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James Gleason[1]
Male 1759 - 1841

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  • Birth  26 Dec 1759  Marlboro, Essex, Massachusetts, British Colonies in North America Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender  Male 
    Military  Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    American Revolutionary War 
    • From: "History of the Town of Marlborough, Middlesex County, MA: from its First Settlement in 1657 to 1861," by Charles Hudson, 1862 pg. 172: "There were various campaigns during the war, but the rolls are so confused, imperfect and defective, that it is exceedingly difficult to classify the Marlborough men who served in them. Some were called out for short periods. The following men were in different campaigns or expeditions... At White Plains were Capt. Amasa Cranston, Edward Wilkins, Abner Goodale, James Gleason, Josiah Wilkins, Robert Hunter, Silas Barnes, and Daniel Barnes."
    Military  Abt 1775?1783  [1
    American Revolutionary War 
    • "At White Plains were Capt. Amasa Cranston, Edward Wilkins, Abner Goodale, James Gleason." (History of Marlborough, Mass (1862)
    Military  Abt 1775?1783  [1
    American Revolutionary War 
    • "To James Glezen, To sundry articles lost att the Battle of White Plains, Oct. 28, 1776. Being a soldier in Capt Amasa Cranston's Company in Col. Brook's Regiment. 1 Blanket 2 0 0; 1 Shirt 1 10 0; 1 Knapsack 0 6 0; 1 Pr. Stockings 0 7 0; 1 Pr. Trousers 0 12 0; [total] 4 10 0 (Source: James Glesen, Gleason Genealogy, pp.110-111)
    Military  Abt 1775?1783  Marlboro, Essex, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Private in the American Revolutionary War under Capt. Amasa Cranston and Col. Eleazer Brooks 
    • According to Dorothy Riebel's Application for Membership to the Daughters of the American Revolution, "James Gleason was a soldier (private) in the American Revoluntionary War according to List of Revolutionary soldiers graves marked by Massachusetts State Society of Sons of American Revolution, published 1901 (page 17): "Among those in Marleboro, Mass. Old Brigham Grave Yard, James Gleason. His grave stone reads "Mr. James Gleason died July 3, 1841 at 81. Mrs. Anna - his wife died Sept 16, 1836 at 76." There is an urn and willow tree at top of this stone and it has a Revolutionary marker. He is buried in South Eastern side of Brigham Cemetary. (References: List of Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors Tombstone and Tax List, Marlboro, Mass.)
    Died  3 Jul 1841  Marlboro, Essex, Massachusetts, British Colonies in North America Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Person ID  I1854  myTree
    Last Modified  04 Jul 2011 
     
    Father  Joseph Gleason,   b. 13 Dec 1726,   d. 14 May 1805 
    Mother  Persis Allen,   b. 2 Mar 1736,   d. 25 Aug 1812 
    Married  Abt 1756 
    Family ID  F748  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Anna Phelps,   b. 15 Jul 1760,   d. 3 Sep 1836 
    Married  12 Oct 1788  [1
    Children 
     1. Benjamin Gleason,   b. 2 Apr 1803,   d. 3 Jun 1888
    Last Modified  05 Mar 2011 
    Family ID  F747  Group Sheet
     
  • Sources 
    1. [S819] DAR - Riebel, Dorothy (#265368), National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., Application for Membership, 265368 (Reliability: 4), 5 Mar 2011.

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