|Birth: ||Sep. 5, 1758|
|Death: ||Sep. 4, 1838|
Married: Ann McCloud [1770-1838] in 1758
Father: Gideon Braley
Mother: Patience Mayo
1.Gideon Braley [1792-1871]M-Anna Green
2.Patience Braley  M- Elijah Lewis
3.Polly Braley 
4.Anna Braley M-John Brainerd M- John Rowley
5.John Watson Braley  M-Nancy Lewis
6.Parthena Catherine Braley  M- Lewis B Gardner
7.Nathan Samuel Braley  M-Zeruiah Terrell
8.Oliver Hazard Perry Braley  M-Betsey Terrell
The Battle of Bennington was a battle of the American Revolutionary War that took place on August 16, 1777, in Walloomsac, New York, about 10 miles (16 km) from its namesake Bennington, Vermont. A rebel force of 2,000 men, primarily composed of New Hampshire and Massachusetts militiamen, led by General John Stark, and reinforced by men led by Colonel Seth Warner and members of the Green Mountain Boys, decisively defeated a detachment of General John Burgoyne's army led by Lieutenant Colonel Friedrich Baum, and supported by additional men under Lieutenant Colonel Heinrich von Breymann
Reference Rose's Family WebGed:
Gideon is placed in the D.A.R. Book.
Private in the Revolutionary War. Official Roster III Soldiers of the American Revolution who lived in the state of Ohio. Brailey, Gideon - Erie Co. by Mrs Wm H Maddox Wauseon OH. and Martha Pitkin Chapter, Sandusky OH. Roster II. P67. B 9-5-1758 Mass d. 1838, bur. Ft Avery Cem. Milan Ohio-Milan Twp. Erie Co. However there is a monument to his memory in Fulton-Union Cem. Fulton Co. OH Fought in battles of Bennington and Ticonderoga. 1776-79 Mass. m. to Anna McCloud. Children: Gideon b. 3-27-1792; John b. 1-?-1801; Parthena Catherine b 12-?-1806; Nathan, b3-16-1808; Oliver; Patience m. Elijah Lewis; Polly m. James Beal; Anna. 58th N S D.A.R. report.
Also p130 Daughters Of The American Revolution Gideon Brailey (1758-1840) served several enlistments under different commands, 1776-79, Massachusetts troops. In 1832 he applied for a pension. He was born in Dartmouth Mass; died in Milan Ohio.
Gideon Brailey Born Dartmouth Mass. 1758 married Anna McCloud. She died 1834- They where Married in 1791- He enlisted 1776 to 1779. One of their children was Gideon Jr. The soldier died at Milan Ohio 1840. Ref. Vol 121 p.130 D.A.R. Lin. #120417. Reported by Nathan Perry Chapter.
This is probably the true grave of Gideon Braley (in Fulton County). A cenotaph was placed in 1940 at the Fort Avery Memorial by the local-D.A.R.
John Watson Braley (1801 - 1883)*
Fulton Union Cemetery
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Originally Created by: gabbybug
Record added: Aug 30, 2003
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