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Christopher Ringlesby War of 1812 Service Records

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The mother and father of Christopher Ringlesby are, as of yet, unknown. But, it is doubtless that he was the brother of James Ringlesby and Fielden Ringlesby of Hamilton County, Ohio; as well as Lewis Ringlesby of Lawrence County, Kentucky and later Scott County, Iowa....and John Ringlesby of Davenport, Scott County Iowa. He married the widow of Carroll Morris, Frances See Morris before 1820 in Kanawha County, Virginia; and they lived for 20 years in Mason County, Virginia, before moving the family to Montpelier, Muscatine County, Iowa, just across the line from Scott County. He died there on September 17, 1873.







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