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Re: Rev War Minuteman GLEASON
Posted by: Al Gleason Date: August 15, 2000 at 16:13:13
In Reply to: Re: Rev War Minuteman GLEASON by L. Pacini of 2187

Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Gleason, 1909, White, page 187:
#860. Daniel Gleason6 (Phinehas5, Phinehas4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Thomas1) b. Sudbury, MA, 6/9/1762; m. Hannah Rollins, who d. 9/10/1838 , @70 years. He d. 3/2/1835, @73 years. He removed to Clarmount, NH, and from there to Dublin, NH; later he settled in Clarendon, VT. Children: 1. Louise, b.1787 Clarmount, HH; m. John Eatman, d. 2/27/1855; 2. Daniel, b. 1789 Clarmount.; 3. Abel, b. 4/10/1797; 4. James, b. 1798; m. Nancy Edd; 4 ch. He d. Clarendon, VT, 8/11/1834 5. Marcia, b. 7/23/1800; 6. Emily; 7. Charles, b. 1805, Clarendon, VT, d. 9/2/1868.

[There is continuing info on four of the seven children but there was no mention of a daughter named Abigail. Daniel Gleason would have been too young to have participated in the Battle of Lex. and Concord at the age of 13. However, there is record of a Daniel from Framingham (Sudbury) participating in the Rev.War in 1779 when he would have been 17. There is no indication from the "History of Framingham," Temple, that his father, Phinehas5, participated but it appears that Phinehas4 did participate in the French and Indian War.]

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