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  • Born December 15, 1792 - Canaan, Columbia Co., NY
  • Deceased March 10, 1866 - Belvidere, Boone Co., IL,aged 73 years old
  • Buried - North Street Cem., Auburn, NY



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DOUBLEDAY, Ulysses Freeman, a Representative from New York; born in Otsego County, N.Y., December 15, 1792; received a limited schooling; learned the art of printing and worked as a printer in Cooperstown, Utica, and Albany, N.Y.; served at Sackets Harbor in the War of 1812; established the Saratoga Courier at Ballston Spa; moved to Auburn, N.Y., where he published the Cayuga Patriot 1819-1839; elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-second Congress (March 4, 1831-March 3, 1833); appointed inspector of Auburn Prison in 1834; elected to the Twenty-fourth Congress (March 4, 1835-March 3, 1837); engaged in agricultural pursuits in Scipio, N.Y., 1837-1846; moved to New York City and engaged in mercantile pursuits 1846-1860; died on March 11, 1866, in Bloomington, Ill.; interment in the Bloomington Township Old City Cemetery, Bloomington, Ill.
--- Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
DOUBLEDAY, Ulysses Freeman, congressman, born in New Lebanon, Connecticut, 15 December 1792; died in Belvidere, Illinois, 10 March 1866. His father (Abner Doubleday) fought at Bunker Hill and Stony Point in the Revolutionary War, and was confined for some time in the Jersey prison ship during the revolution. Ulysses was apprenticed to a printer in 1809, worked at the trade with Thurlow Weed at Cooperstown, New York, and in 1812 served for some months against the British at Sackett's Harbor. After working in Utica and Alban y he went to Ballston Spa, New York, in 1816, where he established and edited the "Saratoga Courier." he removed to Auburn in 1819, and published and edited the "Cayuga Patriot " there for twenty years. He was chosen to congress as a Jackson Democrat, serving two terms, in 1831/3 and 1835/7. He became a farmer in Scipio, Cayuga County, New York, in 18 37, but in 1846 went to New York City, where, in company with his brother Elisha he opened a stationery store on John Street, and became well known as a bookseller.
His son, Thomas Donnelly Doubleday, born in Albany, New York, 18 February 1816; died in New York City, 9 May 1864, was engaged in the book trade, and in 1862 became colonel of the 4th New York artillery. He was run over by an omnibus in Broadway, New York, and fatally injured.
Another son, Ulysses Doubleday, soldier, born in Auburn, New York, 31 August 1824, was educated at the academy in his native town. He became major in the 4th New York artillery, 23 January 1862, lieutenant colonel of the 3d U.S. colored troops, 15 September 1863, and colonel of the 45th colored troops, 8 October 1864. He commanded a brigade at the battle of Five Forks, and was brevetted brigadier general of volunteers, 11 March 1865, for his gallantry there. General Doubleday was for many years a member of the stock exchange in New York City.

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                                                                             _____|16_Roger Doubleday †1690
                                                   _____|8_Elisha Doubleday 1672-/1715
                                                  /                         ¯¯¯¯¯|17_Ann x †1711
                         _____|4_Elisha Doubleday 1713-1806
                        /                        \
                       /                          ¯¯¯¯¯|9_Mary Woodhead
|2_Abner Doubleday 1757-ca 1812
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|                       ¯¯¯¯¯|5_Hannah Bayley 1732-1774
|--1_Ulysses Freeman Doubleday 1792-1866
|                                                                           _____|24_Constant Freeman, Deacon 1669-1745
|                                                  _____|12_Robert Freeman 1695-1755
|                                                 /                         ¯¯¯¯¯|25_Jane Treat 1675-1729
|                       _____|6_Elisha Freeman, Cpt. 1731-
|                      /                        \                          _____|26_Elisha Payne 1658-1735
|                     /                          ¯¯¯¯¯|13_Mary Paine 1695-1768/
|                    /                                                     ¯¯¯¯¯|27_Rebecca Doane 1668-1758
|3_Mercy Freeman 1762-1817
                      \                                                     _____|28_William Vincent 1638-1697
                       \                           _____|14_Nicholas Vincent ca 1680-1749
                        \                         /                         ¯¯¯¯¯|29_Jemima x
                         ¯¯¯¯¯|7_Mercy Vincent 1728-1780
                                                  \                         _____|30_Francis Reynolds 1662-1722
                                                   ¯¯¯¯¯|15_Elizabeth Reynolds 1699-1791
                                                                             ¯¯¯¯¯|31_Elizabeth Greene 1668-1721