Ebenezer N. DEMICK
EBENEZER N. DEMICK, a descendant of one of the Plymouth Colonists, was born on the 12th of May, 1845, in St. Lawrence county. New York. Residing with his parents until sixteen years of age, he enlisted in Company E, of the Ninety second New York Infantry, and served for seven months, when he was discharged for disabilities received in the service. In August, 1862, he reenlisted in the Sixteenth New York Infantry, Company F, serving as an orderly at Brigade headquarters. After receiving his discharge, he returned to New York, in 1865, and the fall of 1869, came to Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. The following year, he came to this town, taught school for a time, and has since given his attention to the improvement of his farm in section seven. Mr. Demick married Miss Georgiana Teller, daughter of one of the old settlers of the town, on the 6th of December, 1870. They have had six children, one of whom is deceased.
History of the Upper Mississippi Valley (1881) p. 354 [Gilmanton]
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