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BiographyEditDanny I Ellison was born on February 14, 1746, in Military Governor's Palace, Robert Ross-Ellison. He wearing was British Officer Uniform with Epaulette and white stockings. The brothers joined the army of there teens of 1765 at ages 19 and 23, during French Revolutionary War.
Ellison's father, Michael IV, the King of Great Britian. Ellison wants take American back. Hes cousin, Charles VI Ellison moved one year ago. Ellison also going to force hes cousin to joined British Army. On November 1, 1772, first battle between cousin vs cousin, Battle of Cousins.
During hes training, hes father, Michael IV promoted him as Lieutenant general on June 14, 1771. He was gift of British Officer Uniform with Epaulette by hes brother, Robert-Ross. He was able don't want to killed by hes own cousin, During the time, hes first battle was Battle of Fort Boston.
French Revolutionary WarEdit
American Revolutionary WarEdit
Prisoner of Battle of Bunker HillEdit
Wounded at Battles Lexington and ConcordEdit
Final Battle and deathEdit
Sir Danny I EllisonBorn: 14, February 1746 Died: 21, October 1780
New Office Created
|1st Military Governor of Berkshire county|
March 5, 1763 - October 21, 1780
| Succeeded by|
Sir Nicholas IV