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Also, Stephen was not an officer and his length of service was 35 days.1 August 1813, and served one month and four days, to 4 September.
He was a private in Captain John ROADAMOUR'S company of Ohio Mounted Militia, Major WOMELDORFF'S Regiment of Volunteers.
They were married 10 June 1779, and added 11 more children to Zaphaniah's family. He and his son Henry had slaughter house on 42 acres just outside (west) of Gallipolis; nine children. The sisters' parents, Indian John and Ann Smith EWING, lived across the river and up a bit from Point Pleasant.
Of the 11, four eventually joined their half-brothers in Ohio, and all four, Reuben WETMORE, Abner JOHNSON, Enoch and Mary, figured into the Ewing story. Stephen and Susannah were still on the Virginia side of the Ohio when Taphena was born about 1803.
Samuel and Sarah moved there on 6 April 1805, which is probably when Stephen and Susannah went too.
Before long Zaphaniah married again, his wife this time being Mehitable WETMORE. Married: In New York, Chloe MUDGE; to Gallia County, Ohio about 1814/1815, to Van Buren County, about 1833 was an associate judge in Gallia and was always called "Judge."Francis HOLCOMB, b. Francis was the only one of all the early HOLCOMBS who lived in Gallipolis, Ohio instead of Huntington Township. Other settlers there included, at a later date, Susannah's two sisters, Sarah, who married Stephen's brother, Samuel in 1802, and Jeanet who married Levi HOWELL in 1804.
TUPPER, who had raised 1,000 men from what are now Gallia, Lawrence and Jackson Counties.
They went on order of General WINCHESTER against British Indians at Maumee, where they engaged in a fierce battle, and then returned home.
John and Ann's second child and first daughter could have been named America.
She and this country were born about the same time.