About Ebenezer Fish
Defender of Fort Griswold, taken prisoner.
"Ebenezer Fish, living on Fort Hill, on being sure of an alarm, took his flint lock gun and joined those in the fort. (Ft Griswold) He was one of those carried away prisoners, but was exchanged in about three months, still wearing the clothes he wore in the fight, His grandson recalls now the horror with which he used to speak of his loathsome condition. He moved to Ohio in 1823 where he died in 1827, aged seventy. There are still living in Brooklyn Ohio his children, Ebenezer now ninety six who was a soldier in the War of 1812, and was with Perry on Lake Erie; Daniel aged ninety four; and Mrs Eunice Fish Boyden aged ninety one"
source: The Battle of Groton Heights: A Collection of Narratives, Official Reports ...
By William Wallace Harris, p. 235