Huldah Granger(1) was born in Westfield, Hampton Co. Ma. or New York 1802.

She married Daniel Smith Sr in Ft Ann, N Y, 1819. Huldah Granger daughter of John Martin Granger married Daniel Smith Sr. who had served in War of 1812. Huldah states in Smith family Bios, she had 4 brothers also serve in War of 1812.

 Comments: #2    Huldah became the mother of Daniel Jr. Smith in Ft Ann N Y.

 Huldah became the mother of Salley Smith in Ft Ann N Y. At 20 years of age

Huldah became the mother of Slyvester Smith in Ft Ann, N Y, 25 Sep 1822.

At 22 years of age Huldah became the mother of Abial Granger Smith in Ft Ann N Y, 7 Oct 1824.

 At 24 years of age Huldah became the mother of Henry Smith in Ft Ann, N Y, 28 Dec 1826.

At 26 years of age Huldah became the mother of John Smith in Ft Ann, N Y, 6 March 1829.

1830 - Census - Ft Ann N. Y.  -  John Smith-  Head of household, page 321.

Following Info Submitted by Comments #2

Eaton Co. Mich History Chapter XXI

      Daniel Smith married Huldah Granger daughter of John Martin Granger ,  born 1792 in Mass. died in Carmel Township Eaton Co, Mich in 1870.   (Quote:  Daniel Smith Sr.served in the War of 1812.  as did four brothers of his wife. 

       The Smiths had 6 children,  Daniel Jr the youngest, Salley died in childhood,  Sylvester born Sep 25, 1822,  Abial Granger Smith Oct 7, 1824, Henry, Dec 28, 1826, John,   March 6, 1829,

        Abial G Smith the oldest of the sons,  was a valiant soldier in the Mexican War.

         The Smith family left Washington Co, Ft ANN in 1837 and made trip by boat on Great Lakes to Detroit and then by ox team and wagon arriving June 16th.  Bought 40 acres, built cabin and for first two years lived on  deer, bear, wild turkeys, which were plentiful. Mr Smith on way home was pursued by a pack of wolves and kept them at bay with a hickory stick  and barely escaping being seized by the animals as he entered the door of his cabin home.  That night the wolves ate the family churn,  which stood outside the door, filled with soft soap.  They devoured the contents of the churn,  which was made of wood,  leaving nothing but the iron hoops.





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