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These six men of the 2nd Division 13th Regiment Louisiana Militia fought at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812 and are buried in unmarked gravesAuguste Badeaux Samuel OttWilliam Cooper Charles Parent, Jr…
Created March 28, 1805 - named for
Born 1743, Died 1826.
President of United States 1801-1809
Secretary of State 1790-1794
Minister to France 1784-1789
Governor of Virginia 1779
Principal Author of the Dec…
Spanish Land Grant
to a native of France
given prior to 1800 and
patented by him 1805
"These are pioneer souls who
have blazed their paths,
where no highway ever ran"
In Memory Of The Men And Women
Who Served With Honor With The Naval
And Marine Forces Of The United States
Of America During The World War
1917 — 1919
Son of the Pioneers, born 1781. Recruited twenty Ohioans for duty in case of war with Spain over Louisiana Purchase. Brigadier General, 2nd. Brigade, 2nd. Division, Ohio Militia in War of 1812. Governor of Ohio 1832-36; enacted first laws establishing free …
When British forces arrived at Mobile Bay to assault Fort Bowyer on Mobile Point, half of the British army under the command of Sir John Kean, who was recovering from wounds suffered during the defeat at New Orleans, was landed on Dauphin Island to act as a…
Battle of Sodus Point. . On the brow of this hill took place the battle of Sodus Point between the British and American forces June 19, 1813. The following day the village of Sodus Point was sacked and burned by the British.
Founders and Veterans of Lynnhaven Parish Church. Interred in this Cemetery and Surrounding Area—. CAPT Adam Thorowgood (1604-1640) Founder COL Thomas Walke I (1642-1694) Colonial War COL Edward Moseley (1661-1736) Colonial War COL Anthony Wa…
The War of 18 12. On June 18th, 1812, the United States Congress declared war on Great Britain, at the request of President James Madison. The British had blockaded the U.S. coast, seized American ships, and impressed their seamen. Also, the Canadians suppo…
Seventh United States Infantry. 1824-1936 In Honor of the Men of the Seventh United States Infantry and their commander Gen. Matthew Arbuckle Who Founded Fort Gibson April 12, 1824 and All Other Soldiers of the Indian Territory.