Licking County Genealogical Society
A Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
101 West Main Street, Newark, OH 43055-5054
(located on the 2nd Floor of the Newark Library, main branch of the Licking County Library.)

Phone: (740) 349-5510

The Following Information is Posted as a Courtesy for:
The Knox County Historical Society
Box 522, Mount Vernon, OH 43050
Phone: (740) 393-5247

If you can assist by providing any additional information
about the patriots listed below, please contact
The KNOX COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY at the address above.

DO NOT CONTACT
THE LICKING COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

The Knox County Connection To
The American Revolutionary War

Many of Knox County's early settlers had served with great distinction in America's War for Independence.
The Knox County Historical Society is gathering information on these men, and has thus far identified these
Knox County Revolutionary War Veterans, many of whom are buried in cemeteries in or near Knox County.


Join the General Henry Knox Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution of Knox and Licking Counties
Click here to find out more or click here to visit the chapter's web site.

Ackerman, John

Blair, Abraham

Bouton, Jehiel

Chapman, Lemuel

Cook, Stephen

Cowden, John

Critchfield, Benjamin

Critchfield, Joseph

Critchfield, Nathaniel

Critchfield, William

Curtis, Zarah

Davis, Thomas

Doud (Dowd), Samuel

Emmett, John

Ewalt, John

Flaharty, Amasa

Giffin (Griffin), Stephen

Hamilton, Jonathan

Harrod, Levi

Hunt, Jonathan

Huston, Robert

Jackson, Benjamin

Jackson, Daniel

Johnston(e), William

Kirkpatrick, John Robert

Landon, Edward

Lefever, Minard

Leonard, Ziba

Letts, Nehemiah

McClelland, Cary

McMillan, Robert

McWilliams, William

Miller, Jonathan

Mott, John

Phifer, Jacob

Pierson, John

Price, Nathanial

Spry, William

Staats, Joseph

Stephenson, George

Thrift, William

Wade, Zephaniah

Ward, Rufus

Young, Issac

Some Revoluntionary War Links

American Revoluntionary War Soldiers and Their Descendants

Revolutionary War Pensioners Living in the State of Ohio in 1818-1819

Ohio Revolutionary War Veterans Not Appearing on the 1818/19 Ohio Pension List

The American Revolution

1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services of Ohio

Ohio Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

Sons of The American Revolution - The Ohio Society



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