I have a lot of info - here are some notes that I have in my program under Aaron:
Aaron's father and family moved to Manchester in Bennington Co., Vermont before 1776. Aaron served in the Revolutionary war, being part of the time under the command of his brother Captain George Sexton. In the town of Manchester, Bennington County Vermont, there is a monument to the Revolutionary war heros of Manchester, brothers, George, Aaron, Jonathan and William are all listed.
Aaron and Jane Jameson were married on Thanksgiving Day in 1783 (Thanksgiving Day was the first Thursday of December)
Aaron was declared a "Freeman" on September 5, 1786.
History of Bennington County, Vt.
With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches
of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers.
Edited by Lewis Cass Aldrich.
Syracuse, N. Y., D. Mason S Co., Publishers, 1889.
Chapter XXI. Page 340-398.
September 5, 1786 -- Joseph Prindle, Richard McIntyre, Eli Freeman, Obediah
Vaughn, Aaron Sexton, Jeremiah French, James Hennessey, Edmund Wood, John
Jones, John Hopkins, Wallace Sutherland, Elijah Burton, Isaac Bull, Ebenezer
Weller, Nicholas Wood, Henry Bulless, Samuel Benedict, Joseph Raymond, Isaac
Tafft, ____ Parker, ____ Squires, Noah Smith, Stephen Smith.
In the 1790 Manchester, Bennington County, Vermont Federal Census:
2 males over 16
2 males under 16
In the 1800 Manchester, Bennington County, Vermont Federal Census:
Aaron Sexton: 4 2 - 1 - // females: 1 1 - 1 -
In the 1810 Ferrisburg, Addison County, Vermont Federal Census
Saxton, Aaron: - 3 1 - 1 // - - - - 1
Saxton James: - 1 2 - - // - - 1 - -
Saxton Jona. : 1 1 2 - 1 // 3 1 1 - 1
Saxton William M.1 - - 1 - // 3 - - 1
1820 Federal Census, Ohio, Cuyahoga County, Ridgeville
1 male 16 to 26
1 male 45 +
1 female 45 +
History of Lorain County, Ohio, Williams Bros., Philadelphia, Pa., 1879, p. 160.
During the year 1812, a few additions were made to the settlement. George Sexton, with his family of wife and one child, arrived in the spring of that year. He was originally from Bennington county, Vermont, but had resided for a short time in Newburgh, Cuyahoga county. He settled on Center ridge, on lot thirty-nine. The location is now occupied by the saw mill of John Cahoon. He remained there three years, and then sold to Samuel Cahoon, and moved farther west on the same road. Sexton married a daughter of Joseph Cahoon, and the two families emigrated from Vermont together, Cahoon settling in Dover, Cuyahoga county. Mr. Sexton died in November, 1829, and his wife in the fall of 1859. Of their seven children, all but two are dead. Cyrus S. lives in Ridgeville, and Amos in Cuyahoga county.
Jonathan A. Sexton, a brother of George, arrived in town in 1812, and married here and settled. His wife was Betsey Shellhouse. He lived on lot thirty-nine for several years and then moved to Carlisle, and later to Wisconsin, where he died. Soon after, another brother, James Sexton, came into the township with his family, and settled on the lot on which his brother George last lived. He sold out in 1834, and eventually removed to Wisconsin and died there. His widow, who was a daughter of Martin Shellhouse, is now (January, 1879,) living in St. Joseph, Mo., at the age of eighty-seven.
In 1816 Aaron moved his family to Lorain County, Ohio-- following his sons James and George who had already made the move earlier with Martin Schellhous. They settled in Ridgeville where he later died on August 16, 1827. Jane applied for the revolutionary war pension on April 10, 1840 in Carlisle, Ohio at the age of 76.
The History of Buchanan Co., Mo. p. 300:
"Aaron Saxton..., was a farmer in Vermont. He was the son of George and Hannah (Stout) Saxton of Hopewell, New Jersey. Aaron was the grandson of Charles and his first wife, the great-grandson of George and Hannah (Spencer) Sexton of Newton, Long Island, and the great-great-grandson of George and Katherine, who came from Ireland to Massachusetts. Aaron was born about 1760, probably in New Jersey. Sergeant Aaron Saxton served in the Revolutionary War in the year 1780. He married Jane Jameson in1784 in Vermont. To this marriage was born six sons and two daughters. Aaron Saxton died August, 17, 1827 in Ridgeville, Ohio."
"They resided in Manchester, VT. for a while where Aaron was declared a "Freeman" on September 5, 1786, before removing in 1799 to Newburgh, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. In 1816, they moved to North Ridgeville, Lorain Co., Oh. where most of their children preceded them in 1812. Jonathan A. Sexton was residing there in 1812 on Lot 39 before removing to Carlisle and later Wisconsin where he died. He married a daughter of Martin Shellhouse (Betsey) and left Carlisle in 1834 for Wisconsin. Later, his widow settled into St. Joseph, MO. where she died. William S. Sexton served on the Grand Jury in Elyria in 1824; Platt Saxton lived in Clarksfield, Oh. where he settled in 1816; James J. Sexton settled in town 6, range 16, lot 46 in North Ridgeville on an 80 acre tract of land."
I have a family history written by Bruce Stinton about William Marsh. Aaron's brother Jonathan married William's daughter. There is a picture in the book of the Revolutionary War Monument in Manchester, VT with Aaron, Jonathan and George all inscribed on it.