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War of 1812

War of 1812


***Montgomery County Veterans Graves for War of 1812*** (similar listing below only a little more detailed and in a different form - I have not compared these so may be a bit diff)

Thanks muches to Jeff S, my old bud for this - Montgomery County, Indiana War of 1812 Listing
  • Beck Preston surv. 1812 22365
  • Crane, William, Sr. - see below
  • Cunningham Mary widow 1812 22642
  • Endicott Mary A. widow 1812 16243
  • Hall Nancy widow 1812 17597
  • Harter Mary widow 1812 19812
  • Hicks Clarissa widow 1812 22632
  • Husted John surv. 1812 12468
  • Miller Mary widow 1812 24514
  • Moore Elizabeth widow 1812 28838
  • Newhard Sophia widow 1812 2713
  • Truax Sarah widow 1812 21107
  • Warbinton Jane A. widow 1812 18167
  • Wright Charlotte C. widow 1812 [blank]
  • Young Mary M widow 1812 19819


1879 Listing of Pensioners includes the following names:
  • Beck
  • Booher
  • Clements
  • Clifton
  • Cunningham
  • Endicott
  • Farlow
  • Fletcher
  • Fruits
  • Hall
  • Hallett
  • Hixson
  • Hicks
  • McCllelland
  • Miller
  • Oliver
  • Walkup
  • Warbrinton
  • Wilkerson
  • Williams
  • Woodruff


--Cemetery listings of War of 1812 soldiers from
Crawfordsville District Public Library and Donald Gradeless (lineage.gradeless.com/1812_burial.htm)--
  • Allhands Daniel 1-3-1777 10-8-1847 Oakland (Coal Creek)
  • Bailey Charles -- no other information other than buried in Masonic Cemetery (Union)
  • Baldwin Pollard 1-25-17999 5-16-1858 Capt. Ladoga (Clark)
  • Barney James - no other information other than buried in Waveland Methodist Church Cemetery (Brown)
  • Bratton William E born 1778 11-11-1841 Old Pioneer (Wayne)
  • Brent Jas 3rd Ky Mil War of 1812 5-101 1-66 Alamo Cemetery (Ripley Twp)
  • Carnine Ralph September 27, 1879 89y 9m 24d Vetern of War of 1812 1-118 4-93 Old Union Cemetery (Brown)
  • Cory Jason war of 1812 7-169 3-136 Old Town Cemetery (Union)
  • Crane William Moses, Sr. - born on Valentine's Day, 1794 in Pennsylvania. While in Butler County, Ohio he served in the War of 1812 for six months. He received government land twice. Married to Hester Davis 8 April 1813 (born 24 Jan 1780 - died 5 July 1853) - they are both buried in Stoner Cemetery, Clark Township, Montgomery County, Indiana. Thanks so very much to his descendant, Larry Slavens for the addition of William Crane :) Greatly appreciated !
  • Davidson Fleming 1763 - 1835 Finley Chapel (Union)
  • Deere, Joel G. Feb 7, 1789 August 18, 1861 Old Union (Brown)
  • DeVore, Christopher unknown birth date 9-30-1849 Old Pioneer (Waynetown)
  • Dunn, Nathaniel A. Feb 28, 1790 July 22, 1875 Oak Hill (Union)
  • Gregory, James October 17 1788 April 22, 1869 Old Turkey Run (Coal Creek)
  • Hall, Bainbridge March 24, 1784 September 6, 1855 Old Hickory (Brown)
  • Harper, Middleton no birth date known died September 18, 1870 New Richmond (Coal Creek)
  • Hicks, Arthur born 1776 May 3, 1848 Old Pioneer (Wayne)
  • Hocum, William Sept 6, 1798 October 29, 1878 IOOF (Union)
  • Huff, Peter B. no known information - Oak Hill (Union)
  • Jackson, Ebenezer January 27, 1786 July 12, 1825 Thompson-O'Neal (Ripley)
  • Keeran, Thomas July 10, 1795 March 7, 1869 Oak Hill (Union)
  • Lough, Thomas March 12, 1788 July 13, 1863 Waveland Methodist (Brown)
  • Manson James 1794 March 19, 1871 Wesley Chapel (Wayne)
  • Naylor Isaac Soldier of 1812 his tombstone is an old metal type one with only his name and "Soldier of 1812" Crawfordsville Masonic Cemetery (Union)
  • Patton Isaac R February 26, 1857 56y 11d s/o William, War 1812 & Wife Elizabeth Old Town Cemetery (Union)
  • Powers, David June 29, 1769 July 19, 1812 (again, some say he is buried here and fought in War of 1812 but our county was not a county for another 11 years so I'm having trouble with either #1 he is buried here, #2 he died in 1812) June 29, 1769 July 19, 1812 Oak Hill (Crawfordsville, Union)
  • Powers, Jonathan April 28, 1792 Jan 10, 1855 Oak Hill (Crawfordsville (Union) - may be son and father ??
  • Redenbaugh - Sharon M. notes that her ancestor, REDENBAUGH applied for a pension in Montgomery County for the War of 1812 and that the process to receive one was quite rigorous.
  • Ristine, Henry Sept 4, 1781 October 8, 1854 Oak Hill (Union)
  • Robbins, Samuel (some question as to a Samuel Robinson from 1812 buried there as well but I feel it is probably the same man) June 6, 1785 October 10, 1855 Oak Hill (Union)
  • Seevers, John no dates Linden Cemetery (Madison)
  • Smith Benjamin August 18, 1870 77y War of 1812 1-140 1-1 Jarvis-Smith Cemetery (Brown)
  • Stitt, James 1790 - 1844 Oak Hill (Union)
  • Stover, Samuel Dec 17, 1782 Sept 23, 1850 Oakland (Coal Creek)
  • Taylor, Robert Feb 10, 1781 Sept 20, 1868 Yountsville (Ripley)
  • Thompson, John died September 26, 1845 age 60 Years 6 Months 4 Days Thompson Yountsville (Ripley)
  • Vaughn, James 1784 May 24, 1867 Vaughn (Ripley)
  • Watkins, George - 6 Feb 1785 died Nov 9, 1865 findagrave memorial
  • Weir Alexander April 19, 1780 Dec 4, 1852 Michael Cemetery (Union)
  • Wheat, James died August 10, 1852 age 76 Years 10 Months 29 Days Union (Walnut)
  • White, Charles B - 2nd president of Wabash College Dec 28, 1795 Oct 29, 1861 Oak Hill (Union)
  • White, Charles W May 3, 1779 Sept 2, 1855 Linden (Madison) - there may even be a mix-up of the two Charles Whites or both may have been in the War of 1812 - this one was for sure


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