- Year range
- 1680 - 1800
Purpose of this page is placeholder for links while referencing Daniel and John Blodgett role in revolutionary war (if any)
- Daniel held the rank of Lieutenant of the 7th Company, 5th Regiment in 1752
- From Colonial Records of Connecticut: - "Daniel Blodgett, Lieut. 7tj Company, 5th Reg’t, 1752.
- John...was Captain of a "Trainband in Colonial days and held a commission under King George III. He took the "Oath of Fidelity" to the State of Connecticut Sept. 20, 1777, and was Captain of a Company in the Revolutionary War. -Conn. Rev. War Rolls
- http://dharmazard.books.officelive.com/DanielBlodgett1739.aspx - daniel(1739) the uncle not the direct ancestor(1709)
- Died in a New York City British Prison at the beginning of the Revolutionary War
- Daniel responded to the Lexington Alarm, April 19, 1775, service 10 days; enlisted in Continental Army, taken prisoner, and died in captivity in New York City, Nov. 12, 1776.
- google book of Genealogical and family history of the state of New Hampshire
- page 1436
- woburn marriage
- genealogy and account daniel1739(uncle not ancestor) in lexington&concord
- alot on daniel1739uncle
- Sgt. Daniel was the son of Lt. Daniel Blodgett, also a Revolutionary Soldier