|GEORGE WILLIAM (BILL) GILLETT FAMILY HISTORY||
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Members of the MORLAN Family who
FOUGHT IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (2)
|1||DANIEL HUBBARD||K607||6th generation|
DANIEL HUBBARD was born March 1, 1729/30, in Haddam, Midlesex County, Connecticut, the son of Daniel and Temperance (Shaler) Hubbard. Daniel had married Eunice Clark April 2, 1761, in Haddam. She was born May 17, 1736, in Haddam, the daughter of William and Judith (Sutliff) Clark. The Daniel Hubbards were the parents of twelve children, eight sons and four daughters.
Daniel served in the Revolutionary War as a private in Captain Kirtland's Company.
Daniel died in 1825 in Broom Hills, Greene County, New York, about 95 years old. His wife had died there about 1810 around 74 years old.
|2||RICHARD RUTTER||Maryland Militia||K609||6th generation|
RICHARD RUTTER was born in 1746, probably in Cecil County, Maryland. He married Ann Ashbaugh. They were the parents of eight children, 6 sons and 2 daughters. The daughters were probably born before the war while the four sons were all born after the Revolution.
Richard enlisted September 23, 1775. At the time he was about 29 years old. He served in the Maryland Militia. He was a private in Captain Charles Anderson's Company No. 3.
Richard died in 1825 in Bachelor's Hall, Cecil County, Maryland, about 79 years old.