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The Ancestors and Descendants 







Edward Francis Fremaux de Beixedon, Jr. 



THE fi£if/ YORK 




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SiirKi'iiii ill the l!r\ oliil iciii 
Orifiinal niimrl hij Mr. Adihxuii T. 11. si i)l Maroii. Ca. 


The "beginning of the second paragraph of the Introductio 
should read: The first part of this genealogy is devoted to the 
descendants of Dr. David Rogers, Sr. The second part of the book 
is devoted to the ancestors of Dr. David Rogers and his wife, 
Martha Tennent. 










line 26, read Dewees, not Dewus. 

name Jacob Hiltzheimer should not be in heavy type, 
line 24, read daughter, not daughters. 

Title - Ancestry of Austin Family should be in type half 
the size. 
line 31, read issue, not issued. 

read Neshaminy, not Neshminy. 

read serving, not saving. 

read Lewis, not Levis. 

read Shewell, not Sherwell. 

line 24, 
line 20, 
line 14, 
line 37, 
line 14, 
line 38, 
line 34, 
line 25, 
lines 28, 

read McNair, not McAnir. 
read courier, not cousin, 
read and, not an. 
read Martin, not Martim. 
31, 33, read Bouchet, not Bonchet. 

line 22, read Haynes, not Hayner. 
Robert Brwin is not married, 
line 21, read Marcellus, not Marcella. 
lines 11, 13, 15, 17 read Sheets, not Shuts. 
lines 19 & 24, read Bouchet, not Bonchet. 
line 7, read Rutland, not Ruthland. 
line 3, read Huldeen, not Huldun. 
line 2, read near, not mar. 

line 27, read great-great-grandfather, not great-great- 
line 11, read McMurdo, not McMurds. 
line 8, read Austria, not Wtistria. 
lines 23 and 26 read Florus, not Ploms. 

112, Index for Edward de Beixedon, Jr. should be 300, not 36i 


Georgia Woodfard Rogers had one child, Peyton Wade, by 
her first husband Peyton Wade. 


Information furnished from family letters, bibles and 
records by Mr. Edward Friraanx de Beixedon, Esther Rogers Hawley, 
Mrs. Mary H. T. McDowell, Judge David R. Austin, Judge Alfred 

- a - 

Ely Austin, Mrs. Mary Austin Wood, Mrs. Rebecca Austin Newton, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Kinne Andruss, Mr. John Lewis Cochran, Mr. William 
Irwin Shewell, Mrs. Willis Austin, Mrs. Lulu Rogers Erwln, Mr. 
Morris Rogers Sherwood, Mrs. Mary Rogers Downs, Mrs. Cara B. 
Rogers, Mr. Walter S. Hibbs, Mrs. Jennie Travis Kingsland, Mrs. 
Ada Travis Lockwood, Mrs. Marie M. Stites, Mr. Oscar Read, Mr. 
Benjamin Rogers, Mr. Samuel W. Horner, Mr. Benjamin F. Horner, 
Mr, Silas T. Horner, Mrs. Mary Rogers Whiting, Mr. Roscoe 
Concklin Rogers, Mrs. Ella Rogers Sturgis, Miss Sophie P. Rogers, 
Mrs. Cara Rogers Bleakley, Mr, David Scott Rogers, Mr. Francis 
Kramer Rogers, Mrs. Mary Wheeler Woodford, Mr. Samuel Yates 
Austin, Mr. Andrew Yates Austin, Miss Susan Tennent Austin, Mrs. 
Mary Aiistin Pyle, Mrs. Elizabeth Austin Howell, Mrs. Margaret 
Austin Sheets, Mrs. Isabelle Austin du Bouchet, Mr. Arthur W. S. 
Irvine, Mrs. Mary Faxon Latimer, Mr, Nelson Faxon, Mrs. Eugenie 
Faxon Knapp, Mr. Alfred Faxon, Mrs. Mary Post Ward, Mr. Augustus 
F. Post, Mrs. Ann Austin Haynes, Mr. William B. Otto, Capt . 
Malcolm P. Andruss, U.S.A., Miss Martha Austin McDowell, Mr. 
Marcellus McDowell, Mrs. Martha McDowell McLaughlin, Mrs. Emily 
Austin Jones, Miss Helen Shewell, Llr. Evan T. Ellis, Mr. Frank 
B. West, Mr. Samuel W. Stiles, Miss Mary Rose Grant, Mrs. Carolin 
Grant Sinclair, Mr. Robert Erwin. Mr. Richard Wane Stites, Mr. 
James R. Kellog, Mr. Charles DeWitt Whiting, Mrs. Flora Whiting 
Alexander, Mrs. Isabel Wheeler Belding, Mrs. Helen Wheller Berkey 
Mr. Thomas Henry Castleton, Mr. John R. Castleton. 

Books of Reference: 

1. "James Rogers of New London, Conn." By James S. Rogers. 

2. "The Rogerenes" By John R. Bolles and Ann B. Williams 

3. "Norwalk" By Charles M. Selleck 

4. "Lineage of the Rogers Family in England" By General John 

Oox Underwood 

5. Page 453, Vol. XXIII, 11th Edition of Encyclopedia Britannica 

6. "Royal Genealogies" By Anderson 

7. "Genealogical Dictionary" By Savage 


So FEU' of the descciKlaiits of Dr. David Rogers 
know anything about their ancestors or rchitives 
that 1 was led to write a genealogy on the suhjeet. 
A great deal of time and lal)or have heen spent in the 
compiling of this work, and I wish to thank especially 
Mr. Walter S. Hihbs, Mrs. Mary Austin Wood, :Mrs. 
Rebecca Austin Newton, Miss Susan Tennent Austin, 
Mrs. Cara Itogers. and ^liss Sophie P. Rogers for their 
kind assistance. . , ... 

The first part of this book'is 4evC)te4,tollhe Ancestors 
of Dr. David Rogers and his wife,' Martha Tennent. The 
second part of the genealogy is devoted to th« descendants 
of David Rogers, Sr. The des)ic!jitJJg||^ of Dr. David 
Rogers are entitled to iiicmbership. in..yiirious societies, 
principal among which are the Sons of the American 
Revolution, and the Sons of the Colonial Wars. Those 
descendants who liear the surname of Rogers or whose 
mothers bore the surname of Rogers are entitled to 
membership in the Order of the Founders and Patriots 
of America. The INlayflower Society is now considering 
the eligibility of the descendants of Dr. David Rogers 
for membership in that society. 


(1) David Rogers, M.D., was l)()ni in Norwalk, Conn., on 

August 21, 1748, and died in Norwich, Conn., on June 
21, 1829. lie married in Greenfield Hill, Conn., on Sep- 
tember 1, 1772, Martha, daughter of the Rev. Charles 
Tennent and jMartha Macky. 

























Dr. David Rogers studied medicine under his father 
and received license to practice medicine in Xew York 
City. His residence was on Greenfield Hill, Conn. H'- 
was on the school connnittee for Greenfield Hill on Nov. 
3, 1777: on Oct. 22, 1787; on Aug. 20, 1794. He was 
on committee tu supply pulpit on Dec. 17, 1781 ; on 
Aug. 20, 1795; on April 1, 1796; on Nov. 8, 1797; on 
Nov. 12, 1797; on March 7, 1800; and on June 2, 1800. 
He Avas one of the collectors for Dec. 10, 1781 ; and was 
surveyor of highwaj'S on Dec. 6, 1786. 

At an early period of the Revolutionary War Dr. 
David Rogers was found among the assertors of his 
country's rights and defenders of her freedom. Receiv- 
ing the appointment of Surgeon under the command of 
General Silliman, he continued throughout the eventful 
conflict, actively and faithfully discharging the duties of 

his station, until peace and happiness were restored to 
his beloved country. Possessed of a sanguine tempera- 
ment and vigorous constitution, his office was to him 
no sinecure, but in the midst of trials and dangers dur- 
ing those times which "tried men's souls", he was found 
cheering the desponding and administering his skill to 
the sick and wounded, particularly so when the towns 
of Fairfield and Norwalk were burnt. He was at the side 
of Generals Wooster and Gould M'lien thej^ fell at the 
battle of Ridgefield in the year 1777, gloriously attempt- 
ing to intercept the British under command of General 
Tryon on their return from the burning of Danbury. 

(2) (1) David Rogers, M.D., was born in Greenfield Hill, Fair- 

field Co., Connecticut, on May 15, 1773, and died in 
New York City on May 19, 1841. He married Esther, 
daughter of Major Horton. Esther was born in Mama- 
roneck, N. Y. 


Gilbert (14) 
Caroline (15) 
David (16) 
James (17) 
Deborah (18) 

(3) (1) Martha Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, Fairfield 

Co., Connecticut, on September 15, 1774, and died soon 
after her marriage to Dr. ^^'^illiam Potts Dewus. 
There Avas no issue. 

(4) (1) Brigadier General William Charles Rogers, ^NI.D., was 

born in Greenfield Hill, Fairfield Co., Conn., on May 28, 
1776, and died in Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., on Oct. 
11, 1824. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1796, 
INIary, daughter of General Jacob Hiltzheimer and Han- 
nah ^^'^alker. Mary was born in the house at the corner 
of Seventh and Market Streets, Philadelphia, where 
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. She was born on March 16, 1771, and died in 
Bucks Co., Pa., on Nov. 4, 1823. 


,hicoh (19) 

William {20) 

David (21) 

James (22) 

Robert (2.-5) 

Charles (24) 

George (25) 

Susan (26) 

Mary (27) 

When quite a young man William C. Rogers located 
in Philadelphia and became actively engaged at sea in the 
I'hiladelphia-China merchant marine service. 

lie served in the war of 1812 attaining the rank of 
Brigadier General, and connnanding the vohmteer troops 
stationed at Marcus Hook for the protection of the Phila- 
deljihia and Delaware River toM'iis. 

He moved to Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., and be- 
came a farmer. lie was chosen Justice of the Peace and 
held that office for many years. 

General Jacob Hiltzheimer was a noted and leading 
citizen of Philadelphia, Pa. His house was on the corner 
of Seventh and IMarket Streets, and in it were born his 
daughters Mary and grandson William Teiment Rogers. 
He bought the house, a three-story brick structure, from 
Jacob Graff on July 24, 1777, and in the second story 
corner room of that house Thomas Jefferson Avrote the 
"Declaration of Independence." After the death of Gen. 
Hiltzheimer the house passed into the hands of his 
daughter Mary Ililtzhemier Rogers. The house was de- 
molished in February, 1883, the site now being occupied 
by the Penn National Bank building. 

]\Ir. Hiltzheimer married in 1761. Hannah ^^'^alker, 
a member of the Society of Friends. The Ililtzheiniers 
were one of the first families of the Quaker City and 
the company that met at their social board in the old 
house was frequently most distinguished. Washington, 
Franklin, the Adamses, and many other statesmen and 
generals frequently came to see General Ililtzheiuier and 

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consult on affairs of state, for his judgment was deemed 

Mr. Hiltzheimer was a member of the Pennsylvania 
Legislatiu-e and the incumbent of other official positions. 

(5) (1) Susan Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, Fairfield Co., 
Conn., on Sept. 15, 1778, and died in Norwich, Conn., 
on Aug. 24, 1870. She married in Conneticut on Sejit. 
11, 1797, the Rev. John Punderson Austin, son of David 
Austin III and INIary Mix. 


























Sciii i>f Dr. D.ivid Holers, Sr. 
thitiitial uH'nfd h)j Mr. Fratil: H. W'rut of Macon, Ga. 


Uiiiihuit aim,, I 1,1/ My. /•'. H'<s(. 


1. John Austin came over in ship "Ilereules" with his wife Con- 
stance from Suiuhvich Co., Kent, Enghind. He moved from 
Greenwich, Conn., to Ncav Haven, Conn. He died there in 1657. 

2. John Austin was horn in Greenwich, Conn, and (h'cd in New 
Haven, Conn., on April 14, 1690. He married in New Haven, 
Conn., on May 13, 1669. 

3. Rev. David Austin was horn at New Haven, Conn., on Feh. 23, 
1690. He married Ester Allen. 

4. Uavid Austin II married Rehecca Thompson. He was wounded 
in hattle while defending New Haven against the British on 
July 5, 1779. 

,5. David Austin III was born at Ne\y Haven, Conn., on May 6, 
1782. and died at New Haven, Conn.^ ^on Feb. 6, 1801. He 
married Mary i\Iix. He was wounded in battle while def ending- 
New Haven against the British oivJiity;^, 1779. Mary INIix was 
born in 1734 and died in 1781. - He was. Collector of Customs 
for New Haven, Conn., and founder and first President of New 
Haven Bank. He left large estates to his children. 

6. John Penderson Austin was born at New Haven, Conn., on June 
28, 1774. and died in Brazos Co., Texas, on June 24, 1834. He 
married Susan Rogers. He was a graduate of Yale College. He 
was Collector of Customs for New Haven, Conn. 

(6) (1) Charles William Rogers, INI.D., was born in Greenfield 
Hill, Fairfield Co., Conn., on October 23, 1779, and died 
in the South on Nov. 24. 1849. He married in Charles- 
ton, S. C, Anne West, daughter of Col. Simon jNIunroe 
of Sunbury, Georgia, and Elizabeth West. 
Issue • 

Anna (41) 

Charles (42) 

William (43) 

Seymour (44) 

David (45) 

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Charles Rogers was a A^ery wealthy slave and plantation 
owner, and was noted for his hospitality. He was very 
fond of high bred horses and was instantly killed upon 
being hurled against a tree while driving a pair of spirited 
studs. He was prominent in both South Carolina and 

(7) (1) Samuel Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, Fairfield 

Co., Conn., on Oct. 2, 1782, and died in Greenfield Hill, 
Fairfield Co., Conn. 

(8) (1) Samuel Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, Fairfield 

Co., Conn., on Nov. 3, 1784, and died in Greenfield Hill, 
Fairfield Co., Conn. 

(9) (1) Samuel Henry Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, 

Conn., on ^Nlay 25, 1786, and died in infancy. 

(10) (1) Morris Miller Rogers, M.D., was born in Greenfield Hill, 

Fairfield Co., Conn., on Dec. 20, 1788, and died in 
Manhasset, L. I., on Oct. 14, 1860. He married on Feb. 
4, 1814, Sarah Willits, daughter of Amos Willits. Sarah 
died on June 12, 1871. 

Issue : 

Willits (46) 

Martha (47) 

Charles (48) 

Amos (49) 

(11) (1) Gilbert Tennent Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, 

Conn., on Dec. 21, 1790, and died in 1797. 

(12) (1) Julian Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, Conn., on 

May 25, 1794, and died in infancy. 

(13) (1) Samuel Henry Rogers was born in Greenfield Hill, 

Conn., on Oct. 10, 1796, and died in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
on July 30, 1875. He married in Ncav York City, in 
1 821, Jane, daughter of Cornelius Kingsland and Abigail 
Cock. She was born in New York City in 1802, and 
died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Oct. 4, 1876. Her brother 
Ambrose C. Kingsland was Mayor of New York in 
1851-53. He was the only Mayor of New York ever 
elected on an independent ticket. 


Son (if r>ri;;;iilifi-(n'ri(i;il Willi^nii C'h.H-lcs |{iiui'i-s 

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;rt Tennent R< 

jgers w as horn in ^Maiuaroneck, 

(14) (2) Gilbert Tennent Rogers was horn in ^Maiuaroneck, X. V., 

on Dee. 24. 17!)4, and died in the summer of 1822 in 
New York City of yellow fever. He was unmarried. 

(15) (2) Caroline Susan Rogers was I)oni in Mamaroneck, N. Y., 

on Dee. 7, 1796, and died in Newark, N. J., on Jan. 21, 
1865. She married in ^Mamaroneek, N. Y., on Oet. 3, 
1813, Thomas W. Garniss, a shipping merehant. He 
was born in New York City in 1788 and died in Newark, 
N. J., on Feb. 5, 1865. 
















(1(>) (2) David L. Rogers, M.D., was born in Maniaroneck, N. Y., 
on June 7, 1799, and died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Nov. 
10, 1877. He married Catherine, daughter of Jordan 
Wright of Flushing, L. I. 

Dr. David L. Rogers was professor of surgery in 
Medieal College at Geneva, N. Y. He was Inspector- 
General of Hospitals during the Civil War. 

Issued did not li\e to maturity. He apjjointed Andrew 
Bordman as executor of his estate. 

(17) (2) James H. Rogers, M.D., was born in IMamaroneck, N. 
Y., on yiay 9, 1801. and died in San Francisco, Cal., on 
Dec. 30, 1851. He married, 1st, Cecilia King, daughter 
of Elisha W. King, a i^rominent lawyer of New York, 
and he married 2nd, liouisa E. Coles, daughter of Jordan 
Coles, a wealthy Quaker. Louisa died at Yineland, N. J., 

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on March 30, 1881. The funeral was at residence of 
Dr. A. W. Whitney, 65 West 50th St., New York City. 

He was professor of Materia Medica in some New 
York College. In 1849 he went to California and was 
made Health Officer of the Port of San Francisco, CaL 

Issue did not live to maturity. 

(18) (2) Deborah Ann Rogers was born in Mamaroneck, N. Y., 

on May 9, 1801, and died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Dec. 7, 
1857. She married in Connecticut on May 10, 1832, 
Jedediah Rogers Hawley, a second cousin. 

Issue : 

Esther (62) 

(19) (4) Jacob Hiltzheimer Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on August 26, 1797, and died in Turkshead, Doylestown, 
Pa., on April 23, 1860. He married in Doylestown, Pa., 
on Aug. 2, 1816, Priscilla, daughter of Benjamin 

Issue : 

Mary (63) 

William (64) 
Benjamin ( 65 ) 
Ann (66) 

Hannah (67) 

He was Deacon and Squire in the Neshminy Presby- 
terion Church. He took possession of his father's farm 
and lived there up to a year before his death. 

(20) (4) INIajor General William Tennent Rogers was born in 

room and house in Philadelphia, Pa., in which Jefferson 
wrote the Declaration of Independence. He was born 
on June 17, 1799, and died in Pennsylvania on June 29, 
1866. He married Sophia Pugh, only daughter of John 
Pugh, of Doylestown. John Pugh served two terms in 
the House of Representatives of the United States. 
Sophia was born on Feb. 22, 1802, and died on Jan. 
11, 1878. 

Issue : 

An infant boy (68) 


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An infant ^irl 




Gen. William Tennent Rogers lived in Doylestown, 
and was jirominent in that comiminity. lie was eleeted 
to the Legislature in Ilarrisburg, and was speaker of 
the Senate of Pennsylvania for seven years. He learned 
the printing trade, and was editor and proprietor of the 
Doylestown Democrat. In 1839 the President of the 
United States appointed jhiui xuie of ^Jie visitors at West 
Point. He was Brigadier Inspector and Major General 
of militia. He was collector of the tolls on the Delaware 
Canal at Bristol. He was pGstii)iastci\at Doj'lestown, and 
projector of the Doylestown and Willow Grove turnpike, 
of which he was president, manager and treasurer. He 
estahlished the Doylestown cemetery, the grounds of 
which he purchased, laid out and beautified. 

(21) (4) David Rogers was horn in Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., 
on A^ov. 5, 1800, and died in Norristown, Pa., in 1883. 
He married, in 1828, Cynthia Watson, who was a 
daughter of Benjamin ^Vatson and Hannah McKinstry. 







David Rogers was a farmer in Warring-ton until 1858 
and then removed to Norristown, Pa., and lived there a 
retired gentleman. He was a member of the Presbyterian 
Chiu'ch and a Democrat in politics, holding many local 

Benjamin Watson, a soldier of the Revolution, was 

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one of General INIorgan's riflemen and participated in 
many historic battles of the war. 

(22) (4) James Rogers was born in Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., 

on September 2, 1802, and died in Warrington, Bucks 
Co., Pa., on Nov. 16, 1802. 

(23) (4) Robert Rogers was born in Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., 

on Dec. 1, ISOHPancTdied in Warrington, Bucks Co., 
Pa., on Sept. 6, 1802. 

(24) (4) Charles Rogers was born in Warrington, Bucks Co., Pa., 

on July 3, 1805, and died in Warrington Bucks Co., Pa., 
on Dec. 6, 1806. 

(25) (4) George Washington Rogers was born in Warrington, 

Bucks Co., Pa., on Dec. 13, 1806, and died in Warring- 
. ton, Bucks Co., Pa., 1825. He was unmarried. 

(26) (4) Susan Tennent Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., on 

March 3, 1809, and died in Willoughby, Ohio, on Feb. 
29, 1872. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., on Nov. 3, 
1828, Andrew Yates Austin, a first cousin. 

(27) (4) Mary Stewart Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., on 

May 1, 1811, and died on July 20, 1842. She married 
in Philadelphia, Pa., on Sept. 18, 1833, William Swan 
Tracy, L.L.D. 

Lucy (81) 

Elisha (82) 

William (83) 

Mary (84) 

William Tracy was born on Feb. 4, 1799, and died 
on Nov. 8, 1847. 

(28) (5) Mary Austin was born in Norwich, Conn., on Sept. 16, 

1798, and died in Toledo, Ohio, on June 16, 1874. She 
married, 1st, on July 9, 1818, Thomas Thomas of Nor- 
wich, Conn. 

Issue : 







15 — 

















She married, 2n(l, Albert Royce, and there were no 
issue by this iHarria<>e. 

(29) (o) Julia Ann Austin was born in Conneetieiit, on Nov. 

27, 1799, and died in Norwich, Conn., on May 30, 1883. 
She married in Norwich, Conn., Thomas Billings. 

Issue : 

"Elizabeth (9G) 

David (97) 

Julia (98) 

John (99) 

Thomas Billings was born on May 25, 1800, and died 
on Feb. 23, 1874. 

(30) (5) General John Austin was born in New Haven, Conn., 

on Nov. 17, 1801. and died of cholera in Brazos Co., 
Texas, on Aug. 11, 1833. He married in Velasco, Bra- 
zonia Co., a Miss Perry. 

Issue : 

John (100) 

INIiss Perry married again after John xVustin's death. 

John Austin was quite a conspicuous man in the man- 
agement of affairs in Texas up to the time of his death. 
He governed one of the five Austin Colonies. He was 
also head of the military affairs of Texas at that period 
and was in command at the first battle fought for Texas 
Independence at Velasco in 1832. John Austin's brav- 
ery, not alone called forth the admiration of men of his 
day, but also historians call him "The Brave John 

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Battle Island, Brazoia Co. 

Stephen F. Austin, first cousin of John Austin and 
William T. Austin, was impresario of the five Austin 
Colonies. There existed in Texas at that time a faction, 
opposing Stephen F. Austin in most of his measures, 
known as the Wharton faction. After the battle of 
Velasco and other troubles with JMexico, Stephen F. 
Austin Avent to JMexico in the interest of the Colonies 
and after arriving in Mexico, he was treacherously be- 
trayed and throw into a dungeon, where he was detained 
for eighteen months. During his absence the Wharton 
faction broke out in the most bitter denunciations against 
him and his measures. John Austin, being next in com- 
mand and kin of Stephen F. Austin, felt that it devolved 
upon him to champion Stephen F. Austin and his cause. 
The excitement raged violently throughout the colony, 
parties were formed upon the subject and scarcely a 
colonist could be found who did not take part in the 
controversy by joining one side or the other. John 
Avistin challenged the head of the Wharton faction, Wil- 
liam H. Wharton, to a duel, considered in those days 
the honorable means of settling a difficulty. Before the 
day appointed for the duel John Austin died.) Shortly 
after a banquet was given by the Whartons, where John 
Austin's death was discussed as removing the barrier to 
the Wharton supremacy and Col. John A. Wharton of- 
fered a toast to John Austin's bones burning on the 
gridiron in Hell. William Tennent Austin was so in- 
censed at the insult offered his brother's memory that 
when he was told of it he went to find Col. John 
Wharton and an altercation ensued and a challenge for 
a duel followed from Col. John Wharton., The Whartons 
being practiced duelists were confident of a successful 
termination in their favor. William T. Austin did not wish 
to shoot to kill, but only wanted to disable John Wharton, 

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which he did by shatteriii*? his right wrist. William Austin 
deeply deplored the iieeessity of the duel and it is evident 
that John Wharton did also, as an offieial pa|)er from 
John Wharton ap])()inting William Tennent iViistin to 
an office of honor is still in possession of the Austin 

John Austin joined Gen. Long's expedition and 
entered iNlexieo in 1821. lie was taken prisoner, hut 
was released and returned to U. S. A., through the in- 
fluence of /Poin eett jof South Carolina, Minister to Mex- 
ico, who was a college chum of John Austin. John 
Austin was a co-partner with Stephen F. Austin and 
S. M. Williams in coloni/ing Texas. While navigating 
the coast between Texas and New Orleans he was twice 
taken (prisoTier by pirates .and the second time he made 
his escape bj'^ swinnning. 

He was Alcalde of Erazonia and second Alcalde of 
San Philipe. 

(yi) (5) Andrew Yates Austin was horn in New Haven, Conn., 
on Aug. 13, 1803, and died in Willoughby, Ohio, on 
April 11, 1882. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
Nov. 8, Susan Tennent Rogers, a first cousin. 

Issue : 

John (101) 

Charles (102) 

David (103) 

Andrew (104) 

Lucius (105) 

Willis (106) 

Samuel (107) 

Susie (108) 

(32) (5) Susan Rogers Austin was born in New Haven, Conn., 
on July 7, 1805, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on June 
2, 1893. She married, in 1825, David William Prescott, 
son of James Prescott and Rebecca Barrett. He was 
bom on Mar. 16, 1800. 

Issue : 

William (109) 

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Rebecca (110) 
Martha (111) 

David Prescott graduated from Yale College in 1918 
and became a merchant in Philadelphia, Pa. 

(33) (5) Rev. David Rogers Austin was born in New Haven, 

Conn., on Feb. 28, 1807, and died in Norwalk, Conn., 
on Nov. 8, 1879. He married in Connecticut Lucinda 
Ely, daughter of Rev. Alfred Ely. 

Issue : 

Mary (112) 

Alfred (113) 

Elizabeth (114) 

Rev. Alfred Ely was a son of Alfred El}^ and Drucilla 
Brewster. Drucilla was a lineal descendent of Elder Wil- 
liam Brewster, who came to America in 1620 in the 

David Rogers was the minister of the South Norwalk 
Congregational Church for more than a quarter of a 

(34) (5) Brig. General William Tennent Austin was born in 

Bridgeport, Conn., on Jan. 30, 1809, and died in Gal- 
veston, Texas, on Feb. 25, 1874. He married in New 
York City about the year 1825. 

1st: Johanna Thomas, of New York, N. Y. She died 
of cholera in Brazos Co., Texas, in August, 1833. 

Issue by first marriage: 
Caroline (115) 

2nd: He married in Brazonia Co., Texas, on Jan. 25, 
1836, Elizabeth Ann Bertrand. 

Issue by second marriage: 













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Susan (122) 

Julia (123) 

Johanna (124) 

Ann (125) 

Rebecca (120) 

Elizabeth Ann IJertrund was the daughter of Peter 
(rabriel Bertrand. She was born in llichniond, Ken- 
tucky, on March 25, 1817, and died in Galveston, Tex., 
on Dec. 9, 11)08. 

He enii<4Tated to Texas with his wife, Johanna Thomas, 
and child, in the month of October, 1880, and located at 
the town of Brazonia on the Brazos River. He engaged 
in the mercantile business until after the great overflow 
of the Brazos in 1833. His goods were ruined and 
damaged by the water and such of the stock as was at 
all valuable after the overflow was taken to the town of 
Washington, Texas, and disposed of. Directly after the 
overflow the cholera made its appearance. 

William Tcnnent Austin made his mark on the page 
of Texan history by saving his country in the Texan 
War for Independence. 

"He was in both expeditions to San Antonio, com- 
manded at Velasco, the then important port at the 
mouth of the Brazos, and was always on duty — held com- 
missions and served as Aide-de-camp to the Commander 
in Chief of the ^'^olunteer Army of Texas, under Edward 
Burlesen, with the rank of Colonel — under President D. 
G. Burnett as Conmiander at Velasco — under Presi- 
dent yi. B. I.amar as aide to the Commander in Chief, 
which commission recites that he was appointed because 
of his 'acknowledged character for chivalry and honor' — 
and imder President Sam Houston as Commander in 
Chief with like rank, and was in very truth: 'A soldier 
of the Republic.' 

"Like every man possessed of force of character, he 
was a firm friend, a fearful foe, yet his enmity was ever 
tempered with justice and at the first peace offering, a 
little child could lead him." 

20 — 

(A Copy) — Head Quarter Vol. Army. 

Bixer, Dec. 14, 1835. 
These dispatches — 

Will be handed to your Excellency, Pro. Governor 
of Texas, by my first aide-de-camp, Colonel William 
Tennent Austin, who was present as a volunteer, during 
the five days storming around San Antonio and whose 
conduct this and every other occasion merits my warm- 
est praise. 

Edward Burleson, 

Commander in Chief, Volunteer Army 

of Texas. 


"The battle of Galveston was planned by General 
Tom Green and Brig. General William T. Austin. 

"We made our start from Huston, Texas. General 
Green commanded the gun boats, which consisted of 
three transports. General Austin commanded the land 
forces. I was in Col. Hardeman's division. Our land 
forces boarded a train of flat cars in Houston and pulled 
out for Virginia Point. Our engineer got up all the 
steam he could and our train fairly flew over the rails. 

"The facts regarding Wm. T. Austin's war career have 
not been put in history owing to his not being a man who 
boasted or bragged. Wm. T. Austin was the most 
agreeable commander I ever served under ; he was a gen- 
eral favorite with all the boys. I served under William 
T. Austin from April, 1836, to July 25, 1836. After- 
wards served under him at the battle of Galveston, 

William Tennent Austin helped Pres. Burnett to es- 
cape the Mexican Army. He Avas appointed by Gov. 
Houston Brig. General of Confederate States to organ- 
ize and drill the militia of Chambers, Jefferson, Mont- 
gomery and Galveston counties in 1860 and was ap- 
pointed Confederate States Marshal by Jefferson Davis 
in 1862. 

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(35) (5) Lydia Isabella Austin was horn in 15ri(l<feport, Conn., on 

Nov. 11, ItSll, and died on Jan. 4, 1888. She married 
Isaac Mix ^Vndruss. 

Issue : 

Margaretta (127) 
Elias (128) 

(36) (5) Martha Tennent Austin was horn in Bridgeport, Conn., 

on March 5, 1813; and died in Philadelphia, I'a., on 
Oct. 20, 1872. She married — 

1st: In Phikdelphia, Pa., on Fel). 21, 1832, William 
Hanse McDowell. He was horn on Dec. 31, 179.5, and 
died in Philadelphia, Pa.,on June 11, 1842. She married: 

2nd: in Philadelphia, Pa., on jMay 18, 1854, John 
Levis Cochran. lie was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
Oct. 4, 1810, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on Feb. 
16, 1878. 

Issue by second marriage: 
Conrad (129) 
John (130) 

Marcellus (131) 
David (132) 

Issue by first marriage: 
John (133) 

John L. Cochran was a Civil Engineer by profession. 
During the gold excitement in 1849 he went to Cali- 
fornia and bought considerable real estate in Sacramento, 
returning to Philadelphia in 1854. He then retin*ned to 
Sacrantento and lived there for several years. 

(37) (5) Samuel Henry Austin, L.L.D., Avas born on June 24, 

1815, and died in Norwich, Conn., in January, 1901. He 

Issue : 

Samuel (134) 
Anna (135) 

(38) (5) Rebecca Sherman Austin, was born on Nov. 5, 1816; 

and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 1, 1899. She 
married William M. Sherwell. 

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(39) (5) William Rogers Austin was born in Norwich, Conn., 

on Jan. 31, 1819, and died in Norwich, Conn., on March 
4, 1896. He married — 

1st: in 1851, Louise Hughes, daughter of E. B. M. 
Hughes of New Haven. She died in Philadelphia, Pa., 
in 1854. He married — 

2nd: IMary JMcComb, daughter of John McComb of 
New York. She was born in 1840 and died in Nor- 
wich, Conn., in 1894. 

Issue by first marriage: 
Louisa (142) 

Issue by second marriage: 
Willis (143) 

He was a graduate of Yale Law School in 1849. He 
was elected a member of General Assembly of Con- 
necticut in 1874, and re-elected in 1875. He was elected 
Senator from the Eighth District of Connecticut in 1876. 
From 1877 to 1880 he Avas President of New London 
County Agricultural Society. He was chairman of Con- 
necticut State Board of Charities and Director of Second 
National Bank and Trustee and Vice-President of Dime 
Saving Bank. 

(40) (5) Alfred Janeway Austin was born on May 18, 1822, 

and died in San Antonio, Texas, on July 25, 1861. He 
married INIatilda Gaul of Philadelphia. 

Issue : 

Daughter (144) 

(41) (5) Anna Rogers was born in Bryan Co., Georgia, and died 

in Bryan Co., Georgia, in infancy. 

(42) (6) Rev. Charles William Rogers was born in Bryan Co., 


Son of Charles William Holers 
Oritiinal owned by Mr. Frank li. Wfst of Macon. Ga. 


Original oirnid by Mr. F. Weal. 

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Ga., and died in Savannah, Ga., in 18(!;{. lie manied 
in Hartford, Conn., Caroline Matilda Woodford, dau^li- 
ter of ()li\c'r Woodford of Ilarti'ord, Conn. She was 
born in Hartford, Conn., and died in Ashville, N. C. 


Anna (l-t-j) 

Caroline (140) 

(Jeor.uia (147) 

Charles (148) 

He was a planter and minister of the Independent 
Presbyterian Church at Savannah, Ga. He resided on 
his phmtation at Kilkenny, Ga. He was a very wealthy 
and larye land-owner. 

(4.'i) (6) William McAnir Rogers, L.L.D., was born in Georgia 
and died in Georgia. ,. , , 
He was unmarried. ■'■:". ■ '}'■■ y ■ 

(44) (6) Seymour Rogers was born in Br\'an Co., Georgia, and 

died in South Carolina. ' , 

She married: — - ' 

1st: Charles Lane of Bryan Co., Ga. 
2nd: Edward Harden of Bryan Co., Ga. 
3rd: A man from South Carolina. 

Issue b}' first marriage: 
Charles (149) 

There was no issue by second marriage. 

There were issue by third marriage, but they can- 
not be traced. 

(45) (6) David Munroe Rogers was born in Bryan Co., Georgia. 

He married in Hartford, Conn., Henrietta Gleason. 

Issue : 

Lula (150) 

(46) (10) Willetts Powell Rogers was born on Long Island, N. Y., 

on Feb. 4, 1815, and died on Feb. 4, 1819. 

(47) (10) Martha Powell Rogers was born in Jerico, L. I., on 

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May 4, 1819. She married on May 22, 1845, Isaac 

Issue : 

Morris (151) 

(48) (10) Charles William Rogers, M.D., was born on Long Island, 

N. Y., on Sept. 3, 1821, and died in Great Neck, L. L., 
on Jan. 31, 1897. He married on March 13, 1845, 
Sarah T. Hicks. 


Caroline (152) 

Susan (153) 

William (154) 

Sarah T. Hicks died in Great Neck, L. I., on Dec. 
13, 1878. 

(49) (10) Amos Willetts Rogers, ]M.D., was bom on Long Island, 

N. Y., on Feb. 8, 1826, and died in Great Neck, L. I., 
on Feb. 13, 1893. He married on Jan. 15, 1856, Car- 
oline Hicks, daughter of Benjamin Hicks. 
There was no issue. 

(50) (10) INIajor Charles William Rogers was born in New York 

City in 1822, and died in Stamford, Conn., on April 2, 
1900. He married Sarah Louise Riker. 

Issue : 

Mary (155) 

Charles (156) 

Jennie (157) 

Sarah (158) 

Charles Rogers was a Major in the Civil War in the 
Quartermaster's Department. 

(51) (13) Henry Rogers was born in New York City, and 

died at sea off Galveston, Texas, on Nov. 9, 1875. He 
married Rebecca Cox. 
There was no issue. 

(52) (13) Ambrose Rogers was born in Ncav York City and was 

lost at sea in a wreck off Coney Island, N. Y. 
He was unmarried. 

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(53) (13) Julia Augusta Rogers was horn in New York City on 

Aug. 25, 1828, and tlicd in IJrooklyn, N. Y., on June 7, 
1891). She married in New York City, on June 2.'3, 
1848, Edouard Franeis Freniaux, Count de IJeixedon, 
grandson of General Antoine-Bernard, Marquis du 
Joncquoy, Chevalier de Saint Ijouis. 

Issue : 

Henri (159) 

Daniel (KJO) 

Florantine (1(>1) 

Cornelius (1<>2) 

iSIarie (1G3) 

Edward (164) 

Edouard Freniaux was horn in Lille, France, on Jan. 
10, 1819, and died in New York City, on Dee. 27, 1885. 
The family of Edouard Freniaux was one of the most 
illustrious in the North of France, heiiig hereditary 
procurator eouneilors to the kings since ancient times. 
They also bear a murlet on their coat of arms, signifying 
that an ancestor fought in the holy wars. 

(54) (13) Abbie Jane Rogers Mas horn on Feb. 25, 1832, and died 

in New York City. She married Gilbert Travis on De- 
cember 16, 1851. 

Issue : 

Ambrose (165) 

Charles (166) 

Jennie (167) 

Ada (168) 

Harry (169) 

(55) (15) Martha Rogers Garniss was born in Mamaroneck, N. Y., 

on July 9, 1814. She married in New York City, on 
July 9, 1834, John A. INIorrill. 

Issue : 

Catherine (170) 

Marie (171) 

Frederick (172) 

(56) (15) Caroline A. Garniss was born in New York City in 

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1815, and died in New York City, N. Y., in 1897. 
She was unmarried. 

(57) (15) David Rogers Garniss Avas born in New York City on 

Oct. 11, 1817. He was unmarried. 

(58) (15) Catherine Garniss was born in New York City, N. Y., 

on Dec. 8, 1819, and died on Feb. 23, 1907. She mar- 
ried in New York City, on July 27, 1842, James M. 
Read. He was born in Fall River, Mass., Ajaril 24, 1817, 
and died on Nov. 3, 1863. 

Issue : 

Evelyn (173) 

Gertrude (174) 

Oscar (175) 

(59) (15) John Garniss Avas born in New York City, on Nov. 26, 

1821, and died on NeAv York City. He was unmarried. 

(60) (15) Esther F. Garniss Avas born in Ncav York, N. Y., on 

Oct. 3, 1823. She married in MorristoAA^n, N. J., on 
June 26, 1856, John H. Wallace. 
There was no issue. 

(61) (15) James R. Garniss AA^as bom in NeAv Rochelle, N. Y., on 

Nov. 30, 1829, and died in San Francisco, Cal. He mar- 
ried in San Francisco, Cal., on September 5, 1855, Julia 

There Avas no issue. 

(62) (18) Esther Rogers Hawley Avas born in Connecticut and 

died in 1918. She Avas unmarried. 

(63) (19) Mary H. Rogers Avas born in Warringion, Pa., on Nov. 

16, 1817, and died on August 27, 1837. She Avas un- 

(64) (19) William Charles Rogers Avas born in Warrington, Bucks 

Co., Pa., on June 24, 1819, and died in Furlong, Pa., 
on Dec. 31, 1881. He married in DoylestoAvn, Pa., on 
Feb. 17, 1859, Lydia Hough. He was a farmer. 

Issue : 

Benjamin (176) 
EdAvard (l77) 

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(6.5) (19) Benjamin W. Rogers was horn in W'arriiiyloii, I'a., on 
Oct. 11, 1822, and died on A no. 2, 1844. He was un- 

((56) (19) Ann S. Rogers was horn in \N'airin^lon, Pa., on .Ian. .'J, 
1824. and died on Oet. 23, 19()(). She was nnniarried. 

(67) (19) Hannah W. Rogers was horn in VVarrinj^ion, Pa., on 

Uee. 11. 1829, and died in Ivyland, Pa., on Dec. 8, 188.5. 
She married in Doylestown, Pa., on March 24, 1853, 
Charles Thompson Horner. 


Samuel (178) 

Benjamin (179) 

Annie (180) 

Silas (181) 

(68) (20) An infant hoy Avas horn in 1823 and died in 1823. 

(69) (20) Charles Rogers was hornrM^Doylestown, Pa., in 1825, 

and died in U()ylestown,]Pa.7 iiV'i'83'1?' 

( 70 ) ( 20 ) John Pugh Rogers was bftrn in Doylestown, Pa., on Aug. 

10, 1825, and died on Nov.;l201§.9|.^ Hie married — 
1st: Harriet Hoffmarim.-..,,^,.,^^ 
2nd: ^Matilda Biehn. 

Issue by the first marriage: 

Mary (182) 
Issue by second marriage. 

Roseoe (183) 

He was a journalist and writer of much ability. His 
style of writing was original, liright and poetic with a 
large vein of the practical interwoven that was pleasing 
and popular with a large class. One of his most pre- 
tentious, as well as most popular productions, was a 
"History of the Doans," the Bucks County outlaws, dur- 
ing the Revolution. He was a warm supporter of .Tames 
Buchanan and in the Buchanan campaign of 1856 made 
more speeches in the county than any other speaker. He 
read law with E. T. INIcDowell, the brilliant lawyer, but 
abandoned the profession. During the Civil War he 
enlisted in the 104th Regiment. 

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(71) (20) Elizabeth Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., in 1829, 

and died in Doylestown, Pa., in 1834. 

(72) (20) Sergeant James M. Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., 

in 1830, and died on July 10, 1897, in Philadelphia, Pa. 
He married when quite a young man and in a short time 
divorced his wife. 

There was no issue. 
He was never in any business and lived retired. At 
the breaking out of the Civil War he enlisted in Com- 
pany 1, 25th Volunteers. Subsequently he joined the 
gallant 104th Pennsylvania Regiment and became 
Quartermaster Sergeant. He was at one time one of 
the Wardens of the Eastern Penitentiary, and was also 
appointed Revenue Commissioner. 

(73) (20) Henry Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., in 1834; 

and died in Doylestown, Pa., in 1835. 

(74) (20) Lieutenant Colonel Edward L. Rogers Avas born in 

Doylestown, Pa., in July, 1835, and died in Philadelphia, 
Pa., on Oct. 3, 1873. He married in 1861 Adelaide M. 
Torrence, daughter of John R. Torrence. She was born 
in Philadelphia, and died in Washington, D. C, on Jan. 
30, 1911. 

Issue : 

Ella (184) 

Pie took up the profession of the law and during early 
manhood he was elected to many positions of public 
trust and confidence. When troops were called for at 
the beginning of the Civil War he entered the Army and 
won the position of Lieutenant Colonel. While the 104th 
was before Charleston in 1864 on Morris Island, he was 
detailed by Gen. W. W. H. Davis as Adjutant General. 
After the close of the war he retired from the army and 
occupied an important office in the War Department. 
He was an excellent officer, prompt in the discharge of 
every duty, brave and cool under fire and had very fine 
executive abilities. He was a Princeton scholar and a 
prominent Mason. 

(75) (20) William Tennent Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., 

— 2Q — 

on June 21, 1840, and died in Doylestown, Pa., on Feb. 
!(!, 1<.)1(). He married Anna C. lUios. 


Sophie (185) 

He was edueated at the Union Academy, Doylestown, 
and also was a pnpil in (icor^c Murray's famous Clas- 
sical School. He was a popular member of the A. P. A. 
and enjoyed in his long career the acquaintance of a 
number of distinguished men. 

(70) (20) An infant girl was born and died in 1842. 

(77) (20) Marshall Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., on Feb. 5, 

1844, and died in Doylestown, Pa., of fever, on Nov. 
27, 18(51. 

(78) (21) George Washington Rogers was l)orn in Warrington, 

Bucks Co., Pa., on .June 15, 1829, and died in Norris- 
town, Pa., on July 24, 1907. He married on July 1, 
1858, Cara C. Bean, daughter of Jesse Bean. 

Issue : 

Cara (186) 

David (187) 

George (188) 

Jessie (189) 

His early education was obtained in the public schools, 
his classical studies being pursued and finished at a private 
school in Bucks Co. He taught school for three years, 
but gave it up for the study of law. He began the study 
of law under Joseph Fornance, finishing under .Judge 
David Krause. He was admitted to the bar on Jan. 2, 
1854, and at once began jiractice in Norristown. He soon 
became very popular and prominent. He was elected 
District Attorney of the county in 1856. His record was 
a remarkable one and stamps him as one of the strong 
men of his day. He acquired important business in- 
terests in Norristown, but in 1894 he resigned from the 
presidency of the Alberta Trust and Safe Deposit Com- 
pany, now the Penn Trust Co., of which he was first 
president, formed a law partnership with Edward E. 

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Long and gave himself more time for travel and recrea- 
tion. He made four tours of Europe, also visiting Egypt 
and the Holy Land. In 1854 he was elected Burgess 
of Norristown. He was a Mason and was a member of 
the Lawyers Club of Philadelphia. 

(79) (21) Major William Charles Rogers, M.D., was born in 

Eureka, Pa., on June 23, 1833, and died in Ambler, Pa., 
in December, 1911. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
December 31, 1863, Jennie Scott, daughter of Andrew 

Issue : 

Francis (190) 

David (191) 

Jennie Scott was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Feb. 
15, 1833, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on Jan. 28, 

He studied medicine at the University of Penn- 
sylvania. He enlisted during the Civil War and in three 
months time was made Brigadier Surgeon with the rank 
of Major. After the war he resumed his practice. He 
was of a reticent and retiring disposition, but had a strong 
personality and numbered among his friends many pi'om- 
inent people in commercial, political and professional 
life. He was Sm-geon on S. S. Illinois of the American 
Line for several years. 

(80) (21) Mary Hiltzheimer Rogers was born in Pennsylvania, on 

Feb. 22, 1837, and died in 1893. She married Walter 
Henry Hibbs of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Walter Henry Hibbs was a journalist. 
Issue : 

Emily (192) 

Georgia (193) 
Cynthia (194) 
Walter (195) 

(81) (27) Lucy Huntington Tracy was born on July 3, 1834, and 

died on Jan. 8, 1837. 

(82) (27) Elisha Tracy, LL.D., was born on Dec. 19, 1835, and 

died on Jan. 11, 1913. He was unmarried. 

'^ ^cinil Count of Sirilij '^^ 

JBorn 1031 - JDied U0£. 

' Sr^ AWiiolpl), BaPOtt Irmtpaut; 
c4 3obn C.^nderiuood. -a, 

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(83) (27) William Rogers Tracy was horn (in Dec. 4, \HHH, and 

died on Aug-. 9, 18(5(). He was unniai-iicd. 

(84) (27) Mary Hiltzheimer Tracy was hoin on Oct. 1, 1840. 

She married Conrad llanse MoDovvell on Nov. 8, 18.'39. 


William (242) 
Frank (243) 

(85) (28) Gordon Thomas was born on April 17, 1811), and died 

in 1820. 

(86) (28) Caroline Eunice Thomas was born on Nov. 25, 1821, 

and died in 1821. 

(87) (28) John Austin Thomas was born on March 25, 1823, and 

died in 1824. : /.•?Cr '^^v";; .; -; 

(88) (28) Charles Thomas was born on Aug. 22, 1824, and died 

in 1825. ? t 

(89) (28) Susannah Austin Thomas 'tVilS"1^tn"^n July 18, 1825, 

and died on May 23, 1914. ^he-mmTied— 

1st: In Chagrim Falls, Ohio, on April 26, 1849, 

Austin Henry White. 
2nd: In Bellevue, ()hio, on Dec. 25, 1853, Marc 
Wheeler. He was born in Toledo, Ohio, and 
died in 1889. 
Issue by first marriage: 

John (196) 

Issue by second marriage: 
Willis (197) 

Austin (198) 
Mary (199) 

(90) (28) Caroline Thomas was born on April 3, 1827, and died 

in 1827. 

(91) (28) Isabella Austin Thomas was born on Feb. 5, 1830, and 

died on July 9, 1951. She married in Chagrim Falls, 
Ohio, on May 22, 1850, Marc Wheeler. 
There was no issue. 

(92) (28) John Austin Thomsis was born on Nov. 14, 1831, and 

died in 1833. 

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(93) (28) Henry King Thomas was born on July 15, 1834, and 

died in 1834. 

(94) (28) Walter King Thomas was born on Sept. 29, 1836, and 

died in 1837. 

(95) (28) Mary Anna Thomas was born on August 9, 1838, and 

died in 1842. 

(96) (29) Elizabeth Phoenix Billings Avas born on Jan. 12, 1833, 

in Norwich, Conn., and died in Norwich, Conn., in 
January, 1913. She married in New York City, on Oct. 
26, 1865, Conrad Hanse McDowell, a cousin. 
Issue : 

Conrad (244) 

(97) (29) David Austin Billings was born in Norwich, Conn., on 

1834 ; and died in Norwich, Conn., in 1906. He was un- 
married. He lived in Norwich all his life, amassing con- 
siderable wealth and leaving much of it to charities upon 
his death. 

(98) (29) Julia Ann Billings was born in Norwich, Conn., on Sept. 

7, 1836, and died in Norwich, Conn., on Feb. 24, 1875. 
She married a Mr. Hale. 
There was no issue. 

(99) (29) John P. Billings was born in Norwich, Conn., on Dec. 

11, 1838, and died in Norwich, Conn., on Dec. 9, 1876. 

Daughter (200) 

(100) (30) John Austin Jr., Avas born in Brazos Co., Texas, 

and died of cholera in Brazos Co., Texas, on August 
8, 1833, in infancy. 

(101) (31) Colonel John Preston Austin was born on Dec. 22, 

1829, in Norwich, Conn., and died in La Grange, Ga., 
on Feb. 10, 1911. He married in Georgia, on Feb. 
23, 1868, Amanda Willson. 




Le Roy 




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John P. iVustiii was carried to I'liiladclpliia wliiK 
still a baby, where his parcMits remained I'oi- a IVw years, 
M'heii iliev moved to \VilIoii<>'hby, Ohio, wiiere .John 1'. 
remained imtil about seventeen years old. 

He tiien entered Princeton University, where he 
remained only two years, leaxint'; and niakint'' his wav 
down the Ohio River and the Mississippi River and 
on into Texas, where he joined his uncle, Gen. Wil- 
liam Teiment Austin, at Washington, Texas. 

He remained in Texas until 1801, when, with a com- 
pany of artillery ot which he was a niembcr, he left 
for Brownsville, Texas, on the S. S. General Rusk. 
^^''hile on this trip and during a speech he was making 
one day he said, "John Hrown's body lies moulding 
in the ground, but his soul still marches on." \\'^here- 
upon Resse wrote words and music for the song, using 
this expression and which were later parajjhrased and 
used so much in Northern camps. 

After serving six months at Brownsville, his enlist- 
ment was out. John P. and a few others rode through 
the country and joined Gen. Johnson at Shiloh, ^Nliss., 
three days before the battle of Shiloh. He went into 
the fight M'ith the Eighth Texas Cavalry, after which 
fight he went on a scouting expedition into Kentucky, 
where he enlisted as a private in the Ninth Kentucky 
Cavalry under Colonel John II. INIorgan, afterward 
General Morgan, the celebrated Confederate raiiler. 
John P. served the remaining four years of the war 
with this regiment and was mustered out near Hender- 
sonvillc, N. C, as Colonel of his regiment, succeeding 
Gen. \Villiam P. C. Breekenridge of Lexington, Ky. 

