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REGISTER OF 
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COLONIAL WARS 

1897-1898 



CONSTITUTION OF THE 
GENERAL SOCIETY 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF 
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 



NEW-YORK 
JANUARY, 1898 



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PRINTED BY 

JAMES POTT & COMPANY 

FOURTH AVENUE AND ZZD STREET 

NEW YORK 



NOTE. 



As the final pages of this Register are going to 
press, our country is engaged in its first conflict with a 
Continental Power, and it is fitting that this opportunity 
be taken to extend the good wishes of the Society to its 
numerous members in the army, navy, and volunteer 
forces of the United States who are in active service 
against Spain, and to wish them a speedy and safe re 
turn to their homes or stations. 

The General Society is actively engaged in raising a 
Patriotic War Fund, to be used for the purpose of show 
ing its devotion to our country. 

June, 



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CONTENTS. 

GENERAL OFFICERS AND DELEGATES. 
CONSTITUTION OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE STATE SOCIETIES IN THE ORDER 
OF THEIR ESTABLISHMENT. 

NEW-YORK SOCIETY. 

PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY. 

MARYLAND SOCIETY. 

MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY. 

CONNECTICUT SOCIETY. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SOCIETY. 

NEW JERSEY SOCIETY. 

VIRGINIA SOCIETY. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE SOCIETY. 

VERMONT SOCIETY. 

ILLINOIS SOCIETY. 

MISSOURI SOCIETY. 

OHIO SOCIETY. 

NEBRASKA SOCIETY. 

MINNESOTA SOCIETY. 

KENTUCKY SOCIETY. 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY. 

COLORADO SOCIETY. 

IOWA SOCIETY. 

GEORGIA SOCIETY. 

MICHIGAN SOCIETY. 

WISCONSIN SOCIETY. 

DELAWARE SOCIETY. 

RHODE ISLAND SOCIETY. 
SUMMARY. 
INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 

(To avoid repetition the services of ancestors will only appear 
in the index.) 



The General Society of Colonial Wars was organ 
ized on May 9 and 10, 1893, in the Governor s 
Room, City Hall, New-York, by delegates from 
five States and the District of Columbia. A Con 
stitution was adopted on May 10, 1893, subject to 
the approval of a majority of the delegates present 
at an adjourned meeting of the General Assembly, 
and the General Officers were then elected. An 
adjourned meeting of the General Assembly was 
held at the Hotel New Netherland, New- York City, 
on December 19, 1893, and the Constitution as 
amended unanimously adopted. The final session 
of the .First General Assembly was held in Congress 
Hall, Philadelphia, May 7 and 8, 1896. The Second 
General Assembly is to be called in Baltimore, in 
May 1899, unless previously assembled by special 
order. 

Meetings of the General Council were held in 
Carpenter s Hall, Philadelphia, on May 8, 1894; in 
New- York City, on November 12, 1894; in the City 
Hall, Baltimore, May 13 and 14, 1895; in New- 
York City, December 19, 1895; in Congress Hall, 
Philadelphia, May 7, 1896; in New-York, Novem 
ber 19, 1896; in New Haven, May 13, 1897, and in 
Boston, December 21, 1897. 



OFFICERS OF THE 

GENERAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. 
1896-1899. 

Governor-General. 
FREDERIC J. DE PEYSTER, 7 East 42d Street, New-York City. 

^Deputy Governors-General. 

New-York, T. J. OAKLEY RHINELANDER, 41 Wall 
Street, New- York City. 

Pennsylvania, RICHARD McCALL CADWALLADER, 133 
South 1 2th Street, Philadelphia. 

Maryland, GENERAL JOSEPH LANCASTER BRENT, Balti 
more. 

Massachusetts, DR. FRANCIS ELLINGWOOD ABBOT, 
Cambridge. 

Connecticut, HON. FREDERICK JOHN KINGSBURY, 
Waterbury. 

District of Columbia, REAR-ADMIRAL FRANCIS ASBURY 
ROE, U. S. N., 1232 1 7th Street, N. W., Wash 
ington. 

New Jersey, MALCOLM MACDONALD, Princeton. 

Virginia, HON. RICHARD THOMAS WALKER DUKE, JR., 
Charlottesville. 

New Hampshire, HON. HENRY O. KENT, Lancaster. 

Vermont, COLONEL EDWARD A. CHITTENDEN, St. 
Albans. 

Illinois, JOSIAH LEWIS LOMBARD, Reaper Block, Chi 
cago. 

Missouri, HENRY CADLE, Bethany. 

Ohio, MICHAEL M. SHOEMAKER, 667 West 4th Street, 
Cincinnati. 

Nebraska, HON. J. STIRLING MORTON, Nebraska City. 

Minnesota, RUKARD HURD, St. Paul. 

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Kentucky, DAVID MAY JONES, Harrodsburg. 
California, SPENCER ROANE THORPE, Los Angeles. 
Colorado, ARTHUR S. DWIGHT, Argentine, Kan. 
Iowa, RIGHT REV. WILLIAM S. PERRY, Dubuque. 
Georgia, JOHN A. G. CARSON, Savannah. 
Michigan, TRUMAN H. NEWBERRY, Detroit. 
Wisconsin, CAPTAIN PHILIP READE, U. S. A., Fort 

Snelling, Minn. 

Delaware, HON. IGNATIUS C. GRUBB, Wilmington, 
Rhode Island, GOVERNOR ELISHA DYER, Providence. 

Secretary- General. 

HOWLAND PELL, Room 618, Lords Court Building, 
40 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. 

Deputy Secretary-General, 
FREDERICK EVEREST HAIGHT, 49 Leonard Street, N. Y. 

Treasurer-General. 
EDWARD SHIPPEN, 532 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Deputy Treasurer-General. 

WALTER CHANDLER, Elizabeth, N. J., and 120 Broad 
way, N. Y. C. 

Registrar-General. 

GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE, 1808 Park Avenue, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Historian- General. 

The REVEREND CHARLES ELLIS STEVENS, LL. D. , D. C. L. , 
2217 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chaplain- General. 

RIGHT REVEREND HENRY BENJAMIN WHIPPLE, D.D., 
LL.D., Faribault, Minn. 

Surgeon- General. 

CHARLES SAMUEL WARD, M.D., Bridgeport, Conn. 

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Chancellor-General. 
GOVERNOR ROGER WOLCOTT, Boston, Mass. 

State Secretaries. 

Oregon, JOSEPH H. BATCHELDER, Portland. 
Washington, J. KENNEDY STOUT, Spokane. 



DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES 

TO THE 

SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE SOCIETY 
OF COLONIAL WARS. 

1896-1899. 

New-York Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

HON. ABRAHAM R. LAWRENCE, FREDERIC H. BETTS, 

HON. WILLARD BARTLETT, FREDERICK CLARKSON, 

HON. ELIHU ROOT, WILLIAM G. DAVIES, 

HOWARD R. BAYNE, WALTER L. SUYDAM, 

CEO. R. SCHIEFFELIN. EDWARD DE P. LIVINGSTON. 

Pennsylvania Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN, M.D., JAMES W. COOKE, 

T. CHESTER WALBRIDGE, CHARLES H. HUTCHINSON, 

WM. MACPHERSON HORNER, CAPT. HENRY H. BELLAS. 

CEO. CUTHBERT GlLLESPIE, FRANCIS O. ALLEN, 

EDWARD S. SAYRES. DR. WM. H. KLAPP. 

Maryland Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

McHENRY HOWARD, REV. H. W. BALLANTINE, 

EDWARD A. JENKINS, THOMAS M. SMITH, 

RICHARD C. HOFFMAN, JULIAN H. LEE, 

JOHN A. WILSON. WALTER DE C. POULTNEY, 

COL. HENRY A. RAMSAY. JOHN P. PACA. 

Massachusetts Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

JAMES A. NOYES, EDWARD T. BARKER, 

ALBERT A. FOLSOM, GEORGE S. BARTON, 

WALTER G. PAGE, HENRY O. HOUGHTON, 

MYLES STANDISH, M.D., ARTHUR J. C. SOWDON, 

ABIJAH THOMPSON. JOHN A. REMICK. 

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Connecticut Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

PROF. THEODORE S. WOOLSEY, HON. M. B. BEARDSLEY, 

MAIOR B. P. LEARNED, PROF. HY. FAIRFIELD OSBORN, 

HENRY C. STURGES, COL. Louis R. CHENEY, 

CHARLES EDW. GROSS, ARCHIBALD H. SMITH, 

RALPH W. CUTLER. CHARLES F. CHAPIN. 

District of Columbia Society. 

Delegates. 

GENERAL ABSALOM BAIRD, U. S. A. 
A. HOWARD CLARK, 
WM. VAN ZANT Cox, 
CHAS. F. T. BEALE, 
JOSEPH CUYLER HARDIE. 

New Jersey Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

FRANK O. BRIGGS, HENRY P. TOLER, 

GEORGE E. KOUES, WILLIAM F. MORGAN, 

GEN. W. S. STRYKER, BRADFORD DARRACH, 

WILLIAM M. DEEN, GEORGE S. WYLIE, 

JOHN EYERMAN. CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, JR. 

New Hampshire Society. 

Delegates. 

GEN. WILLIAM DAVIS SAWYER, 
CHARLES EASTMAN STANIELS, 
COL. JAMES FORNEY, U.S.M.C., 
CAPT. WILLIAM LITHGOW WILEY, 
FREDERIC BACON PHILBROOK. 

Vermont Society. 

Delegates. 

HON. URBAN A. WOODBURY, 
GEN. THEODORE S. PECK, 
COL. WILLIAM SEWARD WEBB, 
COL. ROBERT J. KIMBALL, 
COL. EDWARD C. SMITH. 
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Illinois Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE, GEORGE W. NEWCOMB, 

HENRY S. BOUTELL, ALBERT E. SNOW, 

SAMUEL E. GROSS, EDWARD B. CASE, 

FRANK B. TOBEY, WILLIAM W. STRONG, 

REV. ABBOTT E. KITTREDGE. CHARLES D. DANA. 

[Missouri Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

DR. EDGAR C. HAYS, JOHN F. RANDALL, 

REV. SAMUEL N. WATSON, LAUREN C. EASTMAN, 

DAVID D. SABIN, JAMES W. ATWILL, 

PROF. ALEXANDER F. FLEET, LIEUT. F. A. WINTER, U.S.A., 

HON. CHAS. E. PEARCE. HUGH C. WARD. 

Ohio Society. 

Delegates. 

HON. SAMUEL F. HUNT, 
RALPH PETERS, 
GEORGE E. POMEROY, 
EPHRAIM M. WOOD, 
FREDERICK B. SHOEMAKER. 

Nebraska Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

EDWIN C. WEBSTER, CHARLES W. HAMILTON. 

WILLIAM F. SMITH, FRANK T. HAMILTON, 

JOHN T. THOMPSON, CLEMENT CHASE, 

WLLLIAM H. ALEXANDER, CHARLES F. LADD, 

CHARLES A. HANNA. CHARLES P. WOOLWORTH. 

{Minnesota Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

CHARLES P. NOYES, JOHN TOWNSEND, 

JACOB STONE, ROBERT I. FARRINGTON, 

DELOS A. MONFORT, WILLIAM K. COFFIN, 

LEWIS A. ROBINSON, GEORGE M. PHILLIPS, 

JAMES H. SKINNER. MAJOR CHARLES H. WHIPPLE. 

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Kentucky Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

CAPT. ALEX. M. WETHERELL, DANIEL L. GOOCH, 

WM. LAFON HALSEY, MATTHEW L. AKERS, 

GARY H. BACON, PAUL JONES. 

THOMAS P. GRANT, M.D., ANDERSON C. QUISENBERRY, 

CHARLES H. TODD, M.D., HERVEY MCDOWELL, M.D. 

California Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

REV. WM. A. BREWER, ASAHEL G. AVERY, 

GEO. T. KLINK, EDWARD R. DIMOND, 

H. A. NICHOLS, L/r.-CoL. W. A. ELDERSKIN, 

CAPT. A. H. PAYSON, FRED K S. MOODY, 

J. K. STOUT, LIEUT.-COM. J. R. STANTON. 

Colorado Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

COLONEL T. W.-M. DRAPER, HON. JOEL F. VAILE, 

HON. HENRY R. WOLCOTT, HON. EDWARD O. WOLCOTT, 

GEORGE W. PIERCE, AUSTIN G. GORHAM, 

NATHAN F. TRUMBULL, HENRY LE B. WILLS, 

BENJAMIN B. LAWRENCE, CHARLES DENISON. 

Iowa Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

REV. WILLIAM SALTER, REV. CLINTON H. WEAVER, 

SILAS W. GARDINER, GEORGE A. GOODELL, 

MARVIN B. POOL, LAUREN C. EASTMAN, 

FRANK A. MILLARD, WILLIAM P. BRADY, 

ESEK S. BALLORD. REV. S. R. J. HOYT. 

Georgia Society. 

Delegates. 

THOMAS P. WARING, M.D., 
WILLIAM R. LEAKEN, 
ANTHONY S. BYERS, 
HUGH HAGAN, M.D., 
HUGH VERNON WASHINGTON. 
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Michigan Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

FREDERICK T. SIBLEY, HENRY W. SKINNER, 

RUFUS W. GILLETTE, EDWARD L. WOODRUFF, 

W. C. MCMILLAN, SYDNEY T. MILLER, 

THEODORE H. EATON, BENJAMIN H. SCRANTON. 

Wisconsin Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

WILLIAM W. STRONG, FRANK SLOSSON, 

WYMAN K. FLINT, WILLIAM H. UPHAM, 

JOHN W. P. LOMBARD, ELLIS B. USHER, 

CHARLES G. STARK, WILLIAM W. WIGHT, 

WILLIAM K. COFFIN. WILLIAM J. STARR. 

1{hode Island Society. 

Delegates. Alternates. 

V. MOTT FRANCIS, M.D., H. R. STORER, 

JOSHUA WILBOUR, H. B. TOMPKINS, 

GEO. C. NIGHTINGALE, M. McA. SMITH, 

GEN. HUNTER C. WHITE, G. M. SMITH, M.D., 

R. HAMMETT TILLEY. L. F. BURROUGH. 



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CONSTITUTION. 



PREAMBLE. 

Whereas, It is desirable that there should be 
adequate celebrations commemorative of the 
events of Colonial History happening from the 
settlement of Jamestown, Va., May 13, 1607, 
to the battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775 : 

Therefore, The Society of Colonial Wars 
has been instituted to perpetuate the memory 
of those events, and of the men who, in mili 
tary, naval, and civil positions of high trust 
and responsibility, by their acts of counsel, as 
sisted in the establishment, defense, and preser 
vation of the American Colonies, and were in 
truth the founders of this nation. With this 
end in view it seeks to collect and preserve 
manuscripts, rolls, relics, and records ; to pro 
vide suitable commemorations or memorials 
relating to the American colonial period, and 
to inspire in its members the fraternal and 
patriotic spirit of their forefathers, and in the 
community, respect and reverence for those 
whose public services made our freedom and 
unity possible. 



ARTICLE I. 

NAME. 

The Society shall be known by the name 
and title of the General Society of Colonial 

Wars. 

ARTICLE II. 

MEMBERSHIP. 

Any male person above the age of twenty- 
one years, of good moral character and reputa 
tion, shall be eligible to membership in the 
Society of Colonial Wars, who is lineally de 
scended in the male or female line from an 
ancestor : 

(i) Who served as a military or naval offi 
cer, or as a soldier, sailor, or marine, or as a 
privateersman, under authority of the Colonies 
which afterward formed the United States, or 
in the forces of Great Britain which participated 
with those of the said Colonies in any wars in 
which the said Colonies were engaged, or in 
which they enrolled men, from the settlement 
of Jamestown, May 13, 1607, to the battle of 
Lexington, April 19, 1775; or 



(2) Who held office in any of the Colonies 
between the dates above mentioned, either as 

(a) Director-General, Vice-Director-General, 
or member of the Council, or legislative body 
in the Colony of New Netherlands; 

(6) Governor, Lieutenant or Deputy Gov 
ernor, Lord Proprietor, member of the King s 
or Governor s Council, or legislative body in 
the Colonies of New- York, New Jersey, Vir 
ginia, Pennsylvania, and Delaware ; 

(c) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy Gov 
ernor, or member of the Council, or of the leg 
islative body in Maryland and the Carolinas ; 

(d) Governor, Deputy Governor, Governor s 
Assistant, or Commissioner to the United Colo 
nies of New England, or member of the Coun 
cil, body of Assistants, or legislative body in 
any of the New England Colonies. 

One collateral representative of an ancestor 
such as above specified, shall be eligible to 
membership, provided there be no existing lin 
eal descendant, and provided that such person 
be the oldest collateral representative in the 
male line, of such ancestor, or has filed with 
the Secretary-General of the Society written re 
nunciations from all other persons having nearer 
claims to representation. 

No State Society shall adopt any rule of eli 
gibility for membership which shall admit any 
person not eligible for membership in the Gen 
eral Society. 



But any State Society may, except as to 
members transferred from another State Society, 
further restrict, at its discretion, the basis of 
eligibility for membership in its own society. 

ARTICLE III. 

GENERAL SOCIETY. 

The General Society of Colonial Wars shall 
consist of the societies now existing in the 
States of New- York, Pennsylvania, Maryland* 
Massachusetts, Connecticut, and District of 
Columbia, and such other State Societies as 
may from time to time be duly organized and 
authorized by the General Society. 

Whenever the word " State " occurs in this 
Constitution it shall be held to include within 
its meaning the Territories of the United States, 
and the District of Columbia. 

ARTICLE IV. 

OFFICERS. 

The officers of the General Society of Colo 
nial Wars shall be a Governor-General, a 
Deputy Governor-General from each State So 
ciety, a Secretary-General, a Deputy Secre 
tary-General, a Treasurer-General, a Deputy 
Treasurer-General, a Registrar-General, a His 
torian-General, a Chaplain-General, a Chancel- 



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lor-General, and a Surgeon-General. With 
the exception of the Deputy Governor-Gen 
erals the above officers shall be elected by a 
plurality vote of the delegates present at a 
General Assembly of the Society. Vacancies 
occurring by death or resignation may be filled 
by the General Council for the unexpired term. 
Each Deputy Governor-General shall be elected 
by a plurality vote of the delegates present in 
the General Assembly from the State from 
which said Deputy Governor-General is chosen. 
The above officers shall serve until the next 
regular meeting of the General Assembly, or 
until their successors are duly chosen. 

ARTICLE V. 

MEETINGS. 

The regular meetings of the General Society 
shall be termed " General Assemblies " and shall 
be held once every three years, at such time 
and place as the preceding General Assembly 
may elect. Special General Assemblies may 
be held upon the order of the Governor-Gen 
eral, or upon the order of the Governors of 
three of the State Societies. 

General Assemblies shall consist of the Gen 
eral Officers and five delegates from each State 
Society. Delegates or General Officers repre 
senting a majority of the State Societies shall 
constitute a quorum for the transaction of busi- 



ness; and proceedings shall be in accordance 
with parliamentary law. The order of busi 
ness shall be 

First. The calling of the General Assembly 
to order by the Governor- General, or in his ab 
sence by the Secretary-General. 

Second. Prayer by the Chaplain-General. 

Third. Reading of Minutes of last General 
Assembly. 

Fourth. Report from Secretary-General. 

Fifth. Report from the Treasurer-General. 

Sixth. Reports from Committees and Offi 
cers. 

Seventh. Unfinished Business. 

Eighth. New Business. 

Ninth. Reports from State Societies. 

Tenth. Election of Officers. 

Eleventh. Benediction by the Chaplain-Gen 
eral. 

The minutes of each Assembly shall be read 
before its final adjournment. 

ARTICLE VI. 

STATE SOCIETIES. 

Each State Society shall annually transmit 
to the Secretary-General a circular letter stating 
the number of its members, general matters of 
interest, and any suggestions which may be 
deemed of advantage to the Society. Each 
State Society shall, in the month of January in 



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each year, pay to the Treasurer-General the 
sum of $25.00. 

ARTICLE VII. 

POWERS OF THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 

The General Society shall have sole power 
of action in the national, as distinct from the 
State, affairs of the organization. It shall have 
jurisdiction to pass upon all questions of eligi 
bility referred to jit by the Registrar-General; 
but shall not otherwise interfere in the regula 
tions or government of any State Society, unless 
by a plurality vote of the General Assembly, 
when the surrender of a State charter may be 
demanded, should an investigation show that 
such action is necessary for the welfare of the 
Societies at large. It shall have power to grant 
charters to States other than those in which the 
Society is already organized, provided that at 
least nine persons duly qualified to be members 
make such application. It shall issue the in 
signia and the diploma of membership. It 
shall publish the Year-Book with the coopera 
tion of the several State Societies ; and the cost 
shall be defrayed by the latter in proportion to 
their membership. 

The General Council, which shall be com 
posed of all the General Officers, shall exercise 
the powers of the General Society (except those 
of demanding State charters, and of amending 



the Constitution) between meetings of the 
General Assembly, to which latter body it 
shall regularly report all its transactions. 



ARTICLE VIII. 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL. 

The Governor-General, or in his absence, a 
duly selected temporary presiding officer, shall 
preside at all General Assemblies and meetings 
of the General Council of the Society. 

ARTICLE IX. 

SECRETARY-GENERAL. 

The Secretary-General shall be keeper of the 
Great Seal of the Society, and of the General 
Society flag, and of the diploma. He shall con 
duct the general correspondence of the Society 
and keep a record thereof. He shall have 
charge of the printing and publications of the 
Society. He shall give due notice of the time 
and place of the holding of all meetings of the 
General Assembly, and of the General Council ; 
and shall keep full record of their proceedings. 

ARTICLE X. 

TREASURER-GENERAL. 

The Treasurer-General shall collect and keep 
the funds and securities of the Society, and 



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deposit and invest them subject to the direction 
of the General Council. Out of these funds he 
shall pay such sums as may be ordered by the 
General Council. He shall keep a full account 
of his receipts and payments, and at each Gen 
eral Assembly, or when required by the General 
Council, shall render an account of the same. 
He shall be custodian of the die of the insignia, 
and may issue the insignia and rosettes. 

For the faithful performance of his duty, he 
may be required to give such security as the 
General Council may deem proper. 

ARTICLE XI. 

REGISTRAR-GENERAL. 

It shall be the duty of each State Society to 
file with the Registrar-General a duplicate of the 
application of each member. The Registrar- 
General shall receive and file all duplicate 
applications upon which membership has been 
granted, with a list of all diplomas signed by 
him, and all documents which the Society may 
acquire. It shall also be his duty to submit to 
the General Council any application for mem 
bership which, in his opinion, does not fulfil the 
requirements of Article II. of this Constitution. 



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ARTICLE XII. 

HISTORIAN-GENERAL. 

The Historian-General shall keep a detailed 
record of all historical and commemorative 
celebrations of the General Society, and shall 
edit and prepare for publication such historical 
addresses, papers, and other documents as the 
Society may decide to publish. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

CHAPLAIN-GENERAL. 

The Chaplain-General shall be an ordained 
minister of a Christian church, and it shall be 
his duty to officiate when called upon by the 
proper officers. 

ARTICLE XIV. 

CHANCELLOR-GENERAL. 

The Chancellor-General shall be a lawyer duly 
admitted to the bar, and it shall be his duty to 
give legal opinion on matters affecting the Soci 
ety when called upon by the proper officers. 

ARTICLE XV. 

SURGEON-GENERAL. 

The Surgeon-General shall be a practising 
physician. 



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ARTICLE XVI. 

GREAT SEAL. 

The Great Seal of the General Society shall 
be: Within a beaded annulet, a title scroll, 
" 1607, General Society of Colonial Wars, 
1775"; and in base the motto: "Fortiter Pro 
Patria," surrounding diaper charged with nine 
mullets. Over all a shield, surmounted of the 
crown, bearing American colonial seals quarterly 
of nine: I. VIRGINIA: Argent, a cross gules 
between four escutcheons each regally crowned 
proper, the first and fourth escutcheons France 
and England quarterly; second escutcheon, 
Scotland; third, Ireland. II. NEW-YORK : 
Argent, a beaver bendways proper, on a bor- 
dure tenny, a belt of wampum of the first. III. 
MASSACHUSETTS: Azure, on a mount between 
two pine trees vert, an Indian affronte or, belted 
with leaves of the second, holding in his dexter 
hand an arrow paleways, point downwards, and 
in his sinister hand a bow paleways, of the 
third; upon a scroll proper, issuing from his 
mouth, the legend, " Come over and help us." 
IV. NEW HAMPSHIRE : Quarterly, first and fourth 
grand quarter of France and England; second, 
Scotland; third, Ireland; over all an escutcheon 
of pretence ; azure billetee or, a lion rampant 
of the second, for Nassau. V. CONNECTICUT : 
Argent, a dexter hand issuing out of clouds in 
dexter chief, holding a double scroll proper, 



fesseways, bearing the legend, " Sustinet qui 
transtulit"; in base fifteen grape-vines, six, five, 
four, leaved and fructed proper. VI. MARY 
LAND : Quarterly first and fourth paly of six or 
and sable, a bend counterchanged, for Calvert; 
second and third, per fesse and per pale argent 
and gules, a cross bottony counterchanged for 
Crossland (seal of Lord Baltimore). VII. RHODE 
ISLAND: Azure, an anchor in pale or. VIII. 
NEW JERSEY : Quarterly, first, England impal 
ing Scotland; second, France; third, Ireland; 
fourth, per pale and per chevron; first, gules 
two lions passant guardant in pale or, for 
Brunswick ; second, or, seme e of hearts, a lion 
rampant azure, for Lunenburgh ; third, gules, 
a horse courant argent, for Westphalia ; over all 
an inescutcheon gules, charged with the crown 
of Charlemagne. IX. PENNSYLVANIA : Argent, 
on a fesse sable, three plates ; (Arms of Penn.) 

ARTICLE XVII. 

INSIGNIA. 

The insignia of the Society shall consist of a 
badge, pendant by a gold crown and ring, from 
a watered silk ribbon one inch and a half wide 
of red, bordered with white and edged with red. 
The badge shall be surrounded by a laurel 
wreath in gold and shall consist of: 

Obverse ; A white enameled star of nine points 
bordered with red enamel, having between each 



starpoint a shield displaying an emblem of 
one of the nine original colonies ; and, within a 
blue enameled garter bearing the motto "Fortiter 
Pro Patria," an Indian s head in gold relievo. 

Reverse ; The star above described, but with 
gold edge, each shield between the points dis 
playing a mullet, and in the center, within an 
annulet of blue bearing the title "Society of 
Colonial Wars, 1607-1775," the figure of a 
colonial soldier in gold relievo. The reverse of 
the crown of each insignia shall bear an engraved 
number, corresponding to that of the registered 
number of the member to whom such insignia 
has been issued. 

The insignia shall be worn by the members on 
all occasions when they assemble as such, for 
any stated purpose or celebration, and may be 
worn on any occasion of ceremony. It shall 
be worn conspicuously on the left breast; but 
members who are or have been Gentlemen of 
the Council of a State Society, may place a ro 
sette of regulation pattern upon the silk ribbon 
from which it is pendant. Members who are 
or have been General Officers, or Officers of a 
State Society, may wear the insignia with three 
jewels in a crown, and suspended from a reg 
ulation ribbon around the neck. Members 
who are or have been Governors, Deputy Gov 
ernors, or Lieutenant-Governors of State So 
cieties, or officers of the General Society may, 
in addition to the insignia so suspended, wear a 



ribbon of the Society s colors, three and one- 
half inches in width, extending from the right 
shoulder to the left hip. The insignia shall be 
worn only as above prescribed. 

The rosette in use by the New York -Society was adopted 
by the General Society, but by error the description was 
omitted in the Constitution. 

ARTICLE XVIII. 

DIPLOMA. 

The diploma of this Society shall bear the 
following words : 

GENERAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. 

To All Whom it May Concern. 
Greeting. Know ye, this is to certify that on 

the day of , in the year 

of our Lord , and in the year of this 

Society the 

Gentleman, was duly elected an Hereditary 
Member of the Society of Colonial Wars in the 
State of by right of his de 
scent from 

In witness whereof : We have here 
unto signed our names and affixed the 
Great Seal of the General Society. 
Officers of the General Society. 

Governor-General. 

Secretary- General. 

, Registrar-General. 

And countersigned by the Governor, Secretary, 
and Registrar of the State Society. 



Bordering the top and left side of the di 
ploma is an ornamental scrollwork containing 
within the initial letter "G." of "General So 
ciety," a representation of Captain Miles Stand- 
ish and a band of colonial soldiery; the initial 
surmounted by the imperial crown of the British 
empire, and having below it the motto of the 
Society. Ranged along the scroll are shields 
bearing the arms of the original nine colonies as 
emblazoned in the Great Seal of the Society; 
and around these are emblems of colonial war 
fare, with the flags of Sweden and New Nether- 
land, and the rose, thistle, shamrock, and 
cornflower badges respectively of England, 
Scotland, Ireland, and Germany. At the center, 
at top is a cluster of Indian weapons and the 
head of a Sachem charged upon the fleur-de- 
lis of France. 

ARTICLE XIX. 

FLAG. 

The flag of this Society shall consist of the 
red cross of Saint George on a white field, bear 
ing in the center the escutcheon of the General 
Society surmounted by the crown and sur 
rounded by nine stars. 



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ARTICLE XX. 

STATE SECRETARIES. 

It shall be competent for the General Council 
to appoint State Secretaries in States where no 
State Societies exist, with a view to represent the 
interest of this Society, and, if authorized to do 
so, to prepare for the organization of new State 
Societies. Such State Secretaries shall be sub 
ject to the direction and regulation of the Gen 
eral Council. Their appointment shall be for 
a limited time, not to exceed one year, but may 
be renewed. They may be removed for cause, 
and their office shall terminate upon the organi 
zation of, and grant of a charter to, a Society 
in their State. They shall communicate with 
and receive communication from the Society 
through the Secretary-General. 

ARTICLE XXI. 

MEMBERS OF STATE SOCIETIES. 

The General Council shall elect to member 
ship only charter members of new State Socie 
ties ; whose membership shall be ipso facto trans 
ferred to their own State Society with the grant 
of its charter. No State Society shall elect to 
membership persons resident within the territory 
of another State Society, except upon written 
consent given in advance by the Council of the 
latter Society. But members changing residence 



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from one State to another, or coming within the 
jurisdiction of a new State Society, may at their 
option retain membership in the State Society 
in which they were originally admitted. 

A member of any State Society may be ad 
mitted to membership by action of the Coun 
cil of another State Society, within the bounds 
of which he is resident, upon satisfactory proof 
of his membership in good standing in the So 
ciety from which he comes, and subject to the 
rules and regulations of the Society he enters. 

An initiation fee shall not be twice required. 

ARTICLE XXII. 

ALTERATIONS AND AMENDMENTS. 

No alterations of, or amendments to, this 
Constitution shall be made, unless proposed by 
the Council of a State Society in writing. The 
Secretary-General shall send a printed copy of 
the proposed amendment to each State Society, 
naming the time when and the place where it 
will be voted upon, and the voting shall take 
place in the General Assembly. Six months 
notice shall be given to each Society. No amend 
ment shall be made, unless adopted by a two 
thirds vote of the State Societies through their 
delegates in the General Assembly, 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New 
York, was instituted August 18, 1892, and incor 
porated October 1 8, 1892. The First General Court 
was held at Delmonico s December 19, 1892, Fred 
eric J. de Peyster being elected first Governor and 
Howland Pell first Secretary of the Society. In 
May, 1893, the New York Society with the Societies 
in the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massa 
chusetts, Connecticut and the District of Columbia 
organized the General Society, these States having 
been previously chartered by the Society in the 
State of New York. The Second General Court 
and dinner were held at the Hotel Waldorf, Decem 
ber 19, 1893. The Third General Court was held 
at the Hotel Waldorf, December 19, 1894, and the 
Annual Dinner held there February 1 1, 1895. The 
Fourth General Court was held at the same place, 
December 19, 1895. And the Fifth General Court 
was held there December 19, 1896, and the Fifth 
Annual Dinner was held at Delmonico s, January 
28, 1897. The Sixth General Court held at Del 
monico s new building, on December 20, 1897, and 
the Sixth Annual Dinner held there January 21, 
1898. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 

Elected at the Sixth General Court, held December 
20, 1897. 

Governor. 
FREDERIC J. DE PEYSTER. 

Deputy Governor. 
JAMES W. BEEKMAN. 

Lieutenant-Governors. 

HON. ABRAHAM R. LAWRENCE, EDWARD F. DE LANCEY, 

EDWARD DE P. LIVINGSTON. 

Secretary. 
DAVID BANKS, JR. 

45 William Street, New-York. 

Deputy Secretary. 
WM. BLEECKER SEAMAN. 

Treasurer. 
ARTHUR M. HATCH. 

96 Broadway, New-York. 

Registrar. 
CHARLES H. POND. 

Chancellor. 
FREDERIC H. BETTS. 

Vice-Chancellor. 
WILLIAM G. DAVIES. 

Surgeons. 
F. LE ROY SATTERLEE, M.D. GOUVERNEUR M. SMITH, M.D. 

Historian. 
ABRAHAM B. VALENTINE. 



Chaplain. 
RT. REV. WM. C. DOANE. 

Genealogist. 
JAMES H. TOWNSEND. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
Term expiring 1898. Term expiring 1899. 

HOWLAND PELL, PHILIP LIVINGSTON, 

HOWARD R. BAYNE, MADISON GRANT, 

EVERETT PEPPERRELL WHEELER. CORTLAND S. VAN RENSSELAER. 

Term expiring 1900. 

GEORGE R. SCHIEFFELIN, FREDERICK E. HAIGHT, 

WALTER L. SUYDAM. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on {Membership. 

ANDREW A. BIBBY, EDWARD N. CROSBY, 

EDWARD TRENCHARD, BAYARD F. FOULKE, 

FRANCIS T. UNDERHILL, MORRIS P. FERRIS, 

ANTHONY J. BLEECKER. 

Committee on Historical Documents. 
ISAAC MYER, BANYER CLARKSON, 

THOMAS EGLESTON, SYDNEY H. CARNEY, M.D.. 

SMITH E. LANE. 

Committee on Installation and Stewards of the Society. 
HENRY C. SWORDS, PHILIP RHINELANDER, 

HENRY S. CLARK, AMORY S. CARHART, 

FREDERIC D. THOMPSON. 

LOCAL SECRETARIES. 
JAMES W. Cox, Jr., CYRUS K. REMINGTON, 

Albany, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 

GEO. MAY ELWOOD, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
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NE W- YORK. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 

[Numbers up to 105 were elected in 1892 ; 106 to 331 in 1893 ; 331 to 472, in 1894 ; 473 to 623 in 
1895 ; 624 to 780 in 1896, and 781 to 899 in 1897.] 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

228 ABBOT, FRANCIS ELLINGWOOD, Cambridge, Mass. 228 

4th in descent from Captain John Abbot. 

659 ABBOTT, HON. GEORGE BIRCH, Brooklyn. 1369 

7th in descent from George Abbott. 
6th in descent from John Pickering. 

855 ADAMS, GEORGE H., New- York. 2240 

4th in descent from Anthony Emery. 

405 ADAMS, HENRY HERSCHEL, New-York, Colonel and A. 405 

D. C., Conn. N. G. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant James Converse. 
7th in descent from Major James Converse. 
6th in descent from Richard Thayer, 2d. 

363 AITKEN, WILLIAM BENFORD, New- York. 363 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 

594 AKERLY, REVEREND SAMUEL MITCHILL, Newburgh. 1182 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Hulbert. 
7th in descent from William Welles. 
6th in descent from James Graham. 
5th in descent from Colonel Augustine Graham. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Horton. 
5th in descent from Governor Lewis Morris. 

766 ALBRO, REVEREND ADDIS, Greenville, Mich. 1667 

6th in descent from Major John Albro. 
7th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 
6th in descent from Governor Benedict Arnold. 
5th in descent from Deputy Governor James Barker. 
5th in descent from Major John Bliss. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

418 ALLEN, FREDERICK PERCIVAL, Rochester. 660 

5th in descent from John Allen. 
7th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 

760 ARNOLD, BENJAMIN WALWORTH, Albany. 1611 

9th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant James Avery. 
7th in descent from Honorable Richard Treat. 
6th in descent from Reverend James Noyes. 

450 ARNOLD, CONWAY HILLYER, JR., Second Lieutenant, 788 

5th Artillery, U.S.A. 
6th in descent from Colonel Richard Calloway. 

138 ASTOR, JOHN JACOB, New- York. 138 

7th in descent from Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
3rd in descent from Colonel John Armstrong. 

828 ATHERTON, FISHER, Buffalo. 2047 

7th in descent from Major Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

827 ATWOOD, EDWARD STANLEY, New- York. 2046 

9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Roberts. 
8th in descent from General James Cud worth. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Snow. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

526 AVERILL, HENRY KETCHUM, Pittsburgh. 987 

8th in descent from Samuel Symonds. 
7th in descent from Captain Jan Strycker. 
6th in descent from Isaac Morgan. 
6th in descent from Captain Epenetus Platt. 
5th in descent from Captain Stephen Noble. 
4th in descent from Samuel Moore. 

278 AVERY, FRANK MONTGOMERY, New-York. 278 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant James Avery, Jr. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
7th in descent from Captain Daniel Wetherell. 

870 AVERY, TRUEMAN GARDNER, Buffalo. 2255 

6th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

501 BABCOCK, JOSEPH NOYES, New- York. 963 

^rd in descent from Colonel Henry Babcock. 

500 BABCOCK, PHILIP SHERIDAN, New-York. 962 

^rd in descent from Colonel Henry Babcock. 

196 BACKUS, BRADY ELECTUS, REVEREND, New- York. 196 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Backus. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
7th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
6th in descent from the Reverend John Whiting. 
4th in descent from Abner Mallary. 

257 BACKUS, J. BAYARD, New-York. 257 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Talcott. 
5th in descent from Major John Chester. 

548 BACON, GORHAM, M.D., New-York. 1092 

4th in descent from Lieutenant William Henshaw. 

695 BAILEY, THEODORE, New- York. 1463 

7th in descent from Colonel Abraham de Peyster. 

1 06 BAKER, FRANK LESLIE, New- York. 106 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 

670 BAKER, GEORGE COMSTOCK, Albany. 1380 

7th in descent from Captain John Baker. 

1 88 BALDWIN, JOSEPH CLARK, New- York. 188 

6th in descent from Captain John Beard. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

12 BALDWIN, NATHAN ADOLPHUS, Milford, Ct. 12 

6th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

233 BANGS, ANSON CUYLER, Brooklyn. 233 

6th in descent from Captain Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
5th in descent from Captain John Bleecker. 

679 BANKS, HON. A. BLEECKER, Albany. 1389 

4th in descent from Colonel Josiah Ogden. 

302 BANKS, DAVID, New-York. 302 

4th in descent from Colonel Josiah Ogden. 

107 BANKS, DAVID, JR., Captain, i2th Regiment, N.G.N.Y. 107 
8th in descent from Thomas Root. 
8th in descent from John Plum. 
7th in descent from Richard Man. 
7th in descent from John Ogden. 
5th in descent from Colonel Josiah Ogden. 

298 BANTA, THEODORE MELVIN, Brooklyn. 298 

7th in descent from David Demarest. 
7th in descent from Corporal Pierre Cresson. 
7th in descent from Corporal Simon De Ruine. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Sayre. 

321 BARCLAY, JAMES SEARLE, New- York. 321 

4th in descent from Captain John Searle. 

420 BARNES, ALFRED CUTLER, GENERAL, Brooklyn. 662 

9th in descent from Honorable Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 
7th in descent from Captain John King. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Colton. 
6th in descent from Benjamin Burr. 
6th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Loomis. 

886 BARNES, ALFRED VICTOR, Brooklyn. 2271 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

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NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

860 BARNWELL, MORGAN GIBBES, Tuxedo Park. 2245 

5th in descent from John Barnwell. 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

604 BARTLETT, HON. FRANKLIN, M. C, Colonel, 22d 1244 

Regiment, N. G. N. Y. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

454 BARTLETT, GEORGE FREDERIC HUNTER, M.D., Buffalo. 792 
7th in descent from Robert Bartlett. 
8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
8th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 

282 BARTLETT, JOHN RUSSELL, Captain, U. S. N. 282 

7th in descent from John Russell. 

605 BARTLETT, HON. WILLARD, Justice of Supreme Court 1245 

of New-York. 

7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
856 BARROWS, IRA, New-York. 2241 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Bears. 
200 BASSETT, CHARLES FRANKLIN, New-York. 200 

8th in descent from William Bassett. 

6th in descent from Colonel William Bassett. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Dymoke. 

8th in descent from Ensign Shubael Dymoke. 
8 Itayne, Howard Randolph, New-York. 8 

3d in descent from Captain John Ashby. 

515 BEACH, BENNETT SHELDON, M.D., Major and Surgeon, 977 
22d Regiment, N. G. N. Y. 

6th in descent from Captain John Minor. 

5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Minor. 
663 BEATTY, ALFRED CHESTER, New-York. 1373 

8th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 

8th in descent from John Ogden. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 

7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

384 BEATTY, ROBERT CHETWOOD, New-York. 384 

8th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

383 BEATTY, WILLIAM GEDNEY, New-York. 383 

8th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

369 BECKURTS, CHARLES LEWIS, ist Lieutenant, 6th In- 369 

fantry, U.S.A. 
6th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

108 BEEKMAN, JAMES WILLIAM, New-York. 108 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
5th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 
8th in descent from Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
8th in descent from Brant Van Slichtenhorst. 
8th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Major Abraham Staats, M.D. 
7th in descent from Alexander Lindsay Glen. 
6th in descent from Captain John Sanders Glen. 
5th in descent from Colonel Jacob Glen. 
6th in descent from Captain Johannes Wendell. 
5th in descent from Captain Johannes de Honneur. 
4th in descent from Captain Abraham Keteltas. 
4th in descent from Captain William Steele. 
4th in descent from Captain John Saunders. 

606 BELKNAP, WALDRON PHOENIX, New- York. 1246 

5th in descent from Samuel Belknap. 
4th in descent from Captain Samuel Belknap. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Avery. 
7th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 

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NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Gersham Flagg. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Williams. 

787 BELL, JARED WEED, New- York. 1872 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Bell. 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Bell. 

8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

8th in descent from Richard Warren. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Church. 

7th in descent from Jasper Crane. 

7th in descent from Thomas Hulbert. 

7th in descent from Hugh Calkin. 

6th in descent from Captain Thomas Benedict. 

6th in descent from William Wodell. 

4th in descent from Ebenezer Dowd. 
356 BENEDICT, ROBERT DEWEY, New-York. 356 

3d in descent from Captain Stephen Dewey. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 
540 BENEDICT, JAMES AUGUSTUS, New- York. 1084 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Silas Sears. 
833 BENEDICT, LEMUEL COLEMAN, New-York. 2052 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 
636 BENEDICT, WILLIAM DE LIESSELINE, New-York. 1295 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 
468 BENJAMIN, MARCUS, Washington, D. C. 875 

8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

8th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Mitchell. 

808 BENSON, FRANK SHERMAN, Brooklyn. 1893 

3d in descent from Dummer Sewall. 

70 BERRY, GERALD, Brooklyn. 7 

6th in descent from Captain John Berry. 

80 BETTS, FREDERIC H., New-York. 80 

3d in descent from Samuel Comstock Betts. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
5th in descent from Captain John Taylor. 
4th in descent from Colonel Andrew Ward. 

314 BETTS, Louis FREDERIC HOLBROOK, New-York. 314 
4th in descent from Samuel Comstock Betts. 

9th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

9th in descent from Abraham Cruttenden. 

9th in descent from Edward Rosseter. 

7th in descent from Josiah Rosseter. 

8th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 

7th in descent from Samuel Wyllys. 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

6th in descent from Samuel Sherman. 

6th in descent from Captain John Taylor. 

5th in descent from Colonel Andrew Ward. 

315 BETTS, SAMUEL ROSSITER, New-York. 315 
4th in descent from Samuel Comstock Betts. 

8th in descent from Edward Rosseter. 

6th in descent from Hon. Josiah Rosseter. 
68 BIBBY, ANDREW A., New-York. 68 

4th in descent from Charles Ward Apthorpe. 
442 BICKLEY, LAWRENCE WHARTON, New- York. 710 

7th in descent from Lieut. -Governor Thomas Lloyd. 
824 BILLINGS, DAVID LANE, New-York. 2043 

9th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

7th in descent from John Howe. 

6th in descent from John Wetherbee. 

5th in descent from Captain Ephraim Wetherbee. 

5th in descent from Captain James Johnson. 
773 BINGHAM, THEODORE ALFRED, Washington, D. C. 1674 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Johnson. 
390 BINNEY, WILLIAM GREENE, Burlington, N. J. 390 

7th in descent from George Vickere. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Cromwell. 

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NEW-YORK, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

167 BISHOP, CORTLANDT FIELD, New-York. 167 

7th in descent from John Bishop. 
6th in descent from Colonel Abraham de Peyster. 

607 BISSELL, EUGENE, Brooklyn. 1247 

6th in descent from Major John Mason. 
35 BLEECKER, ANTHONY JAMES, Captain, 7ist Regiment, 35 

N. G. N. Y. 

7th in descent from Captain Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
7th in descent from Lieut. Goozen Gerritze Van Schaick. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Hicks. 
7th in descent from Cadet Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 
7th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 
6th in descent from Mathew Clarkson. 

86 1 BLIVEN, WILLIAM WARREN, Yonkers. 2246 

4th in descent from Major Edward Bliven. 
8th in descent from Benedict Arnold. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Barker. 

725 BLOODGOOD, DELAVAN, Medical Director, U. S. N., 1576 

Brooklyn. 
7th in descent from Capt. Frans Jansen Bloodgood. 

122 BLUNT, STANHOPE ENGLISH, Captain, Ordnance De- 122 

partment, U.S.A. 

7th in descent from Colonel Shadrach Walton. 
7th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 
7th in descent from Doctor John Cutler. 
7th in descent from Sampson Sheafe. 
6th in descent from Sampson Sheafe, Jr. 

704 BOARDMAN, LANSDALE, New- York. I47 2 

8th in descent from Sergeant David Provoost. 
7th in descent from Johannes Peiters Van Brugh. 
7th in descent from Wilhelmus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Frederick Phillipse. 
4th in descent from Colonel Philip Van Home. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

809 BOLMER, THOMAS HENRY, New- York. 1894 
4th in descent from William Leonhard. 

370 BOORAEM, ROBERT ELMER, New-York. 370 

7th in descent from Edward Elmer. 

5th in descent from Captain Jan Ariense Sip. 

4th in descent from Colonel Cornelius Van Vorst. 
691 BOSTWICK, HENRY ANTHON, New-York. 1459 

5th in descent from Reuben Bostwick. 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

8th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 

8th in descent from Ensign Robert Walker. 

7th in descent from Captain John Seaman. 

7th in descent from John Ruggles. 

7th in descent from Ensign John Hitchcock. 

7th in descent from Colonel Job Almy. 

8 10 BOUCHER, CHARLES, New-York. 1895 
9th in descent from Benjamin Butterfield. 

624 BOUTELLE, FRANK WARREN, Slingerlands. 1283 

6th in descent from John Boutelle. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 

6th in descent from Joseph Hills. 

4th in descent from John Boutwell. 

4th in descent from Nathaniel Seaver. 
76 BOWEN, CLARENCE WINTHROP, New- York. 76 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Bowen. 

8th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 

7th in descent from Captain John Winchester. 

7th in descent from Dep.-Gov. Thomas Danforth. 
502 BOWERS, HENRY, New-York. 964 

7th in descent from Sergeant Ephraim Morton. 

6th in descent from Charles Stockbridge. 
244 BOWERS, JOHN MYER, New-York. 244 

6th in descent from the Hon. Samuel Johnson. 

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NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

295 BRACKETT, ROBERT LAMBERT, New-York. 295 

6th in descent from Captain Anthony Brackett. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Smith. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Pierpont. 

514 BRADLEY, FREDERICK LINES, New- York. 976 

7th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 

240 BRAINERD, CEPHAS, New-York. 240 

5th in descent from Captain James Brainerd. 
6th in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer. 

245 BRAINERD, CEPHAS, JR., New-York. 245 

6th in descent from Captain James Brainerd. 
7th in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer. 

774 BRENTON, CRANSTON HALL, Jamaica. 1675 

7th in descent from Governor William Brenton. 

529 BREWSTER, HENRY COLVIN, Rochester. 990 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

435 BRIGHT, Louis VICTOR, New- York. 701 

4th in descent from Jacob Brecht. 

37 BRISTOW, FRANK H., Brooklyn. 37 

8th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

372 BRITTON, CHARLES PRICE, New-York. 372 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from John Curtis. 
7th in descent from John Porter. 
7th in descent from George Adams. 
6th in descent from Daniel Adams. 

539 BROOKFIELD, HENRY MORGAN, New-York. 1083 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 

293 BROOME, GEORGE COCHRAN, Brooklyn. 293 

6th in descent from Captain John Nelson. 

888 BROWN, CHARLES HOLBROOK, Buffalo. 2344 

5th in descent from Captain Deliverance Brown. 

43 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

456 BROWN, GEORGE LEROY, Capt, nth Infantry, U. S. A. 863 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Walker. 

671 BROWN, GOODWIN, Albany. 1381 

8th in descent from John Bronson. 

575 BROWN, HAROLD, Providence, R. I. 1136 

7th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
7th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 

689 BROWN, JOHN BARKER, New-York. 1457 

9th in descent from William Bassett. 
9th in descent from John Putnam. 
8th in descent from William Hathorne. 
8th in descent from John Porter. 
5th in descent from Israel Hutchinson. 

528 BROWN, JOHN NICHOLAS, Providence, R. I. 989 

7th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
7th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 

451 BROWN, Louis, New-York. 789 

5th in descent from Captain Deliverance Brown. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
7th in descent from James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel White. 
6th in descent from Captain Daniel White. 
6th in descent from William Maltby. 

503 BROWN, PAUL RICHARD, Major, Medical Dept, U.S.A. 965 
5th in descent from Captain Johannis De Bruyne. 
6th in descent from Johannis Pieterszen Van Brugh. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Stephen Richard. 
5th in descent from Captain Paul Richard. 

642 BROWN, WALTER MORTON, Albany. 1301 

9th in descent from Captain John Brown. 
8th in descent from Captain Michael Pierce. 

44 



NEW-YORK:. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

255 BRUGLER, CHARLES EDWARD, REVEREND, Portchester. 255 
6th in descent from Captain David Lacey. 

731 BRYAN, FOSTER ABEL KIMBALL, New-York. 1582 

6th in descent from Captain Asa Foster. 

276 BRYANT, PERCY, M.D., New-York. 276 

loth in descent from William Collier. 
9th in descent from General Constant Southworth. 
8th in descent from Robert Paddock. 
8th in descent from John Doane. 
8th in descent from Thomas Clarke. 
8th in descent from Henry Ewell. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Jabez Howland. 
7th in descent from Captain Paul Sears. 

254 BRYSON, ANDREW, New-York. 254 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Walker. 

672 BUELL, FREDERICK FOLLETT, Troy. 1382 

7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Buell. 
8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
8th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 
7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Baldwin. 
5th in descent from Colonel Ebenezer Norton. 

864 BUNKER, WILLIAM, New-York. 2249 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

839 BURT, STEPHEN SMITH, M.D., New-York. 2058 

7th in descent from Henry Burt. 
5th in descent from Joseph Burt. 

805 BURTIS, PETER PHILLIP, Buffalo. 1890 

8th in descent from Jan Manje. 

718 BUSHNELL, CLARENCE MUNSON, Buffalo. 1486 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 

135 BUTLER, HENRY PERCIVAL, New-York. 135 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Green. 

45 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

786 BYINGTON, CASSIUS PERKINS, Cairo. 1871 

6th in descent from Johannes Dyckman. 

831 BYINGTON, CHARLES SPERRY, Albany. 2050 

7th in descent from Joseph Loomis. 
7th in descent from Robert Hinsdale. 
6th in descent from Barnabas Hinsdale. 

830 BYINGTON, WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, Albany. 2049 

6th in descent from Joseph Loomis. 
6th in descent from Robert Hinsdale. 
5th in descent from Barnabas Hinsdale. 

767 CALEF, AMOS HOWARD, New-York. 1668 

7th in descent from Captain Jeduthan Baldwin. 

705 CAMMANN, EDWARD CRARY, New-York. 1473 

6th in descent from Colonel Conrad Weiser. 

181 CAMMANN, GEORGE PHILIP, New-York. 181 

6th in descent from Colonel Conrad Weiser. 

469 CAMMANN, HENRY LORILLARD, New-York. 876 

6th in descent from Colonel Conrad Weiser. 

814 CAMP, CHARLES LEWIS NICHOLS, Peekskill. 1899 

8th in descent from John Brown. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 
4th in descent from Captain Eldad Lewis. 

778 CAMPBELL, BENJAMIN HOWELL, New-York. 1679 

7th in descent from Samuel Richardson. 
7th in descent from Francis Collins. 
7th in descent from William Jenkins. 

488 CAMPBELL, WILLIAM AUCHINBRECK, New- York. 941 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Campbell. 
9th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
8th in descent from Edward Richmond. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloffe Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

46 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Col. Jeremiah Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
5th in descent from Jedediah Elderkin. 
4th in descent from John Paige. 

497 CAPELL, WILLIAM BENTON, New-York. 959 

5th in descent from John Capell. 

41 CARHART, AMORY SIBLEY, New- York. 41 

8th in descent from Major William Phillips. 

835 CARHART, WILLIAM EDWARD, Brooklyn. 2054 

8th in descent from Major William Phillips. 

549 CARLETON, HORACE MORRISON, Brooklyn. 1093 

5th in descent from George Carleton. 

396 CARNEY, SYDNEY HOWARD, JR., M.D., New-York. 396 

4th in descent from Mark Carney. 

9th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 

8th in descent from George Abbott. 

8th in descent from Simon Crosby, second. 

4th in descent from Ensign Seth Bullard. 
533 CARNEY, SYDNEY HOWARD, M.D., New- York. 1005 

3d in descent from Mark Carney. 

3d in descent from Ensign Seth Bullard. 

87 CARNOCHAN, GOUVERNEUR MORRIS, ist Lieutenant and 87 
Asst. I.R.P., 7th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Beekman. 

7th in descent from Colonel James Graham. 

7th in descent from Major Abraham Staats, M.D. 

6th in descent from Governor Lewis Morris. 

5th in descent from Captain Henry Putnam. 
72 CARPENTER, JAMES OLIVER, Brooklyn. 72 

8th in descent from William Carpenter. 
473 CHAMPLIN, GEORGE GREENMAN, Boston, Mass. 926 

7th in descent from William Champlin. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jeffrey Champlin. 

4th in descent from Captain Samuel Champlin. 

47 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

129 CHANDLER, WALTER, Elizabeth, N. J. 129 

7th in descent from Major Job Chandler. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Chandler. 
8th in descent from Colonel Richard Lee. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Dennison. 
5th in descent from Colonel Josiah Ogden. 

403 CHAPIN, HENRY DWIGHT, M.D., New-York. 403 

6th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 
7th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

170 CHAPMAN, THOMAS BROWNELL, Hartford, Ct. 170 

7th in descent from Robert Chapman, 
loth in descent from Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from John Alden. 
6th in descent from Colonel Sylvester Richmond. 
6th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 

555 CHAUNCEY, ELIHU, New-York. 1099 

4th in descent from Colonel Elihu Chauncey. 
8th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
7th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Colonel Edward Quincey. 
7th in descent from John Hull. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Walley. 
5th in descent from Chief Justice Samuel Sewall. 

169 CHENOWETH, ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, New- York. 169 

6th in descent from William Cromwell. 
4th in descent from Colonel William Crawford. 

758 CHEW, BEVERLY, New-York. 1608 

5th in descent from James Alexander. 

264 CHILDS, JAMES EDMUND, New-York. 264 

4th in descent from Captain Penuel Childs. 

654 CHILDS, WILLIAM WARD, Brooklyn. 1364 

6th in descent from Hon. Robert Carter. 

48 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

756 CHRYSTIE, THOMAS LUDLOW, New-York. 1607 

4th in descent from Captain James Nicholson. 

155 CHURCH, RICHARD, New-York. 155 

6th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
5th in descent from Colonel Johannes Schuyler. 

95 CLARK, HENRY SCHIEFFELIN, ist Lieutenant and Bat- 95 

talion Adjutant, I2th Regiment, N. G. N. Y. 
9th in descent from Colonel Richard Ingoldsby. 
8th in descent from Major John Pell. 
8th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 
7th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Killaen Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Captain Arent Schuyler. 

109 CLARK, WILLIAM NEWTON, New-York. 109 

7th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

832 CLARKE, CHARLES LORENZO, New-York. 2051 

5th in descent from Colonel James Freye. 

423 CLARKE, EDWARD SMITH, Rochester. 689 

5th in descent from Janna Meigs. 

457 CLARKE, ISAAC SHERMAN, Rochester. 864 

7th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

1 60 CLARKSON, BANYER, New- York. 160 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

92 CLARKSON, CLERMONT LIVINGSTON, New-York. 92 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

91 CLARKSON, DAVID AUGUSTUS, New- York. 91 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

325 CLARKSON, FREDERICK, New-York. 325 

5th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

485 CLARKSON, JOHN VAN BOSKIRCK, New-York. 938 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

49 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

821 CLAY, THOMAS SAVAGE, New-York. 1906 

6th in descent from Matthew Dill. 

877 CLEVELAND, JAMES WRAY, 2d Lieutenant, 7th Regi- 2262 

merit, N. G. N. Y. 
7th in descent from Moses Cleveland. 

192 COGHILL, HOWARD, Morristown, N. J. 192 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
9th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Bell. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
7th in descent from Jabez Graham. 

194 COGSWELL, CULLEN VAN RENSSELAER, New-York. 194 

8th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Col. Johannes Van Rensselaer. 

446 COLES, HENRY RUTGERS REMSEN, New-York. 784 

8th in descent from Captain John Underhill. 

740 COLFAX, ALBERT EBEN, New- York. 1591 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

431 COLLINS, CLARENCE LYMAN, New-York. 697 

8th in descent from John Collins. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
8th in descent from Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 
7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 

551 COLLINS, EDWIN PINCKNEY, New- York. 1095 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Beebe. 

23 COLLINS, HOLDRIDGE OZRO, Los Angeles, Cal. 23 

9th in descent from Stephen Hart. 
9th in descent from John Plumb. 
8th in descent from John Bronson. 
7th in descent from Louis Du Bois. 
7th in descent from David Provost. 

50 



NE W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Roeloff Swartout. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Beebe. 

638 CONANT, ERNEST LEE, New-York. 1297 

8th in descent from Roger Conant. 

i Constant, Samuel Victor, New-York. i 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Tuttle. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant James Smith. 

93 CONSTANTINE, RICHARD BUELL, New-York. 93 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

563 CONVERSE, EDMUND COGSWELL, New-York. 1124 

7th in descent from Major James Convers. 

889 CORWIN, HAMILTON STEWART, New-York. 2345 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Charles Glover. 

522 Cox, JAMES WILLIAM, JR., Albany. 984 

5th in descent from Jacob Bump. 

884 CRAFTS, JOHN WILLARD, Buffalo. 2269 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 

667 CRANE, CHARLES NICOLL, New-York. 1377 

8th in descent from Matthew Nicoll. 

290 CRAWFORD, CHARLES ELLISON, New-York. 290 

5th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd. 

242 CROSBY, EDWARD NICOLL, New-York. 242 

8th in descent from Brandt Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
7th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 
6th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

241 CROSBY, LIVINGSTON, New- York. 241 

8th in descent from Brandt Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

5 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

6th in descent from Captain Johannes De Peyster. 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

822 GROUSE, DANIEL NELLIS, Utica. 2041 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 

676 CULVER, CHARLES MORTIMER, Albany. 1386 

7th in descent from Edward Culver. 
9th in descent from John Hall. 
6th in descent from Richard Lord. 
5th in descent from Colonel Stephen Lee. 

893 CULVER, HENRY BRUNDAGE, New-York. 2 349 

7th in descent from Edward Culver. 

783 GUSHING, HARRY COOKE, New-York. 838 

7th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 

761 CUTLER, JAMES GOULD, Rochester. 1612 

6th in descent from Benoni Van Corlear. 

651 CUTLER, JOSEPH WARREN, Rochester. 1310 

6th in descent from Benoni Van Corlear. 

525 DAGGETT, GEORGE HENRY, Minneapolis, Minn. 986 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Elihu Daggett. 

892 DANA, CHARLES LOOMIS, New-York. 2348 

5th in descent from Abraham Howe. 

73 DANA, RICHARD STARR, New-York. 73 

6th in descent from Josiah Keith. 

613 DARLING, CHARLES WILLIAM, Utica. 1253 

7th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

686 DARLINGTON, CHARLES FRANCIS, New- York. 1454 
8th in descent from Corporal John Wilde. 

687 DARLINGTON, JAMES HENRY, REVEREND, Brooklyn. 1457 
8th in descent from Corporal John Wilde. 

299 DAVENPORT, TIMOTHY, New-York. 299 

6th in descent from Major Nathan Gould. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

66 1 DAVENPORT, WILLIAM BATES, Brooklyn. 1371 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 

409 DAVIES, JULIEN TOWNSEND, New-York. 409 

loth in descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 
loth in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin. 
9th in descent from Colonel Job Almy. 
9th in descent from Major Abraham Staats, M.D. 
9th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 
9th in descent from Johannes Pieterszen Van Brugh. 
9th in descent from Major General Daniel Gookin. 
8th in descent from Captain Johannes Wendell. 
8th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Edmund Quincy. 
8th in descent from John Hull. 
8th in descent from Captain John Seaman. 
8th in descent from Henry Sewall. 
7th in descent from Samuel Sewall. 
7th in descent from Ambrose Dawes. 
7th in descent from Robert Foote. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Gen. John Walley. 

187 DAVIES, WILLIAM GILBERT, New-York. 187 

6th in descent from Ambrose Davies. 
9th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
9th in descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 
8th in descent from Johannes Pieterszen Van Brugh. 
8th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
8th in descent from Major Abraham Staats, M.D. 
7th in descent from John Hull. 
7th in descent from Colonel Edmund Quincey. 
7th in descent from Captain Johannes Wendell. 
7th in descent from Henry Sewall. 
6th in descent from Samuel Sewall. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Foote. 
6th in descent from Captain John Walley. 

53 



NE IV- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

512 DAVIS, FELLOWES, New-York. 974 

3d in descent from Captain Aaron Davis, Jr. 
loth in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Goodwin. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
8th in descent from Captain Joseph Weld. 
7th in descent from John Weld. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Craft. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Ruggles. 
6th in descent from Hon. Samuel Donnell. 
6th in descent from Colonel Winthrop Hilton. 

559 DAVISON, CHARLES MASON, Saratoga Springs. 1103 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

677 DAVISON, JOHN MASON, Rochester. 1387 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major John Mason. 

813 DAY, ROBERT WEBSTER, Buffalo. 1898 

9th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
9th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
9th in descent from Hon. Matthew Allyn. 
9th in descent from Hon. George Hull. 
9th in descent from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 
8th in descent from Hon. Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Steele. 
8th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 
7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf. 
6th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf. 

54 



NE IV- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Lord. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 
8th in descent from Cornet Thomas Dewey. 
8th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
8th in descent from Captain Benjamin Newberry. 
8th in descent from Thomas Bunce. 
7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
7th in descent from Major Aaron Cooke. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Goodman. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 
7th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 
7th in descent from Captain Josiah Jones. 
5th in descent from Captain Stephen Noble. 

378 DEEN, WILLIAM MORRIS, Short Hills, N. J. 378 

7th in descent from Edmund Jennings. 
6th in descent from Major William Harris. 
5th in descent from Lieut. -Gov. Thomas Turpin. 

357 DEK.OVEN, HENRY Louis REGINALD, New-York. 357 

6th in descent from Governor Joseph Dudley. 

163 DELAFIELD, JOSEPH LIVINGSTON, New-York. 163 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

164 DELAFIELD, MATURIN LIVINGSTON, JR., New-York. 164 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

94 DE LANCEY, EDWARD FLOYD, New- York. 94 

3d in descent from Governor James de Lancey. 

579 DENIS, GEORGE JULES, Los Angeles, Cal. 1140 

7th in descent from William Hall. 

696 DENNIS, RODNEY STRONG, New- York. 1464 

6th in descent from Thomas Dennis. 
4th in descent from Rev. John Dennis. 
9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 
7th in descent from Elder John Strong. 
7th in descent from Captain John Stearns. 

55 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Manning. 

7th in descent from Ensign James Kidder. 

7th in descent from Joseph Fowler. 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Hunt, first. 

6th in descent from Ensign Samuel Hunt, second. 

6th in descent from Captain William Goodhue. 

5th in descent from Governor Roger Walcott. 

834 DENNIS, HOLMES VAN MATER, New-York. 2053 

7th in descent from Thomas Dennis. 

36 DE PEYSTER, FREDERIC J., New-York. 36 

6th in descent from Johannes de Peyster, ist. 
5th in descent from Col. Abraham de Peyster. 

393 DE ROSE, EDWARD, New-York. 393 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

641 DE RUSSY, RENE AMEDEE, ist Lieutenant, i2th Regi- 1300 

merit N. G. N. Y. 
8th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 

716 DEVEREUX, WALTER, Buffalo. 1484 

7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
6th in descent from Philip Livingston. 

595 DEWEY, CHARLES AYRAULT, Rochester. 1183 

3rd in descent from Captain Stephen Dewey. 
4th in descent from Major-General Seth Pomeroy. 

584 DEWEY, EDWARD WILKINS, New- York. 1172 

7th in descent from Stephen Paine. 

746 DEWEY, GEORGE AUGUSTUS, New-York. 1 597 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Reverend James Fitch. 
7th in descent from Stephen Paine. 

713 DEYO, PETER, Poughkeepsie. 1481 

7th in descent from Louis DuBois. 

56 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

745 DIMOCK, WILLIAM DE\VOLF, New-York. 1596 

8th in descent from Thomas Dimock. 

643 DOANE, RT. REV. WILLIAM CROSWELL, Albany. 1302 

7th in descent from John Done. 

664 DOMINICK, GEORGE FRANCIS, JR., New- York. 1374 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 

665 DOMINICK, LAMONT, New-York. 1375 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 

146 Douw, CHARLES GIBBONS, Poughkeepsie. 275 

7th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 

27 DOWNES, ANSON TREAT, New-York. 27 

3d in descent from Captain Ebenezer Downes. 
6th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

797 DOWNE, HENRY WATSON, New-York. 1882 

6th in descent from Samuel Appleton. 

458 DOWNS, EMERY NEWELL, Brooklyn. 865 

4th in descent from Sergeant Moses Brackett. 

176 DRAPER, CHARLES ALBERT, New- York. 176 

6th in descent from James Draper. 
5th in descent from Captain James Draper. 

5 Draper, Thomas Wain-Morgan, Denver, Colorado, 5 

Colonel ist Regiment, Colo. N. G. 
5th in descent from James Draper. 
4th in descent from Captain James Draper. 
5th in descent from Joshua Child. 

268 DUANE, WILLIAM NORTH, New-York. 268 

8th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
8th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 

232 DUBOIS, WILLIAM MAISON, White Plains. 232 

7th in descent from Louis DuBois. 
8th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 
8th in descent from Harmen M. Van Der Bogaert. 

57 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

614 DUCHARME, CHARLES ALBERT, Detroit, Mich. 1254 

7th in descent from Lieut. William Bartholomew. 
7th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 

230 DUDLEY, EDGAR SWARTWOUT, Captain and Assistant 230 

Quartermaster, U. S. A. 
6th in descent from Francis Dudley. 
7th in descent from Roeloff Swartout. 

724 DUFFIELD. HOWARD, REVEREND, New-York. 1575 

4th in descent from William Duffield. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson. 
7th in descent from Colonel William Smith. 
7th in descent from Jacob Meleyn. 
7th in descent from Captain Daniel Sayre. 

351 DUKE, RICHARD THOMAS WALKER, JR., Charlotteville, 351 

Va. 

7th in descent from Colonel Henry Duke. 
8th in descent from Colonel John Washington. 
4th in descent from Colonel Henry Peyton. 
4th in descent from Doctor Thomas Walker. 

688 DUNNELL, WILLIAM NICHOLS, REVEREND, New- York. 1456 
3d in descent from Henry Dwinel. 

256 DWIGHT, ARTHUR SMITH, Pueblo, Col. 256 

7th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 
5th in descent from Colonel Timothy Dwight. 
7th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 
6th in descent from the Reverend Timothy Edwards. 

627 DYCKMAN. MYRON HORTON, New-York 1286 

5th in descent from Johannes Dyckman. 

750 EAMES, FRANCIS L., Brooklyn. 1601 

6th in descent from Thomas Eames. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 

693 EAMES, STEWART WOODFORD, Brooklyn. 1461 

9th in descent from John Alden. 

58 



NEW-YORK, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

123 EARLE, FERDINAND PINNEY, New-York 123 

5th in descent from Edward Earle. 
8th in descent from John Porter. 
7th in descent from Captain John Bissel. 
7th in descent from Gen. Johannes de la Montagne. 
7th in descent from George Phelps. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Spencer. 
6th in descent from Ensign Enoch Vreeland. 
5th in descent from James. King. 
5th in descent from Captain William Morris. 
4th in descent from Captain Benjamin Pinney. 

734 EASTON, IRVING BOYD, Albany. 1585 

5th in descent from Jonathan Ogden. 

131 EDWARDS, PIERREPONT, Elizabeth, N. J. 131 

5th in descent from the Reverend Timothy Edwards. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 

459 EGLESTON, THOMAS. New-York. 866 

6th in descent from James Egleston. 
4th in descent from Joseph Egleston. 
3d in descent from Seth Egleston. 
4th in descent from Major John Paterson. 
3d in descent from Colonel John Paterson. 

285 ELLIOT, DANIEL GIRAUD, New-York. 285 

5th in descent from Henry Elliot. 
3d in descent from Asa Elliot. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 

489 ELWOOD, GEORGE MAY, Rochester. 942 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William Allis. 
8th in descent from James Lindall. 
8th in descent from Christopher Wadsworth. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Wadsworth. 

59 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Bushnell. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Benjamin Wait. 

312 ELY, SMITH, New- York. 312 

3d in descent from Captain William Ely. 

432 EMERY, BRAINERD PRESCOTT, Newburgh. 698 

7th in descent from Jonathan Emery. 
5th in descent from Colonel Stephen Emery. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant William Brainerd. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Josiah Brainerd. 
6th in descent from Jonathan Prescott. 

421 EMERY, RUFUS, REVEREND, Newburgh. 663 

6th in descent from Jonathan Emery. 
4th in descent from Colonel Stephen Emery. 
7th in descent from Captain John Appleton. 
7th in descent from Richard Dummer. 
6th in descent from Ensign Jacob Tappan. 

1 68 ENDICOTT, ROBERT, New- York. 168 

8th in descent from Governor John Endicott. 

173 ERVING, WILLIAM VAN RENSSELAER, New-York. 173 

5th in descent from Colonel John Erving. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Col. OlofT Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Lieut-General William Shirley. 

776 EVERETT, TORREY, New-York. 1677 

8th in descent from John Leverett. 

820 FARNAM, CHARLES HENRY, New- York. 1905 

8th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Captain John Thaxter. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

1 10 FARRAR, GEORGE Dow, New-York. 1 10 

7th in descent from Jacob Farrar. 

60 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

303 FERRIS, MORRIS PATTERSON, New-York. 303 

8th in descent from Nicasius de Sile. 

444 FIELD, HUGH WENTWORTH GREENE, Chicago, Ills. 782 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Gov. John Wentworth. 

445 FIELD, THOMAS GOLDSMITH, New-York. 783 
6th in descent from Captain Zecheriah Field. 

398 FISHER, HARRIS BALDWIN, ist Lieutenant and Battalion 398 

Adjutant, 7ist Regt, N. G. N. Y. 
6th in descent from Captain Daniel Fisher. 

399 FISHER, NATHANEL CAMPBELL, New-York. 399 
6th in descent from Captain Daniel Fisher. 

346 FITCH, EDWARD SHERMAN, New-York. 346 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Fitch. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Fitch. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor William Jones. 
8th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Platt. 
7th in descent from Samuel Sherman. 
4th in descent from Sergeant John Jones. 

358 FITZGERALD, Louis, Brigadier-General, First Brigade, 358 

N. G. N. Y. 
7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

585 FOLLETT, EDGAR AUSTIN, New-York. 1173 

8th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright. 

424 FOLSOM, WILLIAM HENRY, ist Lieutenant, Battalion 690 

Quartermaster, 7th Regiment N. G. N. Y. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Peter Foulsham. 

645 FOOTE, GEORGE BENTON, Poughkeepsie. 1304 

4th in descent from Major Isaac Foote. 

644 FOOTE, GILBERT FLAGLER, Poughkeepsie. 1 303 

4th in descent from Major Isaac Foote. 

400 FOOTE, HORACE ALLEN, New- York. 400 
6th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Field. 

61 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Philip Mattoon. 

5th in descent from Captain Zecheriah Field. 

436 FOOTE, MORRIS COOPER, Captain, 9th Infantry. U.S.A. 702 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Foote. 
4th in descent from Major Isaac Foote. 

460 FOOTE, HON. WALLACE TURNER, JR., M. C., Port Henry. 867 
6th in descent from Quartermaster Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 

434 FORBUSH, WILLIAM CURTIS, Major 5th Cavalry, U.S.A. 700 
6th in descent from Thomas Forbush. 

29 FORD, GEORGE HARE, New Haven, Ct. 29 

7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Tibbals. 

266 FOSTER, HOWELL, Brooklyn. 266 

8th in descent from Thomas Coleman. 
8th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Hezekiah Howell. 
6th in descent from Hugh McLellan. 
5th in descent from Colonel Henry Bicker. 
4th in descent from Benjamin Pettengill. 

897 FOSTER, MAXIMILIAN HELLAND, New-York. 2353 

7th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Bishop. 

852 FOSTER, REGINALD LOVE, New-York. 2197 

9th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel White, ist. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel White, 2d. 
6th in descent from William Maltby. 
4th in descent from General Seth Murray. 

413 FOULKE, BAYARD FISH, New-York. 655 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Corporal Abraham de la Noy. 
6th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Hon. William Smith. 
5th in descent from Captain Abraham Keteltas. 

62 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

660 FOULKE, WILLIAM, New-York. iJ7 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman 
7th in descent from Isaac Bedlow. 
6th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 
5th in descent from Abraham Keteltas. 
5th in descent from Hendrick Rutgers. 

26 FOWLER, FRANKLIN HAMILTON, New-York. 26 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Fowler. 
6th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 

25 FOWLER, WILLIAM MILES, Milford, Ct. 25 

5th in descent from Captain John Beard. 

422 FREEMAN, GEORGE WENTWORTH, Portland, Ore. 688 

7th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

819 FRYER, ROBERT LIVINGSTON, Buffalo. i94 

9th in descent from Brant Arenste Van Slichtenhorst. 
8th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
8th in descent from Johannes Peterszen Van Brugh. 
7th in descent from Captain Peter Van Brugh. 
8th in descent from Capt. Filyp Pieterse Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
6th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 
7th in descent from Oloff Stevensen Van Cortland. 
7th in descent from Hon Frederick Phillipse. 
7th in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Hon. Abraham de Peyster. 

85 GALLATIN, FREDERIC, New-York. 85 

3rd in descent from Captain James Nicholson. 

6 1 GALLATIN, ROLAZ HORACE, New- York. 61 

8th in descent from Colonel Job Almy. 
4th in descent from Captain James Nicholson. 

63 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

880 GAMBLE, JOSEPH, REVEREND, Plattsburgh. 2265 

7th in descent from Thomas Hurlbert. 

53 GARDINER, DAVID, New-York. 53 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

6th in descent from Major-General Roger Wolcott. 

54 GARDINER, ROBERT ALEXANDER, New-York. 54 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

6th in descent from Major-General Roger Wolcott. 

38 GERRY, ALLSTON, New-York. 38 

8th in descent from John Prescott. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Brocklebank. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant James Lewis. 
6th in descent from Ensign William Longfellow. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Jewett. 
5th in descent from Samuel Sawyer. 

673 GILBERT, BENJAMIN DAVIS, Clayville. 1383 

5th in descent from Deacon Henry Gilbert. 
3rd in descent from Daniel Gilbert. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Howe. 

406 GILFILLAN, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, M.D., New-York. 406 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
7th in descent from Hon. James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Hon. Samuel Sherman. 
4th in descent from Paymaster Hezekiah Thompson. 

615 GILLETT, RUFUS, WOODWARD, Detroit, Mich. 1255 

3rd in descent from Lieutenant Shubael Griswold. 

762 GOADBY, ARTHUR MCMASTER, New-York. 1613 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Jonas Wood. 

818 GOULD, CHARLES ALBERT, Port Chester. 1903 

7th in descent from Captain John Gould. 

757 GOULD, SEABURY SMITH, Seneca Falls. 1608 

7th in descent from Mayor William Bradford. 



NE W- YORK, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

516 GOODWIN, JAMES JUNIUS, New- York. 978 

yth in descent from Sergeant Miles Morgan. 
5th in descent from Joseph Morgan. 
4th in descent from Captain Joseph Morgan. 

747 GRANGER, JOHN ALBERT, New-York. 1 598 

3rd in descent from Michael Jackson. 

51 GRANT, DE FOREST, New-York. 51 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

340 GRANT, FREDERICK DENT, Colonel, late U. S. A., 340 

New-York. 
4th in descent from Captain Noah Grant. 

40 GRANT, MADISON, New-York. 4 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

838 GRATWICK, WILLIAM HENRY, JR., Buffalo. 2057 

9th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

675 GREENE, DOUGLAS NORVAL, Syracuse. 1385 

8th in descent from John Coggeshall. 
7th in descent from Joshua Coggeshall. 
8th in descent from Gilbert Opdyke. 
8th in descent from John Tripp. 
7th in descent from Hugh Masher. 

586 GREENE, EDWARD NELSON, Brooklyn. 1174 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Eells. 

259 GREENE, GEORGE SEARS, JR., New-York. 259 

6th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Greene. 
7th in descent from John Wickes. 
7th in descent from John Coggeshall. 
6th in descent from John Godfrey. 

172 GREENE, RICHARD HENRY, New- York. 172 

7th in descent from Thomas Hulbert. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant David Wilton. 

65 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Marshall. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 

283 GREGG, LEVI LAERTES, New-York. 283 

5th in descent from Captain James Gregg. 
4th in descent from James Gregg. 
}d in descent from John Gregg. 

708 GREGORY, HON. CLIFFORD D., Albany. 1476 

7th in descent from Thomas Gregory. 

697 GRIDLEY, HORACE WARREN, New- York. 1465 

7th in descent from Thomas Gridley. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

587 GRIFFIN, FRANCIS BUTLER, New-York. 1175 

}d in descent from Colonel Zebulon Butler. 

876 GRIFFIN, HENRY ARTHUR, New-York. 2261 

7th in descent from Major James Converse. 

616 GRIFFITH, WILLIAM HERRICK, Albany. 1256 

i ith in descent from Stephen Hopkins, 
loth in descent from Governor Thomas Prince, 
loth in descent from William Lumpkin. 
loth in descent from William Collier, 
loth in descent from Edmund Tapp. 
loth in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from Governor Robert Treat, 
loth in descent from Hon. Nicholas Snow. 
9th in descent from Mark Snow, 
loth in descent from John Mayo. 
9th in descent from Samuel Mayo. 
9th in descent from Bozoon Allen. 
9th in descent from General Constant Southworth. 
9th in descent from Edward Bangs. 
9th in descent from John Doane. 
8th in descent from Thomas Paine. 
8th in descent from Stephen Paine. 
8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Captain John Avery. 

66 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 

7th in descent from Captain John Stanton. 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

7th in descent from Captain John Denison. 

8th in descent from Jan Peeck. 

8th in descent from Alexander Lindsay Glen. 

7th in descent from Captain John Sanders Glen. 

7th in descent from Captain Epenetus Platt. 

7th in descent from John Finder. 

7th in descent from Johannes Van Eps. 

6th in descent from Jan Baptist Van Eps. 

7th in descent from Isaac Burton. 

6th in descent from Joseph Ford. 

4th in descent from Sergeant Daniel Knowlton. 

269 GRINNELL, GEORGE BIRD, New-York. 269 
9th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

6th in descent from Governor William Pitkin. 

270 GRINNELL, WILLIAM MILNE, New-York. 270 
5th in descent from Sergeant George Grinnell. 

loth in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
9th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
9th in descent from Governor John, Webster. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 
6th in descent from Governor William Pitkin. 

710 GUILFORD, NATHAN, Yonkers. 1478 

5th in descent from Paul Guilford. 
7th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
6th in descent from Josiah Whitcomb. 
6th in descent from Daniel Warren. 
5th in descent from Josiah Hobbs. 
4th in descent from Stephen Farnsworth. 

7 Gunn, George [Miles, Milford, Ct. 7 

7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

67 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

712 GUTHRIE, EDWARD BUCKINGHAM, Buffalo. 1480 

7th in descent from John Burr. 

20 HAIGHT, ABNER SHERMAN, New- York. 20 

7th in descent from Philip Sherman. 

771 HAIGHT, CHARLES SHERMAN, Brooklyn. 1672 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 

6 Haight, Frederick Everest, New-York. 6 

9th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
8th in descent from Ensign Samuel Munson. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 
8th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
8th in descent from Captain John Taylor. 
5th in descent from Samuel Comstock Betts. 

498 MADDEN, CROWELL, JR., Brooklyn. 960 

8th in descent from Richard Cutter. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Pike. 
7th in descent from Edward Winship. 

352 HALL, BENJAMIN ELIHU, New-York. 352 

9th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

841 HALL, DUDLEY, New- York. 2060 

5th in descent from John Hall. 
8th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Syle. 
7th in descent from William Read. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Walker. 
6th in descent from Samuel Walker. 

541 HALL, LEWIS, Jamestown. 1085 

6th in descent from John Bigelow. 
5th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 
4th in descent from Ebenezer Cheney. 

780 HALL, LEWIS COLEMAN, New-York. 534 

8th in descent from Captain Joseph Syle. 

18 HALSEY, HARLAN PAGE, Brooklyn. 18 

7th in descent from Thomas Halsey. 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from John Ogden. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 
6th in descent from Major John Treat. 
6th in descent from Jasper Crane, Jr. 

17 HALSEY, HENRY AUGUSTUS, Brooklyn. 17 

8th in descent from Thomas Halsey. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
8th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 
7th in descent from Major John Treat. 
7th in descent from Jasper Crane, Jr. 

588 HALSTED, DAVID CRANE, New-York. 1176 
8th in descent from William Swaine. 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Jasper Crane. 
6th in descent from Jasper Crane, Jr. 

589 HALSTED EDWARD BAYARD, New-York. 1177 

8th in descent from William Swaine, Jr. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Jasper Crane. 
6th in descent from Jasper Crane, Jr. 

151 HAMERSLEY, JAMES HOOKER, New-York. 151 

4th in descent from William Hamersley. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Capt. Filyp Pieterse van Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Thomas Gordon. 
4th in descent from Joseph Reade. 

177 HAMILTON, REVEREND ALEXANDER, Lyons Plains, Ct. 177 
6th in descent from Colonel Johannes Schuyler. 

608 HARRAL, GEORGE, New- York. 1248 

8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Richard Osborne. 
7th in descent from Richard Butler. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 

7th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 

6th in descent from Thomas Fairchild. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Agur Tomlinson. 

127 HARRIMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, New-York. 127 

9th in descent from Colonel Richard Ingoldesby. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Captain Arent Schuyler. 

847 HART, HENRY GILBERT, Utica. 2192 

6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hart. 

323 HART, GEORGE WILLIAM, New-York. 323 

7th in descent from Stephen Hart. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hart. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Hawkins Hart, 
8th in descent from Captain John Gallup. 
8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

360 HARTLEY, GEORGE DERWENT, New-York. 360 

9th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 

552 HASELL, LEWIS CRUGER, New- York. 1096 

7th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
6th in descent from Henry Cruger. 

628 HASKELL, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, Brooklyn. 1287 

3d in descent from Joseph Lovejoy. 

853 HENDRICK, CALVIN WHEELER, New-York. 2198 

5th in descent from Lieutenant William Winston. 

685 HASKINS, CHARLES WALDO, New-York. 1439 

5th in descent from John Haskins. 
9th in descent from John Howland. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 
8th in descent from John Waite. 

70 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

684 HASTINGS, HUGH, State Historian, Albany. 1438 

6th in descent from Henry Lancaster Jewell. 

21 HATCH, ARTHUR MELVIN, New-York. 21 

7th in descent from Captain James Beebe. 
7th in descent from Samuel Boardman. 
6th in descent from Captain David Sherman. 
6th in descent from Ensign Thomas Taylor. 
4th in descent from the Rev. Nathanael Taylor. 

790 HATFIELD, WILLIAM HENRY, Poughkeepsie, 1875 

7th in descent from Richard Hartshorn. 

199 HAWES, GILBERT RAY, New- York. 199 

5th in descent from Daniel Hawes. 
4th in descent from Daniel Hawes, Jr. 
3d in descent from Joseph Hawes. 

126 HAWKES, E. MCDOUGALL, New- York. 126 

4th in descent from General Alexander McDougall. 

263 HEILNER, GEORGE CORSON, New-York. 263 

5th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Fish. 
3d in descent from Captain Zebulon Butler. 

64 HENRY, JOHN FRANCIS, JR., Brooklyn. 64 

4th in descent from Samuel Henry. 
6th in descent from Captain Isaac Gale. 

274 HENRY, WILLIAM BARRETT, Brooklyn. 274 

4th in descent from Samuel Henry. 
6th in descent from Captain Isaac Gale. 

148 HERMAN, JOHN ARMSTRONG, Harrisburg, Pa. 148 

4th in descent from Colonel John Armstrong. 

542 HERRICK, CHARLES WILLIAM, Jamestown. 1086 

9th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

844 HICKS, BENJAMIN DOUGHTY, Old Westbury. 2063 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Hicks. 
5th in descent from Colonel Isaac Hicks. 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain John Seaman. 
6th in descent from Major Daniel Whitehead. 

845 HICKS, FREDERICK COCKS, Old Westbury. 2064 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Hicks. 

yth in descent from Captain John Seaman. 
811 HIGGINS, FREDERICK, ALDEN, Ticonderoga, 1896 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
735 HILL, ROBERT CoRNER,New-York. 1586 

8th in descent from Lieut. Goosen Geritse Van Schaick. 

8th in descent from Alexander Lindsay Glen. 

7th in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

6th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 

7th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 

7th in descent from Captain Johannes Bleecker. 

7th in descent from Captain Jan Jansen Bleecker. 

6th in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 
572 HILL, WILLIAM SQUIER, Binghamton. 1133 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abel. 

7th in descent from John Tower. 

5th in descent from Jeremiah Whipple. 

5th in descent from Simon Slocum. 

4th in descent from John Hall. 

4th in descent from Ebenezer Walker. 

593 HILLHOUSE, CHARLES BETTS, New- York. 1181 

8th in descent from Col. OloffStevensen Van Cortlandt. 

50 HILLHOUSE, FRANCIS, New-York. 50 

8th in descent from Captain Roger Clapp. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Major John Mason. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

550 HILLS, WILLIAM ELLERY, New-York. 1094 

8th in descent from Captain William Hills. 

42 HOADLEY, JAMES HENRY, New-York. 42 

2d in descent from Colonel Andrew Hilly er. 
3d in descent from Elihu Tudor, M.D. 

72 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

480 HODGES, ALFRED, Brooklyn. 933 

5th in descent from Major Joseph Hodges. 

121 HOFF, JOHN VAN RENSSELAER, Major, Medical Depart- 121 

ment, U. S A. 

6th in descent from Captain John Sanders Glen. 
4th in descent from Lieut. Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

898 HOFFMAN, SAMUEL VERPLANCK, New-York. 2362 
5th in descent from Nicholas Hoffman. 

556 HOLLAND, JOHN BUTTERFIELD, ist Lieutenant, 7th Regi- 1100 

ment, N. G. N. Y. 
4th in descent from Ivory Holland. 

858 HOLMES, EDWIN THOMAS, New-York. 2243 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel Richardson. 

144 HORNOR, WILLIAM MACPHERSON, Philadelphia, Pa. 144 

9th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Fleete. 
9th in descent from Captain William Ball, Jr. 
8th in descent from Joran Kyn. 
8th in descent from Richard Townsend. 
7th in descent from Richard Stockton. 
7th in descent from Colonel Gerard Fowke. 
7th in descent from Colonel George Mason, Sr. 
6th in descent from Colonel George Mason, Jr. 
4th in descent from Captain John Macpherson. 
3d in descent from Major William Macpherson. 

899 HORTON, WILLIAM EDWARD, New- York. 668 
8th in descent from Robert Allyn. 

8th in descent from Samuel Eddy. 
7th in descent from Peter Spicer. 
7th in descent from Joseph Clarke. 

248 HOSMER, EDWARD STURGES, New-York. 248 

9th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
9th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
8th in descent from Captain Elizur Holyoke. 

73 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Colonel John Burr, 2d. 
6th in descent from William Pitkin, 2d. 

825 HOTCHKIN, WALTER BRYANT, Captain, 22nd Regi- 2044 

ment, N. G. N. Y. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel John Allyn. 

133 HOWARD, WILLIAM COLMAN, Brooklyn. 133 

6th in descent from Samuel Lincoln. 
4th in descent from Colonel Moses Titcomb. 

714 HOWELL, GILBERT, Bangor, Me. 1482 

7th in descent from Edward Howell. 
6th in descent from Major John Howell. 

78 HOWELL, HENRY WILSON, JR., New- York. 78 

5th in descent from Jacob Howell. 
6th in descent from Randal Vernon. 

329 HOWELL, WILLIAM, Antrim, Pa. 329 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Hezekiah Howell. 

124 HOWES, FREDERIC REUBEN, New- York. 124 

6th in descent from Jeremiah Howes. 

779 HOYT, ALBERT ELLIS, ALBANY. 1680 

6th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

772 HOYT, HENRY SHEAF, New York. 1673 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

561 HOYT, WILLIAM EDWIN, Rochester. 1105 

9th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Wiggin. 

694 HUBBELL, CHARLES BULKLEY, New York. 1462 

6th in descent from Reverend Gersham Bulkley. 

359 HUBBELL, HENRY WILSON, Captain, First Artillery, 359 

U. S. A. 

6th in descent from Sergeant Richard Hubbell. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Hubbell. 
3rd in descent from Lieutenant John Hubbell. 

74 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Honorable Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from Commissioner Andrew Warde. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
7th in descent from Richard Osborne, Soldier. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Fitch. 
6th in descent from Major John Bostwick. 
6th in descent from Captain Matthew Sherwood. 
6th in descent from Commissary Daniel Burr. 
6th in descent from Ensign Agur Tomlinson. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Peet. 
5th in descent from Benjamin Fayerweather. 

182 HULBERT, HENRY CARLTON, New-York. 182 

6th in descent from Thomas Hulbert. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Dymoke. 
7th in descent from Ensign Shubael Dymoke. 
8th in descent from Governor Edward Winslow. 
7th in descent from Governor Josiah Winslow. 
7th in descent from William Bassett. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Bassett. 
7th in descent from Richard Treat. 
6th in descent from Richard Bourne. 
6th in descent from James Skiff. 

769 HULL, GEORGE HUNTINGTON, New- York. 1670 

7th in descent from Dr. John Hull. 

617 HUMASON, VIRGIL PETTIBONE, Yonkers. 1257 

8th in descent from Captain John Bissell. 

305 HUMPHREYS, REVEREND FRANK LANDON, Morristown, N.J. 305 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Humphreys. 

744 HUNGERFORD, CHARLES STUART, New-York. 1595 

5th in descent from David Hungerford. 

815 HUNTINGTON, CHARLES RICHARDS, New- York. 1900 

4th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Jabez Huntington. 

75 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

ioth in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 
8th in descent from Christopher Christophers. 
7th in descent from Joshua Henshaw. 
5th in descent from Sergeant John Booth. 
5th in descent from Captain John Moore. 
5th in descent from Captain John Prentis. 

851 HURD, HAROLD, New- York. 2196 

5th in descent from Nathaniel Burt. 

287 HURD, RUKARD, St. Paul, Minn. 287 

7th in descent from John Hurd. 
5th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Sr. 
4th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Jr. 

524 HUSE, ROBERT SELDEN, Highland Falls. 985 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

882 HUTCHINSON, GARY TALCOTT, New-York. 2267 

6th in descent from William Randolph. 

71 HYATT, FRANK STANLEY, New-York. 71 

6th in descent from Thomas Hyatt. 

800 HYDE, JAMES CLARENCE, New-York. 1885 

7th in descent from Jonathan Hyde. 
7th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams, Sr. 

447 HYDE, EDWIN FRANCIS, New- York. 785 

5th in descent from Lieut-Colonel Simon Lothrop. 

411 HYDE, FREDERICK ERASTUS, M. D., New- York. 653 

5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Simon Lothrop. 

656 HYDE, RAYMOND NEWTON, New-York. 1366 

7th in descent from Jonathan Hyde. 
7th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams, Sr. 

354 INNIS, HASBROUCK, Poughkeepsie. 354 

7th in descent from Captain Andries De Witt. 
4th in descent from Captain Petrus De Witt. 

76 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Jacob Hasbrouck. 
7th in descent from Wessel Ten Broeck. 
6th in descent from Colonel Henry Pawling. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Louis Bevier, 2d. 
866 IRVIN, JOHN VOSBURGH, New-York. 2251 

6th in descent from Captain Joshua Lyman. 

104 ISHAM, CHARLES, New- York. 104 

4th in descent from Captain John Isham. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
7th in descent from Jacob Burhans. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 
6th in descent from Joseph Chamberlin. 

441 IVES, FRANCIS JOSEPH, Captain, Medical Department, 709 

U. S. A. 

8th in descent from Stephen Terry. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Smith. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Goodman. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Foote. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Foote. 
4th in descent from Captain Abraham Foote. 

799 IVES, RALPH OLMSTED, New- York. 1884 

5th in descent from General Michael Jackson. 

801 JACKSON, JAMES H., Dansville. 1886 

6th in descent from John Jackson. 

161 JACKSON, OSWALD, New-York. 161 

8th in descent from Lieut. -Governor Thomas Lloyd. 
7th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
4th in descent from Chief-Justice Benjamin Chew. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gyles. 
5th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 

759 JANVRIN, JOSEPH EDWARD, M.D., New- York. 1610 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

77 



NE W-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Wiggin. 
7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
7th in descent from John Alden. 

531 JENKINS, EDMUND FELLOWS, New-York. 1003 

4th in descent from John Fellows. 

395 JENNINGS, ALBERT GOULD, Brooklyn. 395 

7th in descent from Major Nathan Gould. 
6th in descent from Lieut. -Governor Nathan Gould. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel John Talcott. 
6th in descent from Major John Burr. 
5th in descent from Major Peter Burr. 

513 JENNINGS, OLIVER GOULD, New-York. 975 

7th in descent from Colonel John Burr. 

380 JOHNSON, JEREMIAH AUGUSTUS, New- York. 380 

4th in descent from Captain James Gibson. 

692 JOHNSON, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, New- York. 1460 

6th in descent from John Quincy. 

453 JOHNSON, RIGHT REVEREND JOSEPH HORSFALL, D.D., 791 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

4th in descent from Abner Johnson. 
7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

404 JOHNSON, STEPHEN ALBERT, Boonville. 404 

4th in descent from Captain Abner Johnson. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 
8th in descent from the Reverend Samuel Stone. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Bell. 
7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 
5th in descent from Captain John Merriman. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Caleb Merriman. 

630 JOHNSTONE, FRANCIS UPTON, New Brighton. 1289 

6th in descent from John Johnstone, M.D. 
7th in descent from Major Hendrik Cuyler. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 

78 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 

6th in descent from Colonel Peter Bard. 

5th in descent from Henry Cruger. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jacob Walton. 

88 1 JOHNSTONE, JOHN, New Brighton. 2266 

6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 

546 JONES, OLIVER LIVINGSTON, Cold Spring. 1090 

6th in descent from Hon. Robert Livingston. 

1 1 1 JONES, SHIPLEY, New-York. 1 1 1 

7th in descent from Governor Benedict Arnold. 

827 JUDD, ORRIN REYNOLDS, Brooklyn. 2046 

8th in descent from Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 

647 JUDSON, WILLIAM PIERSON, Buffalo. 1306 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Reverend Abraham Pierson. 
8th in descent from Matthew Mitchell. 
8th in descent from Edward Rosseter. 
6th in descent from Josiah Rosseter. 
7th in descent from Samuel Sherman. 
7th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

737 KEECH, FRANK BROWNE, New-York. 1 588 

6th in descent from Captain James Keech. 

849 KEEGAN, DERMOT WARBURTON, New- York. 2194 

6th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 
6th in descent from Captain John Wayte. 

657 KEITH, BOUDINOT, New-York. 1367 

7th in descent from Colonel William Peartree. 

7th in descent from Daniel Litschoe. 

5th in descent from Eli Boudinot. 
754 KELLOGG, DANIEL SHERWOOD, M.D., Pittsburgh. 1605 

9th in descent from John Tilly. 

79 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from John Howland. 

7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

410 KELLY, JAMES HENRY, Rochester. 410 

9th in descent from Edward Rosseter. 
8th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 
7th in descent from Edward Elmer. 
7th in descent from Samuel Bennett. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Reuben Hewit. 

389 KENDALL, EDWARD HALE, New- York. 389 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Kendall. 

796 KENNEDY, ELIJAH ROBINSON, New-York. 1881 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 

414 KETCHAM, WILLIAM PLATT, New-York. 656 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Ketcham. 

855 KIMBALL, HAROLD CHANDLER, Rochester. 2240 

5th in descent from Daniel Bradley. 

722 KING, RUFUS, Yonkers. 1490 

7th in descent from William Welles. 
6th in descent from Isaac Vermeille. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Horton. 
5th in descent from Johannes Vermilye. 

547 KINGMAN, WILLIAM LIVERMORE, Yonkers. 1091 

8th in descent from Samuel Nash. 
7th in descent from Thomas Pape. 
6th in descent from John Livermore. 
5th in descent from Captain John Loring. 

97 KIP, WILLIAM V. B., New- York. 97 

8th in descent from Hendrick Kype. 

823 KISSAM, HENRY SNYDER, New- York. 2042 

9th in descent from Thomas Root. 
7th in descent from Samuel Sherman, Jr. 
6th in descent from John Beers. 
5th in descent from Johan Wilhelm Schneider. 

80 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

96 KITCHEN, JOHN CORNELIUS DURYEA, New-York. 96 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Joris Rapelje. 

658 KOOP, EUGENE, New- York. 1 368 

5th in descent from Michael Jackson. 

495 KOOP, GODFREY PHELPS, New-York. 948 

4th in descent from Michael Jackson. 

367 KOUES, GEORGE ELLSWORTH, New- York. 367 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
8th in descent from Gen. Johannes de la Montagne. 

803 KUNKEL, ROBERT SHARP, Brooklyn. 1888 

4th in descent from James Sharp. 
5th in descent from Robert McConnell. 

662 LADD, SAMUEL BEACH, Brooklyn. 1372 

7th in descent from James Bishop. 

668 LADD, WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, JR., Colonel and Assist- 1378 

ant Judge Advocate-General, S. N. Y. 
8th in descent from Hon. James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Hon. Samuel Sherman. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
4th in descent from Hezekiah Thompson. 

865 LANE, FRANCIS TITUS LUQUER, New-York. 2250 

7th in descent from Jan L Escuyer. 

741 LANE, SMITH EDWARD, New- York. 1592 

3rd in descent from Nathaniel Lane. 
3rd in descent from Solomon Lane, Jr. 

775 LANGDON, ANDREW, Buffalo. 1676 

7th in descent from Samuel Appleton. 

875 LANGDON, WILLIAM CHAUNCEY, New-York. 2260 

8th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 

812 LANGDON, WOODBURY GERSDORF, New- York. 1897 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

81 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

112 LANSDALE, PHILIP VAN HORNE, Lieutenant, U. S. N. 112 

4th in descent from Colonel Philip Van Home. 

618 LATHROP, KIRK, Detroit, Mich. 1258 

5th in descent from Shubael Griswold. 

84 LAWRENCE, ABRAHAM RIKER, Justice of the Supreme 84 

Court of New-York, New York. 
5th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 
4th in descent from Captain John Lawrence. 
2d in descent from (Major Jonathan Lawrence. 
6th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
5th in descent from Governor William Smith. 
3rd in descent from General Nathaniel Woodhull. 

840 LAWRENCE, ROBERT CUTTING, New- York. 2059 

7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 
8th in descent from Nicasius de Sille. 
7th in descent from Jan Lequie (L Escuyer). 
7th in descent from Coenradt Ten Eyck. 
7th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 
7th in descent from Captain Cornelius Corson (Vroom). 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hicks. 

736 LAWTON, GEORGE PERKINS, Saratoga Springs. 1 587 

7th in descent from George Lawton. 
6th in descent from Isaac Lawton. 
8th in descent from William Baulstone. 
8th in descent from Obadiah Holmes. 
8th in descent from President John Coggeshall. 
7th in descent from Deptuy-Gov. John Coggeshall, 2d. 
7th in descent from Joshua Coggeshall. 
8th in descent from Pres t. and Gov. Nicholas Easton. 
7th in descent from Governor John Easton. 
8th in descent from William Ballard. 
7th in descent from Edward Thurston. 
7th in descent from Edward Smith. 
7th in descent from Governor Joseph Jenckes, 3d. 
6th in descent from Joseph Jenckes, 2d. 

82 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from John Brown. 

7th in descent from William Wodell. 

7th in descent from Robert Hazard. 

6th in descent from Edward Gray. 

6th in descent from Benjamin Hall. 

5th in descent from William Anthony. 
751 LEONARD, DANIEL, Albany. 1602 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
427 LEONARD, EDGAR COTRELL, Albany. 693 

loth in descent from John Clark. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

619 LEONARD, GARDNER COTRELL, Albany. 1259 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
674 LER.OY, FREDERICK GEBHARD, Tarrytown. 1384 

6th in descent from Hendrick Rutgers. 
782 LEWIS, ARNOLD ANGELL, New-York. 1795 

6th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

6th in descent from Thomas Olney, Sr. 

6th in descent from Thomas Olney, Jr. 

6th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 

6th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 

6th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 

5th in descent from Major Thomas Fenner. 

5th in descent from John Angell. 

142 LEWIS, WILLIAM FISHER, Philadelphia, Pa. 142 

5th in descent from Evan Lewis. 

335 LITCHFIELD, EDWARD HUBBARD, Brooklyn. 335 

7th in descent from Lawrence Litchfield. 

44 LIVINGSTON, EDWARD DE PEYSTER, New- York. 44 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

600 LIVINGSTON, GILBERT ROBERT, Carmel. 1188 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

83 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

32 LIVINGSTON, PHILIP, New-York. 32 

6th in descent from Colonel Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 
4th in descent from Colonel Robert Livingston, Jr. 
8th in descent from Major Abraham Staats. 
8th in descent from Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
7th in descent from OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
6th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
7th in descent from Major Dirck Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th in descent from Captain Johannes Van Brugh. 
6th in descent from Captain Pieter Van Brugh. 
7th in descent from Capt. Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
6th in descent from Colonel Johannes Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
5th in descent from Captain Pieter Schuyler, Jr. 
5th in descent from Captain Johannes Schuyler, Jr. 
6th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
5th in descent from Ensign Walter Tong. 

280 LOCKWOOD, JAMES BETTS, White Plains. 280 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Lockwood. 

723 LOGAN, WALTER SETH, New-York. 1574 

8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Samuel Sherman. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
6th in descent from Captain Stephen Hollister. 
4th in descent from Captain Gideon Hollister. 

440 LORD, FRANK HOWARD, New-York. 708 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Lord. 

8th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 

7th in descent from the Rev. Gershom Bulkeley, M.D. 
1 66 LORD, NATHAN HOLCOMB, New-York. 166 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 
6th in descent from Thomas Leffingwell. 

859 LORTON, HETH, New-York. 2244 

3rd in descent from William Heth. 
7th in descent from John Stith. 

728 LOVELL, FRANK HALLETT, New-York. 1579 
7th in descent from John Howland. 

7th in descent from Captain Matthew Fuller. 
6th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 
6th in descent from Christopher Hussey. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

729 LOVELL, FRANK HALLETT, JR., New-York. 1580 
8th in descent from Thomas Olney, Sr. 

8th in descent from Thomas Olney, Jr. 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

8th in descent from John Howland. 

8th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 

7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

7th in descent from John Angell. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

7th in descent from Nathaniel Bacon. 

807 Low, WILLIAM GILMAN, JR., Brooklyn. 1892 

7th in descent from Captain David Low. 
9th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
9th in descent from Edmund Greenleaf. 
9th in descent from Nicholas Simpkins. 
8th in descent from Major William Hathorne. 
8th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel William Pepperell. 
7th in descent from Rev. John Wise. 
7th in descent from Thomas Choate. 

253 LUQUER, LEA MC!LVAINE, Brooklyn. 253 

7th in descent from Jan Lequie (1 Escuyer). 
9th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Nicasius de Sille. 

7th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Edmund Quincy. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant William Paine. 

449 LUQUER, THATCHER TAYLOR PAYNE, Brooklyn. 787 

7th in descent from Jan Lequie (1 Escuyer). 
9th in descent from Major- General Daniel Gookin. 
8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
8th in descent from Nicasius de Sille. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Edmund^Quincy. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant William Paine. 

217 MACKENZIE, GEORGE NORBURY, Baltimore, Md. 217 

8th in descent from William Parke. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

738 MACY, CHARLES ALEXANDER, 2ND, New-York. 1589 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

739 MACY, COGGESHALL, New-York. 1590 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

733 MACY, GEORGE HENRY, New-York. 1 584 

8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

470 MACY, SILVANUS JENKINS, Rochester. 877 

7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

530 MACY, SILVANUS JENKINS, JR., Rochester. 991 

8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

361 MANN, ELIAS PLUM, Troy. 361 
6th in descent from Richard Mann. 

7th in descent from Thomas Root. 

362 MANN, FRANCIS N., JR., Troy. 362 
6th in descent from Richard Mann. 

7th in descent from Thomas Root. 

717 MANN, MATTHEW DERBYSHIRE, Buffalo. 1485 

6th in descent from Richard Mann. 
7th in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone. 
7th in descent from John Porter. 

86 



NE W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

yth in descent from Richard Butler. 
6th in descent from John Sutton. 
6th in descent from James Heaton. 

261 MARSHALL, HENRY RUTGERS, New-York. 261 

7th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 
7th in descent from Louis Du Bois. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
6th in descent from Harman Rutgers. 

69 MARSHALL, HOWARD, New-York. 69 

6th in descent from Captain John Berry. 

419 MAYO, EDWARD CARRINGTON, Richmond, Va. 66 1 

4th in descent from Colonel William Mayo. 

56 MCALLISTER, HEYWARD HALL, New-York. 56 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Lord. 
6th in descent from Dr. John Cutler. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Heyward. 
5th in descent from Captain Mathew Dill. 

648 McCLURE, ARCHIBALD JERMAIN, Albany. 1307 

7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Pierson. 

543 McCuLLOCK, CHAMPE CARTER, ist Lieutenant, Medical 1087 

Dept, U.S.A. 
6th in descent from Colonel Robert Carter. 

768 MCDONALD, JOHN, New-York. 1569 

5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Pierson. 

573 McKiNSTRY, CHARLES HEDGES, ist Lieutenant, Corps 1134 

of Engineers, U. S. A. 
9th in descent from John Alden. 
9th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

715 MCMILLAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, Detroit, Mich. 1483 

7th in descent from Joseph Kellogg. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

448 McVicKAR, EDWARD, Collinsville. 786 

5th in descent from Surgeon John Constable. 
700 MEAD, SPENCER PERCIVAL, New- York. 1468 

4th in descent from Sylvanus Mead. 

8th in descent from Captain John Seaman. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Waterbury. 
428 MEDAY, HENRY HAWES, Detroit, Mich. 694 

6th in descent from Daniel Hawes. 
273 MELVILLE, HENRY, New-York. 273 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooks. 

8th in descent from John Prescott. 

7th in descent from Captain Jonas Prescott. 

6th in descent from Captain Jonas Prescott, 2d. 

7th in descent from Captain Timothy Wheeler. 

6th in descent from Captain James Gregg. 

6th in descent from John Melvin. 

6th in descent from Captain James Minot. 

5th in descent from Colonel James Barrett. 

5th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Houston. 

4th in descent from Adam Dickey. 

4th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Josiah Whitney. 

479 MERRITT, DOUGLAS, Rhinebeck. 932 

8th in descent from Gilbert Opdyke. 
8th in descent from Anthony Thompson. 
7th in descent from William Douglas. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Benjamin Munn. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Stebbins. 
7th in descent from William Hough. 
7th in descent from Samuel Gorton. 
7th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant David Sutherland. 

702 METCALF, BRYCE, New-York. 1470 

loth in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
9th in descent from Captain George Barber. 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
8th in descent from Captain John Taylor. 
6th in descent from Captain Daniel Noble. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Selah Benton. 

46 Miller, Charles ^Benjamin, New-York. 46 

8th in descent from Com. -General Thomas Huckins. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant George Macy. 
7th in descent from Thomas Hinckley. 

4 [Miller, Edward Clarence, New-York. 4 

8th in descent from Com. -General Thomas Huckins. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant George Macy. 
7th in descent from Thomas Hinckley. 

159 MILLER, JOHN BLEECKER, New-York. 159 

8th in descent from Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

7th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 

7th in descent from Major Abraham Staats, M.D. 

6th in descent from Captain Jochim Staats. 
650 MILLER, SYDNEY TROWBRIDGE, Detroit, Mich. 1309 

5th in descent from Abraham Whipple. 
499 MINER, EDWARD GRIFFITH, JR., Rochester. 961 

8th in descent from Thomas Miner. 

9th in descent from John Alden. 
243 MINOR, JOHN CRANNELL, M.D., New-York. 243 

6th in descent from Captain John Minor. 

3d in descent from Seth Minor. 
45 MITCHELL, WILLIAM ANDERSON, M.D., Brooklyn. 45 

8th in descent from Mathew Mitchell. 

7th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 

5th in descent from Colonel James Minot. 
590 MONTGOMERY, HARDMAN PHILIPS ALAN, New- York. 1178 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
637 MONTGOMERY, HENRY EGLINTON, New- York. 1296 

4th in descent from Chief Justice Benjamin Chew. 
877 MONTGOMERY, JAMES EGLINTON, New-York. 2262 

6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

307 MONTGOMERY, JAMES LYNCH, New-York. 307 

8th in descent from Brant Arentse van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

34 MORGAN, APPLETON, New-York. 34 

4th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Morgan. 
8th in descent from Samuel Symonds. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Baker. 
6th in descent from William Sawyer. 
6th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
5th in descent from Major Isaac Appleton. 

874 MORGAN, GEORGE DAYTON, Buffalo. 2259 

7th in descent from James Morgan, Sr. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant James Avery. 

113 MORGAN, JAMES HENRY, New-York. 113 
6th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

625 MORGAN, JAMES LANCASTER, Brooklyn. 1284 

loth in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from John Underhill. 

857 MORGAN, JOHN HILL, New-York. 2242 

8th in descent from Captain John Underhill. 

279 MORGAN, ROBERT WEBB, New-York. 279 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

229 MORGAN, WILLIAM H., New-York. 229 

6th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 
5th in descent from Captain Theophilus Morgan. 

1 14 MORRIS, LEWIS, M.D., Assistant Surgeon, U. S. N. 114 
6th in descent from Governor Lewis Morris. 

698 MORRISON, CHARLES KING, New-York. 1466 

9th in descent from John Johnson. 

90 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

471 MORRISON, GEORGE AUSTIN, JR., New-York. 878 

9th in descent from John Johnson. 

332 MORSE, WALDO GRANT, Yonkers. 332 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Morse. 

683 MORTON, HON. LEVI PARSONS, RhineclifT, 1437 

7th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 

816 MOTT, JOHN THOMAS, Oswego. 1901 

9th in descent from William Douglas. 
8th in descent from William Hough. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
6th in descent from Thomas Waterman. 
5th in descent from William Ely. 

872 MOTT, LUTHER WRIGHT, Oswego. 2257 

loth in descent from James Avery. 
loth in descent from Hugh Calkin, 
loth in descent from William Douglas. 
9th in descent from William Hough. 
8th in descent from Thomas Tracy. 
7th in descent from Thomas Waterman. 
7th in descent from Captain John Carter. 
7th in descent from John Dodge. 
7th in descent from Hananiah Parker. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Josiah Parker. 
6th in descent from William Ely. 
6th in descent from William Locke. 
6th in descent from Richard Cutler. 

603 MURPHEY, ELIJAH WARRINER, Albany. 1243 

7th in descent from Vice-Admiral Thomas Gilbert. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Kendall. 

3 Murray, Charles H., New- York. 3 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William Allis. 
8th in descent from Samuel Belden. 
8th in descent from Thomas Wells. 
7th in descent from Samuel Ball. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

9 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from William Scott. 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

7th in descent from Doctor Thomas Starr. 

7th in descent from Reverend Samuel Stone. 

5th in descent from Sergeant John Dickinson. 

4th in descent from Jedediah Strong, Jr. 

848 MYER, ALBERT JAMES, New-York. 2193 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
7th in descent from Samuel Munson. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
7th in descent from William Beekman. 
6th in descent from Henry Beekman. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 

62 MYER, ISAAC, New-York. 62 

7th in descent from Simon de Ruine. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Edward Riggs. 

701 MYNDERSE, WILHELMUS, Brooklyn. 1469 

8th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

557 NEWBERRY, TRUMAN HANDY, Detroit, Mich. 1101 

4th in descent from Captain Caleb Phelps. 

574 NEWMAN, CLARENCE EGBERTS, Albany. 1135 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
8th in descent from James Steele. 
7th in descent from Captain James Steele. 
6th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
5th in descent from Captain Joshua Lyman. 

582 NEWTON, HENRY ALLEN, Plattsburgh. 1170 

3rd in descent from Major Israel Newton. 
490 NICHOLS, MAURY, i st Lieutenant, 7th Infantry, U.S.A. 943 

5th in descent from James Maury. 
508 NILES, ROBERT LOSSING, New-York. 970 

loth in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

92 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

339 NOBLE, HENRY HARMON, Essex. 339 

5th in descent from Ensign David Noble. 
8th in descent from Mathew Mitchell. 
7th in descent from Samuel Sherman. 
6th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 
4th in descent from Captain Archibald McNeil. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Paul Welch. 

381 NORTON, EDWARD LOUDON, New-York. 381 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Captain Mathew Fuller. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Fuller. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
7th in descent from Lieut-Colonel John Gorham. 

682 NORTON, PORTER, Buffalo. 1436 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from John Talcott. 

134 NORWOOD, LEWIS MORRIS, New-York. 134 

6th in descent from Governor Lewis Morris. 

347 NOYES, CHARLES PHELPS, St. Paul, Minn. 347 

5th in descent from Rev. James Noyes. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Barker. 
6th in descent from Governor William Coddington. 
6th in descent from Simon Lynde. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Francis Willoughby. 
5th in descent from Governor Peleg Sanford. 

210 NOYES, JAMES ATKINS, Cambridge, Mass. 210 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Wyman. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
5th in descent from Captain John Loring. 

789 NYE, CHARLES Freeman, Champlain. 1874 

6th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 

288 OAKLEY, E. BENEDICT, New- York. 288 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Benedict. 

93 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

115 OAKLEY, HENRY CRUGER, New-York. 115 

5th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
3d in descent from Henry Cruger. 

49 O CONOR, JOHN CHRISTOPHER, New-York. 49 

6th in descent from Captain John Miles. 

338 OGDEN, LUDLOW, New- York. 338 

7th in descent from John Ogden. 

355 OLIN, STEPHEN H., Lieut-Col., A. A.G., N.G., N. Y. 335 
7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

22 OLNEY, GEORGE WASHINGTON, New-York. 22 

9th in descent from Thomas Olney, Sr. 
8th in descent from Thomas Olney, Jr. 
8th in descent from John Whipple. 
4th in descent from Corporal Ezekiel Olds. 

632 OLYPHANT, JOHN KENSETT, New-York. 1291 

3d in descent from Dr. David Olyphant. 

631 OLYPHANT, ROBERT, New- York. 1290 

3d in descent from Dr. David Olyphant. 

569 OOTHOUT, JOHN WEBSTER, Rochester. 1130 

8th in descent from Col. OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Captain Matthias Nicoll. 
6th in descent from Hon. William Nicoll. 
6th in descent from Colonel Richard Floyd. 
6th in descent from Captain Henry Holland. 
5th in descent from Edward Holland. 

591 ORMSBEE, HERMANN, W., Brooklyn. 1179 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Captain John Chester. 
7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
5th in descent from Hon. John Eliot. 

203 ORNE, HENRY MERRILL, New-York. 203 

9th in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
8th in descent from Captain Benjamin Newberry. 

94 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Captain Roger Clapp. 

7th in descent from Captain Preserved Clapp. 

6th in descent from Captain Roger Clapp. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 
310 PAIGE, EDWARD WINSLOW, New-York. 310 

}d in descent from John Paige. 

8th in descent from Philip Sherman. 

7th in descent from Captain Edward Richmond. 

7th in descent from Col. OloffStevensen Van Cortlandt. 

6th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

6th in descent from Colonel Jeremiah Van Rensselaer. 
817 PALMER, WALTER WARREN, Utica. 1902 

9th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
234 PARSONS, ALBERT Ross, Garden City. 234 

8th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 

5th in descent from Aaron Parsons. 
846 PARSONS, HOSMER BUCKINGHAM, Brooklyn. 2065 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Dennis Bement. 
655 PARSONS, WILLIAM DECATUR, New- York. 1365 

7th in descent from Joseph Parsons, Sr. 

6th in descent from Joseph Parsons. 

9th in descent from Ambrose Gibbons. 

8th in descent from Captain Christopher Hussey. 

7th in descent from Coenraet Ten Eyck. 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Fryer. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Moulton. 

7th in descent from Anthony Checkley. 

7th in descent from Francis Jenness. 

6th in descent from Humphrey Perkins. 

6th in descent from Samuel Robie. 

6th in descent from Captain Tobias Langdon. 

6th in descent from John Hinckes. 

785 PARTRIDGE, EDWARD LASELL, New-York. 1870 

5th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Partridge. 

95 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant David Wilton. 

8th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Bartlett. 

7th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 

7th in descent from John Bigelow. 

7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

7th in descent from Elder John Strong. 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Marshall. 

7th in descent from Daniel Warren, Sr. 

6th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

5th in descent from Captain Henry Dwight. 

4th in descent from Captain Seth Dwight. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Livermore. 

6th in descent from Captain Josiah Convers. 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Hawley. 

5th in descent from Sergeant John Lyman. 

4th in descent from Converse Spring. 

334 PATTERSON, JOHN HENRY, Lieutenant-Colonel, 22d In- 334 

fantry, U.S.A. 
5th in descent by representation from Capt. John Bull. 

538 PATTESON, HERBERT LOGAN, Brooklyn. 1082 

7th in descent from Major William Harris. 
5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Turpin. 

565 PATTESON, MALCOLM DOUGLAS, Northampton, Mass. 1 126 
7th in descent from Major William Harris. 

5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Turpin. 

566 PATTESON, THOMAS ADKINS, JR., New-York. 1127 
7th in descent from Major William Harris. 

5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Turpin. 

392 PECK, GUY DAYTON, New-York. 392 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Bell, 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Ensign John Stream. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Isaac Dayton. 

4th in descent from Captain Abner Baldwin. 
313 PECK, JOHN HUDSON, Troy. 313 

3d in descent from John Peck. 
792 PEET, FREDERICK TOMLINSON, Auburn. 1877 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
407 PELL, FREDERICK AYCRIGG, New- York. 407 

6th in descent from Samuel Pell. 

3d in descent from Captain John Pell. 

5th in descent from Johannes De Peyster. 
342 PELL, HARRISON, ARCHIBALD, New-York. 342 

7th in descent from Major John Pell. 
15 PELL, HOWLAND, New- York. 15 

7th in descent from Major John Pell. 

7th in descent from Zoeth Howland. 

7th in descent from Colonel Richard Townley. 

7th in descent from Colonel Thomas Willett. 

7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

6th in descent from Ensign Joseph Lawrence. 

33 PELL, JOHN H., New-York. 33 

6th in descent from Samuel Pell. 
3rd in descent from Captain John Pell. 

258 PELL, WILLIAM CRUGER, Stuttgart, Germany. 258 

6th in descent from Major John Pell. 
7th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
6th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
6th in descent from Colonel Johannes Van Schuyler. 
5th in descent from Col. Johannes Van Rensselaer. 
4th in descent from Henry Cruger. 
4th in descent from Colonel Philip Schuyler. 

568 PERKINS, REVEREND, JOSHUA NEWTON, New- York. 1129 

6th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Thomas. 

883 PERKINS, SEYMOUR, New-York. 2268 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

97 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

416 PERLEY, HARRY OTIS, Capt, Medical Dept., U.S.A. 658 
4th in descent from John Fowler. 

793 PHELPS, Luis JAMES, New-York. 1878 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Walcott. 
6th in descent from Robert Ware, Jr. 

633 PIERCE, CHARLES HENRY, New-York. 1292 

6th in descent from Timothy Pierce. 

482 PIERCE, GEORGE WILLIAMS, Albany. 935 

7th in descent from Thomas Pierce, 2d. 
5th in descent from Colonel Timothy Pierce. 
7th in descent from Com. -General Thomas Huckins. 
7th in descent from William Parke. 
6th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams. 
4th in descent from Major Joseph Storrs. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Timothy Johnson. 

639 PIERREPONT, HENRY EVELYN, JR., BROOKLYN. 1298 

7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

666 PLYMTON, GILBERT MOTIER, New- York. 1376 

5th in descent from Thomas Plymton. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
8th in descent from OlofT Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Covert Loockermans. 
7th in descent from Sergeant David Provoost. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Philip Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
6th in descent from Wilhelmus Beekman. 
5th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 
6th in descent from Evert Duychinck. 
5th in descent from Gerardus Duychinck. 
6th in descent from Johannes Peiters Van Brugh. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Ruggles. 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

5th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 

5th in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 

4th in descent from Captain Robert Livingston. 

5th in descent from Walter Tong. 

5th in descent from Abraham de Lanoy. 

873 PLUM, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, Troy. 2258 

6th in descent from John Plum. 

461 POMEROY, GEORGE ELTWEED, Toledo, O. 868 

4th in descent from General Seth Pomeroy. 

1 1 POND, CHARLES HOBBY, New-York. 1 1 

4th in descent from Charles Pond. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Benjamin Fenn. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Newton. 
7th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
7th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Jones. 
7th in descent from Captain John Miles. 
5th in descent from Captain Hercules Mooney. 

537 POND, EDWIN WATSON, Newark, N. J. 1009 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Pond. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
7th in descent from John Bigelow. 
7th in descent from William Goodrich. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Foote. 

14 POND, WINTHROP, New- York. 14 

4th in descent from Charles Pond. 
6th in descent from Colonel Roger Newton. 
7th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
7th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 
7th in descent from John Miles. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Jones. 

850 POOLE, EUGENE HILLHOUSE, New- York. 2195 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Lawrence. 

99 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

581 POOLE, MURRAY EDWARD, Ithaca. 1142 

4th in descent from Samuel Poole, }d. 

562 ROUGHER, JOHN WILSON, M. D. , Poughkeepsie. 1 106 

9th in descent from Mathese Blaushan. 

8th in descent from Cornelius Barentsen Sleght. 

8th in descent from Louis DuBois. 

8th in descent fromHendrickJochemsenSchoonmaker. 

7th in descent from Captain Jochem Schoonmaker. 

7th in descent from Coenraet Ham, Sr. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Solomon DuBois. 
478 PRALL, REVEREND WILLIAM, Detroit, Mich. 931 

8th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 
567 PRICE, ALFRED BRYANT, New- York. 1128 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Green. 
251 PRICE, HENRY REESE, M.D., Brooklyn. 251 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 

6th in descent from Captain John Fitch. 

4th in descent from Samuel Webb. 
377 PRIME, RALPH EARL, Yonkers. 377 

8th in descent from Captain Ralph Earle. 

8th in descent from Edward Howell. 

7th in descent from Major John Howell. 

7th in descent from Lieut. Samuel Wheelwright. 

6th in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright. 

6th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Pierson. 
871 PROCTOR, FREDERICK TOWNE, Utica. 2256 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Colton. 

583 PROCTOR, THOMAS REDFIELD, Utica. 1171 

4th in descent from Captain Peleg Redfield. 

175 PRUYN, JOHN VAN SHAICK LANSING, Albany. 175 

5th in descent from Samuel Pruijn. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentese van Slichtenhorst. 
4th in descent from David Groesbeck. 

748 RABORG, THOMAS MASON THOMSON, New- York. 1 599 

8th in descent from Captain Adam Thorowgood. 

IOO 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Colonel Gerard Fowke. 

6th in descent from Colonel George Mason. 

6th in descent from Colonel George Mason, 2d. 

5th in descent from Colonel George Mason, }d. 

6th in descent from Governor Robert Brooke. 
426 RANKIN, EGBERT GUERNSEY, M.D., New-York. 692 

7th in descent from Captain William Hallett. 

7th in descent from Major Daniel Whitehead. 

6th in descent from Captain Francois Rombouts. 
592 RAWLINGS, CARROLL CRARY, New- York. 1180 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Charles Smith. 
791 RAY, FRANKLIN TROWBRIDGE, Utica. 1876 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Major William Whitney. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 
304 READ, HARMON PUMPELLY, Albany. 304 

5th in descent from Colonel John Read. 

3d in descent from Sergeant John Pumpelly. 
19 REED, HENRY BIDLACK, M.D., Brooklyn. 19 

8th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Alden. 

4th in descent from Captain Prince Alden. 
1 1 6 REED, JAMES MONROE, JR., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 16 

8th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 
496 REMICK, REVEREND NINIAN BEAL, Geneva. 824 

3d in descent from Captain Joseph Remick. 

100 REMINGTON, CYRUS KINGSBURY, Buffalo. 100 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Remington. 
6th in descent from Launcelot Granger. 
3d in descent from Q.-M. Sergeant Abner Granger. 

408 REMSEN, PHOZNIX, Babylon. 408 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Henry Remsen. 

742 REYNOLDS, HOFFMAN KISSAM, New- York. 1593 

6th in descent from Johannes Wilhelm Schneider. 

101 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

527 REYNOLDS, JAMES, Poughkeepsie. 988 

8th in descent from Honorable Richard Treat. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William Clark. 

8th in descent from Jonathan Gilbert. 

8th in descent from John Greene. 

7th in descent from James Greene. 

7th in descent from Stephen Richardson. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Drakes. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Deming. 
58 RHINELANDER, PHILIP, New-York. 58 

6th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 

4th in descent from Henry Cruger, 
28 RHINELANDER, T. J. OAKLEY, New-York. 28 

6th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 

4th in descent from Henry Cruger. 
197 RHOADES, LYMAN, New- York. 197 

5th in descent from Samuel Rhoades. 

}d in descent from Ensign Samuel Rhodes. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Clark. 

6th in descent from Robert Coates. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Fuller. 

6th in descent from John Stebbins. 

5th in descent from Ensign Ebenezer Sheldon. 
350 RICHARDS, FREDERICK BARNARD, Ticonderoga. 350 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Ralph Sprague. 

9th in descent from Captain Matthew Fuller. 

7th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 

7th in descent from Edward Culver. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 

5th in descent from Colonel Stephen Lee. 
894 RICHMOND, ADELBERT GILLETTE, Canajoharie. 2350 

7th in descent from Edward Richmond. 
494 RIKER, HENRY INGERSOLL, New-York. 947 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 
86 RIKER, JOHN JACKSON, New-York. 86 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 

102 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

117 RIKER, JOHN LAWRENCE, New-York. 117 

6th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 

493 RIKER, RICHARD, New-York. 946 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 

415 RIPLEY, CHARLES STEDMAN, Lieutenant, U.S.N. 657 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
13 ROBBINS, HOWARD SUMNER, New-York. 13 

8th in descent from Samuel Robbins. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Robbins. 
loth in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Barker. 
9th in descent from Captain Jeremiah Clarke. 
9th in descent from Captain John Wayte. 

711 ROBERTS, CYRUS SWAN, Captain i7th Infantry, Col- 1479 
umbus Barracks, U.S.A. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Lemuel Roberts. 

8th in descent from William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Elder William Bradford. 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

6th in descent from Robert Swan. 
732 ROBERTS, JAMES ARTHUR, Albany. 1583 

7th in descent from Thomas Roberts. 
189 ROBERTSON, HENRY MONTAGUE, New-York. 189 

8th in descent from Peter Montague. 
854 ROBINSON, EUGENE NUGENT, New-York. 2239 

4th in descent from Richard Nugent. 
730 ROBINSON, FREDERICK MINOR, New-York. 1581 

6th in descent from Captain John Minor. 
558 ROGERS, ARCHIBALD, Hyde Park. 1 102 

5th in descent from Colonel Peter Bard. 
678 ROGERS, CHARLES BUTLER, Utica. 1 388 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 

103 



NE W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

890 ROGERS, HUBERT EDWARD, New-York. 2346 

7th in descent from William Ticknor. 

510 ROGERS, WILLIAM EVANS, New- York. 972 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley, 
yth in descent from Governor William Leete. 

609 ROLLINS, EDWARD ADOLPHUS, New-York. 1249 

9th in descent from Ambros Gibbin. 
7th in descent from Major Richard Walderne. 
6th in descent from Captain John Leighton. 
6th in descent from Ensign Moses Chase. 
5th in descent from Colonel Paul Gerrish. 
5th in descent from Captain Benjamin Wentworth. 

719 ROOT, ARTHUR GUERNSEY, Albany. 1487 

8th in descent from Thomas Roote. 

517 ROOT, ELIHU, New-York. 979 

7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

634 ROWLAND, THOMAS FITCH, JR., Brooklyn. 1293 

5th in descent from Thomas Fitch. 

763 ROY, EDWARD FRANCIS, West Troy. 1664 

8th in descent from Jared Spencer. 

433 RUSSELL, AVERLY CLAUDE HOLMES, Surgeon, U. S. N. 699 
6th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 
6th in descent from Henry Pawling. 

207 RUSSELL WILLIAM HAMILTON, New-York. 207 

7th in descent from Captain Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
4th in descent from Maj.-Gen William Alexander. 
4th in descent from John Watts. 

795 SALTER, JASPER COLTON, New-York. 1880 

6th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 

5th in descent from Hon. John Frost. 

6th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel William Pepperell. 
863 SALTER, WILLIAM TIBBITS, New-York. 2248 

6th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 

104 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

277 SALTONSTALL, ANDREW H. MICKLE, Berkeley Springs, 277 

W. Va. 

9th in descent from Sir Richard Saltonstall. 
8th in descent from Richard Saltonstall. 
7th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Saltonstall. 
6th in descent from Governor Gurdon Saltonstall. 
9th in descent from Governor John Winthrop, ist 
8th in descent from Governor John Winthrop, 
7th in descent from Major-Gen. Wait Still Winthrop. 
8th in descent from Major General Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Governor Joseph Dudley. 

198 SANDS, BENJAMIN AYMAR, New-York. 198 

7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 
6th in descent from Captain John Sands. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Filkin. 

153 SANGER, WILLIAM GARY, Colonel, Assistant Chief of 153 

Artillery, N. G., S. N. Y. 
7th in descent from Captain George Barber. 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Betts. 

640 SATTERLEE, EDWARD RATHBONE. New- York. 1299 

6th in descent from Benedict Satterlee. 
3d in descent from Christopher Yates. 

239 SATTERLEE, FRANCIS LEROY, M.D., New-York. 239 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Benedict Satterlee. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
6th in descent from Peter Van Brugh. 
7th in descent from Harman Rutgers. 
7th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Governor Rip Van Dam. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gallup. 
6th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
4th in descent from Major Hachaliah Browne. 

105 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

553 SATTERLEE, HERBERT LIVINGSTON, Captain Naval 1097 

Militia and A. D. C, S. N. Y. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Benedict Satterlee. 

l62 SCHERMERHORN, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, New-York. 162 

6th in descent from Symon Schermerhorn. 
3d in descent from David Grim. 

438 SCHERMERHORN, EDWARD GIBERT, New-York. 706 

7th in descent from Symon Schermerhorn. 

103 SCHIEFFELIN, EUGENE, New-York. 1 03 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Thomas. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
6th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 
6th in descent from Major John Pell. 
6th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 
6th in descent from Captain James Sands. 
6th in descent from Colonel Richard Townley. 

60 SCHIEFFELIN, GEORGE RICHARD, New-York. 60 

7th in descent from Major John Pell. 
5th in descent from Ensign Joseph Pell. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 
5th in descent from Ensign Joseph Lawrence. 
7th in descent from Colonel Richard Townley. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
4th in descent from David Frothingham. 

101 SCHIEFFELIN, SCHUYLER, Captain and I. R. P. i2th 101 

Regiment, N. G. N. Y. 

9th in descent from Colonel Richard Ingoldsby. 
8th in descent from Brandt Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Thomas. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Major John Pell. 
7th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 
7th in descent from Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 

1 06 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Colonel Richard Townley. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Sands. 
6th in descent from Captain Arent Schuyler. 

I O2 SCHIEFFELIN, WlLLIAM JAY, New-York. 1O2 

8th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 

437 SCHROEDER, JAMES LANGDON, New-York. 705 

9th in descent from John Brown. 
8th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lewis. 
6th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 

348 SCHUYLER, CLARKSON CROSBY, M.D., Pittsburgh. 348 

6th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
5th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

611 SCHUYLER, MONTGOMERY, New-York. 1251 

7th in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

755 SCOTT, JOHN FREDERICK, New- York. 1606 

8th in descent from Thomas Benedict. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Haight. 

752 SCOTT, WILLIAM SHERMAN, ist. Lieutenant 7th Regi- 1603 

ment N. G. N. Y. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
8th in descent from Thomas Benedict. 
5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Haight. 

652 SCRANTON, BENJAMIN HAND, Detroit, Mich. 1311 

4th in descent from Captain Ichabod Scranton. 

344 SCUDDER, REVEREND HENRY TOWNSEND, New-York. 344 
6th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 

749 SEABURY, FREDERICK CHANDLER, Brooklyn. 1600 

6th in descent from Dr. Samuel Seabury. 

107 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from John Alden. 

8th in descent from John Rogers. 

8th in descent from William Collier. 

7th in descent from General Constant Southworth. 

82 SEAMAN, Louis LIVINGSTON, M.D., New- York. 82 

7th in descent from Captain John Seaman. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
7th in descent from Philip Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
7th in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Colonel Abraham de Peyster. 
6th in descent from Captain Peter Van Brugh. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

477 SEAMAN, WILLIAM BLEECKER, New- York. 930 

7th in descent from Sergeant David Provoost. 
6th in descent from Colonel David Provost. 
5th in descent from Captain David Provost. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Governor Jacob Leisler. 
6th in descent from Captain Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
6th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
5th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 

417 SEARS, CLINTON BROOKS, Major, Corps of Eng rs., U.S.A. 659 
8th in descent from Richard Sears. 
7th in descent from Captain Paul Sears, 
loth in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
9th in descent from Captain Edward Bangs. 
9th in descent from Ellis Barren. 
9th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
8th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
8th in descent from Elder John Wiswell. 
8th in descent from Captain Jonathan Sparrow. 
8th in descent from John Whitney, Jr. 
8th in descent from Richard Thayer. 
8th in descent from Daniel Warren. 
8th in descent from George Willard. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from John Bigelow. 

7th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 

7th in descent from Nathaniel Fiske. 

7th in descent from John Thurston. 

7th in descent from John Jenkins. 

7th in descent from Enoch Laurence. 

7th in descent from Captain Seth Chapin. 

6th in descent from Captain Josiah Chapin. 

6th in descent from Captain Daniel Lawrence. 

4th in descent from Ebenezer Cheney. 

59 SEARS, WALTER JESSE, Lieutenant, U.S.N. 59 

8th in descent from Richard Sears. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Silas Sears. 
8th in descent from Captain Paul Sears. 
7th in descent from Silas Sears. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Sears. 
9th in descent from George Willard. 
9th in descent from John Mayo. 
8th in descent from Samuel Mayo. 
7th in descent from William Locke. 
7th in descent from William Merrick. 

544 SETON, ROBERT, MONSIGNOR, D.D.Jersey City, N.J. 1088 
7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 

518 SEYMOUR, HENRY, New-York. 980 

7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
6th in descent from Major Robert Webster. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 

324 SHELBY, CASS KNIGHT, Altoona, Pa. 324 

5th in descent from Captain Evan Shelby. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Isaac Shelby. 

286 SHELTON, GEORGE GREGORY, M.D., New- York. 286 

7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 

109 



NE ~W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Captain John Savage. 
4th in descent from John Gray. 

284 SHELTON, WILLIAM ATWOOD, New-York. 284 

7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 
5th in descent from Captain John Savage. 
4th in descent from John Gray. 

896 SHEPARD, RALPH KISSAM, Brooklyn. 2352 

6th in descent from Colonel Timothy Pierce. 

333 SHEPARD, ROBERT FITCH, Washington, D. C. 333 

7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
6th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
6th in descent from Reverend James Fitch. 
5th in descent from Major James Fitch. 

806 SHERMAN, WILLIAM WATTS, New- York. 1891 

7th in descent from Captain Martin Cregier. 

535 SHERWOOD, SAMUEL, New-York. 1007 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

430 SHORT, EDWARD LYMAN, New-York. 696 

7th in descent from John Plumb. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 
6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 
6th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

570 SHUART, WILLIAM HERBERT, Rochester. 1131 

7th in descent from Peter Bulkley. 
7th in descent from Timothy Wheeler. 
6th in descent from Ensign Humphry Barrett. 

452 SIBLEY, FREDERICK TROWBRIDGE, Detroit, Mich. 790 

4th in descent from Captain Abraham Whipple. 

326 SILL, REVEREND FREDERICK SCHROEDER, Cohoes. 326 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Sill. 
8th in descent from John Clarke. 

no 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Foote. 

349 SILL, JOHN TARGEE, New-York. 349 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Sill. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
8th in descent from David Provoost. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Lieut. Mathew Griswold. 

330 SKIDMORE, WILLIAM LEMUEL, New-York. 330 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Skidmore. 

788 SKINNER, HENRY WHIPPLE, Detroit, Mich. 1873 

7th in descent from Captain John Putnam. 
6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Appleton. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Baker. 

706 SLADE, GEORGE THERON, West Superior, Wis. 1474 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel White. 

536 SLOCUM, HERBERT JERMAIN, i st Lieutenant 7th 1008 

Cavalry, U. S. A. 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
7th in descent from Major-General John Hammond. 

462 SLOCUM, JOSEPH JERMAIN, Colonel, U. S. V. 869 

7th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
6th in descent from Major John Howell. 
5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Pierson. 

869 SMITH, CHARLES STEWART, New- York. 2254 

6th in descent from Richard Treat. 

862 SMITH, GEORGE WILLIAM, Upper Jay. 2247 

4th in descent from Captain John Hungerford. 

267 SMITH, GOUVERNEUR MATHER, M.D., New-York. 267 

8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Colonel Leonard Lispenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Rutgers. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Mather. 

291 SMITH, LEWIS BAYARD, New- York. 291 

8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 
5th in descent from Colonel Leonard Lispenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Rutgers. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Mather. 

391 SMITH, PHILIP HENRY WADDELL, Pittsburgh, Pa. 391 

7th in descent from Captain Leonard Lewis. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Filkin. 

620 SMITH, PHILIP SHERWOOD, Buffalo. 1260 

4th in descent from Major John Murdock. 

472 SMITH, THOMAS EDWARD VERMILYE, New-York. 879 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell 

571 SPALDING, REVEREND GEORGE BURLEY, Syracuse. 1132 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William Clarke. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Pierce. 
5th in descent from Colonel Timothy Pierce. 
6th in descent from Henry Bodwell. 
3d in descent from Captain Hezekiah Hutchins. 

770 SPALDING, GEORGE B., JR., Syracuse. 1671 

9th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant William Clarke. 
9th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Pierce. 
6th in descent from Colonel Timothy Pierce. 
8th in descent fromCapt. Philip Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
8th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
8th in descent from Captain Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
8th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
8th in descent from Thomas Mann. 
8th in descent from Richard Arnold. 

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NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Henry Bodwell. 

6th in descent from Major Dirck Wessels Ten Broeck. 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 

4th in descent from Captain Hezekiah Hutchins. 

