1 edition of Account of Ebenezer Sproat found in the catalog.
Account of Ebenezer Sproat
Written in English
Official financial report covering the period from June 30, 1794, through December 31, 1808, signed February 4, 1809.
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|LC Control Number||82004045|
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Ebenezer Sproat (February 9, – January 7, ), surname also spelled Sprout, was an officer of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, a pioneer to the Ohio Country, and one of the founders of Marietta, Ohio, the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest served throughout the entire American war of independence, from April through Allegiance: United States of America.
Official financial report covering the period from Jthrough Decemsigned February 4, 1 Revenue -- United States. Public officials. Ebenezer Sproat was in the field with the Continental Army throughout the American Revolutionary War, and was engaged in the battles of Trenton, Princeton, and Monmouth.
He was a disciplinarian, but also of cheerful disposition, and was a favorite with both officers and enlisted ranks.
SPROAT, Ebenezer, soldier, b. in Middleborough, Plymouth co., Mass, in ; d. in Marietta, Ohio, in February, He entered the Provincial army as a captain early inwas promoted major and lieutenant-colonel, and finally given command of the 2d Massachusetts regiment.
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Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. Ebenezer Sproat was born in Middleborough, Massachusetts. He was the son of Ebenezer Sproat, who owned a farm and was the proprietor of the Sproat Tavern in Middleborough.
During his boyhood and youth, he assisted his father in cultivating the farm. When quite young he became interested in the public affairs of the colony. Ebenezer Sproat and Batsheba (Woods) were the parents of 1. Ebenezer Sproat born who married Catherine Whipple. Thomas Sproat, born 1, Oct married Mary Briggs 3.
James Sproat born who married Ann Nancy Dennis, 4. Samuel Sproat, born 11 Dec. Major Earl Sproat born 2 Maywho married Lydia Kennedy, 6. Forgot account. Ebenezer Sproat. Ebenezer Sproat is on Facebook. To connect with Ebenezer, sign up for Facebook today. Log In. Sign Up. About Ebenezer Sproat.
Work. Gizmonic Institute. Octo to present. Education. BYU–Hawaii. to Yo Mama Laie, Hawaii. Ebenezer is a Hebrew word that means “stone of help.” The Hebrew transliteration shows the pronunciation as ‘ebhen ha ‘azer. This word originates as a boy’s name in the Hebrew culture, but is used biblically in the book of 1 Samuel.
In Hebrew and English, Ebenezer has the same meaning. Column: Ebenezer Sproat was first sheriff of Ohio The office of sheriff was the first county office established in the United States. Even the Northwest Territory had one. Ohio Land Sale Document Signed Ebenezer Sproat, Sheriff Souvenir and Historical Memorabilia Collectibles Memorabilia Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Ephemera Paper and Ephemera Item Details.
Ebenezer Sproat (February 9, – January 7, ), surname also spelled Sprout, was an officer of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, a pioneer to the Ohio Country, and one of the founders of Marietta, Ohio, the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest served throughout the entire American war of independence, from April through.
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Colonel Ebenezer Sproat. Special News Release 10 May On Friday, 12 at hrs. the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association will dedicate a new marker at the grave site of Colonel Ebenezer Sproat. Colonel Sproat was the first Sheriff of the Northwest Territory from to Sources for Ebenezer Sproat.
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Ebenezer Sproat: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ebenezer Sproat (–), surname also spelled Sprout, was an officer of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, a pioneer to the Ohio Country, and one of the founders of Marietta, Ohio, the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest Territory.
Discover life events, stories and photos about Ebenezer Sproat () of Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, British Colonial America. Sign in Free Account. Ebenezer Sproat (–), surname also spelled Sprout, was an officer of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, a pioneer to the Ohio Country, and one of the founders of Marietta, Ohio, the first permanent American settlement in the Northwest Territory.
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Colonel Ebenezer Sproat Sibley, the oldest son of Judge Solomon and Sarah Whipple Sproat Sibley, continued the family’s influential was born in Marietta, Ohio in and lived both in Detroit and Marietta. He entered the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New. Ebenezer Sprout I was born May in Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts to Robert Sprout () and Elizabeth Sampson () and died 28 September in Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes.
He married Experience Hawes () 1 March in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom. Lt. Ebenezer.Forgot account?
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About Ebenezer Sproat, surname also spelled Sprout, was an officer of the.Biographical and historical memoirs of the early pioneer settlers of Ohio by Samuel P. Hildreth, unknown edition.