Mary Haskins Dyer

Maryland, USA
Death Jan 1861 (aged 82–83)
Morgan County, Ohio, USA
Burial Dudley, Noble County, Ohio, USA
Memorial ID 40714511 · View Source
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Hebron Dyer and Mary (Haskins) Dyer had the following children

Nancy Dyer
George Hezikia
William George
Mary Ann (Caddy)

Mary Ann, Hebron and Mary's daughter, married Rev. Charles Caddy who visited Hebron Dyer's gravesite in 1893. He noted in his journals, that the death date on Hebron's stone was Dec. 2, 1833. Stone was very old at that time. Mary, his wife was in an unmarked grave in the same cemetery.

Genealogist, Stewart Blandon, found the following information on Hebron and Mary Haskins Dyer.
They were married Dec 26, 1798 by William Walters, a Methodist Preacher.
Mary Dyer had received, for Hebron Dyer’s service in the War of 1812, a Bounty Land Warrant. The application was notarized by his widow, Mary, and witnessed by Philip Dyer, John Dyer, Amelia Dyer and Thomas Davis, follows…

Hebron enlisted in Alexandria D.C on 2nd Feb 1813 for a 5 year term under Captain Fleming and Captain Thomas Montgomery. He was wound by enemy musket fire in the neck about Sept 1913. He was furloughed home and honorably discharged. [Seems like was not at the burning of DC in 1814.] He died in Morgan County, Ohio on 16 Nov 1833. He never applied for a pension.

Mary applied for this land grant on 21 Feb 1856 at the age of 76 and was a resident of Monroe County Ohio.
I want to thank, Steward Blandon for this information.

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  • Created by: Janice Dyer Doran
  • Added: 15 Aug 2009
  • Find a Grave Memorial 40714511
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Mary Haskins Dyer (1778–Jan 1861), Find a Grave Memorial no. 40714511, citing Dudley Cemetery, Dudley, Noble County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by Janice Dyer Doran (contributor 47137453) .