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A. E. Taylor Akron Albert Aldrich American Revolution Andrew Archibald A. E. Taylor Army Avery battle Benjamin Brister buried Burket Capt Cemetery Charles Charles Titus Cincinnati Clark Clark county Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Columbus Colonel Columbus Columbus Cleveland Committee Company Compatriot Conn County DANIEL David December died Dropped in 1181 Dropped n. p. d. EBENEZER Edward Edwin enlisted Findlay Frederick Galloway George George Stiles Gideon Great-great-great-grandson Harper Harry Parker Harry Parker Ward Infantry Isaac James January JOSEPH Judge Jacob F July Kenneth Dodge Wood Lexington alarm Lieutenant Major March Marion Butler Michael Putnam Militia Moore MOSES Moulton Houk Munson NATHANIEL Newark October Ohio Great-grandson Ohio Great-great-grandson Ohio Same ancestry Ohio Society Sons Ohio Volunteer Painesville Paul Delano Pennsylvania pensioner President Private in Captain Registrar Revolutionary soldier Runyan Sandusky Secretary served Stephen Thomas Toledo Toledo Cleveland Treasurer Turney Vice-President Warren Wilson Wright York Youngstown Zanesville
Halaman 88 - President of the United States, and commander-in-chief of the army and navy of the United States, do hereby appoint William W. Holden provisional governor of the State of North Carolina...
Halaman 108 - ... in Congress be instructed and our Representatives in Congress requested to use all honorable means to secure the object of this memorial; and be it further Resolved, That the governor of the State of California be, and he is hereby, requested to transmit duly authenticated copies of this memorial to the President of the United States, the presiding officers of the two Houses of Congress, • and to each of our Senators and Representatives in Congress.
Halaman 127 - Phillip's war in 1675-6, when his buildings were fired, his cattle destroyed, and one of his sons slain by the enemy.
Halaman 113 - ... progress ; and gradually the timber was cut away, the wild chokecherry thickets disappeared, and sweet mountain grasses yielded their abundance. In winter, this family foddered their cattle on the snow and in the sheltered glades, and diligently cultivated the three R's. In springtime, they made maple sugar and famous Vermont butter, built stone walls and cleared a patch or two for rye, getting ready in that way to send the oldest boy to college ; and failing to do this for all, to send the others...
Halaman 105 - No fear for them ! In our lower field Let us keep our arms unstained, That at last we be worthy to stand with them On the shining heights they've gained. We shall meet and greet in closing ranks In Time's declining sun, When the bugles of God shall sound recall And the battle of life be won.
Halaman 53 - ... and his education was completed in England. One incident of his life shows us how true a patriot he was, for when he was in command of the State militia at Yorktown it was thought that a decided advantage might be gained by bombarding his home. He at once directed the gunners to attack it, saying, "Spare no particle of my property so long as it affords comfort or shelter to the enemies of my country.
Halaman 49 - Coat," or its equivalent in money, due for eight months
Halaman 121 - ... orphan youth find ways and means for a long course of preparation ? Educational opportunities had been few, — of means, he had none. If any part of the life of Dr. Moore was truly heroic and full of Christian trust and gratitude, it was in the eight years' struggle following his decision of this great question.
Halaman 130 - He was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and he and his wife were members of the Methodist Episcopal church.