Cpl. Daniel Landon

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Daniel Landon

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Herefordshire, England
Death: Died in Bristol, Plymouth Colony
Cause of death: killed by indians
Immediate Family:

Son of John Landon, Sr. and Mary Landon
Husband of Ann Landon
Father of James Landon
Brother of John Langdon; Samuel Landon; Joseph Landon; Elizabeth Langdon and Nathan Landon

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About Cpl. Daniel Landon

http://www.gurganus.org/ourfamily/pedigree.cfm?pid=194881

He settled in Farmington, Conn. and married Ann Lobdell. Records show he was a Corporal in King Phillips war in 1675. King Phillip was an Indian chief, and Daniel was under the, command of Capt. Joshua Scallow.

In 1676 he was discharged and received a soldiers Land grant. In 1689 he was a member of the Congregational Church in Bristol, R.I. with his wife and 7 children but then disappeared from records. Whatever happened his children were farmed out.

Daniel's son James went to live with his Uncle Nathan in Southold, Long Island.

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~landon/1993_2/1993_2f.html


Settled in Farmington, Conn. and married Ann Lobdell. Records show he was a Corporal in King Phillips war in 1675. King Phillip was an Indian chief, and Daniel was under the, command of Capt. Joshua Scallow.

In 1676 Daniel was discharged and received a soldiers Land grant.

In 1689 he was a member of the Congregational Church in Bristol, R.I. with his wife and 7 children but then he disappears from records. Whatever happened to him and his wife, his children were farmed out.

Daniel's son James (b. 1685 in Bristol, R.I.) went to live with his Uncle Nathan in Southold, Long Island. Later, this James married Mary Vail and became a "cordwainer" (leather worker, or blacksmith

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~landon/1993_2/1993_2f.html


http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/o/h/Pamela-J-Pohly/GENE3-0008.html

Daniel Landon came to America from Hereford, England, and served in King Phillip's War. Afterwards, he received a soldier's land grant in Bristol, Rhode Island.

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Cpl. Daniel Landon's Timeline

1650
1650
Herefordshire, England
1685
March 29, 1685
Age 35
Bristol, Plymouth Colony
1689
1689
Age 39
Bristol, Plymouth Colony
1717
March 1717
Age 39