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Daulton

[Audrey E. Pool]
Pool, Audrey E. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Madera, California : A.E. Pool, 1989]
[68] leaves : geneal. tables.

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Moses Daulton (1760-1819), a Revolutionary War soldier, was born in Prince William County, Virginia, the son of John Dalton. He married Mary Banher Fristoe, daughter of Rev. Daniel and Mary Barber Fristoe, in 1786 in Stafford County, Virginia. They had eleven children. They are buried in Old East End Cemetery, Mason County, Kentucky. Their grandson, Henry Clay Daulton (1829-1893) was born at Maysville, Kentucky, the son of James Daulton (1793-1848). He married Mary Jane Hildreth (1831-1907), daughter of Jesse and Mary Ann Talbot Hildreth, in 1854 at San Gabriel, California. They had ten children, 1855-1871, born at San Gabriel and Fresno, California. He died at Madera, California. Descendants lived in California and elsewhere.

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