1753. Daniel Greene LEONARD1849 was born on 23 October 1833 in West Dover, Windham Co., VT. He died on 13 August 1892 at the age of 58 in Wilmington, VT. New England Families, HIstorical and Genealogical, Vol. 3, p. 1343: "He received a common school education. At the time gold was discovered in California, he joined the gold-seekers, making the journey by was of the Isthmus of Panama, and remaining in the gold fields about a year. After his return he engaged in farming. He had an extensive maple orchard of some 2,500 trees, from which he produced annually about six hundred gallons of syrup. He was also a dealer in maple sugar and syrup and in jellies, buying from the farmers and selling at retail and to the markets. He was a pioneer in the manufacture of cider apple jelly and established plants to manufacture it at Wilmington, Jacksonville, and Newfane, VT. He made a specialty also of his dairy. His homestead comprised about two hundred acres of land. He lived until within two years of his death at Dover, removing thence to Wilmington, where he died. He was deacon of the Congregational Church at Dover. During the last years of his life, his business was conducted mainly by his son, which whom he was in partnership under the firm name of D.G. Leonard and Son. For many years he was in failing health. In politics he was a staunch Republican..."
Daniel Greene LEONARD and Annelie Minerva ADAMS had the following children: