Lewis, Daniel, 1691 -

Daniel Lewis, the son of William Lewis and Sarah Moore, all of Farmington, Connecticut, worked as a farmer. In the Tunxis Indian petition to the Connecticut General Court in 1738, he and other Farmington residents were accused of encroaching on Indian land.
Augustine George Hibbard, History of the Town of Goshen, Connecticut, with Genealogies and Biographies Based upon the Records of Deacon Lewis Mills Norton, 1897 (Hartford, Conn: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1897), 478.
Dec. 6, 1691