Vance Tousey Home Facing the River







"Garden Tea Party"

Come join us Sunday, 13 July 2014

at the Vance Tousey House at 2:00 PM.

508 W. High Street

Thanks to a generous grant from the Dearborn County

Community Foundation Inc.,the Vance home is once again

surrounded by beautiful landscape planting beds. Design

plans by Perdue University students, Vince Beam and Maria

Gulley, include everything from vintage apple trees to a

colonial "knot garden". Casey's Outdoor Solutions

Landscaping was chosen as the landscaping installer.

Thanks to the continued volunteerism of the Master

Gardeners of SE Indiana led by President Carolyn

Stuart, the newly landscaped grounds will be

maintained. Please join us for a stroll through the

gardens on Sunday, July 13th.






Sunday, 14 September 2014 at 2:00 PM.

Our Ice Cream Social

at the Vance Tousey House at 508 W. High St.

Come and see our new landscaping,

provided by Dearborn

County Community Foundation, Inc.

Casey's Outdoor Solutions was

the landscape installer..

Our Master Gardeners are maintaining the landscaping.

Eric & Judy Smith will be

making the ice cream.





Sunday, 9 November 2014 at 2:00 PM.

Recognizing Our World War II Veterans

Please come and talk to us.

Bring your memorabilia to share.

Eric Smith is in charge of the program.

Location is not determined yet.



WAR of 1812 SOLDIERS
George W. Lane prepared a list of Dearborn County's 1812 soldiers. Comes from the History of Dearborn & Ohio Counties, Indiana, 1885 by Chicago, F. E. Weakley & Co. Publishers.

Jonathan Allee, Thomas Annis, William Ashby, Bayless Ashby, Enoch Blasdel, Aaron Bonham, Israel Bonham, James Boyd, Capt. Robert Brackenridge, J. Brackenridge, Major Thomas Brackenridge, James Bruce, John Burk, T. N. Burroughs, Jesse Calaway, William Caldwell, Noyes Canfield, Elial Chafin, Charles Clements, Edward Clements, James Cloud, Ira Cloud, James C. Cornelius, Thomas Covington, Aquila Cross, Decker Crozier, Joseph Daniels, James Dart, Abijah Decker, James Dill, John Durham, JamesEads, Elijah Eads, Thomas Ehler, Samuel Ewan, Michael Farran, Jacob Fielding, Samuel Frazier, Levi Garrison, William Green, Stephen Green, John Greenfield, George Greer, Robert Gullett, Thomas Hackelman, John Hall, Job Hayes, Ephraim Hollister, James Holmes Sr., Joseph Huston, Maston Isgrigg, Caleb Johnson, Casper Johnson, Major Jeremiah Johnson Sr., Jerry Johnson Jr.,Samuel Johnson, Thomas Johnson, Job Judd Jr., Joseph Judd, Finley Judd, Timothy Kimble, James King, William King, Thomas Kyle, William Lake, Matthew Lamdon, Valentine Lawrence, George Lewis, Major John Lewis, Jonathan Lewis, Nathan Lewis, John Lilly, John Majors, Robert Majors, William Majors, Dr. Samuel Martin, William Maserve, Daniel Mason, George Mason, John Mason, Nicholas Mason, Philip Mason, James McQuire, Col. Henry Miller, Joseph Morgan, James Ofield, Samuel Perry, Richard Pippin, Joseph Plummer, Luther Plummer, Thomas Porter, James Powell, Obediah Priest, Enoch Pugh, Isaac Randall, William Randall, Samuel Roberts, Caleb Roseberry, George Rudisal, Jacob Rudisal, Michael Rudisal, Jesse Sackett, Daniel Salmon, James Salmon, Justice Sortwell, Joshua Staples, Capt. Charles Stevens, Garrett Swallow, John Tanner, Isaac Taylor, Warren Tebbs, Willoby Tebbs, Stephen Thorn, Samuel Thornton, Nathaniel Tucker, Ferdinand Turner, Samuel C. Vance, Obediah Voshell, Johnson Watts, James W. Weaver, John Weaver, William Webb, John White, Ellis Williamson, James Withrow, Capt. Stephen Wood, Spencer Wyley, Joshua Yerkes

Others from now Ohio County that are buried in the Rising Sun Cemetery are Thomas Bradley, Matthew Caldwell, Jeremiah Clore, Robert E. Covington,Capt. John I. French, William Goldon, Gilbert Hall, George Hewett, Rev. James Jones, Thomas Jones, Thomas Lindsay, Sooter McAdams,Andrew Y. McComb, Robert McGriffin, Morris Merrell, Martin Mitchell, Benjamin Moulton, William O'Neal, William Padgett, Abel C. Pepper, Mr. Ricketts, Nathaniel L. Squibb, Daniel Taber, William Tilton, Levi Winters


Old Plates of Dearborn County's History

for $10.00 each

We're sorry, but plates are sold for pickup only.

To contact us:
Phone: 812-537-4075
Email:
deahistory@embarqmail.com
Address: 508 West High Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
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