260 SPALDING, THE RIGHT REV. JOHN FRANKLIN, Bishop of 260 

Colorado, Denver, Col. 
6th in descent from John Spalding. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Spalding. 

183 SPENCER, LORILLARD, Newport, R. I. 183 

5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

364 SPIES, FRANCIS FERDINAND, New-York. 364 

6th in descent from David Foster. 

128 SPOFFORD, PAUL NELSON, New-York. 128 

5th in descent from Captain John SpofTord. 
4th in descent from Captain Abner SpofTord. 
4th in descent from Colonel Daniel SpofTord. 
9th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Bradbury. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Boynton. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Dresser. 
6th in descent from John Hopkinson. 
6th in descent from Stephen Mighill. 

412 SPRAGUE, JOHN TITCOMB, M.D., Staten Island. 654 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Ralph Sprague. 
7th in descent from Captain John Sprague. 
6th in descent from Jonathan Sprague. 

699 STAFFORD, WILLIAM FREDERICK, New- York. 1467 

9th in descent from John Johnson. 
8th in descent from Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from George Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Stukley Westcott. 
8th in descent from William Pynchon. 
7th in descent from John Pynchon, Jr. 
6th in descent from John Pynchon. 
8th in descent from John Coggeshall. 

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NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Joshua Coggeshall. 

7th in descent from Thomas Spencer. 

7th in descent from Thomas Gridley. 

7th in descent from John Clark. 

7th in descent from Samuel Boardman. 

7th in descent from Samuel Bennett. 

6th in descent from Thomas Abbey. 

^th in descent from Joseph Hawley. 
309 STANDISH, MYLES, New-York. 309 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
798 STANLEY, SAMUEL GOODMAN, Brooklyn. 1883 

7th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 
484 STANTON, HENRY, New-York. 937 

7th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 

6th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

622 STEVENS, CLARENCE WINTHROP, Albany. 1262 
6th in descent from Cyprian Stevens. 

5th in descent from Captain Joseph Stevens. 
9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
6th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 

623 STEVENS, FREDERIC BLISS, Albany. 1282 
6th in descent from Cyprian Stevens. 

5th in descent from Captain Joseph Stevens. 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

6th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 
703 STEVENS, JOHN BRIGHT, New-York. 1471 

8th in descent from Ensign Alexander Bryan. 

8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

7th in descent from Ensign John Stream. 
137 STEVENSON, WILLIAM PAXTON, New-York. 137 

4th in descent from Captain Robert McPherson. 

114 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOC1ETY <> 

646 STEWART, HENRY PIERCE, White Plains. 1305 

3d in descent from Joseph Lovejoy. 
891 STEWART, WILLIAM DINGNALL, New-York. 2347 

7th in descent from Timothy Brooks. 
320 STILWELL, WILLIAM Moore, New-York. 320 

8th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stilwell. 
221 STOCKBRIDGE, HENRY, Baltimore, Md. 221 

8th in descent from Thomas Root. 

7th in descent from Samuel Belden. 

7th in descent from Zechariah Field. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Smith. 

7th in descent from Daniel Warner. 

4th in descent from Israel Hubbard. 

720 STODDARD, ENOCH VINE, M.D., Rochester. 1488 

6th in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall. 

371 STOKES, ANSON PHELPS, New-York. 371 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 

190 STORY, HENRY GRAFTON, Brooklyn. 190 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

9th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
8th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Munson. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Baker. 
7th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
6th in descent from Major Isaac Appleton. 

191 STORY, JOSEPH GRAFTON, Brooklyn, Colonel and As- 191 

sistant Chief of Ordnance, S.N.Y. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
6th in descent from Ensign Samuel Munson. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
6th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Major Isaac Appleton. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Baker. 

20 1 STRINGER, GEORGE ALFRED, Buffalo. 201 

8th in descent from John Alden. 
5th in descent from the Reverend Timothy Edwards. 
4th in descent from Captain John Ellsworth. 

483 STRONG, DONALD WATKINS, Colton, Cal. 936 

5th in descent from Captain Joseph Crafts. 

152 STRONG, JOSEPH MONTGOMERY, JR., New-York. 152 

7th in descent from Thomas Strong. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
5th in descent from Philip Livingston. 

564 STRONG, THERON GEORGE, New- York. 1125 

loth in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Nicholas Olmstead. 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel White. 

7th in descent from Captain Caleb Stanley. 

6th in descent from Roger Pitkin. 
621 STRYKER, THOMAS HUBBARD, Rome. 1261 

7th in descent from Captain Jan Strycker. 

60 1 SUCKLEY, ROBERT BOWNE, RhineclifT. 1189 

8th in descent from Major Richard Smith. 
8th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 
6th in descent from Captain John Sands. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 
6th in descent from Colonel Henry Beekman. 
7th in descent from Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 

174 SUYDAM, WALTER LISPENARD, New- York. 174 

7th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 
7th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
6th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
5th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 

116 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain Andrew Cannon. 
6th in descent from Symon Schermerhorn. 
4th in descent from the Hon. Henry White. 

895 SWAN, EDWARD HENRY, JR., New-York. 2351 

8th in descent from Richard Swan. 

289 SWAN, FREDERICK GEORGE, New- York. 289 

7th in descent from Richard Swan. 
6th in descent from Robert Swan. 
5th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Lamson. 

9 Swartwout, Satterlee, New-York. 9 

6th in descent from RoelofT Swartwout. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Benedict Satterlee. 

57 SWORDS, HENRY COTHEAL, New- York. 57 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Swords. 

743 SYMONDS, CHARLES STANLEY, Utica. 1594 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major John Mason. 
4th in descent from Captain Azel Fitch. 

443 TALMAGE, ROBERT SANFORD, New-York. 781 

8th in descent from Major William Phillips. 

804 TAYLOR, JOHN MYERS, Albany. 1889 

7th in descent from Captain John Baker. 

429 TAYLOR, WASHINGTON IRVING, Captain, i3th Regiment, 695 

N. G. N. Y. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Wiggin. 
7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

486 TEFFT, FRANK GRISWOLD, New-York. 939 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Griswold. 

336 TERRY, GEORGE DAVIS, Brooklyn. 336 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

117 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

337 THEBAUD, PAUL GIBERT, New-York. 337 

7th in descent from Symon Schermerhorn. 

218 THOM, WILLIAM HENRY DE COURCY WRIGHT, Balti- 218 

more, Md. 
5th in descent from Judge Solomon Wright. 

219 THOMAS, DOUGLAS HAMILTON, Baltimore, Md. 219 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Isaac Allerton. 

7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Isaac Allerton. 
8th in descent from Governor Robert Brooke. 
7th in descent from Major Thomas Brooke. 
6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Addison. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel William Randolph. 
7th in descent from Colonel William Travers. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Travers. 
6th in descent from Colonel William FitzHugh. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Marshall. 

764 THOMAS, FRANK WARNER, Troy. 1665 

loth in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
6th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Hitchcock. 
5th in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Bagley. 

272 THOMAS, REVEREND LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, New-York. 272 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Thomas. 
4th in descent from Philip Thomas. 
8th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Snowden. 
6th in descent from Captain William Lawrence. 
5th in descent from Ensign Joseph Lawrence. 

464 THOMPSON, EDWARD RAY, Troy. 871 

6th in descent from Governor Gurdon Saltonstall. 

43 THOMPSON, FREDERICK DIODATI, New-York. 43 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

118 



NEW- YORK, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

4th in descent from Colonel Abraham Gardiner. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 
5th in descent from Governor Roger Walcott. 
4th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Matthew Griswold. 

463 THOMPSON, HOBART WARREN, Troy. 870 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
9th in descent from Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Governor Gurdon Saltonstall. 

318 THOMPSON, WILLIAM PRALL, New-York. 318 

7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 

867 THOMSON, GEORGE MORTIMER, New-York. 2252 
9th in descent from Thomas Mayhew. 

868 THOMSON, GIRAND FOSTER, New-York. 2253 
9th in descent from Thomas Mayhew. 

520 THORNE, JOEL WOLFE, Easton, Pa. 9% 2 

6th in descent from Capt. Jacobus Van Schoonhoven. 

802 THORNE, ROBERT, New-York. 1887 

6th in descent from Johannes Benson. 

195 THROCKMORTON, CHARLES WICKLIFFE, New-York. 195 

9th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Henry Fleete. 

8th in descent from Daniel McCarty. 

8th in descent from Colonel George Mason, Sr. 

7th in descent from Colonel George Mason, Jr. 

6th in descent from Colonel George Mason, 3d. 

7th in descent from Stevens Thomson. 
252 THROOP, GEORGE ENOS, New-York. 252 

7th in descent from Thomas Gridley. 

6th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Bishop. 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Hawley. 

4th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

626 TILDEN, JOHN PACKWOOD, Brooklyn. 1285 

4th in descent from Captain Dudley Wright. 

1 86 TILLINGHAST, WILLIAM HENRY, New-York. 1 86 

3d in descent from Thomas Tillinghast. 

119 



NE W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

492 TOMLINSON, JOHN CANFIELD, New-York. 945. 

8th in descent from Thomas Gregson. 
7th in descent from Job Almy. 

379 TOMPKINS, HAMILTON BULLOCK, New- York. 379 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

31 TOWNSEND, JAMES HILL, New-York. 31 

5th in descent from Richard Townsend. 
8th in descent from Samuel Gorton. 
7th in descent from Captain John Underhill. 
6th in descent from John Wickes. 
6th in descent from Captain George Woolsey. 

132 TOWNSEND, RUFUS M., Troy, ist Lieutenant, I2th Sep. 132 

Co. Inf. N. G. N. Y. 
8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

753 TREADWELL, GEORGE CURTIS, Albany. 1604 

7th in descent from Captain John Minor. 

10 TRENCHARD, EDWARD, New- York. 10 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Ambrose Gibbon. 
7th in descent from William Thomas. 
6th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Thomas. 
6th in descent from Captain John Sands. 
5th in descent from Captain Tobias Langdon. 
4th in descent from Captain Richard Langdon. 

63 TREVOR, HENRY GRAFF, New-York. 6} 

7th in descent from Antoine L Espenard. 
6th in descent from Captain Anthony Lispenard. 
5th in descent from Colonel Leonard Lispenard. 
7th in descent from Harman Rutgers. 

281 TROTT, JAMES, PARKHURST, Niagara Falls. 281 

7th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 
4th in descent from Captain Jonathan Whitney. 

376 TUCKER, GILMAN HENRY, New-York. 376 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
6th in descent from Samuel Dudley. 

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NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Stephen Dudley. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant James Dudley. 

6th in descent from Captain John Oilman. 

5th in descent from Moses Oilman. 

4th in descent from Caleb Oilman. 

6th in descent from Jonathan Smith. 

6th in descent from Samuel Symonds. 

6th in descent from William Lane. 

6th in descent from John Folsom, Sr. 

5th in descent from John Folsom, Jr. 

6th in descent from William Hersey. 

5th in descent from Nathaniel Ladd. 

5th in descent from Charles Glidden. 

3d in descent from John Glidden. 

24 TUFTS, WALTER BROWNELL, New-York. 24 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
6th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

65 TROWBRIDGE, CHARLES HOTCHKISS, Milford, Ct. 65 

6th in descent from Lieut. Thomas Trowbridge. 

366 TROWBRIDGE, SAMUEL BRECK PARKMAN, New-York. 366 

8th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 

836 TURNER, THEODORE CAMPBELL, Cooperstown. 2055 

4th in descent from Major Seth Pomeroy. 
455 TUTTLE, FRANK DAY, Brooklyn. 862 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 
322 UNDERHILL, EDGAR, New-York. 322 

7th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 

7th in descent from Isaac Vermilye. 

669 UNDERHILL, FRANCIS T., Captain and Q.-M., 1 2th Regi- 1379 
ment, N. G. N. Y. 

8th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 

465 UNDERHILL, FREDERICK EDGAR, New- York. 872 

8th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 

121 



NE W- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
8th in descent from Isaac Vermilye. 

487 VAIL, HENRY HOBART, New-York. 940 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Vail. 

66 VALENTINE, ABRAHAM BATES, New-York. 66 

6th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Valentine. 
8th in descent from Thomas Cornell. 

382 VALENTINE, SAMUEL HEMPSTEAD, New-York. 382 

6th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Valentine. 
8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

777 VAN AMRINGE, GUY, New- York. 1678 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 

184 VAN CORTLANDT, ROBERT B., New-York. 184 

7th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 

765 VANDER VEER, EDGAR ALBERT, Albany. 1666 

9th in descent from Isaac Allerton. 
9th in descent from Robert Bartlett. 
7th in descent from Roelof Martense Schenck. 

610 VAN RENSSELAER, AUGUSTUS CORTLANDT, New- York. 1250 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
8th in descent from Olof Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Edward Foster. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 

74 VAN RENSSELAER. CORTLANDT SCHUYLER, New- York. 74 
6th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
4th in descent from Col. Johannes Van Rensselaer. 
8th in descent from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman. 
7th in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 
8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Capt. Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Colonel Pieter Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Schuyler. 
5th in descent from Captain Nicholas Schuyler. 

122 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Corporal Abraham de la Noye. 

8th in descent from Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler. 

8th in descent from Harmanus Rutgers. 

8th in descent from Major Abraham Staats. 

7th in descent from Major Nicholas De Meyer. 

8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

8th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Bayard. 

7th in descent from Dr. Samuel Staats. 

7th in descent from Captain Johannes Van Brugh. 

7th in descent from Hendrick Van Dyke. 

6th in descent from Major Dirck Wessels Ten Broeck. 
178 VAN RENSSELAER, EUGENE, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 178 

6th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

5th in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 
105 VAN RENSSELAER, REVEREND MAUNSELL, New- York. 105 

5th in descent from Captain John Sanders Glen. 

185 VAN VECHTEN, ABRAHAM VAN WYCK, New-York. 185 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Teunis Van Vechten. 

48 VARNUM, JAMES M., New-York. 48 

7th in descent from George Varnum. 
6th in descent from Samuel Varnum. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Varnum. 
4th in descent from Major Samuel Varnum. 

612 VARNUM, ROBERT TAYLOR, Major and Assistant Pay- 1252 

master, S. N. Y. 

7th in descent from George Varnum. 
6th in descent from Samuel Varnum. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Varnum. 
4th in descent from Major Samuel Varnum. 

341 VERMILYE, REVEREND ASHBEL GREEN, Englewood, N.J. 341 
7th in descent from Isaac Vermilye. 
6th in descent from Johannes Vermilye. 

99 VER PLANCK, WILLIAM GORDON, New- York. 99 

7th in descent from Ensign Geleyn Ver Planck. 
5th in descent from Ensign Philip Ver Planck. 

123 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Col. Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 

7th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

7th in descent from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman. 

6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman. 

7th in descent from Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hopkins. 
707 VIELE, SHELDON THOMPSON, Buffalo. 1475 

7th in descent from Harmen M. Van Der Bogaert. 

4th in descent from Jabez Thompson. 

4th in descent from Major John Knickerbocker. 
466 WADHAMS, FREDERICK EUGENE, Albany. 873 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
491 WAGSTAFF, CORNELIUS Du Bois, Babylon. 944 

5th in descent from Robert Ogden, 2d. 
89 WAINWRIGHT, JOHN TILLOTSON, New- York. 89 

7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
88 WAINWRIGHT, WILLIAM PRATT, New-York. 88 

7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 

311 WAKEMAN, JESUP, New-York. 311 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wakeman. 
7th in descent from John Wakeman. 
8th in descent from Andrew Ward. 
8th in descent from Jehn Burr, ist. 
7th in descent from Jehn Burr, 2d. 
5th in descent from Major John Burr. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Talcott. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Talcott. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Cornelius Hull. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant John Hull. 
5th in descent from Captain Theophilus Hull. 
7th in descent from Richard Blackleach. 
5th in descent from Captain Daniel Bradley. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
5th in descent from Captain Gershom Bulkley. 

124 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

143 WALBRIDGE, THOMAS CHESTER, Germantown, Pa. 143 

8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Captain Elizur Holyoke. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain John Chester. 
5th in descent from Major John Chester. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Chester. 

794 WALCOTT, ARTHUR STUART, New- York. 1879 

6th in descent from Jonathan Walcott. 

879 WALCOTT, FREDERIC COLLIN, New- York. 2264 

7th in descent from Jonathan Walcott. 

316 WALKER, GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS, Richmond, Va. 316 

4th in descent from Captain Samuel Meredith. 

843 WALSH, JAMES WILLIAM, New-York. 2062 

7th in descent from Hon. Matthias Nicoll. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Smith. 
6th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 
5th in descent from Captain John Lawrence. 
4th in descent from General Nathaniel Woodhull. 

554 WALSH, SAMUEL ARMSTRONG, New- York. 1098 

7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Roger Ludlow. 

294 WARD, AARON, Lieutenant, U.S.N. 294 

loth in descent from Lord De La Warr. 
8th in descent from Governor Edward Winslow. 
7th in descent from Governor Josiah Winslow. 

231 WARD, CHARLES SAMUEL, M.D., Bridgeport, Ct. 231 

7th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

206 WARD, SYLVESTER L HOMMEDIEU, New- York. 206 

6th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

709 WARREN, WILLIAM YOUNG, Buffalo. 1477 

4th in descent from Lieut. -Col. Jabez Thompson. 

125 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

388 WASHBURN, JOHN HENRY, New-York. 388 

7th in descent from John Washborne. 
8th in descent from Francis Cooke. 
8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
4th in descent from Ensign William Skinner. 

386 WASHBURN, WILLIAM IVES, New-York. 386 

7th in descent from John Washborne. 
8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Stoddard. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Ives. 
4th in descent from Captain Ezekiel Williams. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Asa Bray. 

649 WATSON, CHARLES PIXLEY, Pittsburgh. 1308 

9th in descent from Governor Benedict Arnold. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Marshall. 
8th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Col. John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Nathan Gold. 
6th in descent from William Robinson. 
6th in descent from Reverend John Whiting. 

374 WATSON, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D., Regent of the Uni- 374 

versity of the State of New York, Utica. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant William Baulstone. 
9th in descent from Francis Cooke. 
9th in descent from John Brown, ist. 
8th in descent from Ensign John Brown, 2d. 
7th in descent from Captain John Brown, 3d. 
8th in descent from Major-General John Mason. 
8th in descent from Captain Edward Richmond. 
8th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 
8th in descent from Captain Ralph Earle. 
8th in descent from Governor Jeremiah Clarke. 
7th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 

126 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from William Chase, 2d. 

7th in descent from William Chase, 3d. 

7th in descent from Governor John Coggeshall, ist. 

6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. John Coggeshall, 2d. 

7th in descent from Captain James Cole, 2d. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Stafford. 

7th in descent from Philip Sherman. 

7th in descent from Richard Borden. 

7th in descent from John Tripp. 

7th in descent from Thomas Brownell. 

6th in descent from Robert Hazard. 

6th in descent from William Anthony. 

5th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Robinson. 

139 WAYNE, MAJOR WILLIAM, Paoli, Pa. 139 

4th in descent from Captain Isaac Wayne. 
204 WEBB, ALEXANDER STEWART, JR., New- York. 204 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Nott. 

368 WEBSTER, FRANK DANIEL, 2d Lieutenant, 6th Infantry 368 
U. S. A. 

4th in descent from Benjamin Sweat, Jr. 
680 WEED, GEORGE STANDISH, Pittsburgh. 1390 

8th in descent from Myles Standish. 
690 WELD, DEWrrr CLINTON, Brooklyn. 1458 

9th in descent from Captain Joseph Weld. 
505 WELD, DEWITT CLINTON, JR., ist Lieut., 23d Regiment, 967 
N.G.N.Y., Brooklyn. 

loth in descent from Captain Joseph Weld. 
130 WELLES, BENJAMIN, New- York. 130 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

519 WELLES, CHARLES EDWIN, New- York. 981 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

842 WELLES, LEMUEL AIKEN, New-York. 2061 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

375 WELLS, CHARLES NASSAU, Peekskill. 375 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Kilbourne. 

127 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

90 WELLS, THOMAS LAWRENCE, New-York. 90 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 

6th in descent from Captain John Lawrence. 

4th in descent from Captain Thomas Lawrence. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Hendrick Rutgers. 
271 WETHERILL, ALEXANDER MACOMB, Captain, 6th In- 271 

fantry, U. S. A. 

6th in descent from Richard Stockton. 

4th in descent from Captain Jacob Morgan. 
721 WETMORE, EDWARD WILLARD, Albany. 1489 

6th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
373 WHEELER, EDWARD JONATHAN, Albany. 373 

7th in descent from Jonathan Hatch. 
506 WHEELER, EVERETT PEPPERRELL, New- York, 968 

5th in descent from Sir William Pepperrell. 
353 WHISTLER, GARLAND NELSON, First Lieutenant, 5th 353 
Artillery, U.S.A. 

7th in descent from Francois Bloetgoet. 
75 WHITEHOUSE, JAMES NORMAN DE RAPELJE, New-York. 75 

7th in descent from Colonel Jeromus Remsen. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Joris Rapelje. 
297 WHITNEY, DRAKE, Niagara Falls. 297 

4th in descent from Captain Jonathan Whitney. 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 

7th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 

6th in descent from Capt. Jacobus Van Schoonhoven. 
545 WHITNEY, WARHAM, Rochester. 1089 

4th in descent from Sergeant Joshua Whitney. 
560 WHITNEY, WILLIAM MINOTT, Albany. 1 104 

3d in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Josiah Whitney. 
300 WHITON, Louis CLAUDE, New-York. 300 

5th in descent from Thomas Whiton. 

534 WHITTEMORE, JAMES MADISON, Colonel, Ordnance 1006 

Department, U.S.A. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Gorham. 

128 



NE IV- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

265 WILCOX, REYNOLD WEBB, M.D., New-York. 265 

9th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Jones. 
7th in descent from Richard Webb. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Janna Meigs. 

726 WILDEY, WILLIAM HENRY, New-York. 1577 

7th in descent from John Wilde. 

308 WILLIAMS, EPHRAIM, i st Lieutenant and Brevet-Cap- 308 

tain, U.S.A. (Retired), Deerfield, Mass. 
5th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams. 
3d in descent from Surgeon Thomas Williams. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

476 WILLIAMS, GEORGE BURBANK, Rochester. 924 

4th in descent from Surgeon Thomas Williams. 

602 WILLIAMS, NORMAN ALTON, Utica. 1242 

9th in descent from Governor Nicholas Easton. 
8th in descent from Attorney-General Peter Easton. 
9th in descent from Stephen Hart. 
9th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from John Briggs. 
9th in descent from Governor John Coggeshall. 
8th in descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
8th in descent from Jeremiah Clarke. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Abraham Doolittle. 
7th in descent from Captain James Parker. 

474 WILLIAMS, ROBERT DAY, Albany. 927 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Foote. 

878 WILLIAMS, ROBERT STANTON, Utica. 2263 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

475 WILLIAMS, SAMUEL BURBANK, Rochester. 928 
3d in descent from Surgeon Thomas Williams. 

129 



NEW- YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

179 WILLIAMSON, GEORGE DE WITT, New-York. 179 

8th in descent from John Hicks. 

576 WILSON, CHARLES ROBERT, Buffalo. 113? 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 

328 WINTHROP, GRENVILLE BAYARD, New-York. 328 

8th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
7th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
6th in descent from Major-Gen. Wait Still Winthrop. 

235 WITHINGTON, JAMES HERVEY, Captain, U. S. V., Bing- 235 

hamton. 
6th in descent from Captain John Withington. 

327 WODELL, SILAS, Poughkeepsie. 3 2 7 

4th in descent from Captain Asahel Hall. 

837 WOOD, ALFRED T., New-York. 2056 

6th in descent from Major John Walley. 
1 20 WOOD, MARSHALL WILLIAM, Major and Surgeon, U. S. A. 1 20 

8th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf. 

6th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf. 

7th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 

7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
397 WOOD, THOMAS NEWTON, Captain, U.S.M.C. 397 

5th in descent from Captain Richard Callaway. 

781 WOODFORD, HONORABLE STEWART LYNDON, United 1790 
States Minister to Spain, New-York. 

^th in descent from Captain Joseph Woodford, Jr. 
439 WOODMAN, REVEREND CLARENCE EUGENE, New-York. 707 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Woodman. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Joshua Woodman. 

6th in descent from Ensign William Longfellow. 

507 WOODRUFF, CHARLES HORNBLOWER, New-York. 969 

5th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Woodruff. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jacob Woodruff. 
9th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 

130 



NEW-YORK. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Matthew Allyn. 

7th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel John Allyn. 

8th in descent from Major Aaron Cooke. 

7th in descent from Captain Aaron Cooke. 

8th in descent from William Phelps. 

7th in descent from Captain Timothy Phelps. 

8th in descent from William Westwood. 

7th in descent from Captain John Taylor. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright. 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

5th in descent from Captain Joseph Griswold. 

784 WOODWORTH, ANDREW JOSLYN, Syracuse. 1869 

7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

296 WOODWORTH, NEWELL BERTRAM, Syracuse. 296 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 
8th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson. 
7th in descent from Joseph Richardson. 
4th in descent from Abel Richardson. 

829 WYCKOFF, PETER, Brooklyn. 2048 

7th in descent from Nicholas Stillwell. 

306 YOUNG, WILLIAM HOPKINS, New-York. 306 

6th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 
4th in descent from Captain Edmund Dwight. 

OMITTED. 

532 ALLEN, FREDERICK HOBBES, New- York. 1004 

4th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Allen. 
4th in descent from Captain Samuel Hunt. 



Hn flDemoriam. 

* 



125 CHARLES ELLIOT LORD, died Nov. 26, 1893. 
2 Nathan Gillette Pond, died July 29, 1894. 

55 FRANCIS C. HARRIMAN, died Aug. 3, 1894. 

67 THOMAS LUDLOW OGDEN, died Oct. 2, 1894. 

52 AUGUSTUS WHITE MERWIN, died Dec. 13, 1894. 

82 STANCLIFF BAZEN DOWNES, died April 21, 1895. 
292 JOHN GILBERT MARSHALL, died July 19, 1895. 
511 EBENEZER KELLOGG WRIGHT, died Aug. 4, 1895. 
154 JOHN SCHUYLER, died Aug. 19, 1895. 
343 WILLIAM GAYER DOMINICK, died Aug. 31, 1895. 
331 GENERAL ELY S. PARKER, died Aug. 31, 1895. 

8 1 JAMES FRANCIS RUGGLES, died Sept. 22, 1895. 
140 JAMES MIFFLIN, died Nov. 24, 1895. 

"16 RICHARD HENRY WALKER, died Dec. 27, 1895. 
481 REV. FRANCIS BROWN WHEELER, died Dec. 28, 1895. 
394 WASHINGTON IRVING ADAMS, died Jan. 2, 1896. 
301 WILLIAM AUGUSTINE POST, died Jan. 21, 1896. 
136 JAMES BETTS METCALF, died Feb. i, 1896. 
193 WILLIAM HENRY MORRIS, died Feb. n, 1896. 
158 ROBERT LENOX BELKNAP, died March 13, 1896. 
509 SAMUEL BORROWE, died May 3, 1896. 
345 CHARLES WELLS MARSH, died June 19, 1896. 
493 RICHARD RIKER, died Aug. 2, 1896. 
629 FREDERICK CURTIS JOHNSON, died Dec. 24, 1896. 
727 JEROME B. DEYO, died Dec. 30, 1896. 
521 JOHN STILES STOKES, died July 13, 1897. 
202 CHARLES WYLLYS CASS, died Aug. n, 1897. 
401 ALFRED BAURY JACKSON, died Nov. 19, 1897, Lieut. 

U.S.A. 
68 1 CHARLES WHITING PLYER, died Dec. 2, 1897. 




fflacj of tbe Society of Colonial Wars 

in tbe Commonwealtb of Pennsylvania 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 

THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the Common 
wealth of Pennsylvania was the first one chartered 
after the New- York Society, the date of organiza 
tion being January 23, 1893. 

The fifth annual dinner was held at Philadelphia, 
January 27, 1897, to commemorate the settlement of 
the city of Philadelphia. 

Christ Church, Philadelphia, on account of its 
unique historical associations in connection with the 
colonial period, has been officially selected as the 
Chapel of this Society. 

The fourth annual Church service was held at the 
Chapel of the Society, Sunday, November 21, 1897, 
to commemorate the I39th anniversary of the cap 
ture of Fort Duquesne. The sermon was preached 
by the Right Rev. Ozi W. Whitaker, D.D., LL.D., 
Bishop of Pennsylvania. The headquarters of the 
Society is in "Old Congress Hall," the building in 
which the first Senate and House of Representatives 
of the United States held their sessions from 1790- 
1800. 

Eligibility for election to membership in this So 
ciety requires that the ancestor of the applicant must 
have been a Commissioned Military or Naval Officer, 
or a Governor, Deputy-Governor, or Member of the 
King s or Governor s Council, or Commissioner to 
the United Colonies of New England previous to 
1775, or a member of the Legislative body of any of 
the Colonies which afterwards formed the United 
States of America. 



133 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

PENNSYLVANIA, 1898: 

Governor. 
HON. WILLIAM WAYNE. 

Deputy-Governor. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN, M.D., U.S.N. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
ANDREW CHEVES DULLES. 

Secretary. 
EDWARD S. SAYRES, 

217 So. Third Street. 



Deputy -Secretary. 



Treasurer. 
WILLIAM MACPHERSON HORNOR, 

S. E. cor. Walnut and i yth Streets. 

Registrar. 
T. HEWSON BRADFORD, M.D. 

125 South i8th Street. 

Historian. 
Major RICHARD STRADER COLLUM, U.S.M.C. 

Chaplain. 
REV. C. ELLIS STEVENS, LL.D. D.C.L. 

* Vacancy not filled before going to press. 

134 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL: 



HON. WILLIAM WAYNE, 
JOHN T. LEWIS, JR., 
JAMES LARGE, 

RICHARD A. CLEEMANN, M.D., 
EDW. SHIPPEN, M.D., U.S.N., 
T. HEWSON BRADFORD, M.D., 
CHARLES CHAUNCEY, 
Major RICHARD STRADER 
COLLUM, U.S.M.C. 



T. CHESTER WALBRIDGE, 
ANDREW CHEVES DULLES, 
JOHN THOMPSON SPENCER, 
REV. C. ELLIS STEVENS, LL. D. , D. C. L. , 
GEORGE CUTHBERT GILLESPIE, 
WM. MACPHERSON HORNOR, 
EDWARD S. SAYRES, 
WM. LYTTLETON SAVAGE. 



Committee on Historical Documents : 

FRANCIS OLCOTT ALLEN, Chairman. 

WILLIAM HENRY EGLE, M.D., REV. HORACE EDWIN HAYDEN, 
J. GRANVILLE LEACH, CAPT. HENRY HOBART BELLAS, 

U.S.A. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

i oi ADAMS, FRANCIS PETERS, Philadelphia. 807 

5th in descent from Lieutenant James Hart. 

86 ADAMS, HON. ROBERT, JR., Philadelphia. 68 1 

5th in descent from Lieutenant James Hart. 

73 ALLEN, FRANCIS OLCOTT, Philadelphia. 471 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
9th in descent from William Vassall. 
8th in descent from Captain Richard Leach. 
8th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
7th in descent from Captain John Pease. 
5th in descent from Major Ephraim Terry. 

1 66 ASHTON, THOMAS GEORGE, M.D., Philadelphia. 1956 

7th in descent from Matthias Keen. 

141 ASHTON, WILLIAM EASTERLY, M.D., Philadelphia. 1634 

7th in descent from Matthias Keen. 
13 BALCH, EDWIN SWIFT, Philadelphia. 413 

9th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 

8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 

5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

7th in descent from Colonel Ninian Beall. 

6th in descent from Colonel George Beall. 

6th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 
12 BALCH; THOMAS WILLING, Philadelphia. 412 

9th in descent from Captain John Underbill. 

8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 

5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

7th in descent from Colonel Ninian Beall. 

6th in descent from Colonel George Beall. 

6th in descent from Captain Charles Willing, 
in BALDY, JOHN MONTGOMERY, M.D., Philadelphia. 1315 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Forster. 

136 



PENNSYL VA N1A . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

48 BAYARD, HON. THOMAS FRANCIS, Wilmington, Del. 445 

4th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 

95 BELLAS, HENRY HOBART, Captain U.S.A. (Retired), 802 

Philadelphia. 

5th in descent from Colonel William Moore. 
4th in descent from Michael Hillegas. 

93 BENSON, ALEXANDER, Philadelphia. 800 

7th in descent from Captain James Benson. 

ii BENSON, EDWIN NORTH, Philadelphia. 411 

6th in descent from Captain James Benson. 
7th in descent from Peter Larssen Cock, Sr. 
7th in descent from Peter Gunnerson Rambo. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Roger North. 

150 SETTLE, SAMUEL, Haverford. 1643 

9th in descent from Daniel Wills. 

14 BIDDLE, THOMAS, M.D., Philadelphia. 414 

6th in descent from William Biddle. 

98 BIDDLE, WILLIAM FOSTER, Philadelphia. 804 

7th in descent from William Biddle. 

10 Bradford, Thomas Hewson, M.D., Philadelphia. 141 

4th in descent from Captain William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Robert Turner, 2d. 
6th in descent from Captain John Langstaff. 

1 68 BRICE, NICHOLAS, Philadelphia. 2162 

7th in descent from Edward Lloyd. 

79 BRICE, PHILIP HOWARD, Philadelphia. 674 

9th in descent from Edward Lloyd. 
8th in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd. 
8th in descent from Augustin Herrman. 
8th in descent from Captain James Neale. 

33 BRINTON, JOHN HILL, M.D., Philadelphia. 430 

4th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

137 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

47 BRINTON, JOHN HILL, JR., Philadelphia. 444 

8th in descent from Andrew Ward. 
5th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

156 BRINTON, WARD, M.D., Philadelphia. 1946 

7th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
7th in descent from James Sandelandes. 
5th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 
8th in descent from Andrew Ward. 
6th in descent from Jasper Yates. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Moore. 

84 BROOKE, GEORGE, JR., Birdsboro. 679 
5th in descent from Major Robert Farmer. 

132 BURNETT, CHARLES HENRY, M.D., Philadelphia. 1336 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
7th in descent from Daniel Leeds. 

1 80 CABEEN, FRANCIS VON ALBADI, Philadelphia. 2238 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Alexander Anderson. 

90 CADWALADER, CHARLES EVERT, M.D., Philadelphia. 685 

4th in descent from Dr. Thomas Cadwalader. 

97 CADWALADER, RICHARD McCALL, Philadelphia. 803 

3d in descent from Dr. Thomas Cadwalader. 

85 CHAUNCEY, CHARLES, Philadelphia. 680 
4th in descent from Colonel Elihu Chauncey. 

151 CHEW, DAVID SANDS BROWN, Philadelphia. 1644 

8th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 

50 CLEEMANN, RICHARD ALSOP, M.D. Philadelphia. 447 

8th in descent from James Mason. 
8th in descent from Walter Aston. 

135 COATES, EDWARD HORNOR, Philadelphia. 1339 

8th in descent from Richard Preston. 
6th in descent from William Jenkins. 
6th in descent from Mahlon Stacey. 

138 



PENNSYLVANIA, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

164 COLLINS, HENRY HILL, JR., Philadelphia. 1954 

8th in descent from Thomas Lloyd. 
8th in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr. 
7th in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr. 
8th in descent from William Earle. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
7th in descent from Joseph Wright. 

35 COLLUM, RICHARD S., Major, U.S.M.C., Philadelphia. 432 
4th in descent from Captain Moses Chapline. 

76 COOKE, JAMES WELCH, Philadelphia. 474 

5th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Nicholas Cooke. 

177 Cox, JOHN LYMAN, Philadelphia. 2171 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

34 CROTHERS, STEVENSON, Philadelphia. 431 

6th in descent from Major Daniel Whitehead. 

160 DA COSTA, CHARLES FREDERICK, Philadelphia. 1950 

5th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

113 DARRACH, HENRY, Philadelphia. 1317 

4th in descent from Captain William Bradford. 

128 DAVIDS, RICHARD WISTAR, Philadelphia. 1332 

7th in descent from Anthony Morris. 

100 DE BENNEVILLE, JAMES SEGUIN, Philadelphia. 806 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 

1 6 DEVEREUX, ALFRED, Philadelphia. 416 

6th in descent from Clement Plumsted. 
5th in descent from William Plumsted. 

51 DEVEREUX, FREDERICK, Philadelphia. 448 
6th in descent from Clement Plumsted. 

52 DILLARD, HENRY KUHL, Philadelphia. 449 
3d in descent from Michael Hillegas. 

158 DORAN, JOSEPH INGERSOLL, Philadelphia. 1948 

8th in descent from Governor Sir George Yeardly. 

139 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

147 DORR, DALTON, Cynwyd, Montgomery County. 1640 

roth in descent from John Brown. 
9th in descent from Robert Clement Esq. 
9th in descent from Isaac Heath. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
8th in descent from Major Robert Pike. 
8th in descent from Captain George Curwen. 
8th in descent from Ensign John Bowles. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Newgate. 
8th in descent from Captain Joshua Scotlow. 
8th in descent from Captain Richard Gridley. 
8th in descent from Hon. Wm. Brown, Sr. 
7th in descent from Captain Wm. Brown, Jr. 
7th in descent from John Bowles, Jr. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Sharpe. 
7th in descent from Hon. Samuel Dalton. 
7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Checkley. 
6th in descent from Major John Bowles. 
6th in descent from Hon. Benjamin Lynde, Sr. 
5th in descent from Hon. Benjamin Lynde, Jr. 
5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Dorr. 
5th in descent from Rev. Nathaniel Walter. 

15 DULLES, ANDREW CHEVES, Philadelphia. 415 

6th in descent from George Maris. 
3d in descent from Captain William Heatly. 

37 EGLE, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D., Harrisburg. 434 

4th in descent from Lieutenant John George Miller. 

94 ESTE, CHARLES, Philadelphia. 801 

7th in descent from Governor William Smith. 

139 FORBES, WILLIAM INNES, Philadelphia. 1632 

6th in descent from Lieut. -Col. Francis Thornton. 

169 FRAZER, PERSIFOR, D. Sc. Un. de France, Philadelphia. 2163 
5th in descent from John Taylor. 

8 Gillespie, George Cuthbert, Philadelphia. 146 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 

140 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Samuel Cole. 
6th in descent from Samuel Cole, 2d. 

53 GILPIN, GEORGE, Philadelphia. 450 
5th in descent from John Grubb. 

172 GLIDDEN, JOHN MURRAY, Glidden Farm, Lincoln Co., 2166 

Maine. 

7th in descent from Hon. John Gilman. 
7th in descent from Rev. Robert Jordan. 

171 GOODRICH, WILLIAM, Philadelphia. 2165 

7th in descent from William Goodrich. 
6th in descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 
7th in descent from Gershon Bulkley. 

75 GREENOUGH, EBEN W., Philadelphia. 473 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Burnham. 

80 GRISCOM, CLEMENT ACTON, Haverford. 675 

8th in descent from Richard Preston, Sr. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Governor Thomas Lloyd. 
6th in descent from Samuel Preston. 
6th in descent from Samuel Carpenter. 

134 GRISCOM, CLEMENT ACTON, JR., New-York City. 1338 

8th in descent from Lieut. -Governor Thomas Lloyd. 

130 GRISCOM, LLOYD CARPENTER, New-York City. 1334 

8th in descent from Lieut.-Governor Thomas Lloyd. 

1 02 GRISCOM, RODMAN ELLISON, Haverford. 808 

8th in descent from Lieut.-Governor Thomas Lloyd. 

152 GROESBECK, ROBERT BENOIST, Philadelphia. 1645 

9th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

54 GRUBB, EDWARD BURD, Edgewater Park, N. J. 451 
6th in descent from John Grubb. 

5th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

175 HALE, ARTHUR, Philadelphia. 2170 

7th in descent from Ensign Robert Hale. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Hale. 

141 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

20 HALL, PETER PENN-GASKELL, Major, U.S.A. (Retired), 418 

Philadelphia. 

6th in descent from William Penn. 
6th in descent from Governor Robert Barclay. 

155 HASELTINE, FRANK, Philadelphia. 1945 

8th in descent from Hon. John Gilman. 

99 HART, BYERLY, Philadelphia. 805 

^th in descent from Lieutenant James Hart. 

21 HAYDEN, REVEREND HORACE EDWIN, Wilkesbarre. 419 
7th in descent from William Hayden. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Hayden. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Hayden. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
7th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 
6th in descent from John Moore, Jr. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Return Strong. 

17 HERMAN, JOHN ARMSTRONG, Harrisburg. 148 
4th in descent from Colonel John Armstrong. 

142 HOLLINGSWORTH, W. WHARTON, M.D., Philadelphia. 1635 
7th in descent from Dep.-Gov. Samuel Carpenter. 

1 8 HOPKINSON, EDWARD, Philadelphia. 149 
4th in descent from Thomas Hopkinson. 

117 HORNOR, CALEB WRIGHT, M.D., Bryn Mawr. 1321 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 

6 Hornor, William Macpherson, Bryn Mawr. 144 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
4th in descent from Captain John Macpherson. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant William Macpherson. 

69 HOUGH, OLIVER, Philadelphia. 467 

7th in descent from Richard Hough. 

142 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Holme. 
7th in descent from Thomas Janney. 

55 HOUSTON, WM. CHURCHILL, JR., Philadelphia. 452 

8th in descent from Patroon Cornelis Melyn. 
7th in descent from Governor William Smith. 

167 HOWE, HERBERT MARSHALL, M.D., Philadelphia. 2101 

5th in descent from Captain Samuel Howe. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Gushing. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Nicholas Peck. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Wilson. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Loring. 

83 HUNTER, RICHARD STOCKTON, Philadelphia. 678 

6th in descent from Richard Stockton. 

19 HUTCHINSON, CHARLES HARE, Philadelphia. 417 

7th in descent from Edward Shippen. 

162 INGHAM, WILLIAM HENRY, Philadelphia. 1952 

5th in descent from Jonathan Ingham. 
7th in descent from Edward Howell. 
6th in descent from Richard Johnson. 

154 JOHNSON, EDWARD HINE, Philadelphia. 1944 

9th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 

22 JONES, CHARLES HENRY, Philadelphia. 420 

8th in descent from Capt. Elbert Elbertson Stoutoff. 
8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
6th in descent from William Willett. 
5th in descent from John Rodman. 
4th in descent from William Rodman. 

38 JONES, RICHMOND LEGH, Reading. 435 

7th in descent from Colonel Thomas Willett. 
6th in descent from William Willett. 

143 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from John Rodman. 
4th in descent from William Rodman. 

165 KEEN, GREGORY BERNARD, Philadelphia. 1955 

5th in descent from Matthias Keen. 

122 KENNARD, JOSEPH SPENCER, JR., Florence, Italy. 1326 

8th in descent from Francis Collins. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Hugg. 

57 KLAPP, WILLIAM H.. M.D., Philadelphia. 454 

6th in descent from Clement Plumsted. 

173 LAMBERTON, JAMES McCoRMicK, Concord, N. H. 2167 

4th in descent from Ensign Henry Buehler. 
3d in descent from Ensign William Harkness. 

77 LANDRETH, BURNET, JR., Bristol. 475 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Ralph Hunt. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Zerobabel Phillips. 
7th in descent from Major-General John Bradstreet. 

136 LANDRETH, SYMINGTON PHILIPS, Bristol. 1340 

7th in descent from Major-General John Bradstreet. 

25 LARDNER, JAMES LAURENCE. Philadelphia. 423 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Lynford Lardner. 

23 LARGE, JAMES, Philadelphia. 421 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Snowden. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Thomas. 
7th in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Wain. 

59 LEACH, JOSIAH GRANVILLE, Philadelphia. 456 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Dimmock. 
9th in descent from John Washbourne. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
9th in descent from Ralph Wheelock. 
8th in descent from John Houghton. 
8th in descent from Ensign Samuel Manning. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Richardson. 
7th in descent from Major John Keyes. 

144 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

70 LEE, EDMUND JENINGS, M.D., Philadelphia. 468 

5th in descent from Colonel Thomas Lee. 
9th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
8th in descent from Governor Richard Bennett. 
8th in descent from Governor Caleb Carr. 
7th in descent from Governor Philip Ludwell. 
6th in descent from Governor Edmund Jenings. 

24 LEE, EDWARD CLINTON, Philadelphia. 422 

nth in descent from Lieut. William Baulstone. 
loth in descent from John Brown. 
9th in descent from John Brown, 2d. 
8th in descent from John Brown, jd. 
loth in descent from John Cogggeshall, ist. 
9th in descent from John Coggeshall, 2d. 
9th in descent from John Mason. 
9th in descent from John Alden. 
8th in descent from Samuel Stafford. 
8th in descent from John Washburne. 
7th in descent from John Dillingham. 
6th in descent from Seth Pope. 
6th in descent from Ephraim Hunt, 2d. 

60 LENNIG, CHARLES F., Andalusia. 457 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Governor Gurdon Saltonstall. 

1 06 LEROY, REVEREND JACOB, Philadelphia. 912 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

78 LEVIS, HENRY, Philadelphia. 476 

6th in descent from Samuel Levis. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
5th in descent from Christopher Wetherill. 

74 LEVIS, SAMUEL WHITE, Philadelphia. 472 

6th in descent from Samuel Levis. 
5th in descent from Samuel Levis, 2d. 
4th in descent from Samuel Levis, 3d. 

145 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
5th in descent from Christopher Wetherill. 

39 LEWIS, DAVID, Philadelphia. 436 
9th in descent from Nicholas Newlin. 

40 LEWIS, JOHN THOMPSON, JR., Philadelphia. 437 
6th in descent from Evan Lewis. 

5 Lewis J William Fisher, Philadelphia. 142 

9th in descent from James Harrison. 
8th in descent from Samuel Carpenter. 
8th in descent from Samuel Richardson. 

176 LIGGETT, SIDNEY B., Pittsburgh. 2169 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Robert McConnell. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant James Lindsay. 
4th in descent from Captain James Sharp. 

137 LISLE, ROBERT PATTON, Philadelphia. 1630 

6th in descent from George Brent. 

58 LIVINGSTON, JOHN HENRY, Tivoli, N. Y. 455 

7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
8th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 

no LONGACRE, JAMES BARTON, Philadelphia. 1314 

loth in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
9th in descent from Stephen Goodyear. 
9th in descent from Andrew Ward. 
9th in descent from John Wakeman. 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wakeman. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Burr. 

82 MACDONALD, MALCOLM, Princeton, N. J. 677 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

88 MARSTON, HENRY WARD, Overbrook. 683 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Marston. 

6 1 MARSTON, JOHN, Overbrook. 458 

4th in descent from Lieutenant John Marston. 

91 MARTIN, JONATHAN WILLIS, Philadelphia. 686 

6th in descent from Colonel Josiah Martin. 

146 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

28 MASON, GEORGE CHAMPLIN, JR., Philadelphia. 426 

5th in descent from Lieut.-Col. Christopher Champlin. 
144 MCKNIGHT, CHARLES, Pittsburgh. 1637 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Bayard. 
120 MERCUR, RODNEY AUGUSTUS, Towanda. 1324 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Holme. 
161 MERWIN, WALTER LEE, Pittsburgh. 1951 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Miles Merwin. 

8th in descent from Nathaniel Foote. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Foote. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Russell. 

26 MIFFLIN, WILLIAM, Philadelphia. 424 
4th in descent from John Mifflin. 

8th in descent from Captain John Stedman. 
5th in descent from Anthony Morris. 
4th in descent from Anthony Morris, 2d. 
5th in descent from Thomas Fitzwater. 

178 MONTGOMERY, ARCHIBALD ROGER, Bryn Mawr. 2236 

6th in descent from Robert Burnett. 

7 Montgomery, Thomas Harrison, West Chester. 145 

6th in descent from Philip Key. 
6th in descent from Walter Smith. 
6th in descent from Robert Burnett. 
5th in descent from Matthias Keen. 
5th in descent from Daniel Dulany, the elder. 
4th in descent from Colonel Thomas White. 

108 MORRELL, EDWARD DE VEAUX, Torresdale. 914 

4th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 

125 MORRIS, FREDERICK WISTAR, JR., Villa Nova. 1329 

7th in descent from Anthony Morris. 

27 MORRIS, HENRY, M.D., Philadelphia. 425 
8th in descent from Lieut.-Governor Thomas Lloyd. 

103 MORTON, THOMAS GEORGE, M.D., Philadelphia. 809 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 
7th in descent from Captain John Underbill, 



PENNSYL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain John Langstaff. 
6th in descent from Mahlon Stacy. 

68 MUNRO, WILFRED HAROLD, Providence, R. I. 465 

loth in descent from Stephen Hopkin. 
9th in descent from William Carpenter. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abell. 

87 MUNSON, CYRUS LA RUE, Williamsport. 682 

9th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
8th in descent from Ensign Samuel Munson. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Matthew Gilbert. 

174 NEWELL, WILLIAM HARMAR, Pottstown. 2168 

3d in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

41 NORRIS, CHARLES COTESWORTH PINCKNEY, Philadelphia. 438 
7th in descent from Edward Middleton. 

6th in descent from Governor Arthur Middleton. 
5th in descent from Henry Middleton. 

42 NORRIS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Philadelphia. 459 
6th in descent from Isaac Norris. 

129 PAGE, OLIVER ORMSBY, Pittsburgh. 1333 

4th in descent from Ensign John Ormsby. 

43 PAGE, SAMUEL DAVIS, Philadelphia. 440 
8th in descent form John Page. 

7th in descent from Colonel Matthew Page. 
6th in descent from Mann Page, ist. 
8th in descent from Governor Caleb Carr. 
8th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
8th in descent from Thomas Greene, Sr. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Greene. 
8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
8th in descent from Dr. John Greene. 
7th in descent from William Byrd, ist. 
6th in descent from William Byrd, 2d. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Byrd, 3d. 

148 



PENNSYL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Governor Robert Carter. 
6th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 
5th in descent from Governor William Nelson. 
8th in descent from William Almy. 
7th in descent from John Carter. 

112 PATTERSON, ELISHA GILBERT, Titusville. 1316 

4th in descent from Lieutenant John Patterson. 

29 PAUL, JOHN RODMAN, Philadelphia. 150 

5th in descent from John Rodman. 

92 PAUL, LAWRENCE TAYLOR, Villa Nova. 687 

6th in descent from John Rodman. 

126 PEARCE, THOMAS DAVID, Philadelphia. 1330 

4th in descent from Captain Richard McWilliam. 

143 PEARSON, GEORGE, Pittsburgh. 1636 

7th in descent from John Blanston. 

44 PENNYPACKER, HON. SAMUEL WHITAKER, Philadelphia. 441 
8th in descent from Samuel Richardson. 
5th in descent from Captain Patrick Anderson. 

146 PINKERTON, SAMUEL STANHOPE SMITH, Pittsburgh. 1639 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Culbertson. 

64 PLATT, FRANKLIN, Philadelphia. 461 

9th in descent from Nicholas Newlin. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Burnham. 
8th in descent from Captain John Carter. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Carter. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Gershon Flagg. 

179 PLEASANTS, HENRY, Wayne. 2237 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 

114 PORTER, JOHN BIDDLE, Philadelphia. 1318 

6th in descent from William Biddle. 

63 POWELL, WASHINGTON BLEDYN, Philadelphia. 466 

7th in descent from William Biles. 

149 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 
7th in descent from Christopher Wetherill. 

62 PRIME, FREDERICK, Philadelphia. 459 

8th in descent from John Sands. 
7th in descent from Edward Shippen. 

30 REED, JAMES MONROE, JR., Philadelphia. 427 

9th in descent from Captain Daniel Brodhead. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 

45 ROGERS, JAMES SLOCUM, Philadelphia. 442 
i ith in descent from Governor John Webster. 

loth in descent from Deputy-Governor John Greene. 

loth in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

9th in descent from Major John Mason. 

8th in descent from William Pitkin. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Marsh, 

145 RUSSELL, ALEXANDER WILSON, Pay Director, U.S. N., 1638 

Philadelphia. 
4th in descent from Captain Robert McPherson. 

65 SAVAGE, WILLIAM LYTTLETON, Philadelphia. 462 

5th in descent from Colonel Elihu Chauncey. 

116 SAYRES, EDWARD STALKER, Philadelphia. 1320 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Sayre. 

153 SEWELL, WYNN REEVES, Pittsburgh. 1646 

8th in descent from Hon. Henry Sewell. 
2 Shippen, Edward, M.D., Medical Director, U.S.N. 147 

(Retired), Philadelphia. 
8th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
6th in descent from Paymaster Edward Shippen. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

46 SHIPPEN, EDWARD, Philadelphia. 443 
3d in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

89 SILVESTER, REVEREND WILLIAM WALLACE, S.T.D., 684 

Philadelphia. 

9th in descent from Captain Samuel Brocklebank. 

150 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Stephen Greenleaf. 
9th in descent from Ensign Edward Greenleaf. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Noyes. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Hezekiah Hutchins. 

170 SMITH, CLEMENT GRUBB, Philadelphia. 2164 

5th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

181 SMITH, WILLIAM POULTNEY, Philadelphia. 2331 

7th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 

124 SMITH, WILLIAM RUDOLPH, Philadelphia. 1328 

5th in descent from Colonel William Moore. 

133 SNELLING, REVEREND SAMUEL, Fort Washington. 1337 

5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Snelling. 

31 SPENCER, JOHN THOMPSON, Philadelphia. 428 

8th in descent from Colonel Augustin Herrman. 
8th in descent from Captain Robert Vaughan. 
8th in descent from Robert Brooke. 
8th in descent from Colonel William Burgess. 
8th in descent from Henry Sewell. 
7th in descent from Major Nicholas Sewell. 
7th in descent from Henry Smith. 
7th in descent from Major James Ringgold. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Thompson. 

71 STARR, ISAAC, JR., Philadelphia. 469 

9th in descent from Governor Edward Tyng. 

138 STARR, Louis, M.D., Philadelphia. 1631 

6th in descent from Samuel Levis. 

4 Stevens, Rev. Charles Ellis, LL. D. , D. C. L. , Philadelphia. 140 
6th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Stevens. 
9th in descent from Major-General John Mason. 
9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
9th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Marsh. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

107 TYLER, HARRY BLAKE, Philadelphia. 913 

9th in descent from John Brown. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
7th in descent from Barnabas Lothrop. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 
6th in descent from Reverend Timothy Edwards. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Sharp. 
5th in descent from Samson Howe. 

105 TYLER, SIDNEY FREDERICK, Philadelphia. 911 

9th in descent from John Brown. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
7th in descent from Barnabas Lothrop. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 
6th in descent from Reverend Timothy Edwards. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Sharp. 
5th in descent from Samson Howe. 

9 Walbridge, Thomas Chester, Philadelphia. 143 

8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
7th in descent from Captain Elizur Holyoke. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Captain John Chester. 
5th in descent from Major John Chester. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Chester. 
67 WATMOUGH, JOHN G., Philadelphia. 464 

4th in descent from Captain Edward Watmough. 

i Wayne, William, Paoli. 139 

5th in descent from Captain Isaac Wayne. 

32 WAYNE, WILLIAM, JR., Geneva, Switzerland. 429 

6th in descent from Captain Isaac Wayne. 

104 WEBB, FRANCIS PARSONS, Philadelphia. 810 

8th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 

152 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

163 WETHERELL, ALBERT LAURENCE, Philadelphia. 1953 

7th in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Laurence. 

115 WETHERILL, CHARLES, Philadelphia. 1319 

7th in descent from Christopher Wetherill. 
9th in descent from Edward Collins. 
9th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
8th in descent from Rev. John Whiting. 
9th in descent from Thomas Newberry. 
8th in descent from Thomas Brooks. 
8th in descent from John Moss. 
8th in descent from George Minot. 
7th in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Laurence. 
5th in descent from William Laurence. 
7th in descent from Captain Timothy Wheeler. 
6th in descent from Francis Yarnall. 
5th in descent from Captain Jacob Morgan. 

131 WETHERILL, JOHN PRICE, South Bethlehem. 1335 

7th in descent from Christopher Wetherill. 

140 WHARTON, BROMLEY, Philadelphia. 1633 

5th in descent from Ensign Andrew Boggs. 

127 WHITEHEAD, RT. REV. CORTLANDT, Bishop of Pittsburgh. 1331 
7th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
6th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse VanSchuyler. 
6th in descent from Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
5th in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
5th in descent from Captain Elisha Parker. 

118 WILBUR, ROLLIN HENRY, South Bethlehem. 1322 

5th in descent from Captain Abiel Abbot. 

66 WILLIAMS, CHARLES, Haverford. 463 

6th in descent from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

121 WILLIAMS, FRANCIS HOWARD, Philadelphia. 1325 

7th in descent from Mahlon Stacy. 

159 WILLIAMS, JOSIAH RANDALL, Haverford. 1949 

6th in descent from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

153 



PENNS YL VA NIA . 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

148 WILLING, GEORGE, Philadelphia. 1641 

5th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 

157 WISTER, ALEXANDER WILSON, Philadelphia. 1947 

7th in descent from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

119 WISTER, RODMAN, Philadelphia. 1323 

8th in descent from Jeremiah Clarke. 
7th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 
8th in descent from Thomas Cornell. 
7th in descent from Dr. Thomas Wynne. 
7th in descent from Richard Borden. 
7th in descent from Elbert Elbertson Stoothoff. 
6th in descent from William Biles, Sr. 
5th in descent from William Biles, Jr. 
4th in descent from Thomas Langhorne Biles. 
6th in descent from Thomas Langhorne. 
6th in descent from Dr. Edward Jones. 
6th in descent from Robert Owen. 
6th in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Sr. 
5th in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Jr. 
6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Willett. 
5th in descent from Hugh Evans. 
5th in descent from James Logan. 
4th in descent from Owen Jones. 
4th in descent from William Logan. 

123 WOOD, JOSEPH, Pittsburgh.- 1329 

7th in descent from Daniel Wills. 



154 



flit fIDemoriam. 



36. GEORGE M. COATES, died Nov. 12, 1894. 
72. WILLIAM JOHN POTTS, died Nov. 18, 1895. 
3. fames Mifflin, died Nov. 24, 1895. 
109. EDWIN ADAMS DAMON, died Nov. 17. 1896 




SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF MARYLAND. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Maryland was incorporated at Baltimore, February 
28, 1893, and organized on "Colonist Day," March 
25th, the two hundred and fifty-ninth anniversary 
of the landing of the first Maryland Colonists under 
Leonard Calvert. The first public meeting was 
held at the Maryland Historical Society s rooms, on 
St. Cecilia s Day, November 22, 1893, the 26oth an 
niversary of the sailing of the Ark and the Dove 
from Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, bearing Gov 
ernor Calvert and his colony to Maryland s shores. 
The Society holds its Social Courts on November 
22d annually, and yearly celebrates the following 
anniversaries: February n, George Washing 
ton s birthday, O. S. ; March 25, The First Land 
ing on Maryland Soil; June 20, The Granting of 
the Charter of Maryland. At the Fourth Social 
Court of the Society held at the Hotel Rennert on 
Nov. 22, 1897, the Society was presented with a 
superb silver punch bowl weighing 240 oz., 
eighteen inches in diameter and thirteen inches 
high, and of pure colonial design. 

The Society also has had presented to it a stand 
of four colors, each six feet by six feet six inches, 
consisting of the National flag, the flag of the General 
Society of Colonial Wars, the banner of the Lords 
Baltimore, or, as better known, perhaps, the Mary 
land Flag, and the flag of Great Britain or the Jack 
flag as adopted by James VII. of Scotland, when 
he became also James I. of England and united the 
crowns of Scotland and England. In addition to 
this the Society also possesses reproductions of the 
colors carried by the troops of the first ten counties 
in Maryland in 1694. Eligibility for election to 
membership in the Society conforms to the require 
ments of the Constitution of the General Society. 



OFFICERS, GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL AND 

STANDING COMMITTEES ELECTED AT THE 

FOURTH GENERAL COURT, HELD AT 

THE HOTEL RENNERT, -COLONIST 

DAY," MARCH 25, 1897. 

Governor. 
MCHENRY HOWARD. 

Deputy- Governor. 
GENERAL JOSEPH LANCASTER BRENT. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
JAMES GULIAN WILSON. 

Secretary. 
GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE. 

1808 Park Avenue, Baltimore. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
ROBERT BURTON. 

Treasurer. 
JOHN APPLETON WILSON. 

5 East Lexington Street, Baltimore. 

Historian. 
BENNET BERNARD BROWNE, M.D. 

Registrar. 
THOMAS MARSH SMITH. 

Chancellor. 
HON. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE. 

Surgeon. 
WALTER BREWSTER PLATT, M.D. 

Chaplain. 
REV. HENRY WATKINS BALLANTINE, D.D. 

157 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
To serve until 1900. To serve until 1899. 

EDWARD AUSTIN JENKINS, JOHN SHURMAN TAPSCOTT, 

RICHARD CURZON HOFFMAN, ANDREW CROSS TRIPPE, 
JOHN LIVINGSTON MINIS, CAPT. RICHARD POLK STRONG, 

U.S.A. 

To serve until 1898. 

JOHN IZARD MlDDLETON, HENRY ASHTON RAMSAY, 

JAMES TEACKLE DENNIS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee on Membership. 

JOHN APPLETON WILSON, Chair- HENRY STOCKBRIDGE, DEPUTY- 

man, Chairman. 

GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE, JAMES WILSON PATTERSON, 
EDWARD PARKIN KEECH, M.D., JOHN PHILEMON PACA, 
HOWARD MULLIKIN, Secretary. 

Committee on Historical ^Documents. 
CLAYTON COLMAN HALL, Chair- REV. HENRY WATKINS BALLAN- 

man, TINE, D.D., 

JAMES TEACKLE DENNIS, BENJAMIN HOWELL GRISWOLD, 

ANDREW CROSS TRIPPE. 

Committee on Installation. 
HORATIO GATES ARMSTRONG, WALTER DE CURZON POULTNEY, 

Chairman, JAMES WILSON PATTERSON, 

AUSTIN LOWE JENKINS, CULBRETH HOPEWELL WARNER, 

Standard bearers. 

NATIONAL. 

GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE, III. 

COLONIAL WARS. 

SPALDING LOWE JENKINS. 

MARYLAND. 

DOUGLAS HAMILTON THOMAS, JR. 

KING S COLORS. 

MASON LOCKE WEEMS WILLIAMS. 



MARYLAND. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

27 ARMSTRONG, HORATIO GATES, Baltimore. 492 

4th in descent from Colonel John Armstrong. 
8th in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 
7th in descent from Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler 
7th in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler. 
6th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
6th in descent from Colonel Henry Beekman. 
5th in descent from Colonel Henry Beekman, 2d. 

43 BALCH, FRANCIS DuPoNT, Philadelphia. 508 

7th in descent from Colonel Ninian Beall. 

47 BALLANTINE, REVEREND HENRY WATKINS, D.D., Baltimore 793 
5th in descent from Colonel John Ballantine. 
4th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel John Ballantine. 
7th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Osborn. 
5th in descent from Captain Abraham Venable. 

24 BARTON, RANDOLPH, Pikesville. 489 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Marshall. 

14 BRENT, GENERAL JOSEPH LANCASTER, Baltimore. 479 

6th in descent from Captain George Brent. 
7th in descent from Henry Sewell. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jesse Wharton. 
7th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Pile. 

13 BROWNE, BENNET BERNARD, Baltimore. 478 

9th in descent from John Utie. 
8th in descent from Major-General Richard Bennet. 
7th in descent from Robert Brooke. 
6th in descent from Major Thomas Brooke. 
7th in descent from Captain James Neale. 

159 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Lowe. 
5th in descent from Colonel Thomas Smythe. 

42 BURTON, ROBERT, Baltimore. 507 

7th in descent from John Curtis. 
6th in descent from Clement Plumstead. 
5th in descent from William Plumstead. 
5th in descent from John Curtis. 

104 CARY, WILSON MILES, Baltimore. 2230 

8th in descent from Colonel Miles Gary. 

7 Chew, Samuel Claggett, M,D., Baltimore. 223 

8th in descent from Colonel John Chew. 

7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
101 CHEW, THOMAS JOHN, Baltimore. 2014 

8th in descent from Colonel John Chew. 

7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
62 COLEMAN, WILLIAM WHEELER, South Bethlehem, Pa. 923 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. John Hammond. 
78 COTTMAN, JAMES HOUGH, Baltimore. 1347 

7th in descent from Peter Alricks. 

6th in descent from Hon. Francis West. 

5th in descent from Ensign Andrew Boggs. 
50 DAVES, JOHN COLLINS, Baltimore. 796 

7th in descent from Edward Foster. 

5th in descent from William Eaton. 
29 DENNIS, JAMES TEACKLE, Baltimore. 494 

5th in descent from John Dennis. 

loth in descent from Captain Edmund Scarbrugh. 

9th in descent from Colonel Edmund Scarburgh. 

8th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Littleton. 

7th in descent from Colonel Southey Littleton. 

8th in descent from Randall Revell. 

74 FISHER, CHARLES DAVID, Baltimore. 1239 

5th in descent from Andrew Boggs. 
7th in descent from Peter Alricks. 
6th in descent from Hon. Francis West. 

1 60 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

32 GILL, WILLIAM HARRISON, Baltimore. 497 

7th in descent from Colonel William Ball, Sr. 
6th in descent from Captain William Ball, Jr. 
6th in descent from Benjamin Harrison. 
5th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Harrison. 
6th in descent from John Armistead. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Churchill. 

9 Griffith, William Ridgely, Baltimore. 225 

7th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 
8 Griswold, ^Benjamin Howell, Baltimore. 224 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Ebenezer Griswold. 

7th in descent from Randall Vernon. 

7th in descent from Thomas Paschall. 

6th in descent from Thomas Paschall, Jr. 

7th in descent from Francis Collins. 

6th in descent from Jacob Howell. 

39 HALL, CLAYTON COLMAN, Baltimore. 504 

7th in descent from John Cutt. 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

7th in descent from William Ward. 

6th in descent from Samuel Penhallow. 

6th in descent from Dr. Thomas Pemberton. 

6th in descent from Ensign William Colman. 

5th in descent from Colonel Joshua Wingate. 

4th in descent from Samuel Blodget. 
63 HALL, THOMAS WILLIAM, Ruxton. 924 

7th in descent from John Cutt. 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

7th in descent from William Ward. 

6th in descent from Samuel Penhallow. 

6th in descent from Dr. Thomas Pemberton. 

6th in descent from Ensign William Colman. 

5th in descent from Colonel Joshua Wingate. 

4th in descent from Samuel Blodget. 
104 HAYDEN, WILLIAM MOZART, Baltimore. 2128 

7th in descent from William Hayden. 

161 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

38 HOFFMAN, RICHARD CURZON, Baltimore. 503 

6th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 
6th in descent from Major-General John Hammond. 

23 HOWARD, McHENRY, Baltimore. 488 

8th in descent from Captain Luke Gardner. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel John Jarboe. 
8th in descent from Major John Weire. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Addison. 
7th in descent from Major William Boarman. 
7th in descent from Colonel Henry Corbin. 
7th in descent from Henry Morgan. 
7th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Tasker. 
5th in descent from Philip Key. 
5th in descent from President Edward Lloyd. 
5th in descent from Colonel George Plater. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Rousby. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Tayloe. 
3d in descent from Chief Justice Benjamin Chew. 

67 JENKINS, AUSTIN LOWE, Baltimore. 1122 

8th in descent from Lieutenant-General Giles Brent. 
8th in descent from Thomas Gerard. 
8th in descent from Major John Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Sir Edmund Plowden. 
7th in descent from Captain Robert Slye. 
6th in descent from Gerard Slye. 
7th in descent from Colonel Hans Hanson. 

41 JENKINS, EDWARD AUSTIN, Baltimore. 506 

7th in descent from Lieut. -General Giles Brent. 

7th in descent from Thomas Gerrard. 

7th in descent from Major John Wheeler. 

6th in descent from Sir Edmund Plowden. 

6th in descent from Captain Robert Slye. 

5th in descent from Gerard Slye. 
65 JENKINS, FRANCIS DE SALES, Lausanne, Switzerland. 1037 

7th in descent from Lieut. -General Giles Brent. 

162 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Thomas Gerard. 
7th in descent from Major John Wheeler. 
6th in descent from Sir Edmund Plowden. 
6th in descent from Captain Robert Slye. 
5th in descent from Gerard Slye. 

68 JENKINS, SPALDING LOWE, Baltimore. 1123 

8th in descent from Lieut. -General Giles Brent. 
8th in descent from Thomas Gerard. 
8th in descent from Major John Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Sir Edmund Plowden. 
7th in descent from Captain Robert Slye. 
6th in descent from Gerard Slye. 
7th in descent from Colonel Hans Hanson. 

102 JENKINS, THOMAS COURTNEY, Baltimore. 2126 

9th in descent from Richard Gardner, Sr. 
8th in descent from Captain Luke Gardiner. 
7th in descent from Richard Gardiner. 
7th in descent from Hon. Henry Sewall. 
6th in descent from Major Nicholas Sewall. 
5th in descent from Philip Key. 

94 JEWELL, THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN, Commander, 1821 

U. S. N., Buffalo, N. Y. 
7th in descent from Ensign Andrew Skinner. 
6th in descent from Captain James Benson. 
6th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 

52 KEECH, EDWIN PARKIN, M.D., Baltimore. 798 

6th in descent from Hon. John Dorsey. 

46 KEYSER, ROBERT BRENT, Baltimore. 703 

9th in descent from Henry Sewall. 
9th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
8th in descent from Colonel Jesse Wharton. 
8th in descent from Captain George Brent. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Pile. 

98 LEE, HILLYARD CAMERON, Baltimore. 201 1 

8th in descent from Arthur Fenner. 

163 



MARYLAND. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

66 LEE, JULIAN HENRY, Baltimore. 1081 

8th in descent from Arthur Fenner. 

i Mackenzie, George Zflforbury, 2d, Baltimore. 217 

9th in descent from Hon. Edward Howell. 
8th in descent from Major John Howell. 
9th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from Robert Williams. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Deming. 
8th in descent from Captain Stephen Williams. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Willliams. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Brooke. 
8th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
7th in descent from Hon. Francis Hutchins. 
7th in descent from Captain John Hance. 
7th in descent from Hon. James Mackall. 

8 1 MACKENZIE, GEORGE NORBURY, }d, Baltimore. 1344 

loth in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
9th in descent from Major John Howell. 
9th in descent from Hon. John Deming. 
9th in descent from Captain Stephen Williams. 
8th in descent from Hon. James Mackall. 
6th in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

89 MANNING, WILLIAM THRUSTON, Baltimore. 1614 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Manning. 

17 MEEKER, RICHARDS CARSON, Baltimore. 482 

7th in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 

93 MIDDLETON, HARVEY, Baltimore. 1794 

7th in descent from James Harrison. 
7th in descent from William Cooper. 
6th in descent from Phineas Pemberton. 
6th in descent from Jedediah Allen. 
6th in descent from John Adams. 
6th in descent from John Woolsten. 

72 MIDDLETON, JOHN IZARD, Baltimore. 1166 

7th in descent from Hon. Edward Middleton. 

164 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO- 

6th in descent from Hon. Arthur Middleton. 
5th in descent from Hon. Henry Middleton. 

26 MINIS, JOHN LIVINGSTON, Baltimore. 491 

7th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
6th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 

95 MOALE, WILLIAM ARMISTEAD, Baltimore. 1822 

4th in descent from John Moale. 

48 MULLIKIN, HOWARD, Baltimore. 794 

7th in descent from William Jenkins. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Ball. 
7th in descent from Major William Combes. 
7th in descent from Thomas Paschall. 
6th in descent from Thomas Paschall, Jr. 
6th in descent from Captain James Benson. 

45 NEFF, PETER, Cleveland, O. 665 

6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Smythe, ist. 
5th in descent from Thomas Smythe, 2d. 
4th in descent from Thomas Smythe, 3d. 

1 8 PACA, JOHN PHILEMON, Baltimore. 483 

5th in descent from William Paca. 
loth in descent from Colonel John Chew. 
9th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 
9th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
9th in descent from Edward Lloyd. 
8th in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd. 

76 PATTERSON, JAMES WILSON, Baltimore. 1241 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim. 

99 PENNINGTON, WILLIAM CLAPHAM. Baltimore. 2012 

7th in descent from Hon. Edward Lloyd. 

64 PERIN, NELSON, Baltimore. 925 

5th in descent from Jesse Perin. 

69 PLATT, WALTER BREWSTER, M.D., Baltimore. 1164 

4th in descent from Dr. Elihu Tudor. 

165 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

44 POULTNEY, WALTER DE CURZON, Baltimore. 925 

6th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 

37 RAMSAY, HENRY ASHTON, Baltimore. 502 

7th in descent from Colonel Gerard Fowke. 
5th in descent from Philip Key. 
7th in descent from Captain-Lieut. Luke Gardiner. 
8th in descent from Thomas Gerard. 

34 REED, JOHN LUDOVICUS, Baltimore. 499 
6th in descent from William Reed. 

4th in descent from Samuel Blodget. 

25 REYNOLDS, EDWARD, Upper Falls P. O. 490 

5th in descent from Thomas Reynolds. 

85 ROYCE, ALFRED LEE, Chaplain, U. S. N., Annapolis. 1546 
7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 

96 SILL, HOWARD, Glendale, Prince George s Co. 1808 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Sill. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Sill. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Captain Matthias Nicoll. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Francis Willoughby. 

20 SMITH, EDWIN HARVIE, Baltimore. 485 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Marshall. 

1 6 SMITH, THOMAS MARSH, Baltimore. 481 

8th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
8th in descent from Robert Brooke. 
7th in descent from Francis Hutchins. 
7th in descent from William Biles. 
7th in descent from Thomas Janney. 
6th in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 

35 STICKNEY, GEORGE HENRY, Baltimore. 500 
5th in descent from Colonel Joshua Wingate. 

4th in descent from Samuel Blodget. 

1 66 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5 Stockbridge, Honorable Henry, Baltimore. 221 

6th in descent from Charles Stockbridge. 
9th in descent from Joseph Dickinson. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Allis. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
8th in descent from John Bronson. 
yth in descent from Samuel Belden. 

77 STRONG, RICHARD POLK, Captain, Fourth Artillery, 1348 

U.S.A., Fort McHenry. 
8th in descent from Elder John Strong. 
9th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Rogers. 
8th in descent from Captain Matthew Fuller. 
8th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 
7th in descent from Colonel William Bassett. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Gorham. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Morris, ist. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Morris, }d. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Bowen. 
7th in descent from William Swyft, Jr. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joris Rapalje. 

88 STANLEY, JAMES GORDON, Baltimore. 1549 

5th in descent from Major John Stanley. 

75 TAPSCOTT, JOHN SHURMAN, Baltimore. 1240 

5th in descent from Captain Charles Ellis. 

2 Thorn, William Henry DeCourcy Wright, Baltimore. 218 
5th in descent from Solomon Wright. 

3 Thomas Douglas Hamilton, Baltimore. 219 
3d in descent from Philip Thomas, M.D. 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willoughby. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor Isaac Allerton. 
7th in descent from Colonel Isaac Allerton. 
8th in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke. 
7th in descent from Major Thomas Brooke. 

167 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke. 
7th in descent from Thomas Dent. 
7th in descent from Major William Gooch. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Col. William Randolph. 
7th in descent from Colonel William Travers. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Travers. 
6th in descent from William Colston. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh. 
6th in descent from Mordecai Cooke. 
5th in descent from Alexander Contee. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Hanson. 
4th in descent from John Hanson. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Marshall. 
73 THOMAS, DOUGLAS HAMILTON, JR., Baltimore. 1168 

9th in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Governor Isaac Allerton. 
8th in descent from Colonel William Randolph. 
7th in descent from Colonel William FitzHugh. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Marshall. 
5th in descent from John Hanson. 

51 THOMSEN, ALONZO LILLY, Baltimore. 797 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

80 THOMSEN, HERMAN IVAH, Baltimore. 1 346 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

79 THOMSEN, JOHN JACOB, Baltimore. 1345 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
6 Tiernan, Charles Bernard, Baltimore. 222 

9th in descent from John Rolfe. 
9th in descent from Governor John Bernard. 
8th in descent from Thomas Bernard. 

28 TRIPPE, ANDREW CROSS, Baltimore. 493 

5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Henry Trippe. 

100 TUCK, PHILEMON HALLAM, Baltimore. 2013 

8th in descent from Colonel John Chew. 
7th in descent from Honorable Samuel Chew. 

1 68 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

12 TYSON, ANTHONY MORRIS, Baltimore. 477 

7th in descent from Anthony Morris, 2d. 
6th in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 

19 TYSON, MATTHEW SMITH, Baltimore. 484 

7th in descent from Anthony Morris, 2d. 
5th in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 

104 VICKERS, WILLIAM HANDY COLLINS, Baltimore. 2354 

7th in descent from George Vickers. 
7th in descent from Col. and Hon. Nicholas Greenberry. 
7th in descent from Col. and Hon. John Hammond. 
6th in descent from Simon Wilmer. 
5th in descent from Dr. George Buchanan. 
5th in descent from John Moale. 

31 WARNER, CULBRETH HOPEWELL, Baltimore. 496 

7th in descent from Major Cornelius Van Brunt. 
6th in descent from Captain Richard Hopewell. 

70 WHITRIDGE, William, M.D., Baltimore. 1165 
7th in descent from Hon. John Gushing. 

6th in descent from Hon. John Gushing. 
5th in descent from Hon. John Gushing. 

1 1 Williams, John Savage, Baltimore. 227 

4th in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

22 WILLIAMS, MASON LOCKE WEEMS, Baltimore. 487 

9th in descent from Colonel John Chew. 
8th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 

91 WILLIAMS, NATHAN WINSLOW, Baltimore. 1722 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 

71 WILLIAMS, WILLIAM SMITH GITTINGS, Baltimore. 1166 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

36 WILSON, JAMES GULIAN, Baltimore. 501 

7th in descent from James Saunders. 
5th in descent from Darby Lux. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim. 

169 



MARYLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

1 5 WILSON, JOHN APPLETON, Baltimore. 480 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
6th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
5th in descent from Captain John White. 

92 WILSON, MARSHALL GULIAN, Baltimore. 1747 

8th in descent from James Saunders. 
6th in descent from Darby Lux. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim. 

103 WILSON, WILLIAM BOWLY, Baltimore. 2127 

7th in descent from James Saunders. 
5th in descent from Darby Lux. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim. 



170 



flit flDemoriam. 



4. Henry Stockbridge, died March 11, 1895. 

49. EDMUND PLOWDEN JENKINS, died July 7, 1896. 

Edmund Plowden Jenkins. He was born 1845, and 
was a son of the late John W. Jenkins, of Charles 
County, Md., and a grandson of Judge John I. Jenkins, 
both of whom served the State as Legislators and 
Senators. 

The traditions of his family are associated with the 
earliest history of this Commonwealth, and he num 
bered among his ancestors many distinguished Mary- 
landers. 

At the time of his death he was paymaster of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, a position which he had 
held for over twenty years; he was a man of absolute 
integrity, true to his trusts, great and small, cultured and 
intellectual. He was held in the highest estimation by 
the officers of his company and by the business com 
munity of Baltimore. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 

THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the Common 
wealth of Massachusetts was organized April 5, and 
incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth 
April 29, 1893. 

In 1 896 the Society made a pilgrimage to Dux- 
bury. Later, Marblehead was visited. Prizes were 
awarded for essays on "King Philip s War," with 
special reference to the events which belong to 
Worcester County, to pupils of the Worcester 
schools. 

The Fourth General Court and the annual dinner 
were held at the Hotel Brunswick, Boston, 
December 21. 

A beautiful State society flag was presented to 
the Society by Mrs. Frances C. Foster of Cambridge. 

In 1897 the Society has held monthly courts, 
excepting in the summer, at which papers of a 
historical character have been read by members. 
Prizes have been awarded to pupils of Plymouth 
County high schools for essays on "The Landing 
of the Pilgrims in 1620." 

A special court was held at Young s Hotel, Boston, 
in honor of Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, Ambassador to 
England, and ex-Chancellor-General of the Society. 
Mr. Bayard made an address. 

The Society has been officially represented by its 
Governor at the presentation of the Bradford Man 
uscript, the celebration of the Queen s Jubilee in 
Boston, and the dinner of the Massachusetts socie 
ties of the Sons of the American Revolution and 
the Sons of the Revolution. 

A pilgrimage was made on June I7th to the field 
of the Sudbury fight. A fall field day was passed 
at Billerica and Bedford Springs. 
172 




FLAG :OF:THE: SOCIETY 
OF:COLONIAL:WARS:1N 
THE COMMONVEALTH 
OE;MASSACHVSETTS 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF 

MASSACHUSETTS, 1897-8. 

Elected at the Fifth General Court, held December 
21, 1897. 

Governor. 
ARTHUR JOHN CLARK SOWDON. 

Deputy-Governor. 

HOSEA MORRILL KNOWLTON. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
CHARLES JOHN MC!NTIRE. 

Secretary. 

EDWARD WEBSTER MCGLENEN. 

5 Old Court House, Boston. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
CHARLES SUMNER PARSONS. 

50 City Hall, Boston. 

Treasurer. 

ABIJAH THOMPSON. 

Winchester. 

Registrar. 
FRANCIS APTHORP FOSTER. 

Cambridge. 

Historian. 
ROBERT THAXTER SWAN. 

Genealogist. 
WALTER KENDALL W ATKINS. 

1 8 Somerset Street, Boston. 

Chancellor. 

MELVILLE MADISON BIGELOW, PH.D., LL.D. 
173 



Surgeon. 
MYLES STANDISH, M.D. 

Chaplain. 
REV. GEORGE MADISON BODGE. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

SAMUEL ARTHUR BENT, JAMES ATKINS NOYES, 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT, NATHANIEL JOHNSON RUST, 

ALBERT ALONZO FOLSOM, REV. CHARLES LEWIS HUTCHINS, 

FRANK MERRIAM, HENRY MORTON LOVERING, 

COMMANDER JOSEPH GILES EATON, U.S.N. 

Committee on Membership. 
SAMUEL ARTHUR BENT, Chair- FRANCIS APTHORP FOSTER, 

man, JOSIAH LITTLE HALE, M.D., 

FRANK WILLIAM SPRAGUE, 

WALTER KENDALL WATKINS, Secretary. 

Committee on Publication. 

SAMUEL ARTHUR BENT, WALTER KENDALL WATKINS, 

ROBERT THAXTER SWAN, FRANCIS APTHORP FOSTER, 

EDWARD WEBSTER MCGLENEN. 

Committee on Historical Papers and Essays. 
WALTER KENDALL WATKINS, FRANCIS HENRY APPLETON, 
EDMUND MARCH WHEELWRIGHT, DESMOND FITZGERALD, 
HENRY OSCAR HOUGHTON. 

Committee on Marking Historic Sites. 
ALBERT ALONZO FOLSOM, REV. GEORGE MADISON BODGE, 

HON. ALLAN ROGERS, HENRY MORTON LOVERING, 

JOHN HENRY BROOKS. 

Committee on Entertainment. 

ABIJAH THOMPSON, JOHN ANTHONY REMICK, 

GEORGE EDWARD BROWN, WILLIAM EBEN STONE, 

ARTHUR CECIL THOMSON. 

74 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

93 ABBOT, EDWIN HALE, Cambridge. 886 

4th in descent from Captain John Abbot. 

3 Abbot, Francis Ellingwood, Ph.D., Cambridge. 228 

7th in descent from from George Abbot. 
4th in descent from Captain John Abbot. 
3d in descent from Captain Abiel Abbot. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
6th in descent from Lot Conant. 
7th in descent from Captain John Dodge. 

276 ADAMS, CHARLES ELISHA, Lowell. 1850 

7th in descent from John Whitney. 
6th in descent from Captain John Warren. 

71 ADAMS, EDWARD MILTON. Holyoke. 828 

6th in descent from Ensign Edward Adams, 
loth in descent from William Collier, 
loth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
9th in descent from William Cheseborough. 
9th in descent from John Howland. 

178 ALEXANDER, EBENEZER, Boston. 1443 

5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Alexander. 

296 ALLEN, FRANCIS RICHMOND, Boston. 2068 
6th in descent from Samuel Allen. 

8th in descent from Isaac Allerton. 

7th in descent from Captain John Gallop. 

5th in descent from Colonel Sylvester Richmond. 

4th in descent from Colonel Ezra Richmond. 

4th in descent from Captain William Deane. 

297 ALLEN, REVEREND FREDERICK BAYLIES, Boston. 2069 
6th in descent from Samuel Allen. 

175 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

8th in descent from John Rogers. 

5th in descent from Colonel Sylvester Richmond. 

4th in descent from Nicholas Baylies. 

4th in descent from Colonel George Godfrey. 

30 ALLEN, THEODORE LATHROP, Pittsfield. 528 

loth in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
8th in descent from Thomas Ford. 
7th in descent from Captain Roger Clap, Sr. 
6th in descent from Captain Preserved Clap. 
5th in descent from Captain Roger Clap, Jr. 
4th in descent from Major Jonathan Clap. 

335 AMEE, ALBERT FRANCIS, West Somerville. 2229 

7th in descent from John Coolidge. 

233 AMES, JOSEPH BLANCHARD, Brookline. 1717 

6th in descent from John Ames. 
8th in descent from Francis Cook(e). 
8th in descent from Edward Dotey. 
7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
5th in descent from John Parke. 

257 AMORY, FRANCIS INMAN, Boston. 1804 

5th in descent from Jonathan Amory. 

218 AMSDEN, FRANKLIN DANA, Boston. 1702 
7th in descent from Isaac Amsden. 

loth in descent from Tristram Coffin, 
loth in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 
9th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Sr. 
8th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 
9th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 

219 AMSDEN, HENRY FRANKLIN, Boston. 1703 
6th in descent from Isaac Amsden. 

9th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 

8th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Sr. 



MASS A CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 

8th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 
281 ANDREW, HENRY HERSEY, Union, W. Va. 1910 

8th in descent from Captain John Jacob. 

7th in descent from Rev. John Higginson. 

7th in descent from Lieut. -Col. John Higginson. 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Savage. 

7th in descent from Captain John Thaxter. 

6th in descent from Major Samuel Thaxter. 
163 ANDRUS, EDWIN PROCTOR, Captain, ^th Cavalry, U.S.A. 1235 

9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 

251 APPLETON, FRANCIS HENRY, Commissary-General, 1798 
M. V. M., Peabody. 

6th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
21 APPLETON, NATHAN, Captain, U. S. V., Boston. 519 

5th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Sr. 

8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin. 

6th in descent from Nathaniel Coffin. 
65 AYER, JAMES BOURNE, M.D., Boston. 822 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Ayer(s). 

6th in descent from Cornet Peter Ayer. 

7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

171 BACON, HORACE SARGENT, Lowell. 1354 

9th in descent from Anthony Emery. 
8th in descent from James Emery. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 
9 Barker, Edward Tobey, late Acting Assistant Pay- 212 

master, U. S. N., Cambridge. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
4th in descent from Captain John Loring. 

177 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

34 BARRETT, EDWIN SHEPARD. 258 

6th in descent from Ensign Humphrey Barrett. 
4th in descent from Colonel James Barrett. 
3d in descent from Captain Nathan Barrett. 

143 BATES, EDWARD CORNELIUS, Worcester. 1214 

3d in descent from Captain Daniel Fletcher. 

63 BELL, CHARLES UPHAM, Lawrence. 820 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Stephen Goodyear. 
8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
8th in descent from Major Thomas Savage. 
8th in descent from Edward Tyng. 
7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 

309 BENNETT, JOSIAH CHASE, Lynn. 2120 
5th in descent from Thomas Chase. 

310 BENNETT, LARKIN EVERETT, Lynn. 2121 
6th in descent from Thomas Chase. 

29 BENT, SAMUEL ARTHUR, Brookline. 527 

5th in descent from Corporal John Bent. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Hugh Drury. 
7th in descent from Gregory Stone. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Wheeler. 
6th in descent from Ensign Humphrey Barrett. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Isaac Appleton. 

272 BICKFORD, SCOTT FITZ, Revere. 1846 

3d in descent from Jonathan Bickford. 

258 BIGELOW, HENRY NELSON, Clinton. 1805 

6th in descent from Samuel Bigelow. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Danforth. 
6th in descent from Samuel Worcester. 
5th in descent from Oliver Whiting. 

32 BIGELOW, MELVILLE MADISON, Ph. D. , LL. D. , Cambridge. 530 
7th in descent from John Bigelow. 
6th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

333 BLOOD, JOHN BALCH, Newburyport. 2227 

7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

13 BODGE, GEORGE MADISON, B. D., Leominster. 511 

4th in descent from John Bodge. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Hunnewell. 
4th in descent from Zerubbabel Hunnewell. 
5th in descent from Thomas Chute. 
5th in descent from John Harmon. 
5th in descent from William Mayberry. 

175 BOWMAN, AUSTIN LORD, New- York City. 1440 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

121 BOWMAN, GEORGE ERNEST, Boston. 1075 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

189 BRACKETT, FREDERIC HUNTINGTON, Boston. 1551 

7th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 

1 88 BRACKETT, SIDNEY LAWRENCE, Watertown. 1453 

7th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 
4th in descent from Corporal Asa Lawrence. 

288 BRIGGS, EDWARD CORNELIUS, M.D., Boston. 2018 

7th in descent from Captain John Osgood. 

206 BROOKS, JOHN HENRY, Milton. 1690 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison, Sr. 

302 BROOKS, LYMAN LORING, Newton Centre. 2074 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

260 BROOKS, WALTER CURTIS, Newton Centre. 1823 

8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
279 BROWN, DANIEL AUSTIN, Boston. 1908 

9th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 

8th in descent from Captain Samuel Walker. 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Walker. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Moses Craft. 

8th in descent from Robert Seaver. 

179 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

44 BROWN, DAVID HENRY, Medford. 54 2 

7th in descent from Edward Bangs. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Elias Maverick. 

6th in descent from Samuel Howard. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Locke. 

6th in descent from Simon Stone. 

4th in descent from Captain Oliver Witt. 
255 BROWN, FRANCIS HENRY, M.D., Boston. 1802 

7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 
182 BROWN, GEORGE EDWARD, Boston. 1447 

9th in descent from John Tidd. 

8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Bartlett. 

8th in descent from John Coolidge. 

7th in descent from William Sabin. 

6th in descent from George Woodward. 
228 BROWN, OTIS SUMNER, North Cambridge. \l\z 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooke. 

8th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Porter. 

7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 

6th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 

6th in descent from Captain James Minot(t). 
124 BRYANT, HENRY, Hartford, Conn. 1078 

4th in descent from Captain-Lieut. David Mason. 
123 BRYANT, JAMES STURGIS, Hartford, Conn. 1077 

4th in descent from Captain-Lieut. David Mason. 
1 68 BURNHAM, JOHN APPLETON, Manchester. 1265 

5th in descent from Major Isaac Appleton. 

210 BURRELL, HERBERT LESLIE, M.D., Boston. 1694 

6th in descent from Cornet Peter Ayer. 

102 BURTON, GEORGE SMITH, Boston. 95 2 

6th in descent from Isek Burton. 
3d in descent from Jonathan Burton. 

268 BUTLER, JOHN LAWTON, Somerville. 1842 

7th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 

1 80 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

169 CABOT, Louis, Major, U. S. V., Brookline. 1352 

7th in descent from John Winslow. 

116 CARNEY, GEORGE JAMES, Captain, Assistant Quarter- 1070 

master, U. S. V., Lowell. 
3d in descent from Ensign Seth Bullard. 

in CARPENTER, FREDERICK BANKER, ist Lieutenant and 1015 

Quartermaster, First Corps Cadets, M.V. M. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Brattle. 
7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Poole. 
7th in descent from Major Jeremiah Swain. 
6th in descent from Thomas Bancroft. 

173 CHASE, ALLAN MCCLEERY PARKER, Cambridge. 1356 

6th in descent from Ensign Moses Chase. 
330 CHENEY, JOHN EUGENE, Boston. 2224 

4th in descent from Daniel Cheney. 
62 CHURCHILL, NATHANIEL WILEY, Boston. 819 

7th in descent from Captain John Oilman. 

6th in descent from Nicholas Oilman. 

5th in descent from Colonel Daniel Oilman. 

294 CLARK, AUGUSTUS TAYLOR, Newton Centre. 2066 

7th in descent from Jean Paul Jaquett. 
6th in descent from Peter Alricks. 

289 CLARKE, GEORGE KUHN, Needham. 2019 

7th in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Clarke. 

6th in descent from Nathaniel Clarke. 

9th in descent from John Whipple. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin. 

8th in descent from Edward Goffe. 

8th in descent from Henry Sherburne. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Woodman 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Sr. 

7th in descent from Captain John Sprague. 
172 COE, HENRY FRANCIS, Boston. 1355 

7th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

6th in descent from William Pabodie. 

181 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

49 COFFIN, RUFUS, Boston. 547 

9th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
9th in descent from Ensign John Whitman. 

220 COLT, SAMUEL POMEROY, Bristol, R. I. 1704 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

269 CONANT, SAMUEL MORRIS, Central Falls, R. I. 1843 

6th in descent from John Conant. 
23 CORLISS, AUGUSTUS WHITTEMORE, Major, 7th Infantry, 521 

U.S.A. 
3d in descent from Joshua Corliss. 

249 COWLES, EDMUND BRAINERD, Brookline. 1796 

7th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 
112 Cox, EDWIN BIRCHARD, Brookline. 1016 

7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Poole. 

6th in descent from Thomas Bancroft. 

6th in descent from James Draper. 
95 Cox, WILLIAM EMERSON, Boston. 

7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Poole. 

6th in descent from Thomas Bancroft. 

6th in descent from James Draper. 
135 CRAFTS, JOHN CHANCELLOR, Boston. 1116 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Moses Craft. 
266 CRANDON, EDWIN SANFORD, Chelsea. 1829 

loth in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

loth in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

9th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

8th in descent from John Howland. 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Southworth. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Chubbuck. 
277 CRANDON, JOHN HOWLAND, Chelsea. 1851 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

7th in descent from John Howland. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Southworth. 

182 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

253 CURTISS, FREDERICK HAINES, Boston. 1800 

7th in descent from Ensign Thomas Curtiss. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Fuller. 

91 CUTTER, EDWARD JONES, M.D., Leominster. 884 

6th in descent from Ephraim Cutter. 
7th in descent from John Prescott. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonas Prescott. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Shattuck. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant David Alld. 
5th in descent from Captain Peter Powers. 

181 CUTTER, JOHN CLARENCE, M.D., late surgeon in the Im- 1446 
perial Japanese Service, Colonial Department ; Or 
der of the Rising Sun, Worcester. 
6th in descent from Ephraim Cutter. 

149 CUTTER WILLIAM RICHARD, Woburn. 1220 

7th in descent from Gershom Cutter. 
7th in descent from John Adams. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Adams. 

147 DALY, MARTIN ORDWAY, Boston. 1218 

9th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 
7th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Jr. 
7th in descent from James Bird. 
7th in descent from Major Aaron Cook (e). 
7th in descent from Hopestill Humphreys. 
7th in descent from Thomas Tolman. 
6th in descent from Joseph Leeds. 

264 DANFORTH, ALLEN, Plymouth. 1827 

8th in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 
8th in descent from Henry Cobb. 
7th in descent from Sergeant James Cobb. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Morton. 
8th in descent from Robert Seaver. 

183 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

209 DANIELS, HOWARD BIGELOW, Colorado Springs, Colo. 1693 
8th in descent from John Bigelow. 
7th in descent from Samuel Bigelow. 
8th in descent from John Coolidge. 
8th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 
7th in descent from John Barnard. 
6th in descent from Samuel Stearns. 

239 DAVIS, SIMON, Boston. 1730 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Simon Davis. 

20 DORMAN, WILLIAM BARNES, Maiden. 518 

6th in descent from Ensign John Fowler. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Church. 
7th in descent from Rev. Captain William Perkins. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gould. 
6th in descent from Ensign William Longfellow. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Hale. 

201 DORR, JOSEPH, Cambridge. 1625 

8th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
6th in descent from Lieut.-Col. John Gorham. 

99 DRAPER, EBEN SUMMER, Hopedale. 949 

5th in descent from James Draper. 

7 Draper, Walter Holbrook, Boston. 216 

4th in descent from John Draper. 

5 Draper, William Franklin, Brigadier-Gen., U. S. V., 214 
Hopedale. 

5th in descent from James Draper. 

325 DUANE, REVEREND CHARLES WILLIAM, Cambridge. 2219 

4th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Franklin. 

271 EATON, JOSEPH GILES, Commander, U. S. N. 1845 

5th in descent from Corporal Jonas Eaton. 
8th in descent from Captain William French. 
7th in descent from Ensign James Kidder. 
7th in descent from George Varnum. 

184 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain George Brown. 
6th in descent from Captain James Frye. 

146 EATON, WILLIAM. Brookline. 1217 

8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

261 EATON, WILLIAM STOKER, JR., Boston. 1824 

6th in descent from Colonel Edmund Quincy. 

336 ELDRIDGE, ZOETH SKINNER, San Francisco, Cal. 2343 

6th in descent from Captain Johannes Sanderse Glen. 

265 ENDICOTT, EUGENE FRANCIS, Chelsea. 1825 

8th in descent from Thomas Hastings. 

317 ESTABROOK, FRED WATSON, Nashua, N. H. 2211 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Estabrook. 

loo FITZGERALD, DESMOND, Brookline. 950 

7th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

214 FLAGG, AUGUSTUS, Boston. 1698 

7th in descent from Major-General Humphrey Atherton. 

237 FLAGG, CHARLES PARTRIDGE, Boston. 1721 

7th in descent from David Commee. 

236 FLAGG, HENRY DAGGETT, Boston. 1720 

7th in descent from David Commee. 

170 FLETCHER, WALTER VARNUM, Dorchester. 1353 

5th in descent from Gershom Cutter. 

1 8 FOLSOM, ALBERT ALONZO, Captain, Ancient and Hon- 516 

orable Artillery Company, Brookline. 
7th in descent from John Foulsham. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Peter Foulsham. 
7th in descent from Roger Shaw. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 
5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Thing. 

151 FOSTER, ALFRED DWIGHT, Boston. 1222 

5th in descent from Brigadier-General Joseph Dwight. 

53 FOSTER, FRANCIS APTHORP, Cambridge. 772 

7th in descent from Edward Foster. 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Richard Williams. 

5th in descent from Captain Elijah Macomber. 
167 FREEMAN, JAMES GOLDTHWAIT, Boston. 1264 

7th in descent from Edward Freeman. 

6th in descent from Major John Freeman. 

3d in descent from Barnabas Freeman. 

8th in descent from William Collier. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

7th in descent from Lieut. Constant Southworth. 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Plympton. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Plympton. 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Sparrow. 

4th in descent from Adjutant Joseph Goldthwait. 
198 FRENCH, JOHN DAVIS WILLIAMS, Boston. 1622 

6th in descent from Captain Stephen Williams. 
226 FRENCH, WALTER HENRY, Washington, D. C. 1710 

7th in descent from Captain William French. 
77 FRISBIE, IVORY FRANKLIN, A.M., Ph. D., Lewiston, Me. 834 

6th in descent from John Frisbee, Sr. 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Fryer. 

7th in descent from Major Richard Waldron. 

6th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel William Pepperrell. 

6th in descent from Robert Elliot. 

6th in descent from Captain John Gerrish. 
103 FRY, ALFRED BROOKS, New York City. 953 

6th in descent from Major Thomas Fry. 
192 FURNESS, DAWES ELLIOT, Boston. 1554 

3d in descent from Captain John Furness. 

8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Sr. 

6th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf, Jr. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Ambrose Dawes. 
205 GALLOUPE, CHARLES WILLIAM, Sr., Boston. 1629 

7th in descent from John Gallop. 

6th in descent from Captain John Gallop. 

1 86 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

319 GALLOUPE, ISAAC FRANCIS, M.D., Lynn. 2213 

6th in descent from Captain John Gallup. 

200 GOODHUE, SAMUEL AMORY, Jamison City, Penn. 1624 

9th in descent from Sergeant William Bassett. 

150 GORDON, EDWIN AVERILL, Boston. 1221 

6th in descent from Alexander Gordon. 
9th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
9th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
8th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Tuttle. 

52 GOULD, LEVI SWANTON, Melrose. 550 

6th in descent from John Gould. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Francis Whitmore. 
5th in descent from John Whitmore. 

89 GREEN, CHARLES MONTRAVILLE, M.D., i st Lieutenant 846 

and Ass t Surgeon, First Corps Cadets, M.V. M. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Green. 
8th in descent from Edward How(e). 
8th in descent from Gregory Stone. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Hugh Drury. 
7th in descent from John Bent. 
7th in descent from John Wetherbee. 

4 Green, Samuel Swett, Worcester. 209 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
6th in descent from Jonathan Sprague. 
4th in descent from Brigadier-Gen. Timothy Ruggles. 

50 GUILD, CHESTER, Boston, 548 

7th in descent from John Guild. 
6th in descent from Samuel Guild. 
5th in descent from Ensign Nathaniel Guild. 
7th in descent from John Woodcock. 

245 GUILD, CURTIS, JR., Inspector-General of Rifle Prac- 1762 

tice, M.V. M., Boston. 
6th in descent from Samuel Guild. 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

86 HALE, HENRY APPLETON, Salem. 843 

6th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 

137 HALE, JOSIAH LITTLE, M.D., Brookline. 1118 

6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hale. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Roger Plaisted. 
7th in descent from Edward Rishworth. 
6th in descent from Captain John Oilman. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Storer. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Storer. 
3d in descent from Richard King. 

291 HALL, BORDMAN, Boston. 2021 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Benjamin Hall. 

327 HALL, FRANK GARDNER, Boston. 2221 

5th in descent from Major Richard Godfrey. 

19 HALL, GEORGE FRANKLIN, Boston. 517 

5th in descent from Captain John Hall. 
9th in descent from John Bridge. 
9th in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 
8th in descent from Captain Francis Norton. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 
7th in descent from Captain John Peabody. 

326 HALL, GEORGE ROBINSON, Boston. 2220 

5th in descent from Major Richard Godfrey. 

332 HARMON, RALPH GILBERT, Medford. 2226 

6th in descent from John Harmon. 

305 HARRINGTON, CHARLES, M.D., Boston. 2116 

8th in descent from John Coolidge. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Coolidge. 
8th in descent from Corporal John Livermore. 
7th in descent from Ensign Thomas Bartlett. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Henry Bright. 
7th in descent from Hugh Clarke. 
7th in descent from Thomas Hastings. 

1 88 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Captain William Bond. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Jonas Bond. 

5th in descent from Jonas Bond. 

292 HARRIS, CHARLES, Cambridge. 2022 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Moseley. 

69 HARTLEY, REVEREND ISAAC SMITHSON, Great Barrington. 826 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
6th in descent from Ensign Samuel Munson. 

252 HASKINS, LEANDER MILLER, Rockport. 1799 

6th in descent from Daniel Thurston. 

84 HASTINGS, HENRY, Boston. 841 

9th in descent from Sir Richard Saltonstall. 
8th in descent from Sergeant-Major Richard Saltonstall. 
7th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Saltonstall. 
8th in descent from John Bridge. 
7th in descent from Quartermaster Matthew Bridge. 
8th in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 

278 HAYDEN, CHARLES, Boston. 1907 

8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

274 HEALEY, DAVID ALDEN, Holyoke. 1848 

6th in descent from Nathaniel Healy. 
5th in descent from Captain Joshua Healey. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
7th in descent from John Whitmarsh. 

37 HEMENWAY, FRED TROWBRIDGE, Boston. 535 

6th in descent from Joshua Hemenway. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 
8th in descent from Major Aaron Cook(e). 
8th in descent from Captain Roger Clap(p), Sr. 
7th in descent from Major Samuel Clap (p.) 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Timothy Tileston. 

133 HILL, LEW CASS, Boston. 1114 

7th in descent from John Hill. 
9th in descent from George Munning. 



MASSACHUSETTS, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Morse. 
5th in descent from Joshua Leland. 
4th in descent from Timothy Daniels. 

275 HINCKLEY, SYLVESTER BAXTER, Boston. 1849 

7th in descent from SAMUEL HINCKLEY. 

223 HODGES, GEORGE, D.D., Cambridge. 1707 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

315 HOLBROOK, LEVI, New York City. 2185 

5th in descent from John Holbrook. 

138 HOLDEN, JOSHUA BENNETT, Boston. 1119 

7th in descent from Ensign Richard Kettell. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Ralph Sprague. 
6th in descent from Thomas Richardson. 
6th in descent from John Call. 
5th in descent from Captain John Call. 
4th in descent from Samuel Call. 

155 HOLDEN, WILLIAM, Leominster. 1226 

5th in descent from Justinian Holden. 

238 HOLLINGSWORTH, ZACHARY TAYLOR, Cohasset. 1729 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Timothy Tileston. 

194 HOSMER, JEROME CARTER, Boston. 1618 

5th in descent from Stephen Hosmer. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
6th in descent from John Conant. 
6th in descent from John Howe. 
6th in descent from Captain Isaac Learned. 
5th in descent from Samuel Carter. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Carter. 
5th in descent from Jacob Pepper. 
4th in descent from Captain Benjamin Pepper. 
5th in descent from Sergeant David Pratt. 
4th in descent from Jonathan Maynard. 

183 HOUGHTON, CLEMENT STEVENS, Boston. 1448 

7th in descent from John Houghton, Jr. 

190 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

39 HOUGHTON, HENRY OSCAR, Cambridge. 537 

7th in descent from John Houghton, Sr. 
6th in descent from John Houghton, Jr. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jacob Houghton. 
3d in descent from Abraham Houghton. 
8th in descent from Richard Bowen. 
7th in descent from Lawrence Waters. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Lakin. 
7th in descent from John White. 
7th in descent from Philip Walker. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Walker. 
7th in descent from John Osgood. 
5th in descent from Corporal Hooker Osgood. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
6th in descent from Henry Willard. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abel. 
6th in descent from Josiah Whitcomb. 
6th in descent from John Whitcomb. 
6th in descent from Abraham Temple. 
6th in descent from Ensign John Divoll. 
5th in descent from William Divoll. 

148 HOWE, EDWARD WILLARD, Boston. 1219 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bradbury. 
7th in descent from Job Lane. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
6th in descent from Peter Bulkley. 
6th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

97 HOWLAND, CHARLES WARREN, Charleston. 890 

7th in descent from Arthur Howland. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Barker. 

15 HOWLAND, DANIEL WEBSTER, Boston. 513 

7th in descent from Arthur Howland. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Barker. 

191 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

204 HULL, JAMES WELLS, Pittsfield. 1628 

8th in descent from Reverend Joseph Hall. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from John Johnson. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison, Sr. 
7th in descent from William Dyer. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gallop. 

234 HUNT, HENRY WARREN, Neponset. 1718 

9th in descent from George Minot. 
5th in descent from Cornet George Minot. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Minot. 
8th in descent from Edward Foster. 

58 HURD, CHARLES RUSSELL, Boston. 815 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Burt. 

141 HUTCHINS, REVEREND CHARLES LEWIS, Concord. 1143 

3d in descent from Colonel Gordon Hutchins. 

242 HYDE, FRANK CHARLES, Hull. 1733 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Moses Craft. 

280 JACKSON, ARTHUR EUGENE, Brighton. 1909 

8th in descent from Edward Jackson. 

227 JACKSON, WILLIAM, Boston. 1711 

8th in descent from Edward Jackson. 

88 JENKS, REVEREND HENRY FITCH, Canton. 845 

3d in descent from Captain Samuel Jenks. 

98 JOHNSON, EMERY WALTER, Boston. 891 

loth in descent from John Johnson. 
9th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 
9th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
8th in descent from Captain George Barber. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Bullard. 
8th in descent from Ensign Edward Flint. 

179 JOHNSON, ENOCH STAFFORD, Lynn. 1444 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Johnson. 

192 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

232 JOHNSON, GEORGE PERRY, Cambridge. 1716 

6th in descent from Henry Poore. 

229 JOHNSON, JOHN FRENCH, Amesbury. 1713 

9th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 
6th in descent from Captain Henry Dow. 

1 06 JONES, ALFRED GILPIN, Member of the Queen s 1010 

Privy Council of Canada, Halifax, N. S. 
3d in descent from Colonel Elisha Jones. 

246 JONES, GEORGE WILLIAM, Salem. 1763 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Brattle. 

136 JORDAN, WILLIAM MESERVE, Roxbury. 1117 

8th in descent from Reverend Robert Jordan. 

262 JOY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Swampscott. 1825 

9th in descent from John Gallop. 

74 JUDSON, WILLIAM VOORHEES, ist Lieutenant, Engineer 831 

Corps, U.S.A. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
loth in descent from Matthew Mitchell. 
8th in descent from Hendrick Kype. 
7th in descent from John Minor. 

159 KEITH, SOLOMON LORIN, Bridgewater. 1231 

8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

304 KING, HENRY PARSONS, Boston. 2115 

9th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

144 KNOWLTON, HOSEA MORRILL, Attorney-General of 1215 

Massachusetts, New Bedford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 

25 LAMSON, DANIEL SANDERSON, Weston. 523 

4th in descent from Samuel Lamson. 

286 LAWRENCE, RIGHT REVEREND WILLIAM, D.D., Bishop 2016 

of Massachusetts, Cambridge. 
4th in descent from Captain Amos Lawrence. 

93 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

230 LAWRIE, ANDREW WESTCOTT, Boston. 1714 

9th in descent from John Johnson. 
8th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 
8th in descent from Captain Matthew Fuller. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
5th in descent from Captain John Loring. 

56 LEARNED, FRANCIS MASON, Boston. 799 

7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

154 LEEDS, CHARLES, M.D., Chelsea. 1225 

6th in descent from Joseph Leeds. 
7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Major Aaron Cook(e). 
6th in descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 
6th in descent from Richard Thayer. 

299 LEEDS, FRANCIS, Brookline. 2071 

6th in descent from Joseph Leeds. 

1 08 LELAND, LESTER, Boston. 1012 

4th in descent from Solomon Hancock. 

307 LEONARD, GEORGE HENRY, Boston. 2118 

8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Southworth. 
7th in descent from William Thomas. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Thompson. 

132 LITTLEFIELD, MARCELLUS, Woburn. 1113 

5th in descent from Colonel John Wheelright. 

331 LOCKE, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Newton. 2225 

8th in descent from John Howland. 

321 LORD, CHARLES EDWARD, Newton. 2215 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 

131 LOVERING, HENRY MORTON, Taunton. 1112 

9th in descent from Thomas Bourne. 
8th in descent from Henry Andrew. 

194 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Thomas Clark. 

8th in descent from William Sumner. 

8th in descent from Josiah Winslow. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew. 

7th in descent from Ephraim Morton. 

7th in descent from Robert Seaver. 

5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Carey. 

190 MACDONOUGH, RODNEY, Boston. 1552 

8th in descent from Henry Reddocke. 
8th in descent from John Stow. 
7th in descent from Thomas Stow. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Stow. 
8th in descent from Henry Townsend. 
8th in descent from Phineas Pratt. 

90 MCGLENEN, EDWARD WEBSTER, Boston. 847 

7th in descent from John Gushing, Sr. 

101 MCGLENEN, HARRY JARRETT, Boston. 951 

7th in descent from John Gushing, Sr. 

1 17 MclNTiRE, CHARLES JOHN, Judge of Probate and Insol- 1071 

vency, Cambridge. 

4th in descent from Ebenezer Mclntire. 
7th in descent from John Talcott. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant-Col. John Talcott. 
5th in descent from John Read. 
4th in descent from Captain Charles Morris. 

337 McViCKAR, EDWARD, Boston. 786 

4th in descent from Surgeon John Constable. 

285 MANSFIELD, GEORGE STANLEY, Boston. 2015 

7th in descent from Joseph Leeds. 

114 MARSH, HENRY DANIEL, Springfield. 1068 

7th in descent from John Marsh. 
5th in descent from Captain John Marsh. 
9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

195 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
8th in descent from Captain Simon Wolcott. 

40 MARTIN, WILLIAM PIERCE, Medford. 538 

5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Frye. 

306 MEEKINS, EDWARD MUNRO, North Adams. 2117 

8th in descent from Thomas Meekins, Sr. 
7th in descent from Thomas Meekins, Jr. 

1 80 MELCHER, SAMUEL APPLETON, Whitinsville. 1445 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

96 MERRIAM, FRANK, Nahant. 889 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooke (Brooks). 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joshua Brooks. 
7th in descent from Job Lane. 
6th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 
7th in descent from Edward Larkin. 
7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel Sparhawk. 
7th in descent from Robert Ware, Sr. 
6th in descent from Captain John Ware. 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Francis Whitmore. 
6th in descent John Whitmore. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Wheeler. 

213 MERRITT, WALTER HOWARD, Lynn. 1697 

6th in descent from Thomas Flint. 

113 MINOT, JOSEPH GRAFTON, Boston. 1067 

8th in descent from George Minot. 
5th in descent from Cornet George Minot. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Minot. 
8th in descent from Edward Foster. 

312 MORSS, CHARLES ANTHONY, Boston. 2123 

5th in descent from Joshua Morse. 

196 



MASS A CHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

105 MOSELEY, JOHN GRAHAM, Boston. 958 

6th in descent from Sergeant Increase Moseley. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Curtiss. 
6th in descent from Thomas Hazen. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Hubbell. 
6th in descent from Ephraim Stiles. 

107 MUMFORD, JAMES GREGORY, Boston. ion 

7th in descent from Thomas Mumford. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Mumford. 
9th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
8th in descent from William Cheseborough. 
8th in descent from Governor John Winthrop, Jr. 
7th in descent from Major-Gen. Wait-Still Winthrop. 

263 NASH, NATHANIEL GUSHING, Cambridge. 1826 

6th in descent from John Gushing, Sr. 

130 NEWHALL, JAMES SILVER, Lynn. 1 1 1 1 

5th in descent from Joseph Newell (Newhall). 
8th in descent from Governor John Endicott. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Edmund Greenleaf. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 
7th in descent from Captain John Putnam. 
6th in descent from Thomas Bancroft. 
6th in descent from Corporal Joseph Herrick. 
6th in descent from Moses Little. 
6th in descent from John Tarbell. 

216 NICKERSON, HERMAN, Cambridge. 1700 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

202 NICKERSON, REVEREND THOMAS WHITE, JR., Boston. 1626 
7th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 

145 NORCROSS, GRENVILLE HOWLAND, Boston. 1216 

7th in descent from Captain Josiah Chapin. 

267 NOURSE, JOHN FRANCIS, Biddeford, Me. 1841 

5th in descent from Captain Benjamin Putnam. 

197 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

10 Noyes, fames Atkins, Cambridge. 210 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Wyman. 
5th in descent from Captain John Loring. 

2 Page, Walter Oilman, Boston. 213 

6th in descent from Sergeant John Page. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Page. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooke (Brooks). 
8th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 
4th in descent from Ensign James Springer. 

94 PALMER, CHARLES DANA, Lowell. 887 

8th in descent from Edward Jackson. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Ephraim Jackson. 

298 PARKER, CHARLES LINCOLN, Maiden. 2070 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Hananiah Parker. 
5th in descent from John Parker. 
4th in descent from Peter Parker. 
8th in descent from Edmund Rice. 
5th in descent from Captain Henry Eames. 
5th in descent from Corporal Noah Eaton. 

282 PARKER, CHARLES WALLINGFORD, Boston. 1911 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Hananiah Parker. 
4th in descent from John Parker. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Brown. 
7th in descent from Captain John Tuttle. 
5th in descent from Captain John Vinton. 
4th in descent from Corporal Noah Eaton. 

231 PARKER, CHARLES WENTWORTH, Boston. 1715 

6th in descent from Captain James Parker. 
5th in descent from Sergeant James Parker. 
5th in descent from Sergeant Abraham Beaman. 
4th in descent from Corporal Noah Beaman. 

225 PARKER, CHARLES WENTWORTH, JR., Brookline. 1709 

7th in descent from Captain James Parker. 

198 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Sergeant James Parker. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Abraham Beaman. 
5th in descent from Corporal Noah Beaman. 

314 PARKER, EDWARD LUDLOW, Arlington. 2125 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Hananiah Parker. 
9th in descent from William Collier. 
9th in descent from Francis Cook(e). 
9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 
9th in descent from Nathaniel Morton. 
9th in descent from George Soule. 
9th in descent from Richard Warren. 
7th in descent from Joseph Warren. 
8th in descent from Edward Dotey. 
8th in descent from Edward Gray. 
7th in descent from Robert Finney. 
6th in descent from Major Jeremiah Swain. 

287 PARKER, FREDERICK WESLEY, Somerville. 2017 

8th in descent from Francis Cook(e). 
7th in descent from Edward Gray. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Thompson. 

324 PARKER, HERMAN, Boston. 2218 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Hananiah Parker. 
5th in descent from John Parker. 
8th in descent from Nicholas Brown. 
8th in descent from Captain John Tuttle. 
6th in descent from Captain John Vinton. 
5th in descent from Corporal Noah Eaton. 

311 PARKER, JOHN NELSON, Boston. 2122 

6th in descent from Ensign James Kidder. 

184 PARKER, MONTGOMERY DAVIS, Captain, 7th Cavalry, 1449 

U. S. A. 

9th in descent from William Hutchinson. 
9th in descent from William Thomas. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Hawkins. 

199 



MA SSA Off USE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Joseph Davis. 

7th in descent from Robert Pierpont. 

6th in descent from Doctor John Cutler. 
115 PARSONS, CHARLES SUMNER, Boston. 1069 

9th in descent from Charles Gott. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Charles Gott. 

8th in descent from Captain John Littlefield. 
64 PEARSON, JOSEPH HIRAM STARR, East Boston. 821 

6th in descent from Ensign John Moulton. 

6th in descent from Isaac Marston. 

5th in descent from Thomas Nichols. 
224 PENHALLOW, CHARLES SHERBURNE, Boston. 1708 

5th in descent from Samuel Penhallow. 
119 PIERCE, GEORGE FRANCIS, Dorchester. 1073 

}d in descent from Captain Samuel Pierce. 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

6th in descent from Consider Atherton. 

7th in descent from Captain Roger Clap(p), Sr. 

6th in descent from Major Samuel Clap(p). 

6th in descent from Captain Charles Wentworth. 

5th in descent from Captain John Shepard. 
197 PIERCE, JACOB WILLARD, Boston. 1621 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

8th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Gookin. 

8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

7th in descent from Captain Johannes Wendel. 

6th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 

6th in descent from John Plaisted. 

6th in descent from Edmund Quincy. 

6th in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright. 
82 PLAISTED, APPLETON HEATH, Waterville, Me. 839 

8th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
128 POND, VIRGIL CLARENCE, D.M.D., 2d Lieutenant, ist 1 109 
Corps Cadets, M.V. M. 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

200 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

235 POPE, HENRY DURFEE, Boston. 1719 

7th in descent from John Jenney. 

156 PUTNAM, EDWARD FLOYD, Chelsea. 1227 

8th in descent from Captain John Putnam. 

122 PUTNAM, GEORGE FRANKLIN, Boston. 1076 

}d in descent from Lieutenant Stephen Putnam. 

79 PUTNAM, GEORGE JACOB, Boston. 836 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam. 
6th in descent from Captain John Putnam. 
5th in descent from Captain Benjamin Putnam. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Stephen Putnam. 
8th in descent from Governor John Endicott. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 

254 QUINCY, JOSIAH, Boston. 1801 

6th in descent from Edmund Quincy. 

24 READE, PHILIP, Captain, Third Infantry, U.S.A. 522 

7th in descent from Ensign William Reade. 
6th in descent from William Reade. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Hale. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hale. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Ezekiel Hale. 
8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

45 REMICK, JOHN ANTHONY, Boston. 543 

}d in descent from Quartermaster Joseph Remick. 
7th in descent from Henry Sewall. 
7th in descent from William Titcomb. 
6th in descent from Benaiah Titcomb. 
7th in descent from Nicholas Noyes. 
6th in descent from Cuptain Cutting Noyes. 

43 REMICK, TIMOTHY, Boston. 541 

3d in descent from Quartermaster Joseph Remick. 
7th in descent from Henry Sewall. 
7th in descent from William Titcomb. 
6th in descent from Benaiah Titcomb. 

201 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Nicholas Noyes. 

6th in descent from Captain Cutting Noyes. 

328 RICE, HENRY BRIGHAM, ist Lieut., U.S. V. ; Capt, 2222 

ist Corps Cadets, M.V.M. 
7th in descent from Edmund Rice. 
7th in descent from Corporal Henry Rice. 
6th in descent from Edward Rice. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Cutter. 
6th in descent from Cornet Matthew Gushing. 
5th in descent from Ensign William Munroe. 

313 RICE, LEWIS FREDERICK, Brevet Major, U.S. V., Brook- 2124 

line. 

7th in descent from Edward Rice. 
6th in descent from Joseph Rice. 
6th in descent from Samuel Rice. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 
7th in descent from Captain John Jacob. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

28 RICH, JAMES ROGERS, Paris, France. 526 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Denison. 

31 RICH, THOMAS PHILLIPS, Paris, France. 529 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Denison. 

303 RICHARDSON, GEORGE ELIOT, Wellesley. 2075 

6th in descent from Nathaniel Richardson. 
8th in descent from Isaac Allerton. 
8th in descent from William Collier. 
8th in descent from John Tilley. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
6th in descent from David Alden. 

308 ROBESON, ANDREW, Brevet Major, U.S. V. ; Captain, 2119 

First Corps Cadets, M.V.M. 
6th in descent from Andrew Robeson. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 

202 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Arthur Fenner. 

6th in descent from Richard Arnold. 

5th in descent from Governor William Greene. 

248 ROBINSON, FRANCIS WALTER, Boston. 1765 

loth in descent from William Parke. 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

9th in descent from James Bates. 

8th in descent from Major Thomas Brown. 

8th in descent from Captain Hopestill Foster. 

7th in descent from Daniel Stone. 
1 20 ROGERS, ALLAN, Gloucester. 1074 

8th in descent from John Jenney. 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

6th in descent from Major John Bradford. 

8th in descent from Thomas Richards. 

8th in descent from Nicholas Jacob. 

215 ROWE, CHARLES EDWARD, Chelsea. 1699 

loth in descent from Peter Palfrey. 

85 RUST, NATHANIEL JOHNSON, Boston. 842 

6th in descent from Quartermaster Nathaniel Rust. 
7th in descent from Richard Cutts. 
6th in descent from Major William Vaughan. 
6th in descent from Major Richard Waldron (Walderne). 
5th in descent from Colonel Richard Waldron. 

125 SAMPSON, WALTER SCOTT, Boston. 1079 

7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
6th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

1 86 SEAMANS, FRANK MANNING, Brookline. 145 l 

7th in descent from Samuel Howe. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Butler. 

144 SEARS, HENRY DARRAH, Lieutenant, Massachusetts 1761 

Naval Brigade, Lynn. 
7th in descent from Captain Paul Sears. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Sears. 

203 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

9th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
8th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
8th in descent from Captain Jonathan Sparrow. 

185 SHAVER, JAMES EDWARD, i st Lieut., U.S. V., Taunton. 1450 
7th in descent from Robert Seaver. 
7th in descent from Henry Andrew. 
7th in descent from Isaac Chittenden. 
7th in descent from John Gallop. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gallop. 
7th in descent from William Harvey. 

193 SHATTUCK, EDWARD HORACE, Lowell. 1555 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Shattuck. 

318 SHAW, HENRY SOUTHWORTH, Boston. 2212 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Constant Southworth. 

199 SIMONS, WILLIAM C., Springfield. 1623 

5th in descent from Captain John Bissell. 

1 66 SMITH, CHARLES FREDERICK, Boston. 1263 

3d in descent from Francis Smith. 
5th in descent from Thomas Blashfield. 

203 SMITH, GEORGE HENRY, Boston. 1627 

3d in descent from Francis Smith. 
6th in descent from Thomas Blashfield. 

212 SMITH, HARVEY GUSHING, Gloucester. 1696 

6th in descent from the Reverend John Hale. 

283 SMITH, HINSDALE, Springfield. 1912 

4th in descent from Lieut.-Col. Benjamin Day. 

329 SOULE, HORACE HOMER, JR., Newton. 2223 

7th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

323 SOUTHER, CHARLES HENRY, Boston. 2217 

6th in descent from Peter Weare. 

33 SOWDON, ARTHUR JOHN CLARK, Boston. 531 

7th in descent from Captain John Capen. 

204 



MA SSA CHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Hopestill Capen. 
7th in descent from Captain Roger Clap(p). 
6th in descent from Hopestill Clap(p). 
7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Collicot. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Hall. 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Hodgdon. 
4th in descent from Colonel Arthur Noble. 

68 SPRAGUE, FRANK WILLIAM, Boston. 825 

6th in descent from Anthony Sprague. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Richard Warren. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
6th in descent from Lieut.-Col. John Gorham. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

174 STANDISH, JAMES MYLES, Boston. 1357 

8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

55 STANDISH, MYLES, M.D.,Capt.,AmbulanceCorps,M.V.M. 309 
7th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

208 STEARNS, ALBERT HENRY, Dorchester. 1692 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Stearns. 
7th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 
6th in descent from Ensign Samuel Walker. 
5th in descent from Captain Moses Maynard. 

259 STEARNS, FREDERICK MAYNARD, Boston. 1816 

5th in descent from Lieutenant John Stearns. 

273 STETSON, HENRY CROSBY, Bangor, Me. 1847 

7th in descent from Cornet Robert Stetson. 

290 STONE, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Newton. 2020 

9th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

283 STONE, CHARLES WELLINGTON, Boston. 1913 

5th in descent from Simon Stone. 

247 STONE, WILLIAM EBEN, Cambridge. 1764 

6th in descent from Gregory Stone. 

205 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from John Stone. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 

6th in descent from Captain John Waite. 

158 STORKS, LEONARD KIP, D.D., Brookline. 1230 

4th in descent from Major Henry Champion. 

59 SWAN, ROBERT THAXTER, Dorchester. 816 

7th in descent from Captain John Thaxter. 
6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Thaxter. 
4th in descent from Major Samuel Thaxter. 
6th in descent from Captain John Jacob. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Barker. 
3d in descent from Ensign Benjamin Gushing. 

256 SWEET, HENRY NETTLETON, Boston. 1803 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 

196 SWIFT, HENRY WALTON, Boston. 1620 

9th in descent from Francis Cook(e). 
8th in descent from John Cook(e). 
9th in descent from Richard Warren. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 

322 TAPLEY, HENRY FULLER, Lynn. 2216 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam. 

320 TENNEY, SAMUEL PARCHER, Chelsea. 2214 

6th in descent from Thomas Tenney, Sr. 
5th in descent from Thomas Tenney, Jr. 
6th in descent from William Duty. 

127 THAYER, NATHANIEL, Boston. 1 108 

8th in descent from Edward Rossiter. 
8th in descent from Sir Richard Saltonstall. 
7th in descent from Sergt. -Major Richard Saltonstall. 
6th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Saltonstall. 

206 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Kilian Van Rensselaer. 
6 Thompson, <^bijah, Winchester. 211 

3d in descent from Abijah Thompson. 
8th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
7th in descent from Captain John Carter. 
7th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Richardson. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Francis Whitmore. 
293 THOMSON, ARTHUR CECIL, Brookline. 2023 

8th in descent from Anthony Thompson. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Thompson. 
8th in descent from William Hopkins. 
8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Stebbins. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Bishop. 

187 THOMPSON, EBEN FRANCIS, Worcester. 1452 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
6th in descent from Lot Conant. 
7th in descent from Francis Whitmore. 

221 THOMPSON, LEONARD, Woburn. 1705 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Thompson. 

270 THORNDIKE, AUGUSTUS LARKIN, Brewster. 1844 

6th in descent from Captain Paul Thorndike. 

250 THORNDIKE, TOWNSEND WILLIAM, Boston. 1797 

6th in descent from Captain Paul Thorndike. 

6 1 TILTON, PALMER, ist Lieutenant, U.S.A. (Retired), 818 

Washington, D. C. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Tilton. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Tilton. 
8th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 
8th in descent from Colonel Henry Ridgely. 
7th in descent from General William Burgess. 

75 TILTON, WARREN CODMAN, Washington, D. C. 832 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Tilton. 

207 



MASSACHUSETTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Tilton. 
8th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 
8th in descent from Colonel Henry Ridgely. 
7th in descent from General William Burgess. 

241 TOBEY, EDWARD SILAS, Brookline. 1732 

7th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

217 TOLMAN, WILLIAM SAWYER, Charlestown. 1701 

6th in descent from Nathaniel Richardson. 

76 UPHAM, CHARLES CLIFTON, New-York City. 833 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 
8th in descent from Richard Warren. 
7th in descent from Major John Davis. 

2ii UPHAM, CHARLES CLIFTON, Brookline. 1695 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 

222 UPHAM, HENRY MACY, Boston. 1706 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 

42 WADSWORTH, EDWIN DEXTER, Milton. 540 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Wadsworth. 

118 WARE, HORACE EVERETT, Boston. 1072 

5th in descent from Robert Ware, Jr. 
4th in descent from Jonathan Ware, Sr. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
8th in descent from Edward Foster. 
7th in descent from Robert Tucker. 
6th in descent from Benjamin Rocket (Rockwood). 

140 WARE, MOSES EVERETT, Captain, U.S. V., Boston. 1121 
6th in descent from Robert Ware, Sr. 
5th in descent from Robert Ware, Jr. 
4th in descent from Jonathan Ware, Sr. 
3d in descent from Jonathan Ware, Jr. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Ellis. 
6th in descent from Samuel Fisher. 

48 WARNER, FRANK EDWARDS, Boston. 546 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Burt. 

208 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

i Watkins, Walter Kendall, Chelsea. 208 

9th in descent from Isaac Allerton. 
8th in descent from John Fuller. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Fuller. 
6th in descent from Edward Fuller. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Marshall. 
7th in descent from Andrew Mansfield. 

1 60 WEAD, LESLIE CLARK, Brookline. 1232 

8th in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 
8th in descent from John Steele. 
8th in descent from Stephen Hart. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Hart. 
7th in descent from Thomas Judd. 
7th in descent from John Lawrence. 

243 WESSON, JAMES LEONARD, Boston. 1734 

9th in descent from William Bassett. 

8th in descent from Richard Bourne. 

8th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thaddeus Clarke. 

4th in descent from Stephen Nye. 

ii WETHERBEE, WINTHROP, 2d Lieutenant, ist Corps 509 
Cadets, M.V.M. 

6th in descent from John Wetherbee. 

7th in descent from John Lovejoy. 

3d in descent from John How(e). 
17 WHEELER, REVEREND HORACE LESLIE, Burlington, Vt. 515 

9th in descent from Edward How(e). 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooke (Brooks). 

8th in descent from Thomas Burgess. 

8th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 

8th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

8th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 
162 WHEELWRIGHT, EDMUND MARCH, Boston. 1234 

6th in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright. 
295 WHITCOMB, LAWRENCE, Brookline. 2067 

loth in descent from Edmund Hobart. 

209 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from John Beale. 

8th in descent from John Lawrence, 

7th in descent from Peleg Lawrence. 

7th in descent from Enoch Lawrence. 

8th in descent from General James Cudworth. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant James Lewis. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Stodder. 

6th in descent from Cornet Samuel Lincoln. 

334 WHITE, CHARLES GODDARD, Milton. 2228 

7th in descent from Captain Peregrine White. 

129 WHITING, WILLIAM SAWIN, Brookline. mo 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

152 WIGGIN, REVEREND JAMES HENRY, Roxbury. 1223 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Wiggin. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

139 WILBOUR, JOSHUA, Bristol, R. I. 1120 

8th in descent from Richard Borden. 

8th in descent from Thomas Cook. 

7th in descent from John Cook. 

8th in descent from Captain Ralph Earle. 

7th in descent from John Briggs. 

6th in descent from William Briggs. 
191 WILLARD, JOSEPH, Boston. 1553 

6th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

316 WILLARD, MARTIN STEVENSON, Wilmington, N. C. 2186 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

301 WILLCUTT, LEVI LINCOLN, Brookline. 2073 

7th in descent from Joseph Andrews. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Andrews. 
7th in descent from John Beale. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Beale. 
5th in descent from Lazarus Beale. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Stodder. 

210 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

1 6 WILLEY, WILLIAM LITHGOW, Boston. 514 

6th in descent from John Willey. 
yth in descent from Quartermaster Matthew Bridge. 
5th in descent from Colonel Arthur Noble. 
3d in descent from Captain William Lithgow. 

157 WILLIAMS, BORLAND, Boston. 1229 

4th in descent from Ensign George Williams. 

195 WILLIAMS, JOHN DAVIS, Boston. 1619 

6th in descent from Captain Stephen Williams. 

153 WILLIAMS, SAMUEL KING, Boston. 1224 

3d in descent from Ensign George Williams. 

177 WILLIS, HENRY AUGUSTUS, Fitchburg. 1442 

3d in descent from John Merriam. 

240 WILSON, FRANK STEDMAN, Boston. 1731 

9th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 

78 WILSON, FRED ALLAN, Nahant. 835 

7th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Wilson. 
9th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Fryer. 
Qth in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gerrish. 
9th in descent f ro m Maj. Richard Waldron (Walderne). 
8th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel William Pepperrell. 

300 WINSHIP, WILLIAM HENRY, Maiden. 2072 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
9th in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 
8th in descent from Gregory Stone. 
6th in descent from Corporal Thomas Frothingham. 
5th in descent from David Edmands. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Munroe. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Josiah Parker. 

165 WOLCOTT, ROGER, Governor of Massachusetts. 1237 

6th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
5th in descent from Captain Simon Wolcott. 
4th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

21 I 



MA SSA CHUSE TTS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

}d in descent from Colonel Oliver Wolcott. 

9th in descent from William Pynchon. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

41 WOOD, ALVA SYLVANUS, Woburn. 539 

5th in descent from Josiah Wood. 
6th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Walker. 
4th in descent from Ensign Samuel Walker. 
5th in descent from Samuel Converse. 
5th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson, Sr. 

142 YOUNG, HARRY, Brookline. 1163 

8th in descent from John Batchelor. 
8th in descent from William Butter(s). 
7th in descent from Ralph Dix. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Spa(u)lding. 
5th in descent from Wells Chase. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Benjamin Foster. 



212 



fln flDemoriam. 



92 CHARLES JARVIS PICKFORD, died June 7, 1895. 
27 HENRY OSCAR HOUGHTON, died Aug. 25, 1895 
26 WILLIAM LEVERETT CHASE, died Oct. 7, 1895. 

126 FRANKLIN LEONARD POPE, died Oct. 13, 1895. 
22 GARDNER ASAPH CHURCHILL, died Aug. 21, 
47 JOHN HOFFMAN COLLAMORE, died Nov. 3, 1896 

207 HENRY LILLIE PIERCE, died Dec. 17, 
54 WILLIAM KLAPP WILLIAMS, died June 4, 1897. 

161 HERBERT WISWALL, died Nov. 21, 1897 




SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Con 
necticut was chartered April 26, 1893, and incorpo 
rated under the State laws, May 21, 1893. 

The elegibility rules are those of the General 
Society with the following restrictions : Legislative 
service unaccompanied with military record does 
not constitute a valid claim; the direct ancestor in 
the male line must have resided in the American 
Colonies before 1750; collaterals are not admitted. 

The first General Court was held at New Haven, 
December 14, 1893, at which time most of the 
officers and a council were chosen. An adjourned 
General Court was held at New Haven, May 26, 
1894, the 257th anniversary of the attack by Cap 
tain John Mason and his forces on the Pequot Fort 
in Mistick. At this time the rest of the officers 
were elected, and the Constitution and By-Laws 
were adopted by a unanimous vote. 

The second General Court was held at New 
Haven, December 12, 1894. 

The third General Court was held at Hartford, 
May i, 1895. 

The fourth General Court was held at Hartford, 
May 6, 1896. 

The fifth General Court was held at New Haven, 
May 5, 1897. 

The General Court is held on the first Wednes 
day in May, in commemoration of the first General 
Court of the Colony of Connecticut, held at Hart 
ford on the first day of May, 1637 (O. S.), at which 
time the Sovereignty of the Colony was first as 
serted by the formal Declaration of War against the 
Nation of the Pequots. 

214 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Elected at the Fifth General Court, held May 5, 1897. 

Governor. 
JAMES JUNIUS GOODWIN, ESQ, 

Deputy- Governor. 
HON. FREDERICK JOHN KINGSBURY, LL.D. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
PROFESSOR THEODORE SALISBURY WOOLSEY, LL.B., M.A. 

Chaplain. 
THE RIGHT REVEREND JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D. 

Secretary. 
CHARLES SAMUEL WARD, M.D., 

Bridgeport. 

Treasurer. 
CHARLES HOTCHKISS TROWBRIDGE, ESQ.. 

Mechanics Bank, New Haven. 

Registrar. 
FRANK BUTLER GAY, ESQ.. 

Hartford. 

Historian. 
HON. MORRIS WOODRUFF SEYMOUR, M. A. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term expiring May i, 1898. 

ELI WHITNEY, COLONEL JACOB LYMAN GREENE, 

ARTHUR REED KIMBALL. 

Term expiring May i, 1899. 

CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, LL.D., MAJOR BELA PECK LEARNED, 
JOHN KIMBERLY BEACH. 

215 



Term expiring May i, 1900. 

HON. ROBERT COIT, WM. FREEMAN FRENCH, M.D., 

CHARLES EDWARD GROSS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on Membership: 

FRANK BUTLER GAY, Chairman, 

HENRY PUTNAM STEARNS, M.D., COLONEL Louis RICHMOND CHENEY. 
REV. PROF. SAMUEL HART, D.D., JOSEPH GURLEY WOODWARD. 

Committee on Historical Documents: 

HON. FREDERICK JOHN KINGSBURY, LL. D., Chairman. 

PROF. THEODORE SALISBURY WOOLSEY, LL. B., M.A., 

REV. FRANCIS GOODWIN, M.A., REV. GEORGE LEON WALKER, D.D., 

PROF. EDWARD ELBRIDGE SALISBURY, LL.D. 



216 




PRESENTED IN PERPETUITY 
TO THE 

NEW HAVEN PARK COMMISSION 



PLACED 
OCTOBER 14, 1896 



CONNECTICUT. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

144 ABBOT, EDGAR WADE, Noroton. 1997 

7th in descent from George Abbot. 

101 ALMY, LEONARD BALLOU, Norwich. 956 

8th in descent from Christopher Almy. 
9th in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 

148 ANDREWS, JAMES S: ^RLOCK, Rochester, N. Y. 2001 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Andrews. 

8th in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone. 

8th in descent from Major-General Robert Sedgwick. 

8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

8th in descent from Andrew Ward. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 

6th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 

125 ANDREWS, REVEREND WILLIAM GIVEN, D.D., Guilford. 1978 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Andrews. 

15 BAIRD, GEORGE WILLIAM, Major, U.S.A., Chicago, 111. 556 
7th in descent from Captain John Beard. 

9 ^Bald-win, Nathan Adolphus, New Haven. 12 

6th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

1 60 BALDWIN, WILSON LESLIE, Stamford. 2179 

7th in descent from Captain John Miles. 

149 BARBOUR, Lucius ALBERT, Hartford. 2002 
7th in descent from Thomas Barber. 

8th in descent from William Spencer. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 
8th in descent from Major Brian Pendleton. 
8th in descent from Captain Luke Hitchcock, Jr. 

217 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from John Hitchcock. 
7th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 
7th in descent from William Phelps. 

123 BEACH, JOHN KIMBERLY, New Haven. 1976 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

157 BEARDSLEY, HON. MORRIS BEACH, Bridgeport. 2176 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

95 BISHOP, GENERAL HENRY ALFRED, Bridgeport. 906 

7th in descent from Captain Benjamin Hitchcock. 

77 BISHOP, TIMOTHY HIGGINS, M.D., New Haven. 618 

9th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 

23 BISSELL, EVELYN LYMAN, M.D., New Haven. 564 

7th in descent from Captain John Bissell. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Isaac Bissell. 

28 BRADLEY, CYRUS SHERWOOD, Southport. 569 

9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
9th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 
8th in descent from John Wakeman. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Talcott. 
8th in descent from Jehu Burr, 2d. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Cornelius Hull. 
8th in descent from George Hull. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Hull. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Hull. 
6th in descent from Captain John Bradley. 
6th in descent from Captain Gershom Bulkley. 
7th in descent from Captain John Wakeman. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Captain Daniel Bradley. 
7th in descent from Theophilus Hull. 

88 BRAINARD, HON. LEVERETT, Hartford. 776 

5th in descent from Q.-M. Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 

72 BREWSTER, HON. LYMAN DENISON, Danbury. 613 

8th in descent from William Brewster. 

218 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Joseph Kellogg. 

6th in descent from Captain Martin Kellogg. 

