Colonel William A. Phillips

Sherman Leland (March 29, 1783 – November 19, 1853) was a Massachusetts lawyer who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and as a member, and President of, the Massachusetts Senate.[4] During the War of 1812, he served in a regiment of U.S. Volunteers, and subsequently the 34th U.S. Infantry, at Eastport, Maine.

References

  • Leland, Sherman: "The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing an Account of One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Four Persons In Ten Generations, and Embracing Nearly Every Person of the Name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850", Boston, Massachusetts: Wier & White, pp. 130–132 (1850).
  • Smith, Joshua M. Borderland Smuggling: Patriots, Loyalists and Illicit Trade in the Northeast, 1783–1820. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006.

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Leland, Sherman (1850), The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing an Account of One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Four Persons In Ten Generations, and Embracing Nearly Every Person of the Name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850, Boston, Massachusetts: Wier & White, p. 132
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Leland, Sherman (1850), The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing an Account of One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Four Persons In Ten Generations, and Embracing Nearly Every Person of the Name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850, Boston, Massachusetts: Wier & White, p. 131
  3. ^ Leland, Sherman (1850), The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing an Account of One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Four Persons In Ten Generations, and Embracing Nearly Every Person of the Name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850, Boston, Massachusetts: Wier & White, p. 128
  4. ^ Leland, Sherman (1850), The Leland Magazine, Or, a Genealogical Record of Henry Leland, and His Descendants, Containing an Account of One Thousand Six Hundred and Twenty-Four Persons In Ten Generations, and Embracing Nearly Every Person of the Name of Leland in America, from 1653 to 1850, Boston, Massachusetts: Wier & White, pp. 130–132
Political offices
Preceded by
John Mills
President of the Massachusetts Senate
1828-1829
Succeeded by
Samuel Lathrop