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From A Record of the Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Lake County, Ohio, New Connecticut Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Painesville, Ohio, 1902.
Typed and submitted by Becky Falin, 1996.
Silas Antisel (Antisdel, A Tisdel, Tisdel), son of Lawrence Antisel and Mary Armstrong, was born in Norwich, Conn in 1749. He was married at Willington, Conn to Maria Bethiah Curtis, May 4, 1775. From Willington he served in the Lexington Alarm, in the Revolutionary War, in Capt. Health's company in April 1775, his brother Peres enlisting from Ludlow, Mass., in Capt. Isaac Colton's company, Col. David Brewer's regt., in 1775. The children of Silas and Bethiah Antisel were Curtis, Thomas, Peres, Lawrence, Silas, Thankful, Sarah, Hannah, Betsey, and Bethiah.
They made the journey from Connecticut to Madison, Ohio, in the winter of 1812-13 with their son Curtis and his family, locating on the South Ridge in Madison.
Silas Antisel died September 12, 1817 and Bethiah, his wife, Sept. 18, 1824, and both are buried in the cemetery which was once a part of their farm.
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