Capt. Ephraim Delano

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Capt. Ephraim Delano

Also Known As: "Ephriam"
Birthplace: Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Death: July 04, 1815 (81)
Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States
Place of Burial: Fairhaven, Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Delano, Sr. and Jean Delano
Husband of Elizabeth Delano
Father of Thomas Delano; Jabez Delano; Hannah Delano; Allerton Delano; Elizabeth Delano and 6 others
Brother of Thomas Delano, Jr.; Warren Delano; Abisha Delano; Jabez Delano; Gideon Delano and 3 others

Managed by: John Patrick McCaffrey
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About Capt. Ephraim Delano


December 27, Ephraim Delano is one of the 14 original investors in the "Twenty-Acre Purchase."He owns two lots in this waterfront tract which develops into the village of Fairhaven.

Lineage at Americana, American historical magazine, Volume 13 By National American Society .p.303 {1914}


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Capt. Ephraim Delano's Timeline

August 25, 1733
Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
October 16, 1761
Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States
April 27, 1763
New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
April 12, 1766
New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
December 2, 1767
New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts, British Colonial America
March 1, 1771
New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
March 1, 1771
Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States
July 26, 1773
New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts
May 4, 1776
New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts