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Loyalist Directory: Henry (brother of Adoram, son of Basnet) Dell (Dill)

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Surname : Dell (Dill)
Given name : Henry (brother of Adoram, son of Basnet)
Rank : Private
Where Resettled : Home District: Wainfleet Twp., Welland County, Upper Canada
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : Record of Military service reported on his Land Petition. On Old UE List.
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : New Jersey Volunteers (Captain Silas HOPKIN's Company, 1st Battalion).
Enlistment Date : 02 Feb 1777
Date & Place of Birth : 1754; Sussex County, New Jersey
Settled before war :  
Date & Place of Death : 1802; Willoughby, ON
Place of Burial :  
Wife Name : Anna MARR
Children : 1. Samuel (of Willoughby, O.C. 28 Jun 1832). He inherited or ended up with the land that was originally his uncle Nathaniel's (Lots 7 & 8, Broken Front on Chippewa Creek in 1823);
2. Elizabeth (d: Jun 1874) & Robert FRANK, of Stamford);
3. Nathaniel (of Willoughby, O.C. 01 Jul 1834);
4. Basnett (of Louth, O.C. 03 Jul 1834);
5. Anna (O.C. 28 Jun 1832) & John READ, of Westminster;
6. Henry (of Wainfleet, O.C. 28 Jun 1832);
7. Hannah (O.C. 24 Oct 1831) m John NUNNAMAKER (of Thorold);
8. Adoram (of Louth, O.C. 13 Apr 1825)
Biography :  
Proven Descendants : Vancouver 1985.04.24; Linda Drake of Vancouver Br. on 2007.03.19; Vancouver 2007.04.16; Col. John Butler 2009.04.20;
Military Info : 02 Feb 1777 enlisted, Private, Captain Silas HOPKIN's Company, 1st Battalion New Jersey Volunteers; 11 Sep 1780 - Staten Island, NY, listed as "sick in quarters" on Muster Roll of Captain Joseph CROWELL's Company, 1st Battalion New Jersey Volunteers, Commanded by Lieut. Colonel Joseph BARTON; 01 Feb 1782 - Capt CROWELL's Company in Staten Island, NY.
Loyalist Genealogy : UE certificate application.
Family History :  
Family Genealogy :  
Sources : Information submitted by Linda Drake
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