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 [decorative delimiter] Class of 1811

Vol. I
p97
61

(Born N. Y.)

James Dalliba

(Ap'd Ct.)

Military History. — Cadet of the Military Academy, Jan. 2, 1808, to Mar. 1, 1811, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to

Second Lieut., Reg. of Artillerists, Mar. 1, 1811.

Served: in garrison at Atlantic Posts, 1811‑12; and in the War of 1812‑15 with Great Britain, in Major-General Hull's Campaign of 1812 in Michigan Territory, being made prisoner of war, Aug. 16, 1812, at the

(First Lieut., Reg. of Artillerists,
Mar. 3, 1813, to Jan. 6, 1815)

(Capt., Staff — Dep. Com. of Ordnance, Aug. 5, 1813)

(Major, Staff — Asst. Com.‑Gen. of Ordnance, Feb. 9, 1815)

Surrender of Detroit, and after his release, Sep. 17, 1813, was on Ordnance

(Captain, 1st Artillery, to rank from Aug. 5, 1813,
and Bvt. Major from Feb. 9, 1815,
in Re-organization of Army, June 1, 1821)

duty till 1815. After the War with Great Britain, he continued on Ordnance duty until he

Resigned, May 1, 1824.

Civil History. — Proprietor of Iron Manufactory, at Port Henry, Lake Champlain, N. Y., 1824‑32.

Died, Oct. 9, 1832, at Port Henry, N. Y.: Aged 47.


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