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Loyalist Directory: Daniel McMullen

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Surname : McMullen
Given name : Daniel
Rank : Lieutenant
Where Resettled : Fredericksburgh
Status as Loyalist :  
Proof of Loyalty : UEL List
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : Lieutenant in Sir John Johnstons Corp in Captain Singleton's Company
Enlistment Date :  
Date & Place of Birth : c. 1753
Settled before war :  
Date & Place of Death : after 1840
Place of Burial :  
Wife Name : Catherine Detlor, b 1759, d 1810/12, dau of Valentine Detlor UE and Catherine Hill
Children : George McMullen
Catherine McMullen
Mary McMullen
Anne McMullen
Valentine McMullen, b 1799 Brockville, ON
Elizabeth McMullen, b. between 1775-1835
Biography :  
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Military Info :  
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Sources : According to Daniel McMullen's petition for land he served as a Lieutenant in Sir John Johnston's Corp in Captain Singletons Company.
Canadian Immigrant Records, Part Two Record, states:
Name: Daniel McMullen
Year of Record: 1802
Comments: 3rd Township, 'Sir John Johnsons Corps'.
Reference: Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]:, RG 19 vol. 4447, file 15, page 6.
Source/Event: Lists for the Surveyor Generals, York, of disbanded Troops, Loyalists, etc. formerly victualled at Kingston. Signed 12 May 1802. Document is entitled: List of Loyalist sufferers to have settled at Cataraqui and its Vicinity at the Peace 1783.
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