in Northumberland Co., Pa. in 1790.
Ref: Pa. Archives.  Series 3, Vol. 23, p. 672.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter.
TAYLOR, JASHER (Co. not stated)
  Born 1753 in Ashfield.
Married Dollly Carr.
Died Dover, O.
Ref: Natl. No. 99706, Vol. 100, p. 218, D. A. R. Lin.
TAYLOR, ROBERT, COL. Washington Co.
  Born 1748
Died 1801
Buried Mound Cem., Marietta, O.
Marker Inscription: "Colonel Robert Taylor, 1746-1801."
Grave Marker Marietta Chapter by Revolutionary marker and on gateway, Nov. 30, 1906;  marker stolen and replaced in 1920.
Further information: Marietta Chapter.
TAYLOR, SAMUEL Miami Co.
  Buried Sodom Graveyard on Casstown pike.
Grave Marker Miami Chap. with bronze marker in 1904.
Further information: Miami Chapter.
TAYLOR, SAMUEL Portage Co.
   
TAYLOR, SIMON Trumbull Co.
   
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY Huron Co.
   
TAYLOR, TOM (THOMAS) Perry Co.
   
TAYLOR, THOMAS Richland Co.
   
TAYLOR, WILLIAM Auglaize Co.
   
TAYLOR, WILLIAM Jefferson Co.
   
TAYLOR, WILLIAM Mahoning Co.
  Pvt. in Weland's Pa. Company.
Pensioned in 1824, aged 84 yrs. at time.
Born 1740.
Buried Mahoning Co.
Ref: Pa Archives, Series 3, Vol. 23, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Mahoning Chapter.
   
TAYLOR, WILLIAM Miami Co.
  Buried Northeast of Casstown Cem.
Further information: Miami Chapter.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM Ross Co.
   
TEATSORTH, ISAAC Hancock Co.
   
TELFORD, ALEXANDER Miami Co.
   
TEMPLETON, WILLIAM Mahoning Co.
   
TERFLINGER, CHRISTOPHER Wyandot Co.
   
TERRELL, ELIHU Lorain Co.
   
TERRELL, OLIVER Lorain Co.
   
TERRY, JULIUS Huron Co.
   
TERWILLIGER, NATHANIEL Hamilton Co.
   
THARP, JOHN Warren Co.
   
THATCHER, AMOS Greene Co.
  Pvt. New Jersey Mil.
Pensioned 1831.
Died Ross Twp.
Further information: Catherine Greene Chapter.
THAYER, JOEL Summit Co.
   
THOMAS, ABRAM Miami Co.
   
THOMAS, MICHAEL Ross Co.
   
THOMPSON, ALEXANDER Clermont Co.
   
THOMPSON, ISAAC, LT. Geauga Co.
   
THOMPSON, JAMES Union Co.
   
THOMPSON, JOB Portage Co.
  Pvt. in N H Continental Line. 
Placed on Pension Roll Feb. 28, 1833.
Buried Shalersville.
Drew Pension at Ravenna in 1840.
Further information: Old Northwest Chapter.
THOMPSON, JOHN Brown Co.
   
THOMPSON, JOHN Medina Co.
   
THOMPSON, JOSEPH Coshocton Co.
   
THOMPSON, PETER Geauga Co.
   
THOMPSON, PRICE Hamilton Co.
   
THOMPSON, R. Belmont Co.
   
THOMPSON, RICHARD Delaware Co.
   
THOMSON, STEPHEN, JR. Summit Co.
   
THOMPSON, STEPHEN, SR.,  DEACON Summit Co.
   
THOMPSON, WILLIAM Geauga Co.
   
THOMAS, THORLA Noble Co.
   
THRALL, SAMUEL, JR. Licking Co.
   
THRIFT, WILLIAM, SR. Knox Co.
   
THURBER, AMOS Portage Co.
   
THWING, JOHN Geauga Co.
   
TIBBETTS, ISAAC Hamilton Co.
   
TICHINOR, JONATHAN Hamilton Co.
   
TIDD, _____ Trumbull Co.
   
TILDEN, DANIEL, COL. Portage Co.
   
TILTON, JOHN Ashland Co.
   
TINEY, RICHARD Fulton Co.
   
TINGLEY, JEREMIAH Jefferson Co.
   
TINGLEY, LEVI Clermont Co.
   
TIPPEY, URIAH (TIPPIE) Athens Co.
   
TIPTON, SOLOMON Coshocton Co.
  Buried Baptist Cem., Perry Twp.
Further information: Coshocton Chapter.
TIPTON, THOMAS Champaign Co.
  Born Mch. 1, 1748, in Virginia.
Died Sept. 20, 1862.
Buried Jonathan Cem., near Heathtown.
Further information: Urbana Chapter.
TODD, WILLIAM Hamiton Co.
   
TODD, WILLIAM Harrison Co.
   
TOLLEN, CORNELIUS (TOLAND) Clark Co.
   
TOMPSON, ALEXANDER Mahoning Co.
   
TORRENCE, JOHN Greene Co.
   
TOWNSEND, JAMES Meigs Co.
   
TOWNSEND, ROBERT Meigs Co.
   
TOWNSLEY, JOHN Greene Co.
   
TOWNSLEY, THOMAS Greene Co.
   
TRACY, SETH Trumbull Co.
   
TRASK, RETIRE Geauga Co.
   
TRAVIS, JOHN, CAPT. Columbiana Co.
   
TRAXIER, EMANUEL Jackson Co.
   
TREBER, JOHN Adams Co.
   
TREES, JOHN Clermont Co.
   
TREMAIN, PHILIP (Co. not stated)
   
TREVITT, HENRY Licking Co.
   
