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Maj Ephraim Kibbey
Original name: Ephraim Kibbe
Birth: Nov. 20, 1754
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Apr. 22, 1809
Warren County
Ohio, USA

Revolutionary War Veteran: Date of birth from Official Roster Soldiers of the American Revolution buried in Ohio. Transcript:
Enlisted 1777 at Essex (NJ), for the war; transferred 1779, to Capt Seth Johnson's Company, 3rd New Jersey Regt, under Col Elias Dayton. Born CT 1754. Died 1809 Warren Co, Ohio.

Served at the Valley Forge Encampment 1777-78

Original settler, Cincinnati, Ohio

" Major Kibbey is a bold and intrepid soldier."
General "Mad Anthony" Wayne

Member, Legislature of the Northwest Territory 1803-4

Family links: 
  Jacob Kibbe (1723 - 1766)
  Abigail Warner Kibbe (1724 - 1771)
  Phebe Ann Crane Kibbey (1758 - 1813)
  John Crane Kibbey (1783 - 1860)*
  Elizabeth Kibbey Whitaker (1784 - 1865)*
  Joseph Kibbey (1788 - 1854)*
  Juliann Kibbey Snook (1791 - 1859)*
  Jerusha Kibbey Ford (1793 - 1843)*
  Ephraim Kibbey (1795 - 1876)*
  Phebe Kibbey Ford (1798 - 1856)*
  Love Kibbe Keep (____ - 1824)*
  Moses Kibbe (1747 - 1783)*
  Abigail Kibbe Baker (1749 - 1844)*
  Ephraim Kibbey (1754 - 1809)
  Jacob Kibbe (1754 - 1818)*
  Thomas Kibbe (1759 - ____)*
  Nathaniel Kibbe (1759 - 1777)*
  Phillip Warner Kibbey (1761 - 1853)*
*Calculated relationship
Deerfield Cemetery
South Lebanon
Warren County
Ohio, USA
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Originally Created by: James L. Cooper
Record added: Aug 03, 2007
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Maj Ephraim Kibbey
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Maj Ephraim Kibbey
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Maj Ephraim Kibbey
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RIP. Thank you for your contribution to Scott County, Indiana and your service to our country in the Revolutionary War.
- Cory Walker
 Added: May. 11, 2014
Ephraim Kibbey was my Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather. There's a plaque in Eden Park with the names of all the original settlers of Cincinnati. I love showing that plaque to friends and out-of-town visitors.
- Barbee Sjodahl
 Added: Dec. 5, 2013

- Ms. Marilyn K.
 Added: Apr. 14, 2013
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