Daniel D. Minier

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Major General
Daniel D. Minier
Portrait of General Daniel D. Minier
Portrait of General Daniel D. Minier, New York State Militia. Courtesy of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film
Born 1794
Lansing, New York
Died 1849 (aged 54–55)
Allegiance United States
Service/branch New York State Militia
Rank Major General
Commands held Infantry division

Major General Daniel D. Minier (1794–1849), of South Lansing served in the New York State Militia, Infantry division.[1]

His father, Abram Minier and uncle, Daniel Minier were original Lake Country settlers in 1787.[2]

On family land, Daniel D. Minier constructed the Central Exchange Hotel (currently known as Rogues' Harbor Inn), the first brick structure in Lansing.

Minier died in 1849 and his remains were placed in the Asbury Cemetery.


  1. ^ George, Partridge Sanger (1839). The American almanac and repository of useful knowledge for the year 1839. Gray and Bowen. p. 156. 
  2. ^ Bement, Louise (1984). Town of Lansing, Its Beginning. Lansing, NY: Lansing Town Historian. p. 14.