Veterans of the War of 1812

Originally published in the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Volume 50 and 51 in 1953 by G Glenn Crift



William Israel of Campbell County, mustered in at Cincinnati April 1812 as Private in Captain John Ferris Co. Militia for 6 months; attached to Regiment of Colonel James Findley; injured 12 Sep 1818. He was 89 years of age 19 Apr 1864.  Bourbon Co. Pension List

David Kennedy enlisted at Newport in the fall of 1814 in Captain Edward Whaley's Co. Then in Captain Michael Wolf's Co. 1st Regiment; pensioned 10 May 1834; pension transferred to Clark Co. Indiana.  Harrison Co. Pension List

Francis Mahan of Campbell County was a Private in Captain William Sebree's Co. POW at the Rapids 1813.  Argus 12 Feb 1814

Lewis Mangum of Campbell County was a Private in Captain Posey's Co. U.S. Infantry; injured 7 Nov 1811 at Tippecanoe.  Campbell County Pension List

Innes B Payne of Campbell County attended the annual reunions of 1871, 1874, 1875 and 1876; aged 83 at his last reunion.  True Kentuckian 21 June 1876

Junius/Julius Payne of Newport was born in Mason County 21 Oct 1793 and attended the annual meetings 1870-1881.  Yeoman 20 June 1881

William Preston of Campbell County "A soldier of the War of 1812 and his wife who have lived together for 60 years, do all their work and are as sprightly as new beginners."
True Kentuckian 3 Mar 1875

Thomas Stevens of Campbell County served in the Kentucky Militia in Colonel William E Boswell's Regiment; MIA 5 May 1813; honorable discharge in September 1813; also served in the Revolution.   Campbell County Pension List

John Parker Street of Newport attended the 9th annual reunion aged 79 years. 
Yeoman 27 June 1874

James Taylor of Newport, Major General, Militia, was Quartermaster General and District Paymaster for Kentucky and Ohio, was surrendered prisoner of war by General William Hull on the 16th Aug 1812, at Detroit Michigan.  He continued in service until December 1816 to close the payment of his District.

Isaac Taylor of Campbell County served in Captain William Sebree's Co.  POW at the Rapids 1813.  Argus 12 Feb 1814

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