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Sabin, Charles           Asaph Perry      Private Sept. 11-21, 1814 born about 1786 in Mass. son of Gideon Sabin and Freelove Searles . He was living in Ft. Covington in 1860 and had married wife Esther (b. about 1791 in NH) in about 1809. Had children Polly (b. 1824) and Calvin( b. 1829) , plus James and Charles (lived in Lancaster Ontario) Several of his grandchildren lived in Cornwall Ont. He d. Dec. 19, 1864.
Sabin, Comfort Asaph Perry Sergeant born about 1793 in Worcester Co. MA, he was living in Constable in 1820 and in Ft. Covington in 1840. His first wife was Permelia Fuller who died Mar. 29, 1844. His second wife was Emeline Lucas(b. ca 1808 in VT and widow of John Lucas) and she is listed in the 1860 Ft. Covington census. Comfort died in Ft. Covington Mar. 2, 1858 and his widow was living in New Hampton, IA by 1878. Neighbors John and Sabrina Annett of Ft. Covington moved to Iowa also
Sanborn, Benjamin Asaph Perry Ensign Sept..- Oct., 1813 enlisted in Constable and served Sep-Nov. 1813. His first wife Sally died in Ft. Covington in 1826. He lived in Ft. Covington in 1820 - 1840. He married Parthenia Catlin of St. Albans, VT Mar. 12, 1827. He moved from Ft. Covington to New Centerville in Oswego Co. then to Redwood in Jefferson Co. by 1850. He died there Aug. 10, 1871, she followed him May 4, 1889
Sanborn, David Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812
Sanders, John David Erwin Asaph Perry Private Corporal Nov. 1812 Sept. 11-21, 1814 lived in Ft. Covington in 1810 and 1820 Maybe it is John Jr. instead(see below)There are separate pension numbers for Sanders vs. Saunders.
Sanders, John Jr. David Erwin Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 lived in Ft. Covington in 1810 - 1830. One of the John Sanders married Phoebe Rich in Ft. Covington Jan. 1, 1816 and was 80 years old in Trumball, OH in 1871.
Sanford, Ashbel N. Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 listed with his brother David in 1810 census of Franklin Co.
Saunders, Jonathan David Erwin Asaph Perry Sergeant Private Mar.- May 1813 Sept. - Nov., 1813 this may be either of the John Sanders listed in Erwin's earlier company, or the Jonathan Sanders who was living in Dickinson in 1820 and 1860. Married Sally Drake on February 11, 1822. They were both born in New Hampshire and Sally’s father was Daniel Drake of Moira. Jonathan had served as a substitute for Talmadge Barnum of Bangor . His brother William Saunders was living in Putnam Co. Ohio in 1853 and they had both seen service at French’s Mills. Jonathan and his family lived in the northern part of the Town of Dickinson and got their mail at Alburgh. Jonathan was born in about 1796 and Sally was born in about 1807. They were both from NH. Their children included:
Julius born ca. 1833
Mary born ca. 1835
Amy born ca. 1842
Willard W.J. born ca. 1846
Oscar W. born ca. 1848
Jonathan died on August 3, 1874 and his widow was still alive in 1883

Saunders, William Asaph Perry Rufus Tilden Private Private Sept. - Nov., 1813 Sept.11-21, 1814 brother of Jonathan, was living in Putnam Co. OH in 1853
Sayles, David Rufus Tilden Sergeant Jul., 1812-Dec.1812
Seeley, Nathan W. Warren Powers Private Sept.11-21, 1814 cavalry. Born about 1789 in Canada. He married Betsey ___________(b. 1796 in VT) and had children, William B. of Malone, Clara ,and Alfred in Perth Ont., and three daughters who lived in Illinois. Lived in Malone by 1830 and died there in 1865
Seeley, Wheeler David Erwin Private Aug.1 - Nov.15, 1813 cavalry. Married Betsey Erwin, either a sister or a daughter of David Erwin. Had children William and Martha
Sexton, Alanson David Erwin David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814 born April 10, 1789 in Monkton, VT and died 1861. He was the son of Revolutionary soldier Noble Sexton and Rebecca Berry. Married Marinda Keeler in 1824 and had 7 children: Lucy, Sarah, Diantha, Catherine, William, Lucius and Jedediah. He was living in Moira in 1860.
