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PLA TE 1. 




i Mrs. Marian Thomas Cobb Smith, 2 Mrs. Mildred Spottswood Mathes, 

N. No. 612. Vice-President General, Georgia. N. No. 1426. State Regent, Tennessee. 

3 Mrs. Eva Hart Goff, 

N. No. 3633. State Regent, West Virginia. 

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\ Mrs. Mary I,. Duncan Putnam, 5 Mrs. Florence Anderson Clark, 

N. No. 616. State Regent, Iowa. N. No. 1326. State Regent, Texas. 



LINEAGE BOOK 



National Society 



OF THE 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 




AT-OIiTTIMZIE V. 

4001—5000. 

1893-94 



Elizabeth Bryant Johnston, 

Historian General. 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Printed by 

Harrisburg Publishing Co. 

Harrisburg, Pa.: 






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PREFACE. 



PREFACE. 

The Fifth Volume of the Lineage Book embraces members of the 
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution en- 
tering in the years 1893-94. There has been no change in present- 
ing these records except that more stress is laid upon tracing the 
several lines of ancestry. It is the result of greater care having been 
bestowed by applicants upon their papers, but in larger degree due 
to the untiring research of those in the office, who have become 
experts, not infrequently instructing members in their vain efforts to 
untangle ancestral claims. I take pride in calling attention to this 
as the work is valuable and will greatly aid in future publications. 

Historical precision is a myth, or can, perhaps, be better symbol- 
ized by shifting sands. Facts accepted for a century are suddenly 
discredited by the publication of an old letter, or a resurrected orderly 
book. Pivotal events are not subject to such disturbances, but many 
legends, stories and traditions cherished for generations have for 
want of proof been rejected. 

Names continue to give trouble. Let no one become unamiable 
over mistakes in a name, as long as we have records sent where the 
family names have been three times changed since the Re\ _»lution. 
From such inattention to patronymic accuracy some one, of course, 
is injured. We have no national chirography, neither the delicacy 
of the French, the grace of the Germans, nor the sturdy "bold 
round hand " of the English. We have a something that partakes 
of each without the character or excellence of either. In a gener- 
ation, through the labors of our public schools, we may anticipate 
a development in our penmanship claiming the dignity of being 
American, meantime the editors of Lineage Books must patiently 
struggle on. 

This is the last volume in which a member who entered on a col- 
lateral line will appear, the constitution having been changed so as 
to limit membership to lineal descent by the Fourth Continental 
Congress. In these five volumes are the names of many young sol- 
diers whose lives were given for liberty ere they had been crowned 
by family ties ; also in these books the " Roll of Honor " has been 
glorified by illustrious heroes, notably Francis Marion, Francis 
Nash, Nathan Hale, Nicholas Herkimer and George Washington . 

E. B. J. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece. 

Plate I. 

i. Mrs. Marian Thomas Cobb Smith, N. No. 612, 

Vice-President General, Georgia. 

2. Mrs. Mildred Spottswood Mathes, N. No. 1426, 

t State Regent, Tennessee. 

3. Mrs. Eva Hart Goff, N. No. 3633, State Regent, West Virginia. 

4. Mrs. Mary L. Duncan Putnam, N. No. 616, State Regent, Iowa. 

5. Mrs. Florence Anderson Clark, N. No. 1326, 

State Regeut, Texas. 

Plate II 

1. Miss Virginia Miller, N. No. 161, 

State Regent, District of Columbia. 

2. Mrs. Martha Cilley Bouton Clarke, N. No. 124, 

State Regent, New Hampshire. 

3. Miss Susan Carrington Clark, N. No. 944, 

State Regent, Connecticut. 

4. Mrs. Sarah Isabelle Hubbard, N. No. 635, 

State Regent, California. 

5. Miss Amelia Sumner Knight, N. No. 1675, 

State Regent, Rhode Island. 

Plate III. 

1. Mrs. Kate Davis Hinkle, N. No. 2490, . . State Regent, Ohio. 

2. Mrs. Anna M. Harris O'Fallon, N. No. 1844, 

State Regent, Missouri. 

3. Mrs. Sallie M. Ewing Pope, N. No. 615, 

State Regent, Kentucky. 

4. Miss Anna Smith Mallett, N. No. 100, 

Registrar General, Connecticut. 

5. Mrs. Helen Lincoln Green, N. No. 2167, 

State Regent, Massachusetts. 



OFFICERS. 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Organized at Washington City October 11, 1890. 



National Board of Management. 



President General. 

Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson. 

President Presiding. 

Mrs. William D. Cabell. 

Uice-President in Gbarge of Organization of Chapters. 
Mrs. H. V. Boynton. 
Uice-Presidents General. 
Mrs. Jas. R. McKee, Mrs. M. MacDonald, 

Mrs. E. H. Walworth, Mrs. Richard Hays, 

Mrs. Joshua Wilbour, Mrs. A. S. McGill, 

Mrs. O. H. Tittman, Mrs. D. R. Barclay, 

Mrs. Jno. R. Putnam, Mrs. Henry Heth, 

Mrs. A. C. Geer, Mrs. Ben Butterworth, 

Mrs. L,. P. Beale, Miss Loraine Dorsey, 

Mrs. A. H. Cox, Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge, 

Mrs. S. B. Buckner, Mrs. C. H. Stranahan, 

Mrs. A. G. Brackett, Mrs. Jas. McMillan. 

treasurer General. 

Mrs. F. W. Dickins. 

Recording Secretary General. 

Miss Eugenia Washington. 

Corresponding Secretary General. 

Mrs. A. Howard Clark. 

Registrars General. 

Mrs. Rosa Wright Smith. Mrs. Charles Sweet Johnson. 

Surgeon General. 

Mrs. M. S. Lockwood. 

fitstorian General. 

Mrs. Henry F. Blount. 

Cbaplain General. 

Mrs. E. T. Bullock. 



State Regent*. 

Arkansas, Mrs. C. R. Breckinridge. 

California, " William Alvord. 

Connecticut, " deB. R. Keim. 

District of Columbia, " T.H.Alexander. 

Georgia, " T. S. Morgan. 

Illinois, " S. H. Kerfoot. 

Indiana, " C. C. Foster. 

Iowa, " C. E. Putnam. 

Kentucky, " S. K. Pope 

Maryland, Miss Alice Key Blunt. 

Massachusetts, Mrs. Samuel Eliot. 

Minnesota, " R. M. Newport. 

Missouri, " F. M. Cockrell. 

North Carolina, " M. McK. Nash. 

New Hampshire, " Arthur Clarke. 

New Jersey, " W. W. Shippen. 

New York, Miss L. W. McAllister. 

Ohio, Mrs. A. H. HinklE. 

Oregon, " J. B. Montgomery. 

Pennsylvania, . . " N. B. Hogg. 

Rhode Island, Miss A. S. Knight. 

South Carolina, Mrs. R. C. Bacon. 

Tennessee, "J- Harvey Mathes. 

Vermont, " JESSE Burdett. 

Virginia, " Wm. Wirt Henry. 

Wisconsin, " J. S. Peck. 

honorary Uice-Pre$ident$ General. 

Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks, Mrs. David D. Porter, 
Mrs. B. W. Kennon, Mrs. Margaret Hetzel, 

Mrs. Iceland Stanford, Mrs. Roger A. Pryor. 

Advisory Board 

Justice Brewer, Chairman. 

Gen. J. C. Breckinridge, Gen. G. H. Shields, 

Hon. Hoke Smith, Judge H. M. Shepard, 

Mr. A. Howard Clark, Mr. William D. Cabell, 

Mr. Jonathan Trumbull, Gen. Horace Porter, 

Gen. H. V. Boynton, Gen. A. W. Greely, 

Mr. John C. Wood, Mr. D. J. Whittimore, 

Col. M. MacDonald, Mr. Frank H. Orme. 



MEMBERS 



OF THE 



NATIONAL SOCIETY. 




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Miss Ida Melissa Lewis. 4001 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Baldwin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Burritt Horton Lewis and Harriett Melissa Hull, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Garry Hull and Melissa Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Baldwin and Hannah Leavenworth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Baldwin and Elizabeth Ives, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Baldwin and Mary Bronson, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Baldwin was lieutenant colonel of the Tenth Regi- 
ment of militia at the battle of Harlem Heights and present 
when Tryon attacked New Haven. He resigned in 1779. 

Also No. 3251. 

Mrs. Julia Mather Croft. 4002 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles P. Croft. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Col. Noah Phelps, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Mather and Emma Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Amherst Phelps and Charlotte Wilcox, his 
wife. 

Note. — The number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the 
Member of the Society. 



DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Phelps and Lydia Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Phelps and Abigail Pettibone, his 
wife. 

David Phelps left a creditable record as a brave soldier. 

Noah Phelps was the first to gather a volunteer company 
in the colony and one of a "committee of war" appointed to 
carry the project of the capture of Ticonderoga into execution, 
"that the military stores and cannon contained there might be 
used to defend the people of Boston." Being familiar with 
the fort, having served under Gen. Amherst, who captured it 
from the French in 1759, he visited it in disguise and reported 
the dilapidation and the lack of discipline to Col. Ethan Allen. 
The next morning, May 10, 1775, he participated in its capture, 
"one of the most brilliant exploits of the war, and accom- 
plished without the loss of a man." In 1776 he commanded 
a company in Col. Andrew Ward's regiment, and was at White 
Plains, in the Jersey campaign, the battles of Trenton and 
Princeton; was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in 
1778 and colonel of the same regiment in 1779. 

Also Nos. 1064, 2223. 

Miss Emily Augusta Lynes. 4003 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Maltbie, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. Samuel Lynes and Emily Augusta Sherry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Coley Lynes and Hannah Maltbie, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Maltbie and Elizabeth Allen, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Maltbie was commissioned by President Hancock 
in 1776 lieutenant, and in 1780 served on the "Trumbull," one 
of the first cruisers built for the Continental Navy, commanded 
by Dudley Saltonstall. His services in the war of Inde- 
pendence were recognized by President Washington when 
he nominated him captain in the United States Navy. 

Miss Hannah Hobart. 4004 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Justin Hobart, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Justin Hobart and Desire Burr, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Justin Hobart and Hannah Penfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Penfield and Mary Allen, his wife. 

Justin Hobart, after the burning of Fairfield, July 8, 1779, 
opened his home to those who were without shelter. This 
house, owing to its nearness to British headquarters, had been 
saved, and was used for church services and courts until the 
court house was built in 1780. 

Mary Allen Penfield was the mother of Capt. Peter Pen- 
field, who fought at Long Island. 

Mrs. Mary Augusta Hyde Sherwood. 4005- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Edwin Sherwood. 

Descendant of Ens. Ebenezer Jesup and of Deacon Joseph 
Hyde, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Hyde and Arete Jesup, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Jesup and Eleanor Andrews, his wife. 

Ebenezer Jesup was surgeon in the Continental Army and 
in 1777 ensign in Capt. Nash's company of Connecticut 
militia on duty at Peekskill. During Tryon's invasion his 
house and entire property were burned. His devoted patriot- 
ism subjected him continually to persecution from Tories. 

Joseph Hyde drove a team with supplies for the army at 
White Plains, and in 1777 was under the command of Gen. 
Gold Selleck Silliman at the burning of Danbury, the battle 
of Ridgefield, and was wounded at Crompo Hill April 28tfi. 

Miss Cornelia Koff Pomeroy. . 4006 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Rev. Benjamin Pomeroy, Elihu Pomeroy, 
Daniel Judd, Isaac Williams and Corp. Stephen Barber, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Pomeroy and Mary Jane Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Pomeroy and Jerusha Williams, his 
wife; Charles Taylor and Emily Alice Judd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Pomeroy and Lydia Barber, his wife; 
Solomon Judd and Mary Barber, his wife; Isaac Williams and Phebe 
Williams, his wife; Joseph Taylor and Esther Foote, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pomeroy and Abigail Wheelock, 
his wife; Daniel Judd and Lydia Jones, his wife; Stephen Barber and 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Alice Cass, his wife; Wareham Williams and Rebekah Satterlee, his 
wife; Jeremiah Foote and Ruhamah Northam, his wife. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, from 1777-78, was chaplain of the Third 
Regiment under Col. Samuel Wyllys. 

Elihu Pomeroy turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Daniel Judd joined the militia and was at the siege of Bos- 
ton. In 1781, he was wounded at Fort Griswold and rolled 
down the embankment into the Thames, but was rescued by 
comrades who returned to bury their dead. 

Isaac Williams served in militia regiments during the war. 

Stephen Barber, in 1775, was corporal in a company from 
Hebron that marched to the relief of Boston. 

Abigail Wheelock Pomeroy was the mother of Ralph Pom- 
eroy, paymaster in the Third Regiment, Continental Line, and 
lieutenant from 1777-81. 

Rebekah Satterlee Williams was the mother of Wareham 
Williams, Jr., a soldier in the Connecticut militia. 

Ruhamah Northam Foote was the mother of Stephen and 
Ambrose Foote, who are found in the list of Connecticut 
pensioners. 

Also No. 3685. 

Mrs. Grace Melville Hall Wakeman. 4007 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Howard Nichols Wakeman. 

Descendant of Hannah Lacey and of Abigail Selleck Silli- 
man, mothers of patriots. 

Daughter of Henry Hall and Catharine Silliman Lacey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Lacey and Peggy Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Lacey and Catharine Silliman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. granddaughter of Benjamin Lacey and Margaret Hall, his 
wife; Jonathan Silliman and Ann Burn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Lacey and Hannah Lacey, his 
wife; Ebenezer Silliman and Abigail Selleck, his wife. 

Hannah Lacey was the mother of Josiah Lacey, a soldier 
at the Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he was quartermaster of 
Wadsworth's brigade and in 1780, when ill health compelled 
him to resign, had risen to the rank of captain, Connecticut 
Line. 

Also No. 3205. 



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Abigail Selleck Silliman was the mother of Gold Selleck 
Silliman, who entered the army as colonel in 1776, and when 
in command of the Connecticut militia in 1779 he was cap- 
tured and carried to Long Island. 

Mrs. Susan Warner Wakeman. 4008 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Zalmon Wakeman. 

Descendant of Ephraim Nichols, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Bradley Nichols and Charlotte Banks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Nichols and Miriam Bradley, his wife. 

Ephraim Nichols, in 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Jonathan 
Dimon's company of militia and in 1777 served under Capt. 
Ebenezer Hill on the Hudson. 

Mrs. Amelia Gilbert Bulkley. 4009 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Oliver Bulkley. 

Descendant of Joel Gilbert and of Sergt. Isaac Gilbert, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Gilbert and Amelia Potter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Gilbert and Esther Ailing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Gilbert and Elizabeth Bradley, his wife. 

Joel Gilbert, in 1775, served in the Fifth Regiment. 

Isaac Gilbert was a private at the Lexington Alarm, and 
seven of the same family entered the army in 1775. He was 
sergeant in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment at West Point 
in 1 78 1, and received a pension for his services. 

Also No. 3595. 

Mrs. Kate Amelia Bulkley Jennings. 4010 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Arthur Osbourne Jennings. 

Descendant of Eleazer Bulkley, Joel Gilbert and Isaac Gil- 
bert, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver Bulkley and Amelia Gilbert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Bulkley and Catherine Bulkley, his wife; 
Stephen Gilbert and Amelia Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife. 

See No. 4009. 



DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Eleazer Bulkley, when a lad, enlisted in 1776, on the "De- 
fense," which was fitted out at New Haven by the State of 
Connecticut. The "Defense" had several engagements, se- 
cured numerous prizes and captured Col. Campbell, who was 
exchanged for Ethan Allen, then confined in London. When 
discharged he enlisted in the militia for the defense of the State, 
and for these services, on sea and land, received a pension. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hale Gilman Vredenburgh. 40 n 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of John S. Vredenburgh. 

Descendant of Judge Joseph Gilman, of Exeter, N. H. 

Daughter of Benjamin Ives Gilman and Mary Elizabeth Miles, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Ives Gilman and Hannah Robbins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gilman and Rebecca Hale Ives, his 
wife; Dr. Chandler Robbins and Jane Prince, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Philemon Robbins and Hannah 
Foote, his wife. 

Joseph Gilman was chairman of the Committee of Safety of 
New Hampshire. 

Also No. 1652. 

Hannah Foote Robbins was the mother of Ammi Ruhamah 
Robbins, chaplain in Col. Burrall's Connecticut regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Ogden Bulkley Gilman. 4012 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles Miles Gilman. 

Descendant of Eleazer Bulkley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Bulkley and Elizabeth Andrews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife; Ben- 
jamin Andrews and Eliza Hobby, his wife. 

See No. 4010. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Andrews and Abigail Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Andrews and Temperance Cable, his 
wife; Benjamin Davis and Eunice Nash, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Nash and Rebecca Hull, his 
wife. 

Temperance Cable Andrews was the mother of John An- 
drews, a soldier in the Connecticut Line, who volunteered in 
1776, and later served in the regiment of Light Dragoons. 



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Rebecca Hull Nash was the mother of Thomas Nash, a cap- 
tain of Connecticut militia. 

Mrs. Virginia Bulkley Perry. 4013 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Hoyt Perry. 
Descendant of Eleazer Bulkley. 

Daughter of George Bulkley and Elizabeth Andrews, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Eleazer Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife. 
See No. 4010. 

Miss Eliza Andrews Bulkley. 4014 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Eleazer Bulkley. 

Daughter of George Bulkley and Elizabeth Andrews, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Eleazer Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife. 
See No. 4010. 

Miss Annie Burr Jennings. 401 ^ 

Born in California. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Gould, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver Burr Jennings and Esther Judson Goodsell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Gould Jennings and Anna Burr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Jennings and Abigail Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gould and Elizabeth Burr, his 
wife. 

Abraham Gould was colonel in the Fifth Regiment of militia 

raised in Fairfield county. He was killed at Ridgefield, April 
27, 1777, when in pursuit of the British, who had burned Nor- 
walk and Danbury and were retreating to their ships. 

Miss Mary Catharine Gould. 4016 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Gould and of Capt. Eliphalet 
Thorp, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Gould and Mary Wakeman Thorp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jason Gould and Catharine Carson, his wife; 
Walter Thorp and Ruamah Sherwood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gould and Elizabeth Burr, his wife; 
Eliphalet Thorp and Eunice Perry, his wife. 

See No. 4015. 

Eliphalet Thorp, in 1776, was granted letters of marque by 



8 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

the Council of Safety for the' privateer "Broome," and was 
ordered to transport powder to Fairfield. He marched to 
Peekskill in command of a company under Colonel Whiting. 

Miss Elizabeth Burr Gould. 4017 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Eliphalet Thorp and of Col. Abraham 
Gould. 
Daughter of John Gould and Mary Wakeman Thorp, his wife. 
See Nos. 4015, 4016. 

Mrs. Harriet Hoyt Perry. 4018 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Oliver H. Perry. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Penfield, of New Fairfield, Conn. 

Daughter of Eli Thatcher Hoyt and Mary Matilda Wildman White, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enos Hoyt and Sarah Penfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Penfield and Hannah Lewis, his wife. 

Peter Penfield, in 1776, was lieutenant in the Sixth Com- 
pany, Sixteenth Militia Regiment. He rose to the rank of 
captain and commanded a company in defense of New Haven. 

Also No. 3502. 

Mrs. Mary Josephine Pomeroy. 4019 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Descendant of Eleazer Bulkley, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Andrew Bulkley and Sally Dimon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Eleazer Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife. 
See No. 4010. 

Mrs. Abbie Gillette Chamberlin Browne. 4020 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Strong Browne. 

Descendant of Capt. Zaccheus Gillette, Benoni Gillette, John 
Dean, Thomas Sanford, Jairus Sanford, all of Connecticut, 
and Jacob Chamberlin, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Cyrus Chamberlin and Adeline Gillette, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elephus Gillette and Amarilla Sanford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benoni Gillette and Phebe Dean, his wife; 
and of Jairus Sanford; and of Jacob Chamberlin. 



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Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Zaccheus Gillette and Ruth Phelps, his 
wife; and of John Dean; and of Thomas Sanford. 

Benoni Gillette was in Capt. Lucius Tuttle's company of 
militia in the Burgoyne Campaign and received a pension for 
his services. 

Zaccheus Gillette responded to the Lexington Alarm and 
served in the State militia, 1775-76. 

John Dean, whose name is on the roll of honor of Wolcott, 
died in 1776, on returning from camp in New York. 

Thomas Sanford enlisted for the war in 1777, and his son 
Jairus was a Revolutionary pensioner. 

Jacob Chamberlin served in the militia under Capt. Nathan 
Wilson, Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment, and fought at Ben- 
nington in Stark's brigade. 

Miss Jennette L. Gaylord. 4021 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Gaylord and of Lieut. Zephaniah 
Briggs, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Irwin Briggs Gaylord and Louisa P. Jewett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Harvey Gaylord and Phebe Briggs, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Gaylord and Catherine Chittenden, 
his wife; Zephaniah Briggs and Patience Newton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Gaylord and Phebe Smith, his wife. 

Ebenezer Gaylord was a minute man and served as home 
guard. He was at the Danbury Raid, and in 1780 inspector 
of provisions. 

Zephaniah Briggs was a lieutenant at the battle of Danbury. 

Phebe Smith Gaylord was the mother of Aaron Gaylord, 
lieutenant in the Sixth Company, State regiment. 

Mrs. Alice Merwin Bostwick. 4022 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Henry E. Bostwick. 

Descendant of Deacon Benjamin Gaylord and of David 
Merwin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Merwin and Susan Gaylord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Gaylord and Rosanna Seely, his wife; 
Orange Merwin and Tryphena Warner, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Gaylord and Sarah Hartwell, his wife; 
David Merwin and Mary Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Gaylord and Tyrall Morehouse, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Gaylord, in 1780, was ensign in the Fifth Regi- 
ment, inspector of provisions and a member of the Vigilance 
Committee, 

David Merwin was a private in Col. Canfield's regiment from 
New Milford. 

Mrs. Katharine Arnold Nettleton. 4023 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles H. Nettleton. 

Descendant of Col. Noah Phelps, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Joseph Arnold and Mary Louisa Phelps, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Noah A. Phelps and Delia Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Amherst Phelps and Charlotte Wilcox, 
his wife. 

See No. 4002. 

Mrs. Ellen Stevens White. 4024 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. Theodore Columbus White. 

Descendant of Sergt. Gersham Rust, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ira H. Stevens and Melvina C. Bulkeley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Stevens and Sarah Matthews Rust, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gersham Rust and Sarah Matthews, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gersham Rust and Mary Cooley, his wife. 

Gersham Rust, in 1776, was sergeant under Capt. Shepard 
at Mount Independence, and in 1777 responded to the Ben- 
nington Alarm. 

Also No. 1713. 

Miss Greta Burnet Coolidge Pomeroy. 4025- 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Surg. Gen. William Burnet, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Charles Coolidge Pomeroy and Edith Burnet, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Wallace Burnet and Margaret Groesbeck, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Burnet and Rebecca Wallace, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Burnet and Mary Camp, his wife. 
William Burnet was a member of the Committee of Safety 



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of Newark, where, in 1775, he established a military hospital. 
In 1776 he was elected to the Continental Congress and re- 
signed to accept the position of surgeon general, Continental 
Army. He was a member of the original Society of the 
Cincinnati. His son, Maj. Ichabod Burnet, was aide-de-camp 
to Gen. Greene and the officer commanded to announce the 
decision of the court to Adj. Gen. Andre. 
Also Nos. 838, 3575. 

Mrs. Sarah Montgomery Sumner Teale. 4026 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William W. Teale. 

Descendant of Brevet Brig. Gen. Joseph Vose and Maj. 
Seth Sumner, of Massachusetts, and John Forster, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of Maj. Gen. Edwin Vose Sumner and Hannah Wicker- 
sham Forster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Sumner and Nancy Vose, his wife; CoL 
Thomas Forster and Sarah Pettit Montgomery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Vose and Sarah Howe, his wife; Seth 
Sumner and Elizabeth Davis, his wife; John Forster and Catherine 
Dickey, his wife; John Montgomery and Martha Montgomery, his 
wife. 

Joseph Vose was major in the expedition to Canada, colonel 
at Monmouth, in the Rhode Island Campaign and at York- 
town. At the close of the war he was made brevet brigadier 
general, and was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Seth Sumner was lieutenant in Capt. Ebenezer Withington's 
company at the Lexington Alarm and captain under Col. 
Benjamin Gill in the Rhode Island Campaign and at Castle 
Island. In 1778 he had risen to the rank of major, and in 
1783 was a delegate to the General Assembly. 

John Forster, in 1776, served in Capt. William Bell's com- 
pany, Lancaster County Associators. 

Martha Montgomery was the mother of Joseph Montgom- 
ery, who, in 1777, was appointed chaplain of Col. Smallwood's 
Maryland regiment, and in 1780 a delegate to the Continental 
Congress. 

Also Nos. 444, 974, 2348. 



12 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Bertha Constance Perry Ronalds. 4027 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Pierre Ronalds. 

Descendant of Dr. John Constable and of William Kerin 
Constable, of New York. 

Daughter of William Alfred Perry and Emma Constance Perry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Alfred Perry and Emily Constable, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Beers Pierrepont and Anna Maria 
Constable, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Kerin Constable and Anna White, 
his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of John Constable, who 
was enrolled with the militia at the beginning of the war. His 
son, William Kerin Constable, served in the patriot army and 
was aide to Lafayette. 

Mrs. Annie Van Rensselaer Wells. 4028 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Judge Alexander Wells. 

Descendant of Lieut. Gov. Pierre Van Cortlandt, Col. Abra- 
ham Gardiner and Lieut. Abraham Van Wyck, all of New 
York. 

Daughter of Philip Gilbert Van Wyck and Mary Smith Gardiner, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Van Wyck and Catherine Van Cort- 
landt, his wife; Capt. Abraham Gardiner and Phoebe Dayton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Pierre Van Cortlandt and Joanna Livingston, 
his wife; Abraham Gardiner and Phoebe Smith, his wife. 

Pierre Van Cortlandt was a member of the Committee of 
Safety, colonel of the Third Regiment from West Chester 
county, and one of the thirty-eight patriots who, in a group on 
horseback at White Plains, July 9, 1776, ratified the Declara- 
tion of Independence. His eldest son Philip was a brilliant 
officer, and for gallantry at Yorktown was made brigadier 
general. He was a member of the original Society of the Cin- 
cinnati. 

Abraham Gardiner commanded the militia that defended 
the east end of Long Island. 

Also No. 972. 



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Abraham Van Wyck was lieutenant in the Sportsman's com- 
pany, First Regiment of militia, under Col. John Lasher. 

Mrs. Charlotte Sackett Weygant. 4029 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Weygant. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Sackett, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Bailey Sackett and Elizabeth Townsend Mc- 
Conn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Sackett and Mary Bailey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Sackett and Mary Rogers, his wife. 

Nathaniel Sackett, in 1775, was a member of the Dutchess 
County Military Committee and a delegate to the Provincial 
Congress. He was acting chief commissary of subsistence 
and ordnance for the State troops on the east side of the Hud- 
son, without pay or military rank, until relieved by Col. John 
Lasher. In 1777 Washington gave him authority over all 
persons in the secret service of the Continental Army. He 
was a member of the Assembly, 1779-80. 

Mrs. Margaretta Van Wyck Hasbrouck. 4030 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Eli Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Maj. John Stagg, of New York. 

Daughter of William W. Van Wyck and Hariot Clark Stagg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Stagg and Phoebe Woods, his wife. 

John Stagg, in 1777, was lieutenant in Malcolm's additional 
regiment, and private secretary to Washington at Valley 
Forge. He rose to the rank of major and was an original 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Charlotte Beattie. 4°3 l 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Beattie. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Belknap, David Belknap and 
Robert Beattie, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Bowden and Olivia Maria Belknap Beattie, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Beattie and Charlotte Belknap, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Belknap and Sarah Case, his wife; and 
of Robert Beattie. 



14 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-grandclaughter of Samuel Belknap and Lydia Stearns, his 
wife. 

David Belknap was a signer of the Pledge of Association 
and in the company of Foragers that served at Fort Montgom- 
ery, October 6, 1777. 

Samuel Belknap was captain of a company of Massachusetts 
militia at Concord. 

Robert Beattie, in the company of Foragers, took part in the 
engagement at Fort Montgomery. 

Mrs. Catharine Ten Eyck Lansing Boyd. 4032 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert Hawthorn Boyd. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Lansing, Jr., Gerrit J. Lansing, 
Abraham J. Ten Eyck and Asa Douglas, of New York, and 
Maj. John Stewart, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Abraham Ten Eyck Lansing and Jane Ann Stewart, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sanders Lansing and Catharine Ten Eyck, his 
wife; Samuel Stewart and Content Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham J. Ten Eyck and Annatje Lansing, 
his wife; Gerrit J. Lansing and Jane Waters, his wife; John Stewart 
and Ruth Smith, his wife; Wheeler Douglas and Martha Rathbone, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Lansing, Jr., and Marytje Egberts, 
his wife; Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife. 

Jacob Lansing, Jr., was colonel at Stillwater and at Schoharie 
when it was attacked by Sir John Johnson and the Indians, 
who desolated Cherry Valley with fire and tomahawk. 

Gerrit J. Lansing and Abraham J. Ten Eyck were members 
of the Albany Committee of Safety. 

John Stewart, in 1776, was lieutenant of Thomas' Independ- 
ent Company, and in 1777 had risen to the rank of major. 
He was captured at Staten Island, August 22, 1777, and for 
bravery at Stony Point was commended by Gen. Wayne and 
presented with a medal by Congress. 

Asa Douglas took part in the battle of Bennington, where 
he commanded a company of "Silver Grays." His sons, Maj. 
Asa and Capt. William, served during the war. 

Also Nos. 493, 3696. 



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Miss Margaret Cuthbert Boyd. 4033 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gerrit J. Lansing, Maj. John Stewart, Abra- 
ham J. Ten Eyck, Col. Jacob Lansing, Jr., and Asa Douglas. 

Daughter of Robert Hawthorn Boyd and Catharine Ten Eyck Lan- 
sing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Ten Eyck Lansing and Jane Ann 
Stewart, his wife. 

See No. 4032. 

Mrs. Minnie Adams Taylor. 4034 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Fred. Morrison Taylor. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Hagadorn and of Ebenezer 
Adams, of New York. 

Daughter of John Cox Adams and Emma Barton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Adams and Maria Hagadorn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Hagadorn; Ebenezer Adams and Eliza- 
beth Martin, his wife. 

Jacob Hagadorn, in 1775, was lieutenant in the German 
Camp District Company, Tenth Regiment. 

Ebenezer Adams, in 1775, enlisted in Capt. Henry B. Liv- 
ingston's company, Fourth Regiment. He served through 
the war and was lamed for life by the wounds received in battle. 

Also No. 1767. 

Miss Laura M. Rankin. 40^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gen. Jabez Huntington, Gov. Oliver Wolcott 
and Lieut. Col. Joshua Huntington, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Robert Gosman Rankin and Laura M. Wolcott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Wolcott and Elizabeth Huntington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Huntington and Hannah Huntington, 
his wife; Oliver Wolcott and Laura Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Elizabeth Tracy 
Backus, his wife. 

Jabez Huntington was an active member of the Committee 
of Safety, when in 1776 he was appointed major general of 
militia. 



16 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Oliver Wolcott was a delegate to the Continental Congress 
and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He com- 
manded fourteen regiments of Connecticut militia, ordered for 
the defense of New York. 

Joshua Huntington, in command of one hundred Norwich 
boys, joined Putnam's brigade for the defense of Boston. He 
served in the same brigade at New York, and was in the 
Jersey Campaigns. In 1777 he superintended the building of 
the frigate "The Confederacy." 

Also Nos. 1457, 3699. 

Mrs. Henriette Young McCroskery. 4036 

Born in New York. 

Wife of J. S. McCroskery. 

Descendant of Col. Lewis Du Bois, of Marlborough, N. Y. 

Daughter of Lewis W. Young and Margaret Rachel Du Bois, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Du Bois, Jr., and Anna Hull, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Du Bois and Rachel Jansen, his wife. 

Lewis Du Bois, in 1775, was a delegate to the Provincial 
Congress and captain of the Fourth Company from Ulster 
county, which served in the Canadian Campaign. In 1776 
he was commissioned colonel and ordered to raise a regiment 
for three years and was stationed on the Highlands in 1777 
when Forts Clinton and Montgomery surrendered; he was 
captured and not exchanged for a year. In 1780 was a re- 
cruiting officer with title of Colonel of Levies. 

Also No. 3698. 

Mrs. Cornelia Anna Deyo Sherman. 4037 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Daniel D. Sherman. 
Descendant of Col. Lewis Du Bois. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Deyo, M. D., and Cornelia Bruyn Du Bois, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Du Bois, Jr., and Anna Hull, his wife. 
See No. 4036. 

Miss Harriet Bogardus Mosier. 4038 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Evert Bogardus, of New York. 



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Daughter of Louis Livingston Mosier and Mary Van Wagenen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abram Van Wagenen and Rebecca Bogardus, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bogardus and Rebecca Van Steen- 
burgh, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Evert Bogardus and Catherine Dubois, his 
wife. 

Evert Bogardus, in 1775, was captain of the First Company 
of militia in Ulster county and served under Col. Abram 
Hasbrouck. 

Mrs. Eloise Stevenson Kernochan. 4039 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Lorillard Kernochan. 

Descendant of Gen. John Twiggs, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Vernon King Stevenson and Anna Louisa Eve, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Paul Fitzsimmons Eve and Sarah Louisa Twiggs, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Lowe Twiggs and Sarah Lowe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Twiggs and Ruth Emanuel, his wife. 

John Twiggs was a favorite leader of the patriots and served 
in Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. In 1781, in consid- 
eration of his meritorious service, especially in negotiating 
Indian Treaties, he was commissioned brigadier general. 

Also Nos. 1226, 221 1. 

Mrs. Annie Adams Peet. 4040 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John B. Peet. 

Descendant of Susanna Boylston Adams, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Peter Boylston Bass and Jane Weller Bucher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Bass and Ann Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Boylston Adams and Mary Crosbey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Adams and Susanna Boylston, his 
wife. 

Susanna Boylston Adams was the mother of John Adams, 
member through the war of the Continental Congress, signer 
of the Declaration of Independence, a devoted friend of Wash- 
ington and second President of the United States. 

Also Nos. 1052, 3527. 



18 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Anna Katharine Cutler. 4041 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James G. Cutler, S. A. R. 
Descendant of Capt. Israel Vail, of New York. 
Daughter of Stephen Abbey and Caroline Vail, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Vail and Anne Aylworth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Vail and Eleanor Ferguson, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Vail and Rebecca Hubbard, his wife. 
Israel Vail was captain of militia at the important battle of 
.White Plains, October 28, 1776. 

Mrs. Anna Caroline Felton Dakin. 4042 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles S. Dakin. 

Descendant of Capt. Francis Wilson, of Holden, Mass. 

Daughter of John Felton and Mary R. Swan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Swan and Mary Lovering, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Lovering and Mary Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Wilson and Mary Hartwell, his 
wife. 

Francis Wilson, in 1775, was sergeant in Capt. James Davis' 
minute company. In 1777 he had risen to the rank of cap- 
tain, and in 1779 commanded a company of militia that was 
ordered to join the army in New York. 

Mrs. Jeanie Morse Wilson. 4043 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Walter Townsend Wilson. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Morse, of Guilford, Conn. 

Daughter of David Reynolds Morse and Elizabeth Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Morse and Anna Reynolds, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Morse and Lucy Norton, his wife. 

David Morse, in 1775, was a minute man, and in 1776 was 
with the militia in the New York Campaign. He was sergeant 
of his company, which was detailed for coast defense. 

Also No. 3375. 

Mrs. Anna Morse Ames. 4044 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Samuel Ames. 
Descendant of Sergt. David Morse. 

Daughter of David Reynolds Morse and Elizabeth Miller, his wife. 
See No. 4043. 



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Mrs. Cornelia Perrine Rich. 4045" 

Born in California. 

Wife of Gains Barrett Rich. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Hall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry E. Perrine and Cornelia S. Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hubbard Hall and Maria Ensworth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hall and Mary Crittenden, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Hall and Abigail Saxton, his wife. 

Stephen Hall entered the army in 1775 as lieutenant; in 1776 
he was in Col. Swift's regiment, raised for duty at Ticonde- 
roga, and in 1777 had risen to the rank of captain in the Sev- 
enth Regiment. He died in 1783. 

Mrs. Leah Cresswell Ellwanger. 4046 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward S. Ellwanger. 

Descendant of Daniel Williams and of Lieut. Jacob Mytin- 
ger, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Matthew Cresswell and Deborah Moulson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cresswell and Margaret Mytinger, his wife; 
John Moulson, Jr., and Ella La Lanne, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Mytinger and Catherine Matthieu, his 
wife; John Moulson and Sarah Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Williams and Jane Oldman, his 
wife. 

Jacob Mytinger, in 1778, was lieutenant in Capt. Bartholo- 
mew Von Heer's company of Light Dragoons, called the 
"Troop of Marechausse." He served to the close of the war, 
and was a member of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Daniel Williams, a signer of the Non-Importation Acts and 
the Oath of Allegiance, in 1777 furnished the Supreme 
Executive Council with lead. 

Mrs. Harriet Langdon Albright. 4047 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Joseph Albright. 

Descendant of Col. Andrew Morehouse, of New York. 
Daughter of John Le Droit Langdon and Jerusha Stillman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Langdon and Eunice King, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Langdon and Lucy Morehouse, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Morehouse and Phoebe More- 
house, his wife. 



20 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Andrew Morehouse, in 1778, was appointed lieutenant col- 
onel of the Third Regiment, Pawling's Precinct of militia. 

Mrs. Adelle Willis Bolles. 4048 

Born in New York. 

Wife of David Huntington Bolles. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Weeks. 

Daughter of Rodney M. Willis and Amanda Hull, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Willis and Mary Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Weeks and Lucy Pierce, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathan Weeks, who in 1777 
was lieutenant in the Second Rhode Island Continental Line, 
and killed at the battle of Monmouth. 

Mrs. Anna C. Ward Suydam. 4049 

Born in New Jersey. 

Widow of Henry Suydam. 

Descendant of Dr. Stephen Ball and of Capt. Eliakim Littell, 
of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Mortimer Seabury Ward and Julia Bruen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richmond Ward and Elizabeth H. Littell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hobart Littell and Matilda Ball, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Stephen Ball and Sarah Ross, his wife; 
Eliakim Littell and Hannah Littell, his wife. 

Stephen Ball, in 1780, was surgeon's mate in the First New 
Jersey Regiment. 

Eliakim Littell was captain of a volunteer company, called 
the "Jersey Blues" from their uniforms having been spun, 
woven and made by the patriotic women of Newark. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard Tourtellot. 40^0 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Tourtellot. 

Descendant of William Pitkin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hiram Denio, LL. D., and Ann Hubbard Pitkin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Pitkin and Elizabeth Hubbard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Timothy Pitkin. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Pitkin, who was one 
of the Commitee of Six (Benjamin Franklin being chairman) 



LINEAGE BOOK. 21 

appointed by the different Governments to meet at Albany, 
N. Y., to outline a plan of union among the Colonies. The 
feeling in regard to the Stamp Act called for a united remon- 
strance and this was the initiatory step of the Revolution. 

Mrs. Isabel Nixon Whiteley. 40^1 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry Whiteley. 

Descendant of Abigail Lawrence Elmer and of Rebecca 
Leonard Jewell, mothers of patriots. 

Daughter of Rev. J. Howard Nixon and Flora H. Jewell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Smith Nixon and Mary Shaw Thomp- 
son, his wife; Moses Jewell and Elmina Conger, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Thompson and Elizabeth Elmer, his 
wife; Justus Jewell and Mary Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Elmer and Mary Shaw, his wife; 
Archibald Jewell and Rebecca Leonard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Elmer and Abigail Lawrence, 
his wife. 

Abigail Lawrence Elmer was the mother of Jonathan Elmer, 
a delegate to the Provincial Congress of New Jersey and 
major of Light Infantry; Timothy Elmer, captain of militia, 
and Ebenezer Elmer, who served throughout the war and was 
president of the Society of the Cincinnati of New Jersey. 

Rebecca Leonard Jewell was the mother of Ebenezer and 
Lemuel Jewell, who served in the Massachusetts militia until 
the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Lavinia Chatham Stull. 40^2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Austin Stull. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Philip De Haas, John Philip 
De Haas, Jr., and Capt. William Shippen, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hon. James Chatham and Henrietta De Haas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Hannah Montgomery 
Morrison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas, Jr., and Ann Shippen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Eleanor De 
Haas, his wife. 

John Philip De Haas, in 1775, was major of Pennsylvania 



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Provincials, and in 1777 had risen to the rank of brigadier 
general, Continental Army. 

John Philip De Haas, Jr., 1776-77, was ensign of the First 
Pennsylvania Battalion. 

William Shippen, in 1776, was captain of marines on the 
"Hancock." He took service in the army and was killed at 
the battle of Princeton. 

Mrs. Marion Preston Vaughn. 40^3 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Stephen Vaughn. 

Descendant of George Espy, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Preston and Sarah Ann Espy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Espy and Elizabeth Erike, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Espy and Mary Stewart, his wife. 

George Espy, in 1776, was a private in Col. Timothy Green's 
battalion, Lancaster County Associators, which was on duty 
in the Jersey Campaigns. He was detailed in 1777-78 from the 
Second Company, Sixth Battalion, to sit in court martials. 

Mrs. Helen Biddle Griscom Bettle. 40^4 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Samuel Bettle. 

Descendant of Hon. Owen Biddle, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Clement Acton Griscom and Frances Canby Biddle, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Canby Biddle and Rachel Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Mary Canby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Owen Biddle and Sarah Parke, his wife. 

Owen Biddle was a member of the Committee of Safety, 
President of the Board of War and one of the "Fighting 
Quakers" who did much for the cause. 

Also Nos. 2859, 3248. 

Mrs. Eleanor Mulford Hamlin. 40^ 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William Jeanes Hamlin. 
Descendant of Furman Mulford, of Salem, N. J. 
Daughter of Lewis Mulford and Amanda Stanford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lewis Mulford and Rachel Buzby, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Furman Mulford and Rhoda Lawrence, his 
wife. 



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Furman Mulford was a private in the Third Battalion from 
Gloucester county. There were many of the same family who 
rendered service during the struggle for Independence. 

Miss Mary Scott Kimmell. 40^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Jones, Capt. Michael Kimmell 
and Rev. David Jones, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. Samuel Kimmell and Mary J. Cunningham, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Cunningham and Eliza Hutchison, his 
wife; and of Ludwig Kimmell. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cunningham and Mary Jones, his 
wife; and of Jacob Kimmell. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Jones and Margaret Davis, his 
wife; and of Michael Kimmell. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Jones and Elizabeth Davis, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Jones was captain in the expedition to Quebec; 
after his return was made major, and in 1777 advanced to the 
rank of colonel. He died in 1782 from the effects of exposure 
and hard service in the field. 

Also Nos. 1936, 2337. 

Michael Kimmell, in 1776, was lieutenant in Capt. James 
Taylor's company, Fourth Battalion, and regimental paymas- 
ter. He was retired in 1778 with the rank of captain. 

David Jones was chaplain of the Fourth Pennsylvania Bat- 
talion and an active patriot in civil life. 

Mrs. Sarah Morris Ogden. 40^7 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward H. Ogden. 

Descendant of Christopher Marshall, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Francis Perot and Elizabeth Marshall Morris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Morris and Sarah Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Marshall and Patience Parrish, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Christopher Marshall, who 
from 1775-78 was a member of the Council of Public Safety. 

Also No. 20. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Caroline Sproat Darrach. 40^8 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry Darrach. 

Descendant of Brev. Maj. William Sproat, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Harris Lindsay Sproat and Caroline H. Sheepshanks 
Spencer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James William Sproat and Margaret Statira Lind- 
say, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Sproat and Maria Thompson, his wife. 

William Sproat, in 1775, was ensign in Kent county "Asso- 
ciators of Freemen of Maryland;" in 1777 lieutenant in the 
Pennsylvania Line, and brevet major at the close of the war. 
He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 2857. 

Miss Elizabeth Peters Cresswell. 4059 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Mytinger. 
Daughter of Robert Cresswell and Elizabeth Peters, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Cresswell and Margaret Mytinger, his wife. 
See No. 4046. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Brooke Arundel Rambo. 4060 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William B. Rambo. 

Descendant of Capt. Elijah Weed, Matthew Brooke and 
Maj. William Brooke, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert J. Arundel and Eliza Brooke Weed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Weed and Elizabeth Brooke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Brooke and Margaret Moore, his 
wife; Elijah Weed and Mary Mitchell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Brooke and Sarah Rees, his wife. 

Elijah Weed was captain in the Philadelphia Brigade com- 
manded by Gen. John Cadwalader, and in 1778 military store- 
keeper at Downington. 

Matthew Brooke was a member of the Provincial Conference 
held at Carpenter's Hall, January 18, 1776. 

William Brooke, in 1777, was captain, and in 1779 major of 
the Fourth Company, Philadelphia Battalion. 



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Miss Henrietta C. Baldy, 4061 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Henry Spering, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Edward H. Baldy and Henrietta Montgomery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. Montgomery and Henrietta S. Cooper, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cooper and Mary Spering, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Spering and Mary Richards, his 
wife. 

Henry Spering, although a lad^refused to return to England 
with his father, but with his brother John, one as a fifer, the 
other as drummer, entered the army. He was at Trenton and 
served to the close of the war. 

Miss Sara Hurley Baldy. 4062 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Henry Spering. 

Daughter of Edward H. Baldy and Henrietta Montgomery, his wife. 
See No. 4061. 

Mrs. Mary Craig McKillip. 406$ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Harvey Alexander McKillip. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Craig, of Allentown, Pa. 

Daughter of Dr. James Boyd McKelvy and Mary Elizabeth Abbett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Abbett and Mary Craig, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Craig and Dorothy Brinier, his wife. 

Thomas Craig was lieutenant of Thompson's rifle regiment 
in the Canadian Campaign. He fought at Long Island, 
Brandywine, Germantown, was at Valley Forge, and in South 
Carolina. He was with Wayne in the right wing at Monmouth 
which held the advance until Washington could come up with 
the main army. He was retired with rank of colonel in 1783. 

Also No. 3624. 

Mrs. Ellen May Hotchkiss McCullough. 4064 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Samuel Thomas McCullough. 
Descendant of Benjamin Comfort, of New York. 



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Jed Hotchkiss and Sara Anne Comfort, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Comfort and Anne Bridgman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Comfort and Charity Shaw, his wife 
Benjamin Comfort, in 1775, was a member of the Committee 
of Safety and an Associator of New Marlboro, Ulster county. 

Mrs. Agnes Wallace Pearson Macbeth. 4065- 

Born in South Carolina. 
Widow of James Ravenel Macbeth. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Henderson and of Gen. John 

Pearson, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of John Henderson Pearson and Ellen Wallace, his wife- 
Granddaughter of Robert Raiford Pearson and Hannah Henderson,. 

his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Henderson and Louisa Turner, his wife; 

and of John Pearson. 
John Henderson was colonel of the State troops that covered 

the left flank of the army at the battle of Eutaw Springs. 
John Pearson entered the service at the first alarm and rose 

to the rank of major of militia during the war. 

Mrs. Caroline Walker Kavenel. 4066 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of William Parker Ravenel. 

Descendant of Capt. Arthur Simkins. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Bruce Walker and Caroline Simkins Jeter,, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. John Speed Jeter and Sabra Simkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Simkins and Sallie Stewart James, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Arthur Simkins, who, in 1775, 
was a member of the Provincial Congress of South Carolina 
and captain of a militia company of infantry. 

Mrs. Carrie Carter Boyce. 4067 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of William Lane Boyce. 
Descendant of Capt. John Carter, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Dr. Flournoy Carter and Martha Walshe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. John Carter and Martha Flournoy, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Carter and Anna Wray, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 27 



John Carter, in 1778, when eighteen, entered the service and 
was soon promoted to the rank of captain of cavalry, which 
position he held until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Julia Carter Moore. • 4068 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Saint-John Moore. 
Descendant of Capt. John Carter. 

Daughter of Dr. Flournoy Carter and Martha Walshe, his wife. 
See No. 4067. 

Mrs. Martha Swan Burnett Norton. 4069 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Henry C. Norton. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezekiel Cloud. 

Daughter of Dr. Swan Prichard Burnett and Caroline Clark Cloud, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Cloud and Elizabeth Harman, his wife. 

Ezekiel Cloud, in 1778, was a private in the Georgia militia 
and took part in the Carolina Campaign. He was honorably- 
discharged in 1782 and received a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Margaret Alexander Sage. 4070 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Ira Yale Sage. 

Descendant of Josiah Alexander, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Davidson Alexander and Mary Dunn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Azariah Alexander and Margaret McCracken, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Alexander and Mildred Orr, his wife. 

Josiah Alexander emigrated from Great Britain and settled 
on the Delaware, but removed to Mecklenburg county, where 
he served as a soldier during the war. 

Mrs. Evelyn Nelson Turpin. • 4071 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of William C. Turpin. 

Descendant of Gov. Thomas Nelson and Maj. John Nelson. 
Daughter of William Norborm Nelson and Mary A. Page, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Maj. Thomas Nelson and Sarah Walker Page, his 
wife. 



28 ' DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nelson and Anne Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gov. Thomas Nelson and Lucy Grymes, 
his wife. 

John Nelson, in 1776, was captain of a Virginia troop of 
Horse, and rose to the rank of major. 

Thomas Nelson was a signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. He gave nearly all of his large estate for the sup- 
port of the army and, while Governor of Virginia, commanded 
a battery at Yorktown. His mansion was taken by the Com- 
mander-in-Chief for the French headquarters. 

Also No. 3481. 

Mrs. Lily Pyles McCarty. 4072 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of James Wilder McCarty. 

Descendant of Capt. Isham Talbot, Capt. George Calhoun 
and Lieut. George Calhoun, Jr. 

Daughter of Dr. Madison Pyles and Cordelia LaFayette Talbot, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Moil Talbot and Sarah Payne, his wife; 
Samuel Pyles and Elizabeth Calhoun, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isham Talbot and Jane Talbot, his wife; 
George Calhoun, Jr., and Susan Cotton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Calhoun and M. Brown, his wife. 

Isham Talbot served in the Virginia Line and took part in 
the battles of Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. He 
removed to Kentucky in 1779, and was in the disastrous en- 
gagement with the British and Indians at Blue Licks four days 
after the enemy's repulse at Bryant's Station, made memorable 
by the heroism of the pioneer women. 

George Calhoun, in 1776, was captain of the Tenth Penn- 
sylvania Battalion and died in 1779. 

George Calhoun, Jr., in 1779-81, was lieutenant of Pennsyl- 
vania Rangers, and during the contest was often employed by 
Washington in the secret service. 

Mrs. Ella Hicks Johnson. 4073 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of James M. Johnson. 

Descendant of John Herndon and of Capt. John Edmonson, 
of Virginia. 



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Daughter of Charles Beverly Hicks and Mary Dudley Flynt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Beverly Alsop Hicks and Mary Colson Herndon, 
his wife; Martin Dudley Flynt and Margaret Richardson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Herndon and Judith Hampton, his wife; 
James Richardson and Mary Edmonson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Edmonson and Anna Montgomery, 
his wife. 

John Herndon, in 1777, was assistant commissary, Virginia 
Line, and later served in the Quartermaster General's Depart- 
ment under William Finnic 

John Edmonson was with the four hundred militia men from 
Washington county under Col. William Campbell, who fought 
at King's Mountain. 

Mrs. Lucy Brent Palmer. 4074 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. Edward R. Palmer. 

Descendant of Capt. John Ashby, Lieut. Nathaniel Ashby, 
Lieut. Jonathan Taylor and George Taylor, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas Y. Brent and Almyrah Dalrymple Taylor, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Taylor and Mary Ashby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ashby and Marguerite Manzie, his 
wife; Jonathan Taylor and Ann Berry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ashby and Jean Combs, his wife; 
George Taylor and Rachel Gibson, his wife. 

John Ashby, in 1776, was captain of the Third Virginia Regi- 
ment and received a land grant for three years' services. 

Nathaniel Ashby was ensign in his father's company and 
raised to the rank of lieutenant. 

George Taylor was a member of the Committee of Safety and 
of the Virginia Convention of 1774. He had ten sons in the 
army, all save one commissioned officers. 

Jonathan Taylor, from 1779-81, was lieutenant in the "Vir- 
ginia Convention Guards." 

Miss Belle Brent Palmer. 407^ 

Born in Kentucky. 
Descendant of Capt. John Ashby, Lieut. Nathaniel Ashby, 
Lieut. Jonathan Taylor and George Taylor. 
Daughter of Dr. Edward R. Palmer and Lucy Brent, his wife. 



30 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Y. Brent and Almyrah Dalrymple Taylor, 
his wife. 

See No. 4074. 

Miss Anna Farguson Didlake. 4076 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Abraham Farguson. 

Daughter of Robert James Didlake and Elizabeth Catherine Ware, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Ware and Nancy Farguson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Farguson and Nancy Smith, his wife. 

Abraham Farguson, in 1776, was a private under Capt. 
George Stubblefield, Col. Josiah Parker's Virginia regiment. 
He took part in the battles of Trenton, Germantown and 
Brandywine, and received a pension for his services. 

Miss Lucy Goodloe Shelby. 4°77 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gov. Isaac Shelby, Gen. Evan Shelby and 
Capt. Archibald Woods. 

Daughter of Edmund Pendleton Shelby and Susan Goodloe Hart, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hart Shelby and Mary Bullock, his wife; 
David P. Hart and Lucy Ann Goodloe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Shelby and Susannah Hart, his wife; 
William Goodloe and Susannah Woods, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Archibald Woods and Mourning Shelton, 
his wife; and of Evan Shelby. 

Isaac Shelby was in the command of his father, and until 1780 
had charge of the commissary department. He was one of the 
heroes at Cowpens, and with Col. John Sevier planned and 
won the pivotal battle of King's Mountain. 

Evan Shelby was an experienced soldier in the frontier wars ; 
in 1778 he led an expedition against the Chicamauga Indians, 
and was appointed brigadier general of militia, the first officer 
who attained that rank beyond the Alleghanies. 

Archibald Woods saw much active service and was present 
at the surrender of Cornwallis. He received a land grant from 
Virginia, which he located in Kentucky. 

Also Nos. 200, 1574, 2396. 



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Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Wheatley Weaver. 4078 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of John C. Weaver. 

Descendant of Dr. Valentine Peyton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lawson Wheatley and Mary Peyton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Valentine Peyton and Mary Butler Washing- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bailey Washington and Catherine Storke, his 
wife. 

Valentine Peyton, when a lad, went to sea as surgeon's mate, 
but returned home and served as surgeon during the war of 
the Revolution. 

Catherine Storke Washington was the mother of William 
Washington, the distinguished officer who was three times 
wounded and voted a medal by Congress for gallantry at Cow- 
pens, where he commanded the cavalry. 

Also No. 9. 

Mrs. J. Anna Stirling. 4079 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of William Ruffin Stirling. 

Descendant of Hon. Wilie Jones, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of J. Bowman Stirling and Penelope Jones Stewart, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James A. Stewart and Julianna Randolph, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Peter Randolph and Penelope Jones, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Wilie Jones and M Montfort, his wife. 

Wilie Jones represented Halifax in the Provincial Congress 
of 1776, and was president of the State Committee of Safety. 
In 1780 he succeeded his brother as a member of the Continen- 
tal Congress. His wife, by her zeal and devotion to the coun- 
try, gave tone to public sentiment. Many interesting anecdotes 
are told of her during the conflict, and a conversation with 
Col. Tarleton after that brilliant cavalry officer was wounded 
at Cowpens shows her witty as well as patriotic. 

Mrs. Mary Rose Taylor Crook. 4080 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of George W. Crook. 

Descendant of Joseph John Williams and of Judge Richard 
Henderson, of North Carolina. 



32 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Dr. Arthur Kennon Taylor and Sue Price Rose, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Vanna Taylor and Frances Henderson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Leonard Henderson and Frances Farra, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Henderson and Elizabeth Keeling, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Henderson and Sarah Williams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph John Williams and M 

White, his wife. 

Joseph John Williams was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress and in 1776 a member of the Council of Safety. 

Richard Henderson rendered civil service, and, with his 
grandfather, protected citizens from Tory outrages. 

Mrs. Ellen Preston Rhea Cary. 4081 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Hunsdon Cary, 

Descendant of Lieut. Matthew Rhea and of Maj. David 
Looney. 

Daughter of Matthew Rhea and Mary Looney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Rhea and Jeannette Preston, his wife; 
Abram Looney and Elizabeth Gammon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Looney and Mary McClellan, his wife. 

Matthew Rhea, in 1777, was regimental quartermaster, and 
in 1779 lieutenant in the Fifth Virginia Regiment, and served 
to the close of the war. For gallantry at Guilford Court 
House he received from Gen. Nathaniel Green a sword and on 
the blade was engraved "Victory or Death." This prized relic 
was captured from a descendant at the battle of Belmont, No- 
vember 7, 1861. 

David Looney, in 1779, was commissioned major of North 
Carolina troops, and was a member of the first convention that 
met to form the Constitution of Tennessee. 

Also Nos. 1786, 2393. 

Mrs. Louisa Smith Haynes. 4082 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of B. L. Haynes. 

Descendant of Alexander Craighead and of Alexander Craw- 
ford. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 33 



Daughter of Gen. Preston Smith and Mary Amanda Crawford, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Thomas Crawford and Jane Brown Porter, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Crawford and Elizabeth Craighead, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Craighead. 

Alexander Crawford was captured while serving under Gen. 
Sumter at Charleston. In 1781 he was enrolled under Gen. 
Nathaniel Greene. 

Alexander Craighead, the "father of the Mecklenburg Dec- 
laration," worked for the cause of liberty in Pennsylvania and 
Virginia, as well as in North Carolina. 

Also Nos. 1786, 2393, 3934. 

Mrs. Tilly Tunis Fleece. 4083 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of George B. Fleece. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Camp, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Nehemiah Camp Tunis and Mary Kerr, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nehemiah Tunis and Elizabeth Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Camp and Mary A. Croes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Camp and Sarah Sargant, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Camp and Elizabeth Camp, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Camp entered the army when over sixty years 
of age. The cannon "Old Nat," named for him, now at head- 
quarters, Morristown, was furnished by Washington for the 
protection of the town of Newark against the British. 

Mrs. Sophie Rutherford Harsh Edmonds. 4084 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Cyrus Walker Edmonds. 

Descendant of Gen. Griffith Rutherford, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Nathan Harsh and Mary Jane Rutherford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Griffith Rutherford and Elizabeth Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Griffith Rutherford and Mary Graham, his wife. 

Griffith Rutherford was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress, I775> and was there commissioned major of militia. In 
1776 as brigadier general he commanded a large force against 
the Cherokee Indians. He was wounded at Camden, captured 



34 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

and taken to St. Augustine, Fla., and when exchanged led an 
expedition to Wilmington, which was evacuated on his ap- 
proach. During the entire war, when not needed in the field, 
he represented Rowan county in the Senate. 
Also. No. 3048. 

Mrs. Jeannette Tillotson Acklen. 4085- 

Born in Kansas. 

Wife of Joseph Hayes Acklen. 

Descendant of Chancellor Robert R. Livingston and of Dr. 
Thomas Tillotson, of New York. 

Daughter of Richard Montgomery Tillotson and Mary Agnes Parke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John C. Tillotson and Maria Livingston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Tillotson and Margaret Livingston, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert R. Livingston and Mary Stevens, 
his wife. 

Robert R. Livingston was a delegate to the Continental 
Congress and one of the Committee of Five chosen to draft 
the Declaration of Independence, which he was prevented 
from signing, being obliged to attend a meeting of the As- 
sembly. He was Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 1781-83 
and the first Chancellor of New York. 

Thomas Tillotson entered the army as hospital physician and 
became surgeon general of the Northern Department. 

Mrs. Alice Cone Brush. 4086 

Born in Ohio. 

Widow of Edmund Brush. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Joseph Spencer, Seth Bailey and 
Joseph Cone. 

Daughter of Timothy Cone and Sarah Bailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Cone and Martha Spencer, his wife; Seth 
Bailey and Deborah Packard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Spencer and Martha Brainard, his wife. 

Joseph Spencer was colonel in the Lexington Alarm and 
commanded a brigade at the siege of Boston. He was pro- 
moted to the rank of major general August 9, 1776, and took 
part in the battles of Long Island, White Plains and the Rhode 



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Island Campaign; was in active service until 1778, when Con- 
gress accepted his resignation. 

Also Nos. 1287, 2310. 

Seth Bailey was a member of the Committee of Safety of 
Easton, and a private in Capt. Seth Pratt's company, Massa- 
chusetts militia, at the Tiverton Alarm. 

Joseph Cone, in 1775, was in Capt. R. J. Meig's company, 
Second Connecticut Regiment. He afterwards entered the 
navy and was lost during an engagement. 

Mrs. Kate Gordon Whelpley. ( ejg 4087 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Albert Walker Whelpley. 

Descendant of Surg. Gen. William Burnet, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William Resor and Mary Thew Burnet, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac G. Burnet and Keturah Gordon, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Burnet and Mary Camp, his wife. 
See No. 4025. 

Mrs. Agatha Eustice Bell Ely. 4088 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Seneca W. Ely. 

Descendant of Gen. John Eustice Blackwell. 

Daughter of Charles Bell and Agatha Conway Blackwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Eustice Blackwell, who, in 1776, 
was lieutenant in the Third Virginia Regiment. He was 
wounded at Brandywine and soon after promoted to the rank 
of captain ; taken prisoner at Charleston and when exchanged 
served to the close of the war. 

Miss Julia Resor Foster. 4089 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Surg. Gen. William Burnet. 
Daughter of Seth Cutter Foster and Julia Resor, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Resor and Mary Thew Burnet, his wife. 
See Nos. 4025, 4087. 

Mrs. Nellie Anderson Judkins. 4090 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Dr. William Judkins. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Richard Clough Anderson, of 
Virginia. 



36 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Roy Anderson and Ellen Griffin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Clough Anderson and Sarah Marshall, 
his wife. 

Richard Clough Anderson, captain of the Fifth Virginia, 
was wounded at Trenton, 1776; again wounded at the siege 
of Savannah, 1779; captured at Charleston and was on parole 
until retired in 1781, with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He 
was assigned to the staff of Lafayette, and was a member of 
the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 199. 

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Reynolds. 4091 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Roddie Reynolds, U. S. N. 
Descendant of Joseph Hunt, of Fayette county, Pa. 
Daughter of John M. Daugherty and Sarah Truax, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John M. Daugherty and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hunt and Elizabeth Hunt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hunt and Eliza Hunt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hunt and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 
Joseph Hunt, with his brother Glover, fought in the militia 
at the battles of Princeton and Brandywine. 

Mrs. Minnie Graves Brown 4092 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Seneca Buel Brown. 

Descendant of Elihu Pomeroy and of Corp. Stephen Barber, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Edgar Graves and Mary Ann Holland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ashley Holland and Penelope Graves, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Dwight Graves and Abigail Pomeroy, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Pomeroy and Lydia Barber, his wife. 

See No. 4006. 

Mrs. Julia Henderson Levering. 4093 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Mortimer Levering. 

Descendant of John Orr and of Nathaniel Richmond. 

Daughter of Albert Henderson and Lorana Patchin Richmond, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Henderson and Ann Jane Orr, his wife; 
John Lambert Richmond and Lorana Sprague Patchin, his wife. 



lineage; book. 37 



Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Orr and Rebeccah Jones, his wife; 
Nathaniel Richmond and Susannah Lambert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Orr and Jerusha Wimpsey, his wife. 

John Orr, in 1777, enlisted in Capt. James Emmett's com- 
pany, Third Regiment, North Carolina Line. 

Nathaniel Richmond was a private in the Second Massa- 
chusetts Regiment when the war closed. He received a 
"Badge of Merit," given by the Commander-in-Chief at New- 
burgh for four years' faithful service. 

Mrs. Ruth Anna Rankin Smith. • 4°94 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Benjamin Wilson Smith. 

Descendant of Rev. Blackleach Burritt, of New York. 

Daughter of Orville Rankin and Melissa Fairchild Gray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Gray and Ruth Cowgill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Gray and Martha Burritt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Blackleach Burritt and Martha 
Welles, his wife. 

Blackleach Burritt was a patriot preacher who took his mus- 
ket into the pulpit, for defense if necessary. He was captured 
at Old Greenwich, Conn., and for a long time confined in the 
notorious Sugar House; while ill and a prisoner he was nursed 
by the father of Washington Irving, and the quaint certificate 
he gave him for his protection when New York should be 
occupied by the British, testified that good Samaritan had 
contributed to the relief of many suffering prisoners. 

Miss Nellie Colfax Smith. 4°9S 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Rev. Blackleach Burritt and of Col. Benjamin 
Wilson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Benjamin Wilson Smith and Ruth Anna Rankin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Timothy Smith and Deborah Spencer Wil- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his 
wife. 

See No. 4094. 

Benjamin Wilson was captain of militia when the war com- 
menced, and throughout the contest was active in leading 
expeditions to avenge the outrages committed by the Indians. 



38 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Ada Whittredge Ellsworth Stuart. 4096 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Thomas Arthur Stuart. 

Descendant of Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth, of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of Henry William Ellsworth and Mary Elizabeth West, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Leavitt Ellsworth and Nancy Allen Good- 
rich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Ellsworth and Abigail Wolcott, hisVife. 

Oliver Ellsworth, at the outbreak, was chosen as a Whig 
to represent Windsor in the Assembly, and was one of the 
Committee of Four to manage the military finances of the 
colony. When a delegate to the Continental Congress in 
1778 he served on the Marine Committee, which acted as a 
Board of Admiralty. From 1780-84 he was a member of the 
Governor's Council. 

Also Nos. 946, 2256, 3290. 

Mrs. Ella Pratt Steele. 4097 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick Morgan Steele. 

Descendant of Thomas Roe and of Deacon David Bigelow, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Henry Harrison Pratt and Roxanna Roe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Roe and Electa Hill, his wife; Nathaniel 
Pratt and Mary Harrington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Roe and Mary Welles, his wife;. 
Joshua Harrington and Sarah Bigelow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon David Bigelow and Sarah Eaton, 
his wife. 

Thomas Roe was a soldier in the South Williamstown com- 
pany of volunteers that took part in the battle of Bennington. 

Deacon David Bigelow was a patriot who labored zealously 
for the cause at home, as he was unfit for military duty. 

Mrs. Eleanor Seymour Squire. 4098 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Andrew Squire. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Seymour, Lydia St. John 
Seymour and Col. Rufus Herrick, of New York. 



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39 



Daughter of Belden Seymour and Eleanor Ingraham Herrick, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Harry Belden Seymour and Mary Lazell Ward, his 
wife; Stephen Nelson Herrick and Mary Ann Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Herrick and Nancy Piatt, his wife; Bel- 
den Seymour and Abigail Beers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Seymour and Lydia St. John, his 
wife; Rufus Herrick and Lydia Leonard, his wife. 

William Seymour, in 1775, was lieutenant in the Fifth Con- 
necticut Regiment and served in the New York Campaign. 
He had command of the guard over Burgoyne, and the family 
still possess saddle and pistols presented by the captured 
general in recognition of courteous treatment. 

Lydia St. John Seymour was active in nursing the sick and 
wounded and her family and house were protected officially 
by both armies encamped in the vicinity. 

Rufus Herrick, in 1775, was a member from Dutchess 
county to the Provincial Congress, and captain in the Fourth 
Regiment. He served later as lieutenant colonel of militia. 

Mrs. Fannie Thurber Smith. 4099 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Marvin E. Smith. 

Descendant of Enoch Haskin and of Enoch Haskin, Jr. 

Daughter of Charles Enoch Thurber and Cathran Barton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Abner Thurber and Betsy Haskin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Haskin, Jr., and Lydia Ackley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Haskin and Mary Williams, his 
wife. 

Enoch Haskin was an "emergency man" during the war. 

Enoch Haskin, Jr., was in the transportation service. He 
was wounded while on duty with the militia, and received 
a pension until his death. 

Also Nos. 2465, 3439. 

Mrs. Harriet Leeson Rice. 4100 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Fletcher C. Rice. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Henry Knox and of Col. Samuel 
Thatcher, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Nyrum Leeson and Lucy A. Thatcher, his wife. 



40 DAUGHTERS OE THE; AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Ebenezer Thatcher and Lucy Flucker Knox, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Knox and Lucy Flucker, his wife; 
Samuel Thatcher and Mary Thatcher, his wife. 

Henry Knox was a volunteer at Bunker Hill and promoted 
to the rank of colonel of artillery, Continental Army, in 1775. 
He was chief of artillery in 1776 and major general at the 
close of the war. His great service in the beginning was 
securing ordnance from Ticonderoga and other points to 
make the bombardment of Boston possible. His career was 
one of steady advance to the end of the contest. He was 
secretary general of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Samuel Thatcher was captain in Col. Gardner's regiment 
at Lexington and Concord, where he was wounded. 

Miss Sarah Elizabeth Hurlbut. 4101 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. David Judson, of Woodbury, Conn. 

Daughter of Horace Hurlbut and Elizabeth Judson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Judson and Elizabeth Davies, his wife. 

David Judson was lieutenant in the Eighth Regiment, Con- 
necticut Line, in 1778; brigade quartermaster in 1778-81, and 
served to the close of the war. He was a member of the 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Alice Haven ReQua. 4102 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles Howard ReQua. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Nathan Miller and of Capt. Charles 
Wheaton, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Hon. Luther Haven and Annie Elizabeth Wheaton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. John Robert Wheaton and Rebecca Maxwell 
Eddy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Wheaton and Abigail Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Miller and Rebecca Barton, his 
wife. 

Nathan Miller was brigadier general of militia in Sullivan's 
expedition to drive the British from Newport. As a member 



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of the Board of War for Bristol county he was active in pro- 
moting the exchange of prisoners. 

Charles Wheaton, in 1776, served in the artillery. 

Also Nos. 911, 2133, 3844. 

Mrs. Harriet Louise Burchard. 4103 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Mortimer Nelson Burchard. 

Descendant of Joseph Wright and of James Lamb, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander F. W. Webb and Chloe Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Wright and Sally Lamb Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Wright and Martha Eveleth, his wife; 
and of James Lamb. 

Joseph Wright was a minute man from Hubbardston and 
a delegate to a convention "called to consider grievances and 
the means of redress." 

James Lamb was a soldier during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Sheldon Ogden. 4104 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Mahlon Dickerson Ogden. 

Descendant of Sergt. Job Sheldon, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William Billings Sheldon and Ann Bonested, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Job Sheldon and Joanna Crawford Trippe, his 
wife. 

Job Sheldon enlisted under Col. Greene and served in the 
same regiment to the close of the war, when he received two 
badges of honor. He took part in the defense of Forts Mer- 
cer and Mifflin, the battle of Monmouth and the siege of York. 
He was sergeant of the guard at the execution of Andre. 

Also No. 3789. 

Mrs. Carrie Woodruff Ball. 4105- 

Born in New York. 
Wife of George C. Ball. 

Descendant of Deacon Samuel Fellows, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jackson Frederick Woodruff and Caroline E. Baker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Baker and Dorcas Fellows, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Willis Fellows and Sarah Hart, his wife. 



4 2 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Fellows and Eunice Fellows, his 
wife. 

Samuel Fellows was a delegate from Sherburne to the 
Provincial Congress at Watertown, 1775. 

Eunice Fellows was the mother of John Fellows, who com- 
manded a company at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Lillian E. Pratt Smith. 4106 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Edwin Kuhl Smith. 

Descendant of Benjamin Franklin Gallup, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Pratt and Emily Hewitt Gallup, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Franklin Gallup and Lois Freeman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Gallup and Abiah Law- 
rence, his wife. 

Benjamin Franklin Gallup was a soldier in the Berkshire 
county militia. He invented a plow and at the age of one 
hundred plowed a neat furrow. 

Mrs. Leta Ramsdell Lasher. 4107 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Sanford Lasher. 

Descendant of Moses Ramsdell, of New York. 

Daughter of George Washington Ramsdell and Celestia Lowe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Ramsdell and Lorena Sweet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Ramsdell and Nancy Lapham, his wife. 

Moses Ramsdell, at the age of sixteen, was a drummer in 
Capt. Daniel's company, and in 1778 served under Capt. Crog- 
gin, Massachusetts regiment. After being wounded in battle, 
he was detailed for hospital duty. 

Mrs. Catherine Worthingham Williams. 4108 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of S. W. Williams. 

Descendant of Zenas Barker, of New York. 

Daughter of Morrison Worthingham and Sarah Angeline Barker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Barker and Catherine Good- 
rich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zenas Barker and Rhoda Andrews, his wife. 



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Zenas Barker, in 1781, when a lad, enlisted in Capt. James 
Cannon's company, Col. Marinus Willett's regiment. He 
drew a pension for his three years' service. 

Mrs. Mary Keyes Hillhouse. 4109 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of William H. Hillhouse. 
Descendant of Capt. William Keyes and of Ephraim Keyes, 

of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Stephen Pain Keyes and Amelia Bassett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederic Keyes and Rachel Jacobs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Keyes and Hannah Scarborough, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Keyes and Sarah Wadkins, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Keyes, in 1780, was a soldier in Capt. Isaac Fry's 
company, and held various civil offices of trust. 

William Keyes was in Col. Bellow's regiment, that rein- 
forced the army at Ticonderoga, and in 1777 captain in the 
Sixteenth Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Stella A. Davidson Ainsworth. 41 10 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Harry Ainsworth. 

Descendant of John Grey and of Newcomb Raymond, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Orlando Davidson and Carolyn A. Gifford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James T. Gifford and Laura Raymond, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Newcomb Raymond and Mabel Grey, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Grey, who was a mem- 
ber of the Committee of Safety and took part in the battles 
of Stillwater and Saratoga. 

Newcomb Raymond fought in Col. Enos' militia regiment 
at Brandywine; in 1780 enlisted for three years in Col. Heman 
Swift's regiment, stationed in the Highlands, which was or- 
dered to Yorktown and participated in the siege. 

Mrs. Mary Stephens Huntoon. 41 n 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of George H. Huntoon. 
Descendant of Capt. Alexander Stephens, of Pennsylvania. 



44 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of George Stephens and Mary A. Wilkinson Gardner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Randall Stephens and Martha Boggs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaugh^er of Amos Stephens and Rosanna Bickett, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Alexander Stephens, who 
served as captain during the Revolution. The land granted 
his descendants is still in the family. 

Mrs. Minnie Stephens Allen. 41 12 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Frank Gates Allen. 
Descendant of Capt. Alexander Stephens. 

Daughter of George Stephens and Mary A. Wilkinson Gardner, his 
wife. 
See No. 4111. 

Mrs. Abbie A. Cadle Mahin, 41 13 

Born in Iowa. 

Wife of Col. Frank W. Mahin. 

Descendant of Ezra Johnson and of Daniel Lamprey, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Cornelius Cadle and Ruth Lamprey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lamprey and Anna Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Johnson and Ruth Marston, his wife; 
Daniel Lamprey and Sarah Lane, his wife. 

Ezra Johnson was a soldier in Capt. Philip Putnam's com- 
pany, Col. Nahum Baldwin's regiment, that reinforced the 
army in New York and fought at White Plains. 

Daniel Lamprey was in Capt. Henry Elkin's company, Sec- 
ond Regiment of Foot, at the siege of Boston, and in 1776 
served in the Northern Department. 

Mrs. Isabel Mellen Parker. 41 14 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Willard F. Parker. 

Descendant of William Mellen and of Roland Sears, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. W. R. G. Mellen and Diana P. Nelson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Mellen and Mary Sears, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Mellen; and of Roland Sears and 
Mary Fletcher, his wife. 



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William Mellen served in the militia at the battle of Saratoga 
and received a pension. 

Roland Sears enlisted in the army when fifteen, and served 
in the Rhode Island and Jersey Campaigns. 

Mrs. Annie Barclay Pratt. 411$ 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Julius Howard Pratt, Jr. 

Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Dalrymple, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Robert Barclay and Mary Melinda Shepard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elihu Hotchkiss Shepard and Mary Thomas, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Shepard and Sarah Dalrymple, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Dalrymple and Annie Winslow, his 
wife. 

Andrew Dalrymple was an officer of the militia that fought 
with conspicuous bravery at Bennington. His son David, 
when a lad, entered the service. 

Also Nos. 2354, 3598. 

Mrs. Martha McDowell Matthews. 41 16 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Levering Matthews. 

Descendant of Dr. John McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. John McDowell and Catharine Warfield Wells, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John McDowell and Martha Johnston, his wife. 

John McDowell, in 1776, was lieutenant and surgeon's mate 
in the Sixth Pennsylvania Battalion, and in 1778 had risen 
to the rank of surgeon. He was an original member of the 
Society of the Cincinnati, and for distinguished service Con- 
gress presented him with a sword. 

Miss Julia McAlmont Warner. 41 17 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. John McCalmont, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Truman Warner and Myra Cordelia McAlmont, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel McAlmont* and Semantha Dunham, his 
wife. 



46 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John McCalmont and Jane Jamison, his wife. 

John McCalmont, in 1777, was lieutenant in the Third Bat- 
talion, Bucks County Associators. For his services he ob- 
tained a grant of land located in Steuben county, N. Y. 

*This family has changed the spelling of their name. 

Mrs. Margaret M. Hanger Ratcliffe. 41 18 

Born in Arkansas. 

Wife of William Cummins Ratcliffe. 

Descendant of William Mathews, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Peter Hanger and Matilda Johnson Cunningham, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Hanger and Margaret Mathews, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Mathews and Mary Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Mathews and Ann Archer, his wife. 

William Mathews was a recognized patriot, although too old 
for active service. 

Ann Archer Mathews was the mother of George and Samp- 
son Mathews. George was colonel of a Virginia regiment at 
Germantown, where he was taken prisoner and not exchanged 
for four years. Sampson, in 1776, aided in providing sail duck 
for the navy, and later was in the militia service. 

Mrs. Martha Riley Pratt. 41 19 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles A. Pratt. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Woodbury, of Sutton, Mass. 

Daughter of Philip H. Riley and Marietta Woodbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Woodbury and Brooksey Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Woodbury and Mary Chase, his wife. 

John Woodbury was lieutenant in Col. Ebenezer Larned's 
company at the Lexington Alarm, and in the Burgoyne Cam- 
paign carried supplies to the army. He had two brothers, Jon- 
athan and Peter, officers in the militia. 

Mrs. Harriet Benton Caldwell. 4120 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Judge Henry C. Caldwell. 
Descendant of David Benton. 
Daughter of Norman Benton and Hannah Wright, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of David Benton and Sarah Bingham, his wife. 

David Benton, in 1780, volunteered in a Massachusetts regi- 
ment, commanded by Col. John Brown, and fought at the 
battle of Stone Arabia, where the colonel was killed. In 1781 
he served on the brig "Favorite," which was captured; he was 
carried to New York and confined on the "Jersey." He re- 
ceived a pension for his service as soldier and sailor. 

Mrs. Margaret Ellicott Woodhull. 412 i 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Dr. Alfred A. Woodhull, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Elizabeth Brown Ellicott, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Elias Ellicott and Sarah Eliza Poor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Ellicott and Mary Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Ellicott and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 

Elizabeth Brown Ellicott was the mother of Jonathan Elli- 
cott, who, in 1777, was captain of a militia company in Balti- 
more. He established a foundry, where two thousand sabres 
were made and issued to the American troopers. 

Miss Catherine Beattie. 4122 

Born in Louisiana. 

Descendant of Col. William Beatty and John Greer, of Mary- 
land, and John Reid, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Taylor Beattie and Fannie Estelle Pugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Charlton Beatty and Charlotte Reid, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Walker Reid and Anne Tibbs, his wife; 
Adam Beatty and Sarah Greer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Beatty and Mary Dorothea Grosh, 
his wife; John Reid and Nancy Botts, his wife; and of John Greer. 

William Beatty, in 1776, was colonel in the Flying Camp and 
had with him two sons, Henry and William; the latter was 
killed leading a battalion at the battle of Hobkirk's Hill. 

John Greer and John Reid served in the militia. 

Mrs. Maria Loraine Peck Maddux. 4123 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James H. Maddux. 

Descendant of Capt. Lewis Peck and of Sergt. James 
Rounds, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Nathan Rounds Peck and Mary Rounds, his wife. 



48 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Peck and Sabra Rounds, his wife; Joseph 
Rounds and Phoebe Millington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Rounds and Barbara Cole, his wife; 
Lewis Peck and Betty Read, his wife. 

James Rounds was a private in the militia and turned out 
whenever called from 1777-81; he became sergeant in Capt. 
Ichabod Robinson's company. 

Lewis Peck was a captain of militia from 1778-80. Rhode 
Island owes much of its prosperity to his constructing there 
the first Spinning Jenney in this country. 

Also No. 1824. 

Mrs. Charlotte Annie Moore. 4124 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Arthur W. Moore. 

Descendant of Daniel Tilton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Alexander Magee and Charlotte Simpson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Simpson and Mary Lowd Tilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Tilton and Mary Lowd, his wife. 

Daniel Tilton was a Selectman of Exeter and a soldier in 
Capt. William Harper's company, sent to reinforce the army 
in Canada. He served in 1778 in Col. Peabody's regiment, 
raised for the defense of Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Anne Linington Dickins Crump. 412^ 

Born in Mississippi. 
Widow of William Crump. 

Descendant of Col. Robert Dickins, of North Carolina. 
Daughter of Samuel Brown Dickins and Mary Paine Davis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Brown Dickins and Jane Vaughn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Dickins and Mary Brown, his wife. 
Robert Dickins served with the cavalry, and in 1782 was a 
member of the General Assembly from Caswell county. 

Mrs. Hester Elliott Weston. 4126 

Born in South Carolina. 

Widow of George Blyth Weston. 

Descendant of Dr. James Edwards Burr Finley. 

Daughter of William Peronneau Finley, LL. D., and Clelia Light- 
wood Peronneau, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Edwards Burr Finley, M. D., and Mary 
Peronneau, his wife. 



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James Edwards Burr Finley, in 1778, was surgeon in the 
Fifteenth Regiment and served in the Massachusetts Line until 
peace was declared. He was an original member of the Society 
of the Cincinnati. 



Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Arnold Augur. 4127 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gen. Christopher Colon Augur. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Spencer, Col. Jacob Ford, Jr., 
Maj. Mahlon Ford and Robert Ogden, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Gen. Jacob Arnold, Jr., and Anna Maria Spencer Ford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mahlon Ford and Sophia B. Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Spencer and Anna Ogden, his wife; 
Jacob Ford, Jr., and Martha Raynor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Ogden and Phoebe Hatfield, his 
wife. 

Oliver Spencer, in 1776, was major of Essex county militia, 
and in 1777 was commissioned colonel, Continental Army. He 
fought at Springfield, Brandywine, Germantown and Mon- 
mouth, and was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 304, 1493, 2800. 

Robert Ogden was chairman of the Committee of Vigilance 
of Elizabethtown and served as commissary during the war. 
His sons, Gen. Mathias and Capt. Aaron Ogden, won dis- 
tinction by their bravery. 

Also Nos. 2283, 3289. 

Mahlon Ford entered the service as ensign in 1777 and held 
the rank of captain when the war closed. 

Jacob Ford, Jr., in 1776, was colonel of the Morris county 
militia at Chatham and Springfield. He died during the win- 
ter campaign and was buried with military honors, Washington 
and his general officers being among the mourners. 

Also No. 2038. 

Miss Eliza Ford Wheaton. 4128 

Born in Missouri. 
Descendant of Col. Jacob Ford, Jr., Maj. Mahlon Ford, Col. 
Oliver Spencer and Robert Ogden. 
Daughter of Edward Seth Wheaton and Jane Ann Finney, his wife. 



50 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Walter \«. Wheaton, U. S. A., and Eliza Ray- 
nor Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mahlon Ford and Sophia B. Spencer, his wife. 
See No. 4127. 

Mrs. Marian Chadwick Hotchkiss. 4129 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Prof. John Burton Hotchkiss. 

Descendant of Benjamin Henderson, of Salem, Mass. 

Daughter of John Clark Chadwick and Mary Tillinghast Snell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Nathan Tillinghast Snell and Mary Hender- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Henderson and Mary Bray, his wife. 

Benjamin Henderson entered the army as a private in 1775, 
and fought at Harlem Heights, White Plains, Trenton and 
Princeton. When discharged in 1777 he enlisted in the priva- 
teer service. 

Mrs. Susan Elizabeth Bigelow Hall. 4130 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Joshua G. Hall. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah, Bigelow, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Bigelow and Harriet Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Bigelow and Miriam Hager, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Bigelow and Mary Harrington, his 
wife. 

Josiah Bigelow was lieutenant of artillery from Weston at 
the Lexington Alarm, and his eldest son was in his company. 

Also No. 2739. 

Mrs. Hannah Webster Smith. * 41 31 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Jeremiah Smith. 

Descendant of Ephraim Ham and of Ephraim Ham, Jr., of 
Dover, N. H. 

Daughter of Daniel Kimball Webster and Hannah Ham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Ham, Jr., and Hannah Kelley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Ham and Lydia Ham, his wife. 

Ephraim Ham enlisted in 1778, and his son Ephraim was also 
a soldier in the Revolution. 



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Mrs. Abbie McDuffee Chase. 4132 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles Kittridge Chase. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel McDuffee, of Rochester, N. H. 

Daughter of John McDufTee and Joanna Hanson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. John McDuffee and Abigail Torr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel McDuffee and Abigail Young, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John McDuffee and Martha McDuffee, his 
wife. 

Daniel McDuffee raised a company and joined the Northern 
Army in time to take part in the battle of Saratoga. 

Martha McDuffee was the mother of John McDuffee, a dele- 
gate in 1775 to the first Provincial Congress at Exeter. 

Mrs. Arahanna Richardson Wells. 4133 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Gen. William Wells. 

Descendant of Silas Richardson and Jonas Wheeler, of New 
Hampshire, and Benjamin Wild, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin Richardson and Sarah Boynton Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Orlo Richardson and Nancy Wild, his wife; and 
of Jonas Wheeler. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Richardson and Silence Daniels, his 
wife; and of Benjamin Wild. 

Silas Richardson, in 1777, was a private in Col. Ashley's 

regiment of militia that marched to the relief of Ticonderoga. 

Jonas Wheeler turned out at the Lexington Alarm ; in 1777 

served under Col. Daniel Moore, and in 1778, in Capt. Robert 

Fletcher's company, joined the army in Rhode Island. 

Benjamin Wild, in 1776, was a private in Capt. Amasa 
Soper's company, Col. Marshall's regiment. 

Miss Bertha Richardson Wells. 4134 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Adj. Daniel White, Simeon Carpenter, Ens. 
Elisha Partridge, Joseph Wells, Silas Richardson, Jonas 
Wheeler and Benjamin Wild. 

Daughter of Gen. William Wells and Arahanna Richardson, his wife. 



52 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Richardson and Sarah Boynton Wheeler, 
his wife; William W. Wells and Eliza Carpenter, his wife. 

See No. 4133. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dan Carpenter and Betsey Partridge, his wife; 
M. Wells and Pamelia White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel White, Simeon Carpenter and 
EHsha Partridge. 

Daniel White was second lieutenant and adjutant on Gen. 
Porter's staff at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Simeon Carpenter, in 1778-80, served in Capt. Timothy- 
Bush's company, Vermont troops. 

Elisha Partridge, in 1780, served under Capt. Timothy Bush 
at Royalton; was ensign under the command of Lieut. James 
Smalley at the Newbury Alarm. 

Joseph Wells, in 1780, was in Capt. Isaac Newton's company 
from Berkshire, Mass., raised to reinforce the army. 

Mrs. Alice Graves Weeks. 41 35* 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Frank W. Weeks. 

Descendant of Capt. Perez Graves. 

Daughter of Edward A. Graves and Julia Franklin Butterfield, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Perez Graves and Sally Coffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Perez Graves and Eunice Bryant, his wife. 

Perez Graves was a delegate in 1775 from Hatfield to the 
Provincial Congress at Concord and captain of Massachusetts 
troops during the war. 

Mrs. Harriet Wales Holden. 4136 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Fred H. Holden. 

Descendant of William King. 

Daughter of Elijah Wales and Sophia Bardwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Bardwell and Lucinda King, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William King, who was a soldier in 
Capt. William Ellis' company, New Hampshire regiment, at 
the battle of Stillwater, and in 1779 served with the Massa- 
chusetts troops under Capt. Josiah Smith. In 1781 he en- 
listed for three years under Col. Michael Jackson. 



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Mrs. Anna James Smith. 4137 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edward Curtis Smith. 

Descendant of Roswell Caulkins, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry Ripley James and Harriet J. Fairchild, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amaziah B. James and Lucia W. Ripley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Ripley and Julia Caulkins, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roswell Caulkins and Eunice Hine, his 
wife. 
Roswell Caulkins, when sixteen, joined the army at Valley 

Forge and fought at Monmouth. 

Mrs. Abbey J. Whittemore Barnum. 4^ 8 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Ell Barnum. 

Descendant of Abraham Lawrence, of Morristown, N. J. 

Daughter of Albert Gallatin Whittemore and Abbey Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Lois Lawrence, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Lawrence and Eunice Miner, his 
wife. 

Abraham Lawrence, in 1776, enlisted in Capt. Swan's com- 
pany, New Jersey Line, and served as quartermaster's ser- 
geant. In 1777 he was assistant deputy commissary of issues. 

Also No. 236. 

Mrs. Abbey Clark Whittemore. 4*39 

Born in 'New York. 
Widow of Albert Gallatin Whittemore. 
Descendant of Abraham Lawrence. 
Daughter of Samuel Clark and Lois Lawrence, his wife. 
See No. 4138. 

Miss Eliza Munroe. 4140 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Jedediah Munroe and of Daniel Munroe, of 
Lexington, Mass. 

Daughter of William Munroe and Patty Stone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Munroe and Abigail Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Munroe and Abigail Loring, his wife. 

Jedediah Munroe was in Capt. John Parker's company of 
minute men and wounded on the field of battle. In the after- 



54 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

noon while marching to meet the British on their retreat he 
was killed, and his name is enrolled on a tablet in the Memorial 
Hall at Lexington. 

Daniel Munroe served as a minute man at Lexington and 
aided in the building of the Dorchester Heights fortifications. 

Miss Mary Munroe. 4141 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Jedediah Munroe and of Daniel Munroe. 
Daughter of William Munroe and Patty Stone, his wife. 
See No. 4140. 

Mrs. Rowena Hildreth Read. 4142 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Henry Read. 

Descendant of Elijah Hildreth and of Lieut. Israel Hildreth,. 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Israel Hildreth and Dolly Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Hildreth and Susanna Hale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Hildreth and Susanna Barker, his wife. 

Elijah Hildreth was in Capt. Jonathan Minot's company at 
the Lexington Alarm, and in 1776 served as a drummer. In 
1778 he was under Capt. Simon Hunt. 

Israel Hildreth was in Capt. John Porter's company, and 
from 1775-79 was on a privateer under Capt. Newman. He 
loaned the town of Dracut money to equip a company, in 
which he enlisted as a private, but was elected lieutenant. 

Mrs. Dolly Maria Hildreth Parker. 414^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of John Milton Grosvenor Parker. 

Descendant of Elijah Hildreth and of Lieut Israel Hildreth. 
Daughter of Dr. Israel Hildreth and Dolly Jones, his wife. 
See No. 4142. 

Miss Seraph Frissell, M. D. 4144 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Frissell. 

Daughter of Augustus Caesar Frissell and Laura Mack Emmons, his 
wife. 



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55 



Granddaughter of Thomas Frissell and Hannah Phillips, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Frissell and Judith Mason, his wife. 

William Frissell was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and 
ensign of the Third Connecticut Regiment, December, 1775. 
He rose to the rank of lieutenant in Col. Mott's battalion, 
which reinforced the army at Ticonderoga. 

Miss Alice Amelia Morris. 4145- 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Edward Morris, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward F. Morris and Louise J. Morris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George F. Morris and Sarah A. Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Morris and Mercy Flynt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Morris and Lucy Bliss, his wife. 

Edward Morris was in the Canadian Campaign under Gen. 
John Thomas, who took command of the army after the fall 
of Montgomery, December 31, 1775. 

Also No. 2577. 

Miss Louise Morris. 4146 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Edward Morris. 

Daughter of Edward F. Morris and Louise J. Morris, his wife. 
See No. 4145. 

Mrs. Marie Tuttle Taylor. 4147 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Otis Sprague Taylor. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Frissell. 
Daughter of John Milton Tuttle and Sarah Frissell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lemuel Frissell and Charlotte Foote, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Frissell and Judith Mason, his wife. 
See No. 4144. 

Mrs. Mary Dorcas Chapin Chapman. 4148 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Thomas Luce Chapman, M. D. 

Descendant of Stephen Stow and of John Stow, of Milford, 
Conn. 

Daughter of Marvin Chapin and Rebecca Stow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Henry Stow and Dorcas Thomas Warland, 
his wife. 



56 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Stow and Sarah B. Gillette, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Stow and Freelove Baldwin, his 
wife. 

John Stow, in 1778, when sixteen, enlisted in Capt. Mix's 
company, Col. Moseley's regiment, stationed on the Hudson 
to check the advance of the British. In 1781 he served under 
Capt. Nathaniel Edwards for coast defense. 

Stephen Stow nursed the sick and dying soldiers discharged 
from British custody and landed in Milford. After eleven days 
he died from a disease contracted in this heroic service. 

Also. No. 1552. 

Mrs. Harriet Stow Chapin Birnie. 4149 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of William Birnie. 

Descendant of Stephen Stow and of John Stow. 
Daughter of Marvin Chapin and Rebecca Stow, his wife. 
See No. 4148. 

Mrs. Isabel Stowe Young. 41^0 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank Ripley Young. 
Descendant of Stephen Stow and of John Stow. 
Daughter of William Stowe and Hannah Eddy Miller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Henry Stowe and Dorcas Thomas Warland, 
his wife. 

See No. 4148. 

Miss Isabel Young. 41^1 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Stephen Stow and of John Stow. 
Daughter of Frank Ripley Young and Isabel Stowe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Stowe and Hannah Eddy Miller, his wife. 
Also Nos. 4148, 4150. 

Mrs. Mary Hall Rayner. 41^2 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of James E. Rayner. 
Descendant of Henry Davis. 

Daughter of Charles Hall and Mina Butterfield, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hiland Hall and Dolly Tuttle Davis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Davis and Mary Tuttle, his wife. 



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Henry Davis fought in Col. Reed's New Hampshire regi- 
ment at the battle of Bunker Hill, and in 1780 was with the 
troops on the Hudson. 

Also No. 3834. 

Mrs. Ida Louise Day. 415-3 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Robert W. Day. 

Descendant of Seth Hooker, of Northampton, Mass. 

Daughter of Dr. Frederick Boyden and Delia H. Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Taylor and Delia Hooker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Hooker and Abigail Gay, his wife. 

Seth Hooker, in 1777, was a soldier under Capt. Simeon 
Clap, Col. David Wells' company. He responded to the 
"Alarm of August 17," in Capt. Oliver Lyman's company. 

Also No. 3820. 

Mrs. Maria Baldwin Taylor. 41^4 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of J. R. Taylor, Jr. 

Descendant of Dr. Cornelius Baldwin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. John Baldwin and Martha Walker Barton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Archibald Stuart Baldwin and M. Mackey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Cornelius Baldwin and Mary Briscoe, his 
wife. 

Cornelius Baldwin, surgeon of the Eighth Virginia Regi- 
ment, was captured at Charleston, May 12, 1780, and ex- 
changed in November. He received a land grant in Vir- 
ginia, and was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 6, 3745. 

Mrs. Mary Caroline Robbins. 41^ 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Dr. James Henry Robbins. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. 

Daughter of James Shepherd Pike and Charlotte Otis Grosvenor, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Putnam Grosvenor and Clarissa Downes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Grosvenor and Eunice Putnam, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Putnam and Hannah Pope, his wife. 



58 DAUGHTERS 0E THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Israel Putnam was lieutenant colonel at the Lexington Alarm 
and one of the four major generals first appointed by Congress. 
He was given command of all the fortifications west of Boston 
and the gallant service he rendered the country until retired 
in 1783, is familiar to every student of history. 

Also Nos. 118, 1205, 2091, 3285. 

Mrs. Rosalie Decatur Lanman Richards. 41^6 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Charles C. Richards. 

Descendant of Hon. Jonathan Trumbull, of Lebanon, Conn. 

Daughter of Admiral Joseph Lanman, U. S. N., and Ann Cornelia 
Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Lanman and Abigail Trumbull, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Trumbull and Sarah Backus, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Trumbull and Faith Robinson, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Trumbull, Governor of Connecticut during the 
entire war, was considered the leader of the Whigs in the New 
England States. His correspondence with Washington shows 
the high esteem in which he was held by the Commander-in- 
Chief. He gave liberally of his fortune to the cause and retired 
after having held public office for fifty-one years. 

Also Nos. 289, 1429, 2736. 

Miss Maria P. Gilman. 41^7 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ephraim Bill. 

Daughter of William C. Gilman and Eliza Coit, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Lathrop Coit and Elizabeth Bill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Bill and Lydia Huntington, his wife. 

Ephraim Bill was appointed by the Governor and Council 
of Connecticut overseer of the building of entrenchments at 
Waterman's Point, New London River, and superintendent 
of the building of the ship "Defense" at Saybrook. 

Mrs. Margaretta Lawrence Johnson. 41^8 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Edwin Comstock Johnson. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jonas Addoms. 



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Daughter of Lewis Sloat Paddock, M. D., and Mary Elizabeth Ad- 
doms, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Addoms and Margaretta Lawrence, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Addoms and Phebe Rose, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Addoms and Elizabeth Sexton, his 
wife. 

Jonas Addoms was an Associator and belonged to the corps 

of "Five Months Men." He was quartermaster of a New 

Jersey militia company, which took part in the battles of Ger- 

mantown and White Plains. In 1781 he served in the "New 

Levies," and in 1782 was lieutenant of the Second Regiment, 

Continental Army. He was a member of the original Society 

of the Cincinnati. 

Miss Mary Huntington Paddock. 415-9 

Born in Connecticut. 
> Descendant of Lieut. Jonas Addoms. 

Daughter of Lewis Sloat Paddock, M. D., and Mary Elizabeth Ad- 
doms, his wife. 
See No. 4158. 

Miss Juliet Warner Robinson. 4160 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Zabdiel Rogers, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Augustus Robinson and Frances Lester War- 
ner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Robinson and Harriet Maria Tyler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Samuel Tyler and Emma Rogers, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zabdiel Rogers and Elizabeth Snow, his 
wife. 

Zabdiel Rogers, in 1775, was appointed major of the Twen- 
tieth Regiment of infantry; in 1776 was major under Gen. Sal- 
tonstall in the New York Campaign, and in 1780 had risen to 
the rank of colonel. 

Also No. 2481. 

Mrs. Sarah Anne Huntington. 4161 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Boylston Huntington. 

Descendant of Gen. Jabez Huntington and of Gen. Jedediah 
Huntington, of Norwich, Conn. 



60 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Joshua Huntington and Susan Mansfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jedediah Huntington and Anne Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington. 

See No. 4035. 

Jedediah Huntington was colonel in the Lexington Alarm, 
and in 1777 had attained the rank of brigadier general, Con- 
tinental Army. He served to the close of the war. 

Miss^Mary Lanman Huntington. 4162 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gen. Jabez Huntington, Gen. Jedediah Hunt- 
ington and Gov. Jonathan Trumbull. 

Daughter of Edward Boylston Huntington and Sarah Anne Hunt- 
ington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Mary Lanman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Huntington and Faith Trumbull, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Trumbull and Faith Robinson, 
his wife; and of Jabez Huntington. 

See Nos. 4035, 4156, 4161. 

Mrs. Celeste Kenyon Beckwith. 4163 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Ansel Arthur Beckwith. 

Descendant of Zebidee Young, of Smithfield, R. I. 

Daughter of Stutley Westcott Kenyon and Lydia Wright Hawkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Hawkins and Mary Young, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zebidee Young and Jemima Whipple, his wife. 

Zebidee Young, in 1776, was a soldier in Col. John Tapham's 
regiment and served in the militia during the war. 

Miss Adelaide Lewis Butts. 4164 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Capt. Sherebiah Butt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Lathrop Butts and Sarah Ann Richards, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Frost Butts and Sarah Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Butts and Lucretia Frost, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sherebiah Butt and Deborah Knight, his 
wife. 

Sherebiah Butt was captain of a company from Canter- 
bury that marched to the relief of Boston at the Lexington 



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Alarm and commanded a company in the Twenty-fifth Regi- 
ment of militia. He had five brothers in the war. 

Miss Elizabeth Barstow Huntington. 4165- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Gen. Jabez Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Monroe Huntington and Elizabeth Rogers Bar- 
stow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Phelps Huntington and Maria Perit, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Huntington and Hannah Phelps, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Elizabeth Tracy- 
Backus, his wife. 

See No. 4035. 

Mrs. Harriet Schuyler Nelson. 4166 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Richard Henry Nelson. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Hornblower, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Smith W. Anderson and Kate Kneeland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Smith W. Anderson and Harriet Ann Schuyler, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John A. Schuyler and Eliza Kip, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Henry Kip and Margaretta Horn- 
blower, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Elizabeth 
Kingsland, his wife. 

Josiah Hornblower, who was captain in the Indian wars, took 
a prominent part in the formation of the State Government, 
and in 1779 was a member of the legislature and elected 
speaker. An unsuccessful attempt was made to abduct him 
by the British troops and in 1781 he was State Senator, con- 
tinuing a member of this body until elected to the Continental 
Congress. 

Miss Emily S. Gilman. 4167 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Ephraim Bill and of Samuel Gilman. 
Daughter of William C. Gilman and Eliza Coit, his wife. 
See No. 4157. 



62 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Clark Gilman and Mary Gilman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Gilman and Sarah A. Gilman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gilman and Tabitha Gilman, his 
wife. 

Samuel Gilman was a volunteer at Saratoga and in Sullivan's 
campaign in Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Martha Caroline Freeman Pierce. 4168 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Bentley Pierce. 

Descendant of Frederick Freeman, Edmund Freeman, Sergt. 
Eliphalet Dimock and Maj. Joseph Storrs, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Otis Freeman and Caroline Storrs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Freeman and Esther Dimock, hrs wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Dimock and Anna Freeman, his wife; 
Frederick Freeman and Abigail Thompson, his wife; Joseph Storrs 
and Experience Gurley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Freeman and Martha Otis, his 
wife. 

Frederick Freeman was a minute man at Lexington. 

Edmund Freeman and Joseph Storrs were members of the 
Mansfield Committee of Correspondence. 

Eliphalet Dimock was sergeant in a company that marched 
at the alarm to the relief of Boston. 

Mrs. Mary Phipps Young Brewer. 4169 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Arthur H. Brewer. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Goffe Phipps. 

Daughter of Cassius C. Young and Mary Goffe Phipps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Solomon Phipps and Esther Peek, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Goffe Phipps and Anna Townsend, his 
wife. 

Daniel Goffe Phipps, in 1775, was captured by a British 
frigate and imprisoned in Boston. After his escape from a 
prison-ship he joined the "Ship Defense" and took part in the 
battle with the "Sirens." In 1779 he was captain of the priva- 
teer "Nancy," and assisted in the defense of New London. 
When the British evacuated New York he was a soldier in 
Capt. John Thacher's company. 



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Miss Ellen Geer. 4170 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Benadam Gallup, Capt. Isaac Gallup and 
Lieut. Nehemiah Smith, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Lewis Geer and Prudence Almira Gallup, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Gallup and Prudence Geer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Gallup and Anna Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benadam Gallup and Hannah Avery, his 
wife; and of Nehemiah Smith. 

Benadam Gallup, in 1776, was lieutenant colonel in the Sec- 
ond Battalion, Wadsworth's brigade, which fought at Long 
Island and was in the retreat from New York. In 1777 was a 
member of the General Assembly. 

Also No. 3180. 

Isaac Gallup, in 1775, was lieutenant of the Sixth Regiment, 
stationed at Roxbury, and was captain at the battle of Long 
Island. He was with the army in the retreat from New York 
and in the battle of White Plains. 

Nehemiah Smith was lieutenant in Capt. William Whitney's 
company, raised for one year's service, and served in Tyler's 
brigade in the Rhode Island Campaign in 1778. 

Mrs. Phebe Esther Brewster Lewis. 41 71 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Benjamin Franklin Lewis, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. William Latham, Rev. Parke Avery 
and of Lieut. Parke Avery, Jr., of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of John Brewster and Mary E. Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Denison B. Williams and Hannah Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Avery and Eunice Latham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Parke Avery, Jr., and Hannah Morgan, 
his wife; William Latham and Eunice Forsythe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Parke Avery and Mary Latham, his 
wife. 

William Latham was lieutenant of artillery at Dorchester 
Heights and captain in command of Fort Griswold until the 
arrival of Col. William Ledyard. 

Rev. Parke Avery, in 1775, was on he Committee of Inspec- 
tion to represent to the Assembly the necessity of a fortifica- 
tion on Groton Heights. He became a member of the Legis- 



64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

lature and voted to ratify the Declaration of Independence. 
He was lieutenant in Gen. Tyler's brigade of militia under 
Sullivan in the Rhode Island expedition of 1778. 

Parke Avery, Jr., was lieutenant in the Fifth Battalion, 
Wads worth's brigade, in the New York Campaign, and vol- 
unteered at Fort Griswold, where he was wounded. 

Also Nos. 451, 2333, 3849, 3853. 

Mrs. Anne Belle Rogers Minor. 4172 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of G. M. Minor. 

Descendant of Maj. James Chapman and of Capt. James 
Chapman, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Chapman Rogers and Nancy Beckwith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Rogers and Mary Chapman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Chapman and Mary Holt, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Chapman, who was 
captain of the Sixth Regiment at Bunker Hill, and in 1776 
had risen to the rank of major. He was killed in the "Orchard 
Fight" near Harlem in the retreat from New York, September 
15, 1776. His son James, aged fifteen, was with him in the 
battle and served to the close of the war. 

Also No. 3091. 

Mrs. Georgiana Hull Parsons. 4173 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Milo Holcombe Parsons. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jedediah Hull, of Fairfield, Conn. 

Daughter of George Hull and Clara Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chapman Hull and Esther Buckley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Hull and Mary Chapman, his wife. 

Jedediah Hull was in the Canadian Campaign 1775-76 and 
lieutenant at the battle of Ridgefield, April 27, 1777, under 
Gen. David Wooster. 

Also No. 2763. 

Mrs. Anna Stagg Hornblower Benjamin. 4174 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of George B. Benjamin, Jr. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Hornblower, of New Jersey. 



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Daughter of Josiah Henry Hornblower and Maria Morgan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Hannah Town, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Annetje Merselis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Elizabeth Kings- 
land, his wife. 

See No. 4166. 

Miss Grace Elizabeth Lynes. 417^ 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Maltbie, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Benjamin Lynes and Elizabeth Gemmel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Coley Lynes and Hannah Maltbie, his 
wife. 

See No. 4003. 

Mrs. Katharine Gemmel Lynes Bailey. 4176 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Aaron Turner Bailey. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Maltbie. 
Daughter of Benjamin Lynes and Elizabeth Gemmel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Coley Lynes and Hannah Maltbie, his 
wife. 
See No. 4003. 

Miss Annie Josephine Bliss. 4177 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Molly Denton Field, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of John Stillman Bliss and Estelle Bailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Fox Bailey and Sarah Ann Turner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Bailey and Betsey Todd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gilbert Bailey and Sarah Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Field and Betty Vail, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Field and Molly Denton, his 
wife. 

Molly Denton Field was the mother of Joseph Field, lieu- 
tenant in the Third Regiment, Dutchess county Levies, and 
captain of a company of New York Rangers. 

Also No. 3032. 

Mrs. Eliza Whittlesey Bacon Rundle. 4178 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George Mortimer Rundle. 



66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Ens. John Whittlesey and of Ens. Clement 
Botsford, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Watson Bacon and Caroline Eliza Botsford. his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Russell B. Botsford, M. D., and Eliza Whittlesey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Beale Whittlesey and Hannah Judson 
White, his wife; and of Clement Botsford. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Whittlesey and Mary Beale, his wife. 

John Whittlesey, in 1776, served in Capt. Fillett's company, 
and in 1777 was ensign in Lieut. Col. Parsons' regiment. 
When Selectman he recruited the men and forwarded supplies. 

Clement Botsford, in 1776, was ensign in the Seventh Com- 
pany, Col. Swift's battalion, in service at Ticonderoga. He 
was also sergeant in the Fifth Continental Regiment. 

Also Nos. 281 1, 3877. 

Miss Elizabeth Joy Comstock. 4179 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Eunice Jackson Hawley, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of William P. Comstock and Nancy B. Cogswell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Trueman Cogswell and Sybil Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benajah Hawley and Ann Castle, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hawley and Eunice Jackson, his 
wife. 

Eunice Jackson Hawley was the mother of Aaron Hawley, 
who in 1777 was lieutenant commanding the first harbor guard 
at Newfield, now Bridgeport, Conn. In 1781 he was brigade 
major to Gen. Gold Selleck Silliman. 

Miss Lois Starr Comstock. 4180 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Eunice Jackson Hawley, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of William P. Comstock and Nancy B. Cogswell, his wife. 
See No. 4179. 

Miss Emma Drew Somers. 4181 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Ephraim Wheeler and of Peter Bradley, of 
Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Henry Somers and Emma Drew, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Drew and Phoebe Ann Crofut, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Drew and Grissel Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enos Wheeler and Hannah Bradley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Wheeler and Martha Buck- 
ley, his wife; and of Peter Bradley. 

Ephraim Wheeler turned out at the Lexington Alarm, and 
was a soldier in Capt. Ezekiel Sanford's company from Red- 
ding. He fought at Germantown and Monmouth, and in 1779 
served on the Hudson in Heath's division. 

Peter Bradley, in 1775, enlisted in Capt. David Dimon's com- 
pany, Continental Regiment, and in 1777 was under Capt. 
Hill, Col. Whiting's regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Anna Alcott Peck. 4182 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward W. Peck. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Andrews. 

Daughter of George Geritt Alcott and Harriet Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Obed Alcott and Anna Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Andrews and Submit Frost, his wife. 

William Andrews enlisted in Capt. Abel Pettibone's com- 
pany, which took part in the siege of Boston. He served as 
lieutenant in the Eighth Connecticut at Valley Forge where 
they suffered untold hardships. 

Miss Mary Frances Canfield. 4183 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Beers, of Derby, Conn. 

Daughter of Joseph Rusa Canfield and Myra Ann Beers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Beers and Elizabeth Ann Clinton, his wife. 

John Beers, in 1777, was a soldier in Capt. Whitney's 
company, Continental Line, until 1781, when he was made 
sergeant in the Third Connecticut Regiment. He served to 
the close of the war and survived to receive a pension. 

Mrs. Maria Watson Pinney. 4184 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Charles Hitchcock Pinney, M. D. 



68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Uriah Seymour and of Levi Watson, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Royal Isaac Watson and Sallie Seymour, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Seymour and Isabelle Sedgwick, his 
wife; and of Isaac Watson. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uriah Seymour and Mary Andrews, his wife; 
Levi Watson and Lucy Olmsted, his wife. 

Uriah Seymour was lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm; 
captain in 1776 under Maj. Roger Newbury, and in Elisha 
Sheldon's regiment of Light Horse. He had four brothers 
in the army and served under one, Col. Thomas Seymour. 

Levi Watson, in 1780, was a soldier under Col. Heman 
Swift, Seventh Regiment, in the short Levies. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Moredock Dickinson. 4185- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frank Dickinson. 

Descendant of William Miner, of Stonington, Conn. 

Daughter of John Moredock and Abby Miner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Page Miner and Nancy West, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Miner and Abigail Haley, his wife. 

William Miner, in 1775, was a soldier in Col. Samuel Holden 
Parson's regiment. The inscription on his tombstone reads, 
"A warrior in the Revolution." 

Mrs. Eleanor M. Daniels Gladwin. 4186 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William H. Gladwin. 

Descendant of Hoel Huntly, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jared Daniels and Eleanor Holmes Bogue, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bogue and Lucy Latimer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bogue and Lydia Huntly, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hoel Huntly and Hannah Holmes, his wife. 

Hoel Huntly, in 1775, enlisted in Capt. Lord's company, Col. 
Latimer's regiment. Duiing the war he was wounded and 
in feeble health from its effects until his death. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Thomas Morgan. 4187 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Capt. William Morgan. 



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Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Daniel Burrows and of Daniel 
Thomas, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Seabury Thomas and Hannah Avery Haley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Thomas and Eunice Baker, his wife; Caleb 
Haley and Sarah Burrows, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hubbard Daniel Burrows and ' Sarah 
Avery, his wife. 

Daniel Thomas, in 1775, was a soldier at Ticonderoga and 
served in the Northern Department. He took part in the battle 
of Germantown and the defense of Fort Mifflin; was at Valley- 
Forge and fought at Monmouth and Stony Point. 

Hubbard Daniel Burrows was captain of the Eighth Militia 
Regiment in the New York Campaign of 1776; was killed in 
the massacre at Fort Griswold September 6, 178 1. 

Also No. 2716. 

Mrs. Hortense D. Gallup Fish. 4188 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of William S. Fish. 

Descendant of Col. Benadam Gallup, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Palmer Gallup and Desire Ball, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benadam Gallup and Cynthia Fish, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Benadam Gallup and Bridget Palmer, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benadam Gallup and Hannah Avery, his 
wife. 

See No. 4170. 

Mrs. Anne M. Holmes Brockington. 4189 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel C. Brockington. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Holmes, Beebe Denison, 
Isaac Denison and Dr. Joseph Lewis, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Holmes and Lucy M. Lewis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Holmes and Ann Boradel Denison, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Denison; Joseph Lewis; Jeremiah 
Holmes and Mary Denison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Beebe Denison. 

Jeremiah Holmes was sergeant in Capt. Hewit's company, 
Col. Latimer's regiment, during the war. 



7<D DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Beebe Denison, in 1780, was a soldier in Capt. Stanton's 
company, Eighth Regiment, of Connecticut militia. 

Isaac Denison was a member of the Committee of Safety 
and opened his house to the prisoners who escaped from the 
British occupying Long Island. 

Also No. 3180. 

Joseph Lewis, in 1775, was surgeon's mate in Benedict 
Arnold's command, which joined the expedition to Quebec. 
During this campaign he served in smallpox hospitals. He 
was wounded in 1778 when a soldier in Capt. William 
Hutchins' company of Provincial troops. 

Mrs. Sarah Merriman Steele. 4190 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward Daniel Steele. 

Descendant of Charles Merriman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Punderson Merriman and Julia E. Judd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Merriman and Sarah Buckingham, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Merriman and Anna Punderson, his 
wife. 

Charles Merriman, in 1776, when fourteen, enlisted as a 
drummer, and in 1781 was drum major. He served in the 
Fourth Connecticut Regiment under Col. Zebulon Butler. 

Mrs. Caroline Smith Catlin. 4191 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Abijah Catlin. 

Descendant of Capt. Abner Robinson, of Windham, Conn. 

Daughter of David Fuller Smith and Caroline Tyler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazar Smith and Mehitable Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.granddaughter of Abner Robinson and Mehitable Palmer, his 
wife. 

Abner Robinson, in 1775, was ensign in the Fourth Com- 
pany, Gen. Putnam's regiment, and in 1778 had attained the 
rank of captain in Col. Samuel McLellan's regiment. He also 
commanded a company in a Provisional regiment in 1781. 

Also No. 3104. 



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Mrs. Emma E. Kellogg Morgan. 4192 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Nathaniel S. Morgan. 

Descendant of Samuel Kellogg, of Marlborough, Conn. 
Daughter of William Kellogg and Sarah Jones, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Kellogg and Elizabeth Lathrop, his wife. 
Samuel Kellogg, in 1780, served as a substitute for his father 
in the garrison at New London. 

Miss Lydia Chapman Brooks. 4193 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of James Brooks, of Haddam, Conn. 

Daughter of David S. Brooks and Rosanna Loveland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Brooks and Lydia King, his wife. 

James Brooks, in 1777, was in Capt. Mills' company, and 
in 1779, when the Life Guard of the Commander-in-Chief was 
increased, he was among those chosen and served in this ca- 
pacity three years. 

Mrs. Caroline Wadsworth Barber. 4194 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Horace Barber. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Wadsworth, of Hartford, Conn. 

Daughter of R. J. Allyn and Rosanna Allyn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Allyn and Millicent Wadsworth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Wadsworth and Elizabeth Turner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wadsworth and Millicent Cook, his 
wife. 

Samuel Wadsworth was a member of the General Assembly 
during the war; on the committee to provide for the officers 
and soldiers and also to take charge of prisoners. 

Mrs. Grace Goodrich Dwight. 4195- 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William Brintnall Dwight. 

Descendant of Stephen Goodrich and of Samuel Kellogg, of 
Connecticut. 



72 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Stephen Goodrich and Alice Kellogg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Goodrich and Sevilla Bristol, his wife; 
William Kellogg and Sarah Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Goodrich and Lydia Terry, his wife, 
i See No. 4192. 

Stephen Goodrich enlisted in Capt. Prior's company and 
served at Boston in 1776. In 1777 he was in Gen. Erastus 
Wolcott's brigade at Peekskill. 

Miss Alice Eulalia Gallup. 4196 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Gallup, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Franklin Gallup and Sarah E. Burrows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gurdon Gallup and Sybil Capron, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gallup and Mary Gardiner, his wife. 

Joseph Gallup, in 1775, was in Col. Parsons' regiment, Gen. 
Spencer's brigade, which was encamped at Roxbury. In 1776, 
as captain, he marched to New York in Lieut. Col. Oliver 
Smith's regiment of militia. His sons, John, aged eighteen, 
and Gardiner, a fifer, aged eleven, were in his company. 

Mrs. Delia Bidwell Ward. 4197 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Austin M. Ward. 

Descendant of Jonathan Bidwell, Jr., Lieut. George Gris- 
wold, Sergt. Noah Griswold and Benjamin Swetland, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Bidwell, Jr., and Electa Griswold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Bidwell and Lovicy Swetland, his wife; 
Frederick Griswold and Zerviah Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bidwell, Jr., and Abigail Eggleston, 
his wife; George Griswold, Jr., and Mary Hayden, his wife; Noah 
Griswold, Jr., and Azubah Strong, his wife; Benjamin Swetland and 
Rosanna Hancock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eggleston and Abigail Goodwin, 
his wife; George Griswold and Zerviah Griswold, his wife; John Swet- 
land and Abi Deming, his wife; Ebenezer Hayden and Mary Trumbull, 
his wife; Jabez Hancock and Rachel Wright, his wife. 

Jonathan Bidwell and Noah Griswold, in 1776, were soldiers 
on duty in New York. 

George Griswold entered the army as a lieutenant in 1775, 
and was at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. 



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Benjamin Swetland was at Saratoga and the marginal notes 
on his music books show his long service as fife major. 

Also No. 3468. 

Abigail Goodwin Eggleston was the mother of Samuel Eg- 
gleston, in Capt. John Skinner's company of Light Horse. 

Abi Deming Swetland was the mother of Daniel Swetland, 
a private at Quebec and Saratoga. 

Rachel Wright Hancock was the mother of Abner and Jabez 
Hancock, soldiers in the Third Massachusetts Regiment. 

Zerviah Griswold was the mother of Joab Griswold, ensign 
of militia and collector of military taxes for Windsor. 

Mary Trumbull Hayden was the mother of Oliver Hayden, 
who turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Harriet Louise Burroughs Torrey. 4198 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Joseph Torrey. 

Descendant of Stephen Burroughs, Oliver Bancroft and 
Lieut. Ephraim Bancroft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Burroughs and Catharine Sophia Bancroft, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Burroughs, Jr., and Pamela Turney, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Burroughs and 'Elizabeth Browne, his 
wife; Oliver Bancroft and Sarah Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Ephraim Bancroft and Esther Gleason, his 
wife. 

Oliver Bancroft, in 1776, served in Capt. Moses Seymour's 
•company of Light Horse on duty in the Jerseys. He was also 
in Col. Noadiah Hooker's regiment in 1777. 

Ephraim Bancroft, in 1775, was lieutenant of minute men. 

Stephen Burroughs, from 1779-81, was a member of the 
General Assembly of Connecticut, and captain of a militia 
company at New Haven during Tryon's invasion. 

Also Nos. 1315, 3804. 

Mrs. Ella Myers Peets. 4199 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of C. Berry Peets. 

Descendant of Joseph Pease, John Prindle, Hezekiah 
Bracket and Hezekiah Bracket, Jr., all of Connecticut. 



74 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Allen Myers and Grace Naomi Canfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Myers and Elizabeth Allen, his wife; 
Sheldon Canfield and Betsey Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Allen and Susanna Bracket, his wife; 
Joseph Pease and Elizabeth Prindle, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Bracket, Jr.; and of John 
Prindle. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Bracket. 

Joseph Pease turned out at the Lexington Alarm with the 
company from Derby. 

John Prindle was a soldier in the Third Company under Gen. 
Wooster at the siege of Boston. 

Hezekiah Bracket and his son Hezekiah served in the Revo- 
lution. Hezekiah, Jr., was with the army at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Fannie Sheldon Bolton. 4200 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James R. Bolton. 

Descendant of Tilley Richardson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Sheldon and Abby Burrill Barker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Sheldon and Hepsibah Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Tilley Richardson and Mary Thurston, his 
wite. 

Tilley Richardson turned out at the Bennington Alarm in 
Capt. Solomon Stuart's company, and took part in the Rhode 
Island Campaign of 1778, in Capt. Manassah Sawyer's com- 
pany, Second Regiment, under Col. Josiah Whitney. 

Also No. 3686. 

Mrs. Mary E. Matheuson. 4201 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Albert McClellan Matheuson. 

Descendant of Capt. Phineas Heard, of New York, and of 
David Board. 

Daughter of Edmund Kingsland Board and Abigail Heard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Heard and Elizabeth Thompson, his wife; 
Nathaniel Board and Mary Kingsland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Heard and Mary Forkee, his wife; 
David Board and Mary Ford, his wife. 

Phineas Heard, in 1775, was ensign of a Light Horse Com- 
pany, and while on duty on the Hudson he was promoted to 



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the rank of captain. His brother Nathaniel, in 1776, com- 
manded a battalion of New Jersey minute men. 
David Board was paymaster in the New Jersey militia. 

Miss Sarah Mabel Cook Doolittle. 4202 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Thaddeus Cook, of Wallingford, Conn. 

Daughter of Tilton Edwin Doolittle and Mary Cook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cook and Mary Munson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cook and Mary Kirtland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Cook and Sarah Hall, his wife. 

Thaddeus Cook, in 1776, was major in Ward's State Regi- 
ment, which fought at Trenton and Princeton. He was col- 
onel of militia at the Danbury Raid and did excellent service 
in the Campaign against Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Henrietta Wodell English. 4203 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Lewis H. English. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Wheeler, Capt. Cornelius Van 
Wyck, Col. James Vander Burgh, of New York, and Aaron 
Hall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Silas Wodell and Anna Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter, of Asahel Hall and Catharine Rutsen Vander Burgh, 
his wife; Joseph Wodell and Henrietta M. Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Hall and Elizabeth Cook, his wife; 
William Vander Burgh and Sarah Van Wyck, his wife; Anthony 
Wheeler and Phebe Wagur, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Van Wyck and Sarah Carmen, 
his wife; James Vander Burgh and Helen Clark, his wife; Noah 
Wheeler and Eunice Newcomb, his wife. 

Noah Wheeler, in 1775, was ensign in Capt. Robert Free- 
man's company, and in 1778 had risen to the rank of captain. 

James Vander Burgh, in 1778, was colonel of the Fifth 
Regiment, Dutchess county militia. 

Cornelius Van Wyck was captain of militia under Col. Jacob 
Swartwout. He was killed near White Plains October 31, 
1776, while in command of a company of Rangers. 

Aaron Hall was a soldier until honorably discharged in 1780. 
He was in the battles of Trenton, Brandywine, Germantown, 
Monmouth and the storming of Stony Point. 

Also No. 2502. 



76 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Georgia Lord Morehouse Maltby. 4204 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of George Ellsworth Maltby. 

Descendant of Capt. Gershom Morehouse, Aaron More- 
house, Jabez Lord, Jabez Brown and Nathan Peck, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Louis Peck Morehouse and Harriet Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Brown, Jr., and Catharine Lord, his wife; 
Daniel Morehouse and Sarah Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Lord and Elizabeth Clark, his wife; 
Jabez Brown and Rebecca Smith, his wife; Nathan Peck and Huldah 
Fabrique, his wife; Aaron Morehouse and Urana Starr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Morehouse and Anna Sanford, 
his wife. 

Gershom Morehouse, who entered the army as a private, 
commanded a company at the battle of White Plains. 

Aaron Morehouse was fifer of a regiment in the retreat from 
New York, and received a pension for his services. 

Jabez Lord served in Capt. Humphrey's company of militia. 

Jabez Brown was a soldier under Col. David Waterbury in 
the Fifth Connecticut Regiment, and Nathan Peck was a fifer. 

Miss Maude Evelyn Townshend Maltby. 420^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Gershom Morehouse, Aaron More- 
house, Jabez Lord, Jabez Brown, and Nathan Peck, all of 
Connecticut, and Hendrick (Henry) Bogart, of New York. 

Daughter of George Ellsworth Maltby and Georgia Lord More- 
house, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Peck Morehouse and Harriet Brown, his 
wife; George Williams Maltby and Sarah A. Bogart, his wife. 

See No. 4204. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bogart and Hester Thibaut, his wife; 
Augustus Maltby and Nancy Townshend, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hendrick Bogart and Belitje Westervelt, 
his wife; Col. Stephen Maltby and Abigail Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Maltby and Elizabeth Fow- 
ler, his wife. 

Elizabeth Fowler Maltby was the mother of Thaddeus 
Maltby, who, in 1776, lost his life in defense of his country. 

Hendrick (Henry) Bogart, in 1777, was lieutenant of the 
Second Continental Artillery. 



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Mrs. Mary Louisa Avery Schellens. 4206 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Pierre Louis Schellens. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Avery, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Christopher Lester Avery and Sarah Wisner Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Latham Avery and Betsey Wood Lester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Avery and Deborah Avery, his wife. 

Daniel Avery was one of the heroes of Groton Heights. 
The inscription on his tomb in the "Old Ground," in Pequon- 
noc, reads: "In memory of Ens. Daniel Avery, who nobly 
sacrificed his life in defense of the liberties of America at Fort 
Griswold Sept. 6, 1781, in the 40th year of his age." 

Also Nos. 1462, 3848. 

Mrs. Susan Spicer Meech. 4207 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Noyes Billings Meech. 

Descendant of Capt. William Pride, Sergt. John Spicer and 
Moses Kimball, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Capt. John Grant Spicer and Clarissa Kimball, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Spicer and Lydia Pride, his wife; William 
Kimball and Betsey Harvey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Spicer and Mary Park, his wife; Moses 
Kimball and Mary Satterlee, his wife; William Pride and Abigail Stod- 
dard, his wife. 

William Pride was captain of a company in the Twentieth 
Regiment, commanded by Lieut. Col. Leffingwell, which was 
called out for the last time in 1782, when it was rumored 
Arnold was to make a raid on Norwich. 

John Spicer was corporal in the company of his uncle, Capt. 
Abel Spicer, at Bunker Hill and the siege of Boston and ser- 
geant under his uncle Oliver in the New York Campaign. 

Moses Kimball, in 1781, was a soldier in Capt. Hungerford's 
company, and in 1782 served under Capt. Eliezer Prentice. 

Miss Anne Meech. 4208 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. William Pride, Capt. Sanford Billings, 
Sergt. John Spicer and Moses Kimball, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Noyes Billings Meech and Susan Spicer, his wife. 



78' DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Meech and Susan Billings, his wife; John 
Grant Spicer and Clarissa Kimball, his wife. 

See No. 4207. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sanford Billings and Lucy Geer, his wife. 

Sanford Billings was lieutenant in Capt. Wheeler's company 
of militia in the New York Campaign of 1776, and in 1780 
served under Capt. Lee Lay to protect the western border. 
At the close of the war he held the rank of captain. 

Miss Susan Billings Meech. 4209 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. William Pride, Capt. Sanford Billings, 
Sergt. John Spicer and Moses Kimball. 
Daughter of Noyes Billings Meech and Susan Spicer, his wife. 
See Nos. 4207, 4208. 

Mrs. Harriet Wilder Noyes. 4210 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Franklin B. Noyes. 

Descendant of Corp. Moses Wilder, of Lancaster, Mass. 
Daughter of Charles L. Wilder and Harriet E. Harris, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Wilder and Sarah Whipple, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Wilder and Submit Frost, his wife. 
Moses Wilder was a corporal in Capt. Joseph White's com- 
pany, Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Latham Douglass. 42 u 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Dr. E. P. Douglass. 

Descendant of Capt. William Latham, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John H. Latham and Abbie J. Burrows, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Albert G. Latham and Mary F. Hudson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Albert Latham and Nancy Mitchell, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Latham and Eunice Forsythe, 
his wife. 

See No. 4171. 

Mrs. Ellen Bertha Burrows. 4212 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Leeds Burrows. 

Descendant of Rev. Parke Avery and of Dr. Elisha Morgan, 
of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Nathan S. Fish and Jennette E. Morgan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Morgan and Caroline Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Elisha Morgan and Abigail Morgan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Morgan and Dorothy Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Parke Avery and Mary Lath?m, his 
wife. 

See No. 4171. 

Elisha Morgan was wounded at the battle of Groton Heights 
and after the enemy had gained possession of the fort he was 
kicked, plundered and left for dead. He overheard their plans, 
and reported them, thus saving the fort from destruction. 

Also Nos. 2300, 3849. 

Miss Anna Baker Clarke. 4213 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Joshua Baker, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of David A. Clarke and Nancy M. Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Baker and Anna Gates, his wife. 

Joshua Baker entered the army in 1775 and during his 
long service received his first wound at Fort Griswold, where 
he was one of the scouts sent out to reconnoitre the movements 
of the enemy, having been two years under the command of 
Col. Ledyard. He was taken prisoner and confined in the 
Sugar House, but lived to furnish many of the facts of the 
battle to valuable "Historical Collections." 

Mrs. Mary Blossom Buell Averell. 4214 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Holt Averell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Norton and of Col. 
Jesse Root, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Candee Buell and Elizabeth House Bloss, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eben Norton Buell and Rebecca Root, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Root, Jr., and Becca Fish, his wife; Tim- 
othy Buell and Olive Norton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Root and Mary Banks, his wife; 
Ebenezer Norton and Elizabeth Baldwin, his wife. 



80 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jesse Root, in 1776, was commissioned captain and from 
1778-83 was a delegate to the Continental Congress. 

Also No. 1057. 

Ebenezer Norton, in 1774, was lieutenant colonel of the Sev- 
enteenth Regiment of militia. He was State agent in procur- 
ing arms for the troops; engaged in manufacturing muskets, 
and until 1779 a member of the legislature. 

Mrs. Augusta Williams Cooke. 4215- 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Martin W. Cooke. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Norton, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Mortimer Buell and Edna Boughton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Buell and Sally Rice, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Buell and Olive Norton, his wife. 
See No. 4214. 

Mrs. Jane Howell Porter Robinson. 4216 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Arthur Robinson. 

Descendent of Col. Joshua Porter, M. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Howell Porter and Julia Mathews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Augustus S. Porter and Jane Howell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Porter and Abigail Buell, his wife. 

Joshua Porter commanded the Fourteenth Regiment in 
many battles; superintended the State Iron Works at Salis- 
bury; manufactured munitions of war for the army, and was 
a member of the legislative committee for the prosecution of 
the war. He left a fine military and civil record. 

Also Nos. 147, 1008, 3216. 

Mrs. Ella Wood Cady. 4217 

Born in New York. 
Wife of B. M. Cady. 

Descendant of Daniel Wood, of Cheshire, Mass. 
Daughter of Jerome B. Wood and Martha B. Kenyon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Levi Wood and Olive Mason, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Wood and Rebekah Ingalls, his wife. 
Daniel Wood, in 1777, was a soldier in Capt. Daniel Brown's 
company that turned out at the alarm and marched through 



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the storm, reaching Bennington while the battle was raging. 
His wife finished the unploughed furrows left by her husband 
and tended to the crops; one of the many noble women of the 
Revolution, true helpmeets of brave men. 
Also Nos. 2373, 3040. 

Mrs. Jane Campbell Randolph. 4218 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William B. Randolph. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Campbell and of Col. Seth Pom- 
eroy, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi C. Turner and Julia Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Campbell and Rachel Pomeroy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Campbell and Jane Cannon, his wife; 
Quartus Pomeroy and Rachel Pomeroy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pomeroy and Mary Hunt, his wife. 

Samuel Campbell was lieutenant colonel of minute men and 
fought at the bloody battle of Oriskany. In 1778 he was ap- 
pointed colonel of the First Battalion of New York militia. 

Also No. 860. 

Seth Pomeroy, in 1775, on account of age refused the appoint- 
ment of brigadier general offered him by the Congress. He 
was a volunteer at Dorchester Heights, where he commanded 
the left wing of the army. He died at Peekskill in 1777, and 
was buried with military honors from the house of Gen. Van 
Cortland. 
Also No. 1599. 

Mrs. Mary Bache McCarthy. 42I9 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Wife of Dennis McCarthy. 

Descendant of Benjamin Franklin, Richard Bache and Sarah 
Franklin Bache, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daughter of William Wallace Irwin and Sophia Arabella Bache, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bache and Sophia Dallas, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Bache and Sarah Franklin, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Franklin is one of the greatest figures in the strug- 
gle for liberty. He was not an agitator but with all the force 
of his giant intellect protested against "taxation without repre- 



82 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

sentation." He landed from a mission to England just in time 
to accept his election, to take his seat in the Congress on 
July the Fourth and sign the Declaration of Independence. 

Also Nos. 91, 1198. 

Sarah Franklin Bache was a notable philanthropist and chief 
among the patriotic women who made clothing for the half clad 
soldiers in 1778. She and Mrs. Esther Reed sent at one time 
two thousand shirts with two hard dollars wrapped in each 
shirt, which Washington feared "would produce discontent, 
as they had only depreciated paper money for their pay." 

Richard Bache was Postmaster General from 1776-82, suc- 
ceeding Benjamin Franklin. He was a member of the Board 
of War and appointed by Congress to sign the bills of credit. 

Miss Juliet E. Hanchett. 4220 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Oliver Hanchett, of Suffield, Conn. 

Daughter of Dr. John C. Hanchett and Emma Barlow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Wilkes Hanchett and Lucy Granger, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Oliver Hanchett, who was lieuten- 
ant in the Lexington Alarm, and captain of the Second Con- 
necticut Regiment when captured at Quebec, December 31, 
1775. He was exchanged January 10, 1777. 

Mrs. Mary Chatfield Gilbert. 4221 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Frederick Gilbert. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Baldwin, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Henry Chatfield and Mary Ann Disney, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Chatfield and Nancy Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Clark and Polly Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Booth Lewis and Millicent Baldwin, 
his wvfe. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Baldwin, Jr., and Mary Bron- 
son, his wife. 

See No. 4001. 

Mrs. Julia Burritt Pomeroy. 4222 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George D. Pomeroy. 



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Descendant of Curtis Tomlinson, of Huntington, Conn. 

Daughter of Henry Llewellyn Wakeman Burritt and Jane Elizabeth 
Hubbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wakeman Burritt and Lucy Tomlinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Curtis Tomlinson and Lucy Martin, his wife. 

Curtis Tomlinson, from 1776-79, was a soldier in Capt. 
Nichol's company of Light Dragoons. He carried dispatches 
to Washington from Gen. David Wooster under whom he 
served until that gallant officer fell at the Danbury Raid. 

Also No. 3675. 

Mrs. Mary Dutton Pomeroy. 4223 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Theodore Pomeroy. 

Descendant of Capt. Amasa Dutton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Dutton and Sarah Dwight, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Dutton and Mary Rogers, his wife. 

Amasa Dutton was orderly sergeant in Capt. John Willey's 
company in the New York Campaign of 1776, and ensign un- 
der Col. William Ledyard at New London in 1777. He was 
a minute man, responding to sea coast alarms to the close of 
the war, and attained the rank of captain. 

Also No. 2129. 

Mrs. Cornelia Graham Schautz McKenzie. 4224 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George C. McKenzie. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Graham, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel E. Schautz and Louise Cooper Graham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund A. Graham and Cornelia Cooper, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Pawling Graham and Catharine Banks, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Graham and Catharine Decker, his 
wife. 

Daniel Graham, who was prominent as a civil officer, when 
the war commenced, served in the Ulster county militia dur- 
ing the contest for independence. 

Also No. 3528. 

Miss Gertrude Herkimer Coxe, 422^ 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Rev. Aaron Cleveland, of Norwich, Conn. 
Daughter of Rev. Samuel Hanson Coxe and Eliza Conkling, his wife. 



84 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Hanson Coxe and Abiah Hyde 
Cleveland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Elizabeth Clement 
Breed, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Aaron Cleveland and Susannah Por- 
ter, his wife. 

Aaron Cleveland, from 1776-81, was a member of the General 
Assembly and of him was said, "In politics he was of the school 
of Washington and Hamilton and he espoused the Federal 
cause with great zeal." 

Also a lineal descendant of the mother of Nicholas Herkimer, 
the brave general who, after he was mortally wounded, directed 
the battle of Oriskany. This unrivalled heroism is recorded in 
bas-relief on the monument commemorative of that field. 

Miss Lucy Carlile Watson. 4226 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Ebenezer Thompson, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William H. Watson and Sarah Thompson Carlile, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Carlile and Hannah Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Thompson and Sally Waterman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Thompson and Elizabeth Kin- 
nicutt, his wife. 

Ebenezer Thompson, in 1775, when captain of militia, was 
appointed one of the commissioners to direct fortifications, and 
in 1776 was major of the First Rhode Island Regiment. In 
1777 he was a member of the Council of War and in 1783 a 
delegate to the General Assembly. 

Mrs. Kathleen Peebles Kernan. 4227 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John D. Kernan. 

Descendant of Capt. William Peebles, Lieut. Robert Peebles, 
and Col. James Johnston, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Herron Peebles and Kathleen Kelso Dickinson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William R. Dickinson and Mary Kelso Johnston, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Johnston and Mary Graham Kelso, his 
wife. 

James Johnston was ensign in the Fifth Regiment, under 



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command of his brother Francis, and fought in the battles of 
Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine and Monmouth. 

Also No. 3127. 

Also lineal descendant of Capt. William Peebles, who died 
while a prisoner of war in 1776, and his son Robert, who was 
lieutenant in the Third Regiment when mustered out in 1783. 

Mrs. Emily Pierrepont Wolcott. 4228 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Gardner Wolcott, M. D. 

Descendant of Dr. John Constable and of William Kerin 
Constable, of New York. 

Daughter of William Constable Pierrepont and Cornelia A. Butler, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Beers Pierrepont and Anna Maria Con- 
stable, his wife. 

See No. 4027. 

Miss Gertrude Douglas Curran. 4 22 9 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Sweeting, Dr. Lewis Sweet- 
ing and George Langford, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Langford Curran and Cornelia Douglas, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Curran and Mary Langford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Langford, Jr., and Chloe Sweeting, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Sweeting and Mary Tyrrell, his 
wife; George Langford and Abigail Elliott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Lewis Sweeting and Abiah Cobb, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Sweeting with his father and two brothers turned 
out at the Lexington Alarm. He was in Capt. Silas Cobb's 
company at Bunker Hill; corporal under Capt. Josiah Smith 
at Boston, and served in Rhode Island. 

George Langford fought at Bunker Hill in Capt. Jonathan 
Allen's company, Col. John Fellow's regiment. 

Also No. 3668. 

Mrs. Abigail Farnam Hagaman Hall. 4230 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Judge Benjamin Franklin Hall. 
Descendant of Capt. Eliab Farnam, of Connecticut. 



86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John I. Hagaman and Sarah Frye, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abiel Frye and Abigail Farnam, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Eliab Farnam and Abigail Killum, his wife. 
Eliab Farnam, in 1775, was captain of the Eighth Company, 
"Train Band," Twenty-fourth Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Anna Estelle Garden Kidd. 4231 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George W. Kidd. 

Descendant of Maj. Alexander Garden, of Charleston, S. C. 

Daughter of Christopher Henry Garden and Hannah Slinglouf Lev- 
ering, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Garden and Julia Martha Pinckney, his 
wife. 

Alexander Garden, who was at college in Europe, returned 
in 1780 and at the formation of Lee's Legion, he was appointed 
major of the infantry branch. He was aide-de-camp to Greene 
from 1 78 1 to the close of the war, and distinguished not only 
for gallantry but eloquence, especially later by his funeral ora- 
tions over brother officers of the Cincinnati. He was the author 
of "Anecdotes of the American Revolution." 

Mrs. Daisy Dewey Bloom. 42^2 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nathaniel Bloom. 

Descendant of Rev. Enoch Hale, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Dewey and Almira Hale Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richardson Hall and Sybilla Hale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Hale and Octavia Throop, his wife. 

Rev. Enoch Hale was just entering his profession at the out- 
break of the war, and after his brother Nathan was hung as a 
spy, September 22, 1776, he joined the army at White Plains. 
He was chaplain to the regiment recruited near his home. 

Mrs. Catharine Wood Chenoweth. 423$ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Alexander Crawford Chenoweth. 
Descendant of Capt. Henry Wood, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Hon. Fernando Wood and Ann Dole Richardson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Wood and Rebecca Leman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wood and Hannah Eldridge, his wife. 



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87 



Henry Wood, although but eighteen, raised a company in the 
troop for the expedition to Canada in 1775 and not a soldier 
was under six feet. He took part in the battle of Germantown, 
where he was wounded and being a Quaker was turned out of 
Meeting for engaging in warfare. 

Also No. 761. 

Mrs. Jane Townsend Wheeler. 4234 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edmund S. Wheeler. 

Descendant of Col. Joshua Porter, M. D., of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Daniel Jackson Townsend and Jane S. Porter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hon. Augustus S. Porter and Jane Howell, his 
wife. 
See No. 4216. 

Mrs. Jeannie Stimson Cady. 42^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick L. A. Cady. 

Descendant of Samuel Matteson and of Sergt. Philip Matte- 
son, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Stimson and Helen P. Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Warren and Betsey Matteson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Matteson and Sally Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Matteson. 

Philip Matteson, his father and five brothers fought at Ben- 
nington. He was at the capture of St. Johns, the assault on 
Quebec and with the army at Valley Forge. 

Also No. 3081. 

Miss Clara Warren Frink. 4236 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Samuel Matteson and of Sergt. Philip Mat- 
teson. 
Daughter of Loring L. Frink and Julia Warren, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Horatio Warren and Betsey Matteson, his wife. 
See No. 4235. 

Mrs. Ellen Augusta Aspinwall Hulett. 4237 

Born in New York. 
Wife of D. A. Hulett. 

Descendant of Dr. William Aspinwall, Capt. Isaac Gardner 
and Benjamin Tappan, all of Massachusetts. 



DAUGHTERS Of THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Lewis Tappan and Susanna Aspinwall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Aspinwall and Susanna Gardner, his 
wife; Benjamin Tappan and Sarah Homes, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Isaac Gardner and Mary Sparkhawk, his wife. 

William Aspinwall, an eminent physician and graduate of 
Harvard, was a volunteer at Lexington and surgeon in the 
general hospitals of the Continental Army. 

Isaac Gardner commanded a company at Lexington and 
when the engagement was over, while waiting under a tree for 
his men to rally, he was shot and killed by British soldiers, who 
in their flight had found refuge in a neighboring house. 

Benjamin Tappan was a volunteer at the battle of Saratoga. 

Miss Mary Henry Skeel. 4238 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Skeel, of New York. 

Daughter of Rufus Reed Skeel and Sarah Patten Henry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Theron Skeel and Eliza Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Skeel and Joanna Wood, his wife. 

Jonathan Skeel entered the army as a soldier, and served as 
non-commissioned officer until, in the absence of his superior, 
he assumed the duty of lieutenant. 

Miss Mary R. Smith. 4239 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. William Faulkner, of New York. 

Daughter of Daniel W. Smith and Sara B. Lipsett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Lipsett and Mary A. Morrison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Morrison and Esther Faulkner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Faulkner and Jane Rogers, his 
wife. 

William Faulkner, captain of the Second Company, Wallkill 
militia, was severely wounded at the taking of Fort Montgom- 
ery, October 6, 1777. He rose to the rank of colonel. 

Mrs. Margaret Ryerson Williams. 4240 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Charles E. Williams. 
Descendant of Jonas Williams, of New York. 
Daughter of Peter M. Ryerson and Mary Abigail Williams, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Richard Brewster Williams and Margaret Moore, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Williams and Abigail Brewster, his wife. 

Jonas Williams transported provisions to the army and paid 
out a portion of the money furnished by France to assist in 
carrying on the war. The bar iron used in building the "Che- 
vaux de Frise" across the channel of the Hudson was made at 
the forge owned and operated by him. 

Miss Adelaide Skeel. 4241 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Skeel, of New York. 
Daughter of Rufus Reed Skeel and Sarah Patten Henry, his wife. 
See No. 4238. 

Mrs. Charity Manning Sweet. 4242 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Clayton E. Sweet. 

Descendant of Capt. Bezaleel Tyler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hon. James Manning and Charity B. Wilder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Wilder and Savia Tyler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Tyler. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bezaleel Tyler and Sarah Calkin, his wife. 

Bezaleel Tyler was killed while in command of a scouting 
party, then preparing to attack the Indians under Brandt. His 
name is on the monument at Goshen, dedicated July 22, 1822, 
to the memory of those who fell at the battle of Minisink, July 
22, 1779. He had four brothers in the service. 

Mrs. Margaretta Stockton Pyne. 4243 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Moses Taylor Pyne. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton, of Princeton, N. J. 

Daughter of Gen. Robert Field Stockton and Anna Margaretta Pot- 
ter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Commodore Robert Field Stockton and Harriet 
Maria Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Mary Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Annis Boudinot, his 
wife. 

Richard Stockton was a delegate to the Continental Con- 



90 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

gress and signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was 
captured in the house of a friend by the British and imprisoned 
in New York. Congress, January 3, 1777, directed Washing- 
ton to inquire into his treatment and effect an exchange. His 
health was so impaired that he died in 1781. His accomplished 
wife bore her many sacrifices with great heroism. 
Also No. 2258. 

Miss Mary Hunter Stockton. 4244 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton. 

Daughter of Samuel Witham Stockton and Sarah Bache Hodge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Witham Stockton and Mary Hunter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Mary Field, his wife. 

See No. 4243. 

Miss Mary Dod. 4245- 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton. 

Daughter of Rev. William Armstrong Dod and Catharine Elizabeth 
Stockton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Commodore Robert Field Stockton and Harriet 
Maria Potter, his wife. 

See No. 4243. 

Miss Emily Cumming Howe. 4246 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Dr. James How, Dr. William Burnet, Capt. 
Josiah Hornblower, Col. John Noble Cumming, Judge Joseph 
Hedden, Capt. Joseph Ailing and David Leavitt. 

Daughter of Leavitt Howe and Rosalie Cumming, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander McWhorter Cumming and Emily 
Hornblower, his wife; Fisher Howe and Elizabeth Leavitt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Coerten Hornblower and Mary Burnet, 
his wife; John Noble Cumming and Sarah Hedden, his wife; Dr. 
James How and Lucy Fisher, his wife; David Leavitt and Maria 
Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Burnet, Jr., and Joanna Ail- 
ing, his wife; Joseph Hedden and Sarah Canfield, his wife; Josiah 
Hornblower and Elizabeth Kingsland, his wife; and of David Lea- 
vitt, Jr. 

See No. 4166. 



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Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Burnet and Mary Camp, 
his wife; and of Joseph Ailing and of David Leavitt. 

See No. 4025. 

John Noble Cumming, in 1775, was lieutenant of the Second 
New Jersey Regiment, and colonel in 1783. 

Joseph Hedden was a leader among the Whigs and a mem- 
ber of the Committee of Safety of New Jersey. In 1780 he was 
taken by a band of British and Tories and imprisoned in the 
Sugar House, where he died after a few months suffering. 

Also No. 1357. 

Joseph Ailing entered the army as a private, and in 1776 was 
made captain of Essex county minute men. 

James How, 1776, was surgeon in the New Hampshire mili- 
tia regiment commanded by Col. Pierce Long. He had five 
brothers at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

David Leavitt was a volunteer in the Connecticut troops. 

Miss Juliana Stevens Baker. 4247 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Baker, Peter Covenhoven, John 
Stevens, Maj. Thomas Anderson, and Col. John Cox, all of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lewis Carter Baker and Mary Rachel Conover, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elihu Baker and Joanna Carter, his wife; Thomas 
Anderson Conover and Elizabeth Juliana Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret Osborn, his wife; 
James Conover and Margaretta Anderson, his wife; John Stevens and 
Rachel Cox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Covenhoven and Hannah Forman, 
his wife; John Stevens and Elizabeth Alexander, his wife; John Cox 
and Esther Bowes, his wife; and of Thomas Anderson. 

Daniel Baker was in the expedition to Quebec and ensign 
in Capt. John Scudder's company, Essex county militia. 

Also No. 524. 

Peter Covenhoven was a member of the Committee of Safety, 
and paymaster in the Monmouth county militia. 

John Stevens, from 1776-82, was vice-president of the Legis- 
lative Council and custodian of the money chest of the State. 

Thomas Anderson was a member of the Provincial Conven- 
tion, 1774, and a private, major and quartermaster during the 
war. 



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John Cox, in 1775, was a member of the Committee of Ob- 
servation of Burlington county and major of Associators. He 
fought at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. 

Miss Helen Van Dyke Scudder. 4248 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. William Scudder and of Capt. William 
Van Covenhoven, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Van Dyke Scudder and Mary Grover Conover, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Scudder and Ellen Craig, his wife; Wil- 
liam Grover Conover and Elizabeth Longstreet Bastido, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Scudder and Sarah Van Dyke, his 
wife; William Covenhoven and Mary Grover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Van Covenhoven and Deborah 
Van Voorhees, his wife. 