30 BROWN, CHARLES EDWIN, Bridgeport. 571 

9th in descent from John Brown. 

117 BRONSON, JULIUS HOBART, Waterbury. 1970 

7th in descent from John Bronson. 

1 06 BROOKER, CHARLES FREDERICK, Torrington. 1960 
8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
6th in descent from Captain Richard Seymour. 

107 BUEL, JOHN LAIDLAW, M.D., Litchfield. 1961 
7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

7th in descent from William Chittenden. 

37 BULKELEY, HON. MORGAN GARDNER, Hartford. 578 

7th in descent from Rev, Gershom Bulkeley, M.D. 

130 BULL, CHARLES STEDMAN, M.D., New- York City. 1983 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
96 BUNCE, JONATHAN BRACE, Hartford. 907 

7th in descent from Thomas Bunce. 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

7th in descent from Major John Mason. 
140 CAPEN, WALTER NELSON, Noroton. 1993 

6th in descent from Captain John Capen. 

8th in descent from Sergeant Richard Collicott. 

8th in descent from Captain Roger Clap. 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Clap. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

7th in descent from Samuel Bass. 

7th in descent from Captain John Withington. 

6th in descent from Hopestill Humphreys. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Hall. 

7th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

6th in descent from Hon. Peter Coffin. 

219 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

75 CATLIN, ABIJAH, Hartford. 616 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

69 CHAPIN, CHARLES FREDERIC, Waterbury. 610 

7th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 
5th in descent from Elisha Chapin. 

114 CHENEY, COLONEL Louis RICHMOND, Hartford. 1967 

loth in descent from Elder William Brewster. 

67 CHEW, JAMES LAWRENCE. 608 

6th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcot . 
5th in descent from Captain John Prentiss. 
5th in descent from Governor Jonathan Law. 

1 50 CLARK, CHARLES HOPKINS, Hartford. 2003 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Clark. 

53 COIT, HON. ROBERT, New London. 594 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 

58 COLLINS, ATWOOD, Hartford. 599 

9th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

116 CONE, JAMES BREWSTER, Hartford. 1969 

3d in descent from Private Sylvanus Cone. 

45 COOLEY, FRANCIS REXFORD, Hartford. 586 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
8th in descent from Major Aaron Cook. 

24 CROPPER, JOHN, Washington, D. C. 565 

9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
9th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 
9th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 

31 CUTLER, RALPH WILLIAM, Hartford. 572 

7th in descent from James Cutler, 
loth in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
loth in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
9th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
8th in descent from Gregory Stone. 

220 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Thomas Newberry. 

8th in descent from Q.-M. Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 

7th in descent from Daniel Clark. 

7th in descent from Ensign John Holman. 

7th in descent from Captain Nicholas Olmstead. 

16 1 CURTIS, JOHN CALVIN, Bridgeport. 2180 

6th in descent from Joseph Curtis. 

60 DAGGETT, WILLIAM GIBBONS, M.D., New Haven. 60 1 

9th in descent from Thomas Mayhew. 

44 DAVIS, GUSTAVUS PIERREPONT, M.D., Hartford. 585 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Elder John Strong. 
6th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

142 DAY, GEORGE HERBERT, Hartford. 1995 

4th in descent from Col. (later Gen.) Israel Putnam. 

119 DAY, JOHN CALVIN, Hartford. 1972 

8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

71 DEMING, JUDSON KEITH, Dubuque, Iowa. 612 

7th in descent from Hon. John Deming. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Drury. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Kellogg. 
8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant James Judson. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
6th in descent from Captain James Lewis. 
6th in descent from Samuel Washburn. 

43 DENNIS, RODNEY, Hartford. 584 

5th in descent from Thomas Dennis. 
3d in descent from Reverend John Dennis. 
8th in descent from Joseph Fowler. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 
7th in descent from John Stearns. 

221 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Manning. 

7th in descent from Ensign James Kidder. 

7th in descent from Ensign Samuel Hunt. 

6th in descent from Captain William Goodhue. 
27 DOWNES, WILLIAM ELIJAH, New Haven, 568 

7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
7 Durand, William Cecil, Milford. 47 

6th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
109 EATON, GEORGE FRANCIS, New Haven. 1962 

roth in descent from John Clark. 

loth in descent from Governor John Webster. 

7th in descent from Joseph Selden. 

6th in descent from Samuel Selden. 

5th in descent from Ezra Selden. 

6th in descent from Amos Hurd. 

9th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

9th in descent from Ensign John Beebe. 
1 20 ELTON JOHN PRINCE, Waterbury. 1970 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 
131 FARNAM, WILLIAM WHITMAN, New Haven. 1984 

7th in descent from Captain John Thaxter. 
87 FARNSWORTH, FREDERICK, M.D., New London. 775 

5th in descent from Captain Jonas Prescott. 

3 Ford, George Hare, Comissary-General, Ct, New 29 

Haven. 

8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Tibbals. 
7th in descent from Captain John Beard. 

93 FOWLER, FRANKLIN HAMILTON, Milford, 26 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Fowler. 
6th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 

54 FRANKLIN, WILLIAM BUEL, Major-General, U.S.A. 595 

(Retired), Hartford. 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
5th in descent from Samuel Rhodes. 

222 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

14 FRENCH, WILLIAM FREEMAN, M.D., 555 

loth in descent from Governor John Webster. 

9th in descent from Thomas Buckingham. 

9th in descent from Lieutenant William Fowler. 

9th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

8th in descent from Alexander Bryan. 

8th in descent from Major William Whiting. 

8th in descent from John Bronson. 

8th in descent from Hon. John Deming. 

7th in descent from Rev. John Whiting. 

7th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 
74 GAY, FRANK BUTLER, Hartford. 615 

9th in descent from William Thrall. 

32 GOOCH, PROFESSOR FRANK AUSTIN, New Haven. 573 

7th in descent from James Gooch. 
7th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 

48 GOODWIN, REVEREND FRANCIS, Hartford. 588 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Eells. 

6th in descent from Sergeant Miles Morgan. 

6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Eells. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Lemuel Roberts. 

5th in descent from Captain Caleb Williamson. 

4th in descent from Joseph Morgan. 

4th in descent from Captain Lemuel Roberts. 

3d in descent from Captain Joseph Morgan. 
34 GOODWIN, JAMES JUNIUS, Hartford. 575 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Eells. 

6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Eells. 

6th in descent from Sergeant Miles Morgan. 

4th in descent from Joseph Morgan. 

3d in descent from Captain Joseph Morgan. 

5th in descent from Captain Caleb Williamson. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Lemuel Roberts. 

4th in descent from Captain Lemuel Roberts, 
ni GOULD, DAVID HENRY, Southport. 1964 

6th in descent from Captain John Gould. 

223 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

ioo GREENE, COLONEL JACOB LYMAN, Hartford. 955 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Greene. 
5th in descent from Colonel Joseph Frye. 

99 GROSS, CHARLES EDWARD, Hartford. 954 

8th in descent from William Westwood. 
7th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 
7th in descent from Thomas Bunce. 
7th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
7th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
7th in descent from Captain Aaron Cooke, 2nd. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from William Wadsworth. 
3d in descent from John Barnard. 

46 HAMERSLEY, HON. WILLIAM, Hartford. 587 

4th in descent from William Hamersley. 
6th in descent from Colonel Abraham de Peyster. 

129 HAMMOND, ANDREW GOODRICH, Captain, 8th Cavalry, 1982 

U. S. A., Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. 
7th in descent from Captain Nicholas Olmstead. 
6th in descent from Captain Roger Pitkin. 

126 HARRALL, EDWARD WRIGHT, Fairfield. 1979 

6th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

21 HARRISON, HON. LYNDE, New Haven. 562 

6th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

40 HART, REV. PROFESSOR SAMUEL, D.D., Hartford. 581 

6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hart. 
7th in descent from Stephen Hart. 
8th in descent from John Clark. 
8th in descent from Major-General Robert Sedgwick. 
7th in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
7th in descent from Governor John Leverett. 

224 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

133 HAYDEN, EDWARD SIMEON, Waterbury. 1986 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Elijah Hodges. 

ii HEATON, JOHN EDWARD, New Haven. 552 

loth in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
loth in descent from Hon. Richard Treat, 
loth in descent from John Johnson. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
9th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 
9th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
9th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Stearns. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Morris. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
7th in descent from Thomas Browne. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Divoll. 
6th in descent from Major Jonathan Hubbard. 

41 HOOKER, EDWARD WILLIAMS, Hartford. 582 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Willet. 
6th in descent from Coronet Jonathan Gilbert. 
5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Simon Lothrop. 

138 HOLCOMBE, JOHN MARSHALL, Hartford. 1991 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

132 HOTCHKISS, HENRY Lucius, New Haven. 1985 

7th in descent from Major Thomas Savage. 

155 HOYT, EDWARD CORSE, Stamford. 2008 

6th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Hoyt. 

76 HUNGERFORD, CLARENCE CATLIN, Hartford. 617 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

136 HUNTINGTON, FREDERICK JABEZ, Norwich. 1989 

4th in descent from Jabez Huntington. 
3d in descent from Colonel Jedediah Huntington. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 

225 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 

4th in descent from Colonel Samuel Coit. 

4th in descent from Governor Jonathan Trumbull. 

151 HYDE, WILLIAM WALDO, Hartford. 2004 

9th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 

159 INGALLS, PHINEAS HENRY, M.D., Hartford. 2178 

6th in descent from Ralph Sprague. 

137 INGERSOLL, CHARLES ANTHONY, New Haven. 1990 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

29 INGERSOLL, COLIN MACRAE, JR., Jamaica Plain, Boston. 570 
6th in descent from Reverend Jonathan Ingersoll. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Greene. 
9th in descent from Governor Nicholas Easton. 
9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
8th in descent from Captain William Pratt. 
8th in descent from John Coggeshall. 

98 ISHAM, CHARLES, New-York City. 104 

4th in descent from John Isham. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 

84 JARVIS, REVEREND SAMUEL FERMOR, Brooklyn. 625 

6th in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Hart. 

146 JENNINGS, ARTHUR OSBORNE, Southport. 1999 

7th in descent from Major Nathan Gold. 

113 KELLOGG, JOHN PRESCOTT, Waterbury. 1966 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 
7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Poole. 

91 KIMBALL, ARTHUR REED, Waterbury. 779 

7th in descent from Japhet Chapin. 

52 KINGSBURY, HON. FREDERICK JOHN, LL.D., Waterbury. 593 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Kingsbury, ist. 
6th in descent from Joseph Kingsbury, 2d. 
6th in descent from Reverend Mark Leavenworth. 

226 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6 1 LEARNED, MAJOR BELA PECK, Norwich. 602 

7th in descent from Isaac Learned. 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 
6th in descent from Captain Roger Billings. 

68 LEARNED, WALTER, New London. 609 

7th in descent from Isaac Learned. 

13 LEETE, CHARLES SIDNEY, New Haven. 554 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

no LOCKWOOD, LUKE VINCENT, Riverside. 1963 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Lockwood. 

1 1 5 LOVE, REVEREND WILLIAM DE Loss, JR., Hartford. 1968 

9th in descent from John Prescott. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Clark. 
7th in descent from Josiah Whitcomb. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Gurley. 
4th in descent from William Whitcomb. 

103 MAXWELL, FRANCIS TAYLOR, Rockville. 1958 

4th in descent from Captain Hugh Maxwell. 

163 MERWIN, ORANGE, Bridgeport. 2182 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Fowler, Jr. 

70 MERRIMAN, WILLIAM BUCKINGHAM, Waterbury. 611 

6th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Field. 
5th in descent from Reverend Mark Leavenworth, 

162 MITCHELL, CHARLES FOOTE, Waterbury. 2181 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

121 MUNGER, CARL EUGENE, M.D., Waterbury. 1974 

8th in descent from Captain William Seward. 

17 NEWTON, HENRY GLEASON, New Haven. 558 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Newton. 

1 66 OSBORN, PROF. HENRY FAIRFIELD, New York City. 2328 
8th in descent from Major Nathan Gold. 

227 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

36 PARKHURST, LIEUT. CHARLES DYER, 4th Artillery, 577 

U.S.A., Fort Monroe, Va. 
8th in descent from Captain John Greene. 
8th in descent from Governor Henry Bull. 
7th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 
7th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
6th in descent from Joseph Williams. 
6th in descent from John Angell. 

39 PARMELE, GEORGE LUTHER, D.M.D., Hartford. 580 

3d in descent from Samuel Parmele. 

94 PERKINS, HON. J. DEMING, Litchfield. 905 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 
3d in descent from Harry Champion. 

147 PERKINS, NATHANIEL SHAW, New London. 2000 

7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

139 PERRY, HON. JOHN HOYT, Southport. 1992 

7th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 

65 PIERCE, BRADFORD DEWnr, Bridgeport. 606 

loth in descent from Captain Michael Pierce. 

50 PLUMB, HENRY BLACKMAN, Peely, Pa. 591 

8th in descent from Doctor Thomas Starr. 
8th in descent from Thomas Hurlbut. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Church. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Cheeseboro. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Return Strong. 
6th in descent from Captain John Stanton. 
6th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
6th in descent from Captain James Avery, Jr. 
6th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

8 Pond, Nicholas Misplee, Milford. 171 

4th in descent from Charles Pond. 
7th in descent from Captain John Miles. 
7th in descent from Colonel Sir Charles Hobby. 

228 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
5th in descent from Captain Hercules Mooney. 

128 PORTER, GEORGE LORING, M.D., Bridgeport. 1981 

8th in descent from Sergeant John Porter. 

135 PRENTIS, EDWARD, New London. 1988 

^th in descent from Jonathan Prentis. 
4th in descent from Captain John Prentis. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
5th in descent from Christopher Christophers. 
5th in descent from Captain George Richards. 

79 RAYNOLDS, EDWARD VILETTE, New Haven. 620 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Raynolds. 

59 ROBERTS, HENRY, Hartford. 600 

7th in descent from Thomas Taylor, ist. 
6th in descent from Thomas Taylor, 2d. 
6th in descent from Hon. William Pitkin. 

12 ROBERTSON, HON. ABRAHAM HEATON, New Haven. 553 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 

64 ROBINSON, Lucius FRANKLIN, Hartford. 605 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

167 RUSSELL, TALCOTT HUNTINGTON, New Haven. 2329 

7th in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel John Talcott. 

55 SALISBURY, PROF. EDWARD ELBRIDGE, L.L.D., New Haven. 596 
8th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant-Col. Edmund Quincy. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant-Gen. John Walley. 

25 SANFORD, COL. GEORGE BLISS, U.S.A. (retired), Litchfield. 556 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 
6th in descent from Captain John Miles. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Benjamin Fenn. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Newton. 

73 SANFORD, PROF. SAMUEL SIMONS, Bridgeport. 614 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 

229 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

105 SEELEY, WILLIAM ELMER, Bridgeport. 1959 

7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Seeley. 

124 SEYMOUR, GEORGE DUDLEY, New Haven. 1977 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

38 SEYMOUR, HON. MORRIS WOODRUFF, Bridgeport. 579 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

57 SHIPMAN, ARTHUR LEFFINGWELL, Hartford. 598 

9th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

56 SHIPMAN, HON. NATHANIEL, Hartford. 597 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 

90 SKINNER, WILLIAM CONVERSE, Hartford. 778 

7th in descent from Abraham Skinner. 
5th in descent from William Skinner. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Howard. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 
7th in descent from Major William Hathorn. 
7th in descent from Sergeant John Porter. 
6th in descent from Joseph Porter. 
5th in descent from Samuel Porter. 

141 SMITH, ARCHIBALD HENDERSON, Stamford. 1994 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith, Sr. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

20 SMITH, BRADISH JOHNSON, Milford. 561 

9th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

19 SMITH, EDWIN PORTER, New-York City. 560 

9th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

143 SMITH, STEWART WOODRUFF, Stamford. 1996 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith, Sr. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 

1 18 SMITH, HERBERT KNOX, Hartford. 1971 

loth in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 

230 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

49 STEARNS, HENRY PUTNAM, M.D., Hartford. 590 

5th in descent from Captain John Stearns. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam. 
6th in descent from Edward Putnam, 3d. 
8th in descent from Edward Holyoke. 
6th in descent from John Bigelow. 
22 STODDARD, HON. WILLIAM BUDDINGTON, Milford. 563 

9th in descent from William Gibbard. 

122 STURGES, HENRY CADY, Fairfield. 1975 

7th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 

42 TAINTOR, GEORGE EDWIN, Hartford. 583 

5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

4th in descent from Captain David Ellsworth. 
1 54 TAYLOR, JOHN METCALF. 2007 

6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
1 53 THOMPSON, HARRY GRANT, New Haven. 2006 

9th in descent from Reverend Samuel Stone. 

9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Ambrose Gibbons. 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

8th in descent from John Bigelow. 

8th in descent from Henry Sherburn. 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Sherburn. 

5th in descent from Chaplain John Graham, Sr. 

4th in descent from Chaplain John Graham, Jr. 

10 TIBBALS, FREDERICK LEMUEL, Milford. 551 

8th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Tibballs. 

1 68 TINGLEY, WITTER KINNEY, M.D., Norwich. 2330 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
5 Tomlinson, Charles Abraham, Milford. 30 

8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
6th in descent from Captain John Beard. 

4 Trowbridge, Charles Hotchhiss, Milford. 65 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Trowbridge. 

231 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

165 TROWBRIDGE, EDWIN DWIGHT, Noroton. 2327 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Trowbridge. 

127 TROWBRIDGE, EZEKIEL HAYES, New Haven. 1980 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Trowbridge. 

1 02 TROWBRIDGE, THOMAS RUTHERFORD, New Haven. 1957 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Trowbridge. 

92 TRUMBULL, JONATHAN, Norwich. 780 

4th in descent from Governor Jonathan Trumbull. 

134 TURNER, ELISHA, Torrington. 1987 

6th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

97 TURNER, LUTHER GUITEAU, Torrington. 908 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 

87 TYLER, COLONEL AUGUSTUS CLEVELAND, New London. 774 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willet. 
5th in descent from Timothy Edwards. 

47 WALKER, REVEREND GEORGE LEON, D.D., Hartford. 588 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
3d in descent from Phineas Walker. 
5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Eastman. 
4th in descent from Captain John Eastman. 

63 WALKER, REVEREND PROFESSOR, WILLISTON, Hartford. 604 
9th in descent from Captain Richard Walker. 
8th in descent from Nathan Major Gold. 

112 WAKEMAN, ROBERT PEEL, Southport. 1965 

7th in descent from John Wakeman. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Wakeman. 
7th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Stephen Goodyear. 
6th in descent from Richard Blackleach, Jr. 

158 WARD, BROWNLEE ROBERTSON, M.D., Passed Ass t 2177 

Surgeon, U. S. N. 

8th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward, 
loth in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 
loth in descent from Governor John Haynes. 

232 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

ioth in descent from Governor George Wyllys, 
9th in descent from Samuel Wyllys. 
9th in descent from Maj.-Gen. and Gov. John Leverett. 
9th in descent from Thomas Gregson. 
9th in descent Deputy-Governor Stephen Goodyear. 
6th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel John Hubbard. 
5th in descent from Colonel Leverett Hubbard. 
i Ward, Charles Samuel, M.D., Bridgeport. 231 

7th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 
9th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 
9th in descent from Hon. William Hubbard. 
9th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
9th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Samuel Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Thomas Gregson. 
8th in descent from Maj.-Gen. and Gov. John Leverett. 
8th in descent from Hon. Richard Russell. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel John Hubbard. 
4th in descent from Colonel Leverett Hubbard. 

85 WARNER, CHARLES DUDLEY, LL.D., Hartford. 626 

5th in descent from Captain Joseph Warner. 
6th in descent from Ensign John Hitchcock. 

1 8 WARREN, HERBERT CLEVELAND, New Haven. 559 

8th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

145 WAYLAND, FRANCIS, LL.D., New Haven. 1998 

5th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

164 WAYNE, REVEREND HENRY NICOLL, New Britain. 2183 

4th in descent from General Nathaniel Woodhull. 

82 WEBSTER, WILLIAM REUBEN, Bridgeport. 623 

9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

31 WESSELLS, HENRY WALTON, Col., A. D. C., Litchfield. 576 
9th in descent from Elder John Strong, 
8th in descent from Hon. Andrew Ward. 

233 



CONNECTICUT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

85 WHEELER, HON. RALPH, New London. 624 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

89 WHITNEY, ELI, New Haven. 777 

8th in descent from John Brown. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Willet. 

78 WHITNEY, STEPHEN, New Haven. 619 

7th in descent from Captain John Lawrence. 
6th in descent from Major Thomas Lawrence. 

152 WILLIAMS, DAVID WILLARD, Glastonbury. 2005 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

1 56 WILLIAMS, WINSLOW TRACY, Yantic. 2009 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

1 6 WILLIAMS, RIGHT REVEREND JOHN, D.D., LL.D., 557 

Middletown. 

6th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams. 
5th in descent from Colonel Ephraim Williams. 
4th in descent from Surgeon Thomas Williams. 

8 1 WOODWARD, JOSEPH GURLEY, Hartford. 622 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 

80 WOOLSEY, PROFESSOR THEODORE SALISBURY, LL.B., 621 

New Haven. 

6th in descent from Captain George Woolsey. 
9th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Willett. 
8th in descent from John Brown. 
7th in descent from John Hull. 
7th in descent from Captain Johannes Wendell. 
7th in descent from Major Abraham Staats. 
7th in descent from Lieut-General John Walley. 
7th in descent from Governor William Smith. 
5th in descent from Colonel Timothy Dwight. 
7th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 



234 



fln flDemoriam 



6 Nathan Gillett, died July 29, 1894. 

33 PROF. DANIEL CADY EATON, died June 29, 1895. 

66 REV. EDWARD ALFRED SMITH, died Oct. 26, 1895. 
104 JAMES MASON HOPPIN, JR., died Jan. 23, 1897. 

26 FREDERICK PLUMB MILES, died Feb. 19, 1897. 

51 JONATHAN S. CURTIS, M.D., died March 31, 1897. 
108 WILLIAM ALLYN HUNGKRFORD, died April 15, 1897. 

James Mason Hoppin, Jr., born at Salem, Mass., May 
1 8, 1857; died at New Haven. 

He fitted for Yale, leaving that institution before 
graduation for what he deemed the ampler opportunities 
for broader culture at Oxford. He received his high 
degree from that institution 1880. He was a true lover 
of nature; the silver silence of the snow was music to 
him; the fierce driving of the storm gave him rest; the 
companionship of his dog and horse, keen delight. 

He was a welcome guest in every circle where he 
brought naught of discord or strife, contributing only 
the pleasant, gentle things of life. No member of this 
society had a wider circle of friends. He took a deep 
interest in the affairs of the society. To us it seemed 
that he had everything to live for, and yet, by a mys 
terious Providence, he was removed not only from our 
midst but from a family circle which loved him de 
votedly, from friends and acquaintances who must ever 
miss him. 

Frederick Plumb Miles, testified his warm interest in 
the society by early joining it and never missing a 
meeting. His presence, rather than his words, was a 
valued indorsement; we knew him as a quiet man. 

Doctor Jonathan Strong Curtis, in years one of our 
oldest members, a citizen whose worth was recognized 
and appreciated, an able and honored physician whose 
kindly influence was felt with his entrance into the sick 
room and remained as a benefaction long after his de 
parture. 

William Allyn Hungerford, a recent but enthusiastic 
member, ready with his strong and agreeable personality 
to co-operate in whatever tended to advance the interests 
of the society a successful merchant in New York 
City a forceful man in whatever he undertook. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the District of 
Columbia was organized May 20, 1893, w * th a 
membership of twelve. Incorporated November 
17, 1893. 

The first General Court was held December 19, 
1893, the membership list being then increased to 
twenty-five. 

The second General Court and dinner took place 
at the Shoreham Hotel to commemorate the 21 9th 
anniversary of the Great Swamp fight, December 
19, 1894. 

The third General Court was held at the Shore- 
ham Hotel December 19, 1895. The membership 
increased to sixty, with one resignation and one 
death. 

At the General Court held December 19, 1895, 
the membership clause of the Constitution was 
amended, so that the eligibility from those "men 
who rendered conspicuous civil service in a period 
of warfare" might be more clearly defined, by 
naming each civil officer from whom eligibility 
must be claimed. 

At a meeting held Sept. 25, 1896, a seal for the 
Society was adopted. The "Collateral Clause" 
was stricken out of Article II of the Constitution, 
to take effect Nov. 21, 1896. 

The Fourth General Court was held Dec. 19, 
1896, at the Shoreham Hotel. 

The Fifth General Court was held Dec. 20, 1897. 

The Register for the Society was printed Novem 
ber 9, 1897. 



236 



OFFICERS, GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL 
AND STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Elected at the Fifth General Court, held December 

20, 1897, at the Shoreham Hotel, 

Washington, D. C. 

Governor. 
CHARLES F. T. BEALE. 

Deputy-Governor. 
GEORGE COLTON MAYNARD. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
GEN. WALTER WYMAN, U. S. M. H. S. 

Secretary. 
JOSEPH CUYLER HARDIE, 

War Department. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
HENRY G. KEMP. 

Treasurer. 
JOHN WILLIAM HENRY, 

1315 F Street. 

Registrar. 
FRANK BIRGE SMITH, 

1418 F Street, N.W. 

Historian. 
MARCUS BENJAMIN, PH.D. 

Chaplain. 
REV. ARNOLD HARRIS HORD. 

Chancellor. 
WILLIAM PARK METCALF. 

Surgeon. 
IRA WARREN DENNISON, M.D. 

237 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expires December 19, 1900. 

JAMES MILTON FLINT, M. D. U. S. N., 

DR. JAMES GUSHING MERRILL, HENRY DEARBORN SAXTON. 
U.S.A. 

Term Expires December 19, 1899. 

J. ELFRETH WATKINS, 
LELAND O. HOWARD, JOHN DEWHURST PATTEN. 

Term Expires December 19, 1898. 

JAMES BOWEN JOHNSON. 

GEN. WALTER WYMAN, GEN. ABSALOM BAIRD, U.S.A. 

U. S. M. H. S. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on Membership. 

FRANK BIRGE SMITH, 

WILLIAM VAN ZANDT Cox, HARRY WESTON VAN DYKE, 
GEORGE TULLY VAUGHAN, THOMAS BLAGDEN. 

M. D. U. S. M. H. S., 

Committee on Historical Documents. 

GILBERT THOMPSON, 

HENRY P. R. HOLT, GEORGE R. STETSON, 

ROBERT ATWATER SMITH, JOHN E. WATKINS. 

Committee on Installation. 
FREDERIC WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER, 

JOSEPH PRENTICE SANGER, U.S.A., GEN. A. BAIRD, U.S.A., 
JOHN SIDNEY WEBB. JAMES MALCOLM HENRY. 



238 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

63 ANDERSON, JAMES THOMAS, Lieutenant, U.S.A., 1431 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
9th in descent from Gregory Stone. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Pierce. 
8th in descent from John Bent. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Brown. 
7th in descent from Samuel Stone. 
4th in descent from Silas Bent. 

46 BAIRD, ABSALOM, Brevet Major-Gen. (Retired), U.S.A. 672 
3d in descent from Lieutenant John Baird. 

51 BAIRD, WILLIAM, Captain 6th Cavalry, U.S.A. 883 

4th in descent from Lieutenant John Baird. 

31 BATCHELDER, GEORGE AIKEN. 644 
5th in descent from Ebenezer Batchelder. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Gilman. 
4th in descent from Joshua Boynton. 

8 Batchelder, Joseph Frederick. 237 

5th in descent from Ebenezer Batchelder. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Gilman. 
4th in descent from Joshua Boynton, 

7. Batchelder, Richard Napoleon, Brigadier-General 236 

(Retired), U. S. A. 

4th in descent from Ebenezer Batchelder. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Gilman. 
3d in descent from Joshua Boynton. 

32 BEALE, CHARLES FREDERICK TIFFANY, Washington. 64=, 
7th in descent from Francis Wainwright. 

6th in descent from Hendrickse Gerritse Van Wie. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Casparus Conyn. 

239 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

80 BELL, GEORGE, Colonel (Retired), U. S. A. 1839 

3d in descent from Ensign William Duffield. 

83 BELL, WILLIAM DUFFIELD, M.D., New-York City. 1867 

4th in descent from Ensign William Duffield. 

76 BENJAMIN, MARCUS, Editor, U. S. National Museum. 1775 

8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 

8th in descent from Captain Timothy Dwight. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Mitchell. 

5th in descent from Major Ephraim Terry. 
65 BLADGEN, THOMAS, Washington. 1433 

9th in descent from John Porter. 

9th in descent from William Gaylor. 

9th in descent from Thomas Stanley. 

9th in descent from Edward Stebbens. 

8th in descent from John Porter. 

8th in descent from Richard Treat. 

7th in descent from Richard Law. 

7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

6th in descent from William Peabodie. 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Selleck. 

6th in descent from Major Nathan Gold. 

4th in descent from Judge Ebenezer Silliman. 

3th in descent from Colonel Gold Selleck Silliman. 
43 BOYD, ALLEN RICHARDS, Washington. 669 

8th in descent from Captain John Glover. 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Roger Clapp. 

6th in descent from Samuel Clapp. 
71 BROWN, DUDLEY PARRISH, Oklahoma. 1558 

6th in descent from Joseph Herrick. 

5th in descent from Henry Herrick. 

4th in descent from Henry Herrick. 

3d in descent from William Bartlett. 

240 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

86 BRYAN, CHARLES PAGE, Envoy Extraordinary and 2324 
Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States of 
America to Brazil. 
8th in descent from Colonel John Page. 

57 BUCHANAN, ROBERDEAU, Washington. 1206 

4th in descent from George Buchanan. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Smith. 
6th in descent from Hendryck Barentsen Smidt. 
6th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
3d in descent from General Daniel Roberdeau. 
3d in descent from Thomas McKean. 

24 CLARK, ALONZO HOWARD, Editor, Smithsonian Insti- 637 

tution. 

8th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
7th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
7th in descent from Thomas Clarke. 

74 CLARK, SAMUEL WYLLIS, Washington. 1688 
7th in descent from Major Robert Treat. 

9 Cooke, Charles Edward, Topographer, U.S. Geo- 238 

logical Survey, Washington. 
4th in descent from Gideon Brownson. 

36 COWLES, CALVIN DUVALL, Captain, 2}d Infantry, 649 

U.S.A., Fort Clark, Tex. 
8th in descent from John Astwood. 
8th in descent from John Cowles. 
7th in descent from Sergeant William Judd. 
7th in descent from Major Moses Mansfield. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Baker. 
4th in descent from Captain Josiah Cowles. 

75 Cox, WILLIAM VAN ZANDT, Chief Clerk, National 1771 

Museum. 

7th in descent from Richard Borden. 

241 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
7th in descent from Robert Stanton. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gallup. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
6th in descent from Benadam Gallup. 

88 CUSTIS, GEORGE WASHINGTON NEALE, M.D., Wash- 2326 

ington. 
7th in descent from Randall Revell. 

87 CUSTIS, J. B. GREGG, M.D., Washington. 2325 

8th in descent from Randall Revell. 

2 Davenport, Richard Graham, Lieutenant, U.S. N. 77 

6th in descent from Captain George Brent. 

50 DENNISON, IRA WARREN, M.D., Washington. 882 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
7th in descent from Thomas Miner. 
7th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gallup. 

38 FISHER, ROBERT STRETTELL JONES, Washington. 651 

6th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
5th in descent from Robert Strettell. 
3d in descent from Colonel David Jameson. 

79 FLINT, JAMES MILTON, Medical Director, U.S.N., 1793 

Washington. 

7th in descent from William French. 
7th in descent from Richard Swan. 
7th in descent from John Whitney. 
6th in descent from Samuel Ayer. 
6th in descent from John Kittredge. 
4th in descent from Abraham Stickney. 

60 GALE, THOMAS MONROE, Washington. 1228 

6th in descent from Captain Matthew Fuller. 

242 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

73 HALL, WILLIAM CARVEL, Civil Engineer, U. S. Geo- 1687 

logical Survey. 

8th in descent from Captain James Sunderlaine. 
8th in descent from Colonel Henry Ridgely. 
7th in descent from Jasper Yeates. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Rogers Matthews. 
6th in descent from William Cattell. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Hall. 

37 HARDIE, FRANCIS HUNTER, Captain, 3d Cavalry, U.S.A. 650 
7th in descent from Major Dirck Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Captain Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

26 HARDIE, JOSEPH CUYLER, Washington. 639 

8th in descent from Col. OlofT Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
7th in descent from Capt. Johannis Pieterszen Van Burgh. 
7th in descent from Major Dirck Wessels Ten Broeck. 
7th in descent from Major Hendrick Cuyler. 
7th in descent from Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
6th in descent from Capt. Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

6 1 HATCHER, ROBERT STOCKWELL, Secretary of the Uni- 1429 

versal Postal Congress. 
7th in descent from Richard Lee. 

44 HENRY, JAMES MALCOLM, Washington. 670 

6th in descent from Patrick Forrest. 

30 HENRY, JOHN WILLIAM, Washington. 643 

6th in descent from Patrick Forrest. 
4th in descent from David Crawford. 

8 1 HOLT, HENRY PETER RENOUF, Washington. 1840 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

84 HORD, REV. ARNOLD HARRIS, Philadelphia, Penn. 1868 

8th in descent from George Gardiner. 
8th in descent from Thomas Angell. 
8th in descent from Richard Waterman. 
8th in descent from Richard Tew. 

243 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 
8th in descent from Thomas Arnold, ist. 
8th in descent from Thomas Harris, ist. 
7th in descent from Henry Brown, 
yth in descent from Eleazer Arnold. 
7th in descent from Richard Arnold. 
7th in descent from Thomas Harris, 2d. 
6th in descent from Thomas Arnold, 2d. 
6th in descent from Thomas Harris, }d. 
5th in descent from Gideon Harris. 
4th in descent from Francis Triplett. 

42 HORTON, WILLIAM EDWARD, New York City. 668 

8th in descent from Samuel Eddy. 
8th in descent from Robert Allyn. 
7th in descent from Peter Spicer. 
7th in descent from Joseph Clarke. 

52 HOWARD, LELAND OSSIAN, Entomologist, Washington. 1002 
7th in descent from Daniel Weld. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 
6th in descent from Captain John Gardner. 

53 HUBBARD, HON. GARDINER G., Washington. 1107 
7th in descent from William Hubbard. 

7th in descent from Governor George Wyllis. 
6th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
6th in descent from Major-Gen. Sir John Leverett. 
6th in descent from Richard Russell. 
6th in descent from Samuel Wyllis. 

47 HUIDEKOPER, FREDERIC WOLTERS, Washington. 673 

6th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
4th in descent from Evan Evans. 
4th in descent from Edward Shippen. 
3d in descent from Joseph Shippen. 

1 8 JOHNSON, JAMES BOWEN, Secretary, Howard University. 631 
8th in descent from General John Johnson. 
7th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 

244 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Samuel Bass. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Bowen. 

4th in descent from Captain James Gibson. 

23 KEITH, ARTHUR, Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey. 636 
7th in descent from Thomas Richardson. 

62 KEMP, HENRY GREENWAY, Journalist, Washington. 1430 
9th in descent from Robert Beverly. 

85 KIRKMAN, VAN LEER, Nashville, Tenn. 2102 

4th in descent from Captain Isaac Wayne. 

28 KNOX, WILLIAM SALSBURY, Washington. 641 
9th in descent from Anthony Emery. 

9th in descent from Captain Ambrose Gibbons. 

8th in descent from James Emery. 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Sherburne. 

78 LARNED, DANIEL READ, Major (Retired), U.S.A. 1792 

5th in descent from Isaac Learned, Jr. 

21 LONG, OSCAR FITZALAN, Captain, U.S. A. 634 

6th in descent from John Pietersie Mabie. 
6th in descent from Simon Volkertsie Veeder. 

67 MANN, CHARLES ADDISON. 1435 

6th in descent from Richard Man. 

1 1 Mason, Theodorus Bailey Myers, Lieutenant (Re- 247 

tired), U. S. N. 
7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 

29 MAYNARD, GEORGE COLTON, Custodian, Electrical Col- 642 

lections U. S. National Museum. 
7th in descent from Robert Booth. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Chandler. 
6th in descent from George Colton. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Moseley. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Colton. 
3d in descent from Josiah Moseley. 

245 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

33 MERRILL, JAMES GUSHING, Major and Surgeon, U. S. A., 646 

Washington. 
7th in descent from General Sir John Leverett. 

55 METCALF, WILLIAM PARK, Washington. 1145 

8th in descent from Major-General John Humphrey. 
8th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson. 
8th in descent from Major John Mason. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Captain Isaac Williams. 

12 Moseley, Ed-ward Augustus, Washington. 249 
4th in descent from Reverend Samuel Moseley. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thaddeus Clark. 
5th in descent from John Weeks. 
5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Edward Tyng. 
4th in descent from Colonel Jonathan Buck. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant John Brown. 

82 MOSES, ZEBINA, Asst. Supt. Railway Mail Service, 1866 

U. S. P. O. Dept. 
7th in descent from John Moses. 

70 OWEN, FREDERICK DENISON, Washington. 1557 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

77 PATTEN, JOHN DEWHURST, Washington. 1791 

9th in descent from Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
8th in descent from John Talcott. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from William Pitkin. 
7th in descent from Lieut. -Col. John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Welles. 
6th in descent from Judge William Pitkin. 
6th in descent from Governor Joseph Talcott. 

13 Peale, Albert Charles, Geologist, Washington. 250 
6th in descent from Edward Shippen. 

6th in descent from Henry Ridgley. 

246 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from George Stewart. 

5th in descent from John Brewer. 

4th in descent from Captain James Patterson. 

4th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

5 Roe, Fayette Washington, Captain, U.S.A. 157 
4th in descent from John Roe. 

3 Roe, Francis Asbury, Rear Admiral (Retired), U.S.N., 1 18 

Washington. 
3d in descent from John Roe. 

6 ROE, GEORGE. 205 
4th in descent from John Roe. 

54 SANGER, JOSEPH PRENTICE, Major and Inspector Gen- 1144 

eral, U.S.A. 

4th in descent from Richard Sanger. 
6th in descent from Sergeant George Barbour. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 
6th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 
4th"in descent from Ensign Benjamin Butler. 

1 6 SAXTON, HENRY DEARBORN, Clerk, War Department. 629 
6th in descent from John Catlin. 

5th in descent from Joseph Catlin. 
4th in descent from John Catlin. 
3d in descent from Seth Catlin. 

17 SMITH, FRANK BIRGE, Washington. 630 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

8th in descent from Major-General Daniel Gookin. 

8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

8th in descent from John Howland. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Fitch. 

6th in descent from Captain Samuel Gunn. 

34 SMITH, ROBERT ATWATER, Washington. 647 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Turner. 
8th in descent from Matthew Mitchell. 
7th in descent from Captain Nathaniel White. 

247 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Canfield. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Fitch. 

7th in descent from Stephen Goodyear. 
59 STETSON, REVEREND CALEB ROCHFORD, Washington. 1556 

loth in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 

8th in descent from John Alden. 

8th in descent from Captain John Gallop. 

8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Rev. James Noyes. 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
66 STETSON, GEORGE ROCHFORD, Washington. 1434 

7th in descent from Samuel Bass, ist. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

7th in descent from Isaac Chittenden. 

6th in descent from Richard Thayer. 

6th in descent from Alexander Marsh. 

6th in descent from Anthony Collamore. 

5th in descent from Samuel Bass, 2d. 

68 TAYLOR, JOHN YEATMAN, Medical Director, U.S.N. 1550 
5th in descent from Philip Taylor. 
7th in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth. 
7th in descent from George Maris. 

15 THOMPSON, GILBERT, Geographer, U.S. Geological 628 

Survey. 

8th in descent from Samuel Nash. 

8th in descent from Myles Standish. 

8th in descent from John Alden, 

7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

4th in descent from Josiah Keith. 
58 VAN DYKE, HARRY WESTON, Washington. 1207 

8th in descent from Captain John Bissell. 

7th in descent from Captain Daniel Clark. 

7th in descent from John Washburn, Sr. 

7th in descent from Nathaniel Morton. 

6th in descent from John Howland. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Silas Sears. 

248 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

35 VAUGHAN, GEORGE TULLY, Passed Assistant Surgeon, 648 

U. S. M.H.S. 
5th in descent from Colonel James Nevil. 

72 WATKINS, JOHN ELFRETH, Curator, Technological 1559 

Collections, U. S. National Museum, Washington. 
7th in descent from John Woodson. 

48 WEBB, JOHN SIDNEY, Washington. 880 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas White. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Nott. 
6th in descent from Henry Poor. 

45 WEBSTER, JOSEPH RAWSON, Lincoln, Neb. 671 

8th in descent from John Webster. 

41 WELLS, BENJAMIN WARNER, JR., Ensign, U.S.N. 667 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

64 WILHELM, WILLIAM HERMAN, Lieutenant, U.S.A. 1342 

4th in descent from George Weaver. 

20 WYMAN, WALTER, Surgeon-General, U. S. M. H.S., 633 

Washington. 

6th in descent from Richard Cutter. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Nehemiah Wyman. 



249 



Tin flDemoriam. 
* 



14 REV. JAMES OWEN DORSEY, died Feb. 4, 1895. 

49 CHARLES ADDISON MANN, died March 13, 1896. 

40 WILLIAM HOLCOMB WEBSTER, died March 23, 1896. 

59 CHARLES HENRY BAKER, died May 6, 1896. 

25 GEORGE BROWN GOODE, died Sept. 6, 1896. 

22 ADMIRAL R. W. MEADE, died May 4, 1897. 

53 GARDINER G. HUBBARD, died Dec. 11, 1897. 

Charles Addison Mann, Lawyer. Born in Utica, New 
York, May 29, 1835. Died at St. Paul, Minnesota. 

William Holcomb Webster, Chief Examiner U.S. Civil 
Service Commission. Born in Burlington, Connecticut, 
January 24, 1839. Died in Washington City. 

Charles Henry Baker, Chief Engineer, U. S. Navy. 
Born in Salem, Massachusetts, January \6, 1831. Died 
in Washington City. 

George Brown Goode, Assistant Secretary of the 
Smithsonian Institution. Born in New Albany, Indiana, 
February 13, 1851. Died in Washington City. 

Richard Worsam Meade, Rear Admiral (Retired), U.S. 
Navy. Born in New York City, October 9, 1837. Died 
in Washington City. 

Gardiner Greene Hubbard, Lawyer. Born in Boston, 
Massachusetts, August 25, 1822. Died in Washington 
City. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
New Jersey was organized May i, 1894; chartered 
by the General Society of Colonial Wars, May 8, 
1894. First meeting of the Society to receive the 
charter and to elect officers, May 10, 1894. Incor 
porated under the laws of the State of New Jersey, 
July 26, 1894. Meeting on this day at the house 
of His Excellency, General Edward Burd Grubb, 
Edgewater Park, on the Delaware River opposite 
the spot where Washington and Lafayette first 
met. The Second General Court was held at 
Newark, May 10, 1895. Re-incorporated under the 
Act of February 26, 1895. The Third General Court 
was held at the "Beechwood," Summit, May n, 
1896. Fourth General Court at the Somerset Inn, 
Bernardsville, May 10, 1897. 



251 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY. 
Elected at the Fourth General Court, held at Somer 
set Inn, Bernardsville, New Jersey, 
May loth, 1897. 

Governor. 
GENERAL EDWARD BURD GRUBB. 

Deputy- Governor. 
GENERAL WILLIAM SCUDDER STRYKER. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
WILLIAM MORRIS DEEN. 

Secretary. 
GEORGE ELLSWORTH KOUES, 

Elizabeth, N. J., and 120 Broadway, N. Y. 

Treasurer. 
GEORGE SANDFORD WYLIE, 

Morristown, New Jersey. 

Registrar. 
FRANK OBADIAH BRIGGS. 

Historian. 
REV. FRANK LANDON HUMPHREYS, S.T.D. 

Chaplain. 
REV. ASHBEL GREEN VERMILYE, D.D. 

Chancellor. 
GEORGE CUMMINS THOMAS. 



252 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term expiring 1898. 

WILLIAM FELLOWES MORGAN, PIERREPONT EDWARDS, 
THOMAS WILLIAM MILNOR. 

Term expiring 1899. 

CHARLES BURNHAM SOJJIER, BRADFORD DARRACH, 

GEORGE CHRISTIAN KOBBE. 

Term expiring 1900. 

TOWNSEND BURNET BALDWIN, John EYERMAN, 

AUGUSTUS CORNWALL DOWNING. 

{Membership Committee. 

GEORGE CHRISTIAN KOBBE, TOWNSEND BURNET BALDWIN, 
Chairman, GEORGE ELLSWORTH KOUES, 

WILLIAM MORRIS DEEN, CHARLES ARTHUR GREENE. 



NEW JERSEY. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

21 ADAMS, WASHINGTON IRVING LINCOLN, Montclair. 859 

8th in descent from Major William Philips. 

36 AMES, Louis ANNIN, Jersey City. 1746 
loth in descent from John Tilley. 

9th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Stanton. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 
7th in descent from Captain Jacob Melyn. 

33 BALDWIN, MAJOR TOWNSEND BURNET, Edgwater Park. 1743 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Beers. 

39 BARRELL, HARRY FERDINAND, Milburn. 1819 

5th in descent from Captain John Wisner. 

37 BEERS, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Galveston, Tex. 1817 
5th in descent from John Beers. 

29 BREWER, JOHN, Summit. 1 526 

4th in descent from Deliverence Brewer. 

23 BRIGGS, FRANK OBADIAH, Trenton. 86 1 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Bradbury. 
5th in descent from Colonel Stephen Emery. 

4 Chandler, Walter, Elizabeth. 129 

6th in descent from Colonel William Chandler. 
8th in descent from Jasper Crane. 
8th in descent from John Ogden. 
8th in descent from Colonel Richard Lee. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Major-General Daniel Dennison. 

254 



NEW JERSEY. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

49 COGGESHALL, MORTON CHEESEMAN, Summit. 2375 

7th in descent from John Coggeshall. 

6 Cogbill .Howard, Morristown. 192 

8th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

26 COOKE, HUMPHREYS KARL, Morristown. 1523 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Humphreys. 

14 DARRACH, BRADFORD, Elizabeth. 852 

7th in descent from Edward Howell. 
6th in descent from Major John Pell. 
6th in descent from Captain Francis Rombouts. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Hezekiah Howell. 
4th in descent from Captain William Bradford. 

1 1 Deen, William Morris, Short Hills. 378 

9th in descent from Governor William Brenton. 
8th in descent from John Card. 
8th in descent from Joseph Clarke. 
8th in descent from Hon. John Jefferson. 
7th in descent from Hon. Edmund Jennings. 
6th in descent from Major William Harris. 
5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Turpin. 
5th in descent from Colonel Clement Read. 

44 DOWNING, AUGUSTUS CORNWALL, Morristown. 1856 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Thomas. 
7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 

42 EATON, THEODORE HORATIO, Detroit, Mich. 1854 

5th in descent from Hon. John Eaton. 
8th in descent from Thomas Mayhew. 
7th in descent from Jan Stryker. 
7th in descent from Robert Burnett. 
7th in descent from Major John Talcott. 
6th in descent from Ensign Samuel Edsall. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Read. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Herpin, Jr. 
6th in descent from Hon. John Read. 

255 



NEW JERSEY. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8 Edwards, Pierrepont, Elizabeth. 131 

5th in descent from Rev. Timothy Edwards. 

43 EVANS, DUDLEY, Montclair. 1855 

3d in descent from Lieutenant John Evans. 

30 EYERMAN, JOHN, Easton, Pa. 1527 

7th in descent from Abraham Sewitz. 
5th in descent from Colonel Peter Kachlein. 
5th in descent from Michael Butz. 

48 FARNHAM, ELIJAH THOMPSON, Elizabeth. 2090 

8th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel White. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Thompson. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Ailing, Jr. 

34 GREENE, CHARLES ARTHUR, Summit. 1744 

8th in descent from John Coggeshall. 
7th in descent from Joseph Clarke. 
7th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
7th in descent from Joshua Coggeshall. 
7th in descent from John Brown. 

27 GRUBB, CHARLES Ross, Burlington. 1 524 

4th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

2 Grubb, General Edward Burd, Edgewater Park. 451 

5th in descent from John Grubb. 
4th in descent from Colonel James Burd. 

25 HALSEY, CHARLES DAY THOMPSON, Newark. 1 522 

8th in descent from Jasper Crane. 

45 HALSEY, WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, Newark. 2087 

8th in descent from Thomas Halsey. 

41 HILL, WALLACE MORRILL, Newark. 1853 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thaddeus Clark. 

i o Humphreys, 1{ev. Frank Landon, S. T. D. , Morristo wn. 305 
7th in descent from Lieut. Samuel Humphreys. 

256 



NEW JERSEY. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

19 HUMPHREYS, FREDERICK H., M.D., Morristown. 857 

7th in descent from Lieut. Samuel Humphreys. 

28 KITE, Louis STANWOOD, Beverly. 1525 

7th in descent from Hon. William Warner. 

1 6 KOBBE, GEORGE CHRISTIAN, Short Hills. 854 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 

5th in descent from Lieutenent Joseph Rogers. 

5 Koues, George Ellsworth, Elizabeth. 367 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Governor John Winthrop. 
8th in descent from Vice-Director Gen. Johannes de 

La Montagne. 

7th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 
6th in descent from Lieut-Colonel Winthrop Hilton. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Thing. 

47 LIVINGSTON, PHILIP, Morristown. 2089 

5th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 

38 LOVELL, LEANDER NEWTON, Plainfield. 1818 

loth in descent from Richard Warren. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 

7 Macdonald, {Malcolm, Princeton. 677 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

46 MCCLINTOCK, EMORY, Morristown. 2088 

8th in descent from Captain John Wakeman. 

17 MILNOR, THOMAS WILLIAM, Burlington. 855 
7th in descent from Dep. -Governor Thomas Lloyd. 

15 MORGAN, WILLIAM FELLOWES, Short Hills. 853 

6th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 

31 ROCKWOOD, PROF. CHARLES GREENE, JR., Princeton. 1528 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 
7th in descent from Isaac Vermilye. 

257 



NEW JERSEY. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

20 SQUIER, CHARLES BURNHAM, Rahway. 858 

4th in descent from Stephen Crane. 
4th in descent from Captain Ephriam Terrill. 

3 Stryker, William Scudder, Adjutant-General, Trenton. 466 
6th in descent from Captain Jan Strycker. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Scudder. 

13 THOMAS, GEORGE CUMMINS, Elizabeth. 851 

7th in descent from Captain Jacob Leisler. 
8th in descent from Sergeant David Provoost. 
6th in descent from Colonel David Provost. 
5th in descent from Captain David Provost. 

22 TOLER, HENRY PENNINGTON, Short Hills. 860 

8th in descent from John Ogden. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Swaine. 
7th in descent from Jasper Crane. 
7th in descent from Major William Sanford, Sr. 
7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Ward. 

40 TOLER, WILLIAM PENNINGTON, Elizabeth. 1820 

7th in descent from Jasper Crane. 

35 TYLER, COLONEL MASON WHITING, Plainfield. 1745 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. John Mason. 
4th in descent from Lieut-Col. William Whiting. 

32 VERNON, WILLIAM VERNON, Short Hills. 1529 

6th in descent from Governor Richard Ward. 

9 Vermilye, Reverend A sbbel Green, D.D., Englewood. 341 
7th in descent from Isaac Vermilye. 
6th in descent from Johannes Vermilye. 

1 8 WYLIE, GEORGE SANDFORD, Morristown. 856 

5th in descent from Captain John Miles. 



258 



Tin flDemoriam, 



24 ROBERT S. GREEN, died May 7, 1895. 

i William John Potts, died Nov. 18, 1895. 
12 Clifford Stanley Sims, died March 3, 1896. 

An inscrutable Providence having removed from the 
Society of Colonial Wars, in the State of New Jersey, a 
valued member and its late Chancellor, the Hon. Clifford 
Stanley Sims, D.C.L., it is with profound sorrow that 
the following minute is ordered to be placed on the 
records of the Society. 

Judge Sims was a man of various gifts, having been 
at different times a sailor, a soldier, an author, a states 
man, and a jurist. 

He served his country with zeal during the late Civil 
War first in the Navy and then in the U. S. Volunteers 
until taken a prisoner and paroled until the close of the 
war. In this latter branch of the U. S. service he at 
tained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. 

His service in the Legislature, and later as U.S. Consul 
at Ottawa, Canada, as well as his membership in a large 
number of representative bodies, all testify to the dis 
tinguished position that men were glad to accord him. 

He was the President of the New Jersey State Society 
of the Cincinnati. A man so strong and vigorous in 
character, so fearless and outspoken as he was, he yet 
incurred the enmity of few and maintained the respect 
of all. 

The Protestant Episcopal Church, of which he was a 
member, was glad of his voice and advice honored 
him with a position in her great Triennial Councils hon 
ored him the more because on one notable occasion he 
stood almost alone for conscience and right. Recalling 
even now his many noble qualities of mind and heart, 
and failing perhaps to devise the mysterious Providence 
that would take so useful a life in its prime, we are glad 
to be able to bring our warmest tribute of love and honor 
and say " Beati mortui qui in Domine Moriuntur." 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Virginia was organized June 28, 1894, at the Capitol, 
in the City of Richmond, and chartered by the 
General Council November 12, 1894. The first 
General Court was held in the rooms of the Vir 
ginia Historical Society December 29, 1894. 



260 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. 

Elected at a Court held on December 29, 1894. 

Governor. 
JOSEPH BRYAN. 

Deputy- Governor. 
GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS WALKER. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
VIRGINIUS NEWTON. 

Secretary. 
THOMAS ROLLING, JR. 

Box 404, Richmond, Va. 

Treasurer. 
THOMAS BOLLING, JR., pro tern, 

Registrar. 
EDWARD C. MAYO. 

Chancellor. 
JAMES LYONS. 



261 



VIRGINIA. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

1 6 BLAIR, ANDREW BEIRNE. 1723 

7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Jordan. 

9 Boiling, Thomas, Jr. 716 

6th in descent from Colonel John Boiling. 

10 BRYAN, JOSEPH. 1035 
4th in descent from Jonathan Bryan. 

3 Cabell, James Alston. 711 
5th in descent from Captain William Cabell. 

11 CARTER, THOMAS NELSON. 1036 
6th in descent from Colonel John Carter. 

12 DANDRIDGE, NATHANIEL PENDLETON, M.D. 1205 
5th in descent from Maj.-Gen. Alexander Spotswood. 

2 Duke, Richard, Thomas Walker, Jr. 351 

4th in descent from Adjutant Thomas Walker. 

14 FRY, JOHN WALKER. 134* 
5th in descent from Colonel Joshua Fry. 

4 Lyons, James. 712 
8th in descent from Colonel William Claiborne. 

7 Mayo, Edward Carrington. 66 1 
5th in descent from Colonel William Mayo. 

8 Newton, Virginius. 7 r 5 
6th in descent from Colonel Henry Corbin. 

15 PENDLETON, EDMOND. 1343 
4th in collateral descent from Judge Edmond Pendleton. 

262 



VIRGINIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

13 SMITH, FRANCIS LEE. 1238 

8th in descent from Augustine Warner, Sr. 

i Walker, Gustavus Adolphus. 316 

4th in descent from Captain Samuel Meredith. 

6 Walker, John Garland. 7 1 4 

6th in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh. 

5 Walker, William James. 713 

6th in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh. 



263 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
New Hampshire was organized September 27, 1894, 
at Concord, incorporated under the laws of the 
State of New Hampshire, September 28, 1894, and 
chartered by the General Council, November 12, 
1894. 

The first General Court was held December n, 
1894, in the library of the New Hampshire Histor 
ical Society at Concord, and the officers and com 
mittees for the ensuing year elected. 

The second General Court was held September 
12, 1895, in the State Senate chamber in Concord, 
and the officers and committees for the year fol 
lowing were elected. Other business of import 
ance was also transacted. 

The third General Court was held at the Eagle 
Hotel, Concord, June, 17, 1896. 

The fourth General Court was held at the Rock- 
ingham Colonial Hall, Portsmouth, June 15, 1897, 
being the i^2d anniversary of the capture of 
Louisburg. 



264 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Elected at the Fourth General Court, held June 15, 1897, at the 
Rockingham Colonial Hall, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Governor. 
HENRY OAKES KENT, 

Lancaster. 

Deputy-Governor. 
JOHN CALVIN THORNE. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
JAMES FORNEY. 

Secretary. 
CHARLES LATHROP PARSONS. 

Durham. 

Treasurer. 
GRANVILLE PRIEST CONN, 

Concord. 

Registrar. 
EZRA SCOLLAY STEARNS, 

Rindge. 

Chaplain. 
CHARLES LANGDON TAPPAN. 

Chancellor. 
JARED IRVING WILLIAMS. 

265 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

EZRA SCOLLAY STEARNS, EDSON COFFIN EASTMAN, 

WILLIAM DAVIS SAWYER, JOHN SHELDON TREAT, 

HENRY ARTHUR CUTTER. 

Committee on Membership. 

CHARLES LANGDON TAPPAN, JAMES MILNOR COIT, 

GEORGE FREDERIC EVANS, GEORGE OSCAR BALL, 

MORTON FREEMAN PLANT. 



266 



NE W HA MPSHIRE. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

42 BALL, GEORGE OSCAR, Claremont. 2153 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

14 Bangs, Charles McClary, Cambridge, Mass. 728 

4th in descent from Captain John McClary. 

7 Bangs, Frederick Lincoln, Cambridge, Mass. 721 

4th in descent from Captain John McClary. 

1 8 BEATTY, FRANKLIN THOMASON, M.D., Boston, Mass. 2129 
4th in descent from Thomas Beatty. 
7th in descent from Governor Jean Paul Jaquett. 
6th in descent from Captain Andreas Bengsten. 

52 BROWN, ELISHA RHODES, Dover. 2274 

9th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 

49 BUSIEL, HON. CHARLES ALBERT, Laconia. 2160 

6th in descent from Daniel Tilton. 

ii Clapp, Frederick Walter,Boston, Mass. 725 

7th in descent from Thomas Clapp. 
6th in descent from Major Samuel Clapp. 

43 COIT, JAMES MILNOR, Ph. D., Concord. 2154 
6th in descent from John Howland. 

21 CONN, GRANVILLE PRIEST, M.D., Concord. 2132 

3d in descent from John Conn. 

30 CUTTER, HENRY ARTHUR, Nashua. 2141 

7th in descent from Richard Cutter. 
6th in descent from Ephriam Cutter. 
7th in descent from John Prescott. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonas Prescott. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant David Alld. 
5th in descent from Captain Peter Powers. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

55 DEERING, JOHN WENTWORTH, Boston, Mass. 2277 

7th in descent from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 

27 EASTMAN, EDSON CUMMINGS, Concord. 2138 

4th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Eastman. 

22 EASTMAN, HON. SAMUEL COFFIN, Concord. 2133 

4th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Eastman. 

54 EDGERLY, EDWIN LORRAINE, New-York City. 2276 

4th in descent from David Edgerly. 

41 EVANS, GEORGE FREDERIC, Portland, Me. 2152 

8th in descent from Nathaniel Morton. 

3 Frisbie, Franklin Senter, Penacook. 717 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Fryer. 
8th in descent from Major Richard Waldron. 
8th in descent from Captain William Gerrish. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gerrish. 
6th in descent from Colonel Timothy Gerrish. 
7th in descent from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell. 

34 FORNEY, COL. JAMES, U. S. Marine Corps, Portsmouth. 2145 
In right of Emanuel Carpenter. 

35 FOSTER, JOSEPH, Paymaster U.S. Navy, Portsmouth. 2146 
4th in descent from Captain Jeremiah Foster. 

7th in descent from Thomas Boreman. 
7th in descent from William Goodhue. 
7th in descent from George Giddinge (Giddings). 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel Giddings. 
6th in descent from John Spalding. 
6th in descent from John Jackson. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant George Ingersoll. 
5th in descent from Samuel Ingersoll. 
6th in descent from Thomas Riggs. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Ingalls. 
6th in descent from Quartermaster Nathaniel Rust. 
6th in descent from Quartermaster Robert Kinsman. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant William Butler. 

268 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

36 GILCHRIST, HARRY WILBUR, Franklin. 2147 

5th in descent from James Dunlap. 
23 GORDON, CAPT. GEORGE AUGUSTUS, Somerville, Mass. 2134 

5th in descent from Alexander Gordon. 

4th in descent from Thomas Gordon. 

7th in descent from Captain John Carter. 

7th in descent from George Giddinge. 

6th in descent from Richard Bartlett. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Gershom Fleg. 

45 HIGGINS, GEORGE, M.D., Concord. 2156 

7th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel William Pepperill. 

33 HILL, REVEREND HOWARD FREMONT, Concord. 2144 

4th in descent from Abraham Hill. 
5th in descent from Thomas Adams. 

15 HUBBARD, COL. ADOLPHUS SKINNER, San Francisco, Cal. 811 
8th in descent from Edmund Hubbard. 
6th in descent from Caleb Hubbard. 
4th in descent from Peter Hubbard, Sr. 

8 Jackson Henry Stedman, Boston, Mass. 722 

7th in descent from Edward Jackson. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Timothy Jackson. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Spring. 
6th in descent from Ebenezer Stone. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Greenwood. 

32 JAMESON, WINFIELD SCOTT, Port Gamble, Wash. 2143 

4th in descent from Martin Jameson. 
6th in descent from Major William Vaughn. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Wise. 

6 Kent, Colonel Henry Oakes, LL.D., U.S.V., Lancaster. 720 
3d in descent from Colonel Jacob Kent. 
9th in descent from Richard Butler. 
9th in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone. 
8th in descent from Thomas Root. 

269 



NE W HA MPSHIRE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Richard Mann. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 

53 MORSE, PROFESSOR FRED WINSLOW, Durham. 2275 

7th in descent from Captain John Jacob. 
7th in descent from Daniel Gushing. 

29 PARSONS, PROFESSOR CHARLES LATHROP, Durham. 2140 

7th in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Parsons. 
5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Parsons. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Benjamin Parsons, 
loth in descent from Governor John Webster. 
9th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
9th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 
8th in descent from Captain Jonathan Alden. 
9th in descent from Asst.-Governor William Collier. 
7th in descent from Captain John Marsh. 
6th in descent from Colonel Ebenezer Marsh. 

56 PITMAN, CHARLES FRANK, Laconia. 2278 

4th in descent from Andrew Woodbury. 

j PUlbrook, Frederick "Bacon, Jamaica Plains, Mass. 512 

9th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 
9th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 
8th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 
6th in descent from Benjamin Bacon. 
4th in descent from Corporal Samuel Clough. 

1 6 PLAISTED, SHERIDAN, Waterville, Me. 812 

8th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 

39 PLANT, HON. HENRY BRADLEY, New-York City. 2150 
5th in descent from John Plant. 

8th in descent from Hon. Thomas Gregson. 
6th in descent from John Frisbee. 

40 PLANT, MORTON FREEMAN, New-York City. 2151 
6th in descent from John Plant. 

270 



NE W HA M PS HI RE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Hon. Thomas Gregson. 
7th in descent from John Frisbee. 

58 ROLLINS, HON. FRANK WEST, Concord. 2280 

5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Eastman. 

24 SAWYER, WILLIAM DAVIS, Quartermaster-General, 2135 

N. H. N. G., Dover. 
7th in descent from Thomas Sawyer. 
6th in descent from Caleb Sawyer. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Caleb Sawyer. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Hon. Peter Coffin. 
5th in descent from Captain Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
7th in descent from Henry Willard. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Pierce. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
8th in descent from John Prescott. 
8th in descent from Edward Starbuck. 

51 SAWYER, CAPTAIN CHARLES FRANCIS, Dover. 2273 

7th in descent from Thomas Sawyer. 
6th in descent from Caleb Sawyer. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Caleb Sawyer. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Hon. Peter Coffin. 
5th in descent from Captain Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
7th in descent from Henry Willard. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Prince. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Winship. 
8th in descent from John Prescott. 
8th in descent from John Starbuck. 

47 SCALES, JOHN, Dover. 2158 

7th in descent from Captain John Woodman. 
6th in descent from Captain Jacob Green. 
7th in descent from Judge Henry Green. 

271 



NE W HA M PS HI RE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Ensign William Longfellow. 
6th in descent from Captain Henry True, 
^th in descent from Colonel Mark Hunking. 

25 STANIELS, CHARLES EASTMAN, Concord. 2136 
5th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Eastman. 

26 STEARNS, HON. EZRA SCOLLAY, A.M., Rindge. 2137 
8th in descent from Lieutenant John Wyman. 

5th in descent from John Fitch. 

5th in descent from Captain Abraham Knowlton. 

4 Tappan, Reverend Charles Langdon, Concord. 718 

6th in descent from Captain Tristram Heard. 

20 THORNE, JOHN CALVIN, Concord. 2131 

3d in descent from Quartermaster John Thorne. 

48 TILTON, GEORGE HENRY, Laconia. 2159 

6th in descent from Daniel Tilton. 

44 TODD, HON. WILLIAM CLEAVES, Atkinson. 2155 

7th in descent from Governor John Endicott. 
6th in descent from Major William Hawthorne. 

31 TREAT, HON. JOHN SHELDON, Portsmouth. 2142 

6th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Treat. 

46 WALCOTT, NATHANIEL ADAMS, Portsmouth. 2157 

7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Walcott. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Walcott. 

57 WATERMAN, REVEREND Lucius, Laconia. 2279 

8th in descent from Asst.-Gov. Samuel Gorton. 
8th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
7th in descent from Asst.-Gov. James Greene. 
7th in descent from John Wilkinson. 
7th in descent from Asst.-Gov. Thomas Harris. 
6th in descent from Governor Joseph Jenckes. 

272 



NE W HA M PS HIKE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

2 Willey, William Lithgow, S.D., Boston, Mass. 514 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Willey. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Bridge. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant-Col. Arthur Noble. 
5th in descent from Captain William Lithgow. 

50 WILLIAMS, CAPTAIN JARED IRVING, A.B., Lancaster. 2161 
5th in descent from Chaplain Stephen Williams, D.D., 



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Tin flDemoriam. 

* 

19 COLBY, FRANK ARTHUR, M.D., died July 14, 1896. 

Frank Arthur Colby, M.D., Berlin. Born at Lancas 
ter, N. H., November 4, 1852. Married, November 4, 
1880, to Ada Hatch, who with two children Hortense 
(13) and Arthur F. (5) survives him. 

He was fitted at Exeter, studied his profession at Bur 
lington, Vt., graduated M.D. at Dartmouth, 1874; 
traveled in 1874.5 in Europe and Egypt, and became 
associated with several foreign medical societies, notably 
that of St. Thomas Hospital, London, and was a fellow 
of the State societies of Maine, New Hampshire, Oregon 
and California. 

He practised at Cabot, Vt., Bartlett and Lancaster, 
N. H., and located at Berlin in 1883. 

He represented Berlin in the legislature of 1895 was 
a Mason, a Knight Templar, and attained the thirty- 
second degree of the Ancient Scottish Rite; was warden 
of the St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at Berlin. The 
interment was at Lancaster, by North Star Commandery, 
of which he was a valued member. 

Dr. Colby was an active, able and useful man, be 
loved in his family and esteemed by his associates and 
the public. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF VERMONT. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Ver 
mont was chartered Nov. 12, 1894, and incorporated 
under the State Laws Nov. 20, 1894. The first 
General Court was held at Montpelier, Nov. 20, 1894. 

Previous to its Declaration of Independence, Ver 
mont was claimed by New York and New Hamp 
shire under charters issued by the Crown of Eng 
land. Owing to lack of knowledge the grants lap 
ped over each other, and said lands were surveyed, 
claimed and sold by the Royal Governors of New 
Hampshire and New York. The result was conflict 
of ownership among the settlers and demands for 
payment by both the Royal Governors. The set 
tlers often answered these demands by flogging the 
emissaries sent to enforce them, which was called 
"The application of the Beach Seal." The con 
troversies resulted in a declaration of complete inde 
pendence. Vermont, therefore, cannot claim to 
have been a colony with established boundaries, 
and no Great Seal was authorized for her by the 
British Government. For these reasons it has 
seemed proper that the Great Seal of the Society 
should be a combination of those of New York and 
New Hampshire, including the date of the first 
white settlement at Dummerston, 1724, and the 
end of the Colonial period, 1775, also the "Beach 
Seal" of the " Green Mountain Boys" represented 
by the beach withs which bind the ribbon at the 
base. 

The Great Seal of the Vermont Society of Co 
lonial Wars is a ribbon of the order united at the 
base by beach withs, bearing a title scroll, " 1724, 
Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Vermont, 
1775," surrounding a diaper carrying a shield bear 
ing the Colonial Seals of New York and New 
Hampshire joined surmounted of the crown. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF VERMONT. 

Elected at the Fourth General Court, held at the 
Van Ness House, Burlington, February 22d, 1898. 

Governor. 
COLONEL EDWARD CURTIS SMITH, 

St. Albans. 

Deputy-Governor. 
HON. CHARLES DEWEY. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
HON. ELIAS LYMAN. 

Secretary. 
ROBERT NOBLE, 

Burlington. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
MAJOR JACOB GRAY ESTEY, 

Brattleboro. 

Treasurer. 
COL. CHARLES SPOONER FORBES, 

St. Albans. 

Chaplain. 
HON. HENRY WELLS. 

Historian. 
COL. GEORGE GRENVILLE BENEDICT. 

Registrar. 
JAMES CLAY HOUGHTON. 

Chancellor. 
CAPT. HORACE E. DYER. 

Surgeon. 
LEROY MONROE BINGHAM, M.D. 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

CAPT. AUSTIN WELD FULLER, EX-GOVERNOR WILLIAM PAUL 

COL. ROBERT JACKSON KIMBALL, DILLINGHAM, 

HON. EDWARD WELLS, COL. CHARLES A. CONVERSE. 

CHARLES E. MINER. 

Committee on Membership. 

FREDERICK HOWARD WELLS, ESQ,, EX-GOVERNOR URBAN ANDRIAN 
JOHN ERASTUS HUBBARD, ESQ.-, WOODBURY. 

WORTHINGTON SMITH TELFORD, ESQ. 



277 



VERMONT. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7 Benedict, George Grenmlle, Colonel and A. D. C., 734 

Burlington. 
4th in descent from Captain Stephen Dewey. 

27 BINGHAM, LEROY MONROE, Burlington. 2423 

4th in descent from Captain Samuel Bingham. 

35 BOOTH, JOHN HENRY, Vergennes. 2431 

6th in descent from Sergeant John Booth. 

i Chittenden, Edward A lon^p, Colonel and A. D.C., St. 505 

Albans. 

7th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 
3d in descent from Colonel Thomas Chittenden. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
5th in descent from Captain Janna Meigs. 

23 CONVERSE, CHARLES ALLEN, Colonel and A.D.C., Phil- 2419 

adelphia. 

6th in descent from Edward Converse. 
6th in descent from John Prentis. 
5th in descent from Captain Stephen Prentis. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Prentis. 
4th in descent from Samuel Allen. 

17 DEWEY, HON. CHARLES, Montpelier. 2413 

8th in descent from Cornet Thomas Dewey. 
8th in descent from John Talcott. 
7th in descent from Captain Samuel Talcott. 

1 1 Dillingbam, William Paul, Ex-Governor of Vermont, 738 

Waterbury. 
4th in descent from John Dillingham. 

15 Dyer, Horace Edward, Captain, V. N. G., Rutland. 742 
9th in descent from Dep. Mathew Gilbert. 
8th in descent from Captain Robert Chapman. 

278 



VERMONT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from George Roger Williams. 

8th in descent from Thomas Danforth. 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. John Greene. 

20 ESTEY, MAJOR JACOB GRAY, V.N.G., Brattleboro. 2416 

8th in descent from Robert Proctor. 
7th in descent from Thomas Chamberlin. 
6th in descent from Thomas Chamberlin, Jr. 

19 ESTEY, BRIG-GEN. JULIUS JACOB, V.N.G., Brattleboro. 2415 
7th in descent from Robert Proctor. 
6th in descent from Thomas Chamberlin. 
5th in descent from Thomas Chamberlin, Jr. 

34 EVANS, IRA HOBART, Montpelier. 2430 

9th in descent from William Pynchon. 
8th in descent from John Talcott. 

31 FIFIELD, HON. BENJAMIN FRANK, Montpelier. 2427 

4th in descent from Captain Edward Fifield. 

6 Fletcher, Truman Chittenden, Colonel and A. D. C, 733 

St. Johnsbury. 

7th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 
3d in descent from Colonel Thomas Chittenden. 
5th in descent from Captain Janna Meigs. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

12 Forbes, Charles Spooner, Colonel and A. D. C., St. 739 

Albans. 

8th in descent from John Alden. 
7th in descent from David Alden. 
7th in descent from Governor Constant Southworth. 
7th in descent from James Cutler. 
7th in descent from Richard Sares. 
6th in descent from John Hull. 

14 Fuller, Captain ^Austin Weld, U. S. V., St. Albans. 741 
loth in descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 
9th in descent from Major John Freeman. 

279 



VERMONT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

38 GAY, FREDERICK, Burlington. 2434 

7th in descent from General James Cudworth. 

29 HOUGHTON, JAMES CLAY, Montpelier. 2425 

7th in descent from John Houghton. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jacob Houghton. 
3d in descent from Abraham Houghton. 
7th in descent from John Osgood. 
7th in descent from Philip Walker. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

1 8 HUBBARD, JOHN ERASTUS, Montpelier. 2414 

8th in descent from George Hubbard. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Spencer. 
4th in descent from Nathan Blake. 

10 Huse, Hon. Hiram ^Augustus, Montpelier. 737 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 

37 JOCLYN, STEPHEN PERRY, Major i9th Infantry, U.S.A. 2433 
6th in descent from Captain Peter Joclyn. 

9 Kimball, Robert fackson, Col. and A. D. C, Randolph. 736 
4th in descent from Robert Bradish. 

21 LYMAN, HON. ELIAS, Burlington. 2417 

6th in descent from John Lyman. 

26 MINER, CHARLES EDMUND, Burlington. 2422 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Miner. 

4 [Morton, Frederick Nash, Hoboken, N. J. 731 
6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Ellison. 

5 Noble, Robert, Burlington. 732 
5th in descent from Captain Eli Noble. 

13 Norton, John Grant, St. Albans. 740 

9th in descent from John Norton. 
8th in descent from Governor Theophilus Eaton. 
7th in descent from Governor William Jones. 

280 



VERMONT. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

2 Peck, Theodore Safford, Major-General and Adjutant 729 

and Inspector General, V. N. G., Burlington. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Peck. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Peck. 
6th in descent from Elias Keyes. 

33 RICHARDSON, ALBERT EMORE, Burlington. 2429 

7th in descent from Ezekiel Richardson. 
39 RICHARDSON, FREDERICK ALBERT, Burlington. 2446 

7th in descent from Ezekiel Richardson. 

32 ROBINSON, DANIEL WEBSTER, Burlington. 2428 

5th in descent from William Hack. 

1 6 SMITH, EDWARD CURTIS, Colonel and A. D. C., V.N.C. 2412 
6th in descent from Hezekiah Brainerd. 

22 TELFORD, WORTHINGTON SMITH, Duluth, Minn. 2418 

7th in descent from Samuel Smith. 

*30 WATTERMAN, HON. HEMAN ALLEN, Johnson. 2426 

5th in descent from Ensign Thomas Waterman. 

3 Webb, William Seward, Colonel and I. R. P., V. N. G. 730 
7th in descent from Sergeant John Nott. 

28 WELLS, EDWARD, Burlington. 2424 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel White. 

24 WELLS, FREDERICK HOWARD, Burlington. 2420 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel White. 

25 WELLS, HON. HENRY, Burlington. 2421 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel White. 

36 WORTHINGTON, GEORGE, Bennington Center. 2432 

4th in descent from Captain Elijah Worthington. 

8 Woodbury, Urban Andrain, Ex-Governor of Ver- 735 

mont, Burlington. 

5th in descent from Peter Woodbury. 
4th in descent from James Woodbury. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

* Deceased. 

28l 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illi 
nois was chartered by the State of Illinois on October 
i}, 1894, an d by the General Society on November 
12, 1894. 

On December 7, 1894, a meeting was called by 
the incorporators, to be held at the Grand Pacific 
Hotel, Chicago, at which time a constitution and 
by-laws were adopted and officers chosen. 

The first annual banquet was held at the Union 
League Club on the evening of December 19, 1894, 
the 2 1 9th anniversary of the Great Swamp fight. 

Eligibility for election to membership in this So 
ciety is the same as that of the General Society, 
except legislative service unaccompanied by mili 
tary record is not recognized. 

The General Court is the only business meeting 
of the Society held during the year. 



282 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. 

Governor. 
EDWARD MCKINSTRY TEALL. 

1 60 La Salle Street. 

Deputy-Governor. 
FRANK EUGENE SPOONER. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
CHARLES RIDGELY. 

Secretary. 
WYLLYS KING SMITH. 

41 1 Rialto Building. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
LANDON CABELL ROSE. 

1 08 Dearborn Street. 

Treasurer. 
CHARLES THOMSON ATKINSON. 

195 Monroe Street. 

Registrar. 
OLIVER PARTRIDGE DICKINSON. 

10 N. Jefferson Street. 

Historian. 
EBENEZER LANE. 

Chancellor. 
JUDGE FRANK BAKER. 

Chaplain. 
REV. DR. FRANK WAKELY GUNSAULUS. 

Surgeon. 
DR. JAMES NEVINS HYDE. 

283 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

JOHN SMITH SARGENT, MARVIN ANDRUS FARR, 

EDWARD PAYSON BAILEY, EDWARD McKiNSTRY TEALL, 

FRANK EUGENE SPOONER, CHARLES RIDGELY, 

CHARLES THOMSON ATKINSON, OLIVER PARTRIDGE DICKINSON, 

EBENEZER LANE, WYLLYS KING SMITH. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on Membership. 
GEORGE BUTTERS, EBENEZER LANE, 

PROF. VICTOR CLIFTON ALDERSON. 

Committee on Entertainment. 

GEORGE SAMUEL MARSH, GEORGE MULHOLLAN LYON, 

EDWIN ERASER GILLETTE. 



284 



ILLINOIS. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

10 e^&zws, Edward [Milton, Chicago. 828 

6th in descent from Edward Adams. 
7th in descent from Robert Coates. 
6th in descent from Joshua Holmes. 
5th in descent from Captain Robert Taft. 
5th in descent from Major Daniel Lovett. 
4th in descent from Samuel Rhodes. 

6 1 ALDERSON, PROFESSOR VICTOR CLIFTON, Chicago. 1056 

8th in descent from Edward Bangs. 
8th in descent from John Jordan. 
8th in descent from Richard Sparrow. 
7th in descent from Gabriel Fallowell. 
7th in descent from Love Brewster. 
7th in descent from George Willard. 

42 ATKINSON, CHARLES THOMSON, Chicago. 1001 

8th in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 
8th in descent from Edward Griswold. 
8th in descent from Edward Howell. 
8th in descent from Daniel Clark. 
7th in descent from Moses Cook. 
7th in descent from John Judd. 

88 BAILEY, EDWARD PA YSON, Chicago. 1655 

5th in descent from Joshua Bayley. 
4th in descent from Colonel Jacob Bayley. 
8th in descent from William Phelps. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Stickney. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Rudd. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Ladd. 

25 BAKER, JUDGE FRANK, Chicago. 897 

6th in descent from Ensign Thomas Baker. 

285 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from John Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Sergeant John Baldwin. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Topping. 
6th in descent from Ensign William Monroe. 
5th in descent from Captain Timothy Wheeler. 

64 BARDWELL, HARRY JENKINS, Cleveland, O. 1059 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Ebenezer Bardwell, Jr. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Perez Bardwell. 
loth in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
9th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
9th in descent from Thomas Lathrop. 
9th in descent from John Bronson. 
9th in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson. 
9th in descent from Major John Mason. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
9th in descent from Captain Christopher Stanley. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
9th in descent from William Westwood. 
9th in descent from William Hopkins. 
9th in descent from Major Aaron Cook. 
8th in descent from Captain Aaron Cook. 
8th in descent from Henry Burt. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Thomas Danforth. 
8th in descent from Sergeant John Dickinson. 
8th in descent from Zachariah Field. 
8th in descent from Quartermaster Nathaniel Foote. 
8th in descent from Sergeant John Hawks. 
8th in descent from Captain Joseph Lathrop. 
8th in descent from Captain William Lewis. 
8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Waterman. 
8th in descent from Robert Williams. 
8th in descent from Ensign John Wyatt. 
8th in descent from Rev. James Fitch. 
8th in descent from Major James Fitch. 
7th in descent from Captain Stephen Williams. 

286 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Corporal Solomon Phips. 

7th in descent from John Field. 

7th in descent from Captain Joseph Field. 

7th in descent from Dr. Thomas Hastings. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Keeler. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Robert Bardwell. 

7th in descent from Daniel Belden. 

7th in descent from George Abbott. 

7th in descent from Captain John Fitch. 

7th in descent from Samuel Gillett. 

6th in descent from Captain John Fitch, Jr. 

6th in descent from Samuel Gillett, Jr. 

6th in descent from Benjamin Burt. 

6th in descent from John Marsh. 

75 BECKWITH, WARREN LIPPITT, Chicago. 1213 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. James Barker. 
8th in descent from Thomas Green, Sr. 
8th in descent from John Wickes. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. John Green. 
6th in descent from Major Anthony Low. 

97 BENNETT, ASAHEL FRANK, Chicago. 1737 

7th in descent from Thomas Rice. 
6th in descent from Josiah White. 
5th in descent from John Prescott, }d. 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Sawyer. 
4th in descent from Phineas Sawyer. 
3d in descent from Moses Smith, Sr. 

14 Tloutell, Henry Sherman, M. C, Chicago. 749 

7th in descent from John Boutell. 
8th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
8th in descent from Captain Timothy Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Prescott. 
7th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 
7th in descent from Edward Winship. 

287 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

122 BROCKLEBANK, JOHN C. FREMONT, Chicago. 2336 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Brocklebank. 

76 BURT, COLONEL ANDREW SHERIDAN, U. S. A., Fort Mis- 1499 

soula, Mont. 
6th in descent from Henry Burt. 

46 BUTTERS, GEORGE, Oak Park. 1041 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Nash. 
8th in descent from Major Richard Waldron. 
8th in descent from Richard Cutt. 
7th in descent from Samuel Harlow. 
7th in descent from John Gerrish. 
6th in descent from George Bramhall. 

53 CASE, EDWARD BEECHER, Chicago. 1048 

9th in descent from Jonathan Brewster. 
8th in descent from John Alden. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas White. 
8th in descent from William Westwood. 
7th in descent from Noah Coleman. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Westwood Cook. 

83 CASTLE, ALFRED HENRY, Chicago. 1605 

7th in descent from Major William Hathorne. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John White. 
6th in descent from John Winchester. 
5th in descent from Captain John Winchester. 
4th in descent from Major-Gen. Israel Putnam. 

1 1 Cromwell, Charles, Chicago. 746 

6th in descent from William Cromwell. 

66 DAGGETT, DANIEL CHARLES, Moline 1061 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Elihu Daggett. 

30 DANA, CHARLES DURKEE, Chicago. 902 

7th in descent from Major William Hathorne. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John White. 
6th in descent from John Winchester. 

288 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
5th in descent from Captain John Winchester. 
4th in descent from Major-General Israel Putnam. 

117 DICKINSON, FREDERICK, Chicago. 2235 

7th in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson. 
7th in descent from Thomas Bunce. 
6th in descent from Thomas Meekins. 

96 DICKINSON, OLIVER PARTRIDGE, Chicago. 1736 

6th in descent from Joseph Dickinson. 
6th in descent from Roger Orvis. 
6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Partridge. 
4th in descent from Colonel Oliver Partridge. 
4th in descent from Captain Joel White. 
4th in descent from Captain Matthew Loomis. 

23 EATON, ALFRED BEERS, Chicago. 895 

4th in descent from Amos Hurd. 

82 FARR, MARVIN ANDRUS, Chicago. 1649 

6th in descent from Stephen Farr. 
9th in descent from Gregory Stone. 
8th in descent from Surveyor-Gen. John Johnson. 
8th in descent from Simon Stone. 
8th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from Hugh Rowe. 
7th in descent from George Robinson. 
7th in descent from John Guild. 
7th in descent from John Tower. 
7th in descent from Mathias Farnsworth. 
7th in descent from John Whitney. 
7th in descent from Simon Stone. 
6th in descent from Simon Stone. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Randall. 
6th in descent from John Shattuck. 
6th in descent from Captain John Everett. 
5th in descent from Benjamin Day. 

289 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

31 FESSENDEN, CHARLES NEWTON, Chicago. 903 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Woodman. 
7th in descent from John Ward. 
6th in descent from John Wyeth. 
6th in descent from Solomon Prentice. 
6th in descent from Captain Edward Goddard. 
4th in descent from Philip Goodridge. 

68 FISHER, ALBERT JUDSON, Chicago. 1063 

8th in descent from Jacob Farrar. 
8th in descent from John Stedman. 
8th in descent from John Leonard. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cooper. 
7th in descent from George Bennit. 
7th in descent from John Dumbleton, Jr. 

45 FISHER, FRANCIS PORTER, Chicago. 1040 

8th in descent from William Phelps. 
6th in descent from William Pitkin. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Whiting. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant George Macey. 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Pitkin. 
4th in descent from Captain Moses Porter. 

84 FISKE, GEORGE FOSTER, M.D., Chicago. 1651 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Roberts. 
8th in descent from Robert Hinsdale. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 
7th in descent from Samuel Hinsdale. 
5th in descent from Joseph Severance. 
4th in descent from Captain Martin Severance. 

56 FLINT, WYMAN KNEELAND, Milwaukee, Wis. 1051 

7th in descent from Thomas Flint. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Flint. 
9th in descent from Captain Mathew Fuller. 
8th in descent from Captain John Clark. 
8th in descent from Lyon Gardiner. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Edward Hinman. 

290 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Edward Kneeland. 

7th in descent from Edward Oakes. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Curtis. 

5th in descent from Sergeant Charles Williams. 

44 FLOWER, JAMES MONROE, Chicago. 1039 

7th in descent from Captain Ephraim Hunt. 

13 FOSTER, VOLNEY WILLIAM, Chicago. 2231 

4th in descent from Corporal William Torrey. 

105 FULLER, HENRY CLAY, Chicago. 1859 

8th in descent from Robert Bodfish. 
8th in descent from William Crocker. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Howland. 
7th in descent from Edmond Goodenow. 
6th in descent from James Patterson. 
5th in descent from Isaac Cushman. 

77 GILBERT, JAMES HARRIS, Chicago. 1500 

7th in descent from Jonathan Gilbert. 
8th in descent from John Butler. 
8th in descent from Hezekiah Usher. 
8th in descent from Thomas Stow. 
6th in descent from Captain Peter Butler. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Gilbert. 

90 GILLETTE, EDWIN FRASER, Chicago. 1657 

8th in descent from Captain John Capen. 
8th in descent from Captain John Appleton. 
7th in descent from Stephen Mighill. 
7th in descent from Captain John Peabody. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Jacob Perley. 

72 GODDARD, LESTER ORESTES, Chicago. 1210 

8th in descent from William Spencer. 
8th in descent from Francis Cooke. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Humphrey. 
6th in descent from Ensign Jacob Mitchell. 

291 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

4th in descent from Captain Joseph Warner. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jonathan Phinney. 

89 GRAVES, ALBERT MATTOON, Chicago. 1656 

6th in descent from Isaac Graves. 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Andrew Newcomb. 
6th in descent from Richard Goodman. 
5th in descent from Philip Mattoon. 

loo GRIDLEY, NELSON COWLES, Chicago. 1760 

6th in descent from Thomas Gridley. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Wells. 

1 3 Gross, Samuel Eberly, Chicago. 748 

8th in descent from Matthew Blanshan. 
8th in descent from Sergt. Cornelius Barentsen Sleght. 
7th in descent from Gerrit Fokar. 
7th in descent from Louis DuBois. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Solomon DuBois. 
6th in descent from Abraham DuBois. 

80 GUNSAULUS, REV. FRANK WAKELY, D.D., Chicago. 1647 
8th in descent from William Phelps. 
7th in descent from Captain Timothy Phelps. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Return Strong. 
5th in descent from Stephen Hawley. 

24 HALL, LEMUEL RUGGLES, Chicago. 896 

6th in descent from John Hall. 
8th in descent from Joshua Pratt. 
8th in descent from James Cudworth. 
7th in descent from Daniel Wing. 
6th in descent from Austin Bearse. 
5th in descent from Captain Jonathan Prescott. 

6 Hammond, Lyman ^Dresser, Chicago. 743 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Ebenezer Hammond. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Morris. 

292 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from James Hadlock. 

5th in descent from Ebenezer Stone. 

3d in descent from Captain Richard Dresser. 

28 HARDY, CYRUS AUSTIN, Chicago. 900 

8th in descent from Robert Long. 
7th in descent from Captain John Carter. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant James Converse. 
6th in descent from Major James Converse. 

79 HILL, JOHN WHIPPLE, Chicago. 1502 

8th in descent from William Bullard. 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from John Tower. 
7th in descent from George Barstow. 
7th in descent from Eleazer Metcalf. 
7th in descent from Edward Hall. 
7th in descent from John Read, Sr. 
6th in descent from Simon Slocomb, Sr. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abel. 
6th in descent from John Read, Jr. 
5th in descent from Jeremiah Whipple. 
5th in descent from Captain Simon Slocumb. 
4th in descent from Ebenezer Walker. 
4th in descent from Ensign John Hall. 

112 HYDE, JAMES NEVINS, M.D., Chicago. 2028 

6th in descent from Lieut.-Col. Simon Lathrop. 

102 IVES, MARVIN ALLEN, Chicago. 1833 

5th in descent from Gideon Ives. 
9th in descent from Rev. Samuel Stone. 
8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Harris. 
8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Merriman. 
8th in descent from John Moss. 
7th in descent from Samuel Hall. 

32 JOHNSON, REVEREND JAMES GIBSON, D.D., Chicago. 904 

8th in descent from William Lumpkin. 
8th in descent from Rev. John Mayo. 

293 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Samuel Mayo. 
7th in descent from Peter Worden. 
7th in descent from John Alden. 
4th in descent from Col. James Gibson. 

1 8 JORDAN, SCOTT, Chicago. 849 

9th in descent from John Doane. 
8th in descent from Daniel Hudson. 
7th in descent from Sargeant Nicholas Cady. 
7th in descent from Enoch Lawrence. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Moffett. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant James McDowell. 

63 KITTREDGE, REV. ABBOTT ELIOT, D.D. , New York City. 1058 
6th in descent from John Kittredge. 
8th in descent from William Collier. 
8th in descent from Rev. John Mayo. 
8th in descent from William Lumpkin. 
6th in descent from Corporal John French. 
6th in descent from Giles Hopkins. 

71 LANE, EBENEZER, Chicago. 1209 

8th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 
7th in descent from Ensign Thomas Leffingwell. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Griswold. 
7th in descent from Captain Daniel Clarke. 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Bushnell. 
7th in descent from Balthaser DeWolf. 
6th in descent from Captain Simon Wolcott. 
6th in descent from Ensign Thomas Lee. 
5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 
4th in descent from Governor Matthew Griswold. 
4th in descent from Colonel Zabdial Rogers. 

65 LATHROP, JOSEPH, Chicago. 1060 

7th in descent from Samuel Lathrop. 

294 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

41 LINCOLN, JOHN LARKIN, JR., Chicago. 1000 

8th in descent from Captain Michael Pierce. 

15 Lombard, fosiah Lewis, Chicago. 750 

9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 
8th in descent from Nicholas Snow. 
7th in descent from Thomas Paine. 
7th in descent from Samuel Mayo. 
7th in descent from Constance Southworth. 
6th in descent from James Lewis. 

1 06 LYON, GEORGE MULHOLLAN, Chicago. 1860 

3d in descent from William Lyon. 

99 MACVEAGH, EAMES, Chicago. 1759 

9th in descent from John Bent. 
9th in descent from Thomas Bunce. 
8th in descent from John Graves. 
8th in descent from Dr. Thomas Starr. 
8th in descent from Thomas Fames. 
7th in descent from Colonel Joseph Buckminster. 

39 MARSH, GEORGE SAMUEL, Chicago. 998 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Damon. 
8th in descent from Richard Smith, Sr. 
7th in descent from Richard Smith, Jr. 
6th in descent from Hezekiah Elmer. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Miller. 
5th in descent from Samuel Stearns, Jr. 

51 MEACHAM, DR. FRANKLIN ADAMS, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1046 
6th in descent from Joshua Holmes. 
6th in descent from Aaron Cleveland. 
6th in descent from Captain Seth Chapin. 
6th in descent from Captain James Lovett. 
5th in descent from Captain Robert Taft. 
5th in descent from Major Daniel Lovett. 

58 MERRICK, FREDERICK LAFORREST, Chicago. 1053 

7th in descent from William Merrick. 
8th in descent from Nicholas Snow. 

295 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO 

7th in descent from Daniel Cole, 
yth in descent from Giles Hopkins. 
7th in descent from Thomas Paine. 
7th in descent from Major John Freeman. 

62 MESSINGER, WILLIAM DORRANCE, Chicago. 1055 

8th in descent from George Woodward. 
7th in descent from Samuel Rice. 
7th in descent from Samuel Stone. 
7th in descent from Deacon John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Francis Whitmore. 
6th in descent from Thomas Blodgett. 

107 MILL, CHARLES DAVID, Kansas City, Mo. 1861 

7th in descent from Francis Wyman. 

20 MILLER, CHARLES KINGSBURY, Chicago. 892 

6th in descent from Christopher Almy. 

i Morris, Seymour, Chicago. 823 

7th in descent from John Woods. 
7th in descent from Christopher Peake. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Hickox. 
6th in descent from Joshua Sawyer. 
6th in descent from Benjamin Graves. 
6th in descent from Captain Stephen Hollister. 

8 1 MOORE, GEORGE HENRY, Chicago. 1648 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Brooks. 
7th in descent from Captain Timothy Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Captain John Prescott. 
6th in descent from Ensign Humphrey Barrett. 
6th in descent from Captain James Minott. 
6th in descent from Jonathan Prescott. 

95 MOORE, WILLIAM JOHN, Chicago. 1735 

5th in descent from Alexander Wells. 

115 MOULTON, GEORGE MAYHEW, Chicago. 2233 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Moulton. 
5th in descent from Jacob Moulton. 

296 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

4th in descent from General Jonathan Moulton. 
9th in descent from Nathaniel Boulter. 
8th in descent from Captain Benjamin Swett. 
8th in descent from Samuel Dalton. 

38 NEWCOMB, GEORGE WHITFIELD, Chicago. 997 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Andrew Newcomb. 
7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
6th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
5th in descent from John Cunnabell. 

48 OSBORN, HENRY AUSTIN, Chicago. 1043 

7th in descent from Richard Osborn. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
7th in descent from Hon. James Bishop. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel Foote. 
6th in descent from Daniel Belden. 
6th in descent from Samuel Keeler. 

78 OTIS, JOSEPH EDWARD, JR., Chicago. 1501 

9th in descent from William Thomas. 
8th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Miner. 
8th in descent from Philip Sherman. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Francis Willoughby. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel Thomas. 



98 OTIS, PHILO ADAMS, Chicago. 
7th in descent from John Otis. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Thomas. 
7th in descent from Simon Lynde. 
7th in descent from Joshua Raymond. 
7th in descent from Matthew Griswold. 
7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 

12 Pell, Rodman Corse, Florissant, Colo. 747 

7th in descent from Major John Pell. 
8th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 
7th in descent from Zoeth Howland. 

297 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Colonel Thomas Willett. 

6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Robinson. 

116 PETTIBONE, ASA G., Chicago. 2234 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
8th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 
7th in descent from John Ruggles. 
7th in descent from John Griffin. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Humphrey. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Humphrey. 

1 10 PFOUTZ, DR. GILBERT BENJAMIN, Salt Lake City, Utah. 2026 
9th in descent from John Howland. 

17 PIERCE, FREDERICK CLIFTON, Chicago. 848 

8th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
8th in descent from John Whitney. 
7th in descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Fuller. 
7th in descent from Edward Rice. 
6th in descent from John Green. 

57 POOLE, CHARLES CLARENCE, Chicago. 1052 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Poole. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
7th in descent from John Moore, Sr. 
6th in descent from James Cutler. 
4th in descent from Rev. Thomas Balch. 

85 POWERS, HEMAN ROGERS, St. Charles, 111. 1652 

7th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 

33 PRESTON, DEMING HAVEN, Chicago. 992 

8th in descent from Sergeant John Griffin. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Thomas Gridley. 
7th in descent from Captain William Lewis. 

208 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Humphrey. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Hart. 

104 QUINCY, CHARLES FREDERICK, Chicago. 1858 

7th in descent from Lieut.-Col. Edmund Quincy. 

2 *f(eade Philip, Captain, U. S. A., Fort Snelling, Minn. 522 
7th in descent from Samuel Hunt. 
7th in descent from Henry Kimball. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Hale. 
7th in descent from Robert Parish. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Josiah Richardson. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hale. 

119 REQUA, CHARLES HOWARD, Chicago. 2353 

7th in descent from Hendrikjochemsen Schoonmaker. 

70 RIDGELY, CHARLES, Springfield. 1065 

7th in descent from Job Lane. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Avery. 
6th in descent from Judge Samuel Lothrop. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Thurston. 
4th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Lothrop. 
4th in descent from Captain Jonathan Rudd. 

74 ROSE, HIRAM HOLBROOK, Chicago. -1212 

7th in descent from Thomas Holbrook. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Henry. 
5th in descent from Captain Samuel Meredith. 
4th in descent from Samuel Jordan. 

91 ROSE, LANDON CABELL, Chicago. 1658 

7th in descent from Thomas Holbrook. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Henry. 
5th in descent from Samuel Meredith. 
4th in descent from Samuel Jordan. 

5 Sargent, John Smith, Chicago. 827 

6th in descent from Christopher Wheaton. 

299 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Jonathan Wade. 

5th in descent from Simon Gates. 

5th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Jones. 

5th in descent from Jonathan Sprague. 

4th in descent from Daniel Denny. 

109 SEDGWICK, EDWIN HENRY, Chicago. 1863 

8th in descent from General Robert Sedgwick. 
7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

92 SLOSSON, FRANK, Kenosha, Wis. 1659 
7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

93 SMITH, WYLLYS KING, Chicago. 1660 
8th in descent from John Bigelow. 

8th in descent from Sergeant John Sheppard. 
8th in descent from Thomas Coleman. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
7th in descent from Ebenezer Dibble. 
7th in descent from John Cooper. 

49 SPOONER, FRANK EUGENE, Chicago. 1044 

6th in descent from William Spooner. 
7th in descent from Joshua Pratt. 
7th in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin. 
6th in descent from Daniel Wing. 
6th in descent from John Thurston. 
6th in descent from John Ruggles. 

86 SPOOR, JOHN ALDEN, Chicago. 1653 

7th in descent from John Alden. 
7th in descent from Moses Simmons. 

8 1 STRONG, WILLIAM WOLCOTT, Kenosha, Wis. 893 

4th in descent from John Strong. 
7th in descent from Hon. Daniel Clark. 
7th in descent from Thomas Burnham. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 
5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 
5th in descent from Ephraim Terry. 

300 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

52 CHATFIELD-TAYLOR, HOBERT CHATFIELD, Chicago. 1047 

9th in descent from William Parks. 
8th in descent from Richard Goodman. 
8th in descent from Jonathan Hyde. 
7th in descent from John Stratton. 
7th in descent from William Eager. 
7th in descent from Titus Hinman. 

7 Teall, Edward ZMcKinstry, Chicago. 744 

3d in descent from Surgeon Oliver Teall. 
8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
7th in descent from Captain Richard Lord. 
7th in descent from Deacon Francis Chickering. 
7th in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
7th in descent from Henry Smith. 
6th in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, D.D., M.D. 
6th in descent from Arthur Perry. 
6th in descent from Stephen Paine. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 
3d in descent from Brinton Paine. 

1 1 8 TENNEY, HORACE KENT, Chicago. 2332 

7th in descent from Ensign Thomas Tenney. 

37 TOBEY, FRANK BASSETT, Chicago. 996 

6th in descent from James Skiff. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Smith. 
6th in descent from Richard Bourne. 
6th in descent from William Bassett. 
5th in descent from William Bassett. 
3d in descent from Elisha Bassett. 

4 Tucker, William Ruggles, Chicago. 830 

5th in descent from Captain Moses Tucker. 
9th in descent from William Pabodie. 
9th in descent from John Rogers. 
9th in descent from Andrew Hallett. 
9th in descent from John Gilbert. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant David Farnsworth. 

301 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

36 TURNER, COLONEL HENRY LATHROP, Chicago. 995 

8th in descent from John Lathrop. 
7th in descent from Thomas Lathrop. 
6th in descent from Joseph Lathrop. 
7th in descent from Jonathan Gilbert. 
7th in descent from Anthony Annabell. 
7th in descent from Thomas Allyn. 

29 UPHAM, FREDERIC WILLIAM, Chicago. 901 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 

94 VAIL, HENRY SHERMAN, Chicago. 1661 

7th in descent from Captain John Sherman. 

67 VANDERCOOK, JOHN DEMMON, Chicago. 1062 

8th in descent from Samuel Eddy. 
7th in descent from Daniel Warren. 
7th in descent from Lawrence Waters. 
7th in descent from John Whitcomb. 
6th in descent from John Hastings. 
4th in descent from Stephen Farnsworth. 

26 WAIT, HORATIO LOOMIS, Chicago. 898 

3d in descent from Captain Joseph Wait. 
7th in descent from John Lakin. 
7th in descent from John Whitcomb. 
7th in descent from Lawrence Waters. 
7th in descent from John Whitney. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

1 1 1 WAITE, HORACE FREDERICK, Chicago. 2027 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Richard Waite. 
7th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
6th in descent from John Bronson. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Griswold. 
6th in descent from Captain James Sands. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Jewett. 
5th in descent from Captain William Ely. 
5th in descent from Captain James Newton. 

302 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Bronson. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Joshua Raymond. 
}d in descent from Captain Nathan Jewett. 

121 WAITE, HORACE GARFIELD, Chicago. 2335 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Waite. 
8th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
7th in descent from John Bronson. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Griswold. 
7th in descent from Captain James Sands. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Jewett. 
6th in descent from Captain William Ely. 
6th in descent from Captain James Newton. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Bronson. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Joshua Raymond. 
4th in descent from Captain Nathan Jewett. 

34 WASHBURNE, HON. HEMPSTEAD, Chicago. 993 

8th in descent from John Washburn. 
7th in descent from John Washburn. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Washburn. 
9th in descent from Francis Cook. 
8th in descent from Experience Mitchell. 
7th in descent from John Fobes. 

69 WELLS, SAMUEL ROGERS, Chicago. 1064 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Wells. 

114 WENTWORTH, MOSES JONES, Chicago. 2232 

7th in descent from Elder William Wentworth. 
5th in descent from Captain Benjamin Wentworth. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Wentworth. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
6th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 
4th in descent from Colonel Otis Baker. 

1 20 WENTWORTH, WILLIAM GRAFTON, Chicago. 2 334 

6th in descent from Elder William Wentworth. 

303 



ILLINOIS. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

108 WHEELOCK, WILLIAM BARKER, Indianapolis, Ind. 1862 

8th in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 
7th in descent from Captain John Waite. 
6th in descent from Increase Winn. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Capron. 
4th in descent from John Starkey. 
4th in descent from William Barker. 

87 WHITNEY, DR. EUGENE WOLCOTT, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1654 

6th in descent from Moses Whitney. 

8th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 

7th in descent from Major Samuel Appleton. 
54 WIGHT, WILLIAM WARD, Milwaukee, Wis. 1049 

9th in descent from Matthew Allyn. 

8th in descent from Captain Benjamin Newberry. 

8th in descent from Richard Saltonstall. 

7th in descent from Captain George Barbour. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Lyman. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Moseley. 
9 Winston, Frederick Hampden, Chicago. 829 

4th in descent from John Mohr Mclntosh. 

19 WOODBRIDGE, JONATHAN EDWARDS, Chicago. 850 

7th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

7th in descent from Anthony Stoddard. 

5th in descent from Timothy Edwards. 
43 WRIGHT, HARRY LINN, Chicago. 1038 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 

7th in descent from Captain Aaron Cooke. 

7th in descent from Stephen Terry. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Hovey. 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 
22 WYMAN, WALTER CHANNING, Chicago. 894 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Wyman. 

6th in descent from John Wyman, Jr. 

304 



8 George Francis Bissell, died June 25th, 1895. 
40 CHANDLER PEASE CHAPMAN, died May I2th, 1897 




SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF MISSOURI. 

The Society or Colonial Wars in the State of Mis 
souri was organized at St. Louis with twenty-four 
charter members, on November 22, 1894. 

The Society adopted as the date for the General 
Court, October 10, which date commemorates the 
possession of Fort Chartres and the battle of Point 
Pleasant; for, by the Treaty of Paris, concluded 
February 10, 1763, the question which had been in 
doubt for a century, whether French or English 
civilization should rule this continent, was settled 
for all time. By this treaty Canada and that por 
tion of Louisiana between the Alleghanies and the 
Mississippi came into possession of Great Britain. 

Captain Stirling, with a company of the Forty- 
second Highlanders, came down the Ohio in boats 
from Fort Pitt, arriving early in October, 1765. On 
the tenth day of that month he relieved the French 
commander of Forth Chartres, St. Ange, who for 
some months had been under orders to give up the 
fort whenever a force of British came to relieve him. 
These were the first English troops who ever set 
foot in the Illinois country. 

Fort Chartres, built by the French in 1720, was, 
in its time, the strongest fortress in America. Its 
ruins are on the left bank of the Mississippi River, 
in Randolph County, Illinois, fifty miles south of 
St. Louis, and sixteen miles northwest of Kaskas- 
kia. 

October 10, 1774, occurred the battle of Point 
Pleasant, at the junction of the Kanawha with the 
Ohio River. 

Both these events were important colonial foot 
steps in the direction of the west. 

306 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI. 

Elected at a Court held October 9, 1897. 

Governor. 
HORATIO NELSON SPENCER, M.D. 

Deputy-Governor. 
HON. CLARK HAMILTON SAMPSON. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
THOMAS JAMES. 

Secretary. 
HOBART BRINSMADE. 

709 Washington Ave., St. Louis. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
HARRY LEACH BLOCK. 

Treasurer. 
HENRY PURKITT WYMAN. 

101 South Main St., St. Louis. 

Registrar. 
HENRY CADLE. 

Bethany. 

Historian. 
JAMES THOMAS SANDS. 

Chaplain. 
RT. REV. DANIEL SYLVESTER TUTTLE, D.D., S. T. D. 



307 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

HORATIO NELSON SPENCER, M. D. RICHARD AYLETT BARRET, 
HON. CLARK HAMILTON SAMPSON, ORLANDO POWERS BLOSS, 
THOMAS JAMES, JOHN CROCKER FOOTE, 

HOBART BRINSMADE, ALFRED LEE SHAPLEIGH, 

HENRY PURKITT WYMAN, HON. GEORGE ELIOT LEIGHTON, 

HENRY CADLE, FREDERICK NEWTON JUDSON, 

GEORGE AMOS NEWCOMB, HON. SELDEN PALMER SPENCER, 

NORRIS BRADFORD GREGG. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on Membership. 

HOBART BRINSMADE, HON. SELDEN PALMER SPENCER, 

CURTISS CRANE GARDINER, WILLIAM HENRY GREGG, JR. 

CHARLES HADLEY WYMAN. 

Committee on Historical Documents. 

RT. REV. CHARLES REUBEN HON. MILTON WELSH, 

HALE, D.D., LL.D. DR. EDMUND CONE BRUSH. 



308 



MISSOURI. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

24 ADAMS, WILLIAM PORTER, Chicago, 111. 1 148 

4th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Adams. 

69 ANDERON, JOHN WHEELWRIGHT, Belvidere, 111. 
4th in descent from Robert Clark. 

64 ATWILL, JAMES WILLIAM, St. Joseph. 1769 
5th in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 

17 BARRET, RICHARD AYLETT, St. Louis. 766 

7th in descent from Charles Barret. 
6th in descent from Henry Corbin. 
6th in descent from Mordecai Cooke. 
6th in descent from William Presley. 
5th in descent from Peter Presley. 
5th in descent from William Aylett. 
3d in descent from Lieutenant William Winston. 

65 BASCOME, WESTERN RADFORD, New York City. 1770 
8th in descent from Brant Van Slichtenhorst. 

7th in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
6th in descent from William Nicoll. 
7th in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
7th in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
7th in descent from OlifT Stevensen Van Cortlandt. 
6th in descent from Col. Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
5th in descent from Etienne de Lancey. 
5th in descent from Michael Kearney. 
4th in descent from Philip Kearney. 
4th in descent from John Watts. 

63 BLOCK, HARRY LEACH, St. Louis. 1768 

5th in descent from Thomas Walker. 

6 1 BLOSS, ORLANDO POWERS, Kansas City. 1535 

6th in descent from Exercise Conant. 

309 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Governor Roger Conant. 
6th in descent from Jonathan Crane. 

39 BRINSMADE, HOBART, St. Louis. 1266 

4th in descent from Rev. James Beebe. 

56 BROWN, COLONEL WILLIS, Buffalo, N. Y. 1349 

4th in descent from Corporal John Brown. 

25 BRUSH, EDWARD CONE, Zanesville. 1149 

4th in descent from Colonel Joseph Spencer. 

i Cadle, Henry, Bethany. 385 

8th in descent from Roger Shaw. 
8th in descent from Christopher Hussey. 
7th in descent from Thomas Marston. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Sanborn. 
6th in descent from Stephen Batchelder. 
5th in descent from Ensign James Johnson. 

66 CADLE, CHARLES FRANCIS, Muscatine, la. 1 806 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Wheeler. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 
7th in descent from Nathaniel Ballord. 
7th in descent from John How. 
7th in descent from Peter Bulkeley. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 

32 CANDEE, HENRY SAFFORD, Cairo, 111. 1156 

6th in descent from Samuel Candee. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
5th in descent from Captain Joseph Tuttle. 

12 Carter, J ohn Scott, St. Louis. 761 

6th in descent from Robert Carter. 

38 CLARKE, WILLIAM BINGHAM, Kansas City. 1162 

6th in descent from George Clark. 
70 CRUTCHER, EDWIN RUTHVEN, Kansas City. 2091 

5th in descent from Colonel William Mayo. 
68 DE WOLF, EDWIN ALLIS, St. Louis. 1864 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Allis. 

310 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7 Eastman, Lauren Chase, Clinton, la. 756 

6th in descent from Peter Tilton. 

1 6 EDMUNDS, HON. HENRY LITTLETON, St. Louis. 765 

9th in descent from Governor John West. 
8th in descent from Colonel William Claiborne. 
7th in descent from Colonel William Browne. 

2 Fleet, Prof. Alexander Frederick, A. M. , LL. D. , Culver, 402 

Ind. 

6th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Henry Fleet. 
7th in descent from Robert Brooke. 
7th in descent from Captain James Neale. 
6th in descent from Francis Hutchins. 

15 FOOTE, JOHN CROCKER, Belvidere, 111. 764 

8th in descent from Nathaniel Foote, ist. 
6th in descent from Q.-M. Nathaniel Foote, 2d. 
5th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Foote, 3d. 
4th in descent from Daniel Foote. 
9th in descent from Joseph Loomis. 
9th in descent from John Tilly. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Ely. 
8th in descent from Deacon William Crocker. 
8th in descent from Philip Groves. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from John Howland, Jr. 
7th in descent from Samuel Marshfield. 
7th in descent from Stephen Terry. 
7th in descent from William Swift. 
6th in descent from Captain James Newton. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 
6th in descent from John Skinner. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Beach. 
5th in descent from Josiah Beach. 

4 Gardiner, Curtiss Crane, St. Louis. 753 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Lion Gardiner. 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

yth in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 

60 GARVIN, FRANK HAMILTON, Omaha, Neb. 1 534 

5th in descent from Joseph Bostwick. 

9 Green, John, M.D., St. Louis. 758 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
4th in descent from Brig. -General Timothy Ruggles. 

1 8 GREGG, WILLIAM HENRY, St. Louis. 767 
3d in descent from Major Samuel Gregg. 

19 GREGG, NORRIS BRADFORD, St. Louis. 768 
4th in descent from Major Samuel Gregg. 

20 GREGG, WILLIAM HENRY, JR., St. Louis. 769 
4th in descent from Major Samuel Gregg. 

29 HALE, RIGHT REVEREND CHARLES REUBEN, D.D., LL.D., 1 1 53 

Bishop of Cairo, Cairo, 111. 
6th in descent from Samuel Hale. 
8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 

57 HAYES, JOHN, Red Oak, la. 1350 

3d in descent from Captain John Fassett. 
4th in descent from Josiah Fassett. 

71 HAYS, EDGAR CLINTON, M.C., Hannibal. 2092 

9th in descent from Peter Montague. 

47 JAMES, THOMAS, Kansas City. 1274 

6th in descent from James Claypoole. 

56 JUDSON, FREDERICK NEWTON, St. Louis. 1533 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 

44 LEIGHTON, HON. GEORGE ELIOT, St. Louis. 1271 

5th in descent from Captain John Leighton. 
8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Ambrose Gibbons. 

312 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Robert Elliot. 

6th in descent from Lieut. -Col. William Pepperrell. 

5th in descent from Captain John Hill. 

6th in descent from Major Charles Frost. 

34 MERIWETHER, HUNTER MCKEAND, Kansas City. 1158 

6th in descent from Nicholas Meriwether. 
5th in descent from Francis Thornton. 

75 McCoRD, WILLIAM HALLACK, Omaha, Neb. 2368 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

76 McCoRD, JAMES HAMILTON, St. Joseph. 2369 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

77 McCoRD, SAMUEL STEELE, St. Joseph. 2370 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

78 McCoRD, FRANCIS, Kansas City. 2371 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

79 McCoRD, GEORGE LAWRENCE, Pueblo, Col. 2372 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

80 McCoRD, ROBERT HAMDEN, St. Joseph. 2373 
5th in descent from Captain John Paxton. 

48 MILLARD, CLIFFORD ISAAC, St. Louis. 1275 

7th in descent from Joseph Peck. 

6th in descent from Ephraim Peck. 
58 MOULTON, JOHN HENRY, Alton, 111. 1351 

7th in descent from Thomas Marston. 

6th in descent from Ephraim Marston. 

8th in descent from William Eastow. 

7th in descent from Christopher Hussey. 

7th in descent from Robert Page. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Sanborn. 
23 NEWCOMB, GEORGE AMOS, St. Louis. 1147 

4th in descent from Isaac Newcomb. 

7th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 
ii Obear, Frank, St. Louis. 1760 

7th in descent from Captain Peregrine White. 

3*3 



MISSOURI. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

72 PEARCE, HON. CHARLES EDWARD, St. Louis. 2093 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell. 

50 RANDALL, JOHN FREDERIC, St. Louis. 1277 
7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

31 ROGERS, ALFRED HARRISON, Joplin. 1155 

4th in descent from Timothy Green. 

51 SABIN, DAVID DICKEY, Belvidere, 111. 1278 
6th in descent from Benjamin Sabin. 

7th in descent from William Sabin. 

43 SABIN, SIDNEY AVERY. Belvidere, 111. 1270 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant James Avery, Jr. 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

52 SABIN, EUGENE FRANCIS, Belvidere, 111. 1279 
8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant James Avery, Jr. 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
30 SAMPSON, HON. CLARK HAMILTON, St. Louis. 1 1 54 

7th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Nash. 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

6th in descent from Abraham Sampson. 
3 Sands, James Thomas, St. Louis. 752 

6th in descent from Captain James Sands. 

8th in descent from John Talcott. 

8th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright. 

7th in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 
45 SHAPLEIGH, ALFRED LEE, St. Louis. 1272 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Shapleigh. 

5th in descent from Major Nicholas Shapleigh. 

4th in descent from Nicholas Shapleigh. 

9th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Ambrose Gibbons. 

8th in descent from Henry Sherburne. 

8th in descent from Jeremy Houchin. 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Anthony Stanyan. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 

7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Wheelwright. 

6th in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Roger Plaisted. 

6th in descent from John Plaisted. 

5th in descent from Elisha Plaisted. 

6th in descent from Captain Tobias Langdon. 

74 SHORT, REVEREND WILLIAM, D.D., St. Louis. 2323 

8th in descent from Sergeant Edward Riggs. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant William French. 

7th in descent from Roger Ludlow. 

6th in descent from Captain Ebenezer Johnson. 
14 SPENCER, HORATIO NELSON, M.D., St. Louis. 763 

6th in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer. 

4th in descent from Isaac Spencer. 

8th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 

7th in descent from John Clark. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Church. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Alex. Marsh. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

5th in descent from Captain William Pratt. 

5th in descent from Joseph Selden. 

3d in descent from Captain William Brockway. 
13 SPENCER, HON. SELDEN PALMER, St. Louis. . 762 

5th in descent from Isaac Spencer. 

8th in descent from John Clark. 

8th in descent from Sergeant Richard Church. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

6th in descent from Captain William Pratt. 

4th in descent from Captain William Brockway. 
62 SWISHER, STEPHEN ALFRED, Iowa City, la. 1 536 

5th in descent from Thomas Rose. 

49 TUTTLE, RIGHT REVEREND DANIEL SYLVESTER, D.D., 1276 
S.T.D., Bishop of Missouri, St. Louis. 

4th in descent from Daniel Tuttle. 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO 

40 VOORHEES, WILLIAM PERRINE, Kansas City. 1267 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman. 

6th in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman, M.D 

7th in descent from Captain Jan Strycker, 

6th in descent from Jan Strycker, Jr. 

6th in descent from Major Cornelius Van Brunt. 

6th in descent from Captain Daniel Polhemus. 

6th in descent from Corporal Abraham De La Noye. 

6th in descent from Jacobus Gerritsen Strycker. 

5th in descent from Captain Pieter Strycker. 

8 1 WALKER, STOUGHTON, St. Joseph. 2374 

4th in descent from Phineas Walker. 

41 WARD, HUGH CAMPBELL, Kansas City. 1268 
5th in descent from Seth Ward. 

46 WATSON, REV. SAMUEL NEWELL, D.D., Chillicothe, O. 1273 
7th in descent from Robert Burnett. 
6th in descent from Elisha Lawrence. 
5th in descent from Michael Kearney. 

35 WELSH, HON. MILTON, Kansas City. 1 1 59 

7th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 

67 WELSH, REVEREND LUTHER WINFRED, Hannibal. 1807 

7th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Hammond. 
7th in descent from Com. -Gen. Garret Van Sweringen. 
7th in descent from Hon. John Dorsey. 
4th in descent from Hon. Henry Griffith. 

27 WHITE, JOHN BARBER, Kansas City. 1151 

4th in descent from Colonel Jonathan White. 
4th in descent from Sergeant Josiah White, Jr. 
7th in descent from John Prescott, Sr. 
7th in descent from Captain Hugh Mason. 
7th in descent from Ralph Houghton. 
6th in descent from Lawrence Waters. 
6th in descent from Captain Andrew Gardner. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Wilder. 

316 



MISSOURI. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Colonel James Wilder. 
5th in descent from Josiah Whitcomb. 
5th in descent from Captain Jabez Fairbanks. 
4th in descent from Trumpeter Simon Butler. 

37 WINTER, FRANCIS ANDERSON, M.D., Lieut. U.S.A. 1161 

West Point, N. Y. 
6th in descent from John Alden. 

73 WINTER, SAMUEL DREW, St. Louis. 2184 

8th in descent from John Alden. 

6 Wyman, Charles Hadley, St. Louis. 755 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Nehemiah Wyman. 
7th in descent from Richard Cutter. 

5 Wyman, Henry Purhitt, St. Louis. 754 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Nehemiah Wyman. 
7th in descent from Richard Cutter. 



317 



Tin flDemoriam. 



33 HENRY HINSDALE CANDEE, died Oct. 16, 1897. 
10 Clarence Conde Obear, died Dec. 21, 1897. 
Henry H. Candee was born in Harwinton, Connecti 
cut, December 6, 1833, and died at Cairo, Illinois. 



Clarence C. Obear was born in St. Louis, Missouri, 
June 13, 1866, and died at St. Louis. He was a charter 
member of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Missouri. 




SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF OHIO. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Ohio 
received its charter from the General Society at a 
meeting of the General Council, held at Baltimore, 
Md., on May 13, 1895. It was incorporated in 
the State of Ohio, May 29, 1895, and was organized 
in the city of Cincinnati, June i, 1895. 

The first Social Court of the Society was held in 
Cincinnati, December 19, 1895, the 22Oth anni 
versary of the Great Swamp Fight. The second 
Social Court was held in Cincinnati, December 10, 
1896, the i43d anniversary of Washington s first 
expedition to the head waters of the Ohio River. 

The Society has been informally entertained by 
its first Governor, the Hon. Samuel Furman Hunt, 
at Glendale, Ohio, on October 12, 1895, an ^ by 
Governor Asa Smith Bushnell, of Ohio, and Dr. 
Henry Cipperly Dimond, at Springfield, Ohio, on 
March 25, 1897. 

Annual General Courts and banquets have been 
held in Cincinnati on November 24th in commemo 
ration of the capture of Fort Duquesne, at the head 
of the Ohio River, on November 24, 1758. 

Eligibility for membership by descent from pri 
vate soldiers who served subsequent to 1700 is not 
recognized by this Society. Otherwise the condi 
tions of eligibility are those prescribed in the con 
stitution of the General Society. 



319 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 

Elected at the Third General Court, held November 24, 1897. 

Governor. 
SAMUEL MORSE FELTON. 

Deputy-Governor. 
EPHRAIM MORGAN WOOD. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
ACHILLES HENRY PUGH. 

Treasurer. 
PERIN LANGDON. 

323 Lock Street, Cincinnati. 

Secretary. 
EDWIN CLARENCE GOSHORN, 

Cor. Seventh Street and Freeman Avenue, Cincinnati. 

Deputy-Secretary. 
JOHN WARD BAILEY. 

Registrar. 
THOMAS HERBERT NORTON, Ph.D., Sc.D. 

Loraine Avenue, Clifton, Cincinnati. 

Historian. 
CHARLES LINCOLN EDWARDS, Ph.D. 

Chaplain. 
REVEREND HENRY MELVILLE CURTIS, D.D. 

320 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

HON. ASA SMITH BUSHNELL, WM. HOWARD DOANE, Mus. D., 

BIRCHARD AUSTIN HAYES, SAMUEL FURMAN HUNT, LL.D., 

HARRY LANGDON LAWS, RALPH PETERS, 

FRANK LANGDON PERIN, ROBERT HENRY SHOEMAKER, 

GEORGE ELTWEED POMEROY, HON. CHARLES PHELPS TAFT. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee on Membership: 

ACHILLES HENRY PUGH, Chair- PHINEAS SANBORN CONNER, M.D., 

man, LL.D., 

NATHANIEL HENCHMAN DAVIS, EDWIN CLARENCE GOSHORN, 
GEORGE MERRELL. 

Committee on the Collection of Historical Documents 
and Records. 

HENRY CIPPERLY DIMOND, M.D., Chairman. 
RODERICK DOUGLASS BARNEY, HERBERT JENNEY. 



321 



OHIO. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

37 ALDEN, ISAAC CAREY, Akron. 1774 

8th in descent from John Alden. 
8th in descent from Captain Myles Standish. 

24 BAILEY, JOHN WARD, Cincinnati. 1491 

8th in descent from Stukeley Westcott. 

39 BARNEY, RODERICK DOUGLASS, Wyoming. 2030 

7th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 

45 BULLOCK, JAMES WILSON, Cincinnati. 2036 

6th in descent from Captain John White, Jr. 

32 BUSHNELL, HON. ASA SMITH, Governor of the State of 1 543 

Ohio, Springfield. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 

7 Clement, John Benkam, Cincinnati. 920 

5th in descent from Major Richard Colegate. 

49 COLBURN, WILLIAM JAMES, Toledo. 2040 

6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Thaxter. 

47 CONNER, JOHN SANBORN, Cincinnati. 2038 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Sanborn. 

48 CONNER, PHINEAS SANBORN, M.D., LL.D., Cincinnati. 2039 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Sanborn. 

33 CURTIS, HENRY MELVILLE, D.D., Cincinnati. 1544 
7th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Bishop. 

51 DAVIS, NATHANIEL HENCHMAN, Cincinnati. 2201 

7th in descent from Captain Daniel Henchman. 

26 DIMOND, HENRY CIPPERLY, M.D., Springfield. 1493 

5th in descent from Captain John Dimon. 

20 DOANE, WILLIAM HOWARD, Mus. D., Cincinnati. 1402 

8th in descent from John Doane. 

322 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from John Doane, Jr. 

5th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel Elisha Doane. 

9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 

9th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 

8th in descent from Nicholas Snow. 

8th in descent from William Bassett. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prence. 

8th in descent from Ensign Hugh Wells. 

7th in descent from Amos Richardson. 

7th in descent from Cornet Jonathan Gilbert. 

7th in descent from Edward Bangs. 

7th in descent from Thomas Howes, Sr. 

7th in descent from Captain John Gould. 

6th in descent from Richard Treat. 

6th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 

6th in descent from Aaron Stark. 

6th in descent from Stephen Richardson. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant James Treat. 

5th in descent from Chaplain James Noyes. 

22 EDWARDS, CHARLES LINCOLN, Ph.D., University of 1404 

Cincinnati. 

loth in descent from John Clark. 
8th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
7th in descent from Ensign John Pratt. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 

8 Felton, Samuel Morse, Cincinnati. 921 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Felton. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
8th in descent from Thomas Greene, Sr. 
8th in descent from Richard Carder. 
8th in descent from Stephen Arnold. 
8th in descent from Richard Waterman. 
8th in descent from William Almy. 
8th in descent from Thomas Angell. 

323 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Bradbury. 

8th in descent from Deputy Gov. James Barker. 

8th in descent from Rev. Samuel Skelton. 

8th in descent from John Townsend. 

7th in descent from Captain Benjamin Gorton. 

7th in descent from Captain Randall Holden. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Edward Smith. 

7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 

7th in descent from Major John Greene. 

6th in descent from Attorney-General John Rhodes. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Charles Holden. 

6th in descent from Major Anthony Low. 

6th in descent from Colonel Joseph Whipple. 

5th in descent from Colonel Stephen Low. 

4th in descent from Lieut. -Colonel John Low. 

41 FITCH, WINCHESTER, Unionville. 2032 

8th in descent from Major John Mason. 

50 GOSHORN, EDWIN CLARENCE, Cincinnati. 2200 

7th in descent from John Monsall. 
6th in descent from Richard Cutter. 

23 GREVE, CHARLES THEODORE, Cincinnati. 1405 

6th in descent from Jonathan Emery. 

3 Hayes, ^Bir chard Austin, Toledo. 910 

5th in descent from William Thompson. 

5 Hunt, Samuel Fur man, LL.D., L.H.D., Cincinnati. 918 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Ralph Hunt. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant James Grover. 
9th in descent from William Lawrence. 
8th in descent from John Throckmorton. 
8th in descent from Edward Howell. 
8th in descent from Richard Stout. 
8th in descent from William Bowne. 
7th in descent from Justice James Bowne. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Obadiah Holmes. 
7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Holmes. 

324 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Richard Borden. 
7th in descent from Judge James Ashton. 
7th in descent from Robert Titus. 
6th in descent from Captain Content Titus. 
6th in descent from Captain Richard Betts. 
6th in descent from Thomas Seabrooke. 
6th in descent from Reverend John Moore. 

21 HURD, ETHAN OSBORN, Captain U.S.A., Plainville. 1405 
6th in descent from John Hurd. 
4th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Sr. 
3d in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Jr. 

46 JENNEY, HERBERT, Cincinnati. 2037 

7th in descent from John Jenney. 
7th in descent from John Alden. 
7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

52 JONES, CHARLES DAVIES, Cincinnati. 2202 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Fosdick, 

6 Langdon, Perin, Cincinnati. 919 

7th in descent from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 
7th in descent from Francis Brown. 
6th in descent from Captain William Torrey. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jesse Perin. 

43 LAWS, HARRY LANGDON, Cincinnati. 2034 

8th in descent from Rev. Thomas Hooker. 
7th in descent from Captain William Torrey. 
7th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 

34 LLOYD, JOHN URI, Ph.M., Ph.D., Cincinnati. 1545 

9th in descent from Robert Coe. 
9th in descent from James Bates. 
8th in descent from Joseph Hawley. 
8th in descent from John Loomis. 
8th in descent from Edward Griswold. 
8th in descent from Richard Treat. 
8th in descent from John Steele. 

325 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Thomas Judd, Sr. 

8th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 

8th in descent from John Collins. 

8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

8th in descent from John Moss. 

yth in descent from Thomas Judd, Jr. 

7th in descent from Cornelius Merry. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Waite. 

7th in descent from Abraham Doolittle. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 

5th in descent from Benjamin Webster, Sr. 

5th in descent from Surgeon Benjamin Doolittle. 

4th in descent from Colonel Samuel Ashley. 

30 MARVIN, RICHARD PRATT, Akron. 1497 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

35 MATTHEWS, ALBERT, Hillsboro. 1572 
7th in descent from Captain Christopher Hussey. 

5th in descent from Captain John McDowell. 
5th in descent from Lieutenant John Moffett. 
4th in descent from Captain Joseph McDowell. 
4th in descent from Captain James Allen. 
4th in descent from Colonel George Moffett. 
19 MATTHEWS, CALEB BENTLEY, Cincinnati. 1401 

6th in descent from Francis Brown. 

36 MERRELL, GEORGE, Cincinnati. 1773 
6th in descent from Henry Poore. 

13 Mussey, William Lindsly, M.D., Cincinnati. 1019 

9th in descent from John Alden. 

16 MYERS, PHILIP VAN NESS, LL.D., L.H.D., University 1066 

of Cincinnati. 
4th in descent from Captain Henry Herter. 

42 NEWTON, CHARLES HUMPHREYS, Marietta. 2033 

6th in descent from Shubael Stearns. 

326 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

10 Norton, Thomas Herbert, Ph.D., Sc.D., University 917 

of Cincinnati. 

4th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel Ebenezer Norton. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Humphrey. 
5th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Baldwin. 
4th in descent from Captain Daniel Horsford. 

14 Perin, Frank Langdon, Cincinnati. 1020 
4th in descent from Ensign Jesse Perin. 

17 PETERS, RALPH, Cincinnati. 1399 

4th in descent from William Peters. 

9 Pomeroy, George Eltweed, Toledo. 868 

4th in descent from Major Seth Pomeroy. 

12 Pugh, Achilles Henry, Cincinnati. 1018 

5th in descent from Captain Christopher Clark. 

4 Rawson, Edward Stephen, Cincinnati. 916 

8th in descent from Secretary Edward Rawson. 
loth in descent from Elder William Brewster. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
9th in descent from John Alden. 
9th in descent from Captain John Glover. 
5th in descent from Captain Jeremiah Richards, Jr. 

31 SEELY, WILLIAM WALLACE, A.M., M.D., Cincinnati. 1498 
8th in descent from Roger Conant. 
6th in descent from John Conant. 

15 Shoemaker, Frederick "Bellinger, Toledo. 1021 
4th in descent from Captain Henry Herter. 

1 Shoemaker, IMichael [Myers, Cincinnati. 498 
5th in descent from Captain Hanyoost Herkimer. 

5th in descent from Major Richard Colegate. 
4th in descent from Captain Henry Herter. 

2 Shoemaker, Robert Henry, Cincinnati. 909 
5th in descent from Captain Hanyoost Herkimer. 

327 



OHIO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Major Richard Colegate. 
4th in descent from Captain Henry Herter. 

25 STEDMAN, CHARLES JAMES, Cincinnati. 1492 

7th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

38 TAFT, CHARLES PHELPS, Cincinnati. 2029 

7th in descent from Secretary Edward Rawson. 

44 WAYNE, JAMES STARKE, Cincinnati. 2035 

6th in descent from Colonel Thomas Smythe. 

27 WINSLOW, CHAUNCEY ROSE, San Francisco, Cal. 1494 
6th in descent from Colonel John Jackson. 

1 8 WINSLOW, HOWARD SYDENHAM, Cincinnati. 1400 

6th in descent from Colonel John Jackson. 

29 WOOD, CHARLES MORGAN, Dayton. 1496 

8th in descent from Captain Miles Morgan. 
6th in descent from Captain Christopher Clark. 

28 WOOD, EPHRAIM MORGAN, Dayton. 1495 
7th in descent from Captain Miles Morgan. 

5th in descent from Captain Christopher Clark. 

40 YERGASON, HENRY CHRISTOPHER, Cincinnati. 2031 

9th in descent from Elder William Brewster. 



328 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Ne 
braska was organized at Omaha, April 27, 1895, an ^ 
was chartered by the General Society May 14, 1895. 

The gentlemen present at the first meeting pro 
ceeded under the Statutes of Nebraska, to organize 
as an incorporated society; a constitution was 
adopted, and officers elected. A Special Court of 
this Society was held at the Commercial Club, 
Omaha, on the 22Oth anniversary of the Great 
Swamp Fight, December 19, 1895, at which Chan 
cellor Goss read a most instructive monograph on 
that historical event. 



329 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA. 

Elected at a court held April 10, 1897. 

Governor. 
WILLIAM HENRY ALEXANDER. 

Deputy-Governor. 
CHARLES ALBERT Goss. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
EDWIN CATLIN WEBSTER. 

Secretary. 
WILLIAM FARNAM SMITH. 

Omaha. 

Registrar. 
CLEMENT CHASE. 

Treasurer. 
FRANK TIERNAN HAMILTON. 

Omaha. 

Chancellor. 
JAMES MILLS WOOLWORTH. 

Chaplain. 
REV. GEORGE W. CRAFTS. 



330 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

WILLIAM HENRY ALEXANDER, WILLIAM FARNAM SMITH, 
FRANK TIERNAN HAMILTON, JOHN PRENTISS LORD, 

WILLIAM IRVING HAWKS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS HANNA, 

MYRON LESLIE LEARNED. 

Committee on Membership. 

WILLIAM FARNAM SMITH, CLEMENT CHASE, 

FRANK TIERNAN HAMILTON. 



33 i 



NEBRASKA. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

List of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

2 Alexander, William Henry, Omaha. 1022 
8th in descent from William Douglas. 

9 Bemis, George Pickering, Omaha. 1029 

8th in descent from John Bridge. 
8th in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 
6th in descent from Michael Flagg. 

12 Chase, Champion Spalding, Omaha. 1032 

5th in descent from Ensign Moses Chase. 

3 Chase, Clement, Omaha. 1023 
5th in descent from Moses Chase. 

9th in descent from John Howland. 

8th in descent from Governor William Benton. 

8th in descent from Captain John Gorum. 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

21 CRAFTS, GEORGE WALLEN, Beatrice. 2358 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Griffin Craft. 

7 Goss, Charles Albert, Omaha. 1027 

9th in descent from George Abbot. 

6 Hamilton, Charles William, Omaha. 1026 

7th in descent from Nathan Hamilton. 
6th in descent from Ezra Hamilton. 

5 Hamilton, Frank Tiernan, Omaha. 1025 

7th in descent from Nathan Hamilton. 
6th in descent from Ezra Hamilton. 

19 HANNA, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, Lincoln. 1396 

9th in descent from George Maris. 

332 



NEBRASKA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

23 HAWKS, WILLIAM IRVING, Omaha. 2360 

6th in descent from Eliezur Hawks. 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Hawks. 
6th in descent from Robert Bardwell. 
6th in descent from Samuel Smith. 

14 Heywood, Henry Brady, Omaha. 1034 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Phinehas Upham. 

10 Humphrey, Charles Frederick, Major, U.S.A. 1030 
8th in descent from Michael Humphrey. 

4 Jaynes, Fremont Nathan, Minneapolis, Minn. 1024 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Bradford. 

20 LADD, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Lincoln. 1397 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

8 Learned, Myron Leslie, Omaha. 1028 

7th in descent from Isaac Learned, Jr. 
8th in descent from John Bigelow. 

11 Lord, John Prentiss, Omaha. 1031 
7th in descent from Daniel Warner. 

5th in descent from Daniel Warner. 

15 MORTON, JULIUS STERLING, Nebraska City. 1392 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Smith. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Philip Smith. 

1 8 SMITH, WILLIAM FARNAM, Omaha. 1395 

9th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Tristram Coffin, Jr. 

i Thompson, John Taliaferro, Lieutenant, U.S.A. 817 

7th in descent from James Thompson. 
6th in descent from James Thompson. 
5th in descent from Sergeant James Thompson. 
7th in descent from Caleb Simonds. 

333 



NEBRASKA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from James Taylor, 2d. 
5th in descent from Dr. Thomas Hindes. 

24 WEBSTER, BASIL MARION, Omaha. 2361 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

17 WEBSTER, EDWIN CATLIN, Hastings. 1394 

8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

22 WOOLWORTH, CHARLES PECK, CaStleton, N. Y. 2359 

8th in descent from Quartermaster George Colton. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Colton. 

13 Woolworth, James Mills, Omaha. 1033 

7th in descent from Quartermaster George Colton. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Colton. 



334 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF MINNESOTA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Min 
nesota was organized at St. Paul, October i, 1895, 
and chartered by the General Society, December 19, 
1895. The first General Court was held at St. Paul, 
Jan. 15, 1896. 

Incorporated under the State Laws of Minnesota, 
February 14, 1896. 



335 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. 

Elected at a Court held February loth, 1898. 

Governor. 
HENRY PRATT UPHAM. 

Deputy-Governor. 
CHARLES PHELPS NOYES. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
RIGHT REVEREND MAHLON NORRIS GILBERT, D.D., LL.D. 

Secretary. 
CAPTAIN EDGAR CAMPBELL BOWEN, U. S. A. 

698 Dayton Avenue, St. Paul. 

Treasurer. 
GEORGE HENRY DAGGETT. 

Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. 

Registrar. 
JEHIEL WESTON CHAMBERLIN, M.D. 

Historian. 
JACOB STONE. 

Genealogist. 
CHARLES EDWIN MAYO. 

Chancellor. 
WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE. 

Chaplain. 
REVEREND DUDLEY WARD RHODES, D.D. 

Surgeon. 

EVERTON JUDSON ABBOTT, M.D. 

336 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 1899. 

JOHN QyiNCY ADAMS, FRANKLIN LEWIS GREENLEAF, 

JOHN TOWNSEND. 

Term Expiring 1900. 
RUKARD HURD, WlLLIAM PETIT TROWBRIDGE, 

WILLIAM HURLEY LIGHTNER. 

Term Expiring 1901. 

MAJOR CLINTON BROOKS SEARS, EDWIN SEDGWICK CHITTENDEN, 
U. S. A. HARRY EDWARD WHITNEY. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Membership. 

WILLIAM PETIT TROWBRIDGE, Chairman, 
JAMES HENRY SKINNER, Secretary, FRANKLIN LEWIS GREENLEAF, 
CHARLES EDWIN MAYO, WILLIAM GARDNER WHITE 

Committee on Historical Documents. 



JACOB STONE, Chairman, 
ROBERT IRVING FARRINGTON, 
DANIEL ROGERS NOYES, 



ALBERT RANDALL MOORE, Secre 
tary, 
REV. EDWARD CRAIG MITCHELL. 



337 



MINNESOTA. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

21 ABBOTT, EVERTON JUDSON, M.D., St. Paul. 1415 
7th in descent from Sergeant Thomas Canfield. 

7th in descent from Captain Thomas Minor. 
6th in descent from Captain John Minor. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Israel Curtis. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Preston. 
4th in descent from Captain Matthew Minor. 

22 ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY, St. Paul. 1416 
6th in descent from Ensign Edward Adams. 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Bull. 
8th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson. 
7th in descent from Hon. Samuel Sherman. 
7th in descent from Captain John Stanley. 

42 ADAMS, JOHN WALKER, St. Paul. 1616 

loth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
9th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 
9th in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
9th in descent from Captain Samuel Ruggles. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Colton. 
6th in descent from Edward Walker. 

83 ALMY, WILLIAM ELLERY, Lieutenant 5th Cavalry, U.S.A. 2304 
7th in descent from Christopher Almy. 
8th in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell. 

99 BAILEY, EVERETT HOSKINS, St. Paul. 2319 

5th in descent from Benjamin Bailey. 

33 BARTHOLOMEW, JAMES HULL SHERMAN, Santa Rosa, 1427 

California. 

6th in descent from Lieutenant William Bartholomew. 
8th in descent from Captain John Johnson. 

338 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Drury. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 
7th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Kingsbury, 2d. 