Sexton, Ebenezer David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 lived in Bangor in 1820 and in Ft. Covington in 1830
Sexton, Noble David Erwin David Erwin Private Corporal Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-21, 1814 was born in Sheffield MA in about 1763 and was a Revolutionary soldier. Married Rebecca Berry and appears in the 1810 census of Franklin Co. He died Feb. 14, 1829. Alanson and Seymour were his sons
Sexton, Seymour David Erwin David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814 enlisted in Malone Mar. 1, 1813 and was discharged at French Mills two months later. Married Faithy Cone in Poultney, VT Sep. 10, 1818. Moved to Perry, NY, Ellington, NY and East Randolph, NY. He died Aug. 11, 1886
Shepard, Benjamin David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813
Shepard, James B. Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814 probably lived in Chateaugay in 1810
Shepard, William V. David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 volunteered as a substitute. Married Olive F. Fletcher in Hamburg NY Mar. 11, 1824. He died June 20, 1874 at Marcellus NY
Sherman, Judathan Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814 lived in Chateaugay in 1820 and in 1830
Sherman, Maynard Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812
Shipman, Frederick Asaph Perry Sergeant Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Ft. Covington in 1810 - 1840
Shipman, Royal David Erwin Private Nov. 1812
Shipman, William David Erwin David Erwin Asaph Perry Private Corporal Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-21, 1814 lived in Ft. Covington in 1810 and 1820 and moved to Westville by 1840, where he died in 1848 ae 65. His wife Mary died in 1864 ae 78.
Simms, John Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 joined the militia at Malone and also claimed to have 3 days service at Ft. Covington under Capt. Winslow. He still lived in Malone in 1820. He was 67 years old in 1855 and living in LaPorte, IN
Sinclair, Zerah David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 probably lived in Ft. Covington in 1810
Smith, Amaziah David Erwin Ensign Mar.- Nov. 1813 son of Jacob Smith and Elizabeth Blanchard, born 1782 in South Hero, VT and married Jennette Blanchard , then Hannah Ketchum. Lived in Chateaugay in 1820 and was twin brother of Salmon Smith
Smith, Benjamin David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Nov. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Chateaugay by 1820 and died there Feb. 21, 1871. His wife Louisa (?) d. Aug. 18, 1886
Smith, Ezekiel Asaph Perry Private Sept. - Nov., 1813
Smith, George Asaph Perry Private Sept. 11-21, 1814
Smith, Henry Asaph Perry Private Sept. - Nov., 1813
Smith, Jesse Rufus Tilden Private Sept.11-21, 1814 was living in Bangor in 1810, Jesse (b. 1791 in VT or MA) and his wife Rhoda (b. 1792 in CT) were living with several children and grandchildren in the 1860 census of Bangor. He died Dec. 27, 1872 and is buried at North Bangor.
Smith, Noah Stephen Hickock Ensign Sept. 11-20, 1814 born in Vermont in about 1780 and was living in Malone in 1860 with his son Wade and his family. Lived in Malone 1810-1860. Died Jul. 24, 1860 and is buried at Morningside Cemetery in Malone
Smith, Salmon Moses Eggleston Ensign Sept.11-20, 1814 born in South Hero, VT October 8, 1782, son of Jacob Smith and Elizabeth Blanchard. He married Almedia Wright and was the twin brother of Amaziah Smith. He died March 23, 1823 at Chateaugay. Had children Alfred, Angeline A. and Caroline.
Smith, Thomas Colonel born Jan. 27, 1776 near Bennington VT, son of Jacob Smith. Married Sally Boardman who died May 28, 1830 ae 55. They had 5 sons and 3 daughters. He came to Chateaugay in 1799 and died there May 9, 1840
Soal, Harden H. Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814
Spears, Baizilea David Erwin Private Nov. 1812
Spencer, Charles Rufus Tilden Luther Chipman served as his substitute in the draft, so it is unclear if he himself actually served
Spencer, Elihu Capt. Weeks Private died in the battle at Crysler's Field Ontario November 11, 1813. He was the son of Martha Spencer and brother of Joseph Spencer of Constable
Spencer, Franklin Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812
Spencer, James B. David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 was probably living in Ft. Covington in 1840. He was probably the son of Capt. James B. Spencer (q.v.)
