Timeline

Timeline of the Life Ephraim Hiram Squire and Relevant Events
Updated 1-2-2002

8-13-1780
Born Connecticut 
1810
Census - Roxbury Twsp, Litchfield Co, Connecticut
11-13-1813
Enlisted in Canadian Volunteers, War of 1812. Mallory affidavit states E.H. enlisted as First Sergeant in Capt. Frisbee's company. (Records show Squires with the final 's' crossed out)
12-9-1813
Burning of Newark, Canada
12-1813
Burning of Buffalo, NY
7-3-1814
Crossed Niagara River under command of General Scott and captured Ft. Erie, Canada
7-5-1814
With Maj. Mallory under General Scott at the Battle of Chippawa, Canada
7-25-1814
With Maj. Mallory under General Scott at the Battle of Lundy's Lane, Canada
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With Maj. Mallory under General Scott marched to Ft. Erie
11-15-1814
Ordered to Buffalo, NY
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Ordered to Batavia, NY under command of Maj. Mallory guarding stores.
Abt 1815? 
Married Sarah Wilcox
4- 9or10- 1815
E.H. broke left arm while prying wagon out of the mud while engaging in conveying public stores from Batavia to Buffalo, NY at or near a place called Pembrook, NY. Arm was disabled.
6-15-1815
Discharged from Canadian Volunteers, War of 1812 in Batavia, NY by Major B. Mallory. Broken arm not well.
Abt 1816
Hiram Goodrich Davis Squire born possibly near Buffalo
5-3-1816
Applied for Bounty Land while living in Genessee County, NY
7-24-1816
Land Warrant #55 issued under the Act of March 5, 1816 for 320 acres located in Vigo County, Indiana
7-25-1816
Oliver Proctor affidavits for knowing E. H. to be an inhabitant of Upper Canada at the start of the war, done in Batavia, NY
1817
Thomas Edward born Pembroke, Genessee County, NY
1820
Census - Pembroke, Genessee County, NY (listed as Squires)
1824
Eunice A born Pembroke, Genessee County, NY
2-28-1826
Joseph Wilcox Squire born, Pembroke, Genessee County, NY
3-7-1829
Ephriam Marian born Pembroke, Genessee County, NY
1830
Census - Pembroke, Genessee County, NY (listed as Squire)
1840
Census - Not found NY, WI, PA, OH, IL, MI, or IN)
1842
Hiram G.D. Squires listed as resident of Sheboygan, WI by George C. Cole in History of Sheboygan County, WI http://www.wi-sebring.com/
8-12-1846
Pension request letter written from Sheboygan, WI
8-27-1846
Affidavit from Maj. B. Mallory of Lockport, Niagara County, NY states E.H. living in Wisconsin Territory. This affidavit was solicited by E.H.'s son, Hiram G.D. while on his way to Washington, DC.
8-31-1846
Bradford Larkins in Wayne County, NY affidavit states that he knew E.H. durring his military service.
10-23-1846
Surgeon James Corbin affivdatid from Oxford, District of Brock, Canada stating E.H. arm is totally disabled.
2-11-1847
Surgeon G.G. Brown affidavit to pension office from Sheboygan, WI. Also have letter dated 10-16-1928 to Lelah Squire from Winfield Scott stating that E.H.'s pension was approved as of 2-11-1847.
4-24-1847
Hiram G.D. residing in East Pembroke, Genessee County, NY wrote to Pension Dept providing E.H.'s surgeon affidavit.
6-6-1847
Hiram G.D. residing in Lockport, Niagara County, NY wrote to the Pension Dept. asking for the status for E.H. 
6-9-1847
Letter to E.H. received in Lockport, Niagara County, NY from Pension Dept stating they received the two surgeon's affidavits and want to know what state he intended to reside in so they could pay his pension.
6-24-1847
Pension request letter written from Lockport, Niagara County, NY by E.H. 
9-24-1847
Pension request letter written from Lockport, Niagara County, NY by E.H. He states he is in very poor health.
10-22-1847
Pension letter written from Lockport, Niagara County, NY by E.H. stating that he plans to reside there. 
1-5-1848
Mallory in Lockport, Niagara County, NY writes the Pension Dept. again enquiring about the pension as E.H. has been bugging him about it.
6-8-1848
Certificate of Pension issued at Albany, NY for $8.00 per month to have started 2-11-1847. 
1850
Census - Sheboygan, WI (E.H. 73yrs old, born CT; Sarah 65yrs old, born NY)
1860
Census - Not Found
12-4-1860
E.H. allowed masonic membership in Sheboygan Lodge #11
12-18-1860
E.H. died - Sheboygan, WI. Buried in Wildwood Cemetery

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