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From: Josephine Lindsay Bass <>
Subject: Harrod's & Early Forts in KY
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 22:21:36 -0400
Joseph Lindsay is not on these lists but Capt. Harrod's Company is listed -
I guess the
Harrod Fort was named after him. Jesse Hodges is shown in Capt. Holder's
Company and he was also shown at Harrod's Fort in the other list. we know
from that list Joseph Lindsay was at Harrod's Fort and he married Widow of
"Col. Wm. POAGE and wife (who md 2nd Joseph LINDSAY". Joseph was prob b
cir 1760 prob. VA and may have been a professional soldier. If he doesn't
show up in later census of KY he may have moved on to IN, IL or south to
AL, MS Territory or was KIA - hard to say.
i suggest you go to some of Sandy's sites listed below and search them.
per Sandi: "click on Tips. This will take you to the web site
where all my past posts are located.
When page loads, space down a couple of lines and you'll see a box with
options - go to the time frame one and click on several eons.
Then, hit the refresh button UNDER that - not the one in your tool bar. All
my past tips will come up and with them will be all the information that I
hae on the forts - they are shown with the newest at the top so you'll have
to spin down."
let us know what you find. josie
PIONEER SOLDIERS, 1778 TO 1781
Lewis Collins, in his wonderful history of Kentucky, has aided us greatly
in piecing together the names and locations of our earliest settlers in
Kentucky. Kentucky did not reach statehood until 1792, but even while we
were still a part of Virginia, the hearty pioneers were blazing out trails
into this wonderful commonwealth.
According to Collins, the following is a "large portion of those who were
enrolled as pioneer soldiers of Kentucky." Some name were spelled incorrectly.
Captain Joseph Bowman's Company 24 January 1778. Located at Harrodsburg and
Jos. Bowman, Capt., Isaac Bowman, Lt., Abr. Keller, 2nd Lt., Dan. Dust,
Sgt., James Bentley, Wm. Berry, Ed. Bulger, Nathan Cartmell, Henry
Chrisman, Thomas Clifton, Jacob Cogar, Peter Cogar, Patrick Doran, Henry
Funk, Philip Harbin, Henry Honaker, Elijah Huston, Abr. James, Isaac
Kellar, George King, George Livingston, Philip Long, Isaac McBride, Robert
McClanahan, Chas. McGlack, Alex. MyIntyre, Abraham Miller, George Miller,
Wm. Montgomery, Barney Morter, Edward Murray, Joseph Pendergrast, Michael
Pendergrast, Thos. Pendergrast, Thos. Perry, Henry Prather, John Setser,
Michael Setser, Joseph Simpson, Wm. Slack, Jacob Spears, Samuel Stroud, H.
Vance, Barnaby Walters. Those shown as deserters were: James Gonday, Samuel
Dust, Wm. Berry and Zeb Lee. Total of 48.
Captain Benjamin Logan's Company, in now Lincoln County at or near Logan's
Station, ca 1779:
Capt. Benjamin Logan, Lt. John Logan, Ensign Alex. Montgomery, Ensign
Azariah Davis, Sgt. Benj. Pelton, Sgt. Wm. Menifee, Sgt. Roswell Stevens,
Sgt. George Clark. Robt. Barnet, Wm. Barton, Samuel Bell, Arthur Blackburn,
Alex. Bohannon, John Bohannon, Benj. Briggs, Samuel Briggs, James Brown,
John Canterbury, Caspar Casener, Wm. Casey, John Castillo, Pierce Castilio,
Philip Conrad, Azariah Davis, Samuel Deason, Ogden Devers, Ben. Drake,
Isaac Drake, John Drake, Jonathan Drake, John Ealor, Chas. English, Stevens
English, John Fain, Bartholomew Fenton, George Flinn, Lee Garrett, John
Gibson, Richard Glover, John Grimes, Wm. Grimes, Jacob Gunn, David Hawkins,
Jacob Herman, Roger Hines, Stephen Haston, John Johns, James Johnson, John
Jones, John Kennedy, James Knox, Hugh Leeper, James Leeper, Wm. Logan, Thos
Loveledd, Joseph Lusk, John McCormick, John McElhon, James McElwain, John
McKaine, Archibald Mahone, James Menifee, Jarrett Menifee, Joseph Menifee,
John Martin, Joseph Martin, Samuel Martin, James Mason, Samuel Mayes,
Andrew Miller, Henry Miller, Wm. Miller, David Mitchell, Wm. Mitchell,
Alex. Montgomery, John Montgomery, Wm. Montgomery, Wm. Neal, Wm. Patton,
Samuel Phelps, Wm. Phelps, Chas. Philips, John Philips, Nich. Proctor, Sr.,
Nich. Proctor, Jr., Chas. Runsle, James Russell, Julius Sanders, Alex.
Sinclair, George Scott, John Story, John Summers, Arch. Thomason, Nicholas
Tramel, Philip Tramel, George White, Wm. Whitley. Total: 99.
Wm. Harrod's Company, 1780, at the Station near the Falls, in now Jefferson
and Shelby Counties.
Capt. Wm. Harrod, Lt. James Patton, Ensign Ed. Balger, Peter Balance, Alex.
Barr, James Brand, John Buckras, A. Cameron, Amos Carpenter, Sol.
