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With atbe comipi-imjonts of the 

Society of Coloniali Wars 

IN THE District of CoriUMBiA 



FENDALii Building 

Washington. D. C. 



WALTER C. CXiEPHANE 
Secretary. 




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REGISTER 



OF THE 



SOCIETY OF 
COLONIAL WARS 



IN THE 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

1904 



FORTITER PRO PATRIA 



WASHINGTON CITY 
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Prepared for the Society by Dr. A. C. Peale, the Registrar, and 
edited by Dr. Marcus Benjamin, the Deputy-Governor under the 
direction of the following Committee on Publication: 

Thomas Hyde, Chearman; A. C. Peale, A. Howard Clark, 
Marcus Benjamin, Frank B. Smith. 



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(3S6t»tB, <&tutltttan iif life CHamtrtl. anit 9tattiiing 

Thomas Hyde. 

Deputy-Governor, 

Marcus Benjamin, Ph. D. 

Lieutenant-Go'vernor, 
William Van Zandt Cox. 

Secretary, 
Frank Birge Smith, 
(1632 Riggs Place.) 

Treasurer. 

John William Henry, 

(1315 F Street.) 

Registrar. 
Albert Charles Peale, M. D. 

Historian,' 
Gilbert Thompson. 

Chaplain, 
Rev. Caleb Rochford Stetson. 

Chancellor, 
Leonard Huntress Dyer. 

Surgeon. 
Henry Lowry Emilius Johnson, M. D. 

Gentlemen of the Council. 
(Term expires December, 1904.) 

George Colton Maynard, Frederic Wolters Huidekoper, 

Thomas Blagden. 

(Term expires December, 1905.) 

George Washington Neale Curtis, M. D., 

John Dewhurst Patten, 
Job Barhard. 

(Term expires December, igo6.) 

Alonzo Howard Clark, Zebina Moses. 

Samuel Walter Woodward. 



Committee on Membership. 
Albert Charles Peale, M. D., Chairman, 
Robert Connell, Joseph Cuyler Hardie, 

Robert Atwater Smith, Ira Warren Dennison, M. D. 

Committee on Historical Documents. 
Gilbert Thompson, Chairman, 
Allen Richards Boyd, Henry Peter Renouf Holt, 

James Brainerd Taylor Tupper 

Frank Austin Swartwout, M. D. 

Delegates to the General Assembly. 
Walter Wyman, 
Elisha Francis Riggs, ' Oscar Fitzalan Long, 

William Baker Thompson, Frederick Denison Owen. 



3ftt Mtmanmti. 

JAMES OWEN DORSEY, Ethnologist. Born, Balti- 
more, Maryland, October 31, 184S. Died; Washington 
City, February 4., 1895. 

CHARLES ADDISON MANN, Lawyer. Born, Utica, 
New York, May 29, 183J. Died, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 
March 13, 1896. 

WILLIAM HOLCOMB WEBSTER, Chief Examiner, 
U. S. Civil Service Commission. Bom, Burlington, Con- 
necticut, January 24, 1839. Died, Washington City, 
March 23, 1896. 

CHARLES HENRY BAKER, Chief Engineer, U. S. 
Navy. Born, Salem, Massachusetts, January 16, 1831. 
Died,^?Sfashington City, May 6, 1896. 

GEORGE BROWN QOODE, Assistant-Secretary of 
the Smithsonian Institution. Born, New Albany, Indiana, 
February 13, 1851. Died, Washington City, September 6, 
1896. 

RICHARD WORSAM HEADE, Rear-Admiral (Re- 
tired), U. S. Navy. Born, New York City, October 9, 
1837. Died, Washington City, May 4, 1897. 

GARDINER GREENE HUBBARD, Lawyer. Born, 
Boston, Massachusetts, August 25, 1822. Died, Washing- 
ton City, December 11, 1897. 

JAMES BOWEN JOHNSON, Secretary and Treasurer 
of Howard University, Washington City. Born, Royal Oak, 
Michigan, October 4, 1830. Died, Washington City, Jan- 
uary lo, 1899. 



THEODORUS BAILEY MYERS MASON, Lieutenant- 
Commander (Retired), U. S. Navy. Born, New York 
City, May 8, 1848. Died, Saugerties, New York, October 
IS, 1899- 

RICHARD NAPOLEON BATCHELDER, Brigadier- 
General and Quartermaster-General (Retired), U. S. 
Army. Born, Meredith, New Hampshire, July a/, 1833. 
Died, Washington City, January 4, 1901. 

WILLIAM HERHAN WILHELM, Captain, U. S. 
Army. Born, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania, June 9, 1867. 
Killed in Battle near Lipa, Bhilippine Islands, June 10, 
1901. 

CHARLES FREDERICKTIFFANY BBALE, Lawyer. 
Born, Kinderhook, New York, June 15, 1857. Died, Port 
Kent, New York, September i, igoi. 

FRANCIS ASBURY ROE, Rear- Admiral (Retired), U. 
S. Navy. Born, Elmira, New York, October 4, 1833. 
Died, Washington City, December 28, 1901. 

JAMES CUSHINQ MERRILL, M.D., Surgeon, U. S. 

Army. Born, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 26, 1853. 
Died, Washington City, October 27, 1902. 

QEORQE FRANKLIN APPLEBY, Lawyer. Born, 
Washington City, March 20, 1844. Died, Washington 
City, April 30, 1903. 

JOHNELFRETHWATKINS.Curator, U. S. National 
Museum. Born, Goochland County, Virginia, May 17, 
1852. Died, New York City, August ii, 1903. 



Officers 



Officers of the Society of Colonial Wars in the. District 
of Columbia from its organization to the present: 



GOVERNORS. 



Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Francis Asbury Roe 


1894 


,1894 


Walter Wyman 


1895 


1895 


Gardiner Greene Hubbard 


1897 


1897 


Charles Frederick Tiffany Beale 


1899 


1899 


George Colton Maynard 


1900 


1900 


Frederick Wolters Huidekoper 


1901 


1901 


William Baker Thompson 


1903 


1903 


Thomas Hyde 

DEPUTY-GOVERNORS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Charles Edward Coon 


1894 


1894 


Walter Wyman 


1894 


1894 


Oscar Fitzalan Long 


1896 


1896 


James Horatio Watmough 


1896 


1897 


Richard Worsam Meade 


1897 


1897 


Charles Frederick Tiffany Beale 


1897 


1897 


George Colton Maynard 


1899 


1899 


Frederick Wolters Huidekoper 


1900 


1900 


James Milton Flint 


1901 


1901 


Thomas Hyde 


1903 


1903 


Marcus Benjamin 





SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 





LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS. 




Elected. 


Retired. 


1893 


James Horatio Watmough 


1894 


1894 


George Brown Goode 


1896 


1896 


Charles Frederick Tiffany Beale 


1897 


1897 ' 


George Colton Maynard 


1897 


1897 


Walter Wyman 


1898 


1898 


Richard Napoleon Batchelder 


1899 


1899 


Richard Graham Davenport 


1900 


1900 


James Cuyler Hardie - 


1900 


1900 


William Baker Thompson 


1901 


1 901 


Marcus Benjamin 


1903 


1903 


William Van Zandt Cox 
SECRETARIES. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Richard Graham Davenport 


1893 


1893 


Oscar Fitzalan Long 


1894 


1894 


James Cuyler Hardie 


1900 


1900 


Harry Weston Van Dyke 


1901 


1901 


Frank Birge Smith 

DEPUTY-SECRETARIES,* 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1894 


James Cuyler Hardie 


1894 


1894 


John William Henry 


1895 


1895 


William Edward Horton 


1897 


1897 


Thomas Blagden 


1897 


1897 


Henry Greenway Kemp 


1898 


1898 


Henry Weston Van Dyke 


1900 


19CX) 


Thomas Blagden 


1902 



*This office is not provided for in the present constitution 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 





TREASURERS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Joseph Frederick Batchelder 


1895 


1895 


John William Henry 

REGISTRARS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Albert Charles Peale 


1894 


1894 


Calvin Duvall Cowles 


1895 


1895 


Frank Birge Smith 


1899 


1899 


Albert Charles Peale 

HISTORIANS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Samuel Moore Shute 


1893 


1893 


Alonzo Howard Clark 


1897 


1897 


Marcus Benjamin 


1900 


1900 


Gilbert Thompson 

CHAPLAINS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Rev. James Owen Dorsey 


1895 


1895 


Rev. Samuel Moore Shute 


1897 


1897 


Rev. Arnold Harris Hord 


1899 


1899 


Rev. Caleb Rochford Stetson 
CHANCELLORS. 




Elected. 




Retired. 


1893 


Archibald Hopkins 


1894 


1894 


Edward Augustus Moseley 


1897 


1897 


William Park Metcalf 


1898 


189S 


Robert Strettle Jones Fisher 


1900 


1900 


Henry Albert Seymour 


1901 


1901 


Henry Weston Van* Dyke 


1902 


1902 


William Park Metcalf 


1903 


1903 


Leonard Huntress Dyer 





lo SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



SURGEONS. 

Elected. Retired. 

1894 DR- Albert Charles Peale 1897 

1897 Dr. Ira Warren Dennison 1899 

1899 Dr. Joseph Taber Johnson 1900 

1900 Dr. George Washington Neale Custis 1901 

1901 Dr. James Cushing Merrill 1902 

1902 Dr. George Tully Vaughan 1903 

1903 Dr. Henry Lowry Emilius Johnson 



CONSTITUTION 

ADOPTED MAY 13, 190a. 



Article I. 
Name. 

The name of this Society shall be the "Society of Col- 
onial Wars in the District of Columbia." 

This Society recognizes the authority of the General 
Society of Colonial Wars and will obey all its proper regu- 
lations which are applicable to this Society. 

Article II. 

Objects. 

The objects of this Society are to aid in preparing and 
publishing a correct history of the American Colonies now 
included in the territory belonging to the United States, 
from the Settlement of Jamestown, Va., May 13, 1607, to 
the Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775; to commemorate 
the important events of that period ; to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of the men, who in military, naval, and civil positions of 
trust and responsibility, by their acts and counsel, assisted in 
the establishmeijt, defence, and preservation of the said Amer- 
ican colonies ; and to promote a spirit of loyalty and patriotic 
devotion to the nation which they founded. 

Article III. 
Membership. 

TERMS of eligibility. 

Section i. — ^Any male person shall be eligible to mem- 
bership who is above the age of twenty-one years, of moral 



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character and good reputation, and who is lineally descended 
from an ancestor: 

( 1 ) Who served as a military, naval, or marine oiEcer, 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 par- 

, ticipated with those of the said Colonies in any wars in 
which the said Colonies were engaged or in which they 
enrolled men, during said colonial period. 

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

(a) President, Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Mem- 
ber of the King's Council, County-Lieutenant, or Member 
of the House of Burgesses in the Colony of Virginia. 

(b) Governor-General, Governor, Lieutenant or Act- 
ing Governor, President, Assistant, Member of the Gov- 
ernor's Council, Deputy or Representative in the General 
Court, in the Colonies of Plymouth, Massachusetts, Connec- 
ticut, New Haven, Maine, Providence Plantation or Rhode 
Island, or New Hampshire; as President of the Provincial 
Congress of Massachusetts, or as one of the Commissioners 
of the United Colonies of New England. 

(c) Director-General, Vice-Director-General, Governor 
or Deputy-Governor, Member of the Council or of the 
Landtag of the Colony of New Netherlands, or of the 
Dutch Colony on the Delaware. 

(d) Palatine, Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, Lieutenant-Governor or President, Member of the 
Council, Member of the Lower House or of the Assembly 
of the Colonies of Maryland or of the Carolinas. 

(e) Governor, Lieutenant or Acting Governor, Mem- 
ber of the Council or of the Colonial Assembly in the Colony 
of New York. 



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(f) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy-Governor, Mem- 
ber of the King's Council, Deputy to the Provincial Assem- 
bly, in the Provinces at East Jersey, West Jersey, or New 
Jersey. 

{g) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy or Lieutenant- 
Governor, Member of the Provincial Council or Assembly 
of the Province of Pennsylvania, or Member of the Assem- 
bly of the Territories of Delaware. 

(h) Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, President, Vice- 
President, Member of the Council or of the Provincial 
Assembly of the Coloiiy of Georgia. 

(f) Governor-General, Captain-General or Lord Lieu- 
tenant of the British Colonies in North America now 
included in the territory belonging to the United States. 

Fees and Dues. 

Section 2. — ^The admission fee shall be ten dollars. The 
annual dues shall be five dollars for each calendar year, 
payable in advance. Members admitted during the first half 
of any calendar year shall pay the full amount of the annual 
dues; those admitted during the second half of any calen- 
dar year shall pay one-half the annual dues. 

Upon payment at one time of one hundred dollars, any 
member in good standing and not indebted to the Society, 
may be elected to life membership and thereafter be exempt 
from the payment of all regular dues. 

Admissions. 

Section 3. — Applications for membership shall be made in 
writing on duplicate forms prescribed and furnished by the 
Society, and shall give the name, place, and date of birth, 
occupation and residence of the applicant, his line of descent, 



14 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



and the name, residence and service of the ancestor from 
whom he derives eligibility, with proof of such service. The 
applicant shall make oath that the statements of his applica- 
tion are correct and true; that he will use his best efforts to 
promote the objects of the Society and will conform to all 
its regulations, and, if a citizens of the United States, that 
he will support the Constitution of the United States, and 
he shall state under oath whether he has ever made applica- 
tion for admission to any other Society of the Colonial Wars. 

No person who has applied for admission to any other 
Society of Colonial Wars and has not been accepted shall be 
admitted to membership in this Society, except upon approval 
by the Society to which his application was first made. 

Each application shall be endorsed by two members of 
this Society who shall certify that they know the applicant 
to be worthy of membership, and it shall be accompanied by 
the initiation fee. 

Applications shall be filed with the Secretary and be 
referred by that officer to the Committee on Membership. 
If approved by that Committee it shall be forwarded to the 
Registrar, and, when verified by him, it shall be returned to 
the Secretary to be laid before the Society. A two-thirds 
vote by ballot of all members present at a meeting of the 
Society shall be required to elect an applicant to member- 
ship. If any applicant fails of election the initiation fee shall 
be immediately returned to him and the papers shall 
be retained by the Society and placed in the files of the Reg- 
istrar's office. One copy of every application for member- 
ship after having been accepted by the Society, shall be sent 
by the Registrar to the Registrar General. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 13 

Resignations. 

Section 4. The resignation of any member presented in 
writing may be accepted by a two-thirds vote at any meeting 
of the Society, provided such member is in good standing. 

Suspension and Expulsion. 

Section 5. Any member for conduct inconsistent with the 
character of a gentleman and a man of honor, or with his 
obligations to the Society, or for other grave cause, may be 
suspended or expelled from the Society, but no member 
shall be suspended or expelled unless written charges against 
him be presented to the Council. It shall be the duty of 
the Grovernor to file, with the Council, charges against any 
member of this Society if it becomes known to him that such 
member has violated any of the rules of the Society which 
might render him subject to investigation therefor. The 
Council shall give reasonable notice of such charges and 
afford the member opportunity to answer and refute them. 
The Council after due investigation may recommend to the 
Society the suspension or expulsion of the member and the 
Society shall have authority to suspend or expel him by a 
majority vote of the members present at any meeting of the 
Society. (Any member who shall be .suspended shall imme- 
diately return his diploma, certificate of membership, and 
insignia, to the Registrar to be held during such suspension.) 

The Society shall have power to drop from the rolls the 
name of any member two years or more in arrears for dues 
who shall fail, after proper notice, to pay the same within 
sixty days, and on being dropped his membership shall cease, 
but he may be restored to membership by two-thirds vote of 
the Society, at any time upon his written application, 
approved by the Committee on Membership, and the pay- 



i6 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



ment of all sums that would have been charged against him 
had he not been dropped from the rolls. Any person expelled 
from the Society or dropped from the rolls shall forfeit all 
right to a diploma, certificate, and insignia and shall imme- 
diately return them to the Society. The Treasurer shall 
refund to him the amount paid for his insignia. 

Transfers. 

Section 6. No member of this Society shall be transferred 
to any other State Society, and no member of any other 
State Society shall be received by transfer to this Society, 
who is not in good standing and whose dues are not paid up 
to the date of such transfer. 

A member of any other State Society desiring to be trans- 
ferred to this Society shall file, with the Secretary, a written 
application accompanied with a certified copy of the original 
application on which he was admitted to the Society, and a 
certificate that he is in good standing and that his dues are 
fully paid. Such application shall be passed upon by the 
Membership Committee and Registrar before the applicant 
is admitted. 

A member of this Society desiring to be transferred to 
any other Society may be required by the Registrar, to pay 
the cost of making the requisite copy of his application. 

Article IV. 

Meetings. 

The regular annual meeting of the Society shall be held 
on the first Tuesday in December, of each year. Special 
meetings may be called by the Governor whenever he deems 
it necessary, and it shall be his duty to call such meetings 



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upon the written request of five members of the Society. 
Nine members shall constitute a quorum of the Society at 
all its meetings. 

Meetings of the Council shall be held whenever directed 
by the Society or the Chairman deems it necessary and it 
shall be the duty of the Chairman to call a meeting upon 
the written request of three members of the Council. Five 
members shall constitute a quorum at all pieetings of the 
Council. 

Not less than five days' notice of all regular meetings of 
the Society and Council shall be given. 

No other meetings of the Society or the Council shall be 
held without reasonable notice to all members of the respec- 
tive bodies. 

Article V. 

Officers. 

Section i. The officers of this Society shall be a Gov- 
ernor, Deputy-Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary, 
Treasurer, Registrar, Historian, Chaplain, Chancellor, and 
Surgeon, who shall hold office for one year, commencing 
upon the adjournment of the annual meeting at which they 
are elected, or until their successors are duly elected, and 
qualified. These officers shall be ex officio, members of the 
Council, and the Governor shall be Chairman thereof. 

The Council. 

Section 2. There shall be a Council consisting of the offi- 
cers named in Article V, Section i, and nine additional mem- 
bers to be called "Gentlemen of the Council." Three Gen- 



1 8 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

tlemen of the Council shall be elected at each annual meeting 
and their term of office shall be three years. 

Under the authority and by the direction of the Society 
the Council shall have general care of the interests and 
affairs of the Society and shall attend to such matters as 
may be committed to it. 

Delegates to the General Assembly. 

Section 3. Five delegates to the meetings of the General 
Society shall be nominated and elected annually at the same 
time, in the same manner and for the same term as the gen- 
eral officers of this Society. 

Nomination of Officers, 

Section 4. A Nominating Committee, to be chosen by the 
Council at a regularly-appointed meeting, not less than 
thirty days before the date of the annual meeting, shall nom- 
inate candidates for the offices provided for by this Consti- 
tution and, within ten days after its appointment, shall report 
the names of such nominees to the Secretary, who shall, not- 
less than five days before the date of the annual meeting, 
communicate the names of the candidates to all members of 
the Society. All members of the Society shall have the right 
to make other nominations for any office in open meeting. 

No member who is in arrears for more than one year's 
dues shall be nominated or elected to any office in this 
Society. 

Election of Officers. 

Section 5. The officers provided for by this Constitution 
shall be elected, by ballot, by a majority vote at the regular 
annual meeting of the Society. 



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Article VI. 

The Governor. 

The Governor shall have general supervision of the affairs 
of the Society, under its direction, and shall preside at all 
meetings. He shall be, ex officio. Chairman of the Council. 
In the absence or disability of the Governor, the Deputy- 
Governor or the Lieutenant-Governor, in the order named, 
shall perform the duties of the office. 

Article VII. 

The Secretary. 

The Secretary shall keep accurate records of the proceed- 
ings of all meetings of the Society and of the Council, sep- 
arately, issue notices, conduct the correspondence and attend 
to such other duties as may be assigned to him. He shall be 
the custodian of the seal, and of all records and archives 
belonging to the Society, other than those lodged w^ith the 
Registrar. He shall make written reports at each annual 
meeting and at such other times as may be directed. 

Article VIII. 

The Treasurer. 

The Treasurer shall receive and disburse the funds of the 
Society, keep accurate accounts of the same, and report to 
the Society at the regular annual meeting and at such other 
times as may be directed. The funds of the Society shall be 
deposited in the name of the Society, in a bank to be desig- 
nated by the Council, and disbursements shall be made only 
upon authority of the Society and upon vouchers approved 



20 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

by the Governor and the Secretary. The Treasurer shall 
report to the Council, for action, the names of all members 
in. arrears for dues — for two years or more. 

Article IX. 

The Registrar. 

The Registrar shall keep a correct record of the mem- 
bers and officers of the Society, showing all admissions, elec- 
tions, and changes; he shall be the custodian of all proofs of 
membership qualifications, and all the historical and genea- 
logical books, papers, manuscripts, etc., belonging to the 
Society, and shall prepare copies of such documents as the 
owners thereof may not ' be willing to deposit with the 
Society. He shall verify all statements of genealogical 
descent and service of ancestors that may be made in appli- 
cations for membership and endorse his conclusions on the 
application. 

He shall attend to matters connected with the issuance of 
diplomas, certificates of membership, and insignia, and keep 
full records of the same. 

Article X. 

Historian. 

The Historian shall keep a record of the historical and 
commemorative meetings of the Society and prepare for pub- 
lication such addresses and other documents as the Society 
shall order published. He shall submit at each annual meet- 
ing a list of the names of members who may have died dur- 
ing the year, with biographical memoirs. 



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Article XL 

Chancellor. 

The Chancellor shall be a lawyer duly admitted to the 
bar, and it shall be his duty to give legal opinions on mat- 
ters afEecting the Society when called upon by the Governor, 

Article XII. 

Chaplain. 

"The Chaplain shall be a clergyman and it shall be his 
duty to officiate when called upon by the Governor. 

Article XIII. 

Surgeon. 

The Surgeon shall be a physician in good standing, and it 
shall be his duty to give professional advice when called upon 
by the Governor. 

Article XIV. 

Committee on Membership. 

The Committee on Membership shall consist of five mem- 
bers to be elected annually by the Society, one of whom shall 
be the Registrar, who shall be the Chairman of the Com- 
mittee. The Committee shall examine applications for mem- 
bership, carefully consider all questions relating to the eligi- 
bility and acceptability of the applicant and endorse its 
approval or disapproval upon the application, and forward it 
to the Registrar. 



22 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Article XV. 
Committee on Historical Documents. 

The Committee on Historical Documents and Records 
shall consist of five members to be elected annually. The 
Committee shall collect such documents, records, and relics 
as relate to the American Colonial period and especially 
those pertaining to the Colonies of Virginia and Maryland. 
It shall deliver the same into the possession of the Society. 
It shall make search and record the character and place of 
such material, when the originals cannot be obtained. It 
shall make an annual report. 

Article XVI. 
Seal. 

The seal of the Society of the Colonial Wars in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia shall be 

Upon a shield azure, a Puritan, habited, grasping in 
his dexter hand a match-lock in pale, stock downwards or. 
The whole surrounded by an oval ribbon, gules, inscribed 
with the legend. 

Society of Colonial Wars 
in the District of Columbia 
1607-1775, or. 
Beneath the shield a cutlass, and stone tomahawk in sal- 
tire, proper. 

Article XVII. 

Flag. 

The flag shall consist of the red cross of Saint George on 
a white field bearing in the center the seal of the Society in 
the District of Columbia. 



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Article XVIII. 

Insignia. 

The insignia shall be a star of nine points, as adopted by 
the General Society. It shall be worn by the members on 
all occasions when they assemble as such for any stated pur- 
pose or celebration, and may be worn on any occasion of 
ceremony. It shall be worn conspicuously on the left breast. 
Members who are or have been General Officers or Officers 
of a State Society, may wear the insignia with three jewels 
in»the crown and suspended from a regulation ribbon around 
the neck. Members who are or have been Governors, 
Deputy-Governors, or Lieutenant-Governors of State Socie- 
ties, 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, for State officers, worn 
under, and for General officers, worn over the waistcoat. 

The insignia shall never be worn as an article of jewelry. 
No member shall receive more than one insignia, except to 
replace one lost, proof of which must be satisfactorily estab- 
lished and the new one paid for. 

The undress insignia shall be a rosette of red and white 
«ilk. This decoration may be worn at all times in the left 
coat lapel. 

Article XIX. 

Certificate of Membership. 

The certificate of membership shall read as follows: 
"The Society of Colonial Wars in the District of Colum- 
bia hereby certifies that of was chosen a 



24 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



member of said Society in conformity with the Articles of 

its Constitution on the day of ^in the year 

of Our Lord one thousand hundred and 

In witness whereof, We have hereunto signed our names 
and affixed the Great Seal of the Society. 

Governor, 



District of Columbia Society No.- 
General Society No. 



-Secretary. 



-Registrar." 



Article XX. 

Diploma. 

The diploma shall be the same as the diploma of the Gen- 
eral Society of the Colonial Wars. 

Article XXI. 

Amendments. 

Alterations or amendments to this Constitution shall not 
be made unless notice shall have been given in writing, signed 
by the member proposing the same, at a previous meeting. 
The Secretary shall send a copy of the proposed amendment 
to each member of the Society and state the meeting at 
which the same will be voted upon. No alteration or 
amendment shall be made unless adopted by a two-thirds 
vote of the members present at the meeting voting upon the 
same. 



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BY-LAWS 



I. 

Order of Business. 

The order of business shall be: 

1. Calling the meeting to order by the Governor. 

2. Prayer by the Chaplain. 

3. Reading of the minutes of last meeting. 

4. Report of the Council. 

5. Election of new members. 

6. Report from the Secretary. 

7. Report from the Treasurer. 

8. Reports from committees and officers. 

9. Unfinished business. 

10. New business. 

11. Election of officers. 

2. 
Cushing s Manuel, wherever applicable, shall be the rule 
of procedure in the conduct of the business of the Society 
and Council. 

3- 

These By-laws may be altered or amended, or temporar- 
ily suspended at any regular meeting by a two-thirds vote 
of the Society. 




First Governor of the Societ\', 1893-4. 



List of Members 



TT7E will review the deeds of our fathers, and pass that just verdict on 
^'^ them we expect from posterity on our own. :^mEeson. 



. JAMES. THOMAS ANDERSON 

Lieutenant (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Hamburg, Germany, March 26, 

1862. 

Son of 

James House Anderson (1833 ) and Princess Amanda (Mil- 
ler) Anderson (1837 ). 

Grandson of 

David Miller (1794-1855) and Sarah (Bent) Miller (1806- 

Great-grandson of 

Abner Bent (1780-1834) and Elizabeth (Williams) Bent ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of '-"■ ■■'' 

Silas Bent (1744-1818) and Mary (Carter) Bent (1746-1831). 
Great-great-great-grandson of 

Elijah Bent (1713-1797) and Susannah (Stone) Bent (1720- 

1801). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Hopestill Bent (1672-1725) and Elizabeth (Brown) Bent (1678 
Samuel Stone (1684-1769) and Abigail (Reed) Stone (1786- 
Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Peter Bent (i 629-1 678) and Elizabeth Bent ( ). 

Thomas Brown (1645-1709) and Brown ( ). 

Samuel Stone (1656-1743) and Dorcas (Jones) Stone (1659- 

1746) . 
George Reed (1660-1756) and Abigail (Pierce) Reed (1660 



28 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of ^ 

John Bent (1596-1672) and Martha W 

Samuel Stone (1630-1715) and Sarah (Stearns) Stone (1635- 

1700). 
Thomas Pierce (1608-1683) and Elizabeth (Cole) Pierce ( 

i688). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Gregory Stone (1592-1673) and Lydia ( — -) Stone ( 

.1674). 

Silas Bent (1744-18 18) of Watertown, Massachusetts. 
He enlisted, at the age of sixteen years, on April 16, 1760, 
for service in Canada as a private in Captain Ephraim Jack- 
son's Company. 

Thomas Brown (1645-1709), of Massachusetts Bay Col- 
ony; Captain of a Company of Horse, in September, 1697; 
Representative of Sudbury, in the Assembly of Massachu- 
setts Bay, in i6g2-g^ and 1702. 

Samuel Stone (1656-1743) of Cambridge and Lexing- 
ton, Massachusetts; served as private in Company of Cap- 
tain Thomas Prentice in King Philip's War; was wounded 
in Great Swamp Fight, 1675; served in Captain Thomas 
Brattle's Troop of Horse in expedition to Mt. Hope, 1676. 

John Bent (1596-1672) of Sudbury, Massachusetts; 
Private in Major Simon Willard's Troop of Horse in the 
Expedition against Ninigret, Chief of the Nyantics, 1654. 

Thomas Pierce (1608- 1683) of Massachusetts; was a 
trooper under Captain Thomas Prentice and Captain 
Thomas Brattle in King Philip's War, i675-'6; Corporal in 
1683; Sergeant in the Woburn Company of Militia, 1669- 
'82 ; Deputy to the General Court, 1658. 

Gregory Stone (1592-1672) of Massachusetts; Deputy 
from Massachusetts Bay Colony to General Court, 1638. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 29 



* GEORGE FRANKLIN APPLEBY 

Lawyer. Born, Washington City, March 20, 1844. Died, Washington City, 
April 30, 1903. 

Son of 

Bignall Appleby (11814-1864) and Sarah Anne (Bland) Appleby 
(1813-1888). 

Grandson of 

Edward Bland (1786-1822) and Delilah (Walker) Bland (1791- 

1855). 

Great-grandson of 

William Bland (r742'-i8o3) and Anne (Harwood) Bland (1750- 
1818). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Richard Bland (17x0-1776) and Anne (Poythreas) Bland (171a- 

1758). 
William Harwood (171.5-1781) and Mary ( ) Harwood 

( )■ 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Bland (1665-1720) and Elizabeth (Randolph) Bland 

(1686-17Z0). 
William Harwood (1690-1737) and ( ) ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Theodorick Bland (1629-1671) and Anne (Bennett) Bland 

(1643 ). 

William Randolph (1650-1711) and Mary (Isham) Randolph 

(1659-1735). 

Humphrey Harwood (1660 ) and ( ) ( ). 

Great-great^great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Bennett (i 600-1 674) and ( ) ( ). 

Richard Randolph ( ) and ( ) ( ) . 

Henry Isham (1628-1676) and Katherine ( ) Isham (1630- 

Humphrey Harwood (1630 ) and — — ( ) ( ). 

Richard Bland (1710-1776) of Jordans, Prince George 
County, Virginia; Commissioned in the Virginia forces, 
1738; Burgess from Prince George County, i736-'76; 
Provincial Congress in Philadelphia, 1774. 
; WiLLL4M Harwood (1715-1781) of Warwick County, 



30 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Virginia; Justice of County Court for more than forty 
years; Burgess from Warwick County, i744-'48, i752-'3, etc. 

Theodorick Bland (i 629-1 671) of Berkeley and West- 
over, Virginia; Burgess from Henrico County, Virginia and 
Speaker of the House, i659-'6o; Collector of Customs; 
Member of the Colonial Council, 1665. 

William Randolph (1650-1711) of Henrico County, 
Virginia; Clerk of Henrico County, i673-'83; Captain of 
Militia, 1680; Lieutenant Colonel, 1699; Colonel, 1704; 
Burgess from Henrico, i685-'99, i703-'5 and 1710; At- 
torney-General and Member of the Council, 1696; Clerk of 
House of Burgesses, 1702; Speaker, 1698; Royal Charter 
Justice for William and Mary College, 1693. 

Richard Bennett (1600-1674) of Nansemond, Vir- 
ginia; Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, i629-'3i ; 
County Commissioner, 1632; Member of the Colonial 
Council, i642-'55; Governor, i652-'55; Commissioner to 
England, 1659; Major-General of Virginia forces, i662-'72. 

Henry Isham (1628-1676) of Henrico County, Vir- 
ginia; Captain of Militia; High Sheriff of Henrico County, 
1 669-' 70. 

HENRY KETCHUM AVERILL, JR. 

Civil Engineer. Born, Plattsburg, New York, March 26, 1830. 

Son of 

Henry Ketchum Averill (1798-1881) and Elizabeth (Piatt) 
Averill (1806-1843). 

Grandson of 

Nathan Averill (1774-1865) and Polly (Ketchum) Averill 

(1778-1865). 
William Pitt Piatt (1771-1835) and Hannah (Kent) Piatt 

(1768-1846). 

Great-grandson of 

Nathan Averill (1745-1820) and Rosannah (Noble) Averill 
(1752-1813). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 31 



Joseph Ketchum (1754-1794) and Phebe (Moore) Ketchum 

(1756-1816). 
Zephaniah Platt (1735-1807) and Mary (Van Wyck) Piatt 
(1743-1809). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Averill (1716-1785) and Lucy (Cogswell) Averill (1726- 

1782). 
Stephen Noble, Jr., (1710-1797) and Sarah (Ferris) Noble 
(1710-1802). ' 

Samuel Moore (1705-1786) and Rachel (Landon) Moore ( ). 

Zephaniah Platt (1703-1778) and Hannah (Saxton) Platt ( ). 

Theodorus Van Wyck (1697 ) ^nd Elizabeth (Creed) Van 

' Wyck (1698 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Edward Cogswell (1686-1773) and Hannah (Brown) Cogswell 

(1690-1771). 
Stephen Noble (1686-1755) and Abigail (Morgan) Noble (1683- 

1758). 

Jonas Platt (1684-1731) and ( ) Platt ( ). 

Theodorus Van Wyck (1668-1753) and Margaretta (Brincker- 

hoff) Van Wyck (1675-1741). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Cogswell (1659-1708) and Martha (Emerson) Cogs- 
well (1662 ). 

Isaac Morgan (1652-1706) and Prudence ( ) Morgan ( ). 

( )■ 

Epenetus Platt (1640-1693) and Phcbe (Wood) Platt ( ). 

Abraham Joris Brinckerhoff (1632-1714) and Aeltie (Strycker) 

Brinckerhoff ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Emerson (1625-1700) and Ruth (Symonds) Emerson ( 

1702). 
Jan Strycker (1615-1697) and Larabertije (Senbering) Strycker 

( )■ 

Great-great-great-great-great-greaf -grandson of 

Samuel Symonds (1595-1678) and Dorothy (Hartakenden) Sy- 
monds (1596-1636). .^ 

Zephaniah Platt (i 735-1 807) of Huntington, Long 
Island, New York; Ensign in Captain Joseph Lewis' Com- 
pany, Huntington. Long Island, T758; Captain Company 



3? SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

of Foot, North Battalion Dutchess County Regiment, Colo- 
nel Martin Hoffman, 1760. 

Samuel Moore (1705-1786) of Salisbury, Connecticut; 
Lieutenant of First Company Trained Band, Salisbury, Con- 
necticut, 1752; Captain, 1756; Deputy, i750-'65. 

Stephen Noble (1686-1755) of New Milford, Con- 
necticut; Captain of Militia at New Milford, Connecticut; 
Twenty years' service against the Indians. 

Isaac Morgan (1652-1706) of Enfield, Massachusetts ^ 
In the Falls Fight, 1676, under Captain William Turner. 

Epenetus Platt (1640-1693) of Suffolk County, New 
York; Captain of Suffolk Company of Foot, 1684; sent in 
command of East End men to demand surorender of Fort at 
New York; Representative, 1689. 

Jan Strygker (1615-1697) of Flatbush, Long Island; 
Member, Great Landtag, New Amsterdam, 1664; Mem- 
ber, Hempstead Convention, 1665; Schepen, 1673; Captain, 
Military Company at Midwout, Long Island; Deputy, 
Great Conference at New Orange, 1674. 

Samuel Symonds (1595-1678) of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy, i638-'43; Assistant, i646-'73; Deputy Gov- 
ernor, i673-'78. 

ABSALOM BAIRD 

Brigadier-General (Retired). U. S. Army. Born, Washington, Pennsyl- 
vania, Angust 20, 1824. 

Son of 
Wi'l^am Baird (1789-1834) and Nancy (Mitchell) Baird (1799- 

Grandson of 
Absalom Baird (1755-1805) and Susanna (Brown) Baird ( 

Great-grandson of 
■^'"'1803')"^ ^ '^*°^ '""' Catharine (McLean) Baird {- 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 33 

John Baird (— 1760) of Pennsylvania; Ensign, Gen- 
eral Forbes' Regiment, in the Expedition against Fort Du- 
quesne, 1758; Lieutenant, Provincial Forces of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1759. 

WILLIAM BAIRD 

Captain (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
August 22, 185 1. 

Son of 

Absalom Baird (1824 ) and Cornelia W. (Smith) Baird 

(1828-1883), 

Grandson of 

William Baird (1789-1834) and Nancy (Mitchell) Baird (1799- 
1881). 

Great-grandson of 

Absalom Baird (1755-1805) and Susanna (Brown) Baird ( 

i8oz). 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Baird ( 1760) and Catharine (McLean) Baird ( 

1802). 

John Baird ( 1760) of Pennsylvania; Ensign, Gen- 
eral Forbes' Regiment, in the Expedition against Fort Du- 
quesne, 1758; Lieutenant, Provincial Forces of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1759. 

LE DROICT LANGDON BARBER 

Born, Washington City, May 29, 1873. 
Son of 

Amzi Lorenzo Barber (1843 ) and Julia Louise (Langdon) 

Barber (1843 ). 

Grandson of 
John Le Droict Langdon (1806-1861) and Jerusha (Stillman) 
Langdon (1809-1888). 

Great-grandson of 
Daniel Stillman (1782-1858) and Rebecca (Gillette) Stillman 
(1784-1855). 



34 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-grandson of 

Roger Stillman (1754-1833) and Mehetable (Hurd) Stillman 
(1757-1828). 

Creat-great-great-grandson of 

John Stillman, Jr., (1717-1789) and Rachel (Robbins) Stillman 
(1718-1807). 

Great-great -great-great-grandson of 
John Stillman (1693-1775) and Mary (Wolcott) Stillman (1694- 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Wolcott (1656-1695) and Judith (Appleton) Wolcott 
(1653-1741). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Samuel Appleton (1624-1696) and Hanna (Paine) Appleton 
( 1655). 

Samuel Appleton (1624-1696) of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
six terms between i668-'8o; Lieutenant, 1668; Captain, 
1675; Major and Commander-in-Chief of Massachusetts 
troops, 1675; in command at Springfield and Hatfield and 
in the Great Swamp Fight; Sergeant-Major of the South 
Essex Regiment, 1682; Assistant, i68i-'86, i689-'92; im- 
prisoned by Sir Edmund Andros in 1687 for refusing to 
pay taxes levied without consent of the Council. 

JOB BARNARD 

Associate Justice, Supreme Court, District of Columbia. Born, Porter 
County, Indiana, June 8, 1844. 

Son of 

William Barnard (1803-1887) and Sally (Williams) Barnard 
(1806-1864). 

Grandson of 

Uriah Barnard (1761-1844) and Elizabeth (Macy) Barnard 
(1763-1848). 

Great-grandson of 

Timothy Barnard (1733 ) and Love (Swain) Barnard 

(1739-1839). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 35 



Joseph Macy (1735 ) and Mary (Starbuck) Macy (1738- 

Great-great-grandson of 

Timothy Barnard (1712-1749) and Mary (Bunker) Barnard 

( 1750). 

George Swain (1704-1797) and Love (Paddock) Swain (1711- 

1792). 
Joseph Macy (1709- 1772) and Hannah (Hobbs) Macy 

( ). 

William Starbuck ( ) and Anna (Folger) Starbuck 

( 1748). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Peleg Bunker (1676-1730) and Susanna (Coffin) Bunker (1700- 

1740). 
■, Nathaniel Paddock (1677-1756) and Ann (Bunker) Paddock 

(168 6-1767). 
Thomas Macy (1687-1759) and Deborah (Coffin) Macy 

( 1760). 

Jethro Starbuck (1671-1770) and Dorcas (Gayer) Starbuck 

(1675-1748). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Stephen Coffin (1652-1734) and Mary (Bunker) Coffin 

( )• 

Zechariah Paddock (1636-1727) and Deborah (Sears) Paddock 

(1639-1732). 
John Macy (1655-1691) and Deborah (Gardner) Macy (165S- 

1712). 
Nathaniel Starbuck ( 1719) and Mary (Coffin) Starbuck 

(1645-1717). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Tristram Coffin (1605-1681) and Dionis (Stephens) Coffin 

( ). 

Richard Sears (or Sares) (1590-1676) and Deborah (Thatcher) 
Sears ( 1680). 

Thomas Macy (1608-1682) and Sarah (Hopcott) Macy (1612- 
1706). 

Edward Starbuck (1604-1690) and Katharine (Reynolds) Star- 
buck ( ). 

Tristram Coffin (1605-1681) of Salisbury, Massachu- 
setts and Nantucket; Commissioner at Salisbury, 1655; 
Chief Magistrate of Nantucket under Governor Lovelace, 
of New York, in 1671. 

Richard Sears (or Sares) (1590-1676) of Yarmouth, 



36 socip:ty of colonial wars 

Massachusetts; was a Member of the Yarmouth Company 
under Lieutenant William Palmer; Deputy to the General 
Court of Plymouth, Massachusetts, June j, 1662. 

Thomas Macy (1608-1682) of Salisbury, Massachu- 
setts and Nantucket; Commissioner and Representative 
from Salisbury to the General Court of Massachusetts; 
Chief Magistrate of Nantucket, 1675 ; the first Recorder of 
Deeds of Nantucket. 

Edward Starbuck (1604-1690) of Dover, New Hamp- 
shire, and Nantucket; Representative for Dover, 1643 and 
1646; Chief Magistrate of Island of Nantucket. 

GEORGE AIKEN BATCHELDER 

M'enio Park, California. Eorn, San Francisco, California, April 13, i860. 

Son of 

Joseph M. Batchelder ( 1883) and Elizabeth A. (Mitchell) 

Batchelder ( ). 

Grandson of 

Nathan Batchelder (1787-1867) and Peace (Clifford) Batchelder 
(1791-1869). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Batchelder (1754-1834) and Abigail (Boynton) Batch- 
elder (1759-1850). 
Joseph Clifford ( ) and Lydia (Moody) Clifford ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Nathan Batchelder (1734 ) and Margaret (Bean) Batchel- 
der ( ). 

Joshua Boynton ( ) and Elizabeth (Rand) Boynton ( ). 

John Moody ( ) and Mary (Gillnan) Moody ( — — ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Batchelder (1710-1784) and . 

Jacob Oilman ( ) and Mary (Ladd) Oilman ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Ladd ( ) and Elizabeth (Oilman) Ladd ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Oilman (1624-1708) and Elizabeth (Treworgy) Oilman 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 37 



Joshua Boynton ( ), oif New Hampshire; served in 

several campaigns in the French and Indian Wars ; took part 
in the expedition to Canada. 

Ebenezer Batchelder (1710-1784) of New Hamp- 
shire, Deputy to the General Court, Colony of New Hamp- 
shire, 1774. 

John Oilman (1624-1708) Lieutenant of the Militia 
in Exeter, New Hampshire, 1669; Member of the First 
Council of the Province of New Hampshire, 1680; Mem- 
ber of Avssembly, i693-'g7 ; Speaker of the House, 1695. 

JOSEPH FREDERICK BATCHELDER 

Real Estate Broker. Born, Gilford, New Hampshire, November 6, 1858. 

Son of 

Joseph M. Batchelder ( 1883) and Elizabeth A. (Mitchell) 

Batchelder ( ). 

Grandson of 

Nathan Batchelder (1787-1867) and Peace (Clifford) Batchelder 
(1791-1869). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Batchelder (1754-1834) and Abigail (Boynton) Batch- 
elder (1759-1850). 
Joseph Clifford ( ) and Lydia (Moody) Clifford. 

Great-great-grandson of 

Nathan Batchelder (1734 ) and Margaret (Bean) Batchelder 

( ). 

Joshua Boynton ( ) and Elizabeth (Rand) Boynton ( ). 

John Moody ( -) and Mary (Oilman) Moody ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Batchelder (1710-1784) and . 

Jacob Gilman ( ) and Mary (Ladd) Gilman ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Ladd ( ) and Elizabeth (Oilman) Ladd ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Oilman (1624-1708) and Elizabeth (Treworgy) Oilman 
( )• 



38 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Joshua Boynton ( ), of New Hampshire, who served 

several campaigns in the French and Indian Wars ; took part 
in the expedition to Canada. 

Ebenezer Batchelder (1710-1784) of New Hamp- 
shire, Deputy to the General Court, Colony of New Hamp- 
shire, 1774. 

John Oilman (1624-1708) Lieutenant of the Militia 
in Exeter, New Hampshire, 1669; Member of the First" 
Council of the Province of New Hampshire, 1680; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, i693-'97; Speaker of the House, 1695. 

PAUL EDMOND CHOUTEAU BECKWITH 

Assistant Curator, U. R. National Museum, Washington City. Born, St. 
Louis, Missouri, September 22, 1848. 

Son of 

Frederick W. Beckwith (1813-1854) and Tullia Chouteau (Paul) 
Beckwith (1821-1898). 

Grandson of 

John W. Beckwith (1781-1828) and Mary Floyd (Smith) Beck- 
with. (1785-1872). 

Great-grandson of 

John Beckwith (1752-1825) and Martha (Wdlliams) Beckwith 

(1765-1845). 
Thomas Smith (1755-1786) and Abigail (Floyd) Smith (1765- 

1796). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Basil Beckwith (1703-1798) and Volinda (Claggett) Beckwith 

(1704-1798). 
William Floyd (1720-1784) and Abigail (Davis) Floyd (1728- 

1786). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Charles Beckwith (1665-1712) and Anne (Miller) Beckwith 
(1684-1736). 

Charles Floyd (1686-1740) and Anne (Stewart) Floyd ( ) 

Robert Davis (1692 ) and Abigail (Hughes) Davis (1696- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Beckwith (1622-1676) and Frances (Hervey) Beckwith 
(1634-1676). 




'I'hird Governor of the Societ\ , 1895-1897. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 39 



John Floyd (Flood) (1664-1704) and ( ) Floyd ( ). 

Robert Davis (1650 ) and Nickite (granddaughter of Opee- 

checanough) Davis ( ). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Nicholas Hervey ( 1645) and Jane (Greene) Hervey 

(1618-1648). 
John Floyd (Fludd, Flood) (1612-1658) and ( ) Floyd 

( )■ 

William Davis (1610-1672) and ( ) Davis ( ). 

Nicholas Hervey ( 1645) of Maryland; Member 

of General Assembly of the Province of Maryland, i637-'44; 
in command of Company against "Maquantequat" Indians, 
1^39. 

John Floyd (Fludd, Flood) (1612-1658) of James 
City, Virginia; Captain, 1642; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1652; 
Colonel, 1655; Member of the House of Burgesses of Vir- 
ginia, representing James City, 1642-43, 1652, i655-'56. 

William Davis (i6io-i'672) of James City, Virginia; 
Member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, i642-'43, 
and 1647. 

GEORGE BELL 

Brigadier-General (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Hagerstown, Maryland, 
March i2j 1828. 

Son of 

William Duffield Bell (1793^1841) and Susan (Harry) Bell 

(1799-1870). 

Grandson of 

Samuel Bell (1765-1804) and Susan (Duffield) Bell (1771-1838). 
Great-grandson of 

William Duffield (1727-1799) and Susannah 

William Duffield (1727-1799) was an Ensign in Cap- 
tain Isaiah Sadler's Associated Company of York County, 
Pennsylvania, in 1756, and in active service on the frontier. 



40 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



WILLIAM DUFFIELD BELL 

Physician, New York City. Born, Washington City, October 19, 1862. 

Son of 
George Bell (1828 ) and Isabella (McCormick) Bell 

(183s ). ^ ^ ^ 

Grandson of 

William Duffield Bell (1793-1841) and Susan (Harry) Bell 
(1799-1870). 

Great-grandson of 

Samuel Bell (1765-1804) and Susan (Duffield) Bell (1771-1838), 

Great-great-grandson of 

William Duffield (1727-1799) and Susannah 

William Duffield (1727-1799) was an^Ensign in Cap- 
tain Isaiah Sadler's Associated Company of York County, 
Pennsylvania, in 1756, and in active service on the frontier. 

MARCUS BENJAMIN 

Bditor, U. S. National Museum, Washington City. Born, San Francisco, 
California, January 17, 1857. 

Son of 

Edmund Burke Benjamin (1828-1894) and Sarah (Mitchell) 
Benjamin (1832-1903). 

Grandson of 

Orson Benjamin (1789-1861) and Mary (Kibbe) Benjamin 

(1798-1880). 
Marcus Mitchell (1805-1872) and Betsey (Hough) Mitchell 

(1809-1899). 

Great-grandson of 

William Kibbe (1767-1841) and Esther (Terry) Kibbe (1767- 
1850). 

David Mitchell (1776-1840) and Sarah (Dibble) Mitchell (1785- 
1876). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Eliphalet Terry (1742-1812) and Mary (Hall) Terry (1745- 

1833). 
David Mitchell (1748-1810) and Sarah (Pierce) Mitchell 

(1753 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Ephraim Terry (1701-1783) and Ann (Collins) Terry (1702- 
1778). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 41 



Daniel Hall (1714-1803) and Mary (Dwight) Hall (1721-1809). 
Matthew Mitchell (1709-1792) and Hannah (Preston) Mitch* 
ell ( 1791). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Samuel Terry (1651-1730) and Martha (Crane) Terry (1666- 

1743)- 
Nathaniel Collins (1676-1756) and Alice (Adams) Collins 

Samuel Dwight (1696-1763) and Mary (Lyman) Dwight (1696- 

1776). 
Jonathan Mitchell (1683-1744) and Hannah (Jenner) Mitchell 

(1687-1732). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 
Nathaniel Collins (1642-1684) and Mary (Whiting) Collins 

* ( ). 

William Adams (1650-1685) and Alice (Bradford) Adams 

( ). 