William Scudder, in 1776, was major of the Third Regiment, 
Middlesex county militia. He was lieutenant colonel at the 
battle of Monmouth and served to the close of the war. His 
brother Nathaniel lost his life in battle. 

William Van Covenhoven was captain of a company of Hun- 
terdon county militia. 

Miss Mary Craig Cruser Scudder. 4249 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. William Scudder and of Capt. William 
Van Covenhoven. 

Daughter of William Van Dyke Scudder and Mary Grover Conover, 
his wife. 

See No. 4248. 

Miss Jeannette Louise Putnam. 42^0 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Putnam and of Eleazar Putnam, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Cleaveland Putnam and Callie Balcom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hamilton Putnam and Jeannette Cleaveland, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Elijah Putnam and Phoebe Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazar Putnam. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Putnam and Hannah Putnam, 
his wife. 



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Henry Putnam, when sixty-three, turned out at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and was killed on the line of retreat from Concord, 
which was a prolonged fight to the streets of Cambridge. 

Eleazar Putnam was a minute man and with his four brothers 
marched to Concord, April 19, 1775. 

Mrs. Mary Jeannette Putnam Grant. 42^1 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rev. Henry Martyn Grant. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Putnam and of Eleazar Putnam. 
Daughter of Hamilton Putnam and Jeannette Cleaveland, his wife. 
See No. 4250. 

Mrs. Annie Putnam Ellsworth. 42^2 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Sanford Ellsworth. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Putnam and of Eleazar Putnam. 
Daughter of Samuel Cleaveland Putnam and Callie Balcom, his wife. 
See No. 4250. 

Mrs. Emily Kennedy McFadden. 42^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George H. McFadden. 

Descendant of Maj. William Kennedy, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John M. Kennedy and Harriet Piper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Kennedy and Jane McCalla, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Kennedy and Mary Henderson, his 
wife. 

William Kennedy, who served as major during the war, was 
killed in 1783 by Tories in a skirmish near Doylestown. 

Mrs. Josephine Alden McConway. 42^4 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William McConway. 

Descendant of Noah Eaton, Silas Eaton and Capt. Robert 
Wormsted, of Massachusetts, and Cornelius Van Horn. 

Daughter of Franklin Howard Eaton and Josephine Willis Alden, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy John Fox Alden and Priscilla Dunn Van 
Horn, his wife; Silas Eaton, Jr., and Joanna Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Van Horn and Sarah Dunn, his wife; 



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Silas Eaton and Mary Nichols, his wife; Timothy Alden, Jr., and Eliza- 
beth Shepherd Wormsted, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Eaton and Hannah Vinton, his wife; 
Robert Wormsted and Martha Shepherd, his wife. 

Cornelius Van Horn served in the New Jersey militia. 

Noah Eaton, in 1780, was in Capt. Walter McFarland's 
company in service in Rhode Island. 

Silas Eaton, in Capt. Simon Edgell's minute company, 
turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Robert Wormsted was among the men who before hostili- 
ties commenced removed the bridge to prevent the British 
from taking the artillery at Salem. He was wounded at 
Bunker Hill, where he was sergeant in the Artillery under 
Capt. Samuel Russell Trevett. He became captain of a priva- 
teer and was in service until 1782, when he was lost at sea. 

Miss Grace Adele Gormly. 42^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Gill. 

Daughter of Samuel Gormly and Hannah Madeira, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Gormly and Elizabeth Gill, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Gill and Jean Shaw, his wife. 
John Gill, from 1777-80, was a soldier in Capt. Isaac Seely's 
company, Fifth Pennsylvania Regiment. 
Also No. 2941. 

Miss Rosalind Wood Smith. 42^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Bull, Col. William Dewees, Col. 
Robert Smith and Gen. Persifor Frazer, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Persifor Frazer Smith and Laura Gilpin Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Waters Dewees Wood and Rosalind Howell Gil- 
pin, his wife; Persifor Frazer Smith and Thomasine Susan Fairlamb, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alan Wood and x\nn Hunter Dewees, his wife; 
Joseph Smith and Mary Frazer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Waters Dewees and Ann Bull, his wife; 
Robert Smith and Margaret Vaughan, his wife; Persifor Frazer and 
Mary Worral Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Dewees and Sarah Waters, his 
wife; Thomas Bull and Ann Hunter, his wife. 



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Thomas Bull, in the absence of the colonel, commanded the 
Fourth Chester County Battalion at Fort Washington, where 
he was captured and confined with Ethan Allen on the "Jersey" 
until 1778. He served until the close of the war. 

William Dewees was an officer under General Wayne and 
his homestead at Valley Forge was burned by the enemy. 

Also No. 870. 

Persifor Frazer entered the army as captain in 1775, and at 
the close of the war was brigadier general of militia. He was 
captured at Brandywine and when exchanged in 1778 declined 
the appointment of clothier general. 

Robert Smith made a machine for handling the Chevaux de 
Frise in the Delaware River and was given charge of the work 
for that defense. He was a member of the Convention of 1776, 
which framed the State Constitution, and colonel in charge of 
raising the military contingent of his district. 

Also Nos. 525, 2776, 3401. 

Miss Elizabeth Utley Brown. 42^7 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Samuel Mills and of Samuel Mills, Jr., of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of James Plummer Brown and Elizabeth Utley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Utley and Laura Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiram Mills and Esther Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Mills, Jr., and Lucy Coy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Mills and Abigail Cowles, his 
wife. 

Samuel Mills, Jr., in 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Titus Wat- 
son's company, and also served under Capt. Mathew Mead in 
the militia. He was wounded, but lived to receive a pension. 

Samuel Mills and his brothers, Michael, Amasa and Benja- 
min, all engaged in the defense of their country. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 42^8 

Born in Tennessee. 
Descendant of Gen. Hardy Murfree, of North Carolina. 
Daughter of J. H. Hillman and Sallie Murfree Frazer, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry S. Frazer and Elizabeth Murfree, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William H. Murfree and Elizabeth Maney, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hardy Murfree and Sallie Brickell, his 
wife. 

Hardy Murfree, in 1775, was captain of the Second North 
Carolina Regiment. He was in active service during the en- 
tire war and distinguished himself at King's Mountain. For 
bravery in the field the State presented him with a sword and 
the land grant given him for military services he located in 
Tennessee at what is now Murfreesboro. 

Mrs. Martha Cook Williams. 42^9 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of L. H. Williams. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel Leet, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Rev. Isaac Cook and Susan Shields, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Shields and Eliza Leet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Leet and Wilhelmina Ballah, his wife. 

Daniel Leet, in 1777, was quartermaster in the Virginia 
forces. He was at the battle of Trenton and with the army at 
Valley Forge; in 1778 was with Gen. Mcintosh at Fort Lau- 
rens and brigade major in 1782 at Crawford's defeat. He 
received from the State a land grant of five thousand acres. 

Also Nos. 519, 1128. 

Mrs. Caroline Robison Sellers. 4260 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Henry D. Sellers. 
Descendant of John Birge, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Robison and Martha Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Orrin Smith and Mary Birge, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Birge and Ruhama Foote, his wife. 
John Birge, in 1776, served under Capt. David Tarbox. In 
1777, '78 and '80, he was in different commands. 

Miss Eleanor Hurst Dravo. 4261 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Thomas Nichols, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William McC. Dravo and Maria McCurdy, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert McCurdy and Eleanor Hurst, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Hurst and Isabella Nichols, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Nichols and Margaret Campbell, 
his wife. 



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Thomas Nichols enlisted from Northumberland county and 
was enrolled in the Pennsylvania Line. 
Also No. 3626. 

Mrs. Anna Rittenhouse Evans. 4262 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Miller D. Evans. 

Descendant of Capt. John Lesher, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Rittenhouse and Lucinda Trexler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Trexler and Ann Lesher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Lesher and Elizabeth Livingood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lesher and Mary Johanna Yoder, his 
wife. 

John Lesher, in 1776, was a member of the convention which 
adopted a form of government for the State. He was captain 
at the battle of Long Island and while a member of the General 
Assembly in 1778, was appointed one of the commissioners for 
purchasing supplies for the Continental Army. 

Also Nos. 1939, 3060. 

Mrs. Helen Sperry Scranton. 4263 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Robert Meyter Scranton. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Roger Newberry, of Windsor, 
Conn. 

Daughter of Henry Thompson Sperry and Mary Elizabeth Loomis, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anson Loomis and Eunice Newberry Simmons, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Simmons, M. D., and Rhoda Newberry, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roger Newberry and Eunice Ely, his wife. 

Roger Newberry entered the militia as colonel at the begin- 
ning of the war. He served in the New York Campaigns, and 
in 1 78 1 succeeded Erastus Wolcott as brigadier general of the 
First Brigade, which position he held until his death. 

Also No. 2581. 

Miss Helen Margaret Patterson. 4264 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Patterson, Lieut. Ephraim Patterson, of 



98 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

New Hampshire; Matthew Adgate and Capt. Elisha Gilbert, 
of New York. 

Daughter of Elisha Gilbert Patterson and Ellen Maria Tefft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Patterson and Sarah Ann Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Patterson and Lucy Waterman Ad- 
gate, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Patterson and Sarah Chandler, 
his wife; and of Matthew Adgate; and of Elisha Gilbert. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Patterson and Mary Curtiss, his 
wife. 

John Patterson was the town agent of Piermont to distribute 

supplies to soldiers and soldiers' families. 

Ephraim Patterson, in 1776, was sergeant of "Green Moun- 
tain Boys" and lieutenant in Stark's brigade at Bennington. 

Matthew Adgate was chairman of the Committee of Public 
Safety of Canaan during the Revolution. 

Elisha Gilbert was captain in Col. William B. Whiting's regi- 
ment and served in the militia from 1776-83. 

Mrs. Mary Magill Kline. 4265" 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of James F. Kline. 

Descendant of Col. William Montgomery, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Haslett Magill, M. D., and Mary Montgomery, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Montgomery and Christiana Strawbridge, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Montgomery and Margaret Nevin, his 
wife. 

William Montgomery was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress of 1776, and chosen colonel of the Fourth Chester 
County Battalion. In 1777 he removed to the frontier and was 
sent to the Assembly from Northumberland county. 

Also Nos. 1334, 3120. 

Miss Helen Toucey Magill. 4266 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. William Montgomery. 

Daughter of Robert Dunlap Magill and Laura Burr Toucey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Haslett Magill, M. D., and Mary Mont- 
gomery, his wife. 
See No. 4265. 



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Mrs. Anna Margaret Gearhart Youngman. 4267 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of M. G. Youngman. 

Descendant of Maj. John Boyd, of Chester county, Pa. 

Daughter of Bonham Robert Gearhart and Mary Louise Yorks, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Bonham Robert Gearhart and Elizabeth Steele 
Boyd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Boyd and Eliza Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Boyd and Mary Cowen, his wife. 

John Boyd at the beginning of the war served as a private in 
Capt. Bentley's company, Eighth Battalion. He rose to the 
rank of major and at the close of seven years' service returned 
home with horse, saddle and arms his only possessions. 

Also No. 3437. 

Miss Mary Dondel Crull. 4268 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of the mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of John S. Crull and Mary Ann Dondel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Michael Dondel and Sarah Ebert, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Dondel and Catherine Dinkel, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Dondel and Marian Spangler, his 
wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of the mother of Michael 
Dondel, who, in 1775, was captain in Thompson's Pennsylva- 
nia Rifle Regiment, who were the first soldiers south of the 
Hudson river to reach the camp at Cambridge. 

Mrs. Ellen Mendenhall Beale. 4269 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Horace A. Beale. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Culbertson, Lieut. Col. Jona- 
than Jones and Rev. David Jones, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Edwin Mendenhall and Elizabeth Culbertson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Culbertson and Elizabeth Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Culbertson and Margaret Cloyd, his 
wife; Jonathan Jones and Margaret Davis, his wife. 

See No. 4056. 

Samuel Culbertson, in 1776, was captain in the Flying Camp 
Battalion from Chester county. He was captured at Fort 



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Washington, imprisoned on Long Island until 1779, when he 
was sent to New York and not exchanged until 1780. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mendenhall Townsend. 4270 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas B. Townsend. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Culbertson, Lieut. Col. Jona- 
than Jones, and Rev. David Jones, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Edwin Mendenhall and Elizabeth Culbertson, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 4056, 4269. 

Mrs. Florence Monfort Gheen. 4 2 7 ! 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Lieut. Com. Edward H. Gheen, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Col. Solomon Willis, of Tolland, Conn. 

Daughter of Delos A. Monfort and Mary J. Edgerton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Edgerton and Sophronia Willis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Azariah Willis and Deidamia Douglas, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Willis and Elizabeth Lathrop, 
his wife. 

Solomon Willis, in 1775, was captain of a volunteer company 
on duty near Boston; fought at Bunker Hill and joined the 
expedition to Canada, where he was conspicuous for gallantry 
at Quebec and promoted to the rank of colonel. He was a 
member of the General Assembly for twenty-three sessions. 

Also No. 805. 

Miss Elizabeth Downing Pinkerton. 4272 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Pinkerton, Maj. John Culbertson and 
Capt. Robert Lochart, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John James Pinkerton and Sarah Miller Downing, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Pinkerton and Margaret Lochart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Lochart and Margaret Culbertson, his 
wife; John White Pinkerton and Nancy Dorian, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Culbertson and Sarah Denny, his 
wife; Robert Lochart and Phoebe Bailey, his wife; John Pinkerton 
and Rebecca White, his wife. 



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John Culbertson was major of Col. Thomas Moore's First 
Battalion at the battle of Long- Island, and during the contest 
continued to serve with the Chester County Associators. 

Robert Lochart was captain in the Fifth Company, Seventh 
Battalion, Chester county militia, commanded by Col. Gibbons. 

John Pinkerton, in 1777, was a private under Capt. John 
Ramsey in the regiment commanded by Col. John Harrison. 

Miss Rebecca Hemphill. 4273 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph McClellan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Elijah Dallett Hemphill and Rebecca Mickle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hemphill and Catharine Elizabeth Dallett, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hemphill and Ann McClellan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph McClellan and Keziah Parke, his 
wife. 

Joseph McClellan was lieutenant of muskateers; in 1776 cap- 
tain in the battalion commanded by Col. Samuel Atlee and 
fought at Long Island, Brandywine and ^ Monmouth. Gen. 
Wayne wrote on his commission "that on every occasion his 
conduct has been that of a brave, active and vigilant officer." 

Also Nos. 1466, 3623. 

Miss Clara Hemphill. 4274 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph McClellan. 

Daughter of Elijah Dallett Hemphill and Rebecca Mickle, his wife. 
See No. 4273. 

Miss Hannah Andrews Marshall. 427^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Hugh Lloyd, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Pusey Marshall and Frances Lloyd Andrews, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Andrews and Hannah Lloyd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Lloyd and Frances Paschall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Lloyd and Susannah Pearson, his 
wife. 

Hugh Lloyd, in 1774, was a member of the first Com- 



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mittees of Public Safety, and frequently a delegate to the Pro- 
vincial Conventions in Philadelphia. During the war he was 
colonel of the Third Battalion, Chester County Associators. 

Miss Elizabeth Pusey Marshall. 4276 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. Hugh Lloyd. 

Daughter of William Pusey Marshall and Frances Lloyd Andrews, 
his wife. 

See No. 4275. 

Mrs. Martha L. Shafer Guss. 4277 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John Noble Guss. 

Descendant of Rebecca Williams, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of William T. Shafer and Mary E. Evans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Evans and Anne Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Wilson and Hannah Francis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Francis and Anne Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Williams and Rebecca Williams, 
his wife. 

Rebecca Williams was the mother of William Williams, who 
was captured "at Germantown; in 1778 was exchanged and 
promoted June 28th to the rank of lieutenant colonel of the 
Third Pennsylvania Battalion. He resigned in 1780. 

Mrs. Sylvia Contee AIeredith. 4278 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Wife of Elisha E. Meredith. 

Descendant of Lieut. Benjamin Contee and of John Contee. 

Daughter of John Contee, U. S. N., and Mary Lucretia Jolliffe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Contee, U. S. M. C, and Eliza Duckett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Contee. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Contee. 

John Contee was a member of the Committee of Freeholders 
of Prince George county, and signed the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence of the Association of Maryland, July 26, 1775. 

Benjamin Contee, in 1776, was an officer in the Third Bat- 
talion of the Flying Camp, and was appointed commissioner 
to provide for the necessities of the Maryland forces. 



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Miss Julia Rosalie Thomas. 4279 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of John Thomas, of Loudon county, Va. 

Daughter of Henry Wirt Thomas and Julia Jackson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Henry Thomas and Margaret Dailey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Thomas and Catharine Wirt, his wife. 

John Thomas was a soldier in the Third Company, Col. 
Daniel Morgan's Virginia regiment. 

Miss Mary Lynn Conrad. 4280 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Layton Yancey, Col. Daniel Smith and 
Thomas Lewis, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Oliver Conrad and Diana Smith Yancey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William Burbridge Yancey and Mary Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Layton Yancey and Frances Lewis, his wife; 
William Smith and Diana McDonough, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lewis and Jane Strother his wife; 
Daniel Smith and Jane Harrison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lewis and Margaret Lynn, his 
wife; Capt. John Smith and Margaret Schoonhaefer, his wife. 

Thomas Lewis was a member of the House of Delegates at 
the beginning of the outbreak. He served with the Virginia 
forces until the surrender at Yorktown. 

Daniel Smith was in the front at Point Pleasant in 1774, and 
his brave father who had defended the colony against the In- 
dians, mourned because he was too old for active service. 

Layton Yancey, in 1778, was lieutenant in the First Conti- 
nental Dragoons, and his name is in the list of officers for 
whose Revolutionary service Virginia issued land warrants. 

Margaret Lynn Lewis was the mother of Andrew, the com- 
mander and hero of the battle of Point Pleasant, where per- 
ished his gallant brother Charles. She had five sons who 
fought for American Independence. 

Also No. 473. 

Miss Mary Nelson Meade. 4 281 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Col. Richard Kidder Meade, Gen. Thomas 



104 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Nelson, Col. William Cabell and Robert Rives, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Rev. Richard Kidder Meade and Elizabeth Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rt. Rev. William Meade and Mary Nelson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Kidder Meade and Mary Grymes 
Randolph, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Nelson. 

Richard Kidder Meade was captain in 1775, and aide-de- 
camp to Washington from 1777 to the close of the war. 

Thomas Nelson was commander of State forces from 1777- 
82.. He was Governor in 1781, and led the militia at Yorktown. 

Also No. 3481. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Rives, who was a sol- 
dier at Yorktown, and of William Cabell, member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety and a delegate to all the Revolutionary con- 
ventions of the State. 

Also No. 2596. 

Miss Katharine Wigfall Cheatham. 4282 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of John Henry Cheatham. 

Descendant of Theodore Trezevant and of Rev. James 
Hampden Thomson, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Rev. Arthur Thomson Wigfall and Sarah Agnes Bacon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Durand Wigfall and Eliza Thomson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Hampden Thomson and Charlotte Tre- 
zevant, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theodore Trezevant and Katharine Timo- 
thy, his wife. 

Theodore Trezevant was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress of 1775 which instituted revolutionary measures. He 
was taken prisoner in 1780, at the fall of Charleston. 

Also No. 3961. 

James Hampden Thomson, after the capitulation of Charles- 
ton, was seized by Cornwallis for refusing to become a British 
subject, and imprisoned for a year at St. Augustine, where he 
officiated as chaplain to the prisoners who were all officers 
and influential citizens. 



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Miss Bracie Bacon Cheatham. 4283 

Born in South Carolina. 
Descendant of Theodore Trezevant, and of Rev. James 
Hampden Thomson. 
Daughter of John Henry Cheatham and Katharine Wigfall, his wife. 
See No. 4282. 

Miss Sue Elizabeth Dixon. 4284 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Jean Dalzell Bowman, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of John Lee Dixon and Mary Jane Bowman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Gallatin Bowman and Cornelia Virginia By- 
num, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Andrew Bowman and Anne Wynn Bynum, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of B. Bowman and Jean Dalzell, his wife. 

Jean Dalzell Bowman was the mother of John Bowman, who 
was captain in the North Carolina troops and killed at the 
battle of Ramsour's Mill, June 20, 1780. 

Mrs. Jane Maria Champion Garmany. 428^ 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of George Washington Garmany. 

Descendant of Dr. Reuben Champion and of Dr. Reuben 
Champion, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Champion and Eliza Ann Discombe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Champion, Jr., and Silence Ely, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Champion and Lydia Ingram Duncan, 
his wife. 

Reuben Champion gave two sloops to transport the troops 
to Ticonderoga, and went with them as surgeon. He died 
there of camp fever, March 27, 1777. His son Reuben enlisted 
at the age of sixteen and served until the close of the war. 

Also Nos. 1448, 2327. 

Miss Jane Champion Garmany. 4286 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Dr. Reuben Champion and of Dr. Reuben 
Champion, Jr. 

Daughter of George Washington Garmany and Jane Maria Cham- 
pion, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Champion and Eliza Ann Discombe, his 
wife. 

See No. 4285. 



106 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mae Young Wilson Dancy. 4287 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of Dr. William McLaws Dancy. 

Descendant of Richard Fitzpatrick and of Lieut. William 
Fitzpatrick, of Georgia. 

Daughter of George Simpson Wilson and Catherine A. W. Maxey, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas White Maxey and Annie Marie Fitzpat- 
rick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Fitzpatrick and Susan Boswood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Fitzpatrick and Catherine Bell, 
his wife. 

Richard Fitzpatrick entered the army with his two sons, 
John and William. When Savannah fell, he and his son John 
were poisoned with ground glass. 

William Fitzpatrick was lieutenant in the Third South Caro- 
lina regiment. He was presented with a sword for services 
rendered at Savannah, where he was wounded. His wife, at 
great personal risk, carried over the country, on horseback, 
Government papers, which she safely delivered at Savannah. 

Mrs. Florence B. Taylor. 4288 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Richard Lee Taylor. 

Descendant of Capt. Reuben Field, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Lishy and Belle Parsons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Booth Parsons and Emily Oldham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Oldham and Elizabeth Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Field and Fanny Jones, his wife. 

Reuben Field was lieutenant in the Eighth Virginia Regi- 
ment and in 1781 had been promoted to the rank of captain. 
He served seven years and was at the surrender of Cornwallis. 

Mrs. Catharine Lyon Morrow. 4289 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John Morrow. 

Descendant of Capt. Walter Deane, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Robert Lyon and Clarissa Kellogg, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Judge Amos Kellogg and Paulina Deane, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Deane and Abigail Adams, his wife. 



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Walter Deane entered the army as ensign and fought at the 
battles of White Plains, Trenton, Brandywine, Saratoga, Mon- 
mouth, and was at the surrender of Cornwallis. He was re- 
tired as captain in 1783, and was a member of the original So- 
ciety of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 3639. 

Mrs. Julia Welles Griswold Smith. 4290 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William H. H. Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Roger Welles, Capt. Martin Kellogg 
and Sergt. Alexander Griswold, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hezekiah Griswold and Frances N. Welles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roger Welles and Electa Stanley, his wife; Heze- 
kiah Griswold and Mindwell Winchell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Welles and Jemina Kellogg, his wife; 
Alexander Griswold and Abigail Barnard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Martin Kellogg and Mary Boardman, his 
wife. 

Roger Welles, upon graduating from Yale, entered the army 
in 1775, and remained until the surrender at Yorktown. He 
belonged to a picked band of officers under Lafayette, who 
were over six feet tall. He rose to the rank of captain and was 
a member of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 888, 3286. 

Martin Kellogg was captain in the Sixth Militia Regiment. 

Alexander Griswold served with the militia on the Hudson. 

Mrs. Betsey Kendall King. 4291 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Joseph Warren King. 

Descendant of Maj. Elihu Kent and of Sergt. Elihu Kent, Jr., 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Capt. Simon Kendall and Elizabeth Kent, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elihu Kent, Jr., and Elizabeth Fitch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Kent and Rebecca Kellogg, his wife. 

Elihu Kent was captain of Suffield county minute men that 
turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He was major of the 
First Regiment of militia, and served to the close of the war. 

Elihu Kent, Jr., enlisted when a lad and was sergeant in 1780 
when captured at Horseneck. 

Also Nos. 1277, 3271, 3938. 



Io8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Isadora King. 4292 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Joseph King, Maj. Elihu Kent, Sergt. Elifiu 
Kent, Jr., all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Warren King and Betsey Kendall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bowker King and Hannah Newton, his wife; 
Simon Kendall and Elizabeth Kent, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph King and Tryphena Kendall Bowker, 
his wife. 

See No. 4291. \ 

Joseph King turned out in Capt. Elihu Kent's company at 
the Lexington Alarm. From 1776-78 he served under differ- 
ent commands, and in 1781 enlisted for three years in Shel- 
don's Dragoons. His name is«on the pension list of 1818. 

Mrs. Mary Mitchell Hutchinson. 4293 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Maj. Robert Randolph Hutchinson. 

Descendant of Col. James Taylor, of Caroline county, Va. 

Daughter of Col. David D. Mitchell and Martha Eliza Berry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Taylor Berry and Frances T. Christy, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Washington Berry and Alice Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Taylor and Ann Hubbard, his wife. 

James Taylor was a member of the House of Delegates; 
chairman of the Committee of Safety and authorized by the 
Governor to organize a regiment of minute men. He was a 
delegate to the convention that framed the Constitution of the 
State and during forty years civil service was an earnest advo- 
cate of religious and political liberty. 

Also Nos. 267, 1844, 2952, 3329. 

Mrs. Julia Chamberlin Drake. 4294 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Harvey W. Drake. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Chamberlin, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Abner Chamberlin and Mary Hazeltine, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlin and Nancy McAllister, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlin and Ruth Preston, his wife. 



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Joseph Chamberlin was lieutenant in Capt. Thomas John- 
son's company of minute men at the capture of Ticonderoga. 
From 1777-79 he was in Capt. John Gideon Bayley's company, 
Col. Peter Olcott's regiment on "scouting and guarding" duty. 
He responded to various alarms until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Sarah Ellen Whittredge West. 429^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Edward West. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Webb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Henry T. Whittredge and Ruth Putnam Webb, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Webb and Sarah Hodges Putnam, his 
wife. 

Stephen Webb, in 1776, enlisted under Capt. Benjamin 
Ward and in 1777 served as quartermaster on the brigatine 
"Tyrannicide." In 1779 he commanded the "Saratoga;" in 
1781 the "Commerce." At the close of the war he was cap- 
tain of the Coast Guards of Salem. 

Miss Annie Florence Ellsworth. 4296 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth, of Windsor, 
Conn. 

Daughter of Henry William Ellsworth and Mary Elizabeth West, 
his wife. 

See No. 4096. 

Mrs. Clara Burnham Mills Cooper. 4297 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Herbert Cooper. 

Descendant of Oliver Burnham, of Cornwall, Conn. 

Daughter of Roger Henry Mills and Harriet Ann North, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alvin North and Clarissa Burnham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Burnham and Sarah Rogers, his wife. 

Oliver Burnham was fifteen when he enlisted in Col. Willis' 
regiment for the defense of Boston. He took part in the battle 
of Long Island and was with Knowlton's Rangers when cap- 
tured November 16, 1776. He made his escape and served 
until wounded which disabled him from further duty. 



IIO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Miss Mary Pearce Phelps. 4 2 9 8 

Born in Mississippi. 

Descendant of Gen. Jonathan Clark, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Alonzo Jefferson Phelps and Mary Bullock Vick, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry William Vick and Sarah Pearce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Pearce and Ann Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clark and Ann Hite, his life. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Ann Rogers, his wife. 

Jonathan Clark fought at Brandywine, Germantown, Mon- 
mouth and was at the attack on Paulus Hook. He was cap- 
tured at Charleston and in 1781 was exchanged, serving to the 
close of the war. When he was chosen the first major general 
of militia there was not a dissenting voice in the Assembly. 

Ann Rogers Clark was the mother of Gen. George Rogers 
Clark, the gallant officer and distinguished explorer. 

Also Nos. 174, 1090. 

Mrs. Helen Heath Durand. 4299 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Elliott Durand. 

Descendant of John Dickerman, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Monroe Heath ond Julia Dickerman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Dickerman and Catherine Trask, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Dickerman and Thankful Smith, his wife. 

John Dickerman, when sixteen, enlisted in 1781 under Capt. 
James Blakeley in the regiment commanded by Col. Samuel 
Fletcher. He received a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Caroline Trumbull Underwood. 4300 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of J. Piatt Underwood. 

Descendant of Benjamin Trumbull, D. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Trumbull and Caroline Murray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Trumbull and Elizabeth Mather, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Trumbull, D. D., and Martha 
Phelps, his wife. 

Benjamin Trumbull was chaplain of the regiments com- 
manded by David Wooster and William Douglass, and was in 
the battles of Long Island and White Plains. He was captain 
of volunteers in 1777 raised in North Haven. 



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Mrs. Eliza Denison Jameson. 4301 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of John Alexander Jameson. 

Descendant of Corp. Calvin Skinner, of Woodstock, Conn. 

Daughter of Joseph A. Denison, M. D., and Eliza Skinner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Skinner and Sally Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Skinner and Eleanor Porter, his wife. 

Calvin Skinner was a private at the Lexington Alarm and 
corporal in the Eleventh Militia Regiment at the battle of 
Trenton. He died from the effects of fever and the hardships 
while encamped at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Emily Twogood Satterlee. 4302 

Born in New York. 

Wife of M. L. Satterlee. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Vandercook and of Michael 
Vandercook, of New York. 

Daughter of William Twogood and Sarah Vandercook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Michael S. Vandercook and Mehitable Has- 
kins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Vandercook and Lavina Vander Hofr, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Vandercook and Cornelia Van 
Ness, his wife. 

Simon Vandercook received his first commission from Gov. 
George Clinton in 1778, and served under Col. Peter Yates. 
He rose to the rank of captain and had three brothers fighting 
for American Independence. 

Michael Vandercook was a patriot too old to enter the field, 
but gave liberally to aid the cause. 

Also No. 3471. 

Mrs. Ruth Beardsley Griggs. 4^03 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of John William Griggs. 

Descendant of Maj. Ephraim Sawyer, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jerome John Beardsley and Mary Minerva Gregory, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Gregory and Electa Sawyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Green Sawyer and Irene Ransom, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Sawyer and Dolly Wilder, his 
wife. 



112 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ephraim Sawyer was one of the commissioners of Lancaster, 
and major of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He took 
part in the battle of Bunker Hill, and in the campaign against 
Burgoyne. He had five sons in the service. 

Also Nos. 162, 961. 

Mrs. Adeline E. Willey Walker. 4304 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Artemas B. Walker. 

Descendant of Capt. Zechariah Hungerford, Sergt. John 
Rider and Timothy Rider, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Wilson Willey and Harriet Rider, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Titus Willey and Lucy Hungerford, his wife; 
Timothy Rider and Patience Dennis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zechariah Hungerford and Lydia Bigelow, 
his wife; John Rider and Sarah Ruggles, his wife. 

Zechariah Hungerford, a sergeant in the Connecticut troops, 
rose to the rank of captain in Col. Samuel McClellan's regi- 
ment, and served until honorably discharged in 1781. 

John Rider, in 1778, was sergeant under Capt. Barnabas 
Dotey and turned out at different alarms. 

Timothy Rider, when fifteen, enlisted for short service in 
Capt. Timothy Ruggles' company. 

Also No. 806. 

Mrs. Louise Watts Wardwell. 4305" 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Atwater Murdoch Wardwell. 

Descendant of Capt. John Watts, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Sebree Watts and Elizabeth Ann Howe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Watts and Fannie Sebree, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Watts and Sarah Barnett, his wife. 

John Watts was cornet in the State Dragoons and in 1776 
lieutenant in the First Continental Dragoons. He rose to the 
rank of captain in Col. George Baylor's regiment and was 
wounded at Eutaw Springs. He served to the close of the 
war and received a land grant for seven years' service. 

Also No. 2668. 

Mrs. Margaretta Stewart Bowers Davis. 4306 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Maj. Charles L. Davis, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Col. Charles Stewart, of New Jersey. 



PLA TE II. 




i Miss Virginia Miller, 2 Mrs. Martha Cilley Bouton Clarke, 

N. No. 161. State Regent, D. C. N. No. 124. State Regent, New Hampshire. 

3 Miss Susan Carrington Clark, 

N. No. 944. State Regent, Connecticut. 

4 Mrs. Sarah Isabelle Hubbard, 5 Miss Amelia Sumner Knight, 

N. No. 635. State Regent, California. N. No. 1675. State Regent, Rhode Island. 



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Daughter of Henry John Myer Bowers and Phila Theta Marshall 
Crain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Myer Bowers and Margaretta Matilda Stew- 
art Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Wilson and Martha Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Stewart and Mary Oakley John- 
son, his wife. 

Charles Stewart, in 1775-76, was a deputy from Hunterdon 
county to the Provincial Congress, and colonel of minute men. 
In 1777 he was appointed commissary general of issues of 
the Continental Army, serving until 1782. 

Mrs. Mary Frances Pomeroy Wells. 4307 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Brooks Hughes Wells, M. D. 

Descendant of Rev. Benjamin Pomeroy, Elihu Pomeroy, 
Corp. Stephen Barber, Eleazar Bulkley and Isaac Williams, 
all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Pomeroy and Mary Josephine Bulkley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Pomeroy and Jerusha Williams, his 
wife; Andrew Bulkley and Sarah Dimon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Pomeroy and Lydia Barber, his wife; 
Eleazar Bulkley and Mary Ogden, his wife; Isaac Williams and Phebe 
Williams, his wife. 

See Nos. 4006, 4010. 

Miss Eleanor Andrews. 4308 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of John Andrews, Joseph Hyde and Ebenezer 
Jesup, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Andrews and Rachel Hyde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Andrews and Lydia Gorham, his wife; Jo- 
seph Hyde and Arete Jesup, his wife. 

See No. 4005. 

John Andrews volunteered in Capt. Eliphalet Thorpe's com- 
pany and was in the New York Campaign of 1776. In 1778 he 
served in the artillery under Lieut. John Odell; 1779 was in 
the team service, conveying guns for the army; also fought 
at Fairfield and Greens Farms. In 1780 he enlisted in Capt. 
Stanton's company, Elisha Sheldon's regiment of Light Dra- 
goons and served to the close of the war. 



114 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Charlotte Malvina Bulkley. 4309 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Redfield, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Bulkley and Charlotte Clarke, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bulkley and Sarah Redfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Redfield and Mary Hull Jennings, his 
wife. 

James Redfield, in 1776, was sergeant in Capt. Jonathan 
Dimon's company at New York and the battle of White Plains. 
His house was plundered at the burning of Fairfield. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hadlock Bulkley. 4310 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Edward Morton Bulkley. 

Descendant of Capt. Nehemiah Lovewell, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Clarke Hadlock and Lydia Taplin Lovewell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Lovewell and Polly Taplin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zaccheus Lovewell and Hepsibah Taplin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Lovewell and Rachel Farwell, 
his wife. 

Nehemiah Lovewell was a private in Capt. William Walker's 
company at the battle of Bunker Hill and a captain in Timothy 
Bedell's regiment in the expedition to Canada in 1777. 

Miss Harriet Dimon. 43 u 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of John Andrews, of Fairfield, Conn. 
Daughter of William Burr Dimon and Temperance Andrews, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Andrews and Lydia Gorham, his wife. 
See No. 4308. 

Mrs. Delia Dimon Black Gould. 4312 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of David Henry Gould. 
Descendant of John Andrews. 

Daughter of William Black and Delia Maria Dimon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Burr Dimon and Temperance Andrews, 
his wife. 

See Nos. 4308, 431 1. 



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Mrs. Cornelia H. Hughes Dayton. 4313 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of William Berrian Dayton. 

Descendant of John Hotchkiss and of Ebenezer Huggins, of 
New Haven, Conn. 

Daughter of Enos Brooks Miles Hughes and Louisa Walter Bishop, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Bishop and Esther Huggins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Bishop and Louisa Hotchkiss, his 
wife; Ebenezer Huggins and Mary Dickerman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hotchkiss and Susanna Jones, his 
wife. 

John Hotchkiss was among the twenty-three men who fell 
J uI y 5. l 779> when Gov. Tryon attacked New Haven. 

Also No. 3363. 

Ebenezer Huggins was captured at New Haven and impris- 
oned on the "J er sey," but soon made his escape. His young 
family found a protector in a British officer of high rank, who 
wrote upon the door, "Let no one enter here." 

Mrs. Julia Andrews Black Pell. 4^4 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John Bogert Pell. 

Descendant of John Andrews, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Black and Delia Maria Dimon, his wife. 
See Nos. 4308, 431 1. 

Mrs. Jerusha Talcott Robinson Rockwell. 4315- 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Charles Rockwell. 
Descendant of John Osborne, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Robinson and Jerusha Talcott Osborne, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Osborne and Jerusha Talcott Bulkley, his 
wife. 

John Osborne, in 1777, was a soldier in Capt. Eliphalet 
Thorp's company, and in 1779-80 served in the Fourth Bri- 
gade of militia. His name is on the Fairfield pension list. 

Miss Anna Robinson Rockwell. 4316 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of John Osborne. 



Il6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles Rockwell and Jerusha Talcott Robinson, his 
wife. 
See No. 4315. 

Miss Frances Wakeman. 4317 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Joseph Strong and of Stephen Fowler, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Zalmon Bradley Wakeman and Sarah Ann Fowler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Fowler and Mary Strong, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Strong and Comfort Nichols, his wife. 

Joseph Strong, in the beginning of the war, held various civil 
offices; from 1777-81 served in the Fifth Regiment of militia. 

Stephen Fowler, in 1781, was in the coast defense under 
Capt. Peter Vail. 

Miss Lottie Alvord Lacey. 4318 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Bradley, of Fairfield, Conn. 

Daughter of Charles Lacey and Sarah Elizabeth Sherwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Sherwood and Mary Banks Alvord, his 
wife; Benjamin Lacey and Peggy Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Alvord and Betsey Bradley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Bradley and Elizabeth Stratton, 
his wife. 

See No. 4007. 

Daniel Bradley, in 1776, was in Col. Lewis' regiment 
which was in the retreat from New York and the battle of 
Harlem Heights. He fought at Germantown and Monmouth 
and served until honorably discharged at West Point, Novem- 
ber 3, 1783. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Louisa Wells Curtis. 4319 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Roderick Perry Curtis. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Huggins and of John Hotchkiss, 
of New Haven, Conn. 

Daughter of Edward Livingston Wells and Mary Huder Hughes, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Enos Brooks Miles Hughes and Louisa Walter 
Bishop, his wife. 
See No. 4313. 

Miss Elizabeth Ficklen Boyce. 4320 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of John Boyce, of Newberry, S. C. 

Daughter of Rev. Dr. James Petigru Boyce and Elizabeth Ficklen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Ker Boyce and Amanda Johnston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Boyce and Elizabeth Miller, his wife. 

John Boyce fought under his brother, Alexander Boyce, who 
fell at the head of his company, in a gallant attempt to break 
the British lines at Savannah. He was in the battles of Black 
Storks, Cowpens, Eutaw and King's Mountain. His property 
was destroyed, but he escaped death by a faithful slave cutting 
the cords with which the Tories were preparing to hang him. 

Mrs. Mary Matilda Henry Pease. 4321 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Fred S. Pease. 
Descendant of Peter Gale, of Barre, Vt. 

Daughter of William Wirt Henry and Mary Jane Beebe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Madison Henry and Matilda Gale, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Gale and Hannah Tottingham, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Gale and Prudence French, his wife. 
Peter Gale was on the muster roll of Royalston in Col. John 
Jacobs' regiment, in the campaign of 1778. 

Mrs. Jennie Parthenia Cross Trull. 4322 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of J. F Trull. 

Descendant of Thomas Webster, of Exeter, N. H. 

Daughter of George Henry Cross and Ellen Matthews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Harrison Cross and Caroline Webster 
Houston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Houston and Polly Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Webster and Polly Goodhue, his 
wife. 

Thomas Webster turned out in 1775 for a short tour, and in 
1777 enlisted in the Tenth Company, Second Regiment of 
Foot, under Col. Enoch Poor, for three years or the war. 

Also No. 3663. 



Il8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Lynde Cochrane. 4323 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Alexander Cochrane. 

Descendant of Judge James Sullivan, of Maine. 

Daughter of John Langdon Sullivan and Mary Elizabeth Lynde, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Russell Sullivan and Charlotte Caldwell 
Blake, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Langdon Sullivan and Elizabeth Russell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Sullivan and Hetty Odiorne, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Sullivan and Margery Brown, 
his wife. 

James Sullivan, in 1775-76, was a member of the Provincial 
Congress and command of the militia of the District of Maine. 
He was Judge of the Superior Court, 1776-82, when he re- 
signed and was elected to the Continental Congress. 

Margery Brown Sullivan was the mother of four patriots, 
Hon. James, Capt. Daniel, a minute man, who died on "The 
Old Jersey;" Capt. Eben, captured May 9, 1774, at the battle 
of The Cedars; and Maj. Gen. John, a brilliant but impetuous 
leader. He was much esteemed by Washington, who at the 
evacuation of Boston, March 17, 1776, in compliment of the 
Irish soldiers, gave "St. Patrick" as the countersign, and ap- 
pointed Gen. Sullivan officer of the day. He was the first 
president of the Society of the Cincinnati of New Hampshire. 

Mrs. Frances Ellen Henshaw Kingsbury. 4324 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas Kingsbury. 

Descendant of Col. William Henshaw, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Henshaw and Deborah Starkweather, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henshaw and Phebe Swan, his wife. 

William Henshaw was a member of the Provincial Congress, 
when on November 23, 1774, that body voted to enroll 12,000 
minute men. He led a regiment to Cambridge at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and was one of the Council of War who ordered 
"fortifications to be thrown up," provoking the attack at Bun- 
ker Hill. He was with Washington at the battles of Long 
Island, White Plains, Trenton and Princeton. 



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Mrs. Anne Appleton Wells Cummings. 432^ 

Born in Maine. 

Widow of Benjamin Chandler Cummings. 

Descendant of Isaac Appleton, of New Ipswich, N. H. 

Daughter of Samuel Wells and Louisa Ann Appleton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Appleton and Ann Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Appleton and Mary Adams, his wife. 

Isaac Apppleton was a member of the Provincial Congress 
in 1775, and turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He was in 
the battle of White Plains, and from 1777-80 a member of the 
Committee of Correspondence and Supply. 

Miss Caroline Ticknor. 4326 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Elisha Ticknor, of New Hampshire, and 
Ens. Benjamin Holt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Holt Ticknor and Caroline Coolidge Cush- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Davis Ticknor and Emeline Staniford 
Holt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ticknor and Betsy Ellis, his wife; Ben- 
jamin Holt and Ruth Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Ticknor and Deborah Davis, his 
wife; Benjamin Holt and Esther Webb, his wife. 

Elisha Ticknor was in the successful expedition to Crown 
Point, May 12, 1775. 

Benjamin Holt was sergeant at the siege of Boston, and en- 
sign in the Fourth Regiment at Germantown, in the brave de- 
fense of Fort Mifflin, and wintered at Valley Forge. 

Miss Sarah Huntington Hooker. 4327 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Gen. Jedediah Huntington, Gen. Jabez Hunt- 
ington and Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. Edward William Hooker and Faith Trumbull 
Huntington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Mary Lanman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Huntington and Faith Trumbull, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Elizabeth Tracy 
Backus, his wife; Jonathan Trumbull and Faith Robinson, his wife. 

See Nos. 4035, 4156, 4161. 



120 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Kate Fairbank Flint. 4328 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Harrison Flint. 

Descendant of Zacheus Fairbank, of Framingham, Mass. 

Daughter of Woodbury Fairbank and Merriam Wilcox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zacheus Fairbank and Martha Gates, his wife. 

Zacheus Fairbank turned out in Capt. Micajah Gleason's 
company at the Lexington Alarm, and was in service in New 
York in Capt. A. Gardner's company, Col. Brooks' regiment, 
until mustered out in 1776. 

Mrs. Kate Flint Mason. 4329 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of C. Edmund Mason. 
Descendant of Zacheus Fairbank. 
Daughter of Harrison Flint and Kate Fairbank, his wife. 
See No. 4328. 

Mrs. Grace J. Flint Lephart. 4330 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George F. Lephart. 
Descendant of Zacheus Fairbank. 
Daughter of Harrison Flint and Kate Fairbank, his wife. 
See No. 4328. 

Mrs. Eleanor Augusta Maltby Benedict. 4331 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Hobart Benedict. 

Descendant of Elizabeth Fowler Maltby, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of George Williams Maltby and Sarah Bogart, his wife. 
See No. 4205. 

Mrs, Emily Williams Maltby Alling. 4332 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles E. Alling. 

Descendant of Elizabeth Fowler Maltby, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of George Williams Maltby and Sarah Bogart, his wife. 
See No. 4205. 

Mrs. Agnes Morse Hitchcock. 4333 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Watson C. Hitchcock. 
Descendant of Benjamin Piatt, of Milford, Conn. 



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Daughter of Luther Morse and Adelia Piatt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Piatt and Nancy Bristol, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Piatt and Abigail Green, his wife. 

Benjamin Piatt was a soldier in Capt. Charles Smith's com- 
pany, Waterbury's brigade, and was severely wounded at the 
burning of Danbury by the British and Tories under Tryon. 

Also No. 3393. 

Miss A. Louise Hitchcock. 4334 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Benjamin Piatt. 

Daughter of Watson C. Hitchcock and Agnes Morse, his wife. 
See No. 4333- 

Mrs. Harriet Emmons Ford Stewart. 43 3 £ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Stewart. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jacob Ford, of New York. 

Daughter of DeWitt Ford and Caroline M. Fairchild, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliakim Reed Ford and Harriet Emmons, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvester Ford and Lydia Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Ford and Abigail Curtis, his wife. 

Jacob Ford was captain of the Fourth Company, Second 
Clavarack Battalion, Albany county militia, and when he re- 
signed in 1778 he had risen to the rank of lieutenant colonel. 

Mrs. Harriet Foster Saunders Douglas. 4336 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Irving A. Douglas. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Holman, of Sutton, Mass. 

Daughter of Howard Saunders and Sarah Georgiana Foster, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Foster and Sarah K. Holman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Waters Holman and Sarah Knapp, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Holman and Hannah Sibley, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Holman was colonel of the Sutton regiment, which 
after the evacuation of Boston fought at Long Island, White 
Plains and Saratoga. After the surrender of Burgoyne, he was 
active in raising troops and forwarding supplies. 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Katherine M. Dering. 4337 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Hon. Thomas Dering. 

Daughter of Nicoll Havens Dering, M. D., and Frances Huntington, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Sylvester Dering and Mary Katherine Ha- 
vens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Dering and Mary Sylvester, his wife. 

Thomas Dering was a member of the Continental Congress 
and a delegate to the convention which met at Fishkill, in 
1776, to form a constitution for the State of New York. 

Miss Elvira Brokaw. 4338 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Tuttle, of Woodbridge, N. J. 

Daughter of Isaac Vail Brokaw and Elvira Gould, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Gould and Eloise Elvira Tuttle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Tuttle and Elizabeth Farrand, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Tuttle and Mary Ward, his wife. 

Timothy Tuttle, in 1775, served with his four brothers in the 
First New Jersey Regiment, then under the command of that 
valuable officer William Alexander (Lord Stirling). 

Also Nos. 523, 1751. 

Miss Emma B. Frick. 4339 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Michael Gotschall, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Frick and Mary Wilson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Frick and Elizabeth Gotschall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Gotschall and Catharine Matter, his 
wife. 

Michael Gotschall, in 1776, was in Capt. Barnard Zimmer- 
man's company, Col. Mathias Slough's battalion of Lancaster 
County Associators, on duty in the Jerseys. 

Also No. 3237. 

Mrs. Mary Roach Archer. 4340 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Pierce Archer. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Roach, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Joseph Huddell Roach and Eliza Walter Jones, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Maj. Isaac Roach and Mary Huddell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Roach and Martha Scanlan, his wife. 

Isaac Roach, during the contest, commanded the "Han- 
cock," "Franklin," "Congress," "Delaware" and "Chatham," 
which were chiefly engaged in protecting the Delaware river,, 
and took part in the defense of Fort Mifflin. 

Mrs. Rachel Hughes Hayes. 4341 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William M. Hayes. 

Descendant of Capt. Roger Kirk and of Capt. Elisha 
Hughes, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Neal Russell and Amelia Kirk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Kirk and Hannah Mullen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Kirk and Rachel Hughes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Hughes. 

Roger Kirk was captain of the Fourth Battalion, Chester 
County Associators, under Col. William Montgomery, in the 
Campaign of 1776. 

Elisha Hughes, in 1777, served as captain of militia. 

Mrs. Martha May Rothrock. 4342 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. Joseph T. Rothrock. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Potts and of Lieut. Col. Thomas 
Bull, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Addison May and Elizabeth Shafer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert May and Ruth Potts, his wife; Hon. Sam- 
uel Shafer and Martha Bull, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Potts and Anna Nutt Savage, his 
wife; Thomas Bull and Ann Hunter, his wife. 

See No. 4256. 

Thomas Potts, in 1775, was a member of the Assembly from 
Philadelphia county, and in 1776 captain of riflemen, giving 
liberally of his large means to equip the regiment. He was a 
member of the convention to form the State government. 

Mrs. Ruhamah Ludlow Hunt. 434? 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Hon. Randell Hunt. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey; CoL 
James Dunlop, and Col. James Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 



124 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of James C. Ludlow and Josephine C. Dunlop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Ludlow and Charlotte Chambers, his wife; 
and of Andrew Dunlop. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Ludlow and Catherine Cooper, his 
wife; James Chambers and Catherine Hamilton, his wife; and of James 
Dunlop. 

Cornelius Ludlow was lieutenant colonel of the Eastern bat- 
talion when it was detailed to cover Washington's retreat 
across New Jersey, after the evacuation of New York. He was 
at Trenton, Princeton and Germantown, but resigned Novem- 
ber 13, 1777, on account of disability. 

James Dunlop, 1776, entered the army as major of the Sixth 
Battalion, under Col. William Irvine, and in 1780 commanded 
the Cumberland County Associators. 

James Chambers was captain in Thompson's rifle regiment 
at the siege of Boston. He was colonel of the First Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Line, at the battle of Long Island, was wounded 
at Brandywine, and had horses shot under him at Paoli and 
Germantown. He resigned from the army after six years' 
service; was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati, and 
founded the town of Chambersburg. 

Also No. 2794. 

Mrs. Bella Cowan Rhea. 4344 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Dr. Robert M. Rhea. 

Descendant of Capt. William Christian, Capt. Andrew Rus- 
sell, of Virginia, and Samuel Barnaby, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James H. Cowan and Lucinda Dickinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Cowan and Margaret Russell, his wife; 
Perez Dickinson and Lucinda Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Russell and Margaret Christian, his 
wife; Nathaniel Foster and Lydia Barnaby, his wife; Nathan Dick- 
inson and Esther Fowler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Christian and Mary Campbell, his 
wife; Samuel Barnaby and Sylvia Winslow, his wife. 

William Christian, in 1776, comanded a company from Au- 
gusta county against the Indians in the southwest. 

Andrew Russell, in 1776, was captain of the Fifth Virginia. 

Samuel Barnaby was a delegate to the First Constitutional 
Convention and a member of the Committee of Correspond- 
ence and Public Safety of Freetown. 



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Esther Fowler Dickinson was the mother of Timothy Dick- 
inson, who when sixteen joined the militia during the cam- 
paign against Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Lucy Cowan Finegan. 4345- 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Gen. Joseph Finegan. 

Descendant of Capt. William Christian, Capt. Andrew Rus- 
sell and Samuel Barnaby. 
Daughter of James H. Cowan and Lucinda Dickinson, his wife. 
See No. 4344. 

Mrs. Lula Dickinson Alexander Tipton. 4346 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Jonathan Tipton. 

Descendant of Capt. William Christian, Capt. Andrew Rus- 
sell, Samuel Barnaby and Capt. James White. 

Daughter of Charles McClung Alexander and Lucy Cowan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James H. Cowan and Lucinda Dickinson, his wife; 
Ebenezer Alexander and Margaret McClung, his wife. 

See No. 4344. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles McClung and Margaret White, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James White and Mary Lawson, his wife. 

James White received land warrants from North Carolina 
• for services rendered during the Revolution, and Knoxville 
now stands, where he located the grant and laid out the city. 

Also Nos. 2907, 3316. 

Mrs. Edith Allen Orum. 4347 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of William C. Orum. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Tilden and of Joseph Loomis, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Cutler Allen and Mary Champion, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Salmon Champion and Lydia W. Loomis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Loomis and Lucy Tilden, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Loomis and Lydia Bosworth, his 
wife; and of Daniel Tilden. 

Joseph Loomis turned out at the Lexington Alarm, was at 
the battle of Bunker Hill and not mustered out for a year. 
He re-enlisted in 1780, and served under Col. John Durkee. 



126 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daniel Tilden was a Selectman and a member of the General 
Assembly of Connecticut. He led a company at the battle of 
Trenton and for his services received a pension. 

Mrs. Jeanie Daniels Lilley, 4348 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James R. Lilley. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Rowley, Jr., and of Thomas 
Rowley, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Charles Daniels and Mary Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Porter and Cordelia Skaats, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John E. Skaats and Lucretia Rowley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Thomas Rowley, Jr. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Rowley. 

Thomas Rowley, Jr., one of the "Green Mountain Boys," 
was at the capture of Ticonderoga and the battle of Benning- 
ton. He served to the close of the war. 

Thomas Rowley represented Danby in the Legislature; was 
chairman of the Committee of Safety and aided in forming the 
Constitution of the State while a resident of Rowley's Point. 

Mrs. Mary Pratt Winslow Staples. 4349 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of David Jackson Staples. 

Descendant of Dr. Shadrach Winslow, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Eleazer Robbins Winslow and Ann Corbett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shadrach Winslow and Elizabeth Robbins, his 
wife. 

Shadrach Winslow, at the breaking out of the war, contrib- 
uted largely to the fitting out of a ship and served on board as 
surgeon. He was captured, confined on the "Old Jersey," and 
when released was surgeon's mate on the "Hazard." 

Miss Matilda J. Ramsey. 4390 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Deavor, of Maryland. 
Daughter of Judge Silas Ramsey and Mary Deavor Chandler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Chandler and Livisa Fort, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Fort and Mary Deavor, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Deavor and Hannah Coberly, his 
wife. 

John Deavor was lieutenant in 1777 in the Third Regiment, 
commanded by Mordecai Gist. When the British were en- 
deavoring to decoy Washington from his position at White 
Marsh, this regiment was in the skirmish line to watch the 
movements of the enemy, and the list of wounded bears wit- 
ness to the bravery of the Maryland troops. 

Miss Fanny L. Ramsey. 43^1 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Deavor. 

Daughter of Judge Silas Ramsey and Mary Deavor Chandler, his 
wife. 

See No. 4350. 

Mrs. Martha Aurelia Ryan. 4^2 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of William King Ryan. 

Descendant of Col. Anthony White, Capt. Charles Gee, Capt. 
David Hunter and Andrew Hunter, all of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Samuel Blackwell, Jr., and Caroline Matilda Hunter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Hunter and Jeannette Gee, his wife; Samuel 
Blackwell and Mary Ann Hamlin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Gee and Judith Rives, his wife; An- 
drew Hunter and Matilda Hickman, his wife; John Hamlin and 
Joanna White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Anthony White and Mary Ann Barton, his 
wife; and of David Hunter. 

Anthony White, in 1780, was an officer in the cavalry. 

Charles Gee served in the militia and commanded a com- 
pany at Eutaw Springs, where he was wounded. 

David Hunter was captain at the battle of "Ninety-Six." 

Andrew Hunter was a leader of the Whigs, and once when 
in search of a band of Tories, his party was outnumbered, but 
he escaped by capturing the horse of the "Infamous Fanning," 
the most cruel Tory leader in that State. 

Also No. 3321. 

Miss Mary Rogers Cabot. 4^3 

Born in Vermont. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Rogers and of Jonathan Rogers. 



128 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Norman Franklin Cabot and Lucy Brooks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marston Cabot and Mary Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Rogers and Sarah Mayes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Rogers and Jane Ewins, his wife. 

Jonathan Rogers, in 1775, was a private in the company of 
his father, Lieut. John Rogers, and in 1776 served under Capt. 
Wetherbee, Col. Wyman's regiment, New Hampshire Line. 

Mrs. Frances Porter Everts. 43^4 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Martin G. Everts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Eleazer Wheelock, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Porter and Hepzibah Wheelock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Wheelock, who fought at Bunker 
Hill and was at the siege of Boston in Capt. Thomas Whee- 
lock's company. He was in different commands from 1776-80. 

Mrs. Abby Frances Wheeler Smith. 43^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Julius Michael Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. David Wheeler and of Lieut. Ephraim 
Wheeler, of Concord, Mass. 

Daughter of Henry Adams Wheeler and Dolly Kendall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Wheeler and Sarah Parkman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Wheeler and Sarah Haywood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Wheeler and Sarah Merriam, his 
wife. 

David Wheeler was a member of the Committee of Corres- 
pondence and captain of militia at Concord. He was with the 
troops at White Plains and in other engagements. 

Ephraim Wheeler had Government stores in his barn, which 
the British wished to capture, and it was to destroy these that 
the attack was made on Concord, where he fought with the 
militia. In 1776 he was lieutenant in the Fourth Company, 
Third Regiment, Massachusetts Line. 

Also No. 2389. 

Mrs. Rebecca Wheeler Todd. 4^6 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Thomas Todd. 



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Descendant of Lieut. Ephraim Wheeler and of Capt. David 
Wheeler. 
Daughter of Henry Adams Wheeler and Dolly Kendall, his wife. 

See No. 4355- 

Miss Gertrude Todd. 4^7 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ephraim Wheeler and of Capt. David 
Wheeler. 

Daughter of Thomas Todd and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Adams Wheeler and Dolly Kendall, his 
wife. 

See No. 4355. 

Mrs. Annie Maria Hill Ross. 4^8 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Edward Luther Ross. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Marsh, of Royalston, Mass. 

Daughter of Sullivan Dearborn Hill and Caroline M. Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Ransom Hill and Mary Dunbar, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Fisher Hill and Betsey Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Marsh and Rebekah Wilder, his 
wife. 

Samuel Marsh, in 1777, was sergeant in Capt. Benjamin 
Bonney's company, Col. Samuel Brewer's regiment. 

Miss Lucinda Carolyn Howard. 4^9 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Hartwell and of Capt. Jonas 
Brigham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Frederick Howard and Ella Jane Brigham, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Snell Howard and Julia Ann Howard, 
his wife; Lemuel Hawley Brigham and Lucinda Denison Bamford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alfred Howard and Hannah Hartwell, his 
wife; Luther Brigham and Eunice Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hartwell and Abihal Lothrop, his 
wife; Jonas Brigham, Jr., and Hannah Draper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Brigham and Persis Baker, his 
wife. 

Isaac Hartwell, in 1777, was lieutenant of the Fourteenth 
Massachusetts Regiment, and also served as recruiting officer. 



130 DAUGHTERS OF 1 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jonas Brigham at the beginning of the war was Selectman 
of Westboro, member of a Vigilance Committee and delegate 
to the Provincial Congress at Concord. 

Miss Laura A. Simmons. 4360 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Reuben Marcy and of Lieut. John 
Holmes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Clark Simmons and Maryette Byles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Byles and Betsey Marcy, his wife; Abel 
Simmons and Hannah Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Marcy and Hannah Gillette, his wife; 
John Holmes and Lois Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Marcy. 

John Holmes and his son John responded to the Lexington 
Alarm in Thomas Knowlton's company, and fought at Bunker 
Hill. He rose to the rank of lieutenant in the Fourth Com- 
pany, Sixth Battalion, Wads worth's brigade. 

Reuben Marcy was lieutenant at Bunker Hill; captain in a 
battallion raised to reinforce the army in New York and took 
part in the battles of Long Island and White Plains. 

Miss Mary Louise Dunbar. 4361 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Dunbar, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nahum Dunbar and Roxanna Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Dunbar and Rebecca Copeland, his wife. 

Ebenezer Dunbar, in 1775, when eighteen, served in Capt. 
Daniel Lothrop's company, Col. John Bailey's regiment, from 
Plymouth county, and in 1778 was corporal in Col. Thomas 
Carpenter's regiment of militia on duty in Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Lauretta Anne Dunton Clement. 4362 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of Horace Frederick Clement. 

Descendant of Lieut. Philip Robbins and of Capt. Joel 
Adams, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Robinson Dunton and Mary Ella Irish, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Irish and Cordelia Clary, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Irish and Polly Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joel Adams and Jemima Robbins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Robbins and Jemima Smith, his 
wife. 

Joel Adams was for more than three years captain of minute 
men. These, as their name indicates, held themselves ready 
for the field at all times and in all parts of the country. It was 
one of the most remarkable military phases in the great con- 
test and unprecedented in history. Many victories testify to 
the bravery of the "Minute Men" and the life-like statue at 
Concord beautifully memorializes them in bronze. 

Philip Robbins was lieutenant of a company from Walpole at 
the Lexington Alarm and commissary of a flotilla sent to cap- 
ture stores on the Penobscot. This flotilla of thirty-seven ves- 
sels was surprised and destroyed by a fleet just arrived from 
England. After great hardships in the dense wilderness many 
of the sailors and marines reached the Kennebec. 

Mrs. Martha Jane Kendrick Alden. 4363 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles Parkhurst Alden. 

Descendant of Elias Lyman and of Ens. Abner Howe, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Samuel Kendrick and Hannah Lyman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Anna White, his wife; Stephen 
Kendrick and Thankful Howe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Clapp, his wife; 
Abner Howe and Sarah Lane, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Allen, his wife. 

Elias Lyman turned out at the Bennington Alarm. 

Also Nos. 182, 1 145, 2563. 

Abner Howe was ensign in 1775 in Capt. Joseph Gilbert's 
minute company from North Brookfield, but died in 1776. 

Mrs. Frostine Violet Brown Bidwell. 4364 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Franklin Bidwell. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Bryant, of Connecticut, and Lieut. 
David Lyman and Lieut. Silas Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Lyman Brown and Louisa Jennet Stedman, his 
wife. 



132 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Stedman and Lois Bryant, his wife; Eli 
Brown and Sarah Lyman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Bryant and Lois Foster, his wife; 
David Lyman and Sarah Wright, his wife; Silas Brown and Catherine 
Searl, his wife. 

Ebenezer Bryant was a private in Col. Erastus Wolcott's 
regiment of Volunteers at the siege of Boston, and for two 
years' service received a pension. 

David Lyman was lieutenant in the Hampshire county 
militia that guarded the Hessians surrendered by Burgoyne. 

Silas Brown entered the service in 1776, and was lieutenant 
in Capt. Jonathan Wales' company at Stillwater and Saratoga. 

Mrs. Maude Louise Bidwell Alden. 436^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Ralph Alden. 

Descendant of Lieut. Silas Brown, Lieut. David Lyman and 
Ebenezer Bryant. 

Daughter of James Franklin Bidwell and Frostine Violet Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lyman Brown and Louisa Jennet Stedman, 
his wife. 

See No. 4364. 

Mrs. Ellen Jane Brown Jones. 4366 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Henry Gates Jones. 

Descendant of Lieut. Silas Brown, Lieut. David Lyman and 
Ebenezer Bryant. 

Daughter of David Lyman Brown and Louisa Jennet Stedman, his 
wife. 

See No. 4364. 

Mrs. Louise Jeannette Brown Morris. 4^67 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward Franklin Morris. 

Descendant of Lieut. Silas Brown, Ebenezer Bryant and 
Lieut. David Lyman. 

Daughter of David Lyman Brown and Louisa Jennet Stedman, his 
wife. 

See No. 4364. 



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Mrs. Mary Elliot Cook Parker. 4368 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lewis Parker. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Witter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elisha Gregory Cook, Jr., and Elvira Morton Hartwell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Gregory Cook and Ruth Sheldon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Cook and Amy Witter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Witter and Amy Meech, his wife. 

Ebenezer Witter was captain at the Lexington Alarm and 
assisted in the defense of New Haven. 

Mrs. Mary Stowe Hubbard. 4369 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Josiah Clark Hubbard, M. D. 

Descendant of Stephen Stow and John Stow, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Stowe and Hannah Eddy Miller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Henry Stow and Dorcas Thomas Warland, 
his wife. 
See No. 4148. 

Miss Grace Beecher Goodhue. 4370 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Aaron Goodhue, of Ipswich, Mass. 

Daughter of Charles Leonard Goodhue and Hattie Elizabeth Hill, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Goodhue, Jr., and Fanny Maria Cooper, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Goodhue and Mary Kimball, his wife. 

Aaron Goodhue, in 1778, engaged as a soldier under Col. 
Jonathan Cogswell, who had orders to march to Boston and 
remain in the service until discharged. 

Mrs. Minnie Belle Hill McKenzie. 4371 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Fisk McKenzie. 
Descendant of John Jacob Riell, of New York. 
Daughter of Philip H. Hill and Emma Deloria Thompson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Hill and Matilda Jonas, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Jonas and Agnes Maria Riell, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Jacob Riell and Margaret Arcularius, 
his wife. 



134 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Jacob Riell was baker to the Continental Army and for 
four months furnished them bread without pay. During a 
critical period he sent to Washington at Philadelphia 1,500 
guineas by his wife to aid the cause. 

Mrs. Geraldine Allison Gardner Jackson. 4372 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Henry Bramwell Jackson. 

Descendant of Sergt. Hezekiah Willard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Levis Gardner and Mary Newel Willard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gardner Willard and Abigail Snell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Willard and Mary Winchel, his wife. 

Hezekiah Willard was sergeant under Capt. George Make- 
peace and served with the Rhode Island troops from 1776-80. 

MRS. MARY J. BENNETT. 4373 

Born in Canada. 

Widow of William F. Bennett. 

Descendant of Joseph L'Esperance. 

Daughter of Joseph L'Esperance and Tryphena Plumbley, his wife. 

Joseph L'Esperance, when a boy of sixteen, came to 
America with Lafayette in 1777. He served as fife major and 
remained in the army until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Elizabeth James Camp. 4374 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Lewis A. Camp. 

Descendant of Isaac Johnson, of Derby, Conn. 

Daughter of Thomas James and Minerva Hepzibah Rowe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederic Rowe and Hepzibah Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Jesse Johnson and Hepzibah French, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Johnson and Lois Hopkins, his wife. 

Isaac Johnson, in 1776, was in the Third Battalion, Wads- 
worth's brigade, and in 1777 he enlisted for three years in Capt. 
David Humphrey's company, Sixth Regiment, Connecticut 
Line. In 1780 he re-enlisted and served through the war. 



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Mrs. Florence Emlyn Downs Muzzy. 4375 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Hon. Adrian James Muzzy. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Upson, Elisha Stevens, David 
Downs and Thomas Welcher Painter, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Franklin Downs and Emeline Melissa Upson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Wheeler Upson and Sarah Maria Stevens, 
his wife; Ephraim Downs and Chloe Painter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Stevens and Huldah Clark, his wife; 
David Downs and Mary Chatterton, his wife; Capt. Harvey Upson 
and Rachel Wheeler, his wife; Thomas Welcher Painter and Lucina 
Dunbar, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Deacon Elisha Stevens and Agnes Kimber- 
ley, his wife; Samuel Upson and Ruth Cowles, his wife. 

Samuel Upson, in 1779, was captain in the Fifteenth Militia 
Regiment to repel the enemy at New Haven. 

Elisha Stevens at the outbreak entered the navy, and in 1777 
enlisted in the army for the war. He was at Brandywine under 
Lafayette, and in the battles of Germantown, Monmouth, 
Camden and- with the victorious army at Yorktown. He had 
ten brothers, all soldiers and patriots. 

Also Nos. 2498, 3033. 

David Downs received a pension for service during the war. 

Thomas Welcher Painter was in Douglass' battalion on 
the right of the line at Long Island. He was in the retreat to 
New York and at the battle of White Plains. 

Mrs. Sarah Chatfield Kimberly. 4376 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Enos S. Kimberly. 

Descendant of Sergt. Walter Booth, of Woodbridge, Conn. 

Daughter of Philo Chatfield and Mary E. Diner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Liner and Sarah Newton Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary Newton, his wife. 

Walter Booth, when fifteen, was a soldier at the battles of 
Long Island, Kip's Bay and White Plains. He served until 
the close of the war, when he was sergeant under Capt. Sam- 
uel Williams in the Third Connecticut Regiment. 

Also Nos. 1 1 19, 2498, 3391. 



136 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Emma Burwell Durham. 4377 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Widow of Peter Chevalier Durham. 

Descendant of Sarah Smith Burwell, mother of patriots. 

Daughter of Horace Burwell and Mary Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Burwell and Sarah Gillette Beach, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Burwell and Mary Welch, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Burwell and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Sarah Smith Burwell was the mother of Jere and Daniel Bur- 
well, who were members of the Connecticut Coast Guard. 

Miss Mary Pratt Roberts. 4378 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Pratt and of Elijah Roberts, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elijah Hubbard Roberts and Emily Matilda Pratt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pratt and Elizabeth Cooper, his wife; Elijah 
Roberts and Phebe Hubbard, his wife. 

John Pratt, in 1777-78, was assistant commissary of Issues 
under Gen. Hand. He was lieutenant in the army in 1779, and 
became a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Elijah Roberts, at the age of sixteen, was at the surrender of 
Burgoyne. He served under different commands until 1781. 

Miss Mary E. Bramblee. 4379 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Simon Brainard, of Haddam, Conn. 

Daughter of James W. Bramblee and Louisa E. Arnold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Davis Nelson Arnold and Beulah Brainard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Newel Brainard and Mercy Brainard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Brainard and Abigail Hulburt, his 
wife. 

Simon Brainard was a soldier during the Revolution but 
did not receive a pension until he was eighty years old. 

Mrs. Ellena Ives Bacon Allin. 4380 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Arthur Lee Allin. 
Descendant of Rhoda Plum, mother of a patriot. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 137 

Daughter of Conrad G. Bacon and Ellena L. Ives, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John P. Bacon and Sarah E. Southmayd, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bacon and Martha Bates, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bacon and Rhoda Plum, his wife. 

Rhoda Plum Bacon was the mother of Joseph Bacon, Jr., 
who, when sixteen years old, enlisted in 1777 for three years in 
Capt. Charles Whiting's company, Col. Samuel B. Webb's 
regiment. He was taken prisoner and confined on the prison 
ship until the close of the war. 

Miss Carrie Louise Gardner. 4381 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Simon Brainard, of Haddam, Conn. 

Daughter of Albinus M. Gardner and Louisa Elizabeth Arnold, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Davis Nelson Arnold and Beulah Brainard, his 
wife. 

See No. 4379. 

Miss Frances Ann Russell. 4382 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Zachariah Hall, of Medford, Mass. 

Daughter of Edward Augustus Russell and Elizabeth Brown Hall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Clark Hall and Olive Cooper, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Hall and Mehitable Patton, his wife. 

Zachariah Hall was detailed by Col. Jabez Hatch to guard 
the stores in and around Boston. 

Miss Fanny J. Hotchkiss. 438$ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Jabez Thompson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Julius Hotchkiss and Melissa Perkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Perkins and Anne Riggs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Riggs and Anne Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Thompson and Sarah Gunn, his wife. 

Jabez Thompson, in 1775, was on the "Committee of Inspec- 
tion" for Derby and captain of the Third Company raised 
on the first call for troops, that served at the siege of Boston. 
He was lieutenant colonel commanding the Second Regiment 
under Brig. Gen. Wolcott in the Campaign of 1776 and was 
killed September 15, in the retreat from New York. 



I38 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Matie Bacon Collamore. 4384 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Harry N. Collamore. 

Descendant of Rhoda Plum Bacon, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of Sherman M. Bacon and Annie P. Bailey, his wife. 
See No. 4380. 

Mrs. M. Amelia Hotchkiss Vinal. 4385- 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles G. R. Vinal. 
Descendant of Col. Jabez Thompson. 
Daughter of Julius Hotchkiss and Melissa Perkins, his wife. 
See No. 4383. 

Mrs. Helen Louise Birdseye Burton. 4386 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Franklin Burton. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Birdseye and of Capt. Ephraim 
Curtis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Warren Birdseye and Mary Jerusha Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Birdseye and Caroline Hubbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Birdseye and Rebecca Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Birdseye and Dinah Blakeman, his 
wife; Ephraim Curtis and Ann Curtis, his wife. 

Joseph Birdseye, in 1777, was captain in Col. Samuel Whit- 
ing's regiment on duty at Fishkill. He served in the militia in 
1779 to repel the enemy at Fairfield and New Haven. 

Ephraim Curtis entered the militia as lieutenant in 1777, and 
at the close of the war held the rank of captain. 

Also No. 3680. 

Mrs. Grace Spencer Gregory. 4387 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Louis L. Gregory. 

Descendant of Jehiel Spencer and of David Potter, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of D. Henry Spencer and Sarah Ann Zetler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jehiel Spencer and Nancy Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jehiel Spencer and Anna Patience Tomlinson, 
his wife; and of David Potter. 



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Jehiel Spencer, in 178 1, joined the battalion under Brig. Gen. 
Waterbury for coast defense from Horseneck to New Haven. 

David Potter served two years in Capt. Bradley's company 
of Artillery, which was raised during Tryon's invasion of 1779. 

Mrs. Emma Downs Radcliffe. 4388 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Thomas Radcliffe. 

Descendant of Samuel Bassett, Jr., and of David Bassett, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sidney A. Downs and Eliza Ann Bassett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Bassett and Maria Fairchild. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Bassett and Mable Tomlinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bassett, Jr., and Sarah Botsford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bassett and Deborah Bennett, 
his wife. 

Samuel Bassett, Jr., was a member of the Committee of 
Safety and Inspector of Provisions for the army. 

David Bassett, in 1778, took the Oath of Fidelity. 

Deborah Bennett Bassett was the mother of two sons who 
lost their lives in the struggle for liberty. 

Sarah Botsford Bassett was the mother of Abraham Bassett, 
a soldier at the siege of Boston, battles of Long Island, Har- 
lem Heights and White Plains. 

Mrs. Eva Child Mason. 4389 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James R. Mason. 

Descendant of Dr. Daniel Child, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Abijah Child and Cordelia Gates Ennis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lyman Child and Aphia Hatch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Child and Rebekah Child, his wife. 

Daniel Child was in Capt. James Hatch's company at the 
Lexington Alarm and sergeant under his brother, Capt. Abi- 
jah Child, Col. Boud's regiment, in the expedition to Ticon- 
deroga in 1777. There were twenty-two of this name and fam- 
ily who served in the Revolution. 



140 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Alice Elizabeth May. 4390 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Samuel Bassett, Jr., and of David Bassett. 
Daughter of Robert May and Maria Hanley Bassett, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Bassett and Maria Fairchild, his wife. 
See No. 4388. 

Miss Mary Alling. 4391 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Sergt. Walter Booth, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Leonidas W. Alling and Marion F. Merwin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Willis Ailing and Lucy Booth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary Newton, his wife. 
See No. 4376. 

Miss Frances Maria Lewis. 4392 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Abraham Beardsley and of Capt. Nathan 
Booth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Lewis and Lucy Maria French, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Lewis and Mary Beardsley, his wife; Daniel 
French and Lydia Shelton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Curtiss Beardsley and Mary Allen, his wife; 
Jonas French and Susan Winton, his wife; Andrew Shelton and Sarah 
Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Beardsley and Bethia Curtiss, 
his wife; Nathan Booth and Comfort Thompson, his wife. 