After the war, he went back to Texas and remaijied 
a few years, returned to Georgia and married. He 
then went back to Texas an after a year or so re- 
tiirned to IMorgan Co., Georgia. He was buried, as 
he had requested, in the Stonewall Confederate Ceme- 
tery at La Grange, Ga., alongside of William Fraser, 
a cousin of his, whom he last saw after ordering a mes- 
sage delivered to General Johnson dm-ing the Battle 
of Kennesaw Mts. 

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(102) (31) Captain Charles William Austin was born in Nor- 
wich, Conn., on Jan. 17, 1833, and died in Savannah, 
Ga., on April 17, 1889. He mai-ried in Houston, 
Texas, on IMarch 26, 1866, Georgia Bell Grafton. 
She was born on July 31, 1844, in Natchez, Miss., 
and died in Houston, Texas, Aug. 3, 1913. She was a 
daughter of Andrew Grafton, a planter of Mississippi. 


William (204) 

Andrew (205) 

Susan (206) 

Presented by Miss S. T. Austin, 2034 E. 88th St., Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. 
From "The Houston Chronicle", Tuesday, October 14th, 1902. 

Daring Exploits of Chas. W. Austin, Family of One of South's Greatest Naval 
Heroes Resides in Houston. Manassas First Ironclad His Design. 

Contrary to all the teachings of history, to a Texan belongs the honor of 
having constructed and commanded the vessel that revolutionized naval war- 
fare and displaced wood hulls for those of steel. 

Throughout the world it is stated that the Merrimac and the Monitor 
were the first successful exponents of ironclad architecture. This idea is 
taught in the public schools from one end of this land to another and the 
teachers have impressed and continue to impress it upon their pupils. 

But it is not true history. Designed conjointly by Capt. John A. Stevenson 
and Capt. Chas. W. Austin and constructed and commanded by the latter 
the confederate ram Manassas was the first ironclad ever built. Capt. Austin 
was a Texan, a relative of Stephen P. Austin, and his family resides today 
at Houston at 2712 Fannin St. But for the success of this vessel the Merrimac 
would never have been built, and Ericsson would never have submitted his 
plans for the "cheese box on a raft". 

The first ironclad, The Enoch Train, a tow-boat on the Mississippi was 
purchased by Mr. Stevenson before the Federals had been driven from the 
field of Bull Run. It was a powerful vessel with twin screws and mammoth 
engines for a craft of its size, ISO ft. in length, it was registered at about 
100 tons. Hauled upon the ways at New Orleans builders swarmed over iis 
hull while all the city laughed at the plans laid down by the two captains. 
It was sheathed above the water lines under the direction of Commander 
Austin with two thicknesses of railroad rails and was fitted with a ram of 
iron pointing out beneath about five ft. in length. 

Before the vessel had been completed the blockade of the Mississippi 
had been established. A commodore stationed at New Orleans refused to 
man the vessel and shared the accepted belief that she was useless. Permis- 
sion to call for volunteers was given, however. With a crew of 19 men she 

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steamed down the river to its nioiitli. There lay 4 sloops of war hcariti}; a 
total armament of 56 guns. 

Of all the 20 souls aboard Capt. Austin alone stood upon the tlcek. 
Bearing down at full speed upon the blockailing fleet he aimed for the 
steam sloop of war F^ichniond 22 guns. In the teeth of a hail of fire thundering 
from half a hundred cannon the intrepid commander, standing alone and in 
open sight from every vessel, commanded the engineer to pile more coal 
under the boilers. Broadside after broadside came crashing about him like 
the fury of hell. Plowing through the water with all the speed of which the 
vessel was capable it was seen too late that a coal schooner lay between 
the ram and its victim. Without swerving the Manassas steamed on. Solid 
shot crashed and broke upon the iron sides, but still Capt. Austm stood un- 
hurt. With an awful shock the ironclad cut through and through the sailing 
vessel and plunged her spur far into the wooden sides of the Richmond just 
as every cannon aboard belched forth its load of canister and shell. 

The Manassas backed away unhurt with its gallant captain still standing 
on the deck. His clothes were torn into shreds, but burned and blackened 
as he was not a wound appeared upon his body. The Richmond, however, 
was a wreck, while the coal schooner was already at the bottom of the sea. 
In hot haste the remainder of the Federal fleet were steaming away from the 
monster that had attacked them. The Confederate vessel was left alone and 
the blockade was temporarily broken. But in getting away from its victimv 
the port engine of the ram had been broken. Pursuit was impossible. Slowly 
the Manassas steamed back to New Orleans only to be later vitally injured. 
She was run upon a sand bank to save the crew and was there abandoned 
by force of circumstances never to sail the sea again. 

But the advantage of an ironclad vessel of war had been demonstrated. 
The Manassas had been unarmed. At the same tune the power of a craft 
of her stamp manned by a sufficient crew and mounted with guns of large 
bore was recognized. Upon similar lines the Merrimac was built on the 
Atlantic coast and the Monitor was evolved from the brain of a Scandinavian. 
Capt. Austin and Capt. Stevenson had gained their victory in more ways 
than one. They had taught the scoffing world a lesson and in doing so de- 
veloped a hero for the Southern States whose record is unusurpassed. 

And yet his name is almost unknown while those of lesser lights have 
been brought into a publicity that will live forever. There was much to be 
desired in the chronicled histories of the southern navy and its official records. 
No man who ever fought upon the seas showed more intrepid valor than 
did Capt. Austin in his service beneath the stars and bars. In the North 
his name in unknown, while in the South few recognize the fact that a hero 
came out of Te.xas who set a standard for the world in fortitude and daring. 
With his death in 1889 the major part of his life's history was lost. Like 
all true men he seldom talked of his achievements. 

A distinguished family: Roger Sherman, one of the New England ancestors 
of Capt. Austin, signed the Declaration of Independence. Another of his rela- 
tives, Stephen F. Austin, is known as the Father of Texas. While his parents 

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resided in Ohio, Capt. Austin lived in the Lone Star State and commanded a 
vessel of the Harrus-Morgan line plying between New Orleans and Galveston. 
With the outbreak of the war his sympathies were with the South. He built 
and fought with the Manassas. Four of his brothers were in the Union Army 
while another was in the Confederate army. 

He was the only one who took to the sea. For four years his life was 
filled with daring exploit after exploit. Three times he was in prison, twice 
escaping. Now but few of his adventures are to be remembered, but those 
same few are enough to brand him as one of the greatest naval heroes of 
the age. After the Manassas has been abandoned he took to blockade running 
and from that time one feat of daring crowded rapidly upon another. 

Capture of the Fox: From New Orleans he went to Mobile, where the 
blockade was close. A great fleet was anchored off the town which practi- 
cally forbade all entrance to the harbour. The days dragged by until finally 
Capt. Austin, driven by waiting to an uncontrollable desire for something to 
turn up, sailed out of the harbour in the murky darkness of a cloudy night 
on a tour of investigation. There in the offing he discovered a steamer loaded 
with arms, ammunition and supplies for the waiting fleet. Back in the city 
he proposed his plan to the commanding officer. It was too daring for official 
recognition, but permission was given to enlist volunteers for the desperate 

On the first favorable night in a small steam launch, Capt. Austin and 
six brave men went glinding out of the harbour. Unobserved they steamed 
to the steps leading down from the steamer's side. Confident of security, 
but one man had been left on the deck and he hailed the launch as it tied 
up to the vessel's side. 

"This is launch Number 7," came the response from Capt. Austin. "Where's 
the Capt, of this ship?" "He's asleep in the cabin," answered the watchman. 
"Lead me to him," commanded Capt. Austin. Without a thought of danger 
the sailor turned and led the way along the deck, the leader of the expedition 
following. As he climbed up the side of the vessel the remainder of the 
crew came close behind. Each had been instructed as to his duty and without 
a word they went to their different posts. Without knocking, the watch led 
the visitor into the Captain's cabin. When he awakened he was looking 
down the barrel of a revolver. 

The hatches had been closed on the crew and the 6' men were in control. 
Quickly slipping anchor chains the vessel was headed towards the harbor. 
She was laying to the westward of the channel and must necessarily cross 
its mouth. Scarcely had she started when she was hailed. "Transport Fox, 
bound for Key West," came the response from the deck of the vessel as she 
glided past. 

Again she was hailed, but the same reply took her safely on toward the 
goal. Once in the channel she was quickly put about and the next morning 
found her tied up at the Mobile wharves. Thousands of muskets and a hull 
full of ammunition were turned over to the confederacy with the ship. Capt. 

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Austin became the lion of the hour, and was presented with an eiu<^ant gold 
watch by the citizens of the town. 

This surpasses fiction: It was after the capture of New Orleans that 
Capt. Austin fell into the clutches of the enemy and was lodged there in prison, 
But jail walls could never hold him. Within a few days he was assisted to 
his liberty and secreted in the house of a sympathizer. For ten days he 
remained in hiding before a means of escape from the city was devised. 
Finally one dark night a friend from the outside came to the house and 
led Capt. Austin with his companion to the water front. Swimming out into 
the muddy water the two men climbed over the side of a coal schooner and 
hid themselves in the hold. The vessel was going out light bound for Havana, 
a haven of safety for the prisoners. 

At the appointed time a shuffling of feet on deck told the men below that 
the ship was under way. Until far out at sea they remained in the hold, 
stifled with the odor of bilge and the dust of coal. Their friend from the 
outside had shipped as mate. When darkness came he opened the hatch 
and the men released. 

Stealthily creeping to the cabin occupied by the master they opened the 
door and walked in. The captain was a German and all of his teutonic wrath 
blazed up at the sight of the dust begrimmedstdwaways. He demanded their 
story. Very frankly they told him that they were" estnping prisoners of war 
and wanted to go to Havana. With a great Prussian oath the masted rushed 
toward the door with the intention of giving the order to bout ship. Coolly 
producing a revolver Capt. Austin pointed the..f8tiz.z,le in the Captain's face. 

"Stay where you are," came the hoarse c-o+nmand. Obedience seemed neces- 
sary. The stowaways agreed to pay their passage if allowed the freedom of 
the vessel as passengers to Cuba. In the face of the demand the request was 
as complied with and the ship sailed on its course. 

But it was not for long. Morning dawned and with the dawn the stars 
and stripes appeared in the distance. The captain rushed to the rail and 
made an attempt to signal the vessel. Suddenly he felt himself held in a 
grasp of steel. He was forced hastily back into his cabin, the door was 
locked on him and Capt. Austin took command. A week later the shooner 
was tied up at the Havana wharves and Capt. Austin was still in charge. 
Turned over to the Cuban authorities his further immunity from captivity 
was avoided by virtue of a previous meeting with the captain general of 
the island. How this was brought about is another story. 

A terrible journey: The details of the capture of the blockade runner 
commanded by Capt. Austin in 1862 is forgotten history, but the fact remains 
that he in company with his second in command was confined in a dungeon 
in Fort Taylor at Key West. From their cell a window looked out over the 
waves of the Gulf of Mexico that beat fully 50 ft. below. For weeks they 
languished in captivity until finally help arrived. One day a rope was hastily 
thrust through the grating, followed by a jug containing a surplus supply of 
water and a package of bread. 

Below the window of the prison a ship floated at anchor and at her 

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stern was tied a small boat used as a tender. The location of the ship 
was marked. That night was dark. Securing the rope within the cell, Capt. 
Austin, with the water jug tied around his neck, climbed from the high aperture 
and swung out. Hand over hand he went down to freedom. Owing to the 
necessary haste his companion was just above him bearing the bread. When 
fully 20 ft. above the water Capt. Austin found himself at the end of the rope. 
It was too late to go back up. Letting go he went crashing feet downward 
into the waves below. His companion was fairly on top of him when he 
went under. Fortunately the noise was not noted, but the water in the un- 
corked jug was lost, as was also the bread. With bridges figuratively burned 
behind them and untold suffering ahead, they struck out according to previous 
agreement for the ship. Securing the yawl, Capt. Austin climbed aboard the 
vessel. The watch was napping. Working fast and quietly he unscrewed the 
compass from its place and dropped back with it into the small boat. It 
would have been suicidal to have attempted to secure provisions to replace 
those lost, and so the two sailed away destitute, shaping their course for 
Havana. Day dawned, but still the two men rowed on, assisted by a makeshift 
sail. The heat of a summer sun blazing over a tropic sea was intense. They 
were out of sight of land with water everywhere and not a drop to drink. 
Hunger gnawed at their vitals, but safety was in front, not behind. With the 
coming of night their suffering had increased to a point that seemed mad- 

Another and another day passed; still there was nothing but the burning 
sun and the salt sea. Havana was ahead of them. Loaves of bread and 
bunches of fruit appeared piled up in luxurious plenty on the seat beside 
them only to vanish under touch. Clear, cool springs drippled from the bottom 
of the boat, but the water was not for their parched and swollen throats. 
Land appeared just behind only to fade away as with renewed efforts they 
rowed toward it. With sailor instinct they kept to their course. Another 
night found the two men raving stark mad, lying in the bottom of the yawl 
too weak and emaciated to even cry for help. Before another day came 
that would have assuredly brought death, the men were picked up by fisher- 
men just off the Cuban coast a few miles below Havana. Water and food 
were forced down their throats a little at a time. At first it seemed as though 
relief was as likely to prove fatal as suffering had been before, but slowly 
under the ministering hand of the fishermen they improved. Almost worn 
out by their awful experience they were taken to Havana and turned over to 
the authorities. They were taken before the captain general and told their 
story. Struck by their tale and by their appearance, he released them on 
parole. The freedom of the city was theirs. 

But the publicity given the event reached the army authorities in the 
North and an officer was despatched to bring them back. When he arrived 
Austin and his companion were summoned to appear before the governor 
of the Island. A young lieutenant in his blue uniform was there awaiting 
them in the private office of the captain general who sat at his desk writing. 
At last he turned toward the group. In his hand he held a document which 

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he handed to Austin. It was n certificate of citizenship in Cuba. Snapping 
ther fingers at the officer who had come to get them, they left the palace 
free men. 

During the remainder of their stay in the Cuban capital Capt. Austin 
and his companion struck up a close friendship with the Governor who iiad 
given them their liberty. This fact proved their salvation later. 

The Blockader's last run: But it was in Galveston Harbor that Hie last 
and most brilliant event in a civil war career occurred under the eyes of 
the entire city. Old men tell of it yet, although with years tile memory of the 
deed is dimmed. In broad daylight Capt. Austin ran the blockade of the port 
with his ship the Susanna and brought provisions and war supplies to a 
distressed land. 

It was in the last year of the struggle the result of which was already 
foregone. Almost all of the blockaded ports along the Atlantic and the gulf 
had been captured and the entire southern squadron was blocking the harbor. 
The story of the event as told by the U. S. ship Seminole, which led the 
chase, has already been published in the New York World under the title, 
"A Dash Through a Fleet." The authority for the tale already told was un- 
actjuainted with the identify of the captain of the vessel he had chased, but 
with due consideration gives him credit for being the coolest man that ever 
walked a quarterdeck. 

The Susanna was built on the Clyde and was a long, low steamer built 
for speed and concealment. Time after time she had run into Galveston 
Harbor through the fleet collected outside, but always before at night. Her 
arrival was regular and always on time. When expected she always turned 
up and tied at the wharf in the morning. Her last run was momentous. Leav- 
ing Havana with a cargo of gunpowder and provisions, calculations had been 
made as formerly to arrive off the harbor under cover of darkness, but a 
break in the machinery caused delay. Steaming along Capt. Austin found 
himself one morning but a few miles off Galveston and in sight of the blockad- 
ing fleet. 

As yet he was unseen owing to the low construction of his ship and he 
decided to run out to sea; but enquiry below elicited the information that 
the supply of coal would not be sufficient for 12 hours more. The only 
filternative was to make for a place of concealment under the shore and 
thither the prow was turned. 

But the overhanging smoke had attracted the attention of the fleet, and 
a ship of war was fast bearing down upon the daring blockade runners. 
Without a moment's hesitancy Capt. Austin determined to run the gauntlet. 
The course was again changed and the Susanna again headed for the bar. 
A dozen ships barred her way. 

With great clouds of smoke pouring from her funnels, and all attempt 
at concealtment thrown to the winds, the swift Susanna rushed on seemingly 
to sure destruction. Soon she came within range and every vessel opened 
up on her from a long distance. The Seminole was in the lead and sent a 


solid shot across the bow of the long dark ship that fairly skimmed the 
water. Foam splashed up over the deck, but the warning had no effect. 

Cutting in the warship decreased the distance between it and the Susanna 
until objects could be plainly seen from one deck to another. Shot after shot 
went screaming through the air toward the blockade runner, but still she 
kept her course. The regular channel was blocked, but she went straight 
ahead, raked fore and aft. The Susanna quivering like a frightened animal, 
rushed on; all Galveston was on the wharves watching the engagement, hoping 
and praying for the safety of the vessel. Suddenly the course of the Susanna 
was changed. Doubling around the Seminole, she made straight for shallow 
water and the bar. On board the sloop of war they believed her captain 
decided to beach her and the course was taken up in the hope of capturing 
the crew and preventing the absolute destruction of the vessel. 

But it was part of the trick. Another turn that sent the water swirling 
under the prow and the course was again changed. Crossing at a dangerous 
and generally unknown place on the short bar the Susanna entered the deeper 
channel of the bay. Her prow had been shot away and both smokestacks 
were wrecked, but riddled with shot and shell as she was she steamed slowly 
to the wharves and discharged her cargo. 

During the entire engagement Captain Austin, according to the Commander 
of the Seminole, coolly paced the bridge with his hands in his pockets and 
a cigar between his teeth. Not once did he leave his place or show a sign 
of trepidation in spite of the fact that half a ton of black powder was stored 
directly beneath him. In the shower of shot and shell he stood as he had 
on the deck of the Manassas facing almost certain death while his ship v.'as 
being shot away beneath him. Cool courage, perfect seamanship and an 
absolute knowledge of the harbour assisted him in performing another exploit 
that had never been equalled and that only emphasizes the fact that some 
of the credit given to others belongs to him. 

On the next voyage the ship commanded by Capt. Austin was cornered 
and captured at sea by a federal sloop of war and he was taken to Philadelphia 
in his own vessel, there to be thrown into prison. A short time afterwards the 
struggle was ended. Returning to Galveston the hero went back to the 
Merchant Marine and again took charge of a A'lorgan liner. It was at this 
time that he met and married Miss Georgia Grafton, who resided in the 
Texas seaport. During the struggle Capt. Austin was unknown to the girl 
he later took for a wife, but his vessel, the Susanna, had brought her many 
good things from foreign lands and his reputation as the handsomest and 
most daring man in Texas was common property. 

Some time later the couple removed to Savannah, where Capt. Austin 
took charge of the construction of the jetties at the mouth of the river. There 
the family of two sons and one daughter grew up from childhood to maturity. 

In 1889 this naval hero of the South died as a result of exposure during 
the war and today his body rests upon the shores of the Atlantic while the 
ever-bearing waves pay tribute to his greatness. — "Nor should his glory 
be forgot while fame her record keeps." 

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(103) (31) Jud^c David Rogers Austin was Ijoimi in \\'ill()ii^lil)y, 

Ohio, on Jan. "JC, IH.'J.j.and died in 1!)21. He- married — 
1st. Julia (Jrctiory. Slie died in 18()-1<. 
2nd. Annie 31. Prentiss. She died on July 17, 1U12. 
There was no issue hy I' marriage. 

Issue hy seeond marriage: 
Mary (207) 

Eli'/aheth (208) 
INIargaret (209) 

Mis early life was spent on a farm and he attended 
the puhlie sehool in the village of ^^'illoughhy. He then 
entered the Academy at ^^'^arren, ^Nlass. He graduated 
from Western Heserv^e Teachers Seminary at Kirk- 
land, Ohio, in 1853, and taught sehool until June, 1 8.38. 

He then went to Toledo, Ohio, and entered the 
office of the late Chief Justice ^Morrison K. Waite as 
a law student and was admitted to the bar in 18(i0. 

In 1802 he enlisted in the lOOth- Regiment, O. V. I., 
going to the front at the time the Confederate General 
Kirhy Smith threatened Cincinnati. He was coimnis- 
sioned first lieutenant, hut in'1803, because of impair- 
ed health, he was forced toTeSignr • 

In 1872 he was elected Probate Judge and re-elected 
in 187.5. He was unanimously nominated for a third 
term, which he declined and returned to the practice 
of the law. 

In 1888 President Harrison appointed him Col- 
lector of Customs at Toledo, which office he held fom- 
years. In 1909 he was appointed Collector of Canal 
Tolls at Toledo. He was a 32nd Degree Mason. 

(104) (31) Captain Andrew Yates Austin was born in Willough- 

by, on Nov. 12, 1836, and was killed at the battle of 
Berryville, Kentucky, during the Civil War, in 1804. 
He was unmarried. 

He was Captain of the 9th Ohio Regiment — AVil- 
liam IMcKinley's regiment. 

(105) (31) Lucius Dunham Austin was born in Willonghby, O., 

on July 12, 1838, and died in 1912. He married liar- 

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riet Newell Barber. She died in California on Jan. 
14, 1921. 

Issue : 





(106) (31) Willis Rogers Austin Avas born in Willoughby, O., 

on June 22, 1845, and died of fever during the Civil 
War at Bellaire, Ohio, in 1862. He was unmarried. 

(107) (31) Samuel Henry Austin was born in Willoughby, O., 

on Nov. 5, 1847, and died in Toledo, Ohio, about 1880. 
He was unmarried. 

(108) (31) Susie Sophie Austin was born in Willoughby, O., on 

July 26, 1850. She is unmarried. 

(109) (32) William Prescott was born in Philadelphia, Pa., in 

1826, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., in infancy. 

(110) (32) Rebecca Elizabeth Prescott was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., on Feb. 11, 1827, and died in Bridgeport, Conn., 
on Aug. 11, 1912. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on Jan. 3, 1850, Nathan Smith Faxon, son of Elisha 
Faxon, Jr., a whaling merchant. He was born in Ston- 
ington. Conn, on April 16, 1825, and died in New 
York Citv. 














(111) (32) Martha Austin Prescott was born in 1830, and died 

in 1850. She married Rev. Samuel Crittenden. 

Issue : 

Martha (218) 

(112) (33) Mary Esther Austin was born in November, 1844, and. 

died in 1893. She married Augustus F. Post. 

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Issue : 

Alary (219) 

Auoiistus (220) 

(113) (38) Judge Alfred Ely Austin was Ix.rn in Stockhridge, 
Mass., on .Imif 1, 1848, and died in Xorwalk, Conn., 
on January 10, 1921. lie married, in April, 1885, 
Caroline A. Con\erse, dauijhler of Col. Charles A. 
Converse, of Norwieh, Conn. 
Issue : 

Mary (221) 

He prepared for eollege in ]\Iunson, Mass., and was 

a graduate of Yale College in 1809. After several 

years' travel in Europe and America, he entered upon 

the study of law in the offiee of \Voo(lward & Perry 

and was admitted to the bar in 1878. He became a 

justice of the peace and during his career he disposed 

of over two thousand cases. 
(111-) (33) Elizabeth Tennent Austin was horn on Jan. 24, 1851, 

and died on Oct. 24, 187(). She married, in June, 1876, 

Leonard AVood Richardson. 

There was no issue. 

(115) (34) Caroline Austin was horn in Xew York City about 

the year 1828, and died on her plantation, Fort Bend 
Co., Texas, in 1879. She married — 

1st. On her father's plantation in Brazonia Co. 
about the year 1840, Hudson Gaston. He 
died of yellow fever in Washington, Texas, 
in 1853. 
2nd. On her plantation, Fort Bend Co., Texas, in 
1858, Ennnet Jones, LL.D. 
Issue by first marriage: 
Cornelius (222) 
Ann (223) 

There was no issue by second marriage. 

(116) (34) Laura Austin was born on her father's plantation near 

Velasco, Brazonia Co., Texas, on INIarch 31, 1844, and 
died in Galveston, Texas, on April 24, 1907. She 
was unmarried. 


She attended St. Mary's Hall College in Burlington, 
N. J. She became a teacher and was made first vice- 
principal of the San Jacinto School. She spent most 
of her life in Galveston. 

(117) ( 34 ) John Punderson Austin was born on his father's plant- 

ation near Velasco, Brazonia Co., Texas, in 1845, and 
died in Washingion, Texas, in 1849. 

(118) (34) Mary Austin was born on her father's plantation near 

Yelasco, Bra/onia Co., Texas, in 1847. She married 
in Galveston, Texas, in 1870, Albert William Wood 
of Philadelphia, Pa., son of James B. Wood. He was 
born in Glocester, N. J., in 1843, and died in Galves- 
ton, Texas, in 1884. 

Issue : 









(119) (34) William Tennent Austin was born on his father's 
plantation near Velasco, Brazonia Co., Texas, in 1850, 
and died in Galveston, Texas, on Nov. 6, 1905. He 
married in New Orleans, La., in November, 1872, 
Bettie Grafton, daughter of Thomas Grafton of 
Vicksbvn-g, Miss. 

Issue : 













He graduated from Princeton LTniversity. 



Willis Rogers Austin Avas born in Washington, 
Texas, in 1853, and died in 1859. 



Emma Austin was 
infancv in 1851. 

born in Texas and died there in 

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(122) (34) Susan Austin was horn in Texas and died llK-re in 


(123) (34) Julia Austin was horn in Texas and died there in 


(124) (34) Johanna Thomas Austin was horn in Texas and died 

in Texas in 18()0 in infancy. 

