New Jersey, USA
Edward was a carpenter. He was married first to a daughter of William and Mary Wynn of Queenston (Niagara), Ontario--possibly Sarah. He married second to Sarah Bloomfield. He was in Queenston by 1806 and served as a private in the 2nd Regiment, Lincoln Militia, during the War of 1812. He was granted 400 acres in Chinguacousy & Stamford in 1816 for military service. In 1828, he was listed as a "sedentary member" of the 2nd Battalion, Lincoln Militia.
Edward and his second wife moved to Berrien Co., Michigan, with their son John in the 1840s.
Sarah? Wynn DeField
Sarah Bloomfield DeField (1791 - ____)
Eliza Ann DeField Fish (1807 - 1891)*
David B. DeField (1814 - 1891)*
Note: He is thought to have been buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, most likely; but this in not confirmed.
Rose Hill Cemetery
Created by: Joseph R. Klett
Record added: Jun 17, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 112489998
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Thank you for your part in bringing about my life, for the love you gave and the sacrifices you made. May you rest in peace.|
Joseph R. Klett
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