|Birth: ||Feb. 25, 1755|
|Death: ||Dec. 25, 1825|
In 1776 while on a fishing voyage, the vessel in which he sailed was captured by the frigate Lively, and with the crew, carried to Boston, then in possession of the British. He made his escape from the frigate into the town, and over the Charles River to the American lines, and then enlisted in the American army, in which he continued until the close of the war, being with Montgomery at Quebec, at Ticonderoga, at the capture of Burgoyne, at the battles of Brandywine and Monmouth and also served in Rhode Island and Maine.
He was repeatedly chosen Representative and Senator to the General Court of Massachusetts, was appointed by the Legislature Major General of the l0th Division and by Governor Sullivan Sheriff of Hancock County in Maine. During the War of 1812 he resigned his office of Sheriff and accepted the command as Colonel of the U. S. Volunteers, and was stationed at Eastport, Maine. After the war he was a Senator in the 1st Legislature of Maine. He was a distinguished Mason, and for many years presided over the lodges where he lived.
Husband of Mary (Tanner) Ulmer
Sukey Ulmer (1785 - 1789)*
Mount View Cemetery
Plot: Section 4 Lot 13
Created by: Andrew
Record added: Oct 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43147415
To General Ulmer, Thank you for all you have endured on behalf of this country. I tried to honor your service at Revolutionary War Fort Pine Hill in Camden/Rockport and I am sorry I failed. No matter, you know what was done. All my best for an eternity...(Read more)|
Carol B. Smith Fisher
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