(12.5) (34) Ann Austin was horn in Texas and died there in 

(120) (34) Rebecca Austin was horn in Washington, Texas, in 
1854. She married in Galveston, Texas, in 1885, 
Walter T. Newton of jNIadi.son, Ga. lie died in Anstin, 
Georgia, in 1893. 

Issue : 

William (234) 

Edward (235) 

IMary (236) 

Walter (237) 

(127) (35) Margaritta Artemetia Andruss was horn in Jiloom- 

field, N. J., and died in San Diego, Cal., on April 18, 
1918. She married Malcolm Peters. 

(128) (35) General Elias Van Arsdale Andruss was horn on Dec. 

18, 1839, in Newark, N. J., and died in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., on April 3, 1910. He married in Buffalo, N. 
Y., on April 15, 1808, Elizaheth Kinne. 


]May (238) 

Jennie (239) 

Willis (240) 

INIalcolm (241) 

General Andruss served in the navy as an acting 
midshipman from 1854 to 1850, and four years later 
was appointed to West Point. He was graduated in 
1864 and was appointed second lieutenant of the First 
Artillery, serving in the siege and operations hefore 
Petersbm-g, where he Avas hrevetted first lieutenant 
for gallant and meritorious services. He was hrevetted 

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captain for similar services at Appomattox. He be- 
came colonel in the artillery corps in 1901, and was 
retired as brigadier general the following year at his 
own request. He Avas in command of the defences of 
the Delaware during the Spanish-American War. 

(129) (36) Conrad Hanse McDowell was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., on ^Nlarch 18, 1833, and died in Norwich, Conn. 
He married — 

1st. Mary H. Tracy, a cousin. 
2nd. Elizabeth Billings, a first cousin of his. 
Issue by first marriage: 
William (242) 
Frank (243) 

Issue by second marriage: 
Conrad (244) 

(130) (36) John Austin McDowell was born in Willoughby, O., 

on Oct. 7, 1835, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on Dec. 
9, 1917. Pie married, in Philadelphia, Pa., on June 
16, 1858, Eliza Graham, daughter of William Con- 
well Graham. 

Issue : 

Elizabeth (245) 
Martha (247) 

(131) (36) Marcellus Edward McDowell was born in Phila- 

delphia, Pa., on Dec. 12, 1837, and died in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on July 19, 1891. He married Jane 

Issue : 

Jennie (248) 

Marcellus (249) 

Martha (250) 

Mary (251) 

(132) (36) David William Prescott McDowell was born in Phila- 

delphia, Pa., on April 29, 1840, and died in New York 
City, N. Y., in August, 1898. He married. 
There was no issue. 

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He was coniicftfd with llic sales (leparlimnl of llie 
lilackwell's I^iirhani Toljacco Company. 

(183) (lid) John Lewis Cochran was horn in Sacramento, Cal., 
on JNTareh 28, 1857. He married in riiihulclpliia, Pa., 
on Nov. 3, 1892, Alice Vanuxem, (laughter of Fred- 
erick ^^amixem. She was hoi-n in I'hihidelphia, Pa., 
on Se])t. 22, 1870. 

Elizabeth (252) 
John (2.58) 

liCwis (254) 

John Cochran was educated in Philadeli)hia and 
graduated from I.ouderhack xVeademy. He l)()u;4hl 
350 acres of ground on the shore of Lake Michigan 
and on this tract of land he founded the suburh of 
Edgewater. Lie was promoter and first president of 
the Northwestern Kle\'ated Jlailroad. He is one of the 
trustees of the Chicago Evening Cluh, and he is also 
a trustee of the Hill School of Pottstown, Pa. He is 
one of the directors of the Chicago Title & Trust Co., 
and is also senior partner of the firm of Cochran c^- 
INIcCluer. He is a member of the Chicago Club, 
University Club, the Casino Club, the Onewentsia 
Club, the Saddle and Cycle Cluh, and the \\^awash- 
kamo Golf Clul). 

(134) (37) Samuel Henry Austin was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

in 184(5, and died in lMiiladel])hia, Pa., in lOKi. He 
married in New York City, N. V., Louise Suydam, 
daughter of James Suydam. She was born in Hope- 
well, Dutchess County, N. V. 
Issue : 

Emily (255) 

(135) (37) Anna Austin, M.D., was l)orn in Philadelphia. Pa., 

She married in Philadelphia, Pa., a iNIr. \N'atson. 

Florence (256) 
Elizabeth (257) 
Austin {2C>H) 

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(136) (38) Josephine Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and 

died in Philadelphia, Pa., on Nov. 22, 1913. She 
married — 

1st. William Malcolm. 

2nd. William Bell. 

3rd. R. C. Kennedy. 

Issue by first marriage: 

Harvey Malcolm (259) 
There Avas no issue by second marriage. 
There was no issvie by third marriage. 

(137) (38) Mary Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and died 

in Philadelphia, Pa., on IMay 29, 1911. She married — 
1st. Samuel Plerrick. 
2nd. John C. Bingham. 

There was no issue by first marriage. 

There Avas no issue by second marriage. 

(138) (38) Rebecca Austin Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

and died there. She was unmarried. 

(139) (38) Susan Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and died 

there. She married John Clarkson. 
Issue : 

Bertie (260) 

(140) (38) William Irwin Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

He married — 

1st. In 1875, Sarah Martim Street. 
2nd. In 1892, Laura M. Shaw. 

Austin (261) 

George (262) 
Helen (263) 

Rebecca (264) 
William (265) 

(141) (38) Martha Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and 

died in Philadelphia, Pa. She married in Philadelphia, 
Pa., Evan T. Ellis, son of Charles Ellis. 
Issue : 

Charles (266) 

— 49 — 

Evan (207) 

William (2()8) 

Kvaii T. Kllis was horn on Au<^'. 10, 182(i, and 
died in Philadelphia, I'a., on Oct. 11, 1913. 

(142) (39) Louisa Hughes Austin was i)orn in Xorwit-h, Conn., 

in 18.52, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on Feb. 18, 
1870. She was unmarried. 

(143) (39) Willis Austin was born in Xorwieh, Conn., on Oct. 

18, 1878. He married in Norwich, Conn., on Nov. 
26, 1901, Annie Tlnntinyton Erewer, dan<ihter of 
Arthur H. Hrewer. She was l)orn in Xorwieh, Conn., 
on Oct. 10, 1878. 
Issue : 

Willis (269) 

Malcolm (270) 

Willis Austin was i'or a time cashier of the L'neas 
X'ational Bank of Xorwieh, Conn. He is now president 
of Edward Chappel Co., vice-president of the Chelsea 
Savings Band and a director of the X'^orwich Water 
PoAver Co. 

^Ir. Austin is fpn'te a sportsman. 

(144) (40) Dauo-hter died in Philadclpliia, Pa., at the age of 18 

years. She Avas unmarried. 

(l4o) (42) Anna Munroe Rogers was !)orn on Colonel's Island 
and died in Asheville, X. C, on >.Iay 19, 1887. She 
married in Savannah, Ga.. on .luly 3, 18.57, Major 
Joseph Jones ^Vest, INI.D. He was born near Perry, 
Houston Co., Ga., in 1832, and died in 1869. He 
served as ^Major dm-ing the War of the States. 

Annie (271) 

Katharine (272) 

Elizabeth (273) 

Joseph (274) 

Frank (275) 

(146) (42) Caroline Rogers was I)orn in Savannah, (ia., and died 
in Savannah, Ga., on Dec. 24, 1862. She married in 

— 50 — 

1856 Samuel Vernon Stiles. He was born in Savan- 
nah, Ga., and died in Savannah, Ga., on June 3, 1893. 


Caroline (276) 

Samuel (277) 

Margaret (278) 

(147) (42) Georgia Woodford Rogers Avas born in Hartford, 
Conn., on Oct. 15, 1842, and died in Macon, Ga., on 
Feb. 23, 1906. She married — 

1st. Pej^ton Wade, who died a few weeks after- 
ward, in 1861. 
2nd. In Savannah, Ga., on May 24, 1865, Hugh 
Fraser Grant, Jr. 

Issue : 











Hugh Fraser Grant, Jr., fought in the War of the 
States as Lieutenant in the 4th Georgia Cavalry from 
1860 to 1865. 

(148) (42) Charles William Rogers was born in Savannah, Ga., 

on Oct. 25, 1844, and died of malaria while erecting 
breastworks near Savannah during the Civil War. 
He was vmmarried. 

(149) (44) Charles Lane was born in Georgia and died there 

in early manhood. He was unmarried. 

(150) (45) Lulu Rogers. She married Robert E. Erwin of Savan- 

nah, Ga. 

Issue : 

Julia (284) 

Robert (285) 

(151 ) (47) Morris Rogers Sherwood was born in New York City 

on March 31, 1846. He married in Herrick, L. I., on 
Oct. 14, 1860, Sarah Cromwell Willets, daughter of 

— SI — 

Isaac Willets. Sarah \ViIlets died in Liplon. Iowa, 
aged 42 years, on March Ki, 1891. 
Issue : 

Charles (280) 

Mary (287) 

(152) (48) Caroline Hicks Rogers was horn in (ireat Neck, L. I., 
Aug. 13, 1846, and died on Oct. 18, 1840. 

(1.53) (48) Susan Hicks Rogers was horn in Great Neck, L. I.. 
on Sept. 13, 1848, and died on June 9, 1854. 

(154) (48) William M. Rogers was I)orn in Great Xeck, L. I., 

on Sept. 27, 1851, and died on April 7, 1854. 

(155) (50) Mary Rogers. Slie married Charles G. Downs. 

(156) (50) Charles Henry Rogers. He was unmarried. 

(157) (50) Jennie Kingsland Rogers. She married — 

1st. .Tames Champlin. 

There was no issue to this marriage. 
2nd. Seldon. 

No issue. 

(158) (50) Sarah Louise Rogers. She married Wilkes T. Wheatley. 


Joseph (288) 

Quinton (289) 

(159) (53) Henri Emile de Beixedon was horn in 1849, and died 

in Brooklyn, N. V., in 1867. 

(160) (53) Daniel Kingsland de Beixedon was horn in New York 

City in Octoher, 1851, and died in Amityville, L. I., 
on Sept. 7, 1919. He married- — 

1st. In Brooklyn, N. V., on Oct. 10, 1883, Sarah 
Bennett, daughter of George C. Bennett, 
founder of the Brookl>ni, Times. 
2nd. In Brooklyn, N. Y., on May 12, 1903, Cor- 
nelia INI. Russ, daughter of John Augustus 
Russ, .Jr. 
Issue by first marriage: 
Edith (290) 

Marie (291) 

52 — 









Issue by second marriage: 



Daniel de Beixedon began his business career at the 
age of 17 in the office of his uncles, Daniel C. Kings- 
land and Ambrose C. Kingsland, whaling and ship- 
ping merchants and later real estate investors. Am- 
brose C. Kingsland was IMayor of New York in 1853. 
Daniel de Beixedon was a conservative business man 
of the old school. He owned a great deal of very 
valuable real estate, including a square block in the 
heart of New York. 

Mr. de Beixedon was a prominent club man. He 
Avas a charter member of the Union League Club of 
Brooklyn, and was for many j^ears a member of the 
IMontaux and Rembrandt Clubs. He was a life member 
of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. He 
was, also, an associate of the Order of the Founders 
and Patriots of America. 

]Mr. de Beixedon was an enthusiastic sportsman, 
traveler and patron of art. He was an amateur artist 
of no mean al)ility. 

(1()1) (53) Florantine Therese de Beixedon was born in 1855. 
She is unmarried. 

(102) (53) Cornelius Kingsland de Beixedon was born in 1858, 
and died at sea on the "Queen" in the North Atlantic 
Ocean, just above the equator, in 1885. 

(163) (53) Marie Louise de Beixedon was born in Brooklyn, N. 

Y., in 186-i. She married in Brooklyn, N. Y., on Oct. 
21, 1885, Dr. Edward Butler Coombs. 

Issue : 

Florantine (297) 
Edward (298) 

(164) (53) Edward Francis Fremaux de Beixedon was born in 

— 53 — 

IJi-ooklyii. \. ^'., on .Ijui. •_'<>. l.SCH. He niiinicd in 

IJrooklyn, X. ^'., on Od. 11. 18!):J, Olive Douf-lass 
Cantoni, (lant^litci- of C'lu'\;ilicr S;i!\;itoi'i C'anloni. 


Olive (299) 

Edward (:300) 

Philip (.'501) 

Edna i'.i02) 

Francis {'.ur.i) 

Salvatori Cantoni, son ol' the I'rineess Rosa Cesanne 
was horn in Venice, Italy, on ]May 5, 1815. He mar- 
ried Clarissa Douolass Olsen, grand daughter of Lady 
jNIortimer. He was the founder of Cantoni iV Co.. 
Bankers, now called I'errcra c^- Co. 

(165) (54) Ambrose Kingsiand Travis was liorn and he married 
three times. 

There was no issue. 

(16G) (54) Charles Rogers Travis was horn on Nov. 2, 18(i], and 
died in Brooklyn. X. ^^, on Aug. 8, 1917. He married 
in Brooklyn, X. V., Mary Lace. 
Issue : 

Jennie (304) 

Alhert (805) 

(167) (54) Jennie Kingsiand Travis was horn on June 11, 1805. 

She married — 
1st. Lawrence. 

2nd. Alliert ^Vlexander Kingsiand, her second 
cousin, son of ^Vmhrose C. Kingsiand, one 
time Mayor of N^ew York City. 
There was no issue i)y first marriage. 
Issue hy second marriage: 
Alhert (306) 

Harry (307) 

(168) (54) Ada Clara Travis was horn on ^larch 26, 1868. She 

married — 
1st. Travis. 
2nd. On Xov. 3, 1887, William Lewis Lockwood. 

— 54 — 

Issue : 

Abbie (308) 

William (309) 

(169) (54) Harry Rogers Travis was born on July 26, 1871. He 

married : 

2nd. Helen Dorothy Mesteyer. 
There is no issue of this marriage. 

(170) (55) Catherine R. Morrill was born in New York City on 

September 3, 1835, and died in Salem Center, N. Y., 
on August 1, 1879. She married in Salem Center, N. 
Y., on June 18, 1873, James O. Eggleston. 
There was no issue. 

(171) (55) Marie Louise Morrill was born in New York City on 

March 13, 1837. She married in Newark, N. J., on 
April 26, 1860, Richard Montgomerj^ Stites. 
Issue : 

Richard (310) 

Montgomery (311) 

(172) (55) Frederick G. Morrill was born in New York City on 

January 18, 1842, and died in North Salem, N. Y., 
on August 5, 1884. He was unmarried. 

(173) (58) Evelyn M. Read was born in Ncav York City in 1848, 

and died in New York City on October 5, 1852. 

(174) (58) Gertrude E. Read was born in New York City on 

jNIay 7, 1849, and died in Brooklyn, N. Y., on June 
18, 1916. She married in Brooklyn, L. I., on April 
18, 1883, John K. Kellog. 

James (312) 

(175) (58) Oscar Read was born in New York City on December 

21, 1851. He married in New York City on June 14, 
1882, Annie S. Kinson. 
There is no issue. 

Oscar Read has been with John Boyle & Co. for 
many years, and is very prominent in church affairs. 

(176) (64) Benjamin Rogers was born in Washington, Bucks Co., 

— ss — 

Pa., on Feb. 22, 1860. lie married. lie is a successful 
Issue : 

William (.'Ji;j) 

Raymond (.'Jl-t) 

(177) (64) Edward Rogers was horn in Castle A'allcy, Hiieks Co., 

Pa., on July :i\, 1864., and died in Castle \"alley, in 
February, 1865. 

(178) (67) Samuel W. Horner was horn in W'armeister, Bucks 

Co., Pa., on .hine 28, 1858. He married on May 8, 
1873, JMartha .1. West. 

Charles (315) 

Horace (316) 

J. Rogers (317) 

(179) (67) Benjamin F. Horner was born in Warmeister, lineks 

Co., Pa., on October 16, 1857. He married on 
February 28, 1883, Mary Praul. 
There is no issue. 

(180) (67) Annie H. Horner was l)orn in Washinf^ton, Bucks Co., 

Pa., on June 4, ]8(n. and died in Natboror, Pa., on 
August 1, 1916. She married on January 17, 1884, 
Justice M. Walmsby. 
Issue : 

Eleanor (318) 

Elizabeth (319) 

(181) (67) Silas T. Horner was born at Warwick, Bucks Co., 

Pa., on September 21, 1870. He married on Feb. 
28, 1895, Sara L. Dobbins. 

Lillian (320) 

Benjamin (321) 

(182) (70) Mary H. Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., on 

August 24, 1862. She married in Dixon, Ills., on Aug. 
25, 1881, John Whiting. 
Issue : 

Charles (322) 

— 56 — 

Thomas (323) 

Harry (324) 

Lorenzo (325) 

Flora (326) 

(183) (70) Roscoe Concklin Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., 

on November 18, 1879. He married in Philadeli^hia, 
Pa., on Jmie 1, 190.5, Ada K. Burkey. 

There is no issue. 

(184) (74) Ella Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa., in 1862. 

She married in Kansas City, in 1885, Lewis J. Stui-gis, 
son of P. F. Sturgis. Lewis Sturgis was born in Cleai 
Lake, Iowa, and died in Oelevin, Iowa, on February 
20, 1911. 
Issue : 

Marian (327) 

Adelaide (328) 

(185) (75) Sophie Pugh Rogers was born in Doylestown, Pa. 

Slie is unmarried. 

(186) (78) Cara Rogers was born in Norristown, Pa., on ^lay 

22, 1859. She married on INIareh 28, 1894, Clarence 
L. Bleakley. Cara is a graduate of Elmira College, 
Class 1879. 
Issue : 

George (329) 

Paul (330) 

Clarence (331) 

(187) (78) David Ogden Rogers was born in Norristown, Pa., on 

June 4, 1860, and died on December 25, 1894. He 
was vmmarried. He was a graduate of Lafayette Col- 
lege, Class 1882, and was admitted to the bar in 1883. 

(188) (78) George Austin Rogers was born in Norristown, Pa., 

on September 14, 1866, and died in Norristown, Pa., 
on February 1, 1877. 

(189) (78) Jessie Bean Rogers was born in Norristown, Pa., on 

November 26, 1874. She married on May 31, 1898, 
John R. Van Campen. Jessie Rogers is a graduate 
of Elmira College, Class 1894. 







(190) (79) David Scott Rogers was lioni in IMiiladclphiu, Pa., on 

November 18, 18().5. lie iiiarricd in l'liila<kli)liia, I'a., 
oil Scpteiulifr 17, IHSt, Ann Xichols, (Iau<4litcr of 
W'illiaiu Nicliols. i\iin Nichols was horn in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on December 2"2, 1885. 
Issue : 

Edna (334) 

Ethel (333) 

Frank (336) 

Evelyn (337) 

IMary (338) 

(191) (79) Francis Kramer Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on April 10, 1868. lie is unmarried. Francis Kramer 
Ro.^crs was enoaoed in the wholesale cloth business 
in Philadelphia for twenty years. He is now a ranch 
owner in San Die^o Co., California. 

(192) (80) Emily HoUov/ell Hibbs was born in Berwick, Pa. She 

married on April 23, 1881', ]Miles Abbott Kelchner. 
Issue : 

IMary (339) 

Jessie (340) 

(193) (80) Georgia Rogers Hibbs was born in Pennsylvania. She 

married — 

1st. Harvey Palmer. 
2nd. jMorgens. 

Issue liy first marriage: 
Roger (341) 

There is no issue by second marriage. 

(194) (80) Cynthia Watson Hibbs was born in Pennsylvania. She 

married .John ^Vilson. 
Issue : 

Louis (342) 

Sarah (343) 

Thomas (344) 
David (34.5) 

— 58 — 

(195) (80) Walter Scott Hibbs was born in Mauch Chunk, Pa., 

on September 19, 1864. He married on January 20, 
1886, Elizabeth Wehner. 
Issue : 

Helen (346) 

Walter (347) 

Karl (348) 

(196) (89) John Marc White was born in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 

on January 7, 1850, and died in Toledo, Ohio, on Oct. 
6, 1893. He married in Athens, Ohio, on September 
12, 1876, Helen M. Lough, daughter of Thomas 
Lough of Columbus, Ohio. She was born in Columbus, 
Ohio, on June 21, 1854. John White changed his 
name to John Wheeler. 

Issue : 

Thomas (349) 
Isabel (350) 

(197) (89) Willis Austin Wheeler was born on September 19, 

1854, and died in Fremont, Ohio, on September 17, 
1920. He married Elizabeth Green. 
There was no issue. 

(198) (89) Austin Kent Wheeler was born in Belleview, Ohio., 

on August 4, 1856, and died in Grand Rapids, Mich., 
on January 15, 1900. He married on February 7, 
1883, Annie Falide Valentine, daughter of Charles 
Wesley Valentine. She Avas born in Plymouth, Mich., 
on August 12, 1861. Austin Kent Wheeler was in 
the wholesale grocery business. 


Helen (351) 

(199) (89) Mary Isabella Wheeler was born in Toledo, Ohio, on 

October 19, 1861. She married in London, England, 
on January 29, 1890, Walter Reed Woodford. He 
was born in Dunkirk, N. Y., on November 9, 1858. 
Issue : 

Walter (352) 

Isabelle (353) 

— 5Q — 

(200) (00) Daughter, married a Mr. Su])le. 

(201) (101) Susan Tennent Austin wiis honi in Texas on August 

11, 18(59, and died in Texas, on NovcnilK-r 24, 1869. 

(202) (101) LeRoy Willson Austin, 1). I). S., was horn in Madison, 

Ga., on Dtcenihtr 9, 1875. He married in Coiivers, 
Ga., on Deeemher 20, 190.'}, Cora Jones, daughter of 
W. M. Jones. She was horn in Temple, Cia., on 
Novemher 25, 1888. 

Issue : 

LeRoy (854) 

Anna (855) 

Wilh'am (856) 

(203 (101) Samuel Yates Austin was horn in Madison, (xa.. on 
July 21, 1877. lie married on Mareli 28, 1907, Maude 

Boring Jernigan. 

Issue : 







(204) (102) Colonel William Grafton Austin was born in Wood- 

lawn, Texas, on January 7, 1868. He married — 
1st. In Savannah, Ga., in 1887, Caroline J. Ratz. 
2nd. In Dyker Heights, N. Y., in 1908, Marie 

Shot well. 
3rd. In Washington, B.C., in 1918, a Miss Brooks. 
There was no issue hy first marriage. 
There was no issue hy seeond marriage. 
Issue by third marriage: 
Peggy (360) 

(205) (102) Andrew Yates Austin was born in Madison, Texas, 

on February 22, 1870. He married in Dallas, Texas, 
in 1909, Mary Agnes Mallory. 

Issue : 

Andrew (361) 

Mary (362) 

Georgia (363) 

— 60 — 

(206) (102) Susan Tennenl Austin was born in Galveston, Texas. 

She is unmarried. 

(207) (103) Mary Louise Austin was born in Toledo, Ohio, on 

February 75, 1876. She married — 

1st. In Toledo, Ohio, on June 10, 1902, Clarence 

Webster Raynor. 
2nd. In Detroit, 3Iich., on October 8, 1913, Dr. 

John S. Pyle, M.D. 

Issue bjr first marriage: 

Elenor (364) 

There is no issue by second marriage. 

(208) (103) Elizabeth Backus Austin was born in Toledo, Ohio, 

on October 24<, 1878. She married Arthur Howell. 

Issue : 

David (365) 

AndreAV (366) 

(209) (103) Margaret A. Austin v\'as born in Toledo, Ohio, on 

December 6, 1884. She married in Berlin, Germany, 
on May 28, 1909, Harold Frank Sheets. 

Issue : 

Emily (367) 

Elizabeth (368) 

Harold (369) 

Susanne (370) 

(210) (105) Isabelle Austin Avas born in Willoughbj% Ohio, on 

January 4, 1865. She married in Paris, France, on 
October 2, 1890, Dr. Charles Victor d'Orgeval du 
Bonchet, son of Charles August du Bonchet, son of 
]Mr. d'Orgeval, descendant of the noble family of 
d'Orgeval, with the title of Count. 

Dr. Charles Victor du Bonchet served as assistant 
surgeon through the Franco-Prussian War in the 
American Ambulance. Isabelle Austin du Bonchet, 
after her husband's death, came back to America and 
is the founder and INIanager of the La France Spring- 
Water Company of Toledo, Ohio. 

61 — 

Issue : 

Frank (;{71) 

Alfred (;i72) 

(211 ) (105) Mary Tracy Austin \v:is honi in W'illou^iihy, Ohio, mi 

March 25, 186(>. and died in Toledo, Ohio, on Nov. 
9, 1810. She married on Noveniher 28, 1887, iVrthnr 
^Vel.sley Sinclair lr\ine. son f)f Samuel Ramsey Irvine 
of County Antrim, Ireland. 

Mr. Arthur Irvine was horn in Sandusky, Ohio, on 
Novemher 4, 18(52, and graduated from 
Hif>h School in 1870. lie served as Cai)tain durinf>' 
Spanish American War, 10th Reg. O. V. T. He is 
now retail manager of the Willis Overland Company 
of St. Paul. 
Issue : 

Austin (373) 

Edwin (374) 

(212) (110) Susan Prescott Faxon was l)orn in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on Decemher 21, 1850, and dieil in Bridgeport, Conn., 
on August 3, 1915. She was unmarried. 

(213) (110) David Prescott Faxon was horn in Brooklyn, N. Y., 

on June 26, 1852, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., in 
:March, 1853. 

(214) (110) Mary Elizabeth Faxon was horn in Philadelphia., Pa., 

on March 4, 1854. She married in Bristleton, Pa., Lt. 

Colonel Alfred E. Latimer, V. S. A. 
Issue : 

Louis (375) 

Son (376) 

Son (377) 

Alfred (378) 

(215) (110) Nelson Smith Faxon was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on Septemher 30, 1857. He married in Fox Chase, 
Pa., on Decemher 28, 1880, Sarah E. Brooks, daughter 
of Thomas A. Brooks. 
There is no issue. 

Nelson Faxon has heen a most successful farmer. 

— 62 — 

owning and living on his grandfather David Prescott's 

(216) (110) Eugenie Louise Faxon w^as born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on June 30, 1859. She married in West Philadelphia, 
Pa., on February 5, 1895, Herbert M. Knapp, son 
of Captain Rufus Knapp. Herbert Knapp is a banker. 
There is no issue. 

(217) (110) Alfred Austin Faxon was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on November 2, 1863. He married in Philadelphia, 
Pa., in January, 1904, Margaret Ellen Johnson, 
daughter of Charles Johnson. 
Issue : 

Catherine (379) 

Alfred (380) 

David (381) 

(218) (111) Martha Prescott Crittenden was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., in 1853, and died about 1906. She married in 
Philadelphia, Pa., Peter Boyd, LL. D. 
Issue : 

Austin (382) 

Malcolm (383) 

(219) (112) Mary Augustus Post was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., on 

July 12, 1872. She married— 

1st. In Brooklyn, N. Y., on March 26, 1894, 

Herbert Mason Clapp. 
2nd. In New York City, N. Y., on June 22, 1904, 
Edward Mortimer Ward. 
Issue by first marriage: 
Mary (384) 

Herbert (385) 
Dorothy (386) 
Issue by second marriage: 
EdAvard (387) 
George (388) 

(220) (112) Augustus F. Post was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., on 

December 8, 1873. He is unmarried. 

He is founder member and Secretary of the Aero 

— 63 — 

Chil) of America. lie <}:ra<lii;it((l from Amherst Col- 
lege, Class 189"}, and alleiukd IlarvanI Law Seliool. 
lie was on the stage for three years siipixiitiiiy Ciuy 
Bates Post in "Omar, the Tent Maker." He was with 
Mr. Alan R. Ilawley when he won the (iordon Ben- 
nett Balloon Race in 1910, flyinf>- from St. Lonis to 
Labrador, 1971 miles in 4(> honrs. lie holds Amer- 
ican endurance balloon record of 48 hours as aide to 
C. B. Harmon in 1909. He was 13th to fly his own 
aeroplane in America. He is Secretary of the New 
York State Aviation Commission, and an authority, 
lecturer, and writer on aeronautics known in all 
countries of the world. He is author of the Curtiss 
Aviation Book and "Fall from the Sky". He was a 
Four INIinute Man durint"' the War and organizer of 
the Foreign Service Committee of the Aero Club of 

(221) (113) Mary Elizabeth Converse Austin was born in Norwich, 

Conn., on March 22, 188(5. She married — 

1st. In Nor\valk, Conn., in June, 1911, Alvin 

Ford IMiller. 
2nd. In Norwalk, Conn., on October, 1919, David 
Swing Starring. 
Issue by first marriage: 
Caroline (389) 
Elizabeth (390) 

There is no issue by second marriage. 

(222) (115) Cornelius Gaston was born on his father's plantation. 

Fort Bend Co., Texas, and died at the age of seven 
years. They called him "Buddie". 

(223) (115) Ann Gaston was born on her father's plantation. Fort 

Bend Co., Texas. She married in 1866, John R. 


Issue : 









64 — 

John (395) 

Edward (396) 

Carrie (397) 

Ann (398) 

Rebecca (399) 

Addie (400) 

(224) (118) Laura Austin Wood was born in Galveston, Texas, 

in 1871, and died in Galveston, Texas, in 1873. 

(225) (118) Austin Bertrand Wood was born in Galveston, Texas, 

in 1875. He married in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1911, 
Emma Simons. 

There is no issue. 

(226) (118) Thomas Heard Wood was born in Galveston, Texas, 

in 1879, and died in Galveston, Texas, in 1882. 

(227) (118) Julia Wood was born in Galveston, Texas, in 1882, 

and died in Galveston, Texas, in 1882. 

(228) (119) Grafton Tennent Austin. He married Caroline 


Eleanor (401) 
Grafton (402) 

(229) (119) Ann Austin. She married Charles R. Hayner. 

There is no issue. 

(230) (119) Bessie Austin. She is vmmarried. 

(231) (119) Martha Austin. She married William R. Sparrell. 

( 232 ) (119) Aline Ruth Austin. She married Dr. Willard Richard- 

son Cooke, M.D. 
Issue : 

Henry (403) 

(233) (119) Helen Austin. She married Victor Harrison Storey. 

Issue : 

William (404) 

(234) (126) William Austin Newton Avas born in Austin, Georgia, 

in 1888, and was drowned in gulf storm at Velasco, 
Texas, in 1915. 

— 65 — 

(235) (126) Dr. Edward P. Newton, was born in Austin, Gcorjfia, 

in 1890. lie married, on Deeeiiihcr 2;{, 1!)2(), Lucie 

(236) (126) Mary Adelle Newton was ])orn in Austin, Georgia, 

in 1892, and was drowned in f^uH' storm at Velasco, 
Texas, in 191.-). 

(237) (126) Dr. Walter Thomas Newton Mas horn in i\uslin, Ga., 

in 1894. 

He is imniarried. 

(238) (128) Mary Andruss was born at Fort Porter. Buffalo, X. 

v., on February 7, 1869. She marrird at l-'ort Hamil- 
ton, Brooklyn. X. V., on Xoveniber 10, 1892, Wil- 
liam E. Otto. 

John (40.5) 

Elizabeth (406) 

(239) (128) Jennie Pratt Andruss was horn in Saeketts Harbor, 

N. Y., on October 14, 1871. She married at Fort 
Hamilton, Brooklyn, X\ Y., on June 8, 1892, Lieut. 
Oscar Straub, U. S. A. Oscar Straub is now a colonel 
in IT. S. A. 

Oscar (407) 

Dorothy (408) 

Theodore (409) 

(240) (128) Willis Austin Andruss was born in Baltimore, Md., 

on April 4, 1876. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
April 3, 1920, Elizabeth Spelbrink. 
There is no issue. 

(241) (128) Captain Malcolm P. Andruss, U.S.A., was born in 

X^ew port, K. I., on July 10, 1881 ; he married in Corn- 
ing, X\ Y., on December 9, 1903, Georgia Pike. 
Issue : 

Ethel (410) 

(242) (129) William Tracy McDowell was born in X^orwich, 

Conn., on August 26, 1860, and died in Xew York 
City, X. Y., on June 11, 1876. 

— 66 — 

(243) (129) Frank Hiltzheimer McDowell was born in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on January 9, 1862, and died on February 
12, 1883. Tie married in Boston, Mass., on January 
16, 1883, Julia Maxwell. 

Tracy (411) 

{245) (130) Elizabeth Hov/ard McDowell was born in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on November 28, 1863, and died in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on July 25, 1865. 

(246) (130) Margaretta Montgomery McDowell Avas born in Phila- 

delphia, Pa., on July 28, 1866, and died in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on December 31, 1866. 

(247) (130) Martha Austin McDowell was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., on May 1st, 1868. She is unmarried. 

(248) (131) Jennie Berlin McDowell was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., in June, 1867, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
April 4, 18^9. She married January 14, 1899, Charles 
Edward Bell. 


Charles (412) 

(249) (131) Marcella Edward McDowell was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., in November, 1869. He married in Phila., Pa., 
on March 15, 1892, Anna Louise Keyser. 

Issue : 

Marcellus (413) 
Anna (414) 

(250) (131) Martha Blakiston McDov/ell was born in Phila., Pa.. 

on JMarch 18, 1873. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on February 28, 1904, William J. McLaughlin. 

Issue : 

Marcellus (415) 

Jane (416) 

William (417) 

(251) (131) Mary Francis McDowell was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., in December, 1875. She married in Philadelphia, 
Pa., on March 28, 1894, Florence J. Heppe. 

— 67 — 

Issue : 

Marcelhis (418) 
Francis (41!>) 

(252) (138) Elizabeth Vanuxem Cochran was horn in Chicago, 

111., on May 12, 18!)4, and died in Chica.i^o, III., on 
()ctol)er 19, 18!)9. 

(253) (133) John Lewis Cochran, Jr., was born in Chicago, 111., 

on December (i, 189(». lie is engaged to be niairied 
on JiMie 23, 1921, to Eleanor Peabody IJrnsli, daughter 
of Murray Peabody Brush. 

He is a Senior at Princeton, and graduated in June, 
1921. He volunteered for the war during his fresh- 
man year and was nuistered out after the Armistice 
was signed. 

(254) (133) Lewis Vanuxem Cochran was born in Chicago, 111., 

on May 31, 1903. 

(255) (134) Emily Austin was born in Chicago, 111., in 1882. She 

married in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1908, Dr. Isaac Jones, 
JNI.D., son of Isaac II. Jones. 


Sanuiel (420) 

(256) (135) Florence Watson was born in Philadeljjhia, Pa. 

(257) (135) Elizabeth Watson was born in Philadelphia, Pa. She 

married in Philadelphia, Pa., a ]Mr. Brown. 

(258) (135) Austin Watson was born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

(259) (136) Harvey Malcolm was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and 

died there several years ago. He married. 
There was no issue. 

(260) (139) Bertie Clarkson was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and 

died several years ago. He married, but there was 
no issue. 

(261) (140) Austin Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1878, 

and died in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1885. 

(262) (140) George Dunbar Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

— 68 — 

He married in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 30th, 1900, 
Averda Heppe. 

Issue : 

George (421) 
Livingston (422) 

(263) (140) Helen Louise Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

She is unmarried. 

( 264 ) (140) Rebecca Austin Shewell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on June 25, 1893. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., 
Horatio N. Bradshaw. 

Issue : 

Laura (423) 

Thomas (424) 

(26.5) (140) William Irvin Shewell, Jr., was born in Philadelphia, 
Pa., on September 19, 1894. He is unmarried. 

(266) (141) Charles Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Nov- 

ember 21, 1869. He is unmarried. 

(267) (141) Evan T. Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Jan. 

13, 1875. He man-ied in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 
28, 1899, Lucy Miller. 

Issue : 

Dorothy (425) 

(268) (141) William Shewell Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on iMarch 3, 1876. He married in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on October 18, 1899, Alice James, daughter of Joshua 
Gilbert James. 

Issue : 

Frances (426) 

(269) (143) Willis Phipps Austin was born in Norwich, Conn., 

on October 21, 1903. 

(270) (143) Malcolm Huntington Austin was born in Norwich, 

Conn., on March 19, 1907. 

(271) (145) Annie Monroe West was born at Kilkenny, Colonels 

— 69 — 

Island, Gn., on October 17, ISoH, and died in Macon, 
Ga., on March 27, 1910. She was unmarried. 

(272) (145) Katherine West was horn at Kilkenny, Colonels Is- 

land, Ga., and died there in infancy. 

(273) (14.5) Elizabeth West was born in Colonels Island., Ga., and 

died there in infancy. 

(274) (145) Joseph Jones West., .Jr., was born in Georgia, and 

died there in infancy. 

(275) (145) Frank Bartow West was born in Savannah, Ga., in 

February, 18()!). lie married in ^Nlaeon, (ia., in Nov. 
189(), Ruth Tinsley, daughter of Addison Kees Tins- 
ley, who served in the Confederate i\rmy on (ien. 
Longstreet's Staff. Ruth Tinsley was born in Macon, 
Ga., in August, 1872. 


Addison (427) 

Francis (428) 

Anna (429) 

Joseph (4.-30) 

(276) (146) Caroline Matilda Stiles was born in Savannah, Ga., 

in 1857, and died in Savannah, Ga., in 1859. 

(277) (146) Samuel W. Stiles, INI.D., was born in Savannah, Ga., 

on August 5, 1858. He married in Atlanta, Ga., on 
April 16, 1885, Georgia Virginia Jacob, daughter 
of Capt. T. O. Jacob. She was born in Forsyth, Ga. 


Samuel (431) 
Agnes (432) 

(278) (146) Margaret Verhon Stiles Avas born in Savannah, Ga., 

in 1859, and died in Savannah, Ga., in 1859. 

(279) (147) Fraser Rogers Grant was born in Savannah, Ga. He 

married in Tennessee, in 1889, Anna May Boose. 

Issue : 

Jackson (433) 
Katherine (434) 

— 70 — 

(280) (147) Mary Rose Grant was born in Savannah, Ga. She 

is unmarried. 

(281) (147) Caroline Stiles Grant was born in Savannah, Ga. She 

married in Ashville, N. C, on April 8, 1903, Alex- 
ander INIachan Sinclair. 

Issue : 









(282) (147) Georgia Woodford Grant was born in Savannah, Ga., 

and died in the South. She was unmarried. 

(283) (147) Annie Munroe Grant was born in Savannah, Ga. She 

married in Ashville, N. C, on October 7, 1909, James 
Benedict Huntington. 

Issue : 

James (439) 

Georgia (440) 

(284) (150) Julia Erwin was born in Hartford, Conn., in 1884. 

She married Martin Miller. 

Issue : 

Sylvia (441) 

(285) (150) Robert Erwin was born in Hartford, Conn., in 1889. 

He married. There is no issue. 

(286) (151) Charles Willets Rogers Sherwood was born in Man- 

hasset, L. I., on May 5, 1872. He married in Herrick, 
L. I., on November 4, 1896, Lucretia O. Powell. 


Sarah (442) 

Isaac (443) 

Elizabeth (444) 

(287) (151) Mary Martha Sherwood was born in Manhasset, L. I., 

on March 9, 1874. She married in INIanhasset, L. I., 
on November 20, 1894, Charles O. Conklin. 


Issue : 







(288) (158) Joseph Knowlton Whealley was horn in Ihc West. 

He married W^anchi Hayes. 

Issue : 

William (448) 

(289) (158) Auinton Rogers Wheatley was born in the West. He 

is immarried. 

(290) (160) Edith AHne de Beixedon was hoiii in Brooklyn. X. \ ., 

on Deeemher 10. 1884. She married in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in .Tune. IDKi, Ota Edwin Barnes. 

Issue : 

Muriel (449) 

(291) (160) Marie Louise de Beixedon was horn in Brooklyn, 

N. v., on Deeemher 20, 1886, and died in Brooklyn. 
N. v.. on .Tune 11, 1891. 

(292) (160) Bennett de Beixedon was horn in Brooklyn, X. Y., in 

INIareh, 1889. He is unmarried. 

(29;5) (160) Miriam de Beixedon was horn in Brooklyn, X". Y., on 
INIareh, 1894. She married in Brooklyn, X. Y., on 
July, 1916, Ernest Penfield. 

Issue : 

Madeline (450) 

(294) (160) Sarah Bennett de Beixedon was horn in Brookhni, 

N. Y., on Octoher 14, 1899. She is unmarried. 

(295) (160) Daniel Kingsland de Beixedon was horn in Brooklyn. 

N. Y., on Octoher 14. 1899, and died in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., in 1900. 

(296) (160) Daniel Kingsland de Beixedon Mas horn in l^rook- 

lyn, N. Y. 

(297) (163) Florentine Therese Coombs was horn in lirooklyn, 

X. Y., on September 29, 1886. She married in I'asa- 

— 72 — 

dena, Cal., on September 9, 1911, George Lawrence 

Issue : 

Florantine (451) 

(298) (163) Edward Coombs was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., on 

September 16, 1888. He married on September 16, 
1914, Elsie Soden. 

Issue : 

Cornelius (452) 

Charles (453) 

Peter (454) 

(299) (164) Olive Cantoni de Beixedon was born in Brooklyn, 

N. Y., on May 23, 1895, and died in Brooklyn, N. Y., 
on December 18, 1899. 

(300) (164) Edward Francis Fremaux de Beixedon, Jr., Avas born 

in Brooklyn, N. Y., on August 27, 1897. 

(301) (164) Philip Cantoni de Beixedon was born in Brooklyn, 

N. Y., on July 19, 1900. 

(302) (164) Edna Berenice de Beixedon was born in Pasadena, 

Cal., on December 5, 1902. 

(303) (164) Francis Kingsland de Beixedon was born in Brooklyn, 

N. Y., on May 13, 1914. 

(304) (166) Jennie Kingsland Travis was born on November 13, 

1880, and died in 1913. She married. 
There was no issue. 

(305) (166) Albert Kingsland Travis was born in 1883, and died 

in 1894. 

(306) (167) Albert Alexander Harrold Kingsland Avas born on 

January 18, 1893. He married Cynthia Claudia Hurd. 

Issue : 

Alva (455) 

Cynthia (456) 

(307) (167) Harry Charles Spencer Kingsland Avas born on May 

2, 1895. He married. 

— 73 — 

Issue : 

Harry (457) 

(308) (108) Abbe Genevieve LocUwood v.-ns Lorn on Xo\(.iiii)CT 

11, 1890. She is unni:inic(l. 

(309) (168) William Lewis Halsey Lockwood was horn on INIarch 

31, 189G. lie was an Ensi<4n in the V. S. Na\ v (hn-- 
ing the World War. 

(310) (171) Richard Wane Stites was horn in Morristown, X. J., 

on March 8, 18(!1. He is unmarried. 

(311 ) (171 ) R. Montgomery Stites was horn in IMorristown, \. J., 

on April 12, 1803, and died in Morristown, N. J., on 
Septemher 30, 1870. 

(312) (174) James Read Kellog was horn in Brooklyn, N. \'., on 

July 24, 1885. He married in Erooklyn, N. \ ., in 
1905, aiary B. 

Issue : 

Mary (458) 

Doris (459) 

(313) (170) William D. Rogers was horn in Furlong, Pa., on 

March 23, 1880. He married in Furlong, Pa., Helen 
H. Reed. 

Issue : 

Francis (400) 

(314) (176) Raymond W. Rogers was horn in Furlong, Pa., on 

Fehruary 12, 1897. He is unmarried. 

(315) (178) Charles Thompson Horner was horn in Norristown, 

^lontgomery Co., Pa., on Feh. 20, 1874. He married 
in Philadelphia, Pa., on April 10, 1901, Ida M. Cloke, 
daughter of Dr. Henry L. Cloke. She was horn in 
Philadelphia, Pa., on Octoher 30, 1876. 

Issue : 

Samuel (401) 
Charles (462) 

(316) (178) Horace B. Horner was horn in Xorristown. ^lont- 

gomery Co., Pa., on June 11, 1875, and died in Phila- 


delphia, Pa., on June 5, 1909. He married in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on January 26, 1899, Elizabeth F. 
Wiltse, daughter of B. F. Wiltse. 

Issue : 

Edith (463) 

Mildred (464) 

(317) (178) J. Rogers Horner was born in Norristown, Mont- 

gomery Co., Pa., on January 12, 1877. He married 
in Philadelphia, Pa., on November 15, 1899, Louisa 
Hughes, daughter of Henry Hughes of Vineland, N. J. 

Issue : 

Arthur (465) 

(318) (180) Eleanor H, Walmsley was born in Pa., on Februarj'^ 

26, 1885, and died in Xatboro, Montgomery Co., Pa., 
on July 3, 1913. She was unmarried. 

(319) (180) Elizabeth Walmsley was born in Pa., on Januarj' 12, 

1891. She married in Natboro, IMontgomery Co., 
Pa., on April 10, 1912, Ralph Wilson. 
There is no issue. 

(320) (181) Lillian Dobbins Horner was born in Pa., on November 

25, 1901, and died in Doylestown, Pa., on March 14, 
1918. She was unmarried. 

(321) (181) Benjamin F. Horner was born in Pa., on August 

11, 1905. 

(322) (182) Charles De Witt Whiting was born in La Moille, 111., 

on June 24, 1883. He married in Junction City, 
Kansas, on February 14, 1905, Gertrude Heinz. 


Norma (466) 

Charles (467) 

(323) (182) Thomas Clarence Whiting was born in La Moille, 111., 

on November 25, 1884. He married in iNIendota, 111., 
on February 14, 1909, Cathryn Easter. 
There is no issue. 

(324) (182) Harry Rogers Whiting was born in La Moille, 111., on 

October (5, 188(). lie iiianied in Miiidcii, Louisiana, 
oil .TiiiR- 10, 1912, Mae Myers. There is no issue. 

(325) (182) Lorenzo Dow Whiting was horn in La Moiile, 111., 

on May l."J, 188!). 

(326) (182) Flora Mae Whiting was horn in La Moille, 111., on 

February 13, 1803. She married in Salt Lake City, 
Utah, on August 18, IDKi, Robert Alexander. 

Issue : 

Robert (-108) 

(327) (18-i) Marian Sturgis was born in Washington, D. C, in 

1887. She married in Lynehburg, Va., on June 2.5, 
1912, John A. Baden. John Baden was born in 

Issue : 

John (469) 

JNIarian (470) 

Elizabeth (471) 

(328) (184) Adelaide Sturgis was born in Washington, D. C, in 

1891. She is unmarried. 

(329) (186) George Rogers Bleakley. 

(330) (186) Paul Latant Bleakley. 

(331) (186) Clarence Hiltzheimer Bleakley, 

(332) (189) Mary Elizabeth Van Campen was born in Elmira, 

N. v., on :Mareh 4. 1899. 

(333) (189) Cara Rogers Van Campen was born in Elmira, N. V., 

on Mareh 11, 1901. 

(334) (190) Edna Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on July 

28, 1887. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 
25, 1919, Russell T. Savage, son of J. Howard Savage 
of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Issue : 

Russell (472) 

(335) (190) Ethel Rogers was born in Piiiladelphia, Pa., on Oct. 

14, 1892. She married in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 


(336) (190) 



(341) ( 


(342) ( 


(343) ( 


(344) ( 


(345) ( 










11, 1912, Chauncey Smith, Jr., son of Chauncey 

Issue : 

Chauncey (473) 

Frank Jacob Hiltzheimer Rogers was born in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on December 5, 1895. He married in 
Philadelphia, Pa., on January 10, 1914, Ida May 
Hamilton, daughter of Robert Hamilton of Phila. 

Issue : 

Frank (474) 

Edwin (475) 

Evelj^ Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 
15, 1900. She is unmarried. 

Mary Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Feb. 

20, 1907. She is unmarried. 

Mary Hiltzheimer Kelchner was born in Pa., on June 

21, 1885, and died in Pa., on April 29, 1891. 

Jessie Edwina Kelchner was born in Pa., on April 29, 
1891. She married on January 5, 1910, John Thomas 

Issue : 

Walter (476) 
Emily (477) 

Roger Palmer was born in Pa. 

Louis Wilson. 

Sarcih Wilson. 

Thomas Wilson. 

David Wilson. 

Helen Mary Hibbs was born on August 11, 1888, 
and died on September 17, 1889. 

Walter Henry Hibbs was born on February 4, 1889. 

Karl Joseph Hibbs was born on September 23, 1890. 

Thomas Lough Wheeler was born in Toledo, Ohio, 


on July 27, 1877, and dii'd in Toledo, Ohio, on May 
12, 1894. 

(350) (19G) Isabel Wheeler was born in Toledo, Oln'o, on August 

18, 1882. She iiiairicd in Cleveland, Ohio, on ^Vu^. 
18, 1915, Dr. David Lawrence Ikldino-, .M.D., son of 
Charles Walter lielding and Kllinor Frost. 

Issue : 

Helen (478) 

P^Uinor (479) 

Elizabeth (480) 

(351) (198) Helen Maro Wheeler was born in Toledo, Ohio, on 

November 12, 1883. She married in Grand Ixapids, 
JNlichigan, on January 5, 1910, George Phelps JJer- 
key, son of Charles Henry Berkey. 

Issue : 

Stephen (481) 

George (482) 

Anne (483) 

Walter DeWitt Woodford Mas born in Pittsburgh, 
Pa., on April 22, 1904. 

Isabelle Susanae Woodford was born in Pittsburgh, 
Pa., on February 2, 1908. 

LeRoy Willson Austin, Jr., was born in Atlanta, Ga., 
on October 5, 1904. 

Anna Gertrude Austin was born in Atlanta, Ga., on 
October 31, 1908. 

William Preston Austin was born in INIanchester, Ga., 
on November 14, 1916. 

Andrew Yates Austin was born on June 30, 1908. 

Miriam Austin was born on November 27, 1909. 

John Paul Austin was born on July 14, 1915. 

Peggy Grafton Austin was born in 1919. 

Andrew Yates Austin, Jr., was born in Houston, Tex., 
on July 28, 1910. 












































Mary Agnes Austin was born in Houston, Texas, in 
September, 1913. 

Georgia Grafton Austin was born in Houston, Texas, 
in October 1914. 

Elenor Raynor was born in Toledo, Ohio, on January 
28, 1906. 

David Austin Howell was born in Detroit, Michigan, 
on April 30, 1905. 

Andrew Howell was born in Toledo, Ohio, on Sep- 
tember 3, 1908. 

Emily Katherine Shuts was born in Paris, France, 
on March 18, 1908. 

Elizabeth Margaret Shuts was born in Toledo, Ohio, 
on August 13, 1909. 

Harold Frank Shuts, Jr., was born in Paris, France, 
on February 24, 1913. 

Suzanne Austin Shuts was born in Toledo, Ohio, on 
October 27, 1918. 

Frank Barton du Bonchet was born on July 7, 1891. 
He is unmarried. He went to the Agricultural School 
of Geneva, Switzerland. He served for tAvo j^ears in 
the World War, and is now carrying on the develop- 
ment of a choice apple orchard in the United States. 

Alfred Victor du Bonchet was born on May 27, 1893. 
He is unmarried. 

Austin Sinclair Irvine was born on November 23, 
1890. He married in July, 1917, Laura Adelaide 
Christman. She died in February, 1920. 
There was no issue. 
Austin Irvine was 2d Lieutenant in the World War, 
and is a graduate of the University of Michigan. 

(374) (211) Edwin Victor Irvine was born on October 19, 1896. 
He is unmarried, and was a student in the University 
of Michigan when the World War broke out, and he 

— 79 — 

then enlisted in the Naval A\iati(iii and was irtind 
as 1st Class Quarlciniaster. 

(375) (214) Alfred Eugene Latimer, dr.. was liorn in IMiiladelpln'a, 

I'a., on .May 2, 1881. He died in Hion.willc, \. ^'., 
on Fehniary 9, 188:5. 

(376) (214.) Captain Louis L. Latimer, I '.S.A., was hoiii in Pliila- 

(klpliia, I*a., on Septrndier 17, 188(1. He is unmar- 
ried. He graduated IVoin the l'ni\ersity of Pennsyl- 
vania and served in the I '. S. iVrniy in the World War 
as a Captain. lie is now a Cajjtain in the l^egular 

(378) (214) Alfred Faxon Latimer was horn in Philadel])hia, Pa., 

on January 11, 1884. He married in Bronxville. 
N. Y., on June 25, 1912, Jane Plant, daughter of 
Henry W. Plant. 


Mary (484) 

He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania 
and was a Ist Lieutenant, U. S. A., in the \\'orI(l War. 

(379) (217) Catherine Simpson Faxon was horn in Media, Pa., 

in 19()(>. 

(380) (217) Alfred Austin Faxon, Jr., was horn in Media, Pa., 

in 1907. 

(381) (217) David Prescott Faxon was horn in Media, Pa., 

in 1908. 

(882) (218) Austin Boyd was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., on July 

13, 1890. He married in Lansdowne, Pa., on Nov. 4, 
1914, ]Mary Ogden, daughter of J. Ilerhert Ogden. 

Issue : 

Au.stin (485) 

(883) (218) Malcolm Boyd was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., on h'eh. 

18, 1898, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., in April, 1909. 

(884) (219) Mary Eunice Clapp was horn in Germantown, Pa.. 

on May 27, 1895. She married in Xew York City on 
March 28, 1917, Bradish Johnson Carroll, Jr. 
There is no issue. 

— 80 — 

(385) (219) Herbert Mason Clapp was born in Germantown, Pa., 

on March 10, 1897. 

(386) (219) Dorothy Post Clapp was born in Germantown, Pa., 

on January 17, 1899. She married in New York City 
on March 31, 1921, Van H. Cartmell, Jr. 

(387) (219) Edward Mortimer Ward, Jr., was born in New York 

City, N. Y., on July 6, 1906. 

(388) (219) George Edgar Ward was born in New York City, on 

May 24, 1908. 

(389) (221) Caroline May Miller was born in Norwalk, Conn., 

about 1910. 

(390) (221) Elizabeth Austin Miller was born in Norwalk, Conn., 

about 1911. 

(391) (223) Hudson Gaston Castleton was born in Texas, on 

September 6, 1867, and died in Texas, on March 4, 
1918. He was mimarried. 

(392) (223) Maria Louise Castleton was born in Texas, on April 

10, 1869, and died in Texas on January 28, 1872. 

(393) (223) Thomas Henry Castleton was born in Texas on Jan. 1, 

1871. He married in Texas, on December 23, 1893, 
Isabelle demons. 

Issue : 

John (486) 

Thomas (487) 
Edward (488) 
James (489) 

(394) (223) Janette Ennis Castleton was born in Texas, on Nov. 

29, 1872, and died on September 5, 1909. She mar- 
ried on February 14, 1893, Judge William T. Hill. 


Jacob (490) 

John (491) 

Innes (492) 

(395) (223) John Rutland Castleton was born in Texas, on Jan. 

— 81 — 

17. ISTC. He niarricd on .lime 8, IDOl, InK.ocnc 






(396) (223) Edward Ligon Castleton \v;is l)oi-ii in Texas, on Auj;-. 

17, 1878, and died on April 2, 1881. 

(397) (223) Carrie Castleton was horn in Texas, on Octoher 2, 

1880, and (Hed on INIay 1, 1881. 

(398) (223) Ann Louise Castleton was horn in Texas on May 17, 

1882. She married on Noveniher 12, 1902, Luke 
F. Dial. 








(399) (223) Rebecca Irene Castleton was horn in Texas, on June 

17, 1885. She married on April 29, 1908, Juhan J. 

Issue: ■. 

Julian (498) 

Ann (499) 

(400) (223) Addie Justine Castleton was horn in Texas, on .Ian. 19. 

1899. She married on June 4, 1908, John W. E/.elle. 


John (500) 

(401) (228) Eleanor Austin. 

(402) (228) Grafton Tennent Austin, Jr. 

(403) (232) Henry Austin Cooke. 

(404) (233) William Austin Storey. 

(405) (238) John Otto, 3rd, was horn in Buffalo, X. V.. on De- 

cemher 3, 1894. 

(406) (238) Elizabeth Otto was born in Buffalo, on May 19. 1898. 

— 82 — 

(407) (239) Oscar Andruss Straub was born at Fort Hamilton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y., on Dec. 18, 1893. He married 
Helen Boyer in Salt Lake City, Utah, on June 22, 
1918. There is no issue. 

(408) (239) Dorothy Jeannie Straub was born in Pittsburgh, on 

Sept. 9, 1898. 

(409) (239) Theodore Frederick Straub was born on Oct. 29, 1900. 

(410) (241) Ethel Roland Andruss was born at Fort Hamilton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y., on Feb. 12, 1907. 

(411) (243) Tracy McDowell was born on Oct. 24, 1883, and died 

on July 24, 1884. 

(412) (248) Charles Edward Bell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on Oct. 5, 1893. He married in 1918 Doris Robin- 
son of Bangor, INIaine. 
There is no issue. 

(413) (249) Marcellus Edward McDowell, Jr., was born in Phila- 

delphia, Pa., on Feb. 23, 1893. He married — 

1st: Grace Malcolm. 

2nd: Carrie Courtney Shriver, on June 26, 1920. 

There Avas no issue by first marriage. 
There is no issue by second marriage. 

(414) (249) Anna Louise McDowell was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on Jan. 29, 1896. She married on July 3, 1916, 
Lieut. Howes Bodfish, U. S. N. 
There is no issue. 

(415) (250) Marcellus Hood McLaughlin was born in Phila., Pa., 

on Nov. 6, 1894. He married on Dec. 31, 1918, 
Allice K. Gilbert. 

Issue : 

Marcellus (501) 

(416) (250) Jane Berlin McLaughlin was born in Philadelphia, 

Pa., on Nov. 6, 1894. She married on June 3, 1919, 
John Spence Timmons. 

Issue : 

Jane (502) 

— 83 

(417) (250) William J. McLaughlin was burn in rhiladclpliia, I'a., 
on September 22, 1904. 

Marcellus McDowell Heppe was born in Phila., I'a. 






























Francis Virginia Heppe was l)orn in Philadelphia, Pa. 
She married Lincoln Alan Passmore. 

Issue : 

Lincoln (503) 

Samuel Austin Jones was born in Philadclpliia, Pa., 
in 1911. 

George Dunbar Shewell, Jr., was born in Philadelphia. 
Pa., on Sept. 11, 1901. 

Lennington Heppe Shewell was born in Philadelphia. 
Pa., on Oct. 23, 1909. 

Laura Jane Bradshaw was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 
in 1913. 

Thomas Irvine Bradshaw was born in Philadelphia, 
Pa., in 1916. 

Dorothy Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on March 
1, 1903. 

Frances Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on 
August 28, 1902. 

Addison Tinsley West was born in INIacon, Ga., 
in 1897. 

Francis Bartow West, Jr., was born in Macon, Ga., 
on Dec. 31st, 1898. 

Anna Munroe West was born in Macon, Ga., in 1901. 

Joseph Woodford West was born in Macon, Ga., 
in 1910. 

Samuel Vernon Stiles was born in Atlanta, Ga., on 
Sept. 26, 1887. He is unmarried. 

Agnes Jacob Stiles was born in Atlanta, Ga., on 
Aug. 15, 1889. She married in Atlanta, Ga., on Aug. 
15, 1918, Frederick A. Jones, son of Shepard Allan 
Jones. There is no issue. 

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Jackson Rogers Grant was born in the South. 

Katherine Rogers Grant was born in the South. 

Alexander Machan Sinclair, Jr., was born in Char- 
lotte, N. C, in 1904. 

Hugh Fraser Sinclair was born in Ashville, N. C, 
in 1906. 

Caroline Grant Sinclair was born in ]Memphis, Tenn., 
and died in Memphis, Tenn., in 1916. 

Laura Davidson Sinclair was born in Charlotte, N. C, 
and died in Charlotte, N. C, in 1918. 

James Benedict Huntington, Jr. 

Georgia Rogers Huntington. 

Sylvia Miller was born in Hartford, Conn., in 1911. 

Sarah Sherwood was born in Great Neck, L. I., on 
Feb. 1, 1898. She married Crag Skillman. 

Issue : 

Catherine (504) 

Isaac Powell Sherwood was born in Manhasset, L. I., 
on July 25, 1900. 

Elizabeth Sherwood was born in Manhasset, L. I., 
on May 19, 1905. 

Edwin Willits Conklin was born in Bridgeport, L. I., 
on Aug. 7, 1895. 

Sarah Sherwood Conklin was born in Manhasset, L.I.. 
on Nov. 1, 1897. She married. 

Morris Rogers Concklin was born in Bridgeport, L.I., 
on Dec. 10, 1900. 

William Hayes Wheatley was born in the West. 

Muriel de Beixedon Barnes Avas born in Brooklyn, 
N. Y., on Oct. 27, 1920. 

(450) (293) Madeline de Beixedon Penfield was born in Brooklyn, 

N. Y., in Feb. 1918. 















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(451) (297) Florantine Louise Stimson was liorn in Pasadena, 

Cal., on Sept. 5, lOl.'J. 

(452) (298) Cornelius Kingsland Coombs was horn in Xcw ^'o^k 

City, oil Sept. 14, 19I.->. 

(453) (298) Charles Soden Coombs was Iiorii in New Vork City 

oil Feb. l.-i, 1918. 

(454) (298) Peter Anderson Coombs was horn in \e\v Vork City, 

in 1919. 

(455) (306) Alva Jennie Elizabeth Kingsland was horn on .June 

26, 1912. 

(456) (306) Cynthia Claudia Kingsland was born on January 

16, 1919. 

(457) (307) Harry Albert Kingsland was horn on Dec. 12, 1918. 

(458) (312) Mary B. Kellog was born in Brooklyn, X. V., on 

June 24, 1906. 

(459) (312) Doris Read Kellog was born in Brooklyn, X. V., on 

Aug. 17, 1907. 

(460) (313) Francis R. Rogers was horn on Nov. 17, 1918. 

(461 ) (315) Samuel Watson Horner was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 

on Sept. 30, 1907. 

(462) (315) Charles Thompson Horner was born in Doylestown, 

Pa., on May 6, 1916. 

(463) (316) Edith Kline Horner was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on 

Dec. 4, 1900. She married in Philadelphia, Va.. on 
Jan. 28, 1919, John F. Iluldeen. 

Issue : 

Elizabeth (506) 

(464) (316) Mildred Chick Horner was born in Philadc!])hia. Pa., 

on January 24, 1904. 

(465) (317) Arthur Horner was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on 

Aug. 14, 1900. He is unmarried. 

(466) (322) Norma Whiting was horn in LalNIoille, 111., on April 

17, 1906. 



























> (350) 


) (350) 


) (351) 


) (351) 


) (351) 


) (378) 


) (382) 

Charles DeWitt Whiting, Jr., was born in Elkhart, 
Ind., on Dec. 4, 1916. 

Robert Alexander was born in Columbus, Ohio, on 
Sept. 17, 1920. 

John A. Baden, Jr., was born in Washington, D. C. 

Marian Louise Baden was born in Richmond, Va. 

Elizabeth Baden was born in Richmond, Va. 

Russell T. Savage, Jr., was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on Xov. 8, 1920. 

Chauncey Smith, 3rd, was born in Merchantville, 
N. J., on Oct. 11, 1912. 

Frank Jacob Hiltzheimer Rogers, Jr., was born in 
Philadelphia, Pa., on June 27, 1915. 

Edwin Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on Sept. 
6, 1918. 

Walter Edwin Lewis Avas born on July 30, 1910. 

Emily Gwendolyn Lewis was born on July 16, 1916. 

Helen Wheeler Belding was born in Boston, Mass., 
on Dec. 8, 1916. 

Ellinor Frost Belding was born in Boston, Mass., on 
May 27, 1918. 

Elizabeth Suzanne Belding was born in Boston, Mass., 
on Jan. 30, 1921. 

Stephen Phelps Berkey was born in Wisconsin Rapids, 
Wis., on May 13, 1912. 

George Valentine Berkey was born in Wisconsin 
Rapids, Wis., on June 30, 1914. 

Anne Berkey was born in Appleton, Wisconsin, on 
April 21, 1918. 

Mary Elizabeth Latimer was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on June 12, 1913. 

Austin Boyd, Jr., was born on Aug. 23, 1915. 

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John Martin Castleton was horn in Texas, on Oct. 28. 
1894, and ditd on An^. ir,, 1898. 

Thomas Austin Castleton was horn in Texas, on 
iNlarc'li 28, 1897. lie is niiinarritd. 

Edward Ligon Castleton was lioiii in Texas, on July 
29. 1899. He is unmarried. 

James Ruthland Castleton was horn in Texas on July 
6, 1902. 

Jacob Castleton Hill was horn on Sept. 22, 1894. He 
married Dorothy W'esterman. 

Issue : 

Nettie (507) 
Marie (508) 

John Gaston Hill was horn on March 8, 1897. He 
married Alary IJelle Hilhot. There is no issue. 

Innes William Hill was horn on Nov. 10, 1900. He 
is unmarriecL 

John Vallie Castleton was horn in Texas, on Ai)ril 
8, 1905. 

Hudson Whitfield Castleton was horn in Texas on 

June 7. 1917. 

Louis Harold Dial was horn on March 22, 1906. 

Sarah Ruth Dial was horn on April 30, 1908. 

Louise Dial was horn on June 30, 1910. 

Julian B. McKibbon was horn on Dec. 25, 1911. 

Ann Cathryn McKibbon. 

John Castleton Ezelle was horn on June 5, 1909. 

Marcellus Hood McLaughlin, Jr., was horn in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., on xMareh 5, 1920. 

Jane Spence Timmons was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., 
on Oct. 7, 1920. 

Lincoln Alan Passmore, Jr., was born in Philadelphia, 
Pa., on Sept. 18, 1919. 

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(504) (442) Catherine Sherwood Skillman was born in Manhas- 

set, L. I., on June 17, 1919. 

(505) (463) Elizabeth Huldun was born in Philadelphia, Pa., on 

Nov. 1, 1919. 

(506) (490) Nettie Marie Hill. 

(507) (490) Marie Hill. 


1. Sir Taiicrcd dc Iliuilvillc, a nohkiiiaii of IIaut\ illc, Mar Cauii- 
tances, NonnaiKly, was born about 1)70, and died about 1058. 
He married: first, INIoriella. He married: second. I'redislaiia. 

2. Sir Roger de Hantville 1., Grand-Count of Sicily, Legate 
Apostolical, was the youngest son of Sir Tancrcd dc Hautville 
and Fredistana. He was l)orn in 10;{0, and died on .lime 22, 
1101. He married Adclasia, niece of Boniface, l^ord of Savona. 

He moved with his father and brothers on Italy and Sicily. 
He was a great commander and because of his bravery, military 
genius, and energetic exertions, he was first made Count, and 
then Grand-Count Roger I. of Sicily. He received i'vom lV)pe 
Turban II. the title of "Legate Apostolical". 

3. Roger II., Grand-Count of Sicily, King of Sicily and Italy, was 
the youngest son of Roger I. and Adclasia. He was born in 
1093, and died on Feb. 26, 1154. 

5. Tancred, King of Botli Sicilys, was a grandson of Roger II. 
\j Lie died in 1192. 

^ 8. Aaron Fitz Roger, a great-grandson of Tancred, King of both 
Sicilys, was a merchant in Rome. 

9. Aaron Fitz Roger, was the son of Aaron Fitz Roger. lie was 
also a merchant in Rome, and was greatly persecuted I)y the 
Roman Church. He fled with his family to London, England, 
where he re-established his business and reared his family in 
peace and quiet. He brought over with him the coat of arms 
and traditions of his royal ancestors. He often alluded to his 
great-great-grandson, the King of both Sicilys. 

10. Aaron Fitz Roger, oldest son of Aaron Fitz Roger, came to 
England with his father. He was born in Italy and died in 

11. John Fitz Roger, Gent., was the son of Aaron Fitz Roger. He 
was born about 1335; and married about 1385 Elizabeth, only 
daughter and heiress of Sir Svmon de Fnrneaux and xVlice de 

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12. Sir John Fitz Roger, only child of John Fitz Roger, Gent., and 
Elizabeth de Furneaux, was born in 1885, and died on October 
4, 1441. He married in 1406 Agnes de Mercaunt of Seamer, 
Suffolk County. 

He received Knighthood through recognition of military 
service performed. He was one of the wealthiest men of his 

13. Thomas Rogers, Gent., was the second son of Sir John Fitz 
Roger. He Avas born at Ashington, Somerset, in 1408 ; and died 
at "Benham-Valena" in 1471. He added an "s" on the end 
of his name, and married about 1433. 

14. Thomas Rogers, Sergeant-at-Law, was the only son of Thomas 
Rogers, Gent. He was born in 1435, and died at "Benham- 
Valena" in 1489. He married in 1483 Catherine, daughter of 
Sir Philip de Courtenay, Knight of Powderham Castle, and 
Elizabeth Hungerford. 

In 1478 he was created "Serviens ad Legem" and amassed a 
considerable fortvme. He made his own coat of arms instead 
of using the coat of arms of his ancestors. 

15. John Rogers of "Deritend" was the youngest son of Thomas 
Rogers and Catherine de Courtenay. He was born at Brad- 
ford, in 1485, and died about 1530. He married in 1505, 
Margaret, daughter of Sir Henry Wyatt of Abington Castle. 
John used his father's coat of arms^ 

16. Rev. John Rogers was the eldest son and heir of John Rogers 
of "Deritend". He was born in 1507 and died on February 
4, 1554. Pie married Adriana Pratt, niece of Jacob Von 
Meteren of Antwerp — who was "more richly endowed Avith 
virtue and soberness of life than with worldly treasures." (Fox) 

The Rev. John Rogers published the entire Bible in the 
English language, and it was the first complete edition of the 
Old and New Testaments. He was Vicar of St. Sepulchre. 

After the accession of Queen Mary on July 16, 1553, he 
delivered a sermon at St. Paul's Cross, wherein he exhorted the 
people to adhere to the doctrine taught during the reign of 
King Edward and to resist the forms and dogmas of Catholi- 
cism, and to beware of all Popery, idolatory and superstition. 
For this he was sentenced to be burned to death at the stake 

The Martyr 

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as ail exconiinunicated heretic, l^inloii was dfi'trcd him il' he 
woiihl rc'iioniK'c Protcstaiitisiii, I)ut witli scorn he refused it. 
The Roman Chin-ch, to its everlasting- shame, reiused to permit 
him to see his wife and ehihh-en. His death, as a martyr to 
free religion, on Fehruary 4, 1554>, was a stain on Queen Mary 
and the Roman Catholic Chuicli that never can l)e effaced. 

17. Bernard Rogers, fifth child ol' the \{v\ . .John Rogers and 
Adriana Pratt, was I)orii in 1.543 at \N'iltenl)crg, Saxony. lie 
married in Scotland ahout 1564. 

18. Thomas Matthew Rogers, eldest son of Bernard Rogers, was 
horn ahout 1.5().). He married al)out 1.38<> a Miss Mc.Murds. 

19. Thomas Rogers was the eldest son of Thomas Matthew Rogers. 
He was horn in July, lo8(!, and died in Feh., 1()21. He married 
about 1606, Grace. His children were Joseph, 1). KiOT; 
Thomas, 1609; John, h. 1 6 H,; William, h. 1618; and James, 
b. 1615. He came to America, with hi5f*oldest son, Joseph, in 
the good ship, "Mayflower". He left the others hehind l)e- 
cause they were too young to make tjje,.trip. They all came 
over later at different times, and, «s-6crC^! Bradford said, "mar- 
ried and had many children." --—»"'=-"'' 

20. James Rogers, youngest son of Thomas Rogers and Grace, was 
born in England in 1615; and died in New London, Conn., on 
February 16, 1687. He married in Stratford, Conn., Elizabeth, 

daughter of Samuel Rowland, a landed proprietor of that place. 
She died at New London, Conn., in 1709. 

James Rogers came to America in 1635 in the good ship 
"Increase". In 1637 he was one of the six men from Say- 
brook, Avho, under Capt. John Underbill, took part in the 
Pequot War. 

He then moved to Stratford, Conn., where he acquired pro- 
perty, and from there he went to INIilford, Conn., where he ac- 
quired considerable property and became a baker on a very 
large scale. He supplied all New England, New York, Virginia 
and Barbadoes with biscuit. Milford became too small for the 
operations of this great business man. His friend, Gov. Win- 
thrope, induced him to settle in New London, where he took a 
place next to the Governor's. He soon became by far the largest 
land holder and richest man in the colony, and, in addition to 

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his large baking business, he took charge of the town mill. 
He also carried on by far the most extensive domestic and 
foreign trade of any man in New London County. He and his 
sons were more esteemed and liked by the Indians than any 
other men in the colonies. 

Uncas, Chief of the Mohigans, blood brother of Samuel 
Rogers, one of the sons of James Rogers, promised Samuel that 
he would protect him with all his warriors in case of emergency. 
Samuel decided to test the faith of his friend, Uncas. "When 
prepared for the experiment, he fired a signal of alarm, which 
had been concerted with his tawny friend, in case either should 
be disturbed b}- an enemy ; and in half an hour's time grim bands 
of warriors were seen on the hills and soon came rushing down 
with the sachem at their head to the rescue of their friend. 
Rogers had prepared a feast for their entertainment, but it was 
probable that they relished the trick nearly as much as the 

James Rogers was deputy to the Court of Elections for May, 
1661, May, 1662, and October, 1662. He was representative 
to the General Court seven times between 1662 and 1673. He 
was Corn Commissioner for New London in 1662, and was 
on the committee of fortifications for New London. 

Rev. John Rogers, son of James, founded the Rogerene 
Church in America, and suffered great religious persecution. 

21. Capt. James Rogers was the sixth child of James Rogers and 
Elizabeth Rowland. He Avas born in Milford, Conn., on Feb- 
ruary 15, 1652, and was baptized by the Rev. John Ci'andall 
of Westerley, R. I., and he died at New London, Conn., on 
November 8, 1713. He married on November 5, 1674, Mary, 
daughter of Jeffrey Jordan. 

Capt. James Rogers was a member of the earlj^ Rogerene 
Church. He owned a great deal of land and also a tannery. 
His household articles were verj^ numerous and very costly. 
He owned and was captain of a large ship which he ran between 
foreign ports and America. "His ability to navigate and com- 
mand a foreign bound vessel at such an age (21 years old) is 
sufficient guarantee of the skill and enterprise of this youth." 
Mary Jordan Avas a passenger from Tester, Ireland, on his ship. 
He married her upon landing, and in after life he often said 

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that it was the riflicst i'a;,<40 lli..; lu' t\tr cai-iicd. Maiv died at 
the hoiist' of her son, James, on February 28, 171. 'J. 

22. Capt. James Rogers, eldest ehild of James Uogers and Mary 
Jordan, was born in New l^ondon. Conn., on I-'chruarx- 2. H!7."), 
and died in Norwalk, Conn., on July !>. IT.'J.j. lie married first 
in New London, about 1701. Kli/abelh Harris, a member of the 
Congregational Chureh; and he gave up the Kogerene Cbureh 
and took the half-way eovenant. Elizabeth Harris Rogers died 
Jan. 2, 171:}. He then married in New London, Conn., on 
June 29, 171.'}. Frcclove Ilurlbert. 

He was prominent in the eonmiunily and bad politieal ambi- 
tions. In 1708 he was admitted to the bar. In 1714 he was 
made Captain of the fourth train (militia) band of New Lon- 
don, Conn. In 171.5 he was attorney for New London. He 
was deputy to the General Court sixteen times and at one time 
he was speaker to same. He moved to Norwalk, Conn., about 
1726, and became verj'- prominent in that eommmiily. 

23. Dr. Uriah Rogers, jM.D., sixth ehild of Capt. James Rogers 
and Elizabeth Harris, was born in Baintree, ]\Iass., on October 
10. 1710; and died in Norwich, Conn., on j\Iay 6, 1778. He 
married, in 1734. Ilaimah, daughter of Col. James Loekwood 
and Lydia Smith. 

Dr. Uriah Rogers studied medicine in Hartford under the 
celebrated Dr. Jonathan Bull, and was licensed by the General 
Court in 1733. About 173.5 he moved to Norwalk, Conn., and 
located on "]Mill Hill." "Dr. Uriah Rogers was one of Nor- 
walk's early but excellently equipped physicians and most 
eminent citizens." He was hospital sin-geon in the British army 
in the so-called French War in 17.58. "At the burning of Nor- 
walk in 1779 by the British, a period subsequent to his death, 
his late mansion Avas destroyed with its effects, including his 
books and papers. The only articles preserved were his silver- 
headed cane, a present from Governor Fitch, and his family 
coat of arms." The coat of armas is at present in the possession 
of Oscar Read, his great-great-great-grandson, and is the same 
that James Rogers brought over from England in 1635. 

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1. Odo de Furneaux was born near Furneaux, Normandy, in 1040. 
He came to England with William the "Conqueror", and "held 
in eapite under the crown in Somerset, 1086." 

