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From The history of New Ipswich, New Hampshire
by Charles H. Chandler (Sentinel Print Co., Fitchburg MA, 1914)

Page 303

Immediately after his marriage he removed to Waldoboro, Me., where he had a paper mill, and where he served as captain in the War of 1812. He removed to eastern Pennsylvania about 1814, and thence in a few years to New York. During most of his remaining life he resided in different parts of that state, although he passed three years in Ohio, and died near Fort Wayne, Ind., whither he had gone and entered upon wild land. His industries were varied, including paper making, lumbering, and farming, and at the time of his death he was engaged in teaching. His changes of residence were frequent, as is shown by the birthplaces of his children.

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