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In memory of Daniel Dugan, my Maternal 5th Great-Grandfather on the REESE branch.


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Daniel Dugan

Honorable Soldier of the American Revolution

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1750 Mar 9



1813 Aug 19

Moreland, Lycoming, Pennsylvania



1836 May 24



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Daniel Dugan was born on March 9, 1750, in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He served in the Revolutionary War and was present at the Battle of Monmouth. He afterward married Mary Dawes, in 1786. She died before August of 1813, and Daniel remarried to Catharine Spring, the widow of Adam Peter Spring. Her maiden name is undetermined. Daniel and Catherine were married in Moreland, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, on August 19, 1813. She was 23 and he was 57. He died on May 24, 1836, at Lairdsville, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. She live fifty more years until she died in 1886. Daniel was the father of Sarah Ellen Dugan, Mary M. Dugan, Rachael Dugan and Samuel Perry Dugan.


Daniel Dugan & Catherine Spring were the parents of my ancestor,

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