ANDREW JACKSON INDIAN REMOVAL POLICY
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
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w y z
Cannifax, John. Private Captain Cyrus White's Company, 3rd. Regiment Wimberley's Georgia militia 21 Nov 1814 to 5 March 1815. John Cannifax was born ca. 1794 in Campbell County, VA and died 29 Dec 1847. He was married to Anna Duke.
Carter, William. 1813-1814 GA Volunteer Mounted Company under Captain Steele, served as a trumpeter, fought in the Battle of Antossee in Nov 1814. Received a pension of $8.00 per month page 204 Our Cowart Family, page 111, History of Pike County, AL by Margaret Pace Farmer. William Carter was born 27 July 1789 in Hancock County, GA and died in Pike County, AL 31 Oct 1883. He married Mary Buchanan on 26 Nov 1817 in Hancock County, GA
Chappell, Miles. Served as a private in the company commanded by Captain John Jackson in the 1st. regiment of drafted militia commanded by Colonel Metcalf. He was drafted in Bedford County, TN November 1814 and served in the Battle of New Orleans, 22 Dec 1814-8 Jan 1815. His widow received a pension. Miles Chappell was born 5 June 1790 in Virginia and died 24 March 1887 at Tuscaloosa, AL He was married to Priscilla Parker whom he married 12 July 1812 at Bedford County, Tennesee. Miles Chappell is buried in the Sterling Church Cemetery in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
Clark, Caleb. Private, 3 Regiment (Alston's) South Carolina militia, Capt. John K. McIver Co, Inf. Batt'n commanded by Major William Fields. Served from 24 Sep 1814 to 11 Mar 1815. Caleb Clark received bounty land. He was born in SC in 1794 and died at Clay County Al on 11 Jul 1857. He was married to Mary Mullins who was born in 1804 in Kentucky and died in clay County AL on Oct 1873. They were married on 14 Sep 1828 at Hall County GA. Caleb Clark is buried in the Concord Baptist Church Cemetery in Clay County, AL
Cleveland, John. Captain in 3rd. Upper Company of the Franklin Co. GA Regiment militia. Commissioned 12 Feb 1791. Was a member of the GA House of Representatives in 1789 from Franklin County, GA. Ref. Executive Minute Book, State GA 1790-91 page 64. House Journal of 1789 on file GA Archives. John Cleveland was born ca. 1730 at Orange County VA and died 1825 at Carnesville, GA. He was married to Mary (Molly) McCann whom he married in VA ca. 1754.
Coleman, Solomon Roe. Served in 2nd. Regiment
(McWillie's) SC militia.
Curry, Benjamin E.; War of 1812; AL County: St. Clair,