Daniel Granger (1762 - 1853)

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Birthplace: Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Died in Eastport, Washington, Maine, USA
Managed by: Peter Brian Durr
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About Daniel Granger

In 1775 Daniel Granger, then aged 13, entered the army as substitute for a brother, and served during the winter of 1775-6. In 1777 he again enlisted, and was present at the surrender of Burgoyne. In August, 1778, he served several months as a musician, and in June, 1780, he again served for a brief period. After attaining his majority he taught school for several years at Rochester and Dover, N.H., Berwick, Me., and other places. In 1786 he settles at Saco, Me.. In 1804 he was commisioned as justice of the peace, and afterward was collector of customs at Saco under Presidents Jefferson and Monroe. During the war of 1812 he was a commission of prisioner, and at various times held important local offices. Subsequent to 1822 he was for several years engaged in mercantile business at Saco, but in October, 1839, he removed to Eastport, where he spent the remainder of his life with his son Daniel T.

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Daniel Granger's Timeline

1762
March 2, 1762
Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
1792
April 8, 1792
Age 30
Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
November 16, 1792
Age 30
Saco, York, Maine, USA
1795
August 16, 1795
Age 33
Saco, York, Maine, USA
1798
November 26, 1798
Age 36
Saco, York, Maine, USA
1807
July 18, 1807
Age 45
Saco, York, Maine, USA
1809
November 16, 1809
Age 47
Saco, York, Maine, USA
1812
June 13, 1812
Age 50
Saco, Maine, United States
1853
January 16, 1853
Age 90
Eastport, Washington, Maine, USA