An American Family History

Fairfield County, Ohio Militia
Oct. 13- 27, 1813

Fairfield County, Ohio
A militia is a military unit composed of citizens who are called up in time of need.
Abraham, John      
Brooks, Joseph      
Bush, Martin      
Clark, Oratio      
Cole, Joshua Corp.    
Crumley, John      
Daubert, John      
Death, William      
Durris, Thomas Corp.    
Faulkner, Martin      
Fletcher,Roberson Sergt.    
Godman, William      
Greybill, Christopher      
Harman, Jacob      
Harrison, George Corp.    
Hood, Robert      
Huber, Peter Ensign    
Long, John      
Long, Thomas      
McFarland, Walter      
Measomore, Henry      
Measomore, John      
Miller, Daniel      
Morehart, Jacob      
Morehart, John Corp.    
Sirk, David      
Vandamark, Daniel      
Wells, Thomas      
Whitehous, Jacob      
Whitehous, James      
Williams, Reuben Sergt.    
Wotring, Abraham      

In the War of 1812 (1812-1815) the United States declared war on England because of trade restrictions, impressment, and British support for Indian attacks. They signed the Treaty of Ghent on December 24, 1814 after reaching a stalemate.








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