Local History by Dallas Bogan
Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried In Warren County
While searching the files in the Warren County Museum, the writer discovered
a list of Revolutionary War soldiers buried in assorted cemeteries in Warren
County. Many of the names will be recognizable to the many descendants in the
county. The cemeteries as well as the participants will be organized alphabetically.
- Dick's Creek Cemetery,
near Blue Ball:
- Robert Beal, John Brant, Joseph Green, Andrew Kerr, John McMeen, Joseph
Parks, James Wilson.
- Friends Meeting House Cemetery,
- Friends Cemetery, Waynesville:
Ezekiel Cleaver, Gerald King.
- Fort Ancient Hill Top Cemetery:
Nathan Harrell, Jeremiah Mills, John St.John.
- Lebanon Cemetery: Benjamin
D. Boylan, Ezekiel Erwin, William Hathaway, Leonard Peckinpaugh, William Russell.
- Maineville Cemetery: John Scott, Ephriam
Stevens, Francis Tufts.
- Mt. Holly Cemetery: John
Campbell, John Sanders, Daniel Stump.
- New Jersey Presbyterian Church Cemetery,
Carlisle: George Lane, Hendrick
Lane, Joseph Vanderveer, Joseph Van Note.
- Old Tapscott Cemetery, Carlisle:
Lewis Anderson, Abner
Meeker, Robert Moses, William Schenck, James
- Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon:
Francis Dunlevy, Mary Craig
Dunlevy (nurse), John Edmund Geohegan, Daniel Gray, Robert Hamilton, Matthias
Spinning, Thomas Venard.
- South Lebanon Cemetery (Formerly Old Deerfield Cemetery): Stephen Brant,
Nathan Kelly, Ephriam Kibbey, David Sutton, Jonathan Trovillo.
- Springboro Cemetery: Charles
Brown, Jacob Christman, Christian Fox, Thomas Gilles, George Gordon, James
Johnson, Sr., Martin Keever, Gilbert Kennedy, Stephen Kinney, George Knox,
John McCord, Col. John McDannell (Danel), James Pettecrew, Samuel Robinson,
John Ward, Christopher (or Christian) Zehring.
- Turtlecreek Cemetery (Formerly
Kirby Cemetery), Lebanon: William Graham, Benajah Gustin, Eleazer Riggs,
- Woodhill Cemetery, Franklin:
Nathaniel Bond, Andrew Catick, James Death, Sr., Michael Fox, Peter Harris,
Garrett Schenck, Rev. William Schenck,
- Union Village, the following are presumed to have
been buried on Union Village grounds: Francis Beedle, Jonathan Davis, Anthony
Dunlavy, Moses Easton, John Houston, Benjamin Howard, Matthew Huston, Calvin
Morrell, Reuben Morris, Abijah Pelham, Samuel Sering.
The following are miscellaneous soldiers buried in Warren County cemeteries.
- John Ross - Union Cesmetery on 3 C's Highway;
- James Piper - Fellowship
Church, Union Twp.;
- Robert Hunter - Union Twp.;
- William Simpson - Edwardsville Cemetery;
- William Mason - Mason;
- Christian Wehrung - Null Cemetery;
- Derby Shawhan - Baker Cemetery, east of Zoar toward Morrow.
- James Leonard - Family Cemetery near Zoar, Hamilton Twp.;
- Jonathan Munger - Washington Church Cemetery near Holz Creek;
- Jeremiah Cory (Corey) - North of Mason;
- Peter (Teter) Kesling - Salem
Reformed Church Cemetery;
- E. Wallen - Keller burial ground east of Pleasant Plain, north side of Rt.
32 back across field about 100 yards.
- James Long - Buried 2 miles west of 741, south of Greentree Road;
- Joseph Hatfield - Buried on his farm, 2 miles east of Lebanon off St. Rt.
- John Tullis - Warren County;
- Henry Hormel - Old Baptist Churchyard, Ridgeville, Clear Creek Twp.;
- Joseph Osborn - Sargent Cemetery, Deerfield Twp.;
- Benjamin Baldwin - Edwardsville Cemetery.
- George Jefferies, Morrow, Salem Twp.;
- Thomas Plunkett - Hopkinsville Cemetery;
- Moses Crosley - Clear Creek Cemetery;
- Andrew Catick - Franklin Cemetery;
- Peter Harris - Franklin, Ohio.
- James Hart - Buried in Warren County;
- James Howe - Unidentified grave near Harveysburg.
- John McDonald - Baptist Church Cemetery, Clear Creek Twp.;
- Thomas Urton - Union Church Cemetery
on Gum Grove Road;
- James Wilkerson - Wilkerson Cemetery, Lebanon and Wilmington Pike, Washington
- David Kelsay, Sr. - Union Church Cemetery
on Gum Grove Road;
- David Banta - probably buried in ancient tomb on farm;
- Peter Banta - Buried Christian
Churchyard, Turtle Creek Twp.
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This page created 13 September 2004 and last updated
11 November, 2008
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