86 BATES, WILLIAM OSCAR, New York City. 2307 

6th in descent from Sergeant John Hawks. 

74 BISSELL, WILLIAM PUTNAM, St. Paul. 2107 

8th in descent from Captain John Bissell. 

43 BOWEN, CAPTAIN EDGAR CAMPBELL, U.S.A. 1617 

8th in descent from Richard Bowen. 
7th in descent from Obadiah Bowen. 
8th in descent from Thomas Olney, Sr. 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Williams. 
7th in descent from John Goodspeed. 
7th in descent from John Angell. 

50 BROOKE, MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN RUTTER, U.S.A. 1776 

5th in descent from Hon. Thomas Rutter, ist. 

102 BUTTERS, WILLIAM, Minneapolis. 2363 

7th in descent from William Butter. 

46 CHAMBERLIN, CLARENCE ABNER, Eau Claire, Wis. 1726 

6th in descent from Joseph Chamberlin. 

77 CHAMBERLIN, GEORGE HARRIS, Walla Walla, Wash. 2110 
5th in descent from Richard Chamberlin. 

28 CHAMBERLIN, JEHIEL WESTON, M.D., St. Paul. 1422 

7th in descent from Joseph Chamberlin. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Chamberlin. 
5th in descent from Richard Chamberlin. 

7 Chew, Fielder Bowie, Duluth. 495 

7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Chew. 

1 6 CHITTENDEN, EDWIN SEDGWICK, St. Paul. 1410 

7th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 
9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 
9th in descent from John Stow. 

339 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from John Clark. 

8th in descent from John Doane. 

8th in descent from Thomas Paine. 

8th in descent from Stephen Hart. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 

7th in descent from Edward Dotey. 

6th in descent from Sergeant John Booth. 

98 CHESEBROUGH, GEORGE LATIMER, Duluth. 2320 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Griswold. 

38 CHRISTIAN, GEORGE CHASE, Minneapolis. 1 569 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Edward Morris. 

69 CLARK, HOMER PIERCE, St. Paul. 2077 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Prence. 

73 CLARK, KENNETH, St. Paul. 2106 

6th in descent from Colonel Pieter Schuyler. 

67 COFFIN, WILLIAM KING, Eau Claire, Wis. 1852 
7th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

72 COLLINS, HON. LOREN WARREN, St. Cloud. 2105 

3d in descent from Benjamin Collins. 

68 COOK, STEPHEN CHAMPLIN, St. Paul. 2076 
7th in descent from Captain Jeffrey Champlin. 

6 1 CORSER, ELWOOD SPENCER, Minneapolis. 1787 

4th in descent from John Corser. 

36 GUSHING, LUTHER STEARNS, St. Paul. 1 567 

6th in descent from Hon. John Gushing, ist. 

76 CUTLER, EDWARD HUTCHINS, St. Paul. 2109 

7th in descent from Ensign James Cutler. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Cutler, 
loth in descent from Francis Cooke. 
9th in descent from Hon. John Willis. 
9th in descent from Hon. John Dunham. 
9th in descent from Thomas Hayward. 
9th in descent from Captain Richard Brackett. 

340 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

9th in descent from Experience Mitchell. 
9th in descent from John Washburn. 
8th in descent from John Washburn. 
8th in descent from Thomas Hale. 
8th in descent from Captain Peter Hunt. 
8th in descent from Sergeant John Perkins. 
7th in descent from Captain John Field. 
6th in descent from Nicholas Hutchins. 
6th in descent from Major John Sabin. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Hale. 

6 Daggett, George Henry, Minneapolis. 986 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Elihu Daggett. 

71 DOBBIN, EDWARD SAVAGE, Faribault. 2104 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Bacon. 

13 EDWARDS, EDWARD JUNIUS, Minneapolis. 1407 

9th in descent from John Brown. 
9th in descent from John Clark. 
8th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Stockton. 

52 HARRINGTON, ROBERT IRVING, St. Paul. 1778 

7th in descent from Samuel Fisher. 
6th in descent from Samuel Colburn. 
6th in descent from Ensign Eleazer Metcalf. 

97 FIELD, JOHN IRELAND HOWE, St. Paul. 2318 

8th in descent from Anthony Snow. 

79 FLETCHER, PARIS, St. Paul. 2114 

9th in descent from John Howland. 
8th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Miner. 
8th in descent from Captain John Gorham (Gorum). 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Saxton. 

341 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

40 FRAZER, SHELDON LORD, Duluth. 1571 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Reinold Marvin. 
7th in descent from Joseph Peck. 
5th in descent from Captain Richard Ely, 3d. 
6th in descent from Joseph Selden. 

24 GILBERT, FREDERICK LEE, Duluth. 1418 

8th in descent from Captain Richard Olmsted. 
5th in descent from Rev. Jonathan Ingersoll. 
6th in descent from Ensign Daniel Olmsted. 

75 GILBERT, RT. REV. MAHLON MORRIS, D.D., LL.D., 2108 

Bishop Coadjutor of Minnesota. 
7th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

54 GREEN, EDWARD HICKMAN, Lieut. Com. U.S.N. 1780 

4th in descent from Joseph James. 

26 GREENLEAF, FRANKLIN LEWIS, Minneapolis. 1420 

7th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 

104 HADLEY, EMERSON, St. Paul. 2440 

9th in descent from Deputy-Governor John Alden. 

53 HAWKS, JOSEPH MATTHEW, St. Paul. 1779 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Job Winslow. 

57 HERSEY, ROSCOE FREEMAN, St. Paul. 1783 

4th in descent from Samuel Poole, 3d. 

63 HERSEY, DUDLEY HALL, St. Paul. 1789 

4th in descent from Samuel Poole, 3d. 

12 Hill, Henry Benjamin, Faribault. 1139 

8th in descent from William Bullard. 
7th in descent from William Sabin. 
7th in descent from Ensign Eleazer Metcalf. 
7th in descent from George Barstow. 
7th in descent from John Tower. 
7th in descent from Samuel Fisher. 
7th in descent from John Read, Sr. 
6th in descent from John Read, Jr. 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 

342 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Ensign Jeremiah Whipple. 
4th in descent from David Whipple. 
7th in descent from Edward Hall. 
4th in descent from Ensign John Hall. 
6th in descent from Simon Slocomb, Sr. 
5th in descent from Captain Simon Slocomb. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abel. 
6th in descent from Philip Walker. 
4th in descent from Ebenezer Walker. 

85 HOWARD, CHARLES EDWARD NANSON, St. Paul. 2306 

9th in descent from Filyp Pieterse Van Schuyler. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant Wilhemus Beekman. 
8th in descent from Robert Livingston. 
7th in descent from Ensign Jacob Mitchell. 

i Hurd, Rukard, St. Paul. 287 

7th in descent from John Hurd. 
5th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Sr. 
4th in descent from Captain Nathan Hurd, Jr. 

8 Ingersoll, Rev. Edward Pay son, D.D., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 141 
7th in descent from Governor Josiah Winslow. 

106 JAYNES, FREMONT NATHAN, Minneapolis. 1024 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Bradford. 

10 Jewett, Stephen, Faribault. 1138 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Willam Backus. 
7th in descent from Rev. John Whiting. 
7th in descent from Major John Mason. 
6th in descent from Rev. James Fitch. 
6th in descent from Thomas Waterman. 

343 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

60 JOHNSON, CHARLES WILLIAMSON, St. Paul, 1786 

4th in descent from Samuel Livermore. 

88 KNAPP, HENRY ENO, Menomonie, Wis. 2309 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Knapp. 

32 LEWIS, GEORGE WINTHROP, St. Paul. 1426 

8th in descent from Sir John Leverett. 

23 LIGHTNER, WILLIAM HURLEY, St. Paul. 1417 

7th in descent from Louis DuBois. 

101 LITTLE, HENRY LYMAN, Minneapolis. 2322 

8th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 

25 MAYO, CHARLES EDWIN, St. Paul. 1419 

5th in descent from John Mayo. 
8th in descent from General Constant Southworth. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Prence. 
7th in descent from John Alden. 
7th in descent from Thomas Clark. 
6th in descent from Major John Freeman. 
6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Sparrow. 

51 MCLEAN, JOHN, M.D., St. Paul. 1777 

6th in descent from James Claypoole. 

34 MITCHELL, REVEREND EDWARD CRAIG, St. Paul. 1565 

7th in descent from William Biles. 

44 MONFORT, DELOS ABRAM, St. Paul. 1 724 
7th in descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 

45 MONFORT, FREDERICK DELOS, St. Paul. 1725 
8th in descent from Ensign William Goodrich. 

27 MOORE, ALBERT RANDELL, St. Paul. 1421 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Moore. 

87 MYERS, THEODORE BENJAMIN, St. Paul. 2308 

6th in descent from Rev. John Harriman. 

82 MYERS, WALTER FREDERICKS, St. Paul. 2303 

4th in descent from Captain Henry Herter. 

344 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5 Noyes, Charles Phelps, St. Paul. 347 

5th in descent from Rev. James Noyes. 
4th in descent from Captain Thomas Noyes. 
6th in descent from Governor William Coddington. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Matthew Griswold. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Barker. 
6th in descent from Simon Lynde. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Sanford. 
6th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Francis Willoughby. 
6th in descent from Thomas Hawley. 
5th in descent from Governor Peleg Sanford. 
5th in descent from Captain John Rogers. 
4th in descent from Ensign John Rogers, Jr. 

30 NOYES, DANIEL ROGERS, St. Paul. 1424 

5th in descent from Rev. James Noyes. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Governor James Barker. 
6th in descent from Simon Lynde. 
6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Francis Willoughby. 
6th in descent from Governor William Coddington. 
5th in descent from Governor Peleg Sanford. 

66 PEET, EMERSON WILLIAM, St. Paul. 1838 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Peet. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 
6th in descent from Captain George Denison. 
6th in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
5th in descent from Reverend James Noyes. 
4th in descent from Captain Thomas Noyes. 

96 PEAVEY, FRANK HUTCHISON, Minneapolis. 2317 

5th in descent from Anthony Nutter. 

64 PHELPS, EDMUND JOSEPH, Minneapolis. 1836 

7th in descent from William Phelps. 

70 PHILLIPS, GEORGE MYRON, Northfield. 2103 

8th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

345 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8 1 PIERCE, JAMES OSCAR, Minneapolis. 2302 

8th in descent from Edward Rossiter. 
7th in descent from Thomas Brownell. 
7th in descent from Edward Thurston. 

1 8 PIKE, CHARLES ELIOT, St. Paul. 652 

6th in descent from Major Robert Pike. 
8th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gorham (Gorum.) 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 
7th in descent from Captain Joshua Scottow. 
6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Checkley. 

20 PIKE, FRANCIS WALLACE, St. Paul. 1146 

6th in descent from Major Robert Pike. 

31 PILLSBURY, CHARLES ALFRED, Minneapolis. 1425 

5th in descent from Captain Caleb Pillsbury. 

55 POOLE, CLARK LANGWORTHY, Dubuque, la. 1781 

7th in descent from Captain Jonathan Poole. 

37 PORTER, ALEXANDER SYLVANUS, Jr., Minneapolis. 1568 

7th in descent from Hon. John Gushing, ist. 
7th in descent from Colonel John Otis. 
7th in descent from Colonel Samuel Thaxter. 

17 QUAY, ANDREW GREGG CURTIN, Captain and Assistant 1411 

Quartermaster, U.S.A. 
4th in descent from Captain Patrick Anderson. 

49 RHODES, REVEREND DUDLEY WARD, D.D., St. Paul. 1017 
4th in descent from General Artemus Ward. 

94 RICHARDSON, WILLIAM EDDY, Duluth. 2315 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Rev. John Woodbridge. 
7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
6th in descent from Captain John Morgan. 

loo RICHARDSON, CHAUNCEY EDDY, Duluth. 2321 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

346 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

59 ROBINSON, LEWIS ARMS, St. Paul. 1785 

4th in descent from Captain Samuel Robinson. 

3 Roe, Fayette Washington, Captain 3d Infantry, U.S.A. 157 
4th in descent from John Roe. 

105 RUSSELL, STEVENS GRAHAM, St. Paul. 2441 

3d in descent from Lieutenant Peletiah Russell. 

103 SEABURY, CHANNING, St. Paul. 2364 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

2 Sears, Clinton Brooks, Major Corps of Engineers, 659 

U.S.A. 

8th in descent from Richard Sears. 
9th in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
9th in descent from Gov. Thomas Prence (Prince). 
8th in descent from Captain Jonathan Sparrow. 
8th in descent from George Willard. 
8th in descent from Major John Freeman. 

80 SKINNER, JAMES HENRY, St. Paul. 2301 

4th in descent from Captain Benjamin Simonds. 

78 SMITH, CHARLES EASTWICK, M.D., St. Paul. 2111 

6th in descent from Captain John Hall. 

58 SMITH, EDWARD BARNUM, St. Paul. 1784 

4th in descent from Quartermaster-Serg t. Abner 
Granger. 

$9 ST ANTON, BENJAMIN IRVING, St. Paul. 2310 

5th in descent from Benjamin Stanton, Sr. 

56 STEWART, JEREMIAH CLARK, M.D., Minneapolis. 1782 

6th in descent from Thomas Mann. 

35 STONE, JACOB, Minneapolis. 1566 

5th in descent from Captain John Gyles. 

62 TAYLOR, BANKSON, St. Paul. 1788 

8th in descent from Governor Jean Paul Jacquett. 

90 TAYLOR, OSCAR LIVINGSTONE, St. Paul. 2311 

8th in descent from Coronet Jonathan Gilbert. 

347 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

65 TlMERLAKE, WlLLIAM SHARP, St. Paul. 1837 

6th in descent from Captain Francis Rombout. 

14 TOWNSEND, JOHN, St. Paul. 1408 
8th in descent from Captain John Underhill. 

48 TROWBRIDGE, WILLIAM PETIT, St. Paul. 1728 

7th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 

41 TUCKER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Major and Paymaster, 1615 

U.S.A. 
6th in descent from Ephraim Guile. 

15 UPHAM, HENRY PRATT, St. Paul. 1409 
8th in descent from John Upham. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Phinehas Upham. 

4th in descent from Captain John Stebbings. 

9th in descent from William Vassall. 

9th in descent from John Webster. 

8th in descent from Robert Bartlett. 

7th in descent from John Stebbins. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright, Jr. 

7th in descent from Shadrach Hapgood. 

7th in descent from Samuel Stone. 

6th in descent from John Bigelow. 

6th in descent from Edward Walker. 

84 WADE, JAMES FRANKLIN, Brigadier General U.S. A. 2305 
6th in descent from Jonathan Wade. 
5th in descent from Major Nathaniel Wade. 
7th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
6th in descent from Captain Joseph Sill. 
6th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Phinehas Upham. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Lord. 

92 WADE, JOHN PARSONS, Lient. 5th Cavalry, U.S.A. 2313 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

91 WASHBURN, HON. WILLIAM DREW, Minneapolis. 2312 

9th in descent from Francis Cooke. 

348 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

47 WELLS, EBEN FREME, St. Paul. 1727 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Governor John Haynes. 
8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
6th in descent from Captain Samuel Talcott. 
6th in descent from Rev. James Noyes. 
6th in descent from Captain John Chester. 
5th in descent from Major John Chester. 
4th in descent from Colonel John Chester. 

93 WENZELL, HENRY BURLEIGH, St. Paul. 2314 

9th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 
8th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hollister. 
7th in descent from John Bigelow. 
7th in descent from Ezekiel Wentworth. 
6th in descent from Nathaniel Peaslee. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Timothy Baker. 
5th in descent from Captain Thomas Baker. 
4th in descent from Colonel Otis Baker. 

4 Whipple, Charles Henry, Major and Paymaster, U.S.A. 319 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
5th in descent from Ensign Jeremiah Whipple. 
4th in descent from David Whipple. 
8th in descent from William Bullard. 
7th in descent from Samuel Fisher. 
7th in descent from Major John Pell. 
7th in descent from George Barstow. 
7th in descent from William Sabin. 
7th in descent from Ensign Eleazer Metcalf. 
7th in descent from Andrew Ward. 
7th in descent from John Read. 
7th in descent from John Tower. 
7th in descent from Edward Hall. 
6th in descent from Simon Slocumb. 
6th in descent from John Read. 

349 



MINNESOTA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5th in descent from Captain Simon Slocomb. 
4th in descent from Ensign John Hall. 

19 WHIPPLE, RIGHT REV. HENRY BENJAMIN, D.D., LL.D., 1413 

Bishop of Minnesota, Faribault. 
6th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
4th in descent from Ensign Jeremiah Whipple. 
3d in descent from David Whipple. 
7th in descent from William Bullard. 
6th in descent from Samuel Fisher. 
6th in descent from Ensign Eleazer Metcalf. 
6th in descent from William Sabin. 
6th in descent from George Barstow. 
6th in descent from Edward Hall. 
6th in descent from John Tower. 
6th in descent from John Read. 
5th in descent from John Read. 
5th in descent from Simon Slocomb, Sr. 
4th in descent from Captain Simon Slocomb. 
3d in descent from Ensign John Hall. 

29 WHITE, WILLIAM CHESTER, Duluth. 1423 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Daniel White. 
4th in descent from Captain Daniel White. 
4th in descent from Daniel Hayes. 

39 WHITE, WILLIAM GARDINER, St. Paul. 1570 

7th in descent from Nathaniel White. 

95 WHITNEY, FRANK IRVING, St. Paul. 2316 

8th in descent from John Alden. 

12 Whitney, Harry Edward, Faribault. 1406 

6th in descent from Moses Whitney. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
7th in descent from Jonathan Wade. 



35 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Ken 
tucky was chartered by the General Society on the 
I9th of December, 1895. On the 23d of December 
the members met at the residence of Dr. Thomas 
Page Grant, Louisville, and formed an organization, 
adopted a constitution, and elected part of the offi 
cers, and after a social session, adjourned, to hold 
a General Court on the 8th of January, 1896. The 
time for holding the annual General Courts was 
fixed for the I3th of May the anniversary of the 
settlement of Jamestown, Virginia. 

On the 8th of January a General Court was held, 
and the remainder of the officers were elected, and 
the Court adjourned to meet at the call of the Gov 
ernor. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. 

Governor. 
THOMAS PAGE GRANT, M.D. 

Deputy-Governor. 
CAPTAIN ALEXANDER McCoMB WETHERILL, U. S. A. 

Lieutenant- Cover nor. 
DANIEL LINN GOOCH. 

Treasurer. 
GARY HARRISON BACON. 

Louisville. 

Registrar. 
CHARLES JULIAN CLARKE GRANT. 

Secretary. 
WILLIAM LAFON HALSEY. 

Louisville. 

Historian. 
CHARLES HENRY TODD, M.D. 

Surgeon. 
HERVEY MCDOWELL, M.D. 



352 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

To serve for one year. 

PAUL JONES, BENJAMIN LABREE, 

ANDERSON CHENAULT QUISSENBERRY. 

To serve for two years. 

CAPT. ALEX. McCoMB WETHERILL, CHARLES HENRY GERE, 
HOWARD STEELE RODGERS. 

To serve for three years. 

MATHEW LOVE AKERS, DAVID MAY JONES, 

FRANK GILBERT KNEELAND. 

Committee on Membership. 

CHARLES JULIAN CLARKE GRANT, WILLIAM LAFON HALSEY, 
MATHEW LOVE AKERS, CARY HARRISON BACON. 



353 



KENTUCKY. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

14 AKERS, MATHEW LOVE, Louisville. 1530 

5th in descent from Abraham Miller. 

8 Bacon, Gary Harrison, Louisville. 1195 

6th in descent from Joshua Fry. 
6th in descent from Dr. Thomas Walker. 

1 8 CAINE, PAUL, Louisville. 1831 

loth in descent from Peter Montague. 

13 GERE, CHARLES HENRY, Lincoln, Neb. 2094 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

12 GOOCH, DANIEL LINN, Covington. 1313 

4th in descent from Henry Griffith. 
7th in descent from Major-Gen. John Hammond. 
8th in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 

7 Grant, Charles Julian Clarke, Louisville. 1194 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

i Grant, Thomas Page, M.D., Louisville. 607 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

4 Halsey, William Laf on, Louisville. 1191 
7th in descent from Thomas Halsey. 

21 HALSEY, EDMUND TRYON, Louisville. 2357 

7th in descent from Thomas Halsey. 

3 Jones, David May, Harrodsburg. 1190 

5th in descent from Captain Samuel Meredith. 

1 1 Jones, Paul, Cincinnati, O. 1342 

5th in descent from Captain Samuel Meredith. 

5 LaBree, Benjamin, Louisville. 1192 
4th in descent from James Humphries. 

354 



KENTUCKY. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

17 KNEELAND, FRANK GILBERT, St. Louis, Mich. 1772 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

22 MCDOWELL, EDWARD CAMPBELL, Jr., Covington. 2461 

5th in descent from Samuel McDowell, Sr. 

1 6 MCDOWELL, HERVEY, M.D., Cynthiana, Ky. 1532 

4th in descent from Samuel McDowell, Sr. 

20 MOFFETT, DARIUS LAUDEN, Williamsburg. 2284 

7th in descent from Governor William Nelson. 

10 Quisenberry, Anderson Chenault, Washington, D.C. 1312 
4th in descent from Mathew Mullins. 

15 RODGERS, HOWARD STEELE, Covington. 1531 

6th in descent from Captain James Allen. 

9 Todd, Charles Henry, M.D., Owensboro. 1196 

2d in descent from Lieutenant Isaac Shelby. 
3d in descent from Captain Evan Shelby. 

19 TRACY, ROBERT SYLVESTER, Sturgis, Mich. 2010 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
7th in descent from Governor William Leete. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Chittenden. 

2 Wetherill, Captain Alexander Macomb, 6th Infantry, 271 

U.S.A. 
4th in descent from Captain Jacob Morgan. 



355 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
California was instituted in the United States Gov 
ernment Building at the City of Los Angeles on 
November 30, 1895, by nineteen gentlemen, and a 
Charter was granted by the General Society on De 
cember 19, 1895. 

Eligibility for membership is the same as pre 
scribed by Article II. of the Constitution of the Gen 
eral Society, except that collaterals are not admitted. 

The first General Court and dinner were held at 
Los Angeles on March 7, 1896, at which time a per 
manent Code of By-Laws was adopted. 

The time for holding the General Court is Decem 
ber 21, " Forefathers Day." 

The flag of this Society is argent, a cross of Saint 
George gules; an escutcheon or, bordered sable, 
charged with a grizzly bear, passant, proper, under 
the motto Eureka." 

The Great Seal is described as follows: viz: 

Within a beaded annulet, a title scroll, "Society 
of Colonial Wars in the State of California, 1542- 
1775," surrounding a group of Colonial weapons; 
over all a shield Quarterly. I. and IV. : Gules a tower 
triple-towered, or (Castile). II. and III. : Argent, 
a lion rampant gules, crowned, or (Leon). Upon 
a chief of the last a grizzly bear, passant, proper, 
(California.) 



356 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 
WARS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

Elected at the General Court, December 21, 1897, 
for the year 1898. 

Governor. 

HOLDRIDGE OZRO COLLINS. 

Deputy- Governor. 
HON. ERSKINE MAYO Ross. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
SPENCER ROANE THORPE. 

Secretary. 
CHARLES PUTNAM FENNER, 

930 S. Flower St., Los Angeles. 

Treasurer. 
FRANK PUTNAM FLINT, 

First and Spring Sts., Los Angeles. 

Registrar. 
EDWARD THOMAS HARDEN. 

Historian. 
BRADNER WELLS LEE. 

Chancellor. 
GEORGE JULES DENIS. 

Surgeon. 
JOHN RANDOLPH HAYNES, M.D. 

Chaplain. 
REVEREND ALEXANDER Moss MERWIN. 



357 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
HARRISON BABCOCK ALEXANDER, MOTLEY HEWES FLINT, 
GEORGE ELI HALL, HON. ELISHA WILLIAMS McKws- 

WILLARD ATHERTON NICHOLS, TRY, LL.D. 
ISAAC HILLIARD POLK, FRANK CLARKE PRESCOTT, 

FREDERICK HASTINGS RINDGE, HON. CAMERON ERSKINE THOM. 

Committee on Membership. 

GEORGE JULES DENIS, EDWARD THOMAS HARDEN, 

FRANK PUTNAM FLINT, BRADNER WELLS LEE, 

SPENCER ROANE THORPE. 

Committee on Historical Documents. 

BRADNER WELLS LEE, Chair- REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, D.D., 
man Ex-officio, PHILLIP KING BROWN, M.D., 

MILLARD TRACY HARTSON. 

Committee on Entertainments. 

GEORGE JULES DENIS, CHARLES PUTNAM FENNER, 

FRANK PUTNAM FLINT, FRANK CLARKE PRESCOTT, 

JOHN RANDOLPH HAYNES, M.D. 

SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER. 

The "San Francisco Chapter of the Society of 
Colonial Wars in the State of California," was or 
ganized on February 3, 1898, under the provisions 
of Article XV. of the State Society By-Laws. 

The following gentlemen were elected its officers: 

President. 
HON. ELISHA WILLIAMS MCKINSTRY. 

Vice- President. 

CAPTAIN ALBERT HENRY PAYSON. 
Local Secretary and Ex-officio Treasurer. 

HON. GEORGE ELI HALL. 

Committee on Membership. 

PHILLIP KING BROWN, M.D., GEORGE TIMOTHY KLINK. 

Committee on Entertainment. 

FREDERICK SCHANDER MOODY, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS BREWER. 

358 



CALIFORNIA. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

41 ALEXANDER, HARRISON BABCOCK, San Gabriel. 2206 

8th in descent from Captain George Barber. 

45 AVERY, ASAHEL GEORGE, Spokane, Wash. 2210 

8th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

29 BREWER, ALFRED LEE, D.D. , San Mateo. 2078 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas LefTingwell. 

7 Brewer, Rev. William Augustus, San Mateo. 1200 

9th in descent from Major William Chittenden. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 
7th in descent from Josiah Winslow. 
7th in descent from Elder John Strong. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Leffingwell. 

44 BROWN, PHILLIP KING, M.D., San Francisco. 2209 

8th in descent from William Blake. 

38 COLLINS, CHARLES LEE, Lieut. U.S.A., Whipple Bar- 2203 

racks, Arizona. 
7th in descent from James Coffin. 

i Collins, Holdridge O?ro, Los Angeles. 23 

9th in descent from Deacon Stephen Hart. 
9th in descent from John Plumb. 
9th in descent from Hugh Calkin. 
8th in descent from Sergeant William Hough. 
8th in descent from Sergeant John Bronson. 
8th in descent from Mathese Blanchan. 
7th in descent from Louis DuBois. 
7th in descent from David Provoost. 
7th in descent from Cornells Barentsen Slecht. 
7th in descent from Thomas Swartwout. 
7th in descent from Arthur Perry. 

359 



CALIFORNIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Anthony Thompson. 

7th in descent from Sergeant John Lewis, Jr. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Hickox, Sr. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Isaac Bronson. 

7th in descent from Sergeant Stephen Upson, Sr. 

6th in descent from Captain Stephen Upson, Jr. 

6th in descent from Abraham DuBois. 

6th in descent from RoelofT Swartwout. 

6th in descent from Captain Arie Roosa. 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Jonathan Beebe. 

33 DARNEAL, HERVEY, Alameda. 2082 

7th in descent from Sergeant Richard Hubbell. 

2 Denis, George Jules, Los Angeles. 1 1 40 
6th in descent from William Hall. 

30 DIMOND, EDWIN RODOLPH, San Francisco. 2079 

6th in descent from Captain Moses Dimon. 

39 DOOLITTLE, GEORGE TILTON, M.D., Spokane, Wash. 2204 
4th in descent from Captain Thaddeus Cook. 

3 Elderhin, William Anthony, Lieut. -Colonel, U.S.A., 1184 

Chicago, 111. 
4th in descent from Colonel Jedediah Elderkin. 

4 Fenner, Charles Putnam, Los Angeles. 1185 
6th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 

3d in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 
8th in descent from Thomas Buckingham. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Putnam. 
4th in descent from Brig.-Gen. Rufus Putnam. 

22 Flint, Frank Putnam, Los Angeles. 1682 

6th in descent from Thomas Flint. 

21 Flint, Motley Hewes, Los Angeles. 1681 

6th in descent from Thomas Flint. 

32 HALL, CHARLES LANDER, St. Michael, Alaska. 2081 

4th in descent from Private Timothy Hall. 

360 



CALIFORNIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

31 HALL, GEORGE ELI, San Francisco. 2080 

4th in descent from Private Timothy Hall. 

8 Harden, Edward Thomas, Los Angeles. 1197 

5th in descent from Colonel John Palmer. 
4th in descent from Benjamin Baker. 

43 HARTSON, MILLARD TRACY, Spokane, Wash. 2208 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

40 HAWLEY, WALTER AUGUSTUS, Santa Barbara. 2205 

8th in descent from Joseph Hawley. 

19 Haynes, John Randolph, M.D., Los Angeles. 1362 
6th in descent from Trooper Ephraim Fellows. 

25 KLINK, GEORGE TIMOTHY, San Francisco. 1685 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Robert Sedgwick. 

26 KLINK, WILLIAM MARCY. 1686 
8th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

10 Lee, Bradner Wells, Los Angeles. H9 8 

9th in descent from Ensign Hugh Welles. 
8th in descent from Captain Thomas Welles. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Noah Welles. 

20 MCKINSTRY, ELISHA WILLIAMS, San Francisco. 1398 
8th in descent from John Alden. 

8th in descent from Governor William Pynchon. 
7th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
6th in descent from Major William Bradford. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant William Pratt. 
7th in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
7th in descent from Major William Whiting. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant William Backus. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Whiting. 
6th in descent from Lieut.-Col. John Allyn. 
5th in descent from Colonel William Whiting. 

14 Merwin, Reverend Alexander Moss, Pasadena. 1203 

7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

3 6, 



CALIFORNIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

36 MOODY, FREDERICK SCHANDER, San Mateo. 2085 

9th in descent from Joris Jansen de Rapaljie. 

5 Nichols, Henry Atherton, Redlands. 1186 
loth in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 

loth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

9th in descent from Major-General Daniel Denison. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 

8th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 

7th in descent from Nicholas Gilman. 

6th in descent from Colonel Daniel Gilman. 

6 Nichols, Willard Atherton, Redlands. 1 1 87 
9th in descent from Captain Edmund Greenleaf. 

9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
8th in descent from Major-Gen. Daniel Denison. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Pickering. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 
6th in descent from Nicholas Gilman. 
5th in descent from Colonel Daniel Gilman. 

ii Osgood, Captain Josiah *Alon%p, Los Angeles. 1199 

6th in descent from Captain John Osgood, Jr. 

23 PAYSON, ALBERT HENRY, San Mateo. 1683 

7th in descent from Philip Eliot. 

42 POLK, ISAAC MILLIARD, Los Angeles. 2207 

3d in descent from Colonel Thomas Polk. 

34 POST, FRANK TRUMAN, Spokane, Wash. 2083 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Post. 

15 PRESCOTT, FRANK CLARKE, Redlands. 1358 

9th in descent from Captain Peregrine White. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

35 RINDGE, FREDERICK HASTINGS, Santa Monica. 2084 
8th in descent from Quartermaster Robert Kinsman. 

1 7 Ross, Er shine Mayo, Los Angeles. 1 360 

4th in descent from John Mayo. 

362 



CALIFORNIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

37 STANTON, JOSIAH RUMBALL, Paymaster U. S. N. 2086 

7th in descent from Captain Samuel Brocklebank. 

27 STOUT, JOHN KENNEDY, Spokane, Wash. 1766 
9th in descent from Walter Palmer. 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Miner. 
7th in descent from Ensign Clement Miner. 

1 8 Thorn, Cameron Er shine, Los Angeles. 1361 

3d in descent from John Mayo. 

12 Thorpe, Andrew Roane, Los Angeles. 1202 
3th in descent from Patrick Henry. 

13 Thorpe, Spencer Roane, Los Angeles. 1201 
4th in descent from Patrick Henry. 

28 WRIGHT, WILLIAM HAMMOND, Lick Observatory. 1 767 
8th in descent from John Carter. 



363 



Hn flDemoriam 



9 Harry IVoodnille Latham, died May 14, 1896. 

Harry Woodville Latham was born in Lynchburg, 
Va., September 30, 1862, died in Pasadena, Cal., and 
was the son of George Woodville Latham, an officer of 
the staff of General Robert E. Lee during the War of the 
Rebellion, and Louise Caroline Calhoun, his wife, of 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

His youth was passed in Bridgeport, whence he 
entered Yale College, from which he was graduated 
with the degree of A. B. in the class of 1883. He sub 
sequently entered the Law School of Columbia College, 
and ultimately became associated professionally with 
the law firm of Seward, Griswold. Guthrie and Da Costa, 
of New-York. 

In 1887, by reason of failing health, he went to Cali 
fornia, locating at Los Angeles, where he commenced an 
active professional career, which terminated only with 
his death. 

He was a zealous member of the California Society 
Sons of the Revolution, and upon the organization of 
the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of California, 
he was unanimously chosen the first Secretary. 

His mother was daughter of the late Philo Calhoun, 
well known in New- York City as President of the 
Fourth National Bank. 

Through his mother, Mr. Latham was descended 
from Captain Thomas Fitch, Captain David Sherman, 
Matthew Mitchell, Thomas Sherwood, Joseph Hawley 
and Samuel Sherman, ancestors distinguished in the 
early military and civil history of Connecticut. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF COLORADO. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Colo 
rado was instituted in Denver, April 10, 1896, and 
Chartered by the General Society, May 7, 1896. 

The First Court of the Society was held at the 
State Capitol, Denver, on May 22, 1896. 

The First Business Court of the Society was held 
at the Society s rooms in the Boston Building, Den 
ver, on November 16, 1896. 

The First General Court and annual dinner of the 
Society was held at the Brown Palace Hotel, Den 
ver, on the evening of December 19, 1896. The 
Second General Court was held at Colorado Springs, 
December 18, 1897. 



365 



OFFICERS, GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL AND COM- 

MITTEES OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL 

WARS IN THE STATE OF COLORADO. 

Elected at the Second General Court, held at Colo 
rado Springs, December 18, 1897. 

Governor. 
JOEL FREDERICK VAILE. 

Deputy-Governor. 
HENRY LE BRETON WILLS. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
NATHAN FRANKLIN TRUMBULL. 

Secretary. 
CLIFTON SHARP THOMPSON, 

304 Equitable Building, Denver. 

Deputy- Secretary. 
JAMES THOMAS ANDERSON, 

Colorado Springs. 

Treasurer. 
GEORGE WEBSTER PEIRCE, 

Denver. 

Registrar. 
JOHN WRIGHT BARROWS. 

Historian. 
EDWARD DARWIN UPHAM. 

Chancellor. 
HENRY WISE HOBSON. 

Chaplain. 
RIGHT REVEREND JOHN FRANKLIN SPALDING. 

Surgeon. 
CHARLES NELSON HART, M.D. 

366 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term Expiring 1898. 
BENJAMIN BOWDEN LAWRENCE, THOMAS WALN-MORGAN DRAPER. 

Term Expiring 1899. 
HOWARD BIGELOW DANIELS, JOSEPH NICKERSON BAXTER. 

Term Expiring 1900. 
FRANCIS CRISSEY YOUNG, EDWARD JAMES ARMSTRONG ROGERS. 

Committee on the Study of American History in the 

Schools of Colorado. 

PROF. WILLIAM F. SLOCUM, 

PROF. EDGAR R. DOWNS, JOHN H. DENISON. 

Committee on Historical Documents and Library. 

JOSEPH FARRAND TUTTLE, JR., 
EDWARD LOWELL KELLY, JOHN WRIGHT BARROWS. 

Stewards. 

HENRY ROGER WOLCOTT, HENRY WISE HOBSON, 

BENIAMIN BOWDEN LAWRENCE. 



367 



COLORADO. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

43 ANDERSON, JAMES THOMAS, Lieutenant U.S.A. 1431 

5th in descent from Silas Bent. 

5 Barrows, John Wright, Denver. 1 503 

9th in descent from Robert Seaver. 
8th in descent from Nathaniel Seaver. 
7th in descent from John Clark. 
7th in descent from Robert Williams. 
7th in descent from Deacon William Parke. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Abel Wright. 
6th in descent from Peter Cross. 

30 BARTLETT, SIDNEY ROLAND, M.D., Colorado Springs. 1740 
7th in descent from Colonel John Lane. 

9 Baxter, Joseph Nicker son, Denver. 1 507 

7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 

40 BLACKMER, HENRY MYRON, Colorado Springs. 2024 

9th in descent from Captain Nicholas Peck. 
9th in descent from Aaron Stark. 
8th in descent from George Robinson. 
7th in descent from Thomas Willmarth. 

23 BOOTH, CHARLES AUSTIN, Captain, 7th U.S. Infantry, 1564 

Fort Logan. 
6th in descent from Sergeant John Booth. 

47 BROOKS, FRANKLIN ELI, Colorado Springs. 2189 

9th in descent from John Bigelow. 

49 BROWN, JAMES HENRY, Denver. 2191 

9th in descent from Nicholas Desborough. 
8th in descent from Captain Henry Crane, Sr. 
7th in descent from Captain Henry Crane, Jr. 

368 



COLORADO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

27 CURTIS, RODNEY, Denver. 1662 

8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 

45 DANIELS, HOWARD BIGELOW, Colorado Springs. 1693 

8th in descent from John Bigelow. 

21 DENISON, CHARLES, M.D., Denver. 1562 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

36 DENISON, JOHN HENRY, Denver. 1811 

7th in descent from Captain George Denison. 

26 DEWEY, CHAUNCEY EDWARD, Denver. 1593 

9th in descent from Cornet Thomas Dewey. 
nth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Tracy. 

35 DOWNS, EDGAR ROLLIN, Denver. 1810 

9th in descent from Joseph Wright. 
8th in descent from Matthew Bridge. 
7th in descent from John Hubbard. 
7th in descent from Captain Thomas Peirce. 
6th in descent from Samuel Peirce. 
7th in descent from Captain Edward Johnson. 
6th in descent from Major William Johnson. 
7th in descent from John Bigelow. 
6th in descent from Joshua Bigelow. 

2 Draper, Thomas Wain-Morgan, Colonel, Denver. 5 

5th in descent from James Draper, 2d. 
4th in descent from Captain James Draper, 3d. 
9th in descent from Nicholas Newlin. 
8th in descent from Anthony Morris, 2d. 
7th in descent from John Barnard, 2d. 
6th in descent from John Barnard, 3d. 
6th in descent from Samuel Carpenter. 
5th in descent from Joshua Child. 
5th in descent from William Fishbourne. 

369 



COLORADO, 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

i Dwight, Arthur Smith, El Paso, Texas. 256 

7th in descent from Colonel Benjamin Church. 
6th in descent from Rev. Timothy Edwards. 

42 FLEMING, DAVID LAW, D.D., Leadville. 2099 

4th in descent from James Barry. 

10 Gorham, Austin Goddard, Denver. 1508 

6th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
5th in descent from Colonel John Gorham. 
4th in descent from Colonel Shubael Gorham. 
8th in descent from John Tilley. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Anthony Thatcher. 
6th in descent from Colonel John Thatcher. 
6th in descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 

32 HART, CHARLES NELSON, M.D., Denver. 1742 

8th in descent from Deacon Stephen Hart. 
9th in descent from Captain Nicholas Olmstead. 
9th in descent from Hon. Philip Sherman. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
8th in descent from Thomas Gridley, 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Nathaniel Porter. 
7th in descent from Governor John Webster. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Webster. 
7th in descent from Hon. Richard Treat. 
7th in descent from Arthur Smith. 
7th in descent from John Norton, Sr. 
7th in descent from Thomas North, Sr. 
7th in descent from Captain John Hart, 2d. 
7th in descent from Samuel Lothrop. 

25 HOBSON, HENRY WISE, Denver. 1815 

9th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Littleton. 
8th in descent from Colonel Edmund Scarburgh. 
6th in descent from Colonel Tully Robinson. 

48 JOHNSON, CHARLES ALFRED, Denver. 2190 

8th in descent from Lieutenant James Johnson. 

370 



COLORADO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

46 JOHNSON, OTIS STAFFORD, Colorado Springs. 2188 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Johnson. 

1 3 Kelly, Edward Lowell, i st Lieut, i st Infantry, N. G. C. , 1511 

Denver. 

4th in descent from Jonathan Kelly. 
9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 
9th in descent from Francis Cooke. 
8th in descent from Jacob Cooke. 
8th in descent from Edward Dotey. 
8th in descent from Captain Samuel Foot. 

33 KELLY, LUTHER SAGE, Governor s Island, New-York. 1830 
3d in descent from Jonathan Kelly. 

1 1 Lawrence, Benjamin Bowden, Denver. 1 509 

5th in descent from Colonel Philip Livingston. 

41 MORSE, SAMUEL WILLARD, Monterey. Mexico. 2025 

9th in descent from Richard Thayer. 
8th in descent from Richard Sares. 
7th in descent from Captain Paul Sears. 
8th in descent from George Willard. 
8th in descent from George Abbot. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant Richard Ellis. 
7th in descent from John Guild. 
6th in descent from Samuel Guild. 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Guild. 
7th in descent from Captain Joseph Hills. 
7th in descent from John Woodcock. 
6th in descent from Captain John Waite. 

6 Peirce, George Webster, Denver. 1504 

6th in descent from Joseph Peirce. 
4th in descent from Captain William Peirce. 
3d in descent from Captain Gad Peirce. 

31 ROGERS, EDMUND JAMES ARMSTRONG, M.D., Denver. 1741 
3d in descent from Major James Rogers. 



COLORADO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

24 SAMPLE, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL WELSHER, Denver. 1814 

4th in descent from Captain William Steele. 

15 SARGENT, FREDERICK HOMER, ist Lieut, i2th U.S. 1539 

Infantry. 
6th in descent from John Sargent. 

34 SLOCUM, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Colorado Springs. 1809 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

3 Spalding, Rt. Rev. John Franklin, Bishop of Colo- 260 

rado, Denver, 
^th in descent from John Spalding. 

39 SUTTON, ASAHEL, Colorado Springs. 1834 

8th in descent from Captain John Underhill. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Robert Feake. 

12 Thompson, Clifton Sharp, Denver. 1510 

7th in descent from John Thomson. 
9th in descent from Robert Waterman. 
9th in descent from Edmund Tillson. 
9th in descent from John Whitman. 
8th in descent from Francis Cooke. 
8th in descent from Christopher Wadsworth. 

8 Trumbull, Nathan Franklin, Denver. 1 506 

6th in descent from Lieutenent Phineas Upham. 
6th in descent from Colonel William Randolph. 
5th in descent from Isham Randolph. 

44 TUCKER, BEVERLY, M.D., Colorado Springs. 2100 

5th in descent from General Hugh Mercer. 

1 8 TUTTLE, JOSEPH FARRAND, JR., Denver. 1542 

8th in descent from Captain Thomas Munson. 

14 Upham, Edward Darwin, Denver. 1512 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 
8th in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 
6th in descent from Moses Whitney. 

1 6 VAILE, JOEL FREDERICK, Denver. 1540 
9th in descent from William Brewster. 

372 



COLORADO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

8th in descent from Jonathan Brewster. 

9th in descent from Captain George Watson. 

9th in descent from Francis Eaton. 

9th in descent from Dr. Samuel Fuller. 

8th in descent from Rev. Samuel Fuller. 

9th in descent from Humphrey Turner. 

9th in descent from John Shaw. 

9th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

9th in descent from Stephen Hopkins. 

8th in descent from Captain William Bond. 

7th in descent from Lieut.-Col. Jonas Bond. 

8th in descent from Andrew Ring. 

8th in descent from Samuel Eaton. 

8th in descent from Lieutenant James Trowbridge. 

7th in descent from Rev. Grindal Rawson. 

7th in descent from Edward Rawson. 

7th in descent from Hon. Ebenezer Stone. 

19 WHEATON, FRANK, Major-General U.S.A. Retired. 1560 
8th in descent from Rev. John Wilson. 
8th in descent from Sergeant Edward Smith. 
6th in descent from Sergeant Benjamin Smith. 
5th in descent from Captain Simon Smith. 
7th in descent from Major Thomas Fenner. 
7th in descent from Captain John Whipple. 
7th in descent from Thomas Olney. 
5th in descent from Captain James Olney. 
7th in descent from Secretary Edward Rawson. 
6th in descent from Rev. Grindal Rawson. 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Stephen Rawson. 
7th in descent from Richard Borden. 
6th in descent from Thomas Borden. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gardner. 
7th in descent from Stephen Arnold. 
7th in descent from William Carpenter. 
7th in descent from William Harris. 

373 



COLORADO. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6th in descent from Captain Arthur Fenner. 
6th in descent from Lieutenant John Burrill. 
5th in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 
5th in descent from Joseph Mansfield. 

38 WILLS, HENRY LE BRETON, Colorado Springs. 1813 

7th in descent from Captain Stephen Greenleaf. 

22 WOLCOTT, EDWARD OLIVER, U.S. Senator from 1563 

Colorado. 
5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

20 WOLCOTT, HENRY ROGER, Denver. 1561 

5th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

29 WOOD, FRANC OGILVY, Colorado Springs. 1739 

6th in descent from Captain Joseph Wadsworth. 

37 YOUNG, FRANCIS CRISSEY, W. Denver. 1812 

7th in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew. 
6th in descent from Thomas Tupper, Jr. 
4th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Swift. 



374 



Hn flDemoriam. 



7 Fisher, William Garrett, died April 6, 1897. 
28 EDSALL, THOMAS HENRY, died October 26, 1897. 

William Garrett Fisher was born in Cambridge, 
Washington County, New-York, July n, 1844, and 
died in New-York City. 

He was a " Charter Member" and " Gentleman of 
the Council" of the Society of Colonial Wars in the 
State of Colorado. 

He was the surviving member of the firm of Daniels 
& Fisher, and was universally loved and esteemed. He 
was a member of the Colorado Society of Sons of the 
Revolution, and one of its Board of Managers. He was 
a member of Lincoln Post, G. A. R., and served three 
years during the War of the Rebellion. 

In August, 1873, he married Miss Mary Frances Cherry, 
of Saratoga, N. Y., who survives him, also two chil 
dren, Barbara and Sherman. 

Mr. Fisher was a direct lineal descendant of the Hon. 
Philip Sherman, and Philip de la Noye, of the Dedham, 
Massachusetts, Fishers, the Hartford family of Warners, 
and the Carswels. 

Thomas Henry Edsall, born in New-York City, Octo 
ber 7, 1840, and died at Colorado Springs, Colorado. 
Graduated at Brown University, B. A., 1861. Commis 
sioned Adjutant i76th Regiment, N. Y. Vols., 1862, 
until close of 1863. Admitted to the New- York Bar in 
1865. Member of New-York Genealogical and Bio 
graphical Society, founder and vice-president New- York 
Society of Sons of the Revolution, organizer of the 
New-York University Club, Member and Founder of 
the Colorado Society of Sons of the Revolution, Colorado 
Commandery of the Loyal Legion, Holland Society of 
New-York, Gentleman of the Council, Society of Colonial 
Wars in Colorado, member of the El Paso Club, and 
President of the Cheyenne Mountain Country Club at 
Colorado Springs. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF IOWA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Iowa was organized under charter granted by the 
General Society, May 7, 1896, and incorporated 
under the laws of the State of Iowa, November 
26, 1897. 

The first Court of the Society was held in 
Dubuque, Iowa, May 30, 1896. The General Court 
of the Society is held annually on " Louisburg 
Day," June i7th. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF IOWA. 

Governor. 
JUDSON KEITH DEMING. 

Deputy-Governor. 
SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
LAUREN CHASE EASTMAN. 

Secretary. 
HORACE GATES TORBERT, 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Treasurer. 
ISAAC STOVER BIGELOW, M. D., 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Registrar. 
PARKER STEWART WEBSTER. 

Historian. 
GEORGE ARTHUR GOODELL. 

Chaplain. 
REV. SAMUEL ROOSEVELT JOHNSON HOYT, D.D. 



377 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

WILLIAM PERRY BRADY, FRANK ASHLEY MILLARD, 

ESEK STEERE BALLORD, REV. WILLIAM SALTER, 

MARVIN BEMIS POOL, SILAS WRIGHT GARDINER, 

LESTER CLARK BISSELL, REV. CLINTON HOSMER WEAVER, 

PARKER STEWART WEBSTER. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee on Membership. 

JUDSON KEITH DEMING, ISAAC STOVER BIGELOW, M.D., 

PARKER STEWART WEBSTER, LESTER CLARK BISSELL, 
HORACE GATES TORBERT. 

Committee to Gather Historical Memorabilia. 

RT. REV. WILLIAM STEVENS REV. WILLIAM SALTER, 

PERRY, D.D., SILAS WRIGHT GARDINER, 

GEORGE ARTHUR GOODELL, ESEK STEERE BALLORD. 



378 



IOWA. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

1 Ballord, Eseh Steere, Davenport. 757 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Ballord. 

3d in descent from Zaccheus Ballord. 
8th in descent from Isaac Allerton. 
7th in descent from Thomas Clark. 
7th in descent from Simon Lynde. 
7th in descent from John Tower. 
6th in descent from John Oilman. 
6th in descent from James Gooch. 
6th in descent from Sir Charles Hobby. 
5th in descent from John Valentine. 

9 Bigelow, Isaac Stover, M.D., Dubuque. 1513 

9th in descent from John Bigelow. 

ii Bissell, Lester Clark, Dubuque. 1515 

6th in descent from Daniel Bissell. 

8 Brady, William Perry, Cedar Rapids. 1281 

3d in descent from John Brady. 

2 Deming, Judson Keith, Dubuque. 6 1 2 
8th in descent from Hon. John Deming. 

9th in descent from Sergeant Joseph Kellogg. 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Welles. 
9th in descent from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 
9th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
9th in descent from Lieutenant John Drury. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant James Judson. 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Judson. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Samuel Washburne. 
7th in descent from Captain James Lewis. 

5 Eastman, Lauren Chase, Clinton. 756 

6th in descent from Peter Tilton. 

379 



IOWA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO, 

15 Gardiner, Silas Wright, Clinton. 1519 

8th in descent from Lion Gardiner. 

7 Goodell, George Arthur, Cedar Rapids. 1 280 

5th in descent from Josiah Starr. 

13 Hoyt, Rev. Samuel Roosevelt Johnson, Davenport. 1517 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Bell. 

23 HUBBELL, FREDERICK COOPER, Des Moines. 2339 

8th in descent from Lieutenant John Hubbell. 

20 HUBBELL, FREDERICK MARION, Des Moines. 2199 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Hubbell. 

4 Millar d, Frank Ashley, Burlington. 1269 

7th in descent from Joseph Peck. 
6th in descent from Ephraim Peck. 

22 NUTTING, GRANT HOSFORD, Davenport. 2338 

9th in descent from John Nutting. 

21 NUTTING, JAMES RALPH, Davenport. 2337 
8th in descent from John Nutting. 

14 Perry, Rt. Rev. William Stevens, Davenport. 1518 
7th in descent from Thomas Eames. 

6 Pool, Marvin Bemis, Clinton. 1 1 50 

5th in descent from Captain Edmund Bemis. 

1 8 RICHARDSON, GEORGE HERBERT, Belmond. 2112 

6th in descent from Captain Jonathan Welles. 

17 Salter, Reverend William, Burlington. 2187 

6th in descent from Charles Frost. 

3 Smith, Hon. Samuel Francis, Davenport. 1282 

6th in descent from Captain John Gilman. 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 
7th in descent from Captain William White. 
7th in descent from Benjamin Kimball. 
5th in descent from John White. 

380 



IOWA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

10 Torbert, Horace Gates, Dubuque. 1514 

loth in descent from Governor William Coddington. 

1 6 Weaver, Reverend Clinton Hosmer, Davenport. 1520 

8th in descent from Major Benjamin Newberry. 

12 Webster, Parker Stewart, Dubuque. 1516 

9th in descent from Governor John Webster. 

24 WHEELER, BENJAMIN DUDLEY, Des Moines. 2365 

7th in descent from Captain Philip Wheeler. 

19 WHEELER, WILLIAM HENRY, Des Moines. 2113 

6th in descent from Captain- Philip Wheeler. 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Georgia was chartered by the General Society, 
November 18, 1896, and was organized at Savan 
nah, December 29, 1896, with a membership of 
eighteen, at which time the Officers and Gentlemen 
of the Council were chosen. 

The General Court is held on the I2th of Feb 
ruary, commemorating the landing of James Ed 
ward Oglethrope, and a chartered company of 
English colonists on the site of Savannah, founding 
the province of Georgia, February i, 1733, (O. S.) 



382 



OFFICERS, GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL AND 
STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Governor. 
JOHN AVERY GERE CARSON. 

Deputy-Governor. 
ANTHONY STODDARD BYERS. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
HUGH VERNON WASHINGTON. 

Secretary. 
JOHN HARRIS KINZIE, 

Savannah. 

Treasurer. 
FRANCIS FITCH JONES, 

Savannah. 

Registrar. 
WILLIAM RIDGELY LEAKEN. 

Historian. 
CHARLES FRANK WHITNER. 

Chancellor. 
WILLIAM WASHINGTON GORDON, JR. 

Surgeon. 
THOMAS PINCKNEY WARING, M.D. 



383 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

WILLIAM DANIEL GRANT, HENRY ROOTES JACKSON, 

JOHN THOMAS GLENN, HUGH HAGAN, M.D., 

JOHN MERIWETHER MCALLISTER, JEFFERSON RANDOLPH ANDERSON, 

JOHN WILLIAM GRANT, RICHARD HARRISON EARLE. 

Committee on Collection of Historical Documents and Records. 

CHARLES FRANK WHITNER, HUGH VERNON WASHINGTON, 

THOMAS PINCKNEY WARING, M.D. 

Committee on Instalation. 

WILLIAM WASHINGTON GORDON, FRANCIS FITCH JONES, 

JR. , THOMAS PINCKNEY WARING, M. D. , 

JOHN WILLIAM GRANT, JEFFERSON RANDOLPH ANDERSON. 

Committee on Membership. 

WILLIAM RIDGELY LEAKEN, FRANCIS FITCH JONES, 

WILLIAM WASHINGTON GORDON, HUGH HAGAN, M.D. 



384 



GEORGIA. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 

STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

6 Anderson, Jefferson Randolph, Savannah. 1663 

6th in descent from Thomas Jefferson. 

13 Byers, Anthony Stoddard, Atlanta. 1753 
6th in descent from Major Samuel Earle. 

1 Carson, John Avery Gere, Savannah. 1428 
9th in descent from Thomas Hynson. 

14 Earle, Richard Harrison, Marietta. 1754 
5th in descent from Major Samuel Earle. 

2 Gordon, William Washington, Jr., Savannah. 1537 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

8 Grant, John William, Atlanta. 1 748 
7th in descent from William Young. 

9 Grant, William Daniel, Atlanta. 1 749 
6th in descent from William Young. 

17 Glenn, John Thomas, Atlanta. 1757 
8th in descent from George Reade. 

15 Hagan, Hugh, Atlanta. 1755 
8th in descent from Richard Webb. 

12 Jackson, Henry Rootes, Marietta. 1752 

7th in descent from George Reade. 

3 Jones, Francis Fitch, Savannah. 1538 
9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

1 8 Kin^ie, John Harris, Savannah. 1758 
8th in descent from Governor Roger Wolcott. 

4 Leaken, William Ridgely, Savannah. 1539 
9th in descent from Colonel William Burgess. 

385 



GEORGIA. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

19 Neely, Robert Caldwett, Waynesboro. 2355 
8th in descent from Captain Jan Strycker. 

1 6 McAllister, John Meriwether, Atlanta. 1756 

8th in descent from George Reade. 

20 Pope, William Hayes, Sante Fe, N. M. -2356 
8th in descent from Colonel Nathaniel Pope. 

5 Waring, Thomas Pinckney, Savannah. 1548 

9th in descent from Governor James Moore. 
7th in descent from Sir Patrick Houston. 

10 Whitner, Charles Frank, Atlanta. 1750 
8th in descent from George Reade. 

11 Whitner, John Addison, Atlanta. 1751 
9th in descent from George Reade. 

7 Washington, Hugh Vernon, Macon. 874 

3d in descent from Samuel Hammond. 



386 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Michigan was organized in Detroit, April i, 1897, 
and chartered by the General Council, May 13, 1897. 
A Court was held November 18, 1897, and officers 
elected. 



387 



OFFICERS AND GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE 

OF MICHIGAN. 

Elected at a Court held in Detroit, November 18, 1897. 

Governor. 
FREDERICK TROWBRIDGE SIBLEY. 

Deputy-Governor. 
THEODORE HORATIO EATON. 

Secretary. 

CHARLES ALBERT DUCHARME, 

1 022 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit. 

Treasurer. 
JOHN NEWBURY BAGLEY. 

Registrar and Historian. 
HENRY WHIPPLE SKINNER. 

Chaplain. 
REV. DR. WILLIAM PRALL. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
RUFUS WOODWARD GILLETTE, HENRY HAWES MEDAY, 
TRUMAN HANDY NEWBERRY, EDWARD LOWERY WOODRUFF, 
SIDNEY TROWBRIDGE MILLER, BENJAMIN HAND SCRANTON. 



388 



MICHIGA N. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

17 AVERY, JOHN HERBERT, Detroit. 2392 

4th in descent from Captain Jonathan Eddy. 

1 1 Bagley, John Newbury, Detroit. 1 832 
loth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley. 

9th in descent from Governor Simon Bradstreet. 

9th in descent from Governor George Wyllys. 

9th in descent from Richard Saltonstall. 

8th in descent from Major John Pynchon. 

8th in descent from Captain Nathaniel Saltonstall. 

15 CLARK, REVEREND RUFUS WHEELWRIGHT, Detroit. 2390 
5th in descent from Nathaniel Clark. 

5 DuCharme, Charles Albert, Detroit. 1253 
9th in descent from Captain John Johnson. 

8th in descent from Captain Isaac Johnson. 

7th in descent from Lieutenant William Bartholomew. 

12 Eaton, Theodore Horatio, Detroit. 1854 
5th in descent from Hon. John Eatton. 

8th in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew. 

8th in descent from Jan Stryker. 

7th in descent from Samuel Edsall. 

7th in descent from Robert Burnett. 

7th in descent from Major John Talcott. 

6th in descent from Hon. John Read. 

5th in descent from Colonel John Read. 

4th in descent from John Herpin, Jr. 

1 6 GIBSON, EDWIN WELLS, Detroit. 2391 
4th in descent from Lieutenant Abraham Gibson. 

6 Gillette, Rufus Woodward, Detroit. 1254 
3d in descent from Lieutenant Shubael Griswold. 

3d in descent from Israel Woodward. 

389 



MICHIGAN. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7 Lathrop, Kirke, U.S. Consulate, Hanover, Germany. 1257 
5th in descent from Shubael Griswold. 

5th in descent from Israel Woodward. 

10 McMillan, William Charles, Detroit. 1483 

8th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg. 

1 Meday, Henry Hawes, Detroit. 694 
6th in descent from Daniel Hawes. 

8 Miller, Sidney Trowbridge, Detroit. 1310 
4th in descent from Captain Abraham Whipple. 

4 Newberry, Truman Handy, Detroit. 1 1 o i 

4th in descent from Captain Caleb Phelps. 

3 Prall, Rev. William, St. John s Church Rectory, 931 

Detroit. 
8th in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell. 

13 Skinner, Henry Whipple, Detroit. 1873 
7th in descent from Deputy-Gov. Samuel Symonds. 

6th in descent from Colonel Samuel Appleton. 
5th in descent from Major Isaac Appleton. 
7th in descent from Captain John Putnam. 
6th in descent from Captain Thomas Baker. 

2 Sibley, Frederick Trowbridge, Detroit. 790 
4th in descent from Captain Abraham Whipple. 

9 Scranton, Benjamin Hand, Detroit. 1363 
5th in descent from Captain Ichabod Scranton. 

1 4 Woodruff, Edward Lowery, Detroit. 1913 
9th in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew. 



390 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Wisconsin was organized at Kenosha, Wisconsin, 
on April 26, 1897, chartered by the General Society 
May 13, 1897, and incorporated under the Laws of 
the State of Wisconsin on August 5, 1897. 



391 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF WISCONSIN. 

Elected at a Court held December 22, 1897. 

Governor. 
WILLIAM WOLCOTT STRONG. 

Deputy-Governor. 

WYMAN KNEELAND FLINT. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
WILLIAM J. STARR. 

Secretary. 
ROBERT CAMP, 

404 East Water Street, Milwaukee. 

Treasurer. 
GRANT FITCH, 

Milwaukee. 

Registrar. 
WILLIAM CHESTER SWAIN. 

Genealogist. 
WILLIAM LYMAN MASON. 

Historian. 
ELLIS BAKER USHER. 

Chancellor. 
WILLIAM WARD WIGHT. 

Surgeon. 
NELSON ALONZO PENNOYER, M.D. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

JOHN WILLIAM PETERSON HON. WILLIAM HENRY UPHAM, 

LOMBARD, COL. WILLIAM KING COFFIN. 

Committee on Membership. 

WILLIAM WARD WIGHT, JOHN WILLIAM PETERSON LOM- 

WYMAN KNEELAND FLINT, BARD. 

392 



WISCONSIN. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

14 Brown, Charles Curtis, Kenosha. 1920 

8th in descent from William Phelps. 

25 CAMP, ROBERT, Milwaukee. 2281 
8th in descent from Major Nathan Gould. 

27 CAMP, THOMAS EDWARD, Milwaukee. 2283 

9th in descent from Lieutenant Thomas Benedict. 

26 CARPENTER, RICHARD, La Fayette, Ind. 2282 
8th in descent from John Greene. 

24 CLARK, ORLANDO ELMER, Appleton. 2175 

6th in descent from Major John Clark. 
7th in descent from Lieutenant John Drury. 

11 Coffin, William King, Eau Claire. 1852 
7th in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

13 Fitch, Grant, Milwaukee. i9 ! 9 

7th in descent from Thomas Fitch. 

22 FLINT, FRANCIS GARDINER, Bellows Falls, Vt. 2173 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Flint. 

19 FLINT, JOHN WYMAN, Bellows Falls, Vt. 2097 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Flint. 

6 Flint, Wyman Kneeland, Milwaukee. 1051 

6th in descent from Lieutenant John Flint. 

10 Kneeland, James, Milwaukee. 1917 

5th in descent from Edward Kneeland. 

12 Lombard, John William Peterson, Milwaukee. 1918 
7th in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

17 Mason, William Lyman, Milwaukee. 2095 

6th in descent from Captain Thomas Prentice. 

393 



WISCONSIN. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

15 Pennoyer, Nelson Alon^o, M.D., Kenosha. 1912 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Preserved Abell. 

3 Reade, Philip, Captain 3d Infantry, U.S.A., Fort 522 

Snelling, Minn. 

7th in descent from Captain William Reade. 
8th in descent from Major Simon Willard. 
7th in descent from Sergeant Ephraim Hildreth. 

20 SIMMONS, SAMUEL SWEET, Kenosha. 2098 
8th in descent from William Phelps. 

2 Slosson, Frank, Kenosha. 1659 

7th in descent from Captain James Avery. 

23 STARK, CHARLES GAGER, Milwaukee. 2174 

5th in descent from Aaron Stark. 

21 STARR, WILLIAM JAMES, Eau Claire. 2172 
7th in descent from Dr. Thomas Starr. 

i Strong, William Wolcott, Kenosha. 896 

9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 
8th in descent from Major William Bradford. 

9 Swain, William Chester, Milwaukee. 1916 

6th in descent from Major Jeremiah Swain. 
4th in descent from Sergeant John Swain. 
3d in descent from Rev. Joseph Swain. 
7th in descent from John Howland. 
7th in descent from Major Peter Bulkeley. 
6th in descent from Captain James Minott. 
6th in descent from Rev. John Hale. 
6th in descent from Humphrey Barrett. 
4th in descent from Colonel James Barrett. 

1 8 UNDERWOOD, HERBERT WIGHT, Milwaukee. 2096 

7th in descent from Captain John Guild. 

8 Usher, William Baker, La Crosse. 1915 

5th in descent from Captain John Lane. 
4th in descent from Captain Daniel Lane. 

394 



WISCONSIN. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

5 Upham, William Henry, Marshfield. 1050 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Phineas Upham. 

7 Wight, William Ward, Milwaukee. 1049 

9th in descent from Captain Matthew Allyn. 
8th in descent from Captain Benjamin Newberry. 
7th in descent from Captain John Mosely. 



395 



fln fDemoriam. 



Chandler Pease Chapman, died May 12 1897. 



He was born February 13, 1844, and was a Charter 
Member of the Society, and he was ninth in descent 
from Governor William Bradford, and eighth in descent 
from Major William Bradford. 




SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN 
THE STATE OF DELAWARE. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Dele- 
ware was incorporated by an Act of the General 
Assembly, passed March 18, 1897. 

Authority for organization from the General 
Society was granted May 13, 1897. 

The first Meeting of the Society was held on May 
29, 1897, upon which date a Constitution and set 
of By-Laws were adopted and Officers, Gentle 
men of the Council and Committees were elected 
to hold office until the General Council, to be held 
on March 29, 1898, or until their successors should 
be duly elected and qualified. 



397 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 
IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE. 

Elected at a Court held in Wilmington, May 29, 1897. 

Governor. 
HON. THOMAS FRANCIS BAYARD, 

Wilmington. 

Deputy-Governor. 
HON. JOHN REED NICHOLSON, 

Dover. 

Lieutenant- Governor. 
JOHN HENRY RODNEY, 

Wilmington. 

Secretary. 
WILLARD HALL PORTER, 

300 Equitable Building, Wilmington. 

Deputy- Secretary. 
CHRISTOPHER LONGSTRETH WARD, 

Wilmington. 

Treasurer. 
WILLIAM HENRY SWIFT, 

504 Equitable Building, Wilmington. 

Chancellor. 
HON. GEORGE GRAY. 

Historian. 
HON. EDWARD GREEN BRADFORD. 

Registrar. 
MAJOR JOHN RUMSEY BRINCKLE, 

Wilmington. 

Surgeon. 
HIRAM RODNEY BURTON, M.D. 

398 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

COL. WILLIAM A. LAMOTTE, HENRY RIDGELY, JR., 

Chairman, DR. THOMAS ROBINSON, 

FRANCIS NIXON BUCK, VICTOR DuPoNT, JR., 

JOSEPH WILKINS COOCH, JOSEPH SWIFT, 

ANDREW GRAY WILSON, PRESTON LEA. 



399 



DELAWARE. 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

24 BAYARD, THOMAS FRANCIS, Wilmington. 445 

4th in descent from Captain Charles Willing. 

8 Bradford, Edward Green, Wilmington. 1928 
9th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

15 BrinckU, John Rumsey, Wilmington. 1935 

5th in descent from Lieut.-Colonel John Brinckle. 

5 Buck, Francis Nixon, Wilmington. 1925 

5th in descent from Ensign Charles Bush. 

23 Burton, Hiram Rodney, M.D., Lewes. 1943 

6th in descent from William Rodney. 

20 Bush, George Washington, Jr., Wilmington. 1940 

5th in descent from Ensign Charles Bush. 

27 BUSH, JOSHUA DANFORTH, Wilmington. 2342 

5th in descent from Ensign Charles Bush. 

7 Cooch, John Wilkins, Coochs Bridge. 1927 

5th in descent from Captain Thomas Cooch. 

22 DuPont, Alexis Irenee, Wilmington. 1942 

5th in descent from Dr. Charles Ridgely. 

9 DuPont, Victor, Jr., Wilmington. 1929 
5th in descent from Ensign Zachariah Van Luvanigh. 

4 Frame, Thomas Clayton, Jr., Dover. 1924 

7th in descent from Captain John Clayton. 

12 Gray, Andrew Caldwell, Wilmington. 1932 

6th in descent from Andrew Caldwell. 

ii Gray, George, Wilmington. 1931 

5th in descent from Major Andrew Caldwell. 

400 



DELAWARE. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

1 Grubb, Ignatius Cooper, Wilmington. 1835 
6th in descent from John Grubb. 

1 6 LaMotte, William Alexander, Wilmington. 1936 
7th in descent from James Claypoole. 

21 Lea, Preston, Wilmington. 1941 

8th in descent from William Jenkins. 

26 MORRIS, WALTER, Dover. 2341 

4th in descent from Dr. Charles Ridgely. 

13 Nicholson, John Reed, Dover. 1933 
5th in descent from Chancellor William Killen. 

18 Porter, Will ard Hall, Wilmington. 1938 
4th in descent from Chancellor William Killen. 

25 RICHARDSON, HARRY ALDEN, Dover. 2340 

9th in descent from Major-Gen. Humphrey Atherton. 

3 Ridgely, Henry, Jr., Dover. 1923 

4th in descent from Dr. Charles Ridgely. 

10 Robinson, Thomas, M.D., Georgetown. 1930 

5th in descent from Lieutenant Peter Robinson. 

2 Rodney, John Henry, New Castle. 1922 
6th in descent from William Rodney. 

17 Swift, Joseph, Wilmington. 1937 
4th in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

14 Swift, William Henry, Wilmington. 1934 
4th in descent from Colonel Joseph Shippen. 

19 Ward, Chistopher Longstreth, Wilmington. 1939 
6th in descent from Ensign Charles Bush. 

6 Wilson, Andrew Gray, Wilmington. 1926 

5th in descent from Major Andrew Caldwell. 

401 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE 
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. 

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, was or 
ganized July 5, 1897, in the Senate Chamber, State 
House, Newport, and chartered by the General So 
ciety, December 21, 1897. A meeting was held in 
the building of the Historical Society, Newport, on 
August 1 2th, and temporary officers elected. The 
first Annual Court was held in the Newport Histori 
cal Society rooms, December 30, 1897, and officers 
elected for the ensuing year. 



402 



OFFICERS AND GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL OF THE 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE 

OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE 

PLANTATIONS. 

Elected at the First General Court, December 30, 1897. 

Governor. 
VALENTINE MOTT FRANCIS, M.D. 

Deputy-Governor. 
GENERAL HUNTER C. WHITE. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 
HORATIO R. STORER, M.D. 

Secretary. 
LEWIS F. BURROUGH, 

301 West Exchange Street, Providence. 

Treasurer. 
GEORGE C. NIGHTINGALE, 

Providence. 

Registrar. 
R. HAMMETT TILLEY. 

Historian. 
JOHN AUSTIN STEVENS. 

Chancellor. 
HAMILTON B. TOMPKINS. 

Chaplain. 
REV. R. R. HOES, U.S.N. 

403 



GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 

Term expiring 1900. 

GOVERNOR ELISHA DYER, WM. WATTS SHERMAN, 

HON. MELVILLE BULL. 

Term expiring 1899. 

COLONEL REGINALD NORMAN, JOHN PAGE SANBORN, 
COLONEL S. P. COLT. 

Term expiring 1898. 

WILFRED H. MONROE, HON. JOSHUA WILBUR, 

MARION McA. SMITH. 

STANDING COMMITTEE. 
Committee on By-laws. 

JOHN A. STEVENS, Chairman, R. HAMMETT TILLEY, 
HAMILTON B. TOMPKINS. 



404 



RHODE ISLAND. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Names of Charter Members are in Italics. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

27 BRAYTON, GENERAL CHARLES RAY, Providence. 2447 

7th in descent from Lieutenant Francis Brayton. 

14 Bull, Melville, Newport. 2289 

7th in descent from Governor Henry Bull. 

19 Burrough, Lewis Fairbr other, Lieutenant Naval Re 
serve, Providence. 2294 
8th in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams. 

i Colt, Samuel Pomeroy, Bristol. 1 74 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

10 Dyer, Elisha, Governor of Providence, Rhode Island. 2285 
7th in descent from William Dyer. 

11 Francis, Valentine Mott, M.D., Newport. 2286 
5th in descent from Surgeon John Cutler. 

25 Hazard, Rowland, Peacedale. 2300 

6th in descent from Robert Hazard. 
4th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Robinson. 

23 Hoes, Reverend Roswell Randall, U.S.N. 2298 

7th in descent from Major Brian Pendleton. 

9 Munro, Wilfred Harold, Providence. 465 

6th in descent from Lieutenant Perserved Abell. 

.26 MURDOCK, JOSEPH BALLARD, Lieutenant, U.S.N. 2448 

5th in descent from Captain Samuel Murdock. 

17 Nightingale, George Cor Us, Providence. 2292 

8th in descent from Deputy-Gov. John Greene, Jr. 
7th in descent from Captain John Gorham. 
7th in descent from Captain Randall Holden. 

.24 Norman, Hugh Kinsley, Newport. 2299 

8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

405 



RHODE ISLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

21 Norman, Reginald, Colonel Gov. Staff, Newport. 2296 
8th in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

3 Olney, George Washington, New- York City. 22 

7th in descent from Thomas Olney. 

5 Pell, Rowland, New-York City. 1 5 
7th in descent from Major John Pell. 

9th in descent from Governor Jeremiah Clarke. 

8th in descent from Governor Walter Clarke. 

8th in descent from Robert Hazard. 

6th in descent from Deputy-Gov. William Robinson. 

20 Sanborn, John Page, Newport. 2295 

4th in descent from Daniel Sanborn. 

6 Sherman, William Watts, Newport. 1891 
7th in descent from Captain Martin Cregier. 

15 Smith, Howard, Newport. 2290 
7th in descent from Edward Smith. 

7 Smith, Gouvorneur M., New- York City. 267 
5th in descent from Colonel Leonard Lispenard. 

22 Smith, Marion Me A., Newport. 2297 
8th in descent from Edward Smith. 

12 Stevens, John Austin, New- York City. 2287 
5th in descent from Ensign Erasmus Stevens. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant Erasmus Stevens. 
6th in descent from Major Benjamin Church. 

13 Storer, Horatio R. , Newport. 2288 
5th in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Storer. 

4th in descent from Lieutenant John Storer. 

1 6 Tittey, R. Hammett, Newport. 2291 
8th in descent from President John Coggeshall. 

8th in descent from President Roger Williams. 
8th in descent from Governor Nicholas Easton. 
7th in descent from Governor John Easton. 

406 



RHODE ISLAND. 
STATE SOCIETY NO. GENERAL SOCIETY NO. 

7th in descent from Captain Ralph Earle. 
7th in descent from Major John Coggeshall. 

8 Tompkins, Hamilton Bullock, New-York. 379 

7th in descent from John Alden. 

2 Varnum, James M., New- York City. 48 

6th in descent from Samuel Varnum. 

1 8 White, General Hunter Carson, Providence. 2293 

8th in descent from Thomas Harris, Sr. 

4 Wilbur, Joshua, Providence. 1120 

7th in descent from Edward Richmond. 



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March 25, 1893 


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April 5, 1893 


336 


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April 26, 1893 


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May 29, 1893 


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May 8, 1894 


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Nov. 12, 1894 


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Nov. 12, 1894 


122 


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78 


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May 13, 1895 


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May 14, 1895 


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Dec. 19, 1895 


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Dec. 19, 1895 


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May 13, 1897 


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May 13, 1897 


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May 13, 1897 


27 










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Dec. 21, 1897 


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210 


2366 



* Organized under auspices of the New- York Society, others chartered by the General 
Society on their respective dates. 

408 



GENERAL SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS, 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL, 
27 William Street, New-York City. 

The undersigned having compiled the General 
Society Registers for 1894, 1895, 1896 and 1897-98, 
takes this opportunity of thanking the officers 
and members of the Society for their kind assistance 
and co-operation in preparing the vast amount of 
material necessary for such publications, and es 
pecially for this edition, the last to be issued by the 
present Secretary-General. 

It is, of course, impossible to avoid all errors 
in such a task, but very few corrections have 
been reported to this office. It has been suggested 
that the references should be printed after each an 
cestor s name, but on account of space the idea 
was abandoned. The desired information may be 
obtained by applying to the Registrar General, giv 
ing the General Society number, or to the State So 
ciety Registrar, giving the State Society number. 

The degree of descent is counted by including the 
member and excluding the ancestor through whom 
eligibility is claimed. 

The matter relating to the various State Societies 
has been prepared by their officers, and the proofs 
corrected by them, so all correction of errors and 
notification of omissions should be sent to the Sec 
retary-General, through the Secretaries of the State 
Societies, that changes may be noted by them. 
Members should also send all corrections to the Reg 
istrar of their State Society. 

The Society is to be congratulated on an increase 
of 955 members, and upon the successful organiza 
tion of seven new State Societies since the last 
Register was issued. Many State Societies have 
permanent headquarters, the nucleus of valuable 
409 



libraries, and have erected interesting historical 
memorials. Members should take pride in their 
organization, which in rapid growth and success 
ful organization, stands second to none in this 
country. 

HOWLAND PELL, 
March 19, 1898. Secretary-General. 



410 





To be erected at Lake George, by the New York Society. 
Contributions from those interested in the effort to erect this 
memorial, and particularly from the descendants of participants in 
the Battle, will be appreciated by the Committee. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND 
DESCENDANTS. 

(ANCESTORS IN SMALL CAPS. THE NUMBER INDICATES THE 
PAGE.) 

A. & H. A. Co., Abbreviation for Member Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company of Boston. 



ABBEY, THOMAS, 1728, Capt. Apple- 
ton s Co. Wounded in the Great 
Swamp Fight. 
Stafford, William, 114. 
ABBOT, CAPTAIN ABIEL, 1741-1809, Wil 
ton, N. H. Commissioned Captain, 
1769. 

Wilbur, Rollin H., 153. 
Abbot, Francis E., 175. 
ABBOT, GEORGE, 1615-1681. In gar 
rison at Andover, Mass., King 
Philip s War, Major Thomas Sav 
age, Commander. 
Abbott, George B., 33. 
Carney, Sydney H., Jr., 47. 
Abbot, Francis E., 175. 
Abbot, Edgar W., 217. 
Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
Goss, Charles A., 332. 
Morse, WillardS., 371. 
ABBOT, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1704-1793. 2d 
Foot Co., Andover, 4th Regt., 
Militia, Essex Co., Mass., Col. 
Richard Saltonstall, 1754, French 
and Indian War. 
Abbot, Francis E., 33, 175. 
Abbot, Edwin H., 175. 
ABELL, LIEUTENANT PRESERVED, 1668- 
1724. Served in King Philip s 
War. Ensign, 1690. Lieutenant 
under Capt. Gallup, Sir William 
Phips Expedition against Canada, 
1690. 

Hill, Wm. S., 72. 
Munro, Wilfred H., 148, 405. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Hill, Henry B., 343. 
Pennoyer, Nelson A., 394. 
ADAMS, DANIEL, 1652-1713. Served 
under Major Willard in King 
Philip s War. 



Britton, Charles P., 43. 
ADAMS, ENSIGN EDWARD, 1630-1716. 
Ensign, 1681, 1702. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1689, 92, 1702, Colony 
of Mass. Bay. 

Adams, Edward M., 175. 

Leeds, Charles, 194. 

Adams, Edward M., 285 

Pierce, Frederick C., 298. 

Adams, John Quincy, 338. 

ADAMS, GEORGE, 1696. Served 

in Capt. Joseph Sill s Co., King 
Philip s War. 

Britton, Charles P., 43. 
ADAMS, LIEUTENANT HENRY, 1604-76. 
Lieutenant, Medfield, Mass., Mil 
itia; Deputy, 1659, et seq. A. 
& H. A. Co., 1652. Killed by the 
Indians, King Philip s War. 

Adams, Henry H., 33. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 

Stone, William E., 206. 

Rockwood, Charles G., Jr., 257. 

Cadle, Charles F., 310. 

Burrough, Lewis F., 405. 

ADAMS, JOHN, . Served under 

Thomas Prentice, Mount Hope 
Campaign, King Philip s War. 

Cutter, William R.,i83. 

ADAMS, JOHN, 1703, Burlington 

Co., N. J., Member House Rep 
resentatives, 1697. 

Middleton, H., 164. 
ADAMS, SERGEANT THOMAS, 1723-1790. 
Served under Capt. Stephen Whip- 
pie, Col. Plaisted s Regt., Mass. 
Troops, Expedition to Crown 
Point, 1756. Quality Sergeant 
in Capt. Whipple s Co., Col. 
Berie s Regt. at Fort Edward, 
1756. 

Adams, William Porter, 309. 



411 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ADAMS, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1713-1802, 
Arlington, Mass. Captain in the 
French War, 1758. 

Cutter, William R., 183. 

Hill, Howard F., 269. 
ADDISON, COLONEL JOHN, 1678-1702. 
Captain, 1692. Colonel, 1695. 
Member of the Council, 1691- 
1705, Province of Maryland. 

Thomas, Douglass H., 118. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
ALBRO, MAJOR JOHN. Corporal in Col 
onial Militia, 1661-1606. Lieuten 
ant, 1675-1680. Captain, 1680, 
and Major. 

Albro, Addis, 33. 

ALDEN, DAVID, , Duxbury, Ply 
mouth Colony. Deputy, 1690. 

Richardson, George E., 202. 

Forbes, Charles S., 279. 
ALDEN, JOHN, 1599-1687. Last surviv 
ing signer of Mayflower Compact. 
Member under arms of Capt. 
Myles Standish s Duxbury Co., 
1643. Governor s Assistant, 
i632- 4o- 5O- 86. Deputy, 1641- 
42- 44- 49. Styled Deputy-Gov 
ernor in records, 1666. Member 
Council of War, 46, et seq., 
Plymouth Colony. 

Bartlett, George F. H., 37. 

Chapman, Thomas B., 48. 

Eames, Francis L., 58. 

Eames, Stewart W., 58. 

Grinnell, William M., 67. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 

Janvrin, Joseph E., 78. 

McKinstry, Charles H., 87. 

Miner, Edward G., 89. 

Reed, Henry B., 101. 

Seabury, Frederick C., 108. 

Stringer, George A., 116. 

Tompkins, Hamilton B., 120, 407. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 

Reed, James M., Jr., 150. 

Allen, Frederick B., 176. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 

Barker, Edwin T., 177. 

Brooks, Walter C., 179. 

Coe, Henry F., 181. 

Coffin, Rufus, 182. 

Crandon, Edwin S., 182. 

Healey, David A., 189. 

Keith, Solomon L., 193. 

Leonard, George H., 194. 

Richardson, George E., 202. 



Soule, Horace H., Jr., 204. 

Standish, J. Myles, 205. 

Stone, Charles A., 205. 

Swift, Henry W., 206. 

Tobey, Edward S., 208. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 

Deming, Judson K., 221. 

Skinner, Wm. C., 230. 

Blagden, Thos., 240. 

Johnson, James B., 245. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 

Stetson, George R., 248. 

Thompson, Gilbert, 248. 

Farnham, Elijah T., 256. 

Parsons, Chas. L., 270. 

Forbes, Chas. S., 279. 

Qse, Edward B., 288. 

Johnson, James G., 294. 

Sampson, Clark D., 314. 

Spoor, John A., 300. 

Winter, Samuel D., 317. 

Winter, Francis A., 317. 

Alden, Isaac C., 322. 

Jenney, Herbert, 325. 

Mussey, Wm. L., 326. 

Rawson, Edward S., 327. 

Hadley, Emerson, 342. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 

Seabury, Channing, 347. 

Whitney, Frank I., 350. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 
ALDEN, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1627- 
1697. Ensign, Lieutenant and 
Captain, Duxbury Co. , Mass. 
Served in King Philip s War, 
1658-1697, and buried under 
arms. 

Reed, Henry Bidlack, 101. 

Parsons, Chas. L.,27O. 
ALDEN, CAPTAIN PRINCE, 1718-1804. 
Quartermaster Troop of Horse, 3d 
Regt., Colony of Conn., 1758. 
Lieutenant, 1760. Captain later; 
wounded near Ticonderoga, 1758. 

Reed, Henry Bidlack, 101. 
ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, 1758-1759. 
Lieutenant, New Jersey Militia. 

Cabeen, Francis von Albadi, 138. 
ALEXANDER, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, 1684- 
1 768. Northfield, Mass. Ensign 
and Lieutenant, Father Ralle s 
War. Lieutenant and Captain, 
Louisburg Expedition. Served 
under Shirley against Canada, 
1746. 

Alexander, Ebenezer, 175. 



412 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ALEXANDER, JAMES, 1693-1756. Member 
King s Council, \ r ]2\,etseq. New- 
York. Member Council, New Jer 
sey, 1722. Secretary of Province 
for New-York. Surveyor-General 
of East and West New Jersey. Re 
ceiver and Advocate General. 
Chew, Beverly, 48. 

ALEXANDER, MAJOR-GENERAL WILLIAM, 
1736-1783. Earl of Stirling. 
Commissary, 1755. Private Sec 
retary, Aide-de-Camp to General 
Shirley, 1756. Captain Indepen 
dent Company of Grenadiers, 
New-York City Militia, 1760. 
Attorney-General and Member 
King s Council, New Jersey, 1761. 
Served with distinction in the 
Revolution. 

Russell, Wm. H., 104. 
ALLD, LIEUTENANT DAVID. Served in 

French and Indian War, 1759. 
Cutter, Edw. J., 183. 
Cutter, Henry A., 267. 
ALLEN, BOZOON, 1630-1652. Lieuten 
ant, 1648. Representative, 1643- 
1652. Commander of Military 
Garrison at Hingham. Captain, 
1651. A. & H. A. Co. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
ALLEN, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1716-1810. 
Captain of Militia, Augusta Co., 
Virginia, 1 756. Was in the battle 
of Point Pleasant. 
Matthews, Albert, 326. 
Rodgers, Howard L., 355. 
ALLEN, JEDEDIAH, 1646-1712, Shrews 
bury, N.J. Member of Assembly, 
1686-1703. 
Middleton, H., 164. 
ALLEN, JOHN, 1684-1761. Served under 
Capt. Joseph Kellogg, Father 
Ralle s War, 1720-1724. 
Allen, Frederick Percival, 34. 
ALLEN, SERGEANT JOSEPH, 1701-1785. 
On duty at Northfield, Mass., 
1755-1756. 

Allen, Frederick H., 131. 
ALLEN, SAMUEL, 1632-1703, Bridge- 
water, Mass. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1693. 
Allen, Francis R., 175. 
Allen, Frederick B., 175. 
ALLEN, SAMUEL, 1702-1746. Killed in 
a fight with Indians at " The 
Bars," Deerfield, Mass. 



Converse, Charles Allen, 278. 
ALLERTON, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR ISAAC, 
1 583- 1 659. Deputy-Governor, 
Plymouth Colony, 1621-1624. 

Thomas, D. H., 118, 167. 

Thomas, Douglas H,. Jr., 168. 

Allen, Francis R., 175. 

Richardson, George E., 202. 

Watkins, Walter K., 209. 

Ballord, Esek S., 379. 

ALLERTON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ISAAC, 

1630-1702. Major under Col. 

John Washington, Virginia Forces, 

expedition against the Indians, 

1675. Lieut-Colonel, 1680. 
Member, House of Burgesses, 

1676. Member of the Council, 
1683. 

Thomas, D. H., 118, 167. 
Vander Veer, Edgar, 122. 
ALLING, SERGEANTJOHN, JR., 1647-1717. 
Assistant, Colony of Conn., 1704- 
1716, and Member of Council, 
Committee of Safety, 1 704. 
Farnham, Elijah T., 256. 

ALLIS, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1678. 

Lieutenant, Hampshire Co. Troop, 

1672. Captain at the Falls Fight, 
1 676, at which his three sons served 
under him, two of whom were 
slain. 

Elwood, George May, 59. 

Murray, Charles H., 91. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 167. 

De Wolf, Edwin A., 310. 

ALLYN, LIEUTENANT -COLONEL JOHN. 

Cornet First Troop of Horse in 

Conn., 1637, under Major John 

Mason. Captain, Hartford Militia, 

1673. Lieut. -Colonel, 1689. Secre 
tary of the Colony thirty-four 
years. Assistant, 1662-1696. Com 
missioner, United Colonies, 1674- 
1681. Member Governor Andros 
Council, 1687. 

Hotchkin, Walter B., 74. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 

ALLYN, MATTHEW, 1671, Windsor. 

Deputy, Mass. General Court, 
1636. Deputy, Conn. General 
Court, 1648-1657. Assistant, 
1658-1667. Commissioner for 
United Colonies, 1660-1664. 
Patentee in the Royal Charter, 
1662. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Day, Robert, W., 54. 

Metcalf, Bryce, 88. 

Orne, Henry M., 94. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 

Allen, Theodore L., 176. 

Wight, Wm. Ward, 304, 395. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 
ALLYN, ROBERT, 1608-1683. Secretary 
General Court of Conn., 1657. 

Horton, William E., 73, 244. 
ALLYN, THOMAS, - 1679, Barnstable, 
Mass. Member of the Military 
Co., 1643, under Lieut. Thomas 
Dimmock. 

Turner, Henry L., 302. 
ALMY, CHRISTOPHER, 1632-1713. 
Deputy from Portsmouth, R. I., 
to the General Court and Assistant 
to Governor Andros, 1690. El 
ected Governor of Rhode Island, 
but refused to serve, 1693. Mes 
senger to England from Rhode 
Island. Captain, 1692. 

Almy, Leonard B., 217. 

Miller, Charles K., 296. 

Almy, William E., 338. 
ALMY, COLONEL JOB. Deputy from 
Warwick, Colonial Assembly of 
Rhode Island, i67O- 72. Com 
missioner to treat with the Indian 
sachems, 1673. 

Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Gallatin, Rolaz Horace, 63. 

Tomlinson, Jno. C., 120. 
ALMY, WILLIAM, 1601-1676. Member 
of Assembly, Rhode Island, 1656- 
57- 6 3 . 



Page, S. Davis, 149. 
Felt 



lton, Samuel M., 323. 
ALRICKS, PETER, 1630-169-, New 
Castle, Del. Commandant of the 
Amsterdam Colony on the South 
(Delaware) River, 1660. Schout, 
1673. Commander-in-Chief of 
town and fort at New Castle, 
1683. Member of the Pennsyl 
vania Provincial Assembly, 1684- 
89, 9 6- 9 7 . 

Cottman, James H., 160. 

Fisher, Charles D., 160. 

Clark, Augustus T., 181. 
AMES, JOHN, 1647-1726, Bridgewater, 
Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War in the defence of the town 
against the Indians. 



Ames, Joseph B., 176. 
AMORY, JONATHAN, 1640-1699, Charles 
ton, S. C. Speaker of the Assem 
bly. 

Amory, Francis L, 176. 
AMSDEN, ISAAC, 1657, - , Cambridge, 
Mass. Soldier in King Philip s 
War in Capt. Henchman s, Da 
venport s and Sill s Co. s, 1675- 
1676. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 
Amsden, Henry F., 176. 
ANDERSON, CAPTAIN PATRICK, 1719- 
1793. Captain, 1755. Province 
of Penn., French and Indian War. 
Pennypacker, Samuel W., 149. 
Quay, Andrew G. C., 346. 
ANDREW, HENRY, - , 1652, Taunton, 
Plymouth Colony. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1 639, - 42, - 47. 
Lovering, Henry M., 194. 
Seaver, James E., 204. 
ANDREWS, JOSEPH, 1597-1 679^80, Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1636-1638. 
Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
ANDREWS, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1632-1690, 
Hingham, Mass. Captain of Mili 
tia. Served in expedition to Can 
ada, 1690. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
ANDREWS, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, New 

Haven Artillery Co., 1648. 
Andrews, James S., 217. 
Andrews, W. G., 217. 
ANGELL, JOHN, 1646-1720. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. Deputy, 1686. 
Lewis, Arnold A., 83. 
Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 
Parkhurst, Chas. D., 228. 
Bowen, Edgar C., 339. 
ANGELL, THOMAS, 1618-1694. Deputy 
General Court of Rhode Island, 



Hord, Arnold H., 243. 
Felton, Samuel M., 323. 
ANNABLE, ANTHONY, - 674, Ply 
mouth, Scituate and Barnstable, 
Mass. Member Military Co. under 
Lieut. Thomas Dimmock, 1643. 
Deputy General Court. 
Turner, Henry L., 302. 
ANTHONY, WILLIAM, 1675-1759. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, Rhode Island, 
i7i7- 22- 3O. Deputy, 1709- ! 6- 
17. Captain, 1716- ! 7. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lawton, George P., 83. 

Watson, William H., 127. 
APPLETON, MAJOR ISAAC, 1664-1747. 
Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant Port 
Royal Expedition, 1707. Major 
Essex Co. Regt. 

Morgan, Appleton, 90. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Story, Joseph G., 116. 

Burnham, John A., 180. 

Skinner, H. W., 390. 
APPLETON, LIEUTENANT ISAAC, 1731- 
1806, New Ipswich, N. H. 2d 
Lieutenant of Militia, 1771. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 1 78. 
APPLETON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1622-1699, 
Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant, 1653. 
Captain, 1658. Served in Nova 
Scotia Expedition. 

Emery, Rufus, 60. 

Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 
APPLETON, MAJOR SAMUEL, 1624-1696, 
Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 1668, 
et seq. Lieutenant, 1668. Cap 
tain, 1675. Major and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Mass. Troops, 
1675, at Springfield, Hatfield, and 
the Great Swamp fight. Sergeant- 
Major of the South Essex Regt., 
1682. Assistant, 1 68 1, et seq. Im 
prisoned by Andros, 1687, for re 
fusing to pay taxes levied without 
the consent of the Council. 

Downe, Henry W., 57. 

Langdon, Andrew, 81 . 

Langdon, W. Chauncey, 81. 

Morgan, Appleton, 90. 

Skinner, Henry W., 1 1 1, 390. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Story, Joseph G., 115. 

Wilson, J. Appleton, 170. 

Appleton, Francis H., 177. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 

Hale, Henry Appleton, 188. 

Plaisted, Appleton H., 200. 

Gross, Chas. Edw., 224. 

Plaisted, Sheridan, 270. 

Whitney, Eugene W., 304. 
APTHORPE, CHARLES WARD, 1737-1797, 
New York. Member King s Coun 
cil, 1763-75- 

Bibby, Andrew A., 40. 
ARMISTEAD, JOHN, Gloucester Co. 
Member Virginia House of Bur 
gesses, 1685. Appointed to the 
Council, 1687. 



Gill, William H , 161. 
ARMSTRONG, COLONEL JOHN, 1718-1795. 
Provincial Forces, Braddock s 
Campaign. Commanded Expedi 
tion against Indians at Kittanning, 
1756, destroying their settlement, 
and was wounded in assault, for 
which services Philadelphia voted 
him a silver medal. Served at 
Forts Loudon and Pitt, 1764; in 
the Susquehanna expedition, 1763; 
and commanded the Highlanders 
and Penn. troops expedition 
against Fort Duquesne. 

Astor, John Jacob, 34. 

Herman, John A., 71, 142. 

Armstrong, H. Gates, 159. 
ARNOLD, GOVERNOR BENEDICT, 1615- 
1678. First Governor of Rhode 
Island, 1657, et seq. Member 
Council of War, 1676; Signer of 
the first written Compact of Prov 
idence Plantations, 1640; Com 
missioner, i654- 63; Assistant, 
1655, et seq.] President of the 
Four Towns, 1657, etseq. 

Albro, Addis, 33. 

Bliven, William W.,4i. 

Jones, Shipley, 79. 

Watson, Charles P., 126. 
ARNOLD, ELEAZER, 1651-1722. Deputy, 
General Court of Rhode Island, 
1686, et seq. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
ARNOLD, RICHARD, 1642-1 710. Gover 
nor s Assistant, 1 676, et seq. Mem 
ber of Sir Edmund Andros Coun 
cil, 1686. Speaker, 1707-1708. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 112. 

Robeson, Andrew, 203. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
ARNOLD, STEPHEN, 1603-1665, Rhode 
Island. Deputy, 1664, et seq. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1677 ,et seq. 

Felton, S. M., 323. 

ARNOLD, STEPHEN, 1622-1699. Deputy 
for Providence, R. I., 1644-1677. 
Governor s Assistant, 1667-1698. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
ARNOLD, THOMAS, ist, 1599-1674. 
Deputy, General Court of Rhode 
Island, i666- 67- 70- 72. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
ARNOLD, THOMAS, 2d, 1675-1727. 
Deputy, General Court of Rhode 
Island, 171 1-1723. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hord, Arnold H., 244. 

ASHBY, CAPTAIN JOHN. Served in the 
Virginia line at Fort Loudon in 
Braddock s expedition, and later 
in various movements of the 
troops, especially at the battle of 
Point Pleasant on the Ohio, com 
manding a company. 
Bayne, Howard R., 37. 

ASHLEY, COLONEL SAMUEL, 1720-1792, 
Winchester, N. H. In service at 
Fort Dummer, N. H., 1 740^42- 
48- 49. Colonel, New Hamp 
shire Regt. prior to 1774. 
Deputy, General Assembly, 1774. 
Lloyd, John U., 326. 

ASHTON, JAMES. Deputy, Rhode 
Island, 1652-1665. One of the 
Monmouth Patentees, 1665. Rep 
resentative to General Court. 
Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 

ASTON, WALTER, 1607-1656. Mem 
ber House of Burgesses, Va., 1629- 

32- 4 2. 

Cleemann, Richard A., 138. 
ASTWOOD, JOHN, 1609-1654, Milford, 
Conn. Representative to General 
Court in 1643-1644. Governor s 
Assistant, 1653. Commissioner to 
the United Colonies. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
ATHERTON, CONSIDER, 1690, Dor 
chester, Mass. Served in King 
Philip s War, under Major Simon 
Willard and in Phips expedi 
tion. 

Pierce, George F., 200. 
ATHERTON, MAJOR-GENERAL HUMPHREY, 
1 66 1 , Dorchester, Mass. Dep 
uty, 1638,^5^. Speaker, 1653. 
Governor s Assistant, 1654-1661. 
Lieutenant, 1645. Captain of 
Militia, 1646, and of the A. & H. 
A. Co., 1650-1658. Commanded 
expedition against the Narragan- 
sett, 1656. Major-General, 1661. 

Atherton, Fisher, 34. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Sill, John Targee, 1 1 1. 

Smith, Gouverneur M., in. 

Smith, Lewis Bayard, 112. 

Hall, Clayton Coleman, 161. 

Hall, Thomas William, 161. 

Sill, Howard, 166. 

Flagg, Augustus, 185. 

Howe, Edward, Willard, 191. 



Leeds, Charles, 194. 

Marsh, Henry D., 195. 

Nickerson, Herman, 197. 

Pierce, George F., 200. 

Robinson, Francis W., 203. 

Stone, William E., 206. 

Ware, Horace E., 208. 

Bunce, Jonathan B., 219. 

Turner, Elisha, 232. 

Deming, Judson, K., 221, 379. 

Stedman, Charles J., 328. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

Jones, Francis F., 385. 

Richardson, Harry A., 401. 
AVERY, CAPTAINJAMES, 1620-1694, New 
London, Conn. Ensign, Lieuten 
ant and Captain . Served through 
out King Philip s War and was in 
the Great Swamp Fight. Deputy, 
1656-1680. 

Arnold, Benjamin W., 34. 

A very, Frank M., 34. 

Avery, Trueman G., 35. 

Brookfield, Henry M., 43. 

Colfax, Alfred E., 50. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Morgan, George D., 90. 

Morgan, James Henry, 90. 

Morgan, Robert Webb, 90. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Roberts, Cyrus S., 103. 

Satterlee, Francis Le R., 105. 

Valentine, Samuel H., 122. 

Adams, Edward M., 175. 

Plumb, Henry B., 228. 

Dennison, Ira W., 242. 

Metcalf, Wm. P., 246. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 

Randall, John F., 314. 

Sabin, Eugene F., 314. 

Sabin, Sidney Avery, 314. 

Ladd, Charles F., 333. 

Fletcher, Paris, 341. 

Avery, Asabel G., 359. 
AVERY, LIEUTENANT JAMES, JR., 1646- 
1732. Lieutenant in the Conn. 
Colonial Forces during the frontier 
wars. 

Avery, Frank M., 34. 

Arnold, Benjamin W., 34. 

Morgan, George D., 90. 

Plumb, Henry B., 228. 

Sabin, Eugene F., 314. 

Sabin, Sidney Avery 314. 

Slosson, Frank, 300, 394. 
AVERY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1654-1715. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ensign, 1692, Capt. James Avery s 
Co. 1693. Capt. Thomas Avery, 
. Captain, 1697. 

Griffith, Wm. H., 66. 
AVERY, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1622- 
1687, Dedham. Lieutenant, Ded- 
ham Co., 1673. Deputy from 
Springfield, 1669, Colony of Mass. 
Bay. A. & H. A. Co. 

Belknap, Waldron P., 38. 

Hall, Lewis C, 151. 

Ridgely, Charles, 299. 
AVER, CORNET PETER, 1633-1699. Cor 
net Haverhill Co. and Deputy, 
1680, et seq. Colony of Mass. 
Bay. 

Ayer, James B., 177. 

Burrell, Herbert L., 180. 
AVER, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1654-1708, 
Haverhill, Mass. Served in King 
Philip s War, in Capt. Benjamin 
Swett s Co. Killed while in com 
mand of a company in pursuit of 
Indians, after an attack upon Hav 
erhill. 

Flint, James M., 242. 

AYER(S), SERGEANT JOHN, 675, 

Brookfield, Mass. Captain in 
Thomas Wheeler s Co. Killed by 
Indians at Brookfield. 

Ayer, James B., 177. 
AYLETT, WILLIAM, 1697-1760. Bur 
gess, King William Co., Virginia, 
1723-26. 

Barret, Richard Aylett, 309. 

BABCOCK, COLONEL HENRY, 1736-1800. 
Served in the Rhode Island Regt. , 
French and Indian Wars, 1755-59. 
Captain under Sir William Johnson 
at Fort George. Major, 1756-58; 
Colonel at Ticonderoga ; wounded 
there, 1759. Led his regiment at 
capture of Ticonderoga, and was 
publicly thanked by Lord Am- 
herst. 

Babcock, Jos. Noyes, 35. 

Babcock, Ph. Sheridan, 35. 
BACKUS, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1640- 
1721. Sergeant of Militia, Nor 
wich, Conn. Ensign, 1680-9. 
Lieutenant, 1 693. Deputy, 1 680-9. 

Backus, Brady Electus, 35. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 
BACON, BENJAMIN, 1688-1727. Served 



in Capt. John Lane s Co., 1703- 
171 3, and in the Billerica Troop of 
Horse, Queen Anne s War, relief 
of Dunstable, Mass., 1706. 
Philbrook, Charles, F. B., 270. 

BACON, NATHANIEL, 673, Barn- 
stable, Mass. Deputy, 1652-1665. 
Governor s Assistant, 1657-1673. 
Member of Council of War, 1658- 
1667. 
Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

BACON, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1674- 
1759. Lieutenant, Westfield Co., 
Middletown, Conn., 1728. 
Deputy, 1734. 
Dobbin, Edward Savage, 341. 

BAGLEY, ENSIGN NATHANIEL, 1731-1812. 
Ensign in Lake George Expedition, 

1755- 

Thomas, Frank W., 1 18. 
BAILEY, BENJAMIN, 1713-1790, Lancas 
ter, Mass. A soldier under Capt. 
Jonathan Whitney, 1748. 

Bailey, Everett, H., 338. 
BAIRD, LIEUTENANT JOHN, - - 1760. 
Ensign, Gen. Forbes Regt., Ex 
pedition against Fort Duquesne, 
1758. Lieutenant, 1759, Provin 
cial Forces of Penn. 

McKnight, Charles, 147. 

Baird, Absalom, 239. 

Baird, Wm., 239. 

BAKER, BENJAMIN, 1717-1785. Soldier 
from Georgia in the Army of 
Gov. Oglethorpe, Campaign 
against St. Augustine, Florida, 
1740. 

Harden, Edward Thomas, 361. 
BAKER, JOHN, 1703-1760, Woodbury, 
Conn. Ensign, 1741. Lieuten 
ant, 1743. Train Band. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
BAKER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1700-1745. Cap 
tain 8th Mass. Regt., Louisburg 
Expedition, 1745. 

Baker, George C., 35. 

Taylor, John M., 117. 
BAKER, COLONEL OTIS, 1727-1801, 
Dover, N. H. Deputy, 1 768-1 775. 
Colonel of the Second New Hamp 
shire Regt., prior to 1773. 

Wentworth, Moses J., 303. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 
BAKER, THOMAS, 1618-1700. Ensign, 
East Hampton, Conn., 1654. As 
sistant, 1658-1663. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Baker, Frank, 2815. 

BAKER, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1 63 1 - 1 7 1 8. 
Deputy nine terms, from 1663. 
Captain of Topsfield and Andover 
Troop of Horse, 1713. 

Morgan, Appleton, 90. 

Skinner, Henry W., in, 390. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Story, Joseph G., 1 16. 
BAKER, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1682-1753. 
Taken prisoner at Deerfield, Mass., 
1704. In 1713 led party escort 
ing John Stoddard and Rev. John 
Williams as Commissioners, to ne 
gotiate return of prisoners from 
Canada, 1719. Deputy, General 
Court from Brookfield. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 

BAKER, LIEUTENANTTIMOTHY, 1729. 

Soldier in the Falls Fight, 1676, 
under Capt. William Turner. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 
BALCH, REVEREND THOMAS, South 
Dedham, Mass. A. B., Harvard 
College, 1733, was chaplain in 
Louisburg Expedition in 1 744. 

Poole, Charles C, 298. 

BALDWIN, CAPTAIN ABNER, 1726-1781. 

Ensign, 1757. Lieutenant, 1762. 

Captain, 1767. Colonel Forces 

of Conn. , French and Indian Wars. 

Peck, Guy Dayton, 97. 
BALDWIN, CAPTAIN JEDUTHAN. Captain 
in Colonel Josiah Brown s Regt., 
1755; also served under Brigadier 
Timothy Ruggles. 

Calef, AmosH., 46. 
BALDWIN, SERGEANT JOHN. Sergeant 
Milford, Conn., Militia, 1658. 

Baker, Frank, 286. 

BALDWIN, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 1693- 
1 760. Deputy, General Court, 
1759-1760. Lieutenant of East 
Co., Goshen, Conn., 1751. Cap 
tain, 1752. 

Buell, Frederick F., 45. 

Norton, Thomas H., 327. 
BALL, SAMUEL, 1648-1689. Soldier in 
Capt. Wm. Turner s Co., Falls 
Fight, 1676. 

Murray, Charles H., 91. 

BALL, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1722. 

Lieutenant, Talbot Co. Militia, 
1696, Province of Maryland. 

Mullikin, Howard, 165. 
BALL, COLONEL WILLIAM, SR. Empow 



ered by the Virginia Assembly to 
impress men and horses against 
the Indians, 1675. 

Gill, William H., 161. 
BALL, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, JR.. 1641-1694, 
of Lancaster Co., Va., Militia. 

Homer, Wm. M., 73. 

Gill, William H., 161. 
BALLANTINE, COLONEL JOHN, 1653-1734, 
Boston, Mass. Captain, Major, 
and Colonel of Militia. Captain 
A. & H. A. Co., 1703. 

Ballantine, Henry W., 159. 
BALLANTINE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN, 
1674-1736. Commander of a 
Regiment, Expedition against Port 
Royal, 1710. Lieut. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1708. 

Ballantine, Henry W., 159. 
BALLORD, NATHANIEL W. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Cadle, Charles F., 310. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 
BALLORD, WILLIAM, 1603-1689. Soldier 
in King Philip s War in garrison at 
Chelmsford. A. & H. A. Co., 
1636. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 
BALLORD, ZACCHEUS, 1731-1807. Of 
Capt. Eames Co., French and 
Indian Wars, 1754-1763. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 
BANCROFT, THOMAS, 1649 , Read 
ing, Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War. 

Carpenter, Frederick B., 181. 

Cox, Edwin B., 181. 

Cox, Wm. Emerson, 182. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 
BANGS, EDWARD, 1592-1678, Plymouth 
and Eastham, Mass. Overseer or 
Captain of the Guard against the 
Indians. Member Plymouth Mili 
tary Co., 1643. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108. 

Brown, David H. 180. 

Alderson, Victor C, 285. 

Doane, William H., 323. 
BARBER, CAPTAIN GEORGE. Captain, 
A. & H. A. Co. Sergeant in the 
Medfield Foot Co., 1646. Dep 
uty, 1688, etseq. 

Metcalf, Bryce, 88. 

Sanger, W. Gary, 105. 

Johnson, Emery W., 192. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Alexander, Harrison B., 359. 
BARBER, THOMAS. A soldier under Capt. 
John Mason in attack on the 
Pequot Fort, Mistick, 1637. 

Barbour, Lucius Albert, 217. 
BARBOUR, CAPTAIN GEORGE, Dedham, 
and Medfield, Mass., 1683. A. 
& H. A. Co 1646. Chief Mili 
tary Officer 01 Medfield after 1649. 
Defended it in King Philip s War, 
and fought against the Indians at 
Seekonk and Rehobath. 

Sanger, Joseph P., 247. 

Wright, William W., 304. 
BARCLAY, GOVERNOR ROBERT, 1648- 
1690. Governor of East Jersey, 
1682-1690. 

Hall, P. Penn-Gaskell, 142. 
BARD, COLONEL PETER, 1679-1734. 
Colonel of Regt. of Foot, 1722. 
Member Council, N. J., 1720. 
Judge Supreme Court. 

Johnstone, Francis U., 79. 

Rogers, Archibald, 103. 
BARDWELL, LIEUTENANT EBENEZER, JR., 

, Hatfield, Mass. Member ol 

Ephraim Williams Co., 1747. 
Ensign, Capt. John Ball s Co. at 
Fort William Henry, 1756. 2d 
Lieutenant, Capt. John Burke s Co. , 
1 759. Lieutenant, Capt. Moses 
Porter s Co., Crown Point Expedi 
tion. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
BARDWELL, LIEUTENANT PEREZ, Hatfield, 
Mass. Member of Capt. William 
Shepard s Co., 1761. Member of 
Capt. Salah Barnard s Co., 1760, 
and Corporal, 1760. 

Bardwell, Henry J., 286. 
BARDWELL, ROBERT. Member of Lieut. 
Phineas Upham s Co. in King 
Philip s War. Sergeant in Com 
mand of the Hadley and Hatfield 
Garrisons in the Falls Fight. 

Bardwell, Henry J., 287. 

Hawks, William I., 333. 
BARKER, LIEUTENANT FRANCIS, 1714- 
1795. Commissioned 1753. Lieu 
tenant, Troop of Horse, Capt. 
Benjamin Beal, Jr., 3d Suffolk Co. 
Regt., Col. Benjamin Lincoln. 

Swan, Robert T., 206. 
BARKER, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR JAMES, 1623- 
1702. Deputy-Governor Rhode 
Island Colony, 1678. Assistant 



and Deputy, 1663-1686. Cor 
poral, 1644. Ensign, 1648. 

Albro, Addis, 33. 

Bliven, William W., 41. 

Noyes, Charles P., 93, 345. 

Robbins, Howard S., 103. 

Beckwith, Warren L., 287. 

Felton, Samuel M., 324. 

Noyes, Daniel R., 345. 
BARKER, LIEUTENANT ROBERT, 1 65 1 - 1 729, 
Duxbury, Mass. Lieutenant First 
Co., Plymouth Regt., Major 
William Bradford, Narragansett 
Campaign, King Phillip s War. 

Howland, Charles W., 191. 

Howland, Daniel W., 191. 
BARKER, WILLIAM, 1705-1762. Private 
in Capt. List s Co., Major John 
Minch, 1757. 

Wheelock, William Barker, 304. 
BARNARD, JOHN 2d., 1631-1668. Sol 
dier, King Philip s War, in Capt. 
Davenport s Co., Great Swamp 
Fight, later Lieutenant under Ed 
ward Tyng. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 

Draper, T. W. M., 369. 
BARNARD, JOHN 3d, 1656-1732. Soldier, 
King Philip s War. 

Draper, T. W. M., 369. 

BARNARD, JOHN , Clerk, 2d Co., 

Lieut. -Col. Nathan Payson, Capt. 
3d Conn., Regt. Crown Point 
Expedition, 1756. 

Gross, Charles E., 224. 
BARNWELL, JOHN, 1671-1724, Beaufort, 
S. C., commanded first expedition 
against the Tuscaroras, 1712, 
Colonel in Yemasse War, 1715. 
Agent in England for the Colony. 

Barnwell, Morgan G., 37. 
BARRET, CHARLES, 1565-1634. Lord 
Proprietor of New Albion, New 
Jersey, Staten Island and Long 
Island, 1634. 

Barret, Richard A., 309. 
BARRET, ENSIGN HUMPHREY, 1630-1716, 
Concord, Mass. Ensign Co. ol 
Foot, 1688-1690. Deputy, 1691. 

Shuart, William H., no. 

Barrett, Edwin S., 178. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 178. 

Moore, George H., 296. 

Swain, William C., 394. 
BARRETT, COLONEL JAMES, 1710-1779, 
Concord. Colonel, Middlesex 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Militia, 1 774 -1775. Member 
Provincial Congress, Mass. Bay, 
774-1775- Deputy, i75 6 - 775- 

Melville, Henry, 88. 

Barrett, Edwin S., 178. 

Swain, William C., 394. 
BARRETT, CAPTAIN NATHAN, 1735-1791, 
Concord, Mass. Ensign, 1766. 
Captain, 1773. 

Barrett, Edwin S., 178. 

BARRON, ELLIS. 1676. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108. 
BARRY, JAMES, 1734-1788. Ensign of 
Phila. Regt., under Col. Jacob 
Duche, 1756. 

Fleming, David L., 370. 
BARSTOW, GEORGE, 1614-1654. Cam 
bridge, Mass., A. & H. A. Co. 

Hill, John W.,293. 

Hill, Henry B., 342. 

Whipple, Charles H., 349. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
BARTHOLOMEW, WILLIAM, 1640-1697. 
In defence of Hatfield, King Philip s 
War. Ensign of the New Rox- 
bury [Woodstock, Conn.] Co., 
1689. Lieutenant, 1691. 

Ducharme, Charles A., 58, 389. 

Bartholomew, James H., 338. 
BARTLETT, RICHARD, 1648-1724, New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy to General 
Court, i679- 8i- 84- 86. 

Gordon, George A., 269. 
BARTLETT, ROBERT, 1 603- 1 670. Served in 
in Capt. Myles Standish s Co. , 1 632. 

Bartlett, G. F. H., 37. 

Vander Veer, Edgar A., 122. 
BARTLETT, ROBERT, 1676. Soldier 
under Capt. Turner, killed by 
the Indians in the assault upon 
Northampton, Mass. 

Upham, Henry P., 348. 
BARTLETT, ENSIGN THOMAS, 1594-1654, 
Watertown Militia, Pequot War. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Brown, George E., 180. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 
BARTLETT, WILLIAM, 1 74 1 - 1 794. Naval 
Agent of the Port of Beverly, 
Mass., before the War of the 
Revolution. 

Brown, Dudley P., 240. 
BASS, SAMUEL, 1600-1694, Braintree, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
1641, et sgq. 



Capen, Walter N., 219. 

Johnson, James B., 245. 

Smith, R. A., 248. 

BASS, SAMUEL, 1660-1751, Braintree, 
Mass. Served in Capt. Johnson s 
Co., 1675, against the Narra- 
gansetts. 

Smith, R. A., 248. 

BASSETT, ELISHA. Captain at Sand 
wich, Mass. Held commission 
under the Royal Governor. 

Tobey, Frank B., 301. 
BASSETT, WILLIAM. Member of Capt 
Myles Standish s Co., Duxbury, 
Mass., 1643. Came over in ship 
Fortune, 1621. 

Bassett, Charles Franklin, 37. 

Brown, John B., 44. 

Hulbert, Henry C., 75. 

Wesson, James L., 209. 

Tobey, Frank Bassett, 301. 

Doane, William H., 323. 
BASSETT, WILLIAM, JR., Duxbury, Mass. 
Member of Military Co., Capt. 
Myles Standish, 1643. 

Tobey, Frank B., 301. 
BASSETT, WILLIAM, 1656-1721. Chief 
Marshall, Plymouth Colony, 1689- 
1692. Ensign, 1687. Captain at 
Sandwich, Mass. Representative 
for seven years. 

Bassett, Charles Franklin, 37. 

Hulbert, Henry C., 75. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 

Wesson, James L., 209. 

Tobey, Frank B., 301. 
BASSETT, SERGEANT WILLIAM, Lynn, 
Mass. Served in Narragansett 
campaign, and under Capt. Joseph 
Gardiner, King Philip s War. 

Goodhue, Samuel A., 187. 
BATCHELDER, EBENEZER, 1710-1784. 
Deputy, General Court, 1774, 
Colony of New Hampshire. 

Batchelder, George A., 239. 

Batchelder, Joseph F., 239. 

Batchelder, Richard N., 239. 

BATCHELDER, JOHN, 1676. Served 

in King Philip s War, 1675, under 
Lieut. William Hersey, Three 
Co. Troop. 

Young, Harry, 212. 
BATCHELDER, STEPHEN, 1676-1748. A 
soldier in King William s War, 
from Hampton, N. H., 1694. 

Cadle, Henry, 310. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BATES, JAMES, 1582-1655, Dorchester, 
Mass. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1640. 

Robinson, Francis W., 203. 

Lloyd, John U., 325. 
BAULSTONE, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1600- 
1678. Surgeon, 1638. Lieuten 
ant, Portsmouth Co., 1642. 
Assistant, 1641, et seq. Com 
missioner, i654- 55- 58. Rhode 
Island. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 
BAYARD, NICHOLAS, 1644-1707. Mem 
ber of the Council. Commander- 
in-Chief of the Militia, Province of 
New-York. 

Van Rensselaer, A. Cortlandt, 122. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 
BAYLEY, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JACOB. 
1726-1815, Newbury, Mass.; 
Hamstead, N. H., and Newbury, 
Vt. Lieutenant, Capt. Allcock s 
Co. ; in Col. Peter Gilman s 
Regt., 1755. Captain of 2 d Co., 
Col. Nathaniel Meserve s Regt., 
1758. Lieut. -Colonel, Col. John 
Goffe s Regt. at Crown Point, 1 760. 

Bailey, Edward P., 285. 

BAYLEY, JOSHUA, 1685 . Member, 

Capt. Hugh March s 2d Foot 
Co. , Newbury, Mass. , 1710-1711. 

Bailey, Edward P., 285. 
BAYLIES, NICHOLAS, 1719-1807, Ux- 
bridge, Mass. Representative to 
the General Court, 1758. 

Allen, Frederick B., 176. 

BEACH, JOSIAH, 1694 . Ensign of 

Conn. Troops, 1 738. Lieutenant, 
1741. 

Foote, John C., 311. 
BEACH, NATHANIEL, 1662-1 747. Deputy, 
General Court of Conn., 1727. 

Foote, John C., 311. 
BEALE, LIEUTENANT JEREMIAH, 1631- 
1716, Hingham, Mass. Ensign of 
Foot Co., under Capt. Joshua 
Hubbard, 1681. Lieutenant, 
1683. Representative, 1691 - 92, 
1701. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
BEALE, JOHN, 1588-1688, Hingham, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
1649-1659. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 



Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
BEALE, LAZARUS, 1661-1723, Hingham, 
Mass. Representative, General 
Court, 1719-1720. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
BEALL, COLONEL GEORGE, 1695-1780. 
Provincial Forces of Maryland. 

Balch, Edwin S., 136. 

Balch, Thomas W., 136. 
BEALL, COLONEL NINIAN, 1650-1717. 
Commander-in-Chief, Provincial 
Forces in Maryland. Served 
against the Susquehannocks, 1 688- 
1689, and gained a signal victory, 
for which services he received the 
thanks of the Assembly. 

Balch, Edwin S., 136. 

Balch, Thomas W., 136. 

Balch, Francis Du Pont, 159. 
BEAMAN, SERGEANT ABRAHAM, 1692- 
1 738, Marlboro, Mass. Sergeant 
in Capt. Nathan Bridgman s 
Co., 1725. 

Parker, Charles W., 198. 

Parker, Charles W., Jr., 199. 
BEAMAN, CORPORAL NOAH, 1730-1800, 
Marlboro, Mass. Corporal in Capt. 
Abraham Williams Co., French 
and Indian War, 1757. 

Parker, Charles W., 198. 

Parker, Charles W., Jr., 199. 
BEARD, CAPTAIN JOHN. Served under 
Major Robert Treat at the Great 
Swamp Fight in command of the 
New Haven Co. 

Baldwin, Jos. Clark, 35. 

Fowler, Wm. Miles, 63. 

Baird, George W., 217. 

Ford, George H., 222. 

Tomlinson, Charles A., 231. 
BEARSE, AUSTIN. Member of Barnstable 
Military Co., Plymouth Colony, 
1643. 

Hall, Lemuel R., 292. 
BEATTY, THOMAS, 1700-1768. Justice 
of Prince George Co., Mary 
land, 1739-1748. Justice of Fred 
erick Co., 1748-1760. Justice of 
Quorum, 1 749- 1 760. Burgess Fred 
erick Co., 1757-1758. 

Beatty, Franklin T., 267. 
BEDLOW, ISAAC. Captain, New-York 
City Militia, Member of Lovelace s 
Council, Comptroller of the Port, 
Alderman of New-York, owner of 
Bedlow s Island. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Foulke, William, 63. 
BEEBE, REVEREND JAMES, Chaplain 3d 
Regt., Conn. Troops, 1760. 

Brinsmade, Hobart, 310. 
BEEBE, CAPTAIN]AMES ; 1728. Lieu 
tenant, 1696. Captain, 1710, 
Queen Anne s War, Colonial 
Forces of Conn. 

Hatch, Arthur M., 71. 
BEEBE, LIEUTENANT JONATHAN, ist Lieu 
tenant, 7th Co., 2d Conn. Regt., 
1759. Served in the French and 
Indian War at Crown Point, Lake 
George, and Ticonderoga. 

Collins, H. O., 51., 360. 

Collins, Edward P., 57. 
BEEBE ENSIGN JOHN. Ensign King 
Philip s War. 

Eaton, George F., 222. 
BEEKMAN, COLONEL GERARDUS, M.D., 
1653-1723. Captain of Militia, 
Flatbush, 1681. Major, 1689. 
Lieutenant- Colonel King s Co. 
Militia, 1698. Member of Leisler s 
Council, 1690-1691. Member of 
Council, 1705-1723. President 
and Deputy-Governor, 1709-1710. 

Aitken, William Benford, 33. 

Beekman, James William, 38. 

Foulke, Bayard F., 62. 

Foulke, William, 63. 

Johnstone, Francis W., 79. 

Johnstone, John, 79. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 122. 

Ver Planck, William G., 124. 

Voorhees, William P., 316. 
BEEKMAN, COLONEL HENRY, ist, 1649- 
1716, Kingston, N.Y. Cadet on 
the South River, 1662. Captain 
Ulster Co. Troop of Horse, 1685. 
Expedition to Albany. Member 
Legislative Assembly, 1691-1716. 
Colonel of Militia, Province of 
New-York. 

Myer, Albert J., 92. 

Suckley, Robert B., 116. 

Armstrong, Horatio G., 159. 
BEEKMAN, COLONEL HENRY, 2d, 1688- 
1 776, Rhinebeck and New-York 
City. Member of Assembly, 
1724-1759. Judge, Ulster Co. 
Colonel of Militia, Province of 
New-York. 

Armstrong, Horatio G., 159. 
BEEKMAN, LIEUTENANT WILHELMUS, 



1623-1707. Lieutenant, Burgher 
Corps, New Amsterdam, 1652- 
1658, and New Orange, 1673- 
1674. Vice-Director on the South 
River, 1658-1664. Schout at 
Esopus, 1664. 

Aitken, William Benford, 33. 
Beekman, J. W., 38. 
Boardman, Lansdale, 41. 
Carnochan, G. M., 47. 
Crosby, Edward N., 51. 
Crosby, Livingston, 51. 
Foulke, Bayard F., 62. 
Foulke, William, 63. 
Johnstone, Francis U., 78. 
Montgomery, J. Lynch, 90. 
Myer, Albert J., 92. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 
Suckley, Robert B., 116. 
Van Rensselaer, C. S., 122. 
Ver Planck, William G., 124. 
Voorhees, William P., 316. 
Howard, Charles E. N., 343. 
BEERS, JOHN, 1652-1683. Served in 

the Battle of Narragansett, 1675. 
Kissam, Henry S., 80. 
Beers, William F., 254. 

BEERS, RICHARD, , 1675. Captain 

in King Philip s War. Slain by 
Indians at Northfield, Mass. 
Barrows, Ira, 37. 
Baldwin, T. Burnett, 254. 
BELDEN, DANIEL, 1648-1731, Hatfield 
and Deerfield, Mass. His wife 
and three children killed by the 
Indians in King Philip s War, and 
he, with his two children, captured 
and taken to Canada. Returned 
1698. His second wife was cap 
tured and killed by the Indians 
during Queen Anne s War. On 
Committee of Fortification with 
Col. Partridge. 
Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
Osborn, Henry A., 297. 
BELDEN, SAMUEL, 1657-1737. Soldier 
in Capt. William Turner s Co., 
Falls Fight, 1676. 
Murray, Charles H., 91. 
Stockbridge, Henry, 115, 167. 
BELKNAP, SAMUEL, 1701-1771. Private 
in Capt. Edward Harrington s 
Co., Col. Josiah Brown s Regt., 
Crown Point Expedition, 1755. 
Belknap, Waldron P., 38. 
BELKNAP, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1735-1831. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Captain, Mass. Colonial Forces. 

Belknap, Waldron, 38. 

BELL, LIEUTENANT FRANCIS, 1690. 

Stamford Military Co., New 
Haven Colony, 1655. Deputy 
1653, to the Union of the two 
Colonies. Commissioner, 1664. 
Governor s Assistant. 

Bell, Jared W., 39. 

Coghill, Howard, 50. 

Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 

Peck, Guy Dayton, 96. 

Hoyt, Samuel R. J., 380. 
BELL, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1641-1698. 
Lieutenant, Stamford Militia under 
Capt. Jonathan Sellick, King 
Philip s War. Captain, 1698. 

Bell, Jared W., 39. 

BEMENT, LIEUTENANT DENNIS. Lieuten 
ant, 4th Co., 2d Regt., Conn. 
Troops, 1755. In 1760 served in 
Capt. David Parson s Co., ist 
Regt. Captain of the South Co. 
Enfield Militia, 1761. 

Parsons, Hosmer B., 95. 
BEMIS, CAPTAIN EDMUND, 1720-1810. 
Captain of Mass. Troops at Fort 
William Henry, 1756. 

Pool, Marvin Bemis, 380. 
BENEDICT, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 1652- 
1723. A "soldier in the Great 
Swamp Fight." 

Oakley, E. Benedict, 93. 
BENEDICT, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1617- 
1690. Lieutenant in Capt. 
Byron Newton s Foote Companie, 
Jamaica, 1665. Member Colonial 
Assembly at Hempstead, 1665. 
Deputy from Norwalk, General 
Court, 1670-1675, Conn. 

Bell, Jared W. 39. 

Benedict, Robert D., 39. 

Benedict, Lemuel C., 39. 

Benedict, William de L., 39. 

Davenport, William B., 53. 

Oakley, E. Benedict, 93. 

Scott, William S., 107. 

Scott, John F., 107. 

Camp, Thomas E., 393. 
BENGSTEN, ANDREAS, 1640-1706. Mem 
ber Penn. Assembly, i683- 86- 98. 

Beatty, Franklin T. , 267. 
BENNET, GOVERNOR RICHARD, 1606- 
1676. Member House of Bur 
gesses, 1629; King s Council, 
1642-1660; Governor, 1652-1655. 



Commissioner to England, where 
he signed the agreement with 
Lord Baltimore, 1657. Major-Gen- 
eral of Virginia Forces, 1662-1672. 

Lee, Edmund J., 145. 

Browne, Bennet B., 159. 
BENNETT, SAMUEL, 1684. Provi 
dence and East Greenwich, R. I., 
in 1652 chosen General Sergeant; 
i668- 74- 78, Deputy, General 
Court. 

Kelly, James H., 80. 

Stafford, William F., 114. 
BENNIT, GEORGE. Killed by Indians in 
the Lancaster massacre led by 
Monaco " One Eyed John " Sun 
day, August 22, 1 675, King Philip s 
War. 

Fisher, Albert J., 290. 

BENSON, CAPTAIN JAMES, 79- 

Captain of a Troop of Horse, 1689, 
Province of Maryland. 

Benson, Alexander, 137. 

Benson, Edwin N., 137. 

Jewell, T. F., 163. 

Mullikin, Howard, 165. 
BENSON, CAPTAIN JOHANNES. Lieuten 
ant, 1688, and subsequently com 
missioned captain. 

Thome, Robert, 119. 
BENT, JOHN, SR., 1603-1672, Sudbury, 
Mass. Private in Major Simon 
Willard s Troop of Horse, Expedi 
tion against Ninigret, 1654. 

Green, Charles M., 187. 

Anderson, James T., 239. 

MacVeagh, Eames, 295. 
BENT, CORPORAL JOHN, 1635-1717, 
Sudbury, Mass. Corporal ol 
Militia, 1686. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 1 78. 
BENT, SILAS, 1744-1818, Watertown, 
Mass. Served in Capt. Ephraim 
Jackson s Co. (Royal Troops) in 
Canada, 1760. 

Blagden, Thomas, 239. 

Anderson, James T., 368. 
BENTON, FIRST SERGEANT SELAH, 1740- 
1812. 7th Co., ist Regt., Conn. 
Infantry, French and Indian Wars, 
1761-1763. 

Metcalf, Bryce, 89. 

BENTON, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 

1674. President, Colony Rhode 
Island, 1659-1663. Governor, 
1666-1668. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Chase, Clement, 332. 
BERNARD, GOVERNOR JOHN. Governor 
Somers Isles, or Bermuda, Pro 
vince of Virginia, 1622. 

Tiernan, Charles B., 168. 
BERNARD, THOMAS, Burgess, Warwick 
Co., Virginia, 1642-1645. 

Tiernan, Charles B., 168. 
BERRY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1640-1713. Dep 
uty and Acting Governor of New 
Jersey in 1672. 

Berry, Gerald, 39. 

Marshall, Howard, 87. 
BETTS, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1613-1713. 
Member New- York Provincial As 
sembly, Hempstead, 1665. "High 
Sheriff of Yorkshire upon Long 
Island," 1678-1681. Captain, 
1663. 

Sanger, W. Gary, 105. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 
BETTS, SAMUEL COMSTOCK, 1732-1823. 
Soldier in the 2d Co., 9th Regt. 
of Conn. Foot, 1767. 

Betts, Frederick H., 39. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Betts, Samuel Rosseter, 40. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

BEVERLY, ROBERT, 1689. Clerk ot 

the House of Burgesses, 1670. 
Gov. Berkeley gave him, 1686, 
a commission addressed to officers 
of all ships in Virginia, as " a faith 
ful and principal soldier," and an 
other, appointing him Comman 
der of all his forces. 

Kemp, Henry G., 245. 
BEVIER, LIEUTENANT Louis (2d), 1684- 
1753. New York Provincial 
Forces. 

Innes, Hasbrouck, 77. 

BICKER, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1722 . 

Lieutenant in Jersey Regt., 1755. 
Captain, 1 756. Captured and im 
prisoned in Canada fourteen 
months. On his return, Quarter 
master ot General Gage s Regt. 
until the close of war. 

Foster, Howell, 62. 
BICKFORD, JONATHAN, 1730-1818, Dover, 
N. H. Private in Capt. Marston s 
Co. at Crown Point, French and 
Indian War, 1762. 

Bickford, Scott F., 178. 
BIDDLE, WILLIAM, 1630-1712. Mem 
ber of the Council, General Assem 



bly, Province of West Jersey, 
1682. President, 1706-1707. 

Biddle, Thomas, 137. 

Biddle, William Foster, 137. 

Porter, Jno. Biddle, 150. 
BIGELOW, JOHN, 1617-1703, Water- 
town, Mass. Soldier in the Pe- 
quot War, and in King Philip s 
War. 

Hall, Lewis, 68. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Pond, E. Watson, 99. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Bigelow, Melville M., 178. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 

Stearns, Henry P., 231. 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 

Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 

Learned, Myron L., 333. 

Upham, Henry P., 348. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 

Brooks, Franklin E., 368. 

Daniels, Howard B., 369. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 

Bigelow, Isaac S., 379. 
BIGELOW, JOSHUA, 1655-1745. 
Wounded in King Philip s War. 
Served in Capt. Nathaniel Daven 
port s Co., also in Capt. Joseph 
Sill s Co. 

Hall, Lewis, 68. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Trott, James P., 120. 

Whitney, Drake, 128. 

Bigelow, Melville M., 178. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
BIGELOW, SAMUEL, 1653-1732, Water- 
town, Mass. Representative Gen 
eral Court, 1708-1710. 

Bigelow, Henry N., 178. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 

BILES, THOMAS, LANGHORNE . 

Captain, Associate Regt., Bucks 
Co., Penn., 1747-1748. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
BILES, WILLIAM, SR. Signer of Penn s 
Great Charter. Member first 
Council, Province of Penn., Phila 
delphia, 1683. Member of the 
Assembly from Bucks Co., 1686- 
1710. 

Powell, Washington B., 150. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

Smith, Thomas M., 166. 

Mitchell, Edward C, 344. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BILES, WILLIAM, JR., . 

Speaker, Penn. Provincial Assem 
bly, 1724. 
Wister, Rodman, 154. 

BILLINGS, CAPTAIN ROGER, 1708 . 

Lieutenant, 8th Conn. Regt, 
1744. 2d Lieutenant in Capt. 
Dennison s Co., expedition against 
Canada, 1746. Captain of Troop 
of Horse, 8th Regt. , 1 75 1 . Deputy 
from Preston, i747- 49- 52. 
Learned, Bela Peck, 227. 
BINGHAM, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1688-1760. 
Captain of Militia, Windham, 
Conn., 1741. 
Bingham, Leroy M., 278. 
BIRD, JAMES, 1647-1723, Dorchester, 
Mass. Served under Captain 
Thomas Brattle, King Philip s 
War. 
Daly, Martin O., 183. 

BISHOP, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR JAMES, 

1691. Secretary of New Haven 
Colony, 1 66 1 - 65. Governor s 
Assistant, Conn. Colony, 1668- 
83. Deputy - Governor, 1683- 
91. 

Brown, Louis, 44. 
Foster, Maximillian, 62. 
Foster, Reginald L., 62. 
Gilfillan, William W., 64. 
Ladd, Samuel B., 81. 
Ladd, William W., 81. 
Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
Throop, George E., 119. 
Thomson, Arthur C., 207. 
Farnham, Elijah T., 256. 
Osborn, Henry A., 297. 
Curtis, Henry M., 322. 

BISHOP, JOHN, 1684. Member 

first New Jersey Assembly, 1668. 
Member Governor s Council, 1675. 
Bishop, Cortlandt Field, 41. 
BISSELL, DANIEL, 1663-1738. Cornet 

of Horse, Hartford, 1711. 
Bissell, Lester C.,379. 
BISSELL, LIEUTENANT ISAAC. Queen 

Anne s War. 

BISSELL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1683-1781, 
Bolton, Conn. Lieutenant, 1722. 
Captain, 1728. Deputy, 1751. 
Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 
Humason, Virgil P., 75. 
Simons, William C., 204. 
VanDyke, Harry W., 248. 
BISSELL, JOHN, 1591-1677, Windsor, 



Conn. Deputy General Court, 
1648, et seq. One of a troop of 
30 horse, the first in the Colony, 
under Capt. John Mason, 1657- 
1658. Soldier in King Philip s 
War. 

Bissell, Evelyn L., 218. 

Bissell, William P., 339. 
BLACKLEACH, RICHARD, 1653-1731. 
Deputy for Stratford, Conn., 1695- 
96- 98- 99. Commissary at Al 
bany, 1690. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Wakeman, Robert P., 232. 
BLAKE, NATHAN, 1712-1804. Soldier 
in Fort Keene, N.H., 1746. 

Hubbard, John E., 280. 
BLAKE, WILLIAM, 1595-1663, of Dor- 
cester, Mass. A. & H. A. Co. 

Brown, Philip K., 359. 
BLANSHAN, MATHESE. Served under 
Capt. Martin Cregier in the rescu 
ing expedition led by Louis Du 
Bois against the Indians after the 
massacre of Esopus. Member of 
Hurley Military Co., Capt. Pauld- 
ing, 1670. 

Poucher, John W., 100. 

Gross, Samuel E., 292. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
BLASHFIELD, THOMAS, 1650 , Bev 
erly, Mass. Served in Capt. 
Joseph Gardiner s Co., Narragan- 
sett Swamp Fight, 165. 

Smith, Charles F., 204. 

Smith, George H., 204. 
BLEECKER, CAPTAIN JAN JANSEN, 1642- 
1732. Albany Militia, 1676. 
French and Indian Wars, 1689. 
Mayor of Albany. 

Bangs, Anson Cuyler, 36. 

Bleecker, Anthony James, 41. 

Hill, Robert C., 72. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 

Seaman, William Bleecker, 108. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 112. 
BLEECKER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1668-1738. 
Served in the Mohawk Expedition, 
1686. Captured by the French at 
Ottawa, and prisoner until 1687. 
Commissioned Captain, 1698, 
Col. Peter Schuyler s Regt. 

Bangs, Anson Cuyler, 36. 

Hill, Robert C., 72. 
BLISS, MAJOR JOHN, 1645-1748. Ensign 
1647. Deputy, 1 679 - 83 - 95. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Captain, 1693. Major, 1695- 
1696, Rhode Island. 

Albro, Addis, 33. 

BLIVEN, MAJOR EDWARD, 1722 . 

Field Officer for Kings Co., Rhode 
Island, French and Indian War. 

Bliven, William W., 41. 
BLODGET, SAMUEL, 1724-1807. Served 
in French Wars. Louisburg, 1745. 
Crown Point, and Lake George. 
Commissary at Fort William 
Henry, 1755. Judge, Court of 
Common Pleas, Hillsboro Co., 
N. H., 1770. 

Hall, Clayton C., 161. 

Hall, Thomas Wm., 161. 

Reed, John L., 166. 

Stickney, George H., 166. 
BLODGETT, THOMAS, Woburn, Mass. 
Private in the West Middlesex 
Regt., Mass. Bay Troops; in Gar 
rison at Chelmsford. 

Messinger, William D., 296. 
BLOETGOET (BLOODGOOD), FRANCOIS, 
1635-1676. Commissioned by 
Governor Colve, Chief Military 
Officer of Flushing, Heemstede, 
Rustdorp, and Meddleburgh. 
Privy Councillor to the Governor 
for the surrender of the Colony to 
the English, 1675. "Sorely 
wounded in a skirmish with the 
Indians at White Stone." 

Bloodgood, Delavan 41. 

Whistler, Garland N., 128. 
BLUNSTON, JOHN, 1644-1723. Member 
Provincial Council, Penn., 1705. 

Pearson, George, 149. 
BOARDMAN, SAMUEL, 1615-1673, Weth- 
ersfield. Governor s Assistant, 
1670, Colony of Conn. 

Hatch, Arthur M., 71. 

Stafford, William F., 114. 
BOARMAN, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1630-1709. 
Member of the Lower House of 
Assembly of Maryland from St. 
Mary s Co., 1671-1674. Captain, 
1661-1666. Major, 1676. Sheriff 
of St. Mary s Co., 1678-1681. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
BODFISH, ROBERT. Member Lieut. John 
Blackmer s Co., Sandwich, Mass., 
1643. 

Fuller, Henry C., 291. 

BODGE, JOHN, , New Marblehead 

(Windham), Me. Served under 



Capt. Daniel Hills, 1748-1749; also 
under Sergt. Thomas Chute, 1 747- 



Bodge, George M., 179. 
BODWELL, HENRY. Soldier at Bloody 
Brook, in Capt. Lathrop s Co.. 
King Philip s War. 

Spalding, George B., 112. 

Spalding, George B.^ Jr., 1 13. 
BOGGS, ANDREW. Ensign in the French 
and Indian Wars, 1754. 

Wharton, Bromley, 153. 

Cottman, James H., 160. 

Fisher, Charles D., 160. 

BOLLING, COLONEL JOHN, ot "Cobbs," 

Chesterfield Co., Va. Member 

House of Burgesses, and Colonel 

of Henrico Co. Militia, 1743-1751. 

Boiling, Thomas, Jr., 262. 
BOND, LIEUTENANT- COLONEL JONAS, 
1674-1727. Deputy, 1706, et 
seq. Lieut. -Colonel under Sir 
William Phips in the Expedition 
against Canada in 1 690. 

Harrington, Charles, 189. 

VaileJoelF., 373. 

BOND, JONAS, 1691-1768, Watertown, 
Mass. Representative to the Gen 
eral Court, i738- 44- 46- 5o. 

Harrington, Charles, 189. 