TREW, EPHRAIM Washington Co.
   
TRIMBLE, JOHN Holmes Co.
   
TROBRIDGE, LEVI
(THROWBRIDGE)
Gallia Co.
   
TROVILLO, JONATHAN Warren Co.
   
TROWBRIDGE, EBENEZER Portage Co.
   
TROXEL, JOHN (TROXELL) Madison Co.
   
TRUAX, DAVID Preble Co.
   
TRUMAN, PETER Medina Co.
   
TRUE, SURGEON JABEZ Washington Co.
   
TRUSDALE, JOHN Mahoning Co.
   
TRYON, EZRA Wayne Co.
   
TUCKER, HENRY Hamilton Co.
   
TUCKER, JAMES Trumbull Co.
   
TUCKER, JOHN Hamilton Co.
   
TUFTS, FRANCIS Warren Co.
   
TULLIS, AARON Miami Co.
   
TULLIS, JOHN Logan Co.
   
TULLIS, JOHN Warren Co.
   
TUPPER, ANSELM Washington Co.
   
TUPPER, BENJAMIN, GEN. Washington Co.
   
TUPPER, SIMEON Summit Co.
   
TURNER, ADAM Mahoning Chapt.
   
TURNER, ALLYN Portage Co.
   
TURNER, BENJAMIN Licking Co.
  Buried on Holler, now Lensing farm.
Ref: Brister's Hist.
Further information: Hetuck Chapter.
TURNER, JOHN B. Hamilton Co.
   
TURNEY, ASA Lake Co.
   
TURRELL, JOHN Portage Co.
   
TURRILL, JARED Hamilton Co.
   
TUTTLE, CLEMENT Ashtabula Co.
  Enl. July 24, 1780.
Discharged Dec. 9, 1780, 5th Regt. of the Line (p. 204 Adj Gen. report of War of Rebellion for Conn.).
Born June 29, 1776, North Haven, Conn.
Parents: Jehiel and Elizabeth Dayton Tuttle.
Married Abigal Dutton, 1785.
Children: Clarissa, Ara, Iva, Charity, Levi, Harvey, Rhoda Philecta, Abigal.
Died June 26, 1840, Morgan, Ashtabula Co., O.
Buried Old Pioneer Cem, Austinburg, Ashtabula Co., O.
Marker Inscription: "Deacon Clement Tuttle, died June 18, 1840, aged 84, Abigail, wife of Clement Tuttle, died Sept. 11, 1833, in the 70th year of her age."
G. M. Family, marble slab.
Agriculture.
Ref: See Bureau of Pensions, claim Survivors File No. 16276, Dept. of Interior.
Mrs. Chas. Wayne Ray, North Platte, Nebraska.  (S. A. R.) Mr. H. E. Painer, Scranton, Pa.
Further information: Eunice Grant Chapter.
TUTTLE, JOHN Portage Co.
  Enl. as Pvt. in June or July, 1779 to Apr. 1780.  Capt. Smith, Col. Sprout, Sgt. Artillery Companies.
Placed on Pension Roll Mch. 24, 1819.
Born Apr. 8, 1763, Sunderland, Mass.
Married Sarah Broad, July 20, 1790.  (Second wife)
Children: James, Sarah, Joseph, Abigail, Lafayette, Betsey, Nelson, Hector.
Died in 1829 at Palmyra, O.
Buried Palmyra, O.
Ref: Bureau of Pensions
Ref: Natl. No. 97191, D. A. R.
Further information: Old Northwest Chapt.
TUTTLE, SOLOMON Athens Co.
  Entered service May 1775, was at taking of Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen, and of Ft. St. Johns by Gen. Montgomery.  Served as Minute Man 3 yrs.  Was prisoner 1 yr. 9 mos. 3 da. 
Born Sept. 3, 1757, Salisbury, Conn.
Parents: Capt. Thomas Tuttle.
Married Deborah Strong, about 1777; and 3rd wife Sarah (Lewis) Seamons.
Children: Almora; one dau by 3rd wife was Cyrena, see Natl. No. 48113, Vol. 49, D. A. R. Lin.
Died Nov. 30, 1830, Trimble Twp., Athens Co.
Buried Boudinot farm, Dover Twp., 1 mile north of Millfield.
Location of grave unknown to descendants who live near.  No monument.
Farmer. 
He built one of the first houses in Athens.
Ref:  Walkers Hist. of Athens Co.  Natl. No. 162130, D. A. R.
Further information: Nabby Lee Ames Chapt.
TUTTLE, SYLVANUS Clark co.
  Pvt. and Minute Man in Morris Co., N. J.; also in Capt. Keen's Company; Morris Co. Mil., Eastern Bn.
Born, 1750, Littletown Co., N. J.
Parents: Thomas and Mehitable Tuttle.
Married Mary Brown, 1784.
Children: Eunice, Thaddeus, Mehitable, Thomas, John, Dorcas, Caleb, Zebedee, David.
Died Jan. 1, 1843, or 1846 (?) on farm near Sinking Creek.
Buried Family burial place on farm.  Grave not platted.
Marker Inscription:  "Tuttle." 
Grave marker Family about 1910.
Came to Ohio from Virginia 1806, settling near Catawba, O.
Moved to Moorefield Twp., 1808.
Farmer
Ref: Certified copy from Adj. Gen. Trenton, N.J., also Natl. No. 61927, Vol. 62, p. 318, D. A. R. Lin.
Further information: Lagonda Chapter.
TYLER, DAVID or DANIEL
(often confused as "Daniel Taylor")
Highland Co.
   
TYLER, JACOB Lake Co.
   
TYLER, JOHN Lake Co.
  Buried Fairfield Twp.
Further information: Waw-Wil-a-Way Chapter.

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