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Submitted: 9/13/20 • Approved: 9/14/20 • Last Updated: 9/14/20 • R17198-G0
Here lies buried in a stone grave 10 feet deep, Capt. Daniel Malcolm, Merchant who departed this life October 23rd, 1769 age 44 years. A true Son of liberty. An enemy to oppression and one of the foremost in opposing the revenue acts on America.
He was an American merchant and smuggler. Malcolm was known for resisting the British authorities in the years leading up to the American Revolutionary War.
Contributed on 9/13/20 by tomtodd
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