Major Jonathan Cass (October 29, 1753 – August 4, 1830), born in Salisbury, Massachusetts,  was a soldier of the American Revolutionary War, who enlisted as a private the day after the battle of Lexington. He served in the army till the close of the war, and was in all the important battles in the eastern and middle states, where he was distinguished for his valor and good conduct, and attained the rank of captain. He was afterwards a major in Anthony Wayne's army. He died at an advanced age, at his residence (River Dale house) near Dresden, in Muskingum County, Ohio.
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