Carpenter, Benj. Carter, Thomas Carter, Reuben Case, Thomas Cochran, John
Conway, John Corbley, John Crable, Robert Dickey, Daniel Driskill, Isaac
Dye, John Eastwood, Samuel Forrester, Joseph Frakes, Samuel Frazee, John
Galloway, Wm. Galloway, James Garrison, Joseph Goins, Isaac Goodwin, Samuel
Goodwin, James Guthrie, Daniel Hall, Wm. Hall, John Hatt, Evan Henton,
Thomas Henton, A. Hill, Andrew Hill, Samuel Hinck, Fred. Honaker, Joseph
Hughes, Rowland Hughes, Michael Humble, John Hunt, Abram James, John Kenny,
Val. Kinder, Moses Kuykendall, John Lewis, John Lincant, Samuel Lyon, Pat.
McGee, Samuel Major, Amos Mann, Edward Murdoch, John Murdoch, Richard
Morris, Wm. Morris, Wm. Oldham, John Paul, George Phelps, Joseph Phelps,
Samuel Pottinger, F. Potts, Reuben Preble, Urb. Ranner, Benj. Rice, Reed
Robbins, Thos Settle, Wm. Smiley, Jacob Speck, John Stapleton, James
Stewart, James Stewart, Daniel Stull, Miner Sturgis, Peter Sturgis, James
Sullivan, Wm. Swan, Joseph Swearingen, Samuel Swearingen, Van Swearingen,
Robt. Thorn, John Tomton, Bev. Trent, Thos. Tribble, Robert Tyler, Abr.
Vanmetre, Michael Valleto, Joseph Warford, James Welch, Abram Whitaker,
Aquilla Whitaker, Jacob Wickersham, Ed. Wilson. Total: 96.
Captain John Boyle's Company, 1 April 1780, at stations near and or on
Dick's River, in now Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle counties:
Capt. John Boyle, Lt. Samuel Davis, Ensign Elisha Clary, Sgt. Barney Boyle,
Sgt. Jonathan Marshall, Jacob Anderson, James Anderson, Thomas Arbuckle,
James Coyle, Wm. Crawford, James Davis, Robert Desha, Dennis Diven, Owen
Diven, Hugh Galbreath, Evandon Gordon, Peter Higgins, John Hicks, Wm.
Hicks, Sr., Wm. Hicks, Nathan McClure, Wm. Marshall, Basil Maxwell, Wm.
Menifee, Wm. Mitchell, Robert Moore, Samuel Moore, Nehemiah Poore, John
Poynter, James Reeves, Wm. Rowan, John Vardeman, Alex. Walker, Wm. Whitley,
John Wilkinson, Wm. Young. Total: 36.
Captain John Holder's Company, 10 June 1779 - in now Madison County, at and
Capt. John Holder, Uriel Ark, Thos. Bailey, Bland Ballard, John Baughman,
G. Michael Bedinger, James Berry, James Bryan, James Bunten, John Butler,
John Callaway, Elijah Collins, Josiah Collins, Wm. Collins, John Constant,
David Cook, Wm. Coombs, Wm. Cradlebaugh, John Dumpord, James Estill, Edmund
Fear, David Gass, Stephen Hancock, Wm. Hancock, John Hawiston, Wm. Hays,
Jesse Hodges, Jeremiah Horn, Robert Kirkham, Samuel Kirkham, John Lee,
Charles Lockhart, John McCollum, Wm. McGee, Ralph Morgan, Wm. Morris, James
Perry, John Pleck, Samuel Porter, Nicholas Proctor, Reuben Proctor,
Pemberton Rollins, Hugh Ross, Bartlett Searcy, Reuben Searcy, John South,
Sr., John South, Jr., John South, younger, Thos. South, Barney Stagner,
Jacob Stearns, John Stephenson, Bennoi Vallandigham, John Weber, Daniel
Wilcoxson, Moses Wilson. Total: 56.
Captain Isaac Ruddle's Company 1779-890 at Ruddles and Martin's stations,
near now Cynthiana.
Capt. Isaac Ruddle, Lt. John Haggin, Ensign John Mather, Quartermaster
Joseph Isaacs, Sgt. John Waters, Andrew Baker, George Baker, Andrew Bartle,
John Bird, George Bronker, Caspar Brown, Reuben Boughner, John Burger, Sr.,
John Burger, Jr., Peter Call, Leonard Croft, Wm. Dehlinger, David Ederman,
Thos. Emory, Paul Fishes, George Hatfall, John Hatton, Jacob Leach, Sr.,
Edward Low, George Loyl, Henry Loyl, Peter Loyl, Thomas Machen, Wm.
Marshall, Chas. Munger, Wm. Munger, Sr., Wm. Munger, Jr., Andrew
Pirtenbustle, Henry Pirtenbustle, H. Pirtenbustle, Jr., Len. Pirtenbustle,
Peger Rough, George Ruddell, Stephen Ruddell, James Ruddle, Patrick Ryan,
Wm. Sandidge, Wm. Scott, John Smith, Sr., John Smith, Jr., James Stuart,
Frederick Tanner, Martin Tuffelman, Moses Waters, John Cloyd, Drummer.
Captain Squire Boone's Company, 23 June 1780 - partial list, stationed at
"Painted Stone," near now Shelbyville.
Capt. Squire Boone, Alex. Bryant, John Buckles, Richard Cates, Chas.
Doleman, John Eastwood, Joseph Eastwood, Jeremiah Harris, John Henton,
Abraham Holt, Morgan Hughes, Evan Kenton, John McFadden, John Nichols,
Peter Paul, John Stapleton, Robert Tyler, Abraham Vanmeter, Adam
Wickersham, Jacob Wickersham, Peter Wickersham, James Wright, George Yunt.
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