Leathers, Benjamin William

Item

Title

Leathers, Benjamin William

Alias

Leathers, Benjamin

Gender

Male

Biography

Benjamin Leathers was the brother of Col. John Leathers and Nancy Leathers Watts. He lived in Kenton County (Ky.) and appears in the 1820 census residing in Covington (Ky.). The family held seven slaves: two males under 14 years of age, one male between 26 and 44 years of age, and four females between 14 and 25.

Member

Birth

29 Sep 1789

Father

Leathers, John Sr.

Mother

White, Sarah Elizabeth

Life event(s)

Marriage: 19 Jun 1813; Boone County (Ky.)

Spouse(s)

McGlasson, Sarah (a.k.a. Sally)

Child(ren)

Leathers, Hiram White
Lewis, Angelina Leathers
Leathers, John Gano
Leathers, William McGlasson

Death

16 Sep 1822
Highland Cemetery (Fort Mitchell, Ky.)

Military service

War of 1812
Capt. James Johnson's Co., 3rd Reg.'t
Kentucky Militia

Allegiance

United States of America

Held rank

Private

Service began

1 Sep 1812

Service ended

15 Oct 1812

Bibliographic citation(s)

FindAGrave.com, memorial # 62551657
Kentucky, Wills and Probate Records, 1774-1989, Index Administrative and Executive Bonds, Vol 1-3, 1795-1897

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