Last Battle War Alabama
1812 Ancestors War of 1812
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of the War of 1812 requires that men considered for membership be
direct lineal descendants of men who fought in the War of
Edgeworth, Nathaniel Lovell, War of 1812, served in 3rd. Regiment of Rutledge's South Carolina, moved to Tuscaloosa Alabama before 1860. He died in 1872 and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Tuscaloosa, AL in an unmarked grave near the corner of 10th. Street. He was born in May, 1789 in Chesterfield, S.C. His wife, whom he married in Chesterfield Co., S.C., was Naomi Evans, the daughter of John Bell Evans. They had eleven children. Nathaniel was the son of Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Elizabeth Knight.
Eichholtz, Leonard. Service: Elective office; Judge of Elections 1786-87, Tax Collector 1785, Assistant Burgess of Lancaster County, PA 1799 to 1812, Chief Burgess Lancaster County, Pa 1813-1815. Material Assistance: Supplied blankets used by volunteers going to Baltimore. Reference: Account of Lancaster County Treasurer William Henry 1782-92; Corporation Book of Lancaster Boro., Pa pages 153, 143, 136; History of Lancaster County Pa by Franklin Ellis et. al. Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society Vol 79, 1975 page 200. Leonard Eichholtz was born 1 Sep 1750 at Lancaster, PA and died 25 Apr 1817 at Lancaster, PA. He married Catharine Meyer/Mayer. He is buried at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, Lancaster, PA