|Death: ||Nov. 11, 1789|
At the age of 61, David Sumner served as a private in Capt Theophilus Lyon's Co during the Revolutionary War. He enlisted March 17,1778 and served 20 days, during which the company marched to Castle Island under the command of Lieut Col Samuel Peirce.
source: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Vol 15, pg 252
He married Mary Esty (1736-1821) 21 Nov 1776 in Stoughton, MA. They had one child together, daughter Mercy Sumner born 10 Aug 1777.
source: MA Town and Vital Records
Benjamin Sumner (1683 - 1771)
Elizabeth Babcock Sumner (1686 - 1735)
Deborah Houghton Sumnor (1722 - 1753)
Joseph Sumner (1712 - 1731)*
Abijah Sumner (1714 - 1797)*
David Sumner (1717 - 1789)
Erected in memory of
MR. DAVID SUMNER
who died Nov. 11th, 1789
in the 72 year of his age
Also, his 2nd wife
who died Dec. 25, 1821
in the 89th year of her age
Watts: "The History of Milton, Mass. 1640 to 1887"
Maintained by: Cheryl
Originally Created by: Bette Hartman
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
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