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Moses Ayer

Birthdate: (76)
Birthplace: England, United Kingdom
Death: February 28, 1823 (76)
Solon, Somerset County, Maine, United States
Place of Burial: Solon, Somerset County, Maine, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Simon Ayer and Mary Ayer
Husband of Sarah Ayer
Father of Moses H Ayer; William Ayer; Abigail Ayer; Moses Ayer, Jr.; Stephen Ayer and 4 others
Brother of Samuel Ayer; Simon Ayer; William Ayer; Abigail Smith; Mary Ayer and 2 others

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About Moses Ayer

Records: A letter to Marian Dunham Homan from the main State Library & the Daughters of the American Revolution froms submitted by Geneva A. Littlefield Franklin. Plus, another letter from Marian received from the State House Library in Boston, MA. Moses served several enlistments in the Revolutionary War & was a Marine on the ship, 'Hancock'. He was captured by the British ship, 'Rainbow' & sent to halifax as a prisoner of war (March 1777 - November 1777) until he escaped & went back to Boston. In 1791 he obtained Island 'H', on the Solon side of the Kennebec River, Solon, Somerset, Maine. This being a tract of 88 acres. Shortly afterward he got a small island adjacent (named, 'Ayer Island'). Of his ten children only two sons survived to manhood. He applied for a pension on April 22, 1818; which was granted.

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Moses Ayer's Timeline

February 27, 1747
England, United Kingdom
Age 27
Winthrop, Kennebec, Maine, United States
July 7, 1779
Age 32
Of Bingham, Somerset, Maine, United States
July 11, 1781
Age 34
Anson, Somerset, Maine
Age 35
Of, Maine, United States
Age 38
Of, Maine, United States
October 14, 1788
Age 41
Solon, Spauldingtown, Maine, United States
Age 44
Of, Maine, United States
August 23, 1809
Age 62
ME, United States