Spencer, James Bradley James Spencer Capt. born about 1784 and died at Ft. Covington in March 1848. Served as Captain in the 29th US Regt. Arrived in French's Mills (Ft. Covington) from Vermont in 1810
Spencer, Joseph David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814 probably lived in Constable
Spencer, Thomas Rufus Tilden Rufus Tilden Corporal Sergeant Jul., 1812-Dec.1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 first wife was Hannah who died April 19, 1848(49?) and then married Mrs Mary B Gardner Ivey,( widow of Elijah Ivey who d. 1856) in Lind WI in 1862. He was born in about 1790 and died Jul. 26, 1881 at Waupaca WI. His widow d. Feb. 24, 1889. Had daughters Mrs. Laura Chesley and Mrs. Helen Wadkins (of Oshkosh WI) He lived in Dickinson in 1810 and 1820.
Spencer, Thomas Jr. Rufus Tilden Corporal Sergeant Jul. - Aug. 1812 Sept.11-21, 1814 lived in Dickinson in 1810 and 1820
Sperry, Herman Rufus Tilden David Erwin Private Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 Mar,- Nov.1813
Sperry, Lyman Bell David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1810 and 1820. Married Polly Foote, then Priscilla Fairfield Blanchard (widow of Walter Blanchard), then Betty Blaisdell (also a widow. 1799-1840) Had son Lyman Sperry Jr. and Samuel Sperry( Mar. 29, 1810-Apr.4, 1849). Daughter Lorinda married Gideon Cotten in 1831
Sprague, Eseck(?) (1783-1863) Hurd lists him as a soldier from Constable. He may have been a militia captain in St. Lawrence Co. In the 1860 census of Constable he was listed as "Esick" born in MA. Wife Laura (1792-1870) ae 69, also from MA. Living with George and Matty Dickey in 1860. Eseck and his wife are both buried in Morningside cem. in Malone.
Spring, Jonathan David Erwin James B.Spencer Corporal Corporal Mar.- Nov. 1813 Jun 1813- Jun 1814 there is an overlap of enlistments between Erwin's militia company and Spencer's company of the 29th US Inf.
Squire, Seth Asaph Perry Private Sept. 11-21, 1814 deserted. Lived in Constable in 1820
Squires, Bostwick Rufus Tilden Stephen Hickock Private Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 born about 1788 and married Abigail Sturtevant in Ellisburgh NY in March 1819. He had a daughter Abigail Griggs, with whom he was living in Norwalk OH in 1871. He died at Rothsay, in Wellington Co. Ontario sometime after March 1878.
Stafford, Joseph David Erwin Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 married Cynthia Lewis April 12, 1807. He was drafted in Malone Aug. 15, 1812. Claimed to have served in Dewey Hickock's co. of militia. He died in 1855 in Sheldon VT. His children included Nathaniel, Jeremiah, Sylvester, Cynthia and Lodena
Stickney, Charles Rufus Tilden Sergeant Sept.11-21, 1814 lived in the part of Dickinnson that became Moira by 1810. Appears on an 1820 list of Dickinson-Moira jurors. Died in Moira Mar. 23, 1851 ae 79. Had wife Betsey, and sons Owen (d. in 1851 ae 23) and Royal B. (d. 1838 ae 3)
Stiles, Ezra Lt. Snead Dec. 1812- 1815 born Sept. 28, 1798 in Shoreham VT, son of Asa Stiles, and served in 11th US Infantry. He volunteered in 1813 at the age of 16, and was shot in the left thigh at Chateaugay. He was discharged in 1815. Married Harriet Rublee (1804-1894) in West Chazy NY on Jan. 23, 1821. He was later the US Customs officer in Ft. Covington and died there of dropsey Aug. 1, 1880. His pension was stopped briefly in 1862 on charges of being disloyal to the US
Stinson, Allen Asaph Perry Private Sept. 11-21, 1814 name may be Stimson.
Stinson, Andrew Asaph Perry Private Sept. 11-21, 1814 name may be Stimson. Was in Franklin Co. by 1810
Stinson, Ebenezer Rufus Tilden Private Jul.1812-Jan.1813 name may be Stimson.
Stone, John Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 born about 1789 and married Alma Cotton in Royalton NY Mar. 10, 1840. Also claimed to have done service in Capt. Follett's company of VT militia. Lived in S. Jackson MI in 1872.
Stoughton, Samuel Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814 was living in Chateaugay by 1800 and married Prudence Grinnell. He died January 16, 1843 age 70. Buried at Chateaugay
Stowers, Ashley P. David Erwin Drummer Nov.- Dec. 1812 son of Nathan Stowers. Married Sarah Chipman on Sep. 20, 1810. She died before Dec. 18, 1814, on which date he married Lucy Richards. She must have died soon after, as he married Beulah Ashley in Malone in 1817 and lived in Malone in 1820. Died before April 2, 1825, and his widow later married Eijah Drury
Stowers, Nathan David Erwin David Erwin Corporal Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-21, 1814 lived in Malone in 1810 and 1820. He was the father of Ashley Stowers
Stratton, Moses Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1820
Sutton, Thomas David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 he is listed as "Sullen" on one payroll
Switzer, Joseph David Erwin James B.Spencer Private Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 Jun 1813- Jun 1814 name is spelled "Sweetser" on Spencer's 29th US Inf. muster roll
Tarbell, John (alias Sawatis Cheechuks) David Erwin Asaph Perry was a St.Regis Mohawk, applied for a pension because of his service as a guide to Capts. Erwin and Perry in 1813. His brothers Peter and Loren also applied but were rejected, as were most of the other Mohawks who applied
Taylor, Gordon Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 listed as "Georgon" on one roll, and as "George" on another
Taylor, James Asaph Perry Rufus Tilden Private Private Sept. - Nov., 1813 Sept.11-21, 1814 this may be the Revolutionary soldier (1755 - Jul. 19, 1817) who is buried at Bangor. If so, he married Penuel Fletcher Oct. 1, 1787 in Pultney VT
Taylor, John David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 a 68 yr. old John Taylor (b. NY) and wife Lucy (b. 1798 in NY) and daughter Maria (1817-1870) are listed in 1860 the census of Burke
Thayer, Israel Moses Eggleston Lieut. Sept.11-20, 1814 born in Amherst MA 23 July 1773 and first came to Franklin Co. in 1800 and lived permanently in Burke by 1810 . He died August 31, 1847, and is buried at Thayer Cemetery. His wife Rena died Aug. 24, 1836 , aged 59. Had sons Walcott A. and Smith P. plus 2 who moved to MN, one in IL and one in Gouverneur by 1880.
Thompson, John Asaph Perry Ensign Sept. 11-20, 1814 probably lived in Ft. Covington in 1800 and 1810, or may be the man (1791-1846) who is buried in Malone
Thompson, Jonathan David Erwin Stephen Hickock Sergeant Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814
Thompson, William Rufus Tilden David Erwin Private Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-21, 1814
Tilden, Rufus Rufus Tilden Capt. Jul.1812-Jan.1813 Sept.11-14, 1814 born 4 Jan. 1781 in Richmond MA, son of Isaiah (d. 1823 ae 82) and Elizabeth Tilden and was an early settler in Moira. His company was captured at French's Mills (ie Ft. Covington) in 1812 and sent to Montreal as prisoners. Lived in Moira in 1810 -1830 and probably died in about 1838. Wife Sally d. May 5, 1848 ae 65 and is buried in Moira. May have had a son Horace Tilden living in Moira in 1840
Tucker, Reuben D. David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 probably lived in Dickinson or Ft. Covington in 1810. He died before Oct. 2, 1816 and left 16 yr old daughter Mary Ann
Turner, Eli Asaph Perry Corporal Sept.- Oct., 1813
Turner, William David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813
Tyler, Parley Asaph Perry Fifer Sept.- Oct., 1813
van Houten(?), Helmer Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Aug. 1812 deserted August 14, 1812
Vernal, John David Erwin Private Sept.11-21, 1814 lived in Chateuagay in 1810 and 1820
Vosburgh, Daniel Rufus Tilden Moses Eggleston Private Private Jul.1812-Jan.1813 Sept.11-20, 1814
Waite, Austin David Erwin Private Apr.- May 1813
Wallis, Porter Rufus Tilden Private Jul. 8 - 17 1812 enlisted in the US Army on July 17, 1812
Walter, John Rufus Tilden Private Sept.11-21, 1814
Wares, Silas David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 married Rebecca Miltimore in Ft. Covington Feb. 20, 1827 and probably lived in Ft. Covington in 1840. He lived in Waukesha Co. WI and died there Jan. 4, 1895
Warner, Charles David Erwin Private Nov. 1812
Waterhouse, Henry Col. Thomas Smith Surgeon a native of Salisbury VT moved to Malone in about 1812 and first wife Sally ________ d. there in 1810. He then married Lucinda Spencer there on May 17, 1812. Later moved to Key West FL where he was postmaster. He drowned there along with his son January 19, 1835 while they were sailing.