2. Sir Alan de Furneaux, son of Odo, was born in Normandy, in 
1075. He married about 1115. He received the manor of 
"Fen Ottery" from Henry I., King of England. 

3. Sir Galfride de Furneaux, oldest son of Sir Alan, was born 
in 1117. He was made Sheriff of Devon by King Henry II. 
He was very powerful and wealthy. 

4. Sir Henry de Furneaux, oldest son and heir of Sir Galfride, 
was born in 1156 and died in 1241. He married, in 1180, 
Johanna, daughter of Robert Fitz William and thereby received 
the INIanor of Ashington, and also became Lord of the Manors 
of Somerset. He was Sheriff of Devon. 

5. Henry de Furneaux, oldest son and heir of Sir Henry and 
Johanna, was born in 1181. He was made Sheriff of Devon. 

6. Matthew de Furneaux, son and heir of Henry, was born in 
1220, and married about 1244 a member of the House of the 
Earls of Bush. He was made Sheriff of Devon by King 
Edward I. 

7. Sir Matthew de Furneaux, son and heir of Matthew, was born 
in 1245 and married about 1270 jNIathilda, daughter of Sir 
Warine de Raleigh, descendant of Winund de Raleigh, temp, 
of King John and Johanna, daughter of Lord Botiler of Wales. 
Sir Matthew fought the Welsh in 1295 and the Scots in 1296. 
He was Sheriff of Somerset, Dorset and Devon. He was ap- 
pointed Justice for Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. 
In 1312 he held custody of Devon and the King's Castle of 
Exeter. In 1315 he held custody over Somerset, Dorset and 
the Castle of Shireborn. 

8. Sir Symon de Furneaux, oldest son and heir of Sir Matthew 
and Matilda, was born in 1271, and married about 1327 Alice, 
daughter of Sir Henry de Umfraville. Sir Symon owned a 
great deal of land and was Commissioner of Array in Somer- 
set. He had custody of Bridgewater Castle. 

9. Elizabeth de Furneaux, only child and heiress of Sir Symon and 

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Alice, was horn in l.'J.'JO. She iiiarriii! fiisl. alxnit I'.ioO, Sir 
John IJIount. She married second, alxmt l.'J8.>, John Fit/. 
Roger, Gent. 

1. Witekind I., King of Saxohy, was eallccP'The Great^^ 

2. Witekind II., Count of Wettin, was the son of Witekind I. 

3. Witekiiuflll. was^the son of \Vitekin(l II. 

4. Rohert, "The Strong," Count of Anjon, Count of IJlois, and 
Margrave of Nustria, was the son of W^itckind III. 

5. Rohert I., King of France, was the son of Rohert, "The Strong." 

6. Hugh, "The Great," Duke of the Franks and Count of Paris, 
was the son of Rohert I. lie married Iladwig. 

7. Hugh Capet, King of France, was the son of Hugh, " The 
Great." He married Bertha, daughter of Conrad, King of 

8. Rohert II., King of France, was the son of Hugh Capet. He 
married Constance of Aquitaine. 

9. Henry I., King of France, was the son of Rohert II. He mar-- 
jiiwt. Jar.solav I., Grand Duke of Kiev^. 

10. Philip I., King of France, was the son of Henry I. He married 
Bertha of Holland. 

11. Louis M., King of France, was the son of Philip I. He mar- 
ried Alice, daughter of Iluhert II., Count of Savoy. 

12. Prince Peter "Floms", son of Louis VI., married Isahella de 
Courtenay de ]Montagris and assumed his wife's surname, and 
called himself Peter de Courtenay. 

13. Sir Reginald de Courtenay, son of Peter "Floms" and Isahella. 
served in the second crusade under Louis VII., King of France. 
He helped Eleanor get a divorce from the King of France and 
helped Henry, Duke of Normandy, and Anjon, to win her as 
a wife. Henry hecame King of England and Sir Reginald came 
to England with him. The King helped his friend Sir Reginald 
to win in marriage Avice d'Eyneourt. "Lady of ()keham])ton", 
a very wealthy woman, and Sir Reginald l)ecame very powerful 

/ n 

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because of this marriage and the favor of the King. Sir 
Reginald died in 1194. 

14. Sir Robert de Courtenaj^ son of Sir Reginald and Avice, was 
Baron of Okehampton. He married Mary, daughter of Wil- 
liam de Redvers, sixth Earl of Devon. Sir Robert died at 
Tworne, Dorsetshire, on July 26, 1242. He was dispossessed 
of the Shrievalty of Devon and the custody of the Castle of 
Exeter by King Henry III. 

15. Sir John de Courtenay, Baron of Okehampton, was the son of 
Sir Robert and Mary. He died May 3, 1273. He married 
Isabella, daughter of John de Vere, fifth Earl of Oxford. 

1 6. Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Baron of Okehampton, son of Sir John 
and Isabella, Avas born on March 25, 1250, and died at Cole- 
combe, Devon, on February 27, 1291. He married Eleanor, 
daughter of Lord Despencer, Earl of Winchester, and Alice, 
daughter of Lord Philip Basset. Lord Despencer was killed 
at the battle of Eversham. 

17. Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Baron of Okehampton, first Earl of 
Devon, Avas the son of Sir Hugh and Eleanor. He died at 
Tiverton Castle, on December 23, 1340, aged 64. He married 
Agnes, daughter of Sir John de St. John, Lord of Bassing, and 
Alice Fitz Piers. He was created Earl of Devon on February 
22, 1335, by EdAA^ard III., King of England. 

18. Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Knight of the Garter, Baron of Oke- 
hampton, second Earl of Devon, Avas the son of Sir Hugh and 
Agnes. He married on Aug. 11, 1325, JMargaret, daughter of 
Humphrey de Bohun, fifth Earl of Hereford. 

19. Sir Philip de Courtenay, Knight of the Garter, Avas the son of 
Sir Hugh and Margaret. He died in 1409 and there is a brass 
effigy of him in Exeter Cathedral. He married Ann, daughter 
of Sir Thomas Wake. Sir Philip Avas Knighted by the "Black 
Prince," and Avas Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for ten years. 

20. Sir John de Courtenay, son of Sir Philip and Ann, married 
Agnes, daughter of Alexander ChampernoAvne. Sir John died 
in 1415. 

21. Sir Philip de Courtenay, Knight of Powderham Castle, Avas the 

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son of Sir John and A^ncs. lie man-icd Klizahcth, daughter 
of Lord \\''alt('r Ilnnf^crfDi'd, Kni^lit of llic (iarlcr. 

22. Katherine de Conrtcnay, dan^litcr of Sir I'liilip and Elizabeth, 
married second Thomas l{ot>c'rs, Scrycant-at-Law. 

1. Ricliard 1., Dnkc of Xoiiiiandy. 

2. Godfrey, Earl of Urion. was a son oi' Uieliard I. 

3. Gilbert, Earl of Ewe, a son of (iodfrew, was murdered in 

4. General Baldwin de lirioniis, liaron of Okehamploii, son of 
Gilbert, was one of the "Conqueror's" Generals at the battle of 
Hastings. lie married Alfreda, niece of the "Conqueror." The 
"Conqueror" bestowed on him the Honour and Barony of Oke- 
hampton, along' with the Castle oi' Exeter, and the Custody of 
Devon and no less than one hundred and fifty-nine Lordships 

5. Adelasia de Brionus, daughter of Baldwin and Alfreda, married 
a "Nobili Viro." She died on August 24, 1142. 

6. Adelasia, Lady of Okehampton, daughter of Adelasia de 
Brionus, married Randolph Avencll. 

7. Matilda Avenell, Lady of Okehampton, daughter of Adelasia 
and Randolph, married Robert d'Avranches. She died on 
September 21, 117.'5. 

7. Avice d'Avaranehes d'Eyncourt, Lady of Okehampton. daugh- 
ter of jNIatilda and Robert, married Sir Reginald de Courtenay. 
She died July 31, 1200. 

1. Richard de Redvers, Lord of Xchou, first Earl of I)e\()n, was 
born in Normandy. Henry L gave him Tiverton and the 
Honour of Plympton, and some time after the Earldom of 
Devon. He married iVdeliza, daughter of William Fitz Osborn, 
Earl of Hereford. He died in 1137. 

2. Baldwin de Redvers, second Earl of Devon, son of Itiehard 

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and Adeliza, niarried Lucy, daughter of the Duke de Baakim. 
He died June 4, 1151. 

A^^illiani de Redvers, sixth Earl of Devon, son of Baldwin and 
Lucy, was born at ^^ernun. He died September 10, 1217. He 
married Mabel, daughter of Reginald, Earl of CornAvall. 

Mary de Redvers, daughter of A^'^illiam and ^Nlabel, married 
second Sir Robert de Courtenav. 

1. Humphrey III., first Earl of Hereford, married a daughter of 
3Iilo of Glouchester. 

2. Lord Humphrey de Bohun IV., son of Humphrey III., married 
jMargaret, daughter of Henry, Earl of Huntington. IMargaret's 
brother was William, "The Lion", King of Scotland. 

3. Henry de Bohun, second Earl of Hereford, son of Humphrey 
lA"., and Margaret, married Lady de ]Mande^'ille, niece f)f Wil- 
liam de iNIandeville, Earl of Essex. 

4. Humphrey de Bohun V., third Earl of Hereford, first Earl of 
Essex, was the son of Henry and Lady de Mandeville. 

5. Ivord Humphrey de Bohun VI. was a son of Humphrey Y. 

6. Humphrey de Bohun VII., fourth Earl of Hereford, second 
Earl of Essex, M^as a son of Humphrey "\^I. 

7. Humphrey de Bohun VIII., fifth Earl of Hereford, third Earl 
of Essex, son of Humphrey VII., married Princess Elizabeth 
Plantagenet, daughter of Edward I., King of England. Humph- 
rey de Bohun VIII. Avas Lord High Constable. 

8. Margaret de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey VIII. and Princess 
Elizabeth, married Sir Hugh de Courtenay. 

1. Woden. 

2. Baeldag was a son of Woden. 

3. Brond Avas a son of Baeldag. 

4. Frithurgar was a son of Brond. 

5. Freawine was a son of Frithursar. 

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6. Wig was a .son of Frcawiiic. 

7. Giwi.s was a son ol' Wig. 

8. Esla was a son of Ciiwis. 

9. Eliza was a son ol' Ksla. 

10. Ccrdic was a son of Eli/a. I Ic led llu' Saxon invasion of Britain. 

11. Cynrif was a son of Crnlic. 

12. Celni was a son of Cynric. 
18. Cuthwinc was a son of Cclni. 

14.. Cuthwulf was a son of Cuthwine. 

15. Ceowakl Avas a son of Cuthwulf. 

1(5. Cenred was a son of Ceowald. 

17. Ingild was a son of Ccnrcd. 

18. Eoppa was a son of Ingt-id. 

19. Eafa was a son ol' Eoppa. 

20. Ealhniund was a son of Eafa. 

21. Egbert, King of West Saxons, was a son of Ealhimind. 

22. Ethelwulf, King of Wesscx, was a son of Egbert. 

23. Alfred "The Great". King of the West Saxons, was a son of 

24. Edward, King of the Anglo-Saxons, was a son of Alfred "The 

25. Aethelstan, "Ruler of all Britain," was a son of Edward. 

26. Edgar " The reaeefnl," King of England, was a son of 

27. Ethelrid, "The Furcady." King of England, was a son of Edgar 
"The Peaceful." 

28. Edmund Ironside was a son of Etheldred "The I'nready." 

29. Edward was a son of P^dniund Ironside. 

30. INIargaret Aetheling was a daughter of Edward. She married 
Malcolm III., "Canmore." King of Scotland. 

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31. David I., King of Scotland, son of ^Margaret Aetheling, and 
]Malcolm III, "Canmore," King of Scotland, married Matilda, 
daughter of Waltheof, Earl of Northumberland. 

32. Henry, Earl of Huntington, was the son of Da^nd I. and 

.33. Margaret, daughter of Henry, Earl of Huntington, married 
Lord Humphrey de Bohun I^'^. 

1. Antenor, King of the Cinunerians on the Black Sea, was a 
descendant of the Royal Family of Troy. He was born about 
480 B. C. 

2. Marcomir, King of the Cinmierians, son of Antenor, died about 
412 B. C. 

3. Antenor, Khig of the Cimmerians, son of ]Marcomir, married 
Cambra. He died in 384 B. C. 

4. Priamus, King of the Cimmerians, son of Antenor and Cambra, 
died in 358 B. C. 

5. Helenus, King of the Cinunerians, son of Priamus, died in 
339 B. C. 

6. Diodes, King of the Cimmerians, son of Helenus, died in 
300 B. C. 

7. Bassanus jNIagnus, King of the Cimmerians, son of Diodes, 
married a daughter of the King of Orcades ; and died in 228 B.C. 

8. Clodomir, King of the Cinmierians, son of Bassanus Magnus, 
died in 210 B. C. 

9. Nicanor, King of the Cimmerians, son of Clodomir, married the 
daughter of Elidure, King of the Britains, and died 176 B. C. 

10. Marcomir, King of the Cimmerians, son of Nicanor, died in 
168 B. C. 

11. Clodius, King of the Cinmierians, son of Marcomir, died in 
157 B. C. 

12. Antenor 11., King of the Cimmerians, son of Clodius, died in 
141 B. C. 

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13. Clodoniir II., Kiii^' of the CiiiiiiK'riaiis, son ol' jViiIcikh' II.. dird 
ii) 121 15. C. 

14. Mcrodaclius, Kinf>' of the Ciimiicriaiis, son of Clodoniir II., 
died in <).•} B. C. 

1.5. CassandcT, Kint;' of [hv Cimmerians, son of .Merodaclius, died 
in 64 B. C. 

16. Antharius, Kin<>' of liie Cimmerians, was the son of Cassander. 

17. Franeus, first Kin<>- of the West Franks, was the son of 
Antharins, King of the Cinmierians. Franeus died in 7 A. D. 

18. Clodius II., King of the W'^est Franks, son of Fianeus, died 
in 20 A. D. 

19. iNlareoniir 111., Kin^f of tlie West l''ranks, son of Clixhus Ii.. 
died in 50 A. D. 

20. Clodoniir 111., Kinj.^- of the W^est Franks, son of Mareomir III., 
died in 63 A. D. 

21. Antenor IV., King of the West Franks, son of Clodoniir III., 
died in 69 A. D. 

22. Ralherius, King of the West Franks, son of Antenor IX.. 
died in 90 A. D. 

23. Richenier, King of the West Franks, son of Ralherius, died 
in 114 A. D. 

24. Odoniir, King of the West Franks, son of Riehenier, died in 
128 A. D. 

25. Marcomir IV., King of the West Franks, son of Odomir, mar- 
ried in 129 A. D., Athildis, daughter of Coilus, King of the 
Britains, and died in 149 A. D. 

26. Clodoniir IV, King of the West Franks, son of Mareomir IV., 
married llaffilda, daughter of the King of the Rugii: and died 
166 A. D. 

27. Farahert, King of the West Franks, son of Clodoniir IV. and 
Haffilda, died in 186 A. D. 

28. Sunno, King of the West Franks, son of Farahert, died in 
/ 213 A. D. 

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29. Hilderic, King of the West Franks, son of Sunno, died in 
253 A. D. 

30. Bathenis, King of the West Franks, son of Hilderic, died in 
272 A. D. 

31. Clodius III., King of the West Franks, son of Batherus, died 
in 298 A. D. 

32. Walter, King of the West Franks, son of Clodius III., died 
in 306 A. D. 

33. Dagobert, King of the West Franks, son of Walter, died in 
317 A. D. 

34. Genebald, Duke of the East Franks, was a son of Dagobert, 
King of the West Franks. He died in 358 A. D. 

35. Dagobert, Duke of the East Franks, son of Genebald, died 
in 379 A. D. 

36. Clodius, Duke of the East Franks, son of Dagobert, died in 
389 A. D. 

37. Marcomir, Duke of the East Franks, son of Clodius, died 
in 404 A. D. 

38. Pharamond, first King of France, was the son of Marcomir, 
Duke of the East Franks. He was the first king of all France. 
He married Argotta, daughter of Genebald, Duke of the West 

39. Clodic, King of the Franks, Avas the son of Pharamond. 

40. Sigimerius was the son of Clodic, King of the Franks. He 
married a daughter of the Roman Senator Ferreolus. 

41. Ferreolus, Duke of Moselle, son of Sigimerius, married a 
daughter of Clovis, King of France. 

42. Anspert was a son of Ferreolus, Duke of JNIoselle. He married 
Blithilda, daughter of Clothary I., King of France. 

43. Arnoaldus, Margrage of the Schelde, son of Anspert and Bli- 
thilda, died in 601 A. D. 

44. St. Ai-nolph, Major Donius of Clothary, M^as a son of Ar- 
noaldus, Margrave of the Schelde. 

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4'.5. Aiichi.scs, Diikf of Hraiianl. was a son of Si. Aiiiolpli, .Major 
Doiiius of Clotliary. I Ir iiianicd Hcg^a, <laii<>hlci- of l'ij)iii, 
Duke ol' Hrahant. and died in <!1S.) A. I). 

4(5. I'ipin Crassiis, Dukr of Hi'aliant, son ol' Ancliises and Ik-yga, 
died in 714 A. 1). 

47. Charles Martel, Priiiee and Duke of France, was a son of I'ipin 
Crassus, Duke of lirahant. He died in 741 A. D. 

48. Pipin, Duke ol' Brabant, son of Charles Martel, married Hertha, 
daughter of Charihert. Count of Laon. and died in 7()8 A. D. 

49. Charleuiange, King of the Franks, l^nijieror ol' the West, was 
a son of Pipin, Duke of Brahant. and Bertha of Laon. He 
married Lady Hildegai-de de Savoy, daughter ol' (iodfrey, 
Duke of Auabia, and died in 814 A. D. 

50. Pipin, King of Lomhardy. was a son of Charleniange and llil- 

,31. Bernard, King of LoniI)ai'dy, was a son of I'ipin, King of 

52. Pipin, Count of Peronne, Count of ^^ermandois. Lord of St. 
Auentin, was a son of Bernard, King of Lombardy. 

53. Pipin de Corlis was a son of I'ipin, Count of Peronne. 

54. Poppa was a daughter of Pipin de Corlis. She married Hollo 
"The Dane," first Duke of Normandy, son of Rogwarld "The 
Rich," a Danish Earl. 

55. William "Longsword," second Duke of Xormandy. was a son 
of Poppa and Rollo "The Dane." first Duke of Xormandy. 

5G. Richard L, "The Fearless," third Duke of Xormandy. son of 
\Villiam "Longsword." married (runora, daughter of Sir Her- 
bastus, a Danish Knight. 

57. Richard IL, "The Good," fourth Duke of Xormandy. ^\as the 
son of Richard L and Gunora. 

58. Robert "The Devil," sixth Duke of Xormandy, was the son of 
Richard II. 

59. William I., "The Conqueror," King of England, was a son of 

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Robert "The Devil," sixth Duke of Normandy. He married 
Matilda, Countess of Flanders. 

60. Henry I., King of England, son of William "The Conqueror" 
and Matilda, married Edith, daughter of Malcolm II., King of 
Scotland, and Margaret Aetheling. 

61. Matilda, Queen of England, daughter of Henry I., married 
Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjon, son of Fulco V., Count 
of Anjon, King of Jerusalem. 

62. Henry II., King of England, son of Queen Matilda and Geof- 
frey Plantagenet, married Eleanor, daughter of William X., 
Duke of Aquitaine. 

63. John Plantagenet, King of England, was the son of Henry II. 
and Eleanor. 

64. Henry III., King of England, son of John Plantagenet, mar- 
ried Eleanor of Province. 

65. Edward I., King of England, son of Henry III. and Eleanor, 
married Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., King of Castile. 

66. Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet, daughter of EdAvard I. and 
Eleanor, married first Count of Holland. She married second 
Humphrey de Bohun A^III., fifth Earl of Hereford, third Earl 
of Essex. 

1. Robert Lockwood was born in England and died in Fairfield, 
Conn., in 1658. He married Susanna (St. John?). She died 
in Greenwich, Conn., on December 23, 1660. 

He arrived at Salem, Mass., on Ship "Mary and John" on 
May 30, 1630, and settled in Watertown, Mass., and was made 
a freeman on INIarch 9, 1636. He was executor of the estate 
of Edmund Lockwood, supposed to be his brother. In 1646 he 
moved to Fairfield, Conn., and was made a freeman of Con- 
necticut, on May 20, 1652. He Avas appointed Sergeant at 
Fairfield, Conn., in May, 1657. 

2. Ephraim Lockwood, fifth child of Robert LockAvood and Suz- 
anna, Avas born in WatertoAA'n, Mass., on December 1, 1641. 
He married in NorAvalk, Conn., on June 8, 1665, Mercy, 
daughter of Matthias St. John. 

Ephraim resided in NorAvalk, Conn. 



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Col. .laiiK's Lockwood, son of K])hraiiii Lockwood and .M( ri'\' 
St. John, was horn in Xorwalk, Conn., on April 2 1, IflH.'J. ami 
died in Norwalk, Conn., on May 5, 17(1!). lie married in Xoi- 
walk, Conn., on Oetohcr '>:i. 1707, Lydia, dan^liter of Saninc I 

He was a representali\ c from Xorwalk to the General As- 
semhly of Conneelicnt I'roni 1721 to 17.'jt), inehisive. On 
Oetohcr 14, IT.'Jl, he was made lientenant of the Second Com- 
pany of train hand for Xorwalk. He was ai)])ointed Justice 
of the Peace for X^^rwalk from 1744 to 17,5(i. .Major James 
Lockwood was a representative from X^orwalk in 1740, 1748, 
and 1749. 

Hannah Lockwood. daughter of Col. .lames LoekvNood and 
Lydia Smith, was horn in Xorualk, Conn., on Oetohcr 23, 171."{. 
She married in 17.'{4 Dr. Criah Rogers, son oi' .James Rogers 
and Elizaheth Harris. She died at Redding, Fairfield Co., 
Conn., on Oetohcr 8, 1794. ' ^'^ J^^'' 

One of her grandchildren was Chrtnceflor James Kent. 

1. Matthias St. John was horn in England, and died in X'orwalk, 
Conn., in October, 1669. 

He came to Dorchester, Mass., in 1631, and was made a 
freeman on Septemher 3, 1634. He moved to Windsor, Conn., 
in 1640 and was made a member of the Grand Jury for X'^ov- 
ember 19, 1643, and December, 1644. He moved to \\'cthers- 
field before 1648, to Norwalk, Conn., in 16.54. He was made 
a freeman of Norvvalk on October 11, 1669. 

It is claimed that the St. Johns descended from an English 
King, hut as yet there has been no proof of such. 

2. INIercy St. John, daughter of Matthias St. John, was born in 
X^orwalk. She married on .Tunc 8, 16().), E])hrain Lockwood, 
son of Robert Lockwood. 

1. Thomas Smith was born in England. 

2. Sanniel Smith, son of Thomas Smith, was horn in England in 
1602. He married l^acbel. daughter of Matthew Mar\in. 

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Lydia Smith, daughter of Samuel Smith and Rachel jNIaivin, 
married on October 23, 1707, Col. James Lockwood, son of 
Ephraim Lockwood and Mercy St. John. 

1. Rynalde Marvin was born in England and married Johan. 

2. Edward Marvin, son of Rynalde ]Marvin, was born in England 
in 1550, and married Margaret. 

3. iMatthew ]Mar^•in, son of Edward ]Marvin, was born in England 
in 1600, and died in Norwalk, Conn., in 1680. He married 
Elizabeth. He came to America about 1630. 

4. Rachel Marvin, daughter of INIatthew Marvin, was baptized on 
December 30, 1649, at Hartford, Conn., and died in 1687. She 
married in 1670 Samuel Smith, son of Thomas Smith. 

1. Rev. William Tennent was born in Ulster, Ireland, in 1673, 
and died in Neshaminy, Penn.. on JNIay 6, 1746. He married 
on May 15, 1702, Catherine, daughter of the Rev. Gilbert 
Kennedy, a Presbyterian minister of Dundonald. Catherine 
died in Philadelphia, Penn., on ^Nlay 7, 1753. 

The Rev. William Tennent graduated from the University 
of Edinburgh on July 11, 1695, and was admitted to Deacon's 
orders in the Church of Ireland by the Bishojj of Down in 1704, 
and two years later was ordained a priest. 

He acted as Chaplain to an Irish nobleman. He became 
acquainted with the famous Gilbert Kennedy, a Prebyterian 
minister, Avho, having suffered persecution in Ireland, exercised 
his ministry with great success in Holland. The Rev. Kennedy 
was as famous and did as good work as Edward, Dickinson, 
Robe, Webster, and Finely. He had a great deal to do with 
the final development of the character and ideas of the young- 
Rev. William Tennent. 

The Rev. William Tennent gave up the Church of Ireland 
and came to America in 1716. He settled at East Chester, 
N. Y., and then at Bedford, N. Y. About the year 1721 he 
became a Presbyterian minister and took a post at Bensalem, 
Pennsylvania. In 1726 he received a call to the Church at 


Orifjival oirnvd h]i Mr. Fiank />'. \\ t st of Macon, '.ci. 

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Neshaniing, Peiin. 1 lis (.•onsin, .l.-nncs Lo;^;!!!. I ,iculrn;iiit (iox- 
ernor of Pennsylvania, gnxc liiiii a ^lant n\' lilly acres ol land 
on which to hiiild a College. This College >vas called the "Log 
College" because it was made of logs. In this College lie 
e(hieate(l all of his sons for the niinisliy. and many raniDiis nun 
graduated from thai nniirelenlions aliode of learning. It later 
on became \vhal is now known as Princeton Cniversity, and 
the Hev. William Tennent was the founder of same. 

His children were Kev. Gilbert, Kev. William, l{e\ . .lolm, 
Eleanor, and \{v\. Charles. 

