Jehiel Perkins: Pioneer, War of 1812 Veteran
Birth: circa 1781, Connecticut
Death: November 12, 1870, Vienna, Trumbull County, Ohio
Burial: Vienna Township Cemetery, Vienna, Trumbull County, Ohio

Military Service:

Sarah Scovill Perkins: Pioneer
Birth: November 9, 1788, Waterbury, Connecticut
Death: January 17, 1875

The name of Jehiel Perkins (as "Jehiah Perkins") appears on the Ohio resident proprietors' tax list in 1804, confirming that he had settled in Vienna Township before that date.

Jehiel and Sarah Scovill Perkins had two children: Samuel and Anson.

Obituary, Western Reserve Chronicle, November 16, 1870
"Jehiel Perkins one of the oldest citizens of this county, Mr. Jehiel Perkins, died at his residence in Vienna, on Saturday last, 12 inst., at the age of 89 years. He came to this county sometime previous to 1810, and carried the mail from Warren to Pittsburgh, during 1810, which, owing to almost the wilderness condition of the intervening country, was a tedious and trying task. Mr. Perkins served his country in the war of 1812. He has left a widow in the 82d year of her age."

Also published in the Cincinnati Gazette, November 22, 1870.

Updated 8/13/2020