|Birth: ||Nov. 30, 1792|
|Death: ||Aug. 19, 1871|
New York, USA
Daniel Mulhollon is the son of Judge John Mulholland and Sarah Irwin, the daughter of Arthur Irwin ESQ. Daniel Mulhollon enlisted twice before the draft; the first time his father obtained a release contrary to his wishes; he enlisted again, and in one of the battles in Canada lost his left hand, or rather, had it so severely wounded that amputation was necessary. The drafted men were engaged in several battles. Lieut. Joseph Gillett was wounded, and compelled to come home. He detached from his company Mr. Trowbridge to accompany him, and neglecting to have this put properly upon record, Mr. Trowbridge was, very unjustly, put down as a deserter. Mr. Erwin, who states this fact in his pamphlet (Hist. Painted Post), says "A truer patriot never went to war."
See the Bio and picture of Authur Irwin at Memorial #17934170 in this Cemetery.
Sarah Erwin Mulhollon (1762 - 1809)
Electa Trowbridge Mulhollon (1800 - 1842)*
Jane E. Mulhollon (1837 - 1880)*
James T. Mulhollon (1838 - 1860)*
Mary McBurney (1779 - 1813)*
Daniel Mulhollon (1792 - 1871)
Eliza Woolcott (1794 - 1847)*
Sarah S. McHenry (1804 - 1851)*
AUG 19, 1875
AGED 79 YRS
Note: Husband and Wife on the same stone.
New York, USA
Maintained by: Bill Merchant
Originally Created by: Lester Munhollon
Record added: Oct 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77722547