Asahel Kyes was born in 1764 in the United States. He came with his wife Sarah Mosier and family to Upper Canada about 1796 settling in the front of Lansdowne Township.
Robert McNeil Miller came to Leeds County in Upper Canada along with the McNeil family settling in Lansdowne Township.
Seneca Washburn was born in Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont in 1796 to Stephen Washburn and the former Asenath Sexton. The Washburn family along with some members of the Sexton family came to Leeds County, Upper Canada about 1806 settling in Lansdowne Township.
In 1812 at the age of twenty years William Webster emigrated from County Wexford, Ireland with other members of his family arriving in Upper Canada where they settled in the rear of Lansdowne Township.
Born in Litchfield, Connecticut, Thomas Ripley came to Upper Canada with his foster father Walter Davis in 1793 settling first in Augusta Township, Leeds County where the family remained until 1800 when they removed to South Crosby Township.
Born in New York state William Robinson had settled with his family in the Front of Lansdowne Township, Leeds County before 1812. He was balloted for service in the Flank Company, 1st Regiment Leeds Militia commanded by Lieutenant Jonathan Fulford in July of 1812 and was on duty at Brockville when the town was raided by an American force led by Captain Benjamin Forsyth in February 1813.
John and Anna Gilbert brought their family from Vermont to Upper Canada about 1795 settling first in Augusta and later in the rear of Lansdowne Township. Three of their sons were balloted for militia service during the War of 1812 in the 2nd Regiment Leeds Militia.
Born in Vermont in 1782 Cleveland Stafford brought his wife Sally and infant first son, Solomon to Upper Canada about 1805 eventually settling in Lansdowne Township, Leeds County.
Born in Vermont about 1776 William Sturdivant came to Upper Canada in 1790 where he married Catherine Gordon, daughter of Robert Gordon, a Loyalist who had settled in Charlottenburg.
John Greenizan was born in the canton of Berne, Switzerland in 1780. As a young man he chose a military career serving as a mercenary in Napoleon’s army. After his capture by the British Greenizan joined DeWattville’s Regiment, a unit of Swiss mercenaries that fought for the British in Egypt and Spain.