Martin Baum (1765 – 1831) was a Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. He left his native Maryland and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1794. He was the son of German immigrants Jacob Baum and Magdalena (Elizabeth) Kershner. He fought with General Anthony Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers. He was Cincinnati's first millionaire. In civic affairs, Baum excelled as the President of City Council (Mayor) in 1807 and again in 1812.
Richard Allison (1757 – March 22, 1816) was Physician General of the U.S. Army, the position that later became Surgeon General, from 1792 to 1796. He was the first physician to set up a permanent practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. Allison was born near Goshen, New York in 1757. During the American Revolutionary War he served as a surgeon's mate in the Pennsylvania Line of the Continental Army.
For the 1972 AMF World Cup Bronze medalist, see Anne Bailey (ten-pin bowling) "Mad" Anne Bailey (1742 – November 22, 1825) was a famous story teller and frontier scout who served in the fights against the American Revolutionary War and Northwest Indian War. Her single person ride in search of an urgently needed powder supply for the endangered Clendenin's Settlement was used as the template for Charles Robb's 1861 poem Anne Bailey's Ride. She is known as the Heroine of the Kanawha Valley.
John Jacob Bowman (1733 or 1738 – May 4, 1784) was an 18th century American pioneer, colonial militia officer and sheriff, the first appointed in Lincoln County, Kentucky. In 1781 he also presided as a justice of the peace over the first county court held in Kentucky. The first county-lieutenant and military governor of Kentucky County during the American Revolutionary War, Bowman also served under General George Rogers Clark during the Illinois campaign.
Colonel Abraham Bowman (October 16, 1749 – November 9, 1837) was an 18th century American frontiersman and Revolutionary War military officer, who served as an officer and later commanded the 8th Virginia Regiment popularly known as the "German Regiment". He and his brothers Isaac, Joseph and John Jacob Bowman were among the earliest settlers in Kentucky. His grandson, John Bryan Bowman, founded Kentucky University and the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky.
Richard Lee Taylor (April 3, 1744 – January 19, 1829) was an officer in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War. He was the father of the 12th President of the United States, Zachary Taylor. Taylor was born in Orange County, Virginia in 1744 to Zachary and Elizabeth (Lee) Taylor. He was a graduate of the College of William and Mary. In 1769 he explored the Ohio River and Mississippi River with his older brother, Hancock Taylor, travelling from Pittsburgh to New Orleans.
Thomas Allin (May 14, 1757 – June 26, 1833) was a soldier and surveyor who became an early settler and political leader in Kentucky. He served in the Revolutionary War, first in the North Carolina militia and then as part of general Nathanael Greene's campaign. Following the war, Allin settled in the Kentucky district of Virginia. He participated in the Northwest Indian War, fighting with future Kentucky governor Charles Scott.
Paschal Hickman (c. 1778-January 23, 1813) was a United States officer in the War of 1812 who was killed in the Massacre of the River Raisin. Hickman County, Kentucky is named for him. Hickman was born in King and Queen County, Virginia, a son of Rev. William Hickman and his wife, Elizabeth Shackelford. William Hickman moved his family to Kentucky in 1784, becoming the first Baptist minister in the state. He received 100 acres in 1787 for his military service in the American Revolutionary War.
John Armstrong (April 20, 1755 – February 4, 1816) was an American soldier and jurist. He was born in New Jersey. During the American Revolutionary War he served as an officer in the Continental Army with the 12th Pennsylvania Regiment and the 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment. His service record is sometimes confused with the more famous John Armstrong, Jr. , a Pennsylvania soldier who became U.S. Secretary of War. Armstrong served in the United States Army during the Northwest Indian War.