BOND, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1695, 

Watertown, Mass. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1689, 93, 95. Speaker, 
1 69 1, - 93, - 95. Captain, Water- 
town Co., King Philip s War. 

Harrington, Charles, 189. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

BOOTH, SERGEANT JOHN, 1653-1728, 
Stratford, Conn. Soldier under 
Capt. Seeley, King Philip s War. 
Deputy, 1696. 

Huntmgton, Charles R., 76. 

Booth, John H., 278. 

Chittenden, Edwin S., 340. 

Booth, Charles A., 368. 
BOOTH, ROBERT, Saco, Me. Deputy, 
General Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 
1659. 

Maynard, George Colton, 245. 
BORDEN, RICHARD, 1601-1671, Ports 
mouth, Rhode Island. Governor s 
Assistant 1653-1654. Treasurer, 
1653-1655. Deputy, 1667-1670. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Cox, William V. Z., 241. 
Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 
Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
BORDEN, THOMAS. Assistant, 1675- 

1676. Deputy, i666- 70- 72. 
Wheaton, Frank, 373. 

BOREMAN, THOMAS, 1673, Ipswich, 

Mass. Representative, General 
Court, 1636. 
Foster, Joseph, 268. 
BOSTWICK, MAJOR JOHN, 1667-1747. 
Major, 1737. Deputy from New 
Milford, 1726-1745. 
Hubbell, Henry H., 75. 
BOSTWICK, JOSEPH, 1756, Lieu 
tenant at New Milford, Conn., 
1738. Captain, 1743. 
Garvin, Frank H., 312. 
BOSTWICK, REUBEN. Ensign in nth 
Co.,Conn.,Regt. against Montreal. 
Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 
BOUDINOT, ELIE, Ensign, New-York 
Infantry, under Col. William 
Peartree, 1710. 
Keith, Boudinot, 79. 
BOULTER, NATHANIEL, 1625-1693, 
Hampton, N. H. Private in King 
Philip s War. 

Moulton, George M., 297. 
BOURNE, RICHARD, 1682, Sand 
wich, Mass. Deputy, First Gen 
eral Court, 1639, and many terms 
after. Member of Council of 
War. 

Hulbert, Henry C, 75. 
Wesson, James L., 209. 
Tobey, Frank B., 301. 

BOURNE, THOMAS, , Marshfield, 

Plymouth Colony. Deputy to 
the General Court, 1642-1645. 
Lovering, Henry M., 194. 
BOUTELL, JOHN, 1645-1719. Private in 
Capt. Joseph Gardiner s Co. of 
Reading, King Philip s War, Colony 
of Mass. Bay. 
Boutell, Frank W., 42. 
Boutell, Henry Sherman, 287. 
BOUTWELL, EBENEZER. Soldier in Capt. 
Jones Co., Col. Buckminster s 
Regt., also in Capt. Belknap s Co., 
Col. P. Thatcher s Regt. 
Boutelle, Frank W., 42. 
BOWEN, LIEUTENANT HENRY, 1634-1724, 
of Roxbury, Mass., and Wood 
stock, Conn. Served in Great 
Swamp Fight. 



Bowen, Clarence W., 42. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 

Johnson, James B., 245. 
BOWEN, OBADIAH, 1633, Swanzey, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court 
of Plymouth Colony, 1681-1682. 

Bowen, Edgar C., 339. 
BOWEN, RICHARD, 1600-1675. Deputy, 
Plymouth General Court, 1651. 

Houghton, Henry O., 191. 

Bowen, Edgar C., 339. 

BOWLES, JOHN, 1680. Ensign, 

Mass. Militia, 1653. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

BOWLES, JOHN, 2d, 1653-1691. Dep 
uty, Mass. General Court, 1689- 
1690. Speaker, 1690. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

BOWLES, JOHN, 3d, 1685-1737. Dep 
uty Mass. General Court, 1729- 
1736. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

BOWNE, JAMES, 1636-1695. Associate 
Monmouth Patent, 1665. Mem 
ber Assembly of Patentees and 
Deputies, Shrewsbury, 1667; 
Portland Point, 1669. Member 
Assembly, New Jersey, 1670, et 
seq. Minister of Justice for the 
Province of East Jersey, 1685. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 
BOWNE, WILLIAM, Boston, 1631. Long 
Island, 1646. Patentee of Graves- 
end, and its magistrate. Associate 
in Monmouth Patent, 1665. Mem 
ber Assembly, New Jersey, 1669. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 

BOYNTON, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 73 O - 

Provincial Forces of Mass. Bay. 
Deputy, 1697-1714, from Rowley. 

Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
BOYNTON, JOSHUA. Served in the 
French and Indian Wars. Took 
part in the expedition to Canada. 

Batchelder, George A., 239. 

Batchelder, Joseph F., 239. 

Batchelder, Richard N., 239. 
BRACKETT, CAPTAIN ANTHONY, 1640- 
1703, Casco, Me. Captured by 
the Indians, 1676 and 1689. Com 
mander of Fort Loyal and Town 
Militia, 1682. Representative 
Falmouth General Assembly. 

Brackett, Robert Lambert, 43. 
BRACKETT, SERGEANT MOSES, 1717- 
1793. Served in Capt. Peter 



427 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Thayer s Co., Relief of Fort Wil 
liam Henry, 1757. 

Dowries, Emery N., 57. 
BRACKETT, CAPTAIN RICHARD ; 1611- 
1691. Commander, Militia of 
Braintree, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1636. Deputy, 1655-1680. 

Carney, Sidney H.,Jr., 47. 

Schroeder, J. Langdon, 107. 

Woodworth, Newell B., 131. 

Brackett, Frederic H., 179. 

Brackett, Sidney L. , 1 79. 

Philbrook, Charles F. B., 270. 

Newcomb, George A., 313. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 
BRADBURY, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1610- 
1695. Ensign, Salisbury, Mass. 
Captain, 1660. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1651-1657. 

Spofford, Paul N., 113. 

Howe, Edward W., 191. 

Briggs, Frank O., 254. 

Felton, Samuel M., 324. 
BRADFORD, MAJOR JOHN, 1652-1736, 
Kingston, Mass. Deputy, Ply 
mouth Colony General Court, 
i689- 9O. Deputy, Mass. General 
Court, 1692. 

Rogers, Allan, 203. 

BRADFORD, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1675- 
1747, Lebanon, Conn. Deputy, 



Jaynes, Fremont N., 333, 343. 
BRADFORD, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1589- 
1651. Governor of Plymouth 
Colony. 

Backus, Brady E., 35. 
Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 
Collins, Clarence L., 50. 
Davison, Charles M., 54. 
Davison, John M., 54. 
Day, Robert W., 54. 
Dennis, Rodney S., 55. 
Dewey, George A., 56. 
Grinnell, William M., 67. 
Higgins, Frederick A., 72. 
Leonard, Daniel, 83. 
Leonard, Edgar C, 83. 
Leonard, Gardner C., 83. 
McKinstry, Charles H., 87. 
Newman, Clarence E., 92. 
Ray, Franklin T., 101. 
Ripley, Charles S., 103. 
Roberts, Cyrus S., 103. 
Shepard, Robert F., no. 
Stevens, Clarence W., 114. 



Stevens, Frederick B., 114. 

Symonds, Charles S., 117. 

Terry, George D., 117. 

Allen, Francis O., 136. 

Bradford, Thomas, i 37. 

Hale, Arthur, 142. 

Colt, Samuel P., 182. 

Crandon, Edward S., 182. 

Crandon, John H., 182. 

Pond, Virgil C., 200. 

Rogers, Allan, 203. 

Sampson, Walter Scott, 203. 

Davis, Gustavus, 221. 

Tingley, Witter K., 231. 

Ward, Charles S., 233. 

Metcalf, William P., 246. 

Thompson, Gilbert, 248. 

Tyler, Mason W., 258. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 

Newcomb, George W., 297. 

Sedgwick, Edwin H., 300. 

Jenney, Herbert, 325. 

Chase, Clement, 332. 

Jaynes, Fremont N., 333, 343. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 

Slocum, William F., 372. 

Strong, William W., 394. 

Bradford, Edward G., 400. 

Colt, Samuel P., 405. 

Norman, Hugh, 405. 

Norman, Reginald, 406. 
BRADFORD, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1654-1704. 
Deputy-Governor, Plymouth 
Colony, i682- 86- 89- 92. As 
sistant, i668- 82. Commanded 
Plymouth Forces, Great Swamp 
Fight; severely wounded. Com 
missioner of the United Colonies. 

Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 39, 240. 

Collins, Clarence L., 50. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Dewey, George A., 56. 

Gould, Seabury S., 64. 

Leonard, Edgar C., 83. 

Leonard, Gardner C., 83. 

Newman, Clarence E., 92. 

Shepard, Robert Fitch, 1 10. 

Terry, George D., 117. 

Crandon, Edwin S., 182. 

Crandon, John H., 182. 

Pond, Virgil C., 200. 

Sampson, Walter S., 203. 

Rogers, Allan, 203. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ward, Charles S., 233. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 

Newcomb, George W., 297. 

Jaynes, Fremont N v 333, 343. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 

Slocum, William T., 372. 

Strong, William W., 394. 
BRADFORD, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1721- 
1791. Member of Philadelphia 
Associators for Defence. Lieuten 
ant, 1747, 4th Co. Captain, 
1756. 

Bradford, T. Hewson, 137. 

Darrach, Henry, 139. 

Darrach, Bradford, 255. 
BRADISH, ROBERT, 1675-1763. Scout 
in the French and Indian Wars. 

Kimball, Robert J., 280. 
BRADLEY, CAPTAIN DANIEL. 1704-1765, 
Fairfield, Conn. Ensign, 1743. 
Lieutenant, Expedition to Cape 
Breton, 1745. Captain, 1747. 

Kimball, Harold C, 80. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
BRADSTREET, MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN, 
1 7 1 1 - 1 774. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Siege of Louisburg, 1745. Gov 
ernor of St. Johns, Newfoundland, 
1746. Captain, 6oth Foot, Royal 
Americans, 1757. Lieut.-Col., 
York Regt, 1757. Colonel, 1758. 
Deputy Q. M. -General, 1760. Col 
onel, British Army, 1762. Major- 
General, 1772. 

Landreth, Symington P., 144. 

Landreth, Burnett, Jr., 144. 
BRADSTREET, GOVERNOR SIMON, 1603- 
1697. First Secretary of Massa 
chusetts Bay Colony. Assistant 
Commissioner for forty-eight years 
of the United Colonies, 1643. 
Deputy - Governor, 1 672 - 1 679. 
Governor, 1676-1686. 

Hoyt, William E., 74. 

Janvrin, Joseph E., 78. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Taylor, Washington I., 1 17. 

Tufts, WalterB., 121. 

Williams, Captain Ephraim, 129. 

Wilson, John A., 170. 

Bell, Charles U., 178. 

Gordon, Edwin A., 187. 



Whiting, William S., 210. 

Wiggin, James Henry, 210. 

Ball, George O., 267. 

Woodbury, Urban A., 281. 

Poole, Charles C., 298. 

Wade, James F., 348. 

Bagley, John N., 389. 
BRADY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1733-1778. 
Captain of the 2d Batallion, Penn 
sylvania Regt., commanded by 
Gov. John Penn, 1763-1764. 

Brady, William P., 379. 
BRAINERD, HEZEKIAH, 1680-1727. 
Deputy, General Court, and 
Speaker. Assistant, 1723-1727, 
Colony of Conn. 

Smith, Edward Curtis, 281. 
BRAINERD, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1669-1742. 
Capt. at Train Band at Haddam, 
Conn. 

Brainerd, Cephas, 43. 

Brainerd, Cephas, Jr., 43. 
BRAINERD, LIEUTENANT JOSIAH, 1711- 
1792. Lieutenant i4th Co., 6th 
Connecticut Regt., 1 752. 

Emery, Brainerd Prescott, 60. 
BRAINERD, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1673 

. Lieutenant Haddam Train 

Band, 1722. 

Emery, Brainerd Prescott, 60. 
BRAMHALL, GEORGE. Killed by the 
Indians in the fight at Falmouth, 
Me., 1689. 

Butters, George, 288. 
BRATTLE, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1624-1683, 
Boston, Mass. Cornet, Suffolk 
Troop, 1670. Lieutenant, 1675. 
Captain, 1676. King Philip s 
War. Deputy, idyi-^a-^S- Si. 

Carpenter, Frederick B., 181. 

Jones, George W., 193. 
BRAY, LIEUTENANT ASA, 1741-1815. 
Served in Capt. Josiah Lee s Co., 
Col. Phineas Lyman s Regt., 
Crown Point, 1 758. Drummer in 
Capt. Joel Clark s Co., Col. Nathan 
Whiting s Regt., 1758. Sergeant 
in Capt. Eldad Lewis Co., same 
regt, 1762. Ensign, 1768-1772, 
and Lieutenant 4th Co., i5th 
Regt. Colonel in the Revolution. 

Washburn, William Ives, 126. 

BRAYTON, LIEUTENANT FRANCIS, . 

Lieutenant of the First Troop of 
Horse, Colony of Rhode Island. 

Brayton, Charles R., 405. 



429 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



BRECHT, JACOB, 1729-1802. Independ 
ent Troop of Horse, Philadelphia, 
1756. 

Bright, Louis Victor, 43. 
BRENT, CAPTAIN GEORGE, Stafford 
Co. , Va. Captain of a Troop of 
Horse, 1670. Ranger-General of 
the Northern Neck. 

Lisle, Robert P., 146. 

Brent, Joseph Lancaster, 159. 

Keyser, Robert Brent, 163. 

Davenport, Richard G., 242. 
BRENT, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL GILES. 
Treasurer, Province of Maryland. 
Commander of Kent Island. Dep 
uty-Governor and Lieutenant- 
General, 1 643- 1 644. Lord of Fort 
Kent Manor. 

Jenkins, Austin L., 162. 

Jenkins, Edward A., 162. 

Jenkins, Francis de S., 162. 

Jenkins, Spaulding L., 163. 
BRENTON, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, Deputy- 
Governor of Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantations, 1663- 
1666. Governor, 1666-1669. 
Member of Troop of Horse, 
1667. 

Brenton, Cranston H., 43. 

Deen, William M., 255. 
BREWER, DELIVERANCE, Philipsborough. 
Westchester Militia. Capt. Del. 
Concklin, 1758. Company of 
Provincials, Capt. Wm. Gilcnrist, 
Col. Isaac Corsa s Regiment, Ni 
agara Expedition, 1759. 

Brewer, John, 254. 

BREWER, JOHN, Member of the House of 
Burgesses, Province of Maryland, 
1661. 

Peale, Albert C, 247. 

BREWSTER, JONATHAN, 1659. 

Representative from Duxbury, 
1 639 - 4 1 - 42 - 44. Member of 
Capt. Myles Standish s Duxbury 
Co. Military Commissioner, Pe- 
quot War. 

Case, Edward B., 288. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

BREWSTER, LOVE. Member Duxbury, 
Mass., Military Co., 1643. 

Alderson, Victor C., 285. 

BREWSTER, ELDER WILLIAM, 1=566-1644. 

Drafted the Mayflower Compact. 

Member and Chaplain of the first 

Military Co. organized at Plymouth 



under Capt. Myles Standish, and 
served against the Indians. 

Arnold, Benjamin W., 34. 

Bartlett, G. F. H., 37. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 

Roberts, Cyrus S., 103. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108. 

Brewster, Lyman D., 218. 

Cheney, Louis R., 220. 

Hyde, William W., 226. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 

Doane, William H., 323. 

Rawson, Edward S., 327. 

Yergason, Henry C., 328. 

Vaile, Joel T., 372. 

BRIDGE, JOHN, 665, Cambridge, 

Mass. Deputy to the General 
Court, i637- 39- 4i. 

Hall, George F., 188. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
BRIDGE, LIEUTENANT MATTHEW, 1650- 
1738. Quartermaster in Capt. 
Prentice s Troop, King Philip s 
War, and Phips Expedition to 
Canada. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Willey, William L., 211, 273. 
BRIGGS, JOHN, 1609-1690. Deputy, 
1664, et seq. Assistant, 1648. 
Rhode Island Commissioner, 1654, 
et seq. 

William, Norman A., 129. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 
BRIGGS, MATTHEW, 1700, Cam 
bridge and Lexington, Mass. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1643. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
BRIGGS, WILLIAM, 1650-1716. Mem 
ber of Capt. Peleg Hunford s 
Troop, 1664. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 
BRIGHT, SERGEANT HENRY, 1602-1686, 
Watertown, Mass. Sergeant in 
the Military Co., 1664. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 
BRINCKLE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN, 

1763. Commissioned Lieut. - 

Col., 1756, Kent Co., Del., Regt. 

Brinckle, John, 400. 
BROCKLEBANK, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1628- 
1676, Rowley, Mass. Killed dur 
ing King Philip s War at Sud- 
bury. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 

Sylvester, William W., 150. 



430 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Brocklebank, John C, 288. 

Stanton, Josiah R., 363. 
BROCKWAY, WILLIAM, 1723-1798. Cap 
tain of the 5th Co., Lyme, Conn. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 

Spencer, Selden P., 315. 
BRODHEAD, CAPTAIN DANIEL. Officer 
in the service of Charles II., undei 
Col. Sir Richard Nicolls, 1664. 
Commander of the Forces at 
Esopus, 1665. Died in command 
of the Ulster Co. Militia, 1667. 

DuBois, William M., 57. 

Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 87. 

Reed, Henry B., 101. 

Reed, James M., Jr., 101, 150. 

Russell, Averly, C. H., 104. 
BRONSON, ABRAHAM, 1647-1719, of 
Lyme, Conn. Appointed Lieu 
tenant of the Train Band, 1689. 
Deputy, General Court. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 
BRONSON, ISAAC, 1645-1719. Sergeant 
at Waterbury, Conn., 1695. Dep 
uty, 1697-1701. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 

BRONSON, JOHN, 1680. Soldier in 

the Pequot War. Deputy from 
Farmington, 1 65 1 , Colony of Conn. 

Brown, Goodwin, 44. 

Collins, Holdridge Ozro, 50, 359. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 167. 

Bronson, Julius H., 219. 

French, Wm. F., 223. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 
BROOKE, ACTING GOVERNOR, ROBERT, 
1602-1655. Commissioned by 
Lord Baltimore. 1649. Comman- 
der-in-Chief of a new county in 
Maryland, and a Member of the 
Council. Commander of Charles 
Co., 1650. Appointed 1652, by 
Cromwell s Commissioners. Pres 
ident of the Council and Act 
ing Governor. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T., 101. 

Thomas, Douglass H., 118, 167. 

Spencer, John T. , 151. 

Browne, Bennet Bernard, 159. 

Smith, Thomas M., 166. 

Thomas, Douglass H., Jr., 168. 

Fleet, Alexander F., 31 1. 
BROOKE, MAJOR THOMAS, 1632-1676. 



Major Maryland Forces, 1660. 
Served in Expedition against In 
dians, 1667. Member of Assem 
bly for Calvert Co., 1663-1676. 

Thomas, Douglass H., 118, 167. 

Browne, Bennet B., 159. 
BROOKE, COLONEL THOMAS, 1660-1730. 
Member of Council, Province 
of Maryland, 1691-1 707- 1^24. 
President of the same, and Dep 
uty-Governor, 1720. 

Thomas, Douglass H., 118, 168. 

Mackenzie, George N., 164. 
BROOKS, LIEUTENANT JOSHUA, 1688- 
1768, Lincoln, Mass. Lieutenant 
in company which marched 
from Concord to Boston on the 
alarm of an expected attack by a 
French fleet, 1 746. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 
BROOKS (BROOKE), CAPTAIN THOMAS, 
- 1667, Concord, Mass. Dep 
uty to the General Court, 1642- 
1662. Captain, 1643. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 

Page, Walter Gilman, 198. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 

Brown, Otis S., 180. 

Moore, George H., 296. 
BROOKS, CAPTAIN TIMOTHY. Master of 
Garrison House at Billerica, Mass. 
King Philip s War. Captain, Bris 
tol Co. Militia, 1690. Rep 
resentative for Swanzey, 1689. 

Stewart, Wm. D., 115. 
BROWN, CAPTAIN DELIVERANCE, 1689- 
1768. Ensign, 1728. Lieutenant, 
1738. Captain, 1 739, Conn. Militia. 

Brown, Charles H., 43. 

Brown, Louis, 44. 

BROWN, FRANCIS, 1685. Member 

of Assembly of Conn., 1665-1669. 

Langdon, Perm, 325. 

Matthews, Caleb B., 326. 

BROWN, CAPTAIN GEORGE, 1668 , 

Billerica, Mass. Captain of the 
Militia. Served against the In 
dians in King William s War; 
and in Queen Anne s War, Rep 
resentative, 1716, et seq. 

Eaton, Joseph G., 185. 
BROWN, HENRY, 1625-1703. Deputy, 
General Court, Rhode Island, 
1652, et seq. 



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INDEX OP" ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
BROWN, JOHN, ist, 1584-1662, Swan- 
zey, Mass. Commissioner to the 
United Colonies, 1644-56. As 
sistant, 1636, et seq. Member, 
Council of War, 1642, et seq. 
Patentee with Edward Winslow of 
Rehobath. Plymouth Colony. 

Camp, Charles L. N., 46. 

Schroeder, J. Langdon, 107. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 

Tyler, Harry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 

Brown, Charles E., 219. 

Whitney, Eli, Jr., 234. 

Woolsey, Theodore S. , 234. 

Edwards, Edw. S., 341. 

BROWM,JOHN, 2d, 1662, Rehobath, 

Mass. Ensign, 1654. Member, 
Council of War, 1658. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 
BROWN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 3d, 1650-1709, 
Rehobath, Mass. Lieutenant in 
Swanzey Co., 1673. Captain, 
1675-1 686. Commissioner, United 
Colonies, First Associate Justice of 
Common Pleas, Bristol Co., 1685- 



Brown, Walter M., 44. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 
BROWN, JOHN, 1630-1706, Providence, 
R. I. Governor s Assistant, Rhode 
Island, 1665-1666. Founder of 
Brown University. 

Lawton, George P., 83. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Greene, Charies A., 256. 
BROWN, CORPORAL JOHN, 1713-1776. 
Corporal under Capt. Hercules 
Mooney. Col. Nathaniel Meserve s 
Regt., New Hampshire Troops un 
der Lieut. -Col. GofTe, Crown 
Point expedition, 1757. 

Brown, Willis, 310. 
BROWN, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1732-1817, 
Londonderry, N. H. Lieutenant, 
French and Indian Wars. 

Moseley, Edw. A., 246. 

Edwards, Edward J., 341. 

BROWN, NICHOLAS, 1673, Lynn, 

Mass. Deputy, 1641. 



Parker, C. Wallingford, 198. 

Parker, Herman, 199. 
BROWN, THOMAS, 1645-1709, Sudbury, 
Mass. Captain of Horse, 1697. 
Representative, 1692, et seq. 

Robinson Francis W., 203. 

Anderson, James F., 239. 
BROWN, THOMAS, 1657 , Hamp 
ton, N. H. Served in King Philip s 
War. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 
BROWNE, MAJOR HACKALIAH, Rye, N. Y. 
Westchester Co. Militia, 1752. 
Judge, 1755. Served under Lord 
Amherst, 1756. 

Satterlee, Thomas Le R., 105. 
BROWNE, WILLIAM, SR., 1608-1687. 
Deputy, Mass. General Court, 
i654- 59- 66. Assistant, 1680- 
1683. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

BROWNE, WILLIAM, JR., 1639-1716. 
Captain, Mass. Troop of Horse, 
1678. Council of Safety, 1689. 
Deputy, 1675-1680. Assistant, 
1683. Andros Councillor, 1688. 
Assistant, 1693-1713. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

BROWNE, COLONEL WILLIAM. Member 
of the House of Burgesses to 
Virginia, 1673, et seq. Lieutenant 
of Surrey Co., Va., 1687. 

Edmunds, Henry L., 311. 

BROWNELL, THOMAS, 1665. Deputy 

1664. Commissioner, \6^-6\~ 
63. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Pierce, James O., 346. 
BROWNSON, CAPTAIN (afterward GEN 
ERAL) GIDEON, of Vermont, 1739- 
1796. Served in the French and 
Indian Wars. Severely wounded 
and taken prisoner in the Expe 
dition to Canada. One of Warner s 
Green Mountain Boys." 

Cooke, Charles E., 241. 
BRYAN, ALEXANDER. Governor s Assis 
tant, Colony of Conn., 1668- 
1679. 

Stevens, John B., 1 14. 

French, William F., 223. 
BRYAN, JONATHAN. Aided General 
Oglethorp in settling the Province 
of Georgia. Member of first 
King s Council, 1754. 

Bryan, Joseph, 262. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BUCHANAN, DR. GEORGE, Druid Hill. 
Commissioner of Baltimore Co., 
1727, for life; one of those who 
laid out the City of Baltimore. 
Burgess, 1745-1749. 

Vickers, William H. C, 169. 

Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 
BUCK, COLONEL JONATHAN, of Bucks- 
port, Me. Lieutenant, 1745. 
Colonel, 1775. 

Moseley, Edward A., 246. 
BUCKINGHAM, THOMAS. Deputy, 1657, 
New Haven Colony. 

French, William F., 223. 

Fenner, Chas. Putnam, 360. 

BUCKMINSTER, COLONEL JOSEPH, SR., 

1666-1747, Framingham, Mass. 
In Sir Charles Hobby s Expedition. 



Corporal, 1638. Sergeant, 1639. 
Assistant, 1674-1675. Governor, 



Deputy, 1709-1723. 
MacVeagh, Eames, 295. 



Ensign 



AT&C1W ^-^O 11 } *-* 

BUEHLER, HENRY, 1740-1801 

Penn. Militia, 1759. 
Lamberton, James McC, 144. 
BUELL, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, Captain of 
West Company, Goshen, Conn. 
Lieutenant, 1759. Served in Capt. 
Seth King s Co., 1761. 
Buell, Frederick F., 45. 
BULKELEY. D.D., M.D., REVEREND GER- 
SHOM, 1636-1713. Chirurgeon and 
Chaplain, Conn., Troops, King 
Philip s War. 
Hubbell, Charles B., 74. 
Lord, Frank H., 84. 
Bulkeley, Morgan G., 219. 
Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
BULKELEY, CAPTAIN GERSHOM, 1679- 
753- Quartermaster, Troop of 
Horse, Fairfield Co., Conn., 1718. 
Cornet of Troops, 1722. Captain, 
1726. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 
Goodrich, William, 141. 
Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
Teall, Edward McK., 301. 

BULKELEY, PETER, 1643 , Concord, 

Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
i643- 73- 90, four terms. Speaker, 
1676. Governor s Assistant, 1677- 
1685. 

Shuart, Wm. H., no. 
Howe, Edw. W. } 191. 
Cadle, Charles F., 310. 
Swain, William C., 394. 
BULL, GOVERNOR HENRY, one of 18 
signers of Newport Compact, 1638. 



. 

Parkhurst, Charles D., 228. 
Bull, Melville, 405. 

BULL, CAPTAIN JOHN. Penn. Pro 
vincial Forces. Present at capture 
of Fort Duquesne. 
Patterson, John H., by representa 

tion, 96. 

BULL, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1606-1684. 
Served in the Pequot Fight. Cap 
tain of Hartford Co., defence ot 
Saybrook, 1675. 
Backus, Brady Electus, 35. 
Beatty, A. Chester, 37. 
Beatty, Robert C., 38. 
Beatty, William Gedney, 38. 
Brown, Louis, 44. 
Day, Robert W., 54. 
Foster, Reginald L., 62. 
Seymour, Henry, 109. 
Bull, Charles S., 219. 
Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 
Hale, Chas. R., 312. 
Adams, John Q., 33 8 - 
BULLARD, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1667-1727, 
Sherborn, Mass. Representative, 
1708, et seq. 

Johnson, Emery W., 192. 
BULLARD, ENSIGN SETH, 1736-1811, 
Walpole, Mass. Ensign, Co. of 
Foot, under Capt. Ebenezer Clap, 
Col. Eliphalet Pond, 1772. 
Carney, Sidney H., 47. 
Carney, Sidney H.Jr., 47. 
Carney, George J., 181. 
BULLARD, WILLIAM, 1594-1687, Ded- 
ham, Mass. Member of Capt. 
Lusher s Co., 1648. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Hill, Henry B., 342. 
Whipple, Charles H., 349. 
Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
BUMP, JACOB, 1738-1829. Served in 
Capt. S. Maynard sCo.,Col. Wil 
liam William s Regt., Mass. Militia, 
French and Indian Wars. 
Cox, Jas. Wm., Jr., 51. 
BUNCE, THOMAS. Soldier in the Pequot 

War, 1637. 
Day, Robert W., 55. 
Bunce, Jonathan B., 219. 
Gross, Chas. Edw., 224. 
Dickinson, Frederick, 289. 
MacVeagh, Eames, 295. 



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BURD, COLONEL JAMES, 1726-1793. 
Captain, 1 754. Commissary Brad- 
dock s Expedition. Major, 3rd 
Battallion, Augusta, Regt., 1756. 
Lieut. -Colonel, 2d Battalion, 1757. 
Colonel, 1758-1760, Provincial 
Forces of Penn. 

Brinton, John Hill, 137. 

Brinton, John H., Jr., 138. 

Brinton, Ward, 138. 

DaCosta, Charles F., 139. 

Grubb, E. Burd, 141, 256. 

Smith, Clement G., 151. 

Peale, Albert C., 247. 

Grubb, Chas. R., 256. 
BURGESS, THOMAS, 1687, Sand 
wich, Mass. Deputy, 1642-1668. 
Plymouth Colony. Member of 
Militia, 1643. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 
BURGESS, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1619- 
1683. Member Lord Baltimore s 
Council of Estate. Deputy-Gov 
ernor. Justice of High Provincial 
Court. Colonel of Militia. Gen 
eral-in-Chief of Military Forces, 
Province of Maryland. 

Spencer, John T., 151. 

Tilton, Palmer, 207. 

Tilton, Warren C., 208. 

Leaken, William P., 385. 
BURNHAM, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, JR., 
1620-1694. Ensign and Lieuten 
ant, Ipswich, Mass., Co. Deputy, 
1683-1685. 

Greenough, Eben W., 141. 

Platt, Franklin, 149. 
BURNHAM, THOMAS, 1617-1688. Soldier 
in King Philip s War. 

Strong, William W., 300. 
BURHANS, JACOB. Soldier under Ensign 
Dirck Schmitt, at Esopus, 
1660. 

Isham, Charles, 77. 

BURNETT, ROBERT, - - 1714. One 
of the Proprieters of the Province 
of New Jersey, and Councillor. 

Montgomery, Thomas H., 147. 

Montgomery, Archibald R., 147. 

Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 

Watson, Samuel N., 316. 

BURR, BENJAMIN, 1681. Original 

settler of Hartford. Soldier in 
Pequot War, 1637, under Capt. 
John Mason. 

Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 



BURR, DANIEL, Commissary, Fairfield 
Co., French and Indian War. 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 

BURR, JEHU, ist, 1672. Deputy 

from Fairfield, Commissioner for 
the United Colonies, 1664. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 
BURR, JEHU, 2d. Member of Conn. 
Council of War, 1675-1676. 
Deputy for Fairfield, 1 660- 1 69 1 . 
Lieutenant Conn. Militia, 1673. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Longacre, James B., 146. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
BURR, COLONEL JOHN, 2d. Member of 
Council, 1729-1740. Served at 
Port Royal, 1710. 

Guthrie, Edward B., 68. 

Hosmer, Edward S., 74. 

Jennings, Oliver G., 78. 
BURR, MAJOR JOHN, 1673-1750, Fair- 
field Co., Conn. Captain, 1690. 
Commissary, French and Indian 
War, 1693. Major, 1694. 

Jennings, Albert Gould, 78. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 
BURR, MAJOR PETER, 1667-1754. 
Auditor, 1700-1724. Deputy, 
1 700- 1 702 . Speaker, 1 702 . Assist 
ant, 1703-1724. Judge Superior 
Court, 1711-1716. Chief Judge 
to 1724. Major, 4th Regt., 
1694. 

Jennings, Albert Gould, 78. 
BURRILL, EBENEZER, 1679-1761. Coun 
cillor or Assistant, 1731, et seq. 
Representative, Lynn, Mass. 

Atwill, James W., 309. 

Wheaton, Frank, 374. 
BURRILL, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1631-1703. 
Soldier in King Philip s War, one 
of the Soldier Grantees of Lynn, 
Mass. Representative, 1 692- 1 697. 
Councillor, 1721. 

Wheaton, Frank, 374. 
BURT, BENJAMIN, 1680-1759. North 
ampton. He and his wife taken 
captive by the Indians at Deerfield 
Meadows, 1 704. Both were re 
leased in 1706 by an expedition 
under Ensign Sheldon. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
BURT, HENRY, Dorchester and Spring 
field, Mass. Member of the first 
Military Co., Springfield. In 1657 
Clerk of the Co. 



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Burt, Stephen S., 45. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Burt, Andrew S., 288. 
BURT, JOSEPH, 1673-1759. In Garri 
son at Northfield in Capt. Joseph 
Kellogg s Co., 1723-1724. Also 
in the Crown Point Expedi 
tion. 

Burt, Stephen $.,45. 
BURT, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1711- 
1755, Longmeadow. Captain of 
a company in Col. Ephraim Wil 
liams Regt. Killed in battle at 
Lake George. 

Hurd, Harold, 76. 

Hurd, Charles R., 192. 

Warner, Frank E., 208. 
BURTON, ISAAC, (!SEK) 1 706, Tops- 
field, Mass. Of Capt. Joseph 
Gardiner s Co., Salem and vicinity, 
mustered on Dedham Plain, 95 
strong, King Philip s War. 

Griffith, William H., 67. 

Burton, George, 180. 
BURTON, JONATHAN, 1 74 1 - 1 8 1 1 , Middle- 
ton, Mass., and Wilton, N. H. 
Private in Capt. Andrew Gidding s 
Co., Col. Jonathan Bayley s 
Regt., 1759, Louisburg Expedi 
tion. 

Burton, George S., 180. 
BUSH, ENSIGN CHARLES, 1717-1755, New 
Castle, Del. Ensign, 1747-1748. 
Colonial Militia. 

Buck, Francis N., 400. 

Bush, George W., jr., 400. 

Bush, Joshua D., 400. 

Ward, Christopher L., 401. 
BUSHNELL, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1652- 
1727, Norwich, Conn. Ensign, 
1693. Lieutenant, 1698. Cap 
tain, 1701. Deputy, 1 69 1, thirty- 
seven terms. Member of the 
Council, 1703. Commissioner in 
the Mason Controversy. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 

BUSHNELL, WILLIAM, 2d, 1648 . 

Lieutenant, Conn. Militia, 1679. 

Elwood, George May, 60. 
BUTLER, BENJAMIN, 1673-1755. Ensign, 
of 5th Co., 6th Regt., Conn. 
Troops, 1746. 

Sanger, J. P., 247. 

BUTLER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, ! 747> 

Framingham, Mass. Lieutenant in 
Capt. Ephraim Baker s Co., ist 



Mass, Regt. Lieut. -General Wil 
liam Pepperell. Colonel, Louis, 
burg Expedition, 1745. 

Seamans, Frank M., 203. 
BUTLER, JOHN, Roxbury, Mass. A. & 
H. A. Co., 1644. 

Gilbert, James H., 291. 
BUTLER, RICHARD, 1684. Repre 
sentative to General Court, Colony 
of Conn., 1656-1660. 

Harral, George, 69. 

Mann, Matthew D., 87. 

Kent, Henry O., 269. 
BUTLER, CAPTAIN PETER, 1699, Boston, 
Mass., and Middletown, Conn. 
Captain of Militia. 

Gilbert, James H., 291. 
BUTLER, SIMON, 1715-1795. Trump 
eter, in the Company of Capt. John 
Carter, Col. Oliver Wilder s Regt., 
marched from Lancaster, Mass., for 
the relief of Fort William Henry, 

757. 

White, John B., 317. 
BUTLER, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1653- 
1730, Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant 
in Capt. Francis Wainwright s 
Co., 1696. 
Foster, Joseph, 268. 
BUTLER, CAPTAIN ZEBULON, 1731-1795. 
Served in the French and Indian 
War in 1758, on the Canadian 
frontier and at Fort Edward, Lake 
George, Ticonderoga, and Crown 
Point; also in the Havana Expe 
dition, 1762. 

Griffin, Francis Butler, 66. 
Heilner, George C., 71. 
BUTTERFIELD, BENJAMIN, Private in 
Choate s Regt., 1745, at the 
siege of Louisburg. Ensign, 
1745. 
Boucher, Charles, 42. 

BUTTERS, WILLIAM, 692, Wo- 

burn, Mass. Served in King 
Philip s War, 1676, under Capt. 
Joseph Syll. 
Young, Harry, 212. 
Butters, William, 339. 
BUTZ, MICHAEL, 1730-1779. Pri 
vate in Capt. Jacob Arndt s 
Co., Northampton Co., Penn., 
1763. First Colonial company 
formed. 

Eyerman, John, 256. 
BYRD, WILLIAM, ist, 1650-1704. Mem- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ber of the Council, House of Bur 
gesses, and " Receiver-General of 
His Majesty s Revenues, Colony of 
Virginia." 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 
BYRD, WILLIAM, 2d, 1674-1744. For 
thirty-seven years a member of the 
King s Council, Dominion of Vir 
ginia, and eventually its President. 
Agent of the Dominion in Eng 
land. Founder of the City of 
Richmond. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 
BYRD, COLONEL WILLIAM, 301,1728-1777. 
Colonel of the 2d Virginia Regt., 
1756. Member of the King s 
Council. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 

CABELL, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, Captain in 
Militia prior to 1 744. 

Cabell, James Allston, 262. 
CADWALADER, DR. THOMAS, 1707- 
1779. Member of the Council, 
Province of Penn., 1733-1776. 
Chairman Board of War, 1759- 
1762. Member of Capt. Bathe s 
Independent Foot Co., 1756. 

Cadwalader, Charles E., 138. 

Cadwalader, Richard M., 138. 

CADY, SERGEANT NICHOLAS, , 

Watertown and Groton. Mem 
ber of Capt. Mason s Watertown 
Co., 1653. 

Jordan, Scott, 294. 

CALDWELL, MAJOR ANDREW, I 774- 

Major in Kent Co., Delaware Regt., 
French and Indian War. 

Gray, Andrew C., 400. 

Gray, George, 400. 

Wilson, Andrew G., 401. 
CALKIN, HUGH, 1600-1690. Deputy 
from Gloucester to the General 
Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 1650- 
1651. From New London and 
Norwich, 1652, et seq., twenty- 
two sessions, Colony of Conn. 
Commissioner to enlist men for 
expeditions against the Indians, 
1653-1654. 

BellJaredW., 39. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
CALL, JOHN, 1635-1682. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Holden, Joshua B., 190. 



CALL, JOHN, 1672-1713, Charlestown, 

Mass., Ensign, Captain. 
Holden, Joshua B., 190. 
CALL, SAMUEL, 1698-1747, Soldier at 

Louisburg. 
Holden, Joshua B., 190. 

GALLOWAY, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 

1 780. Colonial Forces of Virginia, 
French and Indian War, 1755- 
1764. 

Arnold, Conway H., Jr., 34. 
Wood, Thomas C., 130. 
CAMPBELL, SAMUEL. Commissioned En 
sign, 1 768. Second Lieutenant at 
Fort George, 1772. Served in the 
old French War, 1772. 
Campbell, William A., 46. 
CANDEE, SAMUEL, 1678-1749. Lieu 
tenant at New Haven, Conn., 
1731. Captain, 1737. 
Candee, Henry H., 310. 
CANFIELD, THOMAS, 1689. Ser 
geant at Stamford, Conn. Dep 
uty, General Court. 
Smith, R. A., 248. 
Abbott, EvertonJ., 338. 

CANNON, CAPTAIN ANDREW, 1711. 

Captain of Militia, Richmond 
Co., N. Y., 1693, to succeed Cor 
nelius Corson (Vroom) deceased. 
Suydam, Walter L., 117. 
CAPELL, JOHN. Expedition to Lake 
George, Capt. James Read s Co., 
Col. Ruggles Regt., 1758. Died 
in service. 

Capell, William B., 47. 
CAPEN, LIEUTENANT HOPESTILL, 1730- 
1807. Commissioned Ensign, 1 763, 
Capt. Onesimus Williams Co., 
under Col. Joseph Jackson. Lieu 
tenant, 1767, Capt. John Lever- 
ett s Co., of the same. A. & H. 
A. Co. 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 
CAPEN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1613-1692. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1646. Deputy 
from Dorchester, Mass., 1 671 - 73- 
78. Captain of Militia. 
Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 204. 
Capen, Walter N., 219. 
Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 
CAPRON, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1691-1776. 
Captain, 2d Foot Co., of Attle- 
borough, Mass., 1757. 
Wheelock, William B., 304. 
CARD, JOHN, 1705, Colony of 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Rhode Island and Providence 
Plantations. Governor s Assist 
ant, 1665-1666. 

Deen, William M., 255. 
CARDER," RICHARD, Boston, Mass., 
Portsmouth and Warwick, R. I., 
i659- 6o- 63. Commissioner, 1 664- 
66. Deputy, General Court, 1666. 
Chosen Assistant, but refused. 

Felton, Samuel M., 323. 

CAREY, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, . 

Commissioned Captain, 9th Co., 
7th Mass. Regt, Col. Shubael 
Gorham, 1744, Louisburg Expedi 
tion. 

Lovering, Henry M., 195. 
CARLETON, GEORGE, 1702-1783. Served 
in Capt. Adams Co., Col. James 
Frye, 1756. Corporal under the 
same, 1757. Ensign Alarm List, 
Boxford, Mass. 

Carleton, Horace M., 47. 
CARNEY, MARK, 1740-1782. Served in 
French and Indian War, i759- 6o. 
Sentinel in Capt. Leissner s Co., 
1760. 

Carney, Sydney H., 47. 

Carney, Sydney H., Jr., 47. 
CARPENTER, EMANUEL. Member of 
Penn. Colonial Assembly; Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas, 1760- 
1780. 

Forney, James, 268. 
CARPENTER, SAMUEL, 1650-1714, Prov 
ince of Penn. Treasurer, 1704. 
Member of the Governor s Coun 
cil, five terms, 1687-1713; also 
Assistant Governor. 

Griscom, Clement A. 141. 

Hollingsworth, William W., 142. 

Lewis, William F., 146. 

Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 369. 
CARPENTER, WILLIAM, SR., 1576-1660, 
Weymouth, Mass. Deputy to Gen 
eral Court, 1641-1643. 

Munro, Wilfred H., 148. 
CARPENTER, WILLIAM, Providence, R. 1. 
Deputy, \664,etseq. Governor s 
Assistant, 1665-1672. 

Carpenter, James O., 47. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
CARR, GOVERNOR CALEB. Commissioner 
R. I. five terms, 1654-1662. Gen 
eral Treasurer, 1661-1662. Dep 
uty, 1664-1690. Assistant, 1691. 
Governor, 1695. 



Lee, Edmund J., 145. 

Page, S. Davis, 148. 
CARTER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1616-1692, 
Woburn, Mass. Ensign, 1651. 
Lieutenant, 1664. Captain in 
King Philip s War. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Platt, Franklin, 149. 

Thompson, Abijah, 207. 

Gordon, Geo. A., 269. 

Hardy, Cyrus A., 293. 
CARTER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1652-1727, 
Woburn, Mass. Capt. Na 
thaniel Davenport s Co., King 
Philip s War. Sergeant, 1682. 
Lieutenant, 1700-1727. 

Platt, Franklin, 149. 
CARTER, COLONEL JOHN, 1713-1796, 
Lancaster, Mass. Marched to the 
relief of Fort William Henry, 
1758. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 
CARTER, COLONEL JOHN. Member 
House of Burgesses, 1643-1658. 
Commanded expedition against 
Rappahannock Indians, 1 654. Ap 
pointed to the Council, 1668. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 

Carter, Thomas Nelson, 262. 

Wright, William H., 363. 
CARTER, ROBERT, 1663-1732. Speaker 
of the House of Burgesses, Vir 
ginia, six years. Treasurer of 
the Colony, and, pending Gov. 
Gooch s arrival, Acting Governor. 

Childs, William W., 48. 

McCulloch, Champe C., 87. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 

Carter, John S., 310. 
CARTER, SAMUEL, 1678-1738, Lancaster, 
Mass. Served in a Garrison under 
Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder, 1 704. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 
CAREY, COLONEL MILES, 1620-1667. 
Colonel and Burgess from War 
wick Co., Va, 1659, etseq. Mem 
ber of Colonial Council. 

Carey, W. Miles, 160. 
CATLIN, JOHN, 1643-1704. Killed in 
the defence of Deerfield, Mass., 
Feb. 29. 

Saxton, Henry Dearborn, 247. 

CATLIN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1704-1758. 

Commandant at Fort Shirley, 

Mass., 1747-1748. Captain in 

H. M. Service in the Indian wars, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1 749~ 5<)~ 57- Commanded twelve 
forts extending from Northfield to 
Pontoosuc in 1758; died in the 
service. 

Saxton, Henry Dearborn, 247. 
CATLIN, JOSEPH. Killed in the defence 
of Deerfield against the French 
and Indians under Hertel de Rou- 
ville, Feb. 29, 1704. 

Saxton, Henry Dearborn, 247. 
CATLIN, LIEUTENANT SETH, 1734-1798. 
Lieutenant in H. M. s Service in 
the Indian wars, 1 759 - 1 760. 
Quartermaster, Gen. Timothy 
Ruggles Regt. Lieutenant in 
Capt. Shepard s Co., 1761-1762. 

Saxton, Henry Dearborn, 247. 
CATTELL, WILLIAM, 1682-1752. Mem 
ber of Council, South Carolina, 
1724. 

Hall, William C, 243. 
CHAMBERLAIN, JOSEPH, Hadley, Mass. 
Soldier in " The Falls Fight," 
King Philip s War. Capt. Turner. 

Isham, Charles, 77. 

CHAMBERLIN, JOSEPH, 1655-1721, Sud- 
bury, Mass. Soldier, Narragansett 
War under Capt. Poole. Took 
part in " Great Swamp Fight." 
In garrison at Westfield, 1676. 

Chamberlin, Clarence A., 339. 

Chamberlin, Jehiel W., 339! 
CHAMBERLIN, NATHANIEL, 1689-1780. 
Soldier in Capt. Benjamin D wight s 
Co. of Rangers in " Father Ralle s " 
War, 1 725, from Hatfield. Taken 
prisoner by the Indians. In Crown 
Point Expedition, 1 755, and in gar 
rison at Northfield, 1758. 

Chamberlin, Jehiel W., 339. 
CHAMBERLIN, RICHARD, 1714-1784. 
Soldier in Capt. Phineas Stevens 
Co., Northfield, Mass., 1747, and 
Capt. Selah Bernard s Co., Col. 
William Williams Regt., 1758. 

Chamberlin, George H., 339. 

Chamberlin, Jehiel W., 339. 
CHAMBERLIN, THOMAS. Soldier in King 
Philip s War. 

Estey, Julius J., 279. 

Estey, Jacob G., 279. 
CHAMBERLIN, THOMAS, JR. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Estey, Julius J., 279. 

Estey, Jacob G., 279. 
CHAMPION, MAJOR HENRY, 1723-1797. 



Ensign of East Haddam South Co., 
1741. Lieutenant, 1750. Capt. 
1 2th Co., 1758, and of 5th Co. 
of 2d Regt., Conn. Forces, 1759, 
French and Indian War. Major 
of 1 2th Colonial Militia, 1775. 
Deputy, i76i- 65- 79. 

Storrs, Leonard Kipp, 206. 

Perkins, J. Deming, 228. 
CHAMPLIN, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL CHRIS 
TOPHER, 1731-1805. Major, 1755, 
at Crown Point. Commissary, 
1755. Lieut. -Colonel, 1756. 

Mason, G. Champlin, Jr., 147. 
CHAMPLIN, CAPTAIN JEFFREY, 1652-1715. 
Deputy to the General Court, 
Rhode Island, \68i,etseq. Cap 
tain of Militia, 1690. Governor s 
Assistant, 1696-1715. 

Cook, Stephen, 340. 
CHAMPLIN, JEFFREY. Commissioned 
Second Lieutenant, 3d Co., ist 
Regt., Mass. Troops, under Gen. 
Pepperrell at Cape Breton. 

Champlin, George G., 47. 
CHAMPLIN, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 2d Com 
pany, Westerly, R. I., 1767. Lieu 
tenant to Capt. Amos Hammond, 
Crown Point Expedition, 1756. 
Captain, 1767. 

Champlin, George G., 47. 
CHAMPLIN, WILLIAM, 1654-1715. Royal 
Justice. Captain of Militia. Mem 
ber of Assembly. Soldier in King 
Philip s War at Scarsborough, 
1676. 

Champlin, George G., 47. 
CHANDLER, MAJOR JOB, Maryland Pro 
vincial Forces, 1651-1656. Cap 
tured by the Puritans at the bat 
tle of Providence, Annapolis, 1655. 
Receiver-General of Providence 
and Councillor, 1651 and 1656. 
Justice Provincial Court and Com 
missioner, 1651. 

Chandler, Walter, 48, 254. 

CHANDLER, THOMAS, 1 1 1 7> An- 

dover, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1678-1681. Lieutenant, 
Foot Co., 1683. 

Maynard, George C., 245. 
CHANDLER, COLONEL WILLIAM, Mary 
land Provincial Forces. In com 
mand of the "foote souldiers" 
of Charles Co., 1681. 

Chandler, Walter, 48, 254. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



CHAPIN, ELISHA, 1756. Com 
mander of Fort Mass., 1754. Mas 
sacred by the Indians at Hoosack, 
July 1 1. 

Chapin, Charles F., 220. 
CHAPIN, JAPHET, 1642-1712. OfCapt. 
William Turner s Co. in the Falls 
Fight, King Philip s War. 

Barnes, Alfred Cutler, 36. 

Chapin, Henry Dwight, 48. 

Hill, Robert C, 72. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 218. 

Chapin, Charles F., 220. 

Kim ball, Arthur R., 226. 
CHAPIN, CAPTAIN JOSIAH, 1634-1726. 
Sergeant, 1685. Ensign, 1687, 
Mendon, Mass., Militia. Lieu 
tenant, 1689. Captain, 1692. 
Deputy, 1689, et seq. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Norcross, Grenville H., 197. 
CHAPIN, DEACON SAMUEL, Springfield, 
Mass. For many years appointed, 
with John Pynchon and Eleazer 
Holyoke, by the General Court of 
Mass., Bay Colony to govern 
Springfield. At its burning in 
King Philip s War, was a partici 
pant in repelling the attack from 
fortified houses. 

Spooner, Frank E., 300. 
CHAPIN, SETH, 1668-1746. Captain of 
Mass. Colonial Forces at Mendon, 
1714, et seq. Representative 
many years. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Meacham, Franklin A., 295. 
CHAPLINE, CAPTAIN MOSES, 1698-1772. 
Maryland Militia, 1757, French and 
Indian War. 

Collum, RichardS., 139. 
CHAPMAN, CAPTAIN ROBERT, 1616-1689. 
Served in the Pequot War under 
Lieut. Lion Gardiner, and in King 
Philip s War. Captain, 1675. 
Deputy from Saybrook forty-three 
times, and Assistant nine times, 
1654-1684. 

Chapman, Thomas B., 48. 

Dyer, Horace Edward, 278. 

CHASE, ENSIGN MOSES, 1663 , New- 

bury, Mass. Capt. Hugh March s 
Co. "Snowshoe Men," Essex 
North Regt., 1710. 

Rollins, Edward A., 104. 

Chase, Allan McC. P., 181. 



Chase, Clement, 332. 
Chase, Champion S., 332. 

CHASE, THOMAS, 1654 , Newbury, 

Mass. Soldier in Major Samuel Ap- 
pleton s command, Narragansett 
Campaign, King Philip s War. 
Bennett, Josiah C., 178. 
Bennett, LarkinE., 178. 
CHASE, WELLS, 1710 . "Centinel," 



Capt. Enoch Bailey s Co., New 
bury, Mass, in service on the 
" Eastern Frontier," 1754. 
Young, Harvey, 212. 
CHASE, WILLIAM, 2d, 1622-1685, Yar 
mouth. Drummer in Pequot 
Wars and in Narragansett Expedi 
tion against the Indians. 
Watson, William H., 127. 
CHASE, WILLIAM, 3d, 1645-1737. Sol 
dier in King Philip s War. 
Watson, William H., 127. 
CHAUNCEY, COLONEL ELIHU, 1710-1791. 
Colonel of Regiment, French and 
Indian War. Chief Justice, Colony 
of Conn. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 
Chauncey, Charles, 138. 
Savage, William L., 150. 
CHECKLEY, ANTHONY, 1636-1708. At 
torney-General of Province of 
Mass., 1689-1703. Ensign, 1675, 
of Foot Co. Sergt. of Artillery 
Co., 1677. Lieut., 1683. 
Parsons, William D., 95. 
CHECKLEY, SAMUEL, 1653-1738. Cap 
tain of A. H. A. Co. Colonel, 
171=;. Representative to General 
Court, 1702-1717. 
Dorr, Dalton, 140. 
Pike, Chas. E., 346. 

CHENEY, DANIEL 1737 , Newbury, 

Mass. Of Capt. Thomas Pike s 
Co., Col. Bagley s Regt., Crown 
Point Expedition, 1755. 
Cheney, John E., 181. 
CHENEY, EBENEZER, 1741-1828. Soldier 
in Amherst Division, 1759, French 
and Indian War. Sergeant in Capt. 
William Jones Co., Crown Point 
Expedition, 1759. 
Hall, Lewis, 68. 
Sears, Clinton B., 109. 
CHESEBORO, NATHANIEL. Soldier in King 

Philip s War, 1675-1676. 
Plumb, Henry B., 228. 
CHESEBOROUGH, WILLIAM, 1594-1667, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Stonington, Conn. Deputy from 
Boston, General Court of Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1640. Deputy to 
the General Assembly of Conn. 
1653, *f 5*9. 

Adams, Edward M., 175. 

Mumford, James G., 197. 
CHESTER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1635-1698, 
Wethersfield. Trooper, 1658. 
Lieutenant, 1672. Captain, 1677. 
Deputy, 1678-1689, Colony of 
Conn. 

Ormsbee, Herman W., 94. 

Walbridge, T. C, 125, 152. 

Wells, Eben F.,349. 
CHESTER, MAJOR JOHN, 1656-1711, 
Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign, 
1689. Captain, 1698. "Sergeant- 
Major for the countie of Hartford," 
1702. Member of "Committee 
of Warre," 1706-1708. Deputy, 
1694-1701. Speaker, 1699. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1701-1711. 

Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 

Walbridge, T. C., 125, 152. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 
CHESTER, COLONEL JOHN, 1703-1771, 
Wetherfield, Conn. Ensign, 17:4. 
Captain, 1725. Lieut. -Colonel, 
6th Regt., 1739. Colonel, 1756. 
Member of Committee of Warre, " 
1745, and in 1754. Deputy 
twenty-five years ; Governor s 
Assistant eighteen years. Com 
missioner to the Conference with 
the Six Nations at Albany, 1 75 1 . 

Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 

Walbridge, T. C., 125, 152. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 
CHEW, BENJAMIN, 1722-1810. Mem 
ber of the Council, Province of 
Penn., 1755. Commissioner of 
Defence of Philadelphia, 1761. 
Attorney-General, 1755. Speaker 
of the Assembly, 1756. Chief 
Justice Supreme Court, 1 774. 

Jackson, Oswald, 77. 

Montgomery, Henry E., 89. 

McHenry, Howard, 162. 
CHEW, COLONEL JOHN, 1590-1655. 
Member House of Burgesses of 
Virginia from Hog Island, 1623- 
24- 29, and from York Co., 1642- 
1 644. f 

Chew, Samuel Claggett, 160. 

Chew, Thomas J., 160. 



Paca, John P., 165. 

Tuck, Philemon H., 168. 

Williams, Mason W., 169. 

CHEW, COLONEL SAMUEL, 677. 

Member House of Burgesses, 1659, 
and of the Governor s Council, 
1669-1677. Chancellor and Sec 
retary of the Province. Colonel 
Provincial Forces of Maryland, 
1675. 

Jackson, Oswald, 77. 

Montgomery, James E., 8g. 

Thomas, Lawrence B., 118. 

Chew, DavidS. B., 138. 

Chew, Samuel C., 160. 

Chew, Thomas J., 160. 

Paca, John P., 165. 

Tuck, Philemon H., 168. 

Williams, Mason L. W., 169. 

Chew, Fielder B., 339. 

CHICKERING, DEACON FRANCIS, 

1658, Dedham, Mass. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1649. Deputy, 1644- 
1653. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
CHILD, JOSHUA. Served in Capt. Hoi- 
brook s Co. against the Indians, 
1716. 

Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 57, 369. 
CHILDS, CAPTAIN PENUEL, 1699-1760. 
Deputy from Killingly, Conn., five 
terms. Ensign, 1737, at Thomp 
son. Lieutenant of the 2d Co. at 
Killingly, 1 744, and Captain South 
Co. i ith Regt., 1753. 

Childs, James Edmund, 48. 

CHITTENDEN, ISAAC, 1676, Scituate, 

Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 1658, 
et seq. Killed by the Indians 
while serving in defence of Scituate, 
King Philip s War. 

Seaver, James E., 204. 

Stetson, G. R., 248. 
CHITTENDEN, LIEUTENANT - COLONEL 
THOMAS, 1730-1797. Major i4th 
Regt., 1767-1770, and Lieut. - 
Colonel, 1770-1773. Deputy 
General Court, 1 765 - 69 - 72. 
Colony of Conn. Governor of 
Vermont. 

Chittenden, Edw. A., 278. 

Fletcher, T. Chittenden, 279. 

CHITTENDEN, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1593- 

1660. One of four men clothed 

by the Guilford, Conn., Colony 

with " full power and authority to 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



act, order, and despatch all mat 
ters respecting the public weale 
and civile government of the Plan 
tation, until a church was gathered 
among them." In 1643 elected 
principal military man, Magistrate 
of the Plantation, and Deputy 
until his death. 

Buell, Frederick F., 45. 

Buel, Jno. L., 219. 

Chittenden, Edwin S., 260, 339. 

Chittenden, Edw. A., 278. 

Fletcher, Truman C, 279. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 

Tracy, Robert S., 355. 

Brewer, William A., 359. 

CHOATE, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1695. 

Chebacco, (Essex), Mass., Troops, 
Louisburg Expedition. 

Low, Wm. G., Jr., 85. 
CHRISTOPHERS, CHRISTOPHER, 1 683- 1 728- 
29. Captain 2d Co., New Lon 
don, 1715. Naval Officer ; 1714. 
Deputy, 1 72 1 . Member of Coun 
cil, 1718-1725. Governor s Assist 
ant, 1723-1725. Judge of New 
London County Court, 1724. 
Commissionary on Expedition to 
Port Royal, 1710, and Expedition 
against Canada, 1711. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 

Prentis, Edward, 229. 
CHUBBOCK, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1648- 
1690, Hingham, Mass. Lieuten 
ant, the Hingham Forces; lost his 
life in Phips Expedition. 

Crandon, Edwin S., 182. 
CHURCH, COLONEL BENJAMIN, 1639-1 71 8. 
One of the most distinguished 
officers of the early Indian Wars. 
Commanded the party by whom 
King Philip was killed. Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Expedition 
against the Eastern Indians, 1689. 

Chapman, Thomas B., 48. 

Gushing, Harry C., Jr., 52. 

Douw, Charles G., 57. 

Dwight, Arthur S., 58, 370. 

Powers, Herman R., 298. 

Stevens, John A., 406. 
CHURCH, SERGEANT RICHARD, 1608-1668, 
Plymouth. Served in the Pequot 
War. Member of the Plymouth 
Military Co., 1643. 

Bell, Jared W.,39. 

Dorman, William B., 184. 



Plumb, Henry B., 228. 

Spencer, Selden P., 315. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 
CHURCHILL COLONEL WILLIAM. Mem 
ber of the Virginia Council, 1705- 
1725. 

Gill, William H., 161. 

CHUTE, SERGEANT THOMAS, 1690 , 

New Marblehead (Windham), Me. 
Served under Capt. George Berry, 
1747. Capt. Daniel Hills, 1748- 
1 749. In charge of the Province 
Fort, i749- 56- 59, French and 
Indian War. 

Bodge, George M., 179. 
CLAIBORNE, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1587- 
1676. Secretary of State, Vir 
ginia, 1625, et seq. Member of 
Council, 1625-1660. In 1642 
made Treasurer for life; 1653, 
Deputy-Governor. Commanded 
Expeditions against the Indians in 
1629 and 1644. 

Lyons, James, 262. 

Edmunds, Henry, 311. 
CLAP(P), HOPESTILL, 1647-1719, Dor 
chester, Mass. In garrison at 
Punkapog, King Philip s War. 
Representative, 1 702- 1 707. 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 
CLAPP, MAJOR JONATHAN, 1713-1782. 
Major, Mass. Militia. 

Allen, Theodore L., 176. 
CLAPP, CAPTAIN PRESERVED, 1643-1720, 
Northampton, Mass. Deputy to 
the General Court. 

Orne, Henry M., 95. 

Allen, Theodore L., 176. 
CLAPP (CLAP), CAPTAIN ROGER, 1609- 
1690, Dorchester, Mass. Lieu 
tenant, 1644. A. & H. A. Co., 
1646. Lieutenant, 1655. Cap 
tain at the Castle (Fort Indepen 
dence), 1665-1686. Deputy, 
1652, thirteen years. 

Hillhouse, Francis, 72. 

Orne, Henry M., 95. 

Allen, Theodore L., 176. 

Hemenway, FredT., 189. 

Pierce, George F., 200. 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 

Boyd, Allen R., 240. 

CLAPP, CAPTAIN ROGER, 1684 . 

Captain, Conn. Militia. Deputy, 
General Court, Mass. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Orne, Henry M., 95. 
Allen, Theodore L., 176. 
CLAPP, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1634-1708, of 

the Dorchester, Mass., Militia. 

Deputy to 1689-1699. 
Capen, Walter N., 219. 
Boyd, Allen R., 240. 
CLAPP, MAJOR SAMUEL, Scituate. Major 

of Mass. Militia, Queen Anne s 

War. Deputy, Plymouth Colony, 

1680, et seq, and Mass. General 

Court, 1692-1715. 
Hemenway, Fred T., 189. 
Pierce, Geo. F., 200. 
Clap. Frederick Walter, 267. 
CLAPP, THOMAS, 1 597- 1 684, Dorchester, 

Weymouth, and Scituate, Mass. 

Deputy General Court, 1646. 
Clapp, Frederick Walter, 267. 
CLARK, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1622-1710. 



Secretary of Colony, 1 6^-64-65- 

66. Lieutenant of First Cavalry 

in Conn.. 1658. Captain, 1658- 

64- 66. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 221. 
Van Dyke, Harry W. ; 248. 
Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 
Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 
Strong^ William W., 300. 
CLARK, GEORGE, 1610-1690. Deputy, 

General Court of Conn., 1666. 
Clarke, William B., 310. 
CLARK, JOHN, 1608-1713. Patentee of 

Conn., Charter from Charles II. 

Soldier in Pequot War. 
Leonard, Edgar C., 83. 
Sill, Frederick S., 1 10. 
Stafford, William F., 114. 
Eaton, George F., 222. 
Hart, Samuel, 224. 
Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 
Spencer, Selden, 315. 
Edwards, Charles L., 323. 
Chittenden, Edward, 340. 
Edwards, Edward J., 341. 
Barrows, John W., 368. 
CLARK, CAPTAIN JOHN, Saybrook, Conn. 

Major of a Foot Co., expedition 

against Canada. 
Flint, Wyman K.,29O. 
Clark, Orlando E., 393. 
CLARK, ROBERT. 1710-1775. Repre 

sentative General Court of New 

Hampshire, 1756-1757. 
Anderson, John W., 309. 
CLARK (CLARKE) LIEUTENANT THADDEUS, 



1690, of Falmouth, Me. 

Killed there in the second Indian 
War. 

Weston, James L., 209. 

Moseley, Edward A., 246. 

Hill, Wallace M., 256. 
CLARK (CLARKE), THOMAS, 1599-1697. 
Deputy, Plymouth Colony, 1651- 
1655. Served against the Pequot 
Indians, 1637. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Lovering, Henry M., 195. 

Clark, A. Howard, 241. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 

Ballard, Esek S., 379. 
CLARK, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1609- 
1690. King Philip s War. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 

Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 

Spalding, George B., 112. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 1 12. 

Clark, Charles H., 220. 

Love, Wm. DeLoss, 227. 
CLARK(E), CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER. Vir 
ginia Militia, Hanover Co., 1727. 

Pugh, Achilles H., 327. 

Wood, Charles M., 328. 

Wood, Ephraim M., 328. 
CLARK(E), DANIEL. Lieutenant First 
Troop of Horse under Capt. John 
Mason, 1657-1658. Captain, 
1664-1680. Secretary, Colony of 
Conn., 1658-1663. Royal Char 
terer, 1662. Deputy, 1656-1661. 
Magistrate, 1662-1664. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 221. 

CLARKE, HUGH, 693, Roxbury, 

Mass. Member of the Artillery Co., 
1666. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 

CLARKE, CAPTAIN JEREMIAH, 1662. 

Assistant, President, Regent, and 
Acting Governor, Rhode Island 
Colony, 1648. Treasurer, 1644- 
1647. Lieutenant, 1642. Cap 
tain, 1644. 

Robbins, Howard S., 103. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Wister, Rodman, i 54. 

Pell, Howland, 406. 
CLARKE, JOSEPH, 1618-1694. Named as 
Governor s Assistant in the Rhode 
Island Charter of 1663. Assistant 
in 1648, et seq. 

Horton, Wm. E., 73, 244. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Deen, William M., 255. 

Greene, Charles A., 256. 
CLARKE, ENSIGN NATHANIEL, 1642-1690, 
Newbury, Mass. Naval Officer of 
the ports of Newbury and Salem, 
1 684. Ensign, Capt. Daniel Pierce s 
Co., at Rowley, 1685. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 
CLARKE, NATHANIEL, 1666-1690, New 
bury, Mass. Mortally wounded 
in the Expedition to Canada, 1690, 
and died on board the ship, Six 
Friends. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 

Clark, Rufus W., 389. 
CLARKE, GOVERNOR WALTER, 1 639- 1714. 
Governor s Assistant, 1673; Gov 
ernor of Rhode Island, King 
Philip s War, 1676, et seq. 
Served the Colony until his 
death. 

Watson, Charles P., 126. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

Robeson, Andrew, 202. 

Pell, Rodman C, 297. 

Pell, Howland, 406. 

CLARKSON, MATTHEW, 1702. 

Commissioned in 1689 by William 
III. Secretary of the Colony of 
New-York, holding office until his 
death. 

Barnwell, Morgan G., 37. 

Bleecker, Anthony James, 41. 

Clarkson, Banyer, 49. 

Clarkson, Clermont L., 49. 

Clarkson, David A., 49. 

Clarkson, Frederick, 49. 

Clarkson, Jno. Van B., 49. 

Crosby, Edward N., 51. 

Crosby, Livingston, 52. 

Hill, Robert C., 72. 
CLAYPOOLE, JAMES, 1634-1687. A 
member of the Council for Phila 
delphia Co., Province of Penn., 
1687. 

James, Thomas, 312. 

McLean, John, 344. 

La Motte, William A., 401. 
CLAYTON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1700-1759. 
Captain, 1756, Deleware Regt., 
Colonial Militia. 

Frame, Thomas C., Jr., 400. 
CLEEVES, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR GEORGE. 
Deputy-Governor, Maine, 1640- 
1643. Deputy, 1663.1664. 



Founder of Falmouth (Portland), 
1636. 

Moseley, Edward A., 246. 
CLEMENT, ROBERT, 1658, Haver- 
hill, Mass. Deputy, 1647-1653. 
Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

CLEVELAND, AARON, Woburn, Mass. 
Of Capt. John Cutler s Co., at 
Sudbury, Lancaster, Marlboro, and 
vicinity, King Philip s War. 
Meacham, Franklin A., 295. 
CLEVELAND, MOSES, 1624- 1701 - 2. Wo 
burn, Mass. Member of Militia, 
1676. In Garrison at Chelmsford, 
Mass., 1675. A soldier in King 
Philip s War. 
Cleveland, James W., 50. 

CLOUGH, CORPORAL SAMUEL, 1736 . 

Soldier in Capt. Trueworthy Ladd s 
Co., Major Thomas Tash s New 
Hampshire Battalion, at defence 
of Fort Edward, 1757. Corporal 
in the same. Col. John Hart s 
Regt., Crown Point Expedition, 
1758. 
Philbrook, F. B., 270. 

COATES, ROBERT, 1627 , Lynn, 

Mass. Served under Capt. Turner 
at Hadley, Mass; in garrison there, 
1676, et seq. 
Rhodes, Lyman, 102. 
Adams, Edward M., 285. 

COBB, HENRY, 1679, Barnstable 

Plymouth Colony. Deputy to 
General Court, 1645-1651. 
Danforth, Allen, 183. 
COBB, SERGEANTJAMES, 1634-1695, Barn- 
stable, Plymouth Colony. Ser 
geant of Militia. 
Danforth, Allen, 183. 
COCK, PETER LARSSEN, SR., 1611-1688. 
Member of the Council, Province 
of Penn., 1668. 
Benson, Edwin North, 137. 

CODDINGTON, GOVERNOR WlLLIAM, l6oi- 

1678. Assistant, Mass. Bay Col 
ony, 1630-1637. Treasurer, 1634- 
1636. Deputy, 1636-1637. Gov 
ernor Portsmouth and Newport, 
R. I., 1 640- 1 647. Governor of the 
Colony, 1674-1678. 

Noyes, Charles P., 93, 345. 

Noyes, Daniel R., 345. 

Torbert, Horace G., 381. 
COE, ROBERT, 1596-1672. Magistrate 
and Deputy from Jamaica, L. I. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lloyd, John U., 325. 
COFFIN, JAMES, 1640-1720. Member 
of the Mass. General Court from 
Nantucket, 1700. 

Collins, Charles L., 359. 
COFFIN, NATHANIEL, 1669-1749, New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy to the Gen 
eral Court, 1719-1720. Member 
of Council, 1730. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 
COFFIN, HON. PETER, Newbury, Mass. 
Member King s Council, Province 
of New Hampshire. Associate 
and Chief Justice, Supreme Court 
of Judicature. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 

Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 

Sawyer, William, 271. 
COFFIN, TRISTRAM, 1609-1681. Com 
missioner at Salisbury, Mass., 1655. 
Chief Magistrate for Nantucket 
under Gov. Lovelace, of New- 
York, 1671. 

Davies, William G., 53. 

Davies, Julien G., 53. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Low, William G., Jr., 85. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 

Amsden, Henry F., 176. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 

Furness, Dawes E., 186. 

Gordon, Edwin A., 187. 

Newhall, James S., 198. 

Robeson, Andrew, 202. 

Swift, Henry M., 206. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 

Sawyer, William Davis, 271. 

Sawyer, Charles Francis, 271. 

Waterman, Lucius, 272. 

Smith, William F., 333. 

Coffin, William K., 340,393. 
COFFIN, LIEUTENANT TRISTRAM, 1632- 
1704. Lieutenant at Newbury, 
1683. Deputy, i695-i7oo- o2. 
Colony of Mass. Bay. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davies, William G., 53. 

Silvester, Rev. William W., 151. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 

Sawyer, William Davis, 271. 

Sawyer, Charles Francis, 271. 

Smith, William F., 333. 

COGGESHALL, PRESIDENT JOHN, 1591- 



1647, Rhode Island, President 
Colony and Providence Planta 
tions, 1647. Governor s Assistant, 
1640-1644. Moderator, 1647. Dep 
uty, Mass. House of Deputies, 
1634-1637. 

Greene, Douglas N., 65. 

Greene, George Sears, Jr., 65. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Stafford, William F., 113. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Lee, Edward C, 145. 

Ingersoll, Colin M., 226. 

Coggeshall, Morton C., 255. 

Greene, Charles A., 256. 

Tilley, R. Hammett, 406. 
COGGESHALL, JOHN, 2d, 1618-1 708. Dep 
uty-Governor, 1686-1690. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1663, et seq. 
Major of the Island, 1683-1685. 
General Recorder, 1676, et seq. 
General Treasurer, 1664, et seq. 
Deputy, 1665, et seq. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 

Tilley, R. Hammett, 407. 
COGGESHALL, JOSHUA, 1623-1688. 
Governor s Assistant, Rhode Islan d, 
1669-1676. 

Greene, Douglas N., 65. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Stafford, William F.,ii3. 

Greene, Charles A., 256. 
COIT, SAMUEL. Captain, 1739. Major 
8th Conn. Regt., 1746. Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1758, Lake George and 
Ticonderoga campaign. Colonel 
8th Regt., 1768. 

Huntington, Frederick J., 226. 
COLBURN, SAMUEL, 1654-1694. Private 
inCapt. Moseley sCo.,i675, Mass. 
Forces in King Philip s War. 

Farrington, Robert I., 341. 
COLE, DANIEL. Member of Yarmouth 
Militia, 1643. 

Merrick, Frederick L., 296. 
COLE, SAMUEL, ist. Member of As 
sembly, Province of New Jersey, 
1683-1685. 

Gillespie, Geo. C., 141. 
COLE, SAMUEL, 2d. Member of Assem 
bly, Province of New Jersey, 1721. 

Gillespie, George C., 141. 
COLEGATE, MAJOR RICHARD, 1675-1721. 



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Member Maryland House of As 
sembly, from Baltimore Co., 1 709- 
1721. 

Clement, John B., 322. 

Shoemaker, Michael M., 327. 

Shoemaker, Robert H., 328. 

COLEMAN, NOAH, 1676, Hadley, 

Mass. Member of Capt. Turner s 
Co., Falls Fight, King Philip s War. 

Case, Edward B., 288. 
COLEMAN, THOMAS, 1600-1674. Ap 
pointed to procure men and nec 
essaries for the expedition against 
Ninnigret, Narragansett War, 1 654. 

Foster, Howell, 62. 

Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 
COLES, JAMES, 2d. Ensign, 1686. Dep 
uty, 1689-1690, 1704. Captain 
in Benjamin Church s Co. against 
the Indians. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

COLLAMORE, CAPTAIN ANTHONY, 

1693. Lieutenant and Captain 
Scituate, Mass. Militia. 

Stetson, George R., 248. 
COLLICOT, SERGEANT RICHARD, 1603- 
1686, Dorchester, Mass., and Fal- 
mouth, Me. A. & H. A. Co., 
1637. Deputy, 1673 - 69 - 72. 
Sergeant, Pequot War. 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C, 205. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 
COLLIER, WILLIAM, 1670. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1634-1665. Ply 
mouth Colony. Commissioner to 
the United Colonies, 1643. Rep 
resentative, Member Council of 
War, 1642, et seq. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Seabury, Frederick C., 108. 

Adams, Edward M., 175. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Richardson, George E., 202. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 

Kittredge, Abbot E., 294. 
COLLINS, BENJAMIN, 1741-1778. Private 
in Capt. Johnson s Co. Col. John 
Goffe s Regt., New Hampshire 
Militia, French Wars, 1 760. 

Collins, Loren W., 340. 
COLLINS, EDWARD, 1603-1689. Deputy, 
General Court Mass., 1654-1670. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 

Mem 



ber Gov. Jenning s Council, 1683. 

Campbell, Benjamin H., 46. 

Kennard, Joseph S., Jr., 144. 

Griswold, Benjamin H., 101. 
COLLINS, JOHN, 1616-1670. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1644. 

Collins, Clarence Lyman, 50. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 

COLMAN, ENSIGN WILLIAM, 1643 

A. & H. A. Co., 1676. Ensign, 
1672. 

Griswold, Benj. H., 161. 

Hall, C. Colman, 161. 
COLSTON, WILLIAM, 1660-1701. Justice 
of the Provincial Court, Richmond 
Co., Virginia, High Sheriff and 
Burgess. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 
COLTON, QUARTERMASTER GEORGE, 
Springfield, Mass. Quartermaster 
Hampshire Co. Troop, 1663. 
Served in King Philip s War. Dep 
uty, i66 9 - 7 i- 77. 

Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 

Maynard, George C., 245. 

Woolworth, Charles P., 334. 

Woolworth, James M., 334. 
COLTON, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1651-1728, 
Springfield, Mass. Ensign, 1679. 
Lieutenant. Captain, 1693. 

Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 

Proctor, Frederick T., 100. 

Maynard, George C., 245. 

Woolworth, Charles P., 334. 

Woolworth, James M., 334. 

Adams, John W., 338. 
COMBES, MAJOR WILLIAM, - - 1690. 
Major Talbot s Co. Troop of Horse, 
1689, Province of Maryland. 

Mulliken, Howard, 165. 

COMMEE, DAVID, 676, Concord, 

Mass. Killed at the Sudbury Fight. 
One of the twelve men from Con 
cord. 

Flagg, Charles P., 185. 

Flagg, Henry D., 185. 
CONANT, EXERCISE, 1637-1722. Deputy, 
General Court, Mass., 1682-1684. 

Bloss, Orlando P., 309. 
CONANT, JOHN, 1652-1724, Beverly, 
Mass. In King Philip s War, Capt. 
Applcton s Co. 

Conant, Samuel M., 182. 

Hosmer, Jerome C. 190. 

Seely, William W., 327. 
CONANT, LOT, JR., 1658-1745, Beverly, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mass. Soldier in Capt. Joseph 
Gardiner s Co., Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Abbot, Francis E., 175. 

Thompson, Eben F., 207. 
CONANT, GOVERNOR ROGER, 1592-1679, 
Beverly, Mass. Governor Mass. 
Colony at Cape Ann, 1625-1626, 
and Salem, 1627-1629. Deputy, 
1634. 

Conant, Ernest L. , 5 1 . 

Hosmer, Edward S., 73. 

Abbot, Francis E., 175. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 

Leonard, George H., 194. 

Lord, Charles E., 194. 

Thompson, Eben F., 207. 

Pierce, Frederick C., 298. 

Bloss, Orlando P., 310. 

Seely, William W., 327. 
CONE, SYLVESTER. Soldier in Fort Ed 
ward Expedition, 1755, Capt. 
Ichabod Phelp s Co., 4th Conn. 
Regt., Crown Point Expedition, 
1756, and Capt. Edward Wells 
Co., Fort William Henry. 

Cone, James B., 220. 
CONN, SERGEANT JOHN, Harvard, Mass. 
Soldier in Col. Timothy Ruggles 
Regt., campaign against Ticon- 
deroga, 1758. Also under Capt. 
Aaron Willard of 1 759. Sergeant 
in campaign against Crown Point, 
1760. 

Conn, Granville P., 267. 
CONSTABLE, SURGEON JOHN, . Sur 
geon in the British Army, French 
War, 1762. Subsequently com 
missioned Surgeon, ist Regt., 
Province of New-York. 

McVickar, Edward, 88, 195. 
CONTEE, ALEXANDER, 1691-1740. Mem 
ber Maryland Provincial Legisla 
ture from Charles Co., 1724. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 
CONVERSE, EDWARD, 1590-1663, Wo- 
burn. Deputy, 1660, Mass. Bay 
Colony. 

Converse, Charles A., 278. 

CONVERSE, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1620- 

1715, Charlestown and Woburn, 

Mass. Lieutenant in garrison in 

King Philip s War. Deputy, 1679. 

Adams, Henry H., 33. 

Hardy, Cyrus A., 293. 
CONVERSE, MAJOR JAMES, 1645-1706, 



Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1679- 
1692. Speaker, 1699, 1702-1703. 
Commander at defence of Storer s 
Garrison, 1691 - 1692, promoted 
Major for his service. 

Adams, Henry H., 33. 

Converse, Edmund C., 51. 

Griffin, Henry A., 66. 

Hardy, Cyrus A., 293. 

CONVERSE, CAPTAIN JOSIAH, 1660 . 

Captain, 1707, and of the com 
pany raised for intended expedi 
tion to Canada. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 
CONVERSE, SAMUEL, 1653-1699, Wo 
burn, Mass. Served in King 
Philip s War, and Phips Expedi 
tion. 

Wood, AlvaS., 212. 
CONYN, LIEUTENANT CASPARUS, 1693- 
1769, Claverack. Lieutenant in 
Capt. Henry Van Rensselaer s Co. 
of Foot, 1 735, New- York Provin 
cial Forces, French and Indian 
Wars. 

Beale, Charles F. T., 239. 
COOCH, CAPTAIN THOMAS, - - 1788. 
1756, Captain, French and Indian 
War, Delaware Colonial Militia. 

Cooch, Joseph W., 400. 
COOK, JOHN, 1631-1691. Deputy, 
1670, Rhode Island. Commis 
sioner. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 
COOK(E), MORDECAI. Burgess, Virginia 
Assembly for Gloucester Co. , 1 702 . 

Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 

Barrett, Richard A., 309. 
COOK, MOSES, 1676, Westfield, Mass. 
Killed in King Philip s War. 

Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 
COOK, CAPTAIN THADDEUS, 1728-1800. 
Ensign of 2d Co. of Preston, 8th 
Conn. Regt., 1755. Lieutenant, 
Troop of Horse, loth Regt., 1757. 
Captain, 2d Co., 1763. Deputy 
from Wallingford, 1775. 

Doolittle, George T., 360. 
COOK, THOMAS, - - 1674, Ports 
mouth, R. I. Deputy to the As 
sembly. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 
COOK, LIEUTENANT WESTWOOD, 1670- 
1 744, Hadley, Mass. Served under 
Capt. Henry Dwight in the Indian 
War, 1722-1726. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Case, Edward B., 288. 
COOK(E), MAJOR AARON, 1610-1690,, 
Westfield, Mass. Major of Hart 
ford Troop, 1658. Deputy, 1668. 
Ensign, 1676. Captain of a gar 
rison in King Philip s War. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 

Daly ; M. Ordway, 183. 

Heminway, Fred. T., 189. 

Leeds, Charles, 194. 

Cooley, Francis R., 220. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
COOKE, CAPTAIN AARON, 2d, 1641- 
1716. Ensign, 1693. Captain, 
1678-1713, Hadley Militia. Dep 
uty, 1689, et seq. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 

Gross, Charles E., 224. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Wright, Harry L., 304. 
COOKE, FRANCIS, 1583-1663. Came 
over in the Mayflower. Member 
of Miles Standish s Co. and served 
under him in expedition against 
the Indians. Member of the Ply 
mouth Military Co., 1643. 

Washburn, John Henry, 126. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Ames, Joseph B., 176. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Parker, Frederick W., 199. 

Swift, Henry W., 206. 

Goddard, Lester O., 291. 

Washburne, Hempstead, 303. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 

Washburn, William D., 348. 

Kelly, Edward L., 371. 

Thompson, Clifton S., 372. 
COOKE, JACOB. Volunteer in the Pe- 
quot War, 1637, and a member of 
Capt. Myles Standish s Co. in 
1643. 

Kelly, Edward L., 371. 

COOK(E), JOHN, 1694, Dartmouth, 

Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 1666, 
et seq. 

Swift, Henry W. 206. 
COOKE, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR NICHOLAS, 
1717-1782. Deputy-Governor of 
Rhode Island, under Royal Char 
ter, 1 769. Deputy - Governor, 
with power of a Commissioner-in- 
Chief, 1775. 

Cooke, James Welch, 139. 
COOLIDGE, ENSIGN JOHN, 1630-1691, 



Watertown, Mass. Ensign, serv 
ing in King Philip s War, 1676. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 
COOLIDGE, JOHN, 1604-1691, Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy, 1658. 

Amee, Albert F., 176. 

Brown, George E., 180. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 

COOPER, JOHN, 1689. First settler 

and signed the fundamental agree 
ment at New Haven, 1639. Dep 
uty and Governor s Assistant, 
1676. Member of Council of 
War. 

Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 
COOPER, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1619- 
1695. Commanded the rescuing 
force of twenty-seven dragoons and 
ten Springfield Indians at the In 
dian attack on Brookfield, Mass., 
1675. Killed by the Indians at 
the burning of Springfield. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Dominick, George F., Jr., 57. 

Dominick, Lamont, 57. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 217. 

Huse, Hiram A., 280. 

Fisher, Albert J., 290. 
COOPER, WILLIAM, 1632-1710, West 
Jersey. Member of first Legisla 
ture, 1682 and of Assembly, 1682, 
et seq. Member of the Council of 
Proprietors, 1688. 

Middleton, H., 164. 
CORBIN, COLONEL HENRY, 1620-1675. 
Member of the Council of Virginia, 
1 663- 1 667 and House of Burgesses, 
1658-1659. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

Newton, Virginius, 262. 

Barrett, Richard A., 309. 
CORLISS, JOSHUA, 1733-1819, Haverhill, 
Mass. Served in Capt. Moore s 
Co., 1755, French and Indian 
War; in 2d Foot Co. of Haverhill, 
1757, and in the company com 
manded by Sergt. Samuel Watts, 
for the relief of Fort William Henry, 

757- 
Corliss, Augustus W., 182. 

CORNELL, THOMAS, 1656, West- 

chester Co. , N . Y. Ensign, Ports 
mouth, R. L, Militia, 1642-1644. 
Served under Gov. Kieft against In 
dians. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Valentine, Abraham B., 122. 

Jones, Charles H., 143. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

Almy, Leonard B., 217. 

Sands, James T., 314. 

Almy, William E., 338. 
CORSER, JOHN, 1718-1791. Soldier in 
Capt. Thomas Tash s Co., Col. 
Joseph Blanchard s Regt., New 
Hampshire Militia, Crown Point 
Expedition, 1756. 

Corser, Edward S., 340. 
CORSON (VROOM), CAPTAIN CORNELIUS, 
1645-1693. Captain "Brookland," 
Horse, 1680, of Richmond Co. 
Foot, 1 689, under Leisler. 

Lawrence, Robert C, 82. 
CORWIN v. CURWIN. 

COWLES, JOHN, 675, Farmington, 

Conn. Deputy, General Court, 
1653-1654. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
COWLES, CAPTAIN JOSIAH, 1716-1793. 
Ensign, 1756. Captain, 1761, of 
the Second Co., Southington, 
Conn. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
CRAFT, LIEUTENANT GRIFFIN, 1609-1689, 
Roxbury, Mass. Deputy, 1638- 

63- 67. Sergeant of Militia. , 

Lieutenant, i653- 75- 76. 

Boutelle, Frank W., 42. 

Crafts, John W., 51. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Brown, Daniel A., 179. 

Levering, Henry M., 195. 

Crafts, George W., 332. 
CRAFT, LIEUTENANT MOSES, 1703-1768, 
Roxbury and Newton, Mass. 
Served at Louisburg, 1745, Capt. 
William Williams Co., Col. 
Choate s Regt. Lieutenant in Mili 
tary Co. of Newton. 

Brown, Daniel A., 179. 

Crafts, John C., 182. 

Hyde, Frank C., 192. 
CRAFT, SAMUEL, 1637-1690. Lieuten 
ant, Roxbury Militia. One of 
twelve Grantees of Pomfret, Conn. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 
CRAFTS, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1694-1754. 
Ensign, 1733. Lieutenant, 1735. 
Captain, 1741, Pomfret, Conn., 
Militia. 

Strong, Donald W., 1 16. 
CRANE, CAPTAIN HENRY, SR., Killing- 



worth, Conn. Lieutenant, 1675. 
Captain, 1704. Governor s As 
sistant, 1665. Deputy, General 
Court twenty-seven years. 

Brown, James H., 368. 
CRANE, CAPTAIN HENRY, JR., Lieutenant 
of Dunham Militia, 1716. Cap 
tain, 1718. 

Brown, James H., 368. 
CRANE, JASPER, 1590-1680. Signer 
original agreement to elect town 
officers, New Haven, Conn., June 
14, 1639. Deputy, General Court, 
1 653- 1 658. Governor s Assistant, 
1662-1667. Deputy Provincial 
Assembly, East Jersey, 1667-1673. 
A founder of NewarkeTowne, and 
its first magistrate, 1667. 

Bell, Jared W., 39. 

Halsey, Harlan P., 69. 

Halsey, Henry A., 69. 

Halsted, David Crane, 69. 

Halsted, E. Bayard, 69. 

Chandler, Walter, 254. 

Halsey, Charles T D. ; 256. 

Toler, Henry P., 258. 

Toler, William P., 258. 
CRANE, JASPER, JR., 1651-1712. East 
Jersey Provincial Forces, 1675- 
1676. 

Halsted, David Crane, 69. 

Halsted, E. Bayard, 69. 
CRANE, LIEUTENANT JONATHAN, 1658- 
1734. Ensign and Lieutenant of 
Militia at Windham, Conn. Dep 
uty, 1701, et seq. 

Bloss, Orlando P., 310. 
CRANE, STEPHEN, 1709-1780. Quar 
termaster, 1758. Member Assem 
bly of New Jersey, 1765, et seq. 
Speaker, 1770-1772. President, 
Provincial Convention, 1774. In 
1743, sent to England by the 
people of Elizabethtown, to pre 
sent their rights against the Pro 
prietors, in petition to George II. 

Squier, Charles B., 258. 
CRAWFORD, DAVID, 1740-1800. Signer 
of Declaration of Maryland Free 
man. Member of Provincial Con 
vention held in Annapolis to vote 
for delegate to the Congress of 
1774. First Associate Judge of 
Prince George s Co. 

Henry, John W., 243. 
CRAWFORD, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1722- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1782. Colonial Forces, Virginia. 
Ensign, 1 755. Served at Fort Du- 
quesne under Washington in the 
Pontiac War, and in Lord Dun- 
more s Indian War. Killed by 
the Delaware Indians. 
Chenoweth, Alexander C., 48. 

CREGIER, MARTIN. Captain-Lieutenant, 
New Amsterdam Burghers Corps, 
1651. Member of the Governor s 
Council and first Captain, 1659. 
Sent to protect the Dutch colony 
on the Delaware, 1663, commis 
sioned Captain-Lieutenant in com 
mand of all military forces of the 
Province of New-York under the 
English, and conducted the war 
against the Esopus Indians. 
Sherman, William W., no, 406. 

CRESSON, CORPORAL PIERRE. Served in 
expedition against the Indians at 
Esopus, 1663. 
Banta, Theodore Melvin, 36. 

CROCKER, DEACON WILLIAM, 1612-1692. 
Deputy to the General Court of 
Mass., 1 670-7 1 - 74. 
Foote, John C., 311. 

CROCKER, WILLIAM. Member of Lieut. 
Thomas Dimmock s Co. of Barn- 
stable, Mass., 1643. 
Fuller, Henry C., 291. 

CROMWELL, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1617- 
1649. Commanded a privateer, 
1646-1649, under a commission 
from the Earl of Warwick. Brought 
Spanish prizes into Boston and 
Plymouth. 
Binney, William Greene, 40. 

CROMWELL, WILLIAM, 1 627- 1 684. Mem 
ber of the Legislature Council of 
Lord Baltimore, Lord Proprietor 
of Maryland, and serviced in an ex 
pedition against the Nanticoke In 
dians, 1678. 

Chenoweth, Alexander C., 48. 
Cromwell, Charles, 288. 

CROSBY, SIMON, 2d, 1637-1725. Served 
in garrison, at Billerica, Mass., and 
on scouting service, King Philip s 
War. Private in Capt. Lane s 
Troop, 1 706. Deputy, 1691, etseq. 
Carney, Sydney H., Jr., 47. 

CROSS, PETER, 1653-1737. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. 
Barrows, John W., 368. 

CRUGER, HENRY, 1707-1778. Member 



New-York Provincial Assembly, 
1745-1759. Member of King s 
Council, 1767-1772. 

Hasell, Lewis Cruger, 70. 

Johnstone, Francis U., 79. 

Oakley, Henry Cruger, 94. 

Pell, William Cruger, 97. 

Rhinelander, Philip, 102. 

Rhinelander, T. J. O., 102. 
CRUTTENDEN, ABRAHAM. Governor s As 
sistant, Colony of New Haven, 
1639, andTreasurer of Conn. ,1675- 
1680. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

CUDWORTH, GENERAL JAMES, 1682. 

Representative, i649- 56- 59. As 
sistant, 1656-1658. Captain of 
Militia. Commanded the whole 
force of Plymouth Colony in early 
part of King Philip s War. Dep 
uty-Governor, 1 68 1. 

Atwood, Edward S., 34. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 

Gay, Frederick W., 280. 

Hall, Lemuel R., 292. 

CULBERTSON, JOHN, 1710-1767. LieU- 

tenant Penn. Provincial Militia, 
1748. 

Pinkerton, Samuel S. S., 149. 
CULVER, EDWARD, 1600-1685. Served 
as a soldier and scout in Pequot 
army, King Philip s War. 

Culver, Charles M., 52. 

Culver, Henry B., 52. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 
CUNNABELL, JOHN, 1649-1724. Mem 
ber of Capt. William Turner s Co., 
in King Philip s War, in defence 
of Northampton against the In 
dians, 1676, the defeat of the 
Indians at Great Falls. 

Newcomb, George W., 297. 
CURTIS, LIEUTENANT ISRAEL, 1644-1704. 
Lieutenant, Woodbury, Conn., 
Co., 1690. Deputy, 1689,^5^. 
Commissioner many years. 

Abbott, EvertonJ., 338. 
CURTIS, JOHN, ist, 1698. Mem 
ber First Provincial Assembly, 
held by William Penn at Philadel 
phia, i683- 84- 86, and of the 
Council, 1688-1697. 

Burton, Robert, 160. 
CURTIS, JOHN, 1613-1707. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Britton, Charles P., 43. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



CURTIS, JOHN, 2d, 1692-1753. Mem 
ber of Assembly for the three lower 
counties of Delaware, 1749; and 
Speaker. 

Burton, Robert, 160. 
CURTIS, JOSEPH. Ensign in Capt. Wm. 
Whiting s Co., Conn. Militia, 
Phips Expedition; King Wil 
liam s War, 1692-1693. Gover 
nor s Assistant, 1698-1721. Mem 
ber of Committee of War, Fair- 
field Co., 1709, Queen Anne s 
War. 

Moseley, John G., 197. 

Curtis, John C., 221. 
CURTIS, LIEUTENANT PHILIP. Lieuten 
ant in Capt. Henchman s Co. ; 
slain by the Indians at Hassano- 
mossett (Grafton) in an expedition 
from Boston in 1675, for the 
rescue of captives taken by the 
savages at Marlboro. 

Flint, Wyman K., 291. 
CURTIS, ENSIGN THOMAS, 1648-1736, 
Stratford, Conn. Deputy from 
Wallingfoid, 1689. Ensign at 
Wallingford, 1704. 

Curtis, Frederick H., 183. 

CURWEN, (CORWIN) CAPTAIN GEORGE, 

1610-1685. ist Troop of Horse, 
Salem, Mass., 1662. Deputy, 
1660, et seq. 
Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

CUSHING, ENSIGN BENJAMIN^ 1725-1812, 
Hingham, Mass., Ensign in Capt. 
Ebenezer Beal s Co., Col. Benjamin 
Lincoln s Regt., relief of Fort 
William Henry, 1757. 
Swan, Robert T., 206. 

GUSHING, DANIEL, 1619-1700, Hing 
ham, Mass. Deputy, i68o- 82- 

95- 

Morse, Fred W., 270. 
GUSHING, JOHN, SR., 1627-1708, Scit- 
uate, Mass. Deputy Plymouth 
Colony, 1674, et seq. Governor s 
Assistant, 1689-1691. Deputy, 
Mass. General Court, 1692. 

Howe, Herbert M., M.D., 143. 

Whitridge, Wm., 169. 

McGlenen, Edward W., 195. 

McGlenen, Harry J., 195. 

Nash, Nathaniel C., 197. 

Gushing, Luther S., 340. 

Porter, Alexander S., Jr., 346. 
GUSHING, HON. JOHN, 2d, 1660-1738. 



Member of the Governor s Coun 
cil of Mass., 1710-1728. 

Whitridge, Wm., 169. 
GUSHING, HON. JOHN, 3d, 1695-1778. 
Representative from Scituate, 
Mass., 1721, et seq. Member of 
the Governor s Council, 1746- 
1763. 

Whitridge, Wm., 169. 
GUSHING, CORNET MATTHEW, 1660- 
1715, Hingham, Mass. Cornet of 
Troop, 1680. 

Rice, Henry B., 202. 
CUSHMAN, ISAAC, 1676-1727. Lieu 
tenant of Militia, Plympton, Mass. 

Fuller, Henry C., 291. 
CUSHMAN, THOMAS. Member of the 
Plymouth, Mass. Militia, 1643. 

Fuller, Henry C., 291. 
CUTLER, JAMES, 1606-1694. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. Member of 
Lexington Military Co. 

Cutler, Ralph W., 220. 

Forbes, Charles S., 279. 

Poole, Charles C., 298. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 

CUTLER, DOCTOR JOHN, I 7 } 5t 

Hingham, Mass. Surgeon in Capt. 
Appleton s Co., Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Blunt, Stanhope E., 41. 

McAllister, Hey wood H., 87. 

Parker, Montgomery D., 200. 

Francis, Valentine M., 405. 
CUTLER, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1648- 
1722. Lieutenant of the Lexing 
ton Militia under Capt. William 
Reed. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 

CUTT, JOHN, 1 68 1. President of 

the Council of New Hampshire, 
1679-1681. 

Hall, Clayton C., 161. 

Hall, Thos. Wm., 161. 
CUTTER, EPHRAIM, 1651 , Water- 
town, Mass. Served under Major 
Samuel Appleton in King Philip s 
War. 

Cutter, Edward J., 183. 

Cutter, John C., 183. 

Cutter, Henry A., 267. 
CUTTER, GERSHOM, 1653-1738, Cam 
bridge, Mass Served under Capt. 
Nathaniel Davenport, King Philip s 
War, and granted land therefor. 

Cutter, William R., 183. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Fletcher, Walter V., 185. 
CUTTER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1628-1698, 
Charlestown, Mass. Ensign, 
Charleston Militia, 1669. Lieu 
tenant, 1678. Deputy, General 
Court, 1680-1682. 

Rice, Henry B., 202. 
CUTTER, RICHARD, 1621-1693. Mem 
ber and Officer of "the Artillery 
Co. "in 1643. Leader and Officer 
of Militia at Cambridge, Mass. 

Hadden, Crowell, Jr., 68. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Wyman, Walter, 249. 

Cutter, Henry A., 267. 

Wyman, Charles H., 317. 

Wyman, Henry P., 317. 

Goshorn, Edwin C., 324. 

CUTTS, RICHARD, 1676. Captain 

in command of fort at Great 
Island, 1660. Representative for 
Portsmouth, 1655, et seq. 

Rust, Nathaniel J., 203. 

Butters, George, 288. 
CUYLER, MAJOR HENDRICK, 1639-1691. 
Commissioned, 1689. Major of 
all the foot companies in the City 
and County of New-York, French 
and Indian War. 

Fryer, Robert L., 63. 

Hasell, Lewis Cruger, 70. 

Johnstone, Francis U., 78. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 

Oakley, Henry Cruger, 94. 

Pell, William Cruger, 97. 

Rhinelander, Philip, 102. 

Rhinelander, T. J. O., 102. 

Seaman, Louis L., 108. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 112. 

Hardie, Francis H., 243. 

Hardie, Joseph Cuyler, 243. 

DAGGETT, LIEUTENANT ELIHU, 1710- 
1 769. Lieutenant, 1 754, Capt. 
John Stearns Co., at taking of 
Frontenac. 

Daggett, George H., 52, 341. 

Daggett, Daniel C., 288. 
DALTON, SAMUEL, 1629-1680. Hamp 
ton, N. H. Deputy, General 
Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 1662, 
et seq. Member of the Governor s 
Council of New Hampshire, 
1680. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Moulton, George M., 297. 



DAMON, SAMUEL, Reading, Mass. Sol 
dier in Narragansett War. 

Marsh, George S., 295. 
DANFORTH, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1628- 
1712, Billerica, Mass. Lieuten 
ant, 1675. Captain, 1683. Dwell 
ing used as a Garrison House, 
King Philip s War. Deputy, 1685. 

Bigelow, Henry N., 178. 
DANFORTH, NICHOLAS, 1585-1638. Cam 
bridge, Mass. Representative, 
1636-^7. 

Bigelow, Henry N., 178. 

Danforth, Allen, 183. 

Hall, George F., 188. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Bemis, Geo. P., 332. 
DANFORTH, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR THOMAS, 
1622-1699, Cambridge. Deputy- 
Governor of Mass., 1676-1692. 

Bowen, Clarence W., 42. 

Dyer, Horace E., 279. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

DANIELS, TIMOTHY, 1722 . Alarm 

List, Sherburne, Mass., Capt. 
Joseph Perse, 1757, French War. 

Hill, Lew Cass, 190. 
DAVIS, COLONEL AARON, 1709-1777. 
Captain, 1774. Colonel, 1775. 
Delegate to the Provincial Con 
gress, Mass., 1774-1776. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 
DAVIS, CAPTAIN AARON, JR., 1735-1773. 
Captain, Troop of Horse, Rox- 
bury Militia. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 
DAVIS, MAJOR JOHN, 1634-1718, York, 
Me. Member of the First Pro 
vincial Council, 1680-1681, and 
its Deputy-President, 1681. Dep 
uty-Governor, 1686. Major, com 
manding the Provincial Militia. 

Upham, Charles C., 208. 
DAVIS, JOSEPH, 1650-1732. In Garri 
son at Marlboro, Mass., King 
Philip s War. 

Parker, Montgomery D., 200. 
DAVIS, LIEUTENANT SIMON, 1637-1713, 
Concord, Mass. Served under 
Capt. Thomas Wheeler, King 
Philip s War. In command at 
Brookfield when Wheeler was 
disabled. Lieutenant, 1689. 

Davis, Simon, 184. 

DAWES, LIEUTENANT AMBROSE, 1642- 
1705. Lieutenant, King Philip s 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



War. Wounded at Fort Pema- 

quid, Maine, 1692. 
Davies, Julien T., 53. 
Davies, William G., 53. 
Furness, Dawes E., 186. 

DAY, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL BENJAMIN, 

1710-1808, West Springfield, 
Mass. Captain of a volunteer 
company, South Regt., Hampshire 
Co., at Crown Point, 1755. Cap 
tain under Major-Gen. Winslow, 
1756. Captain, relief of Fort 
William Henry, 1 757. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, South Regt., 1771. 
Smith, Hinsdale, 204. 

DAY, BENJAMIN, 1691 , Attle- 

borough, Mass. Member of 
Legislature, i 75 o- 53- 59. 
Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

DAYTON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ISAAC, 

1720-1800. Quartermaster Troop 

of Horse, Newport, R. I. Major, 

1770. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1774. 

Peck, Guy Dayton, 97. 

DEANE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1702-1773, 
Norton, Mass. Ensign, 2d Co. 
of Foot. Capt. Ephraim Leonard, 
1739. Captain-Lieutenant, 1734. 
Captain 2dCo., 3rd Regt., Bristol 
Co. Militia, Col. Samuel White. 
Allen, Francis D., 175. 

DE BRUYNE ( DE BROWNE), CAPTAIN 
JOHANNIS. Summoned to attend 
the Proclaiming of their Majesties 
William and Mary, 1689. In 
command of New-York Militia 
sent to Albany, 1690. Member 
of Leisler s Council, French 
War. 
Brown, Paul Richard, 44. 

DEHONEUR, JOHN, 1665-1717. Captain, 
5th Co., New-York City Militia, 
Col. William Peartree. Expedition 
to Canada, 1710-171 1. 
Beekman, J. William, 38. 

DE LA MONTAGNE, GENERAL JOHANNES, 
1596-1670. Chief in Military 
Command at Manhattan Island, 
1640-1645. Sent with fifty men to 
the defence of Fort Good Hope 
[Hartford, Conn.], 1641. Su 
preme Councillor under Gov. 
Kieft, 1638-1646. Member of 
Stuyvesant s Council, 1647-1656. 
Vice-Director Fort Orange, 1656- 
1664. Member Convention of 



1 653. Commissioner on Fortifica 
tion, 1654. 

Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 

Koues, Geo. E., 81, 257. 
DE LANCEY, ETEINNE (STEPHEN), 1663- 
1741, Member New-York Colonial 
Assembly, 1702, ei seq. 

Bascome, Western R., 309. 
DE LANCEY, GOVERNOR JAMES, 1703- 
1 760. Chief Justice and Governor 
of the Province of New- York. 

de Lancey, Edward Floyd, 55. 
DE LA NOYE (DE LANOY, DE LANNOY) , 
ABRAHAM. Corporal Burgher 
Corps, New Amsterdam, 1653. 

Foulke, Bayard F., 62. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 

Voorhees, William P., 316. 
DE LA WARR, LORD THOMAS WEST, first 
Governor and Captain-General of 
Virginia, 1610. 

Ward, Aaron, 125. 

DEMAREST, DAVID, 1620-1693. Dele 
gate from Staten Island, Assembly 
of New Netherlands, 1664, 2d war 
with the English, and surrender of 
the Province. 

Banta, Theodore Melvin, 36. 
DE MEYER, MAJOR NICHOLAS." Captain, 
1679. Major, 1685, in command 
of the Militia of the City and Co. 
of New-York, Proclamation of the 
Duke of York as James II. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 
DEMING, JOHN, 1615-1705, Wethers- 
field, Conn. Representative, 1 649- 
1661. Named as one of the Pat 
entees of Conn, in the Royal 
Charter, 1662. 

Mackenzie, G. Norbury, 164. 

Mackenzie, George N., 3d, 164. 

Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 

French, Wm. Freeman, 223. 
DEMING, JOSEPH, 1711-1774. Lieu 
tenant, i ith Co., 6th Regt., Conn. 
Militia, 1753. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 
DENNIS, THE REVEREND JOHN. Chap 
lain, Queen Anne s War. 

Dennis, Rodney, 55, 221. 
DENNIS, JOHN, 1704-1766. Member of 
Assembly, Maryland, 1755. 

Dennis, James Teakle, 160. 
DENNIS, THOMAS. Soldier in King 
Philip s War. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Dennis, Rodney S., 55. 
Dennis, Holmes V. M.,Jr., 56. 
Dennis, Rodney, 221. 
DENISON, MAJOR-GENERAL DANIEL, 1612- 
1682. Mass. Colonial Forces. Cap 
tain, Pequot War, and Major-Gen- 
eral, 1652-1680. Deputy, 1635- 
1652. Colonial Secretary, 1653. 
Commissioner for the United Col 
onies, 1654-1662. 

Brewster, Henry C, 43. 
Chandler, Walter, 48, 254. 

Rich, James R., 202. 

Rich, Thomas P., 202. 
Nichols, Henry A., 362. 
Nichols, Willard A., 362. 
DENISON, CAPTAIN GEORGE, 1620-1694. 
Captain New London Co. Forces, 
King Philip s War, under Major 
Mann and Major Talcott. Second 
in command to Major Treat, Great 
Swamp Fight. Served on the 
frontier. Captured the Indian Chief 
Canonchet. Chosen with Major 
Mason to assist the Pequot Chiefs 
to govern their tribes. Assistant 
and Deputy from Stonington, 
Conn. 

Avery, Frank M., 35. 

Brewster, Henry C., 43. 

Brown, George Leroy, 44. 

Griffith, William H., 67. 

Murray, Charles H., 91. 

Palmer, Walter W., 95. 

Peck, Guy Dayton, 96. 

Roberts, Cyrus S., 103. 

Macdonald, M., 146, 257. 

Brooks, John H., 179. 

Hull, James W., 192. 

Learned, Bela P., 227. 

Plumb, Henry B., 228. 

Robinson, Lucius F., 229. 

Shipman, Arthur L., 230. 

Wheeler. Ralph, 234. 

Cox, William V. Z., 242. 

Dennison, Ira W., 242. 

Holt, Henry P. R., 243. 

Owen, Frederick D., 246. 

Ames, Louis A., 254. 

Gardiner, Curtis, 311. 

Randall, Jno. F., 314. 

Sabin, Eugene F., 314. 

Sabin, Sidney A., 314. 

Chase, Clement, 332. 

Fletcher, Paris, 341. 

Peet, Emerson W., 345. 



Denison, Charles, 369. 
Denison, John H., 369. 
DENISON, JOHN, Stonington, Conn. 
Ensign, in Colonial Forces, 1673, 
et sea. Deputy. 
Griffith, Wm. H., 67. 
DENISON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1646-1698. 
Soldier in King Philip s War, 
Narragansett and other campaigns. 
Griffith, William H., 67. 
DENNY, DANIEL. Captain, Lancaster, 
Mass. Representative, 1745-1747. 
Sargent, John S., 300. 

DENT, THOMAS, 1676. Justice for St. 

Mary s Colony, Maryland, 1661- 
1669. High Sheriff, 1664. Bur 
gess, i669- 74- 76. 
Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 
DE PEYSTER, COLONEL ABRAHAM, 1657- 
1728. Cadet of Burgher Corps, 
1673. Captain, 1689. Colonel, 
1693. Chief Justice and Member 
of the Royal Council, 1698. Act 
ing Governor, 1 700. Treasurer of 
the Provinces of New-York and 
New Jersey, 1706-1721. 
Bailey, Theodorus, 35. 
Bishop, Cortlandt F., 41. 
de Peyster, Frederic J., 56. 
Fryer, Robert L., 63. 
Seaman, Louis L., 108. 
Hamersley, William, 224. 
DE PEYSTER, JOHANNIS. Cadet, Burgher 
Corps at New Amsterdam, 1653. 
Burgomaster and Commissioner. 
Bleecker, Anthony J., 41. 
de Peyster, Frederic J., 56. 
Fryer, Robt. L., 63. 
Hill, Robert C., 72. 
Seaman, Louis L., 108. 
DE PEYSTER, CAPTAIN JOHANNES, 1666- 
1719. Ensign, 1689. Captain, 
2d Battalion Foot, New-York, 
1695. Afterwards Colonel. 
Belknap, Waldron P., 38. 
Bleecker, Anthony James, 41. 
Crosby, Edward N., 51. 
Crosby, Livingston, 52. 
Foulke, Bayard F., 62. 
Foulke, William, 63. 
Hill, Robert C., 72. 
Pell, Frederick A., 97. 
Russell, Wm. Hamilton, 104. 
DE RUINE, CAPTAIN SIMON, New Am 
sterdam. Served against Indians 
at Esopus, 1663. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Banta, Theodore Melvin, 36. 

Myer, Isaac, 92. 

DESBOROUGH, NICHOLAS, 1612-1683. 
Soldier in Capt. John Mason s 
Co. from Hartford, Pequot War. 

Brown, James H., 368. 
DE SILLE, NICASIUS. Member of Coun 
cil, 1653-1660. Schout Fiscal, 
New Netherland, 1658-1660. 

Ferris, Morris P., 61. 

Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 

Luquer, Lea Mel., 86. 

Luquer, Thatcher T. P., 86. 
DEWEY, CAPTAIN STEPHEN, 1719-1796. 
Served in Col. William Williams 
Regt., Mass. Troops, 1758. 

Benedict, Robert Dewey, 39. 

Dewey, Charles A., 56. 

Benedict, Geo. Grenville, 278. 

DEWEY, CORNET THOMAS, 1648. 

Cornet of Windsor, Conn., Troop. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Dewey, Charles, 278. 

Dewey, Chauncey E., 369. 
DE WITT, CAPTAIN ANDRIES, 1657- 
1710. Captain, Kingston Co., 
Associated Exempts. 

Innes, Hasbrouck, 76. 
DE WITT, CAPTAIN PETRUS, 1722-1790. 
Captain of Militia, Rhinebeck 
Precinct; Fort Ticonderoga, 1758. 

Innes, Hasbrouck, 76. 
DE WOLF, BALTHASAR. Lyme Militia, 
Conn., 1668. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 
DIBBLE, EBENEZER, 1641-1675. Killed 
in the Great Swamp Fight, King 
Philip s War. 

Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 
DICKEY, ADAM, of Londonderry, N. H. 
Member Capt. Samuel Barr s Co. 
of Scouts in H. M. service, 1746. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 

DICKINSON, SERGEANT JOHN, 1675. 

Slain in the Falls Fight, King 
Philip s War. Leader of a band 
of twelve volunteers from Hat- 
field. 

Murray, Charles H., 92. 

Bar dwell, HarryJ., 286. 
DICKINSON, JOSEPH, 1675, North- 
field, Mass. Member of Capt. 
Beer s Co.; went from Hadley, 
Mass., to Northfield to rescue the 
garrison there. He, with most of 



the company, was killed by the 
Indians. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 167. 

Dickinson, Oliver P., 289. 

DICKINSON, NATHANIEL, 1676. 

Member of the Hampshire Guard 
under Capt. John Pynchon, 1663, 
in defence against the Indians. 

Duffield, Howard, 58. 

Ames, Louis A., 254. 

Bardwell, HarryJ., 286. 

Dickinson, Frederick, 289. 
DILL, CAPTAIN MATTHEW. Captain in 
Col. Benjamin Chamber s Regt., 

1743. 

Clay, Thomas S., 50. 
McAllister, Heyward Hall, 87. 

DlLLlNGHAM, JOHN, 1759. Killed 

in the Quebec Expedition under 

General Wolfe. 
Lee, Edward C., 145. 
Dillingham, William Paul, 278. 

DlLLlNGHAM, JOHN, 1630-1715. LieU- 

tenant Mass. Militia, 1674. 
Lee, Edward C., 145. 
DIMMOCK, LIEUTENANT THOMAS. See 

DYMOCKE. 

DIMON, JOHN, 1700-1764, Fairfield, 
Conn. Ensign, 1733. Lieuten 
ant, 1741. Captain, 1745. 
Dimond, Henry C., 322. 
DIMON, CAPTAIN MOSES, 1672-1748. 
Lieutenant, 1 709. Captain, 1711, 
Fairfield, Conn. Deputy, 1722. 
Dimond, Edwin R., 360. 
DIVOLL, ENSIGN JOHN, 1676. Lan 
caster, Mass. Second under Major 
Simon Willard, King Philip s 
War. Ensign in Foot Co. at Lan 
caster. Killed at the assault on 
the Rowlandson Garrison House. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
Heaton, John E., 225. 
DIVOLL, WILLIAM, 1672-1731. Soldier 
in Peter Joslin s Garrison, Lancas 
ter, 1704. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 

Dix, RALF, 1688, Ipswich, Mass. 

Soldier, Indian Wars, 1642. 
Young, Harry, 212. 
DOANE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ELISHA, 
1699-1759. Captain, Louisburg 
Expedition, 1745. Lieut. -Colonel, 
Canadian Expedition, 1758. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
DOANE, JOHN, 1591-1686. Governor s 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Assistant, 1632- 53- 39. Member 
of Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 
Deputy, Plymouth, 1639-1642; 
Eastham, 1649, et seq. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Doane, William C, 57. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Jordon, Scott, 294. 

Doane, William H., 322. 

Chittenden, Edward S., 540. 
DOANE, JOHN, JR., 1635-1 708, Eastham. 
Deputy General Court, Plymouth 
Colony, 1685, et seq. 

Doane, Wm. H., 323. 
DODGE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1636-1728, 
Beverly, Mass. Served in the 
Troop of Horse under Capt. John 
Whipple, 1676; also under Capt. 
George Curwin. Captain of Troop, 
1690. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Abbott, Francis E., 175. 
DONNELL, HON. SAMUEL, 1646-1718, of 
Georgiana (York, Me.). Member 
of Council, Mass. Bay Colony, 
Judge. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 
DOOLITTLE, SERGEANT ABRAHAM, 1620- 
1690, Wallingford, Conn. Mem 
ber of Vigilance Committee, King 
Philip s War. Deputy eight times 
from New Haven and Walling 
ford. Sergeant. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 
DOOLITTLE, DR. BENJAMIN, 1695-1749, 
Northfield, Mass. Surgeon, Gar 
rison of Fort Dummer and Ash- 
ulots. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 
DORR, EBENEZER, 1688-1760. Captain, 
Roxbury, Mass., I733~ 34. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

DORSEY, HON. JOHN, 1663-1714. Mem 
ber of the Maryland Council, 1710- 
1714. 

Keech, Edwin P., 163. 

Welsh, Luther W., 316. 
DOTEY, EDWARD, 1599-1655. 4oth 
signer, Mayflower Compact. Took 
part in "first encounter, "8 Dec. 
(o. s.), 1620. Member of Capt. 
Myles Standish s first Military 
Co., 1621, at Plymouth. Also 
1643. 

Ames, Joseph B., 176. 



Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Chittenden, Edwin S., 340. 

Kelly, Edward L., 371. 
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, 1610-1682, New 
London, Conn. Commissary of 
the Army, Province of Conn., 
King Philip s War. Deputy, 1 672- 
1675. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 

Mott, John T., 91. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Alexander, Wm. H., 332. 
Dow, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1634-1707, 
Hampton, N. H. Ensign, Hamp 
ton Military Co., 1689. Captain, 
1692. 

Johnson, John F., 193. 
DOWD (DOUDE), EBENEZER, 1709-1789, 
Killingsworth, Conn. Capt. Tim 
othy Hierliby s Co., 1760, French 
and Indian War. 

Bell, Jared W., 39. 

DOWNES, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, 1 707-1 790. 
Served at Fort William Henry in 



Downes, Anson T., 57. 
DRAKE, JOSEPH. Lieutenant of Militia, 

Province of New-York, Eastches- 

ter, 1700. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 
DRAPER, CAPTAIN JAMES, 2d, 1691- 

1768, Dedham, Mass. Served 

in King Philip s War. 
Draper, Charles A., 57. 
Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 57, 369. 
DRAPER, CAPTAIN JAMES, 3d, 1654- 

1698, Dedham, Mass. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. 
Draper, Charles A., 57. 
Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 57, 369. 
Cox, Edwin B., 182. 
Cox, Wm. Emerson, 182. 
Draper, Eben S., 184. 
Draper, William F., 184. 
DRAPER, JOHN, 1725-1805, Dover, Mass. 

Private, ist Co. of Militia, Ded 

ham, Capt. Joseph Richards, de 

fence against the Indians, 1 754. 
Draper, Walter H., 184. 
DRESSER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1639-1724, 

Rowley, Mass. Provincial Forces, 

Mass. Bay Colony. Representa 

tive, 1691, et seq. 
Spofford, PaulN., 113. 
DRESSER, CAPTAIN RICHARD. Captain 

of the Charlton, Mass. Co., Col. 



455 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



John Chandler, Jr. s, Regt., 
relief of Fort William Henry, 
1758. 
Hammond, Lyman D., 293. 

DRURY, LIEUTENANT HUGH, 1689, 

Boston, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1659, and 2d Sergt, 1664. Lieu 
tenant in Capt. Daniel Henchman s 
Co. of Foot, 1675. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 1 78. 

Green, Charles M., 187. 
DRURY, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1646-1678, 
Boston. Private in Capt. Mose- 
ley s Co. Ensign and Lieutenant 
in Capt. Davenport s Co., Great 
Swamp Fight. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 1 78. 

Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 

Bartholomew, James H.,339. 

Clark, Orlando E., 393. 
DRURY, CAPTAIN THOMAS. Deputy, 
Mass. General Court, 1701. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 178. 
DUBOIS, ABRAHAM, 1657-1731, Hurley, 
N. Y. Served in 2d Canadian Ex 
pedition. 

Gross, Samuel E., 292. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 
DUBOIS, Louis, 1626-1695. French 
Huguenot settler and patentee. 
Founder of New Paltz. His wife, 
her three children, and others were 
carried into captivity by the In 
dians at the burning of Hurley, 
(new village), 1663. He led an 
expedition against the Indians, de 
feated them and rescued the cap 
tives. In 1670, served again in 
the Colonial Forces against the 
Indians. 

Collins, H. O., 50, 359. 

Deyo, Peter, 56. 

DuBois, Wm. M., 57. 

Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 87. 

Poucher, John W., 100. 

Gross, Samuel Eberly, 292. 

Lightner, William H., 344. 
DuBois, LIEUTENANT SOLOMON, 1670- 
1750, Hurley, N. Y. Lieutenant, 
Ulster Co. Militia. 

Poucher, John W., too. 

Gross, Samuel E., 292. 
DUDLEY, FRANCIS. A soldier in King 
Philip s War. 

Dudley, Edgar S., 58. 
DUDLEY, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1690-1746. 



Lieutenant in Col. Samuel Moore s 
New Hampshire Regt., Louisburg, 
1744. Also served under Capt. 
Nicholas Gilman against Indians, 
1710. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
DUDLEY, GOVERNOR JOSEPH, 1647-1720. 
Chief Justice Supreme Court, Prov 
inces of New England and New 
York. President of the Colonies 
of Mass, and New Hampshire, 
1686. Member of Andros Coun 
cil. Governor of Mass., 1702- 
1715. Fought in King Philip s 
War. 

De Koven, H. L. R., 55. 

Saltonstall, A. H. M., 105. 
DUDLEY, SAMUEL, 1610-1682, Salis 
bury, Mass. Deputy, 1641-1645. 
Associate Judge at Salisbury, and 
one of the founders of Exeter, 
N. H. Lieutenant there under 
Capt. John Underbill, 1631-1632. 
Chaplain, King Philip s War under 
Winslow.. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 120. 
DUDLEY, STEPHEN, 1734. Soldier in 
Indian Wars, 1695. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
DUDLEY, GOVERNOR THOMAS, 1 576- 1 65 3 . 
Capt. in Service of Henry Nevarre 
at the Seige of Amiens. Second 
Governor of Mass. Bay Colony, 
1634, et seq. Deputy-Governor, 
1630, et seq., ad int. Governor s 
Assistant, 1635-1636. Commis 
sioner, 1643, et sec L-i f r > ar >d twice 
President of United Colonies. Ma- 
jor-General, A. & H. A. Co., 
1746. Signed charter, Harvard 
College. 

Barnes, Alfred V., 36. 

Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 

Chandler, Walter, 48, 254. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Grinnell, Wm. Milne, 67. 

Erving, Wm. Van R., 60. 

Holmes, Edwin T., 73. 

Janvrin, Joseph E., 77. 

Langdon, Woodbury G., 81. 

Koues, G. Ellsworth, 81, 257. 

Norton, Ewd. L., 93. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 

Rogers, Wm. Evans, 104. 



456 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Saltonstall, A. H. M., 105. 

Sherwood, Samuel, 1 10. 

Stevens, Clarence W., 114. 

Stevens, Frederic B., 114. 

Stokes, Anson Phelps, 115. 

Taylor, Washington I., 117. 

Tucker, Oilman H., 120. 

Tufts, Walter B., 121. 

Williams, Ephraim, 129. 

Hale, Arthur, 142. 

Wilson, John A., 170. 

Adams, Edw. M., 175. 

Bell, Charles U., 178. 

Green, Samuel S., 187. 

Hale, Josiah L., 188. 

Pierce, Jacob W., 200. 

Whiting, Wm. Sawin, 210. 

Wiggin, Jas. H., 210. 

Ball, George O., 267. 

Woodbury, Urban A., 281. 

Poole, Charles C., 298. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Woodbridge, J. Edwards, 304. 

Green, John, 312. 

Norton, Thos. H., 327. 

Adams, John W., 338. 

Richardson, William E., 346. 

Richardson, Chauncey E., 346. 

Wade, James F., 348. 

Wade, John P., 348. 

Whitney, Harry E., 350. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, WillardA.,362. 

Prescott, Frank C., 362. 

Upham, Edwin D., 372. 

Bagley, John N., 389. 
DUFFIELD, WILLIAM, 1727-1799, Frank 
lin Co., Penn. Ensign, Capt. 
Isaiah Saddler s Associated Co., 
York Co., 1756. Served under 
Col. Boquet, 1763-1764. Headed 
a force of 50 men at Fort Loudon, 
1765. French and Indian troub 
les. 

Duffield, Howard, 58. 

Bell, George, 240. 

Bell, Wm. D., 240. 

DUKE, COLONEL HENRY, I 7 I 3- 

Member of Council of Virginia, 
Gov. Nicholson, 1702. Member 
House of Burgesses, 1696. 

Duke, Richard T. W., Jr., 58. 
DULANY, DANIEL, 1686-1753. Mem 
ber of Council, Province of Mary 
land. 

Montgomery, Thomas H., 147. 



DUMBLETON, JOHN, JR., 1658-1675. 

Killed by Indians, King Philip s 
War, Westfield, Mass. 
Fisher, Albert J., 290. 

DUMMER, RICHARD, 1598-1678. As 
sistant, 1635-1636, Colony of 
Mass. 
Emery, Rufus, 60. 

DUNHAM, HON. JOHN, 1 588- 1 669. Mem 
ber Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 
Deputy, 1639-1664. 
Cutler, Edward H., 340. 

DUNLAP, JAMES. Private in Capt. 
Alexander McNutt s Co., French 
and Indian War. 
Gilchrist, Harry Wilbur, 269. 

DUTY, WILLIAM, , Rowley, Mass. 

Soldier, Capt. Jonathan Poole s 
Co., King Philip s War. 
Tenney, Samuel P., 206. 

DUYCHINCK, EVERT. In garrison at 
Fort Hope near the site of Hart 
ford, Conn., 1640. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 

DUYCHINCK, GERARDUS. Captain of 
Foot, North Ward, New-York, 
1 689. Member of Leisler s Coun 
cil. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 

DWIGHT, CAPTAIN EDMUND, 1717-1755. 

Ensign, capture of Lpuisburg. 
Young, William Hopkins, 131. 

DWIGHT, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1676-1732. 
Scout, Hatfield, Mass., in Capt. 
Joseph Hawley s Co. 
Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

DWIGHT, BRIGADIER-GENERAL JOSEPH, 
1703-1765, Brookfield, Mass. 
Colonel, 1744, served at Louis- 
burg under Lieut. -Gen. Pepperrell, 
1745. Member of Council, Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1731-1732, ei seq. 
Commanded a Brigade of Militia, 
Ticonderoga Expedition, 1 756. 
Foster, Alfred Dwight, 185. 

DWIGHT, CAPTAIN SETH, 1707-1774. 
Served under Joseph Kellogg above 
Northfield, 1729, under Capt. 
Bridgeman, 1747, Col. John 
Stoddard. 
Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

DWIGHT, CAPTAIN TIMOTHY, 1639-1718, 
Dedham, Mass. Cornet of Horse 
and Captain of Foot. Served in 
ten Indian Expeditions. Deputy 
General Court of Mass. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Benjamin, Marcus, 39, 240. 

Chapin, Henry Dwight, 48. 

Dwight, ArthurS., 58. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Short, Edward L., no. 

Young, William H., 131. 

Howe, Edw. W., 191. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 
DWIGHT, COLONEL TIMOTHY, 1 694- 1771. 
Captain "Father Ralle s War," 
1724. Built Fort Dummer and 
was its first commander. He was 
Colonel, Chief Justice of Hamp 
shire Co., and Deputy. 

Dwight, ArthurS., 58. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 
DWINEL, HENRY. Served in the French 
and Indian War, 1755-1761. 

Dunnell, William N., 58. 
DYCKMAN, JOHANNES. Captain, Inde 
pendent Co., Livingston Manor, 
1715. 

Byington, Cassius P., 46. 

Dyckman, Myron H., 58. 

DYER, WILLIAM, , Providence, R. I. 

Secretary of the Providence Plan 
tations, 1639, of the Colony of 
Rhode Island, 1640-1642. Gen 
eral Recorder, 1647-1648. Com 
missioner at Newport to act against 
the Dutch, 1648. Commissioner 
to the Assembly from Providence, 
1655; from Warwick, 1661; from 
Newport, 1662. 

Hull, James Wells, 192. 

Dyer, Elisha, 405. 

DYMOKE, ENSIGN SHUBAEL, 1644-1732. 
Ensign and Deputy, Plymouth 
Court. 

Bassett, Charles Franklin, 37. 

Hulbert, Henry C, 75. 
DYMOKE, (DIMMOCK) LIEUTENANT 

THOMAS 1658. Lieutenant, 

Barnstable Co. In active service 
against the Indians, 1643-1644. 
Deputy for six years. 

Bassett, Charles Franklin, 37. 

Dimock, William DeW., 57. 

Hulbert, Henry C., 75. 

Leach, J. Granville, 144. 

EAGER, WILLIAM (ACER, AGUR.) Served 
in Capt. Thomas Prentiss Co., 
"Middlesex" troopers, Mt. Hope 
Campaign, and under Lieut. Ed 
ward Oakes. 



Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C., 301. 
EAMES, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1698-1771, 
Framingham, Mass. Captain, 
1757, French and Indian War. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 
EAMES, THOMAS, 1618-1680, Framing- 
ham, Mass. Soldier in Pequot 
War. 

Eames, Francis L., 58. 

MacVeagh, Eames, 295. 

Perry, William S., 380. 
EARL, (EARLE) CAPTAIN RALPH, 1600- 
1 678. Captain of Troop of Horse, 
Colony of Rhode Island, 1671. 

Prime, Ralph Earl, 100. 

Wilbour, Joshua, 210. 

Tilley, R. Hammett, 407. 
EARLE, EDWARD, 1668-1714. Member 
House of Deputies, 1695. Com 
missioner of Revenue, French and 
India War, 1702-1713, Province 
of New Jersey. 

Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 
EARLE, MAJOR SAMUEL, 1692-1770. 
Member of the House of Burgesses 
from Frederick Co., Virginia, 1746. 
High Sheriff, 1752. Major, Lord 
Hairfax Regt., 1748. Justice, 
County Court, 1748. 

Byers, Anthony Stoddard, 385. 

Earle, Richard Harrison, 385. 

EARLE, WILLIAM, 1715. Member 

General Assembly, Rhode Island, 
i 704- i 706. 

Collins, Henry H., Jr., 139. 
EASTMAN, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, 1689-1748. 
When nineteen, in expedition 
against Port Royal. At twenty- 
one, commanded a company of 
Infantry under Admiral Walker. 
Commander of a company at 
Louisburg, 1745. First settler of 
Concord, N. H. His house was 
a garrison, 1 746. 

Walker, George L., 232. 

Eastman, Edson C., 268. 

Eastman, Samuel C., 268. 

Rollins, Frank W., 271. 

Staniels, Chas. Eastman, 272. 
EASTMAN, CAPTAIN JOSEPH. Captain 
Crown Point Expedition, 1755. 

Walker, George L., 232. 
EASTON, GOVERNOR JOHN, 1624-1705. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 1690, 
et seq. Deputy-Governor, 1674- 
1, 1681, 



1676. Attorney General, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



et seq. Attorney General of Ports 
mouth and Newport, 1653-1654. 
Deputy, 1665, et seq. Commis 
sioner, 1654, et seq. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Tilley, R. Hammett, 406. 
EASTON, GOVERNOR NICHOLAS, 1593- 
1675. President of Rhode Island. 
1650. Deputy-Governor, 1666, 
six years. Governor, 1 672^73- 
74. Governor s Assistant, 1640. 
Deputy, 1665-1666. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Ingersoll, Colin M., 226. 

Tilley, R. Hammett, 406. 
EASTON, PETER, 1622-1694. Deputy 
i666- 7i- 77. Commissioner 1660- 
1661. Assistant, 1667. General 
Treasurer, 1672-1677. Attorney 
General, 1674-1676. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 
EASTOW, WILLIAM, - 1665. Repre 
sentative, General Court of Mass., 



Moulton, John H., 313. 
EATON, CORPORAL JONAS, 1680-1720, 
Framingham, Mass. Corporal, 
Co. of Troopers, Capt. Isaac Clark, 



Eaton, Joseph G., 184. 
EATON, FRANCIS, - 1633. Signer of 
the Mayflower Compact. Mem 
ber of the first Military Co. of Ply 
mouth. 

Vide, Joel F., 373. 

EATON, CORPORAL NOAH, 1708-1791, 
Framingham, Mass. Soldier in 
Capt. Josiah Brown s Troop. In 
service at Post No. 4, Charles- 
town, N. H., King George s War, 
1 746. Corporal in Capt. Jeremiah 
Belknap s Co., French and Indian 
War, 1757. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 

Parker, C. Wallingford, 198. 

Parker, Herman, 199. 
EATON, SAMUEL, 1619-1620 - . Mem 
ber of Plymouth Military Co., 
1643. 

Viele, Joel F., 373. 

EATON, GOVERNOR THEOPHILUS, 1 590- 
1657. Governor of New Haven 
Colony, 1639-1657. Founder of 
the City of New Haven. 

Fitch, Edward Sherman, 61. 



Metcalf, Bryce, 89. 

Pond, Charles H., 99. 

Pond, Winthrop, 99. 

Wilcox, Reynolds W., 129. 

Bishop, Timothy H., 218. 

Pond, Nicholas Misplee, 228. 

Norton, John G., 280. 
EATON, COLONEL WILLIAM. Granville 
Co. Militia. Member Colonial 
Assembly of North Carolina, 1 746, 
et seq. 

Daves, Jno. C., 160. 
EATTON, HON. JOHN, 1689-1750, Mon- 
mouth Co., N. J. Judge, Court 
of Common Pleas, 1722. First 
Representative, 1727-1750, from 
the county. Trustee from the 
Province, 1 740, West India Expe 
dition. Paymaster, Expedition to 
Canada, 1746. 

Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 
EDDY, CAPTAIN JONATHAN. Officer in 
Col. Winslow s Regt., Nova 
Scotia, 1755. Lieutenant under 
Capt. Bailey, Fort William Henry 
and Crown Point. Enlisted a com 
pany of Troop, Expedition to 
Canada, 1758, under Col. Doty, 
stationed at Fort Cumberland, Col. 
Joseph Fry s Regt., 1759. Col 
onel in the Revolution. Repre 
sentative from Sharon, Mass., and 
founder of Eddington, Me. 

Avery, John H., 389. 
EDDY, SAMUEL. Member of the Ply 
mouth Co., 1643. 

Horton, William E., 73, 244. 

Vandercook, Jno. D., 302. 
EDGERLY, DAVID, 1741-1785, Brent- 
wood, N. H. Soldier, French and 
Indian War. Member Capt. Alex 
ander Todd s Co., 1 758, and Capt. 
Tilton s, 1760. 

Edgerley, Edwin Lorraine, 268. 

EDSALL, SAMUEL, 1702. Ensign, 

Esopus War, 1663. Member of 
Gov.Carteret s Council, Province of 
East New Jersey, 1668, et seq. In 
dian Interpreter, New Castle, on 
the Delaware, 1675-1676. Coun 
cillor under Leisler, Province of 
New-York, 1689-1691. 

Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 
EDWARDS, DAVID, 1712 , Charles- 
town, Mass., Sentinel, Capt. 
Thomas Jenner s Co., 1748. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Winship, William H., 211. 
EDWARDS, REVEREND TIMOTHY, 1669- 
1750. Chaplain, Colonial Forces, 
Conn., Expedition to Canada, 
1711. First Minister at East 
Windsor, 1 694, sixty-four years. 

Dwight, Arthur S., 58, 370. 

Edwards, Pierrepont, 59, 256. 

Stringer, Geo. A., 1 16. 

Tyler, Harry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 

Tyler, Augustus C., 232. 

Woodbridge, Jonathan E., 304. 
EELLS, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1639-1709, 
Milford, Conn. Sergeant, 1669. 
Lieutenant, 1676. Commanded a 
Garrison at Dartmouth, Mass., 
King Philip s War. Deputy, Mil- 
ford, 1678, et seq. Captain, 1683. 
Commissioner, 1683-1687. Rep 
resentative, Hingham, Mass., 1705- 
1 706. Attained the rank of Major. 

Greene, Edward N., 65. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 

Goodwin, James J., 223. 
EELLS, COLONEL SAMUEL, 1666-1753, 
Milford, Conn. Captain, 1699. 
Major, New Haven Co., 1709. 
Col. 2d Regt., 1739. Deputy, 
1704, 1706. Speaker, 1706-1708. 
Assistant, 1709-1739. Judge, Su 
perior Court, 1711-1739. County 
Court, 1730-1737. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 

Goodwin, James J., 223. 
EGLESTON, JAMES. Soldier in the Pe- 
quot War, 1637. 

Egleston, Thomas, 59. 
EGLESTON, JOSEPH, 1700-1774. Marched 
under Major John Ashley to the 
relief of Fort William Henry, 1 757. 

Egleston, Thomas, 59. 
EGLESTON, SETH, 1731-1772. Marched 
with his father, Joseph Egleston, 
to the relief of Fort William 
Henry. 

Egleston, Thomas, 59. 
ELDERKIN, COLONEL JEDEDIAH. Ensign, 
ist Co., 5th Regt., Conn. Militia, 
1754. Major, 1759. Lieut. -Col., 
1774. Deputy from Windham, 
1765, et seq. The " Elderkin 
too" of the Windham " Frog 
Fight." 

Campbell, Wm. A., 47. 

Elderkin, Wm. A., 360. 



ELIOT, PHILIP, 1602-1657. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1638. Colonel, Mass. 
Militia. 

Payson, Albert H., 362. 
ELLIOT, ASA. Soldier, 1757-1758. 
Campaign against French and 
Indians. 

Elliot, Daniel Giraud, 59. 
ELLIOT, HENRY. Soldier in King Philip s 

War, 1675. 

Elliot, Daniel Giraud, 59. 
ELIOT, HON. JOHN, 1667-1715. Mem 
ber of Committee of War, of Hart 
ford, 1708. Deputy, i696- 97~ 
1701. Speaker, 1702, and later a 
Judge. 

Ormsbee, Herman, 94. 
ELLIOT, ROBERT, 1 640- 1 720, New Castle, 
N. H. Member of Gov. Cran- 
field s Council, 1682-1686, and 
Gov. Allen s, 1692, et seq. Mem 
ber of the last Assembly of Maine, 
1685, from Scarborough. 
Frisbie, Ivory F., 186. 
Leighton, George Eliot, 313. 
ELLIS, CAPTAIN CHARLES, 1719-1759. 
Albemarle Co. , Virginia. In active 
service on the Frontier, 1755-1756. 
Tapscott, Jno. S., 167. 

ELLIS, LIEUTENANT RICHARD, , Ded- 

ham, Mass. Deputy, 1692. 
Ware, Moses E., 208. 
Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
ELLISON, COLONEL THOMAS, 1701-1779. 
French and Indian War. In 1 757, 
marched his regiment from Ulster 
Co., to the relief of Fort William 
Henry. 

Morton, Frederick N., 280. 
ELLSWORTH, CAPTAIN DAVID. Siege of 

Louisburg, 1745. 
Taintor, George E., 231. 
ELLSWORTH, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1697-1784. 
Captain, Colonial Forces of Conn. 
Ensign, French and Indian War, 
1756. 
Stringer, George A., 1 16. 

ELMER, EDWARD, 1676. Killed by 

Indians in King Philip s War. 
Booraem, Robert E., 42. 
Kelly, James H., 80. 
Marsh, George S., 295. 
ELY, NATHANIEL, 1585-1676. Deputy, 

General Court, Conn., 1657. 
Foote, John C., 311. 
ELY, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 3d, 1697-1777. 



460 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ensign, 1723. Lieutenant, 1728. 
Captain, 1733. Colony of Conn. 

Frazer, Shelden L., 342. 
ELY, CAPTAIN WILLIAM. Ensign, 3d 
Co., Lyme, Conn., 1738. Lieu 
tenant, 1740. Captain, 1745. 
Louisburg Expedition. 

Ely, Smith, 60. 

Mott, John T., 91. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 
EMERY, ANTHONY. Kittery, Me., and 
Portsmouth, N. H. Deputy, Mass. 
General Court, 1672. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 
EMERY, ANTHONY, 1713-1781. Sur 
geon, Louisburg Expedition, 1 745, 
and in Col. Blanchard s N. H. 
Regt., Crown Point, 1755. 

Adams, George H., 33. 

Knox, William S., 245. 

EMERY, JAMES, 1630 , Kittery, Me. 

Deputy to the Mass. General 
Court, 1693-1695. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 

Knox, William S., 245. 
EMERY, JONATHAN, 1652-1723. Served 
under Major Samuel Appleton in 
the Swamp Fight. 

Emery, Brainerd Prescott, 60. 

Emery, Rufus, 60. 

Greve, Charles T., 324. 
EMERY, COLONEL STEPHEN, 1710-1795. 
Ensign, 1746. Captain, 1757. 
Colonel of Regt., Mass. Militia, 
1767. Colonel, 2d Regt., New- 
bury and Rowley, 1771. 

Emery, Brainerd Prescott, 60. 

Emery, Rufus, 60. 

Brigg, Frank O., 254. 
ENDICOTT, GOVERNOR JOHN, 1588-1665, 
Salem. Governor Mass. Bay Col 
ony, 1629. General of forces 
against Indians, 1636. Deputy- 
Governor, 1641. Governor, 1644. 
Sergeant-Major, 1645. President 
United Colonies, 1658. 

Endicott, Robert, 60. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

Putnam, George J., 201. 

Todd, William C, 272. 
ERVING, COLONEL JOHN, 1693-1786. As 
sistant, Mass. Bay Colony twenty 
years. Colonel of the Boston 
Regt. 

