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County, North Carolina War of 1812 Veterans: Ashe
County, North Carolina- War of 1812 Veterans. The men from Ashe County
who served in the War of 1812
||Timeline War of 1812 : Timeline of the War of 1812. 1809. President James Madison inaugurated, March 4. 1811. War Congress convenes, November 4 Battle of Tippecannoe, November 7. 1812|
|Cumberland County Soldiers of the War of 1812 : Soldiers of the War of 1812. This list was abstracted from Muster Rolls of the Soldiers of the War of 1812||North Carolina Simonds: War of 1812 Muster Rolls: If you have biographical/genealogical information on any of these people, please let me know|
COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA
John Cox, Captain Jacob Wilkinson Henry Williams, First Lieutenant John Kelley Samuel Taylor, 2nd Lieutenant 55.Jeremiah Garrot Wilson B. Hodges,
Cox Cox in the War of 1812 Additional Info
AARON COX PITT COUNTY REGIMENT (COBB'S) NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA AARON COX
CAPTAIN THOMAS' COMPANY
FILI and the War of 1812
The FILI and the War of 1812 In the War of 1812, North Carolina’s chief military concern was the protection of it’s coastline
County, North Carolina War History
The North Carolina Genealogy Web Project, Bertie County.
County, NC Regiments--1812 and 1814
||John Ownby, Jr. John Ownby, Jr. John Ownby Jr. served in the War of 1812 for the state of North Carolina.|
|William Ownbey was a soldier in the War of 1812 and received a pension for his service. After his second marriage, William moved to Sevier County, Tennessee, and later moved to Cooke County Tennessee where he died.||Captain
William Montgomery served in the War of 1812, and this
act is inscribed on his grave marker in Shiloh Cemetery.
Paine (1789 - 1866)
John Paine Served in the War of 1812 in Captain James Martin's Company of North Carolina Militia. Source: 'Sevier County, Tennessee and Its Heritage', 1994, 301, 302.
SAVAGE was born in 1781 in Surry County, North Carolina. He was
living between 1809 and 1820 in Kentucky. He served in the War of 1812.
|John AUVENSHINE was born about 1785 in Mecklenburg County North Carolina. He died before 1850 in Carroll County Tennessee. Fought in War of 1812||Robert Boyd, from whom many of the Boyds, Newells, Kizziahs, and others of Tuscaloosa (Alabama) and surrounding counties are descended, came from Mecklenburg Co., NC.|
Enlisting in North Carolina
||War of 1812 Muster Rolls for North Carolina|
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