|Birth: ||Sep. 27, 1761|
|Death: ||Dec. 5, 1855|
David was the son of William Loud and Lucy Vining Loud.
David married Sarah White on February 21, 1784, in Abington, Plymouth county, Massachusetts. They had children:
David, Jr. (1789-1806)
Ebenezer (1793-sometime before 1795)
Richard (1797-sometime before 1802)
John White (1798-1882)
Sybil (1806-sometime after 1860)
Lucy (Louisa Ann) (1808-unknown death date)
The family lived in Weymouth, until they removed to Braintree, in 1805. David was a skilled housewright, and built many public and private buildings. David lied about his age (when he was 15 years old) in order to enter service during the Revolutionary War. In addition to the 6 years of service then, he also served in the War of 1812.
REVOLUTIONARY WAR Service Record:
Capt. Thayer's (Independent) company; muster return of four Independent companies stationed at Hull, dated 1 Mar 1777; age, 16 yrs; reported mustered by Daniel Souther, Muster Master.
Private. Capt. Silas Wild's company, Col. Brooks's regiment of guards; joined 12 Nov 1777; service to 3 Apr 1778, 4 mos 22 dys, at Cambridge, guarding troops of convention.
Private. Capt. Lieut. William Burbeck's company; enlisted 20 Dec 1779; discharged 24 Oct 1781; service, 22 mos 6 days; company raised for defense of Castle and Governor's Islands and commanded by His Excellency John Hancock; roll sworn to at Boston; also,
Capt. Thomas Cushing's company; service from 25 Oct 1781, to date of discharge, 24 Nov 1782, 13 mos; company raised for defense of Castle and Governor's Islands; rolls sworn to at Boston.
William Brewster Loud (1738 - 1810)
Lucy Vining Loud (1740 - 1831)
Sarah White Loud (1768 - 1826)*
Ebenezer Loud (1795 - 1882)*
David Loud (1761 - 1855)
William Brewster Loud (1764 - 1859)*
Daniel Loud (1769 - 1840)*
Caleb Loud (1784 - 1787)*
Maintained by: Reenie Sikes
Originally Created by: Jacki, Weymouth Massachu...
Record added: Sep 15, 2012
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