4 6 



Erving, William V. R., 60. 

ESTABROOK, CAPTAINJOSEPH, 1669-1733, 

Lexington, Mass. Captain, 1723- 
1725. Representative, 1723-1725. 
Estabrook, Fred W., 185. 

EVANS, COLONEL EVAN, 1732-1794. 
Member Penn. Co. Association, 
and the Committee of Observa 
tion for Chester Co., 1774. 
Huidekoper, F. Wolters, 244. 

EVANS, HUGH, 1682-1772. Member 
Penn. Provincial Assembly, 1722- 

4 6- 54. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
EVANS, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1738-1834. 
Lieutenant, Dunmore s War, Vir 
ginia Campaign, 1774. 

Evans, Dudley, 256. 
EVERETT, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1636-1714, 
Dedham, Mass. In 1695, com 
manded a company sent to assist 
the New Hampshire Colony against 
the Indians stationed at Exeter and 
Portsmouth, N. H. 1696, ordered 
into Maine. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

EWELL, HENRY, Scituate, Mass., 

1 68 1 . Soldier in Pequot War. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

FAIRBANKS, CAPTAIN JABEZ ? 1670-1758. 
In Lancaster Garrison, 1704. 
Commander of Garrison, 1711; 
and in the two Acadian Expedi 
tions, 1707-1710 and Love well s 
(Father Ralle s) War, 1722-1726. 
Lieutenant, 1723-1724. Com 
manded a company, 1724. 
Deputy, 1714, et seq. 
White, John B., 317. 

FAIRCHILD, THOMAS, 1670, Strat 
ford, Conn. Representative, 1659- 
1660. In 1654, appointed 
by the General Court to press 
men to fill the quota for Narra- 
gansett Expedition. 
Harral, George, 70. 

FALLOWELL, GABRIEL. Member of the 

Plymouth Military Co. , 1643. 
Alderson, Victor C., 285. 

FARMER, MAJOR ROBERT, 1720-1779. 
Captain, 1740, i9th Regt. of Foot, 
Province of East Jersey. Major, 
34th Foot, Cumberland Regt. 
Brooke, George, Jr., 138. 

FARNSWORTH, LIEUTENANT DAVID, 1711 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



, of Charlestown and Hollis, 

N. H. Taken prisoner by French 
and Indians, 1757, and carried to 
Canada. Redeemed some years 
later. 
Tucker, William R., 301. 

FARNSWORTH, MATTHIAS, Grafton. 
Served in 1675 with Major Wil- 
lard. 
Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

FARNSWORTH, STEPHEN, 1715-1771, 
Charlestown, N. H. Captured by 
the Indians, 1746, and taken to 
Montreal. One of Capt. Stevens 
Co., raised for the defence of " No. 

4," 75- 

Guilford, Nathan, 67. 
Vandercook, John D., 302. 
FARR, STEPHEN, Concord, Mass. Served 

in King Philip s War under Capt. 

Davenport. 
Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
FARRAR, JACOB, 1642-1675. One of 

the seven men killed in Monaco s 

raid upon Lancaster, King Philip s 

War. 

Farrar, George D., 60. 
Fisher, Albert J., 290. 
FASSETT, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1720-1794. 

ist Military Co., Bennington, Vt., 

1764. 

Hayes, John, 312. 
FASSETT, JOSIAH, 1674 . Served 

under Col. John Lane, relief of 

Dunstable, 1706. 
Hayes, John, 312. 
FAYERWEATHER, BENJAMIN, 1670-1725. 

Cornet of the Fairfield Co. Troop 

of Cavalry. 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 
FEAKE, LIEUTENANT ROBERT. Lieuten 
ant, Capt. Patrick s Co., Colonial 

Forces, 1 632- 1 636. Member, First 

General Court, Colony of Mass. 

Bay, 1635-1636. 
Schieffelin Eugene, 106. 
Schieffelin, George R., 106. 
Schieffelin, Schuyler, 106. 
Scott, John F., 107. 
Scott, William S., 107. 
Thomas, Lawrence B., 118. 
Underhill, Edgar, 121. 
Underhill, Frederic E., 122. 
Morton, Thomas G., 148. 
Sutton, Asahel, 372. 
FELLOWS, EPHRAIM, 1639 . Trooper 



under Capt. Nicholas Page, Mass. 
Forces, Great Swamp Fight. 

Haynes, John R., 361. 
FELLOWS, JOHN, 1733-1808. Captain, 
Berkshire Militia, 1760. French 
and Indian War. 

Jenkins, Edm. Fellows, 78 
FELTON, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1615- 
1705, Salem, Mass. Ensign and 
Lieutenant in Foot Co. 

Felton, Samuel Morse, 323. 
FENN, LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN, Milford, 
Conn. Governor s Assistant, 1654- 
65- 72. Colonel of Militia. 

Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 

Sanford, George B., 229. 
FENNER, CAPTAIN ARTHUR, 1622-1703, 
Providence, R. I. Commissioner 
for United Colonies, 1653, et seq. 
Assistant, 1657-1690. Deputy, 
1 664- 1 700. Commander-in-Chief, 
Providence Forces King Philip s 
War. 

Brown, Harold, 44. 

Brown, John N., 44. 

Lewis, Arnold A., 83. 

Lee, Hillyard C., 163. 

Lee, Julian H., 164. 

Robeson, Andrew, 203. 

Parkhurst, Charles D., 228. 

Fenner, Charles Putnam, 360. 

Wheaton, Frank, 374. 
FENNER, CAPTAIN ARTHUR, 1740-1827. 
Ensign, Col. Henry Babcock s 
R. I. Regt., French and Indian 
War, 1 759. Capture of Quebec. 

Fenner, Charles P. , 360. 
FENNER, MAJOR THOMAS, 1652-1718. 
Soldier, King Philip s War. Dep 
uty, 1683, et seq. Major of the 
Main, 1712-1713. 

Lewis, Arnold A., 83. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
FIELD, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1645-1698, 
Bridgewater, Mass. Soldier under 
Capt. Turner in the " Falls Fight." 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 
FIELD, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1658-1736, 
Hatfield and Deerfield, Mass. Cap 
tain in the Indian Wars. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 

FIELD, SERGEANT SAMUEL, 1697. 

Soldier in the Falls Fight, King 
Philip s War; killed by Indians, 
1697. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Foote, Horace A., 61. 
Merriman, Wm. B., 227. 

FIELD, ZACHARIAH, 1666. One of 

thirty-seven soldiers from Hart 
ford in the Pequot War. 
Field, Thos. G.,6i. 
Foote, Horace A., 62. 
Stockbridge, Henry, 115. 
Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
FIELD, CAPTAIN ZECHARIAH, 1685-1746, 
Northfield, Mass. Sergeant, Capt. 
Kellogg s Co., Father Ralle s War, 
1725. Captain, 1743. 
Field, Thos. Goldsmith, 61. 
Foote, Horace A., 62. 

FIFIELD, EDWARD, 1678 . Captain 

of Militia at Portsmouth, N. H., 
1740. 

Fifield, B. Frank, 279. 
FILKIN, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL HENRY, 

1713- Lieut. -Colonel, Kings 

Co. Militia, 1711. 
Sands, B. Aymar 105. 
Smith, Philip H. W., 112. 

FINNEY, ROBERT, , Plymouth. 

Deputy, General Court, 1657, et 
seq. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 
FISH, CAPTAIN SAMUEL. Served in 

King Philip s War. 
Heilner, George C., 71. 
FISHBOURNE, WILLIAM. Member of 
Governor s Council, 1723-1731, 
Penn. Mayor of Philadelphia. 
Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 369. 
FISHER, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1649-1713. 
Captain, Dedham Mass. Co., 
1676. 

Fisher, Harris B., 61. 
Fisher, Nathaniel C v 61. 

FISHER, SAMUEL, 74- Deputy 

from Wrentham, Mass. , 1 689- 1 692 . 
Ware, Moses E., 208. 
Farrington, Robert I., 341. 
Hill, Henry B., 342. 
Whipple, Charles H., 349. 
Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
FISKE, NATHANIEL, 1653-1735. Soldier 
in Capt. John Cutler s Co., King 
Philip s War. 
Sears, Clinton B., 109. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN ABNER, 1703-1798, of 

Lebanon. Captain, 1753. 
Hart, George W., 70. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN AZEL, 1728-1769. First 
Lieutenant, nth Co., 1757. Cap 



tain, 9th Co., 1759. Captain, 8th 
Co., 1761. Conn. Militia. 

Symonds, Charles S., 1 17. 
FITCH, REVEREND JAMES, 1622-1702, 
Bocking, Eng., and Norwich, 
Conn. Chaplain of the Conn. 
Forces, King Philip s War, under 
Major Treat, 1675, and Major 
John Talcott, 1676. 

Dewey, George A., 56. 

Shepard, R. Fitch, 1 10. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 
FITCH, MAJOR JAMES, 1649-1727, Nor 
wich, Conn. Governor s Assist 
ant, 1681-1706. Sent to New- 
York, to confer with Capt. Jacob 
Leisler, at the Fort. Captain of 
Militia, 1680. Served in the In 
dian Wars and against the French, 
1702. Sergeant-Major of New 
London, 1696. Placed in com 
mand of all the Troops in that 
Co. 

Shepard, R. Fitch, 1 10. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN JEREMIAH, 1670-1736, 
Canterbury, Conn. Captain, 1 708. 
Deputy, 1725-1734. 

Hart, George W., 70. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1667-1743, of 
Windham, Conn., Militia. Dep 
uty twenty sessions. 

Price, Henry R., 100. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN JOHN, JR., 1705-1750, 
Windham, Conn. Captain of the 
Militia. Lieutenant, 1730. Dep 
uty, seven sessions, Windham and 
Canterbury. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
FITCH, JOHN, 1707-1795. In the Indian 
Wars, 1 744, built and defended a 
block house in Lunenburg. 1 748, 
the Indians carried John Fitch, his 
wife and five children into cap 
tivity. Exchanged as a prisoner 
of war. 

Stearns, Ezra S., 272. 
FITCH, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1727-1811, 
Norwalk, Conn, ist Lieutenant, 
Capt. William Whiting s Co. of 
Foot Expedition against Canada, 
1746. Deputy from Norwalk, 
1744-1768. Committee of War, 
Crown Point, 1757. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Fitch, Edward Sherman, 61. 
FITCH, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 2^,1630-1690. 
Ensign, 1665. Commissioner, 



1669. Captain, 1673, and in King 

Philip s War. Deputy-Governor, FLINT, ENSIGN EDWARD", Salem, Mass. 



Nichols, Canadian Expedition, 
1758; and in Col. Frye s Regt. at 
Nova Scotia in 1 760. 
Bates, Edward C., 178. 



1673. 

Fitch, Edward Sherman, 6 1 . 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 

Rowland, Thomas F., 104. 

Smith, Frank B., 247. 

Smith, Robert A., 248. 

Fitch, Grant, 393. 

FITZ HUGH, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1651- 
1701, " Bedford," Stafford Co., 
Va., Lieut. -Colonel, Westmore- 



In Militia, 1689. 

Johnson, Emery W., 192. 
FLINT, LIEUTENANT JOHN. Lieutenant 
in Capt. Thomas Henchman s 
Troop, from Sudbury, Marlboro, 
Concord, Mass. Deputy from 
Concord. 

Flint, Wyman K., 290, 393. 

Flint, Francis G., 393. 

Flint, John W., 393. 



land Co.. Va., 1683. Member FLINT, THOMAS, 1645-1721, Salem. 

House ot Burgesses, 1678-1687. Soldier in King Philip s War. In 

Colonel Stafford Co. Forces, 1690. 
Thomas, Douglas H., 118, 168. 
Thomas, Douglas H., Jr., 168. 
Walker, John Garland, 263. 
Walker, William J., 263. 
Rose, Hiram H., 299. 
Rose, Landon C., 299. 



FITZWATER, THOMAS, 699, Mem 
ber of Assembly, Province of 
Penn., 1688-1690. 
Mifflin, Wm., 147. 



Capt. Gardiner s Co., on service 
against the Narragansetts, 1675. 

Flint, Frank P., 360. 

Flint, Motley H., 360. 
FLINT, SERGEANT THOMAS, Danvers, 
Mass., in 1638. Capt. Joseph 
Gardiner s Troop, 1675. In Capt. 
Curwin s Troop, Capt. Thomas 
Prentice. In the Reserve Salem 
Old Troop. 

Merritt, Walter H., 196. 



FLAG(G), LIEUTENANT GERSHOM, 1641- FLOYD, COLONEL RICHARD, 1665-1728. 



1 690, Woburn, Mass, i st Lieuten 
ant, French and IndianWar. Killed 
in action near Lee, N. H. 

Belknap, Waldron P., 39. 

Platt, Franklin, 149. 

Gordon, Geo. A., 269. 
FLAGG, MICHAEL, 1 650- 1711. Soldier in 
the Mass. Provincial Forces. 

Bemis, Geo. Pickering, 332. 
FLEETE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL HENRY. 
Member first Maryland Assembly, 
1637-1638. Captured by the 
Anacosta Indians, 1623. Ran 
somed, 1627. Commissioned, 
1644, Captain-General, to make 
treaty of peace with the Susque- 
hannas. Burgess, Lancaster Co., 
Va., 1652. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73. 

Throckmorton, Chas. W., 119. 

Fleet, Alexander F., 311. 
FLEG v, FLAG(G). 

FLETCHER, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1718-1776. 
Lieutenant in Capt. David Melvin s 
Co., Northfield, 1747. Captain, 
Acton, 1755, and Alarm List, 1757. 
Captain under Col. Ebenezer 



Lieutenant, 1700. Colonel, Suf 
folk Co. Militia, Canadian Expedi 
tion, 1709. 
Oothout, John W., 94. 

FOBES, JOHN, 1661, Bridgewater, 

Mass. Member Duxbury Military 
Co., Capt. Myles Standish, 1643. 
Washburne, Hempstead, 293. 
FOKAR, GERRIT. In Capt. Pawling s 
Foot Co. of Hurley Soldiers 
at Marbleton, N. Y., Esopus In 
dian Wars. 

Gross, Samuel E., 292. 
FOLSOM, JOHN, 1641-1718. Soldier in 

Indian Wars, 1696. 
Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
FOLSOM, JOHN, JR., 1615-1681. Mem 
ber of Militia at Hingham, Mass. 
Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
FOOT, CAPTAIN SAMUEL. Amesbury, 
Mass. Captain of Militia. His 
house called " Capt. Foot s Fort." 
Kelly, Edward L., 371. 
FOOTE, CAPTAIN ABRAHAM, 1725-1823. 
Ensign, 1757. Lieutenant, 1758. 
Captain, 2d Conn. Regt., 1760. 
Expedition against Montreal. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ives, Francis J., 77. 

FOOTE, DANIEL, 1717-1801. Deputy, 
1 762, et seq. Justice for Hartford 
Co., Conn., 1763-1774. 
Foote, John Crocker, 311. 
FOOTE, MAJOR ISAAC, 1717-1755, Bran- 
ford, Conn. Lieutenant, 1750. 
Major, 1755. Member Council of 
War, 1755. 
Foote, George B., 61. 
Foote, Gilbert F., 61. 
Foote, Morris Cooper, 62. 
FOOTE, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1666-1751. 
Lieutenant, Branford, Conn. ,1713. 
Captain, 1715. Deputy, I7i4- i5. 
Ives, Francis J., 77. 
Pond, Edward Watson, 99. 
FOOTE, NATHANIEL, ist, 1593-1644. 
Deputy, General Court of Conn., 

Sill, Frederick S . , 1 1 1 . 

Foote, John Crocker, 311. 

FOOTE, QUARTERMASTER NATHANIEL, 2d, 

1 647- 1 703. Quartermaster, Capt. 

William Turner s Co., "The 

Falls Fight," King Philip s War. 

Foote, Wallace T., Jr., 62. 

Isham, Charles, 77. 

Williams, Robert D., 129. 

Merwin, Walter L., 147. 

Brainerd, Leverett, 218. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm.,22i. 

Isham, Charles, 226. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Osborn, Henry A., 297. 

Foote, John Crocker, 311. 
FOOTE, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 3d, 1682- 
1774. Ensign, Branford, Conn., 
1709. Colchester, 1721. Lieu 
tenant, 1732. Captain, 1736- 
1 743. Deputy, 1 725, fifteen years. 
Justice, Hartford Co., 1631-1762, 
et seq. 

Foote, John Crocker, 311. 
FOOTE, LIEUTENANT ROBERT, 1629-1681. 
Lieutenant, Branford, Conn. Militia, 
1677. 

Davies, Wm. G., 53. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Foote, Morris C., 62. 

Ives, Francis J., 77. 

Merwin, Walter L., 147. 
FORBUSH, THOMAS, 1667-1738, West- 
boro, Mass. Served in Indian 
Wars. 



Forbush, William C., 62. 
FORD, JOSEPH, 1642-1718. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. 
Griffith, William H., 67. 

FORD, THOMAS, 676, Windsor, 

Conn. Deputy, 1638, et seq. 
Allen, Theodore L., 176. 
FORREST, PATRICK. Member of the 
Maryland House of Burgesses, 
1649-1650. 

Henry, John W., 243. 
Henry, J. Malcolm, 243. 

FORSTER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, l l&4- 

Lieutenant in Col. Clapham s 
Regt., Penn. 
Baldy, John M., 136. 
FOSDICK, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1655- 
1702. Corporal in 1675-1676. 
Lieutenant, 1690. Deputy, 1694- 
1700. 

Jones, Charles D., 325. 
FOSTER (FORSTER), CAPTAIN ASA. Cap 
tain of Foot in Mass. Regt. 
raised for a General Invasion of 
Canada. 

Bryan, Foster A. K., 45. 
FOSTER, LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN, 1715 
, Ipswich, Mass, ist Lieuten 
ant under Capt. John Wright, 
" Eastern Expedition," French and 
Indian War, 1754. 
Young, Harry, 212. 

FOSTER, DAVID, 1704-1779. Private in 
the 6th Regt., New Hampshire, 
1746, Col. Benjamin Rolfe. 
Spies, Francis F., 1 13. 

FOSTER, EDWARD, 644, Scituate, 

Plymouth, Colony. Deputy, 
1639-1641. 

Van Rensselaer, A. Cortlandt, 122. 
Daves, John C., 160. 
Foster, F. Apthorp, 185. 
Hunt, Henry W., 192. 
Minot, Joseph G., 196. 
Ware, Horace E., 208. 

FOSTER, CAPTAIN HOPESTILL, 1676, 

Dorchester, Mass. Ensign, 1646. 

Captain, . Deputy, 1652, et 

seq. 

Robinson, Francis W., 203. 
FOSTER, CAPTAIN JEREMIAH, 1691-1769, 
Chebacco (Ipswich), Captain of 
the 6th Co., 5th Mass., Regt., 
Louisburg Expedition. 
Foster, Joseph, 268. 
FOULSHAM, JOHN, 1615-1681, Hing- 



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ham, Mass., and Exeter, N. H. 
Member of Militia, Hingham, 1644- 
1657. 

Folsom, Albert A., 185. 
FOULSHAM, LIEUTENANT PETER, 1649- 
1717, Exeter, N. H. Ensign, 1692. 
Lieutenant, 1710. 

Folsom, William Henry, 61. 

Folsom, Albert A., 185. 

FOWKE, COLONEL GERARD, 1669. 

Burgess from Westmoreland Co., 
Virginia, 1663. Charles Co., 
Maryland Assembly, 1675. 

Hornor, William M., 73. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T., 101. 

Ramsay, Henry A., 166. 
FOWLER, ENSIGN JOHN, 1685-1748, 
Ipswich, Mass. Ensign in Capt. 
James Abercrombie s Co., ist 
Regt., Col. Sir Charles Hobby, 
etc., Expedition to Port Royal, 
1710. 

Dorman, William B., 184. 
FOWLER, JOHN, 1715-1805. Ipswich, 
Mass. One of Capt. Richard Man 
ning s Troopers, Col. Daniel Ap- 
pleton, relief of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. 

Perley, Henry Otis, 98. 
FOWLER, JOSEPH, 1629-1676, Ipswich, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. William 
Turner s Co., King Philip s War. 
Killed in the Falls Fight. 

Dennis, Rodney S., 56, 221. 
FOWLER, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM. King 
Philip s War. Deputy, General 
Court, Colony of Conn., 1673- 
1680. 

Fowler, Franklin H., 63, 222. 

French, William F., 223. 

Merwin, Orange, 227. 
FRANKLIN, COLONEL BENJAMIN, 1706- 
1790, Philadelphia. Member of 

Assembly, . Speaker, 1764. 

Led Expedition against the In 
dians, among the Moravian Settle 
ments beyond Bethlehem, 1755. 
Colonel, Philadelphia Regt., French 
and Indian War, 1755. 

Duane, Charles W. 184. 
FREEMAN, BARNABAS, 1737-1781. Sand 
wich, Mass. Representative, 1 772- 

774- 

Freeman, James G., 186. 
FREEMAN, EDMUND, 1589-1682, Sand 
wich, Mass. Assistant, 1640- 



1645. Member of Council of War. 
1642. Deputy, 1646. 

Nye, Charles F., 93. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108, 347. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Page, S. Davis, 148. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 

Nickerson, Thomas W., Jr., 197. 

Sears, Henry D., 204. 

Swift, Henry W., 206. 

Wesson, James L., 209. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 

Clark, A. Howard, 241. 
FREEMAN, MAJOR JOHN, 1627-1719. En 
sign, Waltham, Mass., 1654. Major, 
Expedition against the Indians at 
Saconet, 1677. Member Council 
of War, 1667-1676. Captain in 
fight against Indians at Taunton, 
1675. Major, Barnstable Troops, 
1685. Deputy, Eastham, eight 
years. 

Freeman, George W., 63. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108, 347. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 

Sears, Henry D., 204. 

Clark, Alonzo H., 241. 

Fuller, Austin Weld, 279 

Merrick, Frederick L., 296. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 
FRENCH, CORPORALJOHN. Wounded by 
the Indians at Quaboag, 1675. 

Kittridge, Abbott E., 294. 
FRENCH, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1604-1681, 
Cambridge and Billerica, Mass. 
Lieutenant, 1647. A. & H. A. 
Co., 1638. Junior Sergeant, 1643. 
First Sergeant, 1646. Ensign, 
1650. Representative, 1660-1663. 
Captain of Art. Co., 1681. 

Carney, Sydney H., Jr., 47. 

Dennis, Rodney, 56, 221. 

Howe, Herbert M., M.D., 143. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 

Eaton, Joseph G., 184. 

French, Walter H., 186. 

Flint, James M., 242. 

Philbrook, Frederick B., 270. 

Short, William, 315. 
FRISBEE, JOHN, 1650-1694. Deputy 
from Branford, Conn., 1690-1692. 

Frisbie, Ivory F., 186. 

Ducharme, Charles A., 389. 

Plant, Henry B., 270. 

Plant, Morton F., 271. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



FROST, MAJOR CHARLES, 1632-1697. 
Kittery, Me. Member Provincial 
Council, New Hampshire, 1681. 
Sergeant-Major, Province of Maine, 
1689. Killed by Indians. 

Blunt, Stanhope E., 41. 

Salter, Jasper C., 104. 

Salter, William T., 104. 

Pierce, Jacob W., 200. 

Wentworth, Moses J., 303. 

Leighton, Geo. E., 313. 

Salter, William, 380. 
FROST, HON. JOHN, 1681-1732. Mem 
ber of Council, Province of New 
Hampshire, 1724, et seq. In 1726, 
Member of Council, accompanying 
Lieut. -Governor Wentworth to 
Boston on a treaty with the In 
dians. Commanded a British war 
ship. 

Salter, Jasper C., 104. 
FROTHINGHAM, DAVID, 1727-1766. In 
military service in Mass., 1746. 

Schieffelin, George R., 106. 
FROTHINGHAM, CORPORAL THOMAS, 1713- 
1776, Charlestown, Mass. Cor 
poral in Capt. Thomas Jenne s Co., 
1748. 

Winship, William H., 211. 
FRY, COLONEL JOSHUA, 1754. Col 
onel of Virginia Regt., 1754, 
French and Indian War. Died in 
the Expedition to Ohio, succeeded 
in command of Lieut. -Colonel 
George Washington. 

Fry, John W., 262. 

Bacon, Gary H., 354. 
FRY, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR THOMAS, 1666- 
1748, Newport, R. I. Member 
General Assembly, 1690. Major 
of the Main, and Speaker, 1714. 
Deputy-Governor, 1 727- 1 728. 

Fry, Alfred B., 186. 

FRYE, CAPTAIN JAMES, , Andover, 

Mass. King William s War, 1702. 

Eaton, Joseph G., 185. 
FRYE, COLONEL JAMES, 1709-1776, An 
dover, Mass. Lieutenant at Louis- 
burg, 1745. Captain, Crown 
Point, 1756. Colonel, Essex 
Regt., Battle of Bunker Hill, 
where he said: " Tis thirty years 
since I was at the taking of Louis- 
burg, when it was surrendered to 
us. It is a fortunate day for 
America. We shall certainly beat 



the enemy. " Died of his wounds. 

Clarke, Chas. L., 49. 
FRYE, COLONEL JOSEPH, 1711-1794, 
Fryeburg, Me. Deputy, Mass. 
General Court, 1750-1754. Ensign 
5th Co., Hale s Regt., Louisburg, 
1 745. Colonel, and taken prisoner, 
at Fort William Henry, 1757. 
Escaped to Fort Edward. Served 
with distinction in the Revolution. 

Martin, William P., 196. 

Greene, Jacob L., 224. 

FRYER, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 16 1705, 

Boston, Mass., and Portsmouth, 
N. H. Deputy, General Court of 
Mass., 1666. Commissioner to 
treat with the Indians, Casco, 
Me., 1678. Royal Councillor, 
Province of New Hampshire, 1683. 
Deputy-Governor, i 692-1 702. 
Chief Justice, Court of Common 
Pleas, 1693-1695. Lieutenant, 
1678. Captain, 1689. Com 
mandant, 1692-1697, at New 
Castle (Fort William and Mary), 

Parson, William D., 95. 

Frisbie, Ivory F., 186. 

Wilson, Fred A., 21 1. 

Frisbie, Franklin Senter, 268. 

FULLER, EDWARD, 1654 , Lynn, 

Mass. Soldier under Major Richard 
Walderne, King Philip s War. 

Watkins, Walter K., 209. 

FULLER, JOHN, 1666, Lynn, Mass. 

Deputy, General Court, 1655- 
1664. 

Watkins, Walter K., 209. 
FULLER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1631-1695, 
Lynn, Mass. Ensign, 1661-1674, 
Essex Regt. , Major Daniel Denison, 
also, at Lynn, 1677. Corporal, 
1675, Capt. Moseley, mustering at 
Dedham; served at Woodcock s 
Garrison, same year, Lieutenant, 
1691. Deputy, 1674-1678. 

Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 

Watkins, Walter K., 209. 

FULLER, CAPTAIN MATTHEW, 1678. 

Sergeant under Myles Standish, 
1643. Lieutenant at Barnstable, 
1652. Lieutenant, Capt. Standish s 
Expedition against Manhattoes 
Colony, 1654. Chairman, Coun 
cil of War. Lieutenant of the 
Forces against the Saconet Indians, 
1671. Magistrate, 1671. Sur- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



geon-General, 1673. Captain, 
King Philip s War. 

Lovell, Frank H., 85. 

Norton, Edward L., 93. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 

Lawrie, Andrew W., 194. 

Gale, Thos. M., 242. 

Flint, Wyman K., 290. 
FULLER, DR. SAMUEL, - 1633. 8tn 
Signer of Mayflower Compact; 
first physician at Plymouth. Assist 
ant, 1632. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

FULLER, REVEREND SAMUEL, 1623-1695. 
Private, Plymouth Co., 1643. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

FULLER, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1675, 

Barnstable, Mass. Lieutenant in 
Capt. Michael Peirce s Co., King 
Philip s War. Killed at Rehobath 
Ambuscade. 

Norton, Edward L. ; 93. 

Curtiss, Frederic H., 183. 
FULLER, THOMAS, Sergeant, 1656. 
Lieutenant, 1685. Woburn and 
Wenham, Mass. 

Pierce, Frederick C., 298. 
FURNESS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1733-1810, 
Boston. Captain in General Tim 
othy Ruggles 2d Worcester Regt., 
Crown Point Expedition, 1759. 

Furness, Dawes E., 186. 

GALE, CAPTAIN ISAAC, 1708-1793. Lieu 
tenant, Capt. Solomon Holman s 
Co., relief of Fort William Henry, 
1757. Captain, 1763. 

Henry, John Francis, 71. 

Henry, William Barrett, 71. 

GALLOP, JOHN, ^50, Boston. In a 

fight with the Pequot Indians off 
Block Island, 1636, called the first 
naval engagement in New England 
waters. 

Allen, Francis R., 175. 

Galloupe Charles W., 186. 

Joy, William F., 193. 

Seaver, James E., 204. 

GALLOP, CAPTAIN JOHN, 675. 

New London, Conn. Captain of 
the ist Co., Conn. Forces, Major 
Robert Treat, Great Swamp Fight, 
where he was killed. One of the 



four Conn, captains killed. 



Hart, George 



captains 
W., 70. 



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Satterlee, Francis LeR., 105. 

Galloupe, Charles W., 186. 

Galloupe, Isaac F., 187. 

Hull, James W., 192. 

Seaver, James E., 204. 

Cox, William V. Z., 242. 

Dennison, Ira W., 242. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 
GALLUP, BENADAM, 1655-1727, Ston- 
ington, Conn. Went with volun 
teers to Vineyard Harbor, 1689, 
captured a pirate sloop and took 
it to Boston. 

Cox, William, V. Z., 242. 
GARDINER, COLONEL ABRAHAM, Suffolk 
Co., New-York Provincial Militia, 
1772. 

Thompson, Fred. Diodati, 119. 
GARDINER, GEORGE, 677, a Dep 
uty to the General Court of Rhode 
Island, 1662. 

Hord, Arnold H., 243. 
GARDINER, LIEUTENANT LION, 1599-1663. 
Lieutenant in the English Army. 
Engineer and Master of Works of 
Fortification in the Low Countries. 
Engineer at Boston. Constructoi 
and Commander of Saybrook 
Fort, Pequot War. Lord of the 
Isle of Wight, (now called Gardi 
ner s Island.) 

Bunker, William, 45. 

Coghill, Howard, 50. 

Gardiner, David, 64. 

Gardiner, Robert A., 64. 

McKinstry, Charles H., 87. 

Thompson, F. Diodati, 87. 

Thompson, Hobart W., 119. 

Lennig, Charles F., 145. 

Leroy, Jacob, 145. 

Coit, Robert, 210. 

Prentis, Edward, 229. 

Flint, Wyman K., 290. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 

Gardiner, Curtis Crane, 311. 

Gardiner, Silas W., 380. 
GARDINER, CAPTAIN-LIEUTENANT LUKE, 
- 1674. Came to Maryland 
on Ark and Dove, 1634. Bur 
gess from St. Mary s Co., Md., 
1659, et seq. Lieutenant, Foot 
Co., 1660. Captain-Lieutenant, 
1661. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

Jenkins, Thos. C., 163. 

Ramsay, Henry A., 166. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



GARDINER, RICHARD, 1687. Bur 
gess from St. Mary s Co., Mary 
land, 1685-1687. 

Jenkins, Thos. C, 163. 

GARDNER, CAPTAIN ANDREW, 1690. 

Deputy General Court of Mass 
achusetts, 1689. Captain in the 
Expedition to Canada, 1690. 

White, John B., 316. 
GARDNER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1624-1706. 
Commissioned by Gov. Lovelace, 
of New-York, seven times, 1673, et 
seq. Captain of Militia. 1680, 
Civil Magistrate. When Nau- 
tucket passed, in 1699, under Mass, 
jurisdiction, he was made Judge of 
Probate. 

Howard, Leland O., 244. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
GARDNER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1681-1721. 
Engaged in the defence of Haver- 
hill against Indians, 1708, and in 
protection of frontier. 

Howard, Leland O., 244. 
GARDNER, RICHARD, SR. Member of 
Assembly of Freemen, Maryland, 
1637-1641. 

Jenkins, Thos. C., 163. 
GATES, SIMON. Received grant of land 
in Narragansett Township, Nov. 2, 
for services in King Philip s Wars. 

Sargent, John S., 300. 
GAYLOR, WILLIAM, 1585-1673, Windsor, 
Conn. Deputy, General Court, 
Mass. Bay, 1635, et seq.; Conn. 
1639, forty-one times. 

Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
GERARD, THOMAS, 1600-1673. Member 
of Assembly from St. Marie s Hun 
dred, 1641, and Member of the 
Council. Commissioner of the 
Proprietary, and Lord of St. 
Clement s Manor, Province of 
Maryland. 

Jenkins, Austin L., 162. 

Jenkins, Edward A., 162. 

Jenkins, Francis de S., 163. 

Jenkins, Spaulding L., 163. 

Ramsay, Henry A., 166. 
GERRISH, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1646-1714, 
Newbury, Mass., and Dover, N. H. 
Captain, 1672. Captain of Troops 
of Horse, 1680, and King William s 
War, 1690. High Sheriff, 1683. 
Member Special Assembly, 1684. 
Deputy, 1684, ct sec L- Royal 



Councillor. Justice,Superior Court, 
1699-1714. 

Frisbie, Ivory F., 186. 

Wilson, Fred A., 211. 

Frisbie, Franklin Senter, 268. 

Butters, George, 288. 
GERRISH, COLONEL PAUL, 1674-1743, 
Dover, N. H. Captain, 1717. 
Major, 1729, Indian Wars. Rep 
resentative, i 726- i 740. 

Rollins, Edward A., 104. 
GERRISH, COLONEL TIMOTHY, 1684-1756, 
Dover, N. H. Proprietor of Ger- 
rish s Island. Captain, 1719. 
Deputy, 1709, et seq. Colonel 
York Co. Militia, 1725. Jus 
tice Court of Common Pleas. 
Roy alCouncillor, Province of Mass. , 
1730-1735. 

Frisbie, Franklin Senter, 268. 
GERRISH, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1617-1687, 
Newbury and Boston, Mass. First 
Captain, Military Co. of Newbury. 
Captain in King Philip s War. 
Commanded garrison at Newbury. 
Deputy, 1650, etseq. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Low, Wm. G., Jr., 85. 

Wood, Marshall William, 130. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 

Amsden, Henry F., 177. 

Wilson, Fred A., 21 1. 

Frisbie, Franklin Senter, 268. 
GERRITSEN v. STRIJCKER. 
GIBBARD, WILLIAM. Deputy, Secretary 
and Governor s Assistant, New 
Haven Colony. 

Stoddard, William B., 231. 
GIBBON(S), DEPUTY-GOVERNOR AMBROSE, 
1600-1656. Deputy-Governor of 
New Hampshire, 1630. Captain, 
Portsmouth Alarm, 1643. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 

Rollins, Edward A., 104. 

Trenchard, Edward, 120. 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 

Knox, William S., 245. 

Leighton, Geo. Eliot, 312. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 314. 

GIBSON, LIEUTENANT ABRAHAM, , 

Stow, Mass. Lieutenant under 
Capt. Abijah Hall, 1759; also in 
Col. Willard s Regt., Crown Point 
Expedition^ 1760. 

Gibson, Edwin W., 389. 
GIBSON, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1700-1752. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Retired officer, British Army. 
Joined the Expedition to Cape 
Breton, 1 745 ; contributed ^500 
thereto. One of three who escaped 
death while on a scout, May 10. 
With five men he towed the fire- 
ship against the enemy s fleet and 
the west gate. 

Johnson, Jeremiah A., 78. 

Johnson, James Bowen, 245. 

Johnson, Jas. Gibson, 294. 
GIDDINGS, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 1704- 
1771, of Chebacco (Ipswich). 
Lieutenant, Capt. Jeremiah Foster s 
Co., 5th Mass. Regt., Louisburg 
Expedition. Representative, Mass. 
General Court, 1 758. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
GIDDINGE, GEORGE, 1608-1676, Ipswich, 
Mass. Deputy to General Court 
of Mass., \6^\,etseq. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 

Gordon, Geo. A., 269. 
GILBERT, DANIEL, 1729-1824. Ensign, 
Capt. John Dodge s Co. ex 
pedition to Cape Breton, 1744. 
Crown Point Expedition, under 
Col. Thatcher s; also in Capt. 
Nathaniel Woolcot s Co., 1757. 

Gilbert, Benjamin D., 64. 

GILBERT, DEACON HENRY, 1661 . 

In command of soldiers to build a 
fort at Brookfield known as Gil 
bert s Fort, 1 688. 

Gilbert, Benjamin D., 64. 

GILBERT, JOHN, 654, Dorchester 

and Taunton, Mass. Member of 
the Military Co., Yarmouth, under 
Lieut. Wm. Palmer, 1643. 

Tucker, William R., 301. 
GILBERT, JONATHAN, 1618-1682. Ren 
dered important services in the 
Indian wars, as messenger to Se- 
quasson, Chickwallop, Manasanes 
and other chiefs on various occa 
sions. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 

Hooker, Edward W., 225. 

Gilbert, James H., 291. 

Turner, Henry L., 302. 

Doane, William H., 323. 

Taylor, Oscar L., 347. 
GILBERT, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR MATTHEW. 
Deputy-Governor, New Haven 
Colony, 1661-1663. 

Munson, C. La Rue, 148. 



Dyer, Horace E., 278. 
GILBERT, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1689- 
1756, Middletown, Conn. Served 
under Capt. Moses Demming, ex 
pedition to Canada, 1 709. Lieu 
tenant at "Newfield," 1736. 

Gilbert, James H., 291. 
GILBERT, VICE-ADMIRAL THOMAS, 1645- 
1709. Commanded 2d Squad 
ron, Canadian Expedition, Sir Wil 
liam Phips; and in Swan captured 
French ship Saint Jacob, in the St. 
Lawrence, 1692. 

Murphey, Elijah W., 91. 
GILLETT, SAMUEL, 1643-1676, Hatfield, 
Mass. Killed by the Indians, 
11 Falls Fight," King Philip s War. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
GILLETT, SAMUEL, JR., 1769, Hat- 
field, Mass. Soldier at Battle of 
Deerfield Meadow, 1703. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
GILMAN, CALEB, 1678-1766. Soldier in 
the Indian Wars, 1710, under Capt. 
Nicholas Gilman. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 

GILMAN, COLONEL DANIEL, 1702 . 

Colonel 4th Regt., New Hamp 
shire Militia, 1758-1767. 

Churchill, Nathaniel W., 181. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, Willard A., 362. 
GILMAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1624-1608, 
Exeter, N. H. Lieutenant, 1669. 
Member first Council, Province of 
New Hampshire, 1680. Member 
of Assembly, 1693-1697. Speak 
er, 1695. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 

Glidden, John M., 141. 

Haseltine, Frank, 142. 

Smith, Wm. P., 151. 

Churchill, N. Wiley, 181. 

Folsom, Albert A., 185. 

Hale, Josiah L., 188. 

Batchelder, George A., 239. 

Batchelder, Joseph F., 239. 

Batchelder, Richard N., 239. 

Koues, George E., 257. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, Willard A., 362. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 

Smith, Samuel F., 380. 
GILMAN, MOSES, 1630-1702. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



OILMAN, NICHOLAS, 1672-1749. Dep 
uty, General Court of New Hamp 
shire, 1709. 

Churchill, Nathaniel, 181. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, Willard A., 362. 
GLEN, ALEXANDER LINDSAY, 1610-1685. 
Soldier in the service of the Dutch 
West India Co., Fort Nassau, on 
the South River, 1633. Magis 
trate, Albany, 1643-1663. Pro 
prietor, Schenectady, 1663. Cap 
tain, 1684. Major in command, 
1690, at the massacre. 

Beekman James William, 38. 

Griffith, Wm. H., 67. 

Hill, Robt. C, 72. 

GLEN, COLONEL J ACOB, 1 69 1 - 1 762 . Cap 
tain at Schenectady. Member 
New-York Colonial Assembly, 
1726-1751. 

Beekman, James William, 38. 
GLEN, CAPTAIN JOHN SANDERS, 1648- 
1731. Captain ist Foot Co., 
Schenectady, 1700. Served in 
French and Indian Wars, 1689. 
Expedition to Canada, 1711. 

Beekman, James William, 38. 

Griffith, W. H., 67. 

Hoff, J. Van Rensselaer, 73. 

Van Rensselaer, Maunsell, 123. 

Eldredge, Zoeth S., 185. 
GLIDDEN, CHARLES, 1630-1705. Ports 
mouth, N. H. In garrison at 
Exeter, King Philip s War. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
GLIDDEN, JOHN, 1720-1796. Served in 
the Crown Point Expedition, 1 758, 
Col. John Hart s Regt. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
GLOVER, LIEUTENANT CHARLES, 1610- 
1670, Southold, L. I. Chief officer 
in command there with his men 
under arms, 1652-1653; troubles 
with Dutch and Indians. 

Corwin, Hamilton S., 51. 
GLOVER, HON. JOHN, 1600-1652. Rep 
resentative, Dorchester, Mass., 
1636-1652. Assistant, 1651-1652. 
Captain, A. & H. A. Co. 

Boyd, Allen R., 240. 

Rawson, Edward S., 327. 

GODDARD, CAPTAIN EDWARD, 1675- 

1754, Framingham, Mass. Cap- 

tainofTroop. Deputy, 1724-1 73 1 ; 

Member of Council, 1733-1736. 



Dennis, Rodney, 56, 222. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 

Fessenden, Charles N., 290. 

GODFREY, COLONEL GEORGE, 1721 , 

Taunton, Mass. Captain of Troop 
of Horse, serving against the In 
dians, 1672, afterwards merged in 
the Bristol Co. Regt., Col. Samuel 
White. Major, same regiment, 
about 1771. Colonel, 1774. 

Allen, Frederick B., 176. 
GODFREY, JOHN. Commander of an 
armed ship sent against the French 
at Block Island in 1690. 

Greene, George S., Jr., 65. 

GODFREY, MAJOR RICHARD, 1711 , 

Taunton, Mass. Captain of a com 
pany raised at Taunton, service at 
Crown Point, 1755. Major in Col. 
Doty sRegt., 1758. 

Hall, FrankS., 188. 

Hall, George R., 188. 

GOFFE, EDWARD, 1658, Cambridge, 

Mass. Deputy, 1646-1650. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 
GOLD, MAJOR NATHAN. See Gould. 

GOLDTHWAIT, ADJUTANT JOSEPH, 1706- 

1780. Adjutant, i st Mass. Regt., 
1744. Expedition to Louisburg 
under Pepperrell. 
Freeman, James G., 186. 

GOOCH, JAMES. Soldier in French and 

Indian War, 1692. 
Gooch, Frank A., 223. 
Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 

GOOCH, MAJOR WILLIAM, - 1655. 
Member House of Burgesses for 
York Co., 1654, and of Royal 
Council of Virginia, 1655. 
Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 

GOODENOW, EDMUND, 1611-1676, Sud- 
bury, Mass. Captain, King Philip s 
War. 
Fuller, Henry Clay, 291. 

GOODHUE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM. Ensign, 
1683. Captain in Col. Appleton s 
Regt. Representative to the General 
Court nine years. One of commit 
tee to consider surrender of Charter 
to Andros. Tried, imprisoned and 
fined ,20 for so doing. 

GOODMAN, SERGEANT RICHARD, Hadley, 
Mass. Inspector of arms, 1664. 
Sergeant Hadley Militia, 1663. 
Killed by the Indians at Hocka- 
num, King Philip s War. 



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Day, Robert W., 55. 

Ives, Francis]., 77. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C., 301. 

GOODRICH, ENSIGN WILLIAM, 1676. 

Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign 
under Capt. Samuel Welles. 
Deputy, 1660-1666. 

Elliot, Daniel G., 59. 

Pond, Edward Watson, 99. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Goodrich, Wm., 141. 

Monfort, Delos A., 344. 

Monfort, Frederick D., 344. 
GOODRICH, WILLIAM, 1661 - 1737. 
Ensign, Provincial Forces, Conn., 
1701. 

Goodrich, Wm., 141. 
GOODRIDGE, CAPTAIN PHILIP. Captain, 
French and Indian War, 1755. 

Fessenden, Charles N., 290. 
GOODSPEED, JOHN, 1645, Barnstable, 
Mass. Soldier, King Philip s War. 
Narragansett grantee. 

Bowen, Edgar C., 339. 
GOODYEAR, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR STEPHEN, 
1658. Deputy-Governor 
New Haven Colony, 1655-1658. 
Commissioner for United Colonies, 
1643. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Longacre, James B., 146. 

Bell, Charles U., 178. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 

Robertson, Abram H., 229. 

Taylor, John M., 231. 

Wakeman, Robert P., 232. 

Ward, Brownlee R., 233. 

Smith, Robert A., 248. 
GOOKIN, MAJOR-GENERAL DANIEL, 1612- 
1687, Cambridge, Mass. Captain, 
1648. Deputy, General Court, 
1649-1651. Speaker, 1651. As 
sistant, 1652-1686. 1 68 1, Major- 
General of the Colony. 

Bowen, Clarence W., 42. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davies, William G., 53. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Luquer, Lea Mel., 85. 

Luquer, Thatcher T. P., 86. 

Ormsbee, Herman W., 94. 

Wood, Marshall W., 130. 



Bell, Charles U., 178. 

Pierce, Jacob W., 200. 

Salisbury, Edward E., 229. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 

Smith, Frank B., 247. 
GORDON, ALEXANDER, 1635-1697. Sol 
dier in Capt. Timothy Hall s Co., 
King William s War. In garrison 
at Exeter, N. H., 1696. 

Gordon, Edwin A., 187. 

Gordon, George A., 269. 
GORDON, THOMAS, 1678-1762, Exeter, 
N. H. Soldier in Capt. John Gil- 
man s Co., 1710, Queen Anne s 
War. 

Gordon, Geo. A., 269. 
GORDON, THOMAS, 1722. Mem 
ber of Council, Province of East 
Jersey. Deputy-Secretary, 1692. 
Attorney-General, 1692. Receiv 
er-General and Treasurer, 1710- 
1719, one of the Lords Proprietors. 

Hamersley, J. Hooker, 69. 
GORHAM (GORUM) CAPTAIN JOHN, 1621- 
1676, Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 
General Court, 1653. Lieutenant, 
1673. Captain, 2d Barnstable 
Co., under Major William Brad 
ford, Great Swamp Fight; died in 
service. 

Coghill, Howard, 50, 255. 

Kellogg, DanielS., 80. 

Lovell, Frank H., 85. 

Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

Macy, Chas. A., 2d, 86. 

Macy, Coggeshall, 86. 

Macy, Geo. H., 86. 

Macy, SylvanusJ., 86. 

Macy, SylvanusJ., Jr., 86. 

Norton, Edward L., 93. 

Danforth, Allen, 183. 

Dorr, Joseph, 184. 

Sprague, Frank W., 205. 

Ames, Louis A., 255. 

Chase, Clement, 332. 

Fletcher, Paris, 341. 

Pike, Charles E., 346. 

Baxter, Joseph N., 368. 

Gorham, Austin G., 370. 

Nightingale, George C., 405. 
GORHAM, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN, 
1652-1716. Served in the Great 
Swamp Fight in King Philip s 
War; Canadian Expedition, 1690, 
and second in command under 
Col. Church, 1703. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Norton, Edward L., 93. 
Strong, R. P., 167. 
Dorr, Joseph, 184. 
Sprague, Frank William, 205. 
Gorham, August G., 370. 
GORHAM, COLONEL JOHN, Yarmouth, 
Me. Lieutenant-Colonel and Cap 
tain of the 2d Co., 7th Mass. Regt., 
Col. Shubael Gorham, 1744. 
Louisburg Expedition, 1745. 
Macy, Charles A., 86. 
Macy, Coggeshall, 86. 
Macy, George H., 86. 
Whittemore, James M., 128. 
GORHAM, COLONEL SHUBAEL, 1686-1746. 
Colonel of the 7th Mass. Regt., 
and Captain of the ist Co. in 
Louisburg Expedition. 
Gorham, Austin G., 370. 

GORTON, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1699. 

Captain in the Rhode Island 
Militia. Deputy, 1686. 
Felton, S. M., 324. 

GORTON, SAMUEL, 1592-1677. Assis 
tant, 1649. Commissioner to the 
Narragansett Indians. Deputy, 
1652-1666, Rhode Island. 
Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
Townsend, James Hill, 120. 
Waterman, Lucius, 272. 

GOTT, CHARLES, 1668, Salem and 

Wenham, Mass. Deputy, 1635. 
Parsons, Charles S., 200. 
GOTT, LIEUTENANT CHARLES, JR., 1639- 
1708. Co. of Foot, Wenham, 
Mass., 1683. 
Parsons, Charles S. , 200. 
GOULD, JOHN, 1610-1690, Charlestown, 
Mass. Trooper in Capt. Wheeler s, 
also in Capt. Hutchinson s Co., 
King Philip s War. 
Gould, Levi S., 187. 
GOULD, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1635-1710, 
Topsfield, Mass. Served in Lieut. 
William Hasey s Three County 
Troop, King Philip s War. Ensign, 
1679. Lieutenant, 1684. Cap 
tain, 1693. 

Gould, Charles A., 64. 
Dorman, William B., 184. 
Gould, David H., 223. 
Doane, William H., 323. 

GOULD, MAJOR NATHAN, 1694. 

Assistant, i657- 62- 94. Major, 
1666. Member of Committee of 
Defence against Dutch, 1662. 



Representative to the first Colonial 
Congress in New-York, 1690. 
Major of Dragoons, 1675. 
Davenport, Timothy, 52. 
Jennings, Albert Gould, 78. 
Watson, Charles P., 126. 
Jennings, Arthur O., 226. 
Osborn, Henry F., 227. 
Walker, Williston, 232. 
Bladgen, Thomas, 240. 
Camp, Robert, 393. 
GOULD, LIEUTENANT - GOVERNOR NA 
THAN, 1663-1723. Chief Justice 
Supreme Court, 1712. Lieuten- 
ant-Governor of Conn. , 1 708- 1 723 . 
Jennings, Albert Gould, 78. 
GRAHAM COLONEL AUGUSTINE. Field 
Officer, Major of Militia, West- 
chester Co., 1700. Captain of 
Militia, north side of Staten Island. 
Chief Commander of all Staten 
Island Militia, 1705. Colonel, 
Richmond Co., 1715. 
Akerly, Samuel M., 33. 
GRAHAM, JABEZ. Soldier in King Philip s 

War. 

Coghill, Howard, 50. 
GRAHAM, COLONEL JAMES. Attorney- 
General, Province of New-York, 
1685- 1 687, and 1691-1701. Mem 
ber and Speaker, Provincial Assem 
bly, New-York. First Recorder of 
New- York, 1683-1700. 
Akerly, Samuel M., 33. 
Carnochan, G. M., 47. 
GRAHAM, REVEREND JOHN, SR., 1694- 
1774, Southbury, Conn. Chap 
lain, Crown Point Expedition, 
Col. Phineas Lyman, 1755. 
Thompson, Harry G., 231. 
GRAHAM, REVEREND JOHN, JR., 1722- 
1796, West Suffield, Conn. 
Chaplain, Havana Expedition, ist 
Conn. Regt., General Phineas 
Lyman, 1 762. Capture of Havana. 
Author of Graham s journal. 
[Pub. Soc. Colonial Wars, S. N. 
Y., 1896.] 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 
GRANGER, QUARTERMASTER - SERGEANT 
ABNER, 1 735, 1816. Quartermaster- 
Sergeant, ist Conn. Troops, 
1758. 

Remington, Cyrus K., 101. 
Smith, Edward B., 347. 
GRANGER, LAUNCELOT, 1633-1689, Suf- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



field, Conn. Went with the in 
habitants of Suffield to Westfield, 
Mass., and was severely wounded 
in the attack on that town, King 
Philip s War. 

Remington, Cyrus K., 101. 
GRANT, CAPTAIN NOAH, 1718-1756, of 
Grant s Hill, Conn. Lieutenant in 
Capt. Rodger s Scouts at Lake 
George, November, 1755. Cap 
tain, 7th Co., 2d Conn. Regt., 
1756. He distinguished himself 
so greatly in the campaign that 
the Assembly, in 1756, voted him 
" thirty Spanish milled dollars," at 
the same time giving Capt. 
Israel Putnam fifty such dollars. 
He was killed while out with a 
scouting party of Mohawks and 
Highlanders from Fort William 
Henry. 

Grant, Frederick Dent, 65. 

GRAVES, BENJAMIN, 1645 > Concord, 

Mass. Soldier in Capt. Wheeler s 
Co., Great Swamp Fight. 

Morris, Seymour, 296. 
GRAVES, ISAAC, 1620-1677, Hatfield, 
Mass. Killed by the Indians in 
the attack on Hatfield. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 

GRAVES, JOHN, 1677. Wethersfield, 

Conn., and Hatfield, Mass. Killed 
by the Indians in the attack on 
Hatfield, 1677. 

MacVeagh, Eames, 295. 

GRAY, EDWARD, 1681. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. Deputy for 
Plymouth, 1676-1679. 

Lawton, George P., 83. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Parker, Frederick W., 199. 
GRAY, JOHN, 1729-1813. Private in 
Capt. Robert Lothridge s Co. Col. 
Israel Williams Regt., relief of 
Fort William Henry, 1757. 

Shelton, George G., no. 

Shelton, William A., 1 10. 
GREEN, JUDGE HENRY, 1620- 1700, Hamp 
ton, N. H. Commissioner, 1689. 
Councillor, 1692-1697. 

Scales, John, 271. 

GREEN, LIEUTENANT HENRY, 1638-1717, 
Maiden, Mass. Deputy, 1689, 
et seq. Served in King Philip s 
War. 

Price, Alfred B., 100. 



Green, Charles M., 187. 
GREEN, CAPTAIN JACOB, 1654-1726, 
Hampton, N. H. Captain, 1699- 
1720; did valuable service under 
Major Winthrop Hilton in guard 
ing the frontiers. 

Scales, John, 271. 

GREEN, JOHN. Member of Lieut. Ed 
ward Oak s Troop, winter of 
1 675- 1 676. Corporal under Lieut. 
_ William Hasey, King Philip s War. 

Pierce, Frederick C., 298. 
GREEN, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1615-1701. 
Cambridge, Mass. Ensign in King 
Philip s War. Officer of Colonial 
Forces, 1660-1701. 

Butler, Henry P., 45. 
GREEN, TIMOTHY, 1735-1812. Captain 
in the 2d Battalion, Penn. Regt., 
under Col. Boquet, relief of Fort 
Pitt, 1 763 and 1 764. 

Rogers, Alfred H., 314. 
GREEN, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1696-1758. 
R. I. Governor of Rhode Island, 
1743-1758. 

Robeson, Andrew, 203. 
GREENBURY, COLONEL NICHOLAS, 
1697. Member of the Council of 
Sir Lionel Copley, First Royal 
Governor, 1692. President, 1694. 
Acting Governor of the Province 
of Maryland, 1693. Commissary. 
General of the Province, 1692. 
Chancellor and Keeper of the 
Great Seal, 1692-1694. Field Of 
ficer, Anne Arundel Co., 1694. 

Griffith, William R., 161. 

Hoffman, Richard C., 162. 

Poultney, W. DeC., 166. 

Vickers, Wm. H. C., 169. 

Tilton, Palmer, 207. 

Tilton, Warren C., 208. 

Welsh, Milton, 316. 

Welsh, Luther W., 316. 

Gooch, Daniel Linn, 354. 
GREENE, JAMES, 1626-1698. Commis 
sioner, 1660-1663, Rhode Island. 
Governor s Assistant, i66o- 6i- 
70- 7i. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 

Waterman, Lucius, 272. 
GREENE, JOHN, M.D., 1600-1658. Mem 
ber of Assembly, Rhode Island, 
1654-1657. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 
GREENE, DEPUTY-GOVERNORJOHN. Com- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



missioner to the General Court, 
1652 - 1663. Attorney - General, 
1657-1660. Assistant, 1660-1690. 
Colonial Agent to England, 1670. 
Member of Gov. Andros Council, 
1686. Deputy, 1 664- 1 680. "Major 
for the Main," 1696. Deputy- 
Governor, 1690-1700. Captain, 
1676. Major, 1683, Colony of 
Rhode Island. 

Green, George S., Jr., 65. 

Reynolds, James, 102. 

Page, S. Davis, 148. 

Rogers, James S., 150. 

Ingersoll, Colon M., 226. 

Parkhurst, Charles D., 228. 

Dyer, Horace E., 279. 

Beckwith, Warren L., 287. 

Felton, S. M., 324. 

Carpenter, Richard, 393. 

Nightingale, George C., 405. 
GREENE, THOMAS, SR., 1628-1717. As 
sistant, Colony of Rhode Island. 

Page, S. Davis, 148. 

Beckwith, Warren L., 287. 

Felton, Samuel M., 323. 
GREENE, LIEUTENANT THOMAS. French 
and Indian Wars. 

Greene, Jacob L., 224. 
GREENLEAF, LIEUTENANT EDMUND, 1600- 
1671, Newbury, Mass. Ensign, 
1639. Lieutenant, 1642. Cap 
tain, 1645. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davies, William G., 53. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Low, Wm. G., Jr., 85. 

Spofford, PaulN., 113. 

Wood, Marshall William, 130. 

Silvester, Rev. Wm. W., 151. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 

Amsden, Henry F., 176. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 

Bacon, Horace S., 177. 

Furness, Dawes E., 186. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

Greenleaf, Franklin L., 342. 

Little, Henry L., 344. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, Wm. A., 362. 
GREENLEAF, CAPTAIN STEPHEN, JR., 1652- 
1743, Newbury, Mass. Com 
manded his company in battle 
with French and Indians, Wells, 
Me., 1690. 



Day, Robert W., 54. 

Wood, Marshall William, 130. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 

Amsden, Henry F., 176. 

Appleton, Nathan, 177. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 

Furness, Dawes E., 186. 
GREENLEAF, CAPTAIN STEPHEN, 1630- 
1690. Drowned during Expedi 
tion against Port Royal, 1690. 
Ensign, 1670. Lieutenant, 1685. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Wood, Marshall William, 130. 

Silvester, Wm. W., 151. 

Amsden, Franklin D., 176. 

Amsden, Henry F., 177. 

Furness, Dawes E 186. 

Wills, Henry LeB., 374. 
GREENWOOD, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1696- 
1 774, Newtown, Mass. Captain 
of Militia. Deputy, 1743-1756. 

Jackson, Henry S., 269. 
GREGG, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1678-1735. 
Commanded the first company of 
soldiers raised in Londonderry, 
1719, during War with the Eastern 
Indians, Province of New Hamp 
shire. Member of Assembly, 1 736. 

Gregg, Levi Laertes, 66. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 
GREGG, JAMES, 1725-1819. Served 
under Capt. James Goffe and Capt. 
John Gregg, Indian War and Can 
adian Expedition, 1746. 

Gregg, Levi Laertes, 66. 
GREGG, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1702-1789. 
Commanded a company of Scouts 
from Londonderry, N. H., on the 
Frontiers, 1746. 

Gregg, Levi Laertes, 66. 
GREGG, MAJOR SAMUEL, 1738-1808. 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger s Co. of 
Rangers, French and Indian War, 
1758. Was in Cape Breton Ex 
pedition and at storming of the 
French works at Gabarus Bay. 

Gregg, Norris B., 312. 

Gregg, William H., 312. 

Gregg, William H., Jr., 312. 
GREGORY, THOMAS. Served in Conn. 
Forces, King Philip s War. 

Gregory, Clifford D., 66. 
GREGSON, THOMAS, New Haven, Conn. 
Assistant; First Treasurer, First 
Commissioner for the United Col 
onies, 1643-1646. Commissioner 



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to Parliament, 1646. Lost in the 
Phantom Ship. 

Tomlinson, Jno. C., 120. 

Ward, Brownlee R., 233. 

Ward, Charles Samuel, 233. 

Plant, Henry B., 270. 

Plant, Morton F., 271. 

GRIDLEY, RICHARD, 1674. Captain 

Mass. Militia. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

GRIDLEY, THOMAS, Windsor, Conn. 
One of thirty soldiers in the Pe- 
quot War. 

Gridley, Horace W., 66. 

Stafford, William F., 114. 

Throop, George Enos, 119. 

Gridley, Nelson Cowles, 292. 

Preston, Deming H., 298. 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN, Windsor,Conn. Deputy, 
1670. Temporary Commander, at 
Simsbury, 1673. Sergeant, 1675. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Preston, Deming H., 298. 
GRIFFITH, HENRY, 1720-1794. Seven 
times member of Assembly, Prov 
ince of Maryland. 

Welsh, Luther W., 316. 

Gooch, Daniel L., 354. 
GRIM, DAVID, 1738-1826. Of the pri 
vateers King of Prussia and Gen 
eral Wolfe, 1 757-1 758. In an en 
gagement in which an enemy s 
ship was blown up, a package 
of papers with valuable informa 
tion fell on the deck of the Gen 
eral Wolfe. 

Schermerhorn, Charles A., 106. 
GRINNELL, SERGEANT GEORGE. Sergeant, 
1750. 

Grinnell, William Milne, 67. 
GRISWOLD, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 2d, 
1729-1817. First Lieutenant in 
Capt. Hards Co., Col. David 
Wooster s Regt., Crown Point 
Expedition, 1756, and in 1761. 

Tefft, Frank G., 117. 
GRISWOLD, LIEUTENANT EBENEZER, 1702- 
1 779. Second Lieutenant of the 
ist Co., 3d Conn. Regt., 1755, 
Crown Point Expedition. 

Griswold, Benj. H., 161. 
GRISWOLD, EDWARD. Built "Old Fort" 
Springfield. Deputy, Windsor 
and Killingworth, Conn. 

Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 



Lloyd, John U., 325. 
GRISWOLD, CAPTAIN JACOB, 1690-1772. 
Ensign, 1729. Lieutenant, 1729. 
Captain, 1733, 13th Conn. Regt. 
Deputy, 1742. Captured by the 
Indians, Father Ralle s War, 1722. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 
GRISWOLD, LIEUTENANT MATTHEW, 1620- 
1698, Lyme and Windsor, Conn. 
Lieutenant. Deputy, 1 654- 67 - 
68- 8 5 . 

Sill, John Targee, 1 1 1 . 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 

Otis, Philo A., 297. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 

Cheseborough, George L., 340. 

Noyes, Charles P., 345. 
GRISWOLD, GOVERNOR MATTHEW, 1714- 
1 789, Lyme, Conn. Captain, 1 739. 
Major, 3d Conn. Regt., 1766. 
Representative, 1751. Member of 
Council, 1759-1765. Chief Jus 
tice, 1766-1769. Deputy (Lieu 
tenant) Governor, 1771-1784. 

Thompson, F. Diodati, 119. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 
GRISWOLD, SHUBAEL, 1724-1807. En 
sign, 1758, loth Co., ist Conn., 
Regt., for the invasion of Canada. 
2d Lieutenant, 1759; ist Lieu 
tenant, 4th Co., 1760. 

Gillett, Rufus W., 64, 389. 

Lathrop, Kirk, 82, 390. 
GROESBECK, DAVID, 1692-1763. Mem 
ber Capt. Rooseboom s Co., Al 
bany, 1715. 

Pruyn, John Van S. L., 100. 
GROVER, JAMES, Gravesend, L. L, 1648. 
Manmouth Patentee, 1665. Dep 
uty to treat with the Admirals 
and Commanders of the Fleet be 
longing to the States General and 
the Prince of Orange, 1673. Gen 
eral Assembly, 1670. Lieutenant, 
1683. Court of Sessions at 
Shrewsbury, 1676. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 

GROVES, PHILIP, 1675, Stratford, 

Conn. Deputy, 1642, et seq. 
Governor s Assistant, 1654-55-56. 

Foote, John C., 311. 
GRUBB, JOHN, 1648-1708. Member of 
Council, Province of Delaware 
and of Assembly, Province of New 
Jersey, 1692-1698. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gilpin, George, 141. 
Grubb, E. Burd, 141, 256. 
Grubb, Ignatius C., 401. 
GUILD, JOHN, 1682, Dedham, 

Mass. Served under Major Apple- 
ton, King Philip s War. 
Guild, Chester, 187. 
Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
Underwood, Herbert, 394. 
GUILD, ENSIGN NATHANIEL, 1678-1774. 

Ensign, Capt. Eben Woodward s 

Co., 1736. 
Guild, Chester, 187. 
Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
GUILD, SAMUEL, 1647-1730, Dedham, 

Mass. Private. Capt. Samuel 

Moseley s Co., King Philip s War. 
Guild, Chester, 187. 
Guild, Curtis, Jr., 187. 
Morse, Samuel W v 371. 
GUILE, EPHRAIM, 1 662 . Soldier in the 

Haverhill Co., North Essex Regt. 

Lieutenant under Col. Saltonstall, 

1709-1710. 

Tucker, William F., 348. 
GUILFORD, PAUL, Hingham, Mass. 

Soldier in King Philip War. 
Guilford, Nathan, 67. 
GUNN, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1670-1749. 

Captain, Milford, Conn. 
Smith, Frank B., 247. 
GURLEY, SAMUEL. 10 Co., 5th Conn. 

Regt., 1766. Representative, 

1766-1767. 

Love, Wm. DeL., 227. 
GYLES, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1678-1755. 

Lieutenant, French and Indian 

War, 1700-6. Captain, 1706-37. 
Jackson, Oswald, 77. 
Stone, Jacob, 347. 

HACK, WILLIAM. Soldier in Phips 

Expedition, 1690. 
Robinson, Daniel W., 281. 
HADLOCK, JAMES. Served under Capt. 

Holbrook, King Philip s War. 
Hammond, Lyman D., 293. 
HAIGHT, CAPTAIN JONATHAN. Captain 
in the 44th New- York Regt. in 
1760. Served in Havana Cam 
paign and was promoted Major 
after the taking Morro Castle in 
1762. 

Scott, John F., 107. 
Scott, William S., 107. 



HALE, CAPTAIN EZEKIEL, 1725-1789, 
Newbury and Dracut, Mass. 
Served in Col. Ephraim Williams 
Regt., Expedition to Albany. 
1 755-1 756. Lieutenant in 6th 
Co. Foot, 1761. 

Reade, Philip, 201, 
HALE, REVEREND JOHN, 1636-1700, 
Beverly, Mass. Chaplain on board 
Six Friends, Phips Expedition, 
1690. 

Hale, Arthur, 141. 

Smith, Harvey C., 204. 

Swain, William C., 394. 
HALE, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1671-1761, 
Boxford, Mass. Ensign, 1714. 
Lieutenant, 1720. Captain, 1728. 
Deputy, 1714, et seq. 

Dorman, W. B., 184. 
HALE, ROBERT, - - 1659. Ensign, 
Charleston Train Band, Mass. 
1658. 

Hale, Arthur, 141. 

HALE, SAMUEL, 1610-1693. Soldier in 
Pequot War. Deputy, General 
Court of Conn., 1656-1659. 

Hale, Charles R., 312. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 
HALE, SERGEANT THOMAS, 1633-1688, 
Newbury, Mass. Sergeant of Mil 
itia, 1652-1657. 

Reade, Captain Philip, 201, 299. 

Cutler, Edw. H., 341. 
HALE, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1659-1730, 
Newbury, Mass. Served in Phips 
Expedition to Canada, 1690. Capt. 
under Major John March, Expedi 
tion to the Eastward, 1697. M1 
service again, 1 698^99, 1703-^05. 

HaleJosiahL., 188. 

Reade, Philip, 201, 299. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 
HALL, CAPTAIN ASAHEL, 1717-1795. 
Ensign, 2d Co., Wallingford, 
Conn., 1757. Captain, 1764, 
French and Indian War. 

Wodell, Silas, 130. 

HALL, BENJAMIN, 1650-1730. Gover 
nor s Assistant, Rhode Island, 1 70 1 - 
1702. Deputy, 1699, et seq. 

Lawton, George P., 83. 
HALL, LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN, 1712-1795. 
Methuen, Mass. Served in Capt. 
Daniel Bodwell s Co., Crown 
Point Expedition, 1755. Lieuten 
ant, Essex Militia, 1762. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hale, Bordman, 188. 

HALL, EDWARD, 1670. Duxbury, 

Mass. Served in the Narragansett 
Expedition, 1654. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Hill, Henry B., 343. 
Whipple, Charles H., 349. 
Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
HALL, JOHN, 1606-1676. Served in the 

Pequot War. 
Culver, Charles M., 52. 
HALL, JOHN, Barnstable, Mass. Mem 
ber Military Co., 1643. 
Hall, Lemuel R., 292. 
HALL, JOHN, 1660-1720. Soldier in 

King Philip s War. 
Hall, Dudley, 68. 
HALL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1690-1746. Med- 

ford, Mass. Captain of Militia. 
Hall, George F., 188. 
HALL, ENSIGN JOHN, 1735-1812, Wrent- 
ham, Mass. Member of Capt. 
Samuel Day s Co., Col. Miller s 
Regt., 1757. Ensign, Capt. Samuel 
Cowell s Co., 3d Suffolk Regt., 
Col. Nathaniel Hatch, 1771. 
Hill, William S., 72. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Hill, Henry B., 343. 
Whipple, Charles H., 350. 
Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
HALL, JOHN, 1701-1774, Baltimore Co., 
Md. Colonel of Co. Militia, 1757. 
Hall, William C., 243. 
HALL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1658-1737, Cran 
berry Hall. Member of the Coun 
cil, Upper House of Maryland, 
1709-1737. Delegate to Lower 
House from Baltimore Co., 1699, 
et seq. High Sheriff, 1692. Presi 
dent of the Council. One of five 
Captains of the county, 1694. 
Smith, Charles E., 347. 
HALL, REVEREND JOSEPH, 1594-1665, 
Barnstable. Deputy from Hing- 
ham, 1638-1639. 
Hull, James W., 192. 
HALL, RICHARD, 1691. Lieutenant in 
John Capen s Co. of Foot, Dor 
chester, Mass., 1683. 
Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 
Capen, Walter N., 219. 
HALL, SAMUEL. Served under Capt. 

Seely, Narragansett Fort Fight. 
Ives, Marvin A., 293. 
HALL, TIMOTHY, 1732-1784. Served 



under Capt. Nathaniel Wolcott, 
Mass. Troops, relief of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. 

Hall, Charles L., 360. 

Hall, George E., 361. 
HALL,WILLIAM, 1 616-17 14, Salem, N - J- 
Representative to the Assembly of 
West Jersey, 1697-1701. Justice, 
Court of Common Pleas, 1699. 
Royal Councillor, Province, 1708- 
1713. 

Denis, Augustus H., 55. 

Denis, George Jules, 360. 
HALLETT, ANDREW, SR. Member of 
Lieut. Wm. Palmer s Co. at Yar 
mouth, Mass., 1643. 

Tucker, William R., 301. 

HALLETT, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1729. 

Captain of Foot Co., Newtown, 

Rankin, Egbert G., 101. 
HALSEY, THOMAS, 1592-1681. Served 
in Indian Wars. Deputy from 
Southampton to General Court, 
Colony of Conn., 1664. 

Halsey, Harlan P., 68. 

Halsey, Henry A., 69. 

Halsey, William A., 256. 

Halsey, Edward T., 354. 

Halsey, Wm. Lafon, 354. 
HAM, COENRAEDT, 1638-1690. Soldier 
in company, Capt. Dirck Schmidt, 
1660. 

Poucher, John Wilson, 100. 
HAMERSLEY, WILLIAM, 1687-1752. Offi 
cer, British Navy, stationed at 
New-York, 1716. Served in H. 
M. S. Valeur, American station, 
1714-1716. Commissioned loth 
March, 1700. 

Hamersley, J. Hooker, 69. 

Hamersley, William, 224. 
HAMILTON, EZRA, 1733-1810. Private 
in Capt. Jabez Upham sCo., 1759. 

Hamilton, Charles Wm., 332. 

Hamilton, Frank T., 332. 
HAMILTON, ENSIGN NATHAN, Brookfield. 
Private in Capt. Dalrymple s Pet 
ersham Co., 1756, and in Capt. 
E. Bemis Spencer Co., 1757; Ser 
geant in Capt. Upham s, 1750. 
Private in Capt. Paige s Hardwick 
Co., Crown Point Expedition, 1 769, 
and in Capt. McFarland s Co., 
1761-1763. 

Hamilton, Chas. Wm., 332. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hamilton, Frank T., 332. 
HAMMOND, COLONEL JOHN, 1637-1707. 
Colonel of Forces of Anne Arun- 
delCo., Maryland, 1699. Mem 
ber of the House of Burgesses, 
1692. Major-General of the West 
ern Shore. Member of Council, 
and Judge, High Court of Admir 
alty. 

Slocum, Herbert J., in. 

Coleman, Wm. Wheeler, 160. 

Hoffman, Richard C., 162. 

Vicker, Wm. H. C., 169. 

Welsh, Luther W., 316. 

Gooch, Daniel L., 354. 
HAMMOND, SERGEANT EBENEZER, Charl- 
ton, Mass. Sergeant of Col. John 
Chandler s Regt., French and In 
dian War, relief of Fort William 
Henry, under Capt. Joshua Meriam. 
Lieutenant, ist Regt., Worcester 
Co., 1763, in Capt. Paul Whee- 
lock s Co. 

Hammond, Lyman Dresser, 292. 
HAMMOND, SAMUEL, 1757-1842. Vol 
unteer under Gen. Andrew Lewis, 
Dunmore s Expedition against the 
Western Indians at the battle of 
Point Pleasant, 1 774. 

Washington, H. Vernon, 386. 

HANCE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1709, Cal- 

vert Co., Md. Captain, 1697. 
Justice for Calvert Co., 1689-1695. 

MacKenzie, George N., 164. 
HANCOCK, SOLOMON, 1757, Cam 
bridge, Mass. Gunner under 
Richard Gridley, Chief Engineer 
and Commander Train of Artillery, 

1757- 
Leland, Lester, 194. 

HANSON, COLONEL HANS, 1646-1703. 
Delegate from Kent Co. to the 
lower house of Assembly, Mary 
land, 1694-1697, and also from 
Cecil Co. 

Jenkins, Austin L., 162. 
Jenkins, S. L., 163. 

HANSON, JOHN, 1715-1783. Member 
House of Delegates, Maryland, 
1757-1779. Represented Frederick 
Co. in Provincial Convention, 1 774. 
Representative to carry into exe 
cution the association agreed on 
by American Continental Con 
gress, 1774. Delegate, General 
Congress. 



Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 
Thomas, Douglas H., Jr., 168. 
HANSON, SAMUEL, 1665-1740. Dele 
gate to Maryland Legislature, 1716- 
1728. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 168. 
HAPGOOD, SHADRACH, 1 644- 1 675 . Mem 
ber of Capt. Edward Hutchinson s 
Co., on expedition to Brookfield, 
Mass., to treat with the Nip- 
muck Indians and slain by 
them. 

Upham, Henry P., 348. 
HARKNESS, WILLIAM, 1739-1822. En 
sign, Penn. Militia, 1759. 
Lamberton, James McC, 144. 

HARLOW, SAMUEL, 1652 , Sergeant 

in Commander James Warren s 
Plymouth South Co., 1699. 
Butters, George, 288. 
HARMON, JOHN, Scarborough, Me. 

Soldier in King Philip s War. 
Bodge, George M., 179. 
Harmon, Ralph G., 188. 
HARRIMAN, REVEREND JOHN, 1647-1705. 
Deputy to the New Jersey Assem 
bly, 1693, et seq. Speaker, 1694, 
et seq. 

Myers, Theodore B., 344. 
HARRINGTON, JOHN, 1651-1741. Served 
under Capt. Beers, King Philip s 
War. Was in fight at Northfield 
when Capt. Beers was killed, 
where he was twice wounded. 
Gerry, Alston, 64. 

HARRIS, GIDEON, 1714-1782. Deputy, 
General Court, Rhode Island, 1 756- 
1768. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
HARRIS, ENSIGN THOMAS. Ensign, Conn. 

Colonial Forces. 
Ives, Marvin A., 293. 
HARRIS, THOMAS, 2d, 1711. Dep 
uty, General Court, Rhode Island, 
1671, et seq. 
Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
HARRIS, THOMAS, 3d, 1665-1741. Dep 
uty, General Court, Rhode Island, 
1718. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 
HARRIS, THOMAS, SR. One of the 
signers of the compact, Providence 
Plantations, 1637. Commissioner 
for Providence, \6^2,etseq. Lieu 
tenant, 1654. Deputy for Provi 
dence, 1664, et seq. Governor s 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Assistant, 1666. Named in Royal 
Charter, 1663. 

Hord, Arnold H., 244. 

Waterman, Lucius, 272. 

White, Hunter C., 407. 
HARRIS, WILLIAM. Soldier, King Philip s 
War. Assistant, 1666-1676. Com 
missioner, 1660-1663. Deputy, 
1665-1673. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 

HARRIS, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1678. 

Major of the Charles City and Hen- 
rico Co. Regt., 1656. Mem 
ber House of Burgesses, 1652, 
et seq. Dominion of Virginia. 

Deen, William M., 55, 255. 

Patteson, Herbert L., 96. 

Patteson, Malcolm D., 96. 

Patteson, Thomas A., Jr., 96. 
HARRISON, BENJAMIN, 1698. Mem 
ber of the Council of Virginia. 
Burgess, 1680-1682. 

Gill, W. Harrison, 161. 
HARRISON, JAMES, 1626-1687, Buck Co., 
Pa. Member of the First Council 
calledby William Penn, 1682- 1683. 

Lewis, William F., 146. 

Middleton, Harvey, 164. 
HARRISON, COLONEL NATHANIEL, 1677- 
1727. Member of the Council of 
Virginia, 1713. Burgess, 1706. 
County Lieutenant of Surry and 
Prince Georges, 1715. 

Gill, William Harrison, 161. 
HART, LIEUTENANT HAWKINS, 1 677- 1 735. 
Lieutenant, Wallingford Co., 1 720- 
1730. 

Hart, George W., 70. 
HART, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1717-1766. 
Lieutenant, Wars of the Austrian 
Succession, 1741-1748. 

Adams, Francis P., 136. 

Adams, Robert, Jr., 136. 

Hart, Byerly, 142. 

HART, CAPTAIN JOHN, 2d, 1655-1714, 
New Haven, Conn. Captain, 1707, 
defence of the frontier. Served 
with his company in Hampshire, 
1707-1708. 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 
HART, STEPHEN, 1606-1683, Cam 
bridge and Farmington, Conn. 
Served under Mason, Pequot War. 
Deputy, 1647, ^t seq. 

Collins, H. O., 50, 359. 

Hart, George Wm., 70. 



Williams, Norman A 129. 

Wead, Leslie C., 209. 

Hart, Samuel, 224. 

Chittenden, Edward S., 340. 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 
HART, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1644-1726, 
Farmington, Conn. Ensign, 1678. 
Lieutenant, 1693. Captain, 1695. 
Deputy, 1 690- 1711. Speaker, 
1700-1706. 

Hart, George Wm., 70. 

Hart, Henry G., 70. 

Wead, Leslie C., 209. 

Hart, Samuel, 224. 

Jarvis, Samuel F., 226. 

Preston, Deming H., 299. 

HARTSHORNE, RICHARD, 1641 . A 

proprietor of East Jersey, 1682. 
Deputy in Gov. Lawrie s Council, 
1684. Member of the Assembly 
from Middletown, 1685. Speaker, 
1687-1698. Member of Gov. 
Basse s Council from 1698 to the 
surrender of the Government to 
the Crown. 

Hatfield, William H., 71. 

Large, James, 144. 

Meeker, Richard C., 164. 

Smith, Thos. M., 166. 

Tyson, Anthony M., 169. 

Tyson, Matthew S., 169. 

HARVEY, WILLIAM, , Taunton, 

Plymouth Colony. Deputy, 1666- 
1667. 

Seaver, James E., 204. 
HASBROUCK, JACOB, 1688-1761. Private 
in Capt. Johannis Ten Broeck s 
Troop, Ulster Co., 1738. 

Innes, Hasbrouck, 77. 
HASKINS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1729-1814. 
Of Col. John Erving s Boston 
Regt., Colonial Troops. 

Haskins, Chas. Waldo, 70. 
HASTINGS, JOHN, of Watertown, Mass., 

1653 . Member of Capt. 

Nathaniel Davenport s Co., King 
Philip s War. 

Vandercook, Jno. D., 302. 
HASTINGS, THOMAS, 1685, Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy to the Gen 
eral Court, 1673. 

Endicott, Eugene F., 185. 

Harrington, Charles, 188. 
HASTINGS, DR. THOMAS, 1652-1712, 
Hatfield, Mass. Soldier under 
Capt. Richard Beers, King Philip s 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



War, and Major Samuel Appleton. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 

HATCH, JONATHAN, 1625 . Served 

under Capt. Myles Standish, 1645, 
against the Narragansetts. 

Wheeler, Edward J., 128. 
HATHORNE, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1607-1681, 
Salem, Mass. First Speaker of 
the House of Deputies, 1644. 
Governor s Assistant, 1662-1679. 
Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, 1643. Captain, Major, 
1656. 

Brown, Jno. B., 44. 

Low, Wm. G.,Jr., 85. 

Skinner, Wm. C, 230. 

Todd, William C., 272. 

Castle, Alfred H., 288. 

Dana, Chas. D., 288. 
HAWES, DANIEL, 1652-1739, Dedham, 
Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War; Great Swamp Fight, under 
Major Samuel Appleton. 

Hawes, Gilbert R., 71. 

Meday, Henry Hawes, 88, 390. 
HAWES, DANIEL, JR., 1684-1763. An 
officer in the Colonial Forces of 
Mass., French and Indian War, 

757- 759- 

Hawes, Gilbert R., 71. 
HAWES, JOSEPH, 1728-1818. Lieuten 
ant Mass. Militia, French and In 
dian War, 1755-1759. 

Hawes, Gilbert R., 71. 

HAWKINS, ANTHONY, 1674, Farm- 

ington, Conn. Deputy, Gover 
nor s Assistant, 1668-1670. Pat 
entee in the Royal Charter, 1662. 

Judd, Orrin R., 79. 

Wead, Leslie C., 209. 

Hart, Samuel, 224. 

Jarvis, Samuel F., 226. 

Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 

HAWKINS, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1648, 

Boston Deputy, 1639. Captain, 
A. & H. A. Co., 1644. 

Parker, Montgomery D., 199. 
HAWKS, ELIZEUR, Hadley, Mass. In 
Capt. William Turner s Co. at the 
Falls Fight, King Philip s War. 

Hawks, William I., 333. 
HAWKS, SERGEANT JOHN, Deerfield, 
Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War; wounded in " Falls Fight "; 
went to the aid of Hatfield, 1676, 
and under Capt. Thos. Watts, 



1697. in pursuit of Indians at 
Hatf.eld. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Bates, William O., 339. 
HAWKS, NATHANIEL. In Father Ralle s 
War, under Capt. Joseph Kellogg. 

Hawks, William I., 333. 
HAWLEY, JOSEPH, 1603-1690. Deputy, 
General Court of Conn., eleven 
terms, 1665-1687. 

Lloyd, John U., 325. 

Hawley, Walter A., 361. 
HAWLEY, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1654-1711. 
Captain of Foot (snow-shoe men) 
from Northampton, Mass., 1708- 
1709. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 
HAWLEY, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1675-1752. 
Conn. Colonial Militia. 

Stafford, William F., 114. 

Throop, George E., 119. 
HAWLEY, STEPHEN, 1695-1790, New- 
town, Conn. Member of Capt. 
John Lover s Co., 1748. 

Gunsaulus, Frank W., 292. 
HAWLEY, THOMAS. Capt. Crowell s 
Co. Dragoons. Killed in the 
Sudbury Fight, 1676. 

Noyes, Charles P., 345. 
HAYDEN, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 1703- 
1790. Cornet of Troop, ist Conn. 
Regt., 1753. Lieutenant, 1759. 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 
HAYDEN, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 1640- 
1712, Windsor, Conn. Co. of 
Foot, 1692, and Troop, 1698. 
Deputy, 1695-1698. 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 
HAYDEN, WILLIAM, 1600-1669, Wind 
sor, Conn. Deputy, 1667. Soldier 
in Pequot War. Received special 
mention in official report of Major 
John Mason, for saving his life by 
his gallantry at the Mystic Fort. 
Served in Major Mason s Troop, 
1657-1658, the first Troop of 
Horse in the Colony. 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 

Hayden, Wm. M., 161. 

HAYES, DANIEL, 1686-1756, Windsor, 

Conn. Soldier in Queen Anne s 

War. Taken prisoner and carried 

to Canada; in captivity five years. 

White, William C., 350. 
HAYNES, GOVERNOR JOHN, 1594-1654, 
Hartford, Conn. Governor, Mass. 



481 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Bay Colony, 1635. First Gov 
ernor of Conn. Colony. President 
First General Court, 1637. Held 
the office of Governor in every 
alternate year until his death. 
Commissioner of United Colonies, 
1 650. Colonel of regiment raised 
against the Indians, 1636. 

Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 

Betts, Frederick H., 40. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 

Darling, Chas. Wm., 52. 

Grinnell, George B., 67. 

Grinnell, William M., 67. 

Stokes, Anson Phelps, 115. 

Terry, George D., 117. 

Walbridge, Thos. C, 125, 152. 

Day, John C., 221. 

Huntington, Frederick J., 225. 

Ward, Brownlee R., 232. 

Ward, Chas. Samuel, 233. 

Clark, A. Howard, 241. 

Hubbard, Gardiner G., 244. 

Edwards, Charles L., 323. 

Edwards, Edward J., 341. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 
HAYNES,JOHN, 1621-1692. Commander 
of a garrison house at Sudbury, 
Mass. Served in Phips Expedi 
tion, 1690. Representative, 1668. 

Messinger, William D., 296. 
HAYWARD, THOMAS, 1681, Dux- 
bury, Mass. Member of Capt. 
Myles Standish s Co. 

Cutler, Edward H., 340. 
HAZARD, ROBERT, 1635-1710. Military 
Commissioner for Portsmouth, 
R. I., in command of Boat Patrol. 
Recruiting master, Ordinance Offi 
cer, King Philip s War. Deputy, 
1664-1665. 

Lawton, George P., 83. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Hazard, Rowland, 405. 

Pell, Howland, 406. 
HAZEN, THOMAS, 1657-1735, Boxford, 
Mass. Soldier in Major Samuel 
Appleton s Co. , Narragansett Cam 
paign, 1675-1676. At the Great 
Swamp Fight. 

Moseley, John G., 197. 
HEALY, CAPTAIN JOSHUA, 1702-1762, 
Dudley, Mass. Captain of a Co., 
relief of Fort William Henry, 1 757. 

Healey, David A., 189. 



HEALY, NATHANIEL, 1659-1734, Water- 
town, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War, in Capt. Joseph Sill s 
Co. Served also under Capt. Na 
thaniel Davenport, Great Swamp 
Fight, and later under Capt. Hugh 
Mason. 

Healey, David A., 189. 
HEARD, CAPTAIN TRISTRAM, 1667- 
1 735. Lieutenant, New Hampshire 
Militia, 1725. Captain in com 
mand of " Heard s Garrison," at 
Dover. Killed by the Indians. 

Tappan, Charles L., 272. 
HEATH, ISAAC, 1585-1661. Deputy to 
General Court of Mass. 1636- 
1638. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

HEATLY, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1720-1789. 
South Carolina Provincial Militia. 

Dules, Andrew C., 140. 
HEATON, JAMES, 1633-1712. Sergeant 
and Ensign, New Haven Militia. 
Representative, 1696-1697. 

Mann, Matthew D., 87. 
HEERMAN, COLONEL AUGUSTIN, 1605- 
1686. First Lord of Bohemia 
Manor. One of the " Nine Men " 
of New Amsterdam, 1647, et seq. 
Ambassador to Rhode Island, 
1652 ; Ambassador to Virginia, and 
to Maryland, 1659. Member of 
the Council, Province of Maryland. 
Colonel of Militia. Commissioner 
to treat with Indians, 1678. 

Brice, Philip H., 137. 

Spencer, John T., 151. 
HEMENWAY, JOSHUA, 1668-1754, Fram- 
ingham, Mass. Deputy, 1712- 
1 71 7. 

Heminway, FredT., 189. 

HENCHMAN, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1685. 

Captain A. & H. A. Co. Captain 
of a Co. of Foot from Boston, King 
Philip s War. 

Davis, N. Henchman, 322. 
HENRY, JOHN. Presiding Magistrate of 
Hanover Co., Virginia, and Colonel 
of Militia. Father of Patrick 
Henry. 

Rose, Hiram H., 299. 

Rose, Landon C., 299. 
HENRY, PATRICK, 1736-1799. Member 
House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1 765- 
1783. Member First Continental 
Congress and first Governor. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Thorpe, Andrew R.,363. 
Thorpe, Spencer R., 363. 
HENRY, SAMUEL, 1734-1790, ofHadley, 
Mass. Private in Capt. Moses 
Porter s Co., 1756. 
Henry, John Francis, 7 1 . 
Henry, William Barrett, 71. 
HENSHAW, JOSHUA, 1643-1701. Served 
in King Philip s War under Capt. 
Thomas Brattle. 
Huntington, Charles R., 76. 
HENSHAW, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1735- 
1820. Served at Fort Edward and 
Crown Point. 
Bacon, Gorham, 35. 
HERKIMER, CAPTAIN HANYOOST. Served 
during French and Indian Wars. 
In command of Fort Herkimer, 
1758. 

Shoemaker, Michael M., 327. 
Shoemaker, Robert H., 327. 
HERPIN, COLONEL JOHN, JR. Colonel, 
Conn. Troops, Expedition to Can 
ada, organized 1746. 
Eaton, Theo. H., 255, 389. 
HERRICK, HENRY, 1688-1755. Served 
in French and Indian War of 1745. 
Brown, Dudley P., 240. 
HERRICK, HENRY, 1716-1780, Beverly, 
Mass. Representative for twenty- 
four years, General Court. 
Brown, Dudley P., 240. 
HERRICK, CORPORAL JOSEPH, 1645-1717, 
Salem Village, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. Great Swamp 
Fight. Corporal, 1692. 
Newhall, James S., 197. 
HERRICK, JOSEPH, 1666-1726, Beverly, 
Mass. Captain, earlier French War, 
Troop of Mounted Rangers. 
Brown, Dudley P., 240. 
HERRMAN v. HEERMAN. 
HERSEY, WILLIAM, 1600-1657, Hing- 
ham, Mass. Member of Militia, 
1644-1645. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
HERTER, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1730-1822. 
Served in French and Indian Wars. 
Made captive by Indians and car 
ried to Canada, 1757. 
Myers, Philip Van Ness, 326. 
Shoemaker, Frederick B., 327. 
Shoemaker, Michael M., 327. 
Shoemaker, Robert H., 328. 
Myer, Walter F., 344. 
HETH, WILLIAM, 1750-1807. Lieuten 



ant in Capt. Morgan s Co. against 
the Indians, 1774. Known as 
Dunmore s War. 

Lorton, Heth, 85. 

HEWIT, SERGEANT REUBEN, 1738-1808. 
2d Sergeant, 5th Co., 4th Conn. 
Regt. Invasion of Canada, 1760. 

Kelly, James Henry, 80. 
HEYWARD, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1 700- 
1738. Captain in Provincial Ser 
vice ; commanded at Fort Johnson. 

McAllister, Hey ward H., 87. 
HICKOX, SAMUEL, 1695, Water- 
bury, Conn. Sergeant, 1686- 
1695. Died at his post in dis 
charge of his military duties. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 
HICKOX, SERGEANT SAMUEL, Waterbury, 
Conn. Sergeant in the Militia. 

Morris, Seymour, 296. 
HICKS, COLONEL ISAAC, 1678-1749. In 
service at Schenectady, N. Y., and 
on the Frontier, 1 746- 1 747. Mem 
ber of Assembly, 1716-1738. 
County Judge, 1738. 

Hicks, Benjamin D., 71. 
HICKS, JOHN. Deputy to the General 
Assembly, Hempstead, L. I., 1665. 

Williamson, G. De Witt, 130. 
HICKS, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1640-1741. 
Served under his father, Captain 
John Hicks, at the Indian Fight at 
Fort Neck, 1653. Captain of 
Militia at Hempstead. Judge of 
Common Pleas. 

Bleecker, Anthony J., 41. 

Hicks, Benjamin D., 71. 

Hicks, Frederick C., 72. 

Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 
HICKS, ZACHARIAH, Chelmsford and 
Dracut, Mass. Private in Capt. 
Joseph Sill s Co., 1676. 

Pierce, Frederick C., 231. 
HIGGINSON, REVEREND JOHN, 1616-1708, 
Salem, Mass. Served Indian Ex 
pedition, 1636, and in the same 
year took part in the Expedition 
from Salem against the Block Island 
and Pequot Indians. Chaplain at 
attack on Fort Saybrook under 
Lyon Gardiner, 1680. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 
HIGGINSON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN, 
1646-1719, Salem, Mass. En 
sign of the First Co., Lieut. Joseph 
Gardner, . Deputy, 1689. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Member of Council, 1710-1718. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 
HILDRETH, SERGEANT EPHRAIM, 1680- 
1740, Dracut, Mass. Sergeant, 
1 725, in Capt. Eleazer Tyng sCo., 
1725. 

Reade, Philip, 394. 

HILL, ABRAHAM, 1734-1812. Soldier in 
French and Indian War. 

Hill, Howard F., 269. 

HILL, JOHN, 1664, Dorchester, 

Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 1647. 

Hill, LewC, 189. 

HILL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1666-1713. Ensign 
in King William s War, 1689. 
Lieutenant, 1692. Captain, 1693. 
Built Fort Mary at Winter Harbor, 
and remained in command until 
1700. 

Leighton, George E., 313. 
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL, 1729-1804. Mem 
ber of Assembly, Province of 
Penn., 1765-1775. 

Bellas, Henry H., 137. 

Dillard, Henry Kuhl, 139. 
HILLS, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1602-1688. 
Maiden, Mass., Militia. Deputy 
from Charlestown and Speaker 
of the House 1647; from Maiden, 
1650-1656; from Newbury, 1667. 

Robbins, Howard S., 103. 

Stone, William E., 206. 

Winship, William H., 211. 

Skinner, William C., 230. 

Wheelock, William B., 304. 

Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
HILLS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1639-1693. 
Captain of Militia at East Hart 
ford, Conn., 1653. Wounded by 
an Indian at Hockanum, 1675. 

Hills, Wm. Ellery, 72. 
HILLYER, COLONEL ANDREW. Sergeant 
under Lord Amherst in 1760, and 
expedition against Havana, 1762. 

Hoadley, James H., 72. 
HILTON, THE HON. COLONEL WINTHROP, 
1671-1710. Lieutenant, 1689. 
Captain, 1703. Lieut. -Colonel, 
expedition to Nova Scotia, 1705. 
Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas, 1706-1710. Chosen Mem 
ber of the Council, but was killed 
on his farm by Indians in ambush, 
and never took his seat. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Koues, George E., 257. 



HINCKES, JOHN, . Councillor, 

1683. Assistant, 1686. Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas, Mem 
ber Sir Edward Andros Council, 
1687. President of Council, 1692. 
Chief Justice of Superior Court, 
1699-1704. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
HINCKLEY, SAMUEL. Member of Lieut. 
Thomas Dymoke sCo.,Barnstable, 
Mass., 1643. 

Hinckley, Sylvester B., 190. 
HINCKLEY, GOVERNOR THOMAS, 1618- 
1706. Deputy General Court, 
Plymouth, 1646. Assistant, 1658- 
1680. Commissioner of Plymouth 
Colony, 1675-1676; was at Great 
Swamp Fight. Deputy-Governor, 
1680. Governor, 1681. Assis 
tant of the Province of Mass. Bay. 

Atwood, Edward S., 34. 

Lovell, Frank H., 85. 

Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

Miller, Charles B., 89. 

MiUer, Edward C., 89. 

Bowman, George E., 179. 

Melcher, Samuel A., 196. 

Sprague, Frank Wm., 205. 

Way land, Francis, 233. 

Boyd, Allen R., 240. 

Pike, Charles E., 346. 

Gorham, Austin G., 370. 
HINDES, DR. THOMAS, 1734-1828. Sur 
geon s Mate, R. N., 1755; New- 
York, 1757, with English Fleet, 
French and Indian Wars. Re 
duction of Louisburg under Am 
herst, 1 758. Reduction of Que 
bec under Wolfe, 1 759. Reduc 
tion of Belle Isle. Surgeon, 
R. N. 

Thompson, John, 334. 
HINMAN, SERGEANT EDWARD, Stratford, 
Conn. Sergeant-at-Arms in the 
Life Guard of King Charles the 
First. Associated with Capt. John 
Underbill in military service under 
Stuyvesant against the Indians. 

Flint, Wyman K., 290. 
HINMAN, TITUS, Woodbury, Conn., 
Lieutenant, 1710. Captain, 1714. 

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C., 301. 
HINSDALE, BARNABAS, 1639-1675. Pri 
vate in Capt. Lothrop s Co., King 
Philip s War. Killed at the battle 
of Bloody Brook, South Deerfield, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



with his father and brothers Sept. 
1 8. 

Byington, Charles S., 46. 

Byington, William W., 46. 

HINSDALE, ROBERT, 1675. Served 

as a Private in Capt. Lothrop s Co. 
at Bloody Brook, and was slain. 

Byington, Charles, 46. 

Byington, William W., 46. 

Fiske, George F., 290. 
HINSDALE, SAMUEL, 1642-1675, Deer- 
field, Mass. Killed by the Indians 
at Bloody Brook. 

Fiske, George F., 290. 
HITCHCOCK, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN. French 
and Indian Wars, 1740. 

Bishop, Henry A., 218. 
HITCHCOCK, EBENEZER. Captain, South 
Hampshire Regt., raised for the 
relief of the Provincial Troops 
under command of Major General 
Winslow, 1756. 

Thomas, Frank W., 118. 
HITCHCOCK, ENSIGN JOHN. Capt. Wil 
liam Turner s Co., King Philip s 
War. Promoted for gallant con 
duct. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 218. 

Warner, Charles Dudley, 233. 
HITCHCOCK, CAPTAIN LUKE, 1655-1727, 
Springfield, Mass. Served under 
Capt. Turner in the " Falls Fight." 

Barber, Lucius A., 217. 
HOBART, EDMUND, 1570-1646, Hing- 
ham, Mass. Deputy, 16^^40-^42. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 209. 
HOBBS, JOSIAH, 1649-1741, Lexington, 
Mass. Served in Capt. Joseph 
Sill s Co., King Philip s War. 

Guilford, Nathan, 67. 

HOBBY, SIR CHARLES, 1 7 1 5 , Boston, 

Mass. Colonel, Mass. Regt., under 
General Nicholson, Port Royal 
Expedition, 1710. Knighted, 1705, 
"for good service done the Crown 
in New England." A. & H. A. 
Co. 

Fowler, Franklin H., 63-222. 

Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 

Pond, Winthrop, 99. 

Butler, John L., 180. 

Gooch, Frank A., 223. 

Pond, Nicholas Misplee, 228. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 
HODGDON, NATHANIEL, 1681-1757. A. & 
H. A. Co. ,1727. i st Sergeant, 1728. 



Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 
HODGES, ELIJAH. 2d Lieutenant Capt. 
Nathan Hodges Co., Crown Point 
Expedition, 1 759-60. Mass. Forces. 

Hayden, Edward S., 225. 
HODGES, MAJOR JOSEPH, 1687-1745. 
Louisburg Expedition, 1745, Col. 
Richmond s Regt. 

Hodges, Alfred, 73. 

HOFFMAN, CAPTAIN NICHOLAS, 1680- 
1750. Ulster Co. Militia, Col. 
Jacob Rutsen, Shawangunk Co., 
1715. Kingstowne Co., 1717. 
Erected stone house, used as a 
Fort, at Kingston, cor. Front and 
Green Streets. 

Hoffman, Samuel Ver P., 73. 
HOLBROOK, JOHN, 1673-1740, Sher- 
born, Mass. Representative, Gen 
eral Court, 1714-1722. 

Holbrook, Levi, 100. 
HOLBROOK, THOMAS, 1624-1607, Brain- 
tree, Mass. Soldier in Capt. John 
son s Co. 

Rose, Hiram H., 299. 

Rose, Landon C., 299. 
HOLDEN, LIEUTENANT CHARLES, 1666- 
171 7, Rhode Island. Deputy, 1710- 
1 6. Commissioned Lieutenant. 

Felton, S. M., 324. 

HOLDEN, JUSTINIAN, 1644-1700. Cam 
bridge, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War, under Capt. Hench 
man at Hadley, and Capt. Brattle 
at Mount Hope, and under Capt. 
Sill. 

Holden, Wm., 190. 
HOLDEN, RANDALL. Marshall and Cor 
poral at Portsmouth, R. I., 1638. 
Member of Town Council at War 
wick, 1647. Assistant, 1647, et 
seq. Deputy, 1666-1686. Judge 
of the Court of Common Pleas, 
1687-1688. Captain, 1664. 

Felton, Samuel M., 324. 

Nightingale, George C., 405. 
HOLLAND, EDWARD, 1702-1756. Mem 
ber of Council, 1748-1756. Mayor 
of Albany, 1733-1741. Commis 
sioner of Indian Affairs, 1734-1742. 
Mayor of New-York, 1747-1756. 
Master in Chancery, 1748-1750. 

Oothout, John W., 94. 
HOLLAND, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1665-1722. 
Lieutenant, 1699. Captain, 1704. 
Commander of Garrison at Albany, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1723-1732. High Sheriff, 1706- 
1720. Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs, 1706-1732. 

Oothout, John W., 94. 
HOLLAND, IVORY, 1740-1820. Centinel, 
\ 75 7, under Capt. Zedekiah Stream, 
Scouting between Connecticut 
and Merrimack Rivers, 1759, ist 
Battalion, Col. Ruggles Regt. 

Holland, John B., 73. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, VALENTINE, I 635- 1 7 1 0. 

Member, Penn. Assembly, 1682- 
1683, et seq. 

Taylor, John G., 248. 
HOLLISTER, CAPTAIN GIDEON, Wood- 
bury, Conn. Served under Capt. 
Ebenezer Downs, Expedition to 
Fort William Henry, 1757. Ensign, 
1762. Lieutenant, 1768. Captain, 
1771. Served in Revolution. 

Logan, Walter S., 84. 
HOLLISTER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1612- 
1665, Wethersfield, Conn. Dep 
uty, Mass, 1644. Conn., 1645- 
1656. Lieutenant, Hartford Co. 
Militia, King Philip s War. 

Elliot, Daniel Girard, 59. 

Harral, George, 70. 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 

Logan, Walter S., 84. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Andrews, James S. , 217. 

Brooker, Charles F., 219. 

Patten, John D., 246. 

Wenzel, Henry B., 349. 
HOLLISTER, CAPTAIN STEPHEN, Wethers- 
field, Conn., 1658-1709. Lieu 
tenant under Capt. Wm. Whiting, 
Phips Expedition, 1692. Expedi 
tion to the frontier, 1696. Chief 
in command. Died in service near 
Albany. Expedition to Canada. 

Logan, WalterS., 84. 

Morris, Seymour, 296. 
HOLMAN, ENSIGN JOSEPH. First Military 
Co., Dorchester, Mass. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 221. 
HOLME, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1624-1695. 
Member of Council, Province of 
Penn., 1683, et seq. 

Hough, Oliver, 143. 

Mercur, Rodney A., 147. 

HOLMES, JONATHAN, 1637-1713. Mon- 

mouth Patentee, 1672. General 

Assembly, Newjersey, 1670-1672. 

Captain, Monmouth Troop, 1673. 



Deputy, Colony of Rhode Island, 
1689-1701. Speaker, Member of 
Governor s Council, General Treas 
urer, 1704. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 
HOLMES, JOSHUA, Stonington, Conn. 
Ensign, 1729. 

Adams, Edward M., 285. 

Meacham, Franklin A., 295. 
HOLMES, OBADIAH, 1607-1682. Member 
of Special Governor s Council, 
King Philip s War. Representa 
tive to General Court, Rhode 
Island, at Newport and Ports 
mouth, 1656. Monmouth Pat 
entee, and instrumental in framing 
that instrument, 1665. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 
HOLYOKE, EDWARD. Deputy to Gen 
eral Court from Lynn, Mass., 1660. 

Stearns. Henry P., 231. 
HOLYOKE, CAPTAIN ELIZUR, 1618-1676, 
Springfield, Mass. Ensign, 1653. 
Lieutenant, 1657. Captain, 1663. 
Deputy, six terms, 1656. 2d in 
command at Springfield and Had- 
ley, King Philip s War. 

Hosmer, Edward S., 73. 

Walbridge, T. C., 125, 152. 
HOOKER, REVEREND THOMAS, 1585- 
1647. Leader of the Expedition 
which founded the Colony of 
Conn., 1635. 

Langdon, Perrin, 325. 

Laws, Harry L., 325. 

HOPEWELL, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 

1744. Member Lower House of 
Assembly, Maryland, St. Mary s 
Co., 1732-1734. 

Warner, C. Hopewell, 169. 
HOPKINS, GILES. Volunteered in cam 
paign against Pequots, 1637. 

Kittredge, Abbott E., 294. 

Merrick, Frederick L., 296. 
HOPKINS, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1665-1732. 
Sergeant, Conn. Colonial Troops, 
1714. Ensign, 1715. Lieuten 
ant, 1716. 

Ver Planck, William G., 124. 

HOPKINS, STEPHEN, 1644. 14th 

signer of the Mayflower Compact. 
Member under Arms, Capt. Myles 
Standish, 1 62 1 . Member of Gov 
ernor s Council, 1633-1636. 
Council of War for Plymouth, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1642. Volunteer in Pequot War. 
Atwood, Edward S., 34. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
Morton, Levi P., 91. 
Munro, Wilfred H., 148. 
Andrus, Edwin P., 177. 
Parker, Edward L., 199. 
Lombard, Josiah L., 295. 
Doane, William R., 323. 
Chittenden, Edwin S., 339. 
Kelly, Edward L., 371. 
Vaile, Joel F., 373. 
HOPKINS, WILLIAM, Stratford, Conn. 

Governor s Assistant, 1641-1642. 
Thomson, Arthur C., 207. 
Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
HOPKINSON, JOHN, Rowley, Mass. 

Served in King Philip s War, Capt. 

Rrocklebank s Co. 
Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
HOPKINSON, THOMAS, 1709-1751. Mem 

ber of Council, Province of Penn., 

I 747- 

Hopkinson, Edward, 142. 
HORSFORD, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1723-1788. 
South Canaan, Conn. Commis 
sioned Lieutenant in the Conn. 
Colonial Forces, 1761, and Cap 
tain, 1768. 

Norton, Thomas H., 327. 
HORTON, CAPTAIN JONATHAN. Captain 
of Foot Co., Southold, L. I., 1 700. 
Akerly, Samuel M., 33. 
King, Rufus, 80. 

HOSMER, STEPHEN, 1642-1714, Concord, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Thomas 
Wheeler s Co., King Philip s 
War. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 
HOUCHIN, JEREMY, Hingham, Mass. 
Deputy, 1651,** seq; for Salisbury, 



Shapleigh, Alfred L., 314. 
HOUGH, RICHARD, - 1705. Mem 
ber Provincial Council, Province of 
Penn., 1692-1700. 
Hough, Oliver, 142. 
HOUGH, WILLIAM, - 1683. Engi 
neer to erect fortifications in New 
London, at King Philip s War. 
Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
Mott, John T., 91. 
Mott, Luther W., 91. 
Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
HOUGHTON, ABRAHAM, 1725-1815, Bol- 
ton. Soldier in Capt. Jonathan 



Whiting s Co., Col. Samuel Wil- 
lard s Regt., 1748. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
Houghton, James Clay, 280. 

HOUGHTON, ENSIGN JACOB, 1696, , 

Lancaster, Mass. Soldier, Foot Co. 
under Thomas Wilder. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
Houghton, James Clay, 280. 
HOUGHTON, JOHN, SR., 1653-1684, 
Lancaster, Mass. In King Philip s 
War. 2d Indian attack, served in 
the Lawrence Waters garrison. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
Houghton, James Clay, 280. 
HOUGHTON, JOHN, JR., 1650-1737, Lan 
caster, Mass. Town Clerk, 1686- 
1725. In Garrison of Lawrence 
Waters, King Philip s War, and 
Capt. Thos. Wilder, 1704. Had 
a garrison house, 1711. Magis 
trate ; Representative General 
Court, 1693-1724. 
Leach, J. Granville, 144. 
Houghton, ClementS., 190. 
Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
HOUGHTON, RALPH, 1623-1693, Lan 
caster, Mass. First Clerk of the 
Writs, 1656-1682. One of the 
four who first signed the Proprie 
tors Covenant. Deputy, 1673-89. 
White, John Barber, 316. 
HOUSTON, SERGEANT JOSEPH, Bedford, 
N. H. Capt. John Gilman s Co., 
Col. Nathaniel Messervey s Regt., 
Crown Point Expedition, 1 756. 
Melville, Henry, 88. 
HOUSTON, SIR PATRICK, 1698-1762. 
Lieutenant of Light Infantry, Co. 
of Savannah, Georgia, 1774. 
Member Council of Safety. 
Waring, Thomas P., 386. 
HOVEY, THOMAS, 1648-1739, Hadley, 
Mass. Lieutenant in King Philip s 
War. 

Wright, Harry L., 304. 
HOWARD, NATHANIEL. Served in the 
first, or Mount Hope Campaign, 
under Capt. Thomas Prentice, King 
Philip s War. 

Skinner, William C., 230. 
HOWARD, SAMUEL, 1646-1697, Maiden, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Thomas 
Prentice and Lieut. Edward Oakes, 
at Mount Hope, and in other cam 
paigns, King Philip s War. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Brown, David H., 180. 
HOW(E), EDWARD, 1644, Water- 
town, Mass. Deputy, 1635-1639. 

Green, Charles M., 187. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 
HOW(E) JOHN, Marlboro, Mass. In 
garrison at Sudbury, King Philip s 
War. 

Billings, David L., 40. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 

Wetherbee, Winthrop, 209. 

Cadle, Charles F., 310. 

HOWE, ABRAHAM, 695, Marlboro 

and Sudbury, Mass. In garrison 
there, King Philip s War. 

Dana, Chas. L., 52. 
HOWE, SAMSON, 1682-1736. Captain 
of Militia, Killingly, Conn., 1730. 
Deputy to the General Court 
Conn., 1726, et seq. 

Howe, Herbert M., 143. 

Tyler, Harry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 
HOWE, SAMUEL, 1642-1713. Sudbury, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Danforth s 
Co., King Philip s War. 

Seamans, Frank M., 203. 
HOWELL, EDWARD, 1585-1656, Lynn, 
Mass, and Southampton, L. I. 
Governor s Assistant, 1647-1653, 
Conn. Colony. 

Howell, Gilbert, 74. 

Prime, Ralph Earl, 100. 

Ingham, Wm. H., 143. 

Mackenzie, George N., 164. 

Darrach, Bradford, 255. 

Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 
HOWELL, LIEUTENANT HEZEKIAH, 1677- 
1744. Military Forces of Conn, 
from Southampton, L. I. 

Foster, Howell, 62. 

Howell, William, 74. 

Darrach, Bradford, 255. 
HOWELL, JACOB, 1687-1768. Delegate 
to Provincial Assembly of Penn., 
1752. 

Howell, Henry W., Jr., 74. 

Griswold, Benjamin H., 161. 
HOWELL,MAJOR JOHN, 1 625- 1 695, South 
ampton, L. I. Deputy, 1662-1664. 
Governor s Assistant, 1664. Col 
ony of Conn. In command against 
the Dutch, 1673-1674. Major, 
Troop of Horse, 1684. 

Howell, Gilbert, 74. 



Prime, Ralph Earl, 100. 

Slocum, Jos. J., in. 

Mackenzie, Geo. N., 164. 

Mackenzie, George N., 3d, 164. 
HOWES, JEREMIAH, 1637-1706, Dennis, 
Mass. Town Councillor of War 
1676. 

Howes, Frederick R., 74. 
HOWES, THOMAS, SR., 1676, Yar 
mouth, Mass. Member of Capt. 
Wm. Palmer s Co., 1643. 

Doane, William H., 323. 
HOWLAND, ARTHUR, 1587-1675, Marsh- 
field, Mass. Soldier in Lieut. Na 
thaniel Thomas Co., 1642. 

Howland, Chas. W., 191. 

Howland, Daniel W., 191. 
HOWLAND, LIEUTENANT JABEZ. Lieu 
tenant under Capt. Benjamin 
Church, in King Philip s War. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

HOWLAND, JOHN, 1592-1673. i3th 
signer of Mayflower Compact, 
1620. In the "First Encounter," 
Great Meadow Creek, December 
8, 1620. Governor s Assistant, 
1633-1635^ In command of Ken- 
nebec Trading Post, 1634. Dep 
uty, General Court, 1641, et seq. 
The " beloved Pilgrim." 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Coghill, Howard, 50. 

Farnam, Chas. H., 60. 

Haskins, Charles W., 70. 

Kellogg, Daniel S., 80. 

Lovell, Frank H., 85. 

Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

Morgan, James L. , 90. 

Norton, Edward L., 93. 

Strong, Richard P., 167. 

Adams, Edward M., 175. 

Crandon, John H., 182. 

Crandon, Edwin S., 182. 

Dorr, Joseph, 184. 

Hull, James W., 192. 

Leonard, George H., 194. 

Locke, Charles A., 194. 

Sprague, Frank Wm., 205. 

Clark, A. Howard, 241. 

Smith, Frank B., 247. 

Van Dyke, Harry W., 248. 

Ames, Louis A., 254. 

Lovell, Leander N., 257. 

Coit, James M., 267. 

Pfoutz, Gilbert B., 298. 

Foote, John C., 311. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gardiner, Curtiss C., 312. 
Chase, Clement, 332. 
Fletcher, Paris, 341. 
Peet, Emerson W., 345. 
Pike, Charles E., 346. 
Gorham, Austin G., 370. 
Swain, William C., 394. 

HOWLAND, ENSIGN JOHN, JR., 1627 . 

"Ensign of the Military Compa- 
nie of Barnstable," 1675, Kin g 
Philip s War. 
Fuller, Henry C., 291. 
Foote, John C., 311. 
HOWLAND, ZOETH. Killed by Indians 
in King Philip s War, March 28, 
1676, at Pocassct, R. 1. 
Pell, Howland, 97. 
Pell, Rodman C., 297. 
HOYT, SERGEANT SAMUEL. Served in 
the Indian troubles about Stam 
ford, 1675-76. Rewarded by the 
Colony of Conn, for his services. 
Hoyt, Edward Corse, 225. 
HUBBARD, CALEB, 1630-1711, Braintree, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court, 1694. 
Hubbell, Adolphus S., 269. 
HUBBARD, EDMUND, 1570-1646, Hing- 
ham,Mass. Deputy General Court, 
1639-1642. 
Hubbard, Adolphus S., 269. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE, 1683. Deputy 

to General Court, Conn., 1637, 
et seq. 

Hubbard, John E., 280. 
HUBBARD, ISRAEL. Member of the 
Provincial Congress of Mass., at 
Salem, 1774. 
Stockbridge, Henry, 115. 
HUBBARD, JOHN. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
2d Conn. Militia, Crown Expedi 
tion, 1755, Major, 1752. Major 
and Commissary, 1755, Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1757-1771. 
Ward, B. Robertson, 233. 
Ward, Charles Samuel, 233. 
Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
HUBBARD, MAJOR JONATHAN. Adjutant 
Col. Willard s 4th Mass. Regt., 
Louisburg Expedition, 1745. Suc 
ceeded Major Seth Pomeroy as 
Major. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 
HUBBARD, COLONEL LEVERETT, M.D. 
Surgeon s mate, Louisburg Ex 
pedition, 1745. Surgeon, Crown 
Point Expedition, 1755. Lieut.- 



Colonel 2d Conn. Militia, 1771- 
1773. Colonel, 1 773-1 775. 
Ward, B. Robertson, 233. 
Ward, Charles Samuel, 233. 
HUBBARD, PETER, SR., 1709-1756, 
Braintree, Mass. Soldier under 
Capt. Nathaniel Blake, French 
and Indian War. Died in service 
near Fort William Henry. 
Hubbard, Adolphus S., 269. 
HUBBARD, WILLIAM, 1594-1670. Mem 
ber of General Court, Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1660. 
Ward, Charles S., 233. 
Hubbard, Gardiner G., 244. 
HUBBELL, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1652-1690, 
Stratford, Conn. Lieutenant, 
1 690, and ordered to Albany after 
the Schenectady Massacre. Died 
in service. 

Moseley, John G., 197. 
Hubbell, Frederick M., 380. 
Hubbell, Frederick C., 380. 
HUBBELL, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1734-1810. 
Lieutenant in the 2d troop of 
Horse, 4th Conn. Regt., 1769-75. 
Hubbell, Henry Wilson, 74. 
HUBBELL, LIEUTENANT RICHARD, 1654- 
1738, Stratford, Conn. Ensign, 
1709. Lieutenant, 1715, Queen 
Anne s War. 

Hubbell, Henry Wilson, 74. 
HUBBELL, SERGEANT RICHARD, 1627- 
1699. Sergeant of Militia, Fair- 
field, Conn. ,1677-1 699. Deputy, 
1678, et seq. 

Hubbell, Henry Wilson, 74. 
Darneal, Harvey, 360. 
HUCKINS, COMMISSARY-GENERAL THOMAS, 
1617-1679, Barnstable, Mass. En 
sign, 1639. Commissary-General 
on Gov. Bradford s Staff, King 
Philip s War, 1675. 
Miller, Charles B., 89. 
Miller, Edward C., 89. 
Pierce, George W., 98. 
HUDSON, DANIEL, 1697, Lancas 
ter, Mass. Soldier in Capt. Joseph 
Sill s Co., King Philip s War. In 
garrison, 1691-1692. 
Jordan, Scott, 294. 

HUGG, JOHN, 1730. Member of 

the Governor s Council, New Jer 
sey, 1718-1728. 
Kennard, Joseph S., Jr., 144. 
HULBERT, THOMAS, 1610-1675. Clerk 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



of Train Band, 1 640. Served un 
der Lieut. Lion Gardiner in Pequot 
War, and was wounded. Lieu 
tenant at Saybrook Fort. 

Akerly, Samuel M., 33. 

Bell, Jared W., 39. 

Gamble, Joseph, 64. 

Greene, Richard H., 65. 

Hulbert, Henry C., 75. 

Plumb, Henry B., 228. 
HULL, LIEUTENANT CORNELIUS, 1626- 
1695, Fairfield, Conn. Lieuten 
ant, King Philip s War. Messen 
ger of the Council of War, 1675. 
Lieutenant of the " Honored Major 
Treat s Life Guard," 1675. Dep 
uty, 1676. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
HULL, GEORGE. Assistant, 1654. Dep 
uty thirty-four times previous, 
1654. Member of first General 
Court of Conn., 1637. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
HULL, JOHN. Master of the Mint. 
Treasurer of the Colony of Mass. 
Bay, 1676, and Assistant. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 

Davies, Julien Townsend, 53. 

Davies, William Gilbert, 53. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 

Forbes, Charles Spooner, 279. 



HULL, DR. JOHN. Surgeon in 
Philip s War. 



King 



Hull, George H., 75. 
HULL, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1732-1791, 
Fairfield, Conn. Ensign, 1770. 
Lieutenant, 1771. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 

HULL, CAPTAIN THEOPHILUS, 1710. 

Ensign, 1705. Lieutenant, 1709. 
Captain, 1709, of the West 
Military Co., Fairfield, Conn. 
Member Committee of War, 
1709. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 
HUMPHREY, JOHN, 1595-1661, Lynn, 
Mass. One of the original patentees, 
Mass. Bay Colony, 1627. Deputy- 
Governor, 1630. A. & H. A. Co., 
1641. First Major-General of the 
Colony and appointed by the 



Court " to take orders for a col 
lege at Cambridge. 

Metcalf, William P., 246. 
HUMPHREY, JOHN. Sergeant, Simsbury, 
Conn. Militia, 1693. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Preston, Deming H., 299. 
HUMPHREY, MICHAEL. Member of the 
Windsor Dragoons, 1667. Dep 
uty from Simsbury, Conn., 1670. 
In service at Windsor, 1675- 
1676. 

Humphrey, Charley F., 333. 
HUMPHREYS, HOPESTILL, 1 649 . Dor 
chester, Mass. Served under Capt. 
Isaac Johnson, King Philip s War. 
Was at the Great Swamp Fight, 
December 19, 1675. 

Daly, Martin O., 183. 

Capen, Walter N., 219. 
HUMPHREYS, JAMES, 1731-1825. Served 
in the Independent Co. of Foot, 
Philadelphia, 1 756. 

La Bree, Benjamin, 354. 
HUMPHREYS, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1656- 
1 736, Simsbury, Conn. Deputy, 
1702-1725. Lieutenant, 1710, in 
command of a company sent to 
fight the Indians in Hampshire Co., 
Mass. 

Humphreys, F. L., 75, 256. 

Cooke, Humphreys K., 255. 

Humphreys, F. H., 257. 

Goddard, Lester O., 291. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Norton, Thomas K., 327. 
HUNGERFORD, DAVID. Soldier in Capt, 
Eldad Lewis Co.,2dConn. Regt., 
1755-1758, French and Indian 
Wars. 

Hungerford, Charles S., 75. 
HUNGERFORD, JOHN, 1718-1787. Cap 
tain under Major-General Phineas 
Lyman, ist Conn. Regt., Crown 
Point Expedition, 1 759. 

Smith, George W., 1 1 1 . 
HUNKING, COLONEL MARK, 1670-1729, 
Portsmouth, N. H. Delegate to 
the General Assembly, 1693-1710. 
Councillor, 1710-1729. Judge of 
Superior Court, 1712-1729. Col 
onel, 1716. 

Scales, John, 272. 

HUNNEWELL, LIEUTENANT RlCHARD, 

1703, Scarborough, Me. Lieu 
tenant under Capt. Joshua Scottow, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Black Point Garrison, King Philip s 
War. 
Bodge, George M., 179. 

HUNNEWELL, ZERUBBABEL, 1716 , 

Scarborough, Me. Served under 
Capt. George Berry, 1 747, and 
Daniel Hills, 1748-1749, French 
and Indian War. 

Bodge, George M., 179. 
HUNT, CAPTAIN EPHRAIM, 2d, 1650- 
1713. Expedition to St. Law 
rence River, Sir William Phips, 
1690; also in Expedition against 
Indians in Groton, 1706-1707. 
Assistant, 1703-1713, 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 

Flower, James M., 291. 

HUNT, CAPTAIN PETER, 1692. Served 

in King Philip s War. Lieu 
tenant, 1654. Captain, 1682. 
Deputy, General Court fifteen 
years. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 
HUNT, LIEUTENANT RALPH, 1640-1677. 
Lieutenant of Long Island Militia, 
1665. Patentee of Newtown. 
Magistrate. Surveyor, Indian 
Lands, 1663-1664. 

Landreth, Burnet, Jr., 144. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 

HUNT, ENSIGN SAMUEL, SR., 1633 > 

Agawam (Ipswich), Mass. Gran 
tee of Bernardstown, Franklin Co., 
Mass., in reward of military ser 
vice in the Falls Fight. Soldier in 
Capt. William Turner s Co., King 
Philip s War; also under Major 
Samuel Appleton at Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Dennis, Rodney S., 56, 222. 

Reade, Philip, 299. 

HUNT, ENSIGN SAMUEL, JR., 1657-1742, 
Tewksbury, Mass. Served in 
Capt. John Lane s Co. of Militia, 
Major Jonathan Tyng s Regt., 
1702, relief of Lancaster, Mass. 
His house at Wameset, Lowell, 
Mass., was used as a garrison, 
King Philip s War, 1689-1697, 
and Queen Anne s War, 1 700- 1712. 

Dennis, Rodney S., 56, 222. 
HUNT, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1703-1770. 
Northfield, Mass., Lieutenant, 
1743-1748. Captain, 1748-1756. 
French and Indian War. 

Allen, Frederick H., 131. 



HUNT, ENSIGN SAMUEL. King Philip s 

War. 
Dennis Rodney, 56, 222. 

HUNTINGTON, CAPTAIN JABEZ, 1719- 

1786. Deputy for Norwich, 1750- 
1753. Lieutenant, istCo., 1745. 
Captain of Troop of Horse, 3d 
Regt., 1754. Speaker, 1760. 

Huntington, Charles R., 75. 

Huntington, Frederick J., 225. 
HUNTINGTON, JEDEDIAH. Ensign, ist 
Norwich Co., 1769. Lieutenant, 
1771, Captain, 1774. Colonel, 
20th Conn. Regt., 1774. 

Huntington, Frederick J., 225. 
HURD, AMOS, 1726-1759. Soldier, 
French and Indian War, perished 
of starvation, campaign of 1759. 

Eaton, George F., 222. 

Eaton, Alfred B., 289. 

HURD, JOHN, 1681, Windsor, 

Conn. Deputy, General Court, 
1657-1658. 

Hurd, Rukard, 76, 343. 

Hurd, Ethan O., 325. 
HURD, CAPTAIN NATHAN, SR., 1694- 
1779, Stamford, Conn. Captain. 
Private in Capt. Ebenezer Downs 
Co., Woodbury, relief of Fort 
William Henry, 1757. 

Crawford, Charles E., 51. 

Hurd, Rukard, 76, 343. 

Hurd, Ethan O., 325. 
HURD, CAPTAIN NATHAN, JR., 1727 
. Quartermaster of Troop of 
Horse in the i3th Conn. Regt., 
1766. Cornet, 1768. Lieuten 
ant, 1769. Captain, 1771. 

Hurd, Rukard, 76, 343. 

Hurd, Ethan O., 325. 
HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER, 1595-1686. A 
Member of the. Council, New 
Hampshire, 1680. Representative, 
General Court of Mass., 1658-60. 

Lovell, Frank H., 85. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 

Cadle, Henry, 310. 

Moulton, John H., 313. 

Matthews, Albert, 326. 
HUTCHINS, FRANCIS. Member of the 
Maryland House of Assembly, 
1694. 

Mackenzie, George N., 164. 

Smith, T. M., 166. 

Fleet, Alexander F., 311. 
HUTCHINS, COLONEL GORDON, 1733- 



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1815, Exeter, N. H. Accompanied 
his father to Louisburg, 1745. 

Hutchins, Chas. L., 192. 
HUTCHINS, HEZEKIAH, 1727-1796. 
Served in Capt. Thomas Cheney s 
Co., Col. John Choate s 8th Mass. 
Regt., Siege of Louisburg, 1745. 
Lieutenant in Major Stephen Mil 
ler s Co., Col. Jonathan Bayley s 
Mass. Regt., Fort William Henry. 
Captain and "Ingenear at fort 
frederick near 2 years." 

Spalding, George B., 112. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 113. 

Silvester, Rev. Wm. W., 151. 

HUTCHINS, NICHOLAS, 1693. Soldier 

in Capt. Joseph Gardner s Co. 
from Lynn. Wounded in Swamp 
Fight. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 
HUTCHINSON, LIEUTENANT ISRAEL. Lieu 
tenant in Capt. Fuller s Co., 1758, 
with Gen. Wolfe, Plains of Abra 
ham. Commanded a company at 
Lexington. Colonel at Siege of 
Boston and Lake George. 

Brown, John B., 44. 
HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM, 1586-1642, 
Boston. Deputy, General Court, 
1635-1639. 

Parker, Montgomery D., 199. 

HYATT, THOMAS, 1641 . Served 

in King Philip s War. 

Hyatt, Frank S., 76. 
HYDE, JONATHAN. In Capt. Thomas 
Wheeler s Co., scouting nearSud- 
bury and Marlboro, King Philip s 
War. 

Hyde, James C, 76. 

Hyde, Raymond N., 76. 

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C., 301. 
HYNSON, THOMAS. Commissioner for 
Kent Island, Md., 1654. Member 
General Assembly, 1654. Burgess 
from Kent Co., 1659. 

Carson, John Avery Gere, 385. 

INGALLS, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1714? 

Ipswich, Mass. Served under Majors 
Willard and Appleton, King Phil 
ip s War. Lieutenant in Capt. 
Thomas Wade s Troop, Mass. 
Forces, 1691. Representative, 
1690. 
Foster, Joseph, 268. 

INGERSOLL, LIEUTENANT GEORGE, 1618- 



i 694, Salem, Mass., and of Casco, 
Portland, Me. Lieutenant and 
Military Officer of Falmouth, 1668. 
Lieutenant, York Regt., King 
Philip s War, 1675-1676. Rep 
resentative, Province of Maine, 
1683-1685. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
INGERSOLL, REVEREND JONATHAN, 1713- 
1778. Chaplain in Seven Years 
War, Campaign of 1 758. 

Ingersoll, Colin M., Jr., 226. 

Gilbert, Frederick L., 342. 
INGERSOLL, SAMUEL, 1657-1734, Casco 
and Gloucester. Soldier in King 
Philip s War, 1675-1676. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
INGHAM, JONATHAN, 1710-1799. Mem 
ber Provincial Assembly, Penn., 
1753, etseq. 

Ingham, Wm. H., 143. 
INGOLDESBY, COLONEL RICHARD. Major 
and Commander-in-Chief of the 
Forces in New-York, 1691. Lieut. - 
Governor, 1709. Colonel, British 
Army, 1711. 

Clark, Henry S., 49. 

Harriman, William E., 70. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 106. 
ISHAM, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1742-1828. Sol 
dier in Capt. Edward Barnard s 
Co., Conn. Troops, French War, 
1755. Sergeant, 1758-1762, in 
"The Havana Expedition" ; sub 
sequently Captain. 

Isham, Charles, 77, 226. 
IVES, GIDEON, 1680-1767, Wallingford, 
Conn. Ensign, East Train Co. 
Deputy, 1 720, et seq. 

Ives, Marvin A., 293. 
IVES, CAPTAIN JOSEPH ; 1673-1751. Cap 
tain, Conn. Militia, 1718. 

Washburn, Wm. Ives, 126. 

JACKSON, EDWARD, 1602-1681. Dep 
uty from Cambridge, Mass., 1647, 
fifteen years. Left by his will a 
large gift of land to Harvard Col 
lege. 

Jackson, William, 192. 

Jackson, Arthur E., 192. 

Palmer, Charles D., 198. 

Jackson, Henry S., 269. 
JACKSON, EPHRAIM, 1729-1777, New 
ton, Mass. Lieutenant, French 
and Indian War, 1755-1756. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Palmer, Chas. D., 198. 
JACKSON JOHN, 1635-1722, Portsmouth, 
N. H. Soldier in King William s 
War, 1 696. In Garrison at Oyster 
River, N. H., 1696. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 

JACKSON, COLONEL JOHN, 1735. 

Long Island Militia. Patentee of 
Hempstead. Member of Assembly. 

Winslow, Chauncey R., 328. 

Winslow, Howard G., 328. 
JACKSON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1645-1709, 
Cambridge, Mass. Served under 
Appleton, King Philip s War. 

Jackson, Jas. H., 77. 
JACKSON, MICHAEL, 1734-1801. Served 
at Ticonderoga and Fort Edward 
under General Amherst. Also at 
Cape Breton. 

Granger, John A., 65. 

Ives, Ralph O., 77. 

Koop, Eugene, 81. 

Koop, Godfrey P., 81. 
JACKSON, LIEUTENANT TIMOTHY, 1726- 
1774, Newton, Mass. Lieutenant 
Colonial Forces, French and In 
dian War. 

Jackson, Henry S., 269. 
JACOB, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1630-1693, 
Hingham, Mass. Private in Capt. 
Joshua Hobart s Co., 1675. In 
Capt. Johnson s Co., defence of 
Medfield, 1676. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 

Rice, L. Frederick, 202. 

Swan, Robert T., 206. 

Morse, Fred W., 270. 

JACOB, NICHOLAS, 1657, Hingham, 

Mass. Deputy, 1648-1649. 

Rogers, Allan, 203. 

JACQUETT, GOVERNOR JEAN PAUL. Gov 
ernor at New Amstel on the South 
River under Stuyvesant, 1655- 
1657. Justice, 1676-1678. 

Clark, Augustus!., 181. 

Beatty, Franklin T., 267. 

Taylor, Bankson, 347. 
JAMES, JOSEPH, 1709 . Member of 
Assembly, Province of Penn., 
Chester Co., 1753, et seq. 

Gheen, Edward H., 342. 
JAMESON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL DAVID, 
1715-1800. Captain Col. James 
Burd s Augusta Regt, 1757. 
Captain, 2d Regt., Penn. Foot, 
1757. Major, 1759. Brigade 



Major and Lieut. -Col., 1760. 
Served at Forts Littleton, Halifax, 
Augusta, Aughwick, and at Battle 
of Loyal Hanna, 1756-1759. 

Fisher, Robert S. J., 242. 
JAMESON, MARTIN, 1705-1760. Mem 
ber of Capt. John Gray s Co., of 
Falmouth, Me., 1725. 

Jameson, Winfield S., 269. 

JANNEY, THOMAS, 1695. Member of 

the Council of Penn., 1684-1686. 

Hough, Oliver, 143. 

Smith, Thomas M., 166. 
JARBOE, LIEUTENANT - COLONEL JOHN, 
1619-1674. Member of the Lower 
House of Assembly of Maryland, 
St. Mary s Co., 1671-1674. Lieut- 
tenant, 1658. Lieut. -Col., 1660. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
JEFFERSON, HON. JOHN, . Mem 
ber of the Council, Sir George 
Yeardly, Governor, Dominion of 
Virginia. Ancestor of Thomas 
Jefferson, the Author of the Dec 
laration of Independence and Third 
President of United States. 

Deen, William M., 255. 
JEFFERSON, THOMAS, 1 748- 1 782. Mem 
ber House of Burgesses, 1 769. 

Anderson, J. Randolph, 385. 
JENCKES, JOSEPH, 2d, 1632-1717. Gov 
ernor s Assistant of Rhode Island, 
1650, et seq. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 
JENCKES, JOSEPH, 1650-1740. Deputy- 
Governor of Rhode Island, 1715- 
1727. Governor, 1727, for five 
years. Major of the Main. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Waterman, Lucius, 272. 

JENKINS, JOHN, 1628 . Soldier in 

the Narragansett Campaign, 1645. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 
JENKINS, WILLIAM, 1648-1712. Mem 
ber of Assembly, 1690-1695. Mem 
ber of Council, Province of Penn., 
1691-1692. 

Campbell, Benj. H., 46. 

Coates, Edward H., 138. 

Mullikin, Howard, 165. 

Lea, Preston, 401. 

JENKS, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1732-1801, 
Lynn. Captain in Col. Salton- 
stall s Regt., Gen. Ruggles Brig 
ade, 1758-1760. 

Jenks, Henry Fitch, 192. 



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JENNESS, FRANCIS, 1634-1716. Soldier 
in King Philip s War, 1675-1676. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
JENNEY, JOHN, Plymouth, Mass. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1638-1647. 

Pope, Henry D., 201. 

Rogers, Allan, 203. 

Jenney, Herbert, 325. 
JENINGS, EDMUND, 1659-1727. At 
torney-General, Dominion of Vir 
ginia, 1684. Member House of 
Burgesses, 1692. Member King s 
Council, 1684-1699. Secretary of 
the Dominion and President of the 
Council ; ActingGovernor, 1 706- 1 o, 

Deen, Wm. M., 55, 255. 

Lee, Edmund J., 145. 
JEWELL, HENRY LANCASTER. Served in 
Capt. Trueworthy Ladd s Co., 
Col. Meserve s New Hampshire 
Regt., 1758, French and Indian 
Wars. 

Hastings, Hugh, 71. 
JEWETT, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1656-1694. 
Served in King Philip s War under 
Capt. Samuel Brocklebank. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 

JEWETT, CAPTAIN NATHAN, \1&?>, 

Rowley, Mass., Lyme, Conn. 
Ensign of 3d Co., Lyme Train 
Band, 1740. Captain, 1757. 
Deputy many times. 

Waite, Horace Frederick, 303. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 
JOCLYN, CAPTAIN PETER, 1665-1759, 
Lancaster, Mass. Engaged in the 
French and Indian War. 

Joslyn, Stephen P., 280. 
JOHNSON, CAPTAIN ABNER, 1702-1751. 
Wallingford Militia, 1 749. 

Johnson, Joseph H., 78. 

Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 
JOHNSON, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, Stratford, 
Conn. Commanded sixty Eng 
lish and forty Indians, defence of 
Albany, 1690; paid by Gov. 
Fletcher for conducting the sol 
diers thither." 

Short, William, 315. 
JOHNSON, CAPTAIN EDWARD, 1599-1672, 
Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1643, 
et seq. Speaker, 1655. Captain 
of Militia, 1644. Ensign in Capt. 
George Cooke s Co., 1638. Lieu 



tenant, 1643. Founder A. & H. 
A. Co., 1638. 

Woodworth, Newell B. 3 131. 

Daly, M. Ordway, 183. 

Gordon, Edwin A., 187. 

Johnson, John F., 193. 

Stearns, Albert H., 205. 

Thompson, Abijah, 207. 

Wood, Alva S., 212. 

Metcalf, William P., 246. 

Adams, John Quincy, 338. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
JOHNSON, CAPTAIN EDWARD, JR., 1650- 
1725, Woburn, Mass. Ensign of 
the Military Co., 1693-1695. Lieu 
tenant, 1 696-99. Captain, 1 700-24. 

Daly, M. Ordway, 183. 

JOHNSON, CAPTAIN ISAAC, 675. 

Captain, A. & H. A. Co., 1667, and 
of the Roxbury Militia, 1653. In 
the famousNarragansett Fort Fight, 
Capt. Johnson was killed while 
leading his men into the fort over 
the felled tree which was the only 
bridge over the swamp, and across 
which but one man could pass at 
a time. 

Bowen, Clarence W., 42. 

Ducharme, Charles A., 58, 389. 

Strong, Richard P., 167. 

Johnson, Emery W r ., 192. 

Lawrie, Andrew W., 194. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 

Johnson, James B., 244. 
JOHNSON, LIEUTENANT JAMES. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1638. Lieutenant, 1658. 
Captain of Militia, 1656. 

Johnson, Charles A., 370. 
JOHNSON, ENSIGN JAMES, 1677-1752. 
Ensign of the New Hampshire 
Troops in Queen Anne s War, 
1705. 

Cadle, Henry, 310. 

JOHNSON, CAPTAIN JAMES, 758. 

Private in Capt. Stevens Co., 
1737. Lieutenant, 1748. In 1754 
taken captive with his family by 
the Indians in their attack on 
Charlestown, and carried off to 
Canada, but ransomed. Captain, 
1 758. Killed at Ticonderoga. 

Billings, David L., 40. 
JOHNSON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1600-1659, 
Roxbury, Mass. Was " Surveyor 
of all ye Armyes." Deputy to the 
first General Court. 



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Ducharme, Charles A., 58, 389. 

Morrison, Charles K., 90. 

Morrison, George A., 91 . 

Stafford, William F., 113. 

Hull, James W., 192. 

Johnson, Emery W., 192. 

Lawrie, Andrew W., 194. 

Heaton, John Edw., 225. 

Johnson, James Bowen, 244. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

Hathaway, Forrest H. 

Bartholomew, Jas. H. S., 338. 
JOHNSON, LIEUTENANTJONATHAN. Served 
in the French and Indian Wars, 
1758-1761. 

Bingham, Theodore A., 40. 
JOHNSON, RICHARD, 1649-1719. Mem 
ber General Assembly, N. J., 1685. 

Ingham, Wm. H., 143. 
JOHNSON, HON. SAMUEL, 1710-1785. 
Chief Magistrate of West Jersey, 
and Delegate to the First Provin 
cial Congress, of Trenton, 1775. 

Bowers, John Meyer, 42. 
JOHNSON, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1640- 
1 723, Lynn, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War, Capt. Daniel Hench 
man s Co. Cornet, 1692. Captain, 
1695. Representative, 1703-1708. 

Johnson, Enoch S., 192. 

Johnson, Otis S., 371. 
JOHNSON, LIEUTENANT TIMOTHY, 1679- 
1768. 7th Co., Col. James Stevens, 
4th Mass., Regt., Expedition 
against Louisburg, 1745, Repre 
sentative, 1737-1745. 

Pierce, George W., 98. 
JOHNSON, MAJOR WILLIAM, 1629-1704, 
Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1674, 
et seq. Governor s Assistant, 
1683-1686. Member of Council, 
1684-1686. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
JOHNSTONE, DOCTOR JOHN. Member of 
King s Council for Province of 
New Jersey, 1686-1690, for New- 
York, 1716-1723. Represented 
Middlesex Co. thirteen years in 
the General Assembly. Speaker 
ten years. 