Abraham Beardsley, in 1776, was appointed by the General 
Assembly inspector of gunpowder and the guns, bullets and 
bayonets made by him were in great demand. He turned 
out in the mounted militia at the New Haven Alarm in Capt. 
James Booth's company, Col. Jonathan Dimon's regiment. 

Nathan Booth was on the Committee of Inspection and 
Safety of Stratford and assisted in providing bounties for sol- 
diers and supplies for the families of those in the service. 

MISS REODA AUGUSTA THOMPSON. 4393 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Thaddeus Thompson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Thaddeus Thompson and Rhoda Sperry, his wife. 



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Thaddeus Thompson was a bombardier in the regiment of 
Artillery commanded by Col. John Lamb at Crompo Hill, 
where their brave colonel was wounded. 

Miss Almira Catlin Twining. 4394 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Jesse Leavenworth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Henry Twining and Harriet Leavenworth 
Sperry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Corydon S. Sperry and Catherine Leavenworth, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mark Leavenworth and Anna Cooke, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Leavenworth and Catherine Conkling 
Frisbie, his wife. 

Jesse Leavenworth was lieutenant in "The Governor's Foot 
Guards," of which Benedict Arnold was captain. They turned 
out at the Lexington Alarm, and their dress and drill were 
much approved at Cambridge. In 1777 he was captain of a 
company at Ticonderoga. 

Mrs. Clara Mason Kellogg. 439^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Prescott Kellogg. 

Descendant of Capt. Shubael Griswold, of Torrington, Conn. 

Daughter of Frederick A. Mason and Clara Darol Sanders, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert A. Mason and Lucy Jane Griswold, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Riley Griswold and Naomi Stanley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Norman Griswold and Susannah Monson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Shubael Griswold and Abigail Stanley, 
his wife. 

Shubael Griswold was captain at Crown Point and the tak- 
ing of Fort v St. John. He was in the Rhode Island Campaign 
and led a company to repel the invaders at New Haven. 

Mrs. Julia Porter Sperry. 4396 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Mark Leavenworth Sperry. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Baldwin and of Col. Phineas 
Porter, of Connecticut. 



142 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Ansel Charles Porter and Ruth Sherman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ansel Charles Porter and Lucy Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Porter and Millicent Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Baldwin and Mary Bronson, his 
wife. 

See No. 4001. 

Phineas Porter, in 1775, was captain of the First Connecti- 
cut Regiment at Lake Champlain and major at the battle of 
Long Island. He was captured at Kip's Bay on the retreat 
of the army from New York and confined in the Sugar House 
prison. When released he served as colonel of militia. 

Mrs. Annie Meech Griggs Keed. 4397 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James V. Reed. 

Descendant of Robert Hewitt. 

Daughter of Appleton Meech Griggs and Mary D. Sessions, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Griggs and Elizabeth Hewitt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Hewitt and Abigail Meech, his wife. 

Robert Hewitt was a soldier of long service who suffered the 
privations endured by the army at Valley Forge. His name 
is on the Connecticut pension list. 

Mrs. Marie Seymour Chipman. 4398 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Sherman W. Chipman. 

Descendant of Joseph Taylor and of Capt. Noah Wilson, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick J. Seymour and Florentine Migeon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Seymour, Jr., and Lura Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Taylor and Ann Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Wilson. 

Joseph Taylor, in 1777, was in Capt. Wright's company for 
frontier duty and under Col. Sheldon for sea coast defense. 
He served three years and his brother Benjamin received a 
badge of merit for six years' faithful service. 

Noah Wilson was captain of one of the first companies raised 
in the colony for the War of the Revolution. He gave his 
means and time for the cause of liberty. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 143 



Mrs. Caroline E. Harris Davis. 4399 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles H. S. Davis. 

Descendant of Benjamin Pettis and of Reuben Harris, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of George W. Harris and Caroline Maria Wells, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Wells and Maria Brown, his wife; Joseph 
Harris and Betsey Page, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Brown and Temperance Pettis, his wife; 
Reuben Harris and Lucy Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pettis and Temperance Lamb, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Pettis enlisted when sixteen and during his ser- 
vice of six years was taken prisoner and confined on the "Old 
Jersey," surviving the hardships, lived to receive a pension. 

Reuben Harris was with the suffering army at Valley Forge 
and returned from the war totally blind. Of him it was said, 
"A nobler, braver soldier never wore a uniform." 

Mrs. Lucy A. Latham Hall. 4400 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Erwin D. Hall. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Holmes, Jasper Latham, Ben- 
jamin Rathbun and Isaac Denison, all of Connecticut, and 
Lieut. Samuel Rathbone, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Benjamin Rathbun Latham and Esther Clift Holmes, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Holmes and Ann Boradel Denison, his 
wife; Lodouvic Latham and Lucy Rathbun, his wife. 

See No. 4189. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Rathbun and Elizabeth Packer, his 
wife; and of Jasper Latham. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Rathbun and Betsey Burrows, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Rathbone. 

Jeremiah Holmes was in Arnold's division at the battle of 
Bemis Heights, where they lost heavily, and at Saratoga. 

See No. 3183. 

Jasper Latham, in 1776, was a soldier in the coast defense. 

Benjamin Rathbun, aged twelve, served with the militia. 

Samuel Rathbone was a patriot who gave sheep to the army 
and when seventy years of age was lieutenant in Capt. John 
Sand's Block Island company. 



144 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Phebe Elizabeth Camp Hinman. 4401 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Franklin Elah Hinman. 

Descendant of Eber Lee, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elah Camp and Orit Lee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eber Lee and Huldah Bishop, his wife. 

Eber Lee was with the militia under Capt. Smith and in the 
regiment commanded by Col. Mead. His name is on the pen- 
sion list from New Haven county. 

Mrs. Helen Wardwell Glover. 4402 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Judge William Brown Glover. 

Descendant of Judge Jonathan Sturges, Hezekiah Sturges 
and Solomon Sturges, all of Fairfield, Conn. 

Daughter of Jeremiah M. Wardwell and Mary Jane Sturges, his wife, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lothrop Lewis Sturges and Jane Freeman Corry, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Barnabas L. Sturges and Mary Sturges, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Jonathan Sturges and Deborah Lewis, his 
wife; Hezekiah Sturges and Abigail Dimon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Sturges and Abigail Brad- 
ley, his wife; Samuel Sturges and Ann Sturges, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Sturges and Hannah Jen- 
nings, his wife. 

Jonathan Sturges, in 1775, was a member of the Continental 
Congress and in 1776 of the Colonial Legislature. 

Hezekiah Sturges enlisted in the militia seven times for terms 
of six months. The British on their approach to Fairfield, 
feasted at his house, and upon leaving burned it to the ground. 

Solomon Sturges, when over eighty, was killed by a bayonet 
wound when Fairfield was burned, July 8, 1779. 

Hannah Jennings Sturges was the mother of David, who 
marched to the relief of Boston in David Dimon's company. 

Ann Sturges was the mother of Andrew, a soldier in Capt. 
Thomas Nash's company, Col. Samuel Whiting's regiment. 

Miss Julia Beers Gould. 4403 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Col. Abraham Gould, of Fairfield, Conn. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 145 



Daughter of John Gould and Mary Wakeman Thorp, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jason Gould and Catherine Carson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Gould and Elizabeth Burr, his wife. 
See No. 4015. 

Mrs. Alice Beardsley Curtis. 4404 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Lewis Beers Curtis. 

Descendant of David Beardsley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Gregory Beardsley and Mary Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Beardsley and Asenath Gregory, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Beardsley and Catherine Beardsley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Beardsley and Mary Beardsley, his 
wife. 

David Beardsley, in 1775, was at Ticonderoga in the Second 
Company, Fifth Regiment, under Lieut. Col. Samuel Whiting. 
In 1778 he served in Capt. David Beebe's company, Col. Roger 
Eno's militia regiment. 

Miss Harriet Roosevelt Trumbull. 4409 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, David Trumbull 
and Surg. Gen. Philip Turner, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jonathan Trumbull and Harriet Roosevelt Richards, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Lathrop Trumbull and Alexandrine 
Navarre Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan George Washington Trumbull and 
Jane Eliza Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Trumbull and Sarah Backus, his 
wife; Daniel Lathrop and Betsey Turner, his wife. 

See No. 4156. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Turner and Lucy Tracy, his 
wife. 

David Trumbull was in the State Commissary Department. 

Philip Turner was a volunteer surgeon at the battle of 
Bunker Hill. He was surgeon of State troops, until made sur- 
geon general of the Eastern Department. Retired in 1781. 

Miss Matilda Butts. 4406 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Sherebiah Butt, of Canterbury, Conn. 



146 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Henry Lathrop Butts and Sarah Ann Richards, his 
wife. 

See No. 4164. 

Mrs. Mary E. Varley Hyde. 4407 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Burrett W. Hyde. 

Descendant of Capt. Moses Warren, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William E. Varley and Frances E. Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Raymond Warren and Charlotte Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Warren, Jr., and Mehitable Raymond, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Warren and Judith Bailey, his wife. 

Moses Warren, in 1777, was appointed captain of the Second 
Company in Lyme. Gov. Trumbull said, when he gave this 
commission, "The State reposes special trust and confidence 
in your fidelity, courage and good conduct." 

Also No. 2303. 

Miss Susan Dickinson Huntington. 4408 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Gen. Jabez Huntington, of Norwich, Conn. 

Daughter of James Monroe Huntington and Elizabeth Barstow, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Phelps Huntington and Maria Perit, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Huntington and Hannah Phelps, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington and Elizabeth Tracy 
Backus, his wife. 

See No. 4035. 

Mrs. Antoinette Eno Wood. 4409 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles B. Wood. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps, 
of Simsbury, Conn. 
Daughter of Amos Richards Eno and Lucy Jane Phelps, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha Phelps and Lucy Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Phelps and Lydia Griswold, his wife. 
See No. 4002. 



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Mrs. Mary Elvira Kimball Humphrey. 4410 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of John C. E. Humphrey. 

Descendant of Jedediah Kimball, Samuel Pember, Capt. Eli- 
phalet Curtiss and Eliphalet Curtiss, Jr., all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Luke Kimball and Eunice Chidsey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Deacon Asa Kimball and Lucy Pember, his wife; 
Anson Chidsey and Mary Goodrich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Pember and Esther Reed, his wife; 
Deacon Abraham Chidsey and Eunice Curtiss, his wife; Jedidiah 
Kimball and Eunice Love, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Curtiss and Mary Wilcox, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Curtiss and Margaret Dyer, 
his wife. 

Jedediah Kimball was with Lafayette at the battles of Green 
Springs and Jamestown Ford, Va., July 6, 1781, and at York- 
town. He was discharged at West Point December 31, 1783. 

Samuel Pember, in 1775, served at Ticonderoga and Crown 
Point. In 1780, when Royalton, Vt, was burned by Indians 
in employ of the British, he was captured and carried to Can- 
ada, but his father finally bought his release. 

Eliphalet Curtiss was sergeant at the siege of Boston; in 
1776, lieutenant in the Northern Department and captain of 
militia at the Danbury and New Haven Alarms. 

Eliphalet Curtiss, Jr., was a fifer during the war. 

Miss Mary Helen Humphrey. 44 n 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Willard Kingsbury, Samuel Pember, Jedediah 
Kimball, Capt. Eliphalet Curtiss, Eliphalet Curtiss, Jr., and 
Sergt. Joseph Goodwin, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John C. E. Humphrey and Mary E. Kimball, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benajah Humphrey and Olive Goodwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Goodwin and Hannah Kingsbury, 
his wife; Dositheus Humphrey and Lovisa Terry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Willard Kingsbury and Hannah Lawrence, 
his wife; Joseph Goodwin and Rosanna Gillett, his wife; Elisha Hum- 
phrey and Lydia Humphrey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Judge John Humphrey and Lydia 
Reed, his wife. 

See No. 4410. 



I48 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Willard Kingsbury was in Capt. John Stevens' company at 
Quebec and was captured at "The Cedars," May 19, 1776. 

Joseph Goodwin, in 1776, served in the New York Campaign. 

Lydia Reed Humphrey was the mother of Maj. Elihu Hum- 
phrey, who was wounded, captured at Long Island and died 
from cruel treatment; also of Lieut. Nathaniel Humphrey, who 
fought at Long Island and White Plains. 

Mrs. Nellie S. Goodrich Eno. 4412 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of George Chester Eno. 

Descendant of Allyn Whiting and of Stephen Goodrich, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius Goodwin Goodrich and Martha A. Ensign, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Ensign and Martha Tuller Whiting, his 
wife; Nathan Goodrich and Sevilla Bristol, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Whiting and Sabra Hart, his wife; 
Stephen Goodrich and Lydia Terry, his wife. 

See No. 4195. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Allyn Whiting and Elizabeth Merry, his 
wife. 

Allyn Whiting, in 1776, was in Capt. John Skinner's com- 
pany, Maj. Sheldon's regiment of Light Horse, and in 1778 
under Capt. Ozias Bissell in Col. Roger Eno's regiment. 

Mrs. Martha S. Goodrich Eno. 4413 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Chauncey Hart Eno. 

Descendant of Allyn Whiting and of Stephen Goodrich, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius Goodwin Goodrich and Martha A. Ensign, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 4195, 4412. 

Miss Grace A. Eno. 4414 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Fithen Case, Allyn Whiting and Stephen 
Goodrich, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Chauncey Hart Eno and Martha S. Goodrich, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Elizur Hart Eno and Sarah Elizabeth Tuller, his 
wife; Lucius Goodwin Goodrich and Martha A. Ensign, his wife. 

See Nos. 4195, 4412. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Chauncey Eno and Amrilla Case, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fithen Case and Amrilla Humphreys, his 
wife. 

Fithen Case, in 1776, was in Capt. James Judson's company, 
Maj. John Skinner's Connecticut regiment of Light Horse 
and also served under Capt. Zaccheus Case. 

Miss Nellie Elizabeth Eno. 441^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Fithen Case, Allyn Whiting and Stephen 
Goodrich, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Chauncey Hart Eno and Martha S. Goodrich, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lucius Goodwin Goodrich and Martha A. Ensign, 
his wife. 

See Nos. 4412, 4414. 

Mrs. Harriette Humphrey Phelps Eno. 4416 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Aaron Lewis Eno. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jeffery Orson Phelps, Jr., and Jane Humphrey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeffery Orson Phelps and Pollina Salome Barnard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Amherst Phelps and Charlotte Wilcox, 
his wife. 

See No. 4002. 

Miss Jane Humphrey Eno. 4417 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Aaron Lewis Eno and Harriette Humphrey Phelps, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeffrey Orson Phelps, Jr., and Jane Humphrey, 
his wife. 
See Nos. 4002, 4416. 



15° DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Mary Jane Phelps Ensign. 4418 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Joseph R. Ensign. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps. 
Daughter of Jeffery Orson Phelps, Jr., and Jane Humphrey, his wife. 
See Nos. 4002, 4416. 

Mrs. Fannie Eno Case Welch. 4419 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Peter Welch. 

Descendant of Fithen Case, of Simsbury, Conn. 

Daughter of Elizur Hart Case and Sarah Elizabeth Tuller, his wife. 

See No. 4414. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Eno and Amrilla Case, his wife; Harvey 
Tuller and Fanny Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Case and Mary Hart, his wife; 
Phineas Noble and Sarah Humphrey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Eno and Mary Gillett, his wife; 
Daniel Humphrey and Rachel Phelps, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.- granddaughter of David Phelps and Abigail Pettibone, 
his wife. 

Mary Gillett Eno was the mother of Roger Eno, who in 
1775 commanded a regiment at Quebec, and at the close of 
the war was brigadier general of Vermont militia. 

Abigail Pettibone Phelps was the mother of Noah Phelps, 
who in 1775 was captain at Ticonderoga. 

See No. 4002. 

Miss Mary Cordelia Eno. 4420 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Chauncey Evelyn Eno and Maria Bacon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bacon and Laura Griswold Humphrey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Jonathan Humphrey and Lydia Griswold 
Phelps, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Phelps and Lydia Griswold, his wife. 

See No. 4002. 



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Miss Juliette Goodrich. 44 2 * 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Stephen Goodrich and of Allyn Whiting, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius Goodwin Goodrich and Martha A. Ensign, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 4195, 4412. 

Miss Susan Alice Ensign. 44 22 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Allyn Whiting, of Hartford, Conn. 
Daughter of Ralph Hart Ensign and Susan Toy, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Ensign and Martha Tuller Whiting, his 
wife. 
See No. 4412. 

Mrs. Mary Florilla Seymour Toy. 4423 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Joseph Toy. 

Descendant of Asa Seymour, of Hartford, Conn. 
Daughter of Chester Seymour and Sabra Ensign, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Chester Seymour and Florilla Mather, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Seymour and Elizabeth Denison, his wife. 
Asa Seymour, in 1777, enlisted for the war in Capt. Samuel 
Mattock's company, Eighth Regiment, Connecticut Line. 

Mrs. Susan Munroe Stowe. 44 2 4 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Charles Edward Stowe. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Munroe, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles William Munroe and Susan Maria Hall, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Munroe and Sophia Sewall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Munroe and Anna Parker Smith, his 
wife. 

William Munroe was in command of the guard posted at 
Rev. Jonas Clark's house at Lexington, April 18, 1775, and at 
the surrender of Burgoyne he was lieutenant in the militia. 

Also No. 3810. 

Mrs. Sarah Eno Parker. 4425" 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles J. Parker. 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Amos Richards, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Salmon C. Eno and Sarah C. Goodwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Salmon Eno and Mary Richards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Richards and Lydia Lewis, his wife. 

Amos Richards was a soldier in 1775 in the Fourth Regiment 
at Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and served in the Northern 
Department until the expiration of his enlistment. 

Mrs. Ella C. Beach Bryant. 4426 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles M. Bryant. 

Descendant of Samuel Pember, Jedediah Kimball, Capt. Eli- 
phalet Curtiss and Eliphalet Curtiss, Jr., all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William N. Beach and Achsah A. Kimball, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Luke Kimball and Eunice Chidsey, his wife. 
See No. 4410. 

Mrs. Mary Irene Chidsey Carr. 4427 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George W. Carr. 

Descendant of Capt. Eliphalet Curtiss and of Eliphalet Cur- 
tiss, Jr. 
Daughter of Anson Chidsey and Mary Goodrich, his wife. 
See No. 4410. 

Mrs. Achsah A. Kimball Beach. 4428 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of William N. Beach. 

Descendant of Jedediah Kimball, Samuel Pember, Capt. Eli- 
phalet Curtiss and Eliphalet Curtiss, Jr. 
Daughter of Luke Kimball and Eunice Chidsey, his wife. 
See No. 4410. 

Miss Abbie Day Parkhurst. 4429 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Strong, of Bolton, Conn. 

Daughter of George Shepard Parkhurst and Jerusha Day McLean, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles McLean and Octa Siloma Strong, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Strong, Jr., and Mary Day, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Strong and Lucy Lawrence, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Strong marched at the Lexington Alarm and in 
1776 served in Capt. J. Wells' company, Col. Wolcott's regi- 
ment, at the siege of Boston, and occupied the city after it was 
evacuated by the British. 

Mrs. Mary Ayres Phelps Robbins. 4430 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Horace Wolcott Robbins. 

Descendant of Ens. David Phelps and of Gen. Noah Phelps, 
of Connecticut; Capt. Hugh Dunn and Capt. Matthew Free- 
man, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George D. Phelps and Mary Ayres, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Amherst Phelps and Charlotte Wilcox, his 
wife; Simon Ayres and Abigail Dunham, his wife. 

See No. 4002. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Dunham and Ursula Dunn, his wife; 
Ezekiel Ayres and Charlotte Freeman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Dunn and of Matthew Freeman. 

Hugh Dunn was captain in the First Regiment of militia. 

Matthew Freeman, in 1776, entered the service as lieutenant 
and rose to the rank of captain of Middlesex county militia; 
in 1780 he served in the State troops. 

Also No. 772. 

Mrs. Addie Denison Stockwell. 4431 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel T. Stockwell. 

Descendant of Sergt. Robert Denison, of Stonington, Conn. 

Daughter of William A. Denison and Lucy L. Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William E. Denison and Mary L. Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Denison and Deborah Dewey, his wife. 

Robert Denison marched to the relief of Boston, and served 
in the militia under Col. Samuel Holden Parsons. He was 
sergeant in 1776, at Fort Trumbull. 

Also Nos. 48, 1 162, 2966, 3179. 

Miss Mary Winslow. 4432 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Col. John Hathaway and of Maj. John Win- 
slow, of Massachusetts. 



154 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Rev. Horace Winslow and Charlotte Henrietta Petti- 
bone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hathaway Winslow and Elizabeth Mills, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Winslow and Rebecca Hathaway, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hathaway and Alice King, his wife. 

John Hathaway was colonel of a regiment from Bristol 
county and in 1777 stationed in Rhode Island to repel the Brit- 
ish. His son John was killed at Bunker Hill. 

John Winslow, in 1775, entered the army as lieutenant and 
in 1777 was captain of the Third Continental Artillery. When 
he resigned in 1778 was regimental paymaster. 

Mrs. Mary Abby Morgan Smith. 4433 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Nathan D. Smith. 

Descendant of Rev. Parke Avery and of Dr. Elisha Morgan, 
of Groton, Conn. 
Daughter of Elisha Morgan and Caroline Morgan, his wife. 
See No. 4212. 

Mrs. Delphine Louise Rogers Fish. 4434 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frank Sands Fish. 

Descendant of Corp. Edward Mills, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Erasmus D. Rogers and Emeline F. Bolles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Bolles and Julia A. Stoddard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Bolles and Elizabeth Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Mills and Anna Elizabeth Warner, 
his wife. 

Edward Mills hastened to assist and was killed while defend- 
ing the garrison at Fort Griswold. His name is on the tablet 
in the monument erected to the heroes of Groton Heights. 

Mrs. Esther Jane Robbins Trail. 44^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of James Trail. 

Descendant of Samuel Robbins, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Richard Robbins and Abby Eggleston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Robbins and Esther Sears, his wife. 



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Samuel Robbins, in 1775, turned out at the Alarms and in 
1776 was taken prisoner at Fort Washington, while in Webb's 
Continental regiment. He served in the militia until 178 1. 

Mrs. Anna Cora Morris McDougall. 4436 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Sydney McDougall. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker and of Sergt. 
Frederick Vedder, of New York. 

Daughter of Abram V. Morris and Rebecca M. Vedder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John F. D. Vedder and Nancy Newkirk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Vedder and Maria Van Petten, his 
wife; Frans Van De Bogart and Helena Bancker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brower Bancker and Annie Ma- 
bie, his wife. 

Thomas Brower Bancker was captain of the Fourth Com- 
pany, Col. Abraham Wemple's regiment, Schenectady Divi- 
sion of the x\lbany county militia, during the Revolution. 

Frederick Vedder, in 1776, when fifteen, entered the army 
and served until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Jane Morris Kellogg. 4437 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Spencer Kellogg. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker and of Sergt. 
Frederick Vedder. 
Daughter of Abram V. Morris and Rebecca M. Vedder, his wife. 
See No. 4436. 

Mrs. Bessie Turner Ricker. 4438 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Alfred Ricker. 

Descendant of Adj. Benjamin Walworth, of New York. 

Daughter of Frederick M. Turner and Agnes Gradon Cutler, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Huntington Cutler and Clarissa Henrietta 
Matteson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. David J. Matteson and Apphia L. Wal- 
worth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Walworth and Apphia Hyde, his 
wife. 



156 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Benjamin Walworth was quartermaster of Col. Isaac 
Nicholls' regiment, Gen. George Clinton's brigade, and in the 
battle of White Plains he acted as adjutant and bore dis- 
patches to Washington. When Minisink was destroyed by 
the Indians, July, 1779, he was quartermaster of a volunteer 
party which fell into an ambuscade and but few escaped, but 
his life was saved by being in the advance, and the Indians not 
wishing to expose their position by firing upon a single officer 
while they were waiting to surprise the pursuing party. 

Also Nos. 47, 3713. 

Miss Theodora J. Dickinson. 4439 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gen. George Doolittle and Sergt. Ebenezer 
Dickinson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George L. Dickinson and Grace Doolittle Foster, his 
wife. 

Grandaughter of Joseph Foster and Rhoda Doolittle, his wife; 
Ebenezer Dickinson and Prudence Seymour, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Doolittle and Grace Wetmore, his 
wife; Ebenezer Dickinson and Mabel Dickinson, his wife. 

George Doolittle served throughout the war in the Connecti- 
cut militia, and he had six brothers who were active patriots 
during the struggle for independence. 

Ebenezer Dickinson was corporal in Capt. Chester's com- 
pany at the Lexington Alarm, and in 1775 private in the Con- 
tinental Line. He re-enlisted in 1776 and was sergeant in 
Capt. Hezekiah Wells' company of militia. 

Miss Antoinette Elmer. 4440 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Elmer, Col. William Allison, 
Capt. Jonathan Bailey, Luther Stewart and James Stewart, 
all of New York. 

Daughter of Richard Allison Elmer and Charlotte Bailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Micah Allison Elmer and Elizabeth Allison, his 
wife; Jonathan Bailey and Catherine Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Elmer and Mary Allison, his wife; 
Jonathan Bailey and Keturah Dunning, his wife; Luther Stewart and 
Kezia Carpenter, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Elmer and Anna Thompson, his 
wife; William Allison and Mary Jackson, his wife; and of James 
Stewart. 

Nathaniel Elmer was captain of Orange county militia. 

William Allison commanded a division at the battle of Long 
Island and in 1777 was a delegate to the convention at Kings- 
ton to frame the State Constitution. He was ordered with his 
regiment to the defense of Fort Montgomery, where he was 
captured and his son Micah killed. 

Jonathan Bailey was with the militia at the battles of Long 
Island, White Plains and Minisink. 

James Stewart and his son Luther were members of the 
Orange County Committee of Safety during the Revolution. 

Miss Margaret E. Tenney. 4441 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. John Newkirk, of New York. 

Daughter of Cornelius Newkirk Tenney and Virginia Abbott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Tenney and Sarah Newkirk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Newkirk and Ruth Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Newkirk and Sarah Van Kuren, his 
wife. 

John Newkirk was captain under Col. James Clinton and 
had charge of the militia in the Minisink Valley, which ex- 
tended from Kingston to the Peenpack on the Delaware. 

Miss Fanny Lockwood. 4442 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Zadock Hedden, of Newark, N. J. 

Daughter of George Lockwood and Sarah R. Lockwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Lockwood and Elizabeth Hedden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hedden and Eliza Hedden, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Zadock Hedden, who in 1775 
served under Col. Elias Dayton in the Canadian Campaign. 
He was in the Wagonmaster General's department when cap- 
tured in 1777 and on his release received a commission. Two 
of his brothers gave their lives for liberty. 

Mrs. Florence Ward Newcomb. 4443 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Victor Newcomb. 



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Descendant of Maj. Gen. Artemas Ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Lewis Danforth and Frances A. E. Ward, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Archer Henshaw Ward and Sarah Henshaw, his 
wife. 

Gr. granddaughter of Thomas Walter Ward and Elizabeth Dewey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Artemas Ward and Sarah Trowbridge, his 
wife. 

Artemas Ward, May 19, 1775, was appointed by the Provin- 
cial Congress commander-in-chief of the Massachusetts troops. 
On June 17 the Continental Congress selected him as first 
major general in the army, second in command. He remained 
in service until May, 1776, when he resigned, notwithstanding 
the protest of Washington. He was a delegate to the Conti- 
nental Congress, and throughout his career distinguished for 
sterling integrity and clear judgment. 

Miss Annie Grace Springer. 4444 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Jackson and Edmund Quincy, 
of Massachusetts, and Capt. Nathaniel Springer, of Maine. 

Daughter of Joseph Forster Springer and Jeannette Webb Jackson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Springer and Elizabeth Forster, his wife; 
Alden Jackson and Mehitable Quincy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Springer; Daniel Jackson and 
Elizabeth Alden, his wife; Marcus Quincy and Hettie Hewins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Quincy and Hannah Gannett, his 
wife. 

Daniel Jackson, in 1775, was sergeant in the Artillery under 
Gen. Knox until he was captured at Fort Washington. 
When exchanged in 1777, he was promoted to the rank of 
lieutenant and served until peace was declared. 

Nathaniel Springer, in 1776, was a captain in the militia. He 
was killed in 1780, when pursuing in boats, two armed vessels 
that came up the Kennebec river to destroy the shipping. 

Edmund Quincy was in the militia service during the war. 

Also No. 2542. 



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Miss Ines Virginia Springer. 444^ 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Jackson, Capt. Nathaniel 
Springer and Edmund Quincy. 

Daughter of Joseph Forster Springer and Jeannette Webb Jackson, 
his wife. 

See No. 4444. 

Miss Lillian Duryee. 4446 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Corp. Joseph Woodward, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Woodward Duryee and Eliza Pell Beadel, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Duryee and Eliza Dean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Duryee and Temperance Woodward, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Joseph Woodward and Temperance Fish, 
his wife. 

Joseph Woodward, in 1776, was corporal under Capt. Isaac 
Sergeant, Maj. Ebenezer Backus' regiment of Connecticut 
Light Horse, on duty at Harlem Heights. He was captured, 
and died on the prison-ship "Jersey." 

Miss Lizzie Duryee. 4447 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Corp. Joseph Woodward. 

Daughter of Joseph Woodward Duryee and Eliza Pell Beadel, his 
wife. 

See No. 4446. 

Mrs. Irene Gilbert Gazzam Hall. 4448 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Hagaman Hall. 

Descendant of William Gazzam, Thaddeus Gilbert, Jacob 
Van Deusen and Samuel Edwards. 

Daughter of Audley William Gazzam and Mary Elizabeth Van Deu- 
sen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward D. Gazzam and Elizabeth Antoinette 
Beelen, his wife; Edwin Martin Van Deusen, D. D., and Eliza Maria 
Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of William Gazzam and Ann Parker, his wife; 



l6o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Isaac Laird Van Deusen and Lovina Hart, his wife; Banford Gilbert 
and Elizabeth Edwards, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Van Deusen and Mary Laird, his 
wife; Thaddeus Gilbert and Martha Turney, his wife; Samuel Ed- 
wards and Jane Shelton, his wife. 

William Gazzam, an Englishman, was compelled to take 
refuge in America, having as a journalist of the liberal school 
made himself obnoxious to King George III. by his defiant ad- 
vocacy of the rights of the colonies. 

Thaddeus Gilbert, in 1775, served under Capt. Matthew- 
Mead; in 1777 he enlisted for the war in the Connecticut Line. 

Jacob Van Deusen, in 1776, was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Great Barrington, Mass. 

Samuel Edwards served in 1775 in Capt. Samuel Whiting's 
company, Col. Waterbury's Fifth Connecticut Regiment. 

Mrs. Frances Irene Hulse McLaughlin. 4449 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Alfred Saxe McLaughlin. 

Descendant of Capt. John Belknap, of New York. 

Daughter of George E. Hulse and Nancy Belknap, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Belknap and Deborah Demott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Belknap and Dorcas Peet, his wife. 

John Belknap was a signer of the "Revolutionary Pledge of 
Association" of Newburgh Precinct; a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, and captain in the Ulster county militia. 



Miss Leila R. Ramsdell. 4490 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Ramsdell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Homer Ramsdell and Frances Elizabeth Ludlow 
Powell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Ramsdell and Ruth Stockbridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ramsdell and Elizabeth Barker, his 
wife. 

Joseph Ramsdell, in 1775 and 'yy, was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Hanover and in 1776 served at Bristol under 
Capt. Amos Turner in Col. John Cushing's regiment. 

Also No. 3705. 



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Miss Emma Jane Bradley. 44^1 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Brink, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of Ambrose Bradley and Emeline Turner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Diah Turner and Emeline Post, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Meindert Post and Maria Brink, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brink, Jr., and Margaret Burhans, 
his wife. 

John Brink, Jr., was a signer of the "Articles of Association" 
and served in Capt. Dedrick's company, Wynkoop's regiment. 

Mrs. Sarah McDonald Mills. 44^2 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Crawford Mills. 

Descendant of Asa Vail and of Thomas Denton, of New 
York. 

Daughter of Stephen McDonald and Sarah Bradner Vail, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Vail and Phebe Denton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Vail and Sarah Smith, his wife; Thomas 
Denton and Elizabeth Griggs, his wife. 

Asa Vail, in 1775, was a signer of the "Revolutionary 
Pledge," of Goshen, Orange county. 

Thomas Denton was a signer of the "Revolutionary Pledge," 
and in 1778 served in Capt. Samuel Clark's company of Ex- 
empts. His brother Daniel was killed at Wyoming. 

Miss Julia Pelton Ward. 44^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Phineas Pelton and of Ithamar Pelton, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Luther Clark Ward and Harriet Elizabeth Pelton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Charles Frederick Pelton and Julia Ann 
Chamberlain, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Pitt Pelton and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ithamar Pelton and Elizabeth Hall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Pelton and Mary McKay, his 
wife. 

Phineas Pelton, 1777, served in the militia under Gen. Gates. 

Ithamar Pelton turned out at the Lexington Alarm and was 



l62 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

a sea captain commanding privateers and taking many prizes 
during the struggle for independence. 

Also descendant of Lieut. Benjamin Pelton, who was at the 
taking of St. Johns and recommended for promotion on his 
return from Quebec. Also of Capt. Daniel Pelton, who be- 
came an invalid from exposure in the service. 

Miss Mary S. Wilkinson. 44^4 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Dr. Ebenezer Cary and of Capt. Joshua Cham- 
plin, of New York. 

Daughter of John G. Wilkinson and Mary F. Canfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Wilkinson and Sophia Cary, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Egbert Cary and Tamer Flagler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Ebenezer Cary and Delight Cham- 
plin, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Joshua Champlin, who 
in 1775 was an Associator and in 1778-79 captain in the Fifth 
Regiment under Col. William Humphrey. 

Ebenezer Cary, in 1775, was a signer of the "Articles of As- 
sociation" of Beekman Precinct and adjutant of the Fifth Reg- 
iment, Dutchess county militia, until 1776, when he was ap- 
pointed mustermaster. 

Miss Mary Wolcott Rankin. 44^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Gen. Jabez Huntington 
and Col. Joshua Huntington, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Robert Gosman Rankin and Laura M. Wolcott, his 
wife. 

See No. 4035. 

Mrs. Caroline Bloss Webb. 44^6 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Webb. 

Descendant of Joseph Bloss and of James Bloss, of Connecti- 
cut. 

Daughter of William Clough Bloss and Mary Blossom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Deacon Joseph Bloss and Amy Wentworth Ken- 
nedy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Bloss. 



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Joseph Bloss, in 1777, volunteered under Capt. Augustine 
Collins to repel the invasion of Connecticut and Rhode Island. 
In 1780 he served at Peekskill in the quartermaster's depart- 
ment, Brigade of Artillery, and witnessed the execution of 
Andre. He was on coast guard duty in 1781. 

James Bloss, in 1776, though exempt from duty, went as a 
substitute for his son, who was enrolled when a boy, and died 
of camp fever while engaged in the transportation service. 

Also No. 3639. 

Miss Anna Campbell McKown. 44^7 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Campbell, of New York. 

Daughter of James McKown and Julia Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel R. Campbell and Sarah Mynders, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Campbell and Margaret Campbell, his 
wife. 

Robert Campbell was lieutenant under Nicholas Herkimer 
in the First Tryon County Regiment. He was with the brave 
militia at Oriskany when St. Leger and the Indians under 
Brandt were repulsed, after five hours' unequal contest, leaving 
over two hundred patriots on the field. 

Mrs. Marion Hills Chester, 44^8 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thomas Chester. 

Descendant of Capt. John Thompson, of Stillwater, N. Y. 

Daughter of Isaac Hills and Susan Gregory, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Gregory and Martha Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Thompson and Fanny McFarlan, his 
wife. 

John Thompson was captain under Col. John McCrea in the 
Thirteenth Regiment, Albany county militia. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Smith Spencer. 44^9 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Thomas D. Spencer, M. D. 
Descendant of Nicholas Smith, of New York. 
Daughter of William Bellinger Smith and Sarah Stark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nicholas Smith and Hannah Clark, his wife. 



164 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Smith and Margaret Bellinger, his 
wife. 

Nicholas Smith was one of the several hundred farmers from 
Tryon county who left their plows to follow Gen. Nicholas 
Herkimer and fight at Oriskany, where he was in the regiment 
of Col. Peter Bellinger. In 1779 he and his wife were killed 
near Fort Dayton by the Tories and scalped by the Indians. 

Mrs. Mary Henrietta Clarke Webb. 4460 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Watson Webb. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand, of East Guilford, Conn. 

Daughter of Freeman Clarke and Henrietta Jacqueline Ward, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Levi Ward and Mehitable Hand, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hand and Siba Smith, his wife. 

Daniel Hand was captain of the Sixth Company, Col. An- 
drew Ward's regiment of militia, that joined Washington's 
army in 1776. A quaint letter from Fort Washington, briefly 
describing the military situation, is in possession of the family. 

Also No. 1447. 

Mrs. Caroline Clarke Allen. 4461 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Frederic Percival Allen. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand. 

Daughter of Freeman Clarke and Henrietta Jacqueline Ward, his 
wife. 

See No. 4460. 

Mrs. Alice Sherwood Wells Stedman. 4462 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John H. Stedman. 

Descendant of Capt. Amasa Dutton, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Richard H. Wells and Delia Sherwood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Homer Sherwood and Harriet E. Dutton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Justin Dutton and Polly Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amasa Dutton and Mary Rogers, his wife. 
See No. 4223. 

Mrs. Julia Dunham Stephens. 4463 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of David Stephens, M. D. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 165 



Descendant of Col. Jacob Ford and of Col. Azariah Dun- 
ham, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Charles Dunham and Elizabeth Morel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Dunham, M. D., and Elizabeth Lawson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of Azariah Dunham and Mary Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Jacob Ford and Hannah Ford, his wife. 

Azariah Dunham was a member of the first Provincial Con- 
gress and lieutenant colonel of Middlesex county militia. In 
1776 he was on the Committee of Safety, and from 1777 to the 
close of the war commissary and superintendent of purchases. 

Jacob Ford represented Morris county in the Provincial 
Convention and was a delegate to the Continental Congress. 
He commanded a regiment of militia in the Jersey Campaign 
and died in 1777 from exposure in the field. 

Also Nos. 917, 3594. 

Miss Emily Barker Schenck. 4464 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Abram Schenck, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Abraham V. Schenck and Emily W. Barker, his wife. 
Grandaughter of Henry H. Schenck and Eye Voorhees, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abram Schenck and Eva Van Beuren, his wife. 
Abram Schenck was a soldier in the company of his brother, 
Capt. Henry H. Schenck, Somerset Troop of Light Horse. 

Miss Mary Stryker Gummere. 4465- 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ens. Amos Scudder, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Barker Gummere and Elizabeth Stryker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel S. Stryker and Mary Scudder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Scudder and Mary Keen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Scudder and Phebe Rose, his wife. 

Amos Scudder entered as a private under Capt. John Mott, 
First Regiment, Hunterdon county militia. He acted as guide 
when Washington surprised the Hessians at Trenton. He 
rose to the rank of ensign and served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Mary Whitlock Crane Terhune. 4466 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Henry Terhune. 



166 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Baker, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Hervey B. Crane and Eleanor K. Simpson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Crane and Electa Lum Baker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret Osborn, his wife. 
See No. 4247. 

Miss Bellita T. Evans. 44 6 7 

Born in South America. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Anthony Walton White, of New 

Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas Sunderland Evans and Transito Godoy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Evans and Eliza White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Walton White and Margaret Ellis, 
his wife. 

Anthony Walton White was aide to Washington until 1776, 
when he was lieutenant colonel of the Third Battalion. He 
served in the north until 1780, when he took command of the 
cavalry in the south. He was surprised by Tarleton at Lan- 
neaus' Ferry and taken prisoner, but later, when with Lafay- 
ette, had several successful encounters with the British cavalry 
leader, who after the war presented his sword to the gallant 
American. He was with Wayne at Savannah, and when peace 
was declared sacrificed his estate to give necessities to the 
brave men who had fought by his side, and for many months 
the disabled Kosciusko found a home under his roof. 

Mrs. Abby Eliza Condit Baldwin Martin. 4468 

Born in New Jersey. 

Widow of Augustus Fitz Randolph Martin. 

Descendant of Dr. John Condit, of Orange, N. J. 

Daughter of Stephen L. B. Baldwin and Abby Eliza Condit, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Condit and Elizabeth Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Condit and Abigail Halsey, his wife. 

John Condit served as surgeon during the Revolution and 
his monument in the Orange cemetery bears this inscription, 
"Sacred to the memory of a patriot, soldier and surgeon dur- 
ing the struggle for freedom." 

Miss Elizabeth Briard Strong. 4469 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Capt. Seth Walker, of New Hampshire. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 167 



Daughter of Woodbridge Strong and Harriet A. Hartwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Hartwell and Elizabeth Briard Walker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Walker and Temperance Peverley, his 
wife. 

Seth Walker took part in the siege of Boston and was sta- 
tioned for two years at Fort Constitution, where he was lieu- 
tenant of artillery. While captain in the marine service he was 
seriously injured in an engagement in Portsmouth Harbor. 

Miss Katharine Green. 4470 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. John McCulloh, Jacob Green, Ashbel 
Green and Maj. Robert Stockton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Robert Stockton Green and Mary Elizabeth Mulligan, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James S. Green and Isabella Williamson McCul- 
loh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ashbel Green and Elizabeth Stockton, his 
wife; and of John McCulloh. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Green and Elizabeth Pierson, his 
wife; and of Robert Stockton. 

Jacob Green, in 1776, was a member of the Provincial Con- 
gress and chairman of the committee which prepared and re- 
ported the first Constitution of the State. 

Ashbel Green, when sixteen, served in the Morris county 
militia at Minisink, Connecticut Farms and Springfield. 
Also No. 769. 

John McCulloh, in 1777, was captain of the Second Artil- 
lery Company, Philadelphia militia, under Col. John Ayre. 
Robert Stockton was quartermaster during the war. 

Miss Isabelle W. Green. 4471 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Jacob Green, Ashbel Green, Capt. John Mc- 
Culloh and Maj. Robert Stockton. 

Daughter of Robert Stockton Green and Mary Elizabeth Mulligan, 
his wife. 

See No. 4470. 



1 68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Isis Yturbide Stockton Burleigh. 4472 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of George W. Burleigh. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Gen. Robert Field Stockton and Anna Margaretta Pot- 
ter, his wife. 
See No. 4243. 

Miss Harriet Barrow Woodward. 4473 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Livingston and of William 
Livingston, Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Francis William Woodward and Anne Jay Delaplaine, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Patton Delaplaine and Emeline Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josephine Delaplaine and Jane Ann Living- 
ston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Livingston, Jr., and Mary Living- 
ston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Livingston and Susanna 
French, his wife. 

William Livingston was a delegate to the Continental Con- 
gress, 1774-75; commander-in-chief of the State militia, and 
was chosen August 31, 1776, the first Governor of New Jersey, 
which position he so ably filled until his death. 

William Livingston, Jr., was with the militia under Col. Day- 
ton, when the British ship "Blue Mountain Valley" was taken. 

Mrs. Anne Jay Delaplaine Woodward. 4474 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Francis William Woodward. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Livingston and of William 
Livingston, Jr. 
Daughter of George Patton Delaplaine and Emeline Smith, his wife. 
See No. 4473. 

Mrs. Susan Shoemaker Winpenny. 447^ 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of J. Bolton Winpenny. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Henry Wisner, Henry Wisner, Jr., 



LINEAGE BOOK. 169 



Maj. Gen. Michael Myers, Maj. Han Jost Schumacher and 
Capt. Lawrence Herter, all of New York. 

Daughter of Col. Michael Shoemaker and Sarah Wisner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry A. Wisner and Susan Hathaway, his wife; 
Robert Shoemaker and Catharine Herter Myers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Polydore B. Wisner and Mary Blydenburgh, 
his wife; Michael Myers and Catharine Herter, his wife; Han Jost 
Schumacher and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wisner, Jr., and Sarah Waters, his 
wife; and of Lawrence Herter. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wisner and Sarah Norton, his 
wife. 

Henry Wisner was a delegate to the Continental Congress 
and voted for the Declaration of Independence. His name is 
on the original draft, but before the bill was engrossed for 
signing, he was called to the Provincial Congress. He erected 
powder mills, at his own expense fortified and made a military 
map of the Hudson. He was lieutenant colonel of the Orange 
county regiment and with him was his son, Ens. Gabriel Wis- 
ner, who was killed at Minisink. 

Also No. 1849. 

Henry Wisner, Jr., 1775-77, was a delegate from Ulster 
to the Provincial Congress when elected to the Assembly. 

Lawrence Herter was captain of the Tryon county militia. 

Michael Myers was in the militia service and severely 
wounded at the battle of Johnstown, October 24, 178 1. 

Also Nos. 762, 1012. 

Han Jost Schumacher served under his uncles, Gen Nicholas 
Herkimer and Col. Han Jost Herkimer. 



Mrs. Emma L. Spear. 4476 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. John C. Spear, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Peter Covenhoven, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Daniel H. Mulvany and Julia Leedom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Leedom, M. D., and Eleanor Covenhoven, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Covenhoven and Hannah Forman, his 
wife. 

See No. 4247. 



170 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Alice Weldon Smith. 4477 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Smith, of New York. 

Daughter of Edmund Smith and Arabella Barnes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Hobart Smith and Mary Potts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Smith and Rebecca Hobart Potts, his 
wife. 

Robert Smith was captain of the Highland company, Col. 
William Malcolm's regiment. He was wounded at White 
Plains and again wounded at Monmouth; these injuries ren- 
dered him unfit for further active duty. 

Mrs. Marie Van Hook Smith. 4478 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Middleton Smith. 

Descendant of Mary Van Hook, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of John W. Van Hook and Emma Matilda Rulon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William F. Van Hook and Elizabeth Beekman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Van Hook. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lawrence Van Hook and Mary Van Hook, 
his wife. 

Mary Van Hook was the mother of Lawrence Van Hook, 
who in 1777 was lieutenant of New Jersey militia under Capt. 
James Hollingshead, and became captain of the company. 

Also Nos. 1636, 2331. 

Miss Charlotte Rose Welles. 4479 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Gordon Hutchins and of Ens. 
Matthias Hollenbach, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry H. Welles and Ellen S. Ladd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles F. Welles and Ellen Jones Hollenbach, 
his wife; Samuel Greenleaf Ladd and Caroline Dolivar Vinal, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mathias Hollenbach and Sarah Burritt, his 
wife; Dudley Ladd and Bethiah Hutchins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gordon Hutchins and Dorothy Stone, his 
wife. 

Matthias Hollenbach was ensign in Capt. Samuel Ransom's 
company at the battles of Trenton, Princeton, Millstone and 



LINEAGE BOOK. 171 



Brandywine. He was furloughed for home defense and fought 
at Wyoming July 3, 1778. 

Also No. 728. 

Gordon Hutchins raised a company which did good service 
at Bunker Hill, where he was wounded. At the battle of 
White Plains he was lieutenant colonel in Nahum Baldwin's 
regiment of New Hampshire militia; in 1777, was elected from 
Concord to the Provincial Congress. 

Mrs. Annie Jessup Woodin. 44 8 ° 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Hartmann Woodin. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Jay, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Huntling Jessup and Sarah Wilson Jay, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nelson Jay and Sydney Hiles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Jay and Eleanor Nelson, his wife. 

Joseph Jay was a private in the Second Regiment, Conti- 
nental Line, and also lieutenant in the Burlington county mil- 
itia, Middle Brigade, which was composed of the counties 
lying on the northern and eastern side of the Raritan river. 

Mrs. Jean Eno Campbell. 4481 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Palmer Campbell. 

Descendant of Fithen Case, of Simsbury, Conn. 
Daughter of Josiah William Eno and Louisa Brown Glassell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Eno and Amrilla Case, his wife. 
See No. 4414. 

Mrs. Mary Evans Shafer. 4482 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of William T. Shafer. 

Descendant of Rebecca Williams, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of Abel Evans and Anne Wilson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Wilson and Hannah Francis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Francis and Anne Williams, his wife. 
See No. 4277. 



172 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Nell Boyd McClure 4483 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William L. McClure. 

Descendant of Maj. John Boyd, of Chester county, Pa. 

Daughter of Alexander Montgomery Gearhart and Martha Young, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bonham Robert Gearhart and Elizabeth Steele 
Boyd, his wife. 

See No. 4267. 

Miss M. Atta Gearhart. 4484 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Maj. John Boyd. 

Daughter of William Boyd Gearhart and Elizabeth A. Gearhart, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Bonham Robert Gearhart and Elizabeth Boyd 
Steele, his wife. 

See No. 4267. 

Mrs. Bessie Boyd Ammerman. 4485 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Robert Scott Ammerman. 
Descendant of Maj. John Boyd. 

Daughter of William Boyd Gearhart and Elizabeth A. Gearhart, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 4267, 4484. 

Miss Elizabeth Hemphill Dallett. 4486 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph McClellan of Chester county, Pa. 

Daughter of Elijah James Dallett and Ann Jane Worthington, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Wilmer Worthington, M. D., and Elizabeth 
Hemphill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hemphill and Ann McClellan, his 
wife. 

See No. 4273. 

Mrs. Mary Barry Fisher. 4487 

Born in Maryland. 
Wife of George Fisher. 

Descendant of Col. Dennis Ramsay, Capt. William Ramsay 
and Jesse Taylor, all of Virginia. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 173 



Daughter of Robert Barry and Amelia Ramsay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dennis Ramsay and Jane Allen Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Ramsay and Ann McCarty, his wife; 
and of Jesse Taylor. 

Dennis Ramsay entered the militia as captain and at the close 
of the war held the rank of colonel. He was a relative of 
Washington, and pall bearer at his funeral. 

William Ramsay was in command of an independent com- 
pany raised and equipped at his own expense. 

Ann McCarthy Ramsay was the mother of William Ramsay, 
Jr., a surgeon in the Continental line. 

Jesse Taylor was a merchant in Belfast, Ireland, who in 1779 
fitted out his own vessel, loaded it with goods, and came to 
Virginia to assist the colonies in the struggle for liberty. 

Mrs. Catherine Grosh Thom. 4488 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Joseph Pembroke Thom. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Abraham Hunt, of New Jersey, 
and Lieut. Peter Grosh and Conrad Grosh, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Bell Reynolds and Ann Taney Hunt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wesley Hunt and Catherine Grosh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Hunt and Theodosia Pearson, his 
wife; Peter Grosh and Mary Charlton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Conrad Grosh and Maria Sophia Gutten- 
berg, his wife. 

Abraham Hunt was lieutenant colonel of the First Regiment, 
Hunterdon county militia, and in ijj6-JJ was intrusted by 
the Continental Congress with money for the repair of arms. 

Also No. 2441. 

Peter Grosh at the beginning of the war was a member of 
the Committee of Observation and in 1776 a lieutenant of 
minute men under Capt. Jacob Young. 

Conrad Grosh, in 1775, was a member of the Fredericktown 
Convention and the Committee of Observation. 

Miss Mary Alice Smith. 4489 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of William Wattles, of Norwich, Conn. 
Daughter of Thomas William Smith and Ellen Wattles, his wife. 



174 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Wattles, Jr., and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wattles and Sarah Starr, his wife. 

William Wattles, from 1775-82, commanded several priva- 
teers, and during his long service was twice captured. He sur- 
vived the deprivations of prison and the perils of the sea to die 
in the prime of life at his native place. He had two sons, Wil- 
liam and Robert, who served their country. 

Mrs. Margaret Davis Ritchie Sicard. 4490 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of William Floyd Sicard. 

Descendant of Gen. Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Hon. John Ritchie and Betty Harrison Maulsby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Pinkney Maulsby and Emily Catharine 
Contee Tyler Nelson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Nelson and Betty Harrison, his wife. 

Roger Nelson, when a college lad, enlisted as a private in 
a troop of horse, commanded by William Augustine Wash- 
ington. He was captured at Charleston and when exchanged 
entered the Maryland Line with the rank of lieutenant. He was 
left for dead on the field of Camden, and taken prisoner, but 
recovered to serve through the entire war and distinguished 
himself at Cowpens, Guilford Court House and Eutaw. He 
was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 269, 1689. 

Mrs. Ida Spullock Lambert. 4491 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Daniel S. Lambert. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Cloud, of Georgia. 

Daughter of James Hardin Spullock and Elizabeth Cloud Hardin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Hardin and Nancy Cloud, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Cloud and Elizabeth Harman, his wife. 

Ezekiel Cloud was a brave defender at the invasion of 
Georgia and South Carolina. He fought at Kettle Creek, 
Wofford's Iron Works, Musgrove Mills, Fish Dam Ford, 
Long Cane Creek, King's Mountain, and for services rendered 
at Augusta he received a land grant from the State. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 175, 



Mrs. Emma Westfield Mayberry. 4492. 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of William Wierman Mayberry. 

Descendant of the mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of David Gillespie Westfield and Araminta Thompson. 
Stokes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Westfield and Sarah Townes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Westfield and M. Gillespie, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Gillespie and M. Young, his wife. 

M. Young Gillespie was the mother of James Gillespie, Jr.,. 
who was a sergeant in Martin's troop, Sumpter's brigade, and 
guide to Gen. Green, when encamped in St. David's parish. 

Mrs. Eliza Catherine Legare. 449$ 

Born in South Carolina. 

Widow of Rev. I. S. K. Legare. 

Descendant of Capt. John Palmer and Gideon Kirk, of South 
Carolina. 

Daughter of John Gendron Palmer and Catharine Conturier Marion, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Palmer and Elizabeth Porcher, his wife; 
Frances Marion and Harriet Kirk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Palmer and Anne Cahusac, his wife; 
Samuel Dwight and Rebecca Marion, his wife; and of Gideon Kirk. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Marion and Rebecca Alston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Marion and Esther Cordes, his, 
wife. 

John Palmer was captain of St. Stephen's company, Marion's 
brigade, and noted for pluck and daring. 

Gideon Kirk was one of the defenders of Charleston at the 
battle of Fort Sullivan, June 28, 1776. 

Esther Cordes Marion was the mother of Francis Marion,, 
the brigadier general, who received the thanks of Congress, 
"for his wise, gallant and decided conduct in defending the lib- 
, erties of his country, and particularly for his prudent attack on 
a body of British troops at Parker's Ferry, and for the distin- 
guished part he took at the battle of Eutaw Springs." 

See No. 3565. 

Mrs. Harriet Marion Dwight. 4494 

Born in South Carolina. 
Widow of Francis Marion Dwight. 



176 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. John Palmer and of Gideon Kirk. 
Daughter of John Gendron Palmer and Catharine Conturier Marion, 
his wife. 

See No. 4493. 

Mrs. Mary Lamar McCaw. 4495" 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of James McCaw. 

Descendant of John Lamar. 

Daughter of Thomas B. Lamar and Rebecca N. Lamar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Lamar. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lamar and Frances Breedlove, his wife. 

John Lamar served as a private in the South Carolina militia 
although offered a commission for bravery. He fought at 
Cowpens, Eutaw and took part in the siege of Augusta and 
his wounds testified to his courage and daring. 

Also No. 3399. 

Mrs. Phenie Wayne Warfield. 4496 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Louis M. Warfield. 

Descendant of Maj. Thomas Smyth, Jr., and of Thomas 
Smyth, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Thomas Smyth Wayne and Eliza C. Wayne, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Wayne and Juliana Smyth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smyth, Jr., and Mary Sudler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smyth and Sarah Gresham, his 
wife. 

Thomas Smyth was chairman of the "Special Committee" 
and a member of the Council of Safety. 

Thomas Smyth, Jr., during the year 1776, was lieutenant un- 
der Col. Smallwood, captain in Richardson's battalion of the 
Flying Camp and major of the Fifth Maryland Regiment. 

Also No. 2614. 

Mrs. Anna Patton Wilson Moore. 4497 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of James William Moore. 

Descendant of John Wilson, of Mecklenberg county, N. C. 
Daughter of Joseph Harvey Wilson and Julia Adelaide Patton, his 
wife. 



lineage; book. 177 

Granddaughter of John Makemie Wilson and Mary Erwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Wilson and Martha Makemie, his wife. 

John Wilson was among the patriots who proclaimed the 
Mecklenberg Declaration, May 20, 1775. Tarleton, the 
British cavalry leader, in his "Campaigns," says "the peo- 
ple of this county and section were more hostile to England 
than any other part of the country." He died in 1779 before 
the British encamped at Charlotte and the State became the 
theater of our most sanguinary struggle. 

Miss Julia Adelaide Moore. 4498 

Born in North Carolina. 

Descendant of John Wilson. 

Daughter of James William Moore and Anna Patton Wilson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Harvey Wilson and Julia Adelaide Patton, 
his wife. 

See No. 4497. 

Mrs. Octavia Wilson Barnes. 4499 

Born in Alabama. 
Wife of George Thomas Barnes. 
Descendant of John Wilson. 

Daughter of James Wilson and Elizabeth Ferguson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Makemie Wilson, D. D., and Mary Erwin, 
his wife. 

See No. 4497. 

Miss Adelaide Rossignal Barnes. 4^00 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of John Wilson. 

Daughter of George Thomas Barnes and Katherine Caroline Wilson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Wilson and Elizabeth Kerr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Makemie Wilson, D. D., and Mary Er- 
win, his wife. 

See No. 4497. 

Mrs. Clarissa Coventry Ambler. 4^01 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Daniel Griffith Ambler. 
Descendant of Medad Butler, of Bradford, Conn. 



178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles B. Coventry and Clarissa Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Medad Butler and Hannah Tyler, his wife. 

Medad Butler was only nine when the first blood was shed at 
Lexington, but near the close of the war he enlisted when a 
call was made for all able to carry muskets to turn out in de- 
fense of the State. 

Mrs. Mary Swift Thoms. 4902 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Joseph Clark Thoms. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Huddy, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Briggs Swift and Martha Perry Hubbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gabriel Hubbell and Martha Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Perry and Martha Huddy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Huddy and Mary Huddy, his wife. 

Joshua Huddy entered the militia in 1776, and was captain of 
Artillery in 1777. When in command of the post at Tom's 
River, in 1782, he was captured by a party of British soldiers 
and hanged on the heights of Middleton. Washington an- 
nounced to the enemy that unless the murderers were given 
up, he would retaliate upon an officer of equal rank. Lots 
were drawn among the prisoners and Capt. Asgill, a bril- 
liant young officer drew the fatal number, but his execution 
was delayed and Congress finally pardoned him at the re- 
quest of Count Vergennes and to the gratification of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

Mrs. Katherine Bartlett Yergason. 4^03 

Born in Connecticut. , 

Wife of Henry C. Yergason. 

Descendant of Sergt. Dudley Case and of Lieut. Ithiel Battle, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Harry Hubbard Bartlett and Mary Anne Case, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Case and Abi Barber, his wife; Hubbard 
Bartlett and Kezia Battle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Case and Delight Griswold, his wife; 
Ithiel Battle and Kezia Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dudley Case and Dorcas Humphrey, his 
wife. 

Dudley Case, in 1776, served in Capt. Benjamin Mills' com- 
pany, Col. Philip Burr Bradley's regiment, Connecticut Line. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 179 



Ithiel Battle was a lieutenant and with the army at Valley 
Forge. 

Miss Mary Josephine Koe. 4^04 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Brown. 

Daughter of Thomas Roe and Cynthia Ann Tallman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Tallman and Sarah Wells, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. James Wells and Rachel Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Brown and Honour Wells 
Holmes, his wife. 

Richard Brown, in 1775, was lieutenant in Thompson's Penn- 
sylvania Rifle regiment; captain of the First Battalion, Miles' 
regiment, when captured at Long Island. 

Miss Helen Gulielma Moorehead. 4^05- 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Maj. Elihu Kent, Sergt. Elihu Kent, Jr., and 
Joseph King, of Sufneld, Conn. 

Daughter of William G. Moorehead and Helen King, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Warren King and Betsy Kendall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Kendall, Jr., and Elizabeth Kent, his 
wife; John Bowker King and Hannah Newton, his wife. 

See Nos. 4291, 4292. 

Mrs. Sara McCall Langstaff. 4^06 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of A. D. Langstaff. 

Descendant of Josiah McCall, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of James Robertson McCall and Mary A. Hooks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah McCall and Sarah Ann Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William McCall and Majorie Stewart, his 
wife. 

Josiah McCall, in 1776, enlisted in Capt. William Rippey's 
company, Col. William Irvine's Pennsylvania regiment. 

Majorie Stewart McCall was the mother of Capt. James and 
Maj. Hugh McCall. The latter was the author of the "History 
of Georgia." 

Mrs. Mary Henderson Kirkland. 4^07 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of James Hampton Kirkland. 
Descendant of Col. John Barrett, of Vermont. 



l8o DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Albert Henderson and Harriet Elizabeth 
Smiley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Harkness Smiley and Nancy Barrett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Barrett and Elizabeth Bates, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Barrett and Elizabeth Edwards, his 
wife. 

John Barrett was a member of the Committee of Safety and 
of the convention which framed the State Constitution. He 
was captain under Col. Seth Warner and later commanded the 
"Upper Regiment." 

Also No. 928. 

Mrs. Anne Henderson McDaniel. 4^08 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Saunders McDaniel. 
Descendant of Col. John Barrett. 

Daughter of William Albert Henderson and Harriet Elizabeth 
Smiley, his wife. 
See No. 4507. 

Miss Katherine Hewitt. 4^09 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Hon. Henry Middleton and Maj. Hugh Mid- 
dleton, of South Carolina, and William Shreve, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Hewitt and Mary Catherine Ware, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John M. Hewitt and Eliza Shreve, his wife; 
George G. Ware and Jane E. Middleton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Shreve and Ann Lawrence, his wife; 
John Middleton and Elizabeth Scott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Middleton. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Middleton and Mary Williams, 
his wife. 

Henry Middleton, in 1774, was president of the Continental 
Congress, chosen upon the death of Peyton Randolph to suc- 
ceed that eminent leader. In 1775, when president of the South 
Carolina Congress, he was elected by that body to the Conti- 
nental Congress; failing health prevented his attending in 
1776, and his son Arthur was sent to fill his place. 

Also No. 3703. 

Hugh Middleton was major in the South Carolina Line. 



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William Shreve entered the army when seventeen and fought 
at Cowpens, Camden and Eutaw Springs. He served until 
the close of the war. 

Also No. 351. 

Miss Lida Hewitt. 4? 10 

Born in Tennessee. 
Descendant of Hon. Henry Middleton, Maj. Hugh Middle- 
ton and of William Shreve. 
Daughter of William Hewitt and Mary Catherine Ware, his wife. 
See No. 4509. 

Mrs. Jean Robertson Anderson. 4^ii 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Gen. Keller Anderson. 

Descendant of Thomas Dale and of Adam Dale, of Maryland. 

Daughter of James Robertson and Anne Lewis Dale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Washington Dale and Anne Lewis 
Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Dale and Mary Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Dale and Elizabeth Evans, his 
wife. 

Thomas Dale entered the militia from the Eastern Shore in 
the first call for troops and remained through the war. 

Adam Dale, at the age of fourteen, was a volunteer in a com- 
pany of boys raised in Worcester county when Cornwallis in- 
vaded Virginia. 

Miss Ruth Conyngham Butler. 4^12 

Born in Mississippi. 

Descendant of Col. Zebulon Butler and of Col. Ralph Hum- 
phreys. 

Daughter of Lord John Butler and Kate Coburn Humphreys, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Zebulon Butler, D. D., and Mary Murdoch, his 
wife; and of John Coburn Humphreys. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lord Butler and Mary Pearce, his wife; and 
of David George Humphreys. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler and Anne Lord, his wife; 
and of George Wilson Humphreys. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Humphreys. 



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Zebulon Butler, in 1777, was lieutenant colonel of the Third 
Connecticut Regiment and colonel of the Second, when he 
commanded the forces at Wyoming. He served to the close of 
the war and was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 218, 1 147, 2006. 

Ralph Humphreys was colonel of a Virginia regiment. 

Miss Virginia Cary Skipwith. 4p$ 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Qreene, of Rhode Island, 
Maj. Thomas Barksdale, Dabney Carr, Gov. John Blair, and 
Wilson Miles Cary, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Peyton Skipwith and Mary Isabella Collier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Grey Skipwith and Virginia Randolph Cary, his 
wife; William Thompson Collier and Agnes Howard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peyton Skipwith and Cornelia Greene, his 
wife; Dabney Collier and Sarah Barksdale, his wife; Miles Cary and 
Elizabeth Scarsbrook Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Greene and Catherine Ljttlefield, 
his wife; Wilson Cary and Jean Carr, his wife; and of Thomas Barks- 
dale. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Wilson Miles Cary and Sarah Blair, his 
wife; Dabney Carr and Martha Jefferson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Blair. 

Nathaniel Greene, in command of Rhode Island militia, 
marched to Cambridge, April, 1775, and was read out of the 
Society of Quakers for taking up arms. As quartermaster 
general he was most efficient, and in 1780 was made major gen- 
eral. He was cautious, practical, brilliant, a rare combination, 
and no officer commanded more respect from Washington. 

Also No. 822. 

Dabney Carr introduced a resolution in the House of Bur- 
gesses "to appoint Inter-Colonial Committees of Correspon- 
dence in resistance to British encroachments." 

John Blair, when lieutenant governor, interceded with the 
King's attorney in behalf of the Baptist ministers of Spottsyl- 
vania, imprisoned for refusing to pay for a license to preach. 
This resistance and the opposition to the Stamp Act led the 
colonies to rebel against the Crown. 

Wilson Miles Cary was a member of the Convention of 1776. 



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Mrs. Abby Maria Burrows Coy. 4^14 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lucien Wright Coy. 

Descendant of Samuel Cunnabell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Burrows and Rebecca Louisa Connable, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Jonathan Connable and Asenath Wright, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunnabell and Rebecca Ryther, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunnabell and Mary English, his 
wife. 

Samuel Cunnabell, in 1775, served under Capt. Agrippa 
Wells, and in 1777 he was in the Northern Department in 
Capt. Amasa Sheldon's company, Col. Elisha Porter's regi- 
ment. His son John was also a soldier. 

Miss Anna Hazelton. 4<p£ 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Davis and of Jesse Squire, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gerry Whiting Hazelton and Martha Louisa Squire, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hazelton and Mercy J. Cochrane, his 
wife; Jesse Squire and Delia Lester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cochrane and Jemima Davis, his wife; 
Jesse Squire and Amy Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Davis. 

Jesse Squire was a soldier in Capt. John Durkee's company, 
Third Regiment, under Gen. Israel Putnam. 

Benjamin Davis served as corporal and sergeant in Nathan 
Hale's regiment from New Hampshire. 

Mrs. Mary Sawyer Buttrick. 4^16 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward King Buttrick. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Scudder and of Ezekiel Wicks, 
of Huntington, L. I. 

Daughter of Amos Sawyer and Harriet Wicks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Haviland Wicks and Mary Scudder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Prime Scudder and Hannah Gould, 
his wife; Jesse Wicks and Susannah Kelsey, his wife. 



184 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Scudder and Phebe Carll, his wife; 
Ezekiel Wicks and Sarah Haviland, his' wife. 

Henry Scudder was a member of the town Committee of 
Safety and lieutenant under Capt. Nathaniel Pratt at the battle 
of Long Island, where he was captured. When released he 
ventured within the British lines, risking life and liberty to re- 
lieve the needs of suffering patriots. 

Ezekiel Wicks was in secret service under Maj. Benjamin 
Tallmadge, and fought at Long Island in Col. Josiah Smith's 
regiment of Suffolk county militia. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Truax Slocum Nichols. 4^17 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of James Benton Nichols. 

Descendant of Giles Slocum. 

Daughter of Giles Bryan Slocum and Sophia M. B. Truax, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Slocum and Elizabeth Bryan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Giles Slocum and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Giles Slocum is recorded on the Wyoming Monument as a 
survivor of the massacre, July 3, 1778. He escaped to Mo- 
nackesy Island and buried himself in the sand and bushes. He 
subsequently served in the militia under Capt. John Franklin. 

Mrs. Julia Mills Dunn. 4^18 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. Lewis Durley Dunn. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Cleveland, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harry Williams Livingston Mills and Sarah Compton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Compton and Clarissa Cleveland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Cleveland and Ruth Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Cleveland and Joanna Porter, his 
wife. 

Josiah Cleveland was a private at Bunker Hill and taken 
prisoner at the battle of The Cedars May 19, 1776. After his 
release he was lieutenant in Col. Ely's State regiment and 
served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Julia E. Buell Bryant. 4^19 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Alfred R. Bryant. 
Descendant of Maj. Elias Buell, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of William Pierce Buell and Margaret Janette Scase, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Buell and Susan Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Buell and Sarah Turner, his wife. 

Elias Buell was captain of a company from Coventry at the 
Lexington Alarm; in 1776 was a major in the Third Battalion, 
Wadsworth's brigade, when ordered to take command of the 
fort at New London. 

Also No. 1959- 

Mrs. Helen M. Hoskins Beach. 4S 20 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Myron H. Beach. 

Descendant of Gen. Melancthon Lloyd Woolsey and of 
Lieut. Col. Henry Livingston, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Lansing Hoskins and Mary Elizabeth Woolsey, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Livingston Woolsey and Eunice Hubbell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Melancthon Lloyd Woolsey and Alida Living- 
ston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Livingston and Susan Conkling, 
- his wife. 

Henry Livingston was clerk of Dutchess county and a militia 
officer during the Revolution. 

Melancthon Lloyd Woolsey, in 1776, volunteered in Lee's 
Continental regiment at Peekskill, and in 1777 was promoted 
to the rank of lieutenant. He fought at Trenton, Monmouth 
and at Schoharie, where he commanded the New York Levies 
in the Mohawk valley. 

Also Nos. 1 041, 2664, 3049. 

Mrs. Elsie Peirce Vandercook. 4S 21 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of John D. Vandercook. 
Descendant of Josiah Pierce, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Brown Peirce and Eliza Wilson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Peirce and Jemimah Thornton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Pierce and Marion Pierce, his wife. 
Josiah Pierce was a soldier at Bunker Hill. When on June 
17, 1825, the corner-stone of the monument commemorating 



186 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

this battle was laid by Marquis de Lafayette, the only surviving 
general of the great conflict, he was an honored guest at the 
ceremony and his picture and signature were placed in the re- 
ceptacle for memorials. 

Miss Maude Minerva Rappleye. 4^22 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Jeromus Rappleyea and of Jacobus Rap- 
pleyea, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Nicholas Bainbridge Rappleye and Cy Thera Minerva 
Wallace, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Rappleye and Sarah Bainbridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacobus Rappleyea and Sarah Williamson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeromus Rappleyea and Anna Rappleyea, 
his wife. 

Jeromus Rappleyea was a private in the Somerset county 
militia, and his son Jacobus served in the Middlesex militia. 

Also No. 1665. 

Mrs. Susan Gibbons Duval. 4^23 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Louis Alphonse Duval. 

Decendant of Col. William Gibbons, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Ashbridge Gibbons and Anne Denn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Gibbons and Lydia Gibbons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Gibbons and Susanna Ashbridge, his 
wife. 

William Gibbons was captain of militia at the battle of 
Brandywine and raised and commanded a regiment called the 
"Chester County Greys." He was appointed to collect food 
and clothing for the army and was known as the fighting 
Quaker, who mortgaged his lands for the suffering troops, 
saying, "Sooner would I eat rye bread to my dying day than 
• meanly surrender my liberty and sell posterity." 

Miss Helen Wayne McCalla. 4^24 

Born in Kansas. 
Descendant of Thomas McCalla. 

Daughter of Albert McCalla and Eleanor Stancy Hamill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas McCalla and Marianne Davisson, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McCalla and Jeanette Hemphill, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McCalla and Sarah Wayne Gar- 
diner, his wife. 

Thomas McCalla while serving in the South Carolina militia 
was captured at Camden. His wife rode 150 miles on horse- 
back with a baby in her arms to procure his freedon from Lord 
Rawdon. He refused, but permitted her to visit the prisoners 
monthly, and after three journeys, she appealed to Cornwallis, 
who treated her with courtesy and released them on parole. 

Also No. 2158. 

Mrs. Ella Gale McClelland. 4^2^ 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Thomas C. McClelland. 

Descendant of Joseph Stoughton, of Connecticut; Lieut. 
Abraham Gale, Henry Wolcott and Samuel Norcross, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Daughter of John Gale, Jr., and Margaret Norcross, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Gale and Betsey Stoughton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Stoughton and Abigail Wolcott, his 
wife; Abraham Gale and Abigail Rice, his wife; and of Samuel Nor- 
cross. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wolcott. 

Joseph Stoughton was one of the small band that took 
Ticonderoga May 10, 1775. He had two brothers, Lemuel 
and Oliver, who served their country. 

Abraham Gale turned out at the Lexington Alarm and in 
1779 was lieutenant under Capt. David Moore in Rhode Island. 

Henry Wolcott took the Oath of Fidelity and gave money 
to provide food and clothing for the soldiers. 

Samuel Norcross belonged to the artillery stationed at Fort 
Castle, Boston Harbor, after the evacuation of the city. 

Mrs. Kate Josephine Chatterton Hickox. 4^26 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Charles Virgil Hickox. 
Descendant of Abraham Yates, of New York. 
Daughter of George Washington Chatterton and Sarah Stack, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chatterton and Blondina Wright, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of John Wright and Maria Yates, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Abraham Yates, who was a 
delegate to the Provincial Congress, May, 22, 1775, and ap- 
pointed on the Committee of War. In 1777 he was a member 
of the State Constitutional Convention. 



Mrs. Fanny Ramsay Wilder Winchester. 4527 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Wilber Fisk Winchester. 

Descendant of Deacon Josiah Wilder, Lieut. Asa Wilder, 
Reuben Wilder, Lieut. Jedediah Stickney and Deacon Moses 
Peabody, all of Massachusetts ; Philip Shoff and Ens. William 
Ramsay, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Peabody Wilder and Eloise Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Wilder and Hannah Peabody, his wife; 
Josiah Walker and Frances Shoff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Peabody and Hannah Stickney, his 
wife; Philip Shoff and Elizabeth Ramsay, his wife; Reuben Wilder 
and Mary Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Stickney and Margaret Tyler, his 
wife; William Ramsay and Mary Ramsay, his wife; Asa Wilder and 
Lydia Rugg, his wife; Moses Peabody and Hannah Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Wilder and Prudence Keyes, his 
wife. 

Josiah Wilder was a member of the Lancaster Committee of 
Correspondence, organized September 5, 1774, which after 
voting relief ''to the suffering town of Boston," resolved 
"There be one hundred men raised as volunteers to be ready 
at a minute's warning to turn out at any emergency and that 
they shall be formed into two companies and choose their own 
officers." Such movements were forerunners of those efficient 
troops, the State minute men. 

Asa Wilder, in 1775, was lieutenant in the Alarm List and in 
1777 a soldier in the Burgoyne Campaign. 

Reuben Wilder enlisted in Capt. William Greenleaf's com- 
pany, and from 1776-80 served under different commands. 

Ens. Jedediah Stickney and twenty of the same family 
marched at the Lexington Alarm. In 1780 he was lieutenant 
under Capt. Jonathan Ayre, Col. Nathaniel Wade's regiment. 

