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1 Endicott Contributions in the War of 1812 Endicott Cousins Reunion Roundtable Discussion June 14, 2008

2 Kentucky Added to the Union in th State Endicotts Migrated through the Cumberland Gap in 1786 and into Fayette County, VA

3 Introduction and Overview Gordon S. Harmon - Introduction Carmen Izzo - Overview

4 Overview -War of 1812 Principal Campaigns Source: USMA – West Point, NY

5 Overview Battle of Tippecanoe Battle of Frenchtown Remember the Raisin Role of Kentucky in the War of 1812 Governor Issac Shelby Call for the Kentucky Militia

6 Battle of Tippecanoe November 7, 1811 William H. Endicott by Alonzo Chappel

7 Battle of Frenchtown News of Massacre Reaches Kentucky Remember the Raisin

8 Recreation of River Raisin Flag by Kevin Smith

9 Role of Kentucky in the War of 1812 Kentucky War Fever Northwest Frontier Indian hostilities British policies Determination of Kentuckians

10 Governor Issac Shelby Revolutionary War Hero American Forces Harrison and Winchester British Forces Proctor and Tecumseh

11 Call for the Kentucky Militia

12 Kentucky provided 25,000 men in the war with 40 regiments of volunteer militia Kentucky suffered 1,200 men killed in the war where the total killed was 1,876 or 64%

13 Endicott Brothers and Cousins Step Forward to Enlist Joseph Endicott and John A. Endicott – Brothers William H. Endicott, Joseph Nation Endicott and John B. Endicott – Brothers Mentioned in Disposition of Wilmont Nation Endicott (Moses Endicott Pension – NARA) William Endicott – 1 st Cousin of Woodford, Co., KY

14 Joseph Endicott ( ) Cindy Endicott Levingston Sarah Endicott Munoz

15 Joseph Endicott (1784 – 1867) Courtesy of James R. Endicott

16 Joseph Endicott ( ) 1 st son of Moses Endicott (American Rev. War Patriot) and Martha Hill m. Rebecca Casey in KY Were part of the Migration of 44 with their five sons

17 Joseph Endicott (1784 – 1867) Enlisted in Capt. James Colemans Company, Col. Richard Johnsons Regiment Kentucky Mounted Infantry – Pvt. Aug. 15, 1813 – Nov. 19, 1813 Battle of Thames Personal belongings of Joseph Endicott Kentucky Long Rifle Joseph Endicott personal artifacts

18 Joseph Endicott (1784 – 1867) Endicott Cemetery – Joe Seiberts Farm Poseyville, IN

19 John A. Endicott ( ) Ed Tracy Ray Weber

20 John A. Endicott ( )

21 3 rd son of Moses Endicott (American Rev. War Patriot) and Martha Hill - b. KY m. Nancy Adair Migrated to Posey County, IN ca Migrated to Grant Co., WI 1844

22 John A. Endicott ( ) Enlisted in Capt James Colemans Co., Col. Richard Johnsons Regiment Kentucky Mounted Infantry Aug – Nov Battle of Thames

23 John A. Endicott ( ) Survivors Pension

24 John A. Endicott Obituary

25 William Endicott (1789 – 1871) Teddy Sanford

26 William Endicott ( ) Woodford County, KY – m. Martha (Patsy) Searcy – 12 Children Enlisted Captain Tom Lewis Company, Woodford County, KY – Aug. 29, 1813 – Sep. 28, 1813 Obtained a substitute on march to Ohio Moved to Platte City, MO in 1830

27 William Harrison Endicott ( ) Gordon S. Harmon

28 William Harrison Endicott ( ) 1 st son of Joseph Endicott ( ) and Wilmont Nation of Nicholas Co., KY. b. NC m. Mary Ann Ross Removed to Montgomery Co. IN

29 William Harrison Endicott (1792 – 1859) The Indian Fighter The Battle of Tippecanoe Captain Coleman A. Colliers Company, Scotts Regiment Lieutenant Atwell Boswells Company Captain Brysons Company All of the Kentucky Militia

30 Joseph Nation Endicott ( ) Gordon S. Harmon Carmen Izzo

31 Joseph Nation Endicott ( ) 2 nd Son of Joseph Endicott ( ) and Wilmont Nation of Nicholas Co., KY – b. NC m. 1. Elizabeth Varner Enlisted in Captain Colemans Company – Col. Johnsons 3 rd Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Militia – Aug. 15, 1813 – Nov. 19, 1813 Battle of Thames

32 Joseph Nation Endicott ( ) Received two bounty land warrants for War of 1812 military service 1850 US Census – Posey County, IN Elizabeth, age 16 m. Wilson Harmon in Posey County, IN Removed to Franklin County, IL after 1850 m. 2. Rebecca Hart Probate

33 John B. Endicott (1797 – 1878) 3 rd son of Joseph Endicott ( ) and Wilmont Nation of Nicholas Co., KY. m. Elizabeth Swanson Lived in Montgomery Co., IN before 1830 Posey Co, IN before 1850 Saline Co., IL

34 John B. Endicott ( ) Capt. Archibald Morrisons Company of Infantry of the Kentucky Militia, Detached Pvt., Enlisted March 29, 1813 – September 28, 1813 Appears to have a pension, but not located at NARA

35 Memorial Forrest (1783 – bfr. 1815) Teddy Sanford

36 Memorial Forrest (1783 – bfr. 1815) m. Nancy Endicott Captain in the Kentucky Militia in War of 1812 Served under LTC Andrew Porter at Fort Gratiot near present day Port Huron. MI Fort Gratiot cut off water route for British Died there on 15 March 1815.

37 A Letter from A Soldier on the Front Carol Pool

38 Battle of the Thames Teddy H. Sanford, Jr. Harrisons Campaign into Canada

39 Battle of Thames October 5, 1813 On the Thames River near Chatham, Ontario 800 Brits/500 Indians vs 3,700 Americans including 1000 cavalry - including 3 Endicott brothers Decisive Victory for US – Control of the Old Northwest Frontier

40 Battle of Thames

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43 Home and Beyond The Migration of Other Endicotts Migrate to Indiana Territory (Smith and Robb Townships, Posey County) or remain in Kentucky Joseph Endicott – 1815 John A. Endicott – 1818 Joseph Nation Endicott – bfr 1850 John B. Endicott – bfr 1850 William and William Harrison Endicott remain in Kentucky

44 Bibliography 1. McCloskey, Mabel McFatridge. Some Descendants of John Endecott, Governor of Mass Bay Colony. (Salem, Massachusetts: Higgingson Book Company, 1942). Reprinted. 2. Kentucky Adjutant Generals Office. Kentucky Soldiers of the War of 1812, White, Virgil D. Index to War of 1812 Pension Files Vol. I: A-L. (Waynesboro, Tennessee: The National Historical Publishing Company, 1992). 4. Kentucky Department of Military Affairs – War of 1812 Muster Rolls. 5. Disposition of Wilmont Nation Endicott Endicott – Moses Endicott Pension File (Revolutionary War) – NARA, Washington, DC 6. NARA, Washington, DC – Endicott Military Service Records

45 Questions and Answers Endicott Cousins Discussion


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