Johnstone, Francis U., 78. 
JONES, EDWARD, M.D., 1645-1737. 
Member Penn. Provincial Assem 
bly, 1710. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
JONES, COLONEL ELISHA, 1710-1775, 



Weston, Mass. Colonel in Militia. 
Representative, 1754, et seq. 

Jones, Alfred G., 193. 
JONES, SERGEANT JOHN, 1739-1817. Old 
French War. Col Wooster s 
Regt., 1758-1761. Col. Nathan 
Whiting s Regt. , 1 76 1 . Afterwards 
Lieutenant. 

Fitch, EdwardS., 61. 
JONES, CAPTAIN JOSIAH, 1 640-1 7 14. Cap 
tain of Militia and in command of 
the 3d Military Precinct of Water- 
town, (Weston, Mass.) 

Day, Robert W., 55. 
JONES, NATHANIEL, Watertown and 
Worcester, Mass. Deputy, 1727. 

Sargent, John S., 300. 
JONES, OWEN, 1711-1793. Treasurer 
of the Province of Penn., 1769-76. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
JONES, DEPUTY - GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 
1624-1706. Assistant, 1662-1664. 
Deputy-Governor, 1 664- 1 665, New 
Haven Colony. Assistant, 1665- 
1691. Deputy-Governor, 1691- 
1698, Colony of Conn. 

Fitch, Edward Sherman, 61. 

Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 

Pond, Winthrop, 99. 

Wilcox, Reynold W., 129. 

Norton, John Grant, 280. 
JORDAN JOHN. Member of Plymouth 
Co., 1643. 

Alderson, Victor C, 285. 
JORDAN, REVEREND ROBERT, 1617-1679, 
Portsmouth, N. H. Chaplain in 
garrison at Spurwinck and Scar 
borough. 

Jordan, William M., 193. 
JORDAN, REVEREND ROBERT, 1598-1679. 
Governing Magistrate of Maine, 
1665. 

Glidden, John M., 141. 
JORDAN, SAMUEL. Of " Seven Islands," 
Buckingham Co., Va. Captain, 
1 753. Presidingjustice and County 
Lieutenant, 1761. One of the 
Commissioners to examine the 
Militia accounts, 1 758. 

Blair, Andrew B., 262. 

Rose, Hiram H., 299. 

Rose, Langdon C., 299. 
JUDD, JOHN. Ensign and Lieutenant, 
Farmington, Conn. Deputy. 

Atkinson, Charles T., 285. 
JUDD, THOMAS, 1688, Farming- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



ton, Conn. Deputy, 1667, et seq. 

Wead, Leslie C., 209. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 
JUDD, THOMAS, JR., 1638-1703. Dep 
uty, 1689, from Farmington, and 
later from Waterbury, to the Gen 
eral Court of Conn. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 
JUDD, WILLIAM, 1633-1690. Sergeant 
at Farmington, Conn. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
JUDSON, JAMES. Lieutenant of Dra 
goons, 1690, Stratford, Conn., 
1697, Kin g Philip s War. Cap 
tain, 1698. Deputy, 1689-1706. 

Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 
JUDSON, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1619-1690. 
Ensign, Stratford, Conn. Com 
mittee to defend the coast, Strat 
ford to Rye against the Dutch, 
under Admiral De Reuter. Lieu 
tenant, 1672. Served in King 
Philip s War. Lieutenant, Wood- 
bury Train Band, 1 684. Deputy. 

Gilfillan, Wm. Whitehead, 64. 

Judson, William P., 79. 

Ladd, William W., 81. 

Marshall, Henry R., 87. 

Judson, Wm. V., 193. 

Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 

Sanford, Samuel S., 229. 

Abbott, E. Judson, 339. 

KACHLEIN, COLONEL PETER, 1722-1789. 
Commissioner of Penn., 1759. 
Colonel of Militia, 1762. Com 
mander of the Wyoming Expedi 
tion, 1771. Deputy to Provincial 
Convention, 1774. Member of 
Colonial Assembly, 1775. 

Eyerman, John, 256. 
KEARNEY, MICHAEL. Treasurer Province 
of East New Jersey, 1723-1725. 
Held Commission in H. M. Navy. 
Clerk General Assembly, Province 
of New Jersey. 

Bascome, Western R., 309. 

Watson, Samuel N., 316. 
KEARNY, PHILIP, 1704-1775. Member 
of Legislature,NewJersey, 1 746-47. 

Bascome, Western R., 309. 
KEECH, CAPTAIN JAMES. Ensign, Colony 
of Maryland, defence against the 
Indians, 1692-1693. Civil Officer, 
1698. 

Keech, Frank B., 79. 



KEELER, SAMUEL, Norwalk, Conn. 
Narragansett Fight in King Philip s 
War. Representative, 1701. Lieu 
tenant, Expedition to Port Royal, 
1710. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 

Osborn, Henry A., 297. 
KEEN, MATTHIAS, 1667-1714. Mem 
ber Provincial Assembly, Penn., 
1713. 

Ashton, Thomas G., 136. 

Ashton, William E., 136. 

Keene, George B., 144. 

Montgomery, Thomas H., 147. 
KEITH, JOSIAH, 1704-1754, Eastern, 
Mass. Soldier, French and Indian 
Wars. 

Dana, Richard S., 52. 

Thompson, Gilbert, 248. 
KELLOGG, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH. Lieu 
tenant at Hadley, 1662. Sergeant 
in Capt. William Turner s Co., 
Falls Fight, 1676. 

Ives, Francis J., 77. 

McMillan, William, 87, 390. 

Brewster, Lyman D., 219. 

Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 

Kellogg, John P., 226. 

Fiske, George F., 290. 

Strong, William W., 300. 

Wright, Harry L., 304. 

Foote, John C., 311. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 

Morton, J. Sterling, 333. 
KELLOGG, CAPTAIN MARTIN. Several 
times captured by the Indians, and 
was commissioned Captain. 

Brewster, Lyman D., 219. 

KELLY, JONATHAN, 1736 . Private, 

2d Co. of Foot, Amesbury, Mass., 
relief of Fort William Henry. 

Kelly, Edward L., 371. 

Kelly, Luther S., 371. 
KENDALL, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1682- 
1764. Lieutenant Mass. Militia, 
1732. 

Kendall, Edward Hale, 80. 

Murphey, Elijah W., 91. 
KENT, COLONEL JACOB, 1726-1812, Plais- 
tow, N. H., and Newbury, Vt. 
ist Lieutenant, Capt. John Hazen s 
Co., Col. John Goffe s Regt., in 
vasion of Canada, 1760. Captain, 
first military company organized 
in Newbury, 1 764. Colonel, Pro 
vincial Militia. Judge, Court of 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Common Pleas,. 1772. Served 
with distinction in the War of the 
Revolution. 

Kent, Henry Oakes, 269. 

KETCHAM, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1697, 

Huntingdon, Long Island Militia. 

Ketcham, William Platt, 80. 
KETELTAS, CAPTAIN ABRAHAM, 1673- 
1744. Captain of Militia in New- 
York City, 1717. 

Beekman, James W., 38. 

Foulke, Bayard Fish, 62. 

Foulke, William, 63. 
KETTELL, ENSIGN RICHARD, 1615-1680, 
Charlestown, Mass. Ensign, 1678. 

Holden, Joshua B., 190. 
KEY, PHILIP, 1696-1764. Member 
Lower House of Assembly, Mary 
land, from St. Mary s Co., 1729, 2 
seq.; also from Charles Co. Mem 
ber of the Council, 1763. 

Montgomery, Thomas H., 147. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

Jenkins, Thos. C., 163. 

Ramsay, Henry Ashton, 166. 
KEYES, ELIAS. Original Proprietor of 
Londonderry, N . H . , 1 7 1 9. Mem 
ber Gilbert Abbott s Co., Anna 
polis, Nova Scotia, 1710-1711. 

Peck, TheodoreS., 281. 
KEYES, MAJOR JOHN, 1674-1768. Major 
in the Mass. Militia. 

Leach, J. Granville, 144. 
KIDDER, ENSIGN JAMES, 1626-1676, Bil- 
lerica, Mass. Ensign in Lieut. 
Jonathan Danforth s Co., Middle 
sex Regt., 1675. His dwelling 
used as a Garrison House, King 
Philip s War. 

Dennis, Rodney, 56, 222. 

Eaton, Joseph G., 184. 

Parker, John N., 199. 
KILBOURNE, SERGEANT JOHN, 1624-1703. 
Sergeant, Wethersfield, Conn., 
1657-1675. 

Wells, Charles Nassau, 127. 
KILLEN, WILLIAM, 1722-1803. Member 
Colonial Assembly of Delaware 
from Kent Co., 1774, which sent 
delegates to Continental Congress 
at Carpenter s Hall, Philadelphia. 

Nicholson, John R., 401. 

Porter, Willard H., 401. 

KIMBALL, BENJAMIN, 1637 . Cornet 

of Horse, Bradford, Mass., 1683-84. 

Smith, Samuel F., 380. 



KIMBALL, HENRY. Member of the quota 
of soldiers furnished by Haverhill, 
Mass. 

Reade, Philip, 299. 

KING, JAMES, 1675-1722. Member of 
Capt. Samuel Baynard s Co., in 
garrison at Deerfield, 1722-1723. 
Earle, Ferdinand Pinney, 59. 
KING, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1629-1703. Lieu 
tenant, 1692, Northampton, Mass., 
under Capt. Preserved Clapp, In 
dian attack on Quabogue. Cap 
tain, and Deputy to General Court. 
Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 
KING, RICHARD, 1718-1775, Scarbor 
ough, Me. Commissary of the 
Troops destined for Annapolis 
Royal, and served until the end of 
the war, 1745-1 748. 
Hale, Josiah L., 188. 
KINGSBURY, JOSEPH, i st. Private in 
Capt. Simon Wainwright s Co. ; 
1708. 

Kingsbury, Frederick J., 226. 
KINGSBURY, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 2d, Nor 
wich. Deputy, 1731, et seq. En 
sign, 1719. Lieutenant, 1727. 
Captain, 1748. 
Kingsbury, Frederick J., 226. 
Bartholomew, Jas. H., 339. 
KINSMAN, QUARTERMASTER ROBERT, 1629- 
1712, Ipswich, Mass. Soldier in 
Capt. Nicholas Manning s Co. 
King Philip s War. Quarter 
master, 1684, and in 1691. Im 
prisoned by Andros for his prom 
inent part in the refusal of Ipswich 
to pay taxes levied without con 
sent of the General Court, 1687. 
Representative, 1692. 
Foster, Joseph, 268. 
Rindge, Frederick H., 362. 
KIRKBRIDE, JOSEPH, SR., 1662-1738. 
Member Penn. Provincial Assem 
bly, 1698, et seq. 
Wister, Rodman, 154. 
KIRKBRIDE, JOSEPH, JR., 1690-1748. 
Member Penn. Provincial Assem 
bly, 1721, et seq. 
Wister, Rodman, 154. 

KITTREDGE, JOHN, 1676, Billerica, 

Mass. Capt. Thomas Wheeler s 
Co., fight at Brookfield, 1675. 
Scouting service, 1676. 
Flint, James M., 242. 
Kittredge, Abbot E., 294. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



KNAPP, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1695-1751, 
Danbury, Conn. Lieutenant of 
Militia and Deputy, 1716. 

Knapp, Henry E., 344. 
KNEELAND, EDWARD, 1640 . Pri 
vate in Capt. Whipple s Ipswich 
Co., King Philip s War. 

Flint, Wyman K., 291. 

Kneeland, James, 393. 
KNICKERBACKER, MAJOR JOHN, 1723- 
1802, Schaghticoke, N. Y. Lord 
Howe s staff, Battle of Ticon- 
deroga, 1758. Also took part in 
the Indian troubles previous to 
that time. Colonel in Revolution . 

Viele, Sheldon P., 124. 
KNOWLTON, CAPTAIN ABRAHAM, 1678 

, Ipswich, Mass. Served in 

the French and Indian Wars. 

Stearns, Ezra S., 272. 
KNOWLTON, SERGEANT DANIEL, 1738- 
1825. Served in Capt. John 
Slapp s Co., 1757, at Fort Ed 
ward. In Capt. Jedediah Fay s 
Co., 3d Regt., Conn. Troops, 
1758. Sergeant in Capt. Robert 
Durkie s Co., ist Conn. Regt., 
Col. Phineas Lyman, 1761. 

Griffith, Wm. H., 67. 
KYN, JORAN, 1620-1690. Soldier in 
the Life Guard of Gov. John Prinz, 
3d Governor of the Swedish Col 
ony on the Delaware. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73. 

KYPE, HENDRICK, 1576 . Appointed 

by Gov. Stuyvesant one of Council 
ot Nine Men. 

Kip, William V. B., 80. 

Judson, William V., 193. 

LACEY, CAPTAIN DAVID, 1715-1757, 
Stratford, Conn, ist Lieutenant 
Fairfield Co., 1755. Captain, 7th 
Co., Col. Nathan Whiting s 4th 
Regt., 1 756. Killed in the Crown 
Point Expedition. 
Brugler, Charles E., 45. 

LADD, NATHANIEL, 1651-1691. Soldier 
in Narragansett Campaign, 1690. 
Wounded in an expedition against 
the Indians at Maquoit. 
Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 

LADD, SAMUEL, 1649-1698, Haverhill, 
Mass. Member of Capt. John 
Whipple s Co., King Philip s War. 
Bailey, Edward P., 285. 



LAKIN, ENSIGN JOHN, 697. En 
sign, 1692. Commander of Gar 
rison at Groton. Sergeant, King 
Philip s War. 

Houghton, Henry O., 191. 

Waite, Horatio L., 302. 
LAMSON, SERGEANT JOSEPH, 1658-1752. 
Served in King Philip s War, in 
Capt. Turner s Co., in Garrison at 
Chelmsford, 1675. Sergeant in 
Lieut. -Col. Balantine s Co., in 
Port Royal Expedition, 1710. 

Swan, Frederick G., 117. 
LAMSON, SAMUEL, 1638-1691, Reading, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Nathaniel 
Davenport s Co., King Philip s 
War. 

Lamsen, Daniel S., 193. 
LANE, DANIEL. Served under his father, 
Capt. John Lane, 2d Crown Point 
Expedition, and at Siege of Quebec, 
1759. His Journal of 1759, in 
keeping of Me. Hist. Soc. Captain 
in Revolution. 

Usher, Ellis B., 394. 
LANE, JOB, 1620-1697, Billerica, Mass. 
Soldier in King Philip s War. 
Deputy six terms, 1676-1693. 

Howe, Edw. Willard, 191. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 
LANE, COLONEL JOHN, ist, 1661-1715, 
Billerica, Mass. Lieutenant, 1093, 
King William s War. Captain, 
1699. Major of the West Regt. 
of Horse and Foot, 1711, Queen 
Anne s War. Deputy, 1702. 
Colonel of Mass. Militia. Died in 
the service. 

Stevens, Clarence W., 114. 

Stevens, Frederick B., 114. 

Brown, Otis S., 180. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 

Page, Walter Gilman, 198. 

Philbrook, Chas. F. B., 270. 

Bartlett, Sidney R., 368. 

Usher, Ellis B., 394. 
LANE, NATHANIEL. Corporal in 4th Co. 
of Militia, Upper Battalion, West- 
chester Co., Province of New- 
York, 1 760. 

Lane, Smith E., 81. 
LANE, SOLOMON, JR., 1710 . Pri 
vate in 4th Co. of Militia, Upper 
Battalion, Westchester Co., Pro 
vince of New-York. 

Lane, Smith E., 81. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



LANE, WILLIAM, 1659-1749. Private 
in Capt. Samuel Chesley s Co., 
Queen Anne s War. 
Tucker, Oilman H., 121. 

LANGDON, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1694- 
1 765 . Captain New-York Colonial 
Troops. Expedition to Canada, 

745- 

Trenchard, Edward, 120. 
LANGDON, CAPTAIN TOBIAS, 1660-1725, 
Portsmouth, N. H. Ensign, 1689. 
Lieutenant, 1692. Captain, 1696. 
King William s and Queen Anne s 
Wars. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 

Trenchard, Edward, 120. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 
LANGHORNE, THOMAS, 1687. Mem 
ber Penn. Provincial Assembly, 
1687. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

LANGSTAFF, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1647-1707. 

Deputy to Council held at Perth 

Amboy, Province of New Jersey, 

1688. Captain of Militia, 1707. 

Bradford, T. Hewson, 137. 

Morton, Thos. G., 148. 
LARDNER, LIEUTENANT LYNFORD, 1715- 
1774. Receiver-General, and 
Member of the Council, Province 
of Penn. Lieutenant, Philadel 
phia Troop of Horse, French and 
Indian War. 

Lardner, James L., 144. 
LARKIN, EDWARD, 1652, Charles- 
town, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1645. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 
LATHROP, SAMUEL, 1700. Mem 
ber Barnstable Co., 1643, and in 
Major Simon Willard s Expedition 
against Ninigret, 1654. 

Lathrop, Joseph, 294. 
LATHROP, (LOTHROP) JOHN, 1584-1653, 
Barnstable, Mass. Member of the 
Military Co. under Capt. Thomas 
Dim mock, 1643. 

Turner, Henry L., 302. 
LATHROP, (LOTHROP) CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 
1624-1702, Barnstable, Mass. 
Deputy, 1 667, eleven years. Mem 
ber of the " Council of War," 
1676; and of Military Co., 1643. 
Lieutenant and Captain, Indian 
Wars. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 



Turner, Henry L., 302. 
LATHROP, (LOTHROP), LIEUTENANT-COL 
ONEL SIMON, 1689-1774, Norwich, 
Conn. Lieutenant - Colonel in 
Expedition against Annapolis 
and Louisburg. Colonel, 1745. 
Representative to General As 
sembly. 

Hyde, James N., 293. 
LATHROP, (LOTHROP), THOMAS, 1621- 
1707, Barnstable, Mass. Member 
Barnstable Co., in 1643. 
Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
Turner, Henry L., 302. 
LATHROP, v. LOTHROP. 
LAURENCE, NATHANIEL, 1639-1724. En 
sign, Mass. Militia, 1673. 
Wetherill, Albert L., 153. 
Wetherill, Charles, 153. 
LAURENCE, WILLIAM, 1697-1764. Col 
onel, Mass. Militia. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1744, et seq. 
Wetherill, Charles, 153. 
LAW, GOVERNOR JONATHAN, Stamford, 
Conn. Judge, Supreme Court, 
1715-1725. Chief Justice, 1725- 
1741, and Governor, 1742-1750. 
Chew, James L., 220. 
LAW, RICHARD, Stamford, Conn. 
Deputy, General Court, 1641- 
1 664. Governor s Assistant, 1 647. 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
LAWRENCE, CAPTAIN AMOS, 1715-1785, 
Groton, Mass. Sergeant, Capt. 
William Lawrence s Co. at the 
Alarm, 1746. Lieutenant in Scout 
ing Party, from Athol to Brook- 
field, 1755. Captain, 1760. 
Lawrence, William, 193. 
LAWRENCE, CORPORAL ASA, 1737-1804, 
Groton, Mass. Corporal in Capt. 
Jonathan Rolfe s Co., 1761. 
Brackett, Sidney L. , 1 79. 
LAWRENCE, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1681-1777, 
Plainfield, Conn. Captain of 
ist Co., 1736. Deputy, 1722- 
1741. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 
LAWRENCE, ELISHA, 7 2 4- Mem 
ber General Assembly, Province of 
New Jersey, 1721. 
Watson, Samuel N., 316. 
LAWRENCE, ENOCH, 1648, Water- 
town, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War. In Groton Garrison, 
1691-1692. Wounded, 1694, King 



499 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



William s War. In 1 702 the Pro 
vincial authorities granted him im 
munity from taxation and a pen 
sion of ^3 st. yearly on account of 
physical disability contracted as 
above. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 

Jordan, Scott, 294. 

LAWRENCE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1 1 2 9- 

Captain, Newtown, L. I., Troop 
of Horse, 1 689- 169 1. High Sheriff, 
1698. 

Lawrence, Abraham R., 82. 

Walsh, James W., 125. 

Wells, Thomas L., 128. 

Whitney, Stephen, 234. 
LAWRENCE, JOHN, 1609-1669, Groton, 
Mass. In garrison, King William s 
War. 

Wead, Leslie C, 209. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 
LAWRENCE, MAjoRjoNATHAN,i737-i8i2. 
Captain, 1772. Major, 1775, Pro 
vincial Forces of New-York. Dele 
gate to Provincial Congress, 1775. 

Lawrence, Abraham R.,82. 
LAWRENCE, ENSIGN JOSEPH, 1666-1759, 
Flushing, L. I. Ensign, Queens 
Co. Militia, 1684. 

Pell, Howland, 97. 

SchiefTelin, George R., 106. 

Thomas, Lawrence B., 1 18. 
LAWRENCE, PELEG, 1646-1692, Groton, 
Mass. In garrison, King Philip s 
War. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 
LAWRENCE, MAJOR THOMAS, Patentee of 
Newtown, L. I. Major, Queens 
Co. Forces, 1689. 

Lawrence, Abraham R., 82. 

Riker, Henry L, 102. 

Riker, John Jackson, 102. 

Riker, John Lawrence, 103. 

Riker, Richard, 103. 

Walsh, James W., 125. 

Wells, Thomas L., 128. 

Whitney, Stephen, 234. 
LAWRENCE, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1 733-1 8 1 7. 
Commanded ship Tartar, 1758. 

Poole, Eugene H., 99. 

Wells, Thomas L., 128. 

LAWRENCE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1623- 

1680. Queens Co. Militia, 1665- 

1680. Commanded "Flushing 

Foote Companie " at surrender of 



New-York to the Dutch, 1673. 

Beatty, A. Chester, 37. 

Beatty, Robert C., 38. 

Beatty, W. Gedney, 38. 

Clark, William N., 49. 

Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 

Pell ; Howland, 97. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, George R., 106. 

Schieffelin, William Jay, 107. 

Suckley, Robert B., 1 16. 

Thomas, Lawrence B. ; n8. 
LAWRENCE, WILLIAM, Middletown, N. 
J. Deputy to General Court, 1672. 

Hunt, Samuel, 324. 
LAWTON, ISAAC, 1650-1731. Gover 
nor s Assistant, Rhode Island, 
1690-1691. Deputy, \6()6,etseq. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 
LAWTON, GEORGE. Governor s Assist 
ant, Rhode Island, 1680-1690. 
Member of Council of War, 1671. 
Deputy, 1660, et seq. Member 
of Court of Trials, 1648. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 
LEACH, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1639-1687, 
Salem, Mass. 

Allen, Francis Olcott, 136. 
LEARNED, ISAAC, JR., 655-1737. In 
Capt. Davenport s Co. and 
wounded in a fight with the Nar- 
ragansetts. Also in Capt. Sill s 
Co., King Philip s War. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 

Learned, Bela P., 227. 

Learned, Walter, 227. 

Larned, Daniel R., 245. 

Learned, Myron L., 333. 
LEAVENWORTH, THE REVEREND MARK. 
Chaplain in Col. Nathan Whit 
ing s 2d Conn. Regt., Expedition 
against Canada, 1760; Montreal, 
1761. 

Kingsbury, Frederick J., 226. 

Merriman, William B., 227. 
LEE, COLONEL RICHARD. Colonial Sec 
retary of Virginia under Sir William 
Berkeley. President of H. M. 
Council of State, 1641. 

Chandler, Walter, 48, 254. 

Hatcher, Robert S., 243. 
LEE, COLONEL STEPHEN, 1698-1783. 
Served Crown Point Expedition. 
Colonel of Militia. Deputy, Col 
ony of Conn. 

Culver, Charles M., 52. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Richards, Frederick B., 102. 
LEE, COLONEL THOMAS, 1690-1750. 
Member of King s Council, 1742. 
Commissioner to treat with the 
Six Nations, 1 744. President of 
Council and Acting Governor, 
749- 

Lee, Edmund J., 145. 

LEE, ENSIGN THOMAS, 1705, Lyme, 

Conn. Ensign, 1701. Deputy, 
General Court, 1676. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 
LEEDS, DANIEL, 1655-1710. Member 
Governor s Council, New Jersey, 
1703. 

Burnett, Charles Henry, 138. 
LEEDS, JOSEPH, 1637-1715, Dorchester, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Wil 
liam Turner, Falls Fight, 1676. 

Daly, M. Ordway, 183. 

Leeds, Charles, 194. 

Leeds, Francis, 194. 

Mansfield, George S., 195. 
LEETE, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1613-1683. 
Signer of the Plantation Covenant, 
1639. Governor s Assistant, New 
Haven Colony, 1653-1658. Dep 
uty-Governor, 1658-1661. Com 
missioner for the United Colonies, 
1655-1679. Governor, 1661-1665. 
Governor s Assistant, Conn. Col 
ony, 1665-1669. Deputy-Gov 
ernor, 1 669- 1 676. Governor, 1 676- - 
1683. One of the Founders of 
New Haven Colony. 

Betts, Frederick H., 40. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 

Buell, Frederick F., 45. 

Collins, Clarence L., 50. 

Hall, Benjamin Elihu, 68. 

Herrick, Chas. Wm., 71. 

Rogers, Wm. Evans, 104. 

Sherwood, Samuel, 1 10. 

Wadhams, Frederick E., 124. 

Buel, John L., 219. 

Collins, Atwood, 220. 

Franklin, William B., 222. 

Leete, Charles Sidney, 227. 

Perkins, Nathaniel L., 228. 

Trowbridge, Charles H., 231. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Woodbridge, Jonathan E., 304. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 

Norton, Thomas H., 327. 

Richardson, William E., 346. 



Tracy, Robert S., 355. 
LEFFINGWELL, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1622- 
1657, Norwich, Conn. Rendered 
important aid to "Uncas"when 
besieged by hostile Indians. Lieu 
tenant, 1672. Served in King 
Philip s War, and in Capt. Deni- 
son s famous band of Indian 
fighters. Deputy, 1661-1710. 

Collins, Clarence L., 50. 

Lord, Nathan Holcomb, 85. 

Smith, Thomas E. V., 112. 

Sweet, Henry N., 206. 

Learned, Bela P., 227. 

Perkins, J. Deming, 228. 

Shipman, Nathaniel, 230. 

Woodward, Joseph G., 234. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 

Bushnell, AsaS., 322. 

Brewer, Alfred L., 359. 

Brewer, William A., 359. 
LEFFINGWELL, ENSIGN THOMAS, JR., 1649- 
1724. Ensign, Norwich, Conn., 
Militia. Deputy, 1716. 

Lord, Nathan H., 85. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 

Brewer, Alfred L., 359. 

Brewer, William A., 359. 
LEIGHTON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1661-1724. 
Ensign and Captain, Queen Anne s 
War, 1 704. Representative, Gen 
eral Court, Mass., 1704-1714. 

Rollins, Edward A., 104. 

Leighton, George Eliot, 312. 
LEISLER, v. LEYSSELER, LIEUTENANT- 
GOVERNOR JACOB. Soldier from 
Frankfort to New Netherland, 1 660. 
Captain of the Fort and Military 
Commandant. Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor, 1 689, and Governor Province 
of New-York, 1689-1691. Ex 
ecuted for treason, May 16, 1691, 
attainder subsequently reversed by 
Parliament in 1695. 

Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 
.Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 

Thomas, Geo. Cummins, 258. 
LELAND, JOSHUA, 1705-1772, Sher- 
bourne, Mass. Alarm List, Capt. 
Joseph Perry, 1757, French War. 

Hill, Lew Cass, 190. 
LEONARD, JOHN, Springfield, Mass. 
Killed in King Philip s War. 

Fisher, Albert J., 290. 
LEONHARD, WILLIAM. 2d Lieutenant 
in Capt. Hecht s Co., Fort George. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Bolmer, Thomas, 42. 
LEQUIE (L EscuiYER), JAN, 1713. Sol 
dier in Ensign Dirck Schmitt s Co. 
at Esopus, Indian War, 1660. 

Lane, Francis P. L., 81. 

Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 

Luquer, Lea Mel., 85. 

Luquer, Thatcher T. P., 86. 
L ESPENARD, ANTOINE. See Lispenard. 
LEVERETT, JOHN, 1616-1679. Captain 
Parliamentary Army, 1644-1645. 
Agent of the Bay Colony to the 
English Court. Major-General of 
the Mass. Forces, 1663-1673. Dep 
uty-Governor. Governor, 1673- 
1679. Died in office. 

Everett, Torrey, 60. 

Hart, Samuel, 224. 

Ward, Brownlee R., 233. 

Ward, Charles S., 233. 

Hubbard, Gardiner G., 244. 

Merrill, James C., 246. 

Lewis, George W., 344. 
LEVIS, SAMUEL, 1649-1734. Member 
of Governor s Council, 1692. 
Province of Penn. 

Levis, Henry, 145. 

Levis, Samuel W., 145. 

Starr, Louis, 151. 

LEVIS, SAMUEL, SR., 1680-1758. Mem 
ber of Assembly, Province of Penn., 
1720-1723. 

Levis, Samuel W., 145. 
LEVIS, SAMUEL, JR., 1711-1794- Mem - 
ber of Assembly, Province of Penn., 

I739-I747- , 
Levis, Samuel W., 145. 
LEWIS, EVAN, 1677-1735. Member of 

Provincial Assembly of Penn., 

1 706, five sessions. 
Lewis, William Fisher, 83. 
Lewis, John T., Jr., 146. 
LEWIS, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1637-1713. 

Lieutenant, Barnstable Co., Mass., 

1678. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 
Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 
Lombard, Josiah Lewis, 295. 
LEWIS, CAPTAIN ELDAD, 1711-1784, 

Farmington, Conn. Captain, South 

Co., 1753, and in Old French 

War. 

Camp, Chas. L. N., 46. 
LEWIS, JAMES, Stratford, Conn. Ensign, 

1709. Lieutenant, 1714. Captain, 

2d Co., 1714. Deputy. 



Deming, Judson K., 221, 379. 
LEWIS, SERGEANT JOHN, 1655-1 7 1 7, New 
London, Conn. Enrolled, No. 17, 
in King Philip s War. Sergeant, 
Train Band. Killed. 
Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 
LEWIS, CAPTAIN LEONARD. Captain of 

Foot Co., New-York, 1700. 
Smith, Philip H. W., 112. 
LEWIS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1690, 
Farmington, Conn. Captain, 1674. 
Deputy, 1689-1690. 
Schroeder, J. Langdon, 107. 
Bardwell. Harry J., 286. 
Preston, Deming H., 298. 
LINCOLN, SAMUEL, Hingham, Mass. 
Member of Capt. Johnson s Co. 
Cavalryman in the Great Narra- 
gansett Fight. 
Howard, William C., 74. 
Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 
LINDALL, JAMES, 1652. Member of 
Capt. Myles Standish s Co. at 
Plymouth. 

Elwood, George M., 59. 
LINDSAY, JAMES, 1730-1804. Lieutenant, 
Provincial Forces, Penn., 1757-58. 
Liggett, Sidney B., 146. 
LISPENARD (L ESPENARD), ANTOINE, 1643- 
1696. Bearer of Military des 
patches from Gov. Dongan of New- 
York to Marquis de Nouville, 
Governor of Canada, 1687. Re 
turning alone in the dead of Win 
ter, he warned the English of the 
French Expedition known as the 
"Snow-shoe Expedition," which 
resulted in its defeat. 
Bleecker, Anthony James, 41. 
Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 
Smith, Gouverneur M., in. 
Smith, Lewis Bayard, 112. 
Suydam, W. Lispenard, 116. 
Trevor, Henry Graff, 120. 
LISPENARD, CAPTAIN ANTHONY, 1683- 
1758, New Rochelle, N. Y. New- 
York Colonial Forces. Spanish 
Expedition, 1740-1742. 
Bleecker, Anthony James, 41. 
Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 
Smith, Gouverneur M., 1 1 1. 
Smith, Louis Bayard, 112. 
Suydam, W. Lispenard, 116. 
Trevor, Henry Graff, 120. 
LISPENARD, COLONEL LEONARD, 1715- 
1790. Captain, French and In- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



dian War, 1759. Member New- 
York Colonial Assembly, 1759- 
1 768. Member First Colonial Con 
gress, 1765. 

Smith, Gouverneur M., 112, 406. 

Smith, Louis Bayard, 112. 

Trevor, Henry Graff, 120. 
LITCHFIELD, LAWRENCE, 1614-1657, 
Barnstable and Scituate, Mass. A. 
& H. A. Co., 1640, and of Lieut. 
Thomas Dymoke s Co., in active 
service with the Indians, 1643-44. 

Litchf.eld, Edward H., 83. 
LITHGOW, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1715-1 79 8 > 
Popham, Me. Captain, Swan 
Island. In command of Fort 
Richmond, Western and Halifax, 
French and Indian Wars. 

Willey, W. Lithgow, 211, 273. 

LITSCHOE, SERGEANT DANIEL, . 

Burgher Corps, New Amsterdam. 
Blue Flag Co., 1653-1654. Lieu 
tenant, 1656. 
Keith, Boudinot, 79. 
LITTLE, MOSES, 1657-1691, Newbury, 
Mass. Soldier in King Philip s War. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

LlTTLEFIELD, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 

1696. Lieutenant and Captain, 
French and Indian Wars, 1668. 
Parsons, Charles S., 200. 

LITTLETON, COLONEL NATHANIEL, 

1 654. Councillor of State to Gov. 
Berkeley, of Virginia, 1642. 
Dennis, James Teackle, 160. 
Hobson, Henry W., 370. 
LITTLETON, COLONEL SOUTHEY, 1645- 
1 734. Served against the Indians, 
and under Gov. Berkeley, Bacon s 
Rebellion. 

Dennis, James Teackle, 160. 
LIVERMORE, CORPORAL JOHN. Corporal 

in the New Haven Co., 1647. 
Harrington, Charles, 188. 
LIVERMORE, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1638- 
1718. Soldier, King Philip s War. 
Kingman, William L., 80. 
Partridge, Edward L., 96. 
LIVERMORE, SAMUEL, 1701-1773, Wal- 
tham, Mass. Representative Gen 
eral Court, 1745-63, except 1748. 
Johnson, Charles W., 344. 
LIVINGSTON, GILBERT, 1689-1746; Major 
of Foot, Henry Beekman, Colonel, 

1 737- 
Myer, Albert J., 92. 



LIVINGSTON, COLONEL PHILIP, 1686- 
1749. 2d Lord of the Manor. 
Participated in the capture of 
Port Royal, 1710, and, later, 
Colonel of the Provincial Forces. 
Member of the Council, 1725- 
1 749. Secretary for Indian affairs, 
Province of New-York, 1721-49. 
Devereux, Walter, 56. 
Fryer, Robert L., 63. 
Livingston, Philip, 84, 257. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 
Satterlee, Francis Le R., 105. 
Strong, Joseph M., Jr., 1 16. 
Minis J. Livingston, 165. 
Lawrence, Benjamin B., 371. 
LIVINGSTON, COLONEL ROBERT, 1654- 
1728. ist Lord or Proprietor of 
the Manor of Livingston. Mem- 
bei of the Council, Province of 
New-York, 1698-1701. Member 
of Assembly, 1709-1711. 
Barnwell, Morgan G., 37. 
Crosby, Edward N., 51. 
Crosby, Livingston, 52. 
Delafield, Jos. Livingston, 55. 
Delafield, M. L., Jr., 55. 
de Rose, Edward, 56. 
Devereux, Walter, 56. 
Erving, William V. R., 60. 
Hamersley, J. Hooker, 69. 
Hoyt, Henry S., 74. 
Jones, O. Livingston, 79. 
Livingston, E. de Peyster, 83. 
Livingston, Gilbert R., 83. 
Livingston, Philip, 84. 
McKinstrey, Chas. H., 87. 
Montgomery, H. P. A., 89. 
Meyer, Albert J., 92. 
Pierrepont, Henry E., 98. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 
Satterlee, Francis Le R., 105. 
Seaman, Louis L., 108. 
Strong, J. Montgomery, 116. 
Suckley, Robert B., 116. 
Wainwright, Jno. T., 124. 
Wainwright, Wm. P., 124. 
Livingston, John H., 146. 
Armstrong, Horatio G., 159. 
Minis, John Livingston, 165. 
Howard, Charles E., 343. 
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT, JR. ("the neph 
ew"), 1647-1726. Lieutenant, 
Expedition to Canada, 1709-171 1. 
Mayor of Albany, 1710-1719. 
Member of the i4th and 1 5th 

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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Assemblies. Indian Commissioner. 

Fryer, Robert L., 63. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 1 13. 
LIVINGSTON, COLONEL ROBERT, JR., 
1708-1790. Captain in the Militia, 
" Seven Years War." Served on 
the Frontier and Fort William 
Henry. 3 d Lord of Manor. Mem 
ber Provincial Assembly from the 
Manor. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 

LLOYD, EDWARD, 1695. Burgess 

from Lower Norfolk Co., Va., 
1 644- 1 645 . Commander of Anne 
Arundel Co., Md., 1650. Com 
missioner to make treaty with the 
Susquehannock Indians, 1652. 
Member General Assembly, 1654. 
Member of Council, 1658-1666. 

Brice, Nicholas, 137. 

Brice, Philip H., 137. 

Howard, McHenry, 165. 

Paca, John P., 165. 

Pennington, Wm. C., 165. 
LLOYD, EDWARD, 1670-1718. Presi 
dent of Council and ex-officio 
Governor of Province, 1701, et 
seq. Member of the Lower House 
of Assembly of Maryland from 
Talbot Co., 1697-1701. Major- 
General, 1707. 

Howard, McHenry, 165. 
LLOYD, COLONEL PHILEMON, 1646-1685. 
Commissioner, Captain of Horse 
on Chester and Wye River, 1667; 
served against the Indians. Col 
onel of Horse of Talbot, Kent and 
Cecil Cos., 1 68 1. Member of 
Assembly, 1671. Speaker of 
House of Burgesses, 1678, et seq. 
Commissioner to Treaty, Five Na 
tions, 1682. 

Brice, Philip H., 137. 

Paca, John P., 165. 

LLOYD, DEPUTY- GOVERNOR THOMAS, 
1640-1694. Member and Presi 
dent of Council, and Deputy- 
Governor of Province of Penn. 
during William Penn s absence. 
Chief Magistrate of the Province, 
1684-1693. First Master of the 
Rolls, and Keeper of the Great 
Seal. 

Bickley, Lawrence W., 40. 



Jackson, Oswald, 77. 

Collins, Henry H., Jr., 139. 

Griscom, Clement A., 141. 

Griscom, Clement A., Jr., 141. 

Griscom, Lloyd C., 141. 

Griscom, Rodman E., 141. 

Morris, Henry, 148. 

Milnor, Thomas W., 257. 
LOCKE, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1626-1696, 
Portsmouth and Hampton, N. H. 
Indian Wars. Killed by the In 
dians, August 25. 

Brown, David H., 180. 
LOCKE, WILLIAM, 1628-1720. " Chir- 
urgeon," the Mass. Forces, Mount 
Hope Campaign. King Philip s 
War. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 
LOCKWOOD, LIEUTENANT JONATHAN, 
i639-i688,Norwalk, Conn. Colo 
nial Forces of Conn. Deputy. 

Lockwood, James B., 84. 

Lockwood, Luke V., 227. 
LOGAN, JAMES, 1674-1751. Member 
Provincial Council, Penn., 1702- 
1747. Acting Governor, 1736- 
1738. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
LOGAN, WILLIAM, 1718-1776. Member 
Governor s Council, Penn., 1747- 
1776. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 
LONG, ROBERT, Charlestown, Mass. A. 
& H. A. Co. 

Hardy, Cyrus A., 293. 
LONGFELLOW, ENSIGN WILLIAM, 1651- 
1690, Newbury, Mass. Ensign, 
Phips Expedition, shipwrecked 
and drowned on coast of Anti- 
costa. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 

Woodman, Clarence E. 130. 

Dorman, William B., 184. 

Scales, John, 272. 

LOOCKERMANS, COVERT. Member, 
Burgher Corps, 1653. Lieutenant 
in New-York Militia, 1670. One 
of the nine men, 1647-1649. 
Schepen, 1657-1660. Indian In 
terpreter, 1658. Indian Commis 
sioner on the Raritan River, 
1663. Led attack on Indians at 
Corlears Hook, 1643. Lieu 
tenant, 1673. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



LOOMIS, JOHN, 1622-1688, Windsor, 
Conn. Deputy, General Court. 

Lloyd, John U., 325. 
LOOMIS, JOSEPH, 1616-1687. Member 
of Windsor Troop of Horse, King 
Philip s War. 

Byington, Charles S., 46. 

Byington, W. W., 46. 

Foote, John C., 311. 
LOOMIS, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1682-1748. 
Conn. Militia, 1723, et seq., Father 
Ralle s War. 

Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 
LOOMIS, CAPTAIN MATTHEW, 1703-1764. 
Bolton, Conn. Ensign, 1752. ist 
Lieutenant, Invasion of Canada, 
1758. Captain, 1761. 

Dickinson, Oliver P., 289. 
LORD, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1611-1662. 
Captain, ist Troop of Horse, 
Colony of Conn., 1657-1658. 
Patentee under the Royal Charter, 
1662. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Lord, Frank H., 84. 

McAllister, Heyward H., 87. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
LORD, LIEUTENANT RICHARD, 1647- 1727. 
Ensign, Lyme, Conn., Train Band, 
1703. Lieutenant, 1708, of New 
London Co. Company, Queen 
Anne s War. 

Culver, Charles M., 52. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 

Sill, Frederick Shroeder, in. 

Kobbe, George C., 257. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 

Wade, James F., 348. 

LORING, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1715 , 

Plympton, Mass. Provincial Forces. 
Commanded a company in Col. 
Joseph Thatcher s Regt., Crown 
Point Expedition, 1755-1756. 

Kingman, Wm. L., 80. 

Noyes, James A., 93, 198. 

Barker, E. Tobey, 177. 

Lawrie, Andrew W., 194. 
LORING, THOMAS, 1668-1717. Lieu 
tenant, Mass. Militia. 

Howe, Herbert M., 143. 
LOTHROP, BARNABAS, 1636-1715. Assis 
tant, Plymouth Court, 1681, et 
seq. Councillor, 1692. 



Tyler, Harry B., 152. 
Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 
LOTHROP, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, Norwich, 

Conn. Ensign, 1740. Lieuten 

ant. 1742; Captain, 1745. 
Ridgely, Charles, 299. 
LOTHROP, JUDGE SAMUEL. Served in 

relief of Uncas, under Lieut. James 

Avery, 1657. 
Ridgley, Charles, 299. 
Hart, Charles N., 370. 
LOTHROP, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL SIMON, 

1689-1774. Commanded a Conn. 

Regt. at Louisburg, 1745. 
Hyde, Edwin F., 76. 
Hyde, Frederick E., 76. 
Hooker, Edward W., 225. 
Hyde, James N., 293. 
LOVEJOY, JOHN, 1690, Andover, Mass. 

Soldier in Capt. Joseph Gardiner s 

Co., Narragansett Campaign. 

Later in Capt. Samuel Brockle- 

bank s Co., at Marlboro, King 

Philip s War. 

Wetherbee, Winthrop, 209. 
LOVEJOY, JOSEPH. Served in Col. John 

Hart s Regt., Crown Point, 1758. 
Haskell, Frederick A., 70. 
Stewart, Henry P., 115. 
LOVETT, DANIEL, Mendon, Mass. Lieu 

tenant, 1730. Captain, 1735. 

Major, 1743. 

Adams, Edward Milton, 285. 
Meacham, Franklin Adams, 295. 
LOVETT, JAMES, Mendon, Mass. Ser 

geant, 1689. Ensign, 1693. 

Lieutenant, 1710. Captain later. 
Meacham, Franklin Adams, 295. 
Low. MAJOR ANTHONY, - 1752. 

Rhode Island Militia, 1726. Dep 

uty, 1713, sixteen terms. 
Beckwith, Warren L., 287. 
Felton, Samuel M., 324. 
Low, CAPTAIN DAVID. Ensign in Mass. 

Militia, 1 746. Afterward Captain 

Essex Militia. 
Low, William G., Jr., 85. 

LOW, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JOHN, 173! 

- , Warwick, R. I. Deputy, 



1 773-74-75 
Felton, S. M., 324. 



. 
STEPHEN, - 



Low, COLONEL STEPHEN, 

Rhode Island. Deputy, 1 746-^7- 
61. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1752. 



Colonel, 1757. 
Felton, Samuel M., 324. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



LOWE, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL HENRY 
i7 7- Commanded the Mi 
litia, St. Mary s Co., 1696. Judge 
Provincial Court of Maryland, 
1697. Deputy, Commissary-Gen 
eral, 1695-1697. 

Browne, Bennet B., 160. 
LUDLOW, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR ROGER, 
1590-1665. Governor s Assistant, 
Mass. Bay Colony, 1 630. Deputy- 
Governor, 1634. Served with 
Mason in Pequot War. Deputy- 
Governor, Conn., 1639. Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Conn. Forces 
in anticipated conflict with the 
Manhattoes and Dutch. 

Shelton, George G., 109. 

Shelton, William A., no. 

Thompson, F. Diodati, 119. 

Thompson, William P., 119. 

Walsh, Samuel A., 125. 

Short, William, 315. 
LUDWELL, GOVERNOR PHILIP. Member 
of the King s Council, 1676-1683. 
Member ofthe Provincial Assem 
bly, 1676-1677. Deputed to raise 
men and horses, Indian War, 1676. 
Proprietory Governor, Province of 
North Carolina, 1693-1697. 

Lee, Edmund J., 145. 
LUMPKIN, WILLIAM. A private in the 
Yarmouth, Mass. Co., 1643. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Johnson, James G., 293. 

Kittredge, Abbott E. , 294. 
Lux, DARBY, 1695-1750. Member of 
the General Assembly of Mary 
land, 1748-1750. 

Wilson, James G., 169. 

Wilson, Marshall G., 170. 

Wilson, William B., 170. 
LYMAN, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1623-1690. 
Was in command after the death 
of Capt. William Turner, of 
Northampton soldiers, "Falls 
Fight" above Deerfield, Mass., 
1676. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 39, 240. 

Collins, Clarence Lyman, 50. 

Haight, Charles S., 68. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

Short, Edward Lyman, 1 10. 

Sanford, George B., 229. 

Lyman, Elias, 280. 

Hammond, Lyman D., 292. 

Wight, William W., 304. 



LYMAN, SERGEANT JOHN, 1684-1753. 
One of Capt. Joseph Hawley s 
Northampton " Snow Shoe Men," 
1708-1709. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 
LYMAN, CAPTAIN JOSHUA, 1704-1777. 
Fourth in command at Fort Dum- 
mer, under Capt. Kellogg, 1728- 
1740. Captain in Col. Israel Wil 
liams Regt., 1757. Also serviced 
in Father Ralle s War. 

Irwin, John V., 77. 

Newman, Clarence E., 92. 
LYNDE, BENJAMIN ? SR., 1666-1745. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, Mass., 1713-36. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

LYNDE, BENJAMIN, JR., 1700-1781. 
Governor s Assistant, Mass., 1737, 
et seq. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

LYNDE, SIMON, 1624-1687. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1658. Clerk and Ser 
geant. Served in King Philip s 
War, 1675. Assistant, 1668-1670. 
Justice of the Superior Court, 1687, 
Colony of Mass. Bay. 

Noyes, Charles P., 93, 345. 

Otis, Philo A., 297. 

Noyes, Daniel B., 345. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 
LYON, WILLIAM, 1729-1809, Carlisle, 
Pa. In the Provincial Military 
service, defence of the Frontier 
against the French and Indians. 
Lieutenant, 1757. In Forbes Ex 
pedition against Fort Duquesne, 
1758. Magistrate in 1 764. 

Lyon, George M., 295. 

MABIE,JAN PIETERSIE, 1725, Albany, 

N. Y. His stone garrison-house 
successfully defended against the 
French and Indians, destruction of 
Schenectady, 1690. Served on all 
the "alarms," and enrolled men 
under Colonial sanction. 
Long, Oscar Fitzallan, 245. 

MACKALL, HON. JAMES, 1670-1716. 
Member Maryland Assembly from 
Calvert Co., 1712-1713. 
Mackenzie, George Norbury, 2d, 164. 
Mackenzie, George N., 3d, 164. 

MACOMBER, CAPTAIN ELIJAH, 1718-1802, 
Taunton, Mass. Ensign, 5th Co., 
3d Regt., Mass. Militia, 1762. 
Captain, 5th Co., 1771. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Foster, F. Apthorp, 186. 
MACPHERSON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1726- 
1792. Commander of the priva 
teer Britannia, of Philadelphia, 
French War, 1757; also Spanish 
War, 1762. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73, 142. 
MACPHERSON, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 
1756-1813. Ensign, 1769. Lieu 
tenant, 1773, and Adjutant of the 
1 6th Regt. Foot, British Army. 
He resigned at beginning of the 
Revolution, and commissioned 
Brevet Major by the Continental 
Congress, 1779, in recognition of 
his services in American inde 
pendence. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73, 142. 
MACY, LIEUTENANT GEORGE, Taunton, 
Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War. Deputy, 1672-1678. 

Miller, Chas. B., 89. 

Miller, Edward C., 89. 

Fisher, Francis P., 290. 
MAHEW, (MAYHEW), 1592-1681. Dep 
uty from Watertown, Mass., Gen 
eral Court, 1636-1637. Governor, 
1647-1681, and Commandei of 
Martha s Vineyard, Province of 
New-York, under commissions 
from Govs. Lovelace and Nichols. 

Thomson, George M., 119. 

Thomson, Girand F., 119. 

Levering, Henry M., 195. 

Daggett, William G., 221. 

Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 

Young, Francis C., 374. 

Woodruff, Edward L., 390. 
MALLARY, ABNER, 1723-1804, Wood- 
bury, Conn. Member of Capt. 
Ebenezer Downs Co., Fort Wil 
liam Henry Expedition, 1757. 

Backus, Brady Electus, 35. 
MALTBY, WILLIAM, - 1710. Cor 
net in New Haven Troop of Horse, 



o , 

Brown, Louis, 44. 
Foster, Reginald L., 62. 
MAN, RICHARD, 1652 - . Served in 

Indian Wars in Conn., and in 

" Narragansett Sortie." 
Banks, David, Jr., 36. 
Mann, Elias P., 86. 
Mann, Francis N., Jr., 86. 
Mann, Matthew D., 86. 
Mann, Charles A., 245. 



Kent, Henry O., 270. 
MANJE, JAN. Wounded, 1643, at Stam 
ford, Conn., in Expedition sent by 
Gov. Kieft against the Indians, 
under Capt. John Underhill, com 
bined Dutch and English Forces. 
Councillor La Montagne sent to 
take his dying deposition. 

Burtis, Peter, 45. 

MANN, THOMAS, 1694. Wounded 

in "Pierce s Fight," 1676. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 1 12. 

Stewart, Jeremiah C., 347. 
MANNING, ENSIGN SAMUEL, 1644-1710. 
Representative, General Court, 
1695-1696. Ensign in the Militia, 
Colony of Mass. 

Dennis, Rodney, 56, 222. 

Leach, J. Granville, 144. 

Manning, William T., 164. 

MANSFIELD, ANDREW, 1623 , Lynn, 

Mass. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1680-1683. 

Watkins, Walter E., 209. 
MANSFIELD, JOSEPH, 1694 . A Mem 
ber of Capt. Appleton s Co. In 
King Philip s War, was in the 
storming of Narragansett Fort. 

Wheaton, Frank, 374. 
MANSFIELD, MAJOR MOSES, 1639-1703, 
New Haven^ Conn. Lieutenant, 
1675. Captain, 1676. Major com 
manding, 1694. Served with dis 
tinction in Indian Wars. Deputy, 
General Court, over twenty years. 
Assistant, 1 69 1 . 

Sclidder, Henry T., 107. 

Cowles, Edmund B., 182. 
Andrew, James S., 217. 

French, William F.,223. 

Huntington, Frederick J., 226. 

Cowles, Calvin D., 241. 
MARIS, GEORGE, 1632-1705. Member 
of Provincial Council, 1695, Prov 
ince of Penn. 

Dulles, Andrew Cheves, 140. 

Taylor, John F., 248. 

Hanna, Chas. A., 332. 
MARSH, LIEUTENANT ALEXANDER, 1628- 
1698. Served in Indian Wars. 
Deputy, 1692. 

Stetson, George R., 248. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 
MARSH, COLONEL EBENEZER, 1701-1773, 
Litchfield, Conn. Ensign, 1738. 
Major, 1741. Lieutenant-Colonel, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1754. Colonel, 1757, 1 3th Conn. 
Regt. Representative forty-eight 
sessions. Judge, County Court. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 
MARSH, JOHN, 1643-1727, Hartford, 
Conn. Served under Major Sav 
age, King Philip s War. Deputy, 
1693. 

Marsh, Henry D., 195. 
MARSH, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1668-1744. 
Lieutenant, Hartford, Conn., 1717. 
Captain, Litchfield, 1722. Com 
manded an expedition against the 
Indians, 1726. Father Ralle s 
War. 

Marsh, Henry D., 195. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 
MARSH, JOHN, 1679-1725. Soldier at 
Deerfield Meadow, 1704, Queen 
Anne s War. Taken captive and 
carried to Montreal. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
MARSH, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, of Lebanon, 
Conn. Ensign, 1757, Lord Lou- 
don s Expedition to Fort Edward. 
Lieutenant, 1761. Captain, 4th 
Co., i2th Conn. Regt., 1763, 
French and Indian War. 

Rogers, James S., 150. 

Stevens, Charles Ellis, 151. 

MARSHALL, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1675. 

Killed in the "Swamp Fight," 
King Philip s War. 

Greene, Richard H., 66. 

Partridge,, Edward L., 96. 

Watson, Charles P., 126. 
MARSHALL,CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1613-1689, 
Lynn, Mass. Captain of Militia 
Co., 1664. Deputy, General 
Court, 1659, et seq. 

Watkins, Walter K., 209. 
MARSHALL, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1730- 
1802. Served in French and 
Indian War, in the Virginia Militia. 
Member House of Burgesses, 1 762- 
1765. 

Thomas, D. H., 118, 168. 

Barton, Randolph, 159. 

Smith, Edwin H., 166. 

Thomas, D. H., Jr., 168. 
MARSHFIELD, SAMUEL, 1 630- 1692, Spring 
field, Mass. Deputy, i68o- 83- 84. 

Foote, John C, 311. 
MARSTON, EPHRAIM, 1655-1742. Rep 
resentative, General Court, New 
Hampshire, 1697, et seq. 



Moulton, John H., 313. 
MARSTON, ISAAC, Hampton, N. H. 

Served in King Philip s War. 
Pearson, Jos. H. S., 200. 
MARSTON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1715-1786. 
Lieutenant in Timothy Ruggles 
Foot Co. , 1 740. Served at Louis- 
burg, 1745. 

Marston, Henry W., 146. 
Marston, John, 146. 
MARSTON, THOMAS, 1615-1690. Rep 
resentative, General Court of Mass. , 
1677, an d General Court of New 
Hampshire, 1680-1684. 
Cadle, Henry, 310. 
Moulton, John H., 313. 
MARTIN, COLONEL JOSIAH, 1698-1778. 
Provincial Aide-de-Camp to the 
Royal Governor, Province of New- 
York, 1757. Member Governor s 
Council, 1759-1761. 
Martin, Jonathan W., 146. 

MARTYN, RICHARD, 1694. Member 

of Gov. Cutt s Council, 1680. 
Member of New Hampshire Legis 
lature and Speaker, 1692. Judge 
of Court of Common Pleas, Chief 
Justice of the Supreme Court of 
Judicature. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
MARVIN, LIEUTENANT REINOLD, 1633- 
1676. Sergeant of Saybrook 
Train Band, 1661. Subsequently 
Lieutenant. Deputy from Lyme, 
1670-1675. 
Frazer, Sheldon, 342. 
MASHER, ENSIGN HUGH, 1633-1713 
Ensign, 1676. Member of Court 
Martial for Trials of Indians charged 
with being engaged in Philip s 
designs. 

Greene, Douglas N., 65. 
MASON, CAPTAIN DAVID, 1726-1794, 
Boston, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1 754. In French and Indian War, 
Lieutenant under Capt. John 
Tapley, of Salem. Commanded a 
battery of six brass pieces at Fort 
William Henry. Gunner in Capt. 
Jeremiah Green s Co., 1758. In 
1763 organized the first Train of 
Artillery in Boston, and was its 
Captain-Lieutenant. 
Bryant, Henry, 180. 
Bryant, Jas S., 180. 
MASON, COLONEL GEORGE, SR. County 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lieutenant, Stafford Co. , Va. ,1675. 
Represented his Co. in Bacon s 
Assembly, 1676. Espoused the 
popular side in the House of Bur 
gesses. Indian Wars, 1675-1684. 

Horner, Wm. M., 73. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T., 101. 

Throckmorton, Charles W., 119. 
MASON, COLONEL GEORGE, JR., 1670- 
1711. Captain of Rangers, 1 699- 
1700. County Lieutenant, Staf 
ford Co., Va., and under Gen. 
Nicholson in Indian Wars. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T., 101. 

Throckmorton, Charles W., 119. 
MASON, COLONEL GEORGE, 3d, 1690- 
1735. County Lieutenant, Staf 
ford Co., Va., 1719. Member 
Assembly, 1718-1728. Burgess, 
1718-1726. Member of the 
Knights of the Golden Horse Shoe 
Expedition under Gov. Spotswood. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T., 101. 

Throckmorton, Charles W., 119. 
MASON, CAPTAIN HUGH, 1605-1678, 
Watertown, Mass. Lieutenant, 
1645. Captain, 1652-1678. Dep 
uty, 1635, et seq. Member 
Council of War, 1676. Com 
mander of Volunteers against 
Manhattoes, 1664. Commanded 
his company in the " Sudbury 
Fight," King Philip s War. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Woodworth, A. J., 131. 

Ayer, James B., 177. 

Brown, Francis H., 180. 

Brown, Otis, 180. 

Learned, Francis Mason, 194. 

Merriam, Frank, 196. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 

Mason, Theodorus B. M., 245. 

White, John B., 316. 
MASON, JAMES, 1625-1667. Member of 
Governor s Council, Colony of 
Virginia, 1652-1654. 

Cleeman, Richard A., 138. 
MASON, MAJOR JOHN, 1600-1672. Lieu 
tenant under Sir Thomas Fairfax 
in the Netherlands. Commanded 
the Forces in Pequot War, 1637. 
Assistant, 1642-1660. Patentee 
and Deputy-Governor of Conn, 
under Royal Charter, 1662. Dep 
uty-Governor, 1660-1670. Com 



missioner for United Colonies, 
1647-1661. Commander-in-Chief 
of Military Forces of the Colony; 
organized the first Troop of Horse, 
1657-1658. 

Bissell, Eugene, 41. 

Brown, Geo. L., 44. 

Davison, Chas. Mason, 54. 

Davison, John M., 54. 

Dewey, George A., 56. 

Hart, George W., 70. 

Hillhouse, Francis, 72. 

Kennedy, Elijah R., 80. 

Price, Henry R., 100. 

Symonds, Charles S., 117. 

Watson, William H., 126. 

Whitney, Drake, 128. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 

Rogers, James S., 150. 

Stevens, Charles Ellis, 151. 

Thomas, Arthur C., 207. 

Bunce, Jonathan B., 219. 

Turner, Luther G., 232. 

Metcalf, William P., 246. 

Tyler, Mason W., 258. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Fitch, Winchester, 324. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 
MATHER, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1686- 
1749, Lyme, Conn. Lieutenant 
of the ist Co., 1738. 

Smith, G. Mather, 112. 

Smith, Lewis Bayard, 112. 
MATTHEWS, ROGERS. Lieutenant Md. 
Militia, defence against Indians, 
1694. 

Hall, William C., 243. 

MATTOON, PHILIP, 1696. Served 

under Major Appleton s Narra- 
gansett Campaign. Also under 
Capt. Turner, Great Falls Fight. 

Foote, Horace A , 62. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 
MAURY, JAMES, 1717-1769. Chaplain, 
1756, in Militia of Louisa Co., 
Va., under Col. Washington, cam 
paign against Fort Duquesne. 

Nichols, Maury, 92. 
MAVERICK, SERGEANT ELIAS, 1604-1684, 
Rumney Marsh, Roxbury, Mass. 
A. & H, A. Co., 1654. Sergeant, 
1658. 

Brown, David H., 180. 
MAXWELL, CAPTAIN HUGH. French and 
Indian Wars, 1755-1764. Pris 
oner at Fort William Henry, 1756. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lieutenant, Co. of Foot, Col. 

Joseph Ingersoll s Regt., 1762. 
Maxwell, Francis T., 227. 
MAYBERRY, WILLIAM, , New Mar- 

blehead (Windham), Me. Served 

under Capts. Berry, 1 747, and Hills, 

1748-1749; also under Sergt. 

Thomas Chute, 1747, French and 

Indian War. 
Bodge, George M., 179. 
MAYNARD, JONATHAN, 1717-1782, Fram- 

ingham, Mass. Sentinel in Capt. 

Brown s Co., 1747. 
Hosmer, Jerome C, 190. 
MAYNARD, CAPTAIN MOSES, 1697-1782, 

Sudbury, Mass. Captain, ist Foot 

Co., Alarm List, 1757. 
Stearns, Albert H., 205. 
MAYO, JOHN. A member of "Barnsta- 

ble Co.," Plymouth Colony, Lieut. 

Thomas Dymoke, 1643-1644. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
Sears, Walter J., 109. 
Johnson, James G., 293. 
Kittredge, Abbott E., 294. 
Mayo, Charles E., 344. 
MAYO, JOHN, 1 656- 1 726, Harwich, Mass. 

Representative, General Court, six 

years. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 
MAYO, JOHN, 1737-1792. Member of 

Virginia House of Burgesses from 

Chesterfield Co., 1769, it seq., 

and Henrico Co., 1772. Member 

of Convention, 1775. 
Rose, Erskine Mayo, 362. 
Thorn, C. Erskine, 363. 
MAYO, SAMUEL. Member " Barnstable 

Co.," Plymouth Colony, Lieut. 

Thomas Dymoke, 1643-1644. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
Sears, Walter J., 109. 
Johnson, James G., 294. 
Lombard, Josiah L., 295. 
MAYO, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1684-1744. 

Major, 1730. Colonel, 1740, 

Goochland Co. Troop, Provincial 

Forces of Virginia. 
Mayo, Edward C., 87, 262. 
Crutcher, Edwin R., 310. 
MCCARTY, DANIEL. Burgess, West 
moreland Co. , Va. , 1 706. Speaker, 

House of Burgesses, 1715-1720. 
Throckmorton, Chas. W., 119. 
MCCLARY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1719-1801. 

Soldier in Capt. Joseph Thomas 



Co. of Scouts, relief of Epsom, 
1747; under orders from Gov. Ben- 
ning Wentworth. Captain of 
New Hampshire Provincial Militia. 
Bangs, Charles McClary, 267. 
Bangs, Frederick L., 267. 

McCoNNELL, ROBERT, 1 707- 1771. Lieu 
tenant in Provincial Forces, Penn., 
1757-1758. Private in Capt. 
Armstrong s Co. of Rangers, 1755- 
1756. At Kittanning, 1756. Fort 
McConnell, Cumberland Co., 
named after him, 1764. 
Kunkel, Roberts., 81. 
Liggett, Sidney B., 146. 

McDouoALL, GENERAL ALEXANDER, 1 732- 
1 786, commanded the Tiger and 
Earrington, sailing out of New- 
York under letters of marque, 
French War, 1 756. 
Hawkes, E. McDougall, 71. 

MCDOWELL, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1716 

. Lieutenant of Augusta 

Co., Va., French and Indian War, 
1754-1763. 
Jordan, Scott, 294. 

MCDOWELL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1742. 

Surveyed Augusta Co., Va., 1734. 
Killed in the battle with the In 
dians at Timber Ridge Church. 
Matthews, Albert, 326. 

MCDOWELL, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1715 . 

Captain of Militia, Frederick Co. , 
Va. Participated in Border as 
well as French and Indian Wars. 
Matthews, Albert, 326. 

MCDOWELL, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, SR., 1 735- 
1817. Private, Capt. Sam l Lewis 
Co., Augusta Co., Va., Braddock s 
defeat. In Dunmore s War in 
Col. Chas. Lewis Regt., and at 
Point Pleasant was in command 
of his Co. Was Captain of a Co. 
of Scouts against the Shawnees. 
For his services was given a grant 
of land in Kentucky. Member 
House of Burgess, 1 765- 1 773 . 
McDowell, Henry, 355. 
McDowell, Edw. C. J., 355. 

MclNTiRE, EBENEZER, 1770-1776. Sol 
dier in Capt. Richard Dresser s 
Co., Col. Chandler s Regt., relief 
of Fort William Henry. 
Mclntire, Chas. J., 195. 

MCINTOSH, CAPTAIN JOHN MOHR, 1700- 
1 76 1 , Mclntosh Co. , Ga. Captain, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Highland Light Infantry, under 
Gen. Oglethorpe, against the 
Spaniards, 1740. Wounded and 
captured at Fort Moosa, Florida, 
after a gallant fight, and sent a 
prisoner to Spain. 
Winston, Fred. H., 304. 
McKEAN, THOMAS, 1734-1817, Dela 
ware. Member of Assembly, 
1762-1779. Delegate to the Stamp 
Act Congress in New-York, 1765. 
Speaker of the Assembly, 1772. 
Delegate, Continental Congress, 
1774-1783. 

Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 
McKiM, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1710- 
1 786. Lieutenant of Militia, Upper 
Regt. from Brandywine Hundred, 
Delaware, 1756. 
Patterson, James Wilson, 165. 
Wilson, James G., 169. 
Wilson, Marshal G., 170. 
Wilson, William B., 170. 
MCLELLAN, HUGH, 1710-1787. Served 
in defence of Narragansett, 
No. 7, French and Indian War, 

745- 

Foster, Howell, 62. 

MCNEIL, CAPTAIN ARCHIBALD, Litch- 
field, Conn. Ensign, Col. Phineas 
Lyman s loth Conn. Regt., Lord 
Loudon s Expedition, Fort Ed 
ward, 1757. Captain, Col. John 
Reed s Regt., 1758, and Captain, 
Col. David Wooster s Regt., 
Crown Point, 1759. Expedition 
against Canada, 1 760. Col. Nathan 
Whiting s Regt. , Expedition against 
Montreal, 1 76 1, same Regt., Expe 
dition against Havana and the 
Spanish West Indies, 1762. 

Noble, Henry Harmon, 93. 
MCPHERSON, CAPTAIN ROBERT, 3d Bat 
talion, Colonial Forces of Penn., 
1 758 Member Provincial Assem 
bly. 

Stevenson, Wm. P., 114. 

Russell, Alexander W., 150. 

McWiLLiAM, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 

1781. Captain of a Co. of Foot, 
Delaware Militia, 1757. 

Pearce, Thomas D., 149. 
MEAD, CORPORAL SYLVAS, 1728-1781. 
French and Indian Wars, 1 759. 

Mead, Spencer P., 88. 
MEEKINS, THOMAS, SR., 1687, 



Braintree, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1644. 

Meekins, Edward M., 196. 
Dickinson, Frederick, 289. 
MEEKINS, THOMAS, JR., 1643-1675, 
Hadley, Mass. In detachment of 
Scouts during the attack on Had 
ley, King Philip s War. Killed 
in service. 

Meekins, Edward M., 196. 
MEIGS, CAPTAIN JANNA, 1672-1739, 
Guilford, Conn. Captain, 1717. 
Deputy, 1716-1718. 
Clarke, Edward Smith, 49. 
Wilcox, Reynold W., 129. 
Chittenden, Edward A., 278. 
Fletcher, Truman C., 279. 
MELVIN, JOHN, of Charlestown, Mass. 
Member of Capt. Joseph Sill s Co., 
King Philip s War, 1675. 
Melville, Henry, 88. 
MELYN, CORNELIS, 1602 . Presi 
dent, Council of " Eight-Men," 
1643, Province of New Nether- 
land. 

Houston, Wm. C., Jr., 143. 
MELYN, JACOB, 1640-1706. Member of 
Co. of Foot at Esopus, 1660, Capt. 
Dirck Schmitt. Captain and Dep 
uty, Elizabeth Town, 1673-1674, 
Dutch Restoration. 
Outfield, Howard, 58. 
Ames, Louis A., 254. 
MERCER, GENERAL HUGH, 1720-1777. 
Served in French and Indian War, 
1755, and in Braddock s Expedi 
tion to Fort Duquesne. Lieut. - 
Colonel under Gen. John Forbes 
at Pittsburgh. 
Tucker, Beverly, 372. 
MEREDITH, CAPTAIN SAMUEL. Captain 
in Col. William Byrd s Regt., 
"Old French War." 
Walker, Gustavus A., 125, 263. 
Rose, Hiram H., 299. 
Rose, Landon C., 299. 
Jones, David M., 354. 
Jones, Paul, 354. 

MERIWETHER, NICHOLAS, 1647-1744. 
Burgess for New-Kent Co., Va., 
1702-1714. 

Meriwether, Hunter McKeand, 313. 

MERRIAM, JOHN, 1729-1798, Concord, 

Mass. Private, ist Foot Co. of 

Sudbury, 1757, Capt. Moses May- 

nard. Served in the Expedition 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



against Canada, 1759, under Ma 
jor-General Amherst. 
Willis, Henry A., 211. 
MERRICK, WILLIAM. Member of the 
"Duxbury Co.," Plymouth Col 
ony, Capt. Myles Standish, 1642- 
1644. 

Sears, Walter]., 109. 
Merrick, Frederick L., 295. 
MERRIMAN, LIEUTENANT CALEB, 1707- 
1770. Ensign, 1749. Lieutenant, 
1 756. Wallingford, Conn. 
Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 
MERRIMAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1659-1742, 
Wallingford, Conn. Lieutenant, 
1704. Captain, 1712. Deputy, 
1697-1715. 

Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 
MERRIMAN, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL. Ser 
geant of Militia, New Haven, 1665. 
Lieutenant at Wallingford, 1672. 
Captain of Troop for New Haven 
Co., 1675. Served in Pequot and 
King Philip s Wars. 
Grouse, Daniel N., 52. 
Johnson, Joseph H., 78. 
Johnson, S. Albeit, 78. 
Johnson, Edward H., 143. 
Elton, John P., 222. 
Ives, Marvin A., 293. 

MERRY, CORNELIUS, about 1620 , of 

Northampton, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 
Lloyd, John Uri, 326. 
MERWIN, MILES, 1721-1 786. Lieutenant, 
loth Conn. Troop of Horse, 1764. 
Merwin, Walter L., 147. 
METCALF, ELEAZER, 1653-1706, Wrent- 

ham, Mass. Ensign, 1680. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Farrington, Robt. I., 341. 
Hill, Henry B., 342. 
Whipple, Charles H., 349. 
Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
MIDDLETON, GOVERNOR ARTHUR, 1681- 
1737. Commissioner to Virginia, 
1715. Member and Speaker of 
the Commons. President of the 
Convention of 1719. Member and 
President of the Council, and 
Royal Governor, 1725-1730, Prov 
ince of South Carolina. 
Norris, Charles C. P., 148. 
Middleton, John Izard, 165. 
MIDDLETON, EDWARD, 1685. Mem 
ber of the Grand Council, 1678- 



1684, Province of South Carolina. 
Norris, Charles C. P., 148. 
Middleton, John Izard, 164. 
MIDDLETON, THE HONORABLE HENRY, 
1717-1784. Member and Presi 
dent of the Council, Province of 
South Carolina. President of Con 
gress, 1774. 

Norris, Charles C. P., 148. 
Middleton, John Izard, 165. 
MIFFLIN, JOHN, 1714-1759. Commis 
sioner, defence of the Province of 
Penn., 1745. Member Provincial 
Council, 1752. Member of In 
dian Conference of Easton, 1757. 
Mifflin, William, 147. 

MIGHILL, STEPHEN, 1651 , Rowley, 

Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War. 

Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 
MILES, JOHN, 1644-1704. Ensign in 
command of New Haven soldiers 
in garrisoning Westfield, Mass., 
1675. Lieutenant under Major 
Robert Treat, Great Swamp Fight. 
Captain of New Haven Co., 
" Wood Creek " Expedition, 1693, 
King William s War. 
O Conor, John C., 94. 
Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 
Pond, Winthrpp, 99. 
Baldwin, William L., 217. 
Pond, Nicholas M., 228. 
Sanford, George B., 229. 
Wylie, David S., 258. 
MILLER, ABRAHAM, 1735-1815. Non 
commissioned Officer in the Penn. 
Militia, French and Indian War. 
Akers, Matthew L., 354. 
MILLER, LIEUTENANT JOHN GEORGE, 
1715-1762. Lieutenant in Col. 
James Burd s Regt., Provincial 
Forces, 1760. 
Egle, William Henry, 140. 

MILLER, LIEUTENANT ROBERT, 1715 , 

of Lyme, Conn. Ensign, 1755. 
Lieutenant, 1756. 
Marsh, George S., 295. 
MINER, ENSIGN CLEMENT, 1640-1700, 
New London, Conn. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. Ensign, 1 692- 
1695. 

Stout, John K., 363. 
MINER (MINOR), THOMAS, 1608-1690, 
Pequot [New London], Conn. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Sergeant, 1649. Deputy, General 
Court, 1650-1651, et seq. Cap 
tain, King Philip s War. Chief 
Military Officer at Mystic, 1665. 

Miner, Edward G., Jr., 89. 

Dennison, Ira W., 242. 

Miner, Charles E., 280. 

Otis, Joseph E., Jr., 297. 

Fletcher, Paris, 341. 

Abbott, Everton J., 338. 

Stout, John K., 363. 
MINOR, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1634-1719, 
Woodbury, Conn. Captain, 1684. 
Indian Commissioner and Inter 
preter. Deputy Geneial Court for 
Stratford and Woodbury, 1667- 
1710. Served in the French and 
Indian Wars of 1707-1708. 

Beach, Bennett S., 37. 

Minor, John C., 89. 

Robinson, Frederick M., 103. 

Treadwell, George C., 120. 

Judson, William V., 193. 

Abbott, Everton J., 338. 
MINOR, COLONEL JOSEPH, 1673-1774, 
Woodbury, Conn. Ensign, 1712. 
Lieutenant, 1720. Captain, 1724. 
Colonel, 1745. Deputy. 

Beach, Bennett S., 37. 
MINOR, CAPTAIN MATTHEW, 1708-1778, 
Woodbury, Conn. Ensign, 1747. 
First Lieutenant, 1754. Captain, 

1757- 

Abbott, Everton J., 338. 
MINOR, SETH Served in Capt. 
Ebenezer Downs Co., relief of 
Fort William Henry, 1757. 

Minor, John C., 89. 
MINOT, GEORGE, 1 594- 1 67 1, Dorchester, 
Mass. Deputy to General Court, 
1635-1636. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 

Hunt, Henry W., 192. 

Minot, Joseph G., 196. 
MINOT, CORNET GEORGE, 1703-1744. 
Cornet of Dorchester Troop of 
Horse, 1741, succeeding Estes 
Hatch, Gen. Miller s ist Regt. of 
Horse. 

Hunt, Henry W., 192. 

Minot, Joseph G., 196. 
MINOT, COLONEL JAMES, 1694-1759. 
Concord, Mass., Militia, 1684, 
held a military commission thirty 
years. Colonel, 1 756, French and 
Indian War. 



Mitchell, William A., 89. 
MINOT, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1653-1735, 
Concord, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1700-1701. Captain, 1684. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 

Brown, Otis S., 180. 

Moore, George H., 296. 

Swain, William C., 394. 
MINOT, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1730-1805. 
i st Lieutenant, South Independent 
Co., Dorchester, Mass. Capt. 
Ebenezer Withington, at Castle 
William, 1768. 

Hunt, Henry W., 192. 

Minot, Joseph G., 196. 
MITCHELL, EXPERIENCE, 1609-1689, 
Duxbury, Mass. Member Militia, 
1643. 

Washburne, Hempstead, 303. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 

MITCHELL, ENSIGN JACOB, 1675. 

Killed by Indians on his way to 
the garrison at Dartmouth, Mass. 

Goddard, Lester O., 291. 

Howard, Charles E. N., 343. 
MITCHELL, MATTHEW, 1590-1645. Dep 
uty, General Court, 1637, which 
voted that "There shalbe an of 
fensive warr against the Pequoitt." 
Assistant, 1638. Served in gar 
rison at Say brook Fort under Lieut. 
Lion Gardiner, Pequot War. In 
encounter with the Indians on the 
Conn. River, 1636. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 39. 

Judson, William P., 79. 

Mitchell, William A., 89. 

Noble, Henry Harmon, 93. 

Judson, William V., 193. 

Smith, Robert A., 247. 
MITCHELL, LIEUTENANT MATTHEW, 1 709- 
1792. 2d Lieutenant, Capt. 
Ebenezer Downs Co., Fort Wil 
liam Henry Alarm, 1757. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 39, 240. 
MOALE, JOHN, 1695-1740. Member 
Lower House of Assembly, Md., 
from Baltimore Co., 1735, et seq. 

Moale, William A., 165. 

Vickers, William H., 169. 
MOFFETT, COLONEL GEORGE, 1735-1801. 
Captain of Militia, Augusta Co., 
Va., before 1764, later Colonel. 
Took active part in French and 
Indian Wars. 

Matthews, Albert, 326. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



MOFFETT, JOHN, 1708-1744, Augusta 
Co., Va. Lieutenant of Militia, 
1742. 

Jordan, Scott, 294. 
Matthews, Albert, 326. 
MONROE, WILLIAM, 1669-1759, Lexing 
ton, Mass. Ensign of Militia. 
Baker, Frank, 286. 

MONSALL, JOHN, (or MOUSALL) 1 665, 

Charlestown, Mass. Deputy, 
General Court, 1635. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1641. 
Goshorn, Edwin C., 324. 
MONTAGUE, PETER. Member House of 
Burgesses for Lancaster Co., Va., 
1651-1659. 

Robertson, Henry M., 103. 
Hays, Edgar C., 312. 
Caine, Paul, 354. 

MOONEY, CAPTAIN HERCULES, of Col. 
Messervey s Regt. at siege of Fort 
William Henry. Afterwards Col 
onel of a New Hampshire Regt., 
Continental Army. 
Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 
Pond, Nicholas, 229. 

MOORE, GOVERNOR JAMES, 1709. 

Commanded the first military ex 
pedition against the Spaniards in 
St. Augustine, 1702. 
Waring, Thomas P., 386. 

MOORE, REVEREND JOHN, 1657. 

Deputy and Commissioner in Mass. 
Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 
MOORE, JOHN, JR. ,1645-1 700. Assis 
tant, 1696-1698, Colony of 
Conn. 
Hayden, Horace E., 142. 

MOORE, ENSIGN JOHN, 1702? Sud- 

bury and Lancaster, Mass. Ser 
geant, 1670. Ensign, 1689. In 
garrison, 1676, etseq. Represen 
tative, 1689-1690. 
Poole, Chas., 298. 

MOORE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1686-1713. 
Captain of Militia, N. Y. City, 
1 738. Member of Council, 1 745- 
1749. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 
MOORE, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1662-1717. 
Commissioned, 1689. Captain of 
Militia, Newtown, L. I. Served 
under Major Thomas Lawrence, 
after the burning of Schenectady. 
Moore, Albert R., 344. 
MOORE, SAMUEL. Lieutenant of ist 



Co., Salisbury, Mass., 1752. Cap 
tain, 1756. 

Averill, Henry K., 34. 
MOORE, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1699-1780. 
Of Moore Hall. Colonel, ist 
Associated Regt., Chester Co. 
Militia, Province of Penn., French 
and Indian War, 1747-1748, and 

755- 

Bellas, Henry Hobart, 137. 

Brinton, Ward, 138. 

Smith, William R., 151. 
MORGAN, HENRY. Sheriff of Kent Co. , 
Md., and Commander of Militia, 
1648. Commissioner for Kent 
Island, and assistant to the Com 
mander, 1652-1654. Member 
Lower House of Legislature, 1659. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
MORGAN, ISAAC, 1652-1706. Took 
part in the Falls Fight, 1676, under 
Capt. William Turner. 

Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN JACOB, 1716-1792. 
Captain. 1759-1765. French and 
Indian Wars, Provincial Forces of 
Penn. 

Wetherill, Alex. M., 128, 355. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 
MORGAN, JAMES, SR., 1607-1685, Gro- 
ton, Conn. Granted land for ser 
vice in Pequot War. 

Morgan, George D., 90. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1645-1712, 
Groton, Conn. Lieutenant, 1692. 
Captain, 1714-1730 Indian Com 
missioner and Deputy, General 
Court, 1690; from Preston, 1693- 
1694. 

Morgan, James Henry, 90. 

Morgan, William H., 90. 

Sanger, Joseph P., 247. 

Morgan, Wm. Fellowes, 257. 

Richardson, William E., 346. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1667-1746, 
Groton, Conn. Lieutenant, ist 
Co., 1692. Captain, 1714. 

Brookfield, H. M., 43. 

Heilner, George C., 71. 
MORGAN, SERGEANT JOSEPH, Brimfield, 
Mass. Sergeant in 2d campaign 
against Louisburg, 1758-1759. 

Morgan, Appleton, 90. 
MORGAN, JOSEPH, 1702-1773. "Sen 
tinel " in Capt. Josiah Kellogg s 
Co., Suffield, 1723-1724, and in 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Capt. Wright s Co., Brookfield, 
1725. 

Goodwin, James J., 65, 223. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1736-1813. 
Served in Seven Years War. Capt. 
Benjamin Day s Co., Crown Point, 
1755. Sergeant in same in Canada, 
1758. Captured and included in 
the Capitulation of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. Capt. John Ban 
croft s Co., Invasion of Canada. 
Captain in Revolution. 

Goodwin, James J., 65, 223. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN MILES, 1616-1699. 
Built a block house and stockade 
which he defended against the In 
dians at the sacking of Springfield, 
Mass., 1675. 

Goodwin, James J., 65, 223. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 

Wood, Charles M., 328. 

Wood, Ephraim M., 328. 
MORGAN, CAPTAIN THEOPHILUS, 1703- 
1766. Commanded ist Co. of 
Killingworth, Conn., 1756, French 
and Indian War. 

Morgan, William H., 90. 
MORRIS, ANTHONY, 2d, 1654-1721. 
Member of Provincial Council of 
Penn., 1695-1697. Justice Su 
preme Court, 1694. 

Collins, Henry H., Jr., 139. 

Davids, Richard W., 139. 

Mifflin, William, 147. 

Morris, Frederic W., 147. 

Tyson, Anthony Morris, 169. 

Tyson, Matthew S., 169. 

Draper, T. Wain-Morgan, 369. 
MORRIS, ANTHONY, JR., 1682-1762. 
Member Provincial Assembly, 
Penn., 1722-1724. 

Collins, Henry Hill, Jr., 139. 

Mifflin, William, 147. 
MORRIS, CHARLES, 1711-1781. Cap 
tain at Minas and Grand Pre, 
1746-1747, under Noble. Sur 
veyor-General of Nova Scotia. 
Councillor, 1755-1774. 

Mclntire, Chas. Jno., 195. 
MORRIS, LIEUTENANT EDWARD, ist, 1630- 
1689, Roxbury, Mass. Deputy to 
General Court, 1677-1687. First 
Military Officer of Woodstock, 
Conn. (New Roxbury, Mass.) 



Strong, Richard P., 167. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 

Hammond, Lyman D., 292. 

Christian, George C, 340. 
MORRIS, LIEUTENANT EDWARD, 3d, 1688- 
1769, New Roxbury, Mass., 
(Woodstock, Conn.), French and 
Indian Wars. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 
MORRIS, HONORABLE LEWIS, 1671-1746. 
Chief-Justice of New-York, 1720- 
1738. ist Governor, Province of 
New Jersey, 1738-1746. 

Akerly, Samuel M., 33. 

Carnochan, G. Morris, 47. 

Morris, Lewis, 90. 

Norwood, Lewis Morris, 93. 
MORRIS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM. New-York 
City Militia. 1701. Member of 
the Council, New Jersey, 1713. 

Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 
MORSE, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1649-1^18. 
Medfield Co., Mass. Militia. De 
fended the town against King 
Philip and five hundred of his 
warriors, 1675. Deputy, General 
Court from Sherborn. 

Morse, Waldo Grant, 91. 

Hill, Lew Cass, 190. 
MORSE, JOSHUA, 1653-1692, Newbury, 
Mass. Soldier, acting as drummer 
in Capt. Thomas Noyes Co. , 1 689. 

Morse, Charles A., 196. 
MORTON, SERGEANT EPHRAIM, 1623- 
1693. Lieutenant of Plymouth 
Colony Militia, 1664. Member 
of Council of War, 1671. 

Bowers, Henry, 42. 

Levering, Henry M., 195. 
MORTON, NATHANIEL, 1613-1710. 
Secretary, Plymouth Colony, 
1645-1685. Member of Council 
of War, 1671, that deliberated 
upon the Awashonk uprising. 

Danforth, Allan, 183. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Van Dyke, Harry W., 248. 

Evans, George F., 268. 
MOSELEY, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1 640- 1 690. 
Lieutenant, Westfield Co. of Foot,, 
King Philip s War. 

Wight, William W., 395. 
MOSELEY, SERGEANT INCREASE, 1663- 
1690, Dorchester, Mass. Capt. 
John Withington s Co., Phips" 
Expedition, 1690. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Moseley, John G., 197. 
MOSELEY (MAUDESLEY), LIEUTENANT JOHN, 
1640-1690. Lieutenant, West- 
field Co. of Foot, King Philip s 
War. 

Maynard, George C., 245. 

Wight, Wm. Ward, 304, 394. 
MOSELEY, JOSIAH, 1748-1826. In Capt. 
James Noble s Co., Col. Easton s 
Regt. , Expedition to Canada, 1775. 

Maynard, George C., 245. 
MOSELEY, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1641-1680, 
Mass. Commanded Expedition 
against the Dutch pirates, 1675, and 
captured two of their vessels. Cap 
tain of an Independent Co. of Vol 
unteers, King Philip s War. 

Harris, Charles, 189. 
MOSELEY, REVEREND SAMUEL, 1708- 
1 791 . Chaplain to Gov. Belcher at 
Castle William, Boston Harbor, 
1 730. 

Moseley, Edward A., 246. 

MOSES, JOHN, 1683, Windsor, 

Conn. Served in Major John Ma 
son s Troop of Horse, in Indian 
Wars against King Philip and the 
Narragansetts. 

Moses, Zebina, 246. 

Moss, JOHN, 1604-1707, New Haven 
and Wallingford, Conn. Signed 
the original compact, 1643. 
Trooper under Major John Mason. 
Representative, 1667-1673. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 

Ives, Marvin A., 293. 

Lloyd, John U., 326. 
MOULTON, JOHN, Hampton, N. H. 
Served in King Philip s War. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
MOULTON, JACOB, 1688-1751, Hamp 
ton, N. H. Served under Capt. 
John Gilman, 1710. 

Moulton, George M., 296. 
MOULTON, ENSIGN JOHN, 1638-1705, 
Hampton, N. H. Soldier in King 
Philip s War. Ensign, 1690. 

Pearson, Joseph H. S., 200. 

Moulton, George H., 296. 
MOULTON, GENERAL JONATHAN, 1726- 
1797, Hampton, N. H. Served 
under Capt. John Ladd, 1757. 
Lieut. -Colonel, 3d Regt. of Militia, 
1760; afterward Colonel. 

Moulton, George M., 297. 
MULLINS, MATTHEW. Served in the 



Virginia Militia, against the French 
and Indians. 

Quisenberry, A. C., 355. 
MUMFORD, THOMAS, 1656-1726. Dep 
uty from Kingston, R. I., 1701. 

Mumford, James G., 197. 
MUMFORD, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1706- 
1 764, Groton, Conn. Lieutenant, 
New London Co. Troop, 1728. 
Captain, 1736. 

Mumford, James G., 197. 
MUNNING, GEORGE, 1597-1658, Boston, 
Mass. Granted ^ for the loss of 
his eye in country s service on the 
voyage to Block Island, 1636. 

Hill, LewCass, 189. 

MUNN, BENJAMIN, 1765. Served 

under Major John Mason in the 
Pequot War. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
MUNROE, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1666-1753, 
Lexington, Mass. Lieutenant. 
Granted land in 1735 for heroic 
service rendered at the Indian fight 
at Lamprey s River, 1 690. 

Winship, William H., 211. 
MUNROE, WILLIAM, Lexington, 1669- 
1 759. Ensign in Militia. 

Rice, Henry B., 202. 

Baker, Frank, 286. 

MUNSON, ENSIGN SAMUEL, 1643-1693, 
Wallingford, Conn. Ensign, King 
Philip s War. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

Meyer, Albert J., 92. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Story, Joseph G., 115. 

Munson, C. La Rue, 148. 

Hartley, Isaac S., 189. 
MUNSON, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1612-1685. 
Served in the Pequot War under 
Mason as Sergeant, 1642. Ensign, 
1661-1664. Lieutenant, 1664- 
1 676. Served under Treat in King 
Philip s War. Captain, 1676. 
New Haven Co. Militia. 

Bushnell, Clarence M., 45. 

Foote, Horace A., 61. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

Hartley, George D., 70. 

Myer, Albert J., 92. 

Rogers, Charles B., 103. 

Story, Henry G., 115. 

Story, Joseph G., 115. 

Munson, C. La Rue, 148. 

Hartley, Isaac S., 189. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Heaton, John E., 225. 

Candee, Henry S., 310. 

Brewer, William A., 359. 

Tuttle, Joseph F., Jr., 372. 
MURDOCK, MAJOR JOHN, 1706-1778. 
Lieutenant, 1747. Captain, ioth 
Co., 7th Conn. Regt., 1749. 
French and Indian War, 1758. 



Major, 1766. 
Smith, Philip S., 112. 



MURDOCK, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1698- 
1 769. Captain of Troop of Horse, 
5th Regt. of Conn., 1741. 
Murdock, Joseph B., 405. 
MURRAY, GENERAL SETH, 1736-1795. 
Col. Isaac Williams Regt., Old 
French War. Colonel and Briga 
dier General, Revolutionary War. 
Foster, Reginald L., 62. 

NASH, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, Duxbury, 
Mass. Private, Lieut. Wm. 
Holmes Co., against Pequot In 
dians, 1637. Sheriff of Plymouth 
Colony, 1652. Chief Marshall of 
General Court, 1652. Deputy, 
General Court, 1653. Member of 
Council of War, 1658. 

Kingman, William L., 80. 

Thompson, Gilbert, 248. 

Butter, George, 288. 

Sampson, Clark H., 314. 
NEALE, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1615-1684. 
Member Provincial Council, 1643, 
et seq. Member House of Bur 
gesses, 1666. Commissioner of 
the Treasury, 1643. Attorney of 
Lord Baltimore at Amsterdam to 
protest against the seating of the 
Dutch and Swedes on the Dela 
ware River. Captain by Lord 
Baltimore, 1661, to raise troops 
against the Dutch. 

Brice, Philip H., 137. 

Brent, Joseph L., 159. 

Browne, Bennet B., 159. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

Keyser, Robert Brent, 163. 

Mackenzie, George N., 164. 

Paca, John P., 165. 

Smith, Thomas M., 166. 

Fleet, Alexander F., 311. 
NELSON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1654-1734. 
Headed the Bostonians at the at 
tack on Gov. Andros, 1689. 
Captured in 1 69 1 , taken to Quebec, 



whence he sent important informa 
tion to the Government of Mass. 
Bay regarding a proposed attack. 
His two messengers shot before 
his eyes and he sent a prisoner to 
France. Confined in a dungeon 
of the Chateau of Angouleme for 
two years, and in the Bastile, 
eight. 

Broome, George C., 43. 
NELSON, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1711- 
1772. President of Council, 
Dominion of Virginia and Gover 
nor. 

Page, S. Davis, 149. 

Moffett, Davius L., 355. 
NEVIL, COLONEL JAMES, 1728-1784. 
Captain of the Albemane Co., 
Virginia Militia, 1757-1758. 
French and Indian Wars. Major, 
Amherst Co. Troops, 1761. 
Lieut. Colonel, 1764. Colonel, 
1769. 

Vaughn, George T., 249. 

NEWBERRY, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 

1684, Windsor, Conn. Deputy 
twenty-two sessions. Governor s 
Assistant, 1685. Member Coun 
cil of War. Captain in King 
Philip s War. 

Day, Robert W., 55. 

Orne, Henry M., 94. 

Wight, Wm.Ward, 304, 395. 

Weaver, Clinton H., 381. 
NEWBERRY, THOMAS. Deputy to General 
Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 1634-35. 

Wetherill, Charles, 153. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 221. 
NEWCOMB, LIEUTENANT ANDREW, 1640- 
1708, Edgartown, Mass. Lieu 
tenant, 1691 ; in command of the 
fortification there. 

Graves, Albert M., 292. 

Newcomb, Geo. W., 297. 
NEWCOMB, ISAAC. Private under Capt. 
Richard Thayer, Mass. Troops, 

! 747- 

Newcomb, George Amos, 313. 
NEWGATE, JOHN, 1580-1665. Deputy, 

Mass. General Court, 1638. 
Dorr, Dalton, 140. 
NEWELL (NEWHALL), JOSEPH, 1658 . 

Soldier in Major Thomas Savage s 

Co., Lieut. Benj. Gillam, Mount 

Hope Campaign. 
Newhall, James S., 197. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



NEWLIN, NICHOLAS, 1699. Mem 
ber of Provincial Council of Penn., 
1685. 

Lewis, David, 146. 
Platt, Franklin, 149. 
Draper, T. W. M., 369. 
NEWTON, MAJOR ISRAEL. Captain, 1730. 
M aj or at Cape Breton , 1 745 . Siege 
ofLouisburg; died there. 
Newton, Henry Allen, 92. 

NEWTON, CAPTAIN JAMES, !735- 

Captain of ist Co., Colchester, 
Conn., 1716. Deputy, General 
Court, 1713-1716. 
Waite, Horace F., 303. 
Waite, Horace G., 303. 
Foote, John C, 311. 
NEWTON, COLONEL ROGER, 1685-1771. 
Colonel of the 2d Conn. Regt. 
Expedition to Canada, 1709-1710. 
Pond, Winthrop, 99. 
NEWTON, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1646-1708. 
Ensign, King Philip s War. Cap 
tain, 1698. 

Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 
Newton, Henry G., 227. 
Sanford, George B., 229. 

NICHOLS, THOMAS, 737, Reading, 

Mass. Served under Capt. Na 
thaniel Davenport, King Philip s 
War. 

Pearson, Joseph H. S., 200. 
NICHOLSON, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1737-1804. 
Commanded a vessel from Mary 
land at capture of Havana from 
the Spaniards in 1762. Senior 
Captain in the Continental Navy. 
Chrystie, Thomas L., 49. 
Gallatin, Frederic, 63. 
Gallatin, Rolaz Horace, 63. 
NICOLL, MATTHIAS, 1621-1687. Captain, 
British Army, 1664. Secretary, 
Province of New-York, 1 664- 1 680. 
Member, King s Council, 1667- 
1680. Speaker, Provincial As 
sembly, 1683. Judge, Court of 
Admiralty, 1686. May or ot New- 
York, 1672. 

Campbell, William A., 47. 
Crane, Charles N., 51. 
Crosby, Edward Nicoll, 51. 
Crosby, Livingston, 51. 
Lawrence, Abraham R., 82. 
Oothout, John W., 94. 
Paige, Edward W., 95. 
Walsh, James W., 125. 



Sill, Howard, 166. 

Bascome, Western R. 309. 
NICOLL, HON. WILLIAM, 1657-1723. 
Member of Council, New- York, 
1691-1698. Speaker of Colonial 
Assembly, 1702-1718. Attorney- 
General, 1687-1690. 

Oothout, John W., 94. 

Bascome, Western R., 309. 
NOBLE, COLONEL ARTHUR, - 1747. 
Lieutenant-Colonel of the2d Mass. 
Regt. Seige of Louisburg, 1745. 
Killed at the Battle of Minas, Nova 
Scotia, while leading a detach 
ment of 500 men. 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C., 205. 

Willey, William L., 211, 273. 
NOBLE, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1721-1757. 
Captain, North Militia Co., New 
Fairfield, 1753. Captain in Col. 
Ebenezer Marsh s 13th Conn. 
Regt. , relief of Fort William Henry, 

757- 

Metcalf, Bryce, 89. 

NOBLE, ENSIGN DAVID, 1695-1760. En 
sign, North Military Co., New 
Milford, Conn., 1743-1748. 
Noble, Henry Harmon, 93. 
NOBLE, CAPTAIN ELI, 1739-1827. Cap 
tain, French and Indian War. 
Taken prisoner at the surrender of 
Fort William Henry, but succeeded 
in making his escape from the In 
dians. Served in 1 758. 
Noble, Robert, 280. 
NOBLE, CAPTAIN STEPHEN, 1686-1755. 
Captain of Militia at New Milford, 
Conn. Twenty years in active 
service against the Indians. 
Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 
Day, Robert W., 55. 
NORRIS, ISAAC, 1671-1735. Member of 
Governor s Council, 1709. Trus 
tee under the will of William 
Penn, Province of Penn. 
Norris, George W., 148. 

NORTH, LIEUTENANT ROGER, 1 7&5- 

Lieutenant, Philadelphia Associa- 
tors, 1748. 

Benson, Edwin North, 137. 
NORTH, THOMAS, 1649-1712. Served 
in Narragansett Campaign, Had- 
ley Garrison. 
Hart, Charles N., 370. 
NORTON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL EBENEZER, 
1715-1785. Lieutenant, 1756. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Captain, 1760. Lieut. -Colonel, 
1774. Deputy, General Court, 
Conn., 1760-1779. 

Buell, Frederick F., 45. 

Norton, Thomas H., 327. 
NORTON, CAPTAIN FRANCIS, Charles- 
town, Mass. Captain Militia, 
1646. 

Hall, George F., 188. 
NORTON, JOHN, 1606-1663. Deputy, 
General Court, and Commissioner 
from Mass. Bay Colony to Charles 
II., 1662. 

Norton, John Grant, 280. 
NORTON, JOHN, 1657-1725. One of 
the Brookfield Garrison, 1675. 
Representative, 1 68o- 8 1 - 82 . 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 
NOTT, SERGEANT JOHN. Commanded 
twenty-six men from Wethersfield, 
Conn., Pequot War. 

Webb, Alex. Stewart, Jr., 127. 

Webb, J. Sidney, 249. 

Webb, Wm. Seward, 281. 
NOYES, CAPTAIN CUTTING, 1649-1734, 
Newbury, Mass. Lieutenant and 
Captain of Militia. 

Remick, John A., 201. 

Remick, Timothy, 202. 
NOYES, THE REVEREND JAMES, 1640- 
1719. Chaplain in Capt. George 
Denison s Expedition that captured 
Canonchet, Chief Sachem of Nar- 
ragansett Indians, 1676. 

Arnold, Benjamin W., 34. 

Noyes, Chas. Phelps, 93, 345. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 

Doane, William H., 323. 

Noyes, Daniel R., 345. 

Peet, Emerson W., 345. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 
NOYES, NICHOLAS, 1614-1701. Deputy 
General Court, 1660, et seq., Col 
ony of Mass. Bay. 

Silvester, Wm. W., 151. 

Remick, John A. , 20 1 . 

Remick, Timothy, 202. 
NOYES, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1679-1755, 
Stonington, Conn. Captain of 
Militia, 1723. Deputy to the 
General Court of Conn., 1713, 
et seq. 

Noyes, Chas. Phelps, 345. 

Peet, Emerson W.,345. 

NUGENT, LIEUTENANT RICHARD, 

1 780. Lieutenant in 5th Regt. of 



Foot under Gen. Amherst at Louis- 
burg, 1758-1759. 
Robinson, Eugene N., 103. 
NUTTER, ANTHONY, 1630-1685. Dep 
uty, General Court, Mass., six 
years. King s Councillor, 1682. 
Peavey, Frank H., 345. 

NUTTING, JOHN, 1676. Killed 

while defending his garrison house, 
Groton, Mass., King Philip s War. 
Nutting, Grant H., 380. 
Nutting, James R., 380. 
NYE, STEPHEN, 1729-1810, Sandwich, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
i76i- 66- 68- 74. 
Wesson, James L., 209. 

OAKES, EDWARD, Concord, Mass. Rep 
resentative, 1 659- 8 1 - 83- 84- 86. 
Quartermaster of Troop, 1656. 
Lieutenant under Capt. Prentice, 
King Philip s War. 
Flint, Wyman K., 291. 

OGDEN, JOHN, 1610-1681, Elizabeth 
Towne. Magistrate, 1656. Of 
Upper House, General Court, 1660- 

1661, Colony of Conn. Patentee, 

1662. Member King s Council, 
Province of New Jersey, 1665. 
Schout and Acting Governor of 
the English Colony in East Jersey, 
1673, Dutch Occupation. 

Banks, David, Jr., 36. 

Beatty, A. Chester, 37. 

Beatty, Robert C, 38. 

Beatty, William Gedney, 38. 

Halsey, Harlan P., 69. 

Halsey, Henry A., 69. 

Ogden, Ludlow, 94. 

Tyler, Harry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 

Chandler, Walter, 254. 

Toler, Henry P., 258. 

OGDEN, CAPTAINJONATHAN, . West- 

chester Militia, Province of New- 
York, French and Indian War. 
Wounded at Sabbath-day Point on 
Lake George, 26th July, 1757. 

Easton, Irving B., 59. 
OGDEN, COLONEL JOSIAH, 1679-1763, 
Newark, N. J. Representative, 
Provincial Legislature, Newjersey, 
1716-1738. Major in Col. John 
ston s Regt., 1718. Colonel ap 
pointed to raise troops for Spanish 
War, 1740. 



519 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Banks, A. Bleecker, 36. 

Banks, David, 36. 

Banks, David, Jr., 36. 

Chandler, Walter, 48. 
OGDEN, ROBERT, 2d, 1687-1733. Quar 
termaster and Commissary King s 
Troops under Gen. Abercrornbie. 

Wagstaff, Cornelius D., 124. 
OLDS, CORPORAL EZEKIEL. In Capt. 
Jabez Upham s Co., relief of Fort 
William Henry, 1757. 

Olney, Geo. Washington, 94. 

OLMSTED, ENSIGN DANIEL, 1684 , 

Ridgefield, Conn. Ensign, 1732. 
Member General Assembly, 1 742- 

. 743- 

Gilbert, Frederick L., 342. 

OLMSTED, CAPTAIN NICHOLAS, 1684, 

" Corporall " ist Troop of Horse, 
Colony of Conn., Capt. Richard 
Lord, under Major John Mason, 
1657-1658. Deputy for Hartford, 
1672; Lieutenant, Train Band, 
1673. Captain of Militia, 1675, and 
led his company for the defence of 
New London and Stonington. 

Strong, Theror. G., 116. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 221. 

Hammond, Andrew G., 224. 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 

OLMSTED, RICHARD, 1607 , 

ford, Conn. Sergeant, 
Lieutenant, 1659. Deputy, 
et seq. Commissioner for 
walk, 1 668. Muster-master, 1 673. 
Captain, 1680. 

Gilbert, Frederick L., 342. 
OLNEY, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1670-1744, 
Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1721. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
OLNEY, THOMAS, SR., 1600-1682. A 
founder of Rhode Island, 1640, 
and its first Treasurer, 1638. As 
sistant President, 1649, et seq. 
Deputy, 1665, et seq. 

Lewis, Arnold A., 83. 

Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

Olney, Geo. Washington, 94, 406. 

Brown, Edgar C, 339. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
OLNEY, THOMAS, JR., 1632-1722. As 
sistant President, 1669, et seq. 
Deputy, 1672-1711. Commis 
sioner before Lord Bellomont with 
Conn, in regard to western boun 
dary of Rhode Island. 



Hart- 
1635. 
1665, 
Nor- 



Lewis, Arnold A., 83. 

Lovell, Frank H., Jr., 85. 

Olney, Geo. Washington, 94. 
OLYPHANT, DOCTOR DAVID. Surgeon, 
Three Independent Companies of 
Regulars, Province of South Caro 
lina, 1747. 

Olyphantjohn K., 94. 

Olyphant, Robert, 94. 
OPDYKE, GILBERT. Commander at Fort 
Good Hope, succeeding Sergeant 
David Provoost. 

Greene, Douglas N., 65. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
ORMSBY, ENSIGN JOHN, 1720-180!;. En 
sign under Gen. Forbes, Expedi 
tion against Fort Duquesne, 1758. 

Page, Oliver Ormsby, 148. 
ORVIS, ROGER, 1657-1737. Soldier 
in King Philip s War, Capt. New- 
bury. Wounded at Hatfield. 

Dickinson, Oliver P., 289. 
OSBORN, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1606-1682. 
Served under Lieut. Ludlow, Pe- 
quot War. Granted eighty acres 
land at Fairfield, Conn., for his 
services. 

Harral, George, 69. 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 

Ballantine, Henry W., 159. 

Osborn, Henry A., 297. 
OSBORN, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1612-1686, 
Windsor, Conn. Soldier in Pequot 
War, 1637. 

Ballantine, Henry W., 159. 
OSGOOD, CORPORAL HOOKER, 1668- 
1748. Corporal in Andover Co., 
1689. 

Houghton, Henry O., 191. 

OSGOOD, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1595 , 

Andover, Mass. Captain, 1666. 
Deputy, General Court, 1651. 

Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
OSGOOD, CAPTAIN JOHN, JR., 1630-1693. 
Sergeant, Andover, Mass. Militia, 
1658-1661. Lieutenant, 1666. 
Captain, 1683, King Philip s War. 
Representative, 1668, et seq. 

Briggs, Edward C., 179. 

Houghton, Jas. C., 280. 

Osgood, Josiah A., 362. 
OTIS, COLONEL JOHN, 1657-1 727. Com 
mander of Barnstable Militia 
eighteen years. Judge of H. M. 
Council twenty-one years. In 
service against Indians. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Porter, Alexander S., Jr., 346. 
OTIS, JOHN. Soldier in King Philip s 
War, in Capts. Henchmen s and 
Moseley s Cos., July 24, 1675. 
Otis, Philo A., 297. 

OWEN, ROBERT, 1705. Member 

Penn. Provincial Assembly, 1695- 
1697. 
Wister, Rodman, 154. 

PABODIE, WILLIAM, Duxbury, Mass. 
Little Compton, R. I. Member 
under arms of Capt. Myles 
Standish s Co., 1643. Deputy, 
1654, et seq., ad int. 
Coe, Henry F., 181. 
Tucker, Wm. R., 301. 
PACA, WILLIAM, 1740-1799. Member 
of Assembly, 1 77 1 - 1 773, Province 
of Maryland. 
Paca, John P., 165. 
PADDOCK, ROBERT. A member of the 

Military Co. at Plymouth, 1643. 
Bryant, Percy, 45. 

PAGE, JOHN, 1627-1692. "One of 
Their Majesties Council, William 
and Mary, Dominion of Virginia." 
Page, S. Davis, 148. 
Bryan, Chas. P., 241. 
PAGE, SERGEANT JOHN, 1621-1711, 
Groton, Mass. Deputy, 1700. 
Garrison Duty, 1691. 
Page, Walter Gilman, 198. 
PAGE, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1714- 
1799. Corporal in Capt. Wil 
liam Lawrence s Co., King George s 
War, 1746. Sergeant in Capt. 
James Prescott s Co., 1758. Lieu 
tenant later. 

Page, Walter Gilman, 1 98. 
PAGE, MANN, ist, 1691-1730. Mem 
ber King s Council, Dominion of 
Virginia. 

Page, S. Davis, 148. 
PAGE, COLONEL MATTHEW, 1659-1703. 
One of Her Majesty s Council, 
Dominion of Virginia. 
Page, S. Davis, 148. 
PAGE, ROBERT, 1604-1679. Repre 
sentative General Court of Mass. 
1657-1668. 

Moulton, John H., 313. 
PAIGE, JOHN, 1738-1812. Served in 
two Campaigns, French and Indian 
War, 1758-1759; was wounded 
PI 



on the Plains of Abraham; and 



near Wolfe when he was killed. 
Campbell, Wm. A., 47. 
Paige, Edward Winslow, 95. 
PAINE, BRINTON, 1741-1820. Served in 
Capt. Saml. Chapman s Co., Bol- 
ton, Conn., French and Indian 
War. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
PAINE, STEPHEN, 1654-1678, Rehobath, 
Mass. Soldier in King Philip s 
War. 

Dewey, Edw. W., 56. 
Dewey, Geo. A., 56. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
Teall, Edw. McKinstry, 301. 
PAINE, THOMAS. Member of Yarmouth 
Military Co., 1643, Lieut. William 
Palmer. Deputy, 1639. 
Griffith, William H., 66. 
Lombard, Josiah L., 295. 
Merrick, Frederick L., 296. 
Chittenden, Edwin S., 340. 
PAINE, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1 695- 1 746. 
Lieutenant, 1745, 7th Mass. Regt. 
at Louisburg, where he died, 1 746. 
Luquer, T. T. Payne, 86. 
Luquer, Lea Mel., 86. 

PALFREY, PETER, 1663, Salem, 

Mass. Deputy, 1635. 
Rowe, Charles E., 203. 

PALMER, COLONEL JOHN, 1740. 

Colonel of Expedition from South 
Carolina against Yemasse Indians 
in Florida, 1727. Aide-de-Camp 
to Gov. Oglethorpe in Campaign 
against St. Augustine, and killed 
at Fort Moosa. 
Harden, Edward T., 361. 

PALMER, WALTER, 1 662. Deputy, 

General Court, Plymouth, Mass., 
1645. 

Stout, John K., 363. 
PARISH, ROBERT, Dunstable, Mass. 
(Nashua, N. H.) Soldier in Capt. 
Samuel Moseley s Independent Co. 
of Volunteers under Major Samuel 
Appleton; under Josiah Winslow, 
Commander-in-Chief,King Philip s 
War. Member of the Garrison, 
Dunstable, Mass., 1676-1689. 
Massacred, 1703. 
Reade, Philip, 299. 

PARKE, JOHN, 1665-1718, Newton, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Richard 
Beers Co., King Philip s War; 
wounded. 



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Ames, Joseph B., 176. 
PARKE, WILLIAM, 1595-1685. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1638. Represented Rox- 
bury, Mass., in the General Court, 
1635-1667. Surveyor-General of 
Arms and Ammunition for the 
Colony, 1660. 

Mackenzie, George Norbury, 86. 

Pierce, George W., 98. 

Robinson, Francis W., 203. 

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C, 301. 

Barrows, John W., 368. 
PARKER, CAPTAIN ELISHA, 1660-1717. 
Captain of Provincial Forces, New 
Jersey, 1707. Member of Gov 
ernor s Council, 1711-1713. 

Whitehead, Cortlandt, 153. 
PARKER, LIEUTENANT HANANIAH, 1638- 
1724, Reading, Mass. Ensign in 
Capt. Swayne s Foot Co., 1680. 
Lieutenant, 1684. Deputy, 1683- 
1684. Representative, 1695, ** 
seq. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 

Parker, C. Wallingford, 198. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Parker, Herman, 199. 
PARKER, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1617-1701. 
Lieutenant, 1673. Captain, 1678. 
Commanded Garrison at Groton, 
Mass. 

Williams, Norman A., 129. 

Parker, Charles W., 198. 

Parker, Charles W., Jr., 198. 
PARKER, SERGEANT JAMES, 1686-1754, 
Reading, Mass. Sergeant in Capt. 
Joshua Moodey s Co., 1725. 

Parker, Charles W., 198. 

Parker, Charles W.,Jr., 199. 
PARKER, JOHN, 1703-1783, Framingham, 
Mass. Soldier on the Alarm List, 
Capt. Henry Eames Co., 1757, 
French and Indian War. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 

Parker, C. Wallingford, 198. 

Parker, Herman, 199. 
PARKER, LIEUTENANTJOSIAH, 1694-1756, 
Lexington, Mass. Lieutenant of the 

Military Co., . Trooper under 

Capt. John Cutting, Alarm on ap 
proach of the French fleet, 1 746. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Winship, William H., 211. 
PARKER, PETER, 1738-1803, Framing- 
ham, Mass. Private on Alarm 



List, Capt. Henry Eames Co., 1 757. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 
PARMELE, SAMUEL. Soldier in Col. 
Nathan Whiting s Regt.. Seven 
Year s War. 

Parmele, George L., 228. 
PARSONS, AARON, 1712-1795. Served 
in the Battle of Lake George. 

Parsons, Albert Ross, 95. 
PARSONS, LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN, 1 723- 
1777. Served in Capt. William 
Williams Co., at siege of Louis- 
burg, 1745. Garrisoned at Fort 
Mass., 1747-1748, and Lieutenant 
in French and Indian War. 

Parsons, Charles L. , 270. 
PARSONS, CAPTAIN EBENEZER, 1 675- 1 744. 
Ensign, Northampton, Mass. Co., 
1 723, and later Captain. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 
PARSONS, CORNET JOSEPH, 1618-1683, 
Springfield, Mass. Cornet, Capt. 
John Pynchon s Hampshire Co. 
Troop, 1672-1678. Served in the 
early French and Indian Wars. 

Keegan, Dermot W., 79. 

Lord, Frank Howard, 84. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 

Parsons, Albert Ross, 95. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 

Partridge, Edw. L., 96. 

Washburn, John Henry, 126. 

Hayden, Horace Edwin, 142. 

Webb, Francis Parsons, 152. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 
PARSONS, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1647-1727. 
Served in King Philip s War. 
Twenty-three years Judge of the 
Hampton County Courts. From 
1693, Deputy fourteen years. 

Keegan, Dermot W., 79. 

Lord, Frank Howard, 84. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 

Parsons, Albert Ross, 95. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 

Parsons, Charles L., 270. 
PARTRIDGE, OLIVER, 1712-1792. Rep 
resentative. Delegate to Congress 
at Albany, N. Y., 1754, to confer 
with Six Nations. Also delegate 
to first Colonial Congress, 1765. 
One of a committee, 1746-1747, 
to direct the re-building of Fort 
Massachusetts. Colonel, Mass. Bay 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Forces; Expedition under Gen. 
Abercrombie, capture of FortTicon- 
deroga, 1758. 

Dickinson, Oliver P., 289. 
PARTRIDGE, SAMUEL, 1 645- 1 740. Quart 
ermaster, Major John Pynchon s 
Troop, 1688. Deputy, 1683, et 
seq. Assistant, Associate Judge, 
Hampshire County Court, 1685. 
Judge, Court of Common Pleas, 
1692-1740, Colony Mass. Bay. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 39, 240. 

Collins, Clarence L., 50. 

Partridge, Edward L., 95. 

Short, Edward L., 1 10. 

Dickinson, Oliver P., 289. 
PARTRIDGE, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1 730- 
1809. Lieutenant of Foot under 
Capt. Salab Barnard, Province of 
Mass. , reduction of Canada. 

Partridge, Edward L., 95. 
PASCHALL, THOMAS, 1634-1718. Mem 
ber of Assembly, 1635-1689. 
Province of Penn. 

Griswold, Benjamin H., 161. 

Mulliken, Howard, 165. 

PASCHALL, THOMAS, JR., I 743- 

Member of Assembly, 1717, Prov 
ince of Penn. 

Griswold, Benjamin H., 161. 

Mulliken, Howard, 165. 
PATERSON, MAJOR JOHN, 1707-1762. 
Lieutenant, 1740. Captain, 1752. 
Served against Indians, and also 
under Wolfe at the taking of 
Quebec, 1756, as Captain. Major 
ist Conn. Regt., 1756. Served in 
the Crown Point Expedition, 1 758- 
1759, and under Sir Jeffrey Am- 
herst in Canada Expedition, 1761. 
Paymaster, Havana Expedition, 
1762, and died there of yellow 
fever. 

Egleston, Thomas, 59. 
PATERSON, COLONEL JOHN, 1744-1808. 
Commissioned Colonel of Berk 
shire Co. Regt., 1774. 

Egleston, Thomas, 59. 
PATTERSON, JAMES, 1633-1701. House 
used for Garrison. Served in King 
Philip s War. 

Fuller, Henry C., 291. 

PATTERSON, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1715-1771. 

Took part with his father, James 

Patterson, in " Cresap s War," 

1730-1735. Captain, Associated 



Regt. of Lancaster Co., 1747- 
1 748, _ on the Susquehanna. 
Served in the rangers, Braddock s 
Campaign, and in French and In 
dian War, in Col. Armstrong s 
ist Battalion, Penn. Regt., and in 
Col. Burd s Regt., 757-1758. 
In command of Fort Hunter, 
1763-1764. Captain, Provincial 
service of Penn. 

Peale, Albert C., 247. 
PATTERSON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1711- 
1806. Lieutenant, Church s Co., 
Col. Wooster s Regt., 1746. 

Patterson, Elisha G., 149. 

PAWLING, COLONEL HENRY, 1692. 

Schout at Esopus. Captain and 
Colonel of Militia, 1674-1788. 

Innes, Hasbrouck, 77. 

Russell, Avery C. H., 104. 
PAXTON, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1715-1784. 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

Beckurts, Charles L., 38. 

McCord, Francis, 313. 

McCord, George L., 313. 

McCord, James H., 313. 

McCord, Robert H., 313. 

McCord, Samuel S., 313. 

McCord, William H., 313. 
PEABODIE, WILLIAM, 1620-1707, Ply 
mouth, Mass. Member under 
arms in Capt. Myles Standish s 
Duxbury Co., 1643. Deputy, 
1654, et seq. 

Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
PEABODY, LIEUTENANT FRANCIS, 1614- 
1697, Topsfield, Mass. Lieuten 
ant, 1668. 

Howe, Herbert M., 143. 

Tyler, Harry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 

Hall, George F., 188. 

Putnam, George J., 201. 

Kent, Henry O., 270. 

Cadle, Chas. F., 310. 

Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
PEABODY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1642-1720, 
Boxford, Mass. Deputy, 1689, 
et seq. Ensign, 1682. Lieuten 
ant, 1691. Captain, 1699. 

Hall, George F., 188. 

Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 

PEAKE, CHRISTOPHER, 1666, Rox- 

bury, Mass. Member of Roxbury 
Military Co., 1647. 

Morris, Seymour, 296. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



PEARTREE, COLONEL WILLIAM. Mayor 
of New-York, 1703-1706. Mem 
ber King s Council, 1708-1709. 
Colonel of New-York Infantry. 
Commanded a Naval Expedition, 
composed of four vessels, directed 
against French privateers off Sandy 
Hook. 

Keith, Boudinot, 79. 
PEASE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1654-1734, En- 
field, Conn. Captain of Militia. 
Allen, Francis Olcott, 136. 
PEASLEE, NATHANIEL, 1682 , Haver- 
hill, Mass. Deputy, 1737, et 
seq. 

Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 
PECK, EPHRAIM, 1692-1760. Ensign 
and Captain of Militia, Newton- 
ville, 1734-1744. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1 750. 
Millard, Clifford I., 313. 
Millard, Frank A., 380. 
PECK, LIEUTENANT JEREMIAH, 1687-1 763. 
Ensign, 1735. Lieutenant, 1737. 
Peck, Theodore Safford, 281. 
PECK, JOHN, 1742-1819. Served in 
the French and Indian War, 1759- 
1763. 
Peck, John Hudson, 97. 

PECK, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1653 . 

Lieutenant, 1709. 
Peck, Theodore Safford, 281. 
PECK, ENSIGN JOSEPH, 1641-1718, Lyme, 
Conn. Ensign, 1678. Deputy, 
1700, et seq. 
Millard, Clifford 1., 313. 
Frazer, Sheldon L., 342. 
Millard, Frank A., 380. 
PECK, NICHOLAS, 1630-1710. Ensign, 
Mass. Militia, 1678. Member 
Council of War, 1678. Lieuten 
ant, 1682. 

Howe, Herbert M., 143. 
Blackmer, Henry M., 368. 
PEECK, JAN. Private in the Burgher 
Corps of New Amsterdam, 1653. 
Peekskill named after him. 
Griffith, William H., 67. 
PEET, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1698-1760, 
Stratford, Conn. Lieutenant of 
Militia, 1745. 
Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 
Peet, Emerson W., 345. 
PEIRCE, CAPTAIN GAD, Stow, Mass. 
Private in 1759; also in the in 
tended Expedition against Canada, 



1 760. Corporal under Capt. Moses 
Hart. Captain of Militia. 

Peirce, George W., 371. 
PEIRCE, JOSEPH, Watertown, Mass. 
Served under Capt. Daniel Hench 
man, 1675; under Capt. Jonathan 
Parke, 1649, an d Capt. Joseph 
Sill, 1676, and in Sudbury Fight, 
1678-1679. 

Peirce, George W., 371. 

PEIRCE, SAMUEL, 1656 . Served 

under Capt. Appleton in King 
Philip s War. 

Downs, Edgar Rollin, 369. 

PEIRCE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1 707 , 

Stow, Mass. Private under Capt. 
Jonathan Burns, 1747. Captain, 
1 754- 1 756, French and Indian War. 

Peirce, George W., 371. 
PELL, MAJOR JOHN, 1643-1702. Styled 
Sir John Pell in the New Rochelle 
Town Records. Second Lord of 
the Manor of Pelham, 1669. First 
Justice, Court of Common Pleas, 
1688, and First Member of the 
General Assembly, 1691-1695, for 
WestchesterCo., Province of New- 
York, on Committee for Defence of 
Frontier and Chairman of the 
Grand Committee. Captain of 
Horse, 1684. Major, 1692, French 
and Indian War. 

Clark, Henry Schieffelin, 49. 

Pell, Harrison Archibald, 97. 

Pell, Howland, 97, 406. 

Pell, William Cruger, 97. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, George R., 106. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 106. 

Darrach, Bradford, 255. 

Pell, Rodman Corse, 297. 

Whipple, Chas. H., 349. 
PELL, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1728-1782. Cap 
tain privateers Mary, 1756, and 
Revenge, 1758, French War. 

Pell, Frederick Aycrigg, 97. 

Pell, John H., 97. 

PELL, ENSIGN JOSEPH, 1721-1752. Pel- 
ham Manor. Ensign in Capt. 
Anthony Lispenard s Co., New 
Rochelle. Spanish Expedition, 
1740-1742. 

Schieffelin, George R., 106. 
PELL, SAMUEL. Served in the Armed 
Patrol at Harlem during Indian 
alarms. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Pell, John H., 97. 

Pell, Frederick Aycrigg, 97. 

PEMBERTON, PHINEAS, . Member 

of Council, Penn., 1685-1701, 
Bucks and Philadelphia Cos. Mem 
ber of the Provincial Assembly, 
1689, et seq. Speaker, 1698, 
1700. 

Middleton, H., 164. 
PEMBERTON, DOCTOR THOMAS, 1653- 
1693. Surgeon, Expedition to 
Canada, 1690. 

Hall, Clayton C, 161. 

Hall, Thos. Wm., 161. 
PENDLETON, MAJOR BRIAN. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1646. Judge, Member of 
Provincial Legislatures of Mass, 
and N. H. Commissioned to re 
ceive the submission of Maine to 
Mass., 1652. Senior Member of 
President Danforth s Council, 1680. 
Major and Deputy President of 
Maine. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 217. 

Hoes, Roswell R., 405. 

PENDLETON, JUDGE EDMUND, . 

Member House of Burgesses 
twenty-five years. 

Pendleton, Edmund, 262. 
PENHALLOW, SAMUEL, 1665-1726. Dep 
uty, 1698. Speaker, 1699. Treas 
urer, 1699-1726. Assistant, 1702. 
Secretary, 1704. Judge of Supe 
rior Court, 1714-1717. Chief Jus 
tice, 1717-1726. Commissary 
General, 1712, New Hampshire. 

Hall, Clayton C., 161. 

Hall, Thos. Wm., 161. 

Penhallow, Charles S., 200. 
PENN, WILLIAM, 1644-1718. Patentee 
and Founder of Pennsylvania and 
West Jersey. 

Hall, P. Penn-Gaskell, 142. 
PEPPER, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1719-1807, 
Framingham, Mass. Lieutenant 
in Capt. Caleb Leland s Troop, 
1762; Captain, 1771. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 
PEPPER, JACOB, 1661-1739, Framing- 
ham, Mass. Sentinel in Capt. 
Isaac Clark s Troop, 1725. 

Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 
PEPPERRELL, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL WIL 
LIAM, 1654-1734, Kittery, Me. 
Captain, 1714. Commandant of 
Fort at Kittery Point, 1714. 



Lieut. -Colonel Provincial Militia. 
Justice, Court of Common Pleas, 
1715-1730. Deputy, General 
Court of Mass. , 1 696, et seq. Fa 
ther of Sir William Pepperrell, 
Bart. 

Low, Win. G., Jr., 85. 

Salter, Jasper C., 104. 

Frisbie, Ivory F., 186. 

Wilson, Fred A., 211. 

Deering, John W., 268. 

Frisbie, Franklin Senter, 268. 

Higgins, George, 269. 

Leighton, Geo. E., 313. 
PEPPERRELL, SIR WILLIAM, BART., 1696- 
1759. Lieutenant - General and 
Commander-in-Chief at the Siege 
of Louisburg, 1745. The first 
American-born Baronet of Great 
Britain. 

Wheeler, E. Pepperrell, 128. 
PERIN,JENE, 1726-1801, Mass. Ensign 
in Crown Point Expedition, 1755, 
Capt. Timothy Walker s Co., Col. 
Bohuri s Regt. 

Perin, Nelson, 165. 

Langdon, Perin, 325. 

Perin, Frank L., 327. 
PERKINS, HUMPHREY, 1661-1712. Served 
in King Philip s War. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
PERKINS, SERGEANT JOHN, 1590-1654. 
Sergeant of the Allied English and 
the friendly Indians under Mas- 
conoma, at Agawam (Ipswich, 
Mass.), in the war with the Tar- 
ratines, 1631. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 
PERKINS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1607-1682, 
Topsfield, Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 
1638. Deputy, 1644. Captain 
of Military Co., Weymouth. 

Dorman, William B., 184. 
PERLEY, LIEUTENANT JACOB, 1670-1751. 
Under Capt. John Lovewell against 
the Indians, North Conway, 1725, 
and Fryburg, 1 728. Father Ralle s 
War. 

Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 

PERRY, ARTHUR, 1652, Boston. 

Drummer, A. & H. A. Co., 1638- 
1651, and of Town Militia. 

Teall, Edw. McK., 301. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
PETERS, WILLIAM, 1710-1780, Pennsyl 
vania. Court Registrar, 1745. 



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Member Assembly, 1753-1755. 
Secretary Land Office, 1 760. 
Peters, Ralph, 327. 

PETTINGILL, BENJAMIN, 1 720- 1 795. Clerk, 
Col. Ephraim Leonard s Regt., 
Fort William Henry Expedition, 

757- 

Foster, Howell, 62. 

PEYTON, COLONEL HENRY, 1781. 

Took part in the battle at Brad- 
docker. County Lieutenant, 1755. 
Member of the House of Burgesses, 
Virginia, 1761. 

Duke, Richard T. W., Jr., 58. 
PHELPS, CALEB, 1708-1781. Lieuten 
ant, Windsor, Conn., Militia, 
1757. Captain, 1761, ist Co., 
ist Regt., Conn. Troops. 

Newberry, Truman H., 92, 390. 
PHELPS, GEORGE, 1605-1687. Member 
Hartford Co., ist Troop of Horse, 
1658. Member Council of Ten. 

Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 
PHELPS, CAPTAIN TIMOTHY, 1639-1719, 
Windsor, Conn. Lieutenant under 
Col. William Whiting, Queen 
Anne s War. Captain, 1696. 

Woodruff, Chas. H., 131. 

Gunsaulus, Frank W., 292. 
PHELPS, WILLIAM, 1599-1672. One of 
the Eight Commissioners appointed 
by the Bay Colony, March 3, 1636, 
" to govern the people of Con 
necticut." Governor s Assistant, 
1636-42-58-62, and Member of 
Council, 1637, Pequot War. 

Woodruff, Charles H., 131. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 218. 

Bailey, Edward P., 285. 

Fisher, Francis P., 290. 

Gunsaulus, Frank W., 292. 

Phelps, Edmund J., 345. 

Brown, Charles C., 393. 

Simmons, Samuel S., 394. 
PHILLIPS, MAJOR WILLIAM. Commander, 
Yorkshire Forces, Maine, 1663. 
King s Commissioner and Justice 
for settling the affairs of New Eng 
land. Major Commandant, Mili 
tary Forces, Province of Maine, 
1665. In the Indian troubles in 
1675, his house and mills at Saco 
were burned, and his garrison 
sustained a long and terrible siege. 

Carhart, Amory S., 47. 

Carhart, William E., 47. 



Talmage, Robert S., 117. 

Adams, Washington I. L., 254. 
PHILLIPS, ZEROBABEL, 1632-1686. Lieu 
tenant of Long Island Militia. 

Landreth, Burnet, Jr., 144. 
PHILLIPSE, FREDERICK, 1656- 1702. Mem 
ber of Council, 1675, et seq. Sec 
retary of Province of New-York, 
1688. First Lord of Phillipse 
Manor. 

Boardman, Lansdale, 41. 

Fryer, Robt. L., 63. 
PHINNEY, JONATHAN. Ensign at Wind 
sor, Conn. 

Goddard, Lester O., 292. 

PHIPPS, CORPORAL SOLOMON, 1643, , 

Charlestown, Mass. Served in Mt. 
Hope campaign under Capt. 
Thomas Prentice; under Capt. 
Thomas Brattle, garrison duty, 
and King Philip s War. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 287. 
PICKERING, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1637-1694, 
Salem, Mass. Lieutenant; served 
under Capt. Samuel Moseley, King 
Philip s War, 1676. Ensign of the 
2d Military Co. , Essex Regt. , Major 
Daniel Denison, 1674. 

Abbott, George B., 33. 

Orne, Henry M., 95. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

Howard, Leland J., 244. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, William A., 362. 
PICKERING, LIEUTENANT JOHN, JR. Dep 
uty, General Court, Mass., or 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1680. Mem 
ber of Assembly, N. H., 1684- 
1 69 1 . Deputy, Portsmouth Con 
vention to choose form of Gov 
ernment, 1690. Lieutenant, 1690. 
Captain, 1692. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 

Nichols, Henry A., 362. 

Nichols, Willard A., 362. 
PIERCE, CAPTAIN MICHAEL. Captain, 
Plymouth Colony, 1669. Killed 
in battle with the Narragansett 
Indians, 1676. 

Brown, Walter M., 44. 

Pierce, Bradford De Witt, 228. 

Lincoln, John L., Jr., 295. 
PIERCE, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1739-1815. 
Captain, Co. of Foot, Dorchester, 
under Col. Nathaniel Hatch, 1772. 

Pierce, Geo. F., 200. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



PIERCE, SERGEANT THOMAS, 1608-1683, 
Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1658. 
Sergeant, 1669-1682. Corporal, 
1683. Trooper in King Philip s 
War, under Capt. Thos. Prentice 
and Capt. Thos. Brattle. 

Pierce, George W., 98. 

Spalding, George B., 112. 

Spalding, George B., Jr., 1 12. 

Anderson, James F., 239. 

Sawyer, William D., 271. 

Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 

Downs, Edgar R., 369. 
PIERCE, COLONEL TIMOTHY, 1673-1748, 
Plainfield, Conn. Ensign, 1708. 
Lieutenant, 1711. Captain, 1 723. 
Colonel, 1 1 th Conn. Regt., 1739. 
Speaker of the House, 1728. 
Governor s Assistant, 1728-1748. 

Pierce, Charles H., 98. 

Pierce, Geo. W., 98. 

Shepard, Ralph K., 1 10. 

Spalding, George B., 112. 

Spalding, George B.,, Jr., 1 12. 
PIERPONT, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1704- 
1752. Lieutenant of the 5th New 
Haven Co., 1742. 

Brackett, Robert L., 43. 

PIERPONT, ROBERT, 1694, Roxbury, 

Mass. Deputy, 1689. 

Parker, Montgomery D., 200. 
PIERSON, REVEREND ABRAHAM. Chaplain, 
Colony of New Haven, Expedition 
against the Dutch under Lieut. 
Robert Seeley. 

Judson, William P., 79. 
PIERSON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL HENRY, 
1652-1701. Lieut. -Colonel, Suf 
folk Co. Militia, 1698, Province 
of New-York, and under Earle 
Bellomont, 1700. Speaker, 4th 
Colonial Assembly. 

McClure, Archibald J., 87. 

McDonald, John, 87. 

Prime, Ralph Earl, 100. 

Slocum, Joseph J., 111. 
PIKE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1640-1714. Lieu 
tenant, 1669. Captain, 1673-1681: 
English-Dutch Wars, 1664 and 
1673. Member of Gov. Carteret s 
Council, 1670-1672, East Jersey. 

Hadden, Crowell, Jr., 68. 
PIKE, ROBERT, 1616-1706. Lieuten 
ant, Salisbury Troop of Horse, 
1652. Captain, 1659. Major, 
Military Forces of Norfolk and 



Piscataqua Cos., 1670. Com- 
mander-in-Chief of all Military 
Forces North and East of Merri- 
mac River, in the War against 
the French and Indians, 1690. 
Deputy, 1648-1682. Governor s 
Assistant, 1682. Committee ot 
Safety, 1689. Commissioner to 
treat with the Indians, 1690. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Pike, Chas. Eliot, 346. 

Pike, Francis W., 346. 

PILE, HON. JOHN, 1665. St. Mary s 

Co., Md. Member of Provincial 
Council, 1648-1651. 

Brent, Joseph L., 159. 

Keyser, Robert B., 163. 
PILLSBURY, CAPTAIN CALEB, 1717- 
1 778, Amesbury, Mass. Cap 
tain, 2d Regt., Essex Co. Militia, 
1771. 

Pillsbury, Charles A., 346. 
PINDER, JOHN, 1630-1700. Soldier in 
King Philip s War. 

Griffith, William H., 67. 
PINNEY, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1715-1777, 
Windsor, Conn., Troops, French 
and Indian Wars, 1755. 

Earle, Ferdinand Pinney, 59. 
PITKIN, NATHANIEL, 1670-1733. En 
sign, East Hartford Co., 1 716. 

Fisher, Francis P., 290. 
PITKIN, ROGER, 1662-1748. Captain 
3d Co., Hartford Militia, 1698. 
Ensign, 1704. 

Strong, Theron G., 116. 

Hammond, Andrew G., 224. 
PITKIN, WILLIAM, ist, 1636-1694. 
Deputy, General Court, 1675- 
1690. Attorney-General, 1664. 
Treasurer, 1676. Assistant, 1690- 
1694. Commissioner for the 
United Colony of Conn. 

Rogers, James S., 150. 

Patten, John D., 246. 

Fisher, Francis P., 290. 
PITKIN, CHIEF-JUSTICE WILLIAM, 2d, 
1664-1723. Deputy, 1696. As 
sistant, 1697, twenty-six years. 
Member Committee of War, 1 702, 
War of the Spanish Succession. 
Chief-Justice Colony of Conn., 
1713-1723. 

Hosmer, Edw. Sturges, 74. 

Patten, John D., 246. 
PITKIN, GOVERNOR WILLIAM. Colonel, 



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ist Conn. Regt., 1737, and Gov 
ernor of the Colony. 

Grinnell, George Bird, 67. 

Grinnell, William Milne, 67. 

Roberts, Henry, 229. 
PLAISTED, ELISHA. Captured by Indians, 
1712; ransomed by his father for 
^"300. First Representative Gen 
eral Court, Mass., for Berwick, 
Me., 1714. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 

PLAISTED,JOHN, 1659 , Portsmouth, 

N. H. Speaker of the House, 
1696-1727. Member of Council, 
1702-1708. 

Pierce, Jacob W., 200. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 

PLAISTED, LIEUTENANT ROGER, 1 675 . 

Deputy, i663- 64- 73. Lieuten 
ant, 1670, Capt. Charles Frost s 
Co. Killed in a fight with the 
Indians. 

Hale, Josiah L., 188. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 
PLANT, JOHN. Soldier King Philip s 
War. One of English Volunteers 
to whom the Conn. General Court 
awarded a plantation on petition 
of Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell. 

Plant, Henry B., 270. 

Plant, Morton F., 270. 
PLATER, COLONEL GEORGE, 1695-1 755. 
Member Council, 1732-1755. Col 
lector for Pocomoke Dist., 1728. 
Naval Officer for Patuxent, 1755. 
Secretary of Maryland, 1755. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
PLATT, CAPTAIN EPENETUS. Captain of 
a company of Suffolk Co. Foot, 
1684. Sent in command of East 
End Men to demand the surrender 
of the Fort at New-York, 1689. 

Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 

Griffith, William H., 67. 

PLATT, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1672 

Captain, Norwalk, Conn., 1710. 
Port Royal Expedition. 

Fitch, Edward Sherman, 61. 
PLATT, CAPTAIN ZEPHANIAH, 1735-1807. 
Ensign in Capt. Joseph Lewis Co., 
Huntington, L. L, 1758. Cap 
tain, Co. of Foot, North Battalion, 
Dutchess Co. Regt., Col. Martin 
Hoffman, 1760. 

Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 
PLOWDEN, SIR EDMUND, 1659. 



Founder, Governor, Captain-Gen 
eral, and Earl Palatine of New 
Albion (now New Jersey). Charter 
granted by Charles I. 

Jenkins, Austin L., 162. 

Jenkins, Edward A., 162. 

Jenkins, F. de Sales, 163. 

Jenkins, Spaulding L., 163. 
PLUMB, JOHN, 1594-1648. Served in 
Capt. Mason s Command, Pequot 
War, 1637. Deputy from Weth- 
ersfield, General Court, 1636-1642, 
Colony of Conn. 

Banks, David, Jr., 36. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 50, 359. 

Plum, Frederick A v 99. 

Short, Edward L., no. 
PLUMSTED, CLEMENT, 1680-1745, Phila 
delphia. Member of Common 
Council. Member of Penn. As 
sembly, 1712-1 720. Judge, Court 
Common Pleas, 1717-1745. Pre 
siding Judge, Provincial Council, 
1727-1745. 

Devereux, Alfred, 1 39. 

Devereux, Frederick, 139. 

Klapp, William H., 144. 

Burton, Robert, 160. 
PLUMSTED, WILLIAM, 1708-1765. Mem 
ber of Assembly, 1755- 1757. Mem 
ber of the Council, 1759-1764, 
Province of Penn. 

Devereux, Alfred, 1 39. 

Burton, Robert, 160. 
PLYMPTON, SERGEANT JOHN, 1620-1677, 
Deersfield, Mass. Sergeant, 1674. 
Captured by the Indians, 1677; 
taken to the Canadian frontier and 
burnt at the stake. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 
PLYMPTON, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1677- 
1 739, Medfield, Mass. Represen 
tative, 1720. Lieutenant, 1723. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 
PLYMTON, THOMAS. Killed in Indian 
Fight at Boon s Plains^ Sudbury, 
Mass., 2ist day of April, 1676. 
1 Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 
POLHEMUS, CAPTAIN DANIEL. Cornet, 
Kings Co., New-York Militia, 
1 690. Captain of Troop of Horse. 

Voorhees, William P., 316. 
POLK, COLONEL THOMAS, 1732-1793. 
Member of the General Assembly 
of North Carolina, 1769-1771. 

Polk, Isaac H., 362. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



POMEROY, MAJOR SETH, 1706-1777. 4th 
Mass. Regt, Louisburg Expedi 
tion, 1745. Crown Point, 1755. 
Brigadier-General in Revolution. 

Dewey, Chas. Ayrault, 56. 

Pomeroy, George E., 99, 327. 

Turner, Theodore C. 121. 
POND, CHARLES, 1744-1832. Soldier 
in Major David Baldwin s Co., 
Col. Nathan Whiting s 2d Conn. 
Regt., 1761. Afterwards Captain 
in the Continental Line. 

Pond, Charles Hobby, 99. 

Pond, Winthrop, 99. 

Pond, Nicholas Misplee, 229. 
POND, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1648-1718. 
Ensign, 1689. Lieutenant, 1695, 
Bradford, Conn., Militia. 

Pond, Edwin W., 99. 
POOLE, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1634-1678. 
Second Captain, Reading, Mass. 
Captain under Major Appleton at 
Hadley, King Philip s War. Presi 
dent of Council of War, 1675- 
1676. 

Carpenter,, Frederick B., 181. 

Cox, Edwin B., 182. 

Cox, Wm. E., 182. 

Kellogg, John Prescott, 226. 

Poole, Charles C., 298. 

Poole, Clark L., 346. 
POOLE, SAMUEL, 3d, 1736-1780. Sol 
dier in "Old French War," 1758, 
at Capture of Fort Frontenac. 

Poole, Murray E., 100. 

Hersey, Roscoe F., 342. 

Hersey, Dudley H., 342. 
POORE, HENRY, 1650-1741, Newbury, 
Mass. Under Major Appleton, 
Narragansett Campaign, 1675. 

Johnson, George P., 193. 

