|Birth: ||Oct. 23, 1745|
|Death: ||May 17, 1817|
Revolutionary War Soldier
The History of Fairfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbell Schenck 1889
Daniel, fourth son of David, also settled in Redding, was a tanner and currier by trade, and built the first works of the kind in the town, on the ground now occupied by Walter M. Edmonds for same purpose( On the 107 side of Gallows Hill). He married, October 10, 1768, Ann Merchant, of Redding. There children were: Esther, born April 16, 1770. Gurdon, born October 25, 1771; died in infancy. Elinor, born March 1, 1774; died in infancy. Gurdon, born September 21, 1776. Anna, born August 10, 1778; married a Mead; settled in Ridgefield. Elinor, born February 4, 1780; died in infancy. Uriah, born January 9, 1782. Elinor, born October 28, 1783; married a Nash; settled in Marion. Julilla, born November 12, 1785; married a Bangs; settled in Central N.Y. Levi, born November 26, 1787. Phebe, born September 19, 1790; married a Curtin. David, born June 5, 1795.
At the time of Tryon's invasion, with nearly every other man in the town capable of bearing arms, Daniel Bartram joined the militia and marched to the defense of Danbury. Being absent several days, he sent word to his wife that she must get some one to take the hides from the vats or they would spoil. There was not a man to be found; and so the brave woman, leaving her four small children to amuse one another, caught her horse, hitched him to the bark mill, ground the bark, took the hides out, turned and repacked them and had just seated herself at the dinner-table when her husband rode up, having gained leave of absence for the purpose of attending to the matter.
On the 3rd of May, 1810, Daniel Bartram left Redding, accompanied by his wife, his four children, Uriah, Levi, Phebe, and David, and several of his neighbors, for what was then the wilderness of Ohio. They arrived in Madison, Lake Co., Ohio, on the 10th of June, where they settled, and where many of their descendants now reside. Daniel Bartram died in Madison, May 17, 1817. His widow died August 3, 1835.
On the 3rd of May, 1810, Daniel Bartram left Redding, accompanied by his wife, his four children, Uriah, Levi, Phebe, and David, and several of his neighbors, for what was then the wilderness of Ohio. They arrived in Madison, Lake Co., Ohio, on the 10th of June, where they settled, and where many of their descendants now reside.
Son of David Bartram and Mehitable Johnson.
Ann Merchant Bartram (1749 - 1835)
Gurdon Bartram (____ - 1845)*
Anna Bartram Mead (1778 - 1853)*
Eleanor Nash (1783 - 1864)*
David Bartram (1795 - 1875)*
Middle Ridge Cemetery
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**Never ending job*** Born Oct 23, 1745, Ct, died May 17, 1817, Madison Lake, Ohio. Married Ann Merchant, Oct 10, 1769, Redding, CT, parents of Esther, Gordon, Anne, Elinor, Gordon, Anna, Ellenor, Uriah, Eleanor,Julilla, Levi, Phebe & David.|
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