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Noah Jacob Huss
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Birth: Feb. 21, 1790
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jul. 22, 1843
Green Creek
Sandusky County
Ohio, USA

Noah Jacob Huss was the seventh child of John and Margaret Huss.

Noah was a veteran of the War of 1812 from Maryland. He was a York Volunteer. The British had burned Washington, D.C. in August 1814. This upset the Pennsylvania Dutch farmers. The British were getting too close to their lands and they didn't want their crops burned. Men from Lebanon, Bucks, Dauphin, Schuylkill, Lancaster, Berks, Chester, and York counties gathered. They marched from York, August 29, 1814. Noah joined them on August 30 as they marched toward Baltimore, Maryland. When they arrived they joined the troops at North Point, overlooking Fort McHenry. The infantry defended this place during the battle. Noah served in LtCol Cobean's Battalion of Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He was a private in Capt Robert Colvin's Company of Infantry. Noah was in service until September 18, 1814.

The family came to Green Creek in 1824, arriving late in the fall. They came to Ohio over the Zane Trail. Noah purchased 1,200 acres of land at $1.25 an acre, he wrote his own deeds. The family lived in their covered wagon until a log cabin was built in the woods in Section 18, on lands afterwards known as Kernahan farm. This location is on the present State Route 19, north of Green Springs. The early life of this hardy pioneer was beset with hardship and grave responsibilities, clearing the land for cultivation, rescuing the small crops from depredations of the wildlife that resented intrusion, also, the fear of safety for the family from the members of the Seneca Indian Tribe which occupied lands in the vicinity.

Noah and Mary were married May 14, 1811. They had eleven children: Eleanor, John, Christian, Barbara, Noah, James, Elijah, Mary Ann, Margaret Jane, Jacob, and Martha Malvina. Noah died at the age of 53 years, 5 months, and 1 day. His grave is marked by a plaque of the War of 1812. 
Family links: 
  Mary Burkholder Huss (1789 - 1849)*
  Eleanor Huss Hawk (1812 - 1889)*
  John Huss (1813 - 1865)*
  Christian Huss (1815 - 1864)*
  Barbara Elizabeth Huss Rathbun (1816 - 1894)*
  Noah Huss (1818 - 1856)*
  James Huss (1820 - 1883)*
  Elijah Huss (1823 - 1872)*
  Mary Ann Huss Hutchins (1825 - 1855)*
  Margaret Jane Huss McIntyre (1828 - 1903)*
  Jacob Huss (1830 - 1911)*
  Martha Malvina Huss Connelly (1834 - 1882)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: To the best of my knowledge, the link to his children is complete for Noah.
Bakertown Cemetery
Sandusky County
Ohio, USA
Created by: Red
Record added: Nov 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61074740
Noah Jacob Huss
Added by: Kathy (Posey) Meadows
Noah Jacob Huss
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