Watkins, Asaph Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 married first wife Polly Owens (died Jul. 31, 1839) in Malone. He married Diantha Prentice (b. ca 1819, and may be dau. of Elijah Prentice) in Brandon Oct. 26, 1840. He died Mar. 19, 1859 (1854?) and is buried in Malone. Diantha still lived in Malone in 1878
Watkins, Elias Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 originally from Rutland VT and moved to Franklin Co. in 1806 and was one of the men captured at French's Mills in 1812 and carried to Montreal. Married Susan Hall (1789-1860) in Malone on October 27, 1822. He was born in about 1791 and d. in Malone April 14,1881. He is buried in Webster St. cemetery
Watkins, Jared Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 married Philena Wood August 1, 1819 and lived in Malone in 1820. He may have been the son of Jared Watkins (1762-1807)
Weaver, Silas David Erwin Private Mar.- Nov. 1813
Webb, Oliver Asaph Perry Corporal Sept.- Oct., 1813 lived in Malone in 1820 -1849 and died Nov. 11, 1849 (1850?). Married Sally Nichols Oct. 6, 1805 in Sudbury VT. No pension file number is listed in the index. Had sons Jewett(?) and Reuben, and brother Samuel (q.v.) who lived in Belmont
Webb, Samuel Asaph Perry Stephen Hickock Private Private Sept. - Nov., 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814 married Polly Crawford in Malone on Oct. 3, 1811. He was born about 1790, and lived in Bellmont in 1854. He had been drafted in Malone in 1813. Had brother Oliver (q.v.) in Malone
Welch, Barzilla Asaph Perry Private Sept. - Nov., 1813
Westlake, James Rufus Tilden Private Jul.1812-Jan.1813
Wheat, Benjamin Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814
Wheaton, Samuel David Erwin Capt. Schuyler Private Private May - June 1813 June 1813-June 1814 enlisted in the 29th US Infantry June 5, 1813. Transferred to Capt. James Spencer's Co.
Wheeler, John David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Mar.- Nov. 1813 Sept. 11-20, 1814 was born in New Haven VT in about 1785 and was a resident of Malone by 1820. He died January 28, 1844. His widow Rhoda Spencer Wheeler (b. about 1795 in MA) applied for a pension after his death claiming he was in Capt. Hickock’s Co. in 1813, but her claim was rejected because he does not appear on any muster roll. They had married at Malone on March 7, 1816. In 1860, she was living in Malone with son Judson (b. 1831) and daughter (in law?) Diadema (b. 1836)
Whipple, Nathaniel Rufus Tilden Asaph Perry Private Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 Sept. - Nov., 1813 born about 1793 in VT and married Sarah ___________(b. 1793 in VT) and had daughter Cordelia A. (b. 1840). Lived in Burke where he died Oct. 26, 1866.
White, Merrill Rufus Tilden Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 married Amarilla Wakefield in Moira in June 1815(?). He was still alive and living in South Bombay in 1883. He had been drafted into Rufus Tilden’s company of New York militia at French’s Mills (Ft. Covington). He was one of the men who was captured at French’s Mills in 1812 and sent as a prisoner of war to Montreal. He also later served in Capt. Jared Winslow’s company as a substitute. He had been born in about 1796 in Vermont His wife was born in about 1805 in Vermont, according to the 1860 census of Bombay, so either the census is wrong, or their date of marriage is wrong. She may have been the daughter of Ebenezer Wakefield of Dickinson/Moira. There were 2 children living with them in the 1860 census:
Albert born in NY in 1840
Chauncey born in NY in 1843
White, Nathan Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1820 -1860. Born Jul. 20, 1787 in CT, wife Almira born 1804 in NY. Claimed to be the first man to enlist in Hickock's Co. and that Samuel Hyde was second. He had a brother Rufus who volunteered from VT. Lived at Highgate VT in 1876. His daughter Lucy married Lewis Green of Canton Mar. 24, 1843.
White, Peter (alias Tieryoranidtakan) David Erwin Asaph Perry married Mary LaFrance (alias Waretewateureidgoode) on February 1, 1815 in Hopkinton NY. He was a St. Regis Mohawk and served as a scout under Capts. Perry, Erwin and Tilden in 1813. Peter White died on September 12, 1824(1829?), but his wife was still alive and living in Hogansburg in 1883. She had been born in about 1799.
Wibber, Elias David Erwin Private Sept.11-21, 1814 this last name may be Webber, or Wilber
Wilder, Alvin Stephen Hickock Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 Seaver lists him as "Wilden". Lived in Malone in 1820
Wilder, Cyrus Stephen Hickock Corporal Sept. 11-20, 1814 married Nancy Erwin Jan. 26, 1817. Seaver lists him as "Wilden", and one pay roll lists him as "Weldon". Lived in Constable in 1820 and died in New Boston NH Mar. 7, 1856.
Willey, Ambrose R. Warren Powers Private Sept. 11-20, 1814 cavalry. Married Sarah Drake and lived in Ft. Covington 1820-1830. They had a son Ambrose.
Willson, Abel Stephen Hickock married Lucinda Shurtleff who died in Malone in 1832 (1822?). He then married Ann Scranton Jan. 5, 1834 in Malone. He died in Malone Feb. 28, 1854, and his widow was still living there in 1878. She died Jan. 20, 1881. He had daughters Marie and Antoinette.
Willson, Anderson David Erwin Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 born in VT, as was wife Abigail. Drafted at Bangor in October 1813. Still lived in Bangor in 1878, age 86
Willson, James Asaph Perry Rufus Tilden Private Private Sept. - Nov., 1813 Sept.11-21, 1814
Wilson, Robert Asaph Perry Ensign Sept. 27-30, 1813 probably was in Malone in 1810, and Bangor in 1807. A blind 81 yr. old Robert Wilson who was born in Mass. appears in the 1860 census of Malone and that may be him
Wilson, Samuel Rufus Tilden Sergeant Sept.11-21, 1814 lived in Bangor in 1820
Wing, Rodney Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814
Winslow, Luther David Erwin Stephen Hickock Lieut. Lieut. Nov.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1810 and 1820
Witherell, Lincoln Asaph Perry Moses Eggleston Corporal Corporal Sept.- Oct., 1813 Sept.11-20, 1814
Wood, Adin Rufus Tilden Ensign Jul.- Dec. 1812 (1785-Jan. 10, 1857) appears in the 1810 census of Franklin Co. with wife Esther Safford (1789-1875). They were married in Malone by Jesse Chipman on Jan. 10, 1809. His brother Arunah H. Wood claimed that they came to Malone in 1805, and that Adin had been insane 20 years by 1846.
Wood, Ebenezer David Erwin Stephen Hickock Private Private Nov.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1810 - 1830 and died in Malone Aug. 1, 1830 aged 70; buried in Webster St. cemetery. His wife Elizabeth S. died Jan. 1, 1863 ae 81
Wood, Enos David Erwin Private Lieut. Nov.- Dec. 1812 Mar.- Nov. 1813 born Feb. 2, 1761 and married Aseneth Hazen (1763- before1803) May 19, 1782 at South Hero VT. He later married Asenath Brewer (1768- 1845) Revolutionary War soldier and father of Adin Wood (q.v.) Lived in Malone in 1810 -1840. Originally from St. Albans VT and settled in Malone in 1802. He died Feb. 22, 1851 and is buried in Malone. Children included Adin and Arunah of Malone, Enos of Hopkinton, Eri of Murry NY, Mrs. Aseneth Hatch of Holly NY, and Almira(Mrs Nathan) White of Malone.
Wood, Eric Stephen Hickock Corporal Sept. 11-20, 1814
Wood, Omar Rufus Tilden Private Sept.11-21, 1814 lived in Dickinson 1810 -1840 and died before August 9, 1855 Had son Lewis Wood
Wood, Reuben Rufus Tilden Stephen Hickock Private Private Jul.- Dec. 1812 Sept. 11-20, 1814 lived in Malone in 1820
Worth, Asa Col. Thomas Smith Surgeon's Mate Sept. 11-20, 1814 died Feb. 27, 1842 aged 42 and buried at Bangor
Wright, Peter Moses Eggleston Private Sept.11-20, 1814 lived in Chateuagay in 1820
Wright, Thomas David Erwin Lieut. Mar.- Nov. 1813 married Nancy Creighton (1783-1857)and was probably living in Westville by 1810. He was born in about 1780 and died in Sep. 1862 ae 85. Both are buried at Riverside cemetery in Westville. They had children Mary (d. 1819 ae 12), William (d. 1821 ae 1) and Martha (d. 1809 ae 10 mos)

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