Rev. Gill)ert Teimenl was born in Armagh Comity, Ireland, 
on April .5, ITO.'i, and died in ITflt. lie married Cornelia. 
daughter of Matthew ClarUson. 

Rev. William Tennent wa.s born in Antrim Connty, Ireland. 
on June ii, 170.5, and died in iNIarch S, 1777. He married 
in New York City a JNIrs. Noble. He is the one who had the 
famous trance, and was saved many tlTnes during his life from 
death by divine interposition. 

Rev. John Tennent was born in Antrim County, Ireland, on 
November 12, 1707, and dieil from overwork as a ])reaeher in 
April 23, 1732. 

Eleanor Tennent was born in Down County. Ireland, on 
December 28, 1708. 

2. Rev. Charles Tennent, son of Rev. William Tennent and Cath- 
erine Kennedy, was born in Colerain, DoAvn Comity, Ireland, 
on May 3, 1711, and was baptized by the Rev. Richard Donnell. 
He died at Buckingham, ^Maryland, on February 25, 1771. He 
married on .luly 20, 1740, Martha, daughter of Lord 3Iacky. 
She was highly educated and died at Buckingham, Maryland, 
on January 12, 1766. 

Rev. Charles Tennent became a minister at Whiteelay Creek, 
Delaware. The last few years of his life he spent as minister at 
Buckingham Church, Buckingham. Maryland. He was a man 
of great sweetness of temper, and politeness of manners and 
was noted for his hospitality. 

3. Martha Tennent, daughter of Rev. Charles Tennent and ^Martha 
Macky, was born on August 20, 17.)1. She married at Green- 
field Hill, Conn., on September 1, 1772, Dr. David Rogers, son 
of Dr. I 'riah Rogers. 


Adamses •!• 

Alexander, Robert - 32(i, t68 

Allen, b'.ster 5 

Andruss, Gen. Klias Van A 128 

Isaac M 35 

Jennie P 289 

Capt. Malcolm 241 

Margaretta A 127 

May ; 238 

Willis A ' 240 

Austin, Jiidpe Alfred E -._ 113 

Alfred J 40 

Aline li 232 

Andrew Y 2(>, ;)l, lOi, 205, 357 

Andrew Y., ,Ir 361 

Ann 125, 229 

Ilr. Anna 135 

A n n a G '. 355 

Bessie - 230 

Caroline 115 

Capt. Charles W 102 

Mrs. Constance - 5 

David 5 

Rev. David 33, 5 

,J udpe David R 103 

Elizabeth B „ 208 

Elizabeth T 114 

Emily 255 

Emma 121 

Georgia G 363 

Grafton T. „ 228 

Helen 233 

Isabelle 210 

.Johanna T 124 

John 5 

Rev. John P - - 6 

Gen. John 30 

Col. John P 101 

John P „ 1 1 7. 359 

John P., Jr 1 00 

Julia ,. 29, 123 

Lau ra 1 1 6 

Dr. Le Roy 202 

Le Roy 364 

Louisa H 142 

Lucius D 105 

Lydia I 35 

Malcolm H 270 

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Austin, Martha T SB 

Martha 231 

Mary 28, 118 

Mary A 362 

Mary E 112, 221 

Mary L 207 

Mary T 211 

Margaret A 209 

Miriam 358 

Peggy G 360 

Rebecca 126 

Rebecca S 38 

Samuel H 37, 107, 134 

Samuel Y 203 

Stephen T 30, 102 

Susan 122 

Susan R - 32 

Susan T 201, 206 

Susie S - 108 

Col. William G 204 

William P 356 

" William T 30, 119 

Gen. William T 101 

Willis 143 

Willis P - 269 

Willis R 39, 120 

Baden, Elizabeth 471 

Baden, John A _ 327 

Baden, John A., Jr 469 

Baden, Marian L 470 

Barber, Harriet N 105 

Barnes, Muriel de B 449 

Barnes, Ota Edwin 290 

Barrett, Rebecca 32 

Bean, Cara C 78 

Bean, Jessie - 78 

Belding, Charles W 350 

Belding, Dr. David L 350 

Belding, Ellinor Frost 479 

Belding, Elizabeth Suzanne 480 

Belding, Helen Wheeler _ _ 478 

Bell, Charles E 412 

Bell, William ; 136 

Bennett, Gordon 220 

Bennett, George C 160 

Bennett, Sarah 160 

Berkey, Anne 483 

Berkey, Charles H 351 

Berkey, George P 351 

Berkey, George Valentine 482 

Berkey, Stephen Phelps - 481 

Berlin, Jane 131 

Bertrand, Elizabeth A. 34 

Bertrand, Peter 34 

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l?ielin, Matilda '''" 

BilliMfrs, David A ^'^ 

Hillings, l^lizabcth 9«. 12!) 

BillinRS, Jolin P "9 

Billings, .lulia 98 

Hillings, 'I'lioMias "® 

Hinghani, .lolin C 1"' 

Hleakley, Claroncc 331. 18fi 

HIeakley, George R 329 

Hleakley, Paul L 330 

Hodfish, Lt. Harris - '^l'^ 

Boose, Anna M. - 27!) 

Bordman, Andrew 1 " 

Boyd, Austin 382 

Boyd, Austin, Jr *^^ 

Bo\-d, Helen - - *07 

Boyd, Malcolm 383 

Boyd, Peter 218 

Bradshaw, 1 loratio N ,. 2G4 

Bradshaw, Laura .1 *23 

Bradshaw, Thomas .1 ■'■2+ 

Brecken ridge. Gen. William 101 

Brewster, Drusilla - 33 

Brewster. l''lder W 33 

Brewer, Annie H 1*3 

Brewer, Arthur H 1*3 

Brooks, Miss 204 

Brooks, Sarah E - 215 

Brooks, Thomas Q - 215 

Brown, John 101 

Brown, M 257 

Brush, Eleanor P - 253 

Brush, Murray P 253- 

Buchanan, ,James ''^0 

Burkey, Ada K - 183 

Burleson, Edward 34 

Burnett, D. G 34 

Canton i, Clievalier Salvatore 1<>4 

Cantoni, Olive Douglas IS* 

Carroll, Bradish Johnson, Jr 384 

Cartniell, Van H„ Jr 386 

Castleton, Addie Justine - 400 

" Anna Louise 398 

Carrie 391 

Edward Ligon 396, 488 

Hudson Gaston 391 

Hudson Whitfield 394 

" James Rutland *89 

" Janette Ennis 394 

" John Martin 486 

John Rutland 395, 223 

Joh n Vallu 493 

Maria Louise - 392 

" Thomas Austin 487 

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Castleton, Thomas Henry 393 

" Rebecca Irene jj- 399 

Cesanne, Princess Rosa 16* 

Champlin, James 157 

Christ man, Laura A - 373 

Clapp, Dorothy Post 386 

Clapp, Herbert Mason 385 

Clapp, Mary Eunice 384 

Clarkson, Bertie 260 

Clarkson, John 139 

demons, Isabelle 393 

Cloke, Dr. Henry L 315 

Cloke, Ida M 315 

Cochran, Lewis Vanuxem 252, 254 

Cochran, John Lewis 36, 133 

Cochran, John Lewis, Jr 253 

Cock, Abigail 13 

Coles, Jordan ... 1 7 

Coles, I-ouisa E 1 7 

Concklin, Charles O 287 

Concklin, Edwin Willets 44.5 

Concklin, Sarah S 446 

Concklin, Morris Rogers 447 

Converse, Caroline R 113 

Converse, Col. Chas. A 113 

Cooke, Henry Austin 403 

Cooke, Dr. Willard Richardson 232 

Coombs, Cornelius Kingsland 452 

" Charles Soden 453 

Edward 298 

Dr. Edward Butler 163 

" Florantine Therese 297 

" Peter Anderson 454 

Cox, Rebecca 51 

Crittenden, Mirtha Prescott 218 

Crittenden, Rev. Samuel _ Ill 

Davis, Jefferson 34 

Davis, Gen. W. W. H 74 

de Beixedon, Bennett 292 j 

" Cornelius Kingsland 162 

" Daniel Kingsland 160, 295, 296 

" Edith Aline 290 

" Edna Bernice 302 

" Count Edward F. B'remaux 53 

Edward F. Fremaux 164 

" Edward F. Fremaux, Jr _3fiO Sb t> 

" Florantine Therese 161 

" Francis Kingsland 303 

" Henri Emile 159 

" Marie Louise ; 163, 291 

" Miriam 293 

" Olive Cantoni 299 

" Philip Cantoni 301 

" Sarah Bennett 294 

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Dewees, Dr. William Potts - 8 

Dial, Louis Harold - - *95 

" Louise *^^ 

•• Luke K ^S** 

" Sarah Ruth - *"'* 

Dolibiiis, Sarah L 181 

cl'Orgeval, Count - 210 

Downs, Charles Q ■ 1'5 

ilu Bonchet, Alfred Victor — 872 

Dr. Charles August d'Orgeval 210 Bardon 371 

du Jonf(|n(ii-, .\lar(|uis Antoine 53 

Easter, Cathryn - 323 

Eggelston, James O - ^"^^ 

Ellis, Charles !*!• 2ti<i 

•' Dorothy *25 

" Evan T 1*1. 20T 

" Francis *26 

" William Shewell - 268 

l-;i\, Alfred - 33 

•• Rev. A 1 f red 33 

" Lucinda - 33 

Ericson 102 

Erwin, Julia - - 284 

Robert - 285 

Robert E 150 

Ezelle, John Castleton ■• 500 

" J ohn W : - *00 

Faxon, Alfred A 217 

Alfred A., Jr 380 

Catherine S 379 

David P - 381 

David Prescott 213 

Elisha 110 

Eugenie Louise 216 

M a ry Elizabeth 214 

Nathan Smith 1 10 

" Nelson Smith - 215 

" Susan Prescott 212 

Forance, Joseph '^^ 

Franklin * 

Eraser, William 101 

Frost, Ellinor 350 

Garniss, Caroline A 56 

Catherine 58 

" David Rogers 67 

Ester F - 60 

James ■ ''1 

John 59 

Marllia Rogers 65 

" Thomas W - 15 

Gaston, Ann — 223 

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Gaston, Cornelius 222 

" Hudson 115 

Gaul, Matilda 40 

Gilbert, Allice K 415 

Gleason, Henrietta 45 

Gould, Gan _ 1 

Graff, Jacob 4 

Grafton, Andrew 102 

Bettie - 1 1 9 

Georgia Bell '. 1 02 

Thomas 119 

Graham, Eliza 130 

William C 130 

Grant, Annie Munroe - 283 

Caroline Stiles 281 

" Fraser Rogers 279 

Georgia Woodford 282 

Hugh Fraser 147 

" Jackson Rogers - 433 

" Katherine Rogers 434 

Mary Rose 280 

Gregory, Julia 103 

Green, Elizabeth 197 

" Gen. Thomas _.. 34 

Hale .: 98 

Hamilton, May 336 

Robert 336 

Harden, Edward 

Henry Griffin 34 

Hardinan, Col 34 

Harmon, C. B 220 

Harrison, President B. ..- 103 

Hawley, Alan R 

" Esther Rogers 62 

Dea. Jedidiah R 18 

Hayes, Wanda 288 

Haynes, Charles R 229 

Heinz, Gertrude 322 

Heppe, Avirda 262 

" Florence J 251 

" Francis Virginia _ 419 

" Marcellus McDowell 418 

Herrick, Samuel _._ 137 

Hibbs, Helen M 346 

" Walter Henry 80 

" Karl Joseph 348 

Walter Scott 195 

Walter H. .._ „ 347 

Hicks, Catherine _ 49 

" Sarah 48 

Hilbot, Mary Belle 491 

Hill, Innis William 492 

" Jacob Castleton 490 

" John Gaston 491 

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Hill, M a rie _ 507 

" Nettie Marie ". S06 

■' Jutlge Williiiin T 894 

HiltzheiTiier, Gen. Jacob 4 

M a TV 4 

Hoffman, Harriet 70 

Horner, Annie 11 180 

" Arthur 466 

" Hen.jainin F 179, 321 

" Charles Thompson (i", Sl.'i 

" t'harles Thompson. Jr 462 

Kdith Kline 463 

Horace H 316 

J. Rogers 317 

Lillian Dobbins 320 

Mildred Chjck 46+ 

" Samuel Watson 461, 178 

Silas T 181 

Hoston, Esther 2 

" Major - „ 2 

Hough, Lydia _ 64 

Houston, Samuel 84 

Howell, Andrew 366 

Arthur 208 

David Austin 865 

Hughes, E. B. M 89 

Henry „ 317 

" I>ouisa 31 7, 3!) 

Huldun, John F 463 

Elizabeth _ 505 

Huntington, Georgia Rogers 440 

" James Bennett 283 

" James Bennett, Jr 439 

H u rd, Cynthia Claudia 306 

Irvine, Arthur Welsley Sinclair 211 

Austin 373 

Edwin II 374 

Samuel R 21 1 

Jacob, Georgia Virginia _ 277 

Captain T. O _ 277 

James, Alice 268 

Joshua G 268 

Jefferson, Thomas 20. 1 

Jernigan, Maude Boring 203 

Johnson, General 101 

" Charles - 217 

" Margaret E 217 

Jones, Cora 202 

" Emmett 115 

" Frederick A 432 

" Dr. Isaac 255 

Isaac H 255 

" Samuel Austin 420 

— 116 — 

Jones, Shepard Allan 4,32 

" W. M 202 

Kelchner, Jessie Edwina 340 

Mary H 839 

Kellog, Doris Read ; 459 

James R 312 

John K 174 

Mary B 458 

Kennedy, R. C 136 

Keyser, Anna Louise 249 

King, Cecilia 1 7 

" Elisha W 1 T 

Kingsland, Albert Alexander Harold lt>7, 300 

" Alva Jennie Elizabeth 455 

Ambrose C 1<)7, l(iO, 13 

" Cornelius 13 

" Cynthia Claudia 456 

Daniel C - 160 

Harry Albert 457 

Harry Charles 307 

Jane 13 

Kinne, Elizabeth 128 

Knapp, Herbert M 216 

Kranse, J udge David 78 

Lace, Mary 116 

Lamar, M. B - - 34 

Lane, Charles 44, 149 

Latimer, Lt. Col. Alfred E. 214 

Alfred F 378 

" Captain Louis 1/ 376 

" Mary E 484 

Lawrence 167 

Lawson, Caroline 228 

Lewis, Emily G 477 

" John T 340 

Walter E 476 

Lock wood, Abbie Genevieve 308 

" William Lewis 168 

'' Ensign William Lewis Halsey 309 

Long, Edward E 78 

General : 30 

Longstreet, General 275 

Lough, Helen M 196 

Thomas 196 

Macky, Martha 1 

Malcolm, Grace 413 

" Harvey 259 

" William 136 

Mallory, Mary Agness 205 

Maxwell, Julia 243 

McComb, John 39 

" Mary ; 39 

— 117 — 

M<n.i«fll, Annii I 411 

Coiiriul II 129. H+, !>(i. m 

David W 182 

!-;liziil)eth H 246 

E. F - - •■ 170 

Frank 248 

.Icniiie B 248 

J olui A . I :iO 

Marcellus E 131, :i H» 

Maicelliis Iv, .Ir — 413 

Martha 15 2S0 

Ma ry F .- 251 

Ma rga retta M 246 

Martha A 247 

■Pracy ^ 411 

William 242 

William H -.. 36 

Mc'Kihhon, Ann Cathryn .-. - 499 

Julian B - - - *98 

Julian J 399 

McKinley, William - 104 

MoKinstry, Hannah - - 21 

McLaufihlin, Jane IJerlin 416 

" Marcellus Hood - 416 

Marcellus Hood, Jr 501 

William J — - 250. H 7 

Mesteyer. Dorothy !«!' 

Miller, Alvin Ford 221 

" Caroline May - 389 

Elizabeth A ustin 390 

" Lucy - 267 

Sylvia • - **1 

M ix, Mary 5 

Morgan, Col. John H 101 

" General - 21 

Morrill, Catherine R 170 

Frederick G 1 72 

Jolin A - - 55 

" Mary Louise - — 171 

Mortimer, Lady 164 

Munroe, Anne W _ 6 

" Col. Simon 6 

Murray, George - ~ 75 

Myers, Mae 324 

Xewton, Dr. Edward P ..- 236 

Mary .Vdelle 236 

Walter Thomas 126 

" Dr. A^'alter Thomas 237 

William Austin 23+ 

Nichols, Ann 190 

M'illiam - 190 

Ol.sen, Clarissa Douglas 164 

Otto, Elizaheth 406 


— 118 — 

Otto, John 3rd v *05 

" Willi am E 238 

Palmer, Roger ■■ ^^^ 

Passmore, Lincoln Alan ^l** 

" Lincoln Alan, Jr 503 

Penfield, Ernest 293 

" Madeline de Belxedon ■•: *^0 

Perry, Miss ■ 30 

Peters, Malcolm 127 

Pike, Georgine 241 

Poincett 30 

Post, Augustus F ■'• 112, 

" Guy Bates 220 

" Mary Augustus 219 

Powell, Lucretia 286 

Praul, Mary 1'^^ 

Prentiss, Annie M 103 

Prescott, David William 32 

" James 32 

" Martha Austin 1 1 1 

" Rebecca Elizabeth 110 

William 109 

Pugh, John 20 

" Sophia 20 

Pyle, Dr. John S 207 

Rany, Julia 61 

Ratz, Cardine J 204 

Raynor, Clarence Webster — 207 

Elenor 364 

Read, Evelyn I'J'S 

Gertrude E 1 74 

" James M 58 

Oscar 175 

Reed, Helen H 313 

Richardson, Leonard Wood 114 

Riker, Sarah Louise 50 

Robinson, Doris - *12 

Rogers, Dr. Amos W 49 

Abbie J 54 

" Ambrose 52 

Ann S 66 

" Anna M 145, 41 

" Benjamin 65, 1 76 

" Caroline 146, 15 

Caroline H 152 

Cara 186 

Dr. Charles W 6, 48 

Charles W 50, 148 

Charles : 24, 69 

Rev. Charles W , 42 

Charles H 156 

Dr. David 1, 2, 21 

Dr. David L 16 

— 119 — 

Rogers, David M 45 

David O 187 

David S 190 

Di'liorah A -.. 18 

K (1 11 a 834 

I,t. Col. Edward I - 74 

Edward - 177 

Edwin 476 

l^lizal)eth 71 

Ella 184 

Ethel „ 336 

Evelyn : 387 

Francis K 191 

Frank J. H 336 

Francis R 460 

Frank J. H., Jr '.. 47I- 

Gilliert T 11, \i 

George W 25, 78, 1 + 7 

Gen rge A _ 1 88 

Hen r\- 51, 73 

Hannah W „ 67 

Julian 12 

Dr. .lames H - 17 

J a CO 1) H - 1 9 

James 22 

Julia A 53 

John P 70 

James M 72 

Jennie K 157 

Jessie B 189 

Lula 160 

Dr. Morris M 10 

Mary S 27 

Mary H 63, 80, 182 

Marshall 77 

Mary 155, 338 

Martha 3, 47 

Roliert 23 

Roscoe C 183 

Raymond W 314 

Susan 5 

Samuel 7, 8, !), i:i 

Susan T 2ii, :) I 

Seymour „ l-i 

Susan H _ 168 

Sarah I 158 

Sophie P 186 

Hrig. Gen. William C - 1 

.Major Gen. \\illiam P _ i, 2(1 

William McA 43 

Willits P 46 

William C 64 

William T 75 

Major Milliam f. _ _ 79 

William M . - 164 

— 120 — 

Rogers, William D 313 

Royce, - Albert 28 

Ruos, Anna C '^^ 

Russ, Cornelia M 1 60 

" John Augustus, Jr 160 

Savage, J. Howard 334 

Russell T 334, 472 

Scott, Andrew 79 

" Jennie 79 

Seldon 157 

Shaw, Laura M 140 

Sheets, Emily Katherine 367 

Elizabeth Margaret 368 

Harold Frank 209 

Harold Frank, Jr 369 

" Suzanne Austin 370 

Sherman, Roger 102 

Sherwood, Charles Willits Rogers 286 

Elizabeth 444 

" Isaac 47 

" Isaac Powell 443 

Mary Martha 287 

" Morris Rogers .-. 151 

Sarah 442 

Shewell, Austin 261 

George D 262 

George D., Jr 421 

Helen L 236 

" Josephine 136 

" Lennington H 422 

" Mary 137 

Martha 141 

Rebecca A 264, 138 

Susan 139 

William M 38 

William J 140 

William J., Jr 265 

Shotwell, Marie '■ 204 

Shriver, Carie Courtney 413 

Silliman, General 1 

Simons, Emma 225 

Sinclair, Alexander Machan 281 

" Alexander Machan, Jr 435 

Caroline Grant 437 

Hugh Fraser 436 

" Laura Davidson 438 

Skellman, Catlierine S 504 

Crag 442 

Smith, Chauncey, Jr 335 

Chauncey, 3rd 472 

General Kirby 103 

Soden, Elsie 298 

Sparrell, William R 231 

Spelbrink, Elizabeth 240 

— 121 — 

Strniili, Ci)l. Oscar 289 

Sta rrinp, David S — 221 

Stetson, Isaac - - 244 

Jennie H 244 

Stevenson, Jolin A 102 

Stiles, Agnes Jiicoh 482 

Caroline Matilda 27(i 

" Margaret \'crlion - 278 

" Samuel Vernon -l-SI, lUi 

" Dr. Samuel W - 277 

Stimson, Flora ntine Louise 451 

George Lawrence 297 

Stites, Montgomery - - 311 

" Richard Montgomery .„.. 171 

Richard Wane 310 

Storey, \'ictor Harrison 288 

William .Xiistin 404 

Straub, Dorutliy .leannie 408 

" Oscar Ondruss 407 

" Theodore Frederick - - 409 

St reet, Sa rail Martin 140 

Sturgis, .\delaide 328 

Lewis 1 184 

Marian - 327 

Suydam, James 143 

" Louise _ 134 

Tennent, Rev. Charles - 1 

Martha 1 

Thomas, Caroline '■ 90 

" Caroline Eunice 86 

Charles 88 

Gordon 85 

Henry King ~ 93 

" Isabella Austin - - 91 

" Johanna _ 34 

Jolin .Vustin 02, 87 

" Mary jVnna 95 

" Susannah Austin 89 

Thomas 28 

" Walter King 94 

Thompson, Rebecca _ 6 

Timraons, Jane Spence - 602 

" John Spence - - 416 

Tinsley, Addison Rees 276 

Ruth 275 

Tinson, Annie S 175 

Torrence, Adelaide M 74 

Tracy, Elisha 82 

" Lucy H 81 

Mary H 84, 129 

William R 83 

" William S 27 

Travis, .Vda Clara _ 168 

Albert Kingsland 306 

— 122 — 

Travis, Ambrose Kingsland 1 65 

" Cliarles Rogers .; 166 

Gilbert 54 

" Harry Rogers 169 

" Jennie Kingsland 167, 304 

Valentine, Cbarles Wesley 198 

Falide 198 

Van Canipen, Cara Rogers 333 

John R 189 

Mary Elizabeth 332 

Vnnuxem, Alice 133 

Frederick 133 

Waite, Chief Justice Morrison R 103 

Walker, Hannah 4 

Wallace, John W 60 

Walmsley, Eleanor H 318 

Elizabeth 319 

" Justice M 180 

Washington 4 

Ward, Edward Mortimer 219 

Edward Mortimer, Jr ^ 387 

" George Edgar 388 

Watson, M 135 

Austin 258 

" Benjamin '.. 19, 21 

Cynthia 21 

Elizabeth 257 

Florence 256 

Priscilla 19 

West, Addison Tinsley 42 7 

" Anna Munroe 429 

" Annie Munroe 271 

" Elizabeth 6, 2 73 

" Frank Bartow 275 

" Francis Bartow, Jr 428 

" Major Joseph Jones 145 

" Joseph Jones, Jr 274 

Joseph Woodford 430 

" Katherine 272 

" Martha J 1 78 

Westerman, Dorothy 490 

Wharton, Col. John A 30 

William H „ 30 

Wheatley, Auinton Rogers 289 

" Joseph Knowlton .". 288 

" William Hayes 448 

Willkes T 158 

Wheeler, Austin 198 

" Helen Maro 851 

" John Maro 196 

" Maro 89, 91 

" Mary Isabella 199, 350 

Thomas Lough _ 349 

— 123 — 

Wheeler, Willis Austin ...- - 197 

White, Austin Henry - - — •• 89 

,Iolin Maro - - 198 

Wliitlielil, IiiiDKene - - -- ^95 

Whiting, Charles De Witt - 322 

" ■ Charles - - *''7 

Flora M 32« 

Harry 11 - 32+ 

John 182 

Lorenzo D 325 

Norma *^^ 

Thomas C - 323 

Whitney, Dr. A. W -— IT 

Wlllets, Amos : ■■ 10 

Sarah - - - I*' 

" Sarah Cromwell - — ■■ - 151 

Williams, Lucie — - — 235 

S. M - - 30 

Willson, Amanda - - - 101 

Wilson, David - - - - - 345 

" Louis - - ■■ 342 

Sarah - -■-• 343 

Thomas - 344 

Wiltse, B. F 31 G 

Elizabeth F - 316 

Wood, Albert William - - - 1 18 

" Austin Bertrand - 225 

" James B - - 118 

" Julia - 227 

" Laura Austin - 224 

Thomas Heard - -■ 22(> 

Woodford, Caroline Matilda 42 

Isabelle Susanne - - - 353 

Oliver - ■■ 42 

Walter De Witt 352 

Walter Reed 199 

Wooster, Gen - 1 

Wright, Catherine 16 

Jordan 16