A List of Veterans
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS BURIED IN HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO {Plaque at the Highland County Courthouse, placed in 1930 by DAR} Submitted by: Sherry Badgley Ryan
Samuel Adkins
James Anderson
Benjamin Arthur
Azor Bagley
John Beard
Andrew Beatty
William Bell
Thomas Bernard
William Boatman
Thomas Brady
Daniel Brown, Jr.
Edward Byram
William Buntain
Dempsey Capps
Andrew Charles
James Collier, Captain
Henry Countryman
John Crawford
Matthew Creed
Thomas Dickey
William Douglas
William Downing
Evan Evans
Hugh Evans
John Ferguson, Sr.
Henry Field
Jacob Fishback
Peter Fisher
James Fitzpatrick
George Gall
Samuel Gibson
John W. Harper
William Heddings
William Higgins
Joseph Horn
John Hunter
Ashley Johnson
James Johnson
John Kerns
Frederick Kuhn
John Foster Leaverton
John McClure
William Manker
John Mehaffey
John Middleton
Beverly Milner
Reason Moberly
Joseph Moler
Robert Montgomery
Robert Moore
William Morris, Sr.
William Morris, Sargent 
Jacob Nicely, Sargent 
Stephen D. Ogden
Andrew Pegan, Marine
John Peril
Henry Pope
William Puckett
William Reed
John Richardson
Lewis Robinson
Thomas Robinson
John Ruble
Aaron Ruse
Ruben Searl
Andrew Shafer
David Smalley
Drummond Smith
John Smith
William Smith
Peter Snyder
Anthony T. Sonner
George Spickard
Philip Stoops
David Strain
Thomas Strain
John Strange
John Stultz
Jacob Surber
Daniel Tyler
John Tyler
James Underwood
William Van Winkle
James Watts
John West
Joseph West
Charles White
Matthew Wilson
Conrad Wirt
David Walker
Benjamin Yeats

| Bish | Evans | Miller | Wiltsee |

1) Daniel Miller; a private in Heron's Co. 10 NC 
    - had a DAR stone - have a picture - 
    b. 2 Jan 1759 
    d. 22 Nov 1841.
    bur. at Ebenezer Churchyard, Green Twp., Hamilton Co., Oh. 

    m. to Catharine who d. 1828 also buried at Ebenezer. 

This cemetery was desecrated to make way for church expansions and parking lot 
- over the years so it no longer exists. 

    They had 3 children: 
    1) Frederick b. 1797 d 1868 bur. Ebenezer who m. Martha. They had 9 children.
    2) Dau. who m. Benjamin Houts
    3) Mary Miller who m. John Markland b. 1802 KY.

2) Cornelius Wiltsee 
    b. 1761 
    d. 4 Nov 1828 
        bur. Ebenezer Churchyard, Green Twp., Hamilton Co., Oh.

    M. to Rachel Sparks b. 1761 d 1821 bur. Ebenezer Churchyard. 

        They were married in 1795. And, they had 1 son that I know of so far; 
            Thomas Wiltsee b. 1799 who m. Catharine Pharo. 
                They had 2 sons: James Fox Wiltsee and Isaac C. Wiltsee.

If anyone is interested or descends from either of these Rev. War Vets, 
please write: Patti Graman

"Happy to share what I have."

Frederick Bish 
b.1758 Strasbourg, Germany
d. 1840? Highland Co. OH 

Served with the Virginia Regiment under Col. Brown, Col.Ridiford, 
Col. John Brown,and Col. Bowman as paid substitute for other draftees. 
This according to his Rev.War pension request. 
Where he is buried is still being sought.

He served in the Revolutionary War in Virginia as a substitute for various neighbors. 
He served in Col. Archibald Ridiford's reg't, Col. John Brown's Reg't and 
Col. Bowman's reg't until peace was declared. He was a Private. 

He then became a shoemaker and farmer, leaving Rockingham Co. VA, 
going to Greene Co. PA, then ending up at his son Jacob Bish's home by 1838 
in Highland Co. OH.


Hugh Evans 

served in Captain Fisher's Company, 7 Battalion, Cumberland, 
PA during the Revolutionary War. 

Honorably discharged a PVT. in Pennsylvania Hugh's name is on a plaque located at the 
Highland County Court House in Hillsboro, OH. 

Hugh built the first Cabin on Clear Creek, Highland Co. Ohio in 1799.
(DAR Patriot's Index, page 224, 1966, listed as Evans, Hugh, Pvt. PA)

He was born 7 Oct 1730 in Hagerstown, Washington County, MD, Married Sarah Harden in 1760, 
died 27 March 1808 age 77 in Hillsboro, Highland, Ohio. 

Gary R Hill

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