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Report: Military: War of 1812

         Description: A list of our ancestors who served in the War of 1812


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# Last Name, Given Name(s) Military: Date Military: Place Military
1 Curbow, James  21 Nov 1814 - 20 May 1815  Georgia   Veteran of the War of 1812. During the War of 1812, Georgia supplied 10,376 infantry men, 563 cavalry men, and 618 artillery men for a total of 11,557 men.

Georgia Militia, Capt. David Gallaspy's Co. of Inf. 4 Reg't George Detached Militia; Company Muster Roll, James Curbow, Pvt. for to March 4, 1815
Roll dated March 4, 1815; Commencement of Service: Nov. 21, 1814; End of Service: May 20, 1815; Present
Remarks: Sick; Georgia Militia, Capt. David Gallaspy's Co. of Inf, 4 Reg't George Detached Militia; Company Muster Roll James Curbow, Pvt. for: to Dec 9, 1814; Roll dated: Camp Hospital Dec 7 1814; Commence of Service: Nov. 21, 1814; End of Service: Nov. 21, 1814
Present 
2 Fillmore, John Adam  25 Sept 1813 - 3 Nov 1813  Vermont   Enlistment 5 Sept 1813 - War of 1812 - Capt. Amos Robinson's Co. Vt. Military; Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815: John Adam Fillmore; Widow: Martha Fillmore; married 11 Feb 1811; discharged 3 Nov 1813; soldier died 18 Aug 1850 in Franklin, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin; Military Service Location: Vermont; Widow's death date: 1 Feb 1883; Pension No. 1: WO 10606; Pension No. 2: WC 10894; Bounty Land No. 1 113660; Roll No. 32; Archive Publication Number M313; Residence of Widow: Payson; Maiden name of Widow: Martha Calkins;