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Dearborn County, INGenWeb Project

Source for the following Article, The Book "History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana".
F.E. Weakley & Co., Publishers
John Morris Company, Printers
Published 1885


Military History , Page 199

AMONG the pioneers who settled in Dearborn County were a number who served in the Revolutionary war, and the following is a list prepared by George W. Lane, of the soldiers of that great struggle for freedom whose remains are buried within the limits of Dearborn County:

Winthrop Robinson. .............................
Joseph Barlow. ....................................
Enoch Sackett. ....................................
William Kerr. .......................................
Jacob Toothman. .................................
James Skeets. ......................................
William White. .....................................
James Dykman. ....................................
Ephraim Morrison. ...............................
James Scott. ........................................
Henry Raymer. .....................................
Peter Carbaugh. ...................................
Jabez Percival. .....................................
John Sackett. .......................................
John Baker. .........................................
Baylis Cloud. .......................................
Samuel Marsh. .....................................
Job Judd. .............................................
Samuel Richardson. ..............................
John DeMcss. ......................................
Elijah Rich. ...........................................
Joseph Hannegan. .................................
Isaac Way. ............................................
Jonas Frazier. .......................................
Jacob Taylor. .......................................
John Day. .............................................
Mr. Burroug. .......................................
Capt. Joseph Hayes. ............................
Maj. John Calhoun. .............................
Capt. Isaac Cannon. ............................
Capt. Hugh Dunn. ................................
Capt. John Crandon. ............................
Col. Zebulon Pike. ...............................


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