Philip Shoff, aged eight, was in Capt. Asa Hill's company. 



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Moses Peabody and seventeen of the name served in the war. 
William Ramsay, in 1777, was ensign of Cumberland county 
militia and the Sixth Battalion of Associators. 

Mrs. Caroline Henderson Griffiths. 4^28 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of John Lewis Griffiths. 

Descendant of John Orr and of Nathaniel Richmond, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Henderson and Lorana Patchin Richmond, his 
wife. 

See No. 4093. 

Miss Harriet Augusta Hill. 4 p 9 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Hill, Abraham Hill, Ebenezer 
Swan and Jonas Bond, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Hill and Harriet Swan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hill and Nancy Bond, his wife; Gershom 
Swan and Cherry Hill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hill and Mercy Perry, his wife; Jonas 
Bond and Ruth Harrington, his wife; Abraham Hill and Susannah 
Wellington, his wife; Ebenezer Swan and Mary Mansur, his wife. 

William Hill was a private at Lexington and Bunker Hill, 
and sergeant in the Massachusetts Line during the war. 

Abraham Hill, who was a veteran in the French war, served 
in the Thirty-seventh Regiment of Foot, Continental Army. 

Jonas Bond was a leading patriot who took up arms in de- 
fense of the colonies. 

Ebenezer Swan was a minute man at Lexington and his 
mother on that eventful day turned her home into a hospital, 
nursing the wounded and dying of both sides. 

Mrs. Harriet Richards Boyle Lewis. 4^30 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of John S. Lewis, M. D. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Richards, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Maj. John Alexander Boyle and Sarah Richards, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Richards and Rebecca Ludwig, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Richards and Ann Miller, his wife.' 



190 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Richards and Mary Richards, his 
wife. 

James Richards was sergeant in Capt. Tudor's company, 
Fourth Regiment. 

Miss Josephine Gabrilla Cooley. 4^1 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Sergt. James Snow, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Ithamer Cooley and Sallie Webster Snow, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Snow and Joanna Adams, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Snow and Ruth Hall, his wife. 
James Snow was sergeant pf militia at the battle of Bunker 
Hill, and received a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Adele Duncan Irwin. 4S3 2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Capt. David Allison Irwin, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. James Potter and Maj. William 
Wilson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Oliver Perry Duncan and Susan Potter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Potter and Maria Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Potter and Mary Brown, his wife; Wil- 
liam Wilson and Mary Scott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Potter and Mary Patterson Chal- 
mers, his wife. 

James Potter, 1776, was a member of the Pennsylvania Con- 
stitutional Convention and colonel of the Upper Battalion. 
He fought at Trenton, Princeton, where he was wounded, 
Brandywine and Germantown. He served to the close of the 
war, when he was major general of militia. 

Also No. 3795. 

William Wilson, in 1775, was lieutenant in Thompson's rifle 
battalion, and a captain at Monmouth, where he captured a 
flag. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Lois Anna Chase Bailey. 45-33 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Charles Brooks Bailey. 

Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Wiswall, Corp. Edmund 
Trowbridge and Sergt. James Stone, all of Newton, Mass. 



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191 



Daughter of Sewall C. Chase and Mary Ann Trowbridge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Trowbridge and Eunice Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Trowbridge and Elizabeth Wiswall, 
his wife; James Stone and Sarah Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Wiswall and Elizabeth Murdock, 
his wife. 

Jeremiah Wiswall was a captain of an infantry company at 
the battle of Concord and on duty at Dorchester Heights. In 
1777 he was one of the patriots who loaned the town money to 
pay the soldiers. 

Edmund Trowbridge served at Lexington and Concord. 

James Stone turned out with a company of infantry and was 
sergeant at Lexington and Concord. 

Miss Anna Dicks Bailey. 4^ 4 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Col. John Bailey, of Hanover, Mass. 

Daughter of Joseph Stockbridge Bailey and Isabel Wilson Dicks, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Eebbens Bailey and Sarah Myrick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bailey and Ruth Randall, his wife. 

John Bailey, in 1775, commanded a regiment of militia, and 
in 1776 was colonel of the Twenty-third Continental Infantry. 
He took part in the sieges of Boston and New York, the bat- 
tles of White Plains, Princeton and was at the surrender of 
Burgoyne. On account of failing health he was retired on 
half pay in 1780, but his son Luther served through the war. 

Also No. 135. 

Mrs. Andrine Luella Peirce Ennis. 4^ 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Capt. William Ennis, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Samuel Wentworth and of Col. Jonathan 
Wentworth, of Dover, N. H. 

Daughter of Andrew Peirce and Rebecca Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Peirce and Betsy Wentworth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Wentworth and Mary Roberts, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Wentworth and Betsy Philpot, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Samuel Wentworth and Patience Downs, 
his wife. 



192 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Wentworth fought at Bunker Hill and was a private 
soldier in Capt. McDuffee's company, Col. Stephen Evan's 
regiment at Saratoga. 

Jonathan Wentworth was captain in Col. Enoch Poor's regi- 
ment at Bunker Hill. In 1778 he served in Rhode Island 
under Gen. Sullivan; from 1779-82 was a member of the Leg- 
islature and brigade major under Col. Thomas Bartlett. 

Also No. 1116. 

Mrs. Mary E. Slaymaker Hanna. 4^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Albert A. Hanna, M. D. 

Descendant of Henry Slaymaker and of Ens. Amos Slay- 
maker, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Amos Henderson Slaymaker and Harriette Sharpe Os- 
lere, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Slaymaker and Isabella Fleming, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Slaymaker and Faithful Richardson, his 
wife. 

Amos Slaymaker was a member of an association for sup- 
pressing Tories, at the head of which was Col. James Mercer. 
He was ensign under his uncle, Capt. John Slaymaker. 

Henry Slaymaker, in 1775, was a magistrate who admin- 
istered the oath of allegiance, and a delegate to the Constitu- 
tional Convention which met July 15, 1776. 

Also Nos. 41, 1673. 

Mrs. Julia Le Grand Elliott. 45-37 

Born in Kentucky. 

Widow of James M. Elliott. 

Descendant of Mary Nash, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Abner Le Grand and Jane Morton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Le Grand and Lucy Nash, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nash and Mary Nash, his wife. 

Mary Nash was the mother of Francis Nash, who in 1775 
was lieutenant colonel of the First North Carolina Regiment. 
In 1777 he was made brigadier general, Continental Army, 
and died of wounds received at Germantown. His last words 
were, "From the dawn of the Revolution I have been on the 
side of Liberty." On the day of his funeral, Washington re- 



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quested "All officers whose circumstances will admit of it, 
will attend and pay their respects to the brave man who died 
for his country." 

Mrs. Anna Wright Stanley. 4^38* 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Gen. David S. Stanley, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Hale and of Lieut. Col. Joel 
Jones, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Surgeon J. J. B. Wright, U. S. A., and Eliza Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Jones and Elizabeth Hale Huntington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Huntington, D. D., and Elizabeth 
Hale, his wife; Joel Jones and Margaret Day, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hale and Sarah Talcott, his wife. 

Jonathan Hale commanded a company of militia and died 
of camp fever during the siege of Boston. 

Also Nos. 431, 1758, 2267, 3298. 

Joel Jones was lieutenant colonel of the Twelfth Militia 
Regiment which was sent to reinforce Gates at Saratoga, and 
left so many of its brave men on the field of battle. 

Mrs. Helen Lang Sayer. 4 ^ 9 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Raymond Sayer. 

Descendant of William Lang, of Salem, Mass. 

Daughter of William Lang and Susan Goddard Braid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Lang and Frances Dutch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lang and Ann Derby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddanghter of Jeffry Lang and Ann Williams, his wife. 

William Lang, 1780, was among the volunteers that marched 
to reinforce Sullivan when Rhode Island was invaded by the 
British under Gen. Prescott. 

Ann Williams Lang was the mother of Benjamin and Na- 
thaniel Lang, soldiers in the Revolution. 

Miss Hannah May Johnson. 4 ^ 4 o 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Descendant of Joseph Fish. 



194 DAUGHTERS Of THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Capt. Calvin R. Johnson and Martha V. Fletcher, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Fletcher and Hannah Fisher, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Fish and Penelope Fish, his wife. 

Joseph Fish was a patriot whose clothes froze on him that 
terrible Christmas night, when he assisted in ferrying the army 
across the Delaware. At a reunion in New Jersey of the sur- 
vivors of that event, July 4, 1826, he received a badge that is 
now prized by the family. 

Mrs. Ellen Phelps Richardson. 4^41 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas F. Richardson. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Cutler, of Warren, Mass. 

Daughter of Ansel Phelps, Jr., and Lydia Paige, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clark Paige and Lydia Cutler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler and Lydia Bascomb, his wife. 

Joseph Cutler marched in Capt. Read's company at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, and was captain of the Third Company, Wor- 
cester county regiment under Col. James Converse. 

Mrs. Olivia Alger Richardson White. 4^42 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. Charles James White. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Richardson, of Billerica, Mass. 

Daughter of Thomas F. Richardson and Ellen Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Richardson and Olivia Alger, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Richardson and Judith Kendall, his 
wife. 

Thomas Richardson turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Stickney's company, Bridge's regiment, and was ensign 
at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Mrs. Dora Fisher Curtis. 4^43 

Born in Maine. 
Widow of Rev. Charles D. Curtis. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Fisher, of Dedham, Mass. 
Daughter of Rev. Robert Crossette and Dorothea Fisher, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Jonathan Fisher and Dolly Battelle, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Fisher and Catherine Avery, his wife. 



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Jonathan Fisher, in 1776, resigned his commission in the 
King's army and was appointed lieutenant of the Fifth Com- 
pany, Hampshire county militia. He died in 1777, at Morris- 
town, of camp fever. 

Also No. 1622. 

Mrs. Alice Coggswell Crossette Hall. 4^44 

Born in Maine. 
Widow of Capt. Ephraim Gaylord Hall. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Fisher. 

Daughter of Rev. Robert Crossette and Dorothea Fisher, his wife. 
See No. 4543- 

Miss Annie Lyman. 4^45" 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Dr. John Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Frederick Lyman and Anna Mason Grant, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Lyman and Susan Powell Warren, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Collins Warren and Susan Mason, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Warren and Abby Collins, his wife. 

John Warren, a student at Harvard in 1775, was at the fight 
April 19, in Cambridge, and remained to care for the wounded. 
He was chairman of the Committee of Safety and had charge 
of the military hospitals in Boston. In 1778 he joined the ex- 
pedition to Rhode Island and delivered, 1783, the first Fourth 
of July oration at Boston. 

Also Nos. 841, 2369, 3287. 

Mrs. Ellen Proctor Church. 4^46 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas R. Church. 

Descendant of Daniel Smith, of Dedham, Mass. 

Daughter of Nathan Proctor Smith and Dorcas Clark Fry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Smith and Joannah Jordan, his wife. 

Daniel Smith marched at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
David Fairbank's company. He was at the battle of Bunker 
Hill under Capt. George Gould, Col. Paul Sargent's regiment, 
and the family still possess the musket he carried. 



196 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Ellen Louise Cooley Snow. 4^47 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Isaac Snow. 

Descendant of Capt. William Cooley and Israel Parsons, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy Mather Cooley and Sarah Janette Andrews, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Cooley and Almira Marvin Parsons, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cooley and Sarah Mather, his wife; 
Israel Parsons and Mary Marvin, his wife. 

William Cooley was captain in the expedition to Ticon- 
deroga and was wounded at the battle of White Plains. 

Israel Parsons enlisted in Capt. William Cooley's company 
and was one of the garrison, in 1777, to guard the arsenal at 
Springfield; in 1778 was in the transportation service. He 
was commissary at New Windsor, when the army became dis- 
satisfied with Congress, Washington ordered him to supply 
the necessary provisions, and his promptness won the highest 
praise from the Commander-in-Chief. 

Also Nos. 537, 1308, 3098. 

Miss Addie Louise Clark. 4^48 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Clark and of Daniel Wood- 
ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Leonard Clark and Althine Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rowland Woodward and Rachel Pond, his wife; 
William Smith Clark and Elizabeth Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Woodward and Keziah Newton, his 
wife; Samuel Clark and Mary Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Clark and Experience Wilson, his 
wife. 

Daniel Woodward was a soldier with the Northern Army 
at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Samuel Clark was lieutenant in the Third and Fifth Regi- 
ments of militia. His father and mother were active patriots, 
and his two brothers, John and William, served their country. 

Also Nos. 1 140, 2604. 



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Mrs. Emma Caroline Clark Whitcomb. 45-49 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry Jewett Whitcomb. 

Descendant of Daniel Woodward and of Lieut. Samuel 
Clark. 
Daughter of Leonard Clark and Althine Woodward, his wife. 
See. No. 4548. 

Miss Mary Ann Dickinson. 4^0 

Born in Massahcusetts. 

Descendant of Hon. Eldad Taylor, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Dickinson and Mary Ann Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roland Taylor and Mercy Bancroft, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. James Taylor and Mary Ann Mosely, his 
iwfe. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eldad Taylor and Thankful Day, his wife. 

Eldad Taylor was a member of the Committee of Corre- 
spondence, Safety and of the Provincial Congress. He died 
in 1777, while a delegate to the Continental Congress. His 
son, James Taylor, was an invalid when Boston was taken, but 
he sent Eldad Taylor, Jr., as a substitute, who wrote, "The 
Ministerial Vermin left yesterday morning in ye most confu- 
sion and ye town is now open." 

Also No. 3797. 

Mrs. Ella Elizabeth Drew Spalding. 45^1 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel H. Spalding. 

Descendant of Major Seth Drew, of Kingston, Mass. 

Daughter of George Henry Drew and Clara A. Burton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clement Drew and Elizabeth Teal, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Drew and Mary Washburne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Drew and Hannah Brewster, his wife. 

Seth Drew, in 1775, was a minute man and commanded a 
company in the Second Regiment at Trenton, Saratoga and 
Monmouth. He was at West Point, 1779-80, and on the court 
martial to try Joshua Hett Smith as an accomplice of Arnold. 
He served until peace was declared. 



Mrs. Anne Bigelow Day 

Born in Massachusetts 
Wife of Rev. John William Day. 



4^2 

Born in Massachusetts. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Asa Bullard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John William Bigelow and Anna Maria Barton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Moore Barton and Maria Waters Bullard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Artemas Bullard and Lucy White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Bullard and Hannah Cook, his wife. 

Asa Bullard marched from Holliston at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Staple Chamberlin's company of minute men, 
Col. Samuel Bullard's regiment. 

Mrs. Marion R. Baker Spooner. 4^3 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Winthrop Spooner. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Lincoln, of Hingham, Mass. 

Daughter of Abner L. Baker and Lydia J. Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Baker and Sally L. Loring, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Loring and Anna Lincoln, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Lincoln and Martha Fearing, his 
wife. 

Nathan Lincoln was lieutenant and marched at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm in Capt. James Lincoln's company, Col. Benjamin 
Lincoln's regiment. 

Mrs. Anna Baker Lincoln. 4^4 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Francis H. Lincoln. 
Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Lincoln. 
Daughter of Abner L. Baker and Lydia J. Baker, his wife. 
See. No. 4553- 

Miss Susan Barker Willard. 4^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of John Souther, of Hingham, Mass. 
Daughter of Samuel Willard and Sarah Jane Thaxter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Thaxter and Harriet Souther, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Souther and Deborah Leavitt, his wife. 
John Souther was a private in Capt. James Lincoln's com- 
pany, which assembled at the Alarm, April 19, 1775. 

Miss Lucy Lewis. 4^6 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hersey, of Hingham, Mass. 



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Daughter of David Lewis and Joanna Kettelle Hersey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Abner Hersey and Sally Sweetser, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hersey and Abigail Cushing, his wife. 

Thomas Hersey commanded a company of militia, which 
on March 4, 1776, reinforced Gen. John Thomas to aid in 
constructing the works at Dorcester Heights. His company 
was in the garrison of Hingham, which was a military post 
during the siege of Boston, and was called upon to protect her 
neighbors from threatened British attack. 

Miss Louise Appleton Baldwin. 4^7 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Miller C. Baldwin. 

Descendant of William Appleton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Adams Knowles and Sarah Appleton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Elliott Story Appleton and Mary Briard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Appleton and Sarah Odiorne, his wife. 

William Appleton, August 14, 1776, was a signer of the As- 
sociation Test, which pledged " at the risque of our lives and 
fortunes with arms oppose the hostile proceedings of the Brit- 
ish fleets and armies against the United American Colonies." 

Miss Edith Andrew. 4^8 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hersey, of Hingham, Mass. 
Daughter of John Albion Andrew and Eliza Jones Hersey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Hersey and Eliza Cushing Jones, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Laban Hersey and Celia Barnes, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hersey and Abigail Cushing, his 
wife. 

See No. 4556. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hersey Ripley. 4^9 

Born in Louisiana. 
Wife of Ebed L. Ripley. 

Descendant of Dr. Daniel Shute, of Hingham, Mass. 
Daughter of Henry Hersey and Betsey Shute, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Shute and Mary C. C. Shute, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Shute and Betty Cushing, his wife. 
Daniel Shute commanded a company during the siege of 



200 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Boston and was soon after surgeon's mate in the Hospital 
Department. In 1777-78 he was aide-de-camp to Gen. Benja- 
min Lincoln and surgeon at the close of the war. He was a 
member of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Miss Elizabeth Loring Andrew. 4^60 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hersey. 

Daughter of John Albion Andrew and Eliza Jones Hersey, his wife. 
See Nos. 4556, 4558. 

Mrs. Eliza Jones Hersey Andrew. 4^6 i 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of John Albion Andrew. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hersey. 

Daughter of Charles Hersey and Eliza Cushing Jones, his wife. 
See Nos. 4556, 4558. 

Mrs. Augusta TruLl Jacobs. 4^62 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Asa Jacobs. 

Descendant of Capt. John Trull, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Trull and Emmeline Holbrook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Trull and Olive Thorndike, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Trull and Esther Wyman, his wife. 

John Trull, 1775, was captain in Col. Ebenezer Bridge's 
regiment from Tewksbury at the Alarm, and in 1776, served 
under Col. Simeon Spalding in the militia. 

Mrs. Ellen Smith Wood. 4^63 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James B. Wood. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Miller Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Aurora Williams Oldham and Jane Miller Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Miller Smith and Jane Stockbridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Miller Smith and Mary Barker, his wife. 

Josiah Miller Smith was a lieutenant in Capt. Freedom 
Chamberlain's company that marched from Pembroke, March 
5, 1776, to reinforce the army at Dorchester Heights. 



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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Belknap Codman. 4^4 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Arthur Amory Codman. 

Descendant of Hon. Samuel Livermore, LL. D., and Rev. 
Dr. Jeremy Belknap, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Edward Belknap and Caroline Livermore Haven, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Haven and Mehitable Jane Livermore, 
his wife; John Belknap and Mary Elizabeth Hodges, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward St. Loe Livermore and Mehitable 
Harris, his wife; Rev. Jeremy Belknap and Ruth Elliot, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Livermore and Jane Brown, his 
wife. 

Samuel Livermore was judge of the Court of Admiralty 
when the war commenced, but during the trying times of the 
Revolution he declared for American rights and the people 
elected him, 1780-82, a member of the Continental Congress. 

Rev. Jeremy Belknap wrote much to inspire the patriots 
before hostilities began, and was a warm supporter of the 
Revolution. He was one of the earliest and most distinguished 
historians, and his works are reliable data. 

Mrs. Sarah Ella Kimball. 4&5 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Horace Arnold Kimball. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Tompkins, of Little Compton, R. I. 
Daughter of Thomas Mereweather and Sarah J. Hicks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ransom Hicks and Nancy Tompkins, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Tompkins and Sarah Snell, his wife. 
Nathaniel Tompkins was a soldier in the militia and his 
brother Benjamin lost his arm in the marine service. 

Miss Eliza M. Deming. 4£ 66 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Phineas Deming, of Woodbury, Conn. 
Daughter of Ferdinand Deming and Althea Miner, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abner Deming and Mary Wheaton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Deming and Philena Stoddard, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Deming and Mary Gaylord, his 
wife. 

Phineas Deming served in the regiment commanded by 



202 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Col. Benjamin Hinman, which reached Ticonderoga June, 
1775, and remained in that department until the expiration of 
term of service. 

Mrs. Lottie Hamilton Branch Griggs. 4^67 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Robert Foote Griggs. 

Descendant of Corp. Stephen Branch, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hamilton McDevit Branch and Marie Eugenie Dick- 
erson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John H. Branch and Charlotte Sawyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sanford Branch and Matilda Cady, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Branch and Hannah Stark- 
weather, his wife. 

Stephen Branch was a corporal in Capt. Ebenezer Witter's 
company that turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Mary Emma Benedict Quintard. 4^68 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick Homer Quintard. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Benedict, Sergt. Edward 
Mead, Capt. Simeon Raymond and Daniel Seymour, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Goold Benedict and Arminda Horton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Raymond Benedict and Mary Seymour, his wife; 
David Horton and Sarah Mead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Benedict and Anah Raymond, his 
wife; Edward Mead and Mary Finch, his wife; and of Daniel Seymour. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Raymond. 

Nathaniel Benedict took part in the engagements at Dan- 
bury, Fairfield and Norwalk. He served at different periods 
from 1777-82 mostly as sea coast guard. 

Edward Mead, 1776, served under his uncle, Capt. Sylvanus 
Mead. In 1781 he captured a sloop containing provisions for 
the British in New York City. 

Simeon Raymond resigned his commission under the Crown 
and joined the American troops, which so incensed the Tories 
that they burned his property. 

Daniel Seymour, 1776-77, was in Capt. Seth Seymour's com- 
pany, and in 1780 served with the Coast Guards. 



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Mrs, Mary Frances Osborne Gardner. 4^69 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Samuel Miller Gardner. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezekial Mulford and of Joseph Os- 
borne, of East Hampton, L. I. 

Daughter of Sylvanus Mulford Osborne and Frances Abigail Loper, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Osborne, Jr., and Maria Murdock Hunt- 
ing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Osborne and Polly Mulford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Mulford and Amy Mulford, his 
wife. 

Ezekial Mulford, in 1776, raised a company of minute men 
for service on Long Island. He received a high compliment 
from Washington for his intrepidity in leading a dangerous 
ambuscade at the battle. 

Also No. 3694. 

Joseph Osborne was in Capt. Ezekial Mulford's company, 
Col. Josiah Smith's regiment, at the battle of Long Island. 

Miss Sara Wisner Winthrop Smith. 4^7° 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Henry Wisner and of Maj. Henry 
Wisner, Jr., of New York. 
' Daughter of William A. Smith, A. M., and Louisa Mary Bellows, 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Smith and Sarah Wisner Steele, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Steele and Sarah Wisner, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wisner, Jr., and Sarah Barnet, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wisner and Sarah Norton, his 

wife. 

See No. 4475- 

Mrs. Mary Beard Holley. 4^7 i 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Samuel C. Holley. 

Descendant of Johanna Walker Beard, mother of patriots. 
Daughter of John F. Beard and Lois Ann Wildman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. Daniel Beard and Betsey Field, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Beard and Ruth Holbrook, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Beard and Johanna Walker, his wife. 



204 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Johanna Walker Beard was the mother of David Beard, who 
served in Maj. Skinner's regiment of Light Horse, and of 
Samuel Beard, sergeant under Capt. Birdsey at the New 
Haven Alarm. 

Also Nos. 2814, 3509. 

Mrs. Sarah Maria Smith Stiles. 4^72 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Norman C. Stiles. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Smith, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Smith and Lucy Curtiss Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Smith and Betsey Gibbs, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ezekiel Smith, who enlisted in Capt. 
Mather's company stationed at Fort Trumbull until ordered 
to the siege of Boston. He received a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Ellen Camp Douglas, 4^73 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William B. Douglas. 

Descendant of Samuel Frothingham, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Daniel Wetmore Camp and Sarah Walkley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Wetmore Camp and Lydia Frothingham, 
his wife. 
Great-granddaughter of Samuel Frothingham, who in 1778 

enlisted in the Leavenworth company, and in 1781 served un- 
der Capt. Joseph Churchhill. At the advanced age of eighty- 
one he received a pension for his services. 

Miss Emma Carroll Gilman. 4^74 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Hon. Joseph Gilman, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of C. R. Gilman, M. D., and Hannah Hawxhurst, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Ives Gilman and Hannah Robbins, his 
wife. 

See No. 401 1. 

Mrs. Emma A. Manley Bailey. 4^75" 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of J. William Bailey. 

Descendant of William Sumner Crittenden, of Massachu- 
setts. 



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Daughter of Frederick White Manley and Mary Louise Hale, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Eli Hale and Lucy Crittenden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Sumner Crittenden and Mary Bray- 
man, his wife. 

William Sumner Crittenden responded to the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Jacob Brown's company; fought at Bunker 
Hill and was at the siege of Boston, where he was captured 
and confined in the hold of an English vessel. He received a 
pension for injury to his eyesight while a prisoner. 

Mrs. Maria Cornelia Larned Southmayd. 4^76 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Samuel Gray Southmayd. 

Descendant of Rev. Enoch Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Larned and Harriet Russell, his wife. 

Grandaughter of Matthew Talcott Russell and Mary Huntington, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Enoch Huntington and Mary Gray, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Huntington and Mehetable 
Thurston, his wife. 

Rev. Enoch Huntington, on July 20, 1775, the day ap- 
pointed by the Continental Congress for "Humiliation, Fasting 
and Prayer," closed his sermon in the words of Nehemiah, 
"Be not ye afraid of them ; remember the Lord which is great 
and terrible and fight for your brethren, your sons and your 
daughters, your wives and your houses." 

Mehetable Thurston Huntington was the mother of four 
patriots. 

Also No. 998. 

Mrs. Alice Gray Southmayd Derby. 4^ 77 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Elmer Goodrich Derby. 
Descendant of Rev. Enoch Huntington. 

Daughter of Samuel Gray Southmayd and Maria Cornelia Larned, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Larned and Harriet Russell, his wife. 
See No. 4576. 



206 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Frances M. Pelton. 4^78 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Abner Pelton, of Chatham, Conn. 

Daughter of Charles Abner Pelton and Elizabeth Ruth Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Hamlin Pelton and Frances Matilda Pel- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Pelton, Jr., and Esther Hamlin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Pelton and Sarah Bidwell, his wife. 

Abner Pelton was a soldier in Capt. Daniel Stuart's com- 
pany at the battle of Long Island and with the main army 
in the New York Campaign. 

Miss Alma Leighton. 4^79 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Dominicus Rumery, of Maine. 

Daughter of Dominicus Rumery Leighton and Hannah Winslow, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Leighton and Mary Pamelia Rumery, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dominicus Rumery and Pamelia Fountain, his 
wife. 

Dominicus Rumery enlisted when sixteen as a soldier and 
was matross when peace was declared. 

Mrs. Harriet Sperry Miller. 4^80 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Eugene Spencer Miller. 

Descendant of Simeon Sperry, of Woodbridge, Conn. 

Daughter of Lucien Welles Sperry and Harriet Abigail Sperry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Sperry and Mary Atlanta Sperry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Sperry and Patience Smith, his wife. 

Simeon Sperry at the invasion of New Haven was a patriot 
who shouldered his musket and joined the party under Hill- 
house, which saved the powder mills and captured a large 
body of the enemy, mostly Hessians. 

Mrs. Abbie A. Seaver Milner. 4^81 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Joseph H. Milner. 



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Descendant of Elijah Whitney and of Elisha Whitney, of 
Warwick, Mass. 

Daughter of William Whitney Seaver and Hannah Hewes Hunne- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William C. Hunneman and Hannah Hewes, his 
wife; Joseph Seaver and Abigail Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Shubal Hewes and Martha Fry, his wife, 
Elisha Whitney and Abigail Dana, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Elijah Whitney, who in 1776 
was a member of the Committee of Correspondence. 

Elisha Whitney was lieutenant in 1779 of the First Com- 
pany, Suffolk county regiment of militia. 

Miss Henrietta Boardman Lacey. 4^82 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Maj. William Richards, Corp. Zachariah 
Lacey and Capt. Basil Munson, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rowland Bradley Lacey and Elizabeth Richards Board- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sherman Boardman and Henrietta Richards, his 
wife; Jesse Lacey and Edna Munson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Richards and Eunice Wells, his wife; 
Zachariah Lacey and Betty Rowland, his wife; Titus Munson and Mary 
Bradley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Basil Munson and Keziah Stiles, his wife. 

W r illiam Richards, in 1775, was quartermaster of the regi- 
ment commanded by Col. Parsons. He was lieutenant in the 
Continental infantry at the siege of Boston, battles of Long 
Island and White Plains, and led a company at Germantown 
and Monmouth. He served to the close of the war and was a 
member of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 
Also No. 133. 

Zachariah Lacey enlisted to reinforce the army in New 
York and was at Long Island and White Plains. He turned 
out when Danbury was burned and fought at Ridgefield. 

Basil Munson was in active service 1775-76 as captain in the 
Second Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Lucy Jane Fayerweather Beardsley. 4^83 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Morris B. Beardsley. 



208 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Fayerweather, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Fayerweather and Polly Botsford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lucius Fayerweather and Amelia Beardsley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fayerweather and Charity Burton, his 
wife. 

Samuel Fayerweather, in 1777, enlisted in Capt. Samuel 
Comstock's company, Eighth Regiment, Connecticut Line. 
He fought at Germantown, wintered at Valley Forge; was in 
the battle of Monmouth and detached from his regiment to 
engage in the storming of Stony Point. He served to the 
close of the war and lived to receive a pension. 

Mrs. Julia Anna Hubbell Billings. 4^84 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of John Haskell Billings. 

Descendant of Deacon Richard Hubbell and of Amos Hub- 
bell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Benjamin Hubbell and Eliza Thompson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Hubbell and Eleanor Hubbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Hubbell and Penelope Fayerweather, 
his wife. 

Richard Hubbell, a patriot merchant, placed at the disposal 
of the Government one of his vessels to convey soldiers under 
Col. Talmadge to surprise an armed British brig in Long Is- 
land Sound. His son Amos commanded the sloop, and un- 
der cover of darkness the brig and crew were captured and 
safely surrendered to Washington in Black Rock Harbor. 

Mrs. Julia Hubbell Billings Smith. 4^85- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Wilbur Brooks Smith. 

Descendant of Deacon Richard Hubbell and of Amos Hub- 
bell. 

Daughter of John Haskell Billings and Julia Anna Hubbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Benjamin Hubbell and Eliza Thompson, 
his wife. 

See No. 4584. 



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Mrs. Mary Frances Wells Burroughs. 4586 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James Richard Burroughs. 

Descendant of Sergt. Uzal Knapp, of New Windsor, N. Y. 

Daughter of Charles Wells and Hannah Maria Knapp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ward Knapp and Hannah Jarvis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uzal Knapp and Abigail Hoyt, his wife. 

Uzal Knapp was eighteen when he entered the army for the 
war. He fought at White Plains, wintered at Valley Forge, 
joined Lafayette's light infantry, and was with him at Mon- 
mouth. In 1780 he was sergeant in Washington's life guard, 
and received a badge of merit for six years' faithful service. He 
died in 1856, the last survivor of the life guard, and was buried 
at Washington's headquarters, Newburg, where a monument 
in i860 was erected to his memory. 

Mrs. Susan Washburne Bishop. 4587 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William D. Bishop, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. Israel Washburne, Charles Gratiot, and 
Lieut. Samuel Benjamin, of Massachusetts; Sergt. Stephen 
Hempstead, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elihu Benjamin Washburne and Adele Gratiot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Gratiot and Susan Hempstead, his wife; 
Israel Washburne and Martha Benjamin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hempstead and Mary Lewis, his wife; 
Samuel Benjamin and Tabitha Livermore, his wife; Israel Washburne 
and Abiah King, his wife; and of Charles Gratiot. 

Israel Washburne served with the militia at Long Island, 
White Plans, Crown Point, and Lake George. 

Charles Gratiot "became accountable to the full amount of 
his vast estate for the supplies of the American Army." 

Samuel Benjamin fought from Bunker Hill to Yorktown, 
when he was adjutant of the regiment commanded by the brave 
Alexander Scammel. 

Also Nos. 810, 1549. 

Stephen Hempstead turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
fought at Bunker Hill. He was wounded at Harlem Heights, 
captured at the surrender of Fort Washington and again 
wounded at the attack on New London in 1781. 

Also No. 2307. 



2IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Lacey Hunter. 4^88 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel S. Hunter. 

Descendant of Corp. Zachariah Lacey, Capt. Basil Munson 
and David Sherman, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rowland Bradley Lacey and Jane Eleanor Sherman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Lacey and Edna Munson, his wife; Isaac 
Sherman and Marie Burroughs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Lacey and Betty Rowland, his wife; 
David Sherman and Rebecca French, his wife. 

See No. 4582. 

David Sherman, 1776, was a member of the Stratfield com- 
pany, commanded by Thaddeus Bennett, on duty in New York. 

Mrs. Sarah Maria Lockwood Comstock. 4^89 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Comstock. * 

Descendant of Maj. Ebenezer Lockwood, of New York. 

Daughter of Isaac W. Smith and Julia Almstead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Linus Almstead and Katherine Thatcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cartridge Thatcher and Mary Lockwood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lockwood and Hannah Smith, 
his wife. 

Ebenezer Lockwood was so obnoxious to the Tories, when 
on the Committee of Safety, that every effort was made to 
capture him. He served in the militia, and in 1778 held the 
rank of major in the Second Regiment. 

Also No. 2836. 

Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Seeley. 4^90 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William E. Seeley. 

Descendant of Capt. Abijah Sterling, Maj. Aaron Hawley 
and Joseph Strong, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sherwood Sterling and Jane Elizabeth Hawley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Sterling and Deborah Strong, his wife; 
Aaron Hawley and Grizell Summers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Sterling and Eunice Sherwood, his 
wife; Aaron Hawley and Sarah Picket, his wife; Joseph Strong and 
Comfort Nichols, his wife. 



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Abijah Sterling was sergeant in Capt. Dimon's company at 
the Lexington Alarm, and in 1777 captain under Col. Whiting, 
stationed at Peekskill. He commanded a company during 
Tryon's invasion and fought gallantly at Ridgefield. 

Also No. 288. 

Aaron Hawley, in 1781, was brigade major to Gen. Silliman. 

Joseph Strong, in 1776, served in the Eighteenth Militia 
Regiment in New York, and in 1777 enlisted for three years 
in Capt. Solomon Strong's company, Col. Philip Burr Brad- 
ley's regiment. 

Mrs. Catharine Mary Sterling Bunnell. 4^91 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Rufus W. Bunnell. 

Descendant of Capt. Abijah Sterling and of Joseph Strong, 
of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Capt. John W. Sterling and Catharine T. Plant, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Sterling and Deborah Strong, his wife. 
See No. 4590. 

Mrs. Hettie Ann Thompson Hawley. 4^92 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward Augustus Hawley. 

Descendant of Capt. William Thompson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Thompson and Harriet Kirtland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Thompson and Alice Benjamin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Thompson and Mehitable Ufford, his 
wife. 

William Thompson was a member of the Committee of 
Safety and Inspection of Stratford. He was lieutenant of 
militia, but he led the company at the Danbury Raid and was 
wounded at Ridgfield April 27, 1777, and left on the field, 
where he was killed by a British soldier. The sermon preached 
at the funeral from the text Isaiah 1 15 by the Rev. Izrahiah 
Wetmore is preserved in that family. 

Miss Ella Thompson Hawley. 4^93 

Born in Oregon. 

Descendant of Capt. William Thompson. 

Daughter of Edward Augustus Hawley and Hettie Ann Thompson, 
his wife. 



212 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Thompson and Harriet Kirtland, his wife. 
See No. 4592. 

Mrs. Kittie Evelin Goodsell Banks. 4^94 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel Sherman Banks. 

Descendant of Sergt. Epaphras Goodsell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Epaphras Bradley Goodsell and Eliza Butts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zalmon Goodsell and Eliza Cornwall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Epaphras Goodsell and ajne Bradley, his wife. 

Epaphras Goodsell, in 1775, as sergeant in Capt. Dimon's 
company from Fairfield. In 1777 he enlisted in Capt. John 
Mills' company, Col. Charles Webb's regiment, which win- 
tered at Valley Forge and fought at Monmouth. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Chapelle Wordin Lockwood. 4^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick J. Lockwood. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Wordin and of William Wor- 
din, Jr., of Bridgeport, Conn. 

Daughter of Thomas Cook Wordin and Betsey Ann Plumb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Cook Wordin and Anne Sherwood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wordin, Jr., and Dorcas Cook, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Wordin and Ann Odell, his wife. 

William Wordin was lieutenant in Capt. Abijah Sterling's 
company, Fourth Connecticut Regiment, which reinforced 
Gen. Putnam on the Hudson during the Burgoyne Campaign. 
He was captain of a company of "Householders" to protect 
themselves against Tories as well as invaders. 

William Wordin, Jr., served in the company in which his 
father was lieutenant, and in 1780 was in the State Artillery. 

Mrs. Susan Hawley Sterling Silliman. 4^96 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Lewis Burr Silliman. 

Descendant of Capt. Abijah Sterling, Maj. Aaron Hawley 
and Joseph Strong, all of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Sherwood Sterling and Jane Elizabeth Hawley, his wife. 
See No. 4590. 

Miss Carrie Wordin Naramore. 4^97 

Born in Conencticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Wordin and of William Wor- 
din, Jr., of Bridgeport, Conn. 

Daughter of William White Naramore and Caroline Wordin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Cook Wordin and Ann Sherwood, his 
wife. 

See No. 4595. 

Miss Sarah J. Bartram. 4^98 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Bartram, of Fairfield, Conn. 

Daughter of Joseph Bartram and Elizabeth J. Carpenter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Bartram and Sarah Burr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Bartram and Mary Bartram, his wife. 

Ebenezer Bartram, in 1776, was lieutenant on the "Defense," 
which captured several prizes off Boston Harbor. In 1777 
he served as corporal in the company of his brother, Capt. 
Job Bartram, Col. Samuel Whiting's regiment. He died Jan- 
uary 3, 1783, before the glad tidings of peace were proclaimed. 

Mrs. Annie B. Blackman Hanover. 4^99 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Julius Smith Hanover. 

Descendant of Capt. William Dobbs, of New York. 

Daughter of John C. Blackman and Betsey Bishop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Bishop and Elizabeth Dobbs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Dobbs and Urania Hoyt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Dobbs and Catherine Vansise, his 
wife. 

William Dobbs was in the marine service and captain of the 
pilots sent to await the arrival of the French Fleet. Wash- 
ington in his orders wrote "not to divulge your thoughts to 
anybody and as much as possible to prevent the pilots you 
engage making known their business." He was in the secret 
service and died in 1781, upon returning from an expedition. 

Also No. 2818. 



214 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Helen Maria Blackman Ferguson. 4600 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Butler Ferguson. 
Descendant of Capt. William Dobbs. 
Daughter of John C. Blackman and Betsey Bishop, his wife. 
See No. 4599. 

Miss Bessie Bishop Hanover. 4601 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. William Dobbs. 

Daughter of Julius Smith Hanover and Annie B. Blackman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John C. Blackman and Betsey Bishop, his wife. 
See No. 4599- 

Mrs. Mary Bartram Woodruff. 4602 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Rev. Henry Collins Woodruff. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Bartram, of Fairfield, Conn. 
Daughter of Joseph Bartram and Elizabeth J. Carpenter, his wife. 
See No. 4598. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Bartram. 460$ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Bartram. 

Daughter of Joseph Bartram and Elizabeth J. Carpenter, his wife. 
See No. 4598. 

Mrs. Julia Ann Bishop. . 4604 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Darius Bishop. 

Descendant of Samuel Hitchcock, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Russell Tomlinson and Martha Maria Hitchcock, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Munson Hitchcock and Martha Maria Newhall, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hitchcock and Mary Munson, his wife. 

Samuel Hitchcock at the siege of Boston was in Gen. Joseph 
Spencer's brigade and fought at Long Island and White 
Plains under Gen. James Wadsworth. He re-enlisted in 1777, 
for three years and was one of the advance, the forty picked 
men called "The Forlorn Hope," who captured Stony Point 
and seven hundred prisoners. 



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Miss Mary L Burritt. 460^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Deacon Richard Hubbell and of Curtis Tom- 
linson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Lewellyn E. Wakeman Burritt and Jane Eliza- 
beth Hubbell, his wife. 

See No. 4222. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Hubbell and Charlotte Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ivel Hubbell and Charity Hubbell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Hubbell and Ruth Hubbell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Hubbell and Penelope Fayer- 
weather, his wife. 

See No. 4584- 

Mrs. Eliza M. Tomlinson Fairchild. 4606 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Alfred B. Fairchild. 

Descendant of Ens. Jabez Huntington Tomlinson, of Strat- 
ford, Conn. 

Daughter of Gideon M. Tomlinson and Abigail Tomlinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Huntington Tomlinson and Eliza Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington Tomlinson and Rebecca 
Lewis, his wife. 

Jabez Huntington Tomlinson, in 1777, was under Capt. 
Walker and served as ensign until 1781. He was one of the 
officers of the guard during the imprisonment of Maj. Andre. 

Mrs. Sarah Newton Hickox. 4607 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William A. Hickox. 

Descendant of Deacon Abner Newton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Israel C. Newton and Clarissa T. Sill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Newton and Sally Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Newton and Abigail Fairchild, his wife. 

Abner Newton, when fifteen, turned out with the militia and 
responded to all alarms, as did nearly every able bodied boy 
and man in the patriotic town of Durham. 

Also Nos. 1056, 3497. 



2l6 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Jennie Dearborn Wood. 4608 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Reuben Judd and of Benjamin Gilbert, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Benjamin Wood and Frances Jane Miller, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Coe Miller and Mary Colt Dowsick, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Miller and Mary Gilbert, his wife; 
Richard Dowsick and Lucy Judd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Gilbert and Mary Hamlin, his 
wife; Reuben Judd and Naomi Brown, his wife. 

Benjamin Gilbert, in 1777, enlisted under Capt. Elijah Black- 
man, with whom he served until transferred in 1780 to Capt. 
Joseph Churchill's company. 

Reuben Judd turned out at the Lexington Alarm. In 1777 
he served in the Leavenworth company, Sixth Regiment of 
militia, and later enlisted for short terms. 

Mrs. Eliza Grover Barker. 4609 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Dr. Charles C. Barker. 

Descendant of John Barker, of Maine, and Moses Mason, of 
Dublin, N. H. 

Daughter of Eli Grover, Jr., and Mehitable Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eli Grover and Esther Mason, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Mason and Esther Barker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Barker and of Moses Mason. 

John Barker was a soldier to the close of the war and some of 
the worthless Continental scrip with which he was paid is now 
prized by the family. 

Moses Mason, 1776, enlisted for nine months in Capt. Joseph 
Parker's company for service in the Northern Department. 

Mrs. Grace Barker Lattin. 4610 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Albert N. Lattin. 

Descendant of Samuel Barker, of Rowley, Mass. 
Daughter of Dr. Charles C. Barker and Eliza M. Grover, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Barker and Catherine Knight, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barker and Betsey Rogers, his wife. 



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Samuel Barker, when fourteen, was apprenticed to Maj. 
Rogers and went with him to the siege of Boston. In 1779 he 
enlisted in Capt. Samuel Carr's company, Col. James Wesson's 
regiment. His older brothers, John and James, served during 
the entire war. 

Mrs. Harriet Ives Platt. 46 u 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James Perry Platt. 

Descendant of John Ives, Nathaniel Yale and Lieut. Miles 
Merwin, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Ives and Wealthy S. Merwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Othniel Ives and Rosetta Yale, his wife; Miles 
Merwin and Harriet White Keith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Yale; John Ives and Mary Hall, 
his wife; Miles Merwin and Phebe Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Miles Merwin and Mary Parmelee, his 
wife. 

John Ives volunteered in Capt. Couch's company, Tenth 
Regiment. 

Nathaniel Yale enlisted in 1776 and was in Col. Bradley's 
regiment when captured at the surrender of Fort Washington. 

Miles Merwin served in Col. James Wadsworth's regiment of 
militia on duty at West Point. 

Also No. 2617. 

Mrs. Annie D. Parker Lyon. 4612 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Henry Lyon. 

Descendant of Stephen Parker, of Cheshire, Conn. 

Daughter of Charles Parker and Abi Lewis Eddy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Parker and Rebecca Ray, his wife. 

Stephen Parker turned out at the Lexington Alarm, and in 
1777 served in Capt. James Peck's company, Col. Roger Enos' 
regiment. In 1780 he was in the Short Levies when Andre was 
captured by the three young militia men, of whom he wrote, 
"though they were poor would not release him and sell their 
honor and their country for gold." 

Also No. 2619. 



2l8 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Kate Howell Hamlin. 4613 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Edward Hamlin, Corp. Elijah Loveland and 
Lieut Austin Mygatt, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Clayton Hamlin and Julia M. Howell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harmon Hamlin and Celestia Woodford, his wife; 
Elias Howell and Lois Loveland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Hamlin and Huldah Case, his wife; 
George Loveland and Aminta Mygatt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Hamlin; and of Elijah Loveland 
and Anna Deming, his wife; Jonathan Mygatt and Prudence Noble, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Austin Mygatt and Lament Blinn, his 
wife. 

Edward Hamlin entered the service in 1776 as cornet, and 
was in Maj. John Skinner's command in the Jersey Campaign. 

Austin Mygatt was lieutenant in Wolcott's regiment guard- 
ing the lines about Boston. In the presence of his company, 
February 26th, 1776, having just returned by foot express from 
the dangerous duty of a spy, he fell to the ground and expired. 

Also No. 1623. 

Elijah Loveland was corporal under Capt. Eli Butler. 

Miss Nettie Lua Bowen. 4614 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Sergt. Walter Booth, of Woodbridge, Conn. 
Daughter of Henry Bowen and Jane Lua Bevins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alvin Bevins and Lua Booth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary Newton, his wife. 
See No. 4376. 

Mrs. Fannie Adams Molthrop. 46 i$ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Henry Molthrop. 

Descendant of Capt. Ralph Stoddard, Ens. Vine Stoddard 
and Nathaniel Adams, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Adams and Julia Ann Stoddard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Guy Carleton Stoddard and Susanna Allyn, his 
wife; David Adams and Lydia Latham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Vine Stoddard and Abigail Avery, his wife; 
David Adams and Phoebe Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Stoddard and Susannah Elderkin 
Avery, his wife; Nathaniel Adams and Elizabeth Comstock, his wife. 



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219 



Ralph Stoddard commanded a company in the Eighth Regi- 
ment of militia under Col. Oliver Smith. 

Vine Stoddard was ensign under his father, and in 1781 
served in the Provisional regiment ordered by the Assembly. 

Nathaniel Adams was in the Third Battalion, Wadsworth's 
brigade, in the retreat from New York, and fought at White 
Plains. He was killed at the battle of Groton Heights. 

Mrs. Adelaide Stanton Adee. 4616 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of George A. Adee. 

Descendant of Samuel Stanton, of Stonington, Conn. 

Daughter of Charles Thompson Stanton and Nancy Lord Palmer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Stanton and Hannah Palmer, his wife. 

Samuel Stanton, at the age of fifteen, was a private in Capt. 
Edward Mott's company, Col. Samuel Holden Parson's regi- 
ment, in 1775. His brothers, Lieut. Enoch and Sergt. Daniel, 
were both killed at the massacre of Fort Griswold, but he lived 
to receive a pension for his services. 

Miss Ellen Louise Adee. 4617 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Stanton. 

Daughter of George A. Adee and Adelaide Palmer Stanton, his wife! 
Granddaughter of Charles Thompson Stanton and Nancy Lord Pal- 
mer, his wife. 
See No. 4616. 

Miss Julia Emeline Smith. 4618 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Descendant of Col. Benadam Gallup, Capt. Isaac Gallup and 
Lieut. Nehemiah Smith, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Orlando Smith and Emeline Gallup, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Gallup and Prudence Geer, his wife. 
See No. 4170. 

Mrs. Juliet Stanton Finney. 4619 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Edward F. Finney. 



220 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Samuel Stanton, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Thompson Stanton and Nancy Lord Palmer, 
his wife. 

See No. 4616. 

Miss Maria Noyes Sheffield. 4620 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Giles Russell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis Sheffield and Betsey D. Sheffield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Denison Noyes and Hannah R. Stanton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stanton and Hannah Russell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Giles Russell and Prudence Stanton Cole- 
man, his wife. 

Giles Russell was lieutenant colonel in Wadsworth's brigade 
in the retreat from New York and at the battle of White Plains. 
He fought at Germantown and Monmouth and held the rank 
of colonel when he died at Danbury in 1779. 

Miss Emily Avery Wheeler. 4621 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Stephen Avery and of Sergt. Israel Morgan, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Anson Wheeler and Frances Mary Avery, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Avery and Elizabeth Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Morgan and Elizabeth Brewster, his 
wife. 

Stephen Avery was in Col. Samuel Selden's regiment in the 
campaign of 1776 which suffered in the retreat and panic at 
Kips Bay, September 15th, when New York was abandoned. 

Israel Morgan was sergeant in Capt. Hewitt's company, Col. 
Jonathan Latimer's regiment of militia, that marched to rein- 
force Gates, and fought at Bemus Heights and Saratoga. 

Mrs. Ann Eliza Phelps. 4622 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Erskine M. Phelps. 

Descendant of John Larkin and of Corp. Moses Wilder, of 
Lancaster, Mass. 
Daughter of Charles L. Wilder and Harriet E. Harris, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Emery Harris and Hezediah Larkin, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 221 



Gr.-granddaughter of John Larkin and Sarah Robertson, his wife. 
See No. 4210. 

John Larkin served in the militia in Capt. John Drury's com- 
pany, Col. Ezra Wood's regiment. 

Miss Mary Ivers Lockwood. 462 ^ 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Guy Richards, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Stephen Lockwood and Sally Richards, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Guy Richards and Hannah Dolbeare, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Guy Richards and Elizabeth Harris, his wife. 
Guy Richards took the initiative in all patriotic movements 
of New London, and in 1781 was quartermaster of militia. 

Mrs. Sarah W. Palmer Letchford. 4624 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Slack Letchford. 

Descendant of Ens. Amos Denison, Sergt. Ephraim Wil- 
liams and Nathaniel Palmer, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Lord Palmer and Sarah Potter Williams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Williams, Jr., and Hannah Elizabeth 
Denison, his wife; Nathaniel Palmer and Mercy Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Denison and Hannah Williams, his wife; 
Ephraim Williams and Hepzibah Phelps, his wife; Nathaniel Palmer 
and Grace Noyes, his wife. 

Amos Denison, in 1777, enlisted for three years in Col. Jedi- 
diah Huntington's regiment, and in 1780 was ensign in Capt. 
William Stanton's company, Col. Oliver Smith's regiment for 
State defense. 

Ephraim Williams, in 1776, was sergeant in the Eighth Mil- 
itia Regiment at New York. In 1778 he served under Capt. 
Ezekiel Olcott, Col. Samuel Chapman's regiment. 

Nathaniel Palmer was one of the three volunteers who turned 
out from Stonington at the Lexington Alarm. 

Miss Lillie Gallagher Hopkins. 462^ 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Hopkins, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Rogers Hopkins and Mary Murray Gallagher, 
his wife. 



222 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Miles Hopkins and Sarah Elizabeth 
Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hopkins and Mary Miles, his wife. 

Samuel Hopkins was in the volunteer company from Win- 
chester that marched to aid in the defense of New York, 1776. 

Miss Virginia Murray Hopkins. 4626 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Samuel Hopkins. 

Daughter of William Rogers Hopkins and Mary Murray Gallagher, 
his wife. 

See No. 4625. 

Mrs. Mary Van Gieson Foster. 4627 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of D. Crosby Foster. 

Descendant of Jacob Kent. 

Daughter of Acmon Pulaski Van Gieson and Anna Skillman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Van Gieson and Sarah Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reinier Van Gieson and Sarah Kent, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jacob Kent, who enrolled as a 
private in 1776, and during four years served in the Third Bat- 
talion, New Jersey Continental Line. 

Mrs. Esther Jackman Hasbrouck. 4628 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frank Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Jackman, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of David Kilborn Jackman and Seraphina Putnam Ross, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Jackman and Esther R. Sawyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Jackman and Elizabeth Morrill, his 
wife. 

William Jackman, in 1777, was a private in Col. Stickney's 
militia regiment that marched to the relief of Ticonderoga ; in 
1778-79 he served in the Rhode Island Campaign as sergeant, 
and in 1780 was drafted from the militia for the "New Levies" 
in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Catherine Putnam Fowler. 4629 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Milton Alanson Fowler. 



UNSAGE BOOK. 223 



Descendant of Maj. Gen. Henry Knox and Col. Samuel 
Thatcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Oren Siker and Julia Knox Thatcher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Thatcher and Lucy Flucker Knox, his 
wife. 

See No. 4100. 

Miss Helen Wilkinson Reynolds. 4630 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of James Winans, Dr. Ebenezer Cary, Capt. 
Joshua Champlin and Isaac Dennis, all of New York, and Ens. 
William Reynolds, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of John Richardson Reynolds and Jane Hewitt Wilkinson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Wilkinson and Sophia Cary, his wife; 
James Reynolds, Jr., and Jane I. Richardson, his wife. 

See No. 4454. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Reynolds and Elizabeth Winans, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Reynolds and Esther Reynolds, 
his wife; Solomon Flagler and Phebe Dennis, his wife; and of James 
Winans. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Dennis and Tamer B. Dennis, his 
wife. 

Isaac Dennis and James Winans, in 1775, were signers of the 
Articles of Association of Dutchess County. 

William Reynolds joined the militia in 1775, and during the 
entire war turned out whenever called. 

Miss Katharine Hall Wodell. 4631 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. James Vander Burgh, Capt. Cornelius 
Van Wyck and Capt. Noah Wheeler, of New York, and Aaron 
Hall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Silas Wodell and Anna Hall, his wife. 

See No. 4203. 

Mrs. Georgian a Warden Miles. 4632 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William Augustus Miles. 
Descendant of Ens. John Whittlesey, of Connecticut. 



224 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Dr. William Warden and Lucy Bishop Whittlesey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliphalet Whittlesey and Martha Strong Rose, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Whittlesey and Mary Beale, his wife. 

See No. 4178. 

Mrs. Harriet Mulford Van Cleef. 4633 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James Spencer Van Cleef. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezekiel Mulford, of East Hampton, 
■ N. Y. 

Daughter of George Howell and Ursula Pierce Mulford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edward Mulford and Fanny Rysam, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Mulford and Amy Mulford, his wife. 
See No. 4569. 

Mrs. Nina Radcliffe Heermance. 4634 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Martin Heermance. 

Descendant of Capt. Jacobus Kip, Maj. William Radcliffe, 
Col. David Van Ness and Capt. Andries Heermance, all of 
New York. 

Daughter of David Van Ness Radcliffe and Maria Gravaert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Radcliffe and Jane Van Ness, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Radcliffe and Sarah Kip, his wife; 
David Van Ness and Cornelia Heermance, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacobus Kip; and of Andries Heermance. 

William Radcliffe, in 1775, entered the militia as captain; in 
1778 he had risen to the rank of major. 

Jacobus Kip was captain of the Fifth Company, Rhinebeck 
Precinct. 

David Van Ness was captain and then colonel of Dutchess 
county militia. 

Andries Heermance, March, 1778, was commissioned captain 
of State troops. 

Mrs. Helen Mary Stuyvesant Sanford. 4635" 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Robert Sanford. 
Descendant of Col. Christopher Yates, of New York. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 225 



Daughter of John Reade Stuyvesant and Mary Austin Yates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Andrew Yates and Hanah Allen Hooker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Yates and Janatje Bradt, his wife. 

Christopher Yates was a member of the Committee of Safety 
at the beginning of the war; in 1778 lieutenant colonel of the 
First Regiment, Albany county militia. 

Miss Myra Hubbard Avery. 4636 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Elijah Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Solon C. Avery and Susan Cook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jay Avery and Nancy Murdock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Avery and Elizabeth Avery, his wife. 

Elijah Avery was ensign in Capt. Gallup's company, Eighth 
Regiment of Foot, during the New York Campaign of 1776, 
and captain on the return of the regiment in 1780. His tomb- 
stone records that he fell in defense of Fort Griswold, a sacri- 
fice to British barbarity. 

Miss Catherine Bevier Hoornbeek. 4637 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Ens. Moses De Puy and of Ens. Mathusalim 
Du Bois, of New York. 

Daughter of Calvin Hoornbeek and Catherine De Puy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias De Puy and Mary Sahler, his wife; Johan- 
nis Hoornbeek and Gertrude Du Bois, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses De Puy and Helena Hardenberg, his 
wife; Mathusalim Du Bois and Catherine Bevier, his wife. 

Moses De Puy was ensign in the Third Company, Third 
Regiment, Ulster county militia. 

Mathusalim Du Bois was ensign in the First Company from 
New Paltz, Third Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Rachel De Puy Hasbrouck. 4638 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Isaac Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Capt. Jacob Rutsen De Witt, of New York. 
Daughter of Jacob Hasbrouck De Puy and Maria Hardenburgh De 
Witt, his wife. 



226 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Rutsen De Witt and Rachel Hardenburgh, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Rutsen De Witt and Jenneke De Puy, 
his wife. 

Jacob Rutsen De Witt was captain of Rangers guarding the 
frontier of Ulster and Sullivan counties and commanded a com- 
pany in Col. James Clinton's regiment of militia. He gave his 
stone house on the Neversink River, subsequently called "Fort 
De Witt," as a refuge for women and children during the war. 

Mrs. Mary Louisa Harris, 4639 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Glenn Burgess Harris. 

Descendant of Benjamin Uncles, of Maryland. 

Daughter of John Michael Earlougher and Louisa D. Charles, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henson Earlougher and Mary E. Chandlee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Earlougher and Sarah Uncles, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Uncles and Margaret Plaister, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Uncles enlisted in 1777, under Capt. Dorsey, in 
Col. Williams' Second Maryland Regiment. He took part in 
the battles of Brandywine, Monmouth, Stony Point, and his 
discharge, dated "Camp Weeks Farm, April 11, 1780," is in 
possession of the family. He applied for a pension in 1821. 

Also No. 1667. 

Mrs. Jane Carter Mapes. 4640 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Mapes. 

Descendant of Adolph De Grove, of New York. 

Daughter of Levi D. Woolsey and Margaret Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Carter and Jane Linderman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Carter and Sarah De Grove, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adolph De Grove and Sarah Lawrence, 
his wife. 

Adolph De Grove was one of the "Sons of Liberty" who left 
New York when it was captured and the British confiscated his 
property. In 1778-79 he was enrolled in Capt. Samuel Clark's 
company of "Exempts;" these during the entire war were as- 
sessed to supply men and arms in their places. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 227 



Mrs. Harriet Eighmy Brown. 4641 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Judge Charles F. Brown. 

Descendant of Daniel MacCarty, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Norman L. Shaffer and Harriet Maria Eighmy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Eighmy and Catherine MacCarty, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel MacCarty and Catharine MacCarty, 
his wife. 

Daniel MacCarty turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
took part in the battles of Bunker Hill and Trenton. He served 
in 1777 under Col. John Greaton, and in different commands 
until the close of the war. He lived to receive a pension. 

Miss Anne Elizabeth Smith. 4642 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jerusha Morgan Avery, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Nelson Smith and Emily L. Shaurman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Shaurman and Amanda Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Avery and Hannah Rockefeller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Avery and Hannah Punderson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Humphrey Avery and Jerusha Mor- 
gan, his wife. 

Jerusha Morgan Avery was the mother of Waightstill Avery, 
a signer of the Mechlenburg Declaration of Independence. 
Eleven of this family and name were killed and seven wounded 
at Fort Griswold. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Gilman Peirce Jackson. 4643 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Jesse Taylor Jackson. 

Descendant of Samuel Wentworth and of Col. Jonathan 
Wentworth, of Dover, N. H. 
Daughter of Andrew Peirce and Mary Frances Gilman, his wife. 
See No. 4535. 

Mrs. Emma Mann Swan. 4644 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Joseph R. Swan. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jacob Ford, of New York. 



228 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Charles Addison Mann and Emma Bagg, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abijah Mann and Levina Ford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Ford and Abigail Curtis, his wife. 
See No. 4335- 

Miss Augusta Prescott Welch. 4645" 

Born in Nebraska. 

Descendant of Gen. John Chandler, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Frank Welch and Elizabeth Butts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin R. Welch and Mary Elizabeth Chandler 
Prescott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Prescott and Caroline Chandler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Chandler and Mary Whittier, his wife. 

John Chandler, at fifteen, was a soldier at the surrender of 
Burgoyne. He enlisted on a privateer which was captured, the 
crew taken to Savannah and confined in the harbor. They 
made their escape from the infested prison ship, some to die 
from exposure, but he survived the hardships of the long tramp 
North and rejoined the army, serving to the close of the war. 

Miss Edith Virginia Gardiner. 4646 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Gardiner, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Henry Denison Gardiner and Emma Virginia Wood, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Denison Gardiner and Orilla K. Fair- 
banks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Denison Gardiner and Eunice Otis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Gardiner and Esther Denison, his 
wife. 

William Gardiner, in 1775, was a soldier in the Eighth Com- 
pany, Second Regiment, and from 1781-83 served under Capt. 
James Morris, Connecticut Line. 

Miss Ruth Havens Prime. 4647 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Ralph Earl, Ralph Earl, Jr., Nathaniel 
Richards, Lieut. Josiah Colson and William Upton, all of Mas- 
sachusetts; Rev. Ebenezer Prime and Benjamin Youngs 
Prime, of Long Island. 



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Daughter of Ralph Earl Prime and Annie Richards Wolcott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Jermain Prime and Ruth Havens Higbie, 
his wife; Jacob Richards and Elizabeth Gardner Wolcott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Higbie and Mary Ann Earl, his 
wife; Jacob Richards and Lydia Colson, his wife; Nathaniel Scudder 
Prime and Julia Ann Jermain, his wife; Rev. Calvin Richards and 
Sarah Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Earl, Jr., and Sarah Gates, his wife; 
Benjamin Youngs Prime and Mary Wheelwright, his wife; Nathaniel 
Richards and Deborah Blancher, his wife; Josiah Colson and Leah 
Beales, his wife; Samuel Gardner and Sarah Upton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Prime and Experience 
Youngs, his wife; Ralph Earl and Pho.ebe Whittemore, his wife; Wil- 
liam Upton and Sarah Herrick, his wife. 

Ralph Earl refused a commisson from the British and was 
captain in the Worcester county militia in the Rhode Island 
Campaign. His son Ralph also served during the war. 

Nathaniel Richards, in 1776, was a private at Dorchester 
Heights in Capt. Thomas Nash's company. 

Josiah Colson, 1JJ6-J7, turned out with the militia. 

William Upton was under Capt. John Flint and Col. David 
Green at the Lexington Alarm. 

Rev. Ebenezer Prime, a patriotic preacher, at the age of sev- 
enty-seven, was driven from his home by British invaders, 
who destroyed his library and pillaged his house. 

Benjamin Youngs Prime was a contributor to the "American 
Whig" and the author of many patriotic poems. 

Miss Kate Prime. 4648 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Ralph Earl, Ralph Earl, Jr., Nathaniel 
Richards, Lieut. Josiah Colson, William Upton, Rev. Ebenezer 
Prime and Benjamin Youngs Prime. 

Daughter of Ralph Earl Prime and Annie Richards Wolcott, his 
wife. 

See No. 4647. 

Mrs. Clara L. Peirce Wilson. 4649 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Washington Wilson. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Samuel Wentworth and of Col. Jonathan 
Wentworth, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Andrew Peirce and Mary Frances Gilman, his wife. 
See No. 4535. 

Mrs. Caroline Sophia Denny Paxton. 46^0 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rev. William Miller Paxton. 

Descendant of William Denny, Maj. Ebenezer Denny, Capt. 
John Wilkins, and Gen. James OTIara, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Harmar Denny and Elizabeth Febiger O'Hara, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny and Nancy Wilkins, his wife; 
James O'Hara and Mary Carson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Denny and Agnes Parker, his wife; 
John Wilkins and Katharine Rowan, his wife. 

William Denny was Commissary of Issues during the war. 

Ebenezer Denny, in 1778, entered the army as ensign and 
served to the close of the war, when he was lieutenant of the 
Third Regiment, Pennsylvania Line. He was a member of the 
original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 516. 

John Wilkins, 1776, was a member of the Constitutional Con- 
vention; he raised and equipped a company, which was at- 
tached to Col. Oliver Spencer's regiment at the battles of Ger- 
mantown and Brandywine. 

Also Nos. 154, 1034, 2259, 3737. 

James O'Hara, in 1776, was captain of volunteers at Fort 
Kanawha, Va. He was commissary for the general hospital at 
Carlisle until 1781, when he was made assistant quartermaster. 

Also Nos. 596, 867, 2678. 

Miss Elizabeth Denny Paxton. 46^1 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. John Paxton, Jr., Rev. William Paxton, 
William Denny, Maj. Ebenezer Denny, Gen. James O'Hara, 
Capt. John Wilkins, Col. James Dunlop and Capt. William 
Miller, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Miller Paxton and Caroline Sophia Denny, his 
wife. 

See No. 4650. 

Granddaughter of James Dunlop Paxton and Jane Maria Miller, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. William Paxton and Jane Dunlop, his 
wife; William Miller and Margaret Craig, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Paxton, Jr., and Jane McNeeley, his 
wife; James Dunlop and Jane Boggs, his wife. 

See No. 4343. 

John Paxton, Jr., in 1776, belonged to a company of As- 
sociators, and in 1777 was captain of Lancaster county militia. 

William Paxton, when sixteen, enlisted in his father's com- 
pany and fought at Trenton and Princeton. 

William Miller, in 1776, was ensign in the Sixth Battalion 
and in 1781 had risen to the rank of captain. 

Mrs. Charlotte Augusta Brown Sea. 4652 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles M. Sea. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Weld Philbrook and of Capt. 
Benjamin Hoppin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Henry St. George Hopkins and Katharine Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Brown and Charlotte Augusta Hoppin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Washington Hoppin and Mary Ken- 
nedy Philbrook, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hoppin and Anna Rawson, his 
wife; Thomas Weld Philbrook and Abigail Mason, his wife. 

Benjamin Hoppin, in 1776, was lieutenant in Babcock's 
State regiment and rose to the rank of captain. He fought at 
White Plains, Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth. 

Also Nos. 556, 835. 

Thomas Weld Philbrook, in 1778, was a private at Ticon- 
deroga and joined the Penobscot Expedition, where he was 
captured and confined nearly a year in the Old Jersey. 

Also No. 2808. 

Mrs. Frances Herbert Vail. 46^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Mott Bedell Vail. 

Descendant of Col. John Smock, Capt. Hendrick Smock, 
Capt. James Morgan and Lieut. Aaron Lane, all of New Jer- 
sey, and James Wallen, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Morgan Herbert and Mary D. Hutchings, his 
wife. 



232 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Jacob Van Wickle Herbert and Eliza Jane Smock, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Herbert and Margaret Sophia Van 
Wickle, his wife; Garret H. Smock and Rebecca Wallen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Van Wickle and Sarah Morgan, his 
wife; James Wallen and Elizabeth Wainwright, his wife; Hendrick 
Smock and Sarah Lane, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Morgan and Margaret Evertson, 
his wife; John Smock and Elizabeth Conover, his wife; Aaron Lane 
and Sarah Covenhoven, his wife. 

John Smock, in 1777, was captain of Monmouth county mili- 
tia, and lieutenant colonel when taken prisoner May 27, 1778. 

Hendrick Smock, in 1775, was captain of minute men and 
later of militia and artillery. 

James Morgan entered the service as ensign, but rose to the 
rank of captain under Col. Nathaniel Heard. 

Aaron Lane was lieutenant in the Somerset county militia. 

James Wallen served in the New York militia. 

Also Nos. 276, 1491, 3721. 

Mrs. Bertha BisseLl Allen Ferris. 46^4 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Floyd Ferris. 

Descendant of Zebulon Bissell and of Sergt. Benjamin Bis- 
sell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Timothy Field Allen and Julia Bissell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Bissell and Lydia Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bissell and Esther Benton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Bissell and Abigail Smith, his 
wife. 

Zebulon Bissell was the oldest soldier in Capt. Beebe's com- 
pany at Fort Washington, 1776, where he was captured and 
not exchanged until 1777; he died on his journey home. 

Benjamin Bissell was sergeant in a company from Litchfield. 

Mrs. Harriet Alden Arthurs. 4655- 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Robert Arthurs. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Wormsted, of Massachusetts, 
and Cornelius Van Horn, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Timothy John Fox Alden and Priscilla Dunn Van Horn, 
his wife. 

See No. 4254. 



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Mrs. Cornelia Ewart Van Osten. 46^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frederick William Van Osten. 

Descendant of Rev. Hugh Henry Brackenridge. 

Daughter of Samuel Ewart and Mary Brackenridge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Brackenridge and Mary Porter, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Hugh Henry Brackenridge and Sabina Wolff, 
his wife. 

Hugh Henry Brackenridge was born in Scotland, but gradu- 
ated from Princeton. During the Jersey Campaigns he served 
as chaplain; his sermons were exhortations to "fight and win." 

Also No. 3232. 

Mrs. Julia Leach Clark. 46^7 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Frank Leslie Clark. 

Descendant of Ens. Lemuel Leach and of Corp. Israel Man- 
ning, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Smallidge Leach and Sophia Manning Ball, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Leach, Jr., and Elizabeth Smallidge, his 
wife; Josiah Ball and Sophia Manning, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Leach and Rebecca Washburn, his 
wife; Israel Manning and Lydia Richardson, his wife. 

Lemuel Leach was sergeant and ensign in Capt. Ezekiel 
Knowlton's company, Col. Nicholas Dyke's regiment of Mas- 
sachusetts militia. 

Israel Manning responded to the Lexington Alarm and was 
at the battle of Bunker Hill. In 1777 he enlisted in Col. Tim- 
othy Bigelow's regiment for three years. 

Mrs. Anne Brewster Kennard Martin. 46^8 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Stephen Martin. 

Descendant of Joseph Hugg and of Jacob Cox, of New Jer- 
sey. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Spencer Kennard and Nancy Reid JefTers, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hugg Kennard, Jr., D. D., and Beulah 
Cox, his wife. 



234 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Kennard and Elizabeth Hugg, his wife; 
Jacob Cox and Mary Harding, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hugg and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Joseph Hugg, 1775-76, was a member of the Provincial Con- 
gress of New Jersey. 

Jacob Cox was a soldier in the Third Battalion, Gloucester 
militia, and in Col. Richard Somer's regiment, State troops. 

Miss Sutia Alberta Rice. 46^9 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert H. Kirkwood, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Albert De Loss Rice and Sutia Ann Kerr Allen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. David Allen and Ann Steele Kirkwood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Kirkwood and Margaret Gil- 
lespie, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert H. Kirkwood and Sarah England, 
his wife. 

Robert H. Kirkwood was lieutenant at the battles of Long 
Island and White Plains; captain at Brandywine, German- 
town, Monmouth, and at Camden "his company stood as men 
never stood before." As the superior officers were captured, 
he formed from the remnants of the regiment his famous Light 
Infantry. "The brave Kirkwood and his Delawares" fought 
under Greene in the Southern Campaign. 

Miss Maud Fundenberg. 4660 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Sergt. Zebulon Parke. 

Daughter of George Pear Fundenberg, M. D., and Ximina Horton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harman Horton and Elizabeth Parke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Parke and Jane Burres, his wife. 

Zebulon Parke served as private, corporal and sergeant in 
the New Jersey troops. He took part in the battle of Brandy- 
wine; was at Valley Forge and fought at Monmouth. He was 
wounded while in service and received a pension. 

Also No. 1538. 



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Mrs. Britta M. Cooper. 4661 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of C. E. Cooper. 

Descendant of Capt. William Cowan, of Westmoreland 
county, Pa. 

Daughter of James L. Carnaghan and Rachel McLane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McLane and Rachel Cowan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cowan and Mary Cowan, his wife. 

William Cowan was commissioned captain May 19, 1775, in 
Maj. John Davis' regiment. At the age of eighty-two he re- 
ceived a pension for his services. 

Also No. 1361. 

Mrs. Kate Conway Macon Paulson. 4662 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Frank C. Paulson. 

Descendant of Col. James Madison and of Col. Thomas Bar- 
bour, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Reuben Conway Macon and Emma C. Riely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Madison Macon and Lucetta Newman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Macon and Sarah Madison, his wife; 
Thomas Newman and Lucy Barbour, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Madison and Nelly Rose Conway, 
his wife; Thomas Barbour and Isabella Thomas Pendleton, his wife. 

James Madison was chairman of the First Committee of 
Safety of Orange and his oldest son James, afterwards Presi- 
dent, was the youngest member of that body. He was colonel 
for home defense, being too old for field duty. His sons Am- 
brose and William were officers during the war. 

Also Nos. 2394, 3047. 

Thomas Barbour represented Orange in the Assembly, 1775, 
and was colonel in the Virginia Line. 

Mrs. Julia Gardiner Gayley. 4663 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Gayley. 

Descendant of Corp. Curtis Crane, Lieut. Theodore Parme- 
lee and William Gardiner. 

Daughter of Curtis Crane Gardiner and Mary Parmelee Thurston, 
his wife. 



236 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Lyman Gardiner and Mary Crane, his wife; Ariel 
Standish Thurston and Julia Clark Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Curtis Crane and Lucy Adams, his wife; 
Erastus Langdon Hart and Mary Parmelee, his wife; Daniel Denison 
Gardiner and Eunice Otis, his wife. 

See No. 4646. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Curtis Crane and Elizabeth Palmer, his 
wife; Theodore Parmelee and Kezia Hudson, his wife. 

Curtis Crane served from 1778-83 in Col. Samuel B. Webb's 
regiment, and was at the battles of Rhode Island and Spring- 
field. In 1 78 1 he was corporal under Capt. Roger Alden. 

Theodore Parmelee was lieutenant of the Fifth Regiment of 
Light Horse and present at the battle of Saratoga. 

Also No. 752. 

Miss Agnes Louisa Pursell. 4664 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Scott, Lieut. Robert Scott and John 
Ralston, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Isaac Pursell, M. D., and Ann Amelia Scott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. William Gardner Scott and Nancy King Lat- 
timore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Scott and Sara Gardner, his wife; Wil- 
liam Lattimore and Mary Ralston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ralston and Christiana King, his 
wife; John Scott and Agnes McElroy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Scott and Jane Mitchell, his wife. 

John Scott was commissary general of State troops. 

Also Nos. 7, 2522. 

Robert Scott was sergeant in Hare's Flying Camp at the 
battle of Long Island. He was subsequently captured and 
after his release served as lieutenant of Associators. 

John Ralston for three years was a member of the Provincial 
Congress; 1776, a delegate from Northampton county to the 
convention of which Benjamin Franklin was President, and in 
1781 paymaster of militia. 

Miss Sarah Williams Cresswell. 466^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Mytinger and of Daniel Wil- 
liams, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Matthew Cresswell and Deborah Moulson, his wife. 
See No. 4046. 



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Mrs. Marie Denis Mercur. 4666 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James Watts Mercur. 
Descendant of Peter Tharp and of Samuel F. Randolph, of 

New Jersey. 

