Jonathan Sexton, born about 1788 in Dorset, Bennington Co., Vermont came to Upper Canada as a child with his parents William Sexton and the former Dorothy Curtis.
Burwell served under Captain Leslie Patterson July, August 1812 received land Claim Certificate Unit, Flank Company 1st Regiment Middlesex Militia, Volume 18. File pages 1655 -1656.
Cornelius Bertran was born c1785, likely in Sussex County, New Jersey, USA, to David Bertran. David served in the 2nd Battalion of the New Jersey Volunteers during the American Revolution. He and his family came to Upper Canada in 1794 when he was given a land grant in Clinton Township as a United Empire Loyalist.
My 3rd great-grandfather Isaac Ferriss UE served in 3 battles during the War of 1812-14. He served at the Battle of Detroit, the Battle of the Maumee and the Battle of Raisin River — all in the Michigan and Ohio areas.
John Sly (1763-1868) John Sly was b 23 June 1763 in Dutchess County, New York but grew up in Vermont where his family eventually settled. According to his grand-daughter, Mariah Millenbah, John Sly lived at the foot of the Green Mountains in Vermont and was away from home five years fighting during the Revolutionary War; as a teenager it is unclear what role he fulfilled during this conflict.
Ebenezer Willson was born on or about 3 May 1796 in New Jersey, USA to John and Rachel (Drake) Willson. They moved their family to Canada from the United States along with 17 other families. They settled in the Jersey Settlement (now Jerseyville) in Ancaster Township in 1804.
Commanding Officer: Captain Marvel White’s Flank Company
Natives of Massachusetts Jabez Eaton and his wife Sarah Millard lived in Vermont for a number of years before moving to Upper Canada where they settled in Leeds County.