|Subject:||Gleason; Massachusetts (Misc. *Begining 1779)|
|Post Date:||June 21, 2010 at 11:59:41|
|Forum:||Gleason Family Genealogy Forum|
1. 1779. Isaac Gleason died before January 20, 1779, at which time David Gleason and Abel Dudley were the executors of his estate
2. 1781.Thomas Gleason, was a soldier for Worchester for three years but deserted. He was five ft. six inches high, dark complex. and a farmer. If found: contact Seth Washburn, Super. for the County of Worchester. March 26, 1781.
3. 1782. John Gleason was a Col. at Framingham and head of his regiment. No other details.
4. 1784. David Gleason, Tax Collector for the Farmington area. (Northington Society) January 23, 1784.
5. 1787. (Widow) Abigail Gleason. Charlton, Worchester Co., Mass. left the place where she was staying. John Coburn stated he would not pay any debt arising on her account of of her contracting a debt. October 17, 1787
6. 1788. John Gleason again. He had died in Worchester, with 2/3 of his estate to be sold; except the widow's dower; 200 acres plus buildings are to be sold. Contact: Capt. Isaac Gleason of Waltham, Admin. of estate or Phineas Haywood on the premises. No other details. February 8, 1788.
7. 1788. Another Thomas Gleason? Runaway, servant boy, named: Nathan Puffer, 17 yrs. of age. One shilling reward posted by Thomas Gleason. Princeton, April 21, 1788
to be continued