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
McClellan, John. Lieut. John McClellan served under Shelby at the Battle of King's Mountain (American Revolution); later as Captain McClellan he commanded a garrison on the Clinch River from 1792-93; he is referenced as Col in a letter dated in 1812 from Washington. Later his name appears on a muster roll and pay roll for a Private John McClellan in a Brigade of East Tennessee commanded by Brig. General John White with service from 15 Aug 1813 to 1 Jan 1814. See: The McClellans of Alabama and Arkansas compiled by Bobbie Jones McLane. John McClellan was born 24 September, 1768 at Sullivan County, TN and died on 15 Nov 1842 at Cane Hill, Arkansas. He married his wife Mary Wallace at Blount County, Tennessee on 13 May 1794.
McKinney, Johnson. Private in company commanded by Captain Hugh Carr. Regiment of rangers commanded by Col. Peter Perkins. Discharged 1 Feb 1814. Official record from Franklin County, AL records Alabama State Archives. Johnson McKinney was born c. 1764 in Virginia and died 11 April 1852 in Franklin County, AL. He married Mary Spradlin on 28 Dec 1818 at Moulton, Lawrence County, AL. He is buried in the Old Nauvoo Cemetery in Franklin County, AL
Miller, John Malcolm. Commissioned by Patrick Henry Esq. Gov of VA as Justice of Peace and the first Order Book of the Madison County Court, page 48 date 26 Jun, 1787 shows that Robert Rodes and John Miller, gentlemen, named in the commission of the Peace of the Justice of Peace and of Oyer and Terminer. He served as a representative from Kentucky County in the VA General Assembly, 1792-94. He held the rank of Captain based on his service in the American Revolution. John Miller was born 1 July, 1750 in Albemarle County, VA and died on 8 Sep 1806 at Richmond, Madison County, KY. He was married to Jane Dulaney, born 1 Jan 1751 at Orange, Culpeper County, VA, and died 13 March 1844 at Richmond, Madison County, Ky. They were married 20 Mar ch, 1774 at Albemarle County, VA
Mundy, Reuben. Served Captain William Varner's Company, GA militia as a private. WC 5819, Index to War of 1812 Pension Files Vol II: G-M. He was born 11 Apr 1777 at VA and died Clayton County, GA 28 Feb 1856. He was married on 10 Feb 1814 to Mary Andrews in Clayton County, GA. Buried in the Mundy Cemetery in Clayton County, GA