Daughter of Narcisse Francois Honore Denis and Marietta Ran- 
dolph, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Randolph and Eliza Tharp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Tharp and Jemima Turner, his wife; 
Samuel F. Randolph and Phebe Randolph, his wife. 

Peter Tharp, in 1777, was a soldier in Capt. William Gor- 
don's company, Col. Elias Dayton's regiment. When honora- 
bly discharged, 1783, he had been in active service two years. 

Samuel F. Randolph was a minute man in Middlesex county, 
who turned out whenever called during the war. 

Miss Caroline C. Walbridge. 4667 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Walbridge, Maj. Edward Mott, 
Ens. Jonas Morgan, Col. John Knickerbacker and John 
Knickerbacker, Jr. 

Daughter of Henry Thomas Walbridge and Esther Margaret Knick- 
erbacker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer William Walbridge and Sally Morgan, 
his wife; John Knickerbacker and Caroline Chester, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Walbridge and Elizabeth Stebbins, 
his wife; Jonas Morgan and Sarah Mott, his wife; John Knicker- 
backer, Jr., and Elizabeth Winne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Mott and Sarah Kinne, his wife> 
John Knickerbacker and Rebecca Fonda, his wife. 

Ebenezer Walbridge was lieutenant at the capture of Ticon- 
deroga, Crown Point and the siege of Quebec. He fought at 
Bennington and rose to the rank of colonel. 

Edward Mott was captain at Quebec and major in Gay's regi- 
ment at Long Island and White Plains. 

Jonas Morgan, in 1777, was ensign in McClellen's regiment. 

John Knickerbacker was colonel of militia at Saratoga, where 
he was wounded, and his son John served under Capt. Jacob 
Yates in the Albany county brigade. 

Also No. 122. 



238 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Johnston Bingham. 4668 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward Donnalldson Bingham. 

Descendant of Dr. Robert Johnston. 

Daughter of Samuel Reed Johnston and Alice Beeson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Reed Johnston and Mary Nelson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Johnston and, Mary Reed, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Johnston who, in 
1776, was surgeon in the Sixth Pennsylvania Battalion and 
hospital physician when Gen. Greene ordered him to the South- 
ern Department. He served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Kate Cobb Dunn. 4669 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas D. Dunn, M. D. 

Descendant of Maj. Richard Sinclair and of Samuel Sinclair, 
of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Theodore Barrett Cobb and Lissie M. Sinclair, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Sinclair and Martha Bucklin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sinclair and Sally Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Sinclair and Polly Cilley, his wife. 

Richard Sinclair turned out at the Lexington Alarm and in 
1778 was captain in Sullivan's brigade. In 1780 he commanded 
a company in Bartlett's regiment, raised for the defense of 
West Point, and was promoted to the rank of major. 

Also No. 2134. 

Samuel Sinclair, when fourteen, served as page to his uncle, 
Col. Joseph Cilley. He enlisted for three years in that regi- 
ment and Saratoga was his first battle. 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. McIlvain. 4670 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. Gibson McIlvain. 

Descendant of Sarah Robinson, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Abraham Robinson Mcllvaine and Anna Garrison, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James McIlvain and Mary Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Robinson and Sarah Penrose Robin- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Robinson and Sarah Robinson, 
his wife. 



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Sarah Robinson was the mother of Thomas Robinson, Jr., 
who in 1776 was captain of the Fourth Pennsylvania Bat- 
talion. He commanded a regiment at Brandywine, where he 
received three wounds and had two horses shot under him. 
He served to the close of the war and was a member of the 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Sallie Robinson Miller. 4671 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Francis P. Miller. 

Descendant of Sarah Robinson, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of Abraham Robinson Mcllvaine and Anna Garrison, his 
wife. 

See No. 4670. 

Miss Mary Robinson McIlvaine. 4672 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Sarah Robinson, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of Abraham Robinson Mcllvaine and Anna Garrison, his 
wife. 

See No. 4670. 

Mrs. Helen Brogden Iglehart. 4673 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of John Wilson Iglehart. 

Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Sellman. 

Daughter of David McCulloch Brogden and Margaret Sellman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Sellman and Ann Elizabeth Harwood, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Sellman and Elizabeth Battie, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Sellman, in 1776, was lieutenant of the Third Mary- 
land Battalion of the Flying Camp and rose to the rank of cap- 
tain the same year. He was retired as major, 1783, and was a 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Miss Mary Tucker Magill. 4674 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Gen. Adam Stephen, Col. Charles Mynn 
Thruston, Col. Theodorick Bland, Col. St. George Tucker and 
Col. Charles Magill, all of Virginia. 



240 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Dr. Alfred Thruston Magill and Ann Hunter Tucker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Henry St. George Tucker and Anne Hun- 
ter, his wife; Charles Magill and Mary Thruston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of St. George Tucker and Frances Bland, his 
wife; Moses Hunter and Anne Stephen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam Stephen, Theodorick Bland and 
Charles Mynn Thruston. 

Adam Stephen, 1776, was an officer of State militia. 

Charles Mynn Thruston was known as the "fighting parson." 

Also Nos. 42, 1831. 

Theodorick Bland, 1776, was captain of Virginia Light Dra- 
goons, and in 1777 became colonel of the First Continentals. 

St. George Tucker fought at Guilford Court House. 

Charles Magill was disinherited by his father for joining the 
army. He was on Gen. Evan's staff at Guilford Court House, 
where he was wounded. 



Mrs, Sophie Lee Utermehle. 4675" 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Charles H. Utermehle. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Robert Bradley Tyler. 

Daughter of William Bradley Stokes and Sophie Fitz Hugh, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Young Stokes and Harriet Dryden Tyler, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Bradley Tyler and Harriet Murdock, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Bradley Tyler, who in 
1774 was lieutenant colonel of a regiment in Prince George 
county and a representative of the Maryland Convention. 

Mrs. Sallie Newton Page. 4676 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Hugh Nelson Page. 

Descendant of Thomas Newton, of Virginia, and Lydia Bar- 
rington Darragh, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daughter of Dr. Thomas Newton and Margaret Porter Darragh, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Darragh and Eliza Tucker Armistead, 
his wife; George Newton and Courtney Tucker Norton, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of John Darragh and Margaret Porter, his wife; 
Thomas Newton and Martha Tucker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Darragh and Lydia Barrington, 
his wife. 

Thomas Newton was a member of the Committee of Safety 
and appointed by the Convention of 1776 Commissioner of Ad- 
miralty. In 1780 he was mayor of Norfolk. 

Also No. 1 1 12. 

Lydia Barrington Darragh was the brave Quakeress who is 
credited with carrying on foot to the camp at White Marsh in- 
formation of Lord Howe's intended surprise and attack on the 
American Army, which she had overheard him plan with Brit- 
ish officers in her house. 



Mrs. Betty Tunstall Taylor Bruce. 4677 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Philip Alexander Bruce. 

Descendant of Capt. Celey Saunders, Cornelius Calvert and 
Anthony Walke, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Saunders Taylor, U. S. N., and Virginia William- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Arthur Taylor and Anne Blackburn Saunders, his 
wife; Thomas Williamson and Anne McClerman McCauly Walke, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Gen. John Saunders, U. S. A., and Eliza- 
beth Proly, his wife; William Walke and Mary Calvert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Celey Saunders and Anne Blackburn, his 
wife; Cornelius Calvert and Elizabeth Thorough good, his wife; An- 
thony Walke and Mary Moseley, his wife. 

Celey Saunders commanded the "Thetis," a thirty-gun ship. 
He was captured by the British and imprisoned at Dartmouth, 
Nova Scotia, where he died. 

Cornelius Calvert and four brothers were members of the 
''Sons of Liberty," associations organized in different sections 
"to prevent the operation of a measure so manifestly unconsti- 
tutional and oppressive as the Stamp Act." 

Also No. 2703. 

Anthony Walke, when a member of the House of Burgesses, 
was among the patriots to resist the Stamp Act. 



242 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Margaret Adeline O'Connor Wilson. 4678 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Arthur McDermotte Wilson. 

Descendant of Isaac Wade, of Bedford county, Va. 

Daughter of Patrick O'Connor and Elizabeth Petticrew Thompson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Thompson and Martha Wade, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Wade and Margaret Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Wade and Mary Gibbs, his wife. 

Isaac Wade was a soldier in the Fourteenth Regiment of 
Volunteers and fought at Brandywine and Germantown. He 
had lost a leg, but when Cornwallis invaded Virginia he re- 
enlisted, and was at the siege of York. 

Mrs. Katharine Hubbell Cumming. 4679 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Joseph Bryan Cumming. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Hubbell and of Amos Hubbell, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Wilson Hubbell and Jane Maria Bostwick, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Hubbell and Catherine Hubbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hubbell and Eleanor Burr, his wife; and 
of Amos Hubbell. 

See No. 4584. 

John Hubbell, 1775, was lieutenant in Capt. Jonathan Di- 
mon's company from Fairfield. In 1776 he was on coast duty. 

Mrs. Emily C. Fitton MacDougald. 4680 

Born in Georgia. 

Widow of William Alexander MacDougald. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Du Bose and of John Fitton, of 
South Carolina. 

Daughter of John Holmes Fitton and Anne Sophia Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Martin and Anne Du Bose, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Du Bose and Sarah Du Bose, his wife; 
and of John Fitton. 

Isaac Du Bose served as lieutenant under Gens. Marion and 
Sumter. His family were so persecuted by Tories that they 
were forced to flee to the mountains of Virginia. 

John Fitton at the battle of Eutaw, being pressed by the en- 



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emy, was ordered to retreat. He said, "I will give them one 
more shot," and as he was loading received his death wound. 

Mrs. Bettie Mizell Donelson. 4681 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of W. A. Donelson. 

Descendant of Hon. William Hooper, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of George W. Mizell and Georgia Hooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Claibone Y. Hooper and Mary Keeling, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aeneas Hooper and Annie Greyson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hooper and Anne Clarke, his wife. 

William Hooper was a member of the First Continental Con- 
gress, in 1774, and re-elected for 1775-76-77. He was a signer 
of the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Virginia Minor Gregory Read. 4682 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of Luther Calvin Read. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Minor and of Col. James Tay- 
lor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Richard Kidder Gregory and Malvina Crutchfield 
Minor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Minor and Virginia Franklyn 
Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Minor and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Taylor and Ann Hubbard, his wife. 

See No. 4293. 

Thomas Minor, in 1777, was lieutenant of the Fifth Virginia 
Regiment; in 1778 captain of the Second, and at Yorktown 
was aide-de-camp to Gen. Edward Stevens, Virginia militia. 

Mrs. Lily Iola Thrall Tobey. 4683 

Born in Arkansas. 
Wife of Edward Taft Tobey. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Thrall and of Samuel Thrall, Jr. 
Daughter of James Cooley Thrall and Lucy Enfield Dowell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Thrall and Mahala Mead, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Thrall, Jr., and Triphosa Cooley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell, his wife. 
Samuel Thrall, 1776, was captain and quartermaster of the 



244 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Third Regiment, Massachusetts militia, under Col. Timothy 
Robinson, and served in the Northern Department. In 1781 
he was under Col. Marinus Willet in the Mohawk Valley. 

Samuel Thrall, Jr., when sixteen joined the American forces. 

Also No. 3664. 

Miss Miriam Gratz Clay. 4684 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. Christopher Gist and of Col. Nathaniel 
Gist, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas Hart Clay and Annie Gratz, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Gratz and Anna Maria Boswell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Boswell and Judith Gist, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gist and Judith Cary Bell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Gist and Sarah Howard, 
his wife. 

Christopher Gist, who accompanied George Washington in 
1753 on his mission to the French commandant at Fort le 
Boeuf, was colonel of Maryland militia in the War of the Revo- 
lution and was distinguished for gallantry. 

Nathaniel Gist, in 1777, was colonel of an Additional Conti- 
nental regiment. He was captured at Charleston, exchanged 
and retired in 1781. 

Also Nos. 710, 2199. 

Miss Fannie B. Lovell. 468^ 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of Mary Ball Washington and of Col. Fielding 
Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Howell Lewis Lovell and Emma Beuhring, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Joseph Lovell and Betty Washington Lewis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Howell Lewis and Ellen Hackley Pollard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Augustine Washington and Mary Ball, 
his wife. 

Mary Ball Washington was the mother of George Washing- 
ton, Commander-in-Chief of the allied armies. 



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Fielding Lewis was quartermaster general of the Virginia 
forces, and superintended the manufacture of guns and ammu- 
nition for the troops. 

Also Nos. 847, 2139, 3056. 

Miss Alice Stewart Gillespie. 4686 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Nye, of Connecticut, and Capt. 
Thomas Wells, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of James Culbertson Gillespie and Lucy A. Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Pratt and Susannah W. Wells, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Azariah Pratt and Sarah Nye, his wife; Var- 
num G. Wells and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pratt and Abigail Tully, his wife; and 
of Ebenezer Nye; and of Thomas Wells. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Azariah Pratt and Agnis Bebee, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Nye, in 1781, served as a private in Capt. Edward 
Bulkley's company, Col. Samuel B. Webb's regiment. 

Thomas Wells from 1775-77 commanded a company in Rich- 
mond's Rhode Island State regiment. 

Agnis Bebee Pratt was the mother of three patriots, Seth, 
Phineas and David, soldiers in the Connecticut Line. 

Miss Persis Putnam Howe. 4687 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Gen. Rufus Putnam, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rufus William Howe and Polly Proctor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Perley Howe and Persis Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Putnam and Persis Rice, his wife. 

Rufus Putnam joined the army at Cambridge in 1775, and his 
genius as an engineer was soon acknowledged, for he planned 
the fortifications at Dorchester, Roxbury, Brookline, and later 
was detailed by Washington to the fortress of West Point, 
where a monument is erected to his memory. 

Also No. 3773. 

Mrs. Mary Wright Goodman. 4688 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of William A. Goodman, Jr. 
Descendant of William Smith, of New Hampshire. 



246 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Reynolds Wright and Mary E. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Jesse Smith and Eliza Bailey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Smith and Isabel Ames, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Smith and Elizabeth Morison, his 
wife. 

William Smith, in 1775, was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress at Exeter which resolved "that no other way is left us to 
preserve our most darling rights and inestimable principles but 
by immediately defending them by arms." His son Jeremiah, 
a student at Harvard, was a volunteer at Bennington. 

Mrs. Mildred Taylor Bradford. 4689 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of H. P. Bradford. 

Descendant of Gen. James Robertson, of Tennessee. 

Daughter of Dr. John Martin Taylor and Mary Elizabeth Robert- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Robertson and Martha Eliza 
Goodloe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Robertson and Ciddy Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Robertson and Charlotte Reeves, 
his wife. 

James Robertson, in 1776, was captain in command of Fort 
Wautauga, and served under Col. Christian in an expedition 
against the Indians and Tories. He was Indian agent in 1777, 
and in 1780 colonel of North Carolina militia. He was the 
founder of Nashville. 

Mrs. Adeline Sherman Wiborg. 4690 

Born in Iowa. 

Wife of F. B. Wiborg. 

Descendant of Judge Daniel Sherman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maj. Hoyt Sherman and Sara Moulton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Charles Sherman and Mary Hoyt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Taylor Sherman and Elizabeth Stoddard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Sherman and Mindwell Sherman, 
his wife. 

Daniel Sherman during the entire war was a member of the 
Council of Safety, represented Woodbury in the General As- 
sembly and was Speaker of the Lower House. He lost three 
sons in the Revolution. 

Also No. 3774. 



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Mrs. Louise Baldwin Andrews. 4691 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Chauncey H. Andrews. 

Descendant of Simeon Baldwin, of New Milford, Conn. 

Daughter of Garry Baldwin and Harriet Meeker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Baldwin and Sallie Hicks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Baldwin and Rebecca Buck, his wife. 

Simeon Baldwin, in 1777-78, was on a committee to procure 
clothing and furnish supplies for soldiers in the Continental 
service and care for families of drafted men. 

Mrs. Sabrina Capron White. 4692 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Henry C. White. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Avery, of Preston, Conn. 
Daughter of Henry Capron and Laura Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Capron and Sabra Avery, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Abigail Story, his wife. 
Ebenezer Avery carried specie from Boston to Philadelphia 
for the Continental Army and his name is on the pension list. 

Mrs. Eva Rowland Flower. 4693 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James F. Flower. 

Descendant of Lieut. Obadiah Perkins and Hezekiah Row- 
land, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Wildman Rowland and Harmony Perkins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Blair and Emblem Perkins, his wife; Aaron 
Rowland and Deborah Deane, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Perkins and Emblem Perkins, his 
wife; Hezekiah Rowland and Grace Wildman, his wife. 

Obadiah Perkins, in 1776, enlisted in the militia and at the 
taking of Fort Griswold was wounded while trying to avenge 
the brutal murder of his commander, Col. Ledyard. His father 
and three brothers were massacred and their names are on the 
monument erected to the memory of the slain. 

Also No. 2065. 

Hezekiah Rowland, in 1775, was at Ticonderoga and took 
part in the Northern Campaign. He was captured at Fort 



248 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Washington, and in 1778 enlisted for three years in Capt. James 
Horton's company of "Artificers." 
Also No. 1872. 

Mrs. Margaret A. Cahoon. 4694 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Widow of Joel B. Cahoon. 

Descendant of Margaret Hardman, the mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of John Calhoun Dickson and Elizabeth Reaser, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Reaser and Margaret Hardman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Margaret Hardman, who was the 
mother of Henry Hardman, a lieutenant, captain and major of 
the Maryland "Flying Camp;" was captured at Fort Washing- 
ton, exchanged in 1778, and served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Harriet Frances Lum Flather. 469^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of John Joseph Flather. 

Descendant of Sergt. Peter Quintard, Timothy Whitney and 
David Whitney, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Bennett Davis Lum and Mary Elizabeth Quintard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter oKEvert Quintard and Elizabeth Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Whitney and Abigail Smith, his wife; 
Isaac Quintard and Elizabeth Picket, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Whitney and Elizabeth Hyatt, his 
wife; and of Peter Quintard. 

Timothy Whitney, from 1776-77, was musician in Capt. Jabez 
Gregory's company, Ninth Regiment of militia, under Gen. 
David Wooster. 

David Whitney owned a sloop in which he carried supplies 
and army dispatches under the very guns of the British ships. 

Peter Quintard., 1776-77, served under Capt. Seth Seymour. 

Mrs. Helen Mar Johnson Little. 4696 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of John Robbins Little. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, 
Jr., Corp. Aaron Bullard, Malachi Bullard, John Clayes, Sergt. 
John Clayes, Jr., John Johnson, Capt. Robert Johnson, Maj. 
James Johnson, Capt. Samuel Skillings, Samuel Shillings, Jr., 



PLA TE 111. 




i Mrs. Kate Davis Hinkle, 2 Mrs. Anna M. Harris O'Fallon, 

N. No. 2490. State Regent, Ohio. N. No. 1844. State Regent, Missouri. 

3 Mrs. Sallie M. Ewing PorE, 

N. No. 615. State Regent, Kentucky. 

4 Miss Anna Smith Mallett, 5 Mrs. Helen Lincoln Green, 

N. No. 100. Registrar General, Connecticut. N. No. 2167. State Regent, Massachusetts 



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William Lamb, James Partridge, William Grant, Ephraim Lit- 
tlefield, Capt. John Look and David Perry, all of Massachu- 
setts Bay, and Lieut. Benjamin Weaver. 

Daughter of Joseph Johnson and Anne Maria Clayes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hollis Clayes and Lydia Partridge Bullard, his 
wife; Alexander Johnson and Sarah Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Randall Johnson and Miriam Skillings, his 
wife; John Johnson and Eleanor Lamb, his wife; Josiah Clayes and 
Eunice Look, his wife; Aaron Bullard and Jerusha Littlefield, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bullard, Jr., and Lydia Partridge, 
his wife; Ephraim Littlefield and Sarah Grant, his wife; John Look 
and Elizabeth Weaver, his wife; John Clayes, Jr., and Desire Perry, 
his wife; Robert Johnson and Mary Trunley Millions, his wife; Sam- 
uel Skillings, Jr., and Mary Mitchell, his wife; William Lamb and 
Elizabeth Haskell, his wife; James Johnson and Sarah Porterfield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Johnson and Jane Libby, his wife; 
Samuel Skillings and Rebecca Sawyer, his wife; Benjamin Weaver 
and Ruth Sheffield, his wife: David Perry and Mary Perry, his wife; 
John Clayes and Elizabeth Morse, his wife; William Grant and Eliza- 
beth Marshall, his wife; Samuel Bullard and Deborah Morse, his wife; 
James Partridge and Keziah Bullard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Malachi Bullard and Bethia Fisher, 
his wife. 

Samuel Bullard commanded a regiment of militia in many 
battles; his son Samuel was colonel at the surrender of Bur- 
goyne; Aaron, a grandson, was corporal on the Alarm List. 

Malachi Bullard was a soldier and on the Safety Committee. 

John Clayes was a selectman and John Clayes, Jr., sergeant 
in Capt. Jesse Eames' company at the Lexington Alarm. 

John Johnson was selectman and soldier, and his son Robert 
master of a sloop in the disastrous Penobscot Expedition, 1779. 

James Johnson entered as lieutenant and served five years. 

Samuel Skillings, in 1775, commanded a company of scouts 
and under him were Samuel Skillings, Jr., and William Lamb. 

James Partridge, 1775-78, was a minute man; William Grant 
guarded the prisoners at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Ephraim Littlefield turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm. 

John Look was captain of a privateer which was driven into 
the West Indies, where he died in 1777. 

David Perry was a soldier from Sherburne and Benjamin 
Weaver, in 1778, was lieutenant of Rhode Island militia. 



250 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Lucy Woodford Didlake Parke. 4697 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. Charles R. Parke. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Woodford, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Edmund H. Didlake and Mildred Gregory Woodford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Thornton Woodford and Mary Turner 
Talliaferro, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Woodford and Mary Thornton, his 
wife. 

William Woodford, as colonel, at Great Bridge defeated Lord 
Dunmore, who lost fifty-five men while not a Virginian was 
killed. He was brigadier general at Brandywine, where he 
was wounded, and fought at Germantown and Monmouth. 
He was captured at Charleston, and died November 13, 1780, 
while imprisoned in New York, and was buried with military 
honors by the British. 

Mrs. Mana P. Lackey Smith. 4698 

Born in Arkansas. 

Wife of Virgil Drane Smith. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Woodford. 

Daughter of Dr. James Sidney Lackey and Sallie Woodford Didlake, 
his wife. 

Grandaughter of Edmund H. Didlake and Mildred Gregory Wood- 
ford, his wife. 

See No. 4697. 

Mrs. Mary Didlake Poston. 4699 

Born in Kentucky. 
Widow of Edwin Poston. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Woodford. 
Daughter of Edmund H. Didlake and Mildred Gregory Woodford, 
his wife. 

See No. 4697. 

Miss Emma Florence Johnson. 4700 

Born in Maine. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, 
Jr., Corp. Aaron Bullard, Malachi Bullard, John Clayes, Sergt. 
John Clayes, Jr., John Johnson, Capt. Robert Johnson, Maj. 



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James Johnson, Capt. Samuel Skillings, Samuel Skillings, Jr., 
William Lamb, James Partridge, William Grant, Ephraim Lit- 
tlefield, Capt. John Look and David Perry, all of Massachu- 
setts Bay, and Lieut. Benjamin Weaver, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Joseph Johnson and Anne Maria Clayes, his wife. 

See No. 4696. 

Mrs. Sallie Williams Lillard. 4701 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of John Turner Lillard. 

Descendant of Kerenhappuch Norman Turner, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Robert E. Williams and Martha J. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Norman Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth More- 
head, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Turner Smith and Constantia Ford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Norman Smith and Sarah Turner, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Turner and Kerenhappuch Nor- 
man, his wife. 

Kerenhappuch Norman Turner was a patriot mother who 
not only gave sons for the defense of their country, but person- 
ally rendered material aid to the cause. 

Miss Helen Louise Shaw. 4702 

Born in Iowa. 
Descendant of Francis Shaw and of Maj. Francis Shaw, Jr., 
of Boston, Mass. 

Daughter of Col. William Tuckerman Shaw and Helen A. Crane, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Nickels Shaw and Nancy D. Stevens, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Shaw, Jr., and Hannah Nickels, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Shaw and Sarah Burt, his wife. 
Francis Shaw was a member of the Committee of Safety. 
Francis Shaw, Jr., in 1775, was captain of militia and in 1776 
consummated a treaty with the St. John Indians. In 1779 he 
was major of Col. Benjamin Foster's regiment. 

Mrs. Eva Cary Woodbridge Victor. 4703 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Winthrop F. Victor. 



252 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of John Trumbull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dudley Backus Woodbridge and Martha Jane Lee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Woodbridge and Juliana Trumbull, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Trumbull and Sarah Hubbard, his wife. 

John Trumbull was a member of the Boston Association of 
Independence and when asked to publish something to dispel 
the gloom of the country, he wrote the satirical poem "Mc- 
Fingall," full of clever attacks upon the British, which amused 
the people and reached its thirtieth edition. 

Mrs. Hattie Easton McDavitt. 4704 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Thomas McDavitt. 

Descendant of Col. Henry Champion, Judge Samuel Gilbert 
and Deborah Champion Gilbert, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Giles Charles Easton and Esther Amelia Johnson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Adolphus and Annah Wells Gilbert, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Augustus Gilbert and Abigail Welles, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Judge Samuel Gilbert and Deborah Cham- 
pion, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Champion and Deborah Brain- 
ard, his wife. 

Henry Champion entered the army in 1775, and in 1777 was 
appointed commissary general of the Eastern Department, and 
served as such until 1780, when he resigned. 

Deborah Champion Gilbert, on horseback, carried dis- 
patches from New London to headquarters at Cambridge. At 
one time she crossed the British Lines with money to pay the 
army, her sex enabling her to pass without suspicion. 

Also Nos. 2312, 3116. 

Samuel Gilbert, 1775-80, served in three regiments of militia. 

Miss Caroline Johnson. 4705- 

Born in Iowa. 
Descendant of Col. Thomas Johnson, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Nicholas William Johnson and Emma Grant, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Hanes Johnson and Phebe Hazelton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Johnson and Abigail Carleton, his 
wife. 

Thomas Johnson, in 1777, was captain of a volunteer com- 
pany from Newbury at the taking of Ticonderoga and the 
siege of Mount Independence. He was taken prisoner in 1781 
and carried to Canada, where he was well treated and after a 
year of confinement released on parole. 

Also No. 1477. 

Mrs. Jane Clarke Harvey. 47° 6 

Born in Indiana. 

Widow of Capt. O. C. Harvey. 

Descendant of Maj. William Haymond, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Othniel Looker Clarke and Charille Durkee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alison Clarke and Sarah Haymond, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland, his 
wife; Henry Clarke, Jr., and Mary Haines Valentine, his wife. 

William Haymond was captain of militia in 1776 under Col. 
Patrick Henry, and had command of Prickett's Fort on the 
Monongahela river. He was selected by the Assembly in 1777 
to administer the oath of allegiance to the people of his section. 
In 1 78 1 he was commissioned major by Gov. Harrison and 
through the war took an active part against the Indians. 

Also descendant of Abraham Clarke, the signer of the Decla- 
ration of Independence; and of Thomas Valentine, whose 
home on Valentine Hill was headquarters for Washington be- 
fore the battle of White Plains. 

Mrs. Julia A. Randolph Hardenbergh. 4707 

Born in Illinois. 

Widow of Theodore Frelinghuyson Hardenbergh. 

Descendant of Robert F. Randolph, Edward F. Randolph 
and Benjamin Wilson, all of NeAv Jersey. 

Daughter of Edmund Kinsey Fitz Randolph and Mary Theresa Hoff- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward F. Randolph and Elizabeth Wilson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert F. Randolph and Sarah Taylor, his 
wife; and of Benjamin Wilson. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Robert F. Randolph, a righting Quaker, served in the Mid- 
dlesex county militia at the battle of Brandywine. His brother 
Nathan was killed in the engagement at Ash Swamp. 

Edward F. Randolph acted as aide to Gen. Wayne in carry- 
ing messages from Fort Pitt to Erie. 

Benjamin Wilson was a soldier in Capt. Samuel Dennis' 
company, First Regiment, Monmouth county militia. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Brooke Lawson Lehman. 4708 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of Robert Benjamin Lehman. 

Descendant of Capt. Calohill Mennis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Anthony Lawson and Anne Brooke Robertson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Robertson and Anne Brooke Mennis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calohill Mennis and Anne Brooke, his wife. 

Calohill Mennis, in 1776, was ensign in the First Virginia 
Regiment and in 1777 had risen to the rank of captain. He 
was captured at Charleston and when exchanged in 1781 
served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Nellie Levering Turner Allyn. 4709 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Judge Frank Allyn. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Scarborough. 

Daughter of George Turner and Sarah R. Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Russell Turner and Vienna Pitts Scarbor- 
ough, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Scarborough and Mary Pitts Jacobs, his 
wife. 

John Scarborough, from 1777-82, served as ensign and lieu- 
tenant in the Ninth Virginia Regiment. 

Also No. 1065. 

Mrs. Mary Robertson Day. 4710 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Thomas Day. 

Descendant of Thomas Dale and of Adam Dale, of Maryland. 
Daughter of James Robertson and Anne Lewis Dale, his wife. 
See No. 4511. 



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Mrs. Anna Goodwyn Legare. 47 u 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Thomas Keith Legare. 

Descendant of Col. William Thomson. 

Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Goodwyn and Eliza Elliott Darby, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Artemus Elliott Darby and Mary Eugenia Thom- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Russel Thomson and Elizabeth Sabb, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Thomson and Eugenia Russell, 
his wife. 

William Thomson, in 1775, was colonel of South Carolina 
Rangers and when the Royalists attacked Williamson at Cam- 
bridge he captured the officers. He acted an important part 
in the defense of Sullivan's Island, served in the Georgia Cam- 
paign and bore the sobriquet of "Old Danger." 

Miss Harriet Jane Clarkson. 47 I2 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. Robert Heriot and of Lieut. Col. David 
Glenn, of Georgia. 

Daughter of John Ouldfield Heriot Clarkson and Margaret Rosa 
Crawford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Crawford and Harriet Jane Glenn, his 
wife; Thomas Boston Clarkson and Sara Caroline Heriot, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Washington Glenn and Hannah Law- 
son, his wife; Robert Heriot, Jr., and Maria Elizabeth Heriot, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Glenn; and of Robert Heriot and 
Mary Ouldfield, his wife. 

Robert Heriot was colonel of South Carolina troops when 
taken prisoner at Charleston. A letter to his wife from James 
Island, where he was imprisoned, written July, 1780, is prized 
as an heirloom by this descendant. 

Also No. 1 100. 

David Glenn, in 1780, served in the cavalry against Tarleton 
at Black Storks. He was adjutant of Col. James Giles' militia 
regiment at Cowpens, at the siege of Ninety-six and lieutenant 
colonel at the battle of Eutaw Springs. 

Also No. 3441. 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Lucy Goode Law. 4713 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William Adger Law. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Warren and of Lieut. Amos 
Love. 

Daughter of Charles Thomas Goode and Cornelia Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eli Warren and Eliza Jane Love, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Warren and Nancy Dotey, his wife; 
Amos Love and Margaret James, his wife. 

Josiah Warren, during the war, was captain under Gen. 
James Oglethorpe in defense of the coast of Georgia. 

Amos Love, in 1776, was appointed lieutenant from the Salis- 
bury district by the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. 

Mrs. Isabella Gaylord Williams. 4714 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Frederic M. Williams. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Gaylord, of New Milford, Conn. 
Daughter of George Harvey Gaylord and Janet Aitken, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Gaylord and Irene Downs, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Gaylord and Catherine Chittenden, 
his wife. 

See No. 4021. 

Mrs. Alice Gilbert Jackson. 47 1£ 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Preston T. Jackson. 

Descendant of Capt. John Gilbert, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Newington Gilbert and Celestia Bangs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Gilbert and Sarah Hibbard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gilbert and Theodosia Marsh, his wife. 

John Gilbert was quartermaster and captain of a company 
in the Fifth Regiment of Light Horse, under Maj. Elisha Shel- 
don. He served from 1776-83. 

Mrs. Mary Ledyard Seymour Ford. 4716 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Willis Ellard Ford. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Forman, Mary Ledyard, Maj. 
Moses Seymour, Lieut. Col. Edward Antill, Ens. Ebenezer 
Avery, of Connecticut; Benjamin Tappan, of Massachusetts. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 257 



Daughter of John Forman Seymour and Frances Antill Tappan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Seymour and Mary Ledyard Forman, his 
wife; Arthur Tappan and Frances Antill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Forman and Mary Ledyard, his wife; 
Moses Seymour and Mary Marsh, his wife; Benjamin Tappan and 
Sarah Holmes, his wife; Edward Antill and Charlotte Antill, his wife; 
Youngs Ledyard and Mary Avery, his wife. 

See No. 4237. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery. 

Jonathan Forman was captain of Monmouth militia at Long 
Island, Harlem Heights and White Plains. He was in the 
Continental Line at the close of the war and a member of the 
original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mary Ledyard risked her life at Fort Griswold, where her 
brothers, grandfather and cousins were killed. 

Moses Seymour was in the Fifth Cavalry in the Burgoyne 
Campaign and served to the close of the war. 

Also Nos. 2150, 3221. 

Edward Antill, 1776, was lieutenant colonel in Col. Moses 
Hazen's Canadian regiment known as "Congress Own." 

Ebenezer Avery was ensign when killed at Fort Griswold. 

Mrs. Belle Bratton McCaw Alston. 4717 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Joseph K. Alston. 

Descendant of Col. William Bratton and Martha Robertson 
Bratton, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Col. Robert Gadsden McCaw and Belle Means Bratton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Bratton and Isabella Means, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Bratton and Martha Robertson, his 
wife. 

William Bratton, in 1776, served under Gen. Sumter as lieu- 
tenant. He rose to the rank of colonel and in an engagement 
at Brattonsville overcame a superior force. He fought at 
Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock and Guilford Court House. 

Martha Robertson Bratton, after the battle of Brattonsville, 
opened her home and cared for the wounded of both armies. 
Before the fall of Charleston, powder was entrusted to her 
keeping, which she destroyed to prevent its capture. At the 



258 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

celebration of Huck's defeat, fifty-nine years after the battle, 
this toast was given: "In the hands of an infuriated monster, 
with the instrument of death about her neck, she nobly refused 
to betray her husband; in the hour of victory she remembered 
mercy and as a guardian angel interposed in behalf of her in- 
human enemies." 

Mrs. Helen Clarissa Seymour Lincklaen. 4718 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Ledyard Lincklaen. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jonathan Forman, Mary Ledyard 
and Capt. Moses Seymour, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry Seymour and Mary Ledyard Forman, his wife. 
See No. 4716. 

Miss Elizabeth Lee Goff. 4719 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Bullock, of Rehobeth, Mass. 

Daughter of Lyman Bullock Goff and Almira W. Thornton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Darius Goff and Harriet Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Richard Goff and Mehitable Bullock, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Bullock and Mary Pierce, his wife. 

Stephen Bullock, 1776, was captain of the Sixth Company, 
First Regiment, Bristol county militia, that turned out at the 
Bristol Alarm, and in 1778-79 took part in the Rhode Island 
Expeditions in Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment. 

Mrs. Josephine Adams Perry. 4720 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Gen. Alexander James Perry, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Rev. Amos Adams, of Massachusetts; Capt. 
Sherwood Bugg, Daniel McMurphy and Col. James Martin, 
all of Georgia. 

Daughter of John Marsh Adams and Sarah S. McMurphy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Adams and Deborah Marsh, his wife; 
George Galpin Archibald Tonille McMurphy and Keziah Paris Martin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Adams and Elizabeth Prentice, his wife; 
James Martin and Obedience Bugg, his wife; Daniel McMurphy and 
Susannah Crossley, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sherwood Bugg and Elizabeth Hobson, 
his wife. 

Amos Adams was chaplain of Massachusetts troops, and died 
in 1775 from fever brought on by exposure while preaching in 
the open air to his regiment. 

Sherwood Bugg served in Georgia and the Carolinas as cap- 
tain of infantry in Jackson's Legion. 

Daniel McMurphy, 1780-83, was a member of the Legisla- 
ture and one of the commission to establish the seat of govern- 
ment away from the seaboard. 

James Martin was colonel of militia from Richmond county. 

Also Nos. 2779, 3267. 

Mrs. Isabella Rippey Kerr Clendenin. 4721 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of William A. Clendenin. 

Descendant of Capt. William Rippey, of Shippensburg, Pa. 

Daughter of George Washington Kerr and Anne Maria Carr, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Kerr and Isabella Rippey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Rippey, who was captain 
of a company in Col. William Irvine's regiment, Sixth Penn- 
sylvania Battalion. 

Mrs. Mary Deavor Ramsey. 4722 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Col. Silas Ramsey. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Deavor, of Maryland. 
Daughter of Stephen Chandler and Lavisa Fort, his wife. 
See No. 4350. 

Mrs. Mildred Fuller Wallace. 4723 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Hugh Campbell Wallace. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Gould, Nathan Weston and 
Lieut. Daniel Cory, of Maine. 

Daughter of Chief Justice Melville Weston Fuller and Mary E. 
Coolbaugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick A. Fuller and Catherine Martin Weston, 
his wife. 






260 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Weld Fuller and Esther Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Gould and Griselda Apthorp 
Flagg, his wife. 

Benjamin Gould was wounded in the Lexington Alarm, hit 
twice at Bunker Hill ; was lieutenant at White Plains ; captain 
at Bennington, Stillwater, Saratoga and had command of the 
guard of Andre. He was a member of the Massachusetts So- 
ciety of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 3970. 

Also great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Cory, lieutenant 
of minute men at Saratoga, and of Nathan Weston, a soldier in 
Gen. Schuyler's division at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Anna Chandler McDowell. 4724 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Judge Woodford G. McDowell. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Deavor, of Maryland. 
Daughter of Stephen Chandler and Lavisa Fort, his wife. 
See No. 4350. 

Miss Annie Conover Johnson. 472^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Asher Holmes and of Capt. Henry John- 
son, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry William Johnson and Katharine A. Conover, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ganet P. Canover and Sarah Holmes Hubbard, 
his wife; William Henry Johnson and Anna Margaret Couse, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Hubbard and Huldah Holmes, his wife; 
Henry Johnson and Rachel Goble, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asher Holmes and Sarah Watson, his wife; 
Henry Johnson and Susannah Hoover, his wife. 

Asher Holmes, in 1776, was major of the First Regiment, 
Monmouth militia, and in 1778 had risen to the rank of colonel. 
He fought at Germantown, Trenton, Monmouth, and was in 
command when the privateer brig "Britannia" was captured 
near Shoal Harbor, December 30, 1779. 

Henry Johnson was quartermaster of the Second Regiment, 
Sussex county militia, and rose to the rank of captain. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 261 



Miss Eliza Jane Goodsell. 4726 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Epaphras Goodsell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Zalmon Goodsell and Caroline Emma Fox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Epaphras Bradley Goodsell and Eliza Butts, his 
wife. 

See No. 4594- 

Miss Mary Caroline Goodsell. 4727 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Epaphras Goodsell. 

Daughter of Zalmon Goodsell and Caroline Emma Fox, his wife. 
See Nos. 4594, 4726. 

Miss Susan Smith Sanford. 4728 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Sergt. Liffe Sanford, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles H. Sanford and Susan A. Sanford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Glover Sanford and Betsey Lake, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Liffe Sanford and Huldah Blackman, his wife. 
Liffe Sanford, in 1775, marched to Boston in Capt. Bost- 
wick's company, and in 1777 he enlisted for the war. 

Miss Marguerite Alexander Lee. 4729 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Ludlam and of Francis Lee, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Benjamin Fisler Lee and Annabella Willson Townsend, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Smith Townsend and Hannah Smith 
Ludlam, his wife; Thomas Lee and Rhoda Murphy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ludlam and Mary Lawrence, his wife; 
Francis Lee and Jane Alexander, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ludlam and Hannah Smith, his 
wife. 

Henry Ludlam was lieutenant in Capt. Townsend's company, 
Cape May county, New Jersey, militia. 

Also No. 1851. 

Francis Lee served under Capt. Tench Francis, in the First 
Battalion, Philadelphia militia. 



262 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Phoebe Deane Hayward. 4730 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of James R. Hayward. 

Descendant of Capt. Walter Deane, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Deane and Irene Deane, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Harvey Deane and Phoebe Kellogg, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Deane and Abigail Adams, his wife. 
See No. 4289. 

Mrs. Rowena Deane Craig. 4731 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of William Craig. 
Descendant of Capt. Walter Deane. 
Daughter of Harvey Deane and Phoebe Kellogg, his wife. 
See Nos. 4289, 4730. 

Miss Carrie Belle Dockstader. 4732 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. George Searles, Dow Fonda and Maj. 
John Fonda, of New York. 

Daughter of Dennis Searles Dockstader and Mary Sophia McCall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adam Dockstader and Angelica Searles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dennis Searles and Maria Fonda, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Fonda and Angelica Hanson, his 
wife; and of George Searles. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dow Fonda. 

George Searles was captain during the war and died from 
the effects of wounds received in battle. 

John Fonda was major in Col. George Herkimer's bat- 
talion, Tryon county minute men. During the invasion of the 
Mohawk Valley, he and his two brothers were captured and 
taken to Canada and not released for three years. 

Dow Fonda, though over eighty, was scalped by the Indians 
when Brandt spread desolation in central New York. 

Mrs. Emma Carter Munson. 4733 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Frederick W. Munson. 

Descendant of Capt. John Carter, of Canaan, Conn. 
Daughter of Chauncey Carter and Mary Holman, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 263 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Carter and Rhoda Weed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Carter and Hannah Benedict, his wife. 

John Carter was on the Committee of Safety when he entered 
the militia. He was lieutenant in the Fifth Company, Col. 
Swift's battalion, raised for services at Ticonderoga, and was 
on duty in New York, 1776, under Capt. Daniel Benedict, and 
commanded the company after the captain was captured. 

Mrs. Kate E. Moore. 4734 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of William Moore. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Dickson. 

Daughter of Samuel D. Weakley and Eliza Bedford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John R. Bedford and Isabella Matilda Bedford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bennet Smith and Isabella Dickson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Dickson and Margaret McEwen, 
his wife. 

Joseph Dickson, in 1779, was captain and joined Rutherford 
in clearing the county of Tories. He was major of the Lin- 
coln county men at King's Mountain, and in 1781 colonel 
when opposing the invasion of North Carolina by Cornwallis. 

Mrs. Marie Miller McKenney. 47^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles R. McKenney. 

Descendant of Benjamin Miller, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Miller and Julia E. Garrett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Miller and Martha Allen, his wife. 

Benjamin Miller, when fourteen, served as guard at Spring- 
field under Capt. John Carpenter. In 1780 he volunteered in 
Capt. Aaron Charles' company and was at West Point when 
Arnold escaped to the "Vulture." His brothers, Ebenezer and 
Nathaniel, served during the war. 

Mrs. Lutie Woodruff Sanford. 4736 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Edward Terry Sanford. 
Descendant of Enos Woodruff. 

Daughter of William Wallace Woodruff and Ella Therese Woodruff, 
his wife. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Woodruff and Catharine Woodruff, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enos Woodruff and Charity Ogden, his wife. 
Enos Woodruff was a private in the Essex county, New 
Jersey, militia during the Revolution. 

Miss Anna Pauline Woodruff. 4737 

Born in Tennessee. 
Descendant of Enos Woodruff. 

Daughter of William Wallace Woodruff and Ella Therese Woodruff, 
his wife. 
See No. 4736. 

Mrs. Daisy Woodruff Meek. 4738 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of William Meek. 
Descendant of Enos Woodruff. 

Daughter of William Wallace Woodruff and Ella Therese Woodruff, 
his wife. 
See No. 4736. 

Mrs. Ellen Corinna Paine Huling. 4739 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Ray Greene Huling. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Paine, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Walter Paine and Ellen Borden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Paine and Sophia Field Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Paine and Lydia Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Paine and Priscilla Lyon, his wife. 

Amos Paine, in 1776, was captain of a company of militia 
from Woodstock, and in 1780 appointed recruiting officer. 
From 1782-83 he was a representative to the State Legislature. 

Mrs. Louisa Congdon Rudd. 4740 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Arnold Rudd. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Bishop and of Joseph Bishop, 
of Waterford, Conn. 

Daughter of Ezra S. Beckwith and Charlotte Latimer Bishop, his 
wife. 

Grandaughter of Charles Bishop and Charlotte Latimer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bishop and Dezire Gilbert, his wife| 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Bishop and Hannah Douglas, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 265 



Nicholas Bishop was captain in Col. Samuel Holden Par- 
sons' regiment that marched from New London to the relief 
of Boston in response to the call of the Massachusetts Commit- 
tee of Safety April, 1775. He died July 21, 1780. 

Also No. 2304. 

Joseph Bishop, in 1780, enlisted in the Seventh Regiment, 
and was discharged the same year. 

Mrs. Mary Frances Wood Powers Fischer. 4741 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Frederick Fischer. 

Descendant of Ens. Nathan Bennett, Capt. Titus Watson, 
Sergt. Samuel Barlow, David Wood and Enoch Wood, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Enoch Wood, Jr., and Sophia Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Larry Bennett and Mary Watson, his wife; Enoch 
Wood and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife; 
Titus Watson and Mercy Merrill, his wife; David Wood and Dorothy 
Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barlow and Esther Hull, his wife. 

Nathan Bennett turned out at the Lexington Alarm and was 
ensign when captured at Fort Washington. 

Titus Watson was one of seven brothers holding captain's 
commissions at the same time during the war. 

Samuel Barlow served as sergeant and his three sons, Aaron, 
Joel and Thomas, were officers in the Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 2222, 3588. 

Enoch Wood, in 1779, was a soldier in Jacobus Van Schoon- 
hoven's New York regiment and was taken prisoner October 
17, 1780. His father also served during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Marie H. Ancrum Gammell. 4742 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of William A. Gammell. 

Descendant of Col. William Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Washington Ancrum and Harriet Horry Daw- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Hasell Ancrum and Jane Washington, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Washington and Jane Elliott, his wife. 



266 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

William Washington was captain of the Third Virginia at 
Trenton, where he was wounded, and major of Baylor's Dra- 
goons in 1778. He was in command of the Light Corps at 
Charleston, 1779-80. For his valor at Cowpens, where he was 
wounded in a personal encounter with Tarleton, he was pre- 
sented by Congress with a silver medal and sword. He was 
conspicuous for gallantry at Guilford Court House; was 
wounded and taken prisoner at Eutaw Springs and on parole 
to the close of the war. 

Also No. 11. 

Mrs. Bessie Gammell Woolsey. 474$ 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of William Walton Woolsey. 
Descendant of Col. William Washington. 
Daughter of William A. Gammell and Marie H. Ancrum, his wife. 
See No. 4742. 

Mrs. Nannie Hughes Strudwick. 4744 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of Edmund Strudwick. 

. Descendant of Maj. John Daves and of Col. William Eaton, 
of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Maj. John Hughes and Jane Graham Daves, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pugh Daves and Elizabeth Batchelor Gra- 
ham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Daves and Mary Haynes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Haynes and Anne Eaton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Eaton and Mary Rives, his 
wife. 

John Daves fought at Brandywine and Germantown; was 
lieutenant at Valley Forge, Monmouth, and wounded at Stony 
Point. He was captured at Charleston and promoted at Eutaw 
Springs ; major by brevet at the close of the war, and a member 
of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 404, 1158. 

William Eaton, in 1775, was appointed by the Provincial 
Congress a member of the Committee of Safety and lieutenant 
of Northampton county militia. He rose to the rank of colonel. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 267 



Miss Florentine Harriet Hayden. 4745- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. Simeon Guilford, Lieut. Joseph Shep- 
ard, Corp. Josiah Hayden and Lieut. Elijah Hodges, all of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hiram Washington Hayden and Pauline Migeon, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Shepard Hayden and Ruhamah Guilford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hayden and Abigail Shepard, his wife; 
and of Simeon Guilford. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hayden and Ruhamah Thayer, his 
wife; and of Joseph Shepard. 

Simeon Guilford, in 1776, was in Col. Jonathan Ward's regi- 
ment; in 1777 he re-enlisted and served under Col. Rufus Put- 
nam, and when discharged in 1783 was sergeant in Col. 
Ebenezer Sprout's regiment. He received a pension. 

Joseph Shepard turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
fought at Bunker Hill. In 1781 he was lieutenant of militia. 

Josiah Hayden, in 1777, was corporal in Capt. John Kirk- 
land's company, Col. Woodbridge's regiment. 

Also great-great-granddaughter of Elijah Hodges, who was 
an officer in the French war and lived to give service in the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. Lena Migeon Hayden Brown. 4746 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Fredrick J. Brown. 

Descendant of Corp. Josiah Hayden, Sergt. Simeon Guilford 
Maj. Joseph Shepard and Lieut. Elijah Hodges. 

Daughter of Hiram Washington Hayden and Pauline Migeon, his 
wife. 

See No. 4745. 

Mrs. Lucy Scott Bergland. 4747 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Capt. Eric Bergland, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Capt. Matthew Scott, of Pennsylvania, and 
Capt. Isaac Webb, of Virginia. 
Daughter of John McFarland and Mary Epps Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. Joseph Scott and Lucy Webb, his wife. 



268 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Scott and Elizabeth Thompson, his 
wife; and of Isaac Webb. 

Matthew Scott was lieutenant in Col. Samuel Miles' rifle 
regiment when captured at Long Island. He was exchanged 
and commanded a company at Brandywine and Germantown. 
His brother, Moses, was a surgeon and John a commissary. 

Also Nos. 1049, 3582. 

Isaac Webb entered as ensign in 1776, and in 1777 was lieu- 
tenant in the Seventh Virginia Regiment, Continental Line. 
He was captain under Greene in the Southern Campaigns. 

Mrs, Emilie Judson Cole. 4748 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of George M. Cole. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Bishop and of Joseph Bishop, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ezra S. Beckwith and Charlotte Latimer Bishop, his 
wife. 

See No. 4740. 

Mrs. Sarah Ann Brown Greene. 4749 

Born in New York. 

Wife of David Comstock Greene. 

Descendant of Caleb Arnold and of Jonathan Brown, of 
Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Jonathan Brown and Eliza Friedley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Brown and Achsa Arnold, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Arnold and Patience Brown, his wife. 

Caleb Arnold served as deputy from 1773-78, and in 1780 was 
on the War Committee of Gloucester. He had eight sons and 
three sons-in-law in the army. The wives provided for their 
families, attended to the farms and nursed the wounded. 

Also No. 3846. 

Jonathan Brown served in Col. John Topham's regiment of 
militia in the Canadian Campaign. 

Mrs. Nannie M. Barksdale. 47^0 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Thomas F. Barksdale. 
Descendant of Col. Josiah Parker, of Virginia. 



LINEAGE) BOOK. 269 



Daughter of Thomas Frederick Pierce Parker Cowper and Virginia 
Cowper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Cowper and Ann Pierce Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Parker and Mary Pierce, his wife. 

Josiah Parker was colonel of a Virginia regiment at Prince- 
ton and Germantown and was with the army at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Josephine Boker Garretson. 47^1 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of A. Q. Garretson. 

Descendant of Hon. John Morton and of Capt. John Davis, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Boker and Mary Ann Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Morton Davis and Elizabeth Ridgeway 
Knight, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Davis and Ann Morton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Morton and Anne Justice, his wife. 

John Morton was a delegate to the Continental Congress of 
1774-75-76. His colleagues were equally divided on the sepa- 
ration of the colonies, when his vote decided Pennsylvania. 
He was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

John Davis, in 1776, commanded a company which he had 
raised, and fought at Brandywine, Germantown, Paoli, Stony 
Point and Yorktown, and served with Wayne in South Caro- 
lina. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Miss Margaret Foster Booraem. 47p 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Nicholas Booraem. 

Daughter of Theodore Burges Booraem and Anna Hart Foster, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nicholas Booraem and Sarah Willett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Booraem and Mercy Rolf, his wife. 

Nicholas Booraem was a private in the Middlesex county 
militia of New Jersey. 

Miss Helen Baylies Crosby. 47^3 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, of Hingham, 

Mass. 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Samuel T. Crosby and Sarah Elizabeth Lincoln, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Lincoln and Lydia Cushing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lincoln and Mary Cushing, his wife. 

Benjamin Lincoln, at the beginning of the war, commanded 
a militia regiment, and in 1777 was major general, Conti- 
nental Army. He was wounded at Saratoga and when he sur- 
rendered at Charleston, Cornwallis refused to take his sword; 
for this insult, Washington selected Lincoln to receive the 
sword of Cornwallis at Yorktown. He was appointed by Con- 
gress, in 1 78 1, Secretary of the Board of War. 

Also No. 2155. 

Mrs. Anna Mary Macfarlane Torrange. 47^4 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Eliakim Torrance. 

Descendant of Capt. Andrew Macfarlane and of James Mac- 
farlane, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Isaiah Graham Macfarlane and Margaret McDowell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Findley Macfarlane and Martha Graham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Macfarlane and Elizabeth Findley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Macfarlane and Margaret Graham, 
his wife. 

Andrew Macfarlane, in 1776, was captain in Armstrong's 
regiment and died of camp fever in service at Philadelphia. 

James Macfarlane served with the militia at Perth Amboy, 
and was in Sullivan's Expedition. 

Miss Louise Bennett Bigelow. 47^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Timothy Bigelow and of Hon. Oliver 
Prescott, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy Bigelow and Louisa Jane Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Andrew Bigelow and Amelia Sargent Stan- 
wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hon. Timothy Bigelow and Lucy Prescott, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Bigelow and Anna Andrews, his 
wife; and of Oliver Prescott. 

Timothy Bigelow was a delegate to the Provincial Congress 



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in 1774-75, and captain of minute men. He was major in Ar- 
nold's Expedition against Quebec, where he was captured. 
When exchanged he fought at Saratoga, Monmouth and Ver- 
planck's Point. A monument at Central Park, Worcester, re- 
cords the services of this brave officer. 

Also Nos. 2802, 3172. 

Oliver Prescott was a member of the Board of War. 

Mrs. Virginia Haley Morgan. 47^6 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Nelson Morgan. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Henry Haley and Mary Ann Burrows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Baldwin Burrows and Betsey Haley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hubbard Burrows and Priscilla Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Hubbard Burrows, in 1776, served in New York as captain 
of militia in the regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. Oliver 
Smith. He was among those slain at Fort Griswold in 1781. 

Also No. 3187. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon Palmer Loper. 47^7 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Richard F. Loper. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Palmer, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Alexander S. Palmer and Priscilla Dixon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Palmer and Mercy Brown, his wife. 
See No. 4624. 

Mrs, Julia Emma Burrows Kenyon. 47^8 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Earle B. Kenyon. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows and of Col. Oliver 
Smith, of Groton, Conn. 

Daughter of Caleb Orrin Burrows and Eliza Jane Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Burrows and Julia Ann Leeds, his wife; 
Joseph D. Smith and Eliza Fanning, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Denison Smith and Waity Smith, his wife; 
John Baldwin Burrows and Betsey Haley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Smith and Mary Denison, his wife. 

See No. 4756. 



272 DAUGHTERS OE THE; AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Oliver Smith, in 1775, was captain of a company at Ston- 
ington, when the British ship "Rose" bombarded the village. 
In 1776 he was appointed lieutenant colonel of the Eighth 
Regiment and served in the campaign around New York. He 
rose to the rank of colonel. 

Also No. 2300. 

Mrs. Eliza Jane Smith Burrows. 47^9 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Caleb Orrin Burrows. 
Descendant of Col. Oliver Smith. 
Daughter of Joseph D. Smith and Eliza Fanning, his wife. 
See No. 4758. 

Mrs. Sarah Bowman Van Ness. 4760 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Joseph Van Ness. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Bowman and of Isaac Davenport. 

Daughter of John Bowman, Jr., and Eliza Ann Giddens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bowman and Lucinda Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bowman and Hannah Winthrop Dav- 
enport, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Davenport. 

Samuel Bowman bore a commission from the Crown, but in 
the agitation over the Stamp Act stood for the rights of the 
colonies and turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He was 
at Bunker Hill and gave uninterrupted service until the close 
of the contest, when he was captain, Continental Line. He 
was brevetted colonel and a member of the Society of the Cin- 
cinnati. Twenty-seven of the family served in Massachusetts 
and the old homestead, still standing at "Cambridge Farms," 
now Lexington, was a special mark for Lord Percy's cannom 
as all the proprietors had been "worshipful magistrates." 

Isaac Davenport was in Lemuel Clap's company at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, and assisted in the fortification of Dorchester 
Heights. There were thirty-four of the family on the Massa- 
chusetts pay roll. 

Mrs. Harriet Morgan Cottrell. 4761 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles P. Cottrell. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 273 



Descendant of Lieut. Col. James Babcock, Capt. James 
Morgan, Nicholas Morgan and George Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Avery Morgan and Susan Amelia Pendleton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Nathan Pendleton and Phebe Cole, his wife; 
Nicholas Morgan and Phebe Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Nathan Pendleton and Amelia Babcock, 
his wife; James Morgan and Catharine Street, his wife; George Avery 
and Eunice Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Babcock and Sarah Stanton, his 
wife. 

James Babcock was lieutenant colonel of Varnum's regi- 
ment, the first troops raised by the colony of Rhode Island. 

James Morgan, in 1776, was captain of militia on duty in 
New York At the massacre of Fort Griswold he received 
fifteen bayonet wounds. 

Nicholas Morgan served in the Eighth Militia Regiment. 

George Avery, in 1775, was in Capt. Abel Spicer's company 
at Roxbury; fought under Capt. Isaac Gallup at Long Island 
and White Plains, and re-enlisted in 1777 for three years. He 
lost his son, Christopher, at Fort Griswold. 

Miss M. Stella Lawson. 4762 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Nora O'Connor Herbert, mother of a patriot. 

Daughter of Robert Lawson and Margaret Quinn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Quinn and Mary McAllister, his wife; 
Robert Lawson and Margaret McAllister, his wife. 

Gr.-grandd„aughter of James McAllister and Margaret Herbert, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nora O'Connor Herbert, who 
was the mother of William Herbert, a native of Ireland. From 
the time of landing in 1773 he devoted his money and energies 
to the patriot cause. During the Revolution he excluded 
from his home at Alexandria, Va., all who were unfriendly to 
the colonies. He was a personal friend of Washington and a 
member of the same Masonic Lodge. 

Miss John Frances H. Lawson. 476} 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Nora O'Connor Herbert, mother of a patriot. 



274 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Robert Lawson and Margaret Quinn, his wife. 
See No. 4762. 

Miss Rosin a Lawson. 4764 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Nora O'Connor Herbert, mother of a patriot. 
Daughter of Robert Lawson and Margaret Quinn, his wife. 
See No. 4762. 

Mrs. Lulah Ayer Vandiver. 4765" 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of James R. Vandiver. 

Descendant of Thomas Ayer, of Marlborough, S. C. 

Daughter of Lewis Malone Ayer and Lillie Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Malone Ayer and Rebecca Daniel Erwin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ayer and Sarah Malone, his wife. 

Thomas Ayer when urged to take the oath of allegiance to 
England and thus save his property replied, "It is not a ques- 
tion of property but of liberty." He was such a dangerous 
Whig that Lord Rawdon offered fifty guineas for him dead or 
alive. He was once captured but high water prevented the 
Tories recrossing the Pedee, and he was rescued by his son, 
Hartwell, a soldier under Marion. 

Mrs. Agnes Eudora Dennis Blanchard. 4766 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Abithar Blanchard. 

Descendant of Sergt. Henry Brigham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dexter Dennis and Nancy Phillip Brigham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Brigham and Martha Gates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Brigham and Anna Phillips, his wife. 

Henry Brigham marched to Cambridge at the Lexington 
Alarm under Capt. William Brigham. He was sergeant, 
1775-76, in Capt. Silas Gates' company of militia. 

Miss Jennie Bradley. 4767 

Born in Vermont. 
Descendant of Lieut. Eli Brownson, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Gilbert Bradley and Laura Hill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jerome J. Hill and Laura Lathrop, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Hubble Lathrop and Laura Brownson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eli Brownson and Abi Jewel, his wife. 

EH Brownson was a member of the Convention at Windsor, 
1777, and fought at the battle of Bennington, where he com- 
manded the company after the death of his captain. 

Also Nos. 1869, 2967. 

Mrs. Jane Irvin Van Valkenburgh. 4768 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frank P. Van Valkenburgh. 

Descendant of Col. John Patton and of Lieut. Jocob Mytin- 
ger, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Bucher Swoope and Susanna Patton Irwin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Irwin and Jane Patton, his wife; William 
Swoope, M. D., and Hannah Bucher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Patton and Susan Antes, his wife; John 
Conrad Bucher and Hannah Mytinger, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Patton and Jane Bartholomew Davis, 
his wife; and of Jacob Mytinger. 

See No. 4046. 

John Patton was colonel of the Sixteenth Regiment, and had 
charge of the defenses of Philadelphia. He was one of the 
noble band of merchants who raised money to relieve the dis- 
tress in the army. He was a personal friend of Washington, 
and a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 644, 878. 

Mrs. Mary Woodruff Babcock, 4769 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Col. Courtlandt Guynet Babcock, S. A. R. 

Descendant of Hon. Josiah Hornblower, Surg. Gen. William 
Burnet and Capt. Joseph Ailing, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lewis Bartholomew Woodruff and Harriette Burnet 
Hornblower, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Coerten Hornblower and Mary Burnet, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Burnet, Jr., and Joanna Ailing, 
his wife; Josiah Hornblower and Elizabeth Kingsland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Burnet and Mary Camp, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 4025, 4166, 4246. 



276 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN E EVOLUTION. 

Miss Isabella Maria De Veny. 4770 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Campbell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John De Veny and Matilda Scott Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Campbell, Jr., and Mary Beelman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Campbell and Isabella Lusk, his wife. 

Thomas Campbell marched in the first company raised for 
Boston in 1775, and was wounded four times during his long 
service. He fought at Long Island, Trenton, Germantown 
and Monmouth; was in Sullivan's Expedition; under Gen. 
Wayne in Virginia, and in the Southern Campaign. He was 
a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Catherine Gertrude Bishop Chappell. 4771 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Frank H. Chappell. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Bishop and of Joseph Bishop, 
of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Gilbert Bishop and Catherine Delaney, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Bishop and Charlotte Latimer, his wife. 
See No. 4740. 

Mrs. Hannah Elizabeth Dixon Barnes. 4772 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry Burr Barnes. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Williams and of Ens. Amos 
Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Courtlandt Palmer Dixon and Hannah Elizabeth Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Williams, Jr., and Hannah Elizabeth 
Denison, his wife. 

See No. 4624. 

Mrs. Fannie Dixon Frankenstein. 4773 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Louis Jerome Frankenstein. 
Descendant of Capt. Jesse Moss, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Jesse L. Moss and Sally R. Dixon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Reuben E. Moss and Esther Chesbrough, 
his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Moss and Mary Moss, his wife. 



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Jesse Moss, in 1775, was corporal in the Seventh Regiment 
under Col. Charles Webb, and was present at the evacuation of 
Boston. His commission as captain of the Seventeenth Train 
Band, signed by Jonathan Trumbull, August, 1777, is in the 
possession of the family. 

Miss Sarah Allen Stoddard. 4774 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. Vine Stoddard, Capt. Ralph Stoddard 
and Col. Oliver Smith, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Enoch Vine Stoddard and Sarah Ann Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Vine Stoddard and Prudence Morgan Smith, his 
wife; Lewis Allen and Mary Denison Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ens. Vine Stoddard and Jemima Fish, his wife; 
Denison Smith and Waity Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Stoddard and Susannah Elderkin 
Avery, his wife. 

See Nos. 4615, 4758. 

Mrs. Nancy Lord Palmer Stanton. 4775" 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles T. Stanton. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Palmer, of Stonington, Conn. 
Daughter of Nathaniel Palmer and Marcy Brown, his wife. 
See No. 4624. 

Mrs. Priscilla Dixon Barclay, 4776 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Barclay. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Williams and of Ens. Amos 
Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Courtlandt Palmer Dixon and Hannah Elizabeth Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Williams, Jr., and Hannah Elizabeth 
Denison, his wife. 

See No. 4624. 

Mrs. Pauline Williams Dixon Stanton. 4777 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Louis Lee Stanton. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Williams and Ens. Amos 
Denison. 



278 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Courtlandt Palmer Dixon and Hannah Elizabeth Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Williams, Jr., and Hannah Elizabeth 
Denison, his wife. 

See No. 4624. 

Mrs. Agnes Bailey Baker. 4778 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Lorenzo D. Baker. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Smith, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Thomas M. Bailey and Nancy Clark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Clark and Sarah Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Smith and Mary Denison, his wife. 
See No. 4758. 

Mrs. Mary Cleveland Bigelow. 4779 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Joseph Smith Bigelow. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. David Mason and of Lieut. John 
Bryant, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Bryant and Elizabeth Breinneer Sohier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bryant and Mary Cleveland Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bryant and Hannah Mason, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Mason and Hannah Symmes, his 
wife. 

David Mason, in 1775, was major of Gridley's regiment of 
Artillery, and in 1776 was sent by Washington to establish a 
depot of military supplies at Springfield, where he served as 
commissary general until retired in 1780. 

Also No. 1053. 

John Bryant, in 1778, was captain lieutenant in Col. John 
Crane's regiment. He lost his arm at Stony Point, and later 
had charge of military stores at Springfield. 

Mrs. Mary Tyler Gatchell. . 4780 

Born in Maryland. 
Wife of Hugh M. Gatchell. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Addison. 
Daughter of Dr. Samuel Tyler and Lucretia J. Baltzell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. William Tyler and Mary Addison, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Addison and Eleanor Watkins, his wife. 
John Addison was lieutenant colonel of the Third Mary- 



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land Battalion of the Flying Camp, which was organized in 

1776 by authority of Congress. He took part in the battles of 
White Plains, Trenton and Princeton. 

Also No. 416. 

Miss Catherine Van Rensselaer How. 4781 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Eliab Farnam, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Jacob Rutsen How and Luanda Hagaman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John I. Hagaman and Sarah Frye, his wife. 
See No. 4230. 

Mrs. Kate Graveraet King Ramsay. 4782 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Bertin Ramsay. 

Descendant of Lieut. John King, of Northampton, Mass. 

Daughter of Daniel Webster King and Sarah Anne Graveraet, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel King and Sophia Lyman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John King, who in 1776 was lieu- 
tenant in the Second Hampshire County Regiment, and in 

1777 marched to East Hoosac with the militia at the Benning- 
ton alarm, under Capt. Oliver Lyman. 

Mrs. Ellen E. Langdon Woodward. 4783 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George Wheelock Woodward. 

Descendant of Col. Andrew Morehouse, of New York. 
Daughter of John LeDroit Langdon and Jerusha Stillman, his wife. 
See No. 4047. 

Mrs. Lucy Sabin Adriance. 4784 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Adriance. 

Descendant of Lieut. Zebediah Sabin, of Williamstown, 
Mass. 

Daughter of Dr. Henry Lyman Sabin and Abby Benjamin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Sabin and Esther Bulkley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebediah Sabin, who was lieutenant 
in Patterson's Massachusetts Regiment in Arnold's Expedition 
to Quebec, 1775-76, and died on his way home. His sword 



28o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

and powder horn were brought back by his comrades and are 
now valued memorials of a patriot's devotion. 

Mrs. Eleanor Breckinridge Chalkley. 478^ 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Lyman Chalkley. 

Descendant of Hon. John Breckinridge, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Campbell Preston Breckinridge and Issa 
Desha, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Jefferson Breckinridge and Ann Sophon- 
isba Preston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Breckinridge and Mary Hopkins Cabell, 
his wife. 

John Breckinridge was a subaltern of Virginia militia. 

Miss Sara Hodgson. 4786 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Baker, of Westfield, N. J. 
Daughter of George B. H. Hodgson and Sarah Thompson Crane, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Crane and Electa Lum Baker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret Osborn, his wife. 
See No. 4247. 

Miss Jane Love Marfield. 4787 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hussey Luckett and of Capt. 
Walter Graham, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Marfield and Emily Stone Luckett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otho Holland Williams Luckett and Elizabeth 
Catsby Graham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Graham and Sarah Richards, his wife; 
Thomas Hussey Luckett and Elizabeth Noland, his wife. 

Thomas Hussey Luckett was lieutenant in Stephenson's 
Rifle regiment when captured at Fort Washington. He suf- 
fered great privations on the prison ship, where he was con- 
fined four years. In 1783 he commanded a company. 

Walter Graham, when sixteen, enlisted as a private, and 
when crossing the Schuylkill river he saved the life of Gen. 
Marshall at the risk of his own, and for his bravery he was 
placed on that officer's staff. He served to the end of the war. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 28l 



Mrs. Alice M. Glidden Hufcut. 4788 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Horace D. Hufcut. 

Descendant of Joseph Glidden, of Maine. 

Daughter of S. G. Glidden and M. A. H. Fisher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Glidden and Mary Jordan Lovett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Glidden, Jr., and Mary Waters, his 
wife. 

Joseph Glidden was a soldier in Col. William Jones' regi- 
ment at the re-taking of the "Mast-Ship" at New Castle, which 
had been captured by the British fleet under Sir George Col- 
lier, September 10, 1777. 

Mrs. Margaret Matilda Hogue Mason. 4789 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Andrew Jackson Mason. 

Descendant of George Taylor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lindsey Hogue and Nancy Susan Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mark Taylor and Margaret Amyx Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Taylor and Lutitia Wade, his wife. 

George Taylor with four brothers left Ireland for this country 
on account of their antipathy to the King. He was captain of 
his own vessel and located in Rockbridge county, where he 
was an ardent patriot. 

Lutitia Wade Taylor was the mother of Maj. William Tay- 
lor and James Taylor, who fought in the Virginia Line and 
were pensioned for their services. 

Mrs. Alice F. Skinner Doyle. 4790 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Judge John H. Doyle. 

Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott and of Samuel Wolcott, 
of Windsor, Conn. 

Daughter of Dr. Samuel W. Skinner and Dorianna Fuller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Newton Skinner and Ursula Wolcott, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wolcott and Jerusha Wolcott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Erastus Wolcott and Jerusha Wolcott, his 
wife. 

Erastus Wolcott, in 1775, was sent by the Legislature to in- 



282 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

vestigate the designs of the British and prepare for the defense 
of Boston. He commanded a militia regiment at the siege; 
garrisoned Forts Trumbull and Griswold, and was brigadier 
general at Peekskill when ordered to the defense of Danbury. 

Also No. 3291. 

Samuel Wolcott was commissary of militia during the war. 

Miss Elizabeth Wolcott Doyle. 4791 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott and of Samuel Wolcott. 
Daughter of Judge John H. Doyle and Alice F. Skinner, his wife. 
See No. 4790. 

Miss Grace Alice Doyle. 4792 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott and of Samuel Wolcott. 
Daughter of Judge John H. Doyle and Alice F. Skinner, his wife. 
See No. 4790, 4791. 

Mrs. Hester A. Morgan Curtiss. 4792 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James A. Curtiss. 

Descendant of Jonathan Morgan. 

Daughter of George Morgan and Hannah Bronson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Morgan and Grace McFall, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Morgan, who enlisted in 
the first call for volunteers. He was in the battle of Bunker 
Hill and under Arnold in the expedition to Quebec. 

Miss Henrietta F. Lewis. 4794 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Lewis and of Seth Strong, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Lewis and Jane Strong, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Lewis and Mary Strong, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Strong and Rachel Robinson, his wife; 
and of Joseph Lewis. 

Seth Strong, when sixteen, enlisted in Capt. Barker's com- 
pany for three years and was honorably discharged in 1780. 

Joseph Lewis took part in the siege of Boston, and was lieu- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 283 



tenant in Capt. Oliver Hanchett's company at Quebec, where 
he was captured. He was killed at Groton Heights. 
Also No. 3947. 

Miss Ida J. Hall. 479^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ichabod Ives, of Wallingford, Conn. 

Daughter of Julius Hall and Laura Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Parker and Maria Ives, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Ives and Mary Clark, his wife. 

Ichabod Ives, in 1776, served in Wadsworth's brigade; in 
1781 joined Capt. Fitch's company, and was at West Point 
under Col. Canfield. He lived to receive a pension. 

Mrs, Jennie Winslow Catlin. 4796 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Hopkins Catlin. 

Descendant of Maj. Peter Harwood, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Lilly Winslow and Dolly Powers Harwood, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Harwood and Annie Bisco, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Harwood and Phebe Prouty, his wife. 

Peter Harwood entered the army in 1775 as captain, and was 
court martialed for disobedience of orders at White Plains, 
where he was captured. He was acquitted, promoted to major 
in 1778, and in 178 1 received an honorable discharge. He was 
one of the officers on duty at the execution of Andre. 

MRS. BETSEY PARKER JERALDS. 4797 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Thomas Jeralds.\ 

Descendant of Stephen Parker, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Stephen Parker and Rebecca Ray, his wife. 
See No. 4612. 

Miss Harriet Viola Strong. 4798 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Seth Strong, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Guernsey Leonidas Strong and Sarah Jane Duffy, his 
wife. 



284 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Harry Strong and Barbara Scranton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Strong and Rachel Robinson, his wife. 
See No. 4794. 

Mrs. Cornelia Esther Carter Comstock. 4799 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Albert Seymour Comstock. 

Descendant of Capt. John Carter, Hannah Benedict Carter 
and Corp. Josiah Weed, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Carter and Esther Greenly, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Carter and Rhoda Weed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Carter and Hannah Benedict, his wife; 
and of Josiah Weed. 

John Carter, who had served in the militia, was captain of 
minute men, in 1777, to guard the coast of Long Island, and 
commanded a party in the successful midnight attack at Mo- 
risania, capturing Col. Hatfield, his staff and eleven privates. 

Hannah Benedict Carter made her home a refuge for the 
soldiers, and died February 21, 1780, from overexertion in 
their behalf. Her memory is now honored by the Chapter 
bearing the name of this patriotic "Foremother." 

Josiah Weed was a private in 1776-77 in the companies of 
Capt. John Carter and Daniel Benedict, and in 1779 corporal 
under Capt. Reuben Scofield, Col. John Mead's regiment 

Mrs. Amelia J. Jerome Perkins. 4800 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of W. S. C. Perkins, M. D. 

Descendant of Benjamin Jerome, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George D. Jerome and Hannah Darrow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Jerome and Desire Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Jerome and Desire Brown, his wife. 

Benjamin Jerome, in 1777, was enrolled in Capt. James Stod- 
dard's company, Col. Noadiah Hooker's regiment, which was 
with Erastus Wolcott's brigade at Peekskill. 

Miss Myra Fitch Parker. 4801 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Parker, of Connecticut. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 285 



Daughter of John Ford Parker and Fannie Fitch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Fitch Parker and Susan Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Parker and Sarah Fitch, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Parker and Deborah Lester, his 
wife. 

Timothy Parker, in 1776, was captain of a merchant vessel 
which was captured and taken to New York. When released 
in 1777 he commanded the State cruiser "Oliver Cromwell" 
and in twelve days took four prizes and sixty prisoners. In 
1779, after two hours' skirmish with the "Daphne," seeing re- 
enforcements coming' he surrendered, but was soon exchanged 
and remained in the marine service to the close of the war. 

