Sergeant John Ordway (c. 1775 – c. 1817), the youngest of ten siblings, was an
important part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition across the United States. John ...
One of ten children, Sergeant John Ordway was a young soldier from Hebron,
New Hampshire. A major contributor to the expedition's success, Ordway was
(ca. 1775—ca. 1817) Sergeant, U.S. Army. Solid Sergeant. John Ordway seems
to have been the most solid hand among the enlisted men. His journal is the ...
The journals of Captain Meriwether Lewis and Sergeant John Ordway [electronic
resource] : kept on the expedition of western exploration, 1803-1806.
Lewis and Clark's Irreplaceable Sergeant John Ordway. Maria Szasz. As the
bicentennial of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark's journey across the
Jan 27, 2010 ... The first sergeant, 29-year-old John Ordway of New Hampshire would become
one of the most well-remembered men of the Corps. Like the ...
John Ordway, Great-Great Grandson of James and Ann Emery Ordway, was born
Feb. 15, 1736-7, married Hannah Morse at Haverhill, Massachusetts July 22, ...
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Ellwein brings Sgt. John Ordway to life in a first-person portrayal set in 1813. First
Sergeant Ordway was the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to ...