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Major General Henry Bloom
Under whom private Buckley served


Lived: unknown

Hometown: Sempronius, Cayuga County, NY

Battles: Defense of Fort Niagara

Buckley Mather of Cayuga County, New York, was a Private in the company of Captain John Bassett in the Regiment of the 1st Detached Militia commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Henry Bloom, and served with Captain Bassett in the defense of Fort Niagara on or about September 15, 1813, for the term of 3 months. Buckley Mather was the son of Aseph Mather, Town Supervisor of Schuyler, Herkimer County, New York, who was a Corporal in the New Hampshire Militia in the Revolutionary War.

SUBMITTED BY: David Morton of Manlius, New York, the great4-grandson of Buckley Mather.