Webb, J. Sidney, 249. 

Murrell, George, 326. 
POPE, COLONEL NATHANIEL, 1660. 

Lieut. -Colonel, Westmoreland Co., 
Va., .655. 

Pope, William H., 386. 
POPE, SETH, 1648-1727. Deputy, Mass. 
General Assembly, 1689. Lieu 
tenant, 1686. Captain, 1690. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 
POPE, THOMAS, 1608-1683, Plymouth, 
Mass. Member of Volunteer Co. 
under William Holmes and Thomas 
Prence, Pequot War. Also in 
service, 1643. 



Kingman, William L., 80. 
PORTER, JOHN, SR., 1648, Windsor, 

Conn. Deputy, General Court, 

1646-1647. 

Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
PORTER, JOHN, JR. , 1 62 1 - 1 688, Windsor, 

Conn. Member, ist Troop of 

Horse, 1658. Trooper in King 

Philip s War. 
Britton, Charles P., 43. 
Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 
Mann, Matthew D., 86. 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
PORTER, SERGEANT JOHN, 1596-1676, 

Salem, Mass. Sergeant, 1646. 

Deputy, General Court, Hingham, 

1644; Salem, 1668. 
Brown, John B., 44. 
Brown, Otis S., 180. 
Porter, George L., 229. 
Skinner, William C., 230. 
PORTER, JOSEPH, 1638-1714, Windsor, 

Conn., under Capt. Moseley, 

King Philip s War. 
Skinner, William C., 230. 
PORTER, MOSES, 1722-1755, Hadley, 

Mass. Captain in Braddock s 

Crown Point Expedition. Killed 

in the " Bloody Morning Scout." 
Fisher, F. Porter, 290. 
PORTER, NATHANIEL, 1 680- 1710. Served 

in the Canada Expedition, 1708- 

1 709. Died at Fort Anne. 
Hart, Charles N., 370. 
PORTER, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1704- 

1759, under Capt. Israel Putnam, 

1756. Indian Scout. 
Hart, Charles N., 370. 
PORTER, SAMUEL, 1755. Served 

in garrison at Fort Edward, and 

died of fever. 
Skinner, Wm. C., 230. 
POST, LIEUTENANT ABRAHAM, 1690. 

Ensign, Saybrook, Conn., 1667. 

Lieutenant, Saybrook Fort, 1680. 
Post, Frank T., 362. 
POWERS, CAPTAIN PETER, 1757. 

Captain of the 3d Co., Col. Joseph 

Blanchard s Regt., Crown Point 

Expedition, 1755. 
Cutter, Edw. J., 183. 
Cutter, Henry A., 267. 
PRATT, SERGEANT DAVID, Fram- 

ingham, Mass. Buckminster s 

Rutland Scouts, 1722. 
Hosmer, Jerome C., 190. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



PRATT, ENSIGN JOHN, 1644-1726, Say- 
brook, Conn. Ensign, 1 684. Dep 
uty, General Court, 1 684, et seq. 

Edwards, Charles L., 323. 
PRATT, JOSHUA. A member of Ply 
mouth Militia, 1643. 

Hall, Lemuel R., 292. 

Spooner, Frank E., 300. 

PRATT, PHINEAS, 1680. Skirmishes 

with Indians, Weymouth, Dor 
chester and Ipswich. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 
PRATT, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1653-1718. 
Lieutenant of Conn. Troops in 
1709, and Captain of the ist Co., 
Saybrook, Conn., 1717. 

Spencer, Horatio Nelson, 315. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer, 315. 
PRATT, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1622- 
1678. Lieutenant, Saybrook Forces 
under Mason, Pequot War. Dep 
uty, 1666, et seq. Member of 
Council of War, 1642. 

Backus, Brady Electus, 35. 

Huse, Roberts., 76. 

Leonard, Edgar C, 83. 

Sill, Frederick S., 1 1 1. 

Eaton, George F., 222. 

Hart, Samuel, 224. 

Ingersoll, Colin M., 226. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 

Spencer, Selden P., 315. 

Edwards, Charles L., 323. 

Marvin, R. Pratt, 326. 

Chittenden, Edwin S., 340. 

Edwards, Edward J., 341. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 
PRENTICE, SOLOMON, Cambridge, Mass. 
Soldier in King Philip s War. 

Fessenden, Charles N., 290. 
PRENCE v PRINCE. 

PRENCE, GOVERNOR THOMAS, 1600- 
1673. Assistant, Plymouth Col 
ony, 1635, e * se( l- Governor, 
1634-1638, and 1657-1672. Mem 
ber Council of War, and " went 
forth against the Pequot Indians," 
1637. Commissioner for United 
Colonies, 1645, etseq. 

Freeman, George W., 63. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Sears, Clinton Brooks, 108, 347. 

Story, Henry Grafton, 1 15. 

Bowman, Austin L., 179. 

Bowman, Ceo. E., 179. 



Brooks, L. Loring, 1 79. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 

Howland, Charles W., 191. 

Howland, Daniel W., 191. 

Lawrie, Andrew, 194. 

Sears, Henry D., 204. 

Gross, Charles E., 224. 

Clark, A. Howard, 241. 

Fuller, Austin Weed, 279. 

Doane, William H., 323. 

Clark, Hosmer P., 340. 

Mayo, Chas. E., 344. 
PRENTICE, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 162 1-1710. 
Lieutenant, Mass. Troop of Horse, 
1656. Captain, 1662. Pequot 
and Narragansett Wars. Engaged 
in apprehension and return of Sir 
Edmund Andros. 

Rice, L. Frederick, 202. 

Dennison, Ira W., 242. 

Sangerjos. P., 247. 

Ames, Louis A., 254. 

Bartholomew, Jas. H., 339. 

Mason, Win. L., 393. 
PRENTIS, JOHN, 1631-1691. Deputy, 
General Court, Conn., 1668. 

Prentis, Edward, 229. 

Converse, Chas. A., 278. 

Mason, William L., 393. 
PRENTIS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1705-1747. 
Commander Sloop Defense at the 
taking of Louisburg, 1 745. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 

Chew, James L., 220. 
PRENTIS, JONATHAN. Deputy, 1702. 
Member of Council, 1707-1724. 
Overseer of Indians, 1715. 

Prentis, Edward, 229. 
PRENTIS, LIEUTENANTJOSEPH, 1 70 1 - 1 773, 
New London, Conn. Lieutenant 
of Militia. 

Converse, Chas. A., 278. 
PRENTIS, STEPHEN, 1666-1758, New 
London, Conn. Deputy, 1712, 
et seq. Captain of Militia, 1714. 

Converse, Chas. A., 278. 
PRESCOTT, JOHN, 1 604- 1 68 1 . Served in 
Garrison at Lancaster, in defence 
of the town against the Indians, 
1675 and 1676. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 

Cutter, Edw. J., 183. 

Love, Wm. DeLoss, 227. 

Cutter, Henry A., 267. 

Sawyer, William D., 271. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 
Moore, George H. s 296. 
White, John B., 316. 
PRESCOTT, JOHN, 3d. Served in Garri 
son at Lancaster, Mass., 1704- 
1705. 

Bennett, Asahel Frank, 287. 
PRESCOTT, CAPTAIN JONAS, 1648-1723. 
Captain, Groton Co. in King Wil 
liam s War, 1689. Deputy, 1699, 
et seq., Colony of Mass. 
Melville, Henry, 88. 
Cutter, Edw. J., 183. 
Farns worth, Frederick, 222. 
Cutter, Henry A., 267. 
PRESCOTT, CAPTAIN JONAS, 2d, 1678- 
1750, Groton, Mass. Deputy, 
1720. 

Melville, Henry, 88. 
PRESCOTT, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1643- 
1 72 1 , Concord, Mass. Captain of 
Militia, Garrison duty. Deputy, 
1692, et seq. 

Boutelle, Henry S., 287. 
Hall, Lemuel R., 292. 
Moore, George H., 296. 
PRESCOTT, JONATHAN, 1675-1755. Pri 
vate in Capt. John Gilman s Co., 
1710. 
Emery, Brainerd Prescott, 60. 

PRESLEY, COLONEL PETER, 1750. 

Member of Virginia House of Bur 
gesses, 1711, ft seq., ad int. 
Barret, Richard A., 309. 
PRESLEY, WILLIAM, 1621-1669. Mem 
ber of Virginia House of Burgesses, 
1647. 

Barret, Richard A., 309. 
PRESTON, RICHARD, 1669. Mem 
ber of Governor s Council, Mary 
land, 1652. One of six Com 
missioners appointed by Parliament 
to govern the Province, 1 65 1 . 
Coates, Edward H., 138. 
Griscom, Clement A., 141. 
PRESTON, SAMUEL, 1665-1743. Mem 
ber of Governor s Council, Prov 
ince of Penn., 1700, et seq. 
Griscom, Clement A., 141. 
PRESTON, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1 676- 1 750. 
Colonel, Conn. Militia. Deputy, 
1714-1749. 

Abbott, EvertonJ., 338. 
PROCTOR, ROBERT. Soldier in King 



Philip s War. 
Estey, Julius J., 279. 



Estey, Jacob G., 279. 
PROVOOST, SERGEANT DAVID, 1608-1656. 
Commander at Fort Good Hope, 
1642-1647. First of the "Nine 
Men," 1652. Sergeant, Blue Flag 
Co., Burgher Corps, New Amster 
dam, 1653. First separate Schout 
at Breuckelen, 1655. Schout and 
Secretary of Breuckelen, Amersfoort 
and Midwont until his death. 

Boardman, Lansdale, 41. 

Collins, H. O., 50, 359. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 

Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 

Sill, John Targee, 1 1 1. 

Thomas, George Cummins, 258. 
PROVOOST, COLONEL DAVID, 1670-1724. 
Captain in Col. Abraham de Pey- 
ster s Regt., New-York City, 1 700. 
Major, 1710. Member of General 
Assembly, 1702-1711. Lieut. - 
Colonel, 1716. Colonel, 1718. 
Member of Council, 1708-1710. 

Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 

Thomas, George Cummins, 258. 
PROVOST, CAPTAIN DAVID, 1695-1781. 
2d Lieutenant in Capt. Cornelius 
Van Home s Co., 1737; ist Lieu 
tenant under Capt. Paul Richard, 
1 738. Captain of a Co. of Troops, 
1740, Spanish Expedition. 

Seaman, Wm. Bleecker, 108. 

Thomas, George Cummins, 258. 
PRUYN, SAMUEL, 1677-1752. Member 
Capt. Rooseboom s Co., Albany, 
1715. 

Pruyn, John V. S. L., 100. 
PUMPELLY, SERGEANT JOHN, 1727-1819. 
Served under Capt. John Loring, 
relief of Fort William Henry, 1758; 
Crown Point, 1755. 

Read, Harmon Pumpelly, 101. 
PUTNAM, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1664-1715, 
Salem. Lieutenant, Captain, 1 706- 
1711. 

Nourse, John F., 197. 

Putnam, Geo. J., 201. 
PUTNAM, EDWARD, 3d, Sutton, Mass. 
Delegate to General Congress,, 

774- 

Stearns, H. Putnam, 231. 
PUTNAM, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1712-1775. 
Served in Louisburg and in French 
and Indian War. Lost his life at 
the Battle of Lexington. 
Carnochan, G. M., 47. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



PUTNAM, MAJOR-GENERAL ISRAEL. At 
the outbreak of the French War, 
1 755, he raised a company of men 
at Pomfret, Conn.; Captain in 
Lyman s Regt. ; Lake George and 
Crown Point. When the army 
was disbanded in the autumn of 
1 755, he remained in the field with 
Major Rogers and his famous 
rangers. Granted a sum of money 
for Extraordinary Services." 
Major, 1757; Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1759. Havana Expedition, 1761- 
1762. In 1764, returned from a 
Western expedition with rank of 
Colonel. Served with distinction 
in the Revolution. 

Day, George H., 221. 

Castle, Alfred H., 288. 

Dana, Chas. D., 289. 
PUTNAM, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1627-1710, 
Salem. Corporal, 1672. Lieu 
tenant, 1678. Captain, 1687. 
Deputy, 1679, et seq. 

Brown, John B., 44. 

Skinner, Henry W., in, 390. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

Putnam, Edw. F., 201. 

Putnam, Geo. J., 201. 
PUTNAM, LIEUTENANT NATHANIEL, 1619- 
1 700. Deputy to General Court, 
1690-1691. Lieutenant, Foot Co., 
Salem Village, 1683. 

Putnam, Geo. J., 201. 

Tapley, Henry F., 206. 

Stearns, H. Putnam, 231. 
PUTNAM, BRIGADIER-GENERAL RUFUS, 
1738-1824. French and Indian 
War. Capt. Ebenezer Leonard s 
Co., Col. Joseph Frye s Mass. 
Regt., 1758. Capt. Joseph Whit- 
comb s Co., Col. Timothy Ruggles 
Regt., 1759. Ensign, Capt. 
Thomas Beman s Co., Col. Wil- 
lard s Regt., 1760. Stillwater, 
Saratoga, Fort Edward, etc. 
Served with distinction in Revo 
lution. 

Fenner, Chas. Putnam, 360. 
PUTNAM, LIEUTENANT STEPHEN, 1694- 
1772, Salem. Lieutenant in 3d 
Co., ist Regt. of Mass. Militia, 
1739, Capt. Samuel Flint, Col. 
Ichabod Plaisted. 

Putnam, Geo. F., 201. 

Putnam, Geo. J., 201. 



PUTNAM, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1614- 
1686. Lieutenant, Troop of 
Horse, Lynn, Mass., 1 662. Served 
in King Philip s War. 

Heaton, John E., 225. 

Stearns, H. Putnam, 231. 

Castle, Alfred H,, 288. 

Dana, Chas. D., 289. 

Gillette, Edwin F., 291. 

Fenner, Charles P., 360. 
PYNCHON, JOHN, 1625-1703. Assistant, 
1655-1686. Member of Council, 
1688. Captain, Major, Lieuten 
ant, and Colonel, 1688. Mem 
ber of Council, 1693-1703. 

Stafford, William F., 113. 

Bagley, John N., 389. 
PYNCHON, JOHN, JR., 1647-1721. Com 
missioner for United Colonies. 

Stafford, William F., 113. 

Bagley, John N., 389. 
PYNCHON, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1590- 
i662,Springfield, Mass. Chartered 
Incorporator and " Assistant." 
Treasurer, 1632-1634. " Gov 
ernor of Springfield," 1641-1650. 
Governing Magistrate of Conn., 
1637-1638. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Hosmer, Edward Sturges, 73. 

McKinstry, Charles H., 87. 

Stafford, William F., 113. 

Walbridge, T. C., 125, 152. 

Washburn, John Henry, 126. 

Woodruff, Chas. H., 130. 

Wolcott, Roger, 212. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 220. 

Stetson, Caleb R., 248. 

Evans, Ira H., 279. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 

Hale, Charles R., 312. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 

McKinstry, Elisha W., 361. 

QUINCY, EDMUND, 1681-1738, Braintree, 
Mass. Representative, 1713-1714. 
Member of Council, 1715-29- 

34- 37- 

Pierce, Jacob W., 200. 
Quincy, Josiah, 201. 
QUINCY, COLONEL JOHN. Major and 

Colonel of Mass. Militia. Speaker 

of House. Member of Governor s 

Council. 
Johnson, John Q. A., 78. 

QUINCY, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL EDMUND, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1627-1698, Braintree, Mass. Dep 
uty, Major, Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Suffolk Regt., 1698. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davies, Wm. G., 53. 

Luquer, Lea McL, 86. 

Luquer, Thatcher T. P., 86. 

Eaton, William S., Jr., 185. 

Salisbury, Edward E., 229. 

Quincy, Charles F., 229. 

RAMBO, PETER GUNNERSON, 1698. 

Member of the Council, Province 
ofPenn., 1668. 

Benson, Edwin N., 137. 

RANDALL, SERGEANT JOHN, 1680, 

Watertown, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip s War, under Capt. 
Poole and Capt. John Holbrook. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
RANDOLPH, ISHAM, 1687-1742. Mem 
ber House of Burgesses and Adju 
tant General, Virginia. 

Trumbull, Nathan F., 372. 
RANDOLPH, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL WIL 
LIAM, 1651-1711. Member House 
of Burgesses, 1700-1705. Cap 
tain, Henrico Co. Forces, 1680. 
Lieut. -Colonel, 1699. Attorney- 
General and Member Royal Coun 
cil of Virginia. Founder of Wil 
liam and Mary College, 1 690. 

Hutchinson, Cary T., 76. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 118, 168. 

Thomas, D. H., Jr., 168. 

Trumbull, Nathan F., 372. 
RAPELJE, LIEUTENANT JORIS, 1675-1741. 
Lieutenant of His Majesty s 
Forces, Queen s Co., New-York. 

Kitchen, John C. D., 81. 

Whitehouse, J. N. de R., 128. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 
RAPALJIE, JORIS JANSEN, de. Repre 
sentative from " Waal-boght," 
"to the first popular meeting in 
New Netherland," 1641. One of 
the "Twelve Men." 

Moody, Fredericks., 362. 
RAWSON, SECRETARY EDWARD, 1615- 
1693. Secretary, Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1650-1681. Commis 
sioner at Boston, 1658. Officer 
to enforce English Naval Laws, 
1663. 

Rawson, Edward S., 327. 



Taft, Charles P., 328. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
RAWSON, REVEREND GRINDAL, 1659- 
1715. Chaplain of the Fleet under 
Sir William Phips, Port Royal Ex 
pedition, 1690. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
RAWSON, LIEUTENANT STEPHEN, 1722- 
1773, Providence, R. I. Lieuten 
ant, Militia, 1 749. Assistant, 1 760. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
RAYMOND, JOSHUA, 1639-1676, Salem, 
Mass., and New London, Conn. 
Commissary in King Philip s War. 
Cornet of Troopers. 

Otis, Philo A., 297. 

Waite, Horace F., 303. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 
RAYNOLDS, NATHANIEL. Private in 
Capt. Hudson s Co., 1675. Cap 
tain under Col. Church. 

Reynold, Edward V., 229. 
READ, COLONEL CLEMENT, 1707-1763. 
In command of Expedition, 
French and Indian War, 1758. 

Deen, Wm. M., 255. 
READ, JOHN, SR., 1598-1685, Reho- 
both, Mass A. & H. A. Co., 
1644. 

Hill, John W., 293. 

Hill, Henry B., 342. 

Whipple, Charles H., 349. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
READ, JOHN, JR., 1640-1676, Reho- 
both, Mass. Killed by the Indians 
at Pierce s Fight. 

Hill, John W., 293. 

Hill, Henry B., 342. 

Whipple, Charles H., 349. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
READ, JOHN, 1679-1749, Boston, Mass. 
Deputy, 1738. Member of Coun 
cil , 1741-1742. Attorney-Gen 
eral, 1723, et seq. 

Mclntyre, Chas. Jno., 195. 

Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 
READ, COLONEL JOHN, 1 688- 1 756. Lieu 
tenant in the Delaware Colonial 
Forces, 1747, French War. 

Read, Harmon Pumpelly, 101. 
READ, COLONEL JOHN, 1699-1786, Red 
ding, Conn. Major,i753. Lieut. - 
Colonel, 1757. Colonel, Seven 
Years War. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Eaton, Theodore H., 255, 389. 
READE, GEORGE, 1600-1671. Secre 
tary, Colony of Virginia, 1637. 
Acting Governor, 1638. Member, 
House of Burgesses, James City 
Co., 1649. York Co., 1656. 
Member Royal Council, 1657, till 
his death. 

Glenn, John T., 385. 

Jackson, Henry R., 385. 

McAllister, John M., 386. 

Whitner, John A., 386. 

Whitner, Charles F., 386. 

READE, JOSEPH, 1771 . Member of 

Provincial Council of New-York, 
1764-1771. 

Hamersley, J. Hooker, 69. 
READE, ENSIGN WILLIAM, 1605-1663. 
Weymouth, Mass. Ensign of 
Foot Co., 1640. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, i635- 36- 38. 

Reed, John L., 166. 

Reade, Philip, 201. 

READE, WILLIAM, 1625-1690, Woburn, 
Mass. Served in the Mount Hope 
Campaign, 1675, under Capt. 
Prentice; also under Lieut. Oakes, 
1676, King Philip s War. 

Hall, Dudley, 68. 

READE, WILLIAM, 1639-1706, Wey 
mouth, Mass. Soldier, King 
Philip s War. 

Reade, Philip, 201, 394. 

REDDOCKE, HENRY, , Providence, 

R. I. Deputy, 1654. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 
REDFIELD, CAPTAIN PELEG, 1723-1760. 
French and Indian War. 2d 
Lieutenant, loth Co., 2d Conn. 
Regt., 1756. ist Lieutenant, 
1758, capture of Ticonderoga. 
Captain of ninety men raised 
about Killingwoith for the cam 
paign, 1759-1760. Served under 
Lord Amherst at Crown Point, 
and died near Stockbridge, Mass., 
on his journey home. 

Proctor, Thos. Redfield, 100. 
REMICK, JOSEPH, 1731-1782, of New- 
bury, Mass. Clerk in Lieut. -Col. 
John Kingsbury s Co., Col. Jona 
than Bagley s Regt., at Fort 
William Henry, 1756. 

Remick, Ninian B., 101. 

Remick, Jno. A., 201. 

Remick, Timothy, 201. 



REMINGTON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1617- 
1667, of Rowley, Mass. In Pe- 
quot War. 

Remington, Cyrus K., 101. 
REMSEN, CAPTAIN HENRY, 1736-1792. 
Ensign in Capt. David Abell s 
Foot Co., New-York City, 1760. 
Captain, 1772, Col. Leonard Lis- 
penard s Regt. 

Remsen, Phoenix, 101. 
REMSEN, COLONEL JEROMUS, 1735-1790. 
Provincial Forces, New-York. 

Whitehouse, J. N. deR., 128. 
REVELL, RANDALL. Member of Assem 
bly, Maryland, 1638. Member of 
Virginia House of Burgesses, 1657- 
1658. 

Dennis, James Teacle, 160. 

Curtis, George W. N., 242. 

Curtis, J. B. Gregg, 242. 
REYNOLDS, THOMAS. Delegate from 
Calvert Co., Md., Lower House of 
Assembly, 1754-1757. 

Reynolds, Edward, 166. 
RHOADES, ATTORNEY - GENERAL JOHN, 
1658-1716, Rhode Island. Dep 
uty, General Court. Clerk of As 
sembly. 

Felton, Samuel M., 324. 

RHOADES, SAMUEL. 1643 . Served 

under Capt. Gardiner, King 
Philip s War. 

Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 
RHOADES, ENSIGN SAMUEL. Commis 
sioned Ensign, 1768, in the 3d 
Co., Capt. Gallison, of Marble- 
head, Mass., in Col. Jacob Fowle s 
Regt. of Foot. 

Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 
RHOADES, SAMUEL. Mayor of Phila 
delphia, 1774. Member of the 
Continental Congress, 1 774. 

Franklin, William B., 222. 
RHODES, SAMUEL. Served in Capt. 
Ebenezer Cox s Co. from Stough- 
tonham, Mass., in French and In 
dian War, 1 760. In Samuel Mil 
ler s Regt. at Crown Point, 1 756, 
and in Capt. Nathaniel Blake s Co. 
at Crown Point, 1756-1757. 

Adams, Edward M., 285. 
RICE, EDMUND, 1594-1663, Sudbury, 
Mass. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1640, et seq. 

Parker, Charles L., 198. 

Rice, Henry B., 202. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



RICE, EDWARD, 1619-1712, Marlboro, 
Mass. Member of West Middle 
sex Regt., and quartered in his 
garrison house, 1 69 1 . 
Rice, Henry B., 202. 
Rice, L. Frederick, 202. 
Pierce, Frederick C., 298. 
RICE, CORPORAL HENRY, 1616-1711, 
Sudbury, Mass. Corporal, Mili 
tary Co., 1686. 
Rice, Henry B., 202. 
RICE, JOSEPH, 1637-1685, Marlboro, 
Mass. Owned a garrison house, 
King Philip s War, 1675-1676. 
Deputy, 1683. 
Rice, L. Frederick, 202. 
RICE, SAMUEL. Member of the garrison 
at the house of Joseph Rice in 
Marlboro, Mass., 1675. 
Rice, L. Frederick, 202. 
Messinger, Wm. D., 296. 

RICE THOMAS, 1681, Sudbury, 

Mass. Commanded a garrison at 
Marlboro, 1675. 
Bennett, Asahel F., 287. 
RICHARD, CAPTAIN PAUL, 1697-1756. 
Captain, New-York City Militia, 
1738. Mayor, 1735-1 739- De P- 
uty, 1743-1756. Commissary of 
War, 1746. Member of Colonial 
Assembly. 

Brown, Paul Richard, 44. 
RICHARD, LIEUTENANT STEPHEN, 1670- 
1730. Lieutenant in Capt. Isaac 
DeRiemer s Co., Col. Abraham 
de Peyster sRegt., under Earl Bel- 
lomont, 1700. 
Brown, Paul Richard, 44. 
RICHARDS, CAPTAIN GEORGE, New Lon 
don, Conn. Deputy. Ensign, 1 726. 
Lieutenant, 1 736. Captain, 1739. 
Prentis, Edward, 229. 
RICHARDS, CAPTAIN JEREMIAH, JR., 1705- 
1776, Roxbury, Mass. Captain, 
Col. Williams Regt. in Canada, 

! 755- 

Rawson, Edward S., 327. 
RICHARDS, THOMAS, Boston. A. & H. 

A. Co., 1648. 
Rogers, Allan, 203. 
RICHARDSON, ABEL, 1736-1761. Soldier 

in the French War, 1756-1760. 
Woodworth, Newell B., 131. 

RICHARDSON, AMOS, 1683, of 

Stonington, Conn. Deputy to 
the General Court, 1676-1677. 



Doane, Wm. H., 323. 
RICHARDSON, EZEKIEL, 1647. Dep 
uty, General Court of Mass., 1635. 
Richardson, Albert E., 281. 
Richardson, Frederick A., 281. 
RICHARDSON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1639- 
1696, Woburn, Mass. Soldier in 
King Philip s War, and Phips 
Expedition. Lieutenant in Militia. 
Leach, J. Granville, 144. 
Thompson, Abijah, 207. 
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH, 1 643- 1717. Served 
under Major Samuel Appleton in 
Great Swamp Fight. 
Woodworth, Newell B., 131. 
RICHARDSON, LIEUTENANT JOSIAH, 1665- 
1711, Chelmsford, Mass. Lieu 
tenant in West Middlesex Regt. 
in garrison, 1691-1692, King Wil 
liam s War. 
Reade, Philip, 299. 

RICHARDSON, NATHANIEL, 1651-1714, of 
Capt. Prestiss Co. Wounded in 
the Great Swamp Fight. 
Holmes, Edwin T., 73. 
Richardson, George C., 202. 
Tolman, William S., 208. 
RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, 1719. Pro 
vincial Councillor, 1688 - 1695. 
Member of Assembly fourteen 
terms, Province of Penn. 
Campbell, Benjamin H., 46. 
Lewis, William F., 146. 
Pennypacker, Samuel W., 149. 

RICHARDSON, STEPHEN, 1683. 

Served under Lieut. Edward 
Oakes, King Philip s War. 
Reynolds, James, 102. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
RICHARDSON, THOMAS, 1645 - V 20 - 
Served under Capt. Samuel Gal- 
lup s Expedition to Canada, 1690. 
Deputy, 1703-1704. 
Holdcn, Joshua B., 190. 
Keith, Albert, 245. 

RICHMOND, CAPTAIN EDWARD, 1632- 
1 696. Lieutenant in King Philip s 
War. Captain, 1690. Deputy, 
Rhode Island Assembly, 1678, 
et seq. 

Campbell, Wm. A., 46. 
Paige, Edward W., 95. 
Richmond, Adelbert G., 102. 
Watson, William H., 126. 
Wilbour, Joshua, 407. 
RICHMOND, COLONEL EZRA, 1721-1800, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Dighton, Mass. Aide-de-camp to 
his father, Col. Sylvester Rich 
mond, Louisburg Expedition, 
1745. Commissioned Colonel 
by George II., and as such 
served in the French and Indian 
Wars. Representative, 1752, 
et seq. 

Allen, Francis R., 175. 
RICHMOND, COLONEL SYLVESTER, 1698- 
1783, Dighton, Mass. Represen 
tative, 1741-1747. Commissioned, 
1 744. Colonel of the 6th Mass. 
Regt., Louisburg Expedition. He 
planned the assault which led to 
the fall of Louisburg, and re 
ceived the French flag at the cap 
ture of the fortress. 

Chapman, Thomas B v 48. 

Allen, Francis R., 175. 

Allen, Frederick B., 176. 
RIDGELY, DR. CHARLES, 1737-1785. 
Member Colonial Assembly of 
Delaware, 1774, which selected 
delegates to Continental Congress 
in Carpenter s Hall, Philadel 
phia. 

DuPont, Alexis I., 400. 

Morris, Walter, 40 1 . 

Ridgely, Henry, Jr., 401. 

RIDGELY, COLONEL HENRY, 1708. 

Member of Assembly, 1 692. Mem 
ber of Governor s Council, Major 
and Colonel of Militia, Anne 
Arundel Co., 
sioner, 1683. 

Tilton, Palmer, 207. 

Tilton, Warren C., 208. 

Hall, William C., 243. 

Peale, Albert C., 246 



Kent Co., in the Nanticoke Expe 
dition, 1678. 
Spencer, John T., 151. 

RISHWORTH, EDWARD, 1617-1691, York, 
Me. Deputy, General Court, Mass. 
Bay, 1653, et seq. Councillor, 
1 646, et seq. 
Hale, Josiah L., 188. 

ROBBINS, LIEUTENANT JONATHAN, 1686- 
1725. Served under Capt. Love- 
well and was killed in battle with 
Indians at Fryeburg, Me. 
Robbins, Howard S., 103. 

ROBBINS, SAMUEL, 1643-1708, Cam 
bridge, Mass. Served in Capt. 
Thomas Prentice s Co., King 
Philip s War. 
Robbins, Howard S., 103. 

ROBERDEAU, DANIEL, Philadelphia. 
Delegate to the Assembly, 1756- 
1 760. Colonel, 2d Battalion, Penn. 
Associates, 1775. Brigadier-Gen 
eral, 1776. 
Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 

ROBERTS, LIEUTENANT LEMUEL, 1 700 
. Lieutenant, Conn. Militia, 

743- 

Roberts, Cyrus S., 103. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 

Goodwin, James J., 223. 
ROBERTS, CAPTAIN LEMUEL, Simsbury, 
Conn. 9th Co. Conn. Militia, 1 774. 

Goodwin, Francis, 223. 

Goodwin, James J., 223. 

Md. Commis- ROBERTS, GOVERNOR THOMAS. Last 
Colonial Governor of New Hamp 
shire, 1640. 

Atwood, Edward S., 34. 

Roberts, James A., 103. 

Fiske, George F., 290. 



RIGGS, SERGEANT EDWARD, 1619-1669, ROBESON, ANDREW, 1653-1719. Mem- 



Roxbury, Mass. Served in Pequot 
War. 

Myer, Isaac, 92. 

Short, William, 315. 
RIGGS, THOMAS, 1632-1722, Glouces 
ter, Mass. Town Clerk fifty-one 
years. Selectman, twenty years. 
Representative, 1 700. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
RING, ANDREW, 1617-1692. Member 
of Plymouth Military Co. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

RINGGOLD, MAJOR JAMES, 1636-1686. 
Lord of Eastern Neck, Md. Major 
and Commander of the Militia, 



Served in 



ber of Penn. Council, under Gov. 
Fletcher, 1693. 

Robeson, Andrew, 202. 
ROBIE, SAMUEL, 1659-1717. 
King William s War. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
ROBINSON, GEORGE, JR., 1656-1724. 
Rehoboth, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War under Major Brad 
ford. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

Blackmer, Henry M., 368. 
ROBINSON, PETER. Lieutenant, Sussex 
Co. Regt., 1756, Delaware, French 
War. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Robinson, Thomas, 401. 
ROBINSON, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1705- 1767. 
Served in French and Indian 
Wars, 1756, as Captain in Col. 
Timothy Ruggles Regt, Mass. 
Troops. Was at the battle of Lake 
George. Sent to England, 1766, 
as Agent for New Hampshire set 
tlers, to present their petition to 
the King for relief against the gov 
ernment of New-York. 

Robinson, Lewis A., 347. 
ROBINSON, COLONEL TULLY, 1658-1723. 
Sheriff of Accomac Co., Va., 
1706-1710. County Lieutenant, 
1715. Justice of Co., 1680. Mem 
ber House of Burgesses. 

Hobson, Henry W., 370. 
ROBINSON, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 
1694-1751. Deputy-Governor of 
Rhode Island, 1745-1748. French 
War. Judge of the Court of 
Equity, 1 741-1 742. Deputy, 1724- 
26- 34- 42. 

Watson, Charles P., 126. 

Watson, Wm. Henry, 127. 

Pell, Rodman C, 298. 

Hazard, Rowland, 405. 

Pell, Howland, 406. 
ROCKET (ROCKWOOD), BENJAMIN, Dor 
chester, Mass. Soldier, King 
Philip s War. Served under Capt. 
Benjamin Swett at Black Point, 
1677, where he was severely 
wounded. 

Ware, Horace E., 208. 
RODMAN, JOHN, 1679-1756. Member 
of the King s Council, 1738-1756. 
Member of the Court to settle the 
controversy between the Mohegan 
Indians and Colony of Conn., 

1749- 

Jones, Charles Henry, 143. 

Jones, Richmond Legh, 144. 

Paul, John Rodman, 149. 

Paul, Lawrence T., 149. 
RODMAN, WILLIAM, 1720-1794. Member 
Assembly, Province of Penn.,1763- 
1775. Commissioner to negotiate 
with Indians at Fort Pitt, 1 768. 

Jones, Charles H., 143. 

Jones, Richmond Legh, 144. 
RODNEY, WILLIAM, 1652-1708. Mem 
ber, Colonial Council from Kent 
Co., Delaware, 1688-1689. 

Burton, Hiram R., 400. 



Rodney, John H., 401. 
ROE, JOHN. Killed in Colonial Service 
in the French and Indian Wars, 
near Lake Champlain, 1756. 

Roe, Fayette W., 247, 347. 

Roe, Francis Asbury, 247. 

Roe, George, 247. 

ROGERS, MAJOR JAMES, 1726-1790. 
Ensign, Lieutenant, Captain and 
Major of the Queen s Rangers in 
New Hampshire, 1756-1779. 

Rogers, Edmund J. A., 371. 

ROGERS, JOHN, 1692, Duxbury, 

Mass. Member of Capt. Myles 
Standish s Co., 1643. Deputy, 
1657, General Court, Plymouth 
Colony. 

Seabury, Frederick C., 108. 

Allen, Frederick B., 176. 

Tucker, William R., 301. 
ROGERS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1641-1716, 
Newport, R. I. Captain, 1701. 
Assistant, 1705-1712. 

Noyes, Chas. P., 345. 
ROGERS, JOHN, JR., 1668-1727. Ensign, 
1714, Newport, R. I., Militia. 

Noyes, Chas. P., 345. 

ROGERS, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH 1678. 

Member of the Duxbury Co., 
under Capt. Myles Standish. 
Lieutenant in Capt. Matthew 
Fuller s Co., 1647. 

Strong, R. P., 167. 

ROGERS, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH. Ensign 
at Milford, 1723. Lieutenant, 
1726. Colony of Conn. 

Kobbe, George C., 257. 
ROGERS, COLONEL ZABDIAL, 1737-1808, 
Norwich, Conn. 1762, Lieuten 
ant in 3d Regt. 1765, Captain. 
1774, Major of the 2oth Regt. 
1777, Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 
ROLFE, JOHN. First Secretary and Re 
corder of the Colony of Virginia. 

Tiernan, Charles Barnard, 168. 

ROMBOUTS, CAPTAIN FRANCIS, 1691. 

Member of the Council, Prov 
ince of New-York, under Gov. 
Sloughter, 1691. Schepen, New 
Orange, 1674. Mayor, New- 
York, 1679. Captain, 1684. 

Rankin , Egbert G . , i o i . 

Darrach, Bradford, 255. 

Timerlake, William S., 348. 
ROOSA, CAPTAIN ARIE, 1 650 . Cap- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



tain, Foot Co. in the Ulster and 
Dutchess Cos. Regt., Lieut.-Col. 
Jacob Rutsen, 1700. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 
ROOT, THOMAS, 1605-1695. One of 
the thirty-seven soldiers from 
Hartford, Pequot War. 

Banks, David, Jr., 36. 

Kissam, Henry S., 80. 

Mann, Elias P., 86. 

Mann, Francis N., 86. 

Root, Arthur G., 104. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 115. 

Kent, Henry O., 269. 
ROSE, THOMAS. Deputy, General 
Court of Conn., 1695. 

Swisher, Stephen A., 315. 
ROSSETER, EDWARD. Governor s As 
sistant, Colony of Mass. Bay, 
1629-1630. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Betts, Samuel R., 40. 

Judson, William P., 79. 

Kelly, James H., 80. 

Thayer, Nathaniel, 206. 

Pierce, James O., 346. 
ROSSETER, JOSIAH. Governor s Assis 
tant, Colony of Conn., 1 701-1 7 1 1. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Betts, Samuel R., 40. 

Judson, William P., 79. 

ROUSBY, JOHN, 1 744. Member of 

the House of Assembly of Mary 
land, 1714-1721. Member of the 
Council, 1721-1744. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

ROWE, HUGH, 1645 , Gloucester, 

Mass. Soldier in King Philip s 
War. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

RUDD, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1738 . 

Ensign in 1745. Lieutenant in 
1750, and Captain in 1758, 2d 
Co., 5th Regt., Conn. Troops. 
Deputy, 1762 and 1764. 

Bailey, Edward P., 285. 

Ridgely, Charles, 299. 
RUGGLES, JOHN, 1633-1713, Roxbury, 
Mass. Served under Capt. Nicho 
las Manning, 1676; also under 
Lieut. Gillman s Co., Major Sav 
age; also trooper under Capt. 
Davis, 1675. 

Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 

Pettibone, Asa G., 298. 

Spooner, Frank E., 300. 



RUGGLES, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1629-1692. 
Lieutenant, 1676. Captain, Rox 
bury Militia. Actively engaged 
in the overthrow of Andros, 
1689. 

Davis, Fellowes, 54. 

Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 
RUGGLES, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1658-1715. 
Captain of Roxbury, Mass. Militia. 
Deputy four years. 

Adams, John W., 338. 
RUGGLES, BRIGADIER-GENERAL TIMOTHY, 
1711-1795, Hardwick, Mass. Pro 
vincial Forces of Mass., Northern 
Frontiers. French and Indian 
War, 1753-1763. Secondincom- 
mand at battle of Lake George. 
Delegate to Congress, New-York, 
1765, and its President. Served 
with distinction in Revolution. 

Green, Samuel Swett, 187. 

Green, John, 312. 

RUSSELL, JOHN. Member of the " Barn- 
stable Co.," Plymouth Colony, 
under Lieut. Thomas Dymoke, in 
active service with the Indians, 
1643-1644. 

Bartlett, John Russell, 37. 
RUSSELL, JONATHAN, 1700-1774. En 
sign, Provincial Forces, Conn., 
1731. Lieutenant, 1737. Deputy, 
1738, etseq. 

Merwin, Walter L., 147. 
RUSSELL, LIEUTENANT PELEBIAH. "Crown 
Point Expedition," 1757, Col. Na 
thaniel Meserve s New Hampshire 
Regt. 

Russell, Steven G., 347. 
RUSSELL, HON. RICHARD, 1612-1679. 
Member General Court, Mass. 
Speaker, 1648, et seq. Councillor, 
i659- 74. Treasurer, 1644-^9. 

Ward, Charles S., 233. 

Hubbard, Gardiner G., 244. 

RUST,QUARTERMASTER NATHANIEL, 1639- 

1713, Ipswich, Mass. Quarter 
master, Expedition to Canada, 
1690. Deputy, 1690-1691. 

Rust, Nathaniel]., 203. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
RUTGERS, CAPTAIN ANTHONY, New- 
York City Militia, 1726-1746. 
Member, New-York Colonial As 
sembly, 1726-1737. 

Smith, Gouverneur Mather, 1 12. 

Smith, Lewis Bayard, 1 12. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



RUTGERS, HARMAN, 1711. Private 

in the Burgher Corps, New Am 
sterdam, 1653. 

Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 87. 

Satterlee, Francis LeR., 105. 

Trevor, Henry Graff, 120. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 
RUTGERS, LIEUTENANT HENRY (HEN- 
DRICK), 1711-1779. Ensign in 
Capt. Cornelius Van Home s Co., 
New-York City Militia, 1737. 
2d Lieutenant in Capt. Abraham 
Van Wyck s Co., 1738. 

Foulke, William, 63. 

LeRoy, Frederick S., 83. 

Wells, Thos. L., 128. 
RUTTER, HON. THOMAS, ist. Member 
of Assembly, Province of Penn., 
Co. of Philadelphia, 1713, et seq. 

Brooke, John R., 339. 

SABIN, BENJAMIN, 1646-1725. Deputy, 
General Court of Conn., i7i9- 23. 

Sabin, David D., 314. 
SABIN, MAJOR JOHN, 1666-1742, Pom- 
fret, Conn. Captain of Militia, 
1714. 

Cutler, Edward H., 341. 

SABIN, WILLIAM, 1687, Rehoboth, 

Mass. Deputy, 1657, et seq. 

Brown, George E., 180. 

Sabin, David D., 314. 

Hill, Henry B., 342. 

Whipple, Charles H., 349. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
SALTONSTALL, GOVERNOR GuRDON,i666- 
1 724. Governor, Colony of Conn. 
1708. 

Saltonstall, A. H. Mickle, 105. 

Stoddard, Enoch V., 115. 

Thompson, Edward Ray, 1 18. 

Thompson, Hobart W., 119. 

Lennig, Charles F., 145. 
SALTONSTALL, COLONEL NATHANIEL, 1 647- 
1 707. Was in command of the 
troops sent to Boston " to pre 
vent usurpation of Gov. Andros, 
and to quiet the people at Casco 
Bay," 1680. Member of Council, 
and Assistant, Mass. Bay Colony, 
1679-1686. 

Saltonstall, A. H. Mickle, 105. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Thayer, Nathaniel, 206. 
Bagley, John N., 389. 
SALTONSTALL, SIR RICHARD, 1586-1660. 



Proprietary Patentee and Assistant 
of the General Court, Mass. Bay 
Co. Chairman, Committee to 
arrange transfer of the Govern 
ment of the Co. from England to 
the Colony, 1 629. Original Paten 
tee of Conn. 

Saltonstall, A. H. Mickle, 105. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Thayer, Nathaniel, 206. 
SALTONSTALL, RICHARD, 1610-1694. 
Sergeant-Major, Col. Endicott s 
Regt., 1641. Assistant and Dep 
uty, General Court, Mass. Bay 
Colony, 1635-1649. 

Saltonstall, A. H. Mickle, 105. 

Hastings, Henry, 189. 

Thayer, Nathaniel, 206. 

Wight, William W., 304. 

Bagley, John N., 389. 
SAMPSON, ABRAHAM. Member of Dux- 
bury Militia, 1643. 

Sampson, Clark H., 314. 
SANBORN, DANIEL, 1728-1812. Mem 
ber of Capt. Nathaniel Drake s Co. 
of Scouts, 1 746, Province of New 
Hampshire; also Capt. Nathaniel 
Folsom s Co., Col. Joseph Blam s 
Regt., 1755, Crown Point Expe 
dition. 

Sanborn, John P., 406. 
SANBORN, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1620-1692. 
Ensign, Hampton, N. H., 1677. 
Lieutenant, 1 679. Officer in King 
William s War, 1689. Repre 
sentative, General Assembly, 1 685 . 

Cadle, Henry, 310. 

Moulton, John H., 313. 

Conner, John Sanborn, 322. 

Conner, Phineas Sanborn, 322. 
SANDELANDES, JAMES, 1636-1692. Pro 
vincial Councillor, Penn., 1681. 

Ward, Brinton, 138. 

SANDFORD, MAJOR WILLIAM, SR., 

1692, Bergen Co., N. J. Major, 
1683. Attorney-General, 1683. 
Member of Council, East Jersey. 
1 682- 1 686. President of Court at 
Elizabeth, 1671. 

Toler, Henry P., 258. 
SANDS, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1622-1695. 
Deputy, New Shoreham Co., R. 
I., 1665. Assistant Warden, 1676. 
Commanded the Militia Co. in 
King Philip s War, and his house 
garrisoned. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Sands, B. Aymar, 105. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 107. 

Seton, Robert, 109. 

Suckley, Robert B., 116. 

Downing, Augustus C, 255. 

Otis, Philo A., 297. 

Waite, Horace F., 302. 

Waite, Horace G., 303. 

Sands, James T., 314. 
SANDS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1649-1712. New 
Shoreham Co., Rhode Island 
Troops. Deputy, 1678-1681. 

Sands, B. Aymar, 105. 

Suckley, Robert B., 116. 

Trenchard, Edward, 120. 

Prime, Frederick, 150. 

SANFORD, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 653. 

Sergeant, 1640. Lieutenant, 1644. 
Assistant, 1647. 

Noyes, Charles P., 345. 
SANFORD, GOVERNOR PELEG, 1639-1701. 
Major, 1679. Lieut. -Colonel, 1687. 
Member of Sir Edward Andros 
Council, 1687. Governor of Rhode 
Island, 1680-1683. 

Noyes, Charles P., 93, 345. 

Noyes, Daniel R., 345. 
SANGER, RICHARD. Deputy, Mass. 
General Court, 1775. 

SangerJ. P., 247. 
SARES, RICHARD. See SEARS. 
SARGENT, JOHN, 1639-1710, Charles- 
town, Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War under Lieut. Gillam and 
Major Savage. 

Sargent, Frederick H., 372. 
SATTERLEE, LIEUTENANT BENEDICT, 1714- 
1778. French and Indian War. 
Ensign, 1758. Lieutenant, 1759. 

Satterlee, Edward R., 105. 

Satterlee, F. Le Roy, 105. 

Satterlee, Herbert L., 106. 

Swartwout, Satterlee, 1 1 7. 

SAUNDERS, JAMES, 1707. Member 

General Assembly of Maryland, 
1692-1701. Member of the Coun 
cil, 1701-1707. 

Wilson, James G., 169. 

Wilson, Marshall G., 170. 

Wilson, William B., 170. 
SAUNDERS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1714-1782. 
In service under Sir William John 
son, Bart., 1757-1758, "in sev 
eral marches on the frontier of 
Albany Co. against the enemy." 



Beekman, Jas. W., 38. 
SAVAGE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1707-1792. 
Served under Abercrombie; also 
under Bradstreet at Ticon- 
deroga, 1758. 

Shelton, George G., MO. 

Shelton, William A., no. 
SAVAGE, MAJOR THOMAS, 1607-1682, 
Boston, Mass. A. & H. A. Co. 
Lieutenant, 1641. Captain, 1651. 
Major commanding the Mass. 
Forces in the Mount Hope Cam 
paign, 1676. Deputy, General 
Court, 1654, et seq. Speaker, 
1659-1671. Assistant, 1680-1681. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 

Bell, Charles U., 178. 

Hotchkiss, Henry Lucius, 225. 
SAWYER, CALEB, 1659-1755. In garri 
son at Lancaster, Mass., 1704. 

Sawyer, William D., 271. 

Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 
SAWYER, SERGEANT CALEB, 1737-1815, 
Harvard, Mass. Soldier in Col. 
Wilder s Regt. against Crown 
Point, 1755. Sergeant in Capt. 
Thos. Wilder s Co., 1757, and 
under Capt. Josiah Whitney. 

Sawyer, William D., 271. 

Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 
SAWYER, JOSHUA, 1655-1738, Lancaster, 
Mass. Member of Capt. Daniel 
Henchman s Co., King Philip s 
War. 

Morris, Seymour, 296. 
SAWYER, NATHANIEL, 1670-1756. In 
garrison at Lancaster, 1 704- 1711, 
and in engagements with the In 
dians. 

Bennett, Asahel F., 287. 
SAWYER, PHINEAS, 1709-1782. In Capt. 
Eph. Wilder s Co., 1748. " Sur- 
body s" raid. Also under Capt. 
John Carter, alarm for Fort Wil 
liam Henry, second Crown Point 
Expedition, 1757. 

Bennett, Asahel F., 287. 
SAWYER, SAMUEL, 1698-1787. Served 
in Lovewell s War, 1722-1726. 

Gerry, Allston, 64. 

SAWYER, THOMAS, 1616-1706. In gar 
rison at Lancaster, King Philip s 
War. 

Sawyer, William D., 271. 

Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 
SAWYER, WILLIAM, 1656-1718, New- 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



bury, Mass. Soldier in Major 
Appleton s Regt., King Philip s 
War. Representative, 1 707, et seq. 

Morgan, Appleton, 90. 

Wilson, John A., 139. 
SAXTON, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1656-1715. 
Member of Capt. Moseley s Co., 
1675; a ^ so under Lieut. Nathaniel 
Reynolds, 1676. Captain in Mi 
litia. 

Fletcher, Paris, 341. 

SAYRE, CAPTAIN DANIEL, 1666-1748. 

Lieutenant, Col. Schuyler s Co., 

New-York Militia. Expedition to 

Canada ini 71 1, after ward Captain. 

Banta, Theodore M., 36. 

Duffield, Howard, 58. 

Sayres, Edward S., 150. 

SCARBRUGH, CAPTAIN EDMUND, I St. 

Member, Virginia House of Bur 
gesses from Accomac Co., 1629, 
et seq. 

Dennis, James Teacle, 160. 

SCARBRUGH, COLONEL EDMUND, 2d, 

1671. Member, Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1 642- 1 67 1 . Speaker, 
1645. m command of the Expe 
dition against the Assateague In 
dians, 1659. 

Dennis, James Teacle, 160. 

Hobson, Henry W., 370. 

SCHERMERHORN, SYMON, 1658-1696, 

who, at the destruction of Schen- 
ectady by the French and Indians, 
February 8, 1 69O,though wounded, 
rode to Albany to give the alarm. 

Schermerhorn, Edw. G., 106. 

Schermerhorn, Chas. A., 106. 

Suydam, Walter L., 117. 

Thebaud, Paul G., 118. 
SCHENCK, ROELOF MARTENSE. Captain 
of Horse, Kings Co., N. Y., 1690. 

Vander Veer, Edgar A., 122. 
SCHNEIDER, JOHANNES WILHELM, 1682- 
1768. Volunteer Co. of Palatines, 
Expedition against Canada, in 
1711 from Annsburg. 

Kissam, Henry S., 80. 

Reynolds, Hoffman K., 101. 

SCHOONMAKER, LIEUTENANT HENDRICK 

JOCHEMSEN, 1 68 1. Served at 

Fort Orange, and in the Esopus 
War. Member of Council of War. 
Severely wounded at Wittnych, 
1663. 
Poucher, John W., 100. 



Re Qua, Charles H., 299. 
SCHOONMAKER, CAPTAIN JOCHEM, 1658 
1 730. Captain, Ulster Co. Militia, 
New-York, against the Indians. 

Poucher, John W., 100. 
SCHUYLER, CAPTAIN ARENT, 1662-1730. 
New-York Provincial Forces, 
French and Indian Wars, 1693- 
1696. 

Clark, Henry Schieffelin, 49. 

Harriman, William E., 70. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 107. 
SCHUYLER, COLONEL JOHANNES, 1668- 
1 747. New-York ProvincialForces, 
French and Indian Wars. 

Church, Richard, 49. 

Hamilton, Alexander, 69. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 
SCHUYLER, COLONEL JOHANNIS, v. VAN 

SCHUYLER. 

SCHUYLER, CAPTAIN NICHOLAS. Expe 
dition to Onondague, 1711. Cap 
tain of the Fort at Albany, 1 747- 
1748. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 122. 
SCHUYLER, COLONEL PIETER, 1657-1724. 
Lieutenant of Horse, 1685. Com 
manded a Co., at Schenectady, 
N. Y., 1689. In command of the 
Fort at Albany, 1689. For many 
years delegate to the Councils of 
the Five Nations, who honored 
him with the name of " Queeder." 
Led the expedition which ended 
in the capture of Fort La Prairie. 
Member of the King s Council, 
1662-1720, and, as President, 
Acting Governor of the Province, 

Beekman, J. William, 38. 
Fitzgerald, Louis, 61. 
Fryer, Robt. L., 63. 
Livingston, Philip, 84. 
Montgomery, J. Lynch, 90. 
Olin, Stephen H., 94. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 98. 
Schuyler, Clarkson C., 107. 
Spaulding, George B.,Jr., 112. 
Stanton, Henry, 1 14. 
Van Rensselaer, C. S., 122. 
Wainwright, John T., 124. 
Wain wright, William P., 124. 
Wetmore, Edward W., 128. 
Livingston, John H., 146. 
Armstrong, Horatio G., 159. 
Clark, Kenneth, 340. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



SCHUYLER, PHILIP PlETERSE, V. VAN 
SCHUYLER. 

SCHUYLER, PHILIP, 1666-1724. Lieu 
tenant at Albany, 1704. Officer 
in Co. of Fusileers, 1715. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 122. 
SCHUYLER, COLONEL PHILIP, 1733-1804. 
Captain in the Colonial Service, 
1755. Major, 1758. Colonel, 
1767. In active service, French 
and Indian Wars. Major-General 
in the Continental Army. 

Pell, William Cruger, 97. 
SCOTT, WILLIAM. Soldier in Capt. 
William Turner s Co., Falls Fight. 

Murray, Charles H., 92. 
SCOTTOW, JOSHUA, 1615-1698. Cap 
tain, A. & H. A. Co., 1645, and 
of a Co. in King Philip s War. 
Captain of Garrison, and Magis 
trate, at Scarborough, and Pro 
prietor there. Chief Justice, Court 
of Common Pleas, Province of 
Maine. Deputy. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Pike, Chas. E., 346. 
SCRANTON, CAPTAIN ICHABOD. Lieuten 
ant, 1755, Louisburg and Ticon- 
deroga. Died in Service. 

Scranton, Benjamin H., 107, 390. 
SCUDDER, RICHARD, 1671-1754, Hope- 
well, N. J. Lieutenant, 1711, 
Expedition to Canada. 

Stryker, Wm. Scudder, 258. 
SEABROOKE, THOMAS. Member of Capt. 
Osborne s Co., New-York Pro 
vincial Troops. Killed by the In 
dians in an attack at Castle Hill, 
Dec. 17, 1675. 

Hunt, Samuel F.,325. 
SEABURY, SAMUEL, 1640-1681, Dux- 
bury, Mass. Deputy, 1676. En 
sign, 1678. 

Seabury, Frederick C., 107. 
SEAMAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1610-1695. 
Served in the Indian Wars, 1 668- 
1676. 

Bostwick, Henry A., 42. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Hicks, Benjamin D., 72. 

Hicks, Frederick C., 72. 

Mead, Spencer P., 88. 

Seaman, Louis L., 108. 
SEARLE, CAPTAIN JOHN. Commanded 
the privateer Jacob, eight guns, 
Spanish War, 1762. 



Barclay, James Searle, 36. 
SEARLE, CAPTAIN RALPH, 1606-1678. 
Treasurer of Portsmouth, 1649. 
Founder of Portsmouth, 1639. 
Deputy, 1658. Trooper, 1667, 
and Captain. 

Watson, William H., 126. 
SEARS, CAPTAIN PAUL, 1637-1707. 
Captain, Mass. Militia, Narra- 
gansett War. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Sears, Clinton Brooks, 108. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 

Sears, Henry D., 203. 

Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
SEARS, or SARES, RICHARD, 1590-1676. 
Member of the " Yarmouth Co.," 
Lieut. William Palmer. Deputy, 
General Court, Plymouth Colony, 
1662. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108,347. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 

Forbes, Charles S., 279. 

Morse, Samuel W., 371. 
SEARS, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1663-1741. 
Lieutenant in 1706, and later 
Captain. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 

Sears, Henry D., 203. 
SEARS, LIEUTENANT SILAS, 1637-1697- 
Ensign, " Barnstable Co.," 1681. 
Lieutenant, 1682. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, Plymouth Colony, 
1685-1691. 

Benedict, Jas. A., 39. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 

Van Dyke, Harry W., 248. 
SEARS, SILAS, 1661-1732. A member 
of " Barnstable Co." Represen 
tative, General Court at Plymouth 
in 1691. 

Sears, Walter J., 109. 
SEAVER, NATHANIEL, 1645-1676. Mem 
ber of Capt. Wadsworth s Co. 
Killed by Indians, Sudbury Fight. 

Boutelle, Frank W., 42. 

Barrows, John Wright, 368. 
SEAVER, NATHANIEL, Sudbury, Mass. 
Member of Capt. Joseph Brown s 
Co., French and Indian War, 
1739. Trumpeter in Capt. Josiah 
Brown s Co., 1746-1747. 

Boutelle, Frank W., 42. 
SEAVER, ROBERT, 1608-1683. Soldier 
in King Philip s War. 

Brown, Daniel A., 179. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Danforth, Allen, 183. 
Levering, Henry M., 195. 
Seaver, James E., 204. 
Barrows, John W., 368. 
SEDGWICK, MAJOR-GENERAL ROBERT, 
1613-1656, Charlestown, Mass. 
Captain, 1636. Charter Member 
and Captain, A. &H. A. Co. Com 
mander of the Castle, 1641. Mem 
ber, Council of War, 1643. Ma 
jor-General, Mass. Forces, 1652. 
Expedition against Acadia, 1656. 
Expedition against Jamaica, where 
he died. Made Governor and 
Major-General by the Protector. 
Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 
Murray, Charles H., 92. 
Mynderse, William, 92. 
Andrews, James S., 217. 
Hart, Samuel, 224. 
Thompson, Harry G., 231. 
Ward, Brownlee R., 232. 
Ward, Charles S., 233. 
Sedgwick, Edwin H., 300. 
Phillips, George M., 345. 
Klink, George T., 361. 
SEELEY, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL. 4th Co., 
Conn. Regt., First American Army, 
1675. Killed in the Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Seeley, Wm. E., 230. 
SELDEN, EZRA. Lieutenant of the 3d 
Co. of Foot, Lyme, Conn., 1755. 
Representative, General Court, 
1768, et seq. 
Eaton, Geo. F., 222. 
SELDEN, JOSEPH, 1651-1724. Soldier in 
Capt. William Turner s Co., Falls 
Fight, 1676. 
Eaton, Geo. F., 222. 
Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 
Frazer, Sheldon L., 342. 
SELDEN, SAMUEL. Lieutenant in Conn. 
Colonial Troops, 1738. Captain, 
3d Co. of Foot, Lyme, 1740. 
Representative, General Court, 
1744. 

Eaton, Geo. F., 222. 
SELLECK, JONATHAN, 1641-1712. Dep 
uty from Stamford, Conn., 1670- 
1708. Assistant, 1695- 1701. ? a P" 
tain in Great Swamp Fight. 
Major, 1696. Judge, 1698. 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
SEVERANCE, JOSEPH, 1682-1766, Mon 
tague, Mass. In the Meadows 



Fight in 1704, and a soldier in 
1713. Wounded by the Indians 
and made a cripple, for which he 
received a grant of land by the 
General Court. Corporal under 
Capt. Kellogg, 1743. Orderly, 

.1747- 

Fiske, George F., 290. 
SEVERANCE, MARTIN, 1718-1810. Soldier 
at Fort Dummer under Capt. Kel 
logg, 1738-1739. Under Capt. 
Clessom, 1 755. Under Capt. Cat- 
lin, 1756, and a member of Capt. 
Robert Roger s Rangers, 1 758. 
Fiske, George F., 290. 
SEWALL, DUMMER. Enlisted in the Pro 
vincial Army raised to operate 
against the French in North 
America, and served at Louisburg, 
1758, where he was appointed 
Ensign. On his return was made 
Lieutenant and ordered to Canada, 
and served under General Am- 
herst, reduction of Canada. 
Benson, Frank S., 39. 
SEWALL, HENRY, 1614-1700, New- 
bury, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1661, et seq. 
Davies, Julien T., 53. 
Davies, Wm. G., 53. 
Jenkins, Thos. C, 163. 
Keyser, Robert B., 163. 
Remick, John A., 201. 
Remick, Timothy, 201. 

SEWALL, HENRY, 1665. Principal 

Secretary of Maryland, 1661-1665. 
Deputy, 1 66 1, et seq. Member 
Governor s Council, 1661. 
Sewell, Wynn R., 150. 
Spencer, JohnT., 151. 
Brent, Jos. Lancaster, 159. 
Keyser, Robert Brent, 163. 
SEWALL, NICHOLAS, 1640-1737. Mem 
ber and Secretary Provincial Coun 
cil, Maryland, 1686. Deputy- 
Governor, 1689. Major, Militia. 
Spencer, John T., 151. 
Jenkins, Thos. C., 163. 
SEWALL, SAMUEL, 1652-1730. Thirty- 
three years Assistant, and forty 
years Chief Justice, Colony of 
Mass. Bay. 

Chauncey, Elihu, 48. 
Davies, Julien Townsend, 53. 
Davies, William G., 53. 
SEWARD, WILLIAM. Sergeant, Guilford 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Conn. Militia. Lieutenant and 
Captain. 
Munger, Carl E., 227. 

SEWITZ, ABRAHAM. Member of Capt. 

George Wolfs Co., 1763. 
Eyerman, John, 256. 

SEYMOUR, CAPTAIN RICHARD, Hartford 
and Farmington, Conn. Captain 
of Seymour Fort (Kensington). 
Brooker, Charles F., 219. 

SHAPLEIGH, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1640- 
1706, Kittery, Me. Sergeant, 
1663. Ensign, 1665. Lieuten 
ant, 1696. Representative, Gen 
eral Court, 1696. Killed by the 
Indians at Spruce Creek, (Kittery). 
Shapleigh, Alfred L., 314. 

SHAPLEIGH, NICHOLAS, 1720 . Sol 
dier in the Blue Troup" of 
Horse, Sir William Pepperrell s 
R egt, 1757- 
Shapleigh, Alfred L., 314. 

SHAPLEIGH, MAJOR NICHOLAS, 1680 . 

Representative, General Court of 
Mass., for York Co., Maine, 1753. 
Captain and Major of Co. Troops, 

733- 

Shapleigh, Alfred L v 314. 

SHARPE, CAPTAIN JAMES, 779- 

Captain, 1758, in the 3d Battalion 
of Penn. Regt., under Col. Hugh 
Mercer. In service in the Forbes 
campaign. Also, 1759, under 
Col. William Clapham. 

Kunkel, Robert S.,8i. 

Liggett, Sidney B., 146. 
SHARP(E), LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1643-1676. 
Capt. Wadsworth s Co. Killed at 
the Sudbury Fight. 

Dorr, Dalton, 140. 

Tyler, Henry B., 152. 

Tyler, Sidney F., 152. 
SHATTUCK, SERGEANT JOHN, 1647-1675, 
Watertown, Mass. Sergeant in 
Capt. Richard Beer s Co., King 
Philip s War, 1675. Reli ef of 
Northfield. Drowned while cross 
ing Charlestown Ferry as messen 
ger from the fight to the Colonial 
Government. 

Cutter, Ed ward J., 183. 

Shattuck, Edward H., 204. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 

SHAW, JOHN, 1694. Member of 

the Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 



SHAW, ROGER, 1661. Deputy 

from Hampton, N. H., General 
Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 1651- 
1653. 

Folsom, Albert A., 185. 
Cadle, Henry, 310. 

SHEAFE, SAMPSON, 1650-1724. In 1698 
Assistant and Secretary of Mass. 
Bay Colony. Commissary, New 
England Forces, Expedition against 
Quebec, 1711. 
Blunt, Stanhope English, 41. 
SHEAFE, SAMPSON, JR., 1681-1772, New 
Castle, N. H. Member of Coun 
cil, 1740-1761. 
Blunt, Stanhope English, 41. 
SHELBY, CAPTAIN EVAN, 1720-1794. 
Captain of Co. of Rangers, French 
and Indian War, 1754. Captain 
in the Provincial Forces. Laid out 
the old Pennsylvania Road over 
the Alleghany Mountains. Led 
the advance against Fort Duquesne, 
under Gen. Forbes, his gallantry 
being particularly noted in the 
Battle of Loyal Henning. In the 
battle at Kenawha, 1774, he was 
the ranking officer at its close. 
Shelby, Chas. K., 109. 
Todd, Charles H., 355. 
SHELBY, LIEUTENANT ISAAC, 1750-1826. 
Served under his father, Capt. 
Evan Shelby, Army of Virginia, 
1774, under Gen. Lewis, War 
against the Shawnees and Dela- 
wares. First Governor of Ken 
tucky. 

Shelby, Chas. K., 109. 
Todd, Charles H., 355. 
SHELDON, ENSIGN EBENEZER, 1678-1755. 

Ensign, 1701. 
Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 
SHEPARD, MAJOR JOHN, 1690-1781, 
Canton, Mass. Captain, 1741. 
Commanded Regt., 1746, en 
camped near Boston, Alarm of 
the approaching of the French 
Fleet under D Anville. 
Pierce, George F., 200. 
SHEPPARD, SERGEANT JOHN, 1652-1707, 
Hartford, Conn. Served in Indian 
War, Expeditions to " diereffeilde " 
and Albany, 1692, Capt. John 
Bull. 

Smith, Wyllys K., 300. 
Felton, Samuel M. , 324. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



SHERBURNE, HENRY, 1680, Ports 
mouth, N. H. Deputy, General 
Court of Mass. Bay, 1660. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 
SHERBURNE, HENRY. Member King s 
Council, 1759. 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 314. 
SHERBURNE, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1638- 
1691. Killed by the Indians at 
Meregnoit, King William s War. 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 

Knox, William Salisbury, 245. 
SHERMAN, CAPTAIN DAVID, 1665-1753, 
Stratford, Conn. Ensign, 1703. 
Lieutenant, 1 708. Captain, 1709. 
Deputy, General Court, 1 709. 

Hatch, Arthur M., 71. 
SHERMAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1614-1690, 
Watertown, Mass. Ensign, 1654. 
Captain, 1680. Deputy, General 
Court, 1651, et seq. 

Mitchell, Wm. Anderson, 89. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 

Wheeler, Horace L., 209. 

Boutelle, Henry Sherman, 287. 

Vail, Henry S., 302. 
SHERMAN, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1650-1730, 
Woodbury, Conn. Captain^i i. 
Train Band, 1711. Assistant, 
1711-1723. Deputy, seventeen 
sessions. Speaker, 1711-1712. 

Noble, Henry Harmon, 93. 
SHERMAN, PHILIP, 1610-1689. First 
Secretary, Providence Plantations, 
1639. Member, Court of Com 
missioners, 1656. Deputy, 1665- 
1667. Member of Council, King 
Philip s War. 

Campbell, Wm. A., 46. 

Guilford, Nathan, 67. 

Haight, Abner Sherman, 68. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

Paige, Edward Winslow, 95. 

Watson, William H., 127. 

Mumford, Jas. G., 197. 

Green, Chas. A., 256. 

Otis, Joseph E., Jr., 297. 

Hart, Charles N., 370. 
SHERMAN, SAMUEL, 1618-1684. Deputy, 
General Court, Conn. ,1637, which 
declared that "there shalbe an 
offensive warr against the Pe- 
quoitt." Assistant, 1663-1668. 
One of committee to defend the 
coast from Stratford to Rye against 



the Dutch under Admiral De 
Reuter, 1665. 

Betts, Louis F H., 40. 

Fitch, Edward Sherman, 61. 

Gilfillan, Wm. W., 64. 

Judson, William P., 79. 

Kissam, Henry S., 80. 

Ladd, William W., 81. 

Logan, Walter S., 84. 

Noble, Henry Harmon, 93. 

Adams, John Q., 338. 
SHERWOOD, ENSIGN MATTHEW, 1643- 
1715. Soldier, French and In 
dians Wars. 

Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 
SHIPPEN, EDWARD, 1639-1712. A. & 
H. A. Co., 1669. Speaker of the 
Assembly, 1695. Member Pro 
vincial Council of Penn., 1696- 
1712. Judge, Supreme Court and 
Presiding Judge, Court of Common 
Pleas, 1697. First Mayor of Phil 
adelphia, 1701. Deputy-Gover 
nor, 1703. President, Provincial 
Council, 1702-1704. 

Jackson, Oswald, 77. 

Luquer, Lea Mel., 85. 

Luquer, Thatcher T. P., 86. 

Balch, Edwin Swift, 136. 

Balch, Thomas Willing, 136. 

Brinton, Ward, 138. 

Hutchinson, Chas. H., 143. 

Page, Samuel D., 149. 

Prime, Frederick, 150. 

Shippen, Edward, M. D., 150. 

Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 

Fisher, Robert S., 242. 

Huidekoper, Fred. W., 244. 
SHIPPEN, PAYMASTER EDWARD ; 1703- 
1781. Paymaster, British and 
Provincial Forces, French and In 
dian War, under Gen. Forbes 
Stanwix. For his services received 
public thanks in 1 760. Mayor of 
Philadelphia, 1 744. A founder ot 
Princeton College. Judge, Court 
of Common Pleas, 1746-1748. 
A founder of University of Penn. 

Shippen, Edward, M.D., 150. 

Huidekoper, Fred. W., 244. 

Peale, Albert C, 246. 
SHIPPEN, COLONEL JOSEPH, 1732-1810. 
Colonel, Penn. Troops, Provincial 
Army, French and Indian Wars. 
Served in Braddock s Expedition 
against Fort Duquesne. Captain, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1756. Brigadier -Major, 1758. 
Lieut. -Colonel, 1759. 

Balch, Edwin Swift, 136. 

Balch, Thomas Willing, 136. 

Newell, Wm. H., 148. 

Shippen, Edward, M.D., 150. 

Shippen, Edward, 150. 

Huidekoper, Fred. W., 244. 

Swift, Joseph, 401. 

Swift, William H., 401. 
SHIRLEY, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL WILLIAM, 
1693-1771. Lieut.-General, Eng 
lish Army. Commander-in-Chief 
of all the Forces in British North 
America, 1755. Governor, Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1741-1745. 

Erving, William V. R., 60. 
SILL, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1710-1796, 
Lyme, Conn. Lieutenant, Train 
Band, 1758. 

Sill. Howard, 166. 

SILL(SYLL), CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1636-1696, 
Lyme, Conn. Served in King 
Philip s War, and Expeditions 
against the Indians in Mass., 
Maine, and New Hampshire. 

Hall, Dudley, 68. 

Hall, Lewis C, 68. 

Sill, Frederick Schroeder, 1 10. 

Sill, John Targee, 1 1 1 . 

Sill, Howard, 166. 

Wade, James F., 348. 
SILLIMAN, EBENEZER, 1707-1775, Fair- 
field, Conn. Speaker of the House 
seven years. Member of the 
Council twenty-eight years. Judge, 
Superior Court, twenty-three 
years. 

Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
SILLIMAN, GOLD SELLECK, 1732-1790, 
Fairfield, Conn. Captain, Militia. 
Major, 4th Regt. Lieut. -Colonel, 

774- 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 

SIMMONS, MOSES, Plymouth, Mass. 
Member of the Duxbury Military 
Co., 1643. 
Spoor, John A., 300. 

SIMONDS, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1726-1807, 
Williamstown. In garrison, Fort 
Massachusetts, under Sergt. John 
Hawks, siege by the French and 
Indians. Taken captive to 
Canada, 1746, with the entire 
garrison. Lieutenant of the West 
Hoosack Co., 1764, Col. William 



Williams, North Regt. Militia, 
Berkshire Co., Captain, 1771. 
Skinner, James H., 347. 
SIMONDS, CALEB, 1649-1712, Woburn, 
Mass. Soldier in King Philip s 
War, Capt. Nathaniel Davenport s 
Co. Wounded in Swamp Fight. 
Thompson, Jno. T., 333. 

SIMPKINS, CAPTAIN NICHOLAS, 1656. 

ist Captain at the Castle, 1634. 
A. & H. A. Co., 1650. 
Low, Wm. G., Jr., 85. 
SIP, CAPTAIN JAN ARIENSE, 1662-1729. 
Lieutenant and Captain, Bergen, 
N. J., Militia, 1703-171 1. 
Booraem, Robert Elmer, 42. 

SKELTON, REVEREND SAMUEL, 1634. 

Elected by the Co. in London as 
one of the Governor s Council in 
New England, 1628. 
Felton, Samuel M., 324. 
SKIDMORE, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1693- 
1761, Newtown, Conn. Ensign, 
1723. Lieutenant, 1734. 
Skidmore, William L. , in. 
SKIFF, JAMES, Sandwich, Mass. Deputy, 
General Court, 1645, et seq. 
Member Governor s Council. 
Hulbert, Henry C., 75. 
Tobey, Frank B., 301. 

SKINNER, ABRAHAM, 1649 Served 

in Mount Hope Campaign, 1675, 
and in Narragansett Fort Fight, 
1 676, King Philip s War. 
Skinner, Wm. C., 230. 
SKINNER, ENSIGN ANDREW. Anne Arun- 
dell Co. Forces, under Capt. Nor 
wood, 1661. Clerk of Assembly 
at Patuxent, 1657. 
Jewell, T. F., 163. 

SKINNER, JOHN, 1675-1740. Ensign of 
Conn. Troop, 1712. Lieutenant, 
1715. Deputy, General Court, 
1726-1727. 
Foote, John C., 311. 
SKINNER, ENSIGN WILLIAM, 1720-1807. 
Siege of Louisburg, 1745. Ensign 
in i5th Co. nth Conn. Regt., 

757- 

Washburn, John Henry, 126. 

Skinner, Wm. C., 230. 
SLEGHT, CORNELIUS BARENTSEN. Ser 
geant of Military Co. which built 
Esopus Stockade by direction of Di 
rector-General Stuyvesant; mem 
ber of first Board of Schepens, 



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1661. At Indian attack on Wilt- 
wyck, 1663. He was one of " the 
few men within the town by 
whom the savages, through God s 
mercy, were chased and put to 
flight." 

Poucher, John W., 100. 

Gross, Samuel E., 292. 

Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
SLOCUMB, SIMON, SR., Boston, Mass. 
Commander of Sloop Sea/lower in 
service eastward, i723- 24- 25. 

Hill, John W., 293. 

Hill, Henry B., 343. 

Whipple, Charles H., 349. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 

SLOCUM, SIMON, 1705 , Wrentham, 

Mass. Captain under Col. Joseph 
Williams, 1757-1758, and under 
Col. Frye, 1759-1760. Served in 
Nova Scotia. 

Hill, William S., 72. 

Hill, John W., 293. 

Hill, Henry B., 343. 

Whipple, Charles H., 350. 

Whipple, Henry B., 350. 
SLYE, GERARD, 1662-1733. Commander 
at Fort Susquehannock. 

Jenkins, Austin Lowe, 162. 

Jenkins, Edward A., 162. 

Jenkins, Francis deS., 163. 

Jenkins, Spalding L., 163. 
SLYE, CAPTAIN ROBERT, 1615-1670. 
Commissioner, Province and Coun 
cil of State, Maryland. Member 
Assembly, St. Mary s Co. 

Jenkins, Austin L., 162. 

Jenkins, Edward A., 162. 

Jenkins, Francis de S., 163. 

Jenkins, Spalding L., 163. 
SMIDT, HENDRYCK BARENTSEN. Schepen 
for Boswyck. Deputy, General 
Assembly of New Netherland, 
1674. 

Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 
SMITH, ARTHUR. Soldier in Pequot 
War at Mystic Fort, 1637. 

Hart, Charles Nelson, 376. 
SMITH, SERGEANT BENJAMIN, 1631-1713. 
Sergeant, 1 654. Deputy for War 
wick. Governor s Assistant. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 
SMITH, CHARLES. Ensign under Wash 
ington at Great Meadows. Lieu 
tenant at Braddock s defeat, 1755. 
Rawlings, Carroll C, 101. 



SMITH, EDWARD. Sergeant, 1662. 
Deputy, General Court, Rhode 
Island, 1665, et seq. " Assist 
ant," 1691. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 

SMITH, EDWARD, 1675. Governors 

Assistant, R. I., 1654, et seq. 
Member of Council, 1 658. Deputy, 
1654, et seq. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Felton, Samuel M., 324. 

Smith, Howard, 406. 

Smith, Marion McA., 406. 
SMITH, FRANCIS, 1733-1812, Beverly, 
Mass. Soldier in Capt. Samuel 
Flint s Co., Col. Plaisted s Regt., 
battle at Fort Edward, 1755. 

Smith, Charles F., 204. 

Smith, George H., 204. 
SMITH, HENRY. Commissioned, 1636, 
by Mass. Bay Colony to govern 
the first settlement of Conn. 

Spencer, John T., 151. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
SMITH, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1645-1690, 
Newbury, Mass. Served in 
Phips Expedition, 1690. 

Constant, S. Victor, 51. 
SMITH, REVEREND JOHN. Member of 
Lieut. Thomas Dimmock s Co., 
Barnstable, Mass., 1643. 

Tobey, Frank B., 301. 
SMITH, JONATHAN, 1650-1720. Soldier 
in the Indian Wars, 1696. 

Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
SMITH, MOSES, SR. Lieutenant, 3rd 
Co. of Lancaster Regt., 1771- 
1776. 

Bennett, Asahel F., 287. 
SMITH, LIEUTENANT PHILIP, 1653-1684, 
Hadley, Mass. Lieutenant, Town 
Troop, and a Troop of Horse, 
Hampshire Co., 1678. Deputy,, 
General Court, 1680-1684. 

Ives, Francis J., 77. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 115. 

Morton, J. Sterling, 333. 
SMITH, MAJOR RICHARD (Bull Smith.) 
Indian Wars in Conn. In 1675 
concluded a treaty with the Nar- 
ragansetts, making terms for the 
delivery of Philip of Pocanoket. 

Beatty, A. Chester, 37. 

Beatty, Robert C. , 38. 

Beatty, W. Gedney, 38. 

Foster, Howell, 62. 



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Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 

Suckley, Robert B., 116. 
SMITH, RICHARD, SR. Served from Conn, 
in Narragansett War. 

Marsh, George S., 295. 
SMITH, RICHARD, JR. Served from Conn, 
in Narragansett War. 

Marsh, George S., 295. 
SMITH, RICHARD, 1625-1685. Lieu 
tenant, Maryland Militia, 1650. 
Member, House of Burgesses, 1661- 
1665. 

Buchanan, Roberdeau, 241. 
SMITH, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, SR., 1602- 
1680. "Antient Serjeant" at 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Deputy 
there, 1640-1661. Lieutenant of 
Hadley Troop, 1663-1678, and 
Deputy, General Court, Colony of 
Mass. Bay, 1661-1673. Commis 
sioner to negotiate with the Mo 
hawks, 1667. 

Isham, Charles, 77. 

Ives, Francis J., 77. 

Sill, Frederick S., 1 1 1 . 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 

Longacre, James B., 146. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 167. 

Cooley, Francis R., 220. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 220. 

Smith, Stewart W., 230. 

Smith, Archibald H., 230. 

Telford, W. Smith, 281. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Osborn, Henry A., 297. 

Foote, John C., 311. 

Hawks, Wm. I., 333. 

Morton, J. Sterling, 333. 
SMITH, CAPTAIN SIMON, 1712, Warwick, 
R. I. Deputy, Speaker of House, 
Attorney-General, Lieutenant and 
Captain. 

Wheaton, Frank, 373. 

SMITH, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 2d, 1673 > 

East Haven, Conn. Ensign, 1716. 
Lieutenant, 1718. Captain, 1723. 

Brackett, Robert L.,43. 

SMITH, WALTER, 1711. Member 

Lower House Maryland Assembly, 
1696, et seq. 

Montgomery, Thomas H., 147. 
SMITH, GOVERNOR WILLIAM, 1655-1705. 
Page to Charles II. Governor of 
Tangier, 1675-1683. Received 
grant of Saint George s Manor, 
Long Island, from William III., 



1693. Member, Colonial Coun 
cil, New-York, 1691-1704. Judge, 
Court of Admiralty, New-York, 
New Jersey, and Conn., 1693- 
1697. Commander of Suffolk 
Forces, 1693. Justice, Supreme 
Court of New-York, 1 69 1 . Chief 
Justice, 1692, et seq. Colonial 
Governor, 1701. 

Duffield, Howard, 58. 

Lawrence, Abraham R., 82 

Walsh, James W., 125. 

Este, Charles, 140. 

Houston, Wm. C.,Jr., 143. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 
SMITH, HON. WILLIAM, 1697-1769. At 
torney-General, 1751-1752. Mem 
ber of Council, 1753-1757. Deputy 
to Provincial Council, 1754, and 
one of the Committee to draft the 
"Bond of Alliance." Judge of 
Supreme Court, 1763-1769. An 
Incorporator of Princeton College. 
A Founder of Columbia (King s) 
College, and of New-York Society 
Library. 

Foulke, Bayard F., 62. 
SMYTHE, COLONEL THOMAS, ist, 1650- 
1719. Member of Assembly, 1694- 
1707. Member of Council, 1 715- 
1719. Colonel of Kent Co. Militia, 
1699. Deputy Commissary-Gen 
eral, 1707-1718, Province of Mary 
land. 

Browne, Bennet B., 160. 

Neff, Peter, 165. 

Wayne, James S., 328. 
SMYTHE, THOMAS, 2d, 1 7 1 o- 1 74 1 . Mem 
ber of Assembly, Province of Mary 
land, 1738. 

Neff, Peter, 165. 

SMYTHE, THOMAS, 3d, 1730-1819. Mem 
ber Provincial Convention, Prov 
ince of Maryland, 1 774. 

Neff, Peter, 165. 

SNELLING, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1 697- 1 754. 
Commanded Frigate Ccesar at the 
Siege of Louisburg, 1745. 

Snelling, Samuel, 151. 
SNOW, ANTHONY. Deputy, General 
Court from Marshfield,Mass., 1656, 
et seq. From Ply mouth 1679-80. 

Field, John I. H., 34 i. 
SNOW, MARK, 1628-1695, Eastham, 
Mass. Member of Council of War, 
1675. Member of Militia, 1643. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Griffith, William H., 66. 
SNOW, NICHOLAS, 1676. Mem 
ber of Plymouth Militia, 1643. 
Deputy, from Eastham, Mass., 
1648, et seq. 

Atwood, Edward S., 34. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Lombard, Josiah L., 295. 

Merrick, Frederick LaF., 295. 

Doane, William H., 323. 

SNOWDEN, CAPTAIN RICHARD, 1704. 

Captain, Provincial Forces of Mary 
land, 1700-1703. First Lord of 
Birmingham Manor. 

Thomas, Lawrence B., 118. 

Large, James, 144. 

SOULE, GEORGE, 1680, Duxbury, 

Mass. Thirty-fifth signer of May 
flower Compact. Private in Lieut. 
William Holmes Co. , Pequot War. 
Representative, General Court, 
1645, et seq. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 
SOUTHWORTH, GENERAL CONSTANT, 1 6 1 5- 
1679. Served in Pequot War. 
Ensign, Duxbury Co., 1 646. Lieu 
tenant, 1653. Deputy twenty- 
two years. Treasurer of Plymouth 
Colony, sixteen years. Member 
Council War, 1658. Commissioner 
for United Colonies, 1668. Com 
missary - General, King Philip s 
War. 

Bryant, Percy, 45. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Seabury, Frederick S., 108. 

Freeman, John G., 186. 

Shaw, Henry S., 204. 

Forbes, Charles S., 279. 

Lombard, Josiah L., 295. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 
SOUTHWORTH, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1616- 
1669, Plymouth. Lieutenant, 
1648. Commander, 1659-1669. 
Deputy, General Court, 1 65 1 -165 3. 
Assistant, 1652-1669. Commis 
sioner for the United Colonies, 
i659- 62. Governor of Kennebec. 

Crandon, Edwin S., 182. 

Crandon, John N., 182. 

Leonard, George H., 194. 
SPARROW, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1630- 
1695, Eastham, Mass. First Lieu 
tenant, Capt. John Gorham s Co., 
King Philip s War, Narragansett 
Swamp Fight. Deputy, General 



Court at Plymouth, and at Boston 
after the union of the Colonies. 
Captain, French and Indian War, 
1690. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108, 347. 

Freeman, James G., 186. 

Sears, Henry D., 204. 

Mayo, Charles E., 344. 
SPARROW, RICHARD. Member of the 
Plymouth Co., 1643. 

Alderson, Victor C., 285. 
SPA(U)LDING, JOHN, 1633-1721, Chelms- 
ford, Mass. Served in King Philip s 
War under Capt. Nicholas Man 
ning. 

Spalding, John F., 113, 372. 

Young, Harry, 212. 

Foster, Joseph, 268. 
SPALDING, LIEUTENANT JOHN, Chelms- 
ford, Mass. In Capt. Robert Rich 
ardson s Snowshoe Co., Father 
Ralle s War, 1 724. 

Spalding, John F., 1 13. 
SPARHAWK, NATHANIEL, 1598-1647, 
Cambridge, Mass. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1642-1647. 

Merriman, Frank, 196. 
SPENCER, ISAAC, 1678-1751. Deputy, 
General Court of Conn., 1734. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 

Spencer, Seldon P., 315. 
SPENCER, ENSIGN JARED, Haddam, Conn. 
Commissioned, 1656. Served in 
King Philip s War. Representa 
tive, 1674, et seq. 

Brainerd, Cephas, 43. 

Brainerd, Cephas, Jr., 43. 

Roy, Edw. F., 104. 

Spencer, Horatio N., 315. 
SPENCER, COLONEL JOSEPH. Major, 2d 
Conn. Regt., Col. Whiting. Sub 
sequently Lieut. -Colonel, French 
and Indian Wars, 1758; and at 
outbreak of Revolution, Colonel 
1 2th Conn. Regt.; later General. 

Brush, Edmund C., 310. 
SPENCER, SERGEANT THOMAS. Served 
under Major John Mason, Pequot 
War. 

Earle, Ferdinand P., 59. 

Stafford, William F., 114. 
SPENCER, WILLIAM, 1640. Lieuten 
ant at Newtown, 1636. Deputy 
to General Court, Mass., 1638; 
Conn., 1639-1640. 

Barbour, Lucius A., 217. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hubbard, John E., 280. 
Goddard, Lester O., 291. 

SPICER, PETER, 1695, Conn. Served 

in King Philip s War. 
Horton, William E., 73, 244. 
SPOFFORD, CAPTAIN ABNER, 1705-1777. 
Commissioned in Mass. Provincial 
Forces, 1743. 
Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
SPOFFORD, COLONEL DANIEL, 1721- 
1803, Rowley, Mass. Ensign, 
1757. Captain, 1764. Major, 
1774. Colonel, 7th Mass. Regt., 

i?75- 

Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
SPOFFORD, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1678-1735, 
Rowley, Mass. Provincial Forces, 
1721. 

Spofford, Paul N., 113. 
SPOONER, WILLIAM. Member of the 
Plymouth Militia, 1643. 

Spooner, Frank E., 300. 
SPOTSWOOD, MAJOR-GENERAL ALEXAN 
DER. Appointed Major-General, 
1740, to command the Forces 
raised in America to operate with 
Admiral Vernon in the West 
Indies, but died before taking 
command. Governor of Virginia 
twelve years. Was an officer 
under Marlborough at Blenheim. 

Dandridge, Nathaniel P., 262. 
SPRAGUE, ANTHONY, 1636-1719, Hing- 
ham, Mass. His house was 
burned by the Indians during an 
attack on the town, 1676, King 
Philip s War. 

Sprague, Frank W., 205. 
SPRAGUE, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1627-1692, 
Maiden, Mass. Captain, 1685. 
Deputy, 1690. 

Sprague, John T., 113. 

Clarke, George K., 181. 
SPRAGUE, JONATHAN, 1656-1731, Mai 
den. Served in Capt. Moseiey s 
Co., King Philip s War. 

Sprague, John T., 113. 

Green, Samuel S., 187. 

Sargent, John S., 300. 
SPRAGUE, LIEUTENANT RALPH, 1603- 
1650. Sergeant, 1634. A. & H. 
A. Co., 1627. Lieutenant in same. 
Deputy, General Court, Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1635-1650. 

Richards, Frederick B., 102. 

Sprague, Jno. T., 1 13. 



Holden, Joshua B., 190. 

Ingalls, Phineas H., 226. 
SPRING, CONVERSE, 1734 . Cor 
poral, Co. of Foot, under Capt. 
Jonathan Brown, Col. William 
Williams, reduction of Canada. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 
SPRING, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1630-1717, 
Newtown, Mass. Lieutenant, Pro 
vincial Militia. Deputy, General 
Court, 1704-1707. 

Jackson, Henry S., 269. 

SPRINGER, ENSIGN JAMES, 1698 . 

Ensign in mth Co., Capt. Moses 
Pearson, ist Regt. Mass. Troops, 
Col. William Pepperrell, Louis- 
burg Expedition. 

Page, Walter Gilman, 198. 

STAATS, MAJOR ABRAHAM, M.D., 

1694. Captain, 1669, and Major 
of Foot at Albany. Surgeon 
at Rensselaerwyck. Member of 
Council, Beverwyck, and its Presi 
dent, 1644. 

Beekman, James William, 38. 

Carnochan, G. M., 47. 

Davies, Julien T., 53. 

Davies, William G., 53. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 

Miller, John Bleecker, 89. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 

Woolsey, Theodore S., 234. 
STAATS, CAPTAIN JOCHIM. New-York 
Provincial Forces. Ensign, 1685. 
Captain, 1689. Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, 1690. Canadian 
Expedition, 1688. 

Miller, John Bleecker, 89. 

STAATS, SAMUEL, M.D., 1715. 

Member of Leisler s Council, 1690, 
and later. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 

STACY, MAHLON, 1704. Member 

of Council, Province of New 
Jersey. 

Coates, Edw. H., 138. 

Morton, Thos. G., 148. 

Williams, Francis H., 153. 
STAFFORD, SAMUEL, 1636-1718. Lieu 
tenant, R. I. Militia, 1705. Dep 
uty, General Assembly, R. I., 
1679, et seq. Assistant, 1674-86. 

Lee, Edward C., 145. 
STANDISH, CAPTAIN MYLES, 1584-1656. 
Signer of " Mayflower Compact. " 
February 27, 1621, he received 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



the first military commission given 
in this country. Assistant, 1624, 
et seq. Member of Council of 
War, Plymouth Colony. In 1649 
appointed " General-in-Chief" of 
all the companies in the Colony. 
Previously held a commission from 
Queen Elizabeth, and served in 
the Low Countries in aid of the 
Dutch. 

Bartlett, G. F. H., 37. 
Slocum, Herbert Jermain, in. 
Slocum, Joseph Jermain, in. 
Standish, Myles, 114. 
Thomas, Frank W., 118. 
Townsend, Rufus M., 120. 
Weed, George S., 127. 
Groesbeck, Robert B., 141. 
Thomsen, Alonzo L., 168. 
Thomsen, Herman I., 168. 
Thomsen, John J., 168. 
Coffin, Rufus, 182. 
Curtiss, Frederick H., 183. 
Hodges, George, 190. 
King, Henry P., 193. 
Standish, Myles, M.D., 205. 
Standish, J. Myles, 205. 
Thompson, Gilbert R., 248. 
Sampson, Clark H., 314. 
Alden, Isaac C, 322. 
STANLEY, CAPTAIN CALEB. Lieutenant, 
1683. Captain, 1689, King Wil 
liam s War, Mass. Bay Colony. 
Strong, Theron G., 116. 
STANLEY, CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER, 1603- 
1646, Boston, Mass. Early Indian 
Wars. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 
STANLEY, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1624-1706. 
Sergeant, 1669. Ensign, 1674. 
Lieutenant, 1675. Captain, 1676, 
Hartford Co. Militia. Served in 
King Philip s War " up the river," 
Colony of Conn. 
Allen, Fred P., 34. 
Bradley, Frederick L., 43. 
Schroeder, J. Langdon, 107. 
Stanley, Samuel G., 114. 
Jewell, Theodore F v 163. 
Adams, John Q., 338. 
STANLEY, MAJOR JOHN, 1698. Mem 
ber of Lower House of Assembly, 
Province of Maryland, 1689. Cap 
tain of Troop of Horse, Talbot 
Co., 1689. Major, 1692. 
Stanley, J. G., 167. 



STANLEY, THOMAS, 1645, Hartford, 

Conn. Deputy, General Court of 
Mass. Bay, 1635. 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
STANTON, BENJAMIN, SR., 1695-1760, 
Dover, N. H. In garrison at Port 
Royal, N. S., 1710-1711, in Major 
Paul Mascarene s Co., New Eng 
land Troops. At Siege of Louis- 
burg in Capt. Hale s Co., Col. 
Samuel Moon s Regt. Ensign, 
1746. 

Stanton, Benjamin I., 347. 
STANTON, JOHN. Served in King Philip s 
War under Capt. Denison, cap 
ture of Canonchet. 
Griffith, William H., 67. 
Plumb, Henry B., 228. 
STANTON, ROBERT, 1653-1724, New 
London, Conn. Interpreter, Pe- 
quot War. 

Cox, William V. Z., 242. 
STANTON, THOMAS, 1616-1677. Indian 
Interpreter to John Winthrop the 
younger, in Conn., before Pequot 
War. Served in Pequot War, 
and rendered valuable services 
at Saybrook Fort. Indian Inter 
preter to the General Court of 
Conn, in all controversies between 
the whites and Indians. 
Griffith, William H., 67. 
Stanton, Henry, 1 14. 
Eaton, George F., 222. 
Plumb, Henry B., 228. 
Cox, William V. Z., 242. 
Dennison, IraW., 242. 
Ames, Louis A., 254. 
Gardiner, Curtiss C., 312. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
Bartholomew, J as. H., 339. 
Noyes, Charles P., 345. 
Peet, Emerson W., 345. 
STANYAN, ANTHONY, Hampton, N. H. 
Deputy to General Court of Mass., 
1654-1680. 

Shapleigh, Alfred L., 315. 
STARBUCK, EDWARD, Dover, N. H., and 
Nan tucket, Mass. First Repre 
sentative from Dover, 1643. 
Sawyer, William D., 271. 
Sawyer, Charles F., 271. 
STARK, AARON. Soldier in Pequot and 

King Philip s Wars. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
Blackmer, Henry N., 368. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Stark, Charles G., 394. 

STARKEY, JOHN, 1712 . Served in 

Capt. Tyler s Co., Attleborough, 
Mass., 1757. 

Wheelock, William B., 304. 
STARR, JOSIAH, 1693-1778, Danbury, 
Conn. Lieutenant, 1710. Cap 
tain, 1713. Captain of a Co., Ex 
pedition to Cape Breton, 1 745-46. 
Goodell, George A., 380. 
STARR, DR. THOMAS, 1616-1658. Sur 
geon of Forces sent against the 
Pequots. 

Murray, Charles H., 92. 
Plumb, Henry B., 228. 
MacVeigh, Eames, 295. 
Starr, William J., 394. 
STEARNS, JOHN. Soldier in King Philip s 

War, and Indian War of 1 706. 
Dennis, Rodney, 55, 221. 
STEARNS, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1654-1728, 
Lieutenant in Capt. John Lane s 
Co., 1704. Relief of Dunstable, 
1706. 

Stearns, Albert H., 205. 
Stearns, Frederick M., 205. 
STEARNS, CAPTAIN JOHN. Captain in 

Indian Wars, 1748. 
Stearns, Henry P., 231. 
STEARNS, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1673 

, Watertown, Mass. Deputy 

to the General Court, 1714- 
1731. 

Daniels, Howard B., 184. 
Heaton, John E., 225. 
STEARNS, SAMUEL, JR., 1713-1793, Am- 
herst, Mass., and Hollis, N. H. 
Private in Col. Blanchard s Regt., 
1 754, on the Connecticut River. 
Marsh, Geo. S., 295. 
STEARNS, SHUABEL, 1655-1734, Cam 
bridge, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War. 

Newton, Charles H., 326. 
STEBBINGS, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1711-1756. 
Soldier in the French War, 1746, 
under Gov. Shirley, Canada and 
Nova Scotia. In 1755-1756, Cap 
tain in Col. Timothy Ruggles 
Mass. Regt. 

Upham, Henry P v 348. 
STEBBINS, EDWARD, ^63, Hart 
ford, Conn. Deputy, General 
Court, 1639-1656, ad int. 
Blagden, Thomas, 240. 
STEBBINS, JOHN, 1626-1679. Of Capt. 



Samuel Moseley s Co., King 
Philip s War. 
Rhoades, Lyman, 102. 
Upham, Henry P., 348. 
STEBBINS, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1620- 
1683. Lieutenant in Capt. Wil 
liam Turner s Co., Fal s Fight, 
King Philip s War. 
Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
Thomson, Arthur C., 207. 
STEDMAN, CORNET JOHN, 1601-1693, 
Cambridge, Mass. Ensign, 1641- 
1647. Cornet in Capt. Davis 
Troop, Expedition against Nini- 
gret, 1657. Quartermaster, 1676. 
Mifflin, William, 147. 

STEDMAN, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1675, 

Hartford, Conn. Commanded the 
Dragoons, King Philip s War. 
Fisher, Albert J., 290. 
STEELE, JAMES. Trooper under Capt. 
Richard Lord, 1657. Commissary, 
1675-1676, King Philip s War. 
Newman, Clarence E., 92. 
STEELE, CAPTAIN JAMES, 1658-1712. 
Lieutenant, 1708. Captain, 1710, 
Hartford Co. Troops. 
Newman, Clarence E., 92. 
STEELE, JOHN, 1665. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, Mass., 1634-1635; 
Conn. 1636-1637, which declared 
War against the Pequots. 
Day, Robert W., 54. 
Wead, Leslie C., 209. 
Lloyd, John U., 325. 
STEELE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM. Captain 
Associated Cos. of Lancaster Co., 
Penn., 1756. 

Beekman, James William, 38. 
Sample, Nathaniel W., 372. 
STETSON, CORNET ROBERT, 1613-1703, 
Scituate, Plymouth Colony. Dep 
uty, General Court, 1655, et seq. 
Member Council of War, 1661- 
71 - 8 1. Cornet, First Body of 
Plymouth Horse, 1659. Press 
Master, 1675. 
Stetson, Henry C., 205. 

STEVENS, CYPRIAN, 1649 Attacked 

by Indians in his garrison, 1675- 
1676. Served at Groton, Mass. r 
under Capt.ThomasWheeler, 1675- 
1676, at Lancaster under Ensign 
Peter Joselin, 1704. 
Stevens, Clarence W., 1 14. 
Stevens, Frederick B., 114. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



STEVENS, ENSIGN ERASMUS, Marblehead, 
Mass. Ensign, Co. of Foot, Capt. 
Samuel Ward, 1683. 

Stevens, John A., 406. 
STEVENS, LIEUTENANT ERASMUS, 1686- 
1750. A. & H. A. Co., 1720. 
Second Sergeant, 1 724. Lieu 
tenant, 1739. 

Stevens, John A., 406. 
STEVENS, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1682-1769, 
Rutland, Mass. Ensign, 1722. 
Captain, 1724, Father Ralle s War. 

Stevens, Clarence W., 114. 

Stevens, Frederick B., 114. 

STEVENS, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 

1749. Captain of 6th Co., 7th 
Conn. Regt., 1741. 

Stevens, Charles Ellis, 151. 
STEWART, GEORGE, 733- Mem 
ber of Penn. Assembly for Lan 
caster Co., 1730-1733. 

Peale, Albert C, 246. 
STICKNEY, ABRAHAM, 1 703-1 783, Tewks- 
bury, Mass. Served under Lieut. 
Peter Abbot, 1722, to relief of Fort 
William Henry. Ensign in Col. 
Tyng s Regt., 1757-1758. 

Fleet, James M., 242. 
STICKNEY, LIEUTENANT WILLIAM, 1592- 
1665. A founder of Rowley, 
Mass., 1639. Lieutenant, 1661. 

Hall, Thos. Wm., 132. 

Bailey, Edward P., 285. 
STILES, EPHRAIM, 1645-1714, Stratford, 
Conn. Deputy, General Court, 
1686-1696. Court of Elections, 
1695-1708. One of the Commit 
tee of Safety, Fairfield Co. 

Moseley, John G., 197. 
STILLWELL, CAPTAIN NICHOLAS, 1612- 
1671. Organized a Troop of Horse 
in Virginia against the Indians, 
1644. Captured King Ohechan- 
canagh, successor to Powhatan. 
Lieutenant under Capt. Martin Kre- 
gier, second Esopus War, 1663. 

Clark, Henry Schieffelin, 49. 

Clark, William Newton, 49. 

Prall, Wm., 100, 390. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 106. 

Stilwell, William Moore, 115. 

Wyckoff, Peter, 131. 

Pearce, Charles .,314. 
STOCKBRIDGE, CHARLES, 1634-1683. 
Soldier, King Philip s War. 



Bowers, Henry, 42. 

Stockbridge, Henry, 167. 
STOCKTON, LIEUTENANT RICHARD, 1606- 
1707. First Lieutenant, 1665, 
Flushing, L. I., Troop of Horse. 

Hornor, Wm. M., 73, 142. 

Van Amringe Guy, 122. 

Burnett, Chas. H., 138. 

Collins, Henry H., Jr., 139. 

Gillespie, Geo. Cuthbert, 140. 

Hornor, Caleb W., 142. 

Levis, Henry, 145. 

Levis, Samuel W., 146. 

Powell, Washington B., 150. 

Edwards, Chas. L., 323. 

Edwards, Ewd. J., 341. 
STOCKTON, RICHARD, 1 730- 1 78 1 . Mem 
ber of Governor s Council, Prov 
ince of New Jersey, 1 768. 

Wetherill, Alexander M., 128. 

Hunter, Rich. Stockton, 143. 

STODDARD, ANTHONY, 1687. Clerk, 

1642, et seq. t and 3d Sergeant, 
1650, A. & H. A. Co. Deputy, 
General Court twenty-three terms. 
Deputy, 1659, et seq. 

Woodbridge, Jonathan E., 304. 
STODDARD, COLONEL JOHN, 1682-1749, 
Northampton, Mass. Colonel, 
Mass. Militia. Assistant and 
Chief Justice, Court of Common 
Pleas. 

Washburn, William I., 126. 
STODDER, SERGEANT SAMUEL, 1 640- 1 73 1 , 
Hingham, Mass. Sergeant, King 
Philip s War. 

Whitcomb, Lawrence, 210. 

Willcutt, Levi L., 210. 
STOFFORD, SAMUEL, 1636-1718. Dep 
uty, 1670-1705. Assistant, 1674. 
Lieutenant, 1705. 

Watson, William H., 127. 
STONE, DANIEL, 1668-1702, Framing- 
ham, Mass. Served in Expedition 
to Canada, 1690. 

Robinson, Francis W., 203. 
STONE, EBENEZER, 1662-1754, Newton, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court of 
Mass., 1708-1717. Royal Coun 
cillor of the Province. 

Jackson, Henry S., 269. 

Hammond, Lyman D., 293. 

Vaile, Joel F., 373. 

STONE, GREGORY. Deputy, General 
Court, Mass. Bay Colony, 1638. 

Bent, S. Arthur, 178. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Green, Charles M., 187. 

Stone, William E., 205. 

Winship, William H., 21 1. 

Cutler, Ralph Wm., 220. 

Anderson, James T., 239. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
STONE, JOHN, 1618-1683, Cambridge, 
Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
1682-1683. 

Stone, William E., 206. 
STONE, REVEREND SAMUEL, 1602-1663, 
Hartford, Conn. Chaplain, Pe- 
quot War, Capt. John Mason. 

Johnson, S. Albert, 78. 

Mann, Matthew D., 86. 

Murray, Charles H., 92. 

Andrews, James S., 217. 

Thompson, Harry G., 231. 

Kent, Henry O., 269. 

Ives, Marvin A., 293. 
STONE, SAMUEL, 1635-1715, Cambridge 
and Lexington, Mass. Private in 
Capt. Thos. Prentice s Co. of 
Troops ; wounded at Great Swamp 
Fight. Also in Capt. Thos. 
Brattle s Troop of Horse. Expe 
dition to Mt. Hope. 

Andrews, James T., 239. 

Messinger, William D., 296. 

Upham, Henry P., 348. 
STONE, SIMON, 1585-1665, Watertown, 
Mass. General Court, 1636- 
1656. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
STONE, SIMON, 1631-1708, Water- 
town, Mass. Representative, 
General Court, 1678-1690. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
STONE, SIMON, 1656-1741, Watertown, 
Mass. Served in garrison at 
Mendon, 1675. AtGroton, 1675- 
1676. Under Capt. Joseph Sill, 
King Philip s War. In King Wil 
liam s War at Exeter, 1690. Se 
verely wounded. 

Brown, David H., 180. 

Stone, Charles W., 205. 

Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
STOKER, LIEUTENANT JOHN, Wells, Me. 
2d Lieutenant and Captained Co. , 
ist Mass. Regt., 1744, and Siege 
of Louisburg. Representative to 
Mass. General Court, 1 748- 5o- 54. 

Hale, Josiah L., 188. 

Storer, Horatio R., 406. 
STORER, LIEUTENANT JOSEPH, 1 648- 1 730. 



Maintained a Garrison House in 
Wells, Me., against attacks by 
the Indians. Ensign, 1680. Lieu 
tenant, 1691. Commissary, 1094. 

HaleJosiahL., 188. 

Storer, Horatio R., 406. 
STORRS, MAJOR JOSEPH, 1711-1785. 
Crown Point Expedition, 1756. 
Deputy, 1752-1756. 

Pierce, George W., 98. 
STOUT, RICHARD, New Amsterdam, 
1622. Associate in Monmouth 
Patent, 1 665. Member of Assem 
bly, New Jersey, 1771. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 
STOUTOFF, CAPTAIN ELBERT ELBERTSON, 
1620-1688. Captain of the Militia, 
Province of New-York, Dutch 
Conquest, 1673. 

Jones, Charles Henry, 143. 

Wister, Rodman, 154. 

STOW, JOHN, 1643, Roxbury, Mass. 

A. & H. A. Co., 1638. Repre 
sentative, General Court, 1639. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 

Chittenden, Edwin S., 339. 

STOW, THOMAS, 1084, Braintree, 

Mass. A. & H. A. Co., 1638. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 

Gilbert, James H., 291. 
STOW, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1674-1765, 
Middletown,Conn. Ensign, 1717. 
Lieutenant, 3rd Militia Co., 1723. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 
STRATTON, JOHN. Under Major Ap- 
pleton, Narragansett Campaign 
1675-1676. 

Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C., 301. 
STREAM, ENSIGN JOHN, 1621-1685. En 
sign, 1665, Colonial Forces of Conn. 

Peck, Guy Dayton, 97. 

Stevens, John B., 1 14. 
STRETTELL, ROBERT, 1693-1761. Pro 
vincial Councillor of Penn., 1741- 
1 760, and President of the Council. 

Fisher, Roberts., 242. 
STRONG, JEDEDIAH, 1667-1709. Slain 
by Indians, Queen Anne s War. 

Murray, Charles H., 92. 
STRONG, " ELDER " JOHN. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1641, et seq., Colony 
of Mass. Bay. 

Dennis, Rodney S., 55. 

Partridge, Edward L., 96. 

Strong, Richard Polk, 167. 

Davis, Gustavus P., 221. 



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Wessells, Henry W., 233. 

Brewer, William A., 359. 
STRONG, JOHN, 1707-1793, Windsor, 
Conn. Drummer in Capt. Benj. 
Allyn s Co., Crown Point Expedi 
tion, 1755. Ensign in Gen. Phin- 
eas Seymour s command, siege of 
Montreal. 

Strong, William W., 300. 
STRONG, LIEUTENANT RETURN, 1640- 
1726, Windsor, Conn. Cornet, 
of Troop, 1689. Deputy, General 
Court, 1689-1690. Lieutenant, 
1692. 

Hayden, Horace E., 142. 

Plumb, Henry B., 228. 

Gunsaulus, Frank W., 292. 
STRONG, THOMAS, 1630-1689. Trooper 
under Major John Mason, 1658. 

Strong, J. Montgomery, 1 16. 
STRYCKER, JACOBUS GERRITSEN, 1617- 
1687. Delegate to Convention at 
New Orange to confer with Gov. 
Colve, 1674. 

Vporhees, Wm. Perrine, 316. 
STRYCKER, CAPTAIN JAN, 1615-1697. 
Member, Great Landtag, New Am 
sterdam, 1664. Member, Hemp- 
stead Convention, 1665. Schepen, 
1673. Captain, Military Co. at 
Midwout, L I. Deputy, Great 
Conference at New Orange, 1674. 

Stryker, Thos. H., 1 16. 

Eaton, Theodore M., 255, 389. 

Stryker, William S., 258. 

Voorhees, Wm. Perrine, 316. 

Neely, Robert C, 386. 
STRYCKER, JAN, JR., 1684-1770. Mem 
ber of Capt. Vandevere s Co., 
Kings Co., New -York Militia, 
1715. 

Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 

Voorhees, Wm. Perrine, 316. 
STRYKER, PIETER JANSE, 1653-1741. 
Captain, Kings Co., New-York 
Militia, 1689. 

Voorhees, Wm. Perrine, 316. 
SUMNER, WILLIAM, 1605-1692, Dor 
chester, Mass. Deputy, General 
Court, 1666, et seq. 

Lovering, Henry M., 195. 
SUNDERLAINE, JAMES, Upland, Penn. 
Captain of Militia, 1675. Repre 
sentative for Chester Co., 1688-90. 

Hall, William C., 243. 
SUTHERLAND, DAVID, 1732-1794. Lieu 



tenant, Militia Regt., Dutchess 
Co., Province of New-York. 

Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
SUTTON, JOHN, 1642-1691. Ensign in 
King Philip s War, Capt. Williams 
Co. 

Mann, Matthew D., 87. 
SWAINE, MAJOR JEREMIAH, Reading, 
Mass. Wounded in Narragansett 
Fight. Lieutenant and Captain 
in King Philip s War. Major and 
Commander-in-Chief, Expedition 
against Kennebec and Eastern In 
dians, 1 689. Representative seven 
years. Governor s Assistant. 

Carpenter, Frederick B., 181. 

Parker, Edward L., 199. 

Swaine, William W., 394. 
SWAINE, SERGEANT JOHN. Served in 
Capt. Fay s Co., Col. Nichols 
Regt. , reduction of Canada, 1758. 

Swaine, William C., 394. 
SWAINE, REVEREND JOSEPH. Chaplain 
of Col. Plaisted s Regt., Expedi 
tion to Crown Point, 1757. 

Swaine, William C., 394. 
SWAINE, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1610-1682. 
Lieutenant, Conn. Colonial Forces, 
1663, and of Newark soldiers 
under Capt. Robert Treat, 1667- 
1673. Captain of East Jersey Pro 
vincial Forces. Deputy, General 
Court of Conn., 1663. Deputy 
and "Third Man," Provincial As 
sembly of East Jersey, 1673-1676. 

Grant, DeForest, 65. 

Grant, Madison, 65. 

Halsey, Harlan P., 69. 

Halsey, Henry A., 69. 

Halsted, David C., 69. 

Halsted, E. Bayard, 69. 

Toler, Henry P., 258. 
SWAINE, WILLIAM, 1585- 1664. Deputy, 
General Court of Mass. Bay, 1636 
Commissioner to establish and 
govern the new Colony of Conn., 
1636. Assistant, First General 
Court, 1637. Deputy, General 
Court, New Haven Colony, 1653- 
1657. 

Halsted, David C., 69. 

Halsted, E. Bayard, 69. 
SWAN, RICHARD, Rowley, Mass. Served 
in King Philip s War and Expedi 
tion to Canada. Deputy, General 
Court, 1666-1677. 



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Swan, Edward H., Jr., 117. 

Swan, Frederick G., 117. 

Flint, James M., 242. 
SWAN, ROBERT, 1628-1698, Haverhill, 
Mass. Soldier at Great Swamp 
Fight, Lieut. Benjamin Swett s Co. 

Robert, Cyrus S., 103. 

Swan, Frederick G., 117. 

SWARTWOUT, ROELOFF, 1634-1715. 

Schout of Esopus, Indian War of 
1663, and member of Gov Leis- 
ler s Council, War with France. 

Collins, H. O., 51, 360. 

Dudley, Edgar S., 58. 

Swartwout, Satterlee, 1 1 7. 
SWARTWOUT, THOMAS. Representative 
from Amersfoort, at New Amster 
dam, 1653, "the most important 
popular Convention that had ever 
assembled in New Netherland." 

Collins, Holdridge O., 359. 
SWEAT, BENJAMIN, JR. Private in Capt. 
Jacob Bayley s Co., Col. Love- 
well s Regt., 1759. 

Webster, Frank D., 127. 
SWETT, CAPTAIN BENJAMIN, 1626-1677, 
Hampton, N. H. Ensign in the 
Newbury Co. Lieutenant, com 
manding militia in King Philip s 
War. Captain, 1677. Killed by the 
Indians at Scarborough. 

Moulton, George M., 297. 
SWIFT, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 1707-1790, 
Kent, Conn. Lieutenant, 1749. 
Captain of the 2d Co. 

Young, Francis C., 374. 
SWIFT, WILLIAM. Member of Lieut. 
John Blackmer s Co., Sandwich, 
Mass., 1643. 

Foote, John C., 311. 
SWIFT, WILLIAM, JR., - 1 75, Sand 
wich, Mass. Deputy, General 



Court, from Sandwich, 
Strong, R. P., 167. 
SWORDS, LIEUTENANT THOMAS. 55th 
Regt. of Foot, British Army, Fort 
George, Albany, and New-York 
City. Last French War. 
Swords, Henry Cotheal, 1 1 7. 
SYLL, CAPTAIN JOSEPH. See SILL. 
SYMONDS, DEPUTY-GOVERNOR SAMUEL, 
1595-1678, Ipswich, Mass. Dep 
uty, General Court, 1638-1643. 
Assistant, 1643-1673. Deputy- 
Governor, 1673-1678. 
Averill, Henry K., Jr., 34. 



Davis, Fellowes, 54. 
Morgan, Appleton, 71. 
Story, Henry G., 115. 
Story, Joseph G., 115. 
Tucker, Gilman H., 121. 
De Benneville, James S., 139. 
Platt, Franklin, 149. 
Pleasant, Henry, 149. 
Wilson, John A., 170. 
Curtiss, Frederick H., 183. 
Smith, Samuel F., 380. 
Skinner, Henry W., 390. 

TAFT, ROBERT, Mendon, Mass. Cap 
tain, 1 735, et seq. Representative 
many years. 

Adams, Edward M., 285. 

Meacham, Franklin A., 295. 
TALCOTT, JOHN, 1600-1660, Wethers- 
field. Deputy, General Court of 
Mass., 1634-1636, Conn., 1637- 
1653. Assistant, 1654-1660. 
Treasurer, 1652-1660. Commis 
sioner for United Colonies, 1656- 
1658. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Walbridge, T. Chester, 125, 152. 

Mclntire, Chas. Jno., 195. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 

Patten, John D., 246. 

Dewey, Charles, 278. 

Evans, Ira H., 279. 

Sands, James T., 314. 
TALCOTT, MAJOR JOHN, 1620-1688. 
Ensign, 1660. Commander-in- 
Chief, Colony of Conn., 1673- 
1674. Dutch Restoration, and 
1675-1676, King Philip s War. 
Governor s Assistant and Treas 
urer, 1 662- 1 676. Assistant, 1 678- 
1787. Member of Council, 1663, 
et seq. Commissioner for United 
Colonies, 1663, et seq. Reserve 
ad int. 

Jennings, Albert G., 78. 

Norton, Porter, 93. 

Wakeman, Jesup, 124. 

Watson, Charles P., 126. 

Mclntire, Chas. J., 195. 

Bradley, Cyrus S., 218. 

Russell, Talcott H., 229. 

Patten, John D., 246. 

Eaton, Theo. H., 255, 389. 
TALCOTT, JOSEPH, 1669-1741, Hartford, 
Conn. Deputy-Governor, 1 724. 
Deputy, 1708-1710. Assistant, 



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1711-172;. Governor, 1 725-1 741. 

Patten, J. D,, 246. 

TALCOTT, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1635-1691. 
Hartford Troop of Dragoons at 
Deerfield, King William s War. 
Lieutenant, 1677. Captain, 1 68 1. 
Deputy, 1669-1684. Assistant, 
1685-1691. 

Backus, J. Bayard, 35. 

Dewey, Charles, 278. 

Wells, Eben F., 349. 

TAPP, EDMUND, 1653. An original 

Patentee of Milford, Conn. Judge 
of Civil and Criminal Courts, 1 639. 
Magistrate after the Union. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1644. Member 
of Council of War, 1644. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 
TAPPAN, ENSIGN JACOB. Ensign, 1683. 
Newbury, Mass. 

Emery, Rufus, 60. 

TARBELL, JOHN, Lynnfield, Mass. Served 
in King Philip s War under Major 
Willard. 

Newhall, James S., 197. 

TASKER, CAPTAIN THOMAS, 1700. 

Member, Lower House of Assem 
bly, Maryland, 1697; of the Coun 
cil, 1 698 - 1 700. Treasurer of the 
Western Shore, 1695. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 

TAYLOE, COLONEL JOHN, 1779. 

Member of the Council of Virginia, 
1756. 

Howard, McHenry, 162. 
TAYLOR, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JAMES, 
1732-1814. Adjutant under Wash 
ington, Braddock s Campaign. 
Lieut. -Colonel of Caroline Co. 
prior to Revolution. Member, 
House of Burgesses, Dominion of 
Virginia. 

Thompson, John T., 334. 

TAYLOR, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1641-1704. 

Captain, Hampshire Troop. Killed 

by the Indians in pursuit of them 

after the destruction of Pascomuck. 

Betts, Frederick H., 40. 

Betts, Louis F. H., 40. 

Haight, Frederick E., 68. 

Metcalf, Bryce, 89. 

Woodruff, Chas. H., 131. 
TAYLOR, JOHN, M. D., 1695-1756. Mem 
ber Provincial Assembly, Penn., 
1730-1731. 

Frazer, Persifor, 140. 



TAYLOR, REVEREND NATHANIEL, 1722- 
1800. Chaplain, Col. Nathan 
Whiting s Regt., Ticonderoga and 
Crown Point, 1759. 

Hatch, Arthur Melvin,.7i. 
TAYLOR, PHILIP, 1680-1732. Member 
of Assembly, Chester Co., Prov 
ince of Penn., 1715-1716. 

Taylor, John T., 248. 
TAYLOR, ENSIGN THOMAS, 1643-1735, 
Danbury, Conn. Ensign, Train 
Band, 1689-1706. Deputy, 1697, 
et seq. 

Hatch, Arthur Melvin, 71. 
TAYLOR, THOMAS, i ST. Served in French 
and Indian Wars. Wounded at 
Deerfield. 

Roberts, Henry, 229. 
TAYLOR, THOMAS, 2d. On a march 
from Deerfield to Fort Dummer, 
July 14, 1748, in command of 
seventeen men, was atttacked by 
one hundred French and Indians, 
taken prisoner and carried to 
Canada, and exchanged Sept. 17. 

Roberts, Henry, 229. 
TEALL, SURGEON OLIVER. A Surgeon 
in English army, French War. 

Teall, Edward McK., 301. 
TEMPLE, ABRAHAM. Soldier in Capt. 
Nathaniel Davenport s Co., 1675. 

Houghton, Henry O., 191. 
TEN BROECK, MAJOR DIRCK WESSELS, 
1638-1717. Commissioned 1688, 
and dispatched to Canada. Served 
under Gen. Winthrop, Canadian 
Expedition, 1690. Mayor of Al 
bany, 1696-1698. Commissioner 
of Indian Affairs, 1691. Major, 
1700, under Col. Pieter Schuyler. 

Innis, Hasbrouck, 77. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 

Spalding, George B.Jr., 113. 

Van Rensselaer, C. S., 123. 

Hardie, Francis H., 243. 

Hardie, Joseph C., 243. 

TEN EYCK, COENRAET, 1687. Lance 

Corporal, 3d Co., Burgher Corps 
of New Amsterdam. 

Lawrence, Robert C., 82. 

Parsons, William D., 95. 
TENNEY, ENSIGN THOMAS, 1614-1700, 
Bradford, Mass. Sergeant and 
Ensign of Rowley Foot Co., 1677. 

Tenney, Horace K.,3Oi. 
TENNEY, THOMAS, SR. , 1 648- 1 730, Row- 



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ley, Mass. Soldier in Capt. Thomas 
Lathrop s Co., at Hatfield, 1675. 
In Capt. Samuel Appleton s Co., 
and in Capt. Joseph Gardner s 
Co., King Philip s War. 

Tenney, Samuel P., 206. 
TENNEY, THOMAS, JR., 1721-1762, Row 
ley, Mass. Private in the ist 
Foot Co., Capt. Northead, 1757. 
In Capt. Thomas Poor s Co., 1759, 
and the same year in Col. Apple- 
ton s Regt. 

Tenney, Samuel P., 206. 
TERRILL, CAPTAIN EPHRAIM, 1713-1786. 
Captain, Troop of Horse, Eliza- 
bethtown, New Jersey, 1760. 

Squier, Chas. Burnham, 258. 
TERRY, MAJOR, EPHRAIM, 1701-1795, 
Enfield, Conn. Major, Militia. 
Justice, Hartford Co., 1737. 

Allen, Francis Olcott, 136. 

Benjamin, Marcus, 240. 

Strong, Wm. Wolcott, 300. 

TERRY, STEPHEN, 1668. Served 

in Windsor Troop of Horse, 1658. 
First Troop organized in Conn. 

Ives, Francis]., 77. 

Wright, Harry L., 304. 

Foote, Jno. C., 31 1. 

TEW, RICHARD 673. Deputy, 

General Court Rhode Island, 1654, 
et seq. Assistant, 1657, et seq. 

Hord, Arnold H., 243. 
THATCHER, ANTHONY, Yarmouth, Mass. 
Representative, 1643, e ^ set l- 
Member Militia and Council of 
War. 

Gorham, Austin G., 370. 
THATCHER, COLONEL JOHN, 1639-1713. 
Lieutenant, Barnstable Military 
Co. Captain and Major. Mem 
ber of Plymouth Council of War. 
Governor s Assistant, of Plymouth 
Colony, and Councillor, Govern 
ment of Mass. 

Gorham, Austin G., 370. 
THAXTER, CAPTAIN JOHN, 1626-1687, 
Hingham, Mass. Ensign, 1675. 
Lieutenant, 1664, under Capt. 
Hudson. Captain against the 
Dutch at New-York. Captain of 
Cavalry. Deputy, 1666. 

Farnam, Charles H., 60. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 

Swan, Robert T., 206. 

Farnam, William W., 222. 



THAXTER, MAJOR SAMUEL, 1723-1771. 
Hingham, Mass. Captain in 
Col. Gridley s Regt., Crown Point 
Expedition. French and Indian 
Wars, 1775. Major, 1756. Fort 
William Henry. 

Andrew, Henry H., 177. 

Swan, Robert Thaxter, 206. 
THAXTER, COLONEL SAMUEL, 1665-1740, 
Hingham, Mass. Colonel, 1725. 
Deputy, General Court, 1697, 
et seq. Assistant. 

Swan, Robert Thaxter, 206. 

Colburn, William J., 322. 

Porter, Alex S., Jr., 346. 
THAYER, RICHARD, 1630-1705, Brain- 
tree, Mass. Soldier in King 
Philip s War, under Capt. Isaac 
Johnson. 

Adams, Henry H., 33. 

Foote, Horace A., 61. 

Sears, Clinton B., 108. 

Leeds, Charles, 194. 

Stetson, G. R., 248. 

Morse, Samuel W., 371. 

THING, CAPTAIN JONATHAN, 1694. 

Ensign, Exeter Co., N. H. Militia, 
1690. Captain, 1692. 

Folsom, Albert A., 185. 

Koues, George Ellsworth, 257. 
THOMAS, CAPTAIN NATHANIEL, 1610- 

1674. Ensign, Plymouth Colony, 
under Capt. Myles Standish, 1640. 
Lieutenant, 1643. Captain, 1644. 
Pequot War. 

Perkins, Joshua N., 97. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 106. 

Trenchard, Edward, 120. 
THOMAS, NATHANIEL, 1 643- 1 7 1 8. Marsh- 
field, Mass. Representative, 1672, 
et seq. Captain in King Philip s 
War. Member of the Governor s 
Council. 

Downing, Augustus C., 255. 

Otis, Philo Adams, 297. 
THOMAS, LIEUTENANT PHILIP, 1600- 

1675. Member, High Commis 
sion governing Maryland, 1656, 
who, in 1659, surrendered the 
Government to Lord Baltimore. 
Lieutenant, Provincial Forces, prior 
1655. 

Thomas, Lawrence B., 118. 
Large, James, 144. 
THOMAS, DOCTOR PHILIP, Delegate from 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Frederick Co., General Congress, 
Annapolis, Md., 1774. Represen 
tative to carry out the association 
agreed on by Continental Con 
gress. 

Thomas, Lawrence B., 118 
Thomas, Douglas H., 167. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM, 1573-1651. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, Plymouth Col 
ony, 1642-1643. Member of the 
Council of War. Deputy, Gen 
eral Court, 1640-1644. 
Trenchard, Edward, 120. 
Leonard, George H., 194. 
Parker, Montgomery D., 199. 
Otis, Joseph Edward, Jr., 297. 
THOMPSON, ABIJAH, 1739-1811. Served 
in Mass. Colonial Forces, French 
and Indian War. Stationed at 
Lake George, 1 758. 
Thompson, Abijah, 207. 

THOMPSON, ANTHONY, 1647. Signer 

of "Compact" with Gov. Eaton 
and Rev. John Davenport, at New 
Haven, 1639. Soldier in Indian 
Troubles, 1642. 
Merritt, Douglas, 88. 
Thomson, Arthur C., 207. 
Collins, Holdridge O., 360. 
THOMPSON, PAYMASTER HEZEKiAH,i735- 
1803. Served in Capt. Wait Hin- 
man s Co., relief of Fort William 
Henry, 1757. 

Gilfillan, W. Whitehead, 64. 
Ladd, William W., 81. 
THOMPSON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL JABEZ, 
1727-1776. First Lieutenant, 1755. 
7th Co., 4th Regt., Crown Point 
Expedition. Captain-Lieutenant, 
1760. Major of the 2d Conn. 
Regt., 1774. 
Viele, Sheldon, 124. 
Warren, William Y., 125. 
THOMPSON, SERGEANT JAMES, 1 680- 1 763. 
Enlisted in Capt. Bragden s Co., 
1723. Corporal, 1723. Sergeant, 
1724. 
Thompson, J. T., 333. 

THOMPSON, JAMES, 1716 , Woburn. 

In Col. Murry s Regt., under Col. 
Benj. Goldthwait, Lake George, 
1756. Private in Capt. Samuel 
Bancroft s Co., Col. Eleazer Tyng s 
Regt., relief of Fort William Henry, 

757- 
Thompson, J. T., 333. 



THOMPSON, JAMES, 1649-1693, Woburn, 
Mass. In the Indian Wars, 1675- 
1676. Sergeant, 1691. Lieuten 
ant, 1693. 

Thompson, Jno. T., 333. 
THOMPSON, COLONEL JOHN, 1636-1736. 
Colonel of Militia, Province of 
Maryland. 

Spencer, John Thomson, 151. 
THOMPSON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1616- 
1696, Middleboro, Mass. Deputy, 
Plymouth Colony, General Court, 
from Barnstable, 1671-1672; from 
Middleboro, 1674, et seq. Ser 
geant, Military Co., 1673. Lieu 
tenant, 1675, and commanded 
garrison, King Philip s War, 1675. 
Leonard, George H., 194. 
Parker, Frederick W., 199. 
THOMPSON, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, 1669-1 749, 
New Haven, Conn. Lieutenant 
and Captain of First Co. Deputy, 
1716. 

Thomson, Arthur C., 207. 
Farnham, Elijah T., 256 
THOMPSON, LIEUTENANT SAMUEL, 1731- 
1820, Woburn, Mass. Lieuten 
ant in Capt. Ebenezer Jones Co., 
Col. Ebenezer Nichols Regt. 
Stationed at Lake George, French 
and Indian War, 1758. 
Thompson, Leonard, 207. 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM. Served in Militia 
of Penn., French War, 1659-1660. 
Hayes, Birchard A., 324. 
THOMSON, GENERAL STEVENS. Attor 
ney-General of Virginia, 1703-13. 
Throckmorton, C. W., 119. 
THOMSON, LIEUTENANT JOHN, 1616-1696. 
Served against the Narragansetts, 
1645. Lieutenant in command of 
garrison at Middleboro. 
Thompson, Clifton S., 372. 

THORN DIKE, CAPTAIN PAUL, 1643 , 

Beverly, Mass. Lieutenant in Capt. 
Dixie s Foot Co., 1677. Captain, 
1689. Deputy, General Court, 
1681. 

Thorndike, Augustus L., 207. 
Thorndike, Townsend W., 207. 
THORNE, QUARTERMASTER JOHN, King 
ston, N. H. Was in Capt. Mars- 
ton s Co., of Exeter, Col. John 
Goff, Crown Point. Expedition 
enrolled in 1762. 
Thorne, John^Calvin, 272. 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



THORNTON, FRANCIS, 1711-1749. Lieu 
tenant-Colonel, Virginia Militia, 
1742. 

Forbes, Wm. I., 140. 

Meriwether, Hunter McK., 313. 
THOROWGOOD, CAPTAIN ADAM, 1603 

. Came over in ship Charles, 

1621. Burgess, i629- 3o- 32. 
Member of Council, 1637. 

Raborg, Thomas M. T.. too. 
THRALL, WILLIAM, 1606-1679. Soldier 
from Windsor, Conn., under 
Capt. John Mann, Pequot War, 
1637. 

Gay, Frank B., 223. 
THROCKMORTON JOHN, 1631-1687. One 
of the thirteen original Proprietors 
of Providence Plantation. Deputy, 
1664-1674. 

Hunt, Samuel F., 324. 

THURSTON, DANIEL, 1693, New- 

bury, Mass. Trooper, under Capt. 
Samuel Appleton, King Philip s 
War. 

Haskins, LeanderM., 189. 
THURSTON, EDWARD, 1617-1707. Gov 
ernor s Assistant, 1675, et seq. 
Deputy, 1667, et seq. Commis 
sioner, 1663. 

Lawton, George P., 82. 

Pierce, James O., 346. 
THURSTON, JOHN, 1635-1712. Served 
in King Philip s War. 

Sears, Clinton B., 109. 

Spooner, Frank E., 300. 
TIBBALS, SERGEANT THOMAS, 1615- 1703, 
Milford, Conn. Private in the 
Pequot War. Sergeant, 1671. 

Ford, George Hare, 62. 

Ford, George H., 222. 

Tibbals, Frederick L., 231. 

TICKNOR, WILLIAM, . Sergeant, 

Gen. Cudworth s Guard, King 
Philip s War. 

Rogers, Hubert, 104. 
TIDD, JOHN, Woburn, Mass. Sergeant 
in Militia. 

Brown, George E., 180. 
TILESTON, LIEUTENANT TIMOTHY, 1637- 
1697, Dorchester, Mass. Deputy, 
General Court, 1689-1692. Sol 
dier in Capt. Samuel Wadsworth s 
Co., under Major-General Wins- 
low, King Philip s War. Ensign, 
1689. Lieutenant, 1694. 

Hemenway, Fred. T., 189. 



Hollings worth, Zachary T., 190. 
TILLINGHAST, THOMAS, 1 742- 1 82 1 . Mem 
ber Rhode Island General Assem 
bly, 1772-1775. Major in Revo 
lution. 

Tillinghast, William H., 119. 

TILLEY, JOHN, 1621. Took part 

in the first encounter with the In 
dians under Myles Standish at 
Great Meadow Creek, Dec. 8th, 
(O. S.,) Friday Morning, 1620, 
three days before the landing of 
the Pilgrims at Plymouth. Six 
teenth signer of the Mayflower 
Compact. 

Kellogg, Daniel S., 79. 

Richarson, George H., 202. 

Ames, Louis A., 254. 

Foote, John C., 311. 

Gorham, Austin G., 370. 

TILLSON, EDMUND, 1699. Served 

in Plymouth Military Co., 1643. 

Thompson, Clifton S., 372. 

TILTON, LIEUTENANT ABRAHAM, 

1690, Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant 
in Canada Expedition, 1690, under 
command of Sir William Phips. 

Tilton, Palmer, 207. 

Tilton, Warren C., 207. 

TILTON, LIEUTENANT DANIEL, 1697-1745, 

Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant, Siege 

of Louisburg, 1745, 2d Co., 5th 

Mass. Regt. In Indian Fight, 1722. 

Tilton, Palmer, 207. 

Tilton, Warren C., 208. 

Busiel, Charles A., 267. 

Tilton, George H., 267. 

TILTON, PETER, 1696. Deputy, 

General Court, 1675, et seq. As 
sistant, 1681-1686, Colony of 
Mass. Bay. 

Eastman, Lauren C., 311, 379. 

TITCOMB, BENAIAH, 1653 . Soldier 

in Capt. Thomas Noyes Foot Co., 
1696, Colony of Mass. Bay. 

Remick, John Anthony, 201. 

Remick, Timothy, 201. 
TITCOMB, COLONEL MOSES, 1707-1755. 
Commanded Titcomb s Battery, 
Siege of Louisburg. Commanded 
the right wing of Gen. Sir William 
Johnson s army, defeat of Baron 
Dreskau. Killed at the battle of 
Lake George, Sept. 8. 

Howard, William C., 74. 
TITCOMB, WILLIAM, , Newbury, 



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INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mass. Deputy, General Court, 
1655. 

Remick, John A., 201. 
Remick, Timothy, 201. 
TITUS, CONTENT, 1643-1730. Captain, 
New-York Provincial Troops, 1 694. 
Commissioner to the Court, and 
Deputy, Jamaica, L. I. 
Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 
TITUS, ROBERT. Deputy, General Court, 

Mass., 1648-1650. 
Hunt, Samuel F., 325. 
TOLMAN, THOMAS, 1633-1718, Dorches 
ter, Mass. Soldier in King Philip s 
War, under Quartermaster Thomas 
Swift. 

Daly, Martin O., 183. 
TOMLINSON, LIEUTENANT AGUR, 1658- 
1727. Ensign, 1690, in Capt. 
Ebenezer Johnson s Co., Strat 
ford, sixty English and forty In 
dians, for the defence of Albany, 
paid by Gov. Fletcher "for con 
ducting the soldiers " thither. 
Harral, George, 70. 
Hubbell, Henry W., 75. 
TONG or (THONG), WALTER. Ensign in 
New-York City Militia, 1710, 
3d Co. Lieutenant, Queens Co. 
Militia. 

Livingston, Philip, 84. 
Plymton, Gilbert M., 99. 
TOPPING, CAPTAIN THOMAS, Captain, 
Southampton, L. L, Militia, 1651. 
Assistant, 1655, et seq. 
Baker, Frank, 286. 

TORREY, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, 1608-1690, 
Hingham, Mass. Captain, 1645. 
Deputy 1644, etseq. Clerk of the 
House of Deputies, 1666. 
Foster, Volney W., 291. 
Langdon, Perin, 325. 
Laws, Harry L., 325. 

TORREY, CORPORAL WILSON, 1732 

Mansfield, and Rehoboth, Mass. 
Private in Major Howe s Co., Col. 
Joseph Dwight s Regt., expedition 
against Crown Point. Corporal, 
1756. In 1759 he served under 
Col. Thomas Doty, expedition for 
the reduction of Canada. 
Foster, Volney W., 291. 
TOWER, JOHN, 1 609- 1 702. Of Tower s 
Garrison House during King 
Philip s War. 
Hill, William S., 72. 



Farr, Marvin A., 289. 
Hill, John W., 293. 
Hill, Henry B., 342. 
Whipple, Charles H., 349. 
Whipple, Henry B.,35O. 

Ballord, Esek Steere, 379. 
TOWNLEY, COLONEL RICHARD, 1628- 
1711. Captain, Elizabeth Town 
Train Band, 1686. Colonel before 
1690. Took part in defeat and ar 
rest of Gov. Leisler, 1690. Mem 
ber of Gov. Lord Neill Campbell s 
Council, East Jersey, 1686. Mem 
ber of Gov. Fletcher s Council, 
New-York, 1692. 

Pell, Howland, 97. 

Schieffelin, Eugene, 106. 

Schieffelin, George R., 106. 

Schieffelin, Schuyler, 107. 
TOWNSEND, HENRY, Warwick, R. I. 
Deputy to the Assembly, 1653. 

Macdonough, Rodney, 195. 
TOWNSEND, JOHN. Commissioner in 
Rhode Island, 1652-1654. 

Felton, S. M., 324. 

TOWNSEND, RICHARD, 1739. Private 

in Capt. John Hickes Co., Queens 
Co., New-York Militia, 1738. 

Townsend, James Hill, 120. 
TOWNSHEND, RICHARD. Member of 
Council, 1636-1645. Burgess for 
the "plantations between Archer s 
Hope and Martin s Hundred," 
Virginia, 1629. 

Horner, Wm. M., 73. 
TRACY, LIEUTENANT THOMAS, 1610- 
1685, Norwich, Conn. Ensign, 
ist Co. Militia, Conn., 1666. 
Lieutenant, 1672, of New Lon 
don Co. Dragoons, enlisted to 
fight the Dutch and Indians. 
Member of General Court twenty- 
seven sessions. Commissary, King 
Philip s War. Commissioner, 1678, 
et seq. 

Farnam, Charles H., 60. 

Huntington, Charles R., 76. 

Lord, Nathan H., 84. 

Mott, JohnT., 91. 

Mott, Luther W., 91. 

Ripley, Charles S., 103. 

Williams, Winslow T., 234. 

Bardwell, Harry J., 286. 

Lane, Ebenezer, 294. 

Rawson, Edw. S., 327. 

Jewett, Stephen, 343. 



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gere, Chas. Henry, 354. 
Grant, Charles Julian C., 554. 
Grant, Thos. P., 354. 
Kneeland, Frank G., 353. 
Tracy, Robert S., 355. 
Brewer, Wm. A., 359. 
Hartson, MillardT., 361. 
Dewey, Chauncey E., 369. 
TRAVERS, CAPTAIN SAMUEL, Richmond 

Co., Va. Captain of Militia, 1685- 

1693. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 118, 168. 
TRAVERS, COLONEL WILLIAM, 1630 . 

Commissioner, 1673, to employ 

Indians in defence of the Colony. 

Member, House of Burgesses for 

Lancaster Co., Virginia, 1677, 

and Speaker. 

Thomas, Douglas H., 118, 168. 
TREAT, LIEUTENANT JAMES, 1634-1759, 

Wethersfield, Conn. Trooper, 

Indian War, 1658. Member of 

Governor s Council. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
TREAT, MAJOR JOHN, 1650 -. Major 



Morgan, George D., 90. 
Reynolds, James, 102. 
Seymour, Henry, 109. 
Smith, Charles S., in. 
Stevens, John B., 1 14. 
Williams, Norman A., 129. 
Mackenzie, Geo. Norbury, 2d, 164. 
Mackenzie, Geo. Norbury, 3d, 164. 
Andrews, James S., 217. 
Brooker, Charles F., 219. 
Cropper, John, 220. 
French, Wm. F., 223. 
Gross, Chas. Ewd., 224. 
Heaton, John E., 225. 
Smith, Stewart W., 230. 
Smith, Archibald H., 230. 
Blagden, Thos., 240. 
Patten, John D., 246. 
Preston, Deming H., 298. 
Wentworth, Moses, 303. 
Hale, Chas. R., 312. 
Doane, William H., 323. 
Lloyd, John U., 325. 
Wenzell, Henry B., 349. 
Hart, Charles N., 370. 



commanding Essex Co., New TREAT, GOVERNOR ROBERT, 1622-1710 



Jersey, Militia, 1731. Member of 
Assembly, 1695-1710. 

Halsey, Harlan P., 69. 

Halsey, Henry A., 69. 
TREAT, CAPTAIN JOSEPH, 1662-1721, 
Milford, Conn. Captain, 1708. 
Previously Sergeant, Ensign, and 
Lieutenant. Deputy, General 
Assembly, 1707-1708. 

Treat, John S., 272. 
TREAT, HON. RICHARD, 1584-1669. 
Deputy, First General Court, 1637- 
1644, f r Weathersfield Co. As 
sistant, 1657-1665. Namedinthe 
Royal Charter, one of the Patent 
ees for Conn., 1662. Member of 
Gov. John Winthrop s Council, 
1663-1665. 

Arnold, Benjamin W., 34. 

Barnes, Alfred C., 36. 

Belljared W.,39. 

Camp, Chas. L. N., 46. 

Chapman, Thomas B., 48. 

Day, Robert W., 54. 

Elliot, Daniel G., 59. 

Griffith, William H., 66. 

Harral, George