Death of Private John Yeomans

Death of Private John Yeomans

Deed Book C, Page 195, 1 June 1813
located at Alexandria, Campbell County
Cincinnati June lst 1813

"I certify on honor that John Yeomans a private of the 4th Regt.
U. S. Infantry was killed on the Morning of the 7th November 1811 in
an action with the Indians at Tipacanoe and that at the time of his
decease there was due him from the United States eleven dollars."

Signed: Nathl F Adams Captain And late Pay Master 4th Regt. U. S, Infantry.

"I, David Perry. one of the Justices of the peace for Campbell County Kentucky do hereby certify that
Obediah Morton Sergeant in the 17th Regt. U. S. Infantry,
was sworn before me and saith that Lorana Branson and John Yeoman
was married on the 17th day of January 1810 and that said Lorana was
delivered of a male child called Isaac the 22nd day of November
in said year and farther saith not."
Given under my hand this 9th day of June 1813. David Perry JPCC

Campbell County Clerks office to witness:

"I, George Gordon, deputy clerk of the County afsd, do hereby certify that
the foregoing certificates respecting Lorana Branson and John Yeoman are truly recorded in
 book D folio 138."

Signed Geo. Gordon DCCC

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