Nathaniel Dwight (1666-1711) and Mehitable (Partridge) 

Dwight (1675-1756). 
John Lyman, Jr., (1660-1740) and Mindwell (Pomeroy) Lyman 

(1666-1776). ' 

Matthew Mitchell (1652-1736) and Mary (Thompson) Mitchell 

(1655-1711). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
William Whiting ( 1668) and Susanna ( ) Whit- 

William Bradford (1624-1703) and Alice (Richard) Bradford 

Timothy Dwight (1629-1718) and Anna (Flint) Dwight (1643 

Samuel Partridge (1645-1740) and Mehitable (Crow) Partridge 

(1652-1730). 

John Lyman (1623-1690) and Dorcas (Plumb) Lyman ( ). 

David Mitchell (1619-1685) and Sarah (Wheeler) Mitchell 

( 1685). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandsoii of 

William Bradford (1588-1657) and Alice (Carpenter) Brad- 
ford (1590-1670). 

John Plumb (1594-1648) and ( ) Plumb ( ). 

Matthew Mitchell (1590-1645) and Susan (Butterfield) Mitch- 
ell ( ). 

Ephraim Terry (i 701-1783), of Enfield, Connecticut, 
Major Train Band; Justice, Hartford County, 1737- 
Matthew Mitchell (1709- 1792) of Southbury, Con- 

4 



42 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

necticut; Second Lieutenant, Captain Ebenezer Down's 
Company in the Fort William Henry Alarm, 1757. 

Samuel Terry (1651-1730), of Enfield, Connecticut, 
Captain of the Enfield Train Band. 

John Lyman, Jr., (1660-1774), of Northampton, Mas- 
sachusetts;, served in King Philip's War, 1675; Ensign in 
Northampton Company, 1682. 

William Whiting ( 1668) of Hadley, Massa- 
chusetts; Major in Colonial Forces, and an Assistant and 
Colonial Treasurer of Connecticut in 1 641 -'47. 

William Bradford (1624- 1703), Deputy-Governor of 
Plymouth Colony; Commanded Plymouth Forces, Great 
-Swamp Fight, and was severely wounded. 

Timothy Dwight (1629-1718) of Dedham, Massa- 
<;husetts ; Cornet of Horse, and Captain of Foot; served in 
ten Indian Expeditions and was Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts. 

Samuel Partridge (1645-1740) of Hatfield, Massa- 
chusetts; Quartermaster, Major John Pynchon's Troop, 
1688; Deputy, 1683, '85, '86; Assistant Associate Judge, 
Hampshire County Court, 1685; Judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas, Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1692- 1740. 

John Lyman (1623-1690) of Northampton, Massa- 
chusetts; served under, as Lieutenant, and was in command, 
after the death of Captain William Turner, of the North- 
ampton soldiers, in the "Falls Fight," above Deerfield, 
Massachusetts, May 18, 1676. 

David Mitchell (1619-1685) of Stratford, Connecti- 
cut. On the organization of the expedition against King 
Philip was appointed "to pass and sign every one's payment 
that is due from the treasury," 1675. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 43 

William Bradford (1588-1657), Signer of the May- 
flower Compact; Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

John Plumb (1594-1648), of Connecticut; served in 
Captain Mason's command in Pequot Wa;r, 1637; Deputy 
from Wethersfield to the General Court, 1634.-1^2. 

Matthew Mitchell (1590-1645) of Stratford, Con- 
necticut; Deputy to the General Court, May, 1637, vv^hich 
voted that "There shall be an offensive war against the 
Pequoitt"; Assistant, 1638; served in the garrison at Say- 
brook Fort under Lion Gardiner in the Pequot War; served 
in an encounter with the Indians on the Connecticut River, 
October, 1636. 

ROBERT ROOT BENNETT 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, Toledo, Ohio, December 12, 1865. 

Son of 

William Henry Bennett (1828-1899) and Helen Louise (Root) 
Bennett (1839 ). 

Grandson of 

Henry Bennett (1802-1887) and Sarah Ann (Tracy) Bennett 

(igog-1885). 

Aaron Root (1781-1859) and Harriet (Kingman) Root (1795- 

1836). 

. Great-grandson of 

Nedabiah W'estcott Bennett (1771-1828) and Catherine (Combs) 

Bennett (1780 ). 

Moses Root (1744 ) and Mary (Fuller) Root (1756-1839). 

Rufus Tracy (1769-1842) and Sarah (Rust) Tracy ( 1843)- 

Mitchell Kingman (1744-1819) and Keturah (Latimer) Kmg- 

man (1748-1835).' 

Great-great-grandson of 
Robert Bennett (1744 ) and Martha (Knight) Bennett 

(1750 ). , V T, / A 

Daniel Root (1710-1756) and ( ) Root (——)■ 

Asahel Tracy (1744 ) and Olive (Leonard) Tracy (1740- 

Samuel Kingman (1710 ) and Phebe (Washburn) Kingman 

( )• 



44 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Stephen Rust (1747-1786) and Prudence (Bill) Rust ( 1833). 

John Latimer (1713-1792) and Anna (Grimes) Latimer ( 

Great-great-great-grandson 01 

Benjamin Bennett (1701-1793) and Sarah ( ) Bennett (1703- 

1762). 
John Root (1676-1744) and Mary (Leonard) Root (1687-1766). 
Jedediah Tracy (1714-1766) and Jerusha (Richards) Tracy 

( )• 

Samuel Kingman (1670-1742) and Mary (Mitchell) Kingman 

( ). 

Daniel Rust (1711 ) and Elizabeth (Williams) Rust ( ). 

( ). 

Luther Latimer (1692 ) and Elizabeth ( ) Latimer 

( )■ 

Jonathan Knight (1720-1784) and Experience (Westcott) 

Knight ( ). 

Ebenezer Leonard (1709 ) and Esther (Amos) Leonard. 

Benjamin Bill (1708-1754) and Sarah (Davis) Bill ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Bennett ( 1745) and Desire (Berry) Bennett 

( 1714)- 

JosiAH Leonard (1658-1689) and Sarah (Dumbleton) Leonard 

( — —) (parents of Mary Leonard). 
Jedediah Tracy (1692 ) and Margaret (Rix) Tracy ( 

1727). 
John Kingman ( 1690) and Elizabeth .( ) Kingman 

( ). 

Jacob Mitchell ( 1675) and Susannah (Pope) Mitchell 

(1649-1675). 
Jonathan Rust (1681-1774) ^nd Elizabeth (Allen) Rust ( 

1706). 

John Latimer (1651 ) and Mary ( ) Latimer ( ). 

Jonathan Knight ( 1762) and Martha (Angell) Knight 

(1703 ). 

Samuel Leonard (Leonardson) (1683-1718) and Lydia (Cook) 

Leonard ( ). 

Philip Bill (1658-1739) and Mary ( ) Bill ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Bennett (1628-1684) and Anna ( ) Bennett ( ). 

John Leonard ( 1676) and Sarah (Heald) Leonard ( ). 

Thomas Tracy (1644-1721) and ( ) Tracy ( ). 

Henry Kingman (1592-1666) and Joanna ( ) Kingman 

Experience Mitchell (1609-1689) and Jane (Cook) Mitchell 




/^. 



Fourth Governor of the Society, 1897-9. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 45 



Israel Rust (1643-1712) and Rebecca (Clark) Rust ( 1733). 

John Latimer ( 1663) and Ann ( ) Latimer ( ). 

Jonathan Knight ( 1717) and Hannah ( ) Knight 

Samuel Leonard (1645 ) and Abigail (Wood) Leonard 

Thomas Pope (1608-1683) and Sarah (Jenny) Pope ( ). 

Thomas Angell (1672 ) and Sarah (Brown) Angell 

(1677 ). 

Richard Cook ( 1716) and ( ) ( ). 

Philip Bill (1620-1689) and Hannah ( ) Bill ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson o£ 

Thomas Tracy (1610-1685) and Mary (Mason) Tracy 

( i6s9). 

Richard Knight ( ) and Sarah (Rogers) Knight ( 

i68s). 
Solomon Leonard (1610 ) and Mary ( ) Leonard 

( ). 

William Clark (1609-1690) and Sarah ( ) Clark 

( 1688). 

John Angell (1646-1720) and Ruth (Field) Angell ( ). 

Francis Cooke (1577-1663) and Esther ( ) Cook ( ). 

Daniel Brown ( 1710) and Alice (Hearnden) Brown (1652- 

1718). 

John Jenny ( 1664) and Sarah (Carey) Jenny ( ). 

John Wood ( ) and Sarah ( ) Wood ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

James Rogers ( 1676) and Mary ( ) Rogers ( ). 

Chad Brown ( 1650) and Elizabeth ( ) Brown ( ). 

Thomas Angell (1618-1694) and Alice ( ) Angell ( ). 

John Field ( 1686) and ( ) ( ). 

Jonathan Knight (1720- 1784) of Cranston, Rhode 
Island; appointed Lieutenant of Fifth Company of Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island, in 1748, and served until 1753. 

Ebenezer Leonard (1709 ) of Connecticut; Cap- 
tain of Second Company (Train Band) of Preston, Connec- 
ticut, 1 741; Deputy, i744-'45. I747, and 1750. 

Samuel Bennett ( 1745) of Rhode Island; 

Deputy, 1690; Lieutenant, 1703. 

JosiAH Leonard (1658-1689) of Springfield, Massachu- 



46 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

setts; was in the Falls Fight under Captain William Tur- 
ner, May i8, 1676. 

Jacob Mitchell ( 1675) of Massachusetts; En- 
sign and was killed by Indians on his way to the garrison 
at Dartmouth, Massachusetts. 

Jonathan Knight ( 1762) of Cranston, Rhode 

Island; Ensign in Third Company of Providence, Rhode 
Island, i722-'23; Lieutenant, 1725. 

Samuel Leonardson (Leonard) (1683-1718) of Mas- 
sachusetts and Connecticut; kidnapped by hostile Indians in 
1695 and escaped with Mrs. Hannah Duston after killing 
their captors. 

Philip Bill (1658-1739) of Groton, Connecticut; Ser- 
geant of First Company of Militia (Train Band) of Gro- 
ton, Connecticut; Volunteer in the Narragansett War, 
1701; drew land in Cedar Swamp; Ensign in 1672. 

Samuel Bennett (1628-1684) of Rhode Island; Gen- 
eral-Sergeant, 1652; Commissioner, 1657; Deputy, 1668, 
i675-'78. 

John Leonard ( 1676) of Massachusetts; was 

killed by the Indians in King Philip's War, 1676. 

Henry Kingman (1592-1666) of Weymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; Deputy for Weymouth, i638-'52. 

Experience Mitchell (1609-1689) of Duxbury, Mas- 
sachusetts; served in Massachusetts Militia in 1643. 

John Latimer ( 1662) of Wethersfield, Connecti- 
cut ; was a Member of the First Connecticut Cavalry organ- 
ized by Major John Mason in 1658, under Captain Richard 
Lord, of Hartford. 

Jonathan Knight ( 1717) of Rhode Island; 

Deputy, 1704; Lieutenant, 1704, and subsequently ap- 
pointed Captam. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 47 

Thomas Pope (1608-1683) of Massachusetts; served in 
the Volunteer Company under William Holmes and Thomas 
Prince in the Pequot War in 1643. 

Thomas Angell (1672 ) of Providence, Rhode 

Island; Captain of Fifth Company of Providence, 1722; 
Representative for town of Scituate in the General Assem- 
bly, 1733. 

Richard Cook ( 1716) of Connecticut; was one 

of the English Volunteers in the Narragansett War; served 
in King Philip's War and was one of those who drew "Cedar 
^wamp lots." 

Philip Bill (1620-1689) of Groton, Connecticut; 
served in the Connecticut Forces in King Philip's War; 
"Narragansett Grantee." 

Thomas Tracy (1610-1685) of Norwich, Connecti- 
cut; Ensign in the First Company of Connecticut Militia, 
1666; Lieutenant of the New London , Company of Dra- 
goons, 1672; Member of the General Court; Commissary 
in King Philip's War. 

Richard Knight ( ) of Rhode Island; Keeper of 

Prison, i648-'49; General-Sergeant, i648-'53; served in 
King Philip's War under Captain William Turner. 

Solomon Leonard (1610 ) of Duxbury, Massa- 
chusetts; was a Member of the Duxbury Company under 
Captain Myles Standish, 1643; in the services of the Colony 
Company in Plymouth. 

William Clark (1609- 1690) of Northampton, Massa- 
chusetts; Representative for Northampton in 1663 and for 
13 years; Lieutenant, 1662; served in King Philip's War; 
Associate Judge of the Hampshire Court, 1665. 

John Angell (1646-1720) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; served in King Philip's War; Deputy in 1686. 



48 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Francis Cooke (Cook) (1577-1663) of Plymouth, 
Massachusetts; Signer of the Mayflower Compact; Mem- 
ber of the Company of Captain Myles Standish and served 
in the Expedition against the Indians; Member of the Ply- 
mouth Military Company, 1643. 

John Jenny ( 1664) of Plymouth, Massachusetts; 

Governor's Assistant, i638-'40. 

John Wood ( ) Plymouth, Massachusetts; served 

in King Philip's War under Captain Nathaniel Davenport, 
and again under Captain Tyng. 

James Rogers ( 1676) of Rhode Island; General 

Sergeant, i643-'76; General Solicitor, i657-'59; ordered 
to apprehend the Indian Sachem "Ninecraft," July 28th, 
1669. 

Chad Brown ( 1650) of Rhode Island; one of the 

13 signers of the Compact, Providence Plantation, Rhode 
Island. 

Thomas Angell (1618-1694) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court, i652-'53; Town 
Clerk, 1658, and 1675. 

John Field ( 1686) of Providence, Rhode Island; 

with 38 others he signed the Compact for form of Govern- 
ment about 1640; signed Compact with 12 others about 
1687; Deputy in 1676. 

THOMAS BLAGDEN. 

Real Estate, Washington City. Born, Washington City, October i8, iSss- 

Son of 

Thomas Blagden (1804-1870) and Emily Green (Silliman) Blag- 
den (1819-1833). 

Grandson of 

Gold Selleck Silliman (1777-1868) and Hepsa (Ely) Silliman 
(1778-1864). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 49 



Great-grandson of 

Gold Selleck Silliman (1732-1790) and Mary Fish (Noyes) 

Silliman (1735-1818). 
David Ely (1749-1816) and Hepsa (Mills) Ely (1754-1803). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Sillliman (1707-1775) and Abigail (Selleck) Silli- 
man ( 177a)- 

Joseph Fish (1706-1781) and Rebecca (Peabodie) Fish (1704- 
1783)- 

'Elisha Mills .(1732-1816) and Margaret (DeForest) Mills 
( 1817). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Silliman ( 1748) and Sarah (Hull) Silliman ( ). 

Jonathan Selleck (1665-1712) and Abigail (Gold) Selleck ( ). 

William Peabodie (1669-1714) and Judith ( ) Peabodie 

( ). 

Jedediah Mills (1696-1776) and Abigail (Treat) Mills (1704- 

1775)- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Cornelius Hull (1626-1695) and Rebecca (Jones) Hull ( ). 

Jonathan Selleck (1641-1712) and Abigail (Law) Selleck 
( ). 

Nathan Gold ( 1694) and Martha ( ) Gold ( ). 

William Peabodie (1620-1707) and Elizabeth (Alden) Pea- 
bodie (1624-1717). 

Peter Mills (1668-1754) and Joanna (Porter) Mills (1670-1756). 

Robert Treat, Jr., (1654-1720) and Abigail (Camp) Treat (1667- 
1742). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

George Hull ( 1659) and ( ) Hull (^ — ). 

Richard Law ( ) and Margaret (Kilbourne) Law (1607 

). 

John Alden (1599-1687) and Priscilla (Mullines) Alden 

1602 ). 

John Porter (1651-1699) and Joanna (Gaylor) Porter (1652- 

1716). 
Robert Treat (1624-1710) and Jane (Tapp) Treat (1628-1703). 
Nicholas Camp ( 1706) and Catherine (widow) ( ) 

Camp ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Porter, Jr. (1621-1688) and Mary (Stanley) Porter 

( i688). 

Walter Gaylor ( 1689) and Mary (Stebbins) Gaylor 

( 1657)- 



50 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Richard Treat (1584-1669) and Alice (Gaylard) Treat (1594. 

Edward Tapp ( 1653) and ( ) ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Porter ( 1648) and Anna (White) Porter (1600-1647). 

Thomas Stanley ( 1645) and Bennet ( 1664). 

William Gaylor (1585-1673) and ( ). 

Edward Stebbins ( 1663) and Frances ( ) ( 1673). 

Gold Selleck Silliman (i 732-1 790) of Fairfield, Con- 
necticut;' Captain, Connecticut Militia; Major, Fourth 
Regiment, January, 1774; Lieutenant-Colonel, October, 
1774- 

Ebenezer Silliman (1707-1775) of Fairfield, Con- 
necticut, for seven years Speaker of the House and for 
twenty-eight years a member of the Council, and was an- 
nually elected as Judge of the Superior Court of the Col- 
ony of Connecticut for twenty-three successive years. 

Cornelius Hull (1626-1695) of Fairfield, Connecti- 
cut; Lieutenant in King Philip's War; Messenger of the 
Council of War, 1675; Lieutenant of the "Honored Major 
Treat Life Guards" 1675; Deputy, i664-'65, and 1676. 

Jonathan Selleck (1641-1712), Deputy from Stam- 
ford, Connecticut, 1670, and at other times, until 1708; 
Assistant, 1695 to 1701; Captain, Stamford Train Band, 
1675; Captain of Stamford Troops in Great Swamp 
Fight; Major, 1696; Judge, Fairfield County, 1698. 

Nathan Gold ( 1694) of Fairfield, Connecticut; 

Assistant, i657-'94; Member of the Committee of War, 
1665; Major, 1673; commanding troops from Fairfield 
County in King Philip's War. 

William Peabodie (1620- 1707) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; Member under arms in Captain Myles Standish's 
Duxbury Company, 1643; Deputy from Duxbury, 1654, 
1663, 1 67 1 -'82. 




GEORGE COLl'ON MAVXARD. 
Fifth CJovernnr of the Society, 1899-1900. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 51 

George Hull ( 1659) of Fairfield, Connecticut; 

Governor's Assistant, 1654; Deputy thirty-four times prior 
to 1654; member of the First General Court of Connecticut, 
1637- 

Richard Law ( ) of Stamford, Connecticut; Dep- 
uty to the General Court from Stamford, Connecticut, 
i64i-'64; Assistant, 1647. 

John Alden (1599-1687) of Plymouth, Massachusetts, 
last surviving signer of Mayflower Compact; Member un- 
der arms of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Company, 
1643; Assistant, i633-'4i ; i65o-'86; Deputy, i64i-'42, 
i643-'49; Deputy-Governor, 1666; Member of the Coun- 
cil of War, 1646, '53-'6o, '67, '71, '75-'76. 

Robert Treat (1624-1710) of Milford, Connecticut; 
Major commanding Connecticut Forces at the Great Swamp 
Fight and at the battles of Hadley and Springfield; Depu- 
ty-Governor, i676-'86; Governor, 1686; at Battle of 
Bloody Brook, 1675, where his arrival with the Connecti- 
cut Troops turned the tide. 

Nicholas Camp ( 1706) of Milford, Connecticut; 

Governor's Assistant 1654; Deputy thirty-four times pre- 
vious to 1654; Member of the first General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1637, 

John Porter, Jr. (1621-1688) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut ; Member of the first Troop of Horse, Connecticut Col- 
ony, 1658; served as trooper in King Philip's War, 
i675-'76. 

Richard Treat (i 584-1 669) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Deputy to the First General Court, i637-'44 and 
annually to 1657; Assistant, eight times, 1657 to 1665; 
named in the Royal Charter, one of the Patentees for Con- 
necticut Colony, 1662. 



52 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Edmund Tapp ( 1653) of Connecticut; one of the 

original Patentees of Milford; Judge of Civil and Criminal 
Court 1639; Magistrate after the Union of the two Colo- 
nies; Governor's Assistant, 1644; Member of the Council 
of War, 1644. 

John Porter ( 1648) of Windsor, Connecticut; 

Deputy to General Court from Windsor, Connecticut, 
1646-4.7. 

Thomas Stanley ( 1645) of Hartford, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 

1635. 

William Gaylor (1585-1673) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
i635-'36, 1638; Deputy to General Court from Windsor, 
Connecticut, 1639, aiti forty-one times at semi-annual elec- 
tions. 

Edward Stebbins ( 1663) was an original propri- 
etor of Hartford, Connecticut; was Deputy to the General 
Court various times, from 1639 to 1656. 

ALLEN RICHARDS BOYD 

Library of Congress, Washington City. Born, Boston, Massachusetts, 
January s, 1868. 

Son of 

Alexander Boyd (1830-1S96) and Harriet Fay (Wheeler) Boyd 
(1832-1872). 

Grandson of 

John Wheeler (1779-1856) and Ann (Clapp) Wheeler (1792- 
1868). 

Great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Clapp (1732-1802) and Mary (Glover) Clapp (1760- 
1817). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Clapp (1765-1752) and Hannah (Pierce) Clapp (1709- 
1757)- 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 53 



Enoch Glover (1734-1801) and Susannah (Bird) Glover (1733- 
1802). 

Great-great-ereat-grandson of 

Ebenezer Clapp (1678-1750) and Hannah (Clapp) Clapp (i68i- 

1747)- 
John Glover (1687-1768) and Mary (Horton) Glover (1704- 

1775)- 
Benjamin Bird (1686-1757) and Johannah (Harris) Bird (1691- 

1768). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Clapp (1634-1708) and Hannah (Leeds) Clapp (1624- 

1708). 
Nathaniel Glover (1653-1723) and Hannah (Hinckley) Glover 
(1650-1730). 
„ Thomas Bird (1640-1710) and Thankful (Atherton) Bird (1664- 
1719). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Roger Clapp (1609-1691) and Johanna (Ford) Clapp (1617- 
169s). 

Nathaniel Glover (1630-1657) and Mary (Smith) Glover (1630- 
1703). 

Thomas Hinckley (1620-1706) and Mary (Richards) Hinck- 
ley ( 1659). 

Humphrey Atherton (1610-1661) and Mary (Wales) Atherton 

( 1672). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Glover (1600-1652) and Anna 

Samuel Clapp (1634-1708) of the Dorchester, Massachu- 
setts, Militia; Deputy to the General Court six terms, 1689- 

'99. 

Roger Clapp (1609-1691) of Boston, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant, 1644; Member Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company, 1646; Lieutenant in same, 1655; Captain 
at the Castle (Fort Independence), i665-'86; Deputy for 
thirteen years. 

Thomas Hinckley (1620- 1706) of Barnstable, Massa- 
chusetts; Deputy to the General Court in Plymouth, 1646; 
Assistant, i658-'8o; Commissioner of Plymouth Colony 
against King Philip, i675-'76; was present in the Great 



54 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Swamp Fight; Deputy-Governor, 1680; Governor, 1681; 
Assistant of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. 

Humphrey Atherton (1610-1661) of Dorchester, 
Massachusetts; Captain of the Dorchester Train Band 1644; 
Commander of the Suffolk Regiment, i649-'6i ; Major- 
General of the New England Militia, 1661 ; Member of 
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1638; Senior 
Sergeant, 1642; Ensign, 1645; Lieutenant, 1646; Captain, 
1650, and 1658; Selectman for Dotehester thirteen years, 
between 1638 and 1660; Deputy in General Court nine 
years; Assistant, i654-'6i ; Speaker, 1653. 

John Glover (1600- 1652), of Dorchester, Massachu- 
setts; Representative, i636-'52; Assistant, i65i-'52; Captain 
in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

SOUTHWICK GARY BRIGGS. 

Real Estate, Washington City. Born, Albany, New York, September i8, 

1866. 

Son o£ 

George Gary Briggs (1837-1867) and Susan Buell (Southwick) 
Briggs (1843 ). 

Grandson of 

Isaac B. Briggs (1801-1855) and Maria (Gary) Briggs (1809- 
1882). 

Henry G. Southwick (1808-1866) and Julia C. (Buell) South- 
wick (1816 ). 

Great-grandson of 

Solomon Southwick (1773-1839) and Jane (Barber) Southwick 

Samuel Gary (1766-1845) and Elizabeth (Cornell) Gary ( 

1842). > y \. 

Jesse Buell (1778-1839) and Susan (Pierce) Buell (1783-1847). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Solomon Southwick (1731-1797) and Ann (Gardner) (Carpen- 
ter) Southwick (1748-1783). 
Joseoh Gary (1736-1818) and Ruth (Garew) Gary (1743-1769). 
Ehas Buell (1737-1824) and Sarah (Turner) Buell (1738-1824). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 55 



Jeremiah Pearce (1744-1806?) and Maribah (Perry) Pearce 
(1744 — ^)- 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Gardner (1697-1764) and Frances (Sanford) Gardner 

(1768 ). 

Samuel Perry (1695-1775) and Suzannah (Hazard) Perry (1699- 

1756)- 
Peter Buell (1684-1769) and Martha (Huntington) (Grant) 

Buell (1696 ). 

Palmer Carew ( ) and Hannah (Hill) Carew (1704-5 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Gardner ( ) and Catherine (Holmes) Gardner (1673- 

1758). 
' John Sandford (1692-1750) and Ann (Weeden) Sandford 

Stephen Hazard ( 1727) and Elizabeth (Helme) Hazard 

( 1737). 

Charles Hill, Jr., (1671 ) and Abigail (Fox) Hill ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Holmes (1649-1712) and Frances (Holden) Holmes (1649- 

1679). 
John Sandford (1668-1723) and Frances (Clarke) Sandford 

(1669-1702). 
Samuel Fox ( ) and Mary ( ) Fox ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Randall Holden (1612-1692) and Frances (Dungan) Holden 

(1630-1697). 
Samuel Sandford (1635-17^) and Sarah (Wadell) Clarke 

(1644-1680). 
Jeremiah Clarke (1643-1729) and Ann (Audley) Clarke ( 

1733)- 
Thomas Fox ( 1:658) and_Hannah (Brooks) Clarke ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Sandford ( 1653) and Elizabeth (Webb) Sandford 

Jeremy Clarke ( 1661) and Frances (Latham) (Dougan) 

Clarke (1611-1677). 
Thomas Brooks ( 1667) and Grace ( ) Brooks ( 

1664). 

John Gardner (1697-1764) of Newport, Rhode Island; 
Assistant, 1732 and 1736; Deputy-Governor, 1 755-' 64; 
Chief Justice of the Colony, i757-'58. 



56 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Peter Buell (1648-1769) of Killingsworth and Covent- 
ry, Connecticut; Lieutenant, 1726; Captain, 1744; Justice 
in 1735; Deputy almost continuously during i726-'47. 

Stephen Hazard ( 1727), Assistant, Rhode Island, 

1708, '18, '19, '21, '22. 

John Holmes (1649-1712) of Newport, Rhode Island; 
Lieutenant, 1698; General Treasurer for Rhode Island, 
1700; Deputy from Newport, 1 701, '02, '04, 'o7-'o9. 

Randall Holden (i 612-1692) of Portsmouth, Rhode 
Island; Marshal and Corporal in 1638; Assistant, 1647, et 
seq.; Captain, 1664; Deputy, i666-'86. 

John Sandford ( 1653) of Portsmouth, Rhode 

Island; Cannoneer for fort at Boston, i634-'36; Committee 
as to Ordnance, Boston, 1634; Surveyor of Ordnance and 
Ammunition in Boston, 1636; disarmed, 1637; Constable, 
1640, at Rhode Island; Lieutenant, 1644; Governor's As- 
sistant, i647-'49; President of Portsmouth and Newport 
1653- 

Jeremy Clarke ( 1661) of Newport, Rhode 

Island; Lieutenant, 1642; Captain, 1644; Treasurer of 
Portsmouth and Newport, i642-'47; Treasurer of Provi- 
dence Plantation, i647-'49; Assistant, 1648. 

Thomas Brooks ( 1667) of Concord, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy, 1 642-' 62; Captain, 1643. 

FREDERICK CARLOS BRYAN 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, Cleveland, Ohio, July i6, 1858. 
Son of 

Constant Bryan (1809-1886) and Susan Louise (Barnum) Bryan 

(1829 ). 

Grandson of 

Elijah Bryan (1760-1844) and Content (Fowler) Bryan (1770- 
1834)- 




FREDERICK WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER. 
Sixth Governor of tlie Society, 1900-01. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 57 



Great-grandsojp o{ 

Richard Bryan, Jr., (1721-1776) and Sarah (Fowler) Bryan 
(1723-1803). 

Richard Bryan, Jr., of Milford, Connecticut; Ensign in 
1st Company, 2nd Regiment Connecticut Militia, 1756; 
Lieutenant Second Company, Second Regiment, 1759; Com- 
missioned Captain of Second Company Train Band in Sec- 
ond Regiment, May, 1762; Colonel in 1770. 

ARCHIBALD WILUNGHAM BUTT 

^Captain and Quartermaster U. S. Army, Washington City. Bom, Augusta, 
Georgia, September 26, 1867. 

Son of 

Joshua Willingham Butt (1829-1878) and Pamela Robertson 

(Boggs) Butt (1836 ). 

Grandson of 
Archibald Boggs (1801-1S70) and Mary Ann (Robertson) Boggs 

(1808-1865). 

Great-grandson of 

William Roberston (1786-1859) and Pamela (Mosely) Robertson 
(1788-1838). 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Robertson (1731-1794) and Ann (Walthall) Robertson. 
Joseph Mosely ( ) and Mary Ann (Robertson) Mosely 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

William Robertson ( ) and ( ) Roberston ( ). 

Matthew Mosely ( ) and Sarah (Turpin) Mosely (- ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Mosely (- — ) and Martha (Poythress) ( ) Mosely 

( )• 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson at 

Robert Mosely (j ) and ( ) Mosely ( ). 

John Robertson (1731-1794) of Virginia; was an officer 
in the Colonial Militia in 1761 for which he received grants 
of land. 

William Robertson ( ) of Virginia; was Receiver 



58 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

of York River and Secretary of Council of State under 
Governor Spottswood. 

Robert Mosely ( ) of Virginia; was an officer in 

the Colonial Militia in 1767. 

ALONZO HOWARD CLARK 

Editor, Smithsonian Institution. Bom, Boston, Massachusetts, April 13, 

1850. 

Son of 

Thatcher Clark, Jr., (1813-1875) and Abby (Carnes) Clark 
(1823-1900). 

Grandson of 

Thatcher Clark (1787-1871) and Lydia (Hall) Clark (1794- 

1835). 
John Carnes (1778-1831) and Abigail (Lillie) Carnes (1780- 

1857). 

Great-f|;randson of 

Enoch Clark (1754-1816) and Lydia (Mayo) Clark (1759-1839). 

Enoch Hall (1759-1833) and Keziah (Sears) Hall (1763 ). 

Thomas Jenner Carnes (1753-1803) and Jemima (Johnson) 

Carnes (1762 ). 

Daniel Lillie (1725-1808) and Susannah (Sweetser) Lillie (1739- 

1817). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Edward Carnes (1730-1782) and Joanna (Jenner) Carnes (1734- 

1785). 
Nathaniel Clark (1719-1761) and Lydia Thacher (Freeman) 

Clark. 

Nathan Mayo ( ) and Ann (Freeman) Mayo (1735 ). 

Stephen Sears (1736-1815) and Lydia (Sears) Sears (1734-1792), 
John Sweetser (1703 ) and Sarah (Hasey) Sweetser ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Carnes (1698-1760) and Sarah (Baker) Carnes ( ). 

Scotto Clark (1680-1742) and Mary ( ) Clark ( ). 

Joseph Freeman (1682-1756) and Lydia (Thacher) Freeman 

(1684-1724) (parents of Lydia Thacher Freeman and of 

Thacher Freeman). 
Thacher Freeman (1710 ) and Ann (Gray) Freeman (1714 

), (parents of Ann Freeman). 

Jacob Hasey (1684 ) and Hannah (Pitcher) Hasey (1684 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 59 



Thomas Jenner (1693-1765) and Joanna (Everton) Jenner 

( )■ • 

Joseph Mayo ( ) and Abigail (Myrick) Mayo ( ). 

Barnabas Sears (1714-1740) and Thankful (Freeman) Sears 

(1714 ) (parents of Stephen Sears). 

Samuel Sweetser (1673-1757) and Elizabeth (Sprague) Sweetser 

(1676-1752). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Andrew Clarke (1640-1706) and Mehitable (Scottow) Clarke 

(baptized 1649). 
Thomas Freeman (1654-1716) and Rebecca (Sparrow) Freeman 

(1655 ) parents of Joseph Freeman). 

William Hasey (165a ) and Judith ( ) Hasey ( ). 

)• 

David Jenner (1663-1709) and Mabel (Russell) Jenner (1669- 

Benjamin Myrick ( ) and Rebecca (Doane) Myrick ( ). 

Joseph Sears (1675-1750) and Hannah (Hall) Sears (1680-1753). 
John Sprague (1653-1703) and Elizabeth (Stower) Sprague 

(1651-1736). , , V 

Benjamin Sweetser (1622-1718) and Abigail (Wigglesworth) 

Sweetser ( ). 

John Thacher (1639-1713) and Lydia (Gorham) Thacher 

(1661-1744). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Clarke (1599-1697) and Susannah (Ring) Clarke (died 

about 1660). 
John Freeman (1622-1719) and Mercy (Prence) Freeman (1631- 

1711). 
John Gorham (1621-1676) and Desire (Howland) Gorham 

(1644-1683). 

William Hasey (1629-1689) and Sarah ( ) Hasey ( ). 

William Myrick (1643 ) and Abigail (Hopkins) Myrick 

(1644 ). 

James Russell (1640-1709) and Mabel (Haynes) Russell (1645- 

1676). 

Silas Sears (1637-1697) and Anna (Bursel ?) Sears ( ). 

Jonathan Sparrow (1630-1695) and Rebecca (Bangs) Sparrow 

Anthony Thacher (1587-1667) and Elizabeth (Jones) Thacher 
( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Freeman (1590-1682) and Elizabeth ( ) Freeman 

(1600-1662). 
John Haynes (1594-1654) and Mabel (Harlakenden) Haynes 

(1614 )• 



6o SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Giles Hopkins ( ) and Catherine (Wheildon) Hopkins 

John Howland (1592-1673) and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland 

Thomas Prence (1600-1673) and Patience (Brewster) Prence 

( 1634). 

Richard Russell (1612-1676) and Maud (Pitt) Russell ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Brewster (1559-1643) and Mary ( ) Brewster 

Stephen Hopkins ( 1644) and (first wife). 

Edward Carnes (1730-1782) of Boston, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1769; Major of Boston Regiment of Militia. 

John Carnes (1698-1760) of Boston, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1745; Captain, 1748; Lieutenant Colonel of the 
Boston Regiment of Militia at the time of his death. 

John Sprague (1652-1703) of Maiden, Massachus- 
etts ; Captain of Maiden Company of Massachusetts Militia, 
1685 >■ Member of General Court of Massachusetts, 1690. 

Benjamin Sweetser (1622-17 18) of Charlestown, 
Massachusetts ; Soldier in King Philip's War in a Company 
from Midlesex County, Massachusetts, 1676. 

John Thacher (1639-1713) of Yarmouth, Massachus- 
etts; Deputy to General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1676; 
Member of the Council of War for more than twenty years ; 
Aide to the Governor; Assistant of Plymouth Colony; 
Councilor of Massachusetts after union of the Colonies; 
Colonel of the Military Company and was buried "under 
arms." 

Thomas Clarke (1599-1697) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to General Court of Plymouth Colony, 
i65i-'55- 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 6i 



John Freeman (1622-1719) of Eastham, Massachu- 
setts; Ensign of Military Company of Eastham, 1654; Lieu- 
tenant in Expedition against the Indians at Saconet, 1671, 
under Major Winslow; Member of the Council of War, 
1 667-' 76; Captain in fight against the Indians at Taunton, 
1675; chosen Major of Barnstable County Troops, 1685. 

John Gorum [Gorham] (1621-1676) of Barnstable, 
Massachusetts ; Deputy to General Court of Plymouth Col- 
ony, 1653, to consider the military affairs of the Colony; 
Lieutenant, 1673; Captain of the Second Barnstable Com- 
pany of Plymouth Colony Regiment, under Major William 
Bradford, in the Great Swamp Fight. 

William Hasey (1629-1689) of Boston and Reading, 
Massachusetts; Member of Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company of Boston, 1652; Cornet Hasey was appointed 
Lieutenant of the "Three County Troop," Captain Ed- 
ward Hutchison, May 27, 1674; commanded a company in 
King Philip's War. 

James Russell (1640-1709) of Charlestown, Massa- 
chusetts; Speaker of General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony, i654-'56, '58-'6o; Member of Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Company of Boston. 

Silas Sears (1637-1697) of Barnstable, Massachusetts; 
commissioned Ensign in the Barnstable Company, 1681; 
Lieutenant, 1682; Representative to the General Court of 
Plymouth Colony, i685-'9i. 

Jonathan Sparrow (1630-1695) of Eastham, Massa- 
chusetts; Captain of Plymouth Colony forces, 1680; Dep- 
uty to Plymouth Colony General Court, 1672, '78, i682-'90. 

Anthony Thacher (i 587-1 667) of Yarmouth, Mas- 
sachusetts; Deputy to General Court of Plymouth Col- 



62 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



ony, i643-'53; Member of the Council of War, 1642 and 
1667. 

Edmund Freeman (1690-1682) of Sandwich, Massa- 
chusetts; Assistant, Plymouth Colony, i640-'46; Member 
of the Council of War, 1642, to provide forces for the safety 
of the Colony against the Indians. 

John Haynes (1594-1654) of Hartford, Connecticut; 
Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1635; first Gov- 
ernor of Connecticut Colony ; President of the First General 
Court in 1637; held the office of Governor in every alter- 
nate year until his death; Commissioner of Connecticut at 
meeting of Commissioners of United Colonies, Hartford, 
1650, and signed confederation to secure united action in 
defense against the Indians; was Colonel of regiment raised 
in Massachusetts in 1636 against the Indians. 

John Howland (1592-1673) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; signer of Compact on the Mayflower, 1620; in the 
"First Encounter," Great Meadow Creek, Deceinber 6, 
1620; Assistant to Governor, i634-'35; in command of 
Kennebec Trading Post, 1634; Deputy to General Court, 
1 641 et seq.; the "beloved Pilgrim." 

Thomas Prence (1600-1673) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; Assistant, Plymouth Colony, 1635 ^^ seq.; Governor, 
i634-'38, and i657-'72; Member of the Council of War; 
chosen "to go forth against the Pequot Indians," 1637; Com- 
missioner for the United Colonies, 1645, '50, '61. 

Richard Russell (1612-1676) of Charlestown, Massa- 
chusetts; Member of General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony; Speaker, i648-'49, i654-'56, '58; Member of the 
Council, 1659, '74; Treasurer of the Colony, i644-'79. 

William Brewster (i 559-1643) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; drafted and signed the Compact in cabin of the 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 63 

Mayflower in 1620; served in early Indian wars under Cap- 
tain Myles Standish; Ruling Elder of the Plymouth 
Colony. 

Stephen Hopkins ( 1644) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; signer of the Compact on the Mayflower, 1620; 
Governor's Assistant, Plymouth Colony, i634-'35; Volun- 
teer "to go upon service" against the Pequot Indians, June 
7. 1637- 

WALTER COLLINS CLEPHANE 

» 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, West Haven, Connecticut, July 17, 1867. 

Son of 
Lewis Clephane {1824-1897) and Annie M. (Collins) Clephane 

(183s ). ^ ^ ^ 

Grandson of 

Simeon Collins (17S6-1866) and Cynthia (Fainter) Collins (1791- 
1880). 

Great-grandson of 

Augustus Collins (1743-1813) and Mary (Chittenden) Collins 

(i747-r82i). 

Thomas Painter (1760-1847) and Hannah (Candee) Painter 

(1761-1830). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Collins ( 1751) and Lois (Cornwall) Collins (1701- 

1761). 

Simeon Chittenden (1714-1789) and Submit (Scranton) Chitten- 
den (1712-1796). 

Samuel Candee (1738-1821) and Lydia (Sherman) Candee 
(1746-1811). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Collins (1665-1751) and Ann (Leete) Collins (1671-1724). 

William Cornwall (i 670-1704) and Hester ( ) Cornwall 

John Scranton (1676-1723) and Mary (North) Scranton ( ). 

Samuel Candee (1705-1775) and Mehitable (Smith) Candee 

1708-1799)., 
Samuel Sherman ( ) and Martha (Gold) Sherman (1707 



64 SOCIETV OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-gfeat-grandson of 

John Collins (1616-1704) and Mary Trowbridge Collins ( 

i66g). 
John Leete (1639-1692) and Mary (Chittenden) Leete (1647- 

1712). 
Samuel Cornwall (1642-1728) and Rebecca (Bull) Cornwall 

John Scranton (1641-1703) and Mary (Seward) Scranton (1652 

Samuel Candee (1678-1749) and Abigail (Pineon) Caadee 

(1680-1743). 
Nathan Gold (1663-1723) and Hannah (Talcott) Gold (1663- 

1696). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Leetb (i6i2'i683) and Anne (Payne) Leete ( 

1668). 

William Chittenden (i593-j;^6i) and Joan (Sheaffe) Chitten- 
den ( ). 

William Cornwall ( 1678) and Mary {- — ) Cornwall 

( ). 

John Scranton (1609-1671) and Joanna {-^ — ) Scranton ( 

1661). 
William Seward (1627-1689) and Grace (Norton) Seward 

( i6si). 

Nathaniel Gould (— "^ 1694) and zvidoiu, Martha (Harvey) 

Gould ( ). 

John Talcott, Jr. (1620-1688) and Helena (Wakeman) Talcott 

(1632-1674). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Talcott (1600-1660) and Dorothy (Mott) Talcott ( ). 

John Wakeman (1598-1661) and Elizabeth (Hopkins) Wake- 
man (1610-1658). 

John Collins (1616-1704) of Massachusetts and Con- 
necticut; Member of the Ancient and Honor'a;ble Artillery- 
Company, 1644. 

Samuel Candee (1678-1749) of West Haven, Con- 
necticut; Lieutenant of Company, 1731; Captiain, 1737. 

Nathan Gold (1663-1723) of Connecticut; Deputy- 
Governor of Connecticut, 1707; Chief- Justice of the Su- 
preme Court of the Colony, 1712; Lieutenant-Governor, 
i708-'23. 

William Leete (1612-1683) of Connecticut; one of 




WILLIAM BARKER THOMPSON', 
Seventh Go\-ernnr of the Societ\', 1901-03. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 65 

the signers of the Covenant of Guilford, 1639; Governor's 
Assistant, New Haven Colony, i643-'58; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, i6s8-'6i; Governor, 1661-65; upon union with Con- 
necticut he became Assistant to 1669; Deputy-Governor to 
1676; Governor, i676-'83; often a Commissioner of the 
United Colonies of New England, 1 665-' 79 and for a long 
time President of the Congress of the United Colonies of 
New England. 

William Chittenden (1593-1661) of Guilford, Con- 
necticut; one of the founders of the Church at Guilford, 
1639; Lieutenant of the Forces of New Haven Colony, 
1643; Magistrate, i643-'6i; Representative twenty-seven 
sessions of General Court between 1643 and 1661. 

William Cornwall (or Cornwell) ( 1678) of 

Connecticut; served in the Pequot War, 1637; Representa- 
tive in 1654, i664-'5. 

John Scranton (1609-1671) of Connecticut; Deputy 
to the General Court, 1664, i669-'7o; Marshal of New 
Haven Colony, i66i-'2. 

William Seward (1627-1689) of Connecticut; Ser- 
geant of Guilford Militia; Lieutenant and Captain; Rep- 
resentative, i673-'4; Deputy to the General Assembly, 

1683, Vs. ^ . 

Nathaniel Gould ( 1694) of Connecticut; Assist- 
ant, i657-'62, i67i-'2; Major, 1666; Member of Committee 
of Defense against the Dutch in 1662; Representative to the 
first Colonial Congress in New York, 1690, Major of Dra- 
goons, 1675. 

John Talcott, Jr.. (1620-1688) of Connecticut; En- 
sign, at Hartford, 1650; Captain in 1660; Deputy of Col- 
ony of Connecticut in 1654; Treasurer, i66o-'76; Com- 



66 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



mander-in-chief of the Colony of Copnecticut, 1673; Major, 
1675 and took part in King Philip's War at the head of the 
"standing army of Connecticut," Later was promoted to 
Lieutenant-Colonel; in the Councilj 1663; Commissioner 
for the United Colonies, 1663 et seq. 

John Talcott^ Sr., (1600-1660) of Massachusetts and 
Connecticut; Deputy, Wethersfield, Massachusetts, i634-'36; 
Deputy at First General Court of Connecticut from Hart- 
ford, 1637 and i637-'54; Assistant, i6s4-'6o; Treasurer, 
i652-'6o; Commissioner, i6s6-'58. 

John Wakeman (1598-1661) of Connecticut; Captain 
of Colonial Forces; Deputy of New Haven Plantation, 1641 
et seq. 

ROBERT CONNELL 

Clerk, Department of the Interior, Washington City. Born, Connellsville, 
Pennsylvania, June s, 1849. 

Son of 

Benjamin F. Connell (1819-1892) and Elizabeth (Arnold) Con- 
nell (1822-1899). 

Grandson of 

John Arnold (1790-1829) and Eliza (Conwell) Arnold (1791- 
1868). 

Great-grandson of 

Jonathan Arnold (1766-1846) and Comfort (Coulter) Arnold 

(1769-1860). 
Jehu Conwell (1748-1834) and Elizabeth (Stokely) Conwell 

(1754-1832). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Coulter (1737-1814) and Lydia (Conwell) Coulter 
(1744-1834). 

Thomas Conwell (1727 ) and Elizabeth (Claypoole) Con- 
well (1729 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

William Conwell ( ) and Sara ( ) Conwell ( ). 

Jeremiah Claypoole ( 1745) and Sarah (Sheppard) Clay- 
poole ( ). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 67 



Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Yeates Conwell ( 1730) and Rebekah (Fisher) Conwell 

Norton Claypoole ( 1688) and Edith ( ) Claypoole 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Fisher ( ) and ( ) Fisher ( ). 

Thomas Coulter (1737-1814) of Sussex County, Dela- 
ware; was a member of Captain John Wright's Company 
of Provincial Pennsylvania Militia in the Regiment com- 
manded by William Denny in 1759. 

• Norton Claypoole ( 1688) of Pennsylvania; re- 
turned to the Council of Pennsylvania as a member of the 
Assembly for Sussex County, in Philadelphia, January 30, 
1686; served at the sessions of March 11 and 18, 1686. 

William Fisher ( ) of Sussex County, Delaware; 

was Member for Sussex in the Provincial Assembly of 
Pennsylvania, i682,-'83, and 1699; in 1699 was appointed 
on a Committee to confer with the Governor and a Com- 
mittee of the Council. 

CHARLES EDWARD COOKE 

Topographer, U. S. Geological Survey. Born, Morris, New York, January 

22, 1865. 

Son of 

Alvera A. Cooke ( ) and Helen M. (Coon) Cooke (1840 

Grandson of 

Albon A. Coon ( ) and Emeline (Everts) Coon ( ). 

Great-grandson of 

Abner Everts ( ) and Mary (Brownson) Everts ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Gideon Brownson (1739-1796) and Cornelia (White) Brownson 
( )• 



68 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Gideon Brownson (i 739-1 796) of Connecticut and Ver- 
mont; served in the French and Indian Wars; was severely- 
wounded and taken prisoner in the Expedition to Canada; 
was one of Warner's "Green Mountain Boys." 

CALVIN DUVALL COV^LES 

Lieutenant-Colonel, U. S. Arytny. Born, Slkville, North Carolina, June 

26, 1849. 

Son of 

Calvin Josiah Cowles (1821 ) and Martha Temperance 

(Duvall) Cowles (1824-1866). 

Grandson of 

Josiah Cowles (1791-1873) and Deborah (Sanford) Cowles 

( 1837). 

Great-grandson of 

Calvin Cowles (1749-1801) and Miriam (Atwater) Cowles 
(1754-1798). 

Abel Sanford ( ) and ( ). 

Great^great-grandson of 

Josiah Cowles (1716-1793) and Mary (Scott) Cowles (1732- 
1809). 

Titus Atwater ( ) and Margaret (Scott) Atwater ( ). 

Isaac Sanford ( ) and Jerusha (Baker) Sanford (1739 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Cowles (1686-1751) and Martha (Judd) Cowles (1692- 
1768). 

John Atwater ( 1765) and Elizabeth (Mix) Atwater ( ). 

Samuel Sanford (1698-1781) and Abigail (Holbrook) Sanford 

( )■ 

John Baker (1703-1760) and Mary ( ) Baker ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Cowles (1661-1748) and Rachel (Porter) Cowles ( 

1743)- 
Thomas Judd (1662-1747) and Sarah (Freeman) Judd (1670- 

1738). 
John Atwater (1654-1748) and Abigail (Mansfield) Atwater 

(1664-1717). 
Peletiah Holbrook (1661-1707) and Martha (Sanford) Holbrook 

( )• 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 69, 



Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Samuel Cowles (1639-1691) and Abigail (Stanley) Cowles ( 

1737) • 

Thomas Porter ( ) and Sarah (Hart) Porter ( ). 

William Jddd (1633-1690) and Mary (Steele) Judd (1638- 

1718). 
Moses Mansfield (1639-1703) and Mercy (Glover) Mansfield 

( ). 

Stephen Freeman ( 1675) and Hannah (Astwood) Freeman 

( ^- 

Andrew Sanford ( ) and Sarah (Gibbard) Sanford ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Cowles ( 1675) and Hannah ( ) Cowles (-^ — 

1683). 

.Stephen Hart (1606-1683) and ( ). 

Thomas Judd ( 1688) and ( ). 

John Astwood (1609-1654) and Martha ( ). 

John Steele, ( 1665) and Rachel ( 1653). 

William Gibbard ( i66z) and Ann (Tapp) Gibbard 

( )• 

JosiAH Cowles (1716-1793) of Sbuthington, Connecticut; 
Ensign, 1756'; Captain, 1761, of the Second Company of 
Southington, Connecticut. 

John Baker (1703-1760) of Woodbury, Connecticut; 
appointed Ensign in October, 1741, and Lieutenant of the 
Train Band in 1743. 

Thomas Judd (1662- 1747) of Waterbury, Connecti- 
cut; Ensign of the Train Band, 1703; Captain, 1715. 

William Judd (1633-1690) of Farmingham, Connecti- 
cut; Sergeant of Train Band. 

Moses Mansfield (1639-1703) of New Haven, Con- 
necticut; Lieutenant, New Haven Troops, 1675; Captain, 
1676; Major, 1694; served with distinction in Indian 
Wars; Deputy to the General Court forty-eight times, also 
Assistant twelve times. 

John Cowles ( 1675) of Farmington, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to the General Court, i653-'54. 



70 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Stephen Hart (1606-1683) of Farmington, Connecti- 
cut; served under Mason in the Pequot War; Deputy to the 
General Court, 1647, '55, '60. 

Thomas Judd ( 1688) of Farmington, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to the General Court, 1667 et seq. 

John Astwood (1609-1654) of Milford, Connecticut; 
Representative to General Court in i643-'44; afterwards 
an Assistant, and in 1653, Commissioner to the United Col- 
onies. 

John Steele ( 1665) of Massachusetts and Con- 
necticut; Deputy to the General Court, Massachusetts, 
i634-'35, and Connecticut, i636-'57 which declared war 
against the Pequots. 

William Gibbard ( 1662) of Milford, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy eight times to General Court, New Haven; 
Secretary and Magistrate. • 

WILLIAM VAN ZANDT COX 

President, Second National Bank, Washington City. Born, Zanesville, Ohio, 
June 12, 1852. 

Son of 

Thomas Jefferson Cox (1823-1865) and Lucy Ann (Van Zandt) 

Cox (i8aS ). 

Grandson of 

Ezekiel Taylor Cox (1795-1873) and Maria (Sullivan) Cox 

(1801-1885.) 
James Monroe Van Zandt (1802-1830) and Elizabeth (Denison) 

Van Zandt (1797-1884). 

Great-grandson of 

James Cox (1753-1810) and Ann (Potts) Cox (1757-1815). 
William Denison (1756-1820) and Ann (Slack) Denison (1755- 
r84i), 

Great-great-grandson of 

William Potts (1721-1783) and Amy (Borden) Potts ( ). 

George Denison (1725 ) and Jane (Smith) Denison (1731 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 71 



Great-great-great-grandsop of 

Joseph Borden (1687-1765) and Ann (Conover) Borden (1687- 
1744)- 

George Denison (169a ) and Lucy (Gallup) Denison (1701 

)• 
Nathan Smith (1703-1784.) and Mary (Denison) Smith (1706- 
1793)- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Benjamin Borden (1649-1718) and Abigail (Glover) Borden 

(1653-1719). 
William Denison (1655-1715) and Sarah (Stanton) Denison 

( »7i3)- 

Benadam Gallup (1655-1727) and Esther (Prentice) Gallup 

(1660-1751). 
Daniel Denison (1680 ) and Mary (Stanton) Denison (1687- 

1724). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Borden (1601-1671) and Joan ( ). 

George Denison (1618-1694) and Ann (Borodell) Denison 

(1615-1712). 

John Gallup (1616-1675) and Hannah (Lake) Gallup ( ). 

Robert Stanton (1653-1724) and Johanna (Gardner) Stanton 

( )• 

Thomas Stanton (1615-1677) and Ann (Lord) Stanton ( 

1688). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Denison ( 1653) and Margaret (Menck) Denison 

( 1645). 

Benadam Gallup (1655-1727) of Stonington, Connecti- 
cut; went with other volunteers to Vineyard Harbor, and 
in October, 1689, captured a pirate sloop and took it to Bos- 
ton. 

Richard Borden (1601-1671) of Portsmouth, Rhode 
Island; Assistant, i653-'54; Treasurer, i653-'55; Deputy, 
1 667-' 70. 

George Denison (1618-1694) of New London, Con- 
necticut; Captain New London County Forces in King 
Philip's War; served under Major John Mann and Major 
Talcott; second in command to Major Robert Treat in the 



72 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Great Swamp Fight; served on the Frontier; captured the 
Indian Chief, Canonchet; chosen with Major John Mason 
to assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes; Assistant 
and Deputy from Stonington to the General Court of Con- 
necticut fifteen terms. 

John Gallup (1616-1675) of Stonington, Connecticut; 
Representative from Stonington, i665-'67; Captain in King 
Philip's War; and killed in the Great Swamp Fight 

Robert Stanton (1653-1724) of Connecticut; inter- 
preter in Pequot War. 

Thomas Stanton (1615-1677) of Stonington, Con- 
necticut; Indian interpreter to Governor John Winthrop; 
served in Pequot War and rendered valuable services at Say- 
brook Fort. 

William Denison ( 1653), Deputy from Rox- 

bury, Massachusetts, 1635. 

SHERMAN MONTROSE CRAIGER 

Agent, Washington City. Born, Bundysburg, Ohio, November i6, 1878. 

Son of 

John Craiger (183s ) and Anne (Llewlyn) Craiger (1838- 

Grandson of 
Benjamin P. Vanderslice (1803-1886) and Lydia (Llewlyn) 
Vanderslice (1811-1891). 

Great-grandson of 
Edward Vanderslice (1778-1835) and Elizabeth (Pauling) Van- 
derslice ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Vanderslice (1756-1817) and Tacy (Richardson) Van- 
derslice (1754-1807). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
Joseph Richardson (1720-1798) and Mary (Massy) Richardson 
( )• 




THOMAS H\DE. 
Eighth Governor of rlie Societv, 1903 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 73, 

Joseph Richardson (1720- 1798) of Montgomery Coun- 
ty, Pennsylvania; Captain in the Third Battalion of the 
Pennsylvania Regiment under Lieutenant-Governor Wil- 
liam Denny; Colonel in Chief, 1759. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON NEALE CUSTIS 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Washington City, June s, 1830. 

Son of 

William Henry Custis (1805-1868) and Eliza Burg (Wheeler) 
Custis (1811-18^9). 

Grandson of 

George Custis ( 1778-1843 ) and Susannah ( Sullivan) Custis 

( 1811). 

Great-grandson of 

Revell Custis (1740-1791) and Catherine (Parker) Custis ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Revell Custis (1700-1744) and Sarah (Revell) Custis ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Henry Custis (1657-1708) and Rachel (Revell) Custis ( 

1720). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edward Revell ( 1687) and Frances ( ) Revell (— — 

1688). 
William Custis (1633-1726) and Joan ( ) Custis ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Randall Revell (1613-1686) and Katherine ( ) Revell ( 

post 1686). 

William Custis (1633-1726) of Virginia; Captain in 
Colonial service in Accomac County, i678-'93; Colonel in 
same county, i7i5-'26; Justice of the Peace and Justice fOr 
the Court of Chancery, I7i5-'i6. 

Randall Revell (1613-1686) of Virginia and Mary- 
land; Member of the Assembly of Maryland, 1638; Mem- 
ber of the House of Burgesses of Virginia for Northampton 

County, i658-'59- 
6 



74 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



JAMES BAYARD GREGG CUSTIS 

Physician, Washington City. Borti, Wilmington, Delaware, September 

20, 1855. 

Son of 

George Washington Neal Custis (1830 ) and Sarah Evans 

(Wells) Custis (1835 ). 

Grandson of 

William Henry Custis (1805-1868) and Eliza Bury (Wheeler) 
Custis (1811-1839). 

Great-grandson of 

George Custis (1778-1843) and Susannah (Sullivan) Custis 
( ,g„). 

Great-great-grandson of 

lievell Custis (1740-1791) and Catherine (Parker) Custis ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Sevell Custis (1700-1744) and Sarah (Revell) Custis ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Henry Custis (1657-1708) and Rachel (Revell) Custis ( 

1730). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson ot 

Edward Revell ( 1687) and Frances ( ) Revell ( 

post 1688). 
William Custis (1633-1736) and Jean ( )- Custis ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Randall Revell (1613-1686) and Katherine ( ) Revell ( 

post 1686). 

t- 

William Custis (1633-1726) of Virginia; Captain in 
Colonial service in Accomac County, i678-'93; Colonel 
in same county, i7i5-'26; Justice of the Peace and Justice 
for the Court of Chancery, I7i5-'i6. 

Randall Revell (161 3- 1686) of Virginia and Mary- 
land; Member of the Assembly of Maryland, 1638; Mem- 
ber of the House of Burgesses of Virginia for Northampton 
County, i658-'59. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 75 

RICHARD GRAHAM DAVENPORT 

Commander, U. S. Navy. Born, Washington City, January ii, 1849. 
Son of 

Henry K. Davenport (1830-1873) and Jennie Brent (Graham) 
Davenport (1836-1899). 

Grandson of 

George Graham (1770-1830) and Jane Love (Watson) Graham 

( 1869). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Graham (1730-1796) and Jane (Brent) Graham (1745- 
1817). 

Great-great-grandson of 

George Brent (1703-1778) and Catherine (Trimraingham) Brent 
(1710-1770). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Brent (1675 ) and Susannah (Seymour) Brent (1683- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
George Brent (1641-1704) and (Green) Brent (1648-1686). 

George Brent (1641-1704) of Woodstock, Stafford 
County, Virginia; Captain of a Troop of Horse in 1670, 
and Ranger-General of the Northern Neck of Virginia. 

IRA WARREN DENNISON 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Mystic River, Connecticut, July i6, 

1865. 

Son of 

Hiram Clift Denison (1829 —. — ) and Eliza Almira (Miner) 
Denison (1841 ). 

Grandson of 

Elisha W. Denison (1798-1849) and Fannie (Chesebrough) Den- 
ison (1793-1846). 

Thomas Miner (1798-1847) and Eliza (Denison) Miner (1815- 
184s). 

Great-grandson of 

Isaac Denison (1751-1817) and Eunice (Williams) Denison 
(1755-1843). 

Daniel Chesebrough (1771-1841) and Fanny (Williams) Chese- 
brough (1771-1851). 



76 SOCIETY OP COLONIAL WARS 



Manasseh Miner (1755-1837) and Hannah (Haley) Dennison 

(1756-1801). 

Robert Dennison (174.9-1820) and Deborah (Dewey) Dennison 

( )■ 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Dennison, Jr. (1721-1776) and Esther (Wheeler) Denni- 
son (1722-18x4). 

Eleazer Williams (1730-1780) and Abby (Prentice) Williams 
(1734-1786). 

Elihu Chesebrough 3rd (1743-1781) and Phebe (Dennison) 
Chesebrough (1747-1833). 

Thomas Miner (1707-1760) and Sarah (Watson) Miner ( ). 

Benadam Dennison (1721-1757) and Anna (Swan) Dennison 
(1727-1751). 

Gteat-great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Dennison (1680-1747) and Mary (Stanton) Dennison 
1687-1724). < 

William Wheeler (1681-1747) and Hannah (Gallup) Wheeler 
1683-1754). 

Neheraiah Williams (1696-1778) and Deborah (Williams) Wil- 
liams (1695-1756). 

Samuel Prentice, Jr. (1702-1773) and Abby (Billings) Prentice 
(1707-1789). 

Elihu Chesebrough, Jr. (1704-1769) and Esther (Dennison) 
Chesebrough (1710-1768). 

Thomas Miner (1683-1739) and Hannah (Avery) Miner (1686- 
1761). 

John Swan, Jr. (1700 ) and Lucy (Dennison) Swan (1710 

Great-great-grSat-great-grandson of 

John Dennison (1646-1698) and Phebe (Lay) Dennison (1650- 

1699). 
Robert Stanton (i6s''-i724) and Joanna (Gardner) Stanton 

(1657 ). 

Benadam Gallup (1655-1727) and Esther (Prentice) Gallup 
(i66o-i7';i). 

John Williams (1667-1745) and Martha (Wheeler) Williams 
(1670 ). 

Samuel Prentice (1680-1728) and Esther (Hammond) Prentice 
( 1753)- 

Elihu Chesebrough (1668-1750) and Hannah (Miner) Chese- 
brough (1677-1751). 

Manasseh Miner (1647-1728) and Lydia (Moore) Miner (1650- 
1720). 

William Dennison (1677-1730) and Mary (Avery) Dennison 
(1680-1762). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 77 



Great-great-great-great-great-grandaon of 

George Dennison (1618-1694) and Anna (Borodell) Dennison 

(1615-1713). 
Thomas Stanton (1615-1677) and Ann (Lord) Stanton (1631- 

1688). 

John Gallup (1616-1675) and Hannah (Lake) Gallup (^ ). 

Isaac Williams (1638-1707) and Martha (Park) Williams (1643- 

1676). 
Thomas Prentice (1649-1685)" and Sarah (Stanton) Prentice 

(1654-1713). 
Elisha Chesebrough (1637-1670) and Rebecca (Palmer) Chese- 

brough ( ). 

Thomas Miner (1608-1690) and Grace (Palmer) Miner ( 

1690). 
John Avery (1654-1743) and Abigail (Chesebrough) Avery 

(1656 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Park (1610-1685) and Martha (Holgrave) Park (1604- 
1708), 

Thomas Prentice (1621-1710) aiid Grace ( ). 

William Chesebrough (1594-1667) and Ann (Stevenson) Chese- 
brough (1598-1673). 

James Avery (1620-1700) and Joanna (Greensbade) Avery 
( 1694)- 

George Dennison (161 8- 1694) of New London, Connecti- 
cut; Captain New London County Forces in King Philip's 
War; served under Major John Mann and Major Talcott; 
second in command to Major Robert Treat in the Great 
Swamp Fight; served on the Frontier; captured the Indian 
Chief, Canonchet; chosen with Major John Mason to as- 
sist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes; Assistant and 
Deputy from Stonington to the General Court of Connecti- 
cut fifteen terms. 

Thomas Stanton (1615-1677) of Stonington, Con- 
necticut; Indian Interpreter, before Pequot War, to John 
Winthrop, and afterwards to the General Court of Con- 
necticut ; soldier in Pequot War. 

John Gallup (1616-1675) of Stonington, Connecticut; 
Deputy to General Court, October, i665-'67; one of the 
six Connecticut Captains killed in the Great Swamp Fight. 



78 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. 



Thomas Miner (1608- 1690) of Stonington, Connecti- 
cut; Member of General Court ten times, between 1650- 
1680; was appointed Member of a Court Martial to meet 
in New London, January 2, 1676. 

William Park (1610-1685), Member of the Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company, 1638; represented Rox- 
bury, Massachusetts, in the General Court, i635-'67. 

Thomas Prentice (1621-1710), Lieutenant, Massachu- 
setts Troop of Horse, 1656; Captain, 1662; served in Pe- 
quot and Narragansett Wars; engaged in the apprehension 
and return of Sir Edmund Andros; Deputy frorn Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts, i672-'73. 

William Chesebrough (1594-1667), Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court from Stonington, Connecticut, 1653, '55, '57, 
'64, '66. 

James Avery (1620-1700), Captain of the New London 
Company; served through King Philip's War; twelve 
times Deputy to the General Court; appointed Captain of 
the New London County Forces against the Dutch, August 
7, 1673. 

LEONARD HUNTRESS DYER 

Lawyer, New York City. Born, Washington City, May 13, 1873. 

Son of 

George Washington Dyer (1823-1889) and Kate (Huntress) 
Dyer (1835-1902). 

Grandson of 

Jones Dyer 2nd (1776 ) and Lydia (Knight) Dyer (1789- 

1865). 
Leonard Huntress (1811-1881;') and Lydia Ann (Mackinnon) 

Huntress (1811-1883). 

Great-grandson of 

JONES Dyer ist ^1737-1831) and Hannah (Harrington) Dyer 
(1736-1835). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 79 



Jonathan Knight (1740-1828) and Mary (Atkins) Knight (1748- 
1824). 

Joseph Patterson Huntress (1786-1848) and Sally (Chesley) Hun- 
tress (1787-1847). 

William Mackinnon ( ) and Elizabeth (Pickernell) Mackin- 

non ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Dyer (1692 ) and Rebecca (Jones) Dyer ( -). 

Joshua Atkins (1702-1790) and Rebecca (Atwood) Atkins (1704 

Mark Huntress ( ) and Temperance (Ayres) Huntress 

James Chesley (1750-1851) and Elizabeth (Furber) Chesley 

Richard Pickernell ( ) and Esther (Rogers) Pickernell 

Gi eat- great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Dyer (1653-1704) and Hannah (Baxter) Dyer ( ). 

Nathaniel Atkins (1667 ) and Winnifred (^ ) Atkins 

Machel Atwood (1670 ) and Joanna (Harding) Atwood 

(1676 ). 

Christopher Huntress (1728 ) and Abigail (Hogden) Hun- 

tr6ss (— ■ ) . 

Thomas Chesley (1718 ) and Mary (Hill) Chesley ( ). 

Richard Rogers (1703-1742) and Eleanor ( ) Rogers ( ). 

'Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Dyer (1612-1676) and Agnes (Reed) Dyer ( 1667). 

John Baxter (1634-1719) and Hannah (White) Baxter ( ). 

Henry Atkins ( ) and Bethia (Linnell) Atkins (1641 ). 

Joseph Harding ( ) and Bethia (Cooke) Harding ( ). 

Joseph Chesley (1673 ) and Sarah (Cutts) Chesley (1673 

Samuel Hill ( ) and Sarah (Thompson) Hill ( ). 

John Rogers 2nd (1666 ) and Martha (Whittingham) 

Rogers ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas White (1599-1679) and ( ) White (— — )• 

Robert Linnell ( 1669) and Pennmah ( ) Lmnell 

Josiah Cooke ( ) and Elizabeth (King) Cooke ( ). 

Thomas Chesley (1644-1667) and Elizabeth (Thomas) Chesley 

John Cutts' (1650-1690 and Sarah (Martyn) Cutts (1657 — — )• 
Nathaniel Hill (1660 ) and Sarah (Nutter) Hill {-. — ). 



8o SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



John Rogers ist (1631-1684) and Elizabeth (Denison) Rogers 

( )• 

William Whittingham ( — -) and Mary (Lawrence) Whitting- 

ham ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Francis Cooke ( 1583-166? 1 and Esther ( ) Cooke ( ). 

John Cutts ( 1681) and Hannah (Star) Cutts ( ). 

Richard Martyn ( 1694) and Sarah (Tuttle) Martyn ( 

1653). 

Valentine Hill (- — ^ 1661) and Mary (Eaton) Hill ( ). 

Anthony Nutter (1630-1686) and Sarah (Langstaff) Nutter 

( ). 

Daniel Denison (1612-1682) and Patience (Dudley) Denison 
( 1690). 

John Whittingham ( 1649) and Martha (Hubbard) Whit- 
tingham ( ). 

John Lawrence (1618-1699) and Susanna ( ) Lawrence 

( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Tuttle (1596-1656) and Joanna ( ) Tuttle ( ). 

Theophilus Eaton (1571-1658) and Ann (Lloyd) Eaton ( ). 

William Denison (1586-1654) and Margaret ( ) Denison 

( ). 

Thomas Dudley (1576-1653) and ( ) Dudley ( ). 

William Hubbard (1594-1670) and Judith (Knapp) Hubbard 
( )• 

Jones Dyer (1737-1831) of Bristol, Rhode Island; 
served through French War under Colonel Rogers and 
others; was a private on Expedition to Louisbourg and on 
the Expedition against the Indians on Lake Champlain, 
which destroyed an Indian town. 

Christopher Huntress (1728 ) of Newington, 

New Hampshire; was a volunteer from New Hampshire 
against Louisbourg in I745- 

Richard Rogers (1703- 1742) of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; a Representative in i730-'4i and a Justice. 

Thomas Dyer (1612-1676) of Weymouth, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy from Weymouth, Massachusetts. 




MARCUS BENJAMIN. 
Deputy- tjovernor. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 81 



John Baxter (1634-1719) of Braintree, Massachusetts; 
a Deputy in i693-'99; i7oi-'o5; 1706. 

Thomas White (i 599-1 679) of Weymouth, Massachu- 
setts; Captain in Massachusetts Militia; Deputy from 
Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Robert Linnell ( 1669) of Barnstable, Massachu- 
setts; in Barnstable Company, 1643. 

Thomas Chesley (1644- 1667) of Dover, New Hamp- 
shire, was killed by Indians at Oyster River, November 15, 
1667. 

♦ Nathaniel Hill (1660 ) of Dover, New Hamp- 
shire; was Captain and commanded a Garrison in New 
Hampshire, 1725. 

Francis Cooke (1583- 1663) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; a Signer of the "Compact" on board the "Mayflower" 
1620; Member of Myles Standish's Company, and in the 
Expedition against the Indians; Member of Plymouth Mil- 
itary Company, 1643. 

John Cutts ( 1681) of New Hampshire; President 

of the Council of New Hampshire, i679-'8i. 

Richard Martyn ( 1694) of New Hampshire; 

Member of Governor Cutts' Council, 1680; Member of 
the Legislature and Speaker, 1692. 

Valentine Hill ( 1661) of Massachusetts and 

New Hampshire; Member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company of Massachusetts, 1638; Deputy from 
Dover, New Hampshire, to the General Court of New 
Hampshire, i652-'55 and 1657. 

Anthony Nutter (1630-1686) of Massachusetts and 
New Hampshire; was Lieutenant and served as a repre- 
sentative in Massachusetts, 1674 and 1676, and as Member 
of the King's Committee in New Hampshire, 1682. 



82 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Daniel Denison (i6 12- 1682) of Ipswich, Massachusetts ; 
in the Colonial Forces, and a Captain in the Pequot War, 
and a Major-General, 1652-80; a Deputy, i635-'52; 
Speaker, i649-'5i and 1652; Colonial Secretary, 1653; 
Assistant, i654-'82 and Commissioner for the United Col- 
onies, 1654, and 1662. 

John Whittingham ( 1649) of Ipswich, Massa- 
chusetts; In the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1638; Ensign, 1644, and Captain, 1645; Lieutenant 
at Ipswich, 1645. 

John Tuttle (1596-1656) of Massachusetts; Repre- 
sentative for Ipswich, Massachusetts; Member of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston. 

Theophilus Eaton (1591-1658) of Connecticut; Gov- 
ernor of New Haven Colony, iSsg-'sj. 

William Denison (1586-1654) of Roxbury, Massa- 
chusetts; Deputy in 1634; Member of the Roxbury Mili- 
tia, 1636. 

Thomas Dudley (1576-1653) of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; Second Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1634 
et seg.; Deputy-Governor, 1630 et seq., ad int.; Governor's 
Assistant, i635-'36; Commissioner, 1643 et seq., for, and 
twice President of the United Colonies; Major-General, 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

William Hubbard (1594-1670) of Ipswich, Massa- 
chusetts; Deputy, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1638, et seq. 

ROBERT STRETTELL JONES FISHER 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, York, Pennsylvania, July 23, 1847. 

Son of 

Robert Strettell Jones Fisher (1806-1888) and Catherine (Jame- 
son) Fisher (1808-1850). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 83 



Grandson of 

George Fisher (1766-1853) and Ann Shippen (Jones) Fisher 

(1777-1863). 
Horatio Gates Jameson (1778-1855) and Catherine (Shevell) 

Jameson ( 1837). 

Great-grandson of 
Robert Strettell Jones (1745-1793) and Ann (Shippen) Jones 

David Jameson (1715-1800) and Elizabeth (Davis) Jameson 

Great-great-grandson of 

Isaac Jones (1716-1773) and Frances, (Strettell) Jones (1717- 

1782). ' I 

Joseph Shippen (1706-1793) and Mary (Kearney) Shippen 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Strettell (1693-1761) and Philotesia (Owen) Strettell 

( 1782). 

Joseph Shippen (1678 ) and Abigail (Grosse) Shippen ( 

1716). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edwtard Shippen (1639-1712) and Elizabeth (Lybrand) Shippen 

David Jameson (1715-1800) of Shippensburg, Pennsylva- 
nia; Captain in Colonel James Burd's Augusta Regiment, 
1757; Captain Second Regiment Pennsylvania Foot, 1757; 
Major, 1759; Brigade Major and Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1760; served at Forts Littleton, Halifax, Augusta, and 
Aughwick, and at the battle of Loyal Hanna, i756-'59. 

Robert Strettell (1693-1761) of Pennsylvania; w^as a 
Provincial Councillor of Pennsylvania, 1 741 -'60; during 
most of that period was President of the Council. 

Edward Shippen (1639-1712) of Boston, Massachu- 
setts, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Member of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, 1669; Speaker 
of the Assembly, Pennsylvania, 1695; Member of the Pro- 
vincial Council of Pennsylvania, 1696-17 12; Judge of the 
Supreme Court and Presiding Judge of the Court of Com- 



84 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

mon Pleas, 1697; First Mayor of Philadelphia, 1701; Act- 
ing Deputy-Governor, 1703. 

JAMES MILTON FLINT 

Medical Director (Retired), U. S. Navy. Born, Hillsborough, New Hamp- 
shire, February 7, 1838. 

Son of 

Amos Flint (1801-1870) and Mary (Stickney) Flint (1803-1850). 

Grandson of 

Daniel Flint (1767-1853) and Lydia (Shattuck) Flint (1765- 

1843). _ • 

James Stickney (1777-1810) and Mary (Baldwin) Stickney (1776 

Great-grandson oi 

Ebenezer Flint (1742-1829) and Asenath (Holt) Flint (1743- 

1786). 
Joseph Shattuck (1731-1778) and Anna (Johnson) Shattuck 

(1737 ). 

Abraham Stickney (1733-1803) and Sarah (Kittredge) Stickney 

(1738-1807). 
Joshua Baldwin (1735 ) and Sarah (Grimes) Baldwin 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Flint (1716 ) and Abigail (Sawyer) Flint (1738- 

1759)- 
Joseph Shattuck (1707-I772) and Joanna (Chandler) Shattuck 

(1710 ). 

Cornelius Johnson (1701 ) and Lydia (Clements) Johnson 

(1702-1742). 
Abraham Stickney (1703-1783) and Abigail (Hall) Stickney 

( 1785.) 

James Kittredge ( -) and Elizabeth ( ). 

Josiah Baldwin (1708 ) and Susanna (Davis) Baldwin (1710 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
Ebenezer Flint (1689-1778) and Tabitha (Burnap) Flint (169a- 

1734)- 
Samuel Shattuck (1673-1758) and Elisabeth (Blood) Shattuck 

(1675-1759)- 
Zebadiah Chandler (1683-1766) and Sarah (Abbot) Chandler 

(1680-1754). 
Job Clements (1679-1732) and Mehitable (Ayer) Clements (1683 



IN THE DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA 85 



Samuel Stickney (1663-1714) and Mary (Haseltine) Stickney 

(l673-I7!«l). 

James Kittredge (1667 ) and Sarah ( ). 

Jonathan Baldwin (1607-1735) and Mary (French) Baldwin 

(1676 -—). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Flint (1653-1720) and Elisabeth (Putnam) Flint (166a- 

1697). 
John Shattuck (1647-1675) and Ruth (Whitney) Shattuck (1645 

). 

John Chandler (1655-1721) and Hannah (Abbot) Chandler 

( 1 650-1741). 
John Abbot (1648-1721) and Sarah (Barker) Abbot (1647-1729). 
John Clements (1653-1692) and Elisabeth (Ayer) Clements 
9 (1653-1676). 

Samuel Ayer (1654-1708) and Mary (Johnson) Ayer ( ). 

Samuel Stickney (1633-1709) and Julian (Swan) Stickney ( 

1670). 
John Kittredge ( 1676) and Mary (Litchfield) Kittredge 

(1646-1719). 
Jacob French (1639-1713) and Mary (Champney) French (1639- 

1681). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Putnam (1619-1700) and Elisabeth (Hutchinson) 

Putnam (1629-1688). 
John Whitney (1621-1692) and Ruth (Reynolds) Whitney 

( )■ 

Thomas Chandler ( 1703) and Hannah (Brewer) Chandler 

( — lyi?)- 

George Abbot (1615-1681) and Hannah (Chandler) Abbot 

( 1701). 

Robert Clements ( ) and Elisabeth (Fane) Clements ( 

1715). 

Robert Ayers ( ) and Elisabeth (Palmer) Ayers ( 170?)- 

William Stickney ( 1664) and Elisabeth ( ). 

Richard Swan ( 1678) and Ann ( ). 

William French (1604-1681) and Elisabeth ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Clements ( 1658) and ( ). 

Henry Palmer ( 1680) and ( ). 

Abraham Stickney (1703-1783) of Tewksbury, Massa- 
chusetts; served under Lieutenant Peter Abbot, 1722; 
marched to the relief of Fort William Henry, in Colonel 
Eleazer Tyng's Regiment, as Ensign in command of soldiers 



86 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

t 

drawn out of Captain William Brown's Company of 
Tewksbury, 1757; enlisted to go to Lake George, in Col- 
onel Tyng's Regiment, 1758. 

John Clements (1653-1692) of Haverhill, Massachu- 
setts; served in Lieutenant Benjamin Swett's Company, in 
King Philip's War, 1676. 

Samuel Ayer (1654-1708) of Haverhill, Massachusetts; 
Captain of Haverhill Company; served in King Philip's 
War, in Captain Benjamin Swett's Company, 1676; killed 
while in command of a company in pursuit of Indians, after 
an attack upon Haverhill. 

John Kittredge ( 1676) of Billerica, Massachu- 
setts; Member of Captain Thomas Wheeler's Company, in 
the fight at Brookfield, August, 1675; in scouting service, 
1676. 

Nathaniel Putnam (1619-1700) of Salem, Massachu- 
setts; Lieutenant of the Foot Company, in Salem Village, 
1683; Deputy to the General Court, i690-'9i. 

John Whitney (i 621 -1692) of Watertown, Massachu- 
setts; Member of Captain John Cutler's Company in King 
Philip's War; served in the Sudbury Fight, April 29, 1676. 

Thomas Chandler ( 1703) of Andover, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court, 1678; Lieutenant in 
Andover Company under Captain Dudley Bradstreet, 1683. 

George Abbot (16 15-168 i) of Andover, Massachusetts; 
in garrison at Andover, in King Philip's War. 

William Stickney ( 1664) of Rowley, Massachu- 
setts ; a founder of Rowley, Massachusetts ; appointed Lieu- 
tenant, 1 66 1. 

Richard Swan ( 1678) of Rowley, Massachusetts; 

served in King Philip's War and in Expedition to Canada; 
Deputy to the General Court, 1666, '73, '75. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 87 

William French (i 604-1 681) of Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts; Lieutenant of the Cambridge, Massachusetts, 
Company, 1647; served in King Philip's War; Deputy, 
i66i-'63-'64. 

Robert Clements ( 1658) of Haverhill, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court, 1647, '53. 

Henry Palmer ( 1680) of Haverhill, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court, 1667, '74, '76-'79- 

LEON LE LANNE FRENCH 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, Washington City, January ii, 1879. 
Son of 

John Louis French (1832 ) and Agnes Laura (Channell) 

French (1844 )• 

Grandson of 

Leon Le Lanne Channell (1818-1901) and Harriet Evelyn (Good- 
rich) Channell (1817-1847). 

Great-grandson of i 

Elizur Goodrich (1765-1854) and Laura (Drury) Goodrich 

(1789-1863). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ezekiel Goodrich (1749-1783) and Eunice (Rathbone) Good- 
Luther Drury (176Z-1843) and Rhoda (Hopkins) Drury (1766- 

1864). ^ , 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Benjamin Goodrich (1715-1779) and Hannah (Olmstead) Good- 
rich (172I )■ , ^ J rn U-^U 

Valentine Wightman Rathbone (1724 ) and labitha 

(Brown) Rathbone (1727 ). , ,„ , ,-, 

Ebenezer Drury (1733-4-1818) and Hannah (Keyes) Drury 

(1742-1777)- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
David Goodrich (1667-1755) and Prudence (Churchill) Good- 
Daniel Olmstea^ (1684 ) and Hannah (Ketchum) 01m- 

Danfe? DrwT^ (1709-1786) and Sarah (Flagg) Drury (1703- 
1775)- 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Ebenezer Keyes (1700-1780) and Tamar (Wheelock) Keyes 

Joshua Rathbone (1696-1779) and Mary (Wightman) Rathbone 
(1704-1777). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Goodrich ( 1676) and Sarah (Marvin) Goodrich 

(1631-1702). 
Benjamin Churchill (i65»-i7i6) and Mary ( ) Churchill 

(i6S'»-i7i2). 
John Olmstead (1649 ) and Mary (Benedict) Olmstead 

(1673 ). 

Caleb Drury (1688-1723) and Elizabeth (Eames) Drury (1685 

Ebenezer Flagg (1678-1746) and Elizabeth (Carter) Flagg 

(1680 ). 

John Keyes (1668-1749) and Sarah ( ) Keyes ( ). 

John Rathbone, 3RD, (1658-1723) and Ann (Dodge) Rathbone 

( 1710)- 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Matthew Marvin (1600-1687) and Elizabeth ( ) Marvin 

( 5- 

JosiAH Churchill ( 1686) and Elizabeth (Foote) Churchill 

(1616-1700). 

Richard Olmstead (1607 ) and ( ) ( ). 

Thomas Benedict (1617-1690) and Mary Bridgum Benedict 

( ). 

Thomas Drury (1668-1723) and Rachel (Rice) Drury (1664 

John Eames (1642-1733) and Elizabeth (Eames) Eames ( 

1727). 
Gershom Flagg (1641-1690) and Hannah (LefBngwell) Flagg 

(1646-1724). 
John Carter, 2nd, (1652-3-1727) and Ruth (Burnham) Carter 

(1658-1723-4). 
Elias Keyes (1643 ) and Sarah (Blanford) Keyes ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Foote, ist, (1593-1644) and Elizabeth (Deming) 

Foote (1595-1683). 
John Drury (i 646-1 678) and Mary (Shrimpton) Drury (1645- 

HenrY Rice (1616-1711) and Elizabeth (Moore) Rice ( 

1705.) 
Thomas Eames (1618-1680-1) and Margaret ( ) Eames 

( )• 

Thomas Flagg (1616-1697-8) and Mary ( ) Flagg ( ). 

John Carter ist (1616-1692) and Elizabeth ( ) Carter ( 

1691). 




WILLIAM \'A\ ZANDT COX. 

Lieu ten ant- Ciovernor. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 89 



John Blanford (1611-1687) and ( ) ( ). 

Thomas Burnham, Jr., (1623-1694) and Mary (Tuttle) Burn- 
ham ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Hugh Drury ( 1689) and Lydia (Rice) Drury (1627-1675). 

John Tuttle 1(1596-1656) and ( ) ( ). 

Gxeat-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Rice (1594-1663) and Tamazine ( ) Rice ( 

1654). 

David Goodrich (1667- 1755) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; was Lieutenant in Captain Matthew Allyn's Expedi- 
tion against the Indians in 1704; Captain of the Hampshire 
Company, March, 17 12; Adjutant and Quartermaster of 
the Wood Creek Expedition in 1709; Captain in Father 
Rasle's War, i723-'24; Colonel of the Hartford County 
Forces, and Member of the Council, i724-'29. 

Daniel Olmstead (1684 ) of Ridgefield, Connec- 
ticut; Ensign in 1732; Deputy to General Assembly, 1742- 

'43. 

William Goodrich ( 1676) of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut; Ensign under Captain Samuel Welles, 1663; 
Deputy to the General Assembly, i66o-'66. 

John Olmstead (1649 ) of Norwalk, Connecticut; 

was Lieutenant in Indian Wars. 

John Rathbone, 3RD (1658-1723) of Roxbury, Massa- 
chusetts, and Shoreham, Rhode Island; was Deputy from 
New Shoreham, i683-'84- 

Matthew Marvin (1600- 1687) of Hartford, Connec- 
ticut ; was one of Governor Winthrop's outposts on the Con- 
necticut, 1636-37; Deputy in 1653-- 

JosiAH Churchill ( 1686) of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut; served in the Wethersfield Company of Troop in 
the Pequot War. 
7 



90 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Richard Olmstead (1607 ) of Hartford, Connec- 
ticut; was Sergeant, 1635; Lieutenant, 1659; Deputy, 
1665 et seq.; Commissioner for Norwalk, 1668; Muster- 
Master, 1673; Captain, 1680. 

Thomas Benedict (1617-1690) of Southold, Long 
Island, and Norwalk, Connecticut; was Lieutenant in Cap- 
tain Byron Newton's Company of Foot, Jamaica, Long 
Island, 1665; Member of the Colonial Assembly at Hemp- 
stead, Long Island, 1665; Deputy from Norwalk to the 
General Court of Connecticut, i670-'75, 

Thomas Drury (1668- 1723) of Boston and Sudbury, 
Massachusetts; was Captain and Deputy, 1701. 

John Fames (1642- 173 3) of Watertown, Sherbom, and 
Framingham, Massachusetts; Selectman, 1 682-1 701; was 
in King Philip's War in the Middlesex Troop under Captain 
Thomas Prentice. 

Gershom Flagg (1641-1690) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; was First Lieutenant in French and Indian War; 
was killed in battle near Lee, New Hampshire, on Expedi- 
tion to Port Royal. 

John Carter, 2D (i652-'3-i727) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; was in Captain Nathaniel Davenport's Company in 
King Philip's War; Sergeant, 1682; Lieutenant, i7oo-'27. 

Nathaniel Foote, ist (1593-1644) of Wethersfield, 
Connecticut; Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
i64i-'44. 

John Drury (1646-1678) of Sudbury and Boston, Mas- 
sachusetts ; Ensign in Captain Davenport's Company of Ma- 
jor Appleton's Massachusetts troops in the Great Swamp 
Fight, December 19, 1675; Lieutenant in Captain Samuel 
Moseley's Company in service at Mount Hope, August, 1675. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 9i 



Henry Rice (1616-1711) of Sudbury and Framingham, 
Massachusetts; Corporal in 1686. 

Thomas Fames (1618-1680-1) of Framingham, Massa- 
chusetts; was Selectman and served on many important 
Committees; served in the Pequot War and in King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Thomas Flagg (1616-1697-8) of Watertown, Massa- 
chusetts; was in the Train Band until 1681; Selectman, 
1671-6 and 1678. 

John Carter, ist (1616-1692) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; Ensign in 1651 ; Lieutenant in 1664; Captain in King 
Philip's War; served as Captain of Woburn, Massachusetts, 
Company, i664-'92. 

John Blanford (1611-1687) of Sudbury, Massachu- 
setts; in Garrison at Sudbury, King Philip's War, 1676. 

Thomas Burnham, Jr., (1623-1694) of Ipswich, Mas- 
sachusetts; Ensign and Lieutenant in the Ipswich Company; 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, i683-'85. 

Hugh Drury ( 1689) of Boston, Massachusetts; 

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1659 and Second Sergeant, 1664; Lieutenant in 
Captain Henchman's Company of Foot, 1675. 

John Tuttle (1596-1656) of Ipswich, Massachusetts; 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1644; Lieutenant; Representative, 1644. 

Edmund Rice (1594- 1663) of Sudbury and Marlboro, 
Massachusetts; Deputy to the General Court of Massachu- 
setts, 1640-'! and 1643. 

THOMAS MONROE GALE 

Real Estate, Washington City. Born, New York City, September 12, 1848. 

Sou of 
Munroe Forbes Gale (1817-1880) and Lydia (Fuller) Gale (i8a8 
). 



92 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Grandson 'of 
Samuel Fuller (1791-1872) and Mary Shaw (Warner) Fuller 

( ). 

Great-grandson of 

Elisha Fuller (1754-1852) and Rebecca (Waterman) Fuller 

( )■ 

Great-great-giandson of 

Joshua Fuller (1731-1810) and Mercy (Lathrop) Fulljet ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Young Fuller (1707 ) and Jerusha (Beebe) Fuller {— — ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Matthew Fuller ( 1678) and Patience (Young) Fuller 

( — )• 

Matthew Fuller ( 1678) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; Sergeant under Myles Standish, 1643; Lieutenant 
of Militia Company, at Barnstable, 1652; Lieutenant of 
the Company of fifty men from Plymouth Colony under 
Captain Myles Standish, in the proposed Expedition against 
the Dutch, at Manhottoes Colony, 1654; Chairman of 
Council of War, Plymouth Colony; Lieutenant of the 
Forces sent against the Saconet Indians, 1671; one of the 
Magistrates, 1671; Surgeon-General, 1673; Captain of the 
Plymouth Forces, in King Philip's War. 

FREELAND BARNEY GARDNER. 

Georgetown, South Carolina. Born, in Chicago, Illinois, November 28, 1868. 

Son of 

Horatio H. Gardner (1846 ) and Mary Alice (Lunar) 

Gardner (1847 )• 

Grandson of 

Freeland Barney Gardner (1817-1883) and Fanny (Copeland) 
Gardner (1819-1883). 

Great-grandson of 

Ezekiel Gardner (1775-1849) and Sally (Savage) Gardner 
(1775-1852). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 93 



Great-greiat-grandson of 

William Savage (1727-1809) and Martha (Gibson) Savage 
(1736-1813). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

William Savage (1699-1774) and Sarah ( ) Savage (1700- 

1792). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Savage (1668-1726) and Christian (Mould) Savage 
(1677-1719). ^ 

William Savage (i 668-1 726) of Middletown, Connecti- 
cut; Lieutenant, May, 1717; Captain, May, 17 19, of the 
North Company or Train Band of Middletown; Deputy 
to the General Assembly, i7i5-'26. 

HENRY ORVILLE HALL* 

Superintendent of Reading-Room, Surgeon-General's Office, U. S. Army. 
Born, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, November 21, 1846. 

Son of 
Hezekiah Johnson Hall (1798-1862) and Deborah (Willson) Hall 
(1813-1888). 

Grandson of 

Asahel Hall (1759-1845) and Ruth (Johnson) Hall (1765 ). 

Great-grandson of 

Asahel Hall (1717-1795) and Sarah (Goldsmith) Hall ( 

1784). 
Hezekiah Johnson (1732-1810) and Ruth (Merriraan) Johnson 

(— )• 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Hall (1681-17^6) and Elizabeth (Royce) Hall (1689-1755). 
Abner Johnson (1702-1757) and Charity (Dayton) Johnson 

Caleb Merriman (1703-1770) and IVtary (Preston) Merriman 
Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Hall (1646-1721) and Mary (Parker) Hall ( ips)-- 

Jacob Johnson (1674-1749) and Dorcas (Lmdley) Johnson 

John Merriman (1659-1740) and Elizabeth (Peck) Merriman 
( )• 



•Genealogical line extending back twenty-two generations to Leol- 
phus De Preston, A. D. 1040, is on file with this society. 



94 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Elisaph Preston ( ) and Mary (Kimberly) Preston ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Hall (1605-1676) and Jeanne (WoUen) Hall { ). 

Nathaniel Merwman (1613-1693) and { ) Merriman 

William Johnson ( 1716) and Sarah (Hall) Johnson ( ). 

AsAHEL Hall (1717-1795) of Wallingford, Connecticut; 
Ensign in Ninth Company under Captain Wadsworth, 
1758; Captain of Second Company in Wallingford, 1764. 

John Hall (1681-1766) of Connecticut; appointed 
Lieutenant, 1709; served as Lieutenant in Expedition 
against Port Royal and Nova Scotia, 17 10; Captain of 
East Company of Wallingford, Connecticut, 17 12. 

Abner Johnson (1702- 175 7) of Wallingford, Connecti- 
cut; Captain of the Wallingford Company, 1749. 

Caleb Merriman (i 703-1770) of Wallingford, Con- 
necticut; Ensign in Train Band, 1749; Lieutenant of First 
Company of Wallingford, 1756; Justice, i758-'70. 

John Hall (1646-1721) of Connecticut; Deputy for 
Wallingford, i690-'9i, i694-'97, 1701, i703-'04; had title 
of Captain. 

Jacob Johnson (1674- 1749) of Wallingford, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to the General Court, 1736. 

John Merriman (1659-1740) of Wallingford, Connec- 
ticut; Sergeant; Lieutenant of Train Band, 1704; Cap- 
tain, 1712; Deputy to General Court, 1697-1716. 

Eliasaph Preston ( ) of Connecticut; Deputy 

from Wallingford, i679-'9i and 1696. 

John Hall (1605-1676) of Connecticut; Deputy to 
the General Court, i653-'6i; served in the Pequot War; 
had title of Captain. 

Nathaniel Merriman (161 3-1 693) of Connecticut; 
Sergeant of Militia, New Haven, 1665; Lieutenant at 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 95 

Wallingford, 1672; Captain of Troop, New Haven, Com- 
pany, 1675; in Pequot and King Philip's Wars; Deputy 
for Wallingford, 1674, i678-'8i, 1683, and 1685. 

William Johnson ( 1716) of New Haven, Con- 
necticut; Sergeant of the Train Band, 1665. 

WARREN VAIL HALL 

Statistician, North Carolina. Born, New York City, February 24, 1873. 

Son of 

Harrison Hall, Jr. (1848-1886) and Emily L. (Tompkins) Hall 
(1848 ). 

Grandson of 

Harrison Hall (1814-1880) and Caroline (Vail) Hall (1832- 

Great-grandson of 

Michael Vail ( ) and Mary (Germond) Vail (1793-1870). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Isaac Germond (1767-1833) and Sarah (Peters) Germond (1769- 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
George Peters (1726-1783) and Sarah (Smith) Peters (1732 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Abel Smith (1702-1757) and Ruth (Jackson) Smith (1709 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Jackson (1684 ) and Ruth (Smith) Jackson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of < 

John Jackson ( 1725) and Elizabeth (Seaman) Jackson 

( ). 

John Jackson ( 1725) of Queens County, New York; 

Captain of Militia in the Albany Expedition, 1687; Sheriff 
of Queens County, New York, 1 691 -'92; Member of As- 
sembly, 1 693- 1 700; Lieutenant-Colonel commanding. Queen 
County Regiment, 1700; Member of Assembly, i70i-'o8, 
and i7io-'i6. 



96 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



FRANCIS HUNTER HARDIE 

Major, U. S. Army. Born, Benicia, California, September 28, 1854- 

Son of 
James Allen Hardie (1823-1876) and Margaret (Hunter) Bar- 
die (1832-1888). 

Grandson of 

Henry Donnell Hunter (1803-1861) and Catherine Maley (Cuy- 
ler) Hunter (1807-1832). 

Great-grandson of 
John Cuyler (1766-1828) and Hannah (Maley) Cuyler (^—). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Cornelius Cuyler (1735-1794) and Anna (Wendell) Cuyler 
(1737-1775). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Johannis Cuyler (1699-1746) and Catherina (Wendell) Cuyler 
(1709-1746). 

Jacob Wendell (1702-1745) and Helena (Van Rensselaer) Wen- 
dell (1702-1728). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Johannis Cuyler (1661-1740) and Elsie (Ten Bioeck) Cuyler 

(1667-1752). 
Hendrick Van Rensselaer (— -) and Catherine (Van Burgh) 

Rensselaer (1665 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Hendrick Cuyler (1639-1691) and Anne (Schapinnes) Cuyler 
Jeremias Van Rensselaer ( 1674) and Marie (Van Court- 

landt) Van Rensselaer ( ). 

DiRCK Wessels Ten Broeck (1638-1717) and Christine (Van 

Buren) Ten Broeck ( ). 

Hendrick Van Rensselaer ( ) ; Captain of a Com- 
pany of Foot Militia, 1735; New York Provincial Forces, 
French and Indian Wars. 

Hendrick Cuyler (1639-1691) ; Major of the Albany 
Troop, 1689; French and Indian Wars; Major of all foot 
troops in the city and county of New York. 

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer ( 1674) ; the Second 

Patroon, Member of the Colonial Assembly, and Speaker, 
1664; Colonel of Militia at Albany. 




FRANK BIRC.E SMITH. 
Secretar\ . 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 97 

DiRCK Wessels Ten Broeck (1638-1717); Commis- 
sioned 1688 and dispatched to Canada; served under Gen- 
eral Winthrop, Canadian Expedition, 1690; Mayor of 
Albany, i696-'98; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1691; 
Major, 1700, under Colonel Pieter Schuyler. 

JOSEPH CUYLER HARDIE 

Clerk, War Department, Washington City. Born, Benicia, California, 
July 10, 1857. 

Son of 
a James Allen Hardie (1823-1876) and Margaret (Hunter) Har- 
die (1833-1888). 

Grandson of 

Henry Donnell Hunter (1803-1861) and Catherine Maley (Cuy- 
ler) Hunter (1807-1832). 

Great-grandson of 

John Cuyler (1766-1828) and Hannah (Maley) Cuyler ( ). 

Gredt-great-grandson of 

Cornelius Cuyler (1735-1794) and Anna (Wendell) Cuyler 
(1737-1775). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Johannis Cuyler (1699-1746) and Catherina (Wendell) Cuyler 
(1709-1746). 

Jacob Wendell (1702-1745) and Helena (Van Rensselaer) Wen- 
dell (1702-1728). 

Great-great-great-great^grandson of 

Johannis Cuyler (1661-1740) and Elsie (Ten Broeck) Cuyler 

(1667-1752). 
Hermanus Wendell (1678 ) and Anna (Glen) Wendell 

(1677-1756). 
Hendrick Van Rensselaer ( ) and Catherine (Van Burgh) 

Van Rensselaer (1665 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Hendrick Cuyler (1639-1691) and Anne (Schapinnes) Cuyler 

DiRCK Wessels Ten Broeck (1638-1717) and Christine (Van 

Buren) Ten Broeck ( ). 

Jacob Glen (1646-1685) and Catherine (Van Witbeck) Glen 

(1610 ). 



98 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Jeremias Van Rensselaer ( 1674) and Maria (Van Court- 

landt) Van Rensselaer ( 1689). 

JOHANNis PiETERZEN VAN BuRGH (1634-1697) and Catherine 

(Jans) Van Burgh ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Alexander Lindsay Glen (1610-1685) and Catalyn (Doncassen) 

Glen ( ), 

Oloff Stevenson Van Cortlandt (1600-1684) and Ann (Xocke- 

mans) Van Cortlandt. 

Hendrick Van Rensselaer ( ) ; Captain of a Com- 
pany of Foot Militia, 1735; New York Provincial Forces, 
French and Indian Wars. 

Hendrick Cuyler (1639-1691) ; Major of the Albany 
Troop, 1689; French and Indian Wars; Major of all foot 
troops in the city and county of New York. 

DiRCK Wessels Ten Broeck ( 163 8-1 7 17 ) ; Commis- 
sioned 1688 and dispatched to Canada; served under Gen- 
eral Winthrop, Canadian Expedition, 1690; Mayor of 
Albany, i696-'98; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1691; 
Major, 1700, under Colonel Pieter Schuyler. 

Jeremias Van Rensselaer ( 1674) >' tl^e Second 

Patroon, Member of the Colonial Assembly, and Speaker, 
1664; Colonel of Militia at Albany. 

Johannis PiETERZEN Van Burgh (1624-1697); Cor- 
poral, Blue Flag Company, Burgher Corps, at New Amster- 
dam, i652-'53; President of the Bench, 1662; Provincial 
Envoy to Amsterdam, 1664; Burgomaster, i673-'74; Cap- 
tain at New Orange, i673-'74. 

Alexander Lindsay Glen (1610-1685); a soldier in 
the service of the Dutch West India Company at Fort Nas- 
sau, on the South River in 1633; Magistrate at Albany, 
1 643-' 63; Proprietor at Schenectady, 1663. 

Oloff Stevensen Van Cortlandt (1600-1684) ; Col- 
onel of the Burgher Corps, 1649. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 99 



JAMES MALCOLM HENRY 

Bank Teller, Washington City. Born, Prince George's County, Maryland, 
September 25, 1863. 

Son of 

James L. M. Henry (1819-iggi) and Kate (Kearney) Henry 

Grandson of 

John A. Kearney (1790-1847) and Mary M. (Forrest) Kearney 
(X807-1885). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Forrest (1767-1831) and Sarah (Craufurd) Forrest 
(1770-1832). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Zachariah Forrest (1742-1817) and Nancy (Edwards) Forrest 
( 1787). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Forrest ( ) and Sarah (Hazel) Forrest ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Patrick Forrest ( 1675) and Frances ''Horn) Forrest 

( ). 

Patrick Forrest ( 1675) ; Member of the Maryland 

House of Burgesses, i649-'5o; grandson of Sir Anthony 
Forrest, Knight, who, with his son, Thomas Forrest, and 
wife (the first gentlewoman to land in America), came to 
Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, with Captain John Smith. 



JOHN WILLIAM HENRY 

Banker, Washington City. Born, Prince George's County, Maryland, 
October 4, 1863. 

Son of 

James L. M. Henry (1819-1881) and Kate (Kearney) Heniy 

Grandson of 
John A. Kearney (1790-1847) and Mary M. (Forrest) Kearney 

(1807-1885). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Forrest (1767-1831) and Sarah (Craufurd) Forrest 
(1770-1832). 



icx) SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-|!rreatrgrandson of 

Zachariah Forrest (1742-1817) and Ann ( ) Forrest ( 

1787). 
David Crawford (1740-1800) and ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Forrest ( ) and Sarah (Hazel) Forrest ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Patrick Forrest ( — ■— 1675) and Frances (Horn) Forrest 
( ). 

David Craufurd (1740-1800) ; Signer of Declaration of 
Maryland Freeman;, Member of Provincial Convention 
held in Annapolis to vote for Delegate to the Congress of 
1774; Member of Committee on Correspondence and Ex- 
penditures of Money; Member of Upper House of Assem- 
bly, 1780; First Associate Judge of Prince George's County. 
Patrick Forrest ( 1675); Member of the Mary- 
land House of Burgesses, i649-'5o; grandson of Sir Anthony 
Forrest, ICnight, who, with his son and wife (the first gen- 
tlewoman to land in America), came to Jamestown, Vir- 
ginia, in 1607, with Captain John Smith. 

HENRY PETER RENOUF HOLT 

U. S. Disbursing Agent. Born, New Ivondon, Connecticut, June 12, 1840. 

Son of 
Robert Holt (1816-1853) and Nancy (Renouf) Holt (1819-1891). 

Grandson of 
Robert Holt (1783-1838) and Nancy (Hempstead) Holt (1785- 

Great-grandson of 

Benjamin Hempstead (1753-1798) and Elizabeth (Copp) Hemp- 
stead (1758 ). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Joseph Copp (1732-1815) and Rachel (Denison) Copp (1734 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA loi 



Great-great-great-grandson of 

Jonathan Copp (1694-1772) and Margaret (Stanton) Copp (1701- 

1740). 
Daniel Denison (1703-1760) and Rachel (Starr) Denison (1705 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Stanton (i668 ) and Margaret (Cheesebrough) Stan- 
tan ( ). 

George Denison (1671-1720) and Mary (Wetherell) Denison 
( 17")- 

Thomas 'Starr (1668-1712) and Mercy (Morgan) Starr (1670- 
1765). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Stanton (1641 ) and Harriet (Thompson) Stanton 

( 1713)- 

John Denison (1646-1.698) and Phoebe (Lay) Denison (1650 
1699). 

Samuel Starr ( 1688) and Hannah (Brewster) Starr (1643- 

1691). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Stanton (1609-1677) and Anna (Lord) Stanton ( ). 

George Denison (1618-1694) and Ann (Borodell) Denison 

(1615-1712). 
Jonathan Brewster ( ) and Lucretia ( ) Brewster ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Brewster (1559-1643) and Mary ( ) Brewster 

( )■ 

Thomas Stanton (1609- 167 7) of Connecticut; Indian 
Interpreter to John Winthrop, the Younger; served' in the 
Pequot War; Magistrate and Commissioner; Representa- 
tive, i666-'75. 

George Denison (161 8-1694) of Stonington, New Lon- 
don, and Mystic, Connecticut; Captain, New London 
County Forces, in King Philip's War; served under Major 
John Mann and Major Talcott; second in command to 
Major Robert Treat in the Great Swamp Fight; captured 
the Indian Chief Canonchet ; chosen with Major John Ma- 
son to assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes; Assist-, 



102 GOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



ant and Deputy from Stonington to the Connecticut General 
Court, fifteen terms. 

William Brewster (1559-1643) of Plymouth Colony; 
drafted and signed the compact in cabin of Mayflower in 
1620; Member and Chaplain of the First Military Com- 
pany organized at Plymouth, under Captain Myles Standish, 
and served against the Indians. 

ALFRED FRANCIS HOPKINS 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Wayne, Pennsylvania, August i, 1879. 

Son of. 

Francis Neville Hopkins (1848-1879) and Frances Anna (Mon- 
roe) Hopkins (1848 ). 

Grandson of 

Gerard Thomas Hopkins (1816-1900) and Elizabeth (Coates) 

Hopkins (1823-1896). 
Nahum Parker Monroe (1812-1873) and Ann Sarah (Johnson) 

Monroe (1821-1889). 

Great-grandson of 

Gerard Thomas Hopkins (1769-1834) and Dorotjiy (Brooke) 

Hopkins (1776-1857). 
Philip Monroe ( 1832) and Betsey (Briggs) Monroe (1766- 

1830). 
Alfred Johnson (1789-1852) and Nancy (Atkinson) Johnson 

(1817-164). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Roger Brooke (1734-1790) and Mary (Matthew) Brooke ( ). 

Philip Monroe (1717 ) and Mary ( ) Monroe ( ). 

Alfred Johnson (1766-1837) and Sarah (Cross) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

James Brooke (1705-1784) and Deborah (Snowden) Brooke ( 

1758)- 
William Monroe (1669-1759) and Joanna (Russell) Monroe 

Jacob Johnson (1734-1816) and Abigail (Waldo) Johnson 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Roger Brooke (1673 ) and Elizabeth (Hutchings) Brooke 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 103 



Obadiah Johnson (1702-1765) and ( ) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Roger Brooke (1637-1700) and Mary (Wolsley) Brooke ( ). 

Obadiah Johnson (1664 ) and ( ) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Brooke (1602-1655) and Mary (Mainwaring) Brooke 

( 1663). 

John Johnson (1635-1718) and Bethia (Reed) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edward Johnson (1599-1672) and ( ) ( ). 

William Monroe (Munroe) (1669-1759) of Lexing- 
»ton, Massachusetts; Ensign of Militia. 

Robert Brooke (1602- 165 5) of Maryland; Commander 
in Chief of a new county in Maryland and Member of the 
Council; Commander of Charles County, 1650; Appointed 
by Cromwell's Commissioners, President of the Council and 
Acting Governor, 1652. 

Edward Johnson (1599-1672) of Massachusetts; Dep- 
uty, 1643, et seq; Speaker, 1655; Captain, 1644; Ensign 
id Captain George Cook's Company, 1638; Lieutenant, 
1643; Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1638. 

NEVILLE MONROE HOPKINS 

Assistant Professor in Chemistry, George Washington University, Washing- 
ton City. Born, Portland, Maine, September 15, 1873. 

Son of 
Francis Neville Hopkins (1848-1879) and Frances Anna (Mon- 
roe) Hopkins (1848 ). 

Grandson of 
Gerard Thomas Hopkins (1816-1900) and Elizabeth (Coates) 

Hopkins (1823-1896). 
Nahum Parker Monroe (1S12-1873) and Ann Sarah (Johnson) 
Monroe (1821-1889). 

Great-grandson of 
Gerard Thomas Hopkins (1769-1834) and Dorothy (Brooke) 
Hopkins (1776-1857). 



104 SOCIETY OF COLONUL WARS 



Philip Monroe (— 1832) and Betsey (Briggs) Monroe (1766- 

1830). 
Alfred Johnson (1789-1852) and Nancy (Atkinson) Johnson 

(1817-1864). 

Great-great-gxandson of 

Roger Brooke (1734-1790) and Mary (Matthew) Brooke ( ). 

Philip Monroe (1717 ) and Mary ( ) Monroe ( ). 

Alfred Johnson (1766-1837) and Sarah (Cross) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

James Brooke (1705-1784,) and Deborah (Snowd^n) Brooke 

( 1758). 

William Monroe (1669-1759) and Joanna (Russell) Monroe 

( ). 

Jacob Johnson (1734-1816) and Abigail (Waldo) Johnson 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Roger Brooke (1673 ) and Elizabeth (Hatchings) Brooke 

Obadiah Johnson (1702-1.765) and ( ) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Roger Brooke (1637-1700 and Mary (Wolsley) Brooke ( ^). 

Obadiah Johnson (1664 ^-^-) and — — ( ) Johnson ( — ■ — ). 

Greatrgreat-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Brooke (1602-1,655) and Mary (Mainwaring) Brooke 

(- 1663). 

John Johnson (1635-1718) and Bethia (Reed) Johnson ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Edward Johnson (1599-1672) and ( ) ( ). 

William Monroe (Munroe) (1669-1759) of Lexington, 
Massachusetts; Ensign of Militia. 

Robert Brooke (1602- 165 5) of Maryland; Com- 
mander-in-Chief of a new county in Maryland and Member 
of the Council; Commander of Charles County, 1650; ap- 
pointed by Cromwell's Commissioners, President of the Coun- 
cil and Acting Governor, 1652. 

Edward Johnson (1599-1672) of Massachusetts; Dep- 
uty, 1643, et seq; Speaker, 1655; Captain, 1644; Ensign 
in Captain George Cook's Company, 1638; Lieutenant, 
1643; Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1638. 




JDHN WILLIAM HLNRV. 

Treasurer. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 105 



ARNOLD HARRIS HORD 

Clergyman, P. E. Church, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Born, 
Kentucky, October 13, 1867. 

Son of 

William T. Hord (1832 ) and Eleanor V. (Harris) Hord 

(1842 ). 

Grandson of 

Francis T. Hord (1797-1869) and Elizabeth S. (Moss) Hord 
(1808-1884). 
. Arnold Harris (1808-1866) and Susan W. (Armstrong) Harris 
(1817 ). 

Great-grandson of 

Elias Hord (1773-1821) and Ann (Triplett) Hord (1774-1866). 
Gideon Harris (1777-1815) and Elizabeth (Haze) Harris ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Francis Triplett (1728-1794) and Benedite ( ). 

Thomas Harris (1747 ) and Freelove (Arnold) Harris (1750 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Gideon Harris (1714-1782) and Damaris (Westcott) Harris 

(1713 ). 

Job Arnold (1707 ) and Freelove (Arnold) Arnold (172a- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Harris (1665-1741) and Phebe (Brown) Harris ( 

1721)- 
Josiah Westcott (1675-1721) and Hannah (Gardiner) Westcott 

( ). 

Thomas Arnold (1675-1727) and Elizabeth (Burlingame) Ar- 
nold (1684-1752) (parents of Job Arnold). 

Jeremiah Arnold ( ) and Freelove ( ) Arnold ( ) 

(parents of Freelove Arnold). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Thomas Harris ( 1711) and Elnathan (Tew) Harris (1664- 

1711). 
Henry Brown (1625-1703) and Waite (Waterman) Brown 

( ). 

Jeremiah Westcott ( 1686) and Eleanor (England) West- 
cott ( 1686). 

George Gardiner ( 1724) and Tabitha (Tew) Gardiner 

1653-1752). 

Richard Arnold (1642-1710) and Mary (Angell) Arnold ( 

1695). 

Eleazer Arnold (1651-1722) and Eleanor (Smith) Arnold ( 

1722 (parents of Jeremiah Arnold). 
8 



io6 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Harris (i6oo-i686) and Elizabeth ( ) Harris ( 

1687). 
Richard Tew ( 1673) and Mary (Clarke) Tew ( 

1687). 
Richard Waterman (1590-1673) and Bethia ( ) Waterman 

( 1680). 

Stukeley Westcott (1593-1672) and ( ) ( ). 

George Gardiner ( 1677) and Herodias (Hicks) Gardiner 

( ). 

Thomas Arnold (1599-1674) and Phebe (Parkhurst) Arnold 

( 1688). 

Thomas Angell (1618-1694) and Alice ( ) Angell ( — ^ 

1695). 

pRANCis Triplett (1728-1794) of Fauquicr County 
Virginia; served as a volunteer in the Militia of Prince 
William County, Virginia, under Colonel Greorge Washing- 
ton, during the French and Indian War, entering the mili- 
tary service in 1750. 

Gideon Harris (1714-1782) of Scituate, Rhode Island; 
Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 1756, 1768. 

Thomas Harris (1665-1741) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
1718. 

Thomas Arnold, Jr., (1675-1727) of Providence, 
Rhode Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode 
Island, i7ii-'23. 

Thomas Harris ( 1711) of Providence, Rhode 

Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
1671-1710. 

Henry Brown (1625- 1703) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
i652-'84;. Governor's Assistant, i672-'73. 

Richard Arnold (1642-17 10) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the Greneral Court of Rhode Island, 1671- 
1708; Speaker of the House of Deputies, i707-'o8 ; Govern- 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 107 

or's Assistant, 1 681 -'99; Member of Governor's Council (Sir 
Edmund Andros), i686. 

Eleazer Arnold (1651-1722) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
1686-1715. 

Thomas Harris (1600-1686) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Commissioner for the Province, 1652, et seq.; 
Lieutenant, 1654; Governor's Assistant, 1666; Deputy to 
the General Court of Rhode Island, i652-'73. 

Richard Tew ( 1673)' of Newrport, Rhode Island; 

' ' Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 1 654-' 65; 
Governor's Assistant, i657-'62-'63 and i666-'67. 

Richard Waterman (1590-1673) of Providence, 
Rhode Island, Deputy to General Court, i655-'58. 

Stukeley Westcott (1592-1672) of Warwick, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
i65i-'7i; Governor's Assistant, 1653. 

George Gardiner ( 1677) of Newport, Rhode 

Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
1662. 

Thomas Arnold, Sr., (1599-1674) of Providence, 
Rhode Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode 
Island, i666-'72. 

Thomas Angell (1618-1694) of Providence, Rhode 
Island; Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 
i652-'53. 

ALFRED BYRNE HORNER 

Inspector General's Office, Washington City. Born, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania, August 9, 1861. 

Son of 
Gustavus Richard Brown Horner (1804-1893) and Mary A. T. 
(Bryne) Horner (1833-1884). 



io8 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Grandson of 

William Horner (1766-1841) and Mary (Edmonds) Horner 
(1770-1837). 

Great-grandson of 

Robert Horner (1718-1773) and Ann (Brown) Horner (173a- 
1800). 

William Edmonds (1734-1816) and Elizabeth (Blackwell) Ed- 
monds (1742-1817). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Gustavus Brown (1689-1762^ and Frances (Fowke) Brown 
(1691-1744). 

William Blackwell ( 1772) and Elizabeth (Crump) Black- 
well ( 1777) • 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Gerard Fowke (1662-1734) and Sarah (Burdett) Fowke ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Gerard Fowke ( 1669) and Ann (Thoroughgood) Fowke 

( ). 

Thomas Burdett ( ) and Verlinda (Cotton) Burdett ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Adam Thoroughgood (1602-1640) and Sarah (Offley) Thorough- 
good ( ). 

William Burdett ( 1643) and Alice (Saunders) Burdett 

( ). 

William Edmonds (1734-1816) of Fauquier County, Vir- 
ginia; Captain of Company for Fauquier County, Virginia 
1734-1818; in French and Indian War, 1761. 

William Blackwell ( 1772) of Fauquier County, 

Virginia ; served as Colonel of Virginia Forces in the French 
War, 1 761. 

Gerard Fowke* ( 1669) of Virginia; Burgess from 

Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1663, also Burgess from 
Charles County to the Maryland Assembly, 1665. 

* Colonel Gerard Fowke, of Gunston Kail, Staffordshire, EJngland, was 
Gentleman of the Bed Chamber to Charles I, and had the rank of Colonel 
in the Royalist's Army and came to Virginia about 1650. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 109 

Adam Thoroughgood (1602-1640) of Hampton, Vir- 
ginia; Commissioner and Burgess for Elizabeth City in 
1629, ^Iso Burgess in 1630; Member of Council in 1637; 
Presiding Justice of the County Court of Lower Norfolk in 

1637- 

William Burdett ( 1643) of Northampton, Vir- 
ginia; Burgess from Northampton County, Virginia. 

FREDERIC WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER 

sPresident of the United Land Company. Born, Meadville, Pennsylvania, 
September 12, 1840. 

Son of 
Edgar Huidekoper (1812-1862) and Frances (Shippen) Huide- 
koper (1818-1897). 

Grandson of 

Harm Jan Huidekoper (1776-1854) and Rebecca (Colhoon) Hui- 
dekoper (1779-1839). 

Henry Shippen (1788-1839) and Elizabeth Wallis (Evans) Ship- 
pen (1798-1875). 

Great-grandson of 

Andrew Colhoon ( 1794) and Esther (McDowell) Colhoon 

(1752-1795). 

Joseph Shippen (1732-1810) and Jane (Galloway) Shippen 
(1745-1801). ' 

Evan Rice Evans (1763-1811) and Grace (Wallis) Evans (1777- 

1804). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Andrew McDowell ( 1778) and Sarah (Shanklin) Mc- 
Dowell ( ). 

Edward Shippen (1703-1781) and Sarah (Plumley) Shippen 
(1706-1735). 

Evan Evans (1732-1794) and Margaret (Nevin) Evans ( ). 

Joseph Jacob Wallis (1745-1795) and Elizabeth (Lukens) Wal- 
lis ( 1793)- 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Shippen (1678-1741) and Abigail (Grosse) Shippen (1677- 
1716). 

Charles Plumley ( 1708) and Rose (Budd) Plumley (1680 

). 



1 10 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



John Evans (1700-1738) and Jane (Howell) Evans ( — ^ 1788). 
Samuel Wallis 2nd (1705-1754) and Grace (Jacob) Wallis (1718- 
1780). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edward Shippen (1639-1713) and Elizabeth (Lybrand) Shippen 

( 1688). 

Thomas Budd ( 1697) and Susannah ( ) Budd ( 

1708). 
Thomas Jacob ( ) and Mary (Robinson) Jacob ( 1730). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Robinson (1666-1738) and Katherine (Hollingsworth) 
Robinson (1663-1746). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Valentine Hollingsworth (1632-1710) and Ann (Lee) Hollings- 
worth (1628-1671). 

Joseph Shippen (1732-1810) of Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia; Colonel of Pennsylvania Troops in Provihcial Army, 
in the French and Indian Wars; served in Braddock's Ex- 
pedition against Fort Duquesne. 

Andrew McDowell ( 1778) of Scotland and Penn- 
sylvania; was Colonel of one of the Associator Regiments of 
Chester County, Pennsylvania, i747-'48. 

Edward Shippen (1703-1781) of Lancaster, Pennsylva- 
nia; Paymaster British and Provincial Forces, French and 
Indian War, and for his services received public thanks, 
1760; Mayor of Philadelphia, 1744; Judge of the Court 
of Common Pleas, i746-'48. 

Evan Evans (i 732-1 794) of Chester, Pennsylvania; 
Member of Chester County Associators, and of the Commit- 
tee of Observation for Chester County, 1774. 

John Evans (1700-1738) Member of the Assembly of 
Pennsylvania, i734-'37. 

Edward Shippen (1639-1712) of Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania; Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1 1 1 

Company, of Boston, 1669; Speaker of the Assembly, 1695; 
Member of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, 1696- 
17 12; Judge of the Supreme Court and Presiding Judge of 
the Court of Common Pleas, 1697; First Mayor of Phila- 
delphia, 1 701; Acting Governor, 1703; President of the 
Provincial Council, i702-'o4. 

Thomas Budd ( 1697) of Burlington, New Jersey, 

and Philadelphia; was one of the Proprietors of West Jer- 
sey and assisted in the establishment of a code of laws for 
the Province in 1676; was one of the Receivers General for 
the collection of debts in 1681; Regulator of Weights and 
measures, 1681; Land Commissioner, 1 681 -'83; Member 
of the Governor's Council, i682-'83; Member of the As- 
sembly, i682-'83-'85 ; Treasurer of the Province, 1683; 
Commissioner to England, 1685. 

Valentine Hollingsworth (1632-1710) ; was a mem- 
ber of the Pennsylvania Assembly, i682-'83, i687-'89, 1695 
and 1700. 

THOMAS HYDE 

Banker, Washington City. Born, Georgetown, District of Columbia, 
January 27, 1839. 

Son of 

Anthony Hyde (1810-1892) and Anna Maria (Smith) Hyde 

(1808-1892). 

Grandson of 

William Smith ( r8o9) and Middleton (Belt) Smith (1777 

Great-grandson of 

Joseph Smith ( iSoi) and Lucy ( ) Smith (- ). 

Middleton Belt (1747-1807) and Mary Ann (Dyer) Belt (1745- 

1830). 

Great-great-grandson of 

William Smith (1693-1750) and Lucy ( -) Smith ( i777)- 

Joseph Belt (1716-1793) and Esther (Smith) Belt (1722-1796). 



1 12 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-grandson of 
Nathan Smith ( 1710) and Elizabeth (Coale) Smith (1671 

William Smith (1693-1750) and Jane (Edmonston) Smith ( ) 

(parents of Esther Smith). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
William Coale ( 1678) and Elizabeth (Thomas) Coale 

( 1735)- 

Archibald Edmonston (1670-1734) and Jane (Beall) Edmonston 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Philip Thomas (1600-1675) and Sarah (Harrison) Thomas 

( 1687). 

NiNiAN Beall (1625-1717) and Ruth ( ) Beall ( ). 

Philip Thomas (1600-1675) of Maryland; Lieutenant 
of Provincial Forces prior to 1656; High Commissioner 
governing Maryland, i656-'58; and one of those effecting 
the surrender of the Province to the Proprietary, 1658. 

NiNiAN Beall (1625-17 17) of Maryland; Lieutenant 
of Lord Baltimore's yacht, called the "Loyall Charter," 
1676; Captain of the Provincial Forces, 1678; served 
against the Susquehannocks, i688-'89; Major of Calvert 
County Militia, September 4, 1689; represented Prince 
George's County in the House of Burgesses, i6g6-'99. 

HENRY LOWRY EMILIUS JOHNSON 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Washington Gty, November 11, 1858. 

Son of 

Henry L. Johnson (1823-1888) and Emily E. (FitzGerald) John- 
son (1834 ). 

Grandson of 

William Pitt Nelson FitzGerald (1805-1867) and Sarah (Good- 
year) FitzGerald (1810-1841). 

Great-grandson of 

Thaddeus Goodyear (1775-1820) and Eliza (Van Randst) Good- 
year (1787-1829). 




ALBERT CHARLES PEALE. 
Registrar. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 113 



Great-great-grandson of 

Theophilus Goodyear (1731-1793) and Sarah (Munson) Good- 
year (1732-1775). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Theophilus Goodyear (1698-1757) and Esther (Sperry) Goodyear 
(1703-1760). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Goodyear (1650-1702) and Abigail (Gibbard) Goodyear 
(1660-1717). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Stephen Goodyear (1603-1658) and loidoiv Margaret (Lamber- 
ton) Goodyear (1614-1670). 

* Stephen Goodyear (1603-1658) of New Haven Colony; 
Deputy-Governor of New Haven Colony, i64i-'58; Com- 
missioner for United Colonies, 1645, also 1647 and i6so-'i; 
Member of General Court of New Haven, 1643. 

JOSEPH TABER JOHNSON 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Lowell, Massachusetts, June 36, 1845. 

Son of 
Lorenzo Dow Johnson ( ) and Mary (Surges) Johnson 

Grandson of 

Jeremiah Johnson (1763-1847) and Thomazin (Blanchard) John- 
son (1765-1825). 

Great-grandson of 

Nehemiah Blanchard (1736 ) and Mary D. (Gibson) Blanch- 
ard (1737 ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Blanchard (1701-1765) and Hannah (Thayer) Blanch- 
ard (1698 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
Ephraim Thayer (1669-1757) and Sarah (Bass) Thayer (1672- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Bass (1632-1716) and Ruth (Alden) Bass ( 1647). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Alden (1597-1687) and Priscilla (Mullens) Alden ( ). 



1 14 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

John Alden (1597-1687) of Plymouth and Duxbury, 
Massachusetts; was in Company of Captain Myles Standish, 
1643; Governor's Assistant, 1632, '40, '50, '86; Deputy 
for Duxbury in General Court, 1 641 -'49; Member of the 
Council of War, 1646, et seq. for Plymouth Colony. 

ARTHUR KEITH 

Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey. Born, St. Louis, Missouri, September 

30, 1864. 

Son of 
Harrison Alonzo Keith (1839 ) and Mary Elizabeth (Rich- 
ardson) Keith (1836 ). 

Grandson of 

Jacob Richardson (1794-1864) and Mary (Brown) Richardson 

(1805 ). . 

Great-grandson of 

Jacob Richardson (1769-1839) and Sarah (Lewis) Richardson 

Great-great-grandson of 
Jacob Richardson (1742-1817) and Sarah (Brown) Richardson 

(1742-1825). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Hezekiah Richardson (1715-1795) and Elizabeth (Walker) Rich- 
ardson (1716-1792). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Richardson (1679-1753) and Mary (Peacock) Rich- 
ardson ( 1756). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Richardson (1645-1720) and Mary (Stevenson) Rich- 
ardson (1645-1690). 

Thomas Richardson (1645-1720) of Billerica, Massa- 
chusetts; served in Captain Samuel Gallup's Company in 
Expedition to Canada, 1690; Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay Colony, i703-'o4. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 115 



HENRY MYRON KENDALL 

Major (Retired), U. S. Army, Soldiers' Home, Washington City. Born, 
Brookfield, Massachusetts, September 17, 1S38, 

Son of 

Paul Raymond Kendall (1792-1845) and Jane (Nickerson) Ken- 
dall (1796-1852). 

Grandson of 

Jesse Kendall, Jr. (1756-1817) and Elizabeth (Raymond) Ken- 
dall. (1760-1848). 

Nathan Nickerson (1763-1849) and Sarah (Nickerson) Nickerson 
(1761-1823), 

Great-grandson of 

Jesse Kendall (1727-1797) and Elizabeth (Evans) Kendall 

(1732-1813). 
Edward Raymond (1728-1798) and Abigail (Patch) Raymond 

(1730-1814). 
Seth Nickerson (1737-1801) and Mary (Smith) Nickerson (1740- 

1778). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Kendall (1682-1764) and Elizabeth ( ) Kendall 

(1687-1741). 

Paul Raymond (1695-1759) and Tabitha (Balch) RajTnond 
(1702 ). 

Ebenezer Nickerson (1697-1768) and Elizabeth (Mayo) Nicker- 
son (1706-1789). 

Seth Smith (1713 ) and Elizabeth ( ) Smith ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

William Raymond (1666-1701) and Mary (Kettle) Raymond 

(1660 ). 

William Nickerson (1658-1720) and Mary (Snow) Nickerson 

(1661-1703). 
John Mayo (1652-1725) and Hannah (Freeman) Mayo (1662- 

1743)- 
John Smith (1673 ) and Bethiah (Snow) Smith ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Raymond (1637-1709) and Hannah (Bishop) Raymond 

(1640 ). 

John Freeman (1627-1719) and Mercy (Prince) Freeman (1631- 

1711). 
Samuel Smith (1641-1696) and Mary (Hopkins) Smith (1646- 

)• 

Mark Snow (1628-1695) and Jane (Prince) Snow (1637 ). 



1 1 6 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Edmund Freeman (1589-1682) and Elizabeth ( ) Freeman 

( 1675). 

Thomas Prince (1600-1673) and Patience (Brewster^ Prince 

( 1634). 

Giles Hopkins (1605-1690) and Catherine (Wheldon) Hopkins 

( ). 

Nicholas Snow ( 1676) and Constance (Hopkins) Snow 

( 1674). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Brewster (1563-1644) and Mary ( ) Brewster 

(1569-1627). 
Stephen Hopkins ( 1644) and Elizabeth ( ) Hopkins 

( ). 

Samuel Kendall (1682-1764) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; commissioned by Governor Belcher as Lieutenant of 
Massachusetts Militia in 1732. 

William Nickerson (1658-1720) of Yarmouth, Mas- 
sachusetts; served in King Philip's War in the Company 
under Captain Michael Pierce, of Scituate, 1676. 

William Raymond (or Rayment) (1637-1709) of 
Beverly, Massachusetts; in the Narragansett Fort or Great 
Swamp Fight, 1675, in the Salem Company under Captain 
Joseph Gardner; Lieutenant-Commander of Beverly and 
Wenham Troop, 1683; Deputy for Beverly, 1685; in com- 
mand of the Beverly Company in the Expedition against 
Canada in 1690. 

John Freeman (1627-1719) of Massachusetts; Deputy 
for Eastham, 1 654-' 62; Assistant in Plymouth Colony, 
1666 and 1667; Major in Expedition against the Indians 
at Saconett, 1667; Member of the Council of War, 1675- 
'76; Captain in fight against the Indians at Taunton, 1675 ; 
Major of Barnstable Troop, 1685. 

Edmund Freeman (1589-1682) of Sandwich, Massa- 
chusetts; Assistant Plymouth Colony, i640-'45; Member 



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of the Council of War, 1642; Deputy from Sandwich, 
1646. 

Thomas Prince (or Prence) (1600-1673) of Ply- 
mouth, Massachusetts; was Assistant Plymouth Colony, 
i635-'39, 1646 and 1656; Member of the Council of War 
and served against the Pequot Indians, 1637; Commissioner 
for the United Colonies, 1645, 1650, 1661 ; Governor of 
Plymouth Colony, 1634, 1638 and i657-'73. 

Giles Hopkins (1605-1690) of Plymouth Colony; came 
in the Mayflower in 1620; Volunteer in campaign against 
' • Pequot Indians, 1637. 

William Brewster (1563- 1644) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; drafted and signed the Compact in cabin of the 
Mayflower in 1620; one of the Founders of the Plymouth 
Plantation; Member and Chaplain of the first military com- 
pany organized at Plymouth under Captain Myles Standish 
and served against the Indians. 

Stephen Hopkins ( 1644) of Plymouth Colony; 

came on Mayflower and was one of the signers of the "Com- 
pact;" Assistant Plymouth Colony, i633-'36; Member 
of Governor's Council; Volunteer in the Pequot War,. 
1637; in the Council of War, 1642. 

GEORGE WYCHERLY KIRKMAN 

Captain, U. S. Army. Born, Galveston, Texas, February 26, 1867. 
Son of ' 

Joel T. Kirkman (1837 ) and Lucy Fanny (Walker) Kirk- 
man (1845-1867). 

Grandson of 

Thomas Kirkman (1815-1850) and Catherine (Sweet) Kirkman 

(1818-1850). 

Great-grandson of 

Joel Sweet (1794-1859) and Patience Rathbone (Dodge) Sweet 
(1794-1853). 



1 1 8 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Dodge (1762-1822) and Hepsabeth (Rose) Dodge 
(1762-1822). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Dodge (1734 ) and Catharine (Dunn) Dodge 

(1740 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Hezekiah Dodge (1690 ) and Patience (Rathbone) Dodge 

(1697 0- 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Samuel Rathbone (1672-1757) and Patience (Coggeshall) Rath- 
bone (1669-1747). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Coggeshall (1618-1708) and Patience (Throckmortin) 
Cosreeshall ( ).. 

John Coggeshall (1618-1708) of Rhode Island; Gen- 
eral Treasurer for Portsmouth and Newport, 1653; for 
Providence and Newport, 1654; Deputy, i665-'7i and 
1676; Member of Court Martial for trial of Indians en- 
gaged in King Philip's designs, 1676; Major for the Island, 
i683-'4; Deputy-Governor, 1686, 1689 ^nd 1696; Assist- 
ant, i663-'4-'5, i672-'4-'6, i683-'4-'6,- General Treasurer 
for the whole Colony, i664-'72; General Recorder, i676-'7, 
1 69 1 -'2. 

VAN LEER KIRKMAN 

Parmer, Nashville, Tennessee. Born, Nashville, Tennessee, March 23, 1849. 

Son of 

Hugh Kirkman (i8io-i86i) and Eleanora C. (Van Leer) Kirk- 
man (1821-1849). 

Grandson of 

Anthony Wayne Van Leer (1783-1863) and Rebecca (Brady) 
Van Leer ( 1826). 

Great-grandson of 

Samuel Van Leer ( ) and Hannah (Wayne) Van Leer 

( 1786). 



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Great-great-grandson of 
Isaac Wayne (1699-1774) and Elizabeth (Iddings) Wayne 

( — )■ 

Isaac Wayne (1699-1774) of Pennsylvania; Captain in 
the Provincial Forces of Pennsylvania, i755-'56; repre- 
sented the County of Chester in the Provincial Assembly, 
i757-'63. He was the father of Major-General Anthony 
Wayne. 

WILLIAM SALSBURY KNOX 

George W. Knox Express Company, Washington City. Born, Tinmouth, 
Vermont, November i6, 1862. 

Son of 

George William Knox (1829-1892) and Belary Ann (Salsbury) 
Knox ( ). 

Grandson of 

Jesse Knox (1805-1879) and Sarah (Sherburne) Knox (1805- 
1864). 

Great-grandson of 

Eleazer Kjiox ( ) and Tamson (Tibbetts) Knox ( ). 

John Sherburne (1782-1857) and Rebecca (Sheppard) Sherburne 
(1783-1832). 

Great-great-grandson of 

William Knox (1748-1851) and Sarah (Alley) Knox (1748- 
1838). 

John Sherburne ( ) and Hannah (Elliot) Sherburne ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Knox (1717 ) and Mary Jones (Falls) Knox ( ). 

John Sherburne (1723 ) and Miriam ( ) Sherburne 

( )• 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Zachariah Knox ( ) and Sarah ( ) Knox ( ). 

John Sherburne (1678 ) and Jane (Drake) Sherburne (1691 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Sylvanus Knox ( ) and Elizabeth (Emery) Knox ( 

1704) . 
Samuel Sherburne (1638-1691) and Love (Hutchins) Sherburne 

(1647-1739). 



I20 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

James Emery (1630 ) and ( ) Emery ( ). 

Henry Sherburne ( 1680) and Rebecca (Gibbons) Sherburne 

{ 1667). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Anthony Emery ( ) and ( ) Emery { ). 

Ambrose Gibbons (1600-1656) and ( ) Gibbons ( ). 

Samuel Sherburn (1638-1691) of Hampton, New 
Hampshire; killed by the Indians at Meregnoit, in King 
William's War while serving as Captain. 

James Emery (1630 ) of Kittery, Maine; Deputy 

to the Massachusetts General Court, 1693, '95. 

Anthony Emery ( ) of Kittery, Maine, and 

Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Deputy to the Massachu- 
setts General Court, 1672. 

Ambrose Gibbons (1600- 1656); Deputy-Governor of 
New Hampshire, 1630; Captain, Portsmouth Colony Alarm, 
1643. 

CHARLES FORD LANGWORTHY 

Food and Nutrition Expert, U. S. Department of Agriculture. Born, Mid- 
dlebury, Vermont, August, 9, 1864. 

Son of 

Charles Parker Langworthy (1832-1898) and Ann Elizabeth 
(Ford) Langworthy (1832-1902). 

Grandson of 

Myron Langworthy (1803-1888) and Sally (Wheeler) Lang- 
worthy (1809-1859). 

Great-grandson of 

John Parker Wheeler (1788-1864) and Sally (Shedd) Wheeler 
(1784-1826). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Joel Wheeler (1748 post 1800) and Mary (Proctor) Wheeler 

(1758-1800). 
Amos Shed (1758-1821) and Tryphena (Hadley) Shed (1762- 

1851). 







Historian. 



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Great-great-great-grandson of 
James Proctor (1720 ) and Hannah (Nutting) Proctor 

Daniel Shed (1715 ) and Mary (Tarbell) Shed (1721 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Proctor (1694-1783) and Mary ( ) Proctor ( 

1781). 
William Tarbell (1689 ) and Mary (Farnsworth) Tarbell ' 

(1696-1784). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Proctor (1663 ) and Miriam ( ) Proctor ( ). 

Thomas Tarbell ( 1717) and Elizabeth (Blood) Tarbell 

( )• 

Benjamin Farnsworth (1653 ) and Mary (Prescott) Farns- 
worth (1674 )■ 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Proctor ( 1697) and Jane (Hildreth) Proctor 

( ). 

Matthias Farnsworth (1612-1689) and Mary (Farr) Farns- 
worth ( 1716)- 

Jonas Prescott (1648-1723) and Mary (Leper) Prescott ( 

1735)- 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Hildreth (1605-1688) and Sarah ( ) Hildreth 

( ). 

John Proctor (1694-1783) of Massachusetts; served in 
Captain Robert Richardson's Company (Snow Shoe Com- 
pany) of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, in 1724 in the Fourth 
Indian War (Lovell's War). 

Thomas Tarbell ( 1717) of Groton, Massachu- 
setts ; served in King Philip's War in the Company of Cap- 
tain Thomas Wheeler ; was in Captain James Parker's Com- 
pany in one of the Groton Garrisons, 1 691 -'92; took part in 
an engagement with the Indians about 1704 when his sons 
John and Zachariah were captured. 

Benjamin Farnsworth (1653 ) of Lynn and 

Groton, Massachusetts; served in one of the Garrisons of 
Grotcn in i69i-'92. 
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122 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Robert Proctor ( 1697) of Massachusetts; served 

as a soldier in King Philip's War; also in Garrison at 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts, i69i-'2. 

Matthias Farnsworth (16 12-1689) of Groten, Mas- 
sachusetts; served with Major Willard in 1675; fled to 
Concord after a fight with the Indians in March, 1676. 

Jonas Prescott (1648-1723) of Groton, Massachusetts; 
Captain of the Groton Company, in King William's War, 
1689; Deputy to the General Court of the Colony of Mas- 
sachusetts, 1699, et seq. 

Richard Hildreth (1605-1688) of Woburn and 
Chelmsford, Massachusetts; Sergeant in the Military Com- 
pany prior to 1663 and served until 1664. 

DANIEL READ EARNED 

Major (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Connecticut, July 26, 1828. 
Son of 
George Lamed (1793-1874) and Maria C. (Read) Lamed (1793- 

1833). 

Grandson of 

Thaddeus Lamed (1756-1818) and Abigail (Russell) Lamed 
(1766-1797). 

Great-grandson of 

Simon Lamed (1721-1807) and Rebekah (Merrill) Lamed 
(i7i8-i8oz). 

Great-great-grandson of 

William Larned (1688-1747) and Hannah (Bryant) Larned 
(1696-1747). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Isaac Learned, Jr. (1655-1737) and Sarah (Bigelow) Learned 
(i6s9 )• 

Isaac Learned, Jr. (1655-1737) ; served in Captain Dav- 
enport's Company, and was wounded in a fight with the 
Narragansett Indians; served in Captain Sill's Company, in 
King Philip's War. 



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WILLIAM AGNEW LITTLE 

Chief Paymaster's Office, Department of the Kast. Born, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, May 9, 1848. 

Son of 

Arthur Williamson Little (1S19-189S) and Martha Jane 
(Agnew) Little (1825-1875). 

Grandson of 

John T. Little (1791-1835) and Eleanor (Williamson) Little 
(1787-1836). 

Great-grandson of 

Thomas Little (1741-1810) and Lydia (Drummond) Little 
(1760-1810). 
^ Great-great-grandson of 

John Little (1713-1785) and Mercy (Longstreet) Little ( 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Little (1675-1750) and Hannah (Allen) Little ( 

1753)- 

John Little (1675-1750) of New Jersey; Lieutenant 
Colonel of the Monmouth County Regiment in charge of 
watches at Squan, Deal, Highlands of Navesink, etc., 1746. 



OSCAR FITZALAN LONG 

Brigadier-General (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Utica, New York, 
June 16, 1853. 

Son of 

William Wallace Long (1829-1893) and Eva Eliza (Veeder) 

Long (1830 ). 

Grandson of 

Samuel Veeder (1780-1849) and Janetje (Mabie) Veeder (1797- 

Great-grandson of 
Lucas Wyngart Veeder (1757 ) and Susanna (Bratt) Veeder 

( — V 

Jacob Mabie (1773-1833) and Eva (Van Patten) Mabie (1771- 
1863). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Simon Veeder (1709-1786) and Catalyntje (Valkert) Veeder 
( ). 



124 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Cornelius Mabie (1741-1789) and Hester (Groat) Mabie (1742- 
1822). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Johannes Veeder ( 1746) and Susanna (Wemp) Veeder 

( ). 

Jacob Mabie (1698-1755) and Catrina (Vrooman) Mabie ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Simon Volkertsie Veeder (1624-1697) and ( ). 

Jan Pietersie Mabie ( 1725) and Anna (Barsboom) Mabie 

( ). 

Simon Volkertsie Veeder (1624-1697) of Schenectady, 
New York ; a defender of Schenectady when it was attacked 
and destroyed by the French and Indians, 1690. 

Jan Pietersie Mabie ( 1725) of Schenectady, New 

York; Freedholder in Albany; his stone garrison house was 
successfully defended against the French and Indians when 
Schenectady was destroyed in 1690; served on all the 
"alarms" to repel attacks, and enrolled men under Colonial 
sanction. 

CHARLES ADDISON MANN 

Washington City. Born, Washington City, May 4, 1875. 

Son of 

Charles Addison Mann (1835-1896) and Mary Elizabeth (Lee) 

Mann (1844 ). 

Grandson of 

Charles Addison Mann (1803-1860) and Emma (Bagg) Mann 
(1813-1887). 

Great-grandson of 

Abijah Mann (1761-1856) and Levinia (Ford) Mann (1768- 

1813). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Abijah Mann (1734-1809) and Sarah (Porter) Mann (1731 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Man (1693 ) and Mary (Sprague) Man ( 

1735)- 



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Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Richard Man (1652-1728) and Elizabeth (Sutton) Man (1662 
)• 

Richard Man (1652-1728) ; served in the Indian Wars 
in Connecticut, and was in the "Narragansett Sortie." 

GEORGE COLTON MAYNARD 

Assistant Curator, U. S. National Museum, Washington City. Born, Ann 
Arbor, Michigan, October 23, 1839. 

Son of 

Charles Moseley Maynard (1800-1852) and Sophronia (Colton) 

Maynard (1809-1861). 

Grandson of 
Ezra Maynard (1771-1846) and Raney (Moseley) Maynard 

(1775-1856). 
Henry Colton (1771-1831) and Lydia (Booth) Colton (1768- 

1838). 

Great-grandson of 

JosiAH Moseley (1748-1826) and Abigail (Holt) Moseley (i7S3- 

1834). 
Henry Colton (1738-1787) and Mary (Burt) Colton (174S- 

1783). 
Joseph Booth (1736-1810) and Mary (Hale) Booth (1733-1809). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Moseley (1714-1777) and Anna (Abbot) Moseley (1721- 

1803). 
Ebenezer Colton (1696-1765) and Deborah (Chandler) Colton 

(1709-1769). 
Joseph Booth (1710-1784) and Sarah (Chandler) Booth (1707- 

1777). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Consider Moseley (1675-1755) and Elizabeth (Bancroft) Mose- 

Thomas Colton (1651-1728) and Hannah (Bliss) Colton (1665- 

1737). 
Henry Chandler (1667-1737) and Lydia (Abbot) Chandler 

(1675-1739). 
Zachariah Booth (i666 ) and Mary (Harmon) Booth ( ). 

Greatgreat-great-great-grandson of 
John Moseley [Maudesley] (1640-1690) and Mary (Newberry) 
Moseley ( ). 



1 26 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



George Colton ( 1699) a°d Deborah (Gardner) Colton 

( 1689). 

Thomas Chandler ( 1703) and Hannah (Brewer) Chand- 
ler ( I7I7)- 

Simeon Booth (1641 ) and Rebecca (Frost) Booth ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Booth (1602 ) and ( ) Booth ( ). 

JosiAH MosELEY (1748-1826) of Wcstfield, Massachu- 
setts; served in Captain James Noble's Company, Colonel 
Easton's Regiment in the Expedition to Canada, 1775. 

Consider Moseley (1675-1755) of Westfield, Massa- 
chusetts; his house was fortified and made a refuge for the 
inhabitants against attacks of the Indians. 

Thomas Colton (1651- 1728) of Longmeadow, Massa- 
chusetts ; Ensign to the Foot Company, at Springfield, Mas- 
sachusetts, 1681 ; Lieutenant under Captain John Pynchon, 

1685. 

John Moseley (1640-1690); of Westfield, Massachu- 
setts; served as a Lieutenant in Westfield Company of Foot, 
in King Philip's War. 

George Colton ( 1699) of Longmeadow, Mas- 
sachusetts; Quartermaster of the County Troop in Hamp- 
shire, 1668; Deputy from Springfield, i669-'7i, '77. 

Thomas Chandler ( 1703) of Massachusetts; 

Deputy from Andover to the General Court, i678-'8i; 
Lieutenant in the Andover Foot Compony, 1683. 

Robert Booth (1602 ) of Saco, Maine; Magis- 
trate and Selectman in Saco, 1653; Deputy from Saco to the 
General Court, 1659. 

WILLIAM PARK METCALF 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, Washington City, December 2, 1861. 

Son of 

William Williams Metcalf (1834 ) and G. Helen (May- 

nard) Metcalf (1836 ). 



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Grandson of 

Jabez Metcalf (1786-1852) and Deborah (McCall) Metcalf 

(1793-1869). 
Moses Maynard (1792-1862) and Crissa (Johnson) Maynard 

(1796-1847). 

Great-grandson of 

Joseph Metcalf (1769-1803) and Clarissa (Thomas) Metcalf 

(1768-1810). 
Ozias McCall (1758-1826) and Elizabeth (Williams) McCall 

(1759-1839). 
William Johnson (1759-1816) and Mary (Knox) Johnson (1759- 

1853)- 

Great-great-grandson of 

Jabez Metcalf (1718-1794) and Sybil (Hyde) Metcalf (1730- 
• 1791)- 

Peleg Thomas (1736-1836) and Molly (Bartlett) Thomas (1743- 

1819). 
Veach Williams (1727-1804) and Lucy (Walsworth) Williams 

(1732-1795). 
Joseph Johnson (1720-1787) and Abigail (Slafter) Johnson 
(1724-1811). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Hyde (1691-1776) and Priscilla (Bradford) Hyde (1702- 

1778). 
Ebenezer Williams (1691-1740) and Mary (Vetch) Williams 

( 1782). 

William Walsworth (1691 ) and Mary (Avery) Walsworth 

(1695-1739). 
Josiah Bartlett (1701-1782) and Mercy (Chandler) Bartlett 

( 1781). 

William Johnson (1686-1752) and Hannah ( ) ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Bradford ( 1747) and Ann (Fitch) Bradford (1675- 

1715)- 

Isaac Williams (1661-1739) and Elizabeth (Hyde) Williams 
(1659-1699). 

Samuel Avery (1664-1723) and Susan (Palmes) Avery (1665- 
1747)- 

Ichabod Bartlett( 1679 — '■ — ) and Elizabeth (Waterman) Bart- 
lett ( 1708). 

William Johnson (1656-1729) and Esther (Gardner) Johnson 
(1659-1706). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

William Bradford (1624-1703) and Alice (Richard) Bradford 
( ). 



128 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Isaac Williams (1638-1707) and Martha (Park) Williams 

(1643-1676). 
James Fitch (1622-1702) and Priscilla (Mason) Fitch (1641 

James Avery (162071694) and Joanna (Greenslade) Avery 

( ). 

William Palmes ( 1677) ^nd Ann (Humfrey) Palmes (1621- 

1695). 
Benjamin Bartlett ( 1691) and Sarah (Brewster) Bartlett 

William Johnson (1629-1704) and Esther (Wiswald) Johnson 

( 1707)- 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Bradford (1588-1657) and Alice Carpenter (South- 
worth) Bradford (1590-1670). 

ToHN Mason (1600-1672) and Ann (Peck) Mason ( ). 

John Humfrey (1595-1661) and Lady Susan (Clinton) Hum- 
frey ( ). 

Robert Bartlett (1603-1670) and Mary (Warren) Bartlett 
( )■ 

Love Brewster ( 1650) and Sarah (Collier) Brewster ( ). 

Edward Johnson (1599-1672) and Susan ( ) Johnson (1597- 

1690). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson o£ 

Richard Warren ( 1628) and Elizabeth ( ) Warren 

( ). 

William Brewster (1566-1644) and ( ) Brewster 

( )• 

William Collier ( 1670) and Jane ( ) Collier ( ). 

Veach Williams (1727-1804) of Lebanon, Connecticut; 
Captain of Militia, 1765; Deputy, 1765. 

James Fitch (1622- 1702) of Norwich, Connecticut; 
Chaplain of the Connecticut Forces, in the Great Swamp 
Fight, in King Philip's War. 

Isaac Williams (1638-1707) of Newton, Massachu- 
setts; commanded a Troop of Horse, in Newton, Massa- 
chusetts; served in King Philip's War; Deputy to General 
Court, 1692-1705. 

James Avery (1620-1694) of New London, Connecti- 
cut; Ensign, Lieutenant, and Captain of the New London 




REV. CALEB ROCHFORD STETSON. 
Chaplain. 



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Company; served throughout King Philip's War in com- 
mand of soldiers from Stonington, New London, and Lyme; 
Captain of one of the four companies which protected the 
frontier, 1676; Deputy to the General Court, i656-'8o. 

Benjamin Bartlett ( 1691) of Duxbury, Massa- 
chusetts; was Lieutenant of Duxbury Militia; Deputy to 
General Court, 1685. 

William Bradford (1588-1657); Signer of the May- 
flower Compact; Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

John Mason (1600-1672) ; one of the founders of Con- 
necticut; commanded the Forces in the Pequot War, 1637; 
Assistant, i642-'6o; Deputy-Governor, i66o-'7o; Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the Military Forces of the Colony, and 
organized the first Troop of Horse, i657-'58. 

John Humphrey (1595-1661); one of the original 
patentees, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1627; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1630; Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1641 ; First Major-General of the Colony. 

Robert Bartlett (1603-1670); served in Captain 
Myles Standish's Company. 

Edward Johnson (1599-1672) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court, i643-'7i, excepting 
1648; Speaker, 1655; Captain of the First Train Band, 
1644; Ensign, 1638; Lieutenant, 1643; one of the Founders 
of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1637, 
Colony of Massachusetts Bay. 

Richard Warren ( 1628) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; served in the early Indian Wars, under Captain 
Myles Standish. 

William Brewster (1566- 1644) of Plymouth, Massa- 



I30 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

chusetts; drafted, in the cabin of the Mayflower, the first 
written Constitution; He served in the early Indian Wars, 
under Captain Myles Standish. 

William Collier ( 1670) ; of Duxbury, Massa- 
chusetts; Assistant, Plymouth Colony, i634-'65; Member 
of Council of War, Commissioner of the United Colonies, 
1643. 

BENJAMIN DE MIER MILLER 

Lumber Dealer, Washington City. Born, Winchester, Virginia, February 

I, 1856. 

Son of 

Benjamin Miller (1821-1882) and Martha (Libbey) Miller 

(1834 ). ^ ^ ^ 

Grandson of 

Joseph Libbey (1793-1866) and Louisa (Myers) Libbey ( 

1873). 

Great-grandson of 

John Libbey (1760-1812) and Sarah (Leathers) Libbey ( 

1850). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ephraim Libbey (1732-1783) and Sarah (Morrell) Libbey ( 

1760). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Ephraim Libbey (1702-1776) and Mary (Ambler) Libbey ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

David Libbey (1657-1736) and Eleanor ( ) Libbey ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Libbey (1602-1682) and ( ) Libbey ( ). 

John Libbey (1602-1682) of Scarborough, Maine; was 
Constable of Scarborough, 1664; First Selectman, 1669; 
he bore arms in defense of Scarborough in King Philip's 
War, 1675; was one of the garrison of Scarborough; De- 
fended Black Point against Indians, 1676. 



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EDWARD AUGUSTUS MOSELEY 

Secretary, Interstate Commerce Commission. Born, Newburyport, Massa- 
chusetts! March 23, 2846, 

Son of 

Edward Strong Moseley (1813-1900) and Charlotte Augusta 
(Chapman) Moseley (1812-1893). 

Grandson of 

Ebenezer Moseley (1781-1854) and Mary Ann (Oxnard) Moseley 
(1787-1840). 

George Thomas Chapman (1786-1872) and Alice (Buck) Chap- 
man (1794-1870). 

Great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Moseley (1741-1825) and Martha (Strong) Moseley 

(1749-1827). 
Edward Oxnard (1746-1802) and Mary (Fox) Oxnard ( 

183s). 
Ebenezer Buck (1752-1824) and Mary (Brown) Buck (176a- 

1849). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Moseley (1708-1791) and Bethia (Otis) Moseley (1703- 
1750). 

Caleb Strong (1710 ) and Phebe (Lyman) Strong ( ). 

Jabez Fox (1705-1755) and Ann Jones (Hodge) Fox ( ). 

Jonathan Buck ( ) and ( ) Buck ( ). 

John Brown (1732-1817) and (Gilmore) Brown ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer Moseley (1673-1740) and Hannah (Weeks) Moseley 

(1677-1747)- 
Joseph Otis (1665-1754) and Dorothy (Thomas) Otis (1670- 

i7SS)- 

Jonathan Strong (1680 ) and Mehitable (Stebbins) Strong 

( 1761). 

Moses Lyman (1689-1762) and Mindwell (Sheldon) Lyman 

( 1783). 

John Fox (— : — 1756) and Mary (Tyng) Fox (1684 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Moseley ( 1706) and Mary Cooper (Lawrence) 

Moseley ( 172^). 

John Weeks (1651-1690) and Sarah (Hamon) Weeks ( ). 

Nathaniel Thomas (1643-1718) and Deborah (Jacob) Thomas 

( 1696). 

Ebenezer Strong (1643 ) and Hannah (Clapp) Strong 

( )• 



132 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Joseph Stebbins (1652-1728) and Sarah (Dorchester) Stebbins 

Moses Lyman (1662-1700) and Ann ( ) Lyman ( ). 

Edward Tyng (1649 ) and Elizabeth (Clark) Tyng ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Moseley ( 1661) and Cicely ( ) Moseley ( 

1661). 
Nathaniel Thomas (1606-1674) and ( ) Thomas 

John Strong (1605-1699) and Abigail (Ford) Stronof ( ). 

Thomas Stebbins (1620-1683) and Hannah (Wright) Stebbins 

( i66o). 

John Lyman (1623-1690) and Dorcas (Plumb) Lyman ( ). 

Thaddeus Clark ( 1690) and Elizabeth (Milton) Clark 

(1644 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson o£ 

William Thomas (1573-1651) and ( ) Thomas ( ). 

John Plumb (1594-1648) and ( ) Plumb ( ). 

Michael Milton ( ) and Elizabeth (Cleves) Milton ( 

1682). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
George Cleves (died about i666) and ( ) Cleves 

( )■ 

Samuel Moseley (1708-1791) of Windham, Connec- 
ticut; Chaplain to Governor Belcher at Castle William, 
Boston Harbor. 

Jabez Fox (1705-1755) of Portland, Maine; Assistant, 
i752-'55; Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts Bay. 

Jonathan Buck ( ) of Bucksport, Maine; received 

a Lieutenant's commission under the Provincial Govern- 
ment, 1745, and that of Colonel, 1775. 

John Brown (1732-1817) of Londonderry, New Hamp- 
shire ; Lieutenant under King George III ; served in French 
and Indian War. 

Joseph Otis (1665-1754) of Scituate, Massachusetts; 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Plymouth County, 
i703-'i4; Representative to General Court, i7oo-'i3. 



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John Weeks (1651-1690) of Dorchester, Massachu- 
setts; died on the Expedition to Canada, 1690. 

Nathaniel Thomas (1643-1718) of Marshfield, Mas- 
sachusetts; served in King Philip's War, with rank of Col- 
onel; Chief Justice of Court of Common Pleas; Judge of 
Superior Court of Province of Massachusetts, 1712-'! 8. 

Edward Tyng (1649 ) of Portland, Maine; Com- 
mander of Fort Loyal, i68o-'8i; Member of the Council, 
Province of Maine, 1686; appointed by Governor Andros 
Lieutenant-Commander of the Province of Laganaduck, 
i68o-'89; Governor of Nova Scotia, 1690. 

Nathaniel Thomas (1606-1674) of Marshfield, Mas- 
sachusetts; Commissioned Ensign, Plymouth Colony, under 
Captain Myles Standish, 1640; Lieutenant, 1643; Captain, 
1644; served in Pequot War, 1637. 

John Strong (1605-1699) ; Deputy -to the General 
Court, 1641, '43, '44, Colony of Massachusetts Bay. 

Thomas Stebbins (1620- 1683); Lieutenant in Captain 
William Turner's Company, in the Falls Fight in King 
Philip's War, May 18, 1676. 

John Lyman (1623-1690) of Northampton, Massachu- 
setts; served under, as Lieutenant, and was in command, 
after the death of Captain William Turner, of the North- 
ampton soldiers in the Falls Fight, above Deerfield, Massa- 
chusetts, May 18, 1676. 

Thaddeus Clark ( 1690) of Falmouth, Maine; 

killed in the second Indian War, 1690. 

William Thomas (i 573-1651); Governor's Assistant, 
Plymouth Colony, i642-'43. 

John Plumb (1594- 1648) of Connecticut; served in 
Captain "Mason's command in Pequot War, 1637; Deputy 
from Wethersfield to the General Court, i636-'42. 



134 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

George Cleves ( 1666) ; Founder of Falmouth 

(now Portland), Maine; Deputy-Governor of Province 
of Maine, under Governor Gorges, in charge of the Pro- 
vince, 1640; Deputy to General Court, i663-'64. 

ZEBINA MOSES 

Railway Mail Service, U. S. Post Office Department. Borii, Marcellus, 
New York, April 8, 1838. 

Soa of 

Guy Moses (1S13-1893) and Lucina (Bingham) Moses (1815 

Grandson of 

Zebina Moses (1786-1843) and Jane (Grimes) Moses (1791- 

1865). 

Calvin Bingham (1784-1865) and Betsey (Scott) Bingham 

(1785-1854). 

Great-grandson of 

Zebina Moses (1764-1815) and Theodosia (Curtis) Moses (1768- 

1850). 
Calvin Bingham (1750-1831) and Lydia (Denton) Bingham 

(1757-1831). 

Phineas Scott (1745-1819) and Thankful (Kinsley) Scott 

(1754 )- 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Moses (1729-1776) and Mary (Wilcox) Moses (1733- 

1816). 
Joseph Bingham (1709-1787) and Ruth (Post) Bingham (17x1 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Caleb Moses (1698-1787) and Hannah (Beaman) Moses ( 

1779)- 

Azariah Wilcox (1706 ) and ( ) Wilcox ( ). 

Thomas Bingham (1667-1710) and Hannah (Backus) Bingham 

Samuel Post (1668-1735) and Ruth (Lathrop) Post { 1750). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Moses (1654-1714) and Deborah (Thrall) Moses (1660- 

1715)- 

William Wilcox ( ) and Elizabeth (Wilson) Wilcox ( ). 

William Backus (1640-1721) and Elizabeth (Pratt) Backus 

(1 641-1730). 
John Lathrop (Lothrop) (1645-1688) and Ruth (Royce) Lathrop 



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Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Moses ( 1683) and Mary (Brown) Moses ( 1689). 

Timothy Thrall (1641 ) and Deborah (Gunn) Thrall { 

1694). 
Samuel Wilcox (Wilcoxson) ( 1713) and ( ) 

Wilcox ( ). 

William Pratt (1623-1678) and Elizabeth (Clark) Pratt ( ). 

Samuel Lothrop (i 620-1 700) and Elizabeth (Scudder) Lothrop 

( )• 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Thrall (1606-1679) and (Goode) Thrall ( 

1676). 

Phineas Scott (1745-18 19) of Bennington, Vermont; 
served in the Company of Captain John Fassett, 1764. 

Joseph Bingham (i 709-1 787) of Connecticut and Ver- 
mont; First Lieutenant of a Troop in the Fifth Connecti- 
cut Regiment in 1764, also Quarter-master and Cornet; was 
stationed at Ticonderoga in French and Indian War. 

William Backus (1640-1721) of Norwich, Connecti- 
cut; Sergeant of Militia in Norwich; Ensign, i68o-'89; 
Lieutenant, 1693 ; Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, i68o-'84. 

John Moses ( 1683) of Windsor, Connecticut; 

served in Major John Mason's Troop of Horse, of Connec- 
ticut Troops, in the Indian Wars against King Philip and 
the Narragansetts. 

Samuel Wilcox (Wilcoxson) ( 1713) of Sims- 
bury Connecticut; Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut from Simsbury, 1688-1701, i7io-'i2; had rank 
of Sergeant. 

William Pratt (1622-1678) of Saybrook, Connecticut; 
Lieutenant in Saybrook forces under Mason in the Pequot 
War; Member of the Council of War, 1642; Deputy to 
the General Court of Conn., 1666, et seq. 



136 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Samuel LoTHROP (Lathrop) (1620-1700) of Connec- 
ticut; was a Judge; served in the expedition of relief of 
Uncas with Lieutenant James Avery, 1659. 

William Thrall (1606- 1679) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut; served under Captain John Mann in the Pequot War, 
1637. 

CLELAND NELSON OFFLEY 

Lieutenant, U. S. Navy. Born, Georgetown, District of Columbia, 
June 8, 1S69. 

Son of 

Holmes Edward Offley (1839 ) and Mary Cleland (Nelson) 

Offley (1842 ). 

Grandson of 

John Holmes Offley (1802-1845) and Catherine (Heaton) Offley 

(1801-1887). 
Cleland Kinloch Nelson (1814-1890) and Mary A. (Marbury) 

Nelson (1820-1851). 

Great-grandson of 

David Offley (1781-1838) and Mary Ann (Greer) Offley ( ). 

Hugh Nelson (1768-1836) and Eliza (Kinloch) Nelson (1781- 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Offley (1756-1793) and Judith (Scull) Offley ( ). 

Thomas Nelson (1738-1789) and Lucy (Grymes) Nelson ( ). 

Francis Kinloch ( ) and Mildred (Walker) Kinloch (1765- 

1784). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Offley (1725-1789) and Rachel (Roberts) Offley ( ). 

William Nelson (1711-1772) and Elizabeth (Burwell) Nelson 

Philip Grymes ( ) and Mary (Randolph) Grymes ( ). 

John Walker (1744-1809) and Elizabeth (Moore) Walker ( 

1809). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Caleb Offley ( ) and Elizabeth (Collins) Offley ( ). 

Thomas Nelson (1677-1741) and Margaret (Reid) Nelson 

( )• / 

Nathaniel Burwell ( 1658) and Elizabeth (Carter) Burwell 




LEONARD HUNTRESS DYER. 
Chancellor. 



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John Grymes (i 693-1748) and Lucy ( ) Grymes ( ). 

John Randolph (1689-1737) and Susannah (Beverly) Randolph 

(1690-1718). 
Thomas Walker (1711-1794) and Mildred (Thornton) Walker 

(1721-1778). 
Bernard Moore ( ) and Anne (Spottswood) Moore ( ). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Michael Offley ( ) and ( ) Offley ( ). 

Hugh Nelson ( ) and Sarah ( ) Nelson ( ). 

Lewis Burwell (1625-1658) and ( ) Burwell ( ). 

Robert (King) Carter (1663-1732) and Judith (Armistead) 

Carter ( 1699). 

William Randolph (1651-1711) and Mary (Isham) Randolph 

( )• 

Peter Beverly ( ) and Eliza (Peyton) Beverly (1670 ). 

Thomas Walker ( ) and Susannah (Peachey) Walker 

( )• 

Reyben Thornton ( ) and Elizabeth (Gregory) Thornton 

( ). 

Alexander Spottswood (1676-1740) and Anne Butler (Bryan) 
Spottswood ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

David Offley ( ) and ( ) Offley ( ). 

John Carter ( 1669) and Sarah (Ludlowe) Carter ( ). 

Walker ( ) and ( ) Walker ( ). 

Robert Peyton (1640-1694) and ( ) Peyton ( ). 

Roger Gregory ( ) and Mildred (Washington) Gregory 

(169(5 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Walker ( ) and ( ) Walker ( ). 

Lawrence Washington (1661-1697) and Mildred (Warner) 

Washington ( ) . 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Washington (1633-1677) and Anna (Pope) Washington 

( )• 

Thomas Nelson (1738- 1789) of Yorktown, Virginia; 
Member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1759; Mem- 
ber of the first Williamsburg Convention to consider the 
taxation of the Colonies; Member of the Provincial Con- 
gress, 1774. 
William Nelson (1711-1772) of Yorktown, Virginia; 
10 



138 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

President of the Dominion of Virginia; President of His 
Majesty's Council in Virginia. 

Thomas Nelson (1677-1741) of Yorktown, Virginia; 
Founder of Yorktown, 1705. 

John Grymes (1693-1748) of Brandon, Middlesex 
County, Virginia; Receiver General, i723-'48; Member 
of the King's Council, 1725. 

Sir John Randolph (1689- 173 7) of Virginia; Speaker 
of the House of Burgesses, 1736; Treasurer, i734-'36. 

Thomas Walker (1711-1794) of Virginia (great- 
grandson of Thomas Walker, who was a Member of 
the Assembly in 1662) ; was Adjutant of the Frontier Coun- 
ties of Virginia in 1754; Commissary General of Virginia 
Troops under Washington in Ohio in the expedition against 
the French; at Braddock's Defeat; Commissioner to treat 
with the Six Nations at Fort Stanwix, New York, in 1768; 
Member of the House of Burgesses, i774-'75. 

Lewis Burwell (1625-1658) of Gloucester County, 
Virginia; President of the Council of Virginia; Major of 
Gloucester County troops. 

Robert (King) Carter (1663-1732) of Corotonian, 
Lancaster Courity, Vi^rginia; Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1 69 1 -'92, 1696, i698-'99; Speaker, 1696, 1699; 
Treasurer of the Colony, 1699-1708; Member of Council, 
1699; President of Council and Acting Governor of Vir- 
ginia, 1726. 

William Randolph (1651-1711) of Henrico, Virginia; 
Attorney General, 1696; Speaker of House of Burgesses, 
1698; Member of House of Burgesses, 1684- 1700; Cap- 
tain of Henrico County forces, 1680; Lieutenant Colonel, 
1699. 

Peter Beverly ( ) of Gloucester County, Virginia; 



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Clerk of the House of Burgesses, i69i-'6; Member of the 
House of Burgesses of Virginia, i700-'o5, i7io-'i4; Speaker, 
i700-'o5, i7io-'i4; Auditor General, 1716; Treasurer, 
i7io-'23. 

Alexander Spottswood (1676-1740) of Virginia; was 
sent to Virginia as Lieutenant-Governor in 1710; was Gov- 
ernor until 172a; Deputy Postmaster, General of the Col- 
onies; was Colonel and afterwards Major-General and died 
at Annapolis as he was embarking for the campaign against 
Carthagena. 

s David Offley ( ) of Boston, Massachusetts; was a 

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston in 1638. 

John Carter ( 1669) of Nansemond and Lancas- 
ter counties, Virginia; Member of the House of Burgesses 
from Nansemond, 1649; from Lancaster, 1654, i657-'6o; 
Member of the Council, i657-'8; Colonel and Commander 
of the Expedition against the Rappahannock Indians, 1654. 

Robert Peyton (1640-1694) of Gloucester County, 
Virginia; Major of Gloucester County Troops in 1680. 

Lawrence Washington (1661-1697) of Virginia; 
Captain in Virginia Forces; Member of House of Burgesses, 

1685, ^^ ^^1- 

John Washington (1633-1677) of Westmoreland 
County, Virginia; Member of House of Burgesses, 1666; 
i67S-'79; Colonel commanding forces of Westmoreland 
County in the Indian War; Justice for Westmoreland, 
1662. 

FREDERICK DENISON OWEN 

Architect, Washington City. Born, Hartford, Connecticut, January 19, 1854. 

Son of 
Galusha Owen (1816-1882) and Betsy P. (Denison) Owen (1814- 
188O. 



HO SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Grandson of 

Jonathan Denison (1780-1828) and Catherine (Brown) DenisoD 
(1784-1863). 

Great-grandson of 

Robert Denison (1749-1820) and Alice (Denison) Denison ( 

'794)- 

Great-great-grandson of 

Benadam Denison (1721-1757-) and Anna (Swan) Denison ( 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
William Denison (1687-1724) and Mercy (Gallup) Denison 

( 1734)- 

John Swan, Jr. (1700 ) and Lucy (Denison) Swan (1710 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
William Denison (1655-1715) and Sarah (Stanton) Denison 

( 1713)- 

John Swan (1668 ) and Susannah ( ) Denison ( 

1772). 
William Denison (1677-1730) and Mary (Avery) Denison 

(1680-1762). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Denison (1618-1694) and Ann (Borodell) Denison 

(1622-1712). 
Robert Swan (1628-1698) and Elizabeth (Acie) Swan ( 

1689). 
John Avery (1654-1743) and Abigail (Cheseborough) Avery 

(1656 ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Swan ( 1678) and ( ) Swan ( ). 

James Avery (1620-1694) and Joanna (Greenslade) Swan 
( 1693)- 

George Denison (1618-1694); Captain, New London 
County Forces, in King PhilipV War ; served under Major 
John Mann and Major Talcott; second in command to 
Major Robert Treat in the Great Swamp Fight; served on 
the frontier; captured the Indian Chief Canonchet; chosen 
with Major John Mason to assist the.Pequot Chiefs to gov- 
ern their tribes; Assistant and Deputy from Stonington to 
the General Court, fifteen terms. Colony of Connecticut. 
Robert Swan (1628-1698) of Haverhill, Massachu- 



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setts; in the Great Swamp Fight in Company of Lieuten- 
ant Benjamin Swett. 

John Avery (1654-1743) of New London, Connecti- 
cut; Ensign, 1692; in Captain James Avery's Company in 
1693; Captain in 1687. 

Richard Swan ( 1678) of Rowley, Massachusetts; 

served in King Philip's War; in the Expedition to Canada; 
Deputy in the General Court of Massachusetts, i666-'77. 

James Avery (i620-i694)of New London, Connecticut; 
^nsign, Lieutenant and Captain; served throughout King 
Philip's War and was in the Great Swamp Fight; Deputy, 
i656-'8o. 

JOHN DEWHURST PATTEN 

Attorney, Washington City. Born, Coshocton County, Ohio, June 4, 1842. 

Son of 

John D. Patten (1807-1878) and Jane Welles (Taylor) Patten 

(1817 ). 

Grandson of 

Thomas Patten (1781-1859) and Catherine (Dewhurst) Patten 

( 1821). 

Thomas Taylor (1785-1834) and Laura (Welles) Taylor (1795- 

Great-grandson of 
William Patten (1732-1801) and Rebecca (Brownl Patten (1740- 

1815). 
Elisha Welles (1772-1826) and Jane (Dutcher) Welles (1773- 
1827). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Patten (1694-1747) and Miriam (Stearns) Patten (1705- 

1747) • 
William Welles (1725-1778) and Eunice Talcott (Wadsworth) 
Welles (1731-1807). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

William Patten (1671-1730) and Mary (Rogers) Patten (1668- 

1716). 
Thomas Welles (1693-1767) and Martha (Pitkin) Welles (1692- 

1763). 



142 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



John Talcott (1698-1772) and Abigail (Theobold) Talcott ( 

1788). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Patten (1636-1690) and Rebecca (Paine) Patten (- 

1680). 
Samuel Welles (1660-1731) and Ruth (Rice) Welles (1659-X743). 
William Pitkin (i 664-1 723) and Elizab^eth (Stanley) Pitkin 

(1669-1751). 
Joseph Talcott (1669-1741) and Abigail (Clark) Talcott ( 

1704). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samdel Welles (1630-1675) and Elizabeth (Hollister) Welles 

(1642-1683). 
William Pitkin (1635-1694) and Hannah (Goodwin) Pitkin 

( 1 637-1724). 
John Talcott (1632-1688) and Helena (Wakeman) Talcott 

{-. — 1674). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Welles (1594-1660). and (Hunt) Welles ( 

1640). 
John Hollister (1612-1665) and Joanna (Treat) Hollister 

(1618-1694). 
John Talcott (1600-1660) and Dorothy (Mott) Talcott ( 

1670). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Richard Treat (1590-X669) and Joanna ( ) Treat ( ). 

William Patten (1671-1730) of Billerica and Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts; Selectman for Billerica, 1720, i723-'5, 
i728-'30; Representative in the General Court at Cam- 
bridge, 1729-30. 

Thomas Patten (1636-1690) of Billerica, Massachu- 
setts; one of earliest settler of the Town; during the In- 
dian depredations of 1675 his house was used as garrison. 

William Pitkin (1664- 1723) of Hartford, Connecti- 
cut; Judge of County and Probate Court, and Court of the 
Assistants, i702-'ii; Judge of the Superior Court, 171 1; 
Chief Justice, i7i3-'23; Deputy to General Court from 
Hartford, 1696; Assistant, 1697- 1723. 



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Joseph Talcott (i 669-1 741) of Hartford, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy-Governor of Connecticut, 1724; Governor, 
i725-'4i; Deputy, i7o8-'io; Assistant, i7ii-'23. 

Samuel Welles (1630-1675) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Ensign, 1658; Lieutenant, 1665; Captain, 1670; 
Deputy, i657-'6i; commanded the Wethersfield Train 
Band in the Great Swamp Fight. 

William PixkiN (1635-1694) of Connecticut; Attor- 
ney-General, 1664; Deputy to General Court, i675-'9o; 
Assistant, i690-'94; Treasurer, i676-'78; Commissioner 
for the United Colonies. 

John Talcott (i 632-1 688) of Hartford, Connecticut; 
Ensign, 1650; Captain, 1661; Major, 1676; served in 
King Philip's War, where he became Lieutenant Colonel; 
Assistant Magistrate of the Colony of Connecticut, 1660- 
■"61 ; Treasurer, i66o-'76. 

Thomas Welles (1594-1660) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Magistrate of Governing Court, i637-'6o; Second 
Treasurer, i639-'5i; Secretary, i640-'48; Governor pro 
tern., 1651; Deputy-Governor, 1654, '56, '57, '59,' Gov- 
ernor, 1655, '58; Commissioner for the United Colonies, 

1649. 

John Hollister (1612-1665) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Deputy to the General Court, i644-'45, and until 
1656, representing the town of Wethersfield; Lieutenant of 
Wethersfield Train Band, 1657. 

John Talcott (1600-1660) of Hartford, Connecticut; 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, i634-'36; 
to the General Court of Connecticut, i637-'53; Assistant, 
i654-'6o; Treasurer, i652-'6o; Commissioner for the 
United Colonies, i656-'58. 

Richard Treat (1590-1669) of Wethersfield, Connec- 



144 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

ticut; Deputy to the first General Court, 1637, and several 
times re-elected; Assistant, i657-'65; one of the original 
Patentees of the Colony of Connecticut. 

ALBERT CHARLES PEALE 

Geologist. Born, Hecksherville, Pennsylvania, April i, 1849. 

Son of 

Charles Willson Peale (1821-1871) and Harriet (Friel) Peale 

(1830 ). 

Grandson of 

Rubens Peale (1784-1865) and Eliza Burd (Patterson) Peale 

(1794-1864). 

Great-grandson of 

Charles Willson Peale (1741-1837) and Rachel (Brewer) Peale 

(1744-1790). 
George Patterson (1762-1814) and Jean (Burd) Patterson (1757- 

1819). 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Brewer (1709-1754) and Eleanor (McCubbin) Brewer 

(1708-1779). 
James Patterson (1715-1771) and Mary (Stewart) Patterson 

(1717-1785). 
James Burd (1726-179^) and Sarah (Shippen) Burd (1730- 

'7«4). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Brewer (1686-1730) and Dinah (Battee) Brewer ( ). 

George Stewart ( 1733) and Jean ( ) Stewart ( ). 

Edward Shippen (1703-1781) and Sarah (Plumley) Shippen 
(1706-1735). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Brewer ( 1690) and Sarah (Ridgley) Brewer (1667 

). 

Joseph Shippen (1678-1741) and Abigail (Grosse) Shippen 

(1677-1716). 
Charles Plumley ( 1708) and Rose (Budd) Plumley (1680 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Henry Ridgley ( 1710) and Elizabeth (Howard) Ridgley 

' )■ 

Edward Shippen (1639-1712) and Elizabeth (Lybrand) Shippen 

( 1692). 

Thomas Budd ( 1698) and Susannah ( ) Budd ( ). 




DR. HEXRV l.UWRV EMILIUS JOHNSON. 

Siirgenn. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 145 

James Patterson (1715-177O of Lancaster, Pennsylva- 
nia; took part, with his father, in Cresap's War, i730-'35; 
Captain in Regiment of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, on 
the Susquehanna, 174.^-4.8 ; served in rangers during Brad- 
dock's Campaign, 1755; wras Captain in Colonel John Arm- 
strong's Regiment, i755-'s6; was with Colonel John Arm- 
strong when Indians were surprised at Kittanning, Septem- 
ber 8, 1756; built Pomfret Castle, 1756, and Patterson's 
Fort, 1757; Captain in Colonel Burd's Regiment at Fort 
Augusta, April-May, 1757; commissioned Captain in Colonel 
John Armstrong's First Battalion, Pennsylvania Regiment, 
December 16, 1757; was in command of Fort Hunter and 
was at Fort Augusta, 1757-58; was in the battle of Loyal 
Hannon and Raystown, October, 1758; was in Provin- 
cial service of Pennsylvania as Captain, i763-'64; at the 
battle of Bushy Run, August, 1763. 

James Burd (1726-1793); entered the Provincial ser- 
vice as Captain, in 1754; was one of the Commissioners to 
lay out the road from Harris Ferry on the Susquehanna, to 
the Ohio to send supplies to the Army on the Ohio, March, 
and April, 1755; was commissioned Major, April 24, 1756, 
and commanded eight companies called the Augusta Regi- 
ment; succeeded Colonel Clapham in command of Fort 
Augusta, September 8, 1756; commissioned Colonel com- 
manding the Second Battalion of the Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment, May 28, 1758; was in the battles of Raystown and 
Loyal Hannon, September and October, 1758; commis- 
sioned Colonel of the First Battalion of the Pennsylvania 
Regiment, April 12, 1760, and June 12, 1761; was ap- 
pointed by the Governor of Pennsylvania as one of the Com- 
missioners to receive prisoners, etc., at Fort Pitt, 1762. 

George Stewart ( i733) of Lancaster, Pennsyl- 



146 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

vania; Justice of the Peace for Chester County, I7i8-'33r 
County Commissioner for Lancaster County, i729-'30; 
Member of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania for Lan- 
caster County, October, 1730, to January, 1733. 

Edward Shippen (i 703-1 781) of Philadelphia and Lan- 
caster, Pennsylvania; Paymaster of the British and Provin- 
cial Forces of Generals Forbes Stanwit and Bouquet in 
French and Indian War, and for his services received pub- 
lic thanks, 1760; elected to City Council of Philadelphia, 
1732, and served many years; Mayor of Philadelphia, 1744; 
Justice of the Peace, i745-'49; Judge of Philadelphia Court 
of Common Pleas, i749-'5o; Justice of the Peace, Pro- 
thonotary. Register, Recorder, and Clerk of Quarter Ses- 
sion at Lancaster, 1 753-' 70; Chairman of Committee of 
Observation and other Committees, i774-'75. 

John Brewer ( i6go) of Maryland; Justice of 

Anne Arundell County, i658-'6i ; Member of the House 
of Burgesses from Anne Arundell County, April 17 to May 
21, 1661. 

Henry Ridgley ( 17 10) of Maryland; Member 

of the Governor's Council; Justice for Anne Arundel 
County, i686-'96; Captain of Company of Foot Militia 
of Anne Arundel County, 1689; Major, 1692; Lieutenant 
Colonel, 1 694 ; resigned command of Anne Arundel County 
as Colonel, 1698, on account of old age, resignation accepted 
1699; Commissioner for Anne Arundel County, 1694, et 
seq; Overseer for the building of new Court House at An- 
napolis, 1695; Member of the Assembly of Maryland, 1692- 

'93. 

Edward Shippen (1639-1712) of Boston, Massachu- 
setts and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Member of the An- 
cient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 147 

1669; Commissioner to purchase gunpowder in Philadel- 
phia, 1689; Member of the Governor's Council of Penn- 
sylvania, 1695-1712; Speaker of the Assembly of Pennsylva- 
nia and mentioned by Penn in the Charter, 1695 ; elected by 
popular vote one of the Provincial Council, 1695, et seq; 
Judge of the Supreme Court, 1697; Chief Justice, 1699- 
1700; Keeper of the Seal of Pennsylvania, 1700; First 
Mayor of Philadelphia under the Charter, 1701; President 
of the Governor's Council, i702-'o4; Acting Governor of 
Pennsylvania, i703-'o4. 

Thomas Budd ( 1698) of Burlington, New Jer- 
sey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Was one of the Pro- 
prietaries of West Jersey, 1676, and assisted the Governor 
to establish a code of laws for the Province; one of the Re- 
ceivers-Genyral to collect money for paying the debts of the 
Province, 1681; Regulator of Weights and Measures, 1681; 
Land Commissioner, i68i-'83; Member of the Governor's 
Council, i682-'83; Member of the Assembly of New Jer- 
sey, 1682, 1683, 1685; Treasurer of the Province, 1683; 
Commissioner to England, 1685. 

STANTON CANFIELD PEELLE 

I,awyer, Washington City. Born, Indianapolis, Indiana, July 5, 1880. 

Son of 

Stanton J. Peelle (1843 ) and Mary Arabella (Canfield) 

Peelle (1844 ). 

Grandson of 

Milton C. Canfield (1820-1875) and Lois Dorcas (Church) Can- 
field (1822-1877). 

Great-grandson of ^ 

Hilen Canfield (1795-1851) and Mary (Langdon) Canfield 

(1798-1876). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Aaron Canfield (1770-1838) and Lydia (Piatt) Canfield (1770- 
1834)- 



148 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Canfield ( ) and Lucy (Bury) Canfield ( ) 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Canfield (i/io ) and 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 
Samuel Canfield (1645-1713) and Abigail (Austin) Canfield 

( 1710). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Matthew Canfield ( 1673) and Sarah (Treat) Canfield 

Matthew Canfield ( 1673) ; Representative at Gen- 
eral Court, Connecticut, 1654, and until the union of Con- 
necticut and New Haven Colonies in the Royal Charter, 
where his name is inserted, and after that, i665-'6, appointed 
one of the Judges of Fairfield Court, at Fairfield, Connec- 
ticut. 

ARMISTEAD PETER, JR. 

Washington City. Born, Georgetown, District of Columbia, 
November 30, 1870. 

Son of 

Armistead Peter (1840-1902) and Martha Custis (Kennon) Peter 
(1843-1886). 

Grandson of 

Beverley Kennon (1793-1844) and Britannia Wellington (Peter) 
Kennon (1815 ). 

Great-grandson of 

Richard Kennon ( ) and Elizabeth Beverly (Munford) Ken- 
non ( ) . 

Great-great-grandson of 

Robert Kennon (1725 ) and Sarah (Skipwith) Kennon 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
Richard Kennon ( ) and Agnes (Boiling) Kennon ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandjon of 

Richard Kennon ( 1696) and Elizabeth (Worsham) Ken- 
non ( ). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 149 

Richard Kennon ( 1696) of Conjurer's Neck, Hen- 
rico County, Virginia; was appointed Justice, 1678; Bur- 
gess for Henrico in House of Burgesses, i685-'86. 

FREDERICK PRATT REYNOLDS ' 

Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army. Born, Elmira, New York, August lo, 1867, 

Son of 

George Gardiner Reynolds (1842-1903) and Lucy (Pratt) Rey- 
nolds (1843-1889). 

Grandson of 

Ransom Pratt (1808-1871) and Sarah (Alvord) Pratt (1819- 
1890). 

Great-grandson of 

Daniel Ransom Pratt (1780-1843) and Mary (Rives) Pratt 

(1779-1860). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Pratt (1756-1806) and Margaret (Ransom) Pratt ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Pratt (1734-1806) and Abigail (Bigelow) Pratt (1735- 

1803). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Pratt (1710-1795) and Mary (Swift) Pratt (1709-1776). 
Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Pratt (1671 ) and Sarah (Colyer) Pratt ( 

1730). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Pratt ( 1687) and Hepsibah (Wyatt) Pratt ( 

1711). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Pratt ( 1655) and Elizabeth ( ) Pratt ( ). 

Joseph Pratt (1671 ) of Connecticut; Sergeant and 

Lieutenant of Connecticut Militia, 1700, 1723; Deputy for 
Milford at General Assembly in Hartford, 1700. 

John Pratt ( 1655) of Connecticut; one of the 

original proprietors and founders of Hartford, 1636; Dep- 
uty from Hartford, 1639 and later; one of Committeemen 



150 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

of Hartford, 1639; chosen to order the affairs of the town, 
1640. 

ELISHA FRANCIS RIGGS 

Banker (Retired), Washington City. Born, Washington City, October 2, 

1851. 

Son of 

George Washington Riggs (1813-1881) and Janet Madeleine Ce- 
cilia (Shedden) Riggs (1815-1871). 
Grandson of 

Elisha' Riggs (1779-1853) and Alice (Lawrason) Riggs (179a- 
1817). 

Great-grandson of 

Samuel Riggs (1740-1814) and Amelia (Dorsey) Riggs (1749- 
1807). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Philemon Dorsey (1714-1773) and Katherine (Ridgley) Dorsey 

(1723 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Joshua Dorsey ( 1747) and Anne (Ridgely) Dorsey ( ). 

Henry Ridgely (1690-1750) and Elizabeth (Warfield) Ridgely 
(1706-1746?). 

Great-great-great-greaf-grandson of 

Henry Ridgely (1669-1699) and Katherine (Greenberry) Ridgely 
(1673?— 1703). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Henry Ridgely ( 1711) and Elizabeth (Howard) Ridgely. 

Nicholas Greenberry (1627-1697) and Anne ( ) Greenberry 

(1648-1698). 

Henry Ridgely (; 171 1) of Maryland; Justice of the 

Peace for Anne Arundel County, i686-'92,- Commissioner 
to survey and manage building of Court House; Commis- 
sioner to Advance Trade, 1683; Member of the Assembly 
of Maryland, 1692; in command of militia of Anne Arun- 
del County as Major and Lieutenant Colonel; resigned as 
Colonel on account of advanced age. 

Nicholas Greenberry (1627- 1697) of Maryland; 
Member of the Council of Sir Lionel Copley, First Royal 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 151 

Governor of the Province of Maryland, 1692; President of 
the Council, 1694; Acting Governor, 1693; Keeper of the 
Great Seal and Chancellor of the Province, i692-'94; Col- 
onel of Troop of Horse, Deputy Commissary General and 
Commander General, i692-'94. 

FAYETTE WASHINGTON ROE 

Captain (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Frederick County, Virginia, 
August 7, 1850. 

Son of 

Francis Asbuiy Roe (1823-1901) and Eliza J. (Snyder) Roe 

(1825 ). 

Grandson of 

Isaac Roe (1788-1858) and Hannah (Drake) Roe (1789-1857). 

Great-grandson of 

John Roe (1755-1831) and Sarah (Harris) Roe ( 1837). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Benjamin Roe ( ) and Hannah (Kniffen) Roe ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Roe ( 1738) and Mercy ( ) Roe ( ). 

Nathaniel Roe (1738) of Flushing Long Island, New 
York, served in the company of Captain Jonathan Wright, 
of Flushing, Long Island, New York, in 1715. 

* FRANCIS ASBURY ROE 

Rear Admiral (Retired), U. S. Navy. Born, Elmira, New York, October 
4, 1823; died, Washington City, December 28, 1901. 

Son of 

Isaac Roe (1788-1858) and Hannah (Drake) Roe (1789-1857). 

Grandson of 

John Roe (X755-1831) and Sarah (Harris) Roe ( 1837). 

Great-grandson of 

Benjamin Roe ( ) and Hannah CKniffen) Roe ( ). 



152 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-grandson of 
Nathaniel Roe ( »738) and Mercy ( ) Roe ( ). 

Nathaniel Roe (1738) of Flushing Long Island, New 
York, served in the company of Captain Jonathan Wright, 
of Flushing, Long Island, New York, in 1715. 

GEORGE ROE 

Journalist. Born, Elmira, New York, August 28, 1854. 

Son of 

William Fletcher Roe (1818-1886) and Ann Maria Holmes (Sny- 
der) Roe (i8z3 ). 

Grandson of 

Isaac Roe (1788-1858) and Hannah (Drake) Roe (1789-1857). 

Great-grandson of 

John Roe (1755-1831) and Sarah (Harris) Roe (1761-1837). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Benjamin Roe ( ) and Hannah (Kniffen) Roe ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Nathaniel Roe ( 1738) and Mercy ( ) Roe ( ). 

Nathaniel Roe (1738) of Flushing, Long Island, New 
York, served in the company of Captain Jonathan Wright, 
of Flushing, Long Island, New York, in 17 15. 

CYRUS ROOT 

Clerk, Department of the Interior, Washington City. Born, Berlin, Con- 
necticut, June 12, 1848. 

Son of 

Cyrus Root (1798-1879) and Delia (Stocking) Root (1809-1897). 

Grandson of 

Asahel Root (1766-1818) and Hannah (Goodrich) Root (1770- 
1847). 

Great-grandson of 
John Root (1723-1781) and Ann (Steele) Root (1725-1762). 




GEORCiE BR()\\'N GOODE. 
Born, 1851 ; died, 1S96. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 153 



Great-great-grandson of 
Joseph Steele (1690-1750) and Elizabeth (Hollister) Steele (1678 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

James Steele (1644-1713) and Ann (Welles) Steele (1668-1739). 

Great-great-great-great-grands^^n of 

Samuel Welles (1630-1675) and Elizabeth (Hollister) Welles 
( 1683). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Welles (1598-1660) and (Hunt) Welles ( 

1640). 

Thomas Welles (1598-1660) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Magistrate, i637-'6o; Second Treasurer, i639-'5i; 
Governor pro-tetnpore, 1651; Deputy-Governor, 1654, ^^ 
seq; Governor, i655-'58; Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, 1649. 

JOSEPH PRENTICE SANGER 

Major-General (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Detroit, Michigan, 
May 4, 1S40. 

Son of 

Henry K. Sanger (1799-1864) and. Caroline (Prentice) Sanger 

(1806-1886). 

Grandson of 

Richard Sanger (1769-1843) and Rachel (Butler) Sanger ( ). 

Joseph Prentice (1781-1836) and Sarah (Morgan) Sanger (1779- 

1824). 

Great-grandson of 

Daniel Sanger (1739-1807) and Esther (Goodman) Sanger 

Eli Butler" (1740-1803) and Rachel (Stocking) Butler (1744- 
1805). 

Manasseh Prentice (1749-1824) and Mehitable (Preston) Pren- 
tice ( ). 

John Morgan (1742-1816) and Eunice (Crarey) Morgan ( )• 

Great-great-grandson of 
Richard Sanger (1706-1786) and Deborah (Rider) Sanger (1710- 

Benjamin Butler (1673-1755) and Thankful (Sage) Butler 

(-^)- 
11 



154 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Joseph Prentice ( ) and Mary (Wheeler) Prentice ( ). 

Samuel Morgan (1705-1769) and Elizabeth (Forsyth) Morgan 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Sanger (1666-1731) and Elizabeth (Morse) Sanger 

( )• 

Samuel Prentice (1680-1728) and Esther (Hammond) Prentice 

( ). 

James Morgan (1680-1721) and Bridget ( ) Morgan ^( ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Prentice, Jr. (1649-1685) and Sarah (Stanton) Prentice 

(1655-1713). 
Daniel Morse ( ) and Elizabeth (Barbour) Morse (1651- 

1714). 
John Morgan (1645-1712) and Rachel (Dymond) Morgan 

( )• 

Great-great-great -great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Prentice (1621-1710) and Grace ( ) Prentice 

( )- 

^ George Barbour (1615-1685) and Elizabeth (Clark) Barbour 

( ). 

Richard Sanger (1706- 1786) of Massachusetts; Captain 
and Deputy, 1774, from Middlesex County; Member, First 
Committee of Public Safety, 1775. 

Benjamin Butler (1673-1755); confirmed Ensign of 
Fifth Company, Sixth Regiment, Connecticut Troops, 1746. 

John Morgan (1645-1712) of Connecticut; Lieuten- 
ant, 1692; Deputy from New London, 1690; Deputy for 
Preston, 1693; Deputy for Groton, i7o8-'i4; Captain 
of Upper Company or Train Band" of Groton, 17 14; In- 
dian Commissioner for Pequod Indians, I720-'3I; Asso- 
ciate in Governor's Council, 1720; Deputy to General As- 
sembly from Groton at New Haven, 1720; at Hartford, 

1731- 

Thomas Prentice (1621-1710) of Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts; Lieutenant, Ma:ssachusetts Troop of Horse, 1656; 
Captain, 1662; served in Pequot and Narragansett Wars; 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 155 

he and his troop engaged in the apprehension and return of 
Sir Edmund Andros. 

George Barbour (161 5-1685) of Dedham and Mead- 
field, Massachusetts; Deputy to General Court, 1668 et 
seq.; appointed Sergeant, 1652. 

HENRY DEARBORN SAXTON 

Chief Clerk, Quartermaster-General's Office, War Department, Washington 
City. Born, Springfield, Massachusetts, May 31, 1843. 

Son of 

Samuel Saxton (1809-1849) and Caroline (Clary) Saxton (1810- 

1892). 

Grandson of 

Judah Saxton (1770-1865) and Nancy (Catlin) Saxton (1777- 

1862). 

Great-grandson of 

Seth Catlin (1734-1798) and Abigail (Denio) Catlin (1737- 
i8is). 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Catlin (1704-1758) and Mary (Munn) Catlin (1705- 

1763). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Catlin ( 1704) and Hannah (Sheldon) Catlin (1683- 

1760). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Catlin (1643-1704) and Mary (Baldwin) Catlin (1643- 
1704). 

Seth Catlin (1734- 1798) of Deerfield, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant in His Majesty's service in the Indian Wars, 
1 759-' 60; Quartermaster, General Timothy Ruggles' Regi- 
ment; Lieutenant in Captain Shepard's Company, l^6l-62. 
John Catlin (1704-1758) of Deerfield, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant in Company of "Snow Shoe Men" in Hampshire 
County, Massachusetts, 1743; Commandant at Fort Shir- 
ley, Massachusetts, i747-'48; Captain in His Majesty's ser- 
vice in the Indian Wars, 1749, '56-'57; in command of a 
cordon of twelve forts, extending from Northfield to Pon- 
toosuc, 1758; died in the service. 



156 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Joseph Catlin ( 1704) of Deerfield, Massachu- 
setts; was killed in the defence of Deerfield against the 
French and Indians under Hertel de Rouville, February 29, 
1704. 

John Catlin (1643-1704) of Deerfield, Massachusetts; 
fought against the Indians and was killed in the defence of 
Deerfield, February 29, 1704. 

HENRY ALBERT SEYMOUR 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, Bristol, Connecticut, April i, 1847. 

Son of 

Henrv Albert Seymour (1818-1897) and Electa (Churchill) Sey- 
mour (181S-1873). 

Grandson of 

John Churchill (1785-1823) and Laura (Welles) Churchill 
(1789-1877). 

Great-grandson of 

Absalom Welles (1766-1839) and Lorraine (Patterson) Welles 
(1769-1825). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Robert Welles (1740-1812) and Abigail (Hurlburt) Welles 
(1741-1814). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Welles (1710-1786) and Abigail (Burnham) Welles 
(1713-1787). 

Great-great-great-great-grand-scn of 

Robert Welles ( ) and Sarah (Wolcott) Welles ( ). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Samuel Wolcott ( ) and Judith (Appleton) Wolcott ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Samuel Appleton (1624-1676) and Hannah (Paine) Appleton 
( )• 

Samuel Appleton (1624-1676), of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
six terms between i668-'8o; Lieutenant, 1668; Captain, 
1675; Major and Commander-in-Chief of Massachusetts 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 157 

troops, 1675 ; in command at Springfield and Hatfield and 
in the Great Swamp Fight; Sergeant Major of the South 
Essex Regiment, 1682; Assistant, 168 1 -'86, i689-'92; im- 
prisoned by Sir Edmund Andros in 1687 ioi refusing to 
pay taxes levied without consent of the Council. 

FRANK BIRGE SMITH 

Real Estate Broker, Washington City. Born, Washington City, March 

6, 1859. 

Son of 

t) Francis Hickox Smith (1839 ) and Anna (Birge) Smith 

(1833-1896). 

Grandson of 

Samuel Mansfield Smith (1796-1864) and Eliza (Wheeler) 

Smith (1801-1882). 
Cyrus Birge (1797-1871) and Adaline (Frink) Birge (1808- 

1884). 

Great-grandson of 

Samuel Smith (1765-1852) and Lucy (Hall) Smith (1765-1845). 
David Birge (1753-1836) and Abigail (Rowland) Birge (i7';4- 

1830). ■ 
William Eliot Frink (1774-1813) and Robah (Eaton) Frink ( 

Great-great-grandson of 

John Smith (1744-1819) and Mary (Ford) Smith (1747-1817). 

Elijah Birge (1731 ) and Lydia (Dibbell) Birge ( ). 

James Rowland (1728 ) and Rebecca (Hall) Rowland 

( ). 

William Frink (1742 ) and Sarah (Eaton) Frink (1745- 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Ford (1704-1760) and Mary (Gunn) Ford (1715-1760). 

Joseph Birge ( ) and Dorothy (Kilbourn) Birge (1699 ). 

Jabez Rowland (1701 ) and Elizabeth (Percival) Rowland 

Thomas Frink (1702 ) and Isabel (Wright) Frink (1710- 

Joshua Eaton (1714 ) and Sarah (Eliot) Eaton (1715 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Ford (1654-1711) and Sarah (Fitch) Ford (1669 -). 

Samuel Gunn (1670-1749) and Mercy (Smith) Gunn (1674- 
1750)- 



158 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Joseph Kilbourn (1673 ) and Dorothy (Butler) Kilhourn 

( I709). 

Shubael Howland (1672 ) and Mercy (Blossom) Howland 

(1678 ). 

Samuel Wright (1670-1740) and Mary (Stevens) Wright (167a- 

1739)- 
John Eliot (1667-1719) and Mary (WcJcott) Eliot ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Fitch (1630-1690) and Ruth (Clark)' Fitch ( ). 

John Kilbourn (1634-1703) and Sarah (Bronson) Kilbourn 

( 17")- 

John Howland (1637 ) and Mary (Lee) Howland ( ). 

Edward Wright ( 1703) and Hannah (Axtell) Wright 

( 1708). 

Cyprian Stevens ( ) and Mary (Willard) Stevens (1653- 

John Eliot (1636-1668) and Elizabeth (Gookin) Eliot (1644- 

John Wolcott (1645-1689) and Mary (Chester) Wolcott ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Rowland (1592-1673) and Elizabeth (Tilly) Howland 

Simon Willard (1605-1676) and ( ) Willard {-. ). 

Daniel Gookin (1612-1687^ and Mary (Dolline) Gookin (1618- 

John Chester (1635-1697) and Sarah (Welles) Chester (1632- 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Welles (1598-1660) and ( ) Welles ( ). 

Samuel Gunk (1670-1749) of Milford, Connecticut; 
Captain in the Milford Train Band. 

Thomas Fitch (1630- 1690) of Norwalk, Connecticut; 
Ensign, 1665; Commissioner, 1669; Captain, 1673, and in 
King Philip's War; Deputy-Governor, 1673. 

John JCh-bourne (i 624-1 703) of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut; Sergeant, Wethersfield Train Band, i657-'75. 

John Howland (1627 ) of Barnstable, Massachu- 
setts; Ensign of the Military Company of Barnstable, in 
King Philip's War, 1675. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 159 

Edward Wright ( 1703) of Sudbury, Massachu- 
setts, Militia, in King Philip's War. 

John Rowland (1592-1673) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; Signer of the Compact, on Mayflower, 1620; in the 
"First Encounter," Great Meadow Creek, December 6, 
1620; Assistant to Governor, i633-'35; in command of 
Kennebec Trading Post, 1634; Deputy to General Court, 
1 64 1 et seq.; the "beloved Pilgrim." 

Simon Willard (1605-1676); a founder of Concord, 
^Massachusetts; Deputy to the General Court, i636-'54; 
Assistant, i654-'76; Commander-in-Chief of the Expedi- 
tion of the United Colonies against Ninigret, Sachem of the 
Nyantics, 1655; led the heroic relief at the battle of Brook- 
field; commanded the Middlesex Regiment of Massachu- 
setts Troops, in King Philip's War, with rank of Major. 

Daniel Gookin (i 612-1687); Captain of a military 
company, 1648 ; Deputy to the General Court, from Cam- 
bridge, i649-'5i; Speaker, 165 1; Assistant, i652-'86; in 
1681 was appointed Major General of the Colony of Massa- 
chusetts. 

John Chester (1635-1697); Wethersfield, Connecti- 
cut, Trooper, 1658; Lieutenant, 1672; Captain, 1677; 
Deputy to General Court, i678-'89. 

Thomas Welles (1598- 1660) of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut; Magistrate of Governing Court, i637-'6o; Sec- 
ond Treasurer, i639-'5i; Secretary, i640-'48; Governor 
pro tern., 1651; Deputy-Governor, 1654, '56, '57. '59! 
Governor, i655-'58, Commissioner for the United Colonies, 
1649. 



i6o SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



ROBERT ATWATER SMITH 

Clerk, War Department, Washington City. Born, New Haven, Connecti- 
cut, July 2, 1849. 

Son of 

Elmore Smith (1819-1903) and Lucy (Bassett) Smith (1817- 
1902). 

Grandson of 

Amos Smith (1769-1853) and Eunice (Clark) Smith (1776-1854). 
Hezekiah Bassett (1774-1850) and Loly (Atwater) Smith (1779- 

Great-grandson of 

John Smith (1744-1819) and Mary (Ford) Smith (1747-1817). 
Ebenezer Clark (1742-1813) and Hannah (Tenney) Clark (1743- 

1823). 
Hezekiah Bassett (1746-1823) and Sarah (Ires) Bassett (1748- 

1809). 
Medad Atwater (1751-1832) and Rhoda (Dickerman) Atwater 

1748-1806). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Ephraim Smith (1715-1802) and Sarah (Newton) Smith (1723- 

John Ford (1704-1760) and' Mary (Gunn) Ford (1713-1760). 
Ebenezer Clark (1711-1800) and Ann (Warner) Clark (1716- 

1795)- 
William Bassett (1716-1760) and Mabel (Goodyear) Bassett 

1726 - — ). 
Samuel Dickerman (1717-1775) and Mary (Ailing) Dickerman 

( 1808). 

Dan Ives (1721-1776) and Mary (Piatt) Ives (1727-1754). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Smith (1674-1751) and Ruth (Briscoe) Smith (1682-1749). 

John Ford (1654-1711) and Sarah (Fitch) Ford (1669 ). 

John Clark (1678-1771) and Sarah (Goodwin) Clark (1683- 

1781). 
Nathaniel Goodvear (1690-1752) and Sarah (Woodin) Goodyear 

1696 ). 

Jonathan Ailing (1683-1775) and Sarah (Sackett) Ailing (1693- 

1766). 
Joseph Ives (1672-1751) and Sarah (Ball) Ives (1679 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Smith (i 646-1 731) and Phebe (Canfield) Smith (1656- 

1730). 

Thomas Fitch ( 1690) and Ruth (Clark) Fitch ( ). 

John Clark ( 1731) and Elizabeth (White) Clark (1655- 

1711). 




RICHARD WORSAM MEADE. 
Horn, 1857; (.lied, 1897. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA i6i 



John Goodyear (1650-1703) and Abigail (Gibbard) Goodvear 

(1660-1717). 
John Ailing (1647-1717) and Susannah (Coe) Ailing (1653- 

1746). 
Joseph Ives (1647-1694) and Mary (Yale) Ives (1650-1704). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Canfield ( 1689) and Phebe (Crane) Canfield 

Thomas Fitch (1612-1704) and Mary ( ) Fitch ( 1. 

Nathaniel White (1629-1711) and Elizabeth ( ) White 

(1635-1690). 

Stephen Goodyear (1607-1657) and Margaret ( ) Lamber- 

ton Goodyear (1614 ). 

Robert Coe (1627-1659) and Hannah (Mitchell) Coe (1631-1702). 

* Thomas Yale ( 1683) and Mary (Turner) Yale ( 1704). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Matthew Mitchell (1590-1645) and Susan (Butterfield) 

Mitchell ( ). 

Nathaniel Turner ( 1647) and Mary ( ) Turner 

( )• 

Stephen Goodyear (1607-1657); Deputy-Governor of 
New Haven, Connecticut, Colony, i655-'58; Commission- 
er for the United Colonies, 1643. 

Thomas Fitch (1612-1704) of Norwalk, Connecticut; 
appointed Ensign, 1665; Commissioner, 1669; Captain, 
1673; in King Philip's War. 

Thomas Canfield ( i68g) ; Sergeant in Milford, 

Connecticut, Train Band; Deputy to General Court from 
Milford. 

Nathaniel White (1629-1711); Captain of Middle- 
town, Connecticut, Train Band. 

Matthew Mitchell (1590-1645) of Stratford, Con- 
necticut; Deputy to General Court, May, 1637; Assistant, 
1638; served in the garrison at Saybrook Fort under Lion 
Gardiner, in the Pequot War. 

Nathaniel Turner ( 1647) of New Haven, Con- 
necticut; Captain in Pequot War; Assistant, 1639. 



1 62 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



CALEB ROCHFORD STETSON 

Clergyman, Washington City. Born, Boston, Massachusetts, April i6, 1871. 

Son of 

George Rochfor'd Stetson (1833 ) and Helen Sybil (Avery) 

Stetson (1840 ). 

Grandson of 

Caleb Stetson (1801-1885) and Susannah (Hunt) Stetson (1798- 

1862). 
Samuel Avery (1791-1867) and Mary Ann Wood (Candler) 

Avery (1801-1879). 

Great-grandson of 

Amos Stetson (1777-1859) and Hannah (Hunt) Stetson (1776- 

1834). 
Ebenezer Hunt (1760-1832) and Susannah (Bowditch) Hunt 

i-^ 1807). 
Elisha Avery (1761-1835) and Sybil (Avery) Avery (1767-1830). 

Great-great-grandson of ■ 
Amos Stetson (1720-1779) and Experience (French) Stetson 

(1745 ). 

Ebenezer Hunt (1730-1804) and Rachel (Kingman) Hunt ( ). 

Samuel Avery (1731-1806) and Sybil (Noves) Avery (1745- 

William Avery (1726 ) and Abigail ( ) Avery ( ). 

William Bowditch (1726-1793) and Susannah (Allen) Bowditch 

(1738 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Amos Stetson (1703-1777) and Margaret (Thayer) Stetson (1705- 
Alexander French (1695 ) and Rebecca (Staples) French 

Ebenezer Hunt (1677-1760) and Mary (Lovell) Hunt (1698- 

1736)- 
Humphrey Avery (1699-1788) and Jerusha (Morgan) Avery 

(1704-1763). 
William Noyes (1715-1809) and Sybil (Whiting) Noyes (1722- 

William Bowditch ( ) and Mary (Bass) Bowditch (1698- 

{ )• 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Stetson (1670 ) and Mary (Collamore) Stetson (1667- 

Benjamin Thayer (1686-1712) and Margaret (Curtiss) Thayer 

(1686 ). 

Samuel French (1659-1712) and Hannah (Marsh) French ( 

1718). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 163 



Ephraim Hunt (1650-1713) and Joanna (Alcock) Hunt (1660- 

1746). 
Samuel Avery (1664-1723) and Susannah (Palmes) Avery (1665- 

1747)- 

Charles Whiting (1692-1738) and Elizabeth (Bradford) Whit- 
ing (1697-1777). 

William Morgan (1669 ) and Margaret (Avery) Morgan 

(1674 ). 

John Noyes (1685-1757) and Mary (Gallup) Noyes (1695-1736). 

Samuel Bass (1660-1751) and Mary Adams (Webb) Bass ( 

1706). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Stetson (163 9-1722) and Prudence ( ) Stetson ( ). 

Anthony Collamore ( 1693) and Sarah (Chittenden) Col- 

^ lamore (1646 ). 

Richard Thayer (1655-1729) and Rebecca (Micall) Thayer 

(1658 ). 

Alexander Marsh (1628-1698) and Mary (Belcher) Marsh 

James Avery, Jr. (1646 ) and Deborah (Stallgon) Avery 

( 1739)- 

William Palmes ( ) and Ann (Humphrey) Palmes (1621- 

1695). 
William Whiting (1659 ) and Mary (Allyn) Whiting 

(1657 ). 

Samuel Bradford (1668-1717) and Hannah (Rogers) Bradford 

(1668 ). 

James Morgan, Jr. (1644-1711) and Mary (Vine) Morgan (1641- 

1689). 
James Avery (1620-1700) and Joanna (Greenslade^ Avery 

(1622 ). 

James Noyes (1640-1719) and Dorothy (Stanton) Noyes (1652- 

. 1743)- 
William Gallup (1658-1731) and Sarah (Chesebrough) Gallup 

( 1729). 

John Bass ( 1716) and Ruth (Alden) Bass <i63i-i674). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Robert Stetson (1613-1702) and ( ) Stetson ( ). 

Isaac Chittenden ( 1676) and ( ) Chittenden 

( ). 

John Humphrey (1595-1661) and Lady Susan (Clinton) Hum- 
phrey ( ). 

John Whiting (1635-1689) and Sybil (Collins) Whiting ( ). 

Tohn Allyn ( 1696) and Ann (Smith) Allyn ( ). 

William Bradford (1624-1703) and Alice (Richards) Bradford 
(1624-1671). 

John Rogers ( 1732) and Elizabeth (Paybody) Rogers (1647- 



1 64 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



James Morgan (1607-1685) and Margary (Hill) Morgan 

John Gallup {i6i6-i67<,) and Hannah (Lake) Gallup ( ). 

Samuel Chesebrough (1637-1673) and Abigail ( ) Chese- 

brough ( ). 

Samuel Bass (1600-1694) and ( ) Bass ( ). 

John Alden (1599-1687) and Priscilla (MuUins) Alden ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Whiting ( 1647) and Susannah ( ) Whiting 

( ). 

Edward Collins ( ) and ( ) Collins ( ). 

Matthew Allyn ( 1671) and ( ) Allyn ( ). 

Henry Smith ( ) and Ann (Pynchon) Smith ( ). 

William Bradford (1588-1657) and Alice Carpenter (South- 
worth) Bradford (1590-1670). 

William Chesebrough (1594-1667) and Ann (Stevenson) Chese- 
brough ( ) . 

William Paybody (1619-1707) and Elizabeth (Alden) Paybody 
(1634-1717). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Pynchon (1589-1661) and ( ) Pynchon 

( )• 

Humphrey Avery (1699- 1788) of Groton, Massachu- 
setts;; Representative in the General Assembly, 1732 et seq. 

Ephraim Hunt (1650-1713) of Weymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; served in the Expedition to St. Lawrence River 
under Sir William Phipps, i6go; served in Expedition 
against Indians in Groton, i7o6-'o7; Assistant, 1703-'! 3. 

.Samuel Bass ( 1660-175 i) of Braintree, Massachusetts; 
served in Captain Johnson's Company, raised for service 
against the Narragansetts, 1675. 

Anthony Collamore ( 1693) of Scituate, Massa- 
chusetts; Captain of Militia. 

Richard Thayer (1655-1729) of Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts; served in Captain Johnson's Company, in King 
Philip's War and in the Great Swamp Fight. 

Alexander Marsh (1628- 1698) of Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts; Representative to the General Court, 1692. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 165 

James Avery, Jr. (1646 ) of Groton, Connecticut; 

Deputy to the General Court from New London, 
1690-1702; Lieutenant and Captain of the Train Band, in 
the Connecticut Forces, during the frontier wars. 

William Whiting (1659 ) of Hartford, Connec- 
ticut; Captain; Major; Colonel, > of the Hartford Troops, 
in Queen Ann's French War. 

James Morgan, Jr. (1644-1711) of Groton, Connecti- 
cut ; Captain and Commander of the Dragoon Force of New 
London County, Connecticut, 1690; Deputy from New 
Lpndon, 1 689- 1 700; Deputy from Groton, 1706. 

James Avery (1620-1700) of Gi^oton, Connecticut; En- 
sign; Lieutenant, and Captain of the New London Com- 
pany; served throughout King Philip's War, in command 
of soldiers from Stonington, New London, and Lyme; was 
in the Great Swamp Fight; Deputy to the General Court, 
i656-'8o. 

James Noyes (1640-17 19) of Stonington, Connecticut; 
Chaplain in Captain George Denison's command that cap- 
tured the Narragansett Chief, Canonchet, 1676. 

Robert Stetson (1613-1702) of Scituate, Massachu- 
setts; Cornet of the First Horse Company, raised in Ply- 
mouth Colony; Deputy to General Court, 1653 et seq. 

Isaac Chittenden ( 1676) of Scituate, Massa- 
chusetts; Representative to the General Court, 1658 et seq.; 
killed in defence of Scituate against the Indians. 

John Humphrey (1595-1661); one of the original 
patentees, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1627; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1630; Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1641 ; First Major-General of the Colony. 

John Whiting (1635-1689) of Hartford, Connecticut; 
Chaplain of Hartford Forces, in King Philip's War. 



i66 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



John Allyn ( 1696) of Hartford, Connecticut; 

Cornet, 1637;. Captain, Hartford Militia, 1673; Lieutenant 
Colonel, 1689; Secretary' of Connecticut Colony thirty-four 
years; Assistant, i662-'96; Member of Governor Andros' 
Council, 1687. 

William Bradford (1624- 1703); Deputy-Governor of 
Plymouth Colony; commanded Plymouth Forces, with rank 
of Major, Great Swamp Fight, and was severely wounded. 

James Morgan (1607- 1685) oi Groton, Connecticut; 
Deputy to the General Court at Hartford, 1657 et seq. 

John Gallup (1616-1675) of Stonington, Massachu- 
setts; Deputy to General Court, i665-'67; served in Pequot 
War, with rank of Captain, and killed in Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Samueli Bass (1600-1694) of Braintree, Massachusetts; 
Deputy to the General Court, 1641 et seq. 

John Alden (1599- 1687) of Duxbury, Massachusetts; 
last surviving signer of Mayflower Compact; Member, 
under arms, of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Com- 
pany, 1643; Assistant, i633-'4i, '50, '86; Deputy-Governor, 
1666. 

William Whiting ( 1647) of Hadley, Massa- 
chusetts; Assistant, and Second Colonial Treasurer, Colony 
of Connecticut, i64i-'47; served as Major in Colonial 
Forces. 

Edward Collins ( ) of Cambridge, Massachusetts; 

Representative to the General Court, 1654 to 1670, except- 
ing 1661. 

Matthew Allyn ( 1671) of Hartford, Connecti- 
cut; Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1636; Dep- 
uty to Connecticut General Court, i648-'57; Assistant, 
i658-'67. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 167 

Henry Smith ( ) ; commissioned by Massachusetts, 

to govern Springfield, as Magistrate. 

William Bradford (1588-1657) ; Signer of the May- 
flower Compact; Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

William Cheesebrough (1594-1667) of Stonington, 
Connecticut; Deputy to General Court, i653-'55-'57-'64. 

William Paybody (1619-1707) of Little ' Compton, 
Rhode Island; was Deputy to the General Court twenty- 
two times. 

William Pynchon (1589-1661) of Springfield, Massa- 
chusetts; Chartered Incorporator and Assistant; Treasurer, 
i632-'34; Governor of Springfield, i64i-'5o; Governing 
Magistrate of Connecticut, i637-'38. 

GEORGE ROCHFORD STETSON 

Washington City. Born, Boston, Massachusetts, November 28, 1833. 

Son of 
Caleb Stetson (1801-1885) and Susannah (Hunt) Stetson (1798- 
1862). 

Grandson of 

Amos Stetson (1777-1859) and Hannah (Hunt) Stetson (1776- 

1834). 
Ebenezer Hunt (1760-1832) and Susannah (Bowditch) Hunt 

( 1807). 

Great-grandson of 

Amos Stetson (1720-1779) and Experience (French) Stetson 
Ebenezer Hunt (1730-1804) and Rachel (Kingman) Hunt 

William Bowditch (1726-1793) and Susannah (Allen) Bowditch 

(1738 )• 

Great-great-grandson of 

Amos Stetson (1703-1777) and Margaret (Thayer) Stetson (1705- 

Alexander French (1695 ) and Rebecca (Staples) French 

Ebenezer Hunt- (1677-1760) and Mary (Lovell) Hunt (1698- 
1736). 



1 68 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



William Bowditch ( ) and Mary (Bass) Bowditch (1698- 

). 

Great-great-great'grandson of 

Robert Stetson (1670 ) and Mary (Collamore) Stetson (1667- 

Benjamin Thayer (1686-1712) and Margaret (Curtiss) Thayer 

(1686 ). 

Samuel French (1659-1712) and Hannah (Marsh) French ( 

1718). 
Ephraim Hunt (1650-1713) and Joanna (Alcock) Hunt (i66o- 

1746). 
Samuel Bass (1660-1751) and Mary Adams (Webb) Bass ( 

1706). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Stetson (1639-1722) and Prudence ( ) Stetson ( ). 

Anthony Collamore ( 1693) and Sarah (Chittenden) Col- 

lomore (1646 ). 

Richard Thayer (1655-1729) and Rebecca (Micall) Thayer 

(1658 ). 

Alexander Marsh (1628-1698) and Mary (Belden) Marsh 

( ). 

John Bass ( 1716) and Ruth (Alden) Bass (1631-1674). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 

Robert Stetson (1613-1702) and ( ) Stetson ( ). 

Isaac Chittenden ( 1676) and ( ) Chittenden 

Samuel Bass (1600-1694) and ( ) Bass ( ). 

John Alden (1599-1687) and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden ( ). 

Samuel Bass (i 660-1 751) of Braintree, Massachusetts; 
served in Captain Johnson's Company, 1675, raised for 
service against the Narragansetts. 

Ephraim Hunt (1650-1713) of Weymouth, Massachu- 
setts; served in the Expedition to St. Lawrence River under 
Sir William Phipps, 1690; served in Expedition against 
Indians in Groton, i7o6-'o7; Assistant, 1703-13. 

Anthony Collamore ( 1693) of Scituate, Massa- 
chusetts; Captain of Militia. 

Alexander Marsh (1628-1698) of Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts; Representative to the General Court, 1692. 

Richard Thayer (1655-1729) of Braintree, Massachu- 




f^ 



Born, 1832; died, 1901. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 169 

setts; served in Captain Johnson's Company, in King 
Philip's War and in the Great Swamp Fight. 

Robert Stetson (1613-1702) of Scituate, Massachu- 
setts; Cornet of the First Horse Company, raised in Ply- 
mouth Colony; Deputy to General Court, 1653 et seq. 

Isaac Chittenden ( 1676) of Scituate, Massachu- 
setts; Representative to the General Court, 1658 et seq.; 
kiUed in defence of Scituate against the Indians. 

Samuel Bass (1600-1694) of Braintree, Massachusetts; 
Deputy to the General Court, 1641 et seq. 
• John Alden (1599- 1687) of Duxbury, Massachusetts; 
last surviving signer of Mayflower Compact; Member, 
under arms, of Captain. Myles Standish's Duxbury Com- 
pany, 1643; Assistant, i633-'4i, '50, '86; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1666. 

FRANK AUSTIN SWARTWOUT 

Physician, Washington City. Born, Lee Center, Illinois, June 21, 1867. 

Son of 

Abram L. Swartwout (1841 ) and Carrie Elizabeth (Thayer) 

Swartwout (1848-1893). 

Grandson of 

Nelson James Swartwout (1814-1868) and Abigail (Riker) Swart- 
wout (1819-1893). 

Great-grandson of 

Francis Swartwout (1788-1843) and Clarissa (Calkins) Swart- 
wout (1793-1876). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Jacobus Swartwout (1750-1813) and ( ) Swartwout 

( )• 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Swartwout (1726 ) and Phebe (Pudney) Swartwout 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Jacobus Swartwout (1692-1749) and Greltjen (Neuerkerk) 

Swartwout (1691 ). 

12 



1 70 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Swartwout (1660-1723) and Elizabeth (Gardiner) 
Swartwout (1663-1749). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

RoELOFF Swartwout (i634-r7i5) and Eva (Bratt de Hooges) 
Swartwout ( 1689). 

Jacobus Swartwout (1692- 1749) of New York; Prior to 
1 7 10 he cottimanded a Company of Orange County Militia 
in Queen Anne's War; was in Captain James Vernooy's 
Company in the Ulster County Regiment of Colonel Jacob 
Rustin in 17 15; Supervisor of South Ward of Dutchess 
County, i722-'3o; Assessor, i730-'43; Justice, 1743 -'49. 

Thomas Swartwout (1660-1723) of New York; served 
in the Militia Company commanded by Captain- James Ver- 
nooy in the Ulster County Regiment of which Jacob Rusten 
was Colonel. 

RoELOFF Swartwout (1634-1715) of New York; held 
the office of Schoat of Esopus; took part in an Indian fight 
June 7, 1663; was Member, of Governor Leesler's Council 
in War with France. 

JOHN YEATMAN TAYLOR 

Medical Director (Retired), U. S. Navy. Born, East Nottingham, Pennsyl- 
vania, January 21, iSzg. 

Son of 

Job Taylor (1800-1846) and Susanna (Yeatman) Taylor (1804- 

1893)- 

Grandson of 

William Taylor (1773-1829) and Ann (Mercer) Taylor (1781- 

1857). 
John Yeatman (1769-1743) and Hannah (Marshall) Yeatman 

(1775-185?). 

Great-grandson of 

John Taylor (1743-1813) and Dinah (Baily) Taylor (1753-183^). 

John Marshall (1734 ) and Susanna (Lamborn) Marshall 

(1749-1839). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 171 



Great-great-grandson of 

Philip Taylor (1714-1762) and Mary (Gilpin) Taylor (1716- 

1806). 
Robert Lamborn (1733-1781 and Ann (Bourne) Lamborn ( 

1790). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Philip Taylor (1680-1732) and Ann (Conway) Taylor (1688- 

Jesse Jacob Bourne ( ) and AUce (Maris) Bourne ,(1699- 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Conway (— - — 1689) and Mary (HoUingsworth) Con- 
way (1665 ). 

John Maris {1669-1747) and Susanna (Lewis) Mans ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Valentine Hollingsworth (1632-1710) and ( ) Hol- 

lingsworth ( ). 

George Maris (1632-1705) and Alice ( ) Mans (-- — ). 

Philip Taylor (1680-1732) ; Member of Assembly, for 
County of Chester, Province of Pennsylvania, I7i5-'i6; 
County Treasurer, l^2/^-26. 

Valentine Hollingsworth (1632-17J0); was a 
Member of the Pennsylvania Assembly, i682-'83, '87, '88, 
'89, '95, and 1700. 

George Maris (1632-1705); Member of Pennsylvania 
Provincial Council, 1695. 

GILBERT THOMPSON 

Topographer, U. S. Geological Survey. Born, North Blackstone, Massa- 
chusetts, March 21, 1839. 

Son of 
William Venner Thompson (1813-1882) and Harriet (Gilbert) 
Thompson (1814-1893). 

Grandson of 
Judson Gilbert (1782-1866) and Mary (Gannett) Gilbert (1790- 

Great-grandson of 
Nathaniel Gilbert (1747-1814) and Mary (Keith) Gilbert (1749- 
1823). 



1 72 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Benjamin Gannett (1757-1837) and Deborah (Sampson) Gan- 
nett (1760-1827). 

Great-great-grandson of 

JosiAH Keith (1703-1754) and Ruth (Manley) Keith ( ). 

Jonathan Sampson (1739 ) and Deborah (Bradford) Samp- 
son (1752 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Josiah Keith (1703-1754) and Mary (Lathrop) Keith ( ). 

Elisha Bradford ( ) and Bathsheba (Le Broche) Bradford 

( ). 

Jonathan Sampson (1690-1758) and Joanna (Lucas) Sampson 
(1691-1768). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

James Keith (1643-1719) and ( ) Keith ( ). 

Joseph Bradford ( ) and Jael (Hobart) Bradford ( ). 

Isaac Sampson (1660-1726) and Lydia (Standish) Bradford 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Bradford (1588-1657) and Alice Carpenter (South- 
worth) Bradford (1590-1670). 

Abraham Sampson and (Nash) Sampson ( ). 

Alexander Standish (- ) and Sarah (Alden) Standish ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Myles Standish (1584-1656) and ( ) Standish ( ). 

Samuel Nash ( ) and ( ) Nash ( ). 

John Alden (1599-1687) and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden ( ). 

Josiah Keith (1703-1754) of Easton, Massachusetts; 
soldier in the French and Indian Wars, Province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay, 1748. 

William Bradford (1588-1657),- Signer of the May- 
flower Compact; Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

Myles Standish (1584-1656); Signer of the May- 
flower Compact ; received the first military commission given 
in New England, February 27, 162 1 ; Assistant, 1624 et seq.; 
Member of Council of War, Plymouth Colony; in 1649 he 
was appointed General-in-Chief of all the companies in the 
Colony. 

Samuel Nash ( ) of the Duxbury Company, "was 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 173 

frequently engaged in the military operations of the Ply- 
mouth Colony." 

John Alden (1599-1687) of Plymouth, Massachusetts; 
last surviving Signer of the Mayflower Compact; Member, 
under arms, of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Com- 
pany, 1643; Assistant, i633-'4i, '50-'86; Deputy, i64i-'42, 
■'43-'49; Deputy-Governor, 1666; Member of the Council 
of War, 1646, '53-'6o, 67, '71, '75-'76. 

WILLIAM BAKER THOMPSON 

fewyer, Washington City. Born, Fort Ann, New York, August 27, 183S. 

Son of 

Israel Thompson (1803-1890) and Martha Ann (Baker) Thomp- 
son (1815-1893). 

Grandson of 

Judah Thompson (1767-1829) and Mary (Harris) Thompson 

(1774-1850). 
William Baker (1784-1861) and Sarah Drown (Wheeler) Baker 

(1794-1869). 

Great-grandson of 

Caleb Thompson (1733-1823) and Lydia (Haskins) Thompson 

(1733-1782). 
Enoch Baker (1751-1793) and Huldah (Ingham) Baker (1760- 

1851).. 
Royal Paine Wheeler (1764-1837) and Sarah (Drown) Wheeler 

(1768-1822). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Thompson (1696-1768) and Esther (Ailing) Thompson 

(1697-1776). 
Aaron Baker (1726-1802) and Jemima (Clark) Baker (1728- 

1815). 
Jeremiah Wheeler (1731-1811) and Submit (Horton) Wheeler 

(1733-1778). 
Frederick Drown (1743-1804) and Martha (Wheeler) Drown 

(1747-1837). . ^ t 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Thompson (1669-1749) and Rebecca (Bishop) Thomp- 
son (1673-1734). 

John Baker (1680-1762) and Rebecca (Clark) Baker (1687-1774). 

Valentine Wheeler (1725-1791) and Sarah (Goff) Wheeler 
(1727-1815) ; parents of Martha (Wheeler) Drown. 



1 74 SOCIETY OF COLONML WARS 



Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

John Thompson (163 3 -1707) and Ann (Vicars) Thompson ( • ' •• 

1690). 
James Bishop (— ^^^ 1691) and Elizabtth (Tompkins) Bishop 

( ). 

Timothy Baker (1647-1729) and Sarah (Hollister) widovi 

Atherton) Balcier ( — — 1691). 
John Clark (1651-1-704) and Mary (Strong) Clark (1654-1738). 
Philip Wheeler (1698-1765) and Martha (Salisbury) Wheeler 

( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Anthony Thompson (1612-1648) and ( ) Thompson 

( )• 

William Clark (1609-1690) and Sarah ( ) Clark ( 

1675). 
John Strong (1605-1699) and Abigail (Ford) Strong (160S- 

1688). 
John Hollister (1612-1665) and Joanna (Treat). Hollister 

(1618-1694). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Richard Treat (i 584-1 669) and Alice (Gaylord) Treat ( ). 

Jeremiah Wheeler (1731-1811), of Rehoboth, Massachu- 
setts; Second Lieutenant in Captain Valentine Wheeler's 
(Fourth Rehoboth) Company; Colonel William Bullock's 
Regiment (First Regiment of Militia, County of Bristol, 
Massachusetts), 1761. 

Samuel Thompson (1669- 1749) of New Haven, Con- 
necticut; Lieutenant and Captain of First Company; Dep- 
uty, 1716. 

Valentine Wheeler (1725-1791) of Rehoboth, Mass- 
achusetts; Major in Colonel Jerathmeel Bower's Regiment 
(First Regirnent of Militia in County of Bristol, Massa- 
chusetts), 1762; Lieutenant Colonel in Colonel William 
Bullock's Regiment (First Regiment of Militia in County 
of Bristol, Massachusetts), February, 1767; Captain of 
Fourth Rehoboth Company of First Regiment of Bristol 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 175 

.Company (Colonel William Bullock's Regiment), Septem- 
ber, 1767. 

James Bishop ( 1691) of New Haven, Connecti- 
cut; Secretary oi New Haven Colony, i66i-'65; Governor's 
Assistant, Connecticut Colony, i668-'83; Deputy-Governor, 

i683-'9i. 

Timothy Baker (1647-1729) of Northampton, Massa- 
chusetts; Ensign of Train Band (in Militia) in Captain 
William Turner's Company, Falls Fight, 1676; Ensign of 
Foot under Captain Cook, 1685. 

Philip Wheeler (1698-1765) of Rehoboth, Massachu- 
setts; Captain of a Company of the First Bristol Regi- 
ment in 1758; served in King Philip's War. 

Anthony Thompson (1612-1648) of New Haven, 
Connecticut; Signer of "Compact" with Governor Eaton 
and Reverend John Davenport, at New Haven, 1639; Sol- 
dier in Indian troubles, 1642. 

William Clark (1609-1690) of Massachusetts; served 
as Lieutenant in King Philip's War. 

John Strong (1605-1699), Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay; Deputy to General Court of Mass., i64i-'44. 

John Hollister (1612-1665) of Wethersfield, Connec- 
ticut; Deputy in General Court of Massachusetts, 1644; 
Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, i645-'56; Lieu- 
tenant in Militia and served in King Philip's War. 

Richard Treat (1584-1669) of Connecticut; one ot 
the Patentees for Connecticut named in the Royal Char- 
ter, 1662 ; Member of Governor John Winthrop's Coun- 
cil, i663-'65; Deputy to First General Court, i637-'44; for 
Wethersfield County; Assistant, i657-'65. 



176 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



PALMER TILTON 

First Ivieutenant (Retired), U. S. Army. Born, Boston, January z8, 1852. 

Son of 

Warren Tilton (1824-1892) and Sarah Ann (Ould) Tilton (1829- 
1902). 

Grandson of 

Stephen Tilton (1790-1857) and Priscilla Hale (Brown) Tilton 

( 1862). 

Great-grandson of 

Stephen Tilton (1767-1799) and Huldah (Palmer) Tilton ( 

Great-great-grandson of 
Nathaniel Tilton (1745 ) and Annie (Safford) Tilton 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Daniel Tilton (1697-1745) and Sarah ( ) Tilton ( 

1770). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Abraham Tilton ( 1690) and Mary (Jacobs) Tilton 

( ). 

Daniel Tilton (1697-1745) of Ipswich, Massachusetts; 
Lieutenant at Louisbourg, 1 745 ; Lieutenant of Second 
Company, Fifth Massachusetts Regiment, 1744; in In- 
dian Fights, 1722. 

Abraham Tilton ( 1690) of Ipswich, Massachu- 
setts; Lieutenant in Sir William Phipps' Expedition against 
Canada, 1690. 

JAMES BRAINERD TAYLOR TUPPER 

Born, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, November 8, 1839. 

Son of 

Martyn Tupper (1800-1872) and Persis L. (Peck) Tupper (1804- 
1871). 

Grandson of 

Thomas Tupper (1762-1853) and Martha (Wood) Tupper ( 

1805). 
Daniel Peck (1769-1828) and Persis (Ladd) Peck ^1775-1854). 




Born, 1867; died, 1901. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 177 



Great-grandson of 

Solomon Tupper (1731-1801) and ( ) Tupper ( ). 

Daniel Peck (1743-1802) and Jerusha (Yerrington) Peck ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 
Eliakim Tupper (i68i ) and Joanna (Gibbs) Tupper 

Samuel Peck (1707 ) and Alice (Way) Peck ( ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 
Thomas Tupper (1638-1706) and Martha (Mayhew) Tupper 

( 1717)- 

Samuel Peck (1678-1735) and Elizabeth (Lee) Peck ( 1731). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Thomas Tupper (1578-1676) and Anne ( ) Tupper (1586- 

1676). 

Thomas Mayhew (1592-1681) and Martha (Parkhurst) May- 
hew ( ). 

Joseph Peck (1641-1718) and Sarah ( ) Peck ( 1726). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Peck (1601-1694) and Elizabeth ( ) Peck ( 

1683). 

Thomas Tupper, Sr. (1578-1676) of Sandwich, Massa- 
chusetts; founder of Sandwich in 1637; Captain and Mem- 
ber of Council of War; Selectman; Deputy to the General 
Court for nineteen years. 

Thomas Mayhew (i 592-1 681) of Massachusetts; 
Deputy from Watertown, Massachusetts to the General 
Court, i636-'44; bought Martha's Vineyard and Nan- 
tucket in 1 641, becoming thereby a proprietor by patent; 
Governor, J647-'8i; Commander of Martha's Vineyard, 
Province of New York by Commission from Governors 
Lovelace and Nichols. 

William Peck (1601-1694) of New Haven, Connecti- 
cut; one of the founders of New Haven Colony in 1638; 
Deputy from New Haven, 1 640-'48. 



1 78 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



FRANK TWEEDY 

Topographical Engineer,, U. S. Geological Survey. Born, New York City, 
June 12, 1854. 

Son of 

Oliver Burr Tweedy (1806-1899) and Maria (Lord) Tweedy 
(1813-1883). 

Grandson of 

Samuel Tweedy (1775-1868) and Ann (Burr) Tweedy (1783- 
1849). 

Great-grandson of 

Oliver Burr (1745-1797) and Elizabeth (Smith) Burr ( ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Andrew Burr (1696-1763) and Sarah (Sturgis) Burr ( ). 

Andrew Burr (1696- 1763) of Fairfield, Connecticut; 
Lieutenant of Second Company of Fairfield (Train Band) 
1 731; Captain, 1733; Major in Fourth Connecticut Regi- 
ment, 1739; Colonel in the Connecticut Forces at the Siege 
of Louisburg, 1745; Speaker of the Assembly of Connecti- 
cut, 1745; Member of the War Committee for New Haven, 
1746,- Colonel of Fourth Regiment of Fairfield, 1750; 
Deputy for Fairfield, i727-'47; Justice of the Peace, 1727- 
'45; Judge of County, i745-'63; Speaker, 1741 et seq.; 
appointed to receive arms and accoutrements belonging to 
the King, used by soldiers in the Campaign against Crown 
Point, 1757. 

HARRY WESTON VAN DYKE 

Lawyer, Washington City. Born, New York City, April 11, 1872. 

Son of 

Howard Butler Van Dyke (1840-1902) and Mary Elizabeth 
(Weston) Van Dyke (1839 ). 

Grandson of 

Edmund Weston (1799-1870) and Sarah (Edson) Weston (i8o6- 
1851}. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 179 



Great-grandson of 

Abner Weston (1760-1830) and Huldah (Washburn) Weston 

(1766-1845). 
Joseph Edson (1782-1832) and Sarah (Throop) Edson (1783- 

1863). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Weston (1731-1814) and Mary (Tinkham) Weston 

(1732-1800). 
Jonah Washburn (1733-1810) and Huldah (Sears) Washburn 

(1737-1816). 
Josiah Edson (1758-1819) and Sarah (Pinney) Edson (1756- 

1805). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Weston (1698-1773) and Susannah (Jackson) Weston 

John Tmkham (1680-1766) and Hannah (Howland) Tinkham 
'1694-1792)." 

James Washburn (1698 ) and Elizabeth (Leonard) Wash- 
burn ( ) . 

Isaac Pinney (1716-1791) and Susannah (Phelps) Pinney (1731- 
1795)- 

David Sears (1710-1788) and Phoebe ( ) Sears (1712-1779). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Weston (1660-1723) and Rebecca (Soule) Weston ( 

1732). 
Eleazer Jackson (1669 ) and Hannah (Ransom) Jackson 

( ). 

Ephraim Tinkham (1649-1714) and Esther (Wright) Tinkham 
(1649-1717). 

Isaac Howland (1649-1724) and Elizabeth (Vaughan) How- 
land (1652-1727). 

James Washburn (1672 ) and Mary (Bowdenl Washburn 

( )• 

Isaac Pinney (1686-1717) and Abigail (Fillev^ Pinney (1685- 

1761). 
Joseph Phelps (1692-1761) and Susannah (Enos) Phelps (1699- 

1773)- 
Josiah Sears (1675-1727) and Mercy (Howes) Sears ( 1720). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Edmund Weston (1605-1686) and - — (Delano) Weston 

John Soule (1632-1695) and Esther ( ) Soule ( 1673). 

Abraham Jackson ( 1714) and Remember (Morton) Jack- 
son ( 1707). 

Ephraim Tinkham (1616-1685) and Mary (Brown) Tinkham 
(1627-1685). 



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John Rowland (1593-1673) and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland 

(1607-1687). 
John Washburn, Jr. (1621-1686) and Elizabeth (Mitchell) 

Washburn ( ). 

Isaac Finney (1663-1709) and Sarah (Clark) Pinnev (1663- 

). 

Joseph Phelps (1666-1716) and Sarah (Hosford) Phelps (1666- 

). 

James Enos (1651-1714) and Abigail (Bissell) Enos (1661-1728). 

Silas Sears (1637-1697) and Anna (Bursall) Sears ( 1725). 

Samuel Howes ( 1723) and ( ) Howes ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Soule ( 1680) and Mary (Becket) Soule ( 

1677). 
Nathaniel Morton (1613-1685) and Lydia (Cooper) Morton 

^ )• 

John Washburn ( 1670) and Margerie ( ) Washburn 

(1586 ). 

Experience Mitchell (1609-1689) and Jane (Cook) Mitchell 

— )• 
Humphrey Pinney ( 1683) and Mary (Hull) Pinney ( 

1684). 
Daniel Clark (1622-1710) and Mary (Newberry) Clark ( 

1688). 
Timothy Phelps (1639-1719) and Mary (Griswold) Phelps 

(1644 — -). 
John Hosford (: 1698) and Phillury (Thrall) Hosford ( 

1683). 
Samuel Bissell (1640-1698) and Abigail (Holcombe) Bissell 

( 1688). 

Richard Sears (1590-1676) and Dorothy (Thatcher) Sears ( 

1679). 
Joseph Howes ( 1694) and Elizabeth (Mayo) Howes ( 

1700). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

George Hull ( ) and ( ) Hull ( ). 

Thomas Newberry ( ) and ( ) Newberry ( ). 

William Phelps (1599-1672) and Mary (Dover) Phelps ( 

1675). 
Edward Griswold (1607-1691) and Margaret ( ) Griswold 

( 1670). 

William Thrall (1606-1679) and ( ) Thrall ( 

1676). 

John Bissell (1591-1677) and ( ) Bissell ( 1641). 

Thomas Howes ( 1665) and Mary (Burr) Howes ( ). 

John Mayo ( ) and Thomasine ( ) Mayo ( ). 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA i8i 



David Sears (1710-1788) of Middleborough, Massachu- 
setts; served as a Second Lieutenant in the French and In- 
dian Wars ; served with the Massachusetts Troops at Onei- 
da Station, New York, 1758; served as a scout under Lieu- 
tenant Crooker, in Queen Ann's War, 17 12. 

Isaac Howland (1649-1724) of Middleborough, 
Massachusetts; served as an Ensign and Lieutenant, with 
Captain Church, in King Philip's War; Representative to 
General Court, i689-'95. 

Edmund Weston (1605-1686) of Duxbury, Massachu- 
setts; served as a soldier in Captain Myles Standish's Com- 
pany, 1643. 

Ephraim Tinkham (1616-1685) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; served as a Sergeant of the Governor's Body- 
Guard for more than twenty years; saw active service in 
King Philip's War. 

John Howland (1592-1673) df Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; the thirteenth Signer of the Compact on board the 
Mayflower, 1620; served in the First Encounter, at Great 
Meadow Creek, December 6, 1620; was Assistant to Gov- 
ernors Winslow and Prence, i633-'35 ; was in command of 
Kennebec Trading Post in 1634; was Deputy to General 
Court, 1641, '52-'70; the "Beloved Pilgrim." 

John Washburn, Jr. (1621-1686) of Duxbury, 
Massachusetts; served as a soldier in Pequot Alarm, 1645; 
served as a soldier in the Narragansett War; also served as 
a soldier in King Philip's War. 

Isaac Pinney (1663-1709) of Windsor, Connecticut; 
served as a Sergeant in Queen Ann's War, near AlJsany, 
New York, 1709. 

Silas Sears (1637-1697) of Yarmouth, Massachusetts; 
Commissioned Ensign in the Barnstable Company, October 



i82 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



28, 1 681; commissioned Lieutenant, July 7, 1682; elected 
Representative to General Court in 1685, serving until 1691. 

George Soule ( 1680) of Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts; the thirty-fifth Signer of the Compact on board the 
Mayflower, 1620; served in Pequot War, 1637; was in the 
Plymouth Company, 1643; Representative to the General 
Court, i645-'54. 

Nathaniel Morton (1613-1685) of Plymouth, Massa- 
chusetts; Secretary of the Plymouth Colony in 1645, hold- 
ing ofBce for forty years; Member of the Council of War 
that declared war against the Awashonks, 1671 ; he was the 
author of "New England's Memorial." 

John Washburn ( 1670) of Duxbury, Massachu- 
setts; first Secretary of Massachusetts Bay Colony, serving 
until 1628; served as a soldier in Captain Myles Standish's 
Company, 1643. , 

Experience Mitchell (1609-1689) of Duxbury, 
Massachusetts; served as a soldier in Captain Myles Stand- 
ish's Company, 1643. 

Daniel Clark (1622-1710) of Windsor, Connecticut; 
Lieutenant in First Troop of Mounted Horse, under Cap- 
tain John Mason, 1657; confirmed as its Captain, May 12, 
1664, serving in command until 1681; Representative to 
General Court, i656-'6i ; was Assistant to Governor, 
i662-'64; Secretary to the Colony of Connecticut, i6s8-'63. 

Timothy Phelps (1639-1719) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut; commissioned Lieutenant in Captain Matthew Allyn's 
Company, Colonel William Whiting's Regiment, 1709; 
saw active service in Queen Ann War; was afterwards a 
Captain. 

John Hosford ( 1698) of Windsor, Connecticut; 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 183 

served in Captain Daniel Clark's Company of Dragoons 
during King Philip's War, 1676. 

Richard Sears (1590-1676) of Yarmouth, Massachu- 
setts; served as a soldier in the Yarmouth Company, Lieu- 
tenant William Palmer commanding, 1643; vi^as a Repre- 
sentative to the General Court in 1662. 

George Hull ( ) of Dorchester, Massachusetts, and 

Windsor, Connecticut; Representative to General Court 
from Dorchester, i634-'36; Representative from Windsor 
to first General Court in Connecticut for thirty terms prior 
to 1654; Assistant to Governor, 1654. 

Thomas Newberry ( ) of Windsor, Connecticut; 

Representative to General Court, i634-'35. 

William Phelps (1599- 1672) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut; appointed a Member of the Court, composed of eight 
citizens, "to govern the people of Connecticut," March 3, 
1-636; Deputy to Court w^hich declared war against Pe- 
quots, 1637; Assistant to Governor, 1638; was a Represen- 
tative to General Court, i645-'5i. 

Edward Griswold (i 607-1 691) of Windsdr and Kill- 
ingsworth, Connecticut; Representative from Windsor to 
General Court from 1656 to date of King Charles' Charter; 
Representative from Killingsworth to General Court, 
i678-'88. 

William Thrall (1606-1679) of Windsor, Connecti- 
cut; served in Pequot War, under Captain John Mason, 

1637- 

John Bissell (1591-1677) of Windsor, Connecticut; 
Captain of the Windsor Troops, i675-'76, serving in King 
Philip's War. 

Thomas Howes ( 1665) of Yarmouth, Massachu- 
setts; served in Captain William Palmer's Company, 1643. 

John Mayo ( ) of Barnstable, Massachusetts; 



i84 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

served in Lieutenant Thomas Dymoke's Company, 1643, 
and saw active service, i643-'44. 

GEORGE TULLY VAUGHAN 

Assistant Surgeon-General, U. S. Marine Hospital Service. Born, Nelson 
County, Virginia, June 27, 1859. 

Son of 

Washington L. Vaughan (1833-1882) and Frances E. (Shields) 

Vaughan (1842 ). 

Grandson of 

George Vaughan (1801-1876) and Mary C. (Edmunds) Vaughan 
(1805-1875) 

Great-grandson of 

Rowland Edmunds (1775-1840) and Elizabeth (Nevil) Edmunds 

(1780 ). 

Great-great-grandson of 

James Nevil (1728-1784) and Mary (Lewis) Nevil ( ). 

James Nevil (1728-1784) ; Captain of the Albermarle 
Company, Virginia Militia, i757-'58; served in the French 
and Indian Wars; Major of Amherst County Troops, 1761 ; 
Lieutenant Colonel, 1764; Colonel, 1769. 

JOHN SIDNEY WEBB 

lawyer, Washington City. Born, Washington City, January 26, i860. 

Son of 

William Benning Webb (1825-1896) and Emily Munroe (Ran> 
dall) Webb (1829-1893). 

Grandson of 

John Freeman Webb (1798-1875) and Charlotte Anne (Poor) 
Webb (1805-1885). 

Great-grandson of 

John Webb (1759-1828) and Elizabeth (Curtis) Webb ( ). 

Moses Poor (1774-1852) and Charlotte (White) Poor (1772- 
1863). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Joseph Webb (1727-1761) and Mehitable (Nott) Webb (1732- 




JUHX ELFRETH W ATKIXS. 
Born, 1S52; died, 1903. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 185 



Calvin White (1738 ) and Mary Lucas (Emmons) White 

Eliphalet Poor (1746-1827) and Elizabeth (Little) Poor (1753- 
1827). 

Great-great-great-grandsoti of 

Gershon Nott (1693-1772) and Sarah (Waterhouse) Nott ( 

1779)- 
Samuel Poor (1706-1748) and Elizabeth (Scare) Poor (1712- 

1779)- 

Ebenezer White (1700 ^) and Anna (Short) White ( 

1.803). 

Greaf ^reat-great-great-grandson of 

John Nott (1651-1710) and Patience (Miller) Nott (1657-1745). 

Henry Poor (1650-1741) and Abigail (Hale) Poor (1662' ). 

Samuel White (1676-1760) and Anna (Pratt) White (1682-1757). 

"■ Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Ebenezer White (1648 ) and Hannah (Phillips) White 

( )■ 

Great-great-Kreat-great-great-great-grandson oi 

Thomas White (1599 ) and (^ — ) White (— ). 

Henry Poor (i 650-1 741) of Rowley, Massachusetts; 
served in King Philip's War, 

John Nott (1651-1710) of Wethersfieldj Connecticut; 
Sergeant in command of twenty-six men, furnished for the 
Pequot War. 

Thomas White (1599 ) of Weymouth, Massachu- 
setts; served as Captain of Militia; Deputy, i637-'7i. 



JOSEPH WHEELER 



Brigadier-General (Retired), U. S. Array. Born; Augusta, Georgia, 
September 10, 1836. 

Son of 

Joseph Wheeler (1787-1866) and Julia Knox (Hull) Wheeler 
(1799-1842). 

' Grandson of 

Joseph Wheeler (1748 ) and Lucy (Smith) Wheeler (1754- 

1817). 

Great-grandson of 

Isaac Smith (1734 ) and Lucy (Clarke) Smith (^ — ). 

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i86 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

Great-great-grandson of 

Jonah Smith (1699 ) and Grace (Riggs) Smith (1708 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Edward Riggs (1680-1712) and Abigail (Nichols) Riggs ( ). 

Great-grcat-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Riggs (1639 ) and Sarah (Baldwin) Riggs ( ). 

Great-great-great-grcat-great-grandson of 
Edward Riggs (1605 ) and Elizabeth (Roosa) Riggs ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
Edward Riggs (1585-1672) and Elizabeth ( ) Riggs ( ). 

Edward Riggs (i 585-1 672) of Roxbury, Massachusetts; 
was Sergeant in the Pequot War in 1637. 

SAMUEL WALTER WOODWARD 

Merchant, Washington City. Born, Damariscotta, Maine, December 13, 

1848. 

Son of 

Samuel Woodward (1819-1875) and Jerusha Baker (Erskine) 
Woodward (1828 ). 

Grandson of 

James Woodward (1783-1843) and Lavina (Wadsworth) Wood- 
ward (1783-1868). 

Great-grandson of 

Cephas Wadsworth (1743-1819) and Molly (Cooke) Wadsworth 
(1743-1827). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Peleg Wadsworth (i7ii;-i774) and Susanna (Sampson) Wads- 
worth (1720 ). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

John Sampson (1688 ) and Priscilla (Bartlett) Sampson 

(1697 ). 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Benjamin Bartlett ( 1691) and Ruth (Peabodie) Bartlett 

(ifijg ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
William Peabodie (1620-1707) and Elizabeth (Alden) Peabodie 
( )• 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 187 



Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 
John Alden (1599-1687) and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden ( ). 

Benjamin Bartlett ( 1691) of Duxbury, Massa- 
chusetts; Lieutenant of Militia; Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1685. 

William Peabodie [Pabodie] (1620-1707) of Ply- 
mouth, Massachusetts; Member under arms in Captain 
■Myles Standish's Duxbury Company in 1643 ; Deputy from 
Duxbury to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1654, 
1663, i67i-'82. 

•John Alden (1599-1687) of Plymouth, Massachusetts; 
last surviving signer of Mayflower Compact ; Member under 
arms of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Company, 1643; 
Member of the Board of Assistants to the Governor, 
i633-'4i, 165 1 -'8 7; First Assistant or Deputy-Governor 
i666-'87; Deputy from Duxbury, i64i-'42, i643-'49; 
Member of the Council of War, 1646, '53, '60, '67, '71, '75- 
'76. Treasurer of the Colony, i656-'59. 

WALTER WYMAN 

Surgeon-General, U. S. Public Health Marine Hospital Service. Born, St. 
Louis, Missouri, August 17, 1848. 

Son of 

Edward Wyman (1815-1888) and Elizabeth Frances (Hadley) 
Wyman (1819-1859). 

Grandson of 

Nehemiah Wyman (1786-1869) and Susan Francis (Cutter) Wy- 
man (1789-1864). 

Great-grandson of 

Nehemiah Wyman (1762-1830) and Susanna (Stearns) Wyman 

(1762-1847). 
Samuel Cutter (1758-1820) and Rebecca (Hill) Cutter ( 

1847). 

Great-great-grandson of 

Nehemiah Wyman (172Z-1775) and Elizabeth (Winn) Wyman 
(1719 ). 



i88 SOCIETY OF COa:.ONIAL WARS 



Samuel Cutter (1736-1791) and Susannah (Francis) Cutter 

(1734 ,). 

Great-great-great-grandson of 

Samuel Cutter (1700-1737) and Anna (Harrington) Cutter 

Great-great-great-great-grandson of 

William Cutter (1649-1723) and Rebecca (Rolfe) Cutter ( ). 

Great-great-great-great-great-grandson of 

Richard Cutter (1621-1693) and Elizabeth { ) Cutter 

( )• 

Nehemiah Wyman { 1 722-1 775) of Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; served as Sergeant in Captain David Green's Com- 
pany, raised by Colonel Eleazer Tyng, virhich marched to the 
relief of Fort William Henry in August, 1757; again in ser- 
vice in 1759; Lieutenant, l673-'74. 

Richard Cutter (i 621-1693) of Cambridge, Massa- 
chusetts; Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company of Boston, 1643. 




List of Members and 
Ancestors 



The names of members are printed in italics. 



Abbot, Anna, 125. 
Abbot, George, 85, 86. 
Abbot, Hannah, 85. 
Abbot, John, 85. 
Abbot, Lydia, 125. 
Abbot, Sarah, 84. 
Acie, Elizabeth, 140. 
Adams, Alice, 41. 
Adams, William, 41. 
Agnew, Martha Jane, 123 
Alcock, Joanna, 163, 168. 
Alden, Elizabeth, 49, 164, i 
Alden, John, 49, 51, 113, 

164, 166, 168, 169, 

173, 187. 
Alden, Ruth, 113, 163, 168. 
Alden, Sarah, 172. 
Allen, Elizabeth, 44> 
Allen, Hannah, 123. 
Allen, Susannah, 162, 167. 
Alley, Sarah, 119. 
Ailing, Esther, 173. 
Ailing, John, 161. 
Ailing, Jonathan, 160. 
Ailing, Mary, 160. 
Allyn, John, 163, 166. 
Allyn, Mary, 163. 
Allyn, Matthew, 164, 166. 
Alvord, Sarah, 149. 



Ambler, Mary, 130. 

Amos, Esther, 44. 

Anderson, James House, 27. 

Anderson, James Thomas, 27. 

Angell, John, 45, 47. 

Angell, ^lartha, 44. 

Angell, Mary, 105. 

Angell, Thomas, 45, 47, 48, 106, 
107. 

Appleby, Bignall, 29. 

Appleby, George Franklin, 29. 
86. Appleton, Judith, 34, 156. 

114, Appleton, Samuel, 34, 156. 
172, Armistead, Judith, 137. 

Armstrong, Susan W., 105. 

Arnold, Eleazur, 105. 

Arnold, Elizabeth, 66. 

Arnold, Freelove, 105. 

Arnold, Jeremiah, 105. 

Arnold, Job, 105. 

Arnold, John, 66. 

Arnold, Jonathan, 66. 

Arnold, Richard, 105, 106. 

Arnold, Thomas, 105, 106, 107. 

Astwood, Hannah, 6g. 

Astwood, John, 69, 70. 

Athertbn, Humphrey, 53, 54. 

Atherton, Thankful, 53. 

Atkins, Henry, 79. 
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Atkins, Joshua, 79. 
Atkins, Mary, 79. 
Atkins, Nathaniel, 79. 
Atkinson, Nancy, 102, 104, 
Atwater, John, 68. 
Atwater, Loly, 160. 
Atwater, Medad, 160. 
Atwater, Miriam, 68. 
Atwater, Titus, 68. 
Atwood, Machel, 79. 
Atwood, Rebecca, 79. 
Audley, Ann, 55. 
Austin, Abigail, 148. 
Averill, Daniel, 31. 
Averill, Henry Ketchura, 30. 
Averill, Henry Ketchum, Jr., 30. 
Averill, Nathan, 30. 
Avery, Elisha, i6a. 
Avery, Hannah, 76. 
Avery, Helen Sybil, 162. 
Avery, Humphrey, i6a, 164. 
Avery, James, 77, 78, 128, 140, 

141, 163. 
Avery, James, Jr., 163. 
Avery, John, 77, 140, 141. 
Avery, Margaret, 163. 
Avery, Mary, 76, 127, 140. 
Avery, Samuel, 127, 162, 163. 
Avery, Sybil, 162. 
Avery, William, 162. 
Axtell, Hannah, 85. 
Ayer, Elizabeth, 85. 
Ayer, Mehitable, 84. 
Ayer, Samuel, 85, 86. 
Ayers, Robert, 85. 
Ayers, Temperance, 79. 

Backus, Hannah, 134. 
Backus, William, 134, 133. 
Bagg, Emma, 124. 
Baily, Dinah, 170. 
Baird, ABsalom, 32, 33. 
Baird John, 32, 33. 
Baird, William, 32, 33. 
Baker, Aaron, 173. 
Baker, Enoch, 173. 
Baker, Jerusha, 68. 
Baker, John, 68, 69, 173. 
Baker, Martha Ann, 173. 



Baker, Sarah, 58. 

Baker, Timothy, 174, 175. 

Baker, William, 173. 

Balch, Tabitha, 11;. 

Baldwin, Jonathan, 85. 

Baldwin, Joshua, 84. 

Baldwin, Josiah, 84. 

Baldwin, Mary 84, 155. 

Baldwin, Sarah, 186. 

Ball, Sarah, 160. 

Bancroft, Elizabeth, 125. 

Bangs, ' Rebecca, 59. 

Barber, Amzi Lorenzo, 33. 

Barber, Jane, 54. 

Barber, LeDroict Langdon, 33. 

Barbour, Elizabeth, 154. 

Barbour, George, 154, 155. 

Barker, Sarah, 85. 

Barnard, Job, 34. 

Barnard, Timothy, 34, 35. 

Barnard, Uriah, 34. 

Barnard, William, 34. 

Barnum, Susan Louise, j6. 

Barsboom, Anna, 124. 

Bartlett, Benjamin, 128, 129, 

186, 187. 
Bartlett, Ichabod, 127. 
Bartlett, Josiah, 127. 
Bartlett, Molly, 127. 
Bartlett, Priscilla, 186. 
Bartlett, Robert, 128, 129. 
Bass, John, 113, 163, 168. 
Bass, Mary, 162, 168. 
Bass, Samuel, 163, 164, 166, 168, 

169. 
Bass, Sarah, 113. 
Bassett, Hezekiah, x6o. 
Bassett, Lucy, 160. 
Bassett, William, 160. 
Batchelder, Ebenezer, 36, 37, 38. 
Batchelder, George Aiken, 36. 
Batchelder, Joseph Frederick, 37. 
Batchelder, Joseph M., 36, 37. 
Batchelder, Nathan, 36, 37. 
Batchelder, Richard, 36, 37. 
Battee, Dinah, 144. 
Baxter, Hannah, 79. 
Baxter, John, 79, 81. 
Beall, Jane, 112. 



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191 



Beall, Ninian, iiz. 
Beaman, Hannah, 134. 
Bean, Margaret, 36, 37. 
Becket, Mary, 180. 
Beckwith; Basil, 3S. 
Beckwith, Charles, 3S. 
Beckwith, Frederick W., 38. 
Beckwith, George, 38. 
Beckwith, John, 38. 
Beckwith, John W., 38. 
Beckwith, Paul Edmond Chou- 
teau, 38. 
Beebe, Jerusha, 91. 
Belcher, Mary 163. 
Belden, Mary, 168. 
Bell, George, 39, 40. 
Bell, Samuel, 39, 40. 
Bell, William Duffield, 39, 40. 
Belt, Joseph, in. 
Belt, Middleton, in. 
Benedict, Mary, 88. 
Benedict, Thomas, 88, 90. 
Benjamin, Edmund Burke, 40. 
Benjamin, Marcus, 40. 
Benjamin, Orson, 40. 
Bennett, Anne, 29. 
Bennett, Benjamin, 44. 
Bennett, Henry, 43. 
Bennett, Nebadiah Westcott, 43. 
Bennett, Richard, 29. 
Bennett, Robert, 43. 
Bennett, Robert Root, 43. 
Bennett, Samuel, 44, 45, 46. 
Bennett, William Henry, 43. 
Bent, Abner, 27. 
Bent, Elijah, 27. 
Bent, Hopestill, 27. 
Bent, John, 28. 
Bent, Peter, 27. 
Bent, Sarah, 27. 
Bent, Silas, 27, 28. 
Berry, Desire, 44. 
Beverly, Peter,. 137, 138. 
Beverly, Susannah, 137. 
Bigelow, Abigail, 149. 
Bigelow, Sarah, 122. 
Bill, Benjamin, 44. 
Bill, Philip, 44, 45, 46, 47. 
Bill, Prudence, 44. 



Billings, Abby, 76. 
Bingham, Calvin, 134. 
Bingham, Joseph, 134, 135. 
Bingham, Lucina, 134. 
Bingham, Thomas, 134. 
Bird, Benjamin, 53. 
Bird, Susannah, 53. 
Bird, Thomas, 53. 
Birge, Anna, 157. 
Birge, Cyrus, 157. 
Birge, David, 157. 
Birge, Elijah, 157. 
Birge, Joseph, 157. 
Bishop, Hannah, 115. 
Bishop, James, 174, 175. 
Bishop, Rebecca, 173. 
Bissell, Abigail, 180. 
Bissell, John, 180, 183. 
Bissell, Samuel, 180. 
Blackwell, Elizabeth, 108. 
Blackwell, William, 108. 
Blagden, Thomas, 48. 
Blanchard, Nathaniel, 113. 
Blanchard, Thomazin, 113. 
Bland, Edward, 29. 
Bland, Richard, 29. 
Bland, Sarah Anne, 29. 
Bland, Theodorick, 29, 30. 
Bland, William, 29. 
Blanford, John, 89, 91. 
Blanford, Sarah, 88. 
Bliss, Hannah, 12;. 
Blood, Elizabeth, 84, 121. 
Blossom, Mercy, kS. 
Boggs, Archibald, 57. 
Boggs, Pamela Robertson, 57. 
Boiling, Agnes, 148. 
Booth, Joseph, 125. 
Booth, Lydia, 125. 
Booth, Robert, 126. 
Booth, Simeon, 126. 
Booth, Zachariah, 125. 
Borden, Amy, 70. 
Borden, Benjamin, 71. 
Borden, Joseph, 71. 
Borden, Richard, 71. 
Borowell, Ann, 71, loi, 140. 
Borowell, Anna, 77. 
Bourne, Ann, 171. 



192 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



^Bourne, Jesse Jacob, 171. 
Bowden, Mary, 179. 
Bowditch, Susannah, 162, 167. 
Bowditch, Wiilliam, 162, 167, 

168. 
Boyd, Alexander, 52. 
Soyd, Allen Richards, 52. 
Boynton, Abigail, 36, 3(7. 
Boynton, Joshua, 36, 37, 38. 
Bradford, Alice, 41. 
Bradford, Deborah, 172. 
Bradford, Elisha, 172. 
Bradford, Elizabeth. 163. 
Bradford, Joseph, 127, 172. 
Bradford, Priscilla, 127. 
Bradford, Samuel, 163. 
Bradford, William, 41, 42, 43, 

163, 164, 166, 167, 172. 
Brady, Rebecca, 118. 
Bratt, Susanna, 123. 
Bratt de Hooges, Eva, 170. 
Brent, George, 7^. 
Brent, Jane, 75. 
Brent, Robert, 75. 
Brewer, Hannah, 85, 126. 
Brewer, John, 144, 146. 
Brewer, Rachel, 144. 
Brewster, Hannah, 101. 
Brewster, Jonathan, loi. 
Brewster, Love, 128. 
Brewster, Patience, 60, 116. 
Brewster, Sarah, 128. 
Brewster, William, 60, 62, loi, 

102, u6, 117, 128, 129. 
Bridgum, Mary, 88. 
Briggs, Betsey, io2, 104. 
Briggs, George Gary, 54. 
Briggs, Isaac B., 54. 
Briggs, Southwick Cary, 54. 
Brinckerhoff, Abraham Joris, 31. 
BrinckerhofiE, Margaretta, 31. 
Briscoe, Ruth, t6o. 
Bronson, Sarah, 158. 
Brooke, Dorothy, 102, 103. 
Brooke, James, 102, 104. 
Brooke, Robert, 103, 104. 
Brooke, Roger, 102, 103. 
Brooks, Hannah, 55. 
Brooks, Thomas, 55, 56. 



Brown, Ann, 108. 

Brown, Catherine, 140. 

Brown, Chad, 45, 48. 

Brown, Daniel, 45. 

Brown, Elizabeth, 27. 

Brown, Gustavus, 108. 

Brown, Hannah, 31. 

Brown, Henry, 105, to6. 

Brown, John, xii, 132. 

Brown, Mary, 114, 131, 135, tyg. 

Brown, Phebe, 105. 

Brown, Priscilla Hale, 176. 

Brown, Rebecca, 141. 

Brown, Sarah, 45, 114. 

Brown, Susanna, 32, 33. 

Brown, Tabitha, 87. 

Brown, Thomas, 27, 28. 

Brownson, Gideon, 67, 68. 

Brownson, Mary, 67. 

Bryan, Anne Butler, 137. 

Bryan, Constant, $€. 

Bryan, Elijah, 56. 

Bryan, Frederick Carlos, 56. 

Bryan, Richard, Jr., 5^. 

Bryant, Hannah, 122. 

Buck, Alice, 131. . 

Buck, Ebenezer, 131. 

Buck, Jonathan, 131, 132. 

Budd, Rose, 109, 144. 

Budd, Thomas, no, m, 144, 

147. 
Buell, Elias, 54. 
Buell, Jesse, 54. 
Buell, Julia C, 54. 
Buell, Peter, 55, 56. 
Bull, Rebecca, 64. 
Bunker, Ann, 35. 
Bunker, Mary, 35. 
Bunker, Peleg, 35. 
Burd, James, 144, 145. 
Burd, Jean, 144. 
Burdett, Sarah, loS. 
Burdett, Thomas, 108. 
Burdett, William, io8, 109. 
Burges, Mary, 113. 
Burlingame, Elizabeth, 105. 
Burnap, Tabitha, 84. 
Burnham, Abigail, 156. 
Burnham, Ruth, 88. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



193 



Burnham, Tlibmas, Jr., 89, 91. 

Burr, Andtew, 178. 

Burr, Ann, 178. 

Burr, Mary, 180. 

Burr, Oliver, 178. 

Bursal!, Anna, 180. 

Bursel, Anna, 59. 

Burt, Mary, 135. 

Burwell, Elizabeth, 136. 

Burwell, L«wis, 137, 138. 

Burwell, Nathaniel, 136. 

Bury, Lucy, 148. 

Butler, Benjamin, 153, 154. 

Butler, Dorothy, 158. 

Butler, Eli, 153. 

Butt, Archibald Willingham.sy. 

»Utt, Joshua Willingham, 57. 

Butterfield, Susan, 41, i6i. 

Byrne, Mary A. T., 107. 

Calkins, Clarissa, 170. 

Camp, Abigail, 49. 

Camp, Nicholas, 49, 51. 

Candee, Hannah, 63. 

Candee, Samuel, 63, 64. 

Candler, Mary Ann Wood, 163. 

Canfield, Aaron, 147. 

Canfield, Hilen, 147. 

Canfield, Mary Arabella, 147. 

Canfield, Matthew, 148. 

Canfield, Milton C, 147. 

Canfield, Phebe, i6o. 

Canfield, Samuel, 148. 

Canfield, Thomas, 148, 161. 

Carew, Palmer, 55. 

Carew, Ruth, 54. 

Carey, Sarah, 45. 

Carnes, Abby, 58. 

Carnes, Edward, jS, 60. 

Carnes, John, 58, 60. 

Carnes, Thomas Jenner, 58. 

Carpenter, Alice, 41. 

Carter, Elizabeth, 88, 136. 

Carter, John, 137, 139. 

Carter, John, ist., 88, 91. 

Carter, John, zd, 88, 90. 

Carter, Mary, 27. 

Carter, Robert (King), 137, 138. 

Caiy, Joseph, 54. 

Cary, Maria, 54. 



Cary, Samuel, 54. 

Catlin, John, ij5, 156. 

Catlin, Joseph, 155, 156. 

Catlin, Nancy, 155. 

Catlin, Seth, 155. 

Champney, Mary, 85. 

Chandler, Deborah, 125. 

Chandler, Hannah, 8$. 

Chandler, Henry, 125. 

Chandler, Joanna, 84. 

Chandler, John, 85. 

Chandler, Mercy, 127. 

Chandler, Sarah, 125. 

Chandler, Thomas, 85) 86, izS. 

Chandler, Zebadiah, 84. 

Channell, Agnes Laura, 87. 

Channell, Leon LeLanne, 87. 

Chapman, Charlotte Augusta, 
131. 

Chapman, George Thomas, 13*. 

Cheseborough, Abigail, 140. 

Chesebrough, Abigail, 77. 

Chesebrough, Danielj 75. 

Chesebrough, Elihu, 76. 

Chesebrough, Elihu, Jr., 76. 

Chesebrough, Elihu, 3rd., 76, 
Chesebrough, Elisha, 77. 
Chesebrough, Fannie, 75. 
Chesebrough, Margaret, toi. 
Chesebrough, Samuel, 164. 
Chesebrough, Sarah, 163. 
Chesebrough, William, 77, 78, 

164, 167. 
Chesley, James, 79. 
Chesley, Joseph, 79. 
Chesley, Sally, 79. 
Chesley, Thomas, 79. 
Chester, John, 158, 159. 
Chester, Mary, 158. 
Chittenden, Isaac, 163, 165, 168, 

169. 
Chittenden, Mary, 63, 64. 
Chittenden, Sarah, 163, 168. 
Chittenden, Simeon, 63. 
Chittenden, William, 64, 65. 
Church, Lois Dorcas, 147. 
Churchill, Benjamin, 88. 
Churchill, Electa, 156. 
Churchill, John, 156. 



194 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Churchill, Josiah, 88, 89. 

Churchill, Prudence, 87. 

Claggett, Volinda, 38. 

Clapp, Ann, 52. 

Clapp, Ebenezer, 53, 53. 

Clapp, Hannah, 53, 131. 

Clapp, Roger, 53. 

Clapp, Samuel, 53. 

Clark, Abigail, 142. 

Clark, Alonzo Howard, 58. 

Clark, Daniel, i8oj 182. 

Clark, Ebenezer, 160. 

Clark, Elizabeth, 132, 135, 154. 

Clark, Enoch, 58. 

Clark, Eunice, 160. 

Clark, Jemima, 173. 

Clark, John, 160, 174. 

Clark, Nathaniel, 58. 

Clark, Rebecca, 45, 173. 

Clark, Ruth, 158, 160. 

Clark, Sarah, 180. 

Clark, Scotto, 58. 

Clark, Thaddeus, 132, 133. 

Clark, Thatcher, 58. 

Clark, Thatcher, Jr., 58. 

Clark, William, 45, 47, 174, 175. 

Clarke, Andrew, 59. 

Clarke, Frances, 55. 

Clarke, Jeremiah, 55. 

Clarke, Jeremy, 55, 56. 

Clarke, Lucy, 185. 

Clarke, Mary, io6. 

Clarke, Thomas, 59, 60. 

Clary, Caroline, 155. 

Claypoole, Elizabeth, 66. 

Claypoole Jeremiah, 66. 

Claypoole, Norton, 67. 

Clements, Job, 84. 

Clements, John, 85, 86. 

Clements, Lydia, 84. 

Clements, Robert, 85, 87. 

Clephane, Lewis, 63. 

Clephane, Walter Collins, 63. 

Cleves, Elizabeth, 132. 

Cleves, George, 132, 134. 

Clifford, Joseph, 36, 37. 

Clifford, Peace, 36, 37. 

Clinton, (Lady) Susan, X28, 163. 

Coale, Elizabeth, 112. 



Coale, William, 112. 
Coates, Elizabeth, 102, 103. 
Coe, Robert, 161. 
Coe, Susannah, 161. 
Coffin, Deborah, 35. 
Coffin, Mary, 35. 
Coffin, Stephen, 35. 
Coffin, Susanna, 35. 
Coffin, Tristram, 35. 
Coggeshall, John, 119. 
Coggeshall, Patience, 119. 
Cogswell, Edward, 31. 
Cogswell, Lucy, 31. 
Cogswell, William, 31. 
Cole, Elizabeth, 28. 
Colhoon, Andrew, 109. 
Colhoon, Rebecca, 109. 
Collamore, Anthony, 163, 164,. 

168. 
Collamore, Mary, 162, 168. 
Collier, Sarah, 128. 
Collier, William, 128, 130. 
Collins, Ann, 40. 
Collins, Annie M., 63. 
Collins, Augustus, 63. 
Collins, Daniel, 63. 
Collins, Edward, 164, 166. 
Collins, Elizabeth 136. 
Collins, John, 63, 64. 
Collins, Nathaniel, 41. 
Collins, Simeon, 63. 
Collins, Sybil, 163. 
Colton, Ebenezer. 125. 
Colton, George, 126. 
Colton, Henry, 125. 
Colton, Sophronia, 125. 
Colton, Thomas, 125, 126. 
Colyer, Sarah, 149. 
Combs, Catherine, 43. 
Connell, Benjamin F., 66. 
Connell, Robert, 66. 
Conover, Ann, 71. 
Conway, Ann, 171. 
Conway, Thomas, 171. 
Conwell, Eliza, 66. 
Conwell, Jehu, 66. 
Conwell, Lydia, 66. 
Conwell, Thomas, 66. 
Conwell, William, 66. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



195 



Conwell, Yeates, 67. 

Cook, Jane, 44, 180. 

Cook, Lydia, 44. 

Cook, Richard, 45, 47. 

Cooke, Alvera A., 67. 

Cooke, Bethia, 79. 

Cooke, Charles Edtoard, 67. 

Cooke, Francis; 45, 48, 80, 81. 

Cooke, Josiah, 79. 

Cooke, Molly, 186. 

Coon, Albon A., 67. 

Coon, Helen M., 67. 

Cooper, Lydia, 180. 

Copeland, Fanny, 92. 

Copp, Elizabeth, 100. 

Copp, Jonathan, loi. 

Gbpp, Joseph, 100. 

Cornell, Elizabeth, 54. 

Cornwall, Lois, 63. 

Cornwall, Samuel, 64. 

Cornwall, William, 63, 64, 65. 

Cotton, Verlinda, 108. 

Coulter, Comfort, 66. 

Coulter, Thomas, 66, 67. 

Cowles, Calvin, 68. 

Co<wles, Caliiin Du<vall, 68. 

Cowles, Calvin Josiah, 68. 

Cowles, John, 69. 

Cowles, Josiah, 68, 69. 

Cowles, Samuel, 68, 69. 

Cowles, Thomas, 68. 

Cox, Ezekiel Taylor, 70. 

Cox, James, 70. 

Cox, Thomas Jefferson, 70. 

Cox, William Van Zandt, 70. 

Craiger, John, 72. 

Craiger, Sherman Montrose, 72. 

Crane, Martha, 41. 

Crane, Phebe, 161. 

Crarey, Eunice, 11:3. 

Craufurd, David, 100. 

Crauford, Sarah, 99. 

Creed, Elizabeth, 31. 

Cross, Sarah, 102, 104. 

Crow, Mehitable, 41. 

Crump, Elizabeth, 108. 

Curtis, Elizabeth, 184. 

Curtis, Theodosia, 134. 

Curtiss, Margaret, 162, 168. 



Custis, George, 73, 74. 

Custis, George Washington 

Neale, 73, 74. 
Custis, Henry, 73, 74. 
Custis, James Bayard Gregg, 

74- 
Custis, Revell, 73, 74. 
Custis, William, 73, 74. 
Custis, William Henry, 73, 74. 
Cutter, Richard, 188. 
Cutter, Samuel, 187. 188. 
Cutter, Susan Francis, 187. 
Cutter, William, 188. 
Cutts, John, 79, 80, 81. 
Cutts, Sarah, 79. 
Cuyler, Catherine Maley, 96, 97. 
Cuyler, Cornelius, 96, 97. 
Cuyler, Hendrick, 96, 97, 98. 
Cuyler, Johannis, 96, 97. 
Cuyler, John, 96, 97. 

Davenport, Henry K., 75. 
Davenport, Richard Graham, 

. 75- . 
Davis, Abigail, 38. 
Davis, Elizabeth, 83. 
Davis, Robert, 38, 39. 
Davis, Sarah, 44. 
Davis, Susanna, 84.. 
Davis, William, 39. 
Dayton, Charity, 93. 
DeForest, Margaret, 49. 
Deming, Elizabeth, 88. 
Denio, Abigail, I5<. 
Denison, Alice, iao. 
Denison, Benadam, 140. 
Denison, Betsy P., 139. 
Denison, Daniel, 71, loi. 
Denison, Elisha W., 75. 
Denison, Eliza, 75. 
Denison, Elizabeth, 70. 
Denison, George, 70, 71, loi, 

140. 
Denison, Hiram Clift, 75. 
Denison, Isaac, 75. 
Denison, John, 101. 
Denison, Jonathan, 140. 
Denison, Lucy, 140. 
Denison, Mary, 71. 



196 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Denison, Rachel, 100. 
Cenison, Robert, 76, 140. 
Denison, William, 70, 71, 72, 

140. 
De'nnison, Benadam, 76. 
Dennison, Daniel, 76, 80, 82. 
Dennison, Daniel, Jr., 76. 
Dennison, Elizabeth, 80. 
Denbison, Esther, 76. 
Dennison, George, 77. 
Dennison, Ira Warren, 75. 
Dennison, John, 76. 
Dennison, Lucy, 76, 
Dennison, Phebe, 76. 
Dennison, William, 76, 80, 82. 
Denton, Lydia, 134. 
Dewey, Deborah, 76. 
DeWhurst, Catherine, 141. 
Dibbell, Lydia, 157. 
Dibble, Sarah, 40. 
Dickerman, Rhoda, 160. 
Dickerman, Saniuel, 160. 
Doane, Rebecca, 59. 
Dodge, Ann, 88. 
Dodge, Edmund, 119. 
Dodge, Hezekiah, 119. 
Dodge, Patience Rathbone, 117. 
Dodge, Thomas, 117. 
Dolling, Mary, 158. 
Doncassen, Catalyn, 98. 
Dorchester, Sarah, 132. 
Dorsey, Amelia, 150. 
Dorsey, Joshua, 150. 
Dorsey, Philemon, 150. 
Dougan, Frances Latham, 55. 
Dover, Mary, 180. 
Drake, Hannah, 151, 152. 
Drake, Jane, 119. 
Drown, Frederick, 173. 
Drown, Sarah, 173. 
Drummond, Lydia, 123. 
Drury, Caleb, 88. 
Drury, Daniel, 87. 
Drury, Ebenezer, 87. 
Drury, Hugh, 89, 91. 
Drury, John, 88, 90. 
Drury, Laura, 87. 
Drury, Luther, 87. 
Drury, Thomas, 88, 90. 



Dudley, Patiience, 80. 

Dudley, Thomas, 80, 82. 

Duffield, Susan, 39, 40. 

DuflSeld, William, 39, 40. 

DumbletoD, Sarah, 44. 

Dungan, Frances, 55. 

Dudn, Catharine, 119. 

Dutcher, Jane, 141. 

Duvall, Martha Temperance, 68. 

Dwight, Mary, 41. 

Dwight, Nathaniel, 41. 

Dwight, Samuel, 41. 

Dwight, Timothy, 41, 42. 

Dyer, George Washin^on, 78. 

Dyer, John, 79. 

Dyer, Jones, ist., 78, 80. 

Dyer, Jones, 2d., 78. 

Dyer, Joseph, 79. 

Dyer, Leonard Huntress, 78. 

Dyer, Mary Ann, in. 

Dyer, Thomas, 79, 80. 

Dymond, Kachel, 154. 

Eames, Elizabeth, 88. 

Eames, John, 88, 90. 

Eames, Thomas, 88, 91. 

Eaton, Joshua, 157. 

Eaton, Mary, 80. 

Eaton, Robah, 157. 

Eaton, Sarah, 157. 

Eaton, Theophilus, 80, 82. 

Edmonds, Mary, 108. 

Edmonds, William, 108. 

Edmoiiston, Archibald, 112. 

Edmonston, Jane, 112. 

Edmunds, Mary C, 184. 

Edmunds, Rowland, 184. 

Edson, Joseph, 179. 

Edson, Josias, 179. 

Edson, Sarah, 178. 

Eliot, John, 158. 

Eliot, Sarah, 157. 

Elliot, Hannah, 119. 

Ely, David, 49. 

Ely, Hepsa, 48. 

Emerson, John, 31. 

Emerson, Martha, 31. 

Emery, Anthony, 120. , 

Emery, Elizabeth, 119. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF CQLUMBIA igy 



Emery, Jaines, l2o. 
Emmons, Marx Lucas, 185. 
England, Eleanor, 105. 
Enos, James, i$p. 
Enos, Susannah, 179. 
Erskine, Jerusha Baker, 186. 
Evans, Elizabeth, 115. 
Evans, Elizabeth Wallis, 109. 
Evans, Evan, 109, no. 
Evans, Evan Rice, 109. 
Evans, John, no. 
Everton, Joanna, 59. 
Everts, AJbner, 67. 
Everts, Emeline, 67. 

Falls, Maiy Jones, 119, 

Fane, Elizabeth, 85. 

Farnsvrorth, Benjamin, 121. 

Farnsworth, Mary, 121. 

Farnsworth, Matthias, 121, 122. 

Farr, Mary, 121. 

Ferris, Sarah, 31. 

Field, John, 45, 48. 

Field, Ruth, 45. 

Filley, Abigail, 179. 

Fish, Joseph, 49, 

Fish, Mary, 49. 

Fisher, George, 83. 

Fisher, Rebekah, 67. 

Fisher, Robert Stretull Jones, 

82. 
Fisher, William, 67. 
Fitch, Ann, 127. 
Fitch, James, 128. 
Fitch, Sarah, 157, 160. 
Fitch, Thomas, 158, 160, 161. 
Fitzgerald, Emily E., 112. 
Fitzgerald, William Pitt Nelson, 

112. 

Flagg, Ebenezer, 88. 
Flagg, Gershom, 88, 90. 
Flagg, S^rah, 87. 
Flagg, "Thoinas, 88, qi^ 
Flint, An^s, 84. 
Flint, Anna, 41. 
Flint, Daniel, 84. 
Flint, Ebenezer, 84. 
Flint, George, 85. 
Flint, jqmes Milton, 84. 



Floyd, AbigaiU 38- 

Floyd, Charle?, 38. 

Floyd, (Flood, Fludd), John, 39. 

Floyd, Williaift 38. 

Folger, Anna, 35. 

Foote, Elizabeth, 88, 

Foote, Nathaniel, ist., 88, 90. 

Ford, Abigail, 132, 174. 

Ford, Ann Elizabeth, i2o. 

Ford, Johanna, 53. 

Ford, John, 157, ifio. 

Ford, Levinia, 124. 

Ford, Mary, 157, 160. 

Forrest, Mary M., 99. 

Forrest, Patrick, 00, 100. 

Forrest, Richard, 99. 

Forrest, Thoinas, 99, 100, 

Forrest, Zachariah, 99, 100. 

Forsyth, Elizabeth, 154, 

Fowke, Frances, io8.- 

Fo^ke, Gerard, 108. 

Fowler, Content, 56. 

Fowler, Sarah, 57. 

Fox, Abigail, 55. 

Fox, Jabez, iji, ijz. 

Fox, John, 131. 

Fox. Mary, 131. 

Fox, Samuel, 55. 

Fox, Thomas, 55. 

Francis, Susannah, 188. 

Freeman, Ann, 58. 

Freeman, Edmund, 59, 62, 116. 

Freeman^ Hannah, 115. 

Freeman, John, 59, 6i, 115, «6. 

Freeman, Joseph, 58. 

Freeman,, Lydia Thapher, 58. 

Freeman, Sarah, 68. 

Freeman, Stephen. 69. 

Freeman, Thacher, 58. 

Freeman, Thankful, 59. 

Freeman, Thomas, 59. 

French, Alexander 162, 167. 

French, Experience, 162, 167^ 

French, Jacob, 85. 

French, John Louis, 87. 

French, Leon Letanne, 87. 

French, Mary, 85. 

French, Samuel,, 162, 168. 

French, Williain, 85, 87. 



198 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Friel, Harriet, 144. 
Frink, Adaline, 157. 
Frink, Thomas, 157. 
Frink, William, 157. 
Frink, William Eliot, 157. 
Frost, Rebecca, 126. 
Fuller, Elisha, 92. 
Fuller, Joshua, 92. 
Fuller, Lydia, 91. 
Fuller, Mary, 43. 
Fuller, Matthew, 92. 
Fuller, Samuel, 92. 
Fuller, Young, 92. 
Furber, Elizabeth, 79. 

Gale, Munroe Forbes, 91. 
Gale, Thomas Monroe, 91. 
Galloway, Jane, 109. 
Gallup, Benadam, 71, 76. 
Gallup, Hannah, 76. 
Gallup, John, 71, 72, 77, 164, 

166. 
Gallup, Lucy, 71. 
Gallup, Mary, 163. 
Gallup, Mercy, 14a. 
Gallup, William, 163. 
Gannett, Benjamin, 172. 
Gannett, Mary, 171. 
Gardiner, Elizabeth, 170. 
Gardiner, George, 105, 106, 107. 
Gardiner, Hannah, 105. 
Gardner, Ann, ja,. 
Gardner, Deborah, 35, 126. 
Gardner, Esther, 127. 
Gardner, Ezekiel, 92. 
Gardner, Freeland Barney, 92. 
Gardner, Horatio H., 92. 
Gardner, Joanna, 76. 
Gardner, Johanna. 71. 
Gardner, John, en. 
Gardner, Joseph, 55. 
Gayer, Dorcas, 35. 
Gaylard, Alice, 50. 
Gaylor, Joanna, 49. 
Gaylor, Walter, 49 
Gaylor, William, 50, 52. 
Gaylord, Alice, 174. 
Germond, Isaac, 95. 
Germond, Mary, 95. 



Gibbard, Abigail, 113, 161. 
Gibbard, Sarah, 69. 
Gibbard, William, 69, 70. 
Gibbons, Ambrose, I20. 
Gibbons, Rebecca, 120. 
Gibbs, Joanna, 177. 
Gibson, Martha, 93. 
Gibson, Mary D., 113. 
Gilbert, Harriet, 171. 
Gilbert, Judson, 171. 
Gilbert, Nathaniel, 171. 
Gillette, Rebecca, 33. 
Gilman, Elizabeth, 36, 37. 
Gilman, Jacob, 36, 37. 
Gilman, John, 36, 37, 38. 
Gilman, Mary, 36, 37. 
Gilpin, Mary, 171. 
Glen, Alexander Lindsay, 98. 
Glen, Anna, 97. 
Glen, Jacob, 97. 
Glover, Abigail, 71. 
Glover, Enoch, 53. 
Glover, John, 53, 54. 
Glover, Mary, 52. 
Glover, Mercv. 69. 
Glover, Nathaniel, 53. 
Goff, Sarah, 173. 
Gold, Abigail, 49. 
Gold, Martha, 63. 
Gold, Nathan, 49, 50, 64. 
Goldsmith, Sarah, 93. 
Goodman, Esther, 153. 
Goodrich, Benjamin, 87. 
Goodrich, David, 87, 89. 
Goodrich, Elizur, 87. 
Goodrich, Ezekiel, 87. 
Goodrich, Hannah, 152. 
Goodrich, Harriet Evelyn, 87. 
Goodrich, William, 88, 89. 
Goodwin, Hannah, 142. 
Goodwin, Sarah, 160. 
Goodyear, John, 113, i6i. 
Goodyear, Mabel, 160. 
Goodyear, Nathaniel, 160. 
Goodyear, Sarah, 112. 
Goodyear, Stephen, 113, 161. 
Goodyear, Thaddeus, H2. 
Goodyear, Theophilus, 113. 
Gookin, Daniel, 158, 159. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



199 



Gookin, Elizabeth, 158. 
Gorham, John, (9, 61. 
Gorham, Lydia, 59. 
Gould, Nathaniel. 64, 65. 
Gray, Ann, 58. 
Graham, George, 75. 
Graham, Jennie Brent, 75. 
Graham, Richard, 75. 
Greenberry, Katherine, 150. 
Greenberry, Nicholas, 150. 
Greene, Jane, 39. 
Greensiade, Joanna, 77, 128, 140, 

163. 
Greer, Mary Ann, 136. 
Gregory, Elizabeth, 137; 
Grimes, Anna, 44. 
Grimes, Jane, 134. 
Grimes, Sarah, 84. 
Griswold, Edward, 180, 183. 
Griswold, Mary, 180. 
Groat, Hester, 124. 
Grosse, Abigail, 8^, 109, 144. 
Grymes, John, 137, 138. 
Grymes, Lucy, 136. 
Grymes, Philip, 136. 
Gunn, Deborah, 135. 
Gunn, Mary, 157, 160. 
Gunn, Samuel, 157, 158. 

Hadley, Elizabeth Frances, 187. 

Hadley, Tryphena, 120. 

Hale, Abigail, 185. 

Hale, Mary, 125. 

Haley, Hannah, 76. 

Hall, Abigail, 84. 

Hall, Asahel, 93, 94. 

Hall, Daniel, 41. 

Hall, Enoch, 58. 

Hall, Hannah, 59. 

Hall, Harrison, 95. 

Hall, Harrison, Jr., 95. 

Hall, Henry Orniille, 93. 

Hall, Hezekiah Johnson, 9a. 

Hall, John, 93, 94. 

Hall, Lucy, 157. 

Hall, Lydia, 58. 

Hall, Mary, 40. 

Hall, Rebecca, 157. 

Hall, Sarah, 94. 



Hall, Warren Vail, 95. 
Hammond, Esther, 76, 154. 
Hamon, Sarah, 131. 
Hardie, Francis Hunter, 96. 
Hardie, James Allen, 96, 97. 
Hardie, Joseph Cuyler, 97. 
Harding, Joanna, 79. 
Harding, Joseph, 79, 
Harlakenden, Mabel, 59, 
Harmon, Mary, 125. 
Harrington, Anna, i88. 
Harrington, Hannah, 78. 
Harris, Arnold, 105. 
Harris, Eleanor V., 105. 
Harris, Gideon, 105, 106. 
Harris, Johanna, 53. 
Harris, Mary, 173. 
Harris, Sarah, 151, 152. 
Harris, Thomas, 105, 106, 107. 
Harrison, Sarah, iia. 
Hariy, Susan, 39, 40. 
Hart, Sarah, 69. 
Hart, Stephen, 69, 70. 
Hartakenden, Dorothy, 31. 
Harvey, Martha, 64. 
Harwood, Anna, 29. 
Harwood, Humphrey, 29. 
Harwood, William, 29. 
Haseltine, Mary, 85. 
Hasey, Jacob, 58. 
Hasey, Sarah, 58. 
Hasey, William, 59, 6r. 
Haskins, Lydia, 173. 
Haynes, John, 59, 62. 
Haynes, Mabel, 59. 
Hazard, Stephen, 55, 56. 
Hazard, Suzannah, 55. 
Haze, Elizabeth, 105. 
Hazel, Sarah, 99, 100. 
Heald, Sarah, 44. 
Hearnden, Alice, 45. 
Heaton, Catherine, 136. 
Helme, Elizabeth, 55. 
Hempstead, Benjamin, 100. 
Hempstead, Nancy, 100. 
Henry, James L. M., 99. 
Henry, James Malcolm, 99. 
Henry, John William, 99. 
Hervey, Frances, 38. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Hervey, Nicholas, 39. 
Hicks, HerodiaSj 106. 
Hildreth, Jane, 121. 
Hildreth, Richard, izi, 122. 
Hill, Charles, Jr., 55. 
Hill, Hannah, 55. 
Hill, Margary, 164. 
Hill, Mary, 79. 
Hill, Nathaniel, 79, 81. 
Hill, Rebecca, 187. 
Hill, Samuel, 79. 
Hill, Valentine, So, 8i. 
Hinckley, Hannah, 53. 
Hinckley, Thqmas, 53. 
Hobart, Jael, 17a. 
Hobbs, Hannah, 35. 
Hodge, Ann Jones, 131. 
Hogden, Abigail, 79. 
Hglbiro(4, Abigail, 68. 
Holbrook, Peletiah, 68. 
Holcombe, Abigail, 180. 
Holden, Frances, 55. 
Holden, Randall, 55, 56. 
Holgrave, Martha, 77. 
Hollingsworth, Katherine, no. 
HoUingsworth, Mary, 171. 
Hollingsw.orth, Valentine, no, 

ni, 171. 
Hollister, Elizabeth, 142, 153. 
Hollister, John, 142, 143, 174, 

175- 
Hollister, Sarah, 174. 
Holmes, Catherine, 55, 
Holmes, John, 55, 56. 
Holt, Abigail, 125, 
Holt, Asenath, 84, 
Holt, Henry Peter Renouf, 100. 
Holt, Robert, 100. 
Hopcott, Sarah, 35. 
Hopkins, Abigail, 59. 
Hopkins, Alfred Francis, 102. 
Hopkins, Constance, ir6. 
Hopkins, Elizabeth, 64. 
Hopkins,, Francis Neville, 102, 

103. 
Hopkins, Gerard Thomas, io2, 

103. 
Hopkins, Giles, 60, 116, 117. 
Hopkins, Mary, 115. 



Hopkins, Neville Monroe, xoz. 

Hopkins, Rhoda, 87. 

Hopkins, Stephen, 60, 63, 116, 

117. 
Hord, Arnold Hams, 105. 
Hord, Elias, 105. 
Hord, Francis T., 105. 
Hord, V^illiam T., 105. 
Horn, Frances, 99, 100. 
Horner, Alfred Byrne, 107. 
Horner, Gustayus Richard 

Browij, 107. 
Horner, Robert, 108. 
Horner, William, io8. 
Horton, Mary, 53. 
Horner, Submit, 173. 
Hosford, John, igo, 182. 
Hosford, Sarah, 180. 
Hough, Betsey, 40. 
Howard, Elizabeth, 144, X50. 
Howell, Jane, no. 
Howes, Joseph, 180. 
Howes, Mary, 179. 
Howes, Samuely 180. 
Howes, Thomas, 180, 183. 
Howland, Abigail, 157. 
Howland, Desire, S9- 
Howland, Jabez, 157. 
Howland, James, 157. 
Howland, Hannah, 179. 
Howland, Isaac, 179, 181. 
Howland, John, 60, 62, 158, 159, 

180, 181. 
Howland, ShubaeV i$8. 
Hubbard, Martha, 80. 
Hubbard, William, 80, 82. 
Hughes, Abigail, 38. 
Huidekoper, Edgar, 109. 
Huidekoper, Frederic Welttrs, 

109. 
Huidekoper, Harm Jan, 109. 
Hull, Cornelius, 49, 50. 
Hull, George, 49, 51, 180, »8j. 
Hull, Julia Knox, 185. 
Hull, Mary, i8o. 
Hull, Sarah, 49. 
Hnmfrey, Ann, 128. 
Humfrey, John, 128. 
Humphrey, Ann, 163. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA aoi 



Humphrey, Johp, 129, 163, 165. 
Hunt, Ebenezer^ 162, 167. 
Hunt, Ephraiffl, 163, 164, 168. 
Hunt, Hannah, 162, 167. 
Hunt, Susannah, 162, 167. 
Hunter, Henry Donnell, 96, 97. 
Hunter, Margaret, 96, 97. 
Huntington, Martha, 55. 
Huntress, Christopher, 79, 80. 
Huntress, Joseph Patterson, 79. 
Huntress, Kate, 78. 
Huntress, Leonard, 78. 
Huntress, Mark, 79. 
Hurd, Mehetable, 34. 
HurlbUrt, Abigail, 156. 
Hutchings, Elizabeth, 102, 104. 
HiUtchins, Love, 119. 
Hutchinson, Elizabeth, 85. 
Hyde, Anthony, in. 
Hyde, Elizabeth, 127. 
Hyde, Samuel, 127. 
Hyde, Sybil, 127. 
Hyde, Thomas, in. 

Iddings, Elizabeth, 119. 
Ingham, Huldah, 173. 
Isham, Henry, 29, 30. 
Isham, Mary, 29, 137. 
Ivesi, Dan, i6o. 
Ives, Joseph, 160, 161. 
Ives, Sarah, 160. 

Jackson, Abraham, 179. 
Jackson, Eleazer, 179. 
Jackson, Ruth, 95. 
Jackson, Samuel, 9';. 
Jackson, Susannah, 179. 
Jacob, Deborah, 131. 
Jacob, Grace, no. 
Jacob, Thomas, no. 
Jacobs, Mary, 176. 
Jameson, Catherine, 82. 
Jameson, David, 83. 
Jameson, Horatio Gates, 83. 
Jans, Catherine, 98. 
Jenner, David, 59. 
Jenner, Hannah; 41. 
Jenner, Joanna^ 58. 
Jenner, Thomas, 59. 
14 



Jenny, Johri^ 45, 48. 
Jenny, Sarah, 45. 
Johnson, Abner, 93, 94. 
Johnson, Alfred; 102, 104. 
Johnson, Ann Sarah, 102, 103. 
Johnson, Anna, 84. 
Johnson, Cornelius, 84. 
Johnson, Crissd, 127. 
Johnson, Edward, 103, 104, 128, 

129. 
Johnson, Heniy L., 112. 
Johnson, Henry Loviry Emilius, 

112. 

Johnson, Hezekiah, 93. 
Johnson, Jacob, 93, 94, 102, 104. 
Johnson, Jemima, 58. 
Johnson, Jeremiah, 113. 
Johnson, John, 103, 104. 
Johnson, Joseph, 127. 
Johnson, Joseph Taber, 113. 
Johnson, Lorenzo Dow, 113. 
Johnson, Mary, 85. 
Johnson, Obadiah, 103, 104. 
Johnson, Ruth, 93. 
Johnson, William, 94, 95, 127, 

128. 
Jones, Ann Shippen, 83. 
Jones, Dorcas, 27. 
Jones, Elizabeth, 59. 
Jones, Isaaic, 83. 
Jones, Rebecca, 49, 79. 
Jones, Robert Strettell, 83. 
Judd, Martha, 68. 
Judd, Thomas, 68, 69, 70. 
Judd, William, 69. 

Kearney, John A., oq. 
Kearney, Kate, 99. 
Kearney, Mary, 83. 
Keith, Arthur, 114. 
Keith, Harrison Alonzo, 114. 
Keith, James, 172. 
Keith, Josiah, 172. 
Keith, Mary, 171. 
Kendall, Henry Myron, 115. 
Kendall, Jesse, 115. 
Kenddll, Jesse, Jr., 115. 
Kendall, Paul Raymond, 115. 
Kendall, Samuel, 115, 116. 



202 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Kennon, Beverley, 148. 

Kennon, Martha Custis, 148. 

Kennon, Richard, 148, 149. 

Kennon, Robert, 148. 

Kent, Hannah, 30. 

Ketchum, Hannah, 87. 

Ketchum, Joseph, 31. 

Ketchum, Polly, 30. 

Kettle, Mary, 115. 

Keyes, Ebenezer, 88. 

Keyes, Elias, 88. 

Keyes, Hannah, 87. 

Keyes, John, 88. 

Kibbs, Mary, 40. 

Kibbs, William, 40. 

Kilbourn, Dorothy, 157. 

Kilbourn, John, 158. 

Kilbourn, Joseph, 158. 

Kilbourne, John, 158. 

Kilbourne, Margaret, 49. 

Kiraberly, Mary, 94. 
King, Elizabeth, 79. 
Kingman, Harriet, 43. 
Kingman, Henry, 44, 46. 
Kingman, John, 44. 
Kingman, Rachel, 162, 167. 
Kingman, Samuel, 43, 44. 
Kinloch, Eliza, 146. 
Kinloch, Francis, 136. 
Kinsley, Thankful, 134. 
Kirkman, George Wycherly 

117. 
Kirkman, Hugh, n8. 
Kirkman, Joel T., 117. 
Kirkman, Thomas, 117. 
Kirkman, Van Leer, 118. 
Kittredge, James, 84, 85. 
Kittredge, John, 85, 86. 
Kittredge, Sarah, 84. 
Knapp, Judith, 80. 
KnifFen, Hannah, 151, 153. 
Knight, Jonathan, 44, 45, 46, 79. 
Knight, Lydia, 78. 
Knight, Martha. 43. 
Knight, Richard, 45, 47. 
Knox, Eleazer, 119. 
Knox, George William, 119. 
Knox, Jesse, 119. 
Knox, Joseph, 119. 



Knox, Mary, 127. 
Knox, Sylvanus, 119. 
Knox, William, 119. 
Knox, William Salsbury, 119. 
Knox, Zachariah, 119. 

Ladd, Mary, 36, 37. 
Ladd, Nathaniel, 16, 37. 
Ladd, Persis, 176. 
Lake, Hannah, 71, 77, 164. 
Lamberton, Margaret, 113, 161. 
Lamborn, Robert, 171. 
Lamborn, Susanna, 170. 
Landon, Rachel, 31. 
Langdon, John LeDroict,-33. 
Langdon, Julia Louise, 33. 
Langdon, Mary, 147. 
Langstaff, Sarah, 80. 
Langviorthy, Charles Tori, 120. 
Langworthy, Charles Parker, 

I20. 

Langworthy, Myron, 120. 
Larned, Daniel Read, 122. 
Lamed, George, 122. 
Larned, Simon, 122. 
Larned, Thaddeus, r22. 
Larned, William, 122. 
Latham, Frances, 55. 
Lathrop, (Lothrop), John, 134. 
Lathrop, Mary, 17a. 
Lathrop, Mercy, 91. 
Lathrop, Ruth, 134, 
Latimer, John, 44, 45, 46. 
Latimer, Keturah, 43. 
Latimer, Luther, 44. 
Law, Abigail, 49. 
Law, Richard, 49, 51. 
Lawrason, Alice, 150. 
Lawrence, John, So. 
Lawrence, Mary, 80. 
Lawrence, Mary Cooper, 80. 
Lay, Phebe, 76. 
Lay, Phoebe, loi. 
Learned, Isaac, Jr., 122. 
Leathers, Sarah, 130. 
Le Broche, Bathsheba, 172. 
Lee, Ann, no. t 
Lee, Elizabeth, 177. 
Lee, Mary, 158. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 203 



Lee, Mary Elizabeth, 124. 
Leeds, Hannah, 53. 
Leete, Ann, 63. 
Leete, John, 64. 
Leete, William, 64. 
Leffingwell, Hannah, 88. 
Leonard, Ebenezer, 44, 45. 
Leonard, Elizabeth, 179. 
Leonard, John, 44, 46. 
Leonard, Josiah, 44, 45. 
Leonard, Olive, 43. 
Leonard, Samuel, 44, 45. 
Leonard, Solomon, 45, 47. 
Leonardson, ( Leonard ) , Samuel, 

46. 
Lewis, Mary, 184. 
Lewis, Mary, 114. 
Lewis, Susanna, 171. 
Libbey, David, 130. 
Libbey, Ephraim, 130. 
Libbey, John, 130. 
Libbey, Joseph, 130. 
Libbey, Martha, 130. 
Lillie, Abigail, 58. 
Lillie, Daniel, 58. 
Lindley, Dorcas, 93. 
Linnell, Bethia, 79. 
Linnell, Robert, 79, 81. 
Litchfield, Mary, 85.. 
Little, Arthur Williamson, 123. 
Little, Elizabeth, 185. 
Little, John, 123. 
Little, John T., 123. 
Little, Thomas, 123. 
Little, William Agneta, 123. 
Llewlyn, Lydia, 72. 
Lloyd, Ann, 80. 
Lockemans, Ann, 98. 
Long, Oscar Fitzalan, 123. 
Long, William Wallace, 123. 
Longstreet, Mercy, 123. 
Loper, Mary, 121. 
Lord, Ann, 71, 77. 
Lord, Anna, loi. 
Lord, Maria, 178. 
Lothrop, (Lathrop) , Samuel, 

•135, 136- 
Lovell, Mary, 162, 167. 
Lucas, Joanna, 172. 



Ludlowe, Sarah, 137. 
Lukens, Elizabeth, 109. 
Lunar, Mary Alice, 92. 
Lybrand, Elizabeth, 83, no, 144. 
Lyman, John, 41, 42, 132, 133. 
Lyman, John, Jr., 41, 42. 
Lyman, Mary, 41. 
Lyman, Moses, 131, 132. 
Lyman, Phebe, 131. 

Mabie, Cornelius, 124. 
Mabie, Jacob, 123, 124. 
Mabie, Jan Pietersie, 124. 
Mabie, Janetje, 123. 
McCall, Deborah, 127. 
McCall, Ozias, 127. 
McCormick, Isabella, 40. 
McCubbin, Eleanor, 144. 
McDowell, Andrew, 109, no. 
McDowell, Esther, 109. 
Mackinnon, Lydia Ann, 78. 
Mackinnon, William, 79. 
McLean, Catherine, 32, 33. 
Macy, Elizabeth, 34. 
Macy, John, 35. 
Macy, Joseph, 35. 
Macy, Thomas, 35, 36. 
Mainwaring, Mary, 103, 104. 
Maley, Hannah, 96, 97. 
Man, Nathaniel, 124. 
Man, Richard, 125. 
Manley, Ruth, 172. 
Mann, Abijah, 124. 
Mann, Charles Addison, 124. 
Mansfield, Abigail, 68. 
Mansfield, Moses, 69. 
Marbury, Mary A., 136. 
Maris, Alice, 171. 
Maris, George, 171. 
Maris, John, 171. 
Marsh, Alexander, 163, 164, 168. 
Marsh, Hannah, 162, 168. 
Marshall, Hannah, 170. 
Marshall, John, 170. 
Martyn, Richard, 80, 81. 
Martyn, Sarah, 79. 
Marvin, Matthew, 88, 89. 
Marvin, Sarah, 88. 
Mason, John, 128, 129. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Mason, Mary, 45. 
Mason, Frlscilla, 128. 
Massy, Mary, ^^. 
Matthew, Mary, loz, 104. 
Mayhew, Martha, 177. 
Mayhew, Thomas, 177. 
Maynard, Charles Moseley, 125. 
Maynard, Ezra, 125. 
Maynard, G. Helen, iz6. 
Maynard, Gear«e Colton, 125. 
Maynard, Moses, 127. 
Mayo, Elizabeth, 115, iSo. 
Mayo, John, 115, 180, 183. 
Mayo, Joseph, 59. 
Mayo, Lydia, 58. 
Mayo, Nathan, 58. 
Menck, Margaret, 71. 
Mercer, Ann, 170. 
Merrill, Rebekah, 122. 
Merriman, Caleb, 93, 94. 
Merrimao, John, 93, 94. 
Merriman, Nathaniel, 94. 
Merriman, Ruth, 93. 
Metcalf, Jabez, 127. 
Metcalf, Joseph, 127. 
Metcalf, ff^illiam Park, 126. 
Metcalf, William Williams, 126. 
Micall, Rebecca, 16^, 168. 
Miller, Anne, 38. 
Miller, Benjamin, 130. 
Miller, Benjamin DeMier, 136. 
Miller, David, 27. 
Miller, Patience, 185. 
Miller, Princess Amanda, 27. 
Mills, Elisha, 49. 
Mills, Hepsa, 49. • 

Mills, Jedediah, 49. 
Mills, Peter, 49. 
Milton, Elizabeth, 132. 
Milton, Michael, 132. 
Miner, Eliza Almira, 75. 
Miner, Hannah, 76. 
Miner, Manasseli, 76. 
Miner, Thomas, 75, 76, 77, 78. 
Mitchell, David, 40, 41, 42 
Mitchell, Elizabeth, 180. 
Mitchell, Elizabeth A., 36, 37. 
Mitchell, Experience, 44, 46, 180, 
182. 



Mitchell, Hannah, 161. 

Mitchell, Jacob, 44, 46. 

Mitchell, Jonathan, 41. 

Mitchell, Marcus, 40. 

Mitchell, Mary, 44. 

Mitchell, Matthew, 41, 43, 161. 

Mitchell, Nancy, 32, 33. 

Mitchell, Sarah, 40. 

Mix, Elizabeth, 68. 

Monroe, Frances Anna, 102, 103. 

Monroe, Nahum Parker, 102, 

103. 
Monroe, Philip, io2, 104. 
Monroe, William, 102, 103, 104. 
Moody, John, 36, 37. 
Moody, Lydia, 36, 37. 
Moore, Bernard, 137. 
Moore, Elizabeth, 88, 136. 
Moore, Lydia, 76. 
Moore, Phebe, 31. 
Moore, Samuel, 31, 32. 
Morgan, Abigail, 31. 
Morgan, Isaac, 31, 32. 
Morgan, James, 154, 164, i66. 
Morgan, James, Jr., 163, 165. 
Morgan, Jerusha, 162. 
Morgan, John, 153, 164. 
Morgan, Mercy, loi. 
Morgan, Samuel, 154. 
Morgan, Sarah, 153. 
Morgan, William, 163. 
Morrell, Sarah, 130. 
Morse, Daniel, 154. 
Morse, Elizabeth, i<;4. 
Morton, Nathaniel, r8o, 182. 
Morton, Remember, 179, 
Moseley, Consider, 125, 126. 
Moseley, Daniel, 125. 
Moseley; Ebenezer, 131. 
Moseley, Edfward Augustus, 131. 
Moseley, Edward Strong, 131. 
Moseley, John, 132. 
Moseley, (Maudesley), John, 

125, 126. 
Moseley, Josiah, 125, 126. 
Moseley, Raney, 125. 
Moseley, Samuel, 131, 132. 
Moseley, Thomas, 131. 
Mosely, Joseph, 57. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 205 



Mosley, Matthew, 57. 
jyiosely, Pamela, 57. 
Mosely, Robert, 57, 58. 
Mosely, William, 57. 
Moses, Caleb, 134. 
Moses, Daniel, 134. 
Moses, Guy, 134. 
Moses, John, 134,. 135. 
Moses, Zebina, 134. 
Moss, Elizabeth S. 105. 
Mott, Dorothy, 64, 142. 
Mould, Christian, 93. 
Mullens, Priscilla, 113. 
Mullines, Priscilla, 49. 
Mullins, Priscilla, 164, 168, 172, 

187. 
Mumford, Elizabeth Be v e r 1 y, 

148. 
Munn, Mary, 155. 
Munson, Sarah, 111. 
Myers, Louisa, 130. 
Myrick, Abigail, 59. 
Myrick, Benjamin, 59. 
Myrick, William, 59. 

Nash, Samuel, 172. 
Nelson, Cleveland Kinloch, 136. 
Nelson, Hugh, 136, 137. 
Nelson, Mary Cleland, ij6. 
Nelson, Thomas, 136, 137, 138. 
Nelson, William, 136, 137. 
Neuerkerk, Greltjen, 169. 
Nevil, Elizabeth, 184. 
Nevil, James, 184; 
Nevin, Margaret, 109. 
Newberry, Mary, 125, i8o. 
Newberry, Thomas, i8o, 183. 
Newton, Sarah, 160. 
Nichols, Abigail, 186. 
Nickerson, Ebenezer, 115. 
Nickerson, Jane, 115. 
Nickerson, Nathan, 115. 
Nickerson, Sarah, 115. 
Nickerson, Seth, 115. 
Nickerson, William, 115, 116. 
Noble, Rosannah, 30. 
Noble, Stephen, qi, 32. 
Noble, Stephen, Jr., 31. 
North, Mary, 63. 



Norton, Grace, 64. 
Nott, Cershon, 185. 
Nott, John, 185. 
Nott, Mehitable, 184. 
Noyes, James, 163, 165. 
Noyes, John, 163. 
Noyes, Mary Fish, 49. 
Noyes, Sybil, 162. 
Noyes, William, 1^2. 
Nutter, Anthony, 80, 81. 
Nutter, Sarah, 79. 
Nutting, Hannah, 121. 

Offley, Caleb, 136. 
Offley, Cleland Nelson, 136. 
Offley, Daniel, 136. 
Offley, David, 136, 137, 139. 
Offley, Holmes Edward, 136. 
Offley, John Holmes, 136. 
Offley, Michael, 137. 
Offley, Sarah, 108. 
Olmstead, Daniel, 87, 89. 
Olmstead, Hannah, 87. 
Olmstead, John 88, 89. 
Olmstead, Richard, 88, 90. 
Opeechecanough, Nickite, 39. 
Otis, Bethia, 131. 
Otis, Joseph, 131, 132. 
Ould, Sarah Ann, 176. 
Owen, Frederick Denison, 139. 
Owen, Galusha, 139. 
Owen, Philotesia, 83. 
Oxnard, Edward, 131. 
Oxnard, Mary Ann, 131. 

Paddock, Love, 331;. 
Paddock, Nathaniel, 3<;. 
Paddock, Zechariah, 35. 
Paddock, Hannah, 34. 
Paine, Hanna, 34. 
Paine, Rebecca, 142. 
Painter, Cynthia, 63. 
Palmer, Elizabeth, 85. 
Palmer, Grace, ti. 
Palmer, Henry, 85, 87. 
Palmer, Huldah, 176. 
Palmer, Rebecca, 77. 
Palmer, Thomas, 63. 
Palmes, Susan, 127. 



2o6 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Palmes, Susannah, 163. 
Palmes, William, 128, 163. 
Park, Martha, 77, izg. 
Park, William, 77, 78. 
Parker, Catherine, 73, 74. 
Parker, Mary, 93. 
Parkhurst, Martha, 177. 
Parkhurst, Phebe, 106. 
Partridge, Mehitable, 41. 
Partridge, Samuel, 41, 42. 
Patch, Abigail, 115. 
Patten, John D., 141. 
Patten, John De^uihurst, 141. 
Patten, Thomas, 141, 142. 
Patten, William, 141, 142. 
Patterson, Eliza Burd, 144. 
Patterson, George, 144. 
Patterson, James, 144, 145. 
Patterson, Lorraine, 156. 
Paul, Tullia Chouteau, 38. 
Pauling, Elizabeth, 7a. 
Paybody, Elizabeth, 163. 
Paybody, William, 164, 167. 
Payne, Anne, 64. 
Peabodie, Rebecca, 49. 
Peabodie, Ruth, i86. 
Peabodie, William, 49, 50, 186, 

187. 
Peachey, Susannah, 137. 
Peacock, Mary, 114. 
Peale, Albert Charles, 144. 
Peale, Charles Willson, 144. 
Peale, Rubens, 144. 
Pearce, Jeremiah, 5 s. 
Peck, Ann, 128. 
Peck, Daniel, 176, 177. 
Peck, Elizabeth, 93. 
Peck, Joseph, 177. 
Peck, Persis L., 176. 
Peck, Samuel, 177. 
Peck, William, 177. 
Peelle, Stanton Canfield, 147. 
Peelle, Stanton J., 147. 
Percival, Elizabeth, 157. 
Perry, Maribah, 55. 
Perry, Samuel, 55. 
Peter, Armistead, 148. 
Peter, Armistead, Jr., 148. 



Peter, Britannia We 1 1 i n gt o n, 

148. 
Peters, George 95. 
Peters, Sarah, 95. 
Peyton, Eliza, 137. 
Peyton, Robert, 137, 139. 
Phelps, Joseph, 179, 180. 
Phelps, Susannah, 179. 
Phelps, Timothy, igo, 182. 
Phelps, William, 180, 183. 
Phillips, Hannah, 185. 
Pickernell, Elizabeth, 79. 
Pickernell, Richard, 79. 
Pierce, Abigail, 27. 
Pierce, Hannah, 52. 
Pierce, Sarah, 40. 
Pierce, Susan, 54. 
Pierce, Thomas, 28. 
Pinney, Humphrey, 180. 
Pinney, Isaac, 179, 180, 181. 
Pinney, Sarah, 179. 
Pinson, Abigail, 64. 
Pitcher, Hannah, '8. 
Pitcher, Martha, 141. 
Pitcher, William, 142. 
Pitt, Maud, 60. 
Piatt, Elizabeth, 30. 
Piatt, Epenetus, 31, 32. 
Piatt, Jonas, 31. 
Piatt, Lydia, 147. 
Piatt, Mary, 160. 
Piatt, Zephaniah, 31. 
Plumb, Dorcas, 41, 132. 
Plumb, John, 41, 43, 132, 133. 
Plumley, Charles. 109, 144. 
Plumley, Sarah, 109, 144. 
Pomeroy, Mindwell, 41. 
Poor, Charlotte Ann, 184. 
Poor, Eliphalet, 185. 
Poor, Henry, 185. 
Poor, Moses, 184. 
Poor, Samuel, 185. 
Pope, Anna, 137. 
Pope, Susannah, 44. 
Pope, Thomas, 45, 47. 
Porter, Joanna, 49. 
Porter, John, 49, 50, 52. 
Porter, John, Jr., 49, 51. 
Porter, Rachel, 68. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 207 



Porter, Sarah, 124. 

Porter, Thomas, 69. 

Post, Ruth, 134. 

Post, Samuel, 134. 

Potts, Ann, 70. 

Potts, William, 70. 

Po3rthress, Anne, 29. 

Poythress, Martha, 57. 

Pratt, Anna, 185. 

Pratt, Daniel, 149. 

Pratt, Daniel Ransom, 149. 

Pratt, Elizabeth, 134. 

Pratt, John, 149. 

Pratt, Joseph, 145. 

Pratt, Lucy, 149. 

]^att, Ransom, 149. 

Pratt, William, 135. 

Prence, Mercy, 59. 

Prence, Tlhomas, 60, 6z. 

Prentice, Abby, 76. 

Prentice, Caroline, 153. 

Prentice, Esther, 71, 76. 

Prentice, Joseph, 153, 154. 

Prentice, Manasseh, 153. 

Prentice, Samuel, 76, 154. 

Prentice, Samuel, Jr., 76. 

Prentice, Thomas, 77, 78, 154. 

Prentice, Thomas, Jr., 154. 

Prescott, Jonas, izi, 122. 

Prescott, Mary, 121. 

Preston, Elisaph, 9a.. 

Preston, Hannah, 41. 

Preston, Mary, 93. 

Preston, Mehitable, 153. 

Prince, Jane, 115. 

Prince, Mercy, 115. 

Prince, (Prence) Thomas, 116, 

"7- 
Proctor, James, 121. 
Proctor, John, I2i. 
Proctor, Mary, i2o. 
Proctor, Robert, 121, 122. 
Pudney, Phebe, 169. 
Putnam, Elizabeth, 85. 
Putnam, Nathaniel, 85, 86. 
Pynchon, Ann, 164. 
Pynchon, William, 164, 167. 



Rand, Elizabeth, 36, 37. 
Randall, Emily Munroe, 184. 
Randolph, Elizabeth, 29. 
Randolph, John, (Sir), 137, 138. 
Randolph, Mary, 136. 
Randolph, Richard, 29. 
Randolph, William; 29, 30, 137, 

138. 
Ransom, Hannah, 179. 
Ransom, Margaret, no. 
Rathbone, Eunice, 87. 
Rathbone, John, 88, 89. 
Rathbone, Joshua, 88. 
Rathbone, Patience, 119. 
Rathbone, Samuel, 119. 
Raymond, Edward, 115. 
Raymond, Elizabeth. 115. 
Raymond, Paul, 115. 
Raymond, William, 115, 116. 
Read, Maria C, 122. 
Reed, Abigail, 27. 
Reed, Agnes, 79. 
Reed, Bethia, 103, 104. 
Reed, George, 27. 
Reid, Margaret, 136. 
Renouf, Nancy, 100. 
Revell, Edward, 73, 74. 
Revell, Rachel, 73, 74. 
Revell, Randall, 73, 74. 
Revell, Sarah, 73, 74. 
Reynolds, Frederick Pratt, 149. 
Reynolds, George Gardiner, 

149. 
Reynolds, Katharine, 35. 
Reynolds, Ruth, 85. 
Rice, Edmund, 89, 91. 
Rice, Henry, 88, 91. 
Rice, Lydia, 89. 
Rice, Rachel, 88. 
Rice, Ruth, 142. 
Richard, Alice, 41, 127. 
Richards, Alice, 163. 
Richards, Jerusha, 44. 
Richards, Mary, 53. 
Richardson, Hezekiah, 114. 
Richardson, Jacob, 114. 
Richardson, Joseph, 72, 73. 
Richardson, Mary Eli z a b e t h, 

114. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Richardson, Nathaniel, 114. 

^Richardson, Tacy, 72. 

Richardson, Thomas, 114. 

{Uder, Deborah, 153. 

'Ridgeley, Henry, 144, 146. 

^idgeley, Sarah, 144. 

Ridgely, Anne, 150. 

Ridgely, Henry, 150. 

Ridgely, Katherine, 150. 

Riggs, Edward, 186. 

Riggs, Elisha, 150. 

Riggs, Elisha Francis, 150. 

Riggs, George Washington, 150. 

Riggs, Grace, 186. 

Riggs, Samuel, 150, 186. 

Riker, Abigail, 169. 

Ring, Susannah, 59. 

Rives, Mary, 149. 

Rix, Margaret, 44. 

Robbins, Rachel, 34. 

Roberts, Rachel, 136. 

Robertson, John, 57. 

Robertson, Mary Ann, 57. 

Robertson, William, 57. 

Robinson, George, no. 

Robinson, Mary, no. 

Roe, Benjamin, 151. 152. 

Roe, Fayette IVashington, 151. 

Roe, Francis Asbury, 151. 

Roe, George, 152. 

Roe, John, 151, 152. 

Roe, Isaac, 151, 152. 

Roe, Nathaniel, 151, 152. 

Roe, William Fletcher, 152. 

Rogers, Esther, 79. 

Rogers, Hannah, 163. 

Rogers, James, 45, 48. 

Rogers, John, 79, 163. 

Rogers, John ist, 80. 

Rogers, Mary, 141. 

Rogers, Richard, 79, 80. 

Rogers, Sarah, 45. 

Rolfe, Rebecca, 188. 

Roosa, Elizabeth, 186. 

Root, Aaron, 43. 

Root, Asahel, 152. 

Root, Cyrus, 152. 

Root, ^Daniel, 43. 

Root, Helen Louise, 43. 



Root, John, 44, 152. 
Root, Moses, 43. 
Rose, Hepsabeth, 119. 
Royce, Elizabeth, 9?. 
Royce, Ruth, 134. 
Russell, Abigail, 122. 
Russell, James, 59, 61. 
Russell, Joanna, 102, 104. 
Russell, Mabel, 59. 
Russell, Richard, 60, 62. 
Rust, Daniel, 44. 
Rust, Israel, 45. 
Rust, Jonathan, 44. 
Rust, Sarah, 43. 
Rust, Stephen, 44. 

Sackett, Sarah, 160. 
SaflFord, Annie, 176. 
Sage, Thankful, 153. 
Salisbury, Martha, 174. 
Salsbury, Belary Ann, 119. 
Sampson, Abraham, 172. 
Sampson, Deborah, 172. 
Sampson, Isaac, 172. 
Sampson, John, 186. 
Sampson, Jonathan, 1-72. 
Sampson, Susanna, i8£. 
Sandford, Frances, 55. 
Sandford, John, s,^, 56. 
Sandford, Samuel, 55, 68. 
Sanford, Abel, 68. 
Sanford, Andrew, 69. 
Sanford, Deborah, 68. 
Sanford, Isaac, 68. 
Sanford, Martha, 68. 
Sanger, Daniel, 153. 
Sanger, Henry K., 153. 
Sanger, Joseph Prentice, 153. 
Sanger, Richard, 153, 154. 
Saunders, Alice, 108. 
Savage, Sally, 92. 
Savage, William, 93. 
Sawyer, Abigail, 84. 
Saxton, Hannah, 31. 
Saxton, Henry Dearborn, 155. 
Saxton, Judah, 155. 
Saxton, Samuel, 155. 
Schapinnes, Anne, 96, 97. 
Scott, Betsey, 134. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 209 



Scott, Margaret, 68. 
Scott, Mary, 68. 

Scott, Phineas, 134, 135. 

Scottow, Mehitable, 59. 

Scranton, John, 6^. 6d.. 65. 

Scranton, Submit, 63. 

Scudder, j^lizabeth, 135. 

Scull, Judith, 136. 

Seaman, Elizabeth, 95. 

Scare, Elizabeth, 185. 

Sears, Barnabas, 59. 

Sears, David, 179, 181. 

Sears, Deborah, 35. 

Sears, Huldah, 179. 

Sears, Joseph, 59. 

Sears, Josiah, 179. 

S^ars, Keziah, 58. 

Sears, Lydia, 58. 

Sears, (Sares), Richard, 35, 180, 
183. 

Sears, Silas, 59. 61, 180, 181. 

Sears, Stephen, 58. 

"Selleck, Abigail, 49. 

Selleck, Jonathan, 49, 50. 

Senbering, Lambertije, 31. 

Seward, Mary, 64. 

Seymour, Henry Albert, 156. 

Seymour, Susannah. 75. 

Shanklin, Sarah, 109. 

Shattuck, John, 85. 

Shattuck, Joseph, 84. 

Shattuck, Lydia, 84. 

Shattuck, Samuel, 84. 

Sheaffe, Joan, 64. 

Shed, Amos, 120. 

Shed, Daniel, izi. 

Shedd, Sally, 120. 

Shedden, Janet Madeleine Ce- 
celia, 150. 

Sheldon, Hannah, 155. 

Sheldon, Mindwell, 131. 

Sheppard, Rebecca, 119. 

Sheppard, Sarah, 66. 

"Sherburne, Henry, 120. 

Sherburne, John, 119. 

Sherburne, Samuel, 119, 120. 

Sherburne, Sarah. 119. 

Sherman, Lydia, 63. 

'.Sherman, Samuel, 63. 



Shevell, Catherine, 8g. 
Shields, Frances £., 184. 
Shippen, Ann, 83. 
Shippen, Edward, 83, 109, no, 

144, 146. 
Shippen, Frances, 109. 
Shippen, Henry, 109. 
Shippen, Joseoh. 83, 109, 144. 
Shippen, Sarah, 144. 
Short, Anna, 185. 
Shrimpton, Mary, 88. 
Silliman, Ebenezer, 49, 50. 
Silliman, Emily Green, 48. 
Silliman, Gold Selleck, 48, 49, 

50. 
Silliman, Robert, 49. 
Skipworth, Sarah, 148. 
Slack, Ann, 70. 
Slafter, Abigail, 127. 
Smith, Abel, 95. 
Smith, Amos, 160. 
Smith, Ann, 163. 
Spiith, Anna Maria, in. 
Smith, Cornelia W., 33. 
Smith, Eleanor, 105. 
Smith, Elizabeth, 178. 
Smith, Elmore, 160. 
Smith, Ephraim, 160. 
Smith, Esther, in. 
Smith, Francis Hickox 157. 
Smith, Frank Birge, 157. 
Smith, Henry, 164, 167. 
Smith, Isaac, 185. 
Smith, Jane. 70. 
Smith, John, 115, 157, 160. 
Smith, Jonah, 186. 
Smith, Joseph, in. 
Smith, Lucy, 185. 
Smith, Mary, 53, 115. 
Smith, Mary Floyd, 38. 
Smith, Mehitable, 63. 
Smith, Mercy, 157. 
Smith, Nathan, 71, 112. 
Smith, Robert Ativater, 160. 
Smith, Ruth, 95. 
Smith, Samuel, 115, 157. 
Smith, Samuel Mansfield, 157. 
Smith, Sarah, 95. 
Smith, Seth, 115. 



2IO 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Smith, Thomas, 38. 
Smith, William, iii, iiz. 
Snow, Bethiah, 115. 
Snow, Mark, 115. 
Snow, Mary, 115. 
Snow, Nicholas, 116. 
Snowden, Deborah, 102, 104. 
Snyder, Ann Maria Holmes, 

153. 
Snyder, Eliza J., 151. 
Soule, George, igo, 182. 
Soule, John, 179. 
Soule, Rebecca, 179. 
Southwick, Henry C, 54. 
Southwick, Solomon, 54. 
Southwick, Susan Buell, 54, 
Southworth, Alice Carpenter, 

128, 164, 172. 
Sparrow, Jmathan, 59, 61. 
Sparrow, Rebecca, 59. 
Sperry, Esther, 113. 
Spottswood, Anne, 137. 
Spottswood, Alexander, 137, 139. 
Sprague, Elizabeth, 59. 
Sprague, John, 59, 60. 
Sprague, Mary, 124. 
Stallgon, Deborah. 163. 
Standish, Alexander, 172. 
Standish, Lydia, 172. 
Standish, Myles, 172. 
Stanley, Abigail, 69. 
Stanley, Elizabeth, 142. 
Stanley, Mary, 49. 
Stanley, Thomas, 50, 52. 
Stanton, Dorothy, 163. 
Stanton, John, loi. 
Stanton, Joseph, loi. 
Stanton, Margaret, loi. 
Stanton, Mary, 71, 76. 
Stanton, Robert, 71, 72, 76. 
Stanton, Sarah, 71, 77, 140, 154. 
Stanton, Thomas, 71, 72, 77, loi. 
Staples, Rebecca, 162, 167. 
Star, Hannah, go. 
Starbuck, Edward, 35, 36. 
Starbuck, Jethro, 35. 
Starbuck, Mary, 31;. 
Starbuck, Nathaniel, 35. 
Starbuck, William, 35. 



Starr, Rachel, loi. 
Starr, Samuel, loi. 
Starr, Thomas, loi. 
Steams, Miriam, 141. 
Steams, Sarah, 28. 
Stearns, Susanna, 187. 
Stebbins, Edward, 50, 52. 
Stebbins, Joseph, 132. 
Stebbins, Mary, 49. 
Stebbins, Mehitable, 131. 
Stebbins, Thomas, 132, 133. 
Steele, Ann, 152. 
, Steele, James, 153. 
Steele, John, 69, 70. 
Steele, Joseph, 153. 
Steele, Mary, 69. 
Stephens, Dionis, 35. 
Stetson, Amos, 162, 167. 
Stetson, Caleb, 162, 167. 
Stetson, Caleb Rochford, 162. 
Stetson, George Rochford, 162, 

167. 
Stetson, Joseph, 163, 168. 
Stetson, Robert, 162, 163, i6g, 

169. 
Stevens, Cyprian, 158. 
Stevens, Mary, 158. 
Stevenson, Ann, 77, 164. 
Stevenson, Mary, 114. 
Stewart, Anne, 38. 
Stewart, George, 1/14, 145. 
Stewart, Mary, 144. 
Stickney, Abraham, 84, 85. 
Stickney, James, 84. 
Stickney, Mary, 84. 
Stickney, Samuel, g5. 
Stickney, William, gs, 86. 
Stillman, Daniel, 33. 
Stillman, Jerusha. 33. 
Stillman, John, 34. 
Stillman, John, Jr., 34. 
Stillman, Roger, 34. 
Stocking, Delia, 152. 
Stocking, Rachel, 153. 
Stokely, Elizabeth, 66. 
Stone, Gregory, 28. 
Stone, Samuel, 27, 28. 
Stone, Susannah, 27. 
Stower, Elizabeth, 59. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 211 



Strettell, Frances, 83. 

Strettell, Robert, 83. 

Strong, Caleb, 131. 

Strong, Ebenezer, 131. 

Strong, John, 132, 133, 174, 175. 

Strong, Jonathan, 131. 

Strong, Martha, 131. 

Strong, Mary, 174. 

Strycker, Aeltie, 31. 

Strycker, Jan, 31, 33. 

Sturgis, Sarah, 178. 

Sullivan, Maria, 70. 

Sullivan, Susannah, 73, 74. 

Sutton, Elizabeth, 125. 

Swain, George, 35. 

Swain, Love, 34. 

Swan, Anna, 76, 140. 

Swan, John, 140. 

Swan, John, Jr., 76, 140. 

Swan, Julian. 85. 

Swan, Richard, 8;, 86, 140, 141. 

Swan, Robert, 140. 

Swartwout, Abram L., 169. 

Swartwout, Francis, 169. 

Staariixiout, Frank Austin, 169. 

Swartwout, Jacobus, 169, 170. 

Swartwout, Nelson Tames, 169. 

Swartwout, Roeloff, 170. 

Swartwout, Samuel, 169. 

Swartwout, Thomas, 170. 

Sweet, Catherine, 117. 

Sweet, Joel, 117. 

Sweetser, Benjamin, 59, 60. 

Sweetser, John, 58. 

Sweetser, Samuel, 59. 

Sweetser, Susannah, 58. 

Swift, Mary, 149. 

Symonds, Ruth, 31. 

S3Tnonds, Samuel, 31, 32. 

Talcott, Hannah, 64. 
Talcott, John, 142, 143. 
Talcott, John, Jr., 6a. 65. 
Talcott, John, Sr., 64, 66. 
Talcott, Joseph, 142, 143. 
Tapp, Ann, 69. 
Tapp, Edmund, 50, t2. 
Tapp, Jane, 49. 
Tarbell, Mary, 121. 



Tarbell, Thomas, 121. 

Tarbell, William, 121. 

Taylor, Jane Welles, 141. 

Taylor, Job, 170. 

Taylor, John, 170. 

Taylor, John Yeatman, 170. 

Taylor, Philip, 171. 

Taylor, Thomas, 141. 

Taylor, William, 170. 

Ten Broeck, Dirck W e s s e 1 s , 

96. 97, 98- ' 
Ten Broeck, Elsie, 96, 97. 
Tenney, Hannah, 160. 
Terry, Eliphalet, 40. 
Terry, Ephraim, 40, 41. 
Terry, Esther, 40. 
Terry, Samuel, 41, 42. 
Tew, Elnathan, 105. 
Tew, Richard, 106. 107. 
Tew, Tabitha, 105. 
Thacher, Anthony, 59, 61. 
Thacher, John, 59, 60. 
Thacher, Lydia, 58. 
Thatcher, Deborah, 35. 
Thatcher, Dorothy, 180. 
Thayer, Benjamin, 162, 168. 
Thayer, Carrie Elizabeth, 169. 
Thayer, Ephraim, 113. 
Thayer, Hannah, 113. 
Thayer, Margaret, 162, 167. 
Thayer, Richard, 163, 164, 168. 
Theobold, Abigail, 142. 
Thomas, Clarissa, 127. 
Thomas, Dorothy, 131. 
Thomas, Elizabeth, 70, 112. 
Thomas, Nathaniel, 131, 13?, 

133- 
Thomas, Peleg, i27. 
Thomas, Philip, 112. 
Thomas, William, 132, 133. 
Thompson, Anthony, 174, 175. 
Thompson, Caleb, 173. 
Thompson, Gilbert, 171. 
Thompson, Harriet, loi. 
Thompson, Israel, 173. 
Thompson, John, 174. 
Thompson, Judah, 173. 
Thompson, Mary, 41. 
Thompson, Samuel, 173, 174. 



212 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Thompson, Sarah, 79. 
Thompson, William Baher, 173. 
Thompson, William V e n n e r , 

171. 
Thornton, Mildred, 137. 
Thornton, Reuben, 137. 
Thorou^hgood, Adam, 108, 109. 
Thoroughgood, Ann, 108. 
Thrall, Deborah, 134. 
Thrall, Phillury, .180. 
Thrall, Timothy, 135. 
Thrall, William, 135, 136, 180, 

183. 
Throckmortin, Patience, 119. 
Throop, Sarah, 179. 
Tibbitts, Tamson, 119. 
Tilley, Elizabeth, 60, 180. 
Tilly, Elizabeth, 158. 
Tilton, Abraham, 176. 
Tilton, Daniel, 176. 
Tilton, Nathaniel, 176. 
Tilton, Palmer, 176. 
Tilton, Stephen, 176. 
Tilton, Warren, 176. 
Tinkham, Ephraim. 179, 181. 
Tinkham, John, 179. 
Tinkham, Maiy, 179. 
Tompkins, Emily L., 95. 
Tompkins, Elizabeth, 174. 
Tracy, Asahel, 43. 
Tracy, Jedediah, 44. 
Tracy, Rufus, 43. 
Tracy, Sarah Ann, 43. 
Tracy, Thomas, 44, 45, 47. 
Treat, Abigail, 49. 
Treat, Joanna, 142, 174. 
Treat, Richard, 50, 51, 143, 143, 

174, 175- 
Treat, Robert, 49. 
Treat, Robert, Jr., 49, 51. 
Treat, Sarah, 148. 
Treworgy, Elizabeth, 36, 37. 
Triramingham, Catherine, 75. 
Triplett, Ann, 105. 
Triplett, Francis, 105, 106. 
Trowbridge, Mary, 64. 
Tupper, Eliakim, 177. 
Tupper, James Brainerd Taylor, 

176. 



Tupper, Martyn, 176. 
Tupper, Solomon, 176. 
Tupper, Thomas, 176, 177. 
Turner, Mary, i6i. 
Turner, Nathaniel, 161. 
Turner, Sarah, 54. 
Turoin, Sarah, 57. 
Tuttle, John, 80, 83, 89, 91. 
Tuttle, Mary, 89. 
Tuttle, Sarah. 80. 
Tioeedy, Frank, 178. 
Tweedy, Oliver Burr, 178. 
Tweedy, Samuel, 178. 
Tyng, Edward, 133, 133. 
Tyng, Mary, 131. 

Vail, Caroline, 95. 

Vail, Michael, 95. 

Valkert, Catalyntje, 123. 

Van Buren, Christine. 96, 97. 

Van Burgh, Catherine, 96, 97. 

Van Burgh, Johannes Pieterzen, 
98. 

Van Courtlandt, Maria, 98. 

Van Courtlandt, Marie, 96. 

Van Courtlandt, Oloff Steven- 
son, 98. 

Vanderslice, Anne, 72. 

Vanderslice, Benjamin P., 72. 

Vanderslice, Edward, 72. 

Vanderslice, Thomas, 72. 

Van Dyke, Harry Weston, 178. 

Van Dyke, Howard Butler, 178. 

Van Leer, Anthony Wayne, 118. 

Van Leer, Eleanor C. ii8. 

Van Leer, Samuel, 118. 

Van Patten, Eva, 123. 

Van Randst, Eliza, 112. 

Van Rensselaer, Helena, 96, 97. 

Van Rensselaer, Hendrick, 96, 97, 
98. 

V^an Rensselaer, Jeremias, 96, 98. 

Van Witbeck, Catherine, 97. 

Van Wyck, Mary, 31. 

Van Wyck, Theodorus, 31. 

Van Zandt, James Monroe, 70. 

Van Zandt, Lucy Ann, 70. 

Vaughan, Elizabeth, 179. 

Vaughan, George, 184. 



IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 213 



Vaughan, George Tully, 184. 
Vaughan, Washington L., 184. 
Veeder, Eva Eliza, 133. 
Veeder, Johannes, 124. 
Veeder, Lucas Wyngart, 133. 
Veeder, Samuel, 123. 
Veeder, Simon, 123. 
Veeder, Simon Volkertsie, 124. 
Vetch, Mary, 127. 
Vicars, Ann, 174. 
Vine, Mary, 163. 
Vrooman, Catrina, 124. 

Wadell, Sarah, 55. 
Wadsworth, Lavina, 186. 
Wadsworth, Peleg, 186. 
Wadsworth, Cephas, 186. 
Wadsworth, Eunice T a 1 c o 1 1 , 

141. 
Wakeman, Helena, 64, 142. 
Wakeman, John, 64, 66. 
Waldo, Abigail, loz, 104. 
Wales, Mary, 53. 
Walker, Delilah, 39. 
Walker, Elizabeth 114. 
Walker, John, 136. 
Walker, Lucy Fanny, 117. 
Walker, Mildred, 136. 
Walker, Thomas, 137, 138. 
Wallis, Grace, 109. 
Wallis, Samuel, no. 
Walsworth, Lucv. 127. 
Walsworth, William, 127. 
Walthall, Ann, S7- 
Warfield, Elizabeth. 150. 
Warner, Ann, 160. 
Warner, Mary Shaw, 91. 
Warner, Mildred, 177. 
Warren, Mary, 128. 
Warren, Richard, 128. 
Washburn, Huldah, 179. 
Washburn, James, 179. 
Washburn, John, 180, 182. 
Washburn, John, Jr., 180, 181. 
Washburn, Jonah, 179. 
Washburn, Phebe, 43. 
Washington, John, 137, 139. 
Washingtion, Lawrence, 13 7, 

139. 



Washington, Mildred, 137. 

Waterhouse, Sarah, 185. 

Waterman, Elizabeth, 127. 

Waterman, Rebecca, 91. 

Waterman, Richard, 106, 107. 

Waterman, Waite, 105. 

Watson, Jane Love, 75. 

Watson, Sarah, 76. 

Way, Alice, 177. 

Wayne, Hannah, 118. 

Wayne, Isaac, 119. 

Webb, Elizabeth, 55. 

Webbj John, 184. 

Webb, John Freeman, 184. 

Webb, John Sidnev, 184. 

Webb, Joseph, 184. 

Webb, Mary Adams, 163, 168.. 

Webb, William Benning, 184. 

Weeden, Ann, s^. 

Weeks, Hannah, 131. 

Weeks, John, 131, 133. 

Welles, Absalom, 156. 

Welles, Ann, 153. 

Welles, Elisha, 141. 

Welles, Laura, 141, 156. 

Welles, Robert, '156. 

Welles, Samuel, 142, 143, 153. 

Welles, Sarah, 158. 

Welles Thomas, IJ.1, 142, 143, 

153. .158, i59- 
Welles, William, 141. 
Wells, Sarah Evans, 74. 
Wemp, Susanna, 124. 
Wendell, Anna, 96, 97. 
Wendell, Catherina, 96, 97. 
Wendell, Hermanns, 97. 
Wendell, Jacob, 96, 97. 
Westcott, Damaris, 105. 
Westcott, Experience, 44. 
Westcott, Jeremiah, 105. 
Westcott, Josiah, 105. 
Westcott, Stukleley, 106, 107. 
Weston, Abner, 179. 
Weston, Edmund, 178, 179, 181. 
Weston, Mary Elizabeth, 178. 
Wetherell, Mary, loi. 
Wheeler, Eliza, 157. 
Wheeler, Eliza Bury, 73, 74. 
Wheeler, Esther, 76. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 



Wheeler, Harriet Fav, 53. 
Wheeler, Joel, 120. 
Wheeler, John, 53. 
Wheeler, John Parker, 120. 
Wheeler, Jeremiah, 173, 174. 
Wheeler, Joseph, 185. 
Wheeler, Martha, 76, X73. 
Wheeler, Mary, 154. 
Wheeler, Philip, 174, 175. 
Wheeler, Royal Paine, 173. 
Wheeler, Sally, 120. 
Wheeler, Sarah, 41. 
Wheeler, Sarah Drown, 173. 
Wheeler, Valentine, 173, 174. 
Wheeler, William, 76. 
Wheelock, Tamar, 88. 
Wheildo, Catherine, 60. 
Wheildon, Catherine, 116. 
White, Anna, 50. 
White, Calvin, 185. 
White Charlotte, 184. 
White, Cornelia, 67. 
White, Ebenezer, 185. 
White, Elizabeth, 160. 
White, Hannah, 79. 
White Nathaniel, i6i. 
White, Samuel, 185. 
White, Thomas, 79, 81, 185. 
Whiting, Charles, 163. 
Whiting, John, 163, 165. 
Whiting, Mary, 41. 
Whiting, Sybil, 162. 
Whitin?;, William, 41, 42, 163, 

164, 165, 166. 
Whitney, John, 85, 86. 
Whitney, Ruth, 85. 
Whittingham, John, 80, 82. 
Whittingham, Martha, 79. 
Whittingham, William, 80. 
Wigglesworth, Abigail, 59. 
Wightman, Mary, 88. 
Wightman, Valentine, 87. 
Wilcox, Azariah, 134, 
Wilcox, Mary, 134. 
Wilcox, (Wilcoxson), Samuel, 

135- 
Wilcox, William, 134. 
Willard, Mary, 158. 
Willard, Simon, 158, 159. 



Williams, Deborah, 76. 
Williams, Ebenezer, 127. 
Williams, Eleazer, 76. 
Williams, Elizabeth,' 27, 44, 127. 
Williams, Eunice, 75. 
Williams, Fanny, 75. 
Williams, Isaac, 77, 127, 128. 
Williams, John, 76. 
Williams, Martha, 38. 
Williams, Nehemiah, 76. 
Williams, Sally, 34. 
Williams, Veach, 127, 128. 
Williamson, Eleanor, 123. 
Willson, Deborah, 93. 
Wilson, Elizabeth, 134. 
Winn, Elizabeth, 187. 
Wiswald, Esther, 128. 
Wolcott, John, 158. 
Wolcott, Mary, 34, 158. 
Wolcott, Samuel, 34. 
Wolcott, Sarah, 156. 
Wollen, Jeanne, 94. 
Wolsley, Mary, 103, 104. 
Wood, Abigail, 45. 
Wood, John, 4?. 48. 
Wood, Martha, 176. 
Wood, Phebe, 31. 
Woodin, Sarah, 160. 
Woodward, James, 186. 
Woodward, Samuel, i86. 
Woodward, Samuel Walter, 

186. 
Worsham, Elizabeth, 148. 
Wright, Edward, 158, 159. 
Wright, Esther, 179. 
Wright, Hannah, 132. 
Wright, Isabel, 157. 
Wright, Samuel, 158. 
Wyatt, Hepsibah, 149. 
Wyman, Edward, 187. 
Wyman, Nehemiah, 187, r88. 
Wyman, Walter, 187. 
Yale, Mary, 161. 
Yale, Thomas, 161. 
Yeatman, John, 170. 
Yeatman, Susanna, 170. 
Yerrington, Jerusha, 177. 
Young, Patience, 92.