Miss Lucy Griffin Leavens. 4802 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Benjamin Leavens and of Jedediah Leavens, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jedediah Leavens and Frances J. Hammond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jedediah Leavens and Patience Whittaker, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Leavens, who was a min- 
ute man at the Lexington Alarm. 

Jedediah Leavens, in 1776, enlisted from Killingly in the 
Third Company under Capt. Joseph Cady. 

Miss Ida Louise James. 4803 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Matthew Du Bois, of New York, and 
Isaac Johnson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Llewellyn James and Julia Ann Du Bois, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Matthew Mitchell Du Bois and Deborah 
Mitchell Teller, his wife; Thomas James and Minerva Hepzibah Rowe, 
his wife. 

See No. 4374. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Du Bois, Jr., and Ann Scott Welling, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Du Bois and Sarah Humphreys, 
his wife. 

Matthew Du Bois was a delegate to the Provincial Congress, 
1775, and assistant commissary until 1777, when he raised a 



286 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

company in New Windsor. He rose to the rank of major in 
the Fifth Regiment, which in June, 1783, marched to Pough- 
keepsie with their torn battle flags flying and gave the precious 
emblems to the keeping of Governor Clinton. 

Mrs. Huldah De Wolfe Roberts. 4804 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of W. Lea Roberts. 

Descendant of Levi De Wolfe and of Timothy Stanley, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alva G. De Wolfe and Lucy A. Hotchkiss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi De Wolfe and Huldah Stanley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Stanley and Mary Hopkins, his wife. 

Levi De Wolfe, at the age of fourteen, entered the militia 
and in an expedition to Staten Island had his feet so badly 
frozen that he was unfit for duty until 1779, when he fought 
at Stony Point. He served in the Virginia Campaign under 
Lafayette and lived to receive a pension. 

Timothy Stanley served in Capt. Bezaleel Beebe's company, 
at Fort Washington, where he was captured, and died on the 
prison ship, December 26, 1776. 

Mrs. Harriet Maria De Wolfe Barber. 480^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James Rush Barber. 

Descendant of Timothy Stanley and of Levi De Wolfe. 
Daughter of Alva G. De Wolfe and Lucy A. Hotchkiss, his wife. 
See No. 4804. 

Mrs. Mary Hammond Hall. 4806 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Melville Edwards Hall. 

Descendant of Cornelius Dunham and of White Griswold, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. Cornelius E. Hammond and Mary E. Lewis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Hammond and Esther Griswold, his wife; 
Henry Lewis and Elizabeth Root, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Judd Root and Sarah Dunham, his 
wife; and of Dr. George Griswold. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of White Griswold and Elizabeth Cheney, his 
wife; Cornelius Dunham and Jennie Andrews, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 287 

White Griswold was in the expedition to Canada, and in 1777 
he re-enlisted under Capt. Theophilus Munson and fought at 
Germantown, where he was captured. He soon died on a 
prison ship at Philadelphia. 

Cornelius Dunham, in 1781, served in Capt. Matthew Smith's 
company, and was also in the Commissary Department. 

Miss Julia Strudwick Tutwiler. 4807 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of Gov. Samuel Ashe, of Wilmington, N. C. 

Daughter of Prof. Henry Tutwiler, LX. D., and Julia Ashe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Pasquali Paoli Ashe and Elizabeth Strudwick, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ashe and Sophia Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ashe and Elizabeth Jones Merrick, 
his wife. 

Samuel Ashe, in 1774, was one of the committee of eight to 
call together the first legislative body, and a delegate to the 
Provincial Congress, 1774-76. He was president of the Coun- 
cil of Safety, 1776; the first speaker of the Senate, and presid- 
ing judge of the Supreme Court from its institution in 1777 
until elected Governor of the State. 

Miss Mary L. Hall. 4 8 ° 8 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Rev. Nathaniel Eells and of Sergt. Isaac 
Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horace R. Hall and Sarah L. Avery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Russel Hall and Betsey Eells, his wife; Isaac 
Avery and Abigail Guilland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Eells and Nancy Stanton, his wife; 
Isaac Avery and Mercy Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eells and Mary Darrall, his wife. 

Rev. Nathaniel Eells, although sixty-five, turned out at the 
Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he read from his pulpit a paper 
handed him by the Selectmen, caling for volunteers to come 
to the rescue of the army at Harlem Heights. A company was 
immediately raised and he was appointed chaplain. 

Also No. 3029. 

Isaac Avery was sergeant in Capt. Ebenezer Witter's com- 



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pany at the Lexington Alarm, and in 1776 served in New York 
in the Eighth Regiment, under Capt. James Morgan. 

i 

Mrs. Harriet Hall Cathcart. 4809 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Samuel M. Cathcart. 

Descendant of Rev. Nathaniel Eells and of Sergt. Isaac 
Avery. 
Daughter of Horace R. Hall and Sarah L. Avery, his wife. 
See No. 



Mrs. Emily Pierson Jennings Perry. 4810 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Nehemiah Perry. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Gould, of Fairfield, Conn. 
Daughter of Augustus Jennings and Sophronia Robinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abraham Gould Jennings and Anna Burr, his wife. 
See No. 4015. 

Mrs. Julia Du Bois James. 481 1 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Thomas Llewellyn James. 

Descendant of Capt. Matthew Du Bois, of New York. 
Daughter of Louis Matthew Mitchell Du Bois and Deborah Mitchell 
Teller, his wife. 
See No. 4803. 

Mrs. Louisa Ellen James Rugg. 4812 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Frederick Arthur Rugg. 
Descendant of Isaac Johnson, of Derby, Conn. 
Daughter of Thomas James and Minerva Hepzibah Rowe, his wife. 
See No. 4374. 

Mrs. Minerva Hepzibah James. 4813 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Thomas James. 
Descendant of Isaac Johnson. 

Daughter of Frederic Rowe and Hepzibah Johnson, his wife. 
See No. 4374. 



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Miss Elizabeth P. Stowe. 4814 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Stephen Stow and of John Stow, of Connec- 
ticut. 
Daughter of Deacon Henry Stowe and Lydia Goodrich, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha Stowe and Hannah Northrop, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Stow and Sarah B. Gillette, his wife. 
See No. 4148. 

Mrs. Clara Louise Camp Stevens. 4815- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of W. B. Stevens. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Goodwin, of Litchfield, Conn. 

Daughter of Samuel Camp and Mary Kenney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Kenney and Caroline Osborn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Myron Osborn and Emeline Goodwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Erastus Goodwin and Olive Sanford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Goodwin and Elizabeth 
Marsh, his wife. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, in 1776, served under Capt. John Skin- 
ner and in 1777 was captain of a volunteer company raised in 
Litchfield, but he died the same year. 

Mrs. Charlotte Augusta Steele Elton. 4816 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James S. Elton. 

Descendant of Luke Steele, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Hiram Steele and Nancy McHargg Turner, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Steele and Lucy Buel, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Luke Steele and Esther Steele, his wife. 
Luke Steele served in Capt. Andrew Martin's company of 
minute men from Bethlehem. 

Mrs. Mary Ranson Nichols Barber. 4817 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Theodore Morris Barber. 

Descendant of William Nichols and of Capt. Job Bartram, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Capt. Hanford Nichols and Sarah Elizabeth Thurston, 
his wife. 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of William Hanford Nichols and Mary Burr Bartram, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Nichols and Huldah Downs, his wife; 
and of Job Bartram. 

William Nichols served under various enlistments for short 
terms during the war, for which he received a pension. 

Job Bartram was captain under Col. Samuel Whitney at the 
Alarm in 1777, when Tryon invaded the State. 

Mrs. Annie Eliza Pidgeon Searing. 4818 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John W. Searing. 

Descendant of John Eayres and of Maj. John Eayres, Jr., of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Pidgeon and Mary Elizabeth Orr, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Pidgeon and Mary Eayres, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Eayres, Jr., and Margaret Southard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Eayres and Mary Eayres, his wife. 

John Eayres, in 1775, enlisted from Boston in Capt. Edward 
Blake's company and served to the close of the war. After the 
troops were disbanded he died on his way home from the ef- 
fects of his long service. 

John Eayres, Jr., when seventeen, served in Col. Brewer's 
regiment. He was made conductor of military stores and rose 
to the rank of major in the militia. 

Mrs. Laura A. Elsworth Cresswell. 4819 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Matthew Cresswell, Jr. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Elsworth and Phoebe Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Osborne, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Martin and Margaret Brown, his wife. 

William Martin, in 1777, was a soldier in the Middlesex 
county militia, New Jersey Line. In 1780 he entered the body 
guard of the Commander-in-Chief and was with that troop un- 
til disbanded in 1783. 

Also No. 302. 



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Miss Florence Pauline Cory. 4820 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Corp. Ebenezer Hall and of Capt. Isaac Hall, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry W. Cory and Florence Elizabeth Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Johnson Lafayette Hall and Marcelia Wood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Johnson Hall and Polly Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hall and Vashti Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hall and Anna Pease, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Hall, in 1777, enlisted for three years as corporal 
under Capt. Noah Allen and was with Gates at Saratoga. 

Isaac Hall, in 1776, was captain of a troop of Light Horse on 
duty in New York City under Maj. William Hart. 

Also Nos. 962, 2282. 

Mrs. Henrietta Corwin Tuthill. 4821 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Burnet Tuthill. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joshua Williams, of Stonington, Conn. 

Daughter of John Corwin and Harriet Finch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Finch and Harriet Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Williams and Hannah Hurlbut, his 
wife. 

Joshua Williams turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
fought under Capt. John Durkee at Bunker Hill. He was 
made corporal in 1777, when he enlisted for the war. He 
served in the Eighth Regiment of militia, Capt. William Stan- 
ton's company of Coast Guards. 

Also No. 3515. 

Mrs. Anna Francis Enders Morris. 4822 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Abram V. Morris. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker, of New York. 

Daughter of Garret Enders and Deborah Newkirk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John W. Newkirk and Nancy Vedder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Van De Bogart Vedder and Helena 
Bancker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brower Bancker and Anna Mabie, 
his wife. 



292 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomas Brower Bancker was captain under Col. Abraham 
Wemple in the Albany county militia during the war. 

Miss Anna Enders Morris. 4823 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Frederick Vedder, of New York. 

Daughter of J. Vedder Morris and Maria Bennet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abram V. Morris and Rebecca M. Vedder, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John F. D. Vedder and Nancy Newkirk, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Vedder and Maria Van Patten, 
his wife. 

Frederick Vedder, when a lad, entered the Schenectady 
county militia and for his services received a pension. 

Miss Eleanor Enders. 4824 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker, of New York. 
Daughter of Garret Enders and Deborah Newkirk, his wife. 
See No. 4822. 

Miss Rebecca Vedder Morris. 4825" 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Sergt. Frederick Vedder, of New York. 
Daughter of Francis Morris and Nellie Blood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abram V. Morris and Rebecca M. Vedder, his 
wife. 

See No. 4823. 

Mrs. Emily Hall Hazen. 4826 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Cunningham Hazen. 

Descendant of Capt. Eliab Farnam, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Hall and Abigail Farnam Hagaman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John I. Hagaman and Sarah Frye, his wife. 
See No. 4230. 

Mrs. Mary Ballard Marks. 4827 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of Henry Marks. 



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Descendant of Samuel Gault and of Lieut. John Gile, of New 
Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Ballard and Asenath Gault, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Gault and Anna Gile, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gile and Mary Nealley, his wife. 

John Gile, in 1775, was lieutenant in Capt. Butler's company 
for the defense of the coast. He took part in the siege of Bos- 
ton in Col. Waldron's New Hampshire regiment and from 
1779-81 was Selectman of Nottingham. 

Samuel Gault served in Capt. George Parker's company, Col. 
Timothy Bedel's regiment of Rangers in the expedition to 
Canada. In 1779 he was a private in Capt. Simeon Steven's 
company on garrison duty along the Connecticut river. 

Mrs. Isabel Ballard Marks Hyde. 4828 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William T. Hyde. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Gile and of Samuel Gault. 
Daughter of Henry Marks and Mary Ballard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Ballard and Asenath Gault, his wife. 
See No. 4827. 

Miss Lucy Ballard Marks. 4829 

Born in Paris, France. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Gile and of Samuel Gault. 
Daughter of Henry Marks and Mary Ballard, his wife. 
See Nos. 4827, 4828. 

Mrs. Agnes Rosamond French Wilcox. 4830 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Clermont Harvey Wilcox. 

Descendant of Daniel Judd, of Colchester, Conn. 

Daughter of Andrew J. French and Mary Adele Judd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harley Judd and Hannah Thurston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Clark Judd and Deborah Hatch, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Judd and Mehetable Clark, his wife. 

Daniel Judd took part in the siege of Boston in Capt. Caleb 
Trowbridge's company and in 1777 he enlisted for three years. 
He was a member of the garrison at Fort Griswold when it 
was attacked and was badly wounded in that engagement. 



294 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Evileen Tunnicliffe Edick. 4831 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel S. Edick. 

Descendant of Capt. John Van Benschoten. 

Daughter of John D. Tunnicliffe and Jemima Van Horn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Van Horn and Jemima Van Benschoten, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Van Benschoten and Jane Low, his wife. 

John Van Benschoten, in 1778, was commissioned captain of 
the Second Regiment, Rombout Precinct of New York militia. 

Mrs. Emily Marshall Wadsworth. 4832 

Born in New York. 

Wife of G. Wadsworth. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Marshall, of Billerica, Mass. 

Daughter of Josiah Thompson Marshall and Mary Sheldon Stocking, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Marshall and Priscilla Waterman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Marshall and Abigail Brown, his wife. 

Isaac Marshall responded to the Lexington Alarm under 
Capt. Moses Parker and fought at White Plains in Capt. Zach- 
eus Wright's company. In 1777 he served in Rhode Island 
and in 1780 was lieutenant in the Middlesex county militia. 

Mrs. Alice Hunt Robinson. 4833 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hunt, of Watertown, Mass. 

Daughter of Charles Bissell and Ellen Cass Hunt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Thomas Hunt, U. S. A., and Alice Eor- 
sythe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hunt and Eunice Wellington, his wife. 

Thomas Hunt was sergeant in Craft's company of minute 
men at the Lexington Alarm and Bunker Hill and returned 
from the Canadian Expedition ill with small-pox. He was lieu- 
tenant at Monmouth and Quaker Hill and commanded a com- 
pany at Stony Point, where he was wounded. He was in one 
of the three battalions of light infantry organized by Washing- 
ton in 1781, and won distinction at Yorktown, where he re- 
ceived a bayonet wound. He was a member of the original 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Alsp No. 3952. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Sterling Gamble. 4834 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Matthew A. Gamble. 

Descendant of Maj. James Sterling, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Apollo Woodward Sterling and Eleanor Sanderson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wesley Sterling and Ann Woodward, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Sterling and Mary Shaw, his wife. 

James Sterling, 1775-76, was a member of the Provincial 
Congress and Council of Safety. He fitted out a company at 
his own expense, and in 1776 was major of the First Regiment, 
Burlington county militia. 

Also Nos. 1938, 3357. 

Mrs. Sarah Reed Watts Rose. 48^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William John Rose. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Frederick Watts, Gen. Henry Mil- 
ler, Dr. John McDowell and Capt. William Reed, all of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of William Miles Watts and Anna Matilda Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Watts and Juliana Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Watts and Jean Murray, his wife; 
Henry Miller and Sarah Ann Ursula Rose, his wife. 

Frederick Watts was in command of the First Battalion of 
the ''Flying Camp" at the surrender of Fort Washington. In 
1782 he was brigadier general of militia. 

Henry Miller, in 1775, was lieutenant of a rifle company and 
promoted to captain. He fought at Long Island, White 
Plains, Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, and Monmouth. 
He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also gr.-granddaughter of John McDowell and Margaret Sanderson 
Lukens, his wife; William Reed and Nancy Miller, his wife. 

John McDowell served as surgeon from 1777-83. He was a 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

William Reed, 1776, was captain of York County As- 
sociators and of the militia in 1778. 

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Morris Butler. 4836 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Charles E. Butler. 



296 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Morris and of Lieut. Jonathan 
Ford Morris, of Morristown, N. J. 

Daughter of William Cullen Morris and Julia Leutz, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Cullen Morris and Maria Stryker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Jonathan Ford Morris and Margaret 
Smith Euen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Morris and Hannah Ford, his wife. 

Joseph Morris, in 1775, was captain in the expedition to Can- 
ada and major in Daniel Morgan's rifle corps in New Jersey 
until ordered to reenforce Gates. He was conspicuous for gal- 
lantry at Saratoga, and mortally wounded at White Marsh. 
Lafayette, fearing the widow might need assistance, wrote of- 
fering "to let her have one or many thousand dollars." 

Jonathan Ford Morris, when sixteen, was ensign with his 
father in Canada; 1777, lieutenant of Continental Artillery, 
and later surgeon in the militia. 

Miss Helene Narcisse Denis. 4837 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Peter Tharp and of Samuel F. Randolph, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of Geffroy Pierre Denis and Jeannette Hooven, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Narcisse Francois Honore Denis and Marietta 
Randolph, his wife. 

See No. 4666. 

Mrs. Sarah Keziah McClellan Ruth. 4838 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Widow of David Ruth. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph McClellan, of Chester county, 
Pa. 

Daughter of James Downing McClellan and Elizabeth Litzenberg, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Parke McClellan and Sarah Whelan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph McClellan and Keziah Parke, his wife. 

See No. 4273. 

Mrs. Frances Burrows Sloan. 48^9 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Andrew Jackson Sloan. 



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Descendant of Capt. Jacob Bright, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daughter of Edward Burrows and Annie Cooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Burrows and Elizabeth Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Burrows and Mary Bright, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Bright and Susanna Rittenhouse, 
his wife. 

Jacob Bright, in 1776, commanded a company in Col. Lewis 
Nicola's regiment of City Guards. 

Miss Frances Burrows Sloan. 4840 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. John Harris and of Capt. Jacob Bright, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Andrew Jackson Sloan and Frances Burrows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sloan and Mary Harris, his wife; Edward 
Burrows and Annie Cooper, his wife. 

See No. 4839. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Harris and Mary Bowen, his wife. 

John Harris served as lieutenant and captain in the Chester 
county militia. His home was near Valley Forge, and when 
the army was wintering there soldiers as well as officers were 
recipients of their kindness. 

Mrs. Emilie Shevell Fisher Alricks. 4841 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Levi B. Alricks. 

Descendant of Col. David Jameson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Strettle Jones Fisher and Catharine Jameson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Gates Jameson and Catharine Shevelle, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Jameson and Elizabeth Davis, his wife. 

David Jameson was colonel in the York county militia that 
marched to join the army after the battle of Trenton; in 1778 
he was given command of the Third Battalion. 

Also No. 3559. 

Mrs. Sarah Campbell Wyeth. 4842 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Francis Wyeth. 

Descendant of Francis Campbell and of John Carson, of 
Pennsylvania. 



298 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles Smith Carson and Mary Ann Campbell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Carson and Margaret Duncan, his wife; 
Francis Campbell, Jr., and Elizabeth Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Campbell and Sarah Duncan, his wife. 

Francis Campbell was a soldier in Capt. William Ruppy's 
company in the disastrous Canadian Campaign, where the cap- 
tain was captured, but made his escape. 

John Carson served under Col. James Burd, Forty-first Bat- 
talion, Lancaster County Associators. In 1779 he was finan- 
cial agent of the Executive Council, when equipping troops 
for the Indian Campaign. 

Also No. 3740. 

Mrs. Ada Hoffman McAlarney. 4843 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Mathias Wilson McAlarney. 

Descendant of John Nicholas Hoffman, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jacob W. Hoffman and Eve Romberger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Hoffman and Hannah Ferree, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nicholas Hoffman and Margaret Har- 
man, his wife. 

John Nicholas Hoffman, in 1776, was in Capt. Albright 
Deibler's company, Fourth Battalion, Lancaster County Asso- 
ciators. After the battle of Long Island, where part of the 
command was captured, he served under his brother John and 
fought at Brandy wine and Germantown. In 1781 he was in 
Capt. Martin Weaver's company of Paxtang Associators. 

Miss Caroline Pearson. 4844 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. John Harris, of Harrisburg, Pa. 

Daughter of John James Pearson and Mary Harris Briggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Briggs and Caroline Elizabeth Hanna, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Andre Hanna and Mary R. Harris, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Harris and Mary Reed, his wife. 

John Harris was a member of the Committee of Observation 
and a delegate from Cumberland county to the Provincial Con- 
ference held in Carpenter's Hall, 1775, and to the Convention 



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of 1776. He was commissioned captain in the Twelfth Regi- 
ment, October, 1776, and in 1777 appointed to take subscrip- 
tion for the Continental Loan. 

Mrs. Margaret Louise Patrick McCord. 484^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Robert Elder, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Wallace Patrick and Martha Jane Elder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Elder and Margaret Armor Bell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Elder and Jane Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Robert Elder and Mary Thompson, 
his wife. 

Robert Elder, a patriot preacher, was throughout the contest 
in the field with his Scotch-Irish neighbors, or engaged in or- 
ganizing the Associators, which he commanded. 

Also No. 866. 

Miss Mary Ivy Hancock. 4846 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Culbertson and of Robert Cul- 
bertson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Maj. John Hancock and Emily Hays, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Crawford Cook Hancock and Charlotte Peters, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hancock and Jane Culbertson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Culbertson and Elizabeth Lindsay, 
his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Culbertson, who 
had fought at Fort DuQuesne and served in the Revolution. 

Robert Culbertson, in 1776, was a private in his brother Sam- 
uel's company, Col. Joseph Armstrong's battalion of Cumber- 
land County Associators, and in 1778 died from exposure. 

Miss Charlotte Culbertson Hancock. 4847 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Culbertson and of Robert Cul- 
bertson. 
Daughter of Maj. John Hancock and Emily Hays, his wife. 
See No. 4846. 



300 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tappen Kiersted, 4848 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Everest Beach Kiersted. 

Descendant of Maj. Christopher Tappen, of Kingston, N. Y. 

Daughter of Henry Jansen Tappen and Catharine MacFarland, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Tappen and Catharine Kiersted, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Tappen and Sally Jansen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddanghter of Christopher Tappen and Annatje Wyn- 
koop, his wife. 

Christopher Tappen was a member of the Provincial Con- 
gress, delegate to the Convention and Senator under the Con- 
stitution of 1777. After the capture of Long Island all import- 
ant records were removed to Kingston and placed in his cus- 
tody, and when that town was burned in 1777 he and his family 
sacrificed everything to save the public documents. 

Also Nos. 1303, 2014. 

Miss Edith Franklin Embree. 4849 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Effingham Embree. 

Daughter of Robert Cornell Embree and Phoebe Seaman Birdsall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Laurence Effingham Embree and Sarah Robinson 
Franklin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Effingham Embree and Mary Laurence, his 
wife. 

Effingham Embree, in 1776, was a minute man in Capt. Eg- 
bert's company and a member of the Committee of Safety of 
New York City. 

Miss Floride Cuningham. 48^0 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Pickens. 

Daughter of John Cuningham and Floride Calhoun Noble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gov. Patrick Noble and Elizabeth Bonneau Pick- 
ens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Pickens and Elizabeth Bonneau, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Pickens and Rebecca Floride Cal- 
houn, his wife. 



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Andrew Pickens was captain of militia when South Carolina 
was overrun by the enemy. In covering the retreat at Stono 
his horse was shot under him, and for the victory at Cowpens 
Congress voted him a sword. He was wounded at Eutaw 
Springs, but lived to serve until the close of the war, when he 
was brigadier general. 

Also Nos. 1234, 3443. 

Mrs. Lillie Ripley Henderson. 48^1 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Hon. Daniel S. Henderson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Connor, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Thomas Ramsey Ripley and Laura D. Connor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Connor. 

Great-granddaughter of Edward Connor, who was lieutenant 
in the State troops and for his services received a grant of five 
hundred acres of land in Horry county. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cleveland Bomar Watkins. 48^2 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Edward Fleming Watkins. 

Descendant of Capt. John Earle. 

Daughter of Maj. John Earle Bomar and Nancy Louisa Bomar, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Bomar and Amarylis Earle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Earle and Rebecca Berry, his wife. 

John Earle served in the South Carolina Rangers, and on his 
place on North Pacolet river was built Fort Earle as a retreat 
for the families of Whigs, and part of it is still standing. 

Mrs. Sara Aldrich Richardson. 48^ 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Henry Richardson. 

Descendant of Thomas Ayer, of Marlborough, S. C. 
Daughter of Judge A. P. Aldrich and Martha Anne Ayer, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lewis Malone Ayer and Rebecca Daniel Erwin, 
his wife. 

See No. 4765. 

Mrs. Lily Rountree Cooke. 4854 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of Thomas Russell Cooke. 



302 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hadley, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Wylie D. Rountree and Martha Hadley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hadley and Millicent Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hadley and Margaret Parker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hadley and Mary Thompson, his 
wife. 

Thomas Hadley represented Campbelton in the Provincial 
Congress at Halifax, 1776, and was captain of a company of 
Light Horse. While at Cape Fear, his home, September, 1781, 
the house was surrounded and he was murdered by Tories. 
His son, Capt. Joshua, fought under the brave Gen. Nash at 
Brandywine and Germantown. 

Mrs. Emma Lyle Frazier Bell. 48^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Richard Phillips Bell. 

Descendant of Maj. William Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Frazier and Susan Massie Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Alexander Lewis and Prudentia Wilson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Lewis and M. Fife, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Lewis and Anne Montgomery, his 
wife. 

William Lewis, who was distinguished in the frontier wars, in 
1775 was lieutenant, and in 1779 had risen to the rank of major. 
He was captured at Charleston and not released until 1781, 
when he returned home ill. That summer Tarleton drove the 
Legislature from Charlottesville and the members retreated to 
Staunton. His wife, calling their three sons, Thomas, Alex- 
ander and William, all under age, commanded them "to take 
their rifles, be off to Rockfish Gap and see to it that the valley 
was not polluted by the foot of a British soldier, or return to 
her no more." 

Also Nos. 2445, 3282. 

Mrs. Sue Lewis Frazier Tams. 48^6 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of William Purviance Tams. 
Descendant of Maj. William Lewis. 



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Daughter of William Frazier and Susan Massie Lewis, his wife. 
See No. 4855. 

Mrs. Sarah Carrington Bransford. 4897 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Thomas Hatcher Bransford. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Holden Parsons. 

Daughter of Samuel Parsons Lathrop and Caroline Currie Pickett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Lathrop and Margaret Parsons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Holden Parsons and Mehetable Ma- 
ther, his wife. 

Samuel Holden Parsons was colonel at the Lexington Alarm 
and in 1780 had risen to the rank of major genral. He was one 
of the three persons to form the bold design of surprising the 
fortresses at Ticonderoga and Crown Point, commanding 
Lakes George and Champlain. He was on the board which 
tried Andre and served throughout the war with distinction. 
He was president of the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 1 179, 2238, 3605. 

Mrs. Cora Lawson McBride Hines. 48^8 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of James Kollock Hines. 

Descendant of Capt. Andrew Barry. 

Daughter of William Glenn McBride and Elizabeth Hannah Eakin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Eakin and Elizabeth Hannah Lawson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lawson and Mary Barry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Barry and Margaret Catherine 
Barry, his wife. 

Andrew Barry was captain of South Carolina Partisan 
Rangers when wounded at Musgrove's Mills, August 18, 1780. 
While the British held Charleston and Savannah he was in 
many contests with the Tories and was foremost in Morgan's 
line of battle at Cowpens. 

Mrs. Eugenia Hamilton Goode Morgan. 48^9 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Joseph Harris Morgan. 



304 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Hamilton and of John Samuel 
Goode, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Hamilton Goode and Ann Eliza Hickey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Watkins Goode and Ann Eliza Hamilton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Samuel Goode and M. Watkins, his wife; 
James Hamilton and Ann Fox Napier, his wife. 

James Hamilton was lieutenant in the Sixth Virginia Regi- 
ment under Col. John Greene during the war. He received a 
land grant in Ohio for his services. 

Also Nos. 1219, 3274. 

John Samuel Goode lost his life in the defense of liberty. His 
family was driven from their home near Richmond to Lower 
Virginia by the persecution of the Tories. 

Mrs. Harriet Habersham May Hammond. 4860 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Claude Hammond. 

Descendant of Capt. Hezekiah Welles and of Maj. Chester 
Welles, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William F. May and Catherine Cohen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester May and Jane Welles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gurdon Welles and Sophia Woodhouse, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Welles and Hannah Welles, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Welles; and of Chester 
Welles. 

Hezekiah Welles was a private at the Lexington Alarm and 
captain of a company which occupied Boston March, 1776. 

Chester Welles was lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm and 
captain of a company that fought at Long Island and White 
Plains and turned out to repel Tryon's invasion in 1779, when 
he was promoted to the rank of major. 

Mrs. Adele Sone Jackson. 4861 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Frank Anthony Jackson. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Kempton, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Pulver Howe and Eugenia Adelaide Burgess, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of John Bailey Burgess and Harriet Newall Kemp- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Warren Kempton and Sarah Bailey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Kempton and Deborah Price, his 
wife. 

Thomas Kempton, in 1775, commanded a company of militia 
in Col. Danielson's regiment. He served until Boston was 
evacuated by the British, and attained the rank of colonel, 
when he resigned on account of ill health. 

Mrs. Charlotte Camp Farr. 4862 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Marvin A. Farr. 

Descendant of Abel Camp and of Gould Camp. 

Daughter of Isaac Newton Camp and Flora Maria Carpenter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Camp and Charlotte Taplin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gould Camp and Elizabeth Knox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Camp and Abigail Gould, his wife. 

Abel Camp served in the Connecticut militia and his three 
sons, Abel, Joel and Gould, were soldiers in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Sarah Martin Taylor. 4863 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Dr. James B. Taylor. 

Descendant of Maj. John Martin, Col. Armistead Long, 
Lieut. Col. Burgess Ball and Lieut. Jonathan Taylor, all of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. George T. Martin and Mary Eleanor Long, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Samuel D. Martin and Elizabeth Taylor, his 
wife; Rudolph Mott and Eleanor Long, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Martin and Elizabeth Lewis, his wife; 
Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball, his wife; Jonathan Tay- 
lor and Ann Berry, his wife. 

See No. 4074. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his wife. 

John Martin volunteered as a minute man and was captain at 
the siege of York, where for bravery he was promoted to the 
rank of major. 

Armistead Long, when sixteen, joined Lee's Troop of Light 
Horse and suffered many privations during his long service. 



306 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Burgess Bail, 1776, was captain of infantry and raised and 
equipped a regiment that he commanded. He also served as 
volunteer aid to Washington and was a member of the original 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 44, 1 157. 

Mrs. Ellen M. Chamberlin Light. 4864 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Israel Huber Light. 

Descendant of William Chamberlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Luman Benjamin Chamberlin and Lucy Ann Carpenter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Chamberlin and Ruby Whitcomb, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Chamberlin and Mary Wilcox, his 
wife. 

William Chamberlin, in 1776, enlisted in Capt. Joel Dicker- 
son's company, Col. Samuel Elmore's regiment, that took the 
field under Gen. Philip Schuyler and did valiant service in repel- 
ling Burgoyne's invasion. He was wounded and left the army 
after one year's service, but survived to receive a pension. 

Mrs. Margaret Rockwell Torbert. 486^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Maj. George Lansing Torbert. 

Descendant of Capt. Adam Martin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Rockwell and Cynthia Kellogg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Rockwell and Abigail Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Walter Martin and Sarah Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam Martin and Abigail Cheney, his wife. 

Adam Martin, 1775, raised and commanded a company in the 
Fourth Regiment of Foot. He suffered the hardships of Val- 
ley Forge and in 1779-80 served in the coast defense of Rhode 
Island. His brothers, Aaron and Moses, were in the army, and 
the military record of Adam may be found on his tombstone 
at Martinsburg, Lewis county, New York. 

Also No. 2698. 

Mrs. Fannie Foote Maddux. 4866 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Lewis Oliver Maddux. 



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Descendant of Sergt. Moses Daulton, Lucius Doolittle, Rev. 
Samuel Todd and Seth Field, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Doolittle Foote and Mary Daulton Arnold, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Grinstead Arnold and Margarite Daulton, 
his wife; Samuel Foote and Sybil Doolittle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Daulton and Mary Fristoe, his wife; 
Oliver Doolittle and Sybil Field, his wife; Obed Foote and Mary 
Todd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lucius Doolittle and of Samuel Todd and 
of Seth Field. 

Moses Daulton served as sergeant in the Third Regiment of 
cavalry, Vermont Line, during the Revolution. 

Lucius Doolittle and Seth Field were members of the Com- 
mittee of Correspondence at Northfield. 

Samuel Todd, a graduate of Yale, was pastor of a church at 
Adams when he joined the army as chaplain. 

Also Nos. 529, 2602. 

Mrs. Harriet F. Lane Bartlett. 4867 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James W. Bartlett. 
Descendant of John Lane, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Lane and Sarah Bancroft Wheeler, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Lane and Elizabeth Fitch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Lane and Sarah Abbott Hildreth, his 
wife. 

John Lane turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John 
Moore's company of militia from Bedford. 

Mrs. Margaret Storer Warner. 4868 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Joseph Bangs Warner. 

Descendant of Hon. Roger Sherman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Robert Boyd Storer and Sarah Sherman Hoar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Hoar and Sarah Sherman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Sherman and Rebecca Prescott, his 
wife. 

Roger Sherman was judge of the Superior Court when 
elected a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1774. He 
was not a gifted speaker, but an active member and on the 



308 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

committee to prepare a draft of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence, to which document he subsequently affixed his signature. 
Also Nos. 602, 891. 

Miss Mary Eliot Lincoln. 4869 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Lincoln and of Rev. Andrew Eliot, of 
Boston, Mass. 

Daughter of Ezekiel Lincoln and Mary Fleet Eliot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Lincoln and Jane Lincoln, his wife; Eph- 
raim Eliot and Mary Fleet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Eliot and Elizabeth Langdon, his wife. 

Ezekiel Lincoln, in 1776, was in Capt. James Lincoln's inde- 
pendent company and also matross in Capt. Edward Craft's 
artillery. In 1777 he served in the militia in Rhode Island and 
was seaman under Capt. Sampson on the brig "Hazard." 

Andrew Eliot for thirty years was pastor in Boston, and dur- 
ing the siege remained to care for the sick. A few days after 
Washington occupied the city he attended the "Old Brick 
Church" to hear a Thanksgiving sermon by Rev. Dr. Eliot; he 
was accompanied by his general officers, the General Assembly 
of Massachusetts and the City Council. He died in 1778 from 
privations endured in the patriot cause. 

Also Nos. 407, 1925, 2440. 

Mrs. Patty Lee Waterman Clark. 4870 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Samuel Clark, M. D. 

Descendant of Stephen Harrison, Corp. Reuben Harrison, 
Jabez Baldwin and Thomas Baldwin, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James H. Waterman and Izetta Harrison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Harrison and Martha Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Harrison and Nancy Baldwin, his wife. 

Reuben Harrison, 1778, was corporal in Capt. Peter Porter's 
company and in 1779 served under Capt. Samuel Sloper. 

Stephen Harrison enlisted in 1775, and his name is found in 
the company of Francis Felton. 

Jabez Baldwin, from 1778-82, was in the militia service. 

Thomas Baldwin, 1775, turned out at the Alarm and in 1778 
served under Capt. Elijah Walker at Dorchester Heights. 

Also No. 1433. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 309 



Miss Anna Louise Johnson. 4871 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Abiel Chamberlin, of Woodstock, Conn. 

Daughter of James Louis Johnson and Sarah Hosmer Chamberlin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Child Chamberlin and Angeline Arwood 
Hosmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Chamberlin and Salome Child, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Chamberlin and Grace Ainsworth, 
his wife. 

Abiel Chamberlin served in Capt. Jonathan Morris' company, 
Eleventh Regiment, Connecticut militia, on duty in New York, 
1776, and his brother Edmund was sergeant in the company. 

Mrs. Sarah Chamberlin Johnson. 4872 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James L. Johnson. 
Descendant of Abiel Chamberlin. 

Daughter of Abel Child Chamberlin and Angeline Atwood Hosmer, 
his wife. 

See No. 4871. 

Mrs. Harriet Elizabeth Hopkins Niles, 4873 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Horace Lathrop Niles. 

Descendant of Rev. Samuel Hopkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Fannie Bodman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Hopkins and Nancy Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hopkins and Sarah Porter Williams, 
his wife. 

Samuel Hopkins was a patriot preacher at Hadley. The vol- 
unteer soldiers came to his church, stood in the main aisle, and 
he told their desire for the prayers of the people. Then they 
bowed and silently passed out, the congregation still kneeling. 
"Bless 'em, Father, bless 'em," were the words they heard as 
they marched away for Quebec. 

Miss Mary F. Collins. 4874 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Noah Chapin, Jr., of Somers, Conn. 
Daughter of William Oliver Collins and Annie Eliza Matthewson, 
his wife. 



3IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Noah Chapin Collins and Elvira Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Collins and Mary Chapin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Chapin, Jr., and Mary Williams, his 
wife. 

Noah Chapin, Jr., was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm, 
and cornet in the Fourth Regiment of Light Horse under Maj. 
Ebenezer Backus. 

Miss Edith Louise Collins. 4875" 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Noah Chapin, Jr. 

Daughter of William Oliver Collins and Annie Eliza Matthewson, 
his wife. 

See No. 4874. 

Miss Alice Mae Thompson. 4876 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Noah Chapin, Jr. 

Daughter of Albert Kibbe Thompson and Martha Chapin Collins, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Noah Chapin Collins and Elvira Billings, his wife. 
See No. 4874. 

Mrs, Margaret Armour Patten. 4877 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Asa Kempton Patten, Jr. 

Descendant of John Bulsen, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Armour and Catharine Wallace, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Armour and Caroline Bulsen, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Bulsen, who served as a private 
in Capt. Henry Ostrom's company, Col. Philip P. Schuyler's 
regiment, Albany county militia. 

Mrs. Ellen Bowen Birnie. 4878 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of George A. Birnie. 

Descendant of Henry Bowen, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Cullen Bowen and Susan Atlantic Haskell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Bowen and Lucy North, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Bowen and Lydia Fowler, his wife. 
Henry Bowen enlisted in the first call for troops in Capt. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 311 



Ephraim Manning's company, Third Regiment, Col. Israei 
Putnam, and took part in the siege of Boston. 
Also No. 



Mrs. Ellen Maria Booth Derby. 4879 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Pardon Hildreth Derby, D. D. S. 

Descendant of Peter Farnam and of Caleb Booth, of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of Rev. Chauncey Booth and Laura Farnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Booth and Anna Bartlett, his wife; Peter 
Farnum and Sylvia Fletcher, his wife. 

Peter Farnam was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm 
and in 1780 took the "Oath of Fidelity." 

Caleb Booth, in 1775, served in the Train Band and took the 
"Oath of Fidelity" in East Windsor. 

Mrs. Emma Webster Turner. 4880 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Frank Harrison Turner. 

Descendant of Moses Webster, of Chester, N. H. 

Daughter of Samuel Cheever Webster and Elizabeth Robinson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Webster and Thankful Cheever, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Webster and Elizabeth Woods, his 
wife. 

Moses Webster, in May, 1775, was a volunteer under Capt. 
Hutchins, Col. Reed's regiment, New Hampshire Line,, and 
joined the command of Sullivan at Cambridge and in the bat- 
tle of Bennigton he was in Capt. Stephen Dearborn's company. 

Miss Mary Eaton. 4881 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Moses Goodman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Oriel Eaton and Emma Goodman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Goodman and Margaret Rand Adams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Goodman and Amy Seymour, his wife. 

Moses Goodman turned out at the Lexington Alarm, and 
later was ensign in Col. Huntington's regiment. He was lieu- 
tenant at White Plains in 1777 when honorably discharged. 

Also No. 3940. 



312 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Lucile Bondurant O'Shaughnessy. 4882 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Louis O'Shaughnessy. 

Descendant of Capt. George Gray, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Joseph D. Bondurant and Myrah Gray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Angereau Gray and Myrah McConnell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Gray and Mildred Thompson, his wife. 

George Gray, in 1776, was ensign in the Third Virginia Reg- 
iment; in 1777 he was lieutenant, Continental Dragoons, and 
also captain of a company which he organized and supported. 
His cousin, James Monroe, afterwards President, was a lieu- 
tenant in his company and a pall-bearer at his funeral. 

Also Nos. 527, 902. 

Miss Anna Knapp Garrard. 4883 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey, and 
Col. James Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Lewis Hector Garrard and Florence Van Vliet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeptha D. Garrard and Sarah Bella Ludlow Gar- 
rard McLean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Ludlow and Charlotte Chambers, his 
wife. 

See No. 4343. 

Mrs. Lydia Perry Hargrave. 4884 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Joseph Hargrave. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Huddy, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Joshua Huddy Perry and Lydia Paddack, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Perry and Martha Huddy, his wife. 
See No. 4502. 

Mrs. Clara Langdon Bailey. 4885* 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John W. Bailey. 

Descendant of Capt. John Langdon, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Solomon Langdon and Martha Perin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Oliver Langdon and Nancy Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Langdon and Eunice Torrey, his wife. 
John Langdon was an officer under his brother, Capt. Paul 
Langdon, at the siege of Boston and his letters to his wife from 



LINEAGE BOOK. 313 



the camp at Roxbury have been published. He has been justly 
called a hero of two wars. 

Miss Mary Torrence Harrison. 4886 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Torrence, Samuel Findlay, Dr. 
Richard Brownson, Dr. John McDowel and Archibald Irwin, 
all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Henry Harrison and Mary Paull Torrence, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge George Paull Torrence and Mary Brownson 
Findlay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Torrence and Mary Paull, his wife; 
Col. John Findlay and Nancy Brownson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Paull and Martha Irwin, his wife; 
Samuel Findlay and Jane Smith, his wife; Richard Brownson and 
Mary McDowel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddanghter of John McDowel and Agnes Craig, his 
wife; and of Archibald Irwin. 

Joseph Torrence was commissioned lieutenant February 2, 
1778, and was with the suffering army at Valley Forge. 

Samuel Findlay, 1778, was commissioned quartermaster of 
the Sixth Battalion, Cumberland Associators. 

Richard Brownson served under Col. Samuel Culbertson. 

John McDowel entered the army in 1776 as lieutenant, and 
in 1777 was captain of the Seventh Regiment. From 1778-83 
he served as surgeon. 

Archibald Irwin was quartermaster of Associators when the 
Continental Army was encamped at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Rowena Smith Halstead. 4887 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Col. Benton Halstead. 

Descendant of Levi Smith. 

Daughter of Marcus Smith and Euphrosjne Sonntag, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Smith and Hannah Holland, his wife. 

Levi Smith, in 1775, was a fifer in Capt. Reuben Dickinson's 
company and in 1777 enlisted under Capt. John Thompson to 
re-enforce the Northern Army. From 1778-80 he served as 
fife major under different commands. 



314 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Edith Garrard. 4888 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey, and 
Col. James Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Lewis Hector Garrard and Florence Van Vliet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Japtha D. Gerrard and Sarah Bella Ludlow, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Ludlow and Charlotte Chambers, his 
wife. 

See No. 4343. 

Mrs. Mary Loomis Morton. 4889 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Morton. 

Descendant of Stephen Knowlton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lewis E. Loomis and Emmeline Camp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Camp and Diadema Knowlton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Knowlton and Diadema Chubb, his 
wife. 

Stephen Knowlton turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
enlisted in the first call for troops in Capt. Thomas Knowlton's 
company, which was stationed at Cambridge during the siege. 

Mrs. Julia Adele Kiefer. 4890 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of William Kiefer. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Pettigrew, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Rosenham and Sarah Ancker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adolph Ancker and Hetty Pettigrew, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Pettigrew and Judith Hart, his wife. 

James Pettigrew, in 1778, was ensign of Patton's additional 
Continental regiment; in 1779 had been promoted to the rank 
of lieutenant and was retired in 1781. 

Mrs. Harriet Bushnell Dimond. 4891 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Dr. Henry C. Dimond. 
Descendant of Jason Bushnell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Asa Smith Bushnell and Ellen Ludlow, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Bushnell and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jason Bushnell and Hannah Kirkland, his wife. 



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Jason Bushnell, in 1780, enlisted when seventeen in Capt. 
Charles Miel's company, Gen. David Waterbury's brigade of 
militia, ordered to defend the coast from Horse Neck to New 
Haven. He served until peace was declared and from 1832-47 
received a pension. 

Mrs. Helen Morgan Stewart. 4892 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of W. H. Stewart. 
Descendant of Jason Bushnell. 

Daughter of William Henry Morgan and Eliza Bushnell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Bushnell and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
See No. 4891. 

Mrs. Eliza Bushnell Morgan. 4893 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Henry Morgan. 
Descendant of Jason Bushnell. 

Daughter of Daniel Bushnell and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
See No. 4891. 

Mrs. Eunice Swift Breneman. 4894 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Herbert L. Breneman. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Huddy, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Briggs Swift and Martha Perry Hubbell, his wife. 
See No. 4502. 

Miss Eunice Swift Thoms. • 489^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Joshua Huddy. 
Daughter of Joseph Clark Thorns and Mary Swift, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Briggs Swift and Martha Perry Hubbell, his wife. 
See No. 4502. 

Mrs. Jennie Langdon Burton. 4896 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of William T. Burton. 

Descendant of Capt. John Langdon, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Solomon Langdon and Martha Perin, his wife. 
See No. 4885. 



316 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Pamelia A. Feeter French. 4897 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Joseph French. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Feeter, of New York. 

Daughter of John Feeter and Nancy Failling, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Feeter and Elizabeth Bellinger, his wife. 

William Feeter, in 1776, enlisted in the militia under Capt. 
Emanuel Degraff and in 1777, when in Abraham Yates' com- 
mand, he was ordered to Fort Stanwix to close the creek by 
felling trees and thus prevent the British from ascending in 
boats. He fought at Oriskany and for the remainder of the 
war did valuable boat service, carrying provisions, ammuni- 
tion and protecting property from the Indians. 

Mrs. Ann E. Feeter Marcy. 4898 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William T. Marcy. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Feeter. 
Daughter of William Feeter and Harriet McKenster, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Feeter and Elizabeth Bellinger, his wife. 
See No. 4897. 

Miss Mary Louise Kelly. 4899 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Reuben Hewit, of Stonington, Conn. 

Daughter of James Henry Kelly and Mary Delano Breck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lorenzo Kelly and Sarah M. Westcott, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Westcot and Phebe Hart Howard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Westcot and Priscilla Hewit, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Hewit and Hannah Hakes, his 
wife. 

Reuben Hewit, in 1776, was sergeant major in the Second 
Rhode Island Regiment and his commission as lieutenant was 
signed September 25, 1777, by Jonathan Trumbull. 

Miss Mabel Ward Waters. 4900 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand, of Guilford, Conn. 
Daughter of William Augustus Waters and Harriet Ward, his wife. 



lineage: book. 317 



Granddaughter of Levi Alfred Ward and Harriet Kemp, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Levi Ward and Mehitable Hand, his wife. 
See No. 4460. 

Miss Ethel Chamberlayne Waters. 4901 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand. 

Daughter of William Augustus Waters and Harriet Ward, his wife. 
See Nos. 4460, 4900. 

Miss Henrietta Ward Allen. 4902 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand, of Connecticut, Lieut. 
Noah Allen and John Percival, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederic Percival Allen and Caroline Clarke, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Freeman Clarke and Henrietta Jacqueline Ward, 
his wife; Samuel Percival Allen and Harriet Cornelia Stanley, his wife. 

See No. 4460. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Marsena Allen and Hannah Gates Percival, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Percival and Ruth Crocker, his wife; 
Apollos Allen and Deborah W. Parda, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Allen and Ruth Martindale, his 
wife. 

John Percival fought at Bunker Hill and volunteered in Ar- 
nold's Expedition to Quebec, where he suffered untold hard- 
ships. In 1777 he was with the militia that destroyed bridges 
and felled trees to impede Burgoyne's army that was coming 
from Canada across the lakes, and remained in service until 
after the surrender at Saratoga. 

Noah Allen was lieutenant of minute men and led a company 
to Cambridge at the Lexington Alarm. 

Miss Julia Little. 4903 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Campbell, of New York. 

Daughter of William Seelye Little and Caroline Crafts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Crafts and Mary Ann Campbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James S. Campbell and Sarah Elderkin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Campbell and Jane Cannon, his 
wife. 

See No. 4218. 



318 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Logan Ward Duffy. 4904 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles P. Duffy. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Logan, of New York. 

Daughter of Peter Ward and Mary Hannah Logan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel R. Logan and Sally Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Logan and Mary Logan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Logan and Abigail Clark, his wife. 

Samuel Logan, in 1775, was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Orange county and captain of minute men. He was 
major under Gen. George Clinton when captured at Fort Mont- 
gomery and held in captivity three years. He returned to his 
regiment and served to the close of the war and was an original 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Laetitia Viele Warren Hasbrouck. 4905- 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Maj. Henry Cornelius Hasbrouck, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Col. Jabez Thompson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Stevens Warren and Agnes Latta Thompson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sheldon Thompson and Catherine Barton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Thompson and Hannah Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Thompson and Sarah Gunn, his wife. 

See No. 4383. 

Mrs. Anna Lawson Logan Kimball. 4906 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Maj. Samuel Logan, of New York. 
Daughter of James Jared Logan and Mary Ellen Mecklem, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel R. Logan and Sally Andrews, his wife. 
See No. 4904. 

Miss Mary Akerly. 4907 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jonathan Landon, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. Samuel Mitchell Akerly and Louise Dubois, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Akerly, M. D., and Mary Ketchum, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Ketchum and Arabella Landon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Landon and Isabella Graham, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Landon was a delegate from Dutchess county to 
the Provincial Congress from 1775-77. He was an Associator, 
State Senator, member of the Council of Safety and lieutenant 
colonel of militia under his brother-in-law, Morris Graham. 

Miss Lucy Dubois Akerly. 4908 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jonathan Landon. 
Daughter of Rev. Samuel Mitchell Akerly and Louise Dubois, his 
wife. 
See No. 4907. 

Mrs. Ellenor Bates Perrin. 4909 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of J. O. Perrin. 

Descendant of Daniel Bates, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Hervey Bates and Charlotte T. Cathcart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hervey Bates and Sidney Sedgwick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Bates and Mary Kitchel, his wife. 

Daniel Bates served under Capt. Benjamin Minard, Eastern 
Battalion, Morris county militia, and in 1782 was in Capt. Jonas 
Ward's company. He received a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Katharine Rand Winters. 4910 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of James M. Winters. 

Descendant of Ens. Ezekiel Rand. 

Daughter of Frederick Rand and Emily Harvey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Rand and Mary Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Rand and Anna Demary, his wife. 

Ezekiel Rand was a drummer at Lexington and an ensign in 
the battle of Bunker Hill; in 1778 served under Col. Enoch 
Hale. He had three brothers in the army, Capt. Daniel, Capt. 
Solomon and Artemus, who died in service. 

Mrs. Mary Isabella Marble Bybee. 49 n 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Addison Bybee. 



320 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of William Russell, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William Jackson Marble and Amanda Russell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Russell and Mary McNab, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Russell and Jane Sewell, his wife. 
William Russell was a soldier in the Somerset county militia 
and also served under Capt. Jacob Martin, Fourth Battalion. 

Mrs. Effie Elizabeth Parmelee Wells. 4912 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Edward Wells. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Parmelee, of Connecticut; Daniel 
Wilder, of Massachusetts, Ens. Thomas Jones and Joel Royce, 
of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Lucius Parmelee and Fidelia A. Wilder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Parmelee and Fanny Royce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Parmelee and Mary Stevens, his wife; 
Joel Royce and Hannah Jones, his wife; and of Daniel Wilder. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Jones and Hannah Gardner, his 
wife. 

Daniel Parmelee, 1779, was an ensign in Capt. Bezeliel Bris- 
tol's company of militia when Tryon invaded the State. 

Daniel Wilder enlisted for short terms in 1777-80. 

Thomas Jones entered the service in 1776 and in 1780 was 
ensign in Spencer's company. 

Joel Royce, 1777, enlisted in Capt. William Scott's company, 
Stark's regiment, and served three years. 

Miss Anna Parmelee Wells. 491$ 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Adj. Daniel White, Simeon Carpenter, Elisha 
Partridge, Joseph Wells, Ens. Daniel Parmelee, Thomas Wal- 
lace and James Nesmith, Jr. 

Daughter of Edward Wells and Martha Frances Parmelee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William W. Wells and Eliza Carpenter, his wife; 
William Parmelee and Fanny Royce, his wife. 

See Nos. 4134 and 4912. 

Also descendant of Thomas Wallace and of James Nesmith, 
Jr., soldiers in the New Hampshire Line. 

Miss Adele Langdon Linton. 4914 

Born in Minnesota. 
Descendant of Hon. John Hart, of New Jersey. 



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Daughter of Alonzo Herbert Linton and Gertrude Darragh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Darragh and Marian Eliza Reno, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Darragh and Deborah Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hart and Martha Mattison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah Scudder, his 
wife. 

John Hart, from 1776-78, was elected by a unanimous vote 
Speaker of the Legislature. He was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety, delegate to the Continental Congress and a signer 
of the Declaration of Independence. He also served in the 
army during the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 193, 987, 2383, 3233. 

Miss Marian Darragh Linton. 491^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Hon. John Hart. 

Daughter of Alonzo Herbert Linton and Gertrude Darragh, his wife. 
See No. 4914. 

Mrs. Alice Hamilton Rich. 4916 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Watson Wellman Rich. 

Descendant of Corp. Timothy Brockway. 

Daughter of Enoch Clinton Hamilton and Emma Jemima Pratt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Pratt and Percilla Brockway, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Brockway and Hannah Green, his 
wife. 

Timothy Brockway, in 1776, served in Maj. Elisha Sheldon's 
regiment of Light Horse and in 1780 was corporal under Capt. 
Solomon Strong, Fifth Regiment, Connecticut Line. 

Mrs. Mary Stone Bush Porter. 4917 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Samuel Porter. 

Descendant of Gen. John Fellows, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Fellows Bush and Mary Stone, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Horace Bush and Charlotte Fellows, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Fellows and Mary Ashley, his wife. 
John Fellows, who had served in the French and Indian wars, 
commanded a regiment of minute men at Boston in 1776. He 



322 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

rose to the rank of brigadier general and took part in the bat- 
tles of Long Island, White Plains and Bemus Heights. 
Also No. 3538. 

Mrs. Florence Budd Solger. 4918 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Widow of Julius Solger. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Budd, of Burlington, N. J. 

Daughter of Frederick Koones and Josephine B. Sheppard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Sheppard and Hannah Fox Budd, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Budd and Mary Fox, his wife. 

Joseph Budd was a member of the Committee of Observation 
and Safety of Burlington county, and contributed money to- 
ward feeding and clothing the troops. In 1777 he was major 
of the Second Regiment and served in the militia until 1781. 

Also No. 2447. 

Mrs. Louise Hillard Patterson. 4919 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of A. S. Patterson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Hillard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver Burr Hillard and Hannah Elizabeth Dennis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Hillard and Ann Eliza Crawford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hillard and Sarah Burr, his wife. 

Joseph Hillard was sergeant in Capt. Samuel Gale's company 
at the Lexington Alarm, and during 1775 rose to the rank of 
lieutenant in Capt. Jonathan Palmer's company, Col. Webb's 
regiment. In 1776 he served in the Northern Department. 

Miss Harriet E. Mann. 4920 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Bacon, Jr., Capt. John Bacon, and 
Richard Bacon, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Bacon Mann and Lucy Train, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. James Mann and Anna Bacon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bacon and Submit Bacon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bacon, Jr., and Zerwiah Drury, his 
wife; Richard Bacon and Anna Hawes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bacon and Abigail Sawin, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 323 



John Bacon was lieutenant in Capt. Caleb Kingsbury's com- 
pany, Col. Aaron Dawes' regiment from Needham, at Lexing- 
ton, and was killed in the afternoon of the same day. 

John Bacon, Jr., was sergeant of minute men at Lexington 
and lieutenant under Col. John Patterson at Cambridge. In 
1780 he commanded a company in the Rhode Island Campaign. 

Richard Bacon was a private in Col. Samuel Bullard's regi- 
ment from Natick at Lexington and Bunker Hill. 

Mrs. Curtis Steever Carpenter. 4921 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Lewis Carpenter. 

Descendant of Daniel Steever, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Edgar Fell Steever and Margaret Weaver, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Steever and Mary Kuen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Steever and Ann Fell, his wife. 

Daniel Steever, in 1776, enlisted in Capt. John Murry's com- 
pany, Col. Samuel Miles' rifle regiment, and was in the battles 
of Long Island, Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine and German- 
town. His service expired at Valley Forge, January 1, 1778. 

Miss Grace May Thomas. 4922 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Maj. Moses McFarland, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Bradley Thomas and Mary Jane Cole, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Weston Thomas and Maria McFarland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses McFarland, Jr., and Sallie Bradley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses McFarland and Eunice Clark, his 
wife. 

Moses McFarland was captain in Col. John Nixon's regiment 

at the battle of Bunker Hill, where he was wounded, and his 

son Moses was born on the day of the battle. On January i, 

1776, he was made captain in the Fourth Continental Infantry, 

and in 1779 was transferred to the invalid regiment, where he 

served until peace was declared. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford Sloan. 4923 

Born in Maryland. 
Wife of John Sloan. 



324 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of John Chenoweth and of Col. William Craw- 
ford. 

Daughter of Rev. George Davenport Chenoweth and Frances Ann 
Crawford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chenoweth, Jr., and Mary Davenport, his 
wife; William Bradford Crawford and Elizabeth Cook, his wife, r 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Chenoweth and Hannah Cromwell, his 
wife; John Crawford and Frances Bradford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Crawford and Vance, his 

wife. 

John Chenoweth enlisted for three years under Capt. Richard 
Davis in the Fourth Maryland Regiment, which was distin- 
guished for bravery at White Plains. He was captured No- 
vember 16, 1776, and when exchanged fought in many battles. 

William Crawford, in 1776, was an officer in the Virginia 
Line at Long Island, Trenton and Princeton. In 1778 Gen. 
Washington, having known him since Braddock's defeat, as- 
signed him service on the border. In 1782 he was given com- 
mand of Virginia troops against the Wyandots and Senecas, on 
the Muskingham. This was called the "Crawford Campaign." 
After two days' fighting he was captured and the infuriated In- 
dians tortured him many hours, then burned him at the stake. 

Also No. 1723. 

Mrs. Maria Elizabeth Thomas McCormick. 4924 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Frank R. McCormick. 
Descendant of Maj. Moses McFarland. 

Daughter of William Bradley Thomas and Mary Jane Cole, his wife. 
See No. 4922. 

Miss Anna Tilghman Rasin. 4925- 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Gov. William Paca, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Joseph Rasin and Sarah Phillips Wilmer Paca, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bennett Paca and James Martha Phillips, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Philemon Paca and Juliana Tilghman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Paca and Henrietta Chew, his wife. 

William Paca was a member of the Committee of Corre- 
spondence and one of the Commissioners to supervise the erec- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 325 



tion of a State House at Annapolis, which was an elegant edifice 
and is now an historical monument. He was a delegate to the 
Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. In 1778 he was judge of the Superior Court, where 
he served until elected Governor in 1782. 

Mrs. Fanny E. Montague Stockbridge. 4926 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Stockbridge. 

Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Montague, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Caleb Montague and Martha Warner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Montague and Abigail Hubbard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Montague and Eunice Root, his wife. 

Caleb Montague was sergeant in Capt. Noadiah Leonard's 
company that marched from Sunderland at the Lexington 
Alarm. In 1776 he was captain of the Second Company, Sixth 
Hampshire Regiment, and died in 1782 from disease con- 
tracted by exposure during service. 

Mrs. Helen Smith Stockbridge. 4927 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Descendant of Corp. David Stockbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Chester Smith and Mary Ann Warner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sereno Smith and Betsey Stockbridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Stockbridge and Patience Bartlett, his 
wife. 

David Stockbridge, in 1777, served as corporal in Capt. John 
Thompson's company, Col. Leonard's regiment of militia, 
which was ordered to reinforce the Northern Army. 

Miss Mary Boggan. 4928 

Born in North Carolina. 

Descendant of Capt. Patrick Boggan and Col. George David- 
son, of Anson county, N. C. 

Daughter of George Davidson Boggan and Adeline Anne Alsobrook, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Boggan, Jr., and Martha Davidson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Boggan and Betsey Dobbs, his wife; 
George W. Davidson and Barzilla Atkins, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Davidson. 



326 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Patrick Boggan took part in the battle of Alamance and had 
many encounters with the notorious David Fanning, and in 
one at Drowning Creek was wounded, when, with one hundred 
men, he fought five hundred Tories. 

George Davidson was captain of the First Company from the 
Saulsbury District when that State ordered five hundred men to 
be raised. In 1776 he was a delegate to the Congress at Hali- 
fax; colonel at the battle of Ramsour's Mills, and active in 
collecting supplies for Gates' shattered army. 

Mrs. Marcia A. Hatch Mitchell. 4929 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Lester C. Mitchell. 

Descendant of Maj. Jethro Hatch and of Joel Hatch, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Reville Clark Hatch and Marcia Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Hatch and Ruth Gray, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jethro Hatch and Martha Clark, his wife. 

Jethro Hatch, in 1776, was major in Col. Moseley's Thir- 
teenth Regiment of volunteers. He and his son, Timothy, were 
active in arresting Tories for treason and imprisoning them 
in Litchfield County Jail. 

Joel Hatch, when a lad, enlisted in the militia. 

Mrs. Mattie Hatch Mitchell Hunt. 4930 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William H. Hunt. 

Descendant of Maj. Jethro Hatch and of Joel Hatch. 
Daughter of Lester C. Mitchell and Marcia A. Hatch, his wife. 
See No. 4929. 

Mrs. Kate Harris Thompson. 4931 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Charles Telford Thompson. 
Descendant of Ens. Samuel Harris, of New York. 
Daughter of Thomas Griffin Harris and Marcia McClure, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Harris and Ann Griffin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Harris and Hannah Barbara Hoff- 
nagle, his wife. 
Samuel Harris was commended bv the commissioners of 



LINEAGE BOOK. 327 



Charlotte county to be ensign, and his commission was issued 
by the Provincial Congress, September 29, 1775. 

Mrs. Sidney Brother Thayer. 4932 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Judge Amos M. Thayer. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Mynn Thruston, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Alexander Brother and Sidney Pope January, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas January and Mary Buckner Thruston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Thruston and Eliza Thruston Whiting, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Mynn Thruston and Mary Buck- 
ner, his wife. 

Charles Mynn Thruston was ordained in the Church of Eng- 
land, but left the pulpit and raised a company of volunteers in 
Frederick county. He was in the attack on the Hessians be- 
tween Baskenridge and Amboy, where he lost an arm. He 
became colonel and was known as the ''fighting parson." 

Also Nos. 23, 183 1. 

Mrs. Emma Snowden Sears Barrie. 4933 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Wife of George Barrie. 

Descendant of Col. William Richardson, Lieut. Elijah Evans 
and William Ringgold, all of Maryland. 

Daughter of James Whaley Sears, Jr., and Sophia Freeman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Theodore Freeman and Sophia Ann Hyn- 
son, his wife; James Whaley Sears and Rebecca Evans, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hynson and Sophia Ringgold, his 
wife; William Bernard Sears and Elizabeth Whaley, his wife; and of 
Elijah Evans. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hynson and Mary Richardson, 
his wife; James Ringgold and Ann Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Richardson. 

Elijah Evans entered the army as ensign of Stephenson's 
rifle regiment, and held the rank of lieutenant when captured 
at Fort Washington, November 16, 1776. 

William Richardson, in 1776, was colonel of the Fourth 
Maryland Flying Camp, and the same year was transferred 
to the Fifth Battalion. He resigned in 1779. 

Also descendant of William Ringgold, a member of the Con- 
vention which formed the Constitution of the State. 



328 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Katherine Carlyle Moore. 4934 

Born in North Carolina. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. James Moore, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Dr. William H. Moore and Mary Roberts Dudley, his 
wife. 

Granddaugher of Dr. George J. Moore and Mary E. Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Duncan Moore and Quince, 

his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Moore and Mary Ivey, his wife. 

James Moore, in 1775, was colonel of the First North Caro- 
lina Regiment, and in 1776 had attained the rank of brigadier 
general, Continental Army. He died April 9, 1777. 

Also No. 1545. 

Mrs. Lucie Lloyd Moore Sariol. 493 ^ 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of Thomas D. Sariol. 
Decendant of Brig. Gen. James Moore. 

Daughter of Dr. William H. Moore and Mary Roberts Dudley, his 
wife. 

See No. 4934. 

Mrs. Josephine Koones Thompson. 4936 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Henry C. Thompson. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Budd, of Burlington, N. J. 
Daughter of Frederick Koones and Josephine B. Sheppard, his wife. 
See No. 4918. 

Mrs. Helen Heeley Starr. 4937 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Stockman Starr. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Adams, of Groton, Conn. 
Daughter of James Heeley and Ellen Stoddard Chapman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Chapman and Fanny Adams, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Adams and Lydia Latham, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Adams and Elizabeth Comstock, 
his wife. 
See No. 4615. 

Miss Frances Emeline Strickland. 4938 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of John Lyon, of Connecticut. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 329 



Daughter of Joseph De Shon Strickland and Frances Emeline Lyon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lyon and Mary Chapel, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lyon and Elizabeth Moore, his wife. 

John Lyon, in 1775, served in Capt. Ephraim Manning's 
company, Putnam's Division, at the siege of Boston. In 1778 
he was under Capt. Roswell Grant, Col. Roger Enos' regiment, 
ordered to the Hudson after the battle of Monmouth. 

Mrs. Mary Whiton Shipman. 4939 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Dr. L. K. Shipman. 

Descendant of Ens. Solomon Washburn and of Israel Howe, 
of Stafford, Conn. 

Daughter of David Erskine Whiton and Asenath Francis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Francis and Achsah Howe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Howe and Hannah Washburn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Washburn. 

Israel Howe was a soldier in Col. Samuel Canfield's regi- 
ment of militia at West Point, in 1781. Pie received a pension 
for his services. 

Solomon Washburn turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Grace Turner Arms. 4940 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frank H. Arms, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Sergt. Henry Mason, Ens. Daniel Billings, 
Capt. John Williams, Capt. Peter Comstock, Elnathan Per- 
kins and Luke Perkins, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Peter Comstock Turner and Mary A. Mason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Mason and Frances Eldridge Billings, 
his wife; Guy Turner and Grace Comstock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Mason and Amey Williams, his wife; 
Daniel Billings and Katherine Eldridge, his wife; Peter Comstock 
and Sarah Mirick, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Williams and Theoda Perkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elnathan Perkins and Mary Perkins, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr,-gr.-granddaughter of Luke Perkins and Abigail Perkins, 
his wife. 

Henry Mason was sergeant in Latham's artillery at the battle 
of Groton Heights, where he was wounded. 



330 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daniel Billings, in 1775, entered the militia as sergeant and 
was promoted to ensign of the Tenth Regiment. 

John Williams was a private at the Lexington Alarm, and 
in 1778 captain in the Rhode Island Campaign. He remained 
in the militia and was killed at Groton Heights. 

Luke Perkins and his son, Elnathan, lost their lives in the 
defense of Fort Griswold. 

Peter Comstock, in 1781, was captain under Col. Jonathan 
Latimer, Third Militia Regiment, defending Fort Trumbull. 

Miss Alice Stanton Turner. 4941 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. Henry Mason, Ens. Daniel Billings, 
Capt. John Williams, Capt. Peter Comstock, Elnathan Per- 
kins and Luke Perkins. 

Daughter of Peter Comstock Turner and Mary A. Mason, his wife. 

See No. 4940. 

Miss Harriet Swan Dixon. 4942 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Capt. William Dixon and of George Swan, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nathan Fellows Dixon and Harriet Palmer Swan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Roswell Randall Swan and Harriet Palmer, his 
wife; Nathan Fellows Dixon and Betsy Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Swan and Abigail Randall, his wife; 
William Dixon and Priscilla Denison, his wife. 

George Swan, in 1778, was a volunteer in Col. Oliver Smith's 
Eighth Regiment, on duty in New York. 

William Dixon was commissioned captain, October 17, 1781, 
in the First Company, Twenty-first Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Sarah Minerva Ferris. 4943 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Ferris. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Bishop, Joseph Bishop and 
Thomas Bishop, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Gilbert Bishop and Katherine Bishop, his wife. 
Grandaughter of Charles Bishop and Charlotte Latimer, his wife. 
See No. 4740. 



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Also great-granddaughter of Thomas Bishop, who turned 
out at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. William Coit. 

Mrs. Clara A. Mills Warren. 4944 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Tracy Bronson Warren. 

Descendant of Capt. John Mills, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Franklin Mills and Sarah Rumrill Dudley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Mills, Jr., and Louisa Holden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Mills and Hannah W. Upton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Mills and Keziah Lyon, his wife. 

John Mills was sergeant at the battle of Bunker Hill and 
lieutenant of New Hampshire Rangers at "The Cedars," where 
the regiment, although it surrendered, was inhumanly treated. 
When exchanged the mortality from smallpox was very great. 
He was with the brave Amherst company at Bennington, and 
rose to the rank of captain. 

Mrs. Mary Shelton Stevenson. 4945- 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Henry Stevenson. 

Descendant of Capt. William Thompson, Capt. George Ben- 
jamin and Lieut. Joseph Squire, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Wiliam J. Shelton and Mary Hough, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Tomlinson Shelton and Caroline 
Thompson, his wife; Richard H. Hough and Sarah Squire, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Thompson and Alice Benjamin, his wife; 
Joseph Squire and Sarah Eliot, his wife. 

See No. 4592. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Benjamin and Mary Howes, his 
wife. 

George Benjamin, in 1775, was a fifer under Capt. Samuel 
Whiting, and in 1776 captain of the First Company in the bat- 
talion commanded by Gold Selleck Silliman. 

Joseph Squire marched from Fairfield at the Lexington 
Alarm, and was sergeant in Capt. Dimon's company in the 
Northern Department. In 1776 he was lieutenant of Marines 
on the "Defense," which captured many valuable prizes. 



332 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Jessie M. Robbins Chappell. 4946 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Robbins, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Richard C. Robbins and Sarah Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard D. Robbins and Betsey Cory, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Robbins and Esther Sears, his wife. 
See No. 4435. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers Plant Anketell. 4947 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward A. Anketell. 

Descendant of Ephraim Beach and of John Baldwin, of Bran- 
ford, Conn. 

Daughter of John Plant and Angelina Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Stone Beach and Statira Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Beach and Sarah Stone, his wife; 
John Baldwin and Alethea Hobart, his wife. 

John Baldwin and Ephraim Beach, in 1777, served in Capt. 
Abraham Foot's company, Col. Andrew Ward's regiment. 

Mrs. Sarah Frances Reid Grant. 4948 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William Daniel Grant. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Reid, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Reid and Martha Wingfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Reid and Elizabeth Brewer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Reid and Margaret McCay, his wife. 

Samuel Reid was a delegate to the Mecklenburg Convention 
and a member of the Committee of Safety of Rowan county. 
In 1780 he commanded a company in Rutherford's brigade. 

Mrs. Dora Flournoy Epping. 4949 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Henry Herman Epping. 

Descendant of James Phillips, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Robert Flournoy and Eugenia MofTett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Moffett and Dorinda Phillips, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Phillips and Anna Nicks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Phillips and Cynthia Lanier, his 
wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of James Phillips, who 
served in the army under Campbell, and in 1780-81 was a mem- 
ber of the General Assembly from Currituck county. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 335 



Mrs. Maria R. Craig Dodson. 49^0 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Charles M. Dodson. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Craig, of Allentown, Pa. 
Daughter of William Craig and Rebecca Romig, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Craig and Dorothy Brinier, his wife. 
See No. 4063. 

Mrs. Emma M. Troxell Smith. 49^1 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frank K. Smith. 

Descendant of John Jacob Mickley and of David Deshler, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Aaron Troxell and Angeline Jarrett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Troxell and Elizabeth Mickley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christian Mickley and Elizabeth Deshler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Jacob Mickley and Suzanne Miller, 
his wife; and of David Deshler. 

John Jacob Mickley, in 1776, was in Capt. Benjamin Weiser's 
company, of Philadelphia, and a member of the General Com- 
mittee of Northampton county. In 1777 he brought the Lib- 
erty Bell and Chimes from Christ Church, Philadelphia, to 
Allentown, concealed in his wagons. They were hidden be- 
neath the floor of Zion Reformed Church, where they re- 
mained until 1778, when they were returned. 

Also Nos. 1029, 2084. 

David Deshler was Commissary of Supplies of Northampton 
county, and in 1780 advanced money for the treasury. 

Also No. 917. 

Mrs. Ella Davis Hassler. 49^2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Dr. James P. Hassler. 

Descendant of William Davis and of James Davis, of Bucks 
county, Pa. 
Daughter of Wiliam Davis, Jr., and Mary Johnston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Davis and Mary Cotton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Davis and Rachel Stewart, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Davis and Mary Means, his wife. 
William Davis gave the army horses, wagons and the produce 



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of his farm. He and his son, James, fought at the battle of 
Trenton, and his wife prepared lint for the wounded. 
Also No. 984. 

Mrs. Orlean A. Cook. 49^ 

Born in Arkansas. 
Wife of Richard J. Cook. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Nicholas Righter and Minerva Putnam Craig, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Craig and Eliza Putnam, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Israel Putnam and Sarah Waldo, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddanghter of Israel Putnam and Hannah Pope, his wife. 
See No. 4155. 

Mrs. Sultana Sebree Farrell. 49^4 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of John W. Farrell. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Brasher, Capt. John Watts and 
Richard Sebree, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Madison Sebree and Elizabeth McKnight Bra- 
sher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Brasher and Sarah Black, his wife; Reuben 
Sebree and Jane Barnett Watts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Brasher and Lucy Clark, his wife; 
Richard Sebree and Keziah Watts, his wife; and of Barnett Watts. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Watts and Sarah Barnett, his wife. 

See No. 4305. 

Henry Brasher, in 1776, was ensign in Capt. Alner's com- 
pany, Col. Malcolm's New York regiment. He rose to the 
rank of captain and was in the battles of Long Island, White 
Plains and King's Bridge, but ill health obliged him to resign. 

Richard Sebree enlisted from Orange county in 1778, and in 
1780 served in Capt. Benjamin Johnson's company, Col. Bar- 
bour's regiment. His brother, John, was killed at Yorktown. 

Miss Katherine Davis Hinkle. 49^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Rufus Landon, of Connecticut; Dr. Phineas 
Holden and Enoch Glover, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Anthony Howard Hinkle and Kate Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Davis and Katharine Olivia Lan- 
don, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 335 



Gr.-granddaughter of John Landon and Nancy Marsh, his wife; 
Samuel Davis and Martha Glover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Landon and Sarah Hunt, his wife; 
Samuel Glover and Martha Holden, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Holden and Thankful Baker, 
his wife; Enoch Glover and Susannah Bird, his wife. 

Rufus Landon enlisted for one year in Capt. John Bigelow's 
company of Artillery and took part in the Canadian Campaign. 
He re-enlisted in 1777 and was at the burning of Danbury and 
on hospital duty at Peekskill, where he also acted as guard and 
made cartridges in the laboratory. 

Phineas Holden entered the service as surgeon of a regiment 
and in 1777 had charge of the Dorchester hospital. 

Enoch Glover was in Capt. Lemuel Clapp's company, which 
aided in the fortifications of Dorchester Heights and later re- 
sponded to various alarms. 

Also No. 2490. 

Mrs. Ellen Ludlow Bushnell. 4956 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Asa Smith Bushnell. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of John Ludlow and Elmina Getenau, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Cooper Ludlow and Elizabeth Reeder, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Ludlow and Catherine Cooper, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Ludlow and Catherine Cooper, 
his wife. 

See No. 4343- 

Mrs. Katharine Olivia Landon Davis. 49^7 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Henry Davis. 
Descendant of Rufus Landon, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Landon and Nancy Marsh, his wife. 
See No. 4955. 

Miss Cornelia Montross Leonard. 49^8 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Nathaniel Leonard, of Massachu- 
setts. 
Daughter of James Hoffman Leonard and Mary Adams, his wife. 



336 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of William Bradford Leonard and Ruth Garver, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Nathaniel Leonard and Abigail Hood, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Leonard and Mary Williams, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Leonard was lieutenant colonel of Taunton militia 
and led Capt. Robert Crossman's company of minute men to 
Roxbury at the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Cornelia Marcy Green. 49^9 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Powers L. Green. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Feeter, of New York. 
Daughter of William T. Marcy and Ann E. Feeter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Feeter and Harriet McKenster, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Feeter and Elizabeth Bellinger, his 
wife. 
See No. 4897. 

Miss Mary Wardwell Peter. 4960 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Cutler, of Killingly, Conn. 

Daughter of James Freeland Peter and Mary Barnes Lauterman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lauterman and Sophia Cutler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler and Dorothea Judd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler and Mary Bateman, his wife. 

Joseph Cutler enlisted at the beginning of the war and served 
to the end of the contest. 

Miss Janet McKay Cowing. 4961 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Corp. James Cowing, of Massachusetts; Wil- 
liam Richardson and David Skinner, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Philo Cowing and Elizabeth Malay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Cowing and Sarah Randall, his wife; 
Thomas Malay and Mary Richardson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Richardson and Editha Booth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Booth and Editha Skinner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Skinner and Elizabeth Ellsworth, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 337 



William Richardson enlisted in the first call for troops re- 
cuited in Litchfield county, and marched to Ticonderoga and 
Crown Point to defend these out-posts. He was at the siege 
of Boston and served to the close of the war. 

David Skinner was a revolutionary soldier and a pensioner 
from Tolland county. 

James Cowing, in 1778, turned out at the Dartmouth Alarm. 
In 1779 he enlisted in Col. Israel Chapin's regiment and in 1780 
was corporal under Capt. Charles Church for service in Rhode 
Island. He raised the flax and aided by his family and neigh- 
bors spun the linen and made shirts for the soldiers. 

Also Nos. 2127, 3218. 

Mrs. Florence Rice Knox. 4962 

Born in New York. • 

Wife of Edward M. Knox. 

Descendant of Samuel Nichols, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Billings Robinson Rice and Laura Lucinda Brownson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Rice and Lucinda Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Nichols and Hannah de Ressegnie, his 
wife. 

Samuel Nichols was sixteen when the first shot was fired at 
Lexington. He responded to the call for troops and served 
until peace was declared. The bullet that wounded him at 
Monmouth he carried in his body over seventy years, and after 
death, at his request, it was extracted and is now in the pos- 
session of the family. 

Also No. 3323. 

Miss Mary M. Taylor. 496} 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. John Taylor and of Brig. Gen. John Neil- 
son, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. Augustus F. Taylor and Cornelia A. Holcombe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Augustus Fitz Randolph Taylor and Catha- 
rine Schuyler Neilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Taylor and Jannet Fitz Randolph, his 
wife; John Neilson and Catharine Voorhees, his wife. 

John Taylor, in 1775, was captain of Col. John Neilson's bat- 



338 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

talion of minute men and rose to the rank of colonel. He was 
in the battles of Princeton, Somerset Court House, Monmouth 
and Connecticut Farms. When captured at New Brunswick 
his men rescued him, but his property was destroyed. 

John Neilson, in 1775, was colonel of minute men; 1776, 
commanded the Second Regiment, Middlesex militia, and in 
1777 was promoted to brigadier general. In 1780 he was 
deputy quartermaster general, which office he filled until the 
close of the war. 

Also Nos. 623, 918, 2189. 

Miss Laura B. Kirkpatrick. 4964 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. John Bayard. 

Daughter of John Bayard Kirkpatrick and Mary Elizabeth Hortsen 
Phillips, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bayard Kirkpatrick and Margaret Weaver, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chief Justice Andrew Kirkpatrick and Jane 
Bayard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bayard and Margaret Hodge, his 
wife. 

John Bayard, in 1776, was chairman of the Committee of In- 
spection for Philadelphia county and member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety. He was colonel of the Second Battalion, Phila- 
delphia troops, at the battle of Trenton. 

Also No. 1215. 

Mrs. Katharine Deshler Hindle. 4965" 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of F. L. Hindle. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Ford, Col. Azariah Dunham, of 
New Jersey; David Deshler, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Deshler and Ellen Rowena Slater, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Dunham Deshler and Mary Moore Hol- 
combe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Wagner Deshler and Catherine Law- 
son Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Dunham, M. D., and Elizabeth 
Lawson, his wife; Adam Deshler and Deborah Wagner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Azariah Dunham and Mary Ford, his 
wife; and of David Deshler. 

See Nos. 4463, 4951. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 339 

Miss Louise Deshler. 4966 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Col. Azariah Dunham, Col. Jacob Ford and 
David Deshler. 
Daughter of James Deshler and Ellen Rowena Slater, his wife. 
See Nos. 4463, 4965. 

Miss Laura Hasbrouck Le Fevre. 4967 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph Has- 
brouck and Capt. Philip Du Bois Bevier, all of New York. 

Daughter of James Le Fevre and Cornelia Hasbrouck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Hasbrouck and Henrietta Cornelia Bevier, 
his wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of Joseph Hasbrouck and Elizabeth Bevier, his 
wife; Philip Du Bois Bevier and Anne De Witt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Hasbrouck and Catharine Bruyn, 
his wife. 

Abraham Hasbrouck, in 1776, was colonel of the Ulster 
county militia. He was a member of the Provincial Congress 
and in 1781-82 a member of the Assembly. 

Also Nos. 620, 1302, 2172. 

Joseph Hasbrouck, in 1775, was major of militia and in 1778 
lieutenant colonel of the Third Regiment. His farm at New 
Paltz was a depot of supplies for the army at New Windsor. 

Also No. 1436. 

Philip Du Bois Bevier, a lieutenant at the siege of Quebec, 
was promoted to the rank of captain November 21, 1776. 

Mrs. Emily Starkweather Chace. 4968 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Thomas H. Chace. 

Descendant of Ephraim Starkweather and of Samuel Stark- 
weather, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elisha Starkweather and Betsey Fitch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Starkweather. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Starkweather. 

Ephraim Starkweather, in 1776, was a member of Capt. Ed- 
ward Mott's company raised to defend New London. 

Samuel Starkweather, in 1776, enlisted in the Eighth Regi- 
ment, Capt. Boardman's company, for service in New York. 



34-0 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Susan Amelia Luther Flint. 4969 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Alonzo Flint. 

Descendant of Maj. William Lunt, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Luther and Sarah E. Pollock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Holden Pollock and Sarah Lunt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lunt and Bethana Hoxie, his wife. 

William Lunt was at the battle of Bunker Hill and for ser- 
vices rendered received a pension. His grave is thus marked, 
"Maj. William Lunt, an officer in the Revolutionary War." 

Miss Mary Annette Upham. 4970 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Upham, Jr., and of Samuel Up- 
ham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hon. William Upham and Sarah Keyes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Upham, Jr., and Patty Livermore, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Upham, who in 1779- 
80 was a member of the Committee of Safety. 

Samuel Upham, Jr., served in the Massachusetts militia. 

Mrs. Etta Kileski Bradbury. 4971 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Howard Bradbury, A. B. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ezekiel Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Kileski and Susan R. Fletcher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Fletcher and Eliza Woods, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Vryling Fletcher and Relief Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekial Fletcher and Bridget Parker, his 
wife. 

Ezekial Fletcher enlisted in Capt. Asa Laurence's minute 
company that marched from Groton on the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Frances Wentworth Porter. 4972 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Alexander S. Porter. 

Descendant of Hon. James Otis, Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lin- 
coln, Capt. Charles Cushing and Capt. Josiah Stearns, all of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Luther Stearns Cushing and Mary Otis Lincoln, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 341 



Granddaughter of James Otis Lincoln and Elizabeth Otis Stillman, 
his wife; Edmund Cushing and Mary Stearns, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lincoln and Mary Otis, his wife; 
Charles Cushing and Hannah Croade, his wife; Josiah Stearns and 
Mary Cory, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Otis and Ruth Cunningham, his 
wife; Benjamin Lincoln and Mary Cushing, his wife. 

See No. 4753- 

James Otis was one of the most gifted lawyers of the period. 
From the passage of the Stamp Act he contended for the rights 
of the Colonies. In 1771, after an eloquent argument, he was 
assaulted by a civil officer of the Crown, and from the effects 
of severe blows, then inflicted, lost his reason. Hearing of the 
fight at Bunker Hill, he shouldered his musket, hurried to the 
battlefield and did valiant service. He died in 1778. 

Charles Cushing, in 1775, was captain in Col. William 
Heath's regiment of militia. 

Josiah Stearns at the beginning of the war served in the State 
Troops under Col. Ephraim Doolittle. 

Mrs. Clarabel Waterman Smith. 4973 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Oliver Cotton Smith, M. D. 

Descendant of Reuben Harrison, Stephen Harrison, Jabez 
Baldwin and Thomas Baldwin, all of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of James H. Waterman and Izetta Harrison, his wife. 
See No. 4870. 

» 

Miss Frances S. Emerson. 4974 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Emerson, of New Hampshire; 
Caleb Whitney and Maj. Benjamin Frothingham. 

Daughter of Edward Emerson and Hannah Cumings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Daniel Emerson and Esther Frothingham, 
his wife; Thomas Cumings and Mary Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Emerson and Ann Fletcher, his wife; 
Caleb Whitney and Sarah Trask, his wife; and of Benjamin Frothing- 
ham. 

Benjamin Frothingham, in 1775, was captain lieutenant of 
Gridley's Massachusetts Artillery; captain of the Third Con- 
tinental Artillery at Germantown, where he was wounded. He 



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

served to the close of the war and was a member of the Society 
of the Cincinnati, of Massachusetts. 

Daniel Emerson, in 1776, was captain of a company that 
marched to Ticonderoga. In 1778-79 he served under Col. 
Hercules Mooney in Rhode Island, and in 1780 was a repre- 
sentative to the General Court. 

Also Nos. 1398, 2532. 

Caleb Whitney was a soldier in the Massachusetts troops and 
received a pension for one year's actual service. 

Miss Mary P. Barnes. 4971; 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Jeremiah Page and of Capt. Samuel Page, 
of Danvers, Mass. 

Daughter of Charles Barnes and Clara Louisa Page, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Page and Mary Pindar, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Page and Rebecca Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Page and Elizabeth Andrews, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Page took an active part in the Boston Tea Party 

and commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm. 

Samuel Page fought at Lexington and when nineteen was 
commissioned captain. He was at White Plains, with Wash- 
ington crossing the Delaware, at Valley Forge, fought at Mon- 
mouth and was with Gen. Wayne at Stony Point. 

Mrs. Caroline Faulk Burleigh. 4976 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Walter A. Burleigh. 

Descendant of Gen. Daniel Brodhead, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of ex-Gov. Andrew J. Faulk and Charlotte Faulk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Faulk and Margaret Heiner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jasper Heiner and Ann Garton Brodhead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brodhead and Elizabeth Depue, his 
wife. 

Daniel Brodhead was lieutenant colonel commandant of 
Miles' rifle regiment at the battle of Long Island, and in 1778 
was placed in command of the Western Department, with head- 
quarters at Fort Pitt, where he served until 1781. Congress 
passed a vote of thanks for his successful expeditions against 
the Indians. He was a member of the Societv of the Cincinnati. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 343 



Mrs. Baynie Saunders Taylor Reed. 4977 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of William Henry Reed. 

Descendant of Capt. Celey Saunders, Cornelius Calvert and 
Anthony Walke, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Saunders Taylor, U. S. N., and Virginia William- 
son, his wife. 

See No. 4677. 

Mrs. Mary Saunders McIntosh. 4978 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of George Mcintosh. 

Descendant of Capt. Celey Saunders, Cornelius Calvert and 
Anthony Walke. 

Daughter of Com. John Loyall Saunders, U. S. N., and Martha Bland 
Selden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Gen. John Saunders, U. S. A., and Elizabeth 
Proby, his wife. 

See No. 4677. 

Mrs. Mary Louisa Walke Tazewell. 4979 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Littleton Waller Tazewell. 

Descendant of Cornelius Calvert and of Anthony Walke, of 
Virginia. 
Daughter of Richard Walke and Mary Diana Talbot, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Walke and Elizabeth Nash, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Walke and Mary Calvert, his wife. 
See No. 4677. 

Mrs. Caroline Clarke Whitney. 4980 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Joseph Cushing Whitney. 

Descendant of Col. Gassaway Watkins. 

Daughter of William Clarke and Albina Watkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gassaway Watkins and Eleanor Bowie Claggett, 
his wife. 

Gassaway Watkins was ensign at the battles of Long Island, 
W^hite Plains, Germantown and Monmouth. In 1780 he 
joined the Southern Army and was captain at Cowpens, Guil- 
ford, Camden and Eutaw Springs. He was president of the 
Society of the Cincinnati of Maryland. 

Also No. 1131. 



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mabel Stevens. 4981 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Stevens and John Putnam, of 
Massachusetts; Maj. Thomas Sollers. Lieut. Thomas Ow- 
ings and Levin Lawrence, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Francis Putnam Stevens and Alexina Bouldin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Small Stevens and Martha Osgood, his 
wife; Alexander Jehu Bouldin and Arianna Sollers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Stevens and Betsey Putnam, his wife; 
Basil Sollers and Susanna Owings, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Stevens and Elizabeth Wright, his 
wife; Thomas Sollers and Arianna Dorsey, his wife; Thomas Owings 
and Ruth Lawrence, his wife; and of John Putnam. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stevens and Ruth Stevens, his 
wife; Levin Lawrence and Susanna Lawrence, his wife. 

Samuel Stevens was lieutenant of minute men at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and in 1776 commissary in the militia. 

John Putnam commanded a company from Danvers at the 
Lexington Alarm. 

Thomas Sollers, 1776, was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence and major of the Gun Powder battalion. 
From 1780-83 he was naval officer of the Port of Baltimore. 

Thomas Owings, in 1776, was lieutenant in the militia. 

Levin Lawrence, 1776, was lieutenant of a company of Mat- 
rosses to defend Annapolis; 1777 served in the Flying "Camp. 

Mrs. Julia Green Scott. 4982 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Matthew T. Scott. 

Descendant of Col. Joshua Fry, Capt. James Speed and Dr. 
Thomas Walker, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Rev. Lewis Warner Green and Mary Peachy Fry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Walker Fry and Elizabeth Speed 
Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Fry and Peachy Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Speed and Mary Spencer, his wife; 
Thomas Walker and Mildred Thornton, his wife. 

Joshua Fry was but fifteen when he entered the service. 

James Speed was captain of a militia company from Mechlen- 
burgh county and was disabled at the battle of Guilford Court 



LINEAGE BOOK. 345 



House. As one of the early settlers of Kentucky he aided the 
patriots in adjusting the State Government. 

Thomas Walker, as early as 1730, explored Kentucky and 
was in the Braddock Campaign, but when the Revolution be- 
gan was a member of the House of Burgesses from Albemarle 
and one of the Committee of Safety. He treated with the In- 
dians, settled boundary disputes and gave valuable civil service. 

Also Nos. 1438, 2635, 3445. 

Mrs, Letitia Green Scott Bromwell. 4983 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Charles D. Bromwell, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Col. Joshua Fry, Capt. James Speed and Dr. 
Thomas Walker, all of Virginia. 
Daughter of Matthew T. Scott and Julia Green, his wife. 
See No. 4982. 

Miss Margaret Dickson Medill. 4984 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. James Dickson, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas J. Medill and Eliza Dickson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Dickson and Christiana Moorhead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Dickson and Mary Morris, his wife. 

James Dickson enlisted as a private in 1776 and at the close of 
the war held the rank of captain. He fought under Herkimer 
at Oriskany, served in Sullivan's Expedition and after the 
Cherry Valley massacre, where his mother was murdered, was 
engaged mainly in warfare against the Indians and Tories. 

Miss Clara Sikes Hawes. 4985- 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Reuben Sikes and Jonathan Wilson, of Con- 
necticut, and Capt. Benjamin Hawes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elvin Hawes and Charlotte Dwight Sikes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Solomon Sikes and Anna Wilson, his wife; Pe- 
latiah Mann Hawes and Mary Jenkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Sikes and Thankful Buell, his wife; 
Jonathan Wilson and Anna Bowen, his wife; Dan Hawes and Lois 
Mann, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hawes and Abigail Fisher, his 
wife. 



346 DAUGHTERS 0E THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Reuben Sikes, in 1775, was a fifer in the Third Company, 
Huntington regiment, and from 1775-77 a deputy from Somers 
in the General Assembly. 

Jonathan Wilson, 1778, served as private and corporal and at 
the age of eighty-seven received a pension for his services. 

Benjamin Hawes was a captain at the Lexington Alarm. 

Also No. 1573. 

Mrs. Hulda Holmes Bergen Brown. 4986 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Cyrus Elwood Brown. 

Descendant of Col. Asher Holmes, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Garret G. Bergen and Mary Hubbard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Hubbard and Huldah Holmes, his wife. 
See No. 4725. 

Mrs. Larry Belloni Crossman. 4^ ~ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Glentworth B. Crossman. 

Descendant of Capt. Jacob Morris, of New York. 

Daughter of Louis J. Belloni and Mary Morris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Morris and Catharine Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Morris and Mary Van Riper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silvester Morris and Femmitie Bergen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Morris and Marion Salisbury, 
his wife. 

Jacob Morris was captain of artillery and took part in the 
battles of Trenton, Princeton and was wounded at Monmouth. 
At Yorktown he trained the cannon from which Washington 
fired the first shot. 

Mrs. Marion Williams Viets. 498' 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Herbert A. Viets. 

Descendant of Col. Abiel Mitchell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Williams and Eliza A. Weston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Williams and Sarah Mitchell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Mitchell and Mary Leonard, his wife. 

Abiel Williams was captain of a company from Easton at the 
Lexington Alarm, and in 1776 colonel of Bristol county militia, 
which position he retained throughout the war. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 347 



Mrs. Flora Beall Outhwaite Ginty. 4989 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Clay Ginty. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Lewis Morris and of Maj. Jacob 
Morris, of Morrisania, N. Y. 

Daughter of Edward Outhwaite and Catherine Frances Cooper, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Cooper and Mary Ann Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Morris and Mary Cox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Morris and Mary Walton, his wife. 

Lewis Morris, from 1775-77, was a delegate to the Conti- 
nental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. He was appointed brigadier general of Westchester 
county militia to protect the borders most exposed to the 
enemy. 

Jacob Morris was aid to Gen. Charles Lee until that officer 
was captured. He was with Greene in the South, serving with 
the cavalry at the battle of Cowpens. 

Also Nos. 2485, 3022. 

Mrs. Lidie B. Graham Price. 4990 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Hugh H. Price. 

Descendant of Col. Henry Spyker, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Thompson Graham and Mary Elizabeth Blake- 
ley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Graham and Rebecca Jane Thompson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Graham and Maria Spyker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Spyker and Maria Weiser, his wife. 

Henry Spyker, in 1776, was adjutant of a militia regiment, 
commanded by Col. John Patton, and in 1777 was appointed 
colonel of the Sixth Battalion. He served as paymaster of mil- 
itia for eight years and every cent was satisfactorily accounted 
for in his large disbursements. 

Also No. 3241. 

Mrs. Kate Noble Dean. 499 1 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Edward H. Dean. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Arthur St. Clair and of Capt. Sam- 
uel C. Vance. 



348 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William H. L. Noble and Anna McChord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lazarus Noble and Margaret Vance, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel C. Vance and Lawrence, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lawrence and Margaret St. Clair, 

his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Arthur St. Clair and Phoebe Bayard, 
his wife. 

Arthur St. Clair, in 1775, was colonel of Pennsylvania militia; 
and in 1776 was appointed brigadier general, Continental 
Army, and in 1777 major general. That valiant officer served 
with distinction throughout the Revolution. 

Samuel C. Vance was captain of militia during the war. 

Mrs. Margaret Noble Wallace. 4992 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Henry Lane Wallace. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Arthur St. Clair and of Capt. Sam- 
uel C. Vance. 
Daughter of William H. L. Noble and Anna McChord, his wife. 
See No. 4991. 

Mrs. Mabel Cobb Morrison. 499$ 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Frank A. Morrison. 

Descendant of Rev. John Gano. 

Daughter of Edward A. Cobb and Sarah Frances Hay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew P. Hay and Sarah Stites Fanny Bain- 
bridge Gano, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Eaton Gano and Keziah Bainbridge, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Gano and Sarah Stites, his wife. 

John Gano, in 1776, was chaplain of the Nineteenth Conti- 
nental Infantry and from 1778-80 was brigade chaplain to 
Gen. Clinton. He was an original member of the New York 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 550. 

MISS LOTTA ESTA THOMPSON. 4994 

Born in Indiana. 
Descendant of Robert Thompson, of New Jersey. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 349 



Daughter of Lewis R. Thompson and Sarah J. Thompson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Washington Thompson and Margaret 
Evans, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Robert Thompson and Hughes Thompson, his 
wife. 

Robert Thompson was a member of the Second Battalion, 
New Jersey Line, and also a soldier in Capt. Cyrus D. Hart's 
company, Second Regiment, during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Imogene Wooten Coleman. 4995- 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of Benjamin Franklin Coleman. 

Descendant of Ens. Shadrack Wooten, Maj. Levi Dawson 
and Capt. Simon Bright, all of North Carolina. 

Daughter of John Washington Wooten and Mary Dawson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Wooten and Sara Rogers, his wife; Benja- 
min Dawson and Elizabeth Bright, his wife. 

Gr.-granddanghter of Shadrack Wooten and Priscilla Shepard, his 
wife; James Bright and Margarite Harper, his wife; Thomas Dawson 
and Elizabeth Hardee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Bright and Mary Elizabeth Waters, 
his wife; and of Levi Dawson. 

Shadrack Wooten, 1776, was ensign of a company from the 
New Berne District. 

Levi Mason, in 1776, was appointed major of militia. 

Simon Bright represented Dobbs county in the Halifax Con- 
vention, November 12, 1776, and served also as captain. 

Mrs. Valerie Wooten Jones. 4996 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of Dr. Heber Jones. 

Descendant of Ens. Shadrack Wooten, Maj. Levi Dawson 
and Capt. Simon Bright. 
Daughter of John Washington Wooten and Mary Dawson, his wife. 
See No. 4995. 

Mrs. Sara Rogers Wooten Williams. 4997 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of James Matthew Williams. 

Descendant of Ens. Shadrack Wooten, Maj. Levi Dawson 
and Capt. Simon Bright. 
Daughter of John Washington Wooten and Mary Dawson, his wife. 
See No. 4995. 



350 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Lelia Robertson Livermore. 4998 

Born in Louisiana. 

Wife of A. S. Livermore. 

Descendant of Maj. Charles Robertson. 

Daughter of William Robertson and Ann Eliza Marsh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Julius Caesar Nichols Robertson and Margaret 
Raegan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Robertson and Susan Nelson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Robertson, who had 
purchased lands from the Cherokee Indians for the Wautauga 
settlement, fought in numerous battles with the Indians. He 
was major in Col. John Sevier's regiment at King's Mountain, 
where three of his sons were valiant soldiers. 

Also No. 2788. 

Mrs. Emma Righter Morris. 4999 

Born in Arkansas. 
Wife of Benjamin Morris. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam. 

Daughter of Nicholas Righter and Minerva Putnam Craig, his wife. 
See Nos. 4155, 4953. 

Mrs. Sallie Gathright Sperry. ^ooo 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of David Baldwin Sperry. 

Descendant of John Austin, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Owen Gathright and Eliza Austin, his wrfe. 

Granddaughter of James Allen Austin and Elizabeth Deel, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Austin and Elizabeth Lindsey, his wife. 

John Austin took part in the battle of Germantown, was one 
of Morgan's Sharpshooters at Saratoga and fought at Cowpens 
and Yorktown. He served eight years, and when he died, at 
the advanced age of one hundred and nine, that number of vol- 
leys was fired over his grave in Oldham county, Kentucky. 




Mrs. Ellen Hall Crosman. N. No. 262, Vice-President General, New York. 

Miss Julia Ten Eyck McBlair, N. No.21440, Librarian General, Districtof Columbia. 

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Daughters of the American Revolution. 





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Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Acklen, Jeannette Tillotson, 34 

Adee, Adelaide Stanton, 219 

Adee, Ellen Louise, 219 

Adriance, Lucy Sabin, 279 

Ainsworth, Stella A. Davidson, 43 

Akerly, Lucy Dubois, 319 

Akerly, Mary, 318 

Albright, Harriet Langdon, 19 

Alden, Martha Jane Kendrick, . . „ , 131 

Alden, Maude Louise Bidwell, 132 

Allen, Caroline Clarke, 164 

Allen, Henrietta Ward, 317 

Allen, Minnie Stephens, , 44 

Allin, Ellena Ives Bacon, 136 

Ailing, Emily Williams Maltby, 120 

Ailing, Mary, 140 

Allyn, Nellie Levering Turner, 254 

Alricks, Emilie Shevell Eisher, 297 

Alston, Belle Bratton McCaw, 257 

Ambler, Clarissa Coventry, 177 

Ammerman, Bessie Boyd, 172 

Ames, Anna Morse, 18 

Anderson, Jean Robertson, 181 

Andrew, Edith 199 

Andrew, Eliza Jones Hersey, 200 

Andrew, Elizabeth Loring, 200 

Andrews, Eleanor, 113 

Andrews, Louise Baldwin, 247 

Anketell, Elizabeth Rogers Plant, 332 

Archer, Mary Roach, 122 

Arms, Grace Turner, 329 

Arthurs, Harriet Alden, 232 

Augur, Jane Elizabeth Arnold, 49 

Averell. Mary Blossom Buell, 79 

Avery, Myra Hubbard 225 



356 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Babcock, Mary Woodruff, 275 

Bailey, Anna Dicks, 191 

Bailey, Clara Langdon, 312 

Bailey, Emma A. Manley 204 

Bailey, Katharine Gemmel Lynes 65 

Bailey, Lois Anna Chase, 190 

Baker, Agnes Bailey, 278 

Baker, Juliana Stevens, 91 

Baldwin, Louise Appleton, 199 

Baldy, Henrietta C, 25 

Baldy, Sarah Hurley, 25 

Ball, Carrie Woodruff, 41 

Banks, Kittie Evelin Goodsell, 211 

Barber, Caroline Wadsworth, 71 

Barber, Harriet Maria De Wolf, 286 

Barber, Mary Hanson Nicholas, 289 

Barclay, Priscilla Dixon, 277 

Barker, Eliza Grover, 216 

Barksdale, Nannie M., 26S 

Barnes, Adelaide Eossignal, 177 

Barnes, Hannah Elizabeth Dixon, 276 

Barnes, Mary P., 342 

Barnes, Octavia Wilson, 177 

Barnum, Abbey J. Whittemore, 53 

Barrie, Emma Snowden Sears, 327 

Bartlett, Harriet F. Lane, 307 

Barthram, Elizabeth M., 214 

Bartram, Sarah J., 213 

Beach, Achsah A. Kimball, 152 

Beach, Helen M. Hoskins, 1S5 

Beale, Ellen Mendrukall, 09 

Beardsley, Lucy Jane Fayerweather, 207 

Beattie, Charlotte, 213 

Beattie, Catherine, 47 

Beckwith, Celeste Kenyon, 60 

Bell, Emma Lyle Frazier, 302 

Benedict, Eleanor Augusta Maltby, 120 

Benjamin, Anna Stagg Hornblower, 64 

BENNETT, MARY J., 134 

Bergland, Lucy Scott, 267 

Bettle, Helen Bidwell Griscom, 22 

Bidwell, Frostine Violet Brown, 131 

Bigelow, Louise Bennett 270 

Bigelow, Mary Cleveland, 278 

Billings, Julia Anna Hubbell, 208 

Bingham, Mary Louise Johnston 238 

Birnie, Ellen Bowen, 310 



index. 357 

Birnie, Harriet Stow Chapin, 56 

Bishop, Julia Ann, 214 

Bishop, Susan Washburne, 209 

Blanchard, Agnes Eudora Dennis, 2T4 

Bliss, Annie Josephine, 65 

Bloom, Daisy Dewey 86 

Boggan, Mary, 325 

Bolles, Adelle Willis, 20 

Bolton, Fannie Sheldon 74 

Booraem, Margaret Foster, 269 

Bostwick, Alice Merwin, 9 

Bowen, Nettie Lua, 218 

Boyce, Carrie Carter, 26 

Boyce, Elizabeth Ficklen, 117 

Boyd, Catharine Ten Eyck Lansing, 14 

Boyd, Margaret Cuthbert, 15 

Bradbury, Etta Kileski, 340 

Bradford, Mildred Taylor, 246 

Bradley, Emma Jane, 161 

Bradley, Jennie, 274 

Bramblee, Mary E., 136 

Bransford, Sarah Carrington Lathrop, 303 

Breneman, Eunice Swift, 315 

Brewer, Mary Phipps Young, 62 

Brockington, Anne M. Holmes, 69 

Brokaw, Elvira, 122 

Bromwell, Letitia Green Scott, 345 

Brooks, Lydia Chapman, 71 

Brown, Elizabeth Utley, 95 

Brown, Harriet Eighmy ; 227 

Brown, Hulda Holmes Bergen, 346 

Brown, Lena Migeon Hayden, 267 

Brown, Minnie Graves, 36 

Browne, Abbie Gillette Chamberlin, 8 

Bruce, Betty Tunstall Taylor, 241 

Brush, Alice Cone, 34 

Bryant, Ella C. Beach, 152 

Brj^ant, Julia E. Buell, 184 

Bulkley, Amelia Gilbert, 5 

Bulkley, Charlotte Malvina, 114 

Bulkley, Eliza Andrews, 7 

Bulkley, Mary Elizabeth Hadlock, 114 

Bunnell, Catharine Mary Sterling, 211 

Burchard, Harriet Louise, „ 41 

Burleigh, Caroline Faulk, 342 

Burleigh, Isis Yturbide Stockton, 168 

Burritt, Mary L., 215 



358 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Burroughs, Mary Frances Wells, 209 

Burrows, Ellen Bertha, 78 

Burrows, Eliza Jane Smith, 272 

Burton, Helen Louise Birdseye, 138 

Burton, Jennie Langdon, 315 

Bushnell, Ellen Ludlow, > 335 

Butler, Ruth Conyugham, 181 

Butler, Sarah Elizabeth Morris, 295 

Buttrick, Mary Sawyer, 183 

Butts, Adelaide Lewis, 60 

Butts, Matilda, 145 

Bybee, Mary Isabella Marble, 319 

Cabot, Mary Rogers, 127 

Cady, Ella Wood, 80 

Cady, Jeannie Stimson, 87 

Cahoon, Margaret A., 248 

Caldwell, Harriet Benton, 46 

Camp, Elizabeth James, 134 

Campbell, Jean Eno, 171 

Canfield, Mary Frances, 67 

Carpenter, Curtis Steever, 323 

Carr, Mary Irene Chidsey, 152 

Cary, Ellen Preston Rhea, 32 

Cathcart, Harriet Hall, 288 

Catlin, Caroline Smith, 70 

Catlin, Jennie Winslow, 283 

Chace, Emily Starkweather, 339 

Chalkley, Eleanor Desha Breckenridge, 280 

Chapman, Mary Dorcas Chapin, 55 

Chappell, Catherine Gertrude Bishop, 276 

Chappell, Jessie M. Bobbins, 332 

Chase, Abbie McDuiree, 51 

Cheatham, Bracie Bacon, 105 

Cheatham, Katharine Wigf all, 104 

Chenoweth, Catharine Richardson Wood, 86 

Chester, Marion Hills, 163 

Chipman, Marie Seymour, 142 

Church, Ellen Proctor, 195 

Clark, Addie Louise, 196 

Clark, Julia Leach, 233 

Clark, Patty Lee Waterman, 308 

Clarke, Anna Baker, 79 

Clarkson, Harriet Jane, 255 

Clay, Miriam Gratz, 244 

Clement, Lauretta Anne Dunton, 130 

Clendenin, Isabella Rippey Kerr, 259 



index. 359 

Cochrane, Mary Lynde, 118 

Codman, Mary Elizabeth Belknap, 201 

Collamore, Matie Bacon, 138 

Cole, Emilie Judson, 268 

Coleman, Imogene Wooten, 349 

Collins, Edith Louise, 310 

Collins, Mary F., 309 

Comstock, Cornelia Esther Carter, 284 

Comstock, Elizabeth Joy, 66 

Comstock, Lois Starr, 66 

Comstock, Sarah Maria Lockwood, 210 

Conrad, Mary Lynn, 103 

Cook, Orlean A., 334 

Cooke, Augusta Williams, 80 

Cooke, Lilly Kountree, 301 

Cooley, Josephine Gabrilla, 190 

Cooper, Britta M., 23o 

Cooper, Clara Burnham Mills 109 

Cory, Florence Pauline, 291 

Cottrell, Harriet Morgan, 272 

Cowing, Janet McKay, 336 

Coy, Abby Maria Burrows, 183 

Coxe, Gertrude Herkimer, 83 

Craig, Rowena Deane, 262 

Cresswell, Elizabeth Peters, 24 

Cresswell, Laura A. Elsworth, 290 

Cresswell, Sarah Williams, 236 

Croft, Julia Mather, 1 

Crook, Mary Bose Taylor, 31 

Crosby, Helen Baylies, 269 

Crossman, Larry Belloni, 346 

Crull, Mary Dondel, 99 

Crump, Anne Linington Dickins, 48 

dimming, Katharine Hubbell, 242 

Cummings, Anne Appleton Wells, 119 

Cunningham, Floride, 300 

Curran, Gertrude Douglas, 85 

Curtis, Alice Beardsley, 145 

Curtis, Dora Fisher, 194 

Curtis, Louisa Wells, 116 

Curtiss, Hester A. Morgan 282 

Cutler, Anna Katharine, 18 

Dakin. Anna Caroline Felton, 18 

Dallett, Elizabeth Hemphill, 172 

Dancy. Mae Young Wilson, 106 

Darrach, Caroline Sproat, 24 



360 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Davis, Caroline E. Harris, 143 

Davis, Katharine Olivia Landon 335 

Davis, Margaretta Stewart Bowers 112 

Day, Anne Bigelow, 197 

Day, Ida Louise, 57 

Day, Mary Bobertson, 254 

Dayton, Cornelia H. Hughes, 115 

Dean, Kate Noble 347 

Deming, Eliza M., 201 

Denis, Helena Narcisse, 296 

Derby, Alice Gray Southmayd, 205 

Derby, Ellen Maria Booth, 311 

Dering, Katherine M., 122 

Deshler, Louise, 339 

De Veny, Isabella Maria, 276 

Dickinson, Mary Ann, 197 

Dickinson, Mary Elizabeth Moredock, 68 

Dickinson, Theodora J., 156 

Didlake, Anna Farguson, 30 

Dimon, Harriet, •. 114 

Dimond, Harriet Bushnell, 314 

Dixon, Harriet Swan, 330 

Dixon, Sue Elizabeth, 105 

Dockstader, Carrie Belle, 262 

Dod, Mary, 90 

Dodson, Maria R. Craig, 333 

Donelson, Bettie Mizell, 243 

Doolittle, Sarah Mabel Cook, 75 

Douglas, Ellen Camp, 204 

Douglas, Harriet Foster Saunders, 121 

Douglass, Mary Latham, 78 

Doyle, Alice F. Skinner, 281 

Doyle, Elizabeth Wolcott, 282 

Doyle, Grace Alice, 282 

Drake, Julia Chamberlin, 108 

Dravo, Eleanor Hurst, 96 

Duffy, Mary Logan Ward, 318 

Dunbar, Mary Lotiise, 130 

Dunn, Julia Mills, 1S4 

Dunn, Kate Cobb 238 

Durand, Helen Heath, 110 

Durham, Emma Burwell, 136 

Duryee, Lillian, 159 

Duryee, Lizzie, 159 

Duval, Susan Gibbons, 186 

Dwight, Grace Goodrich, 71 

Dwight, Harriet Marion, 175 



INDEX. 36 £ 

Eaton, Mary, o11 

1 Edick, Evileen Tunnicliffe, 294 

Edmonds, Sophie Rutherford Harsh, 33 

Elliott, Julia Le Grand, 192 

Ellsworth, Annie Florence, 109 

Ellsworth, Annie Putnam, 93 

Ellwanger, Leah Cresswell, I 9 

Elmer, Antoinette, 156 

Elton, Charlotte Augusta Steele, 289 

Ely, Agatha Eustioe Bell, 35 

Embree, Edith Franklin, 300 

Emerson, Frances S., 341 

Enders, Eleanor, 292 

English, Henrietta Wodell, 75 

Ennis, Andrine Luella Peirce, 191 

Eno, Grace A., 148 

Eno, Harriette Humphrey Phelps, 149 

Eno, Jane Humphrey, 149 

Eno, Martha S. Goodrich, 148 

Eno, Mary Cordelia, I 50 

Eno, Nellie Elizabeth, 149 

Eno, Nellie S. Goodrich, 148 

Ensign, Mary Jane Phelps, I 50 

Ensign, Susan Alice, 151 

Epping, Dora Flournoy, 332 

Evans, Annie Rittenhouse, 97 

Evans, Bellita T., 166 

Everts, Frances Porter, 128 

Fairchild, Eliza M. Tomlinson, 215 

Farr, Charlotte Camp, 305 

Farrell, Sultana Sebree 334 

Ferguson, Helen Maria Blackman, 214 

Ferris, Bertha Bissell Allen, 232 

Ferris, Sarah Minerva, 330 

Finegan, Lucy Cowan, 125 

Finney, Julia Stanton 219 

Fischer, Mary Frances Wood Powers, 265 

Fish, Delphine Louise Rogers, 154 

Fish, Hortense D. Gallup, 69 

Fisher, Mary Barry, 172 

Flather, Harriet Frances Lum, 248 

Fleece, Tilly Tunis, 33 

Flint, Kate Fairbank, 120 

Flint, Susan Amelia Luther, 340 

Flower, Eva Rowland, 247 

Ford, Mary Ledyard Seymour, 257 



362 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Foster, Julia Besor, 35 

Foster, Mary Van Gieson, 222 

Fowler, Catherine Putnam, 222 

Frankenstein, Fanny Dixon, 276 

French, Pamelia A. Feeter, 316 

Frick, Emma B., 122 

Frink, Clara Warren, ' 87 

Frissell, Seraph, M. D., 54 

Fundenberg, Maude, 234 

Gallup, Alice Eulalie 72 

Gamble, Elizabeth Sterling, 295 

Gammell, Marie H. Ancrum, 265 

Gardiner, Edith Virginia, 228 

Gardner, Carrie Louise, 137 

Gardner, Mary Frances Osborne, 203 

Garmany, Jane Champion, 105 

Garmany, Jane Maria Champion, 105 

Garrard, Anna Knapp, 312 

Garrard, Edith, 314 

Garretson, Josephine Boker, 269 

Gatchell, Mary Tyler, 278 

Gayley, Julia Gardiner, 235 

Gaylord, Jennette L., 9 

Gearhart, M. Atta, 172 

Geer, Ellen, 63 

Gheen, Florence Monfort, 100 

Gilbert, Mary Chat-field 82 

Gillespie, Alice Stewart, 245 

Gilman, Emily S., 61 

Gilman, Emma Carroll, 204 

Gilman, Maria P., 58 

Gilman, Mary Ogden Bulkley, 6 

Ginty, Flora Beall Outhwaite, 347 

Gladwin, Eleanor M. Daniels, 68 

Glover, Helen Wardwell, 144 

Goff, Elizabeth Lee 258 

Goodhue, Graee Beecher, 133 

Goodman, Mary Wright, 245 

Goodrich, Juliette 151 

Good sell, Eliza Jane, 261 

Ooodsell, Mary Caroline, 261 

Gormly, Grace Adele 94 

Gould, Delia Dimon Black 114 

Could, Elizabeth Burr 7 

Gould, Julia Beers 144 

Gould, Mary Catharine 7 



INDEX. 363 

Grant, Mary Jeannette Putnam, 93 

Grant, Sarah Frances Eeid, 332 

Green, Cornelia Marcy, 336 

Green, Isabelle W., 167 

Green, Katharine, 167 

Greene, Sarah Ann Brown, 268 

Gregory, Grace Spencer, 138 

Griffiths, Caroline Henderson, 189 

Griggs, Lottie Hamilton Branch, 202 

Griggs, Buth Beardsley, Ill 

Gummere, Mary Stryker, 165 

Guss, Martha L. Shaf er, 102 

Hall, Abigail Farnam Hagaman, 85 

Hall, Alice Coggswell Crossette, 195 

Hall, Ida J., 283 

Hall, Irene Gilbert Gazzam, 159 

Hall, Lucy A. Latham, 143 

Hall, Mary Hammond, 286 

Hall, Mary L., 287 

Hall, Susan Elizabeth Bigelow, 50 

Halstead, Bowena Smith, 313 

Hamlin, Eleanor Mulford, 22 

Hamlin, Kate Howell, 218 

Hammond, Harriet Habersham May, 304 

Hancock, Charlotte Culbertson, 299 

Hancock, Mary Ivy, 299 

Hanchett, Juliet E., S2 

Hanna, Mary E. Slaymaker, 192 

Hanover, Annie B. Blackman, 213 

Hanover, Bessie Bishop, 214 

Hardenbergh, Julia A. Kandolph 2"3 

Hargrave, Lydia Perry 312 

Harris, Mary Louisa, 226 

Harrison, Mary Torrence, 313 

Harvey, Jane Clark, 253 

Hasbrouck, Esther Jackman 222 

Hasbrouck, Laetitia Viele Warren, 318 

Hasbrouck, Margaretta Van Wyck, 13 

Hasbrouck, Bachel De Puy, 225 

Hassler, Ella Davis, 333 

Hawes, Clara Sikes, 345 

Hawley, Ella Thompson, 211 

Hawley, Hettie Ann Thompson, 211 

Hayden, Florentine Harriet 267 

Hayes. Baehel Hughes 123 

Haynes, Louisa Smith 32 



364 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hayward, Phoebe Deane, 262 

Hazelton, Anna, 183 

Hazen, Emily Hall, 292 

Heermance, Nina Radcliffe, 224 

Hemphill, Clara, 101 

Hemphill, Rebecca, 101 

Henderson, Lillie Ripley, 301 

Hewitt, Katherine, 180 

Hewitt, Lida, 181 

Hickox, Kate Josephine Chatterton, 187 

Hickox, Sarah Newton, . . 215 

Hill, Harriet Augusta 189 

Hillhouse, Mary Keyes, 43 

Hillman, Elizabeth, 95 

Hines, Cora Lawson McBride, 303 

Hindle, Katharine Deshler, 338 

Hinkle, Katherine Davis, 334 

Hinman, Phebe Elizabeth Camp, 144 

Hitchcock, Agnes Louise, 121 

Hitchcock, Agnes Morse, 120 

Hobart, Hannah, 2 

Hodgson, Sara, 280 

Holden, Harriet Wales, 52 

Holley, Mary Beard, 203 

Hooker, Sarah Huntington, 119 

Hoornbeek, Catherine Bevier, 225 

Hopkins, Lillie Gallagher, 221 

Hopkins, Virginia Murray, 222 

Hotchkiss, Fanny J., 137 

Hotchkiss, Marion Chadwick, 50 

How, Catherine Van Rensselaer 279 

Howard, Lucinda Carolyn, 129 

Howe, Emily Cumming, 90 

Howe, Persis Putnam, 245 

Hubbard, Mary Stowe, 133 

Hufcut, Alice M. Glidden, 2S1 

Hulett, Ellen Augusta Aspinwall, 87 

Hiding, Ellen Corinna Paine, 284 

Humphrey, Mary Elvira Kimball, 147 

Humphrey, Mary Helen, 147 

Hunt, Mattie Hatch Mitchell 326 

Hunt, Ruhamah Lndlow, 123 

Hunter, Mary Lacey, 210 

Huntington. Elizabeth Barstow, 61 

Huntington, Mary Lanman, 60 

Huntington, Sarah Anne, 59 

Huntington, Snsa.n Dickinson, 146 



INDEX. 365 

Huntoon, Mary Stephens, 43 

Hurlbut, Sarah Elizabeth 40 

Hutchinson, Mary Mitchell, 108 

Hyde, Isabel Ballard Marks, 293 

Hyde, Mary E. Varley, 14 6 

Iglehart, Helen Brogden, 239 

Irwin, Adele Duncan, 190 

Jackson, Adele Sone, 304 

Jackson, Alice Gilbert, 256 

Jackson, Elizabeth Gilman Peirce, 227 

Jackson, Geraldine Allison Gardner, 134 

Jacobs, Augusta Trull, 200 

James, Ida Louise, 285 

James, Julia DuBois, 28S 

James, Minerva Hepzibah, 288 

Jameson, Eliza Denison, HI 

Jennings, Annie Burr, « , 

Jennings, Kate Amelia Bulkley, 5 

JERALDS, BETSEY BARKER, 283 

Johnson, Anna Louise, 309 

Johnson, Annie Conover, 260 

Johnson, Caroline, 252 

Johnson, Ella Hicks, 28 

Johnson, Emma Florence, 250 

Johnson, Hannah May, I 93 

Johnson, Margaretta Lawrence Faddoch, 58 

Johnson, Sarah Hosmer Chamberlin, 309 

Jones, Ellen Jane Brown, a 132 

Jones, Valerie Wooten, 349 

Judkins, Nellie Anderson, 35 

Kellogg, Clara Mason, 141 

Kellogg, Jane Morris, 155 

Kelly, Mary Louise, 316 

Kenyon, Julia Emma Burrows, 271 

Kernan, Kathleen Peebles, 84 

Kernochan, Eloise Stevenson 17 

Kidd, Anna Estelle Garden, 86 

Kiefer, Julia Adele, 314 

Kiersted, Elizabeth Tappen, 300 

Kimball, Anna Lawson Logan, 318 

Kimball, Sarah Ella, 201 

Kimberly, Sarah Chatfield, 135 

Kimmell, Mary Scott, 23 

King, Betsey Kendall, 107 



366 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

King, Isadora, 108 

Kingsbury, Frances Ellen Henshaw, 118 

Kirkland, Mary Henderson, 179 

Kirkpatrick, Laura B., 338 

Kline, Mary Magill, 98 

Knox, Florence Kice, 337 

Lacey, Henrietta Boardnian, 207 

Lacey, Lottie Alvord, ., 116 

Lambert, Ida Spullock, 174 

Lang-staff, Sara McCall, 179 

Lasher, Leta Ramsdell, 42 

Lattin, Grace Barker, 216 

Law, Lucy Goode, 256 

Lawson, John Frances H., 273 

Lawson, M. Stella, 273 

Lawson, Rosina, 274 

Leavens, Lucy Griffin, 285 

Lee, Marguerite Alexander, 261 

LeFevre, Laura Hasbrouck, 339 

Legare, Anna Goodwyn, 255 

Legare, Eliza Catherine, 175 

Lehman, Elizabeth Brooke Lawson, 254 

Leighton, Alma 206 

Leonard, Cornelia Montross, 335 

Lephart, Grace J. Flint, 120 

Letchford, Sarah W. Palmer, 221 

Levering, Julia Henderson, 36 

Lewis, Frances Maria, 140 

Lewis, Harriet Richards Boyle, 189 

Lewis, Henrietta F., 282 

Lewis, Ida Melissa, 1 

Lewis, Lucy, 198 

Lewis, Phebe Esther Brewster, 63 

Light, Ellen M. Chamberlin, 306 

Lillard, Sallie Williams, 251 

Lilley, Jeanie Daniels, 126 

Lincklaen, Helen Clarissa Seymour, 258 

Lincoln, Anna Baker, 198 

Lincoln, Mary Eliot, 308 

Linton, Adele Langrlon, 320 

Linton, Marian Darragh, 321 

Little, Helen Mar Johnson, 248 

Little, Julia 317 

Livermore, Lelia Robertson 350 

Lockwood, Elizabeth Chapelle Wordin, 212 

Lockwood, Fanny, 137 



INDEX. 367 

Lockwood, Mary Ivers, 221 

Loper, Elizabeth Dixon Palmer, 271 

Lovell, Fannie B., 244 

Lynian, Annie, 195 

Lynes, Emily Augusta, 2 

Lynes, Grace Elizabeth, 65 

Lyon, Annie D. Parker, 217 

Macbeth, Agnes Wallace Pearson, 26 

MacDougald, Emily C. Fitton, 242 

Maddux, Fannie Foote, 306 

Maddux, Maria Loraine Peck, 47 

Magill, Helen Toucey, 9S 

Mag-ill, Mary Tucker, 239 

Mahin, Abbie A. Cadle, 44 

Maltby, Georgia Lord Morehouse, 76 

Maltby, Maude Evelyn Townshend, 76 

Mann, Harriet E., 322 

Mapes, Jane Carter, 226 

Marcy, Ann E. Feeter, 316 

Marfield, Jane Love, 2S0 

Marks, Lucy Ballard, 293 

Marks, Mary Ballard, 292 

Marshall, Elizabeth Pusey, 102 

Marshall, Hannah Andrews 101 

Martin, Abby Eliza Condit Baldwin, 166 

Martin, Anne Brewster Kennard, 233 

Mason, Eva Child, 139 

Mason, Kate Flint 120 

Mason, Margaret Matilda Hogue, 281 

Matheuson, Mary E., 74 

Matthews, Martha McDowell, 45 

May, Alice Elizabeth, 140 

Mayberry, Emma Westfield, 175 

McAlarney, Ada Hoffman, 298 

McCalla, Helen Wayne, 186 

McCarthy, Mary Bache, 81 

McCarty, Lily Pyles, 28 

McCaw, Mary Lamar, 176 

McClelland, Ella Gale, 187 

McClure, Nell Boyd, 172 

McConway, Josephine Alden, 93 

McCord, Margaret Louise Patrick, 299 

MeCormiek. Maria Elizabeth Thomas, 324 

McCroskery, Henrietta Yotmg 16 

McCullough, Ellen May Hotchkiss, 25 

McDaniel, Anne Henderson, 180 

McDavitt, Hattie Easton 252 



368 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



McDougall, Anna Cora Morris, 155 

McDowell, Anna Chandler, 260 

McFadden, Emily Kennedy, 93 

Mcllvain, Elizabeth M., 238 

Mcllvaine, Mary Robinson, 239 

Mcintosh, Mary Saunders, '. 343 

McKenney, Marie Miller, 263 

McKenzie, Cornelia Graham Schautz, 83 

McKenzie, Minnie Belle Hill, 133 

McKillip, Mary Craig, 25 

McKown, Anna Campbell, 163 

McLaughlin, Frances Irene Hulse, 160 

Meade, Mary Nelson, 103 

Medill, Margaret Dickson, 345 

Meech, Anne, 77 

Meech, Susan Billings, 78 

Meech, Susan Spicer, 77 

Meek, Daisy Woodruff, 264 

Mercur, Marie Denis, 237 

Meredith, Sylvia Contee, 102 

Miles, Georgiana Warden, 223 

Miller, Harriet Sperry 206 

Miller, Sallie Robinson, 239 

Mills, Sarah McDonald, 161 

Milner, Abbie A. Seaver, 206 

Minor, Anne Belle Rogers, 64 

Mitchell, Marcia A. Hatch, 326 

Molthrop, Fannie Adams, 218 

Moore, Anna Patton Wilson, 176 

Moore, Charlotte Annie, 48 

Moore, Julia Adelaide, 177 

Moore, Julia Carter, 27 

Moore, Kate E., 263 

Moore, Katherine Carlyle, 328 

Moorehead, Helen Gulielma, 179 

Morgan, Eliza Bushnell, 315 

Morgan, Emma E. Kellogg, 71 

Morgan, Eugenia Hamilton Goode, 303 

Morgan, Sarah A. Thomas, 68 

Morgan, Virginia Haley, 271 

Morris, Alice Amelia, 55 

Morris, Anna Enders, 292 

Morris, Anna Francis Enders, 291 

Morris, Emma Righter, 350 

Morris, Louise 55 

Morris, Louise Jeannette Brown, 132 

Morris, Rebecca Vedder, 292 



INDEX. 369 

Morrison, Mabel Cobb, 348 

Morrow, Catharine Lyon, 106 

Morton, Mary Loomis, 314 

Mosier, Harriet Bogardus, 16 

Munroe, Eliza, 53 

Munroe, Mary, 54 

Munson, Emma Carter, 262 

Muzzy, Florence Emlyn Downs, 135 

Naramore, Carrie Wordin, 213 

Nelson, Harriet Schuyler, 61 

Nettleton, Katharine Arnold, 10 

Newcomb, Florence Ward, 157 

Nichols, Elizabeth Truax Slocum, 184 

Niles, Harriet Elizabeth Hopkins, 309 

Norton, Martha Swan Burnett, 27 

Noyes, Harriet Wilder, 78 

Ogden, Frances Elizabeth Sheldon, 41 

Ogden, Sarah Morris, 23 

Orum, Edith Allen, 125 

O'Shaughnessy, Lucile Bondourant, 312 

Paddock, Mary Huntington, 59 

Page, Sallie Newton, 240 

Palmer, Belle Brent, 29 

Palmer, Lucy Brent, 29 

Parke, Lucy Woodford Didlake, 250 

Parker, Dolly Maria Hildreth, 54 

Parker, Isabel Mellen, 44 

Parker, Mary Elliot Cook, 133 

Parker, Myra Fitch, 284 

Parker, Sarah Eno, 151 

Parkhurst, Abbie Day, 152 

Parsons, Georgiana Hull, 64 

Patten, Margaret Armour, 310 

Patterson, Helen Margaret, 97 

Patterson, Louise Hillard, 322 

Paulson, Kate Conway Macon, 235 

Paxton, Caroline Sophia Denny, 230 

Paxton, Elizabeth Denny, 230 

Pearson, Caroline, 298 

Pease, Mary Matilda Henry, 117 

Peck, Anna Alcott, 67 

Peet, Annie Adams, 17 

Peets, Ella Myers, 73 



370 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Pell, Julia Andrews Black, 115 

Pelton, Frances M., 206 

Perkins, Amelia J. Jerome, 284 

Perrin, Ellenor Bates, 319 

Perry, Emily Pierson Jennings, 288 

Perry, Harriet Hoyt, 8 

Perry, Josephine Adams, 258 

Perry, Virginia Bulkley, 7 

Peter, Mary Wardwell, 336 

Phelps, Ann Eliza, 220 

Phelps, Mary Pearce, 110 

Pierce, Martha Caroline Freeman, 62 

Pinkerton, Elizabeth Downing, 100 

Pinney, Maria Watson, 6? 

Piatt, Harriet Ives, 217 

Pomeroy, Cornelia Roff, 3 

Pomeroy, Greta Burnet Coolidge, 10 

Pomeroy, Julia Burritt, 82 

Pomeroy, Mary Dutton, 83 

Pomeroy, Mary Josephine, 8 

Porter, Frances Wentworth, 340 

Porter, Mary Stone Bush, 321 

Poston, Mary Didlake, 250 

Pratt, Annie Barclay, 45 

Pratt, Martha Riley, 46 

Price, Lidie B. Graham, 347 

Prime, Kate, 229 

Prime, Ruth Havens, 228 

Pursell, Agnes Louisa, 236 

Putnam, Jeannette Louise Putnam, 92 

Pyne, Margaretta Stockton, 89 

Quintard, Mary Emma Benedict, 202 

Radcliffe, Emma Downs, 139 

Rambo, Elizabeth Brooke Arundel, 24 

Ramsay, Kate Graveraet King, 279 

Ramsdell, Leila R., ICO 

Ramsey, Fanny L., 127 

Ramsey, Mary Deavor, 259 

Ramsey, Matilda J., 126 

Randolph, Jane Campbell, SI 

Rankin, Laura M., 15 

Ra nkin, Mary Wolcott 162 

Rappleye, Maude Minerva, 186 

Rasin. Anna Tilffhman, . 324 



INDEX. 



371 



Ratcliffe, Margaret M. Hanger, 46 

Eavenel, Caroline Walker, 26 

Rayner, Mary Hall, 56 

Read, Eovvena Hildreth, 54 

Read, Virginia Minor Gregory, 243 

Reed, Annie Meech Griggs, 142 

Reed, Baynie Saunders Taylor, 343 

ReQua, Alice Haven, 40 

Reynolds, Helen Wilkinson, 223 

Reynolds, Sarah Elizabeth, 36 

Rhea, Bella Cowan, 124 

Rice, Harriet Leeson, 39 

Rice, Sutia Alberta, 234 

Rich, Alice Hamilton, 321 

Rich, Cornelia Perrine, I 9 

Richards, Rosalie Decatur Lanman, 58 

Richardson, Ellen Phelps, 194 

Richardson, Sara Aldrich, 301 

Ricker, Bessie Turner, 15° 

Ripley, Elizabeth Hersey, 1" 

Robbins, Mary Ayres Phelps, 153 

Robbins, Mary Caroline, 57 

Roberts, Huldah DeWolfe, 286 

Roberts, Mary Pratt, 136 

Robinson, Alice Hunt, 294 

Robinson, Jane Howell Porter, 80 

Robinson, Juliet Warner, 59 

Rockwell, Anna Robinson, 115 

Rockwell, Jeruska Talcott Robinson, 115 

Roe, Mary Josephine, 179 

Ronalds, Bertha Constance Perry, 12 

Rose, Sarah Reed Watts, 295 

Ross, Annie Maria Hill, 129 

Rothrock, Martha May, 123 

Rudd, Louisa Congdon, 264 

Rugg, Louise Ellen James, 288 

Rundle, Eliza Whittlesey Bacon, 65 

Russell, Frances Ann, 137 

Ruth, Sarah Keziah McClellan, 296 

Ryan, Martha Aurelia, 127 

Sage, Margaret Alexander, 27 

Sanford, Helen Mary Stujwesant, 224 

Sanford, Lutie Woodruff, 263 

Sanford, Susan Smith, 261 

Sariol, Lucie Lloyd Moore, 328 



372 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Satterlee, Emily Twogood, Ill 

Sayer, Helen Lang, 193 

Schellens, Mary Louisa Avery, 77 

Schenck, Emily Barker, 1G5 

Scott, Julia Green, 344 

Scranton, Helen Sperry, 97 

Scudder, Helen VanDyke, 92 

Scudder, Mary Craig - Cruser, 92 

Sea, Charlotte Augusta Brown 231 

Searing, Annie Eliza Pidgeon, 290 

Seeley, Jane Elizabeth, 210 

Sellers, Caroline Bobison, 96 

Shafer, Mary Evans, 171 

Shaw, Helen Louise, 251 

Sheffield, Maria Noyes, 220 

Shelby, Lucy Goodloe, 30 

Sherman, Cornelia Anna Deyo, 16 

Sherwood, Mary Augusta Hyde, 3 

Shipman, Mary Whiton, 329 

Sicard, Margaret Davis Bitchie, 174 

Silliman, Susan Hawley Sterling, 212 

Simmons, Laura A., 130 

Skeel, Adelaide, 89 

Skeel, Mary Henry, 8S 

Skipwith, Virginia Cary, 1S2 

Sloan, Elizabeth Crawford Chenoweth, 323 

Sloan, Frances Burrows, 296 

Sloan, Frances Burrows, 297 

Smith, Abby Frances Wheeler, 128 

Smith, Alice Weldon, 171 

Smith, Anna James, 53 

Smith, Anne Elizabeth, 227 

Smith, Clarabel Waterman, 341 

Smith, Emma M. Troxell, 333 

Smith, Fannie Thurber, 39 

Smith, Hannah Webster, 50 

Smith, Julia Emeline, 219 

Smith, Julia Hubbell Billings, 20S 

Smith, Julia Welles Griswold, 107 

Smith, Lillian E. Pratt, 42 

Smith, Mana P. Lackey, 250 

Smith, Marie Van Hook, 170 

Smith, Mary Abby Morgan, 154 

Smith, Mary Alice, 173 

Smith, Mary B., S8 

Smith, Nellie Colfax, 37 



index. 373 

Smith, Rosalind Wood, 94 

Smith, Ruth Anna Rankin, 37 

Smith, Sara Wisner Winthrop, 203 

Snow, Ellen Louise Cooley, 19(3 

Solger, Florence Budd, 322 

Somers, Emma Drew, 66 

Southmayd, Maria Cornelia Lamed, 205 

Spalding, Ella Elizabeth Drew, 197 

Spear, Emma L., 169 

Spencer, Mary Louise Smith, 163 

Sperry, Julia Porter, 141 

Sperry, Sallie Gathright, 350 

Spooner, Marion R. Baker, 198 

Springer, Annie Grace, 15S 

Springer, Ines Virginia, 159 

Squire, Eleanor Seymour, 33 

Stanley, Anna Wright, 193 

Stanton, Nancy Lord Palmer, 277 

Stanton, Pauline Williams Dixon, 277 

Staples, Mary Pratt Winslow, 126 

Starr, Helen Heeley, 328 

Stedman, Alice Sherwood Wells, 164 

Steele, Ella Pratt, 38 

Steele, Sarah Merriman, 70 

Stephens, Julia Dunham, 164 

Stevens, Clara Louise Camp, 289 

Stevens, Mabel, 344 

Stevenson, Mary Shelton, 331 

Stewart, Harriet Emmons Ford, 121 

Stewart, Helen Morgan, 315 

Stiles, Sarah Maria Smith, 204 

Stirling, J. Anna, 31 

Stockbridge, Fanny E. Montague, 325 

Stockbridge, Helen Smith, 325 

Stockton, Mary Hunter, 90 

Stockwell, Addie Denison, 153 

Stoddard, Sarah Allen, 277 

Stowe, Elizabeth P., 289 

Stowe, Susan Munroe, 151 

Strickland, Frances Emeline, 328 

Strong, Elizabeth Briard, 166 

Strong, Harriet Yiola, 283 

Strudwick, Nannie Hughes, 266 

Stuart, Ada Whittredge Ellsworth, 38 

Stull, Lavinia Chatham, 21 

Suydam, Anna C. Ward, 20 



374 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Swan, Emma Mann, 227 

Sweet, Charity Manning, 89 

Tams, Sue Lewis Frazier, 302 

Taylor, Florence B., 106 

Taylor, Maria Baldwin, 57 

Taylor, Marie Tuttle, 55 

Taylor, Mary M., 337 

Taylor, Minnie Adams, 15 

Taylor, Sarah Martin, 305 

Tazewell, Mary Louisa Walke, 343 

Teall, Sarah Montgomery Sumner, 11 

Tennej% Margaret E. 157 

Terhune, Mary Whitlock Crane, 165 

Thayer, Sidney Brother, 327 

Thorn, Catherine Grosh, 173 

Thomas, Julia Rosalie, 103 

Thomas, Grace May, 323 

Thompson, Alice Mae, 310 

Thompson, Josephine Koones, 328 

Thompson, Kate Harris, 326 

Thompson, Lotta Esta, 348 

THOMPSON, RHODA AUGUSTA, 140 

Thorns, Eunice Swift, 315 

Thorns, Mary Swift, ITS 

Ticknor, Caroline, 119 

Tipton, Lula Dickinson Alexander, 125 

Tobey, Lily Iola Thrall, 243 

Todd, Gertrude, 129 

Todd, Rebecca Wheeler, 128 

Torbert, Margaret Rockwell, 306 

Torrance, Anna Mary McFarlane, 270 

Torrey, Harriet Louise Burroughs, 73 

Tourtellot, Elizabeth Hubbard, 20 

Townsend, Elizabeth Mendenhall, 100 

Toy, Mary Florilla Seymour, 151 

Trail, Esther Jane Bobbins, 154 

Trull, Jennie Parthenia Cross, 117 

Trumbull, Harriet Roosevelt, 145 

Turner, Alice Stanton, 330 

Turner, Emma Webster, 311 

Turpin, Evelyn Nelson, 27 

Tuthill, Henrietta Corwin, 291 

Tutwiler, Julia Strudwick, 287 

Twining, Almira Catlin, 141 



index. 375 

Underwood, Caroline Trumbull, 110 

Upham, Mary Annette, 340 

Utermehle, Sophia Lee, 240 

Vail, Frances Herbert, 231 

Van Cleef , Harriet Mulf ord, 224 

Vandereook, Elsie Peirce, 185 

Vandiver, Lulah Ayer, 274 

Van Ness, Sarah Bowman, 272 

Van Osten, Cornelia Ewart, 233 

Van Valkenburg, Jane Irvin, 275 

Vaughn, Marion Preston, 22 

Victor, Eva Cary Woodbridge, 251 

Viets, Marion Williams, 346 

Vinal, M. Amelia Hotchkiss, 13S 

Vredenburgh, Elizabeth Hale Gilman, 6 

Wadsworth, Emily Marshall, 294 

Wakeman, Frances, 116 

Wakeman, Grace Melville Hall, 4 

Wakeman, Susan Warner, 5 

Walbridge, Caroline C, 237 

Walker, Adeline E. Willey, 112 

Wallace, Margaret Noble, 348 

Wallace, Mildred Fuller, 259 

Ward, Delia Bidwell, 72 

Ward, Julia Pelton, 161 

Wardwell, Louise Watts, 112 

Warfield, Phenie Wayne, 176 

Warner, Julia McAlmont, 45 

Warner, Marg-aret Storer, 307 

Warren, Clara A. Mills, 331 

Waters, Ethel Chamberlayne, 317 

Waters, Mabel Ward, 316 

Watkins, Elizabeth Cleveland Bomar, 301 

Watson, Lucy Carlile, 84 

Weaver, Jane Elizabeth Wheatley, 31 

Webb, Caroline Bloss, 162 

Webb, Mary Henrietta Clarke, 161 

Weeks, Alice Graves, 52 

Welch, Augusta Prescott, 228 

Welch, Fannie Eno Case, I 50 

Welles, Charlotte Kose, 1"° 

Wells, Anna Parmelee, 320 



376 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Wells, Annie Van Rensselaer, 12 

Wells, Arahanna Richardson, 51 

Wells, Bertha Richardson, 51 

Wells, Effie Elizabeth Parmelee, 320 

Wells, Mary Frances Pomeroy, 113 

West, Sarah Ellen Whittredge, 109 

Weston, Hester Elliott 48 

Weygant, Charlotte Sackett, 13 

Wheaton, Eliza Ford, 49 

Wheeler, Emily Avery, 220 

Wheeler, Jane Townsend, 87 

Whelpley, Kate Gordon, 35 

Whitcomb, Emma Caroline Clark, 197 

White, Ellen Stevens, 10 

White, Olivia Alger Richardson, 194 

White, Sabrina Capron, 247 

Whiteley, Isabel Nixon, 21 

Whitney, Caroline Clarke, 343 

Whittemore, Abbey Clark, 53 

Wiborg, Adeline Sherman, 246 

Wilcox, Agnes Rosamond French, 293 

Wilkinson, Mary S., 162 

Willard, Susan Barker, 198 

Williams, Catherine Worthingham, 42 

Williams, Isabella Gaylord, 256 

Williams, Margaret Ryerson, 88 

Williams, Martha Cook, 96 

Williams, Sara Rogers Wooten, 349 

Wilson, Clara L. Peirce, 229 

Wilson, Jeanie Morse, 18 

Wilson, Margaret Adeline O'Connor, 243 

Winchester, Fannie Ramsay Wilder, 188 

Winpenny, Susan Shoemaker, 168 

Winslow, Mary, 153 

Winters, Katharine Rand, _ 319 

Wodell, Katharine Hall, 223 

Wolcott, Emily Pierrepont, 85 

Wood, Antoinette Eno, 14f D 

Wood, Ellen Smith, 200 

Wood, Jennie Dearborn, 216 

Woodhull, Margaret Ellicott, 47 

AVoodin, Annie Jessup, ^4 

Woodruff, Anna Pauline, 264 

Woodruff, Ma^ Bartram, 214 

Woodward, Anne Jay Delaplaine, 168 



index. 377 

Woodward, Ellen E. Langdon, 279 

Woodward, Harriet Barrow, 168 

Woolsey, Bessie Gammell, 266 

Wyeth, Sarah Campbell, 297 

Yergason, Katherine Bartlett, 178 

Young, Isabel, 56 

Young, Isabel Stowe, 56 

Youngman, Anna Margaret Gearhart 99 



ROLL OF HONOR 



Ancestor's Index. 



ROLL OF HONOR. 




Adams, Amos, 258 

Adams, Ebenezer 15 

Adams, Capt. Joel, 130 

Adams, President John, 17 

Adams, Nathaniel 218,328 

Adams, Susanna Boylston, IT 

Addison, Lieut. Col. John, 278 

Addoms, Lieut. Jonas, 58, 59 

Adgate, Matthew 98 

Alexander, Josiah, 27 

Allen, Lieut. Noah, 317 

Ailing, Capt. Joseph 90, 275 

Allk-n, Gen. William, 156 

Anderson, Lieut. Col. Richard Clough, 35 

Anderson, Maj. Thomas, 91 

Andrews, John, 113, 114, 115 

Andrews, John 6 

Andrews, Temperance Cable, 6 

Andrews, Lieut. William, 67 

Antill, Lieut. Col. Edward 256 

Appleton, Isaac, 119 

Appleton, William, 199 

Arnold, Caleb, 268 

Ashby, Capt. John, 29 

Ashby, Ens. Nathaniel, 29 

Ashe, Gov. Samuel 287 

Aspinwall, Dr. William, 87 

Austin, John, 350 

Avery, Ens. Daniel, 77 



382 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Avery, Ens. Ebenezer, 257 

Avery, Ebenezer, 247 

Avery, Capt. Elijah, 225 

Avery, George, 273 

Avery, Sergt. Isaac, 288 

Avery, Jerusha Morgan, 227 

Avery, Rev. Parke, 63, 78, 154 

Avery, Lieut. Parke, Jr., 63 

Avery, Stephen, 220 

Avery, Waightsill, 227 

Ayer, Thomas 274, 301 

Babcock, Lieut. Col. James, 273 

Bache, Hon. Richard, 81 

Bache, Sarah Franklin, 81 

Bacon, Capt. John, Jr., 322 

Bacon, Lieut. John, 322 

Bacon, Joseph, Jr 137, 138 

Bacon, Rhoda Plum, 137, 138 

Bacon, Richard, 322 

Bailey, Col. John, 191 

Bailey, Capt. Jonathan, 156 

Bailey, Seth, 34 

Baker, Ens. Daniel, 91, 166, 280 

Baker, Joshua, 79 

Baldwin, Dr. Cornelius, 57 

Baldwin, Jabez, 308, 341 

Baldwin, John, 332 

Baldwin, Col. Jonathan, Jr., 1, 82, 141 

Baldwin, Simeon, 247 

Baldwin, Thomas, 308, 341 

Ball, Col. Burgess, 305 

Ball, Dr. Stephen, 20 

Bancker, Capt. Thomas Brower Bancker, 155, 292 

Bancroft, Lieut. Ephraim, 73 

Bancroft, Oliver, 73 

Barber, Corp. Stephen, 3, 36, 113 

Barbour, Col. Thomas, 235 

Barker, John, 216 

Barker, Samuel, 216 

Barker, Zenas, 42 

Barksdale, Maj. Thomas, 182 

Barlow, Sergt. Samuel, 265 

Barnaby, Samuel, 124, 125 

Barrett, Col. John, 179, 180 

Barry, Capt. Andrew, 303 



ROU, OP HONOR. 383 



Bartram, Capt. Ebenezer 213, 214 

Bartram, Capt. Job, 289 

Bassett, Abraham, 139 

Bassett, David, 139, 140 

Bassett, Deborah Bennett, 139 

Bassett, Samuel, Jr., 139, 140 

Bassett, Sarah Botsf ord 139 

Bates, Daniel, 319 

Battle, Lieut. Ithiel, 178 

Bayard, Col. John, 338 

Beach, Ephraim, 332 

Beard, David, 204 

Beard, Johanna Walker, 203 

Beard, Samuel, 204 

Beardsley, Abraham, 140 

Beardsley, David, 145 

Beattie, Robert, 13 

Beatty, Col. William, 47 

Beers, Sergt. John, 67 

Belknap, David, 13 

Belknap, Rev. Dr. Jeremy, 201 

Belknap, Capt. John, 160 

Belknap, Capt. Samuel, 13 

Benedict, Sergt. Nathaniel, foMkk .,. 202 

Benjamin, Capt. George, 331 

Benjamin, Lieut. Samuel, 209 

Bennett, Ens. Nathan, 265 

Benton, David, 46 

Bevier, Capt. Philip DuBois, 339 

Biddle, Hon. Owen, 22 

Bidwell, Jonathan, Jr 72 

Bigelow, Deacon David, 38 

Bigelow, Lieut. Josiah, 50 

Bigelow, Col. Timothy, 270 

Bill, Ephraim, 58, 61 

Billings, Ens. Daniel, 329, 330 

Billings, Capt. Sanlord, 77, 78 

Birdseye, Capt. Joseph, 138 

Birge, John, 96 

Bishop, Joseph, 264, 268, 276, 330 

Bishop, Capt. Nicholas, 264, 268, 276, 330 

Bishop, Thomas, 330 

Bissell, Sergt. Benjamin, 232 

Bissell, Zebulon 232 

Blackwell, Gen. John Eustice, 35 

Blair, Gov. John, 182 



384 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Bland, Col. Theodorick 239 

Bloss, James, 162 

Bloss, Joseph, 162 

Board, David, 74 

Bogardus, Capt. Evert, 16 

Bogart, Lieut. Hendrick, 76 

Boggan, Capt. Patrick, 325 

Bond, Joseph, 189 

Booraem, Nicholas, 269 

Booth, Caleb, 311 

Booth, Capt. Nathan, 140 

Booth, Sergt. Walter, 135, 140, 218 

Botsford, Ens. Clement 66 

Bowen, Henry, 310 

Bowman, Jean Dalzell, 105 

Bowman, Capt. John, 105 

Bowman, Col. Samuel, 272 

Boyce, John, 116 

Boyd, Maj. John, 99, 172 

Brackenridge, Rev. Hugh Henry, 233 

Bracket, Hezekiah, 73 

Bracket, Hezekiah, Jr., 73 

Bradley, Lieut. Daniel, 116 

Bradley, Peter, 66 

Brainard, Simon, 136, 137 

Branch, Corp. Stephen, 202 

Brasher, 1 Capt. Henry, 334 

Bratton, Martha Robertson, 257 

Bratton, Col. William, 257 

Breckenridge, Hon. John, 280 

Briggs, Lieