Last Battle War Alabama
1812 Ancestors War of 1812
Accepted by Lineage Societies and others who have verified service records whose names appear on this list.
The membership requirements for various
lineage societies are not the same. The men's society, General Society
of the War of 1812 requires that men considered for membership be
direct lineal descendants of men who fought in the War of
Abercombie, Charles, born Virginia 1742, died Georgia 1819. Patriot Georgia 1798, married Dicey Edwina Booth, son Leonard m. Sarah Comer
Alexander, Adam Rankin. 4 Oct 1813 to 4 Jan 1814 McCrory's Regiment W Tennessee, Pvt. Captain Dooley's Company, 1 Lt. and QM Thomas McCrory's 2nd Regiment. Alexander Rankin was born Washington County VA and died 1 Nov 1848 at Marshall County MS. He was married to Leah Reagan who was born in VA. They were married 26 Mar 1805 in Blount County, TN.
.Anthony, James, Sgt. 2nd. Batt 1st. Reg 5th. Co, Infantry, GA., Wilkes County, GA 18 Oct 1793. He was born 18 Dec 1752 at Hanover County VA and died in 1815 in Jasper County, GA His wife, Ann Ancy Tate, was born in 1752 in Louisa County, VA and died in May, 1834 in Jasper County, GA They were married 29 Sep 1772 in Bedford County, VA
Arnold, Wyatt. Wyatt H. Arnold volunteered in Humphrey's Court Tennessee and served as a private from September 28 1814 to 28 March 1815 in Captain Joseph Williams' Company of Tennessee militia. He was born in 1798 in New Kent, VA and died ca. 1869 at Bibb County, AL. He is buried in Bibb County, AL. See National Archives Bounty Land Files, Can #218, Bundle 4, Wyatt Arnold Warrant #2244 issued 24 March, 1851 and Letter listing his service: Treasury Department #5946, Department of Interior. He was married to Charlotte Brown whom he married in 1816 in SC.
Austill, Evan Captain. U.S. Government Agent, Commander of Fort Madison in Clarke County, AL. He fought the Creek Indians in the Battle of Burnt Corn. After orders were given to leave, he remained behind to defend Fort Madison in the years 1812-1814. Captain Austill died in Florida from exposure on an Indian Campaign. He was born in 1769 in Halifax County, VA and died 18 Oct 1818 in Florida. He is buried at Fort Madison, Clarke County (See Historic marker). He was married to Sarah Files who was born ca. 1777 in the Pendleton District, SC She died in September of 1835 in Wilcox County, AL
Aylor, Anthony Served in War of 1812 as a private in Captain Gilbert D. Freer's Company, State of GA militia commanded by Major William Wooten from 7 Aug 1814 to 7 Feb 1815. He was born 24 of Sep 1792 in NC and died 28 Sep 1882 in Tennessee. He was married to Mary Sharp.