• Born (1778?) - Vermont
  • Deceased 8 August 1843 - Grant Co, IN

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Individual Note

Daniel was a corporal in the 2nd Regiment stationed in OH for the protection of settlers from the Indians. He enlisted in December 1794 for a term of 3 yrs and was honorably discharged at Fort Fayette on 22 December 1797. He was with General Anthony Wayne during his campaign against the Indians at Falling Timbers in 1795 and probably was present at the signing of the Treaty of Greenville. He served in the War of 1812 from 4 Sep 1813 to 3 Mar 1814 under Col. Zumalt and Capt. James Andrews in the OH Militia. He and Hannah came to Randolph Co with her brother Reason, settling first in Randolph Co and then Grant Co. Daniel entered land 8 Jul 1826, Sec 31, Wash Tp, Grant Co, IN, 70.78 acres and on 5 Apr 1830 Sec. 24, Pleasant Twp, Grant Co, IN 80 acres. They sold 25 acres of the Wash Twp tract to Reason Malott on 9 Feb 1833

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