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:As their business increased and pushed Westward they moved to Champaign County, Ohio, and made that their home for some years. Here Thomas R. Kear met and married his wife, Catharine Frisinger, a daughter of Peter Fri- singer, who fought in the Revolutionary War, and also in the War of 1812, in which he served as a private in Capt. Christopher Morris' company of Light Infantry. 4th Regiment of Virginia Militia, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Huston and Lieutenant Colonel Wooding. Peter Frisinger died in the service January 4, 1815, and was buried at Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs. Kear had five sisters, who mar- ried and lived to the time of their death in Champaign County, Ohio, where they left many descendants, who still live in that county. Her brothers, William, Jacob, Noah, Peter and John, moved to Mercer and Van Wert coun- ties, Ohio, between the years 1819 and 1835, John and Peter coming to Van Wert county in 1830. Many descendants of these brothers live in these counties at this time. "
On April 29, 1829, in Champaign County,
Ohio, Thomas Reed Kear was married to
Catherine Frisinger (see Marriage Record B,
on page 223), who was bom in Rockingham
County, Virginia, April 12, 1812, and was a
daughter of Peter and Catherine (Aker) Fris-
inger. Peter Frisinger and his father were
both in the War of the Revolution, and in the
Virginia Militia in the War of 1812, Peter
Frisinger serving as a private in Capt. Christo-
pher Morris’ company of Light Infantry,
Fourth Regiment of Virginia Militia, com-
manded by Lieutenant Colonel Wooding Hus-
ton and Lieutenant Colonel. He died in the
service on January 4, 1815. Catharine Aker
(German-“Eker”) was a daughter of John
Aker, who by his descendants is called both
John and Henry, from which fact it is pre-
sumed that his name was John Henry Aker.