Person:David Allard (1)

m. 23 Apr 1730
  1. Shadrach Allard1736 -
  2. Elizabeth Allard1736 -
  3. Sarah Allard1739 -
  4. Berthena Allard1739 -
  5. Henry Allard1741 -
  6. Lydia Allard1744 -
  7. David Allard1745 - 1831
  8. Job Allard1748 - 1826
  9. Joseph Allard1753 -
  • HDavid Allard1745 - 1831
  • WLydia Berry1741 - 1839
  1. David Allard, Jr1762 - 1838
  2. Job Allard1770 - 1826
  3. Triphena Allard1775 - 1852
Facts and Events
Name David Allard
Gender Male
Birth? 9 Jul 1745 Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage Rochester, Strafford, New Hampshire, United Statesto Lydia Berry
Military[1] 8 Sept 1777 to 30 Nov 1777 New York, United States Combatant of Saratoga, Company of Capt. Daniel McDuffee in service w/Stark
Death? 23 Nov 1831 Eaton, Carroll, New Hampshire, United States
Burial[4] Lakeview Cemetery, Freedom, Carroll, New Hampshire, United States

Mentioned in "A Early History of Porter Maine", as one of the original settlers.

  1. NH Rev War Rolls.

    David Allard is listed among the men of Capt Daniel Mc Duffee;s Comp commanded by Col Stephen Evan . The Company marched to Bennington and Saratoga. He was enlisted from Sept 8 to Nov 30 1777

  2.   Merrill, Georgia Drew. History of Carroll County, New Hampshire. (Boston, Massachusetts: W. A. Fergusson & Co., 1889), 793.

    "David Allard, the progenitor of the numerous family of that name, came from New Durham. His son, Captain Job Allard, settled in the south part early, and has many descendants. Stephen, James, Samuel and David were early settled in Albany after a short sojourn in Conway, and were prominent. They became owners of the mills built by Dolloff at the outlet of Walker's pond and at Conway. Henry Allard purchased the Colonel Glines place. He always lived in the neighborhood, had a large family, and died at an advanced age. Orren D. and Mayhew C. Allard, of Freedom, are descendants of Captain Job."

  3.   ALLARD, DAVID, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.
  4. David Allard, in Find A Grave.