Wife was born on 08 April 1796 and died on 01 August 1876.
He and an Abe Trefethen were in Captain D. Flanders' Company, Lieutenant Colonel J. Waugh's Regiment from September 1814 to 24 September 1814. He was raised at Cornville, camped at Watertown awaiting orders. Abe TREFETHEN1118 was most likely his brother.
Resided in Cornville, Maine [1820 & 1840 Census]
In 1820, his household consisted of himself, 1 female aged 16 - 26 (probably wife), and 2 females (daughters) under the age of 10.
Buried with his wife in East Ridge Cemetery, Cornville, Maine [Source 129]
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