Charles Godfrey: Birth: 6 SEP 1792.
Note: N39 Went to Nova Scotia after French-Indian War for land bounties. Loss wife, remarried and left NS. In 1769 procured an old sloop and returned to the colonies. In his youth he was a sailor who made 14 voyages to the West Indies and several to South America.
David was a soldier in the Continental Army, serving as a Private in Capt. Abraham Cuddeback's Company, Col. James McClaghery's 2nd Regiment of Ulster County Militia. On August 17, 1790, he was included in a large group of men, several of whom were revolutionary soldiers, by right of occupancy, were granted a 7000 acre tract of land in the town of Mamakating, Ulster Couty. A survey return dated Sept. 10, 1791, lists him as one of the group owning 200 acres.
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