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Henry Dearborn (February 23, 1751 – June 6, 1829)

Henry Dearborn
Born February 23, 1751
  • North Hampton, New Hampshire
Died June 6, 1829 (aged 78)
  • Roxbury, Massachusetts
Buried at Forrest Hills Cemetery
Allegiance United States
branch United States Army
Years of Service 1775-1783, 1812-1815
Rank 20px Major General
Religion Unknown
Freemason

Military AssignmentsEdit

Sleeve Insignia Name Position Begin Date End Date
- I New Hampshire Regiment Officer April 23, 1775 September, 1775
- General Arnold's expedition Battalion Officer September, 1775 December 31, 1775
- III New Hampshire Regiment Officer March 29, 1777 1781
- Washington's Army Deputy Quartermaster General 1781 March 5, 1782
- Inactive - March 5, 1782 January 26, 1812
- United States Army Senior Officer January 27, 1812 June 15, 1815

Dates of RankEdit

Continental Army

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Insignia Date of Rank Age
O-3 No Insignia Captain April 23, 1775 24
O-4 No Insignia Major March 19, 1777 26
O-5 No Insignia Lieutenant Colonel September 19, 1777 26
O-6 No Insignia Colonel 1781 30
- - Honorable Discharge - June, 1783 -

Regular Army

Grade Rank Insignia Name Branch Insignia Date of Rank Age Notes
O-8 Major General US Army January 27, 1812 60

Battles/WarsEdit

  • Revolutionary War
    • Battle of Bunker Hill
    • Expedition to Quebec
    • Battle of Quebec
    • Siege of Fort Ticonderoga
    • Battle of Freeman's Farm
    • Battle of Saratoga
    • Battle of Monmouth
    • Sullivan Expedition
    • Battle of Yorktown
  • War of 1812
    • Capture of York
    • Capture of Fort George

FamilyEdit

  • Wife : Mary Bartlett
  • Wife : Dorcas (Osgood) Marble
    • son : Henry A. S. Dearborn, U.S. Representative and Mayor for Massachusetts
  • Wife : Sarah Bowdoin
  • Father : Simon Dearborn
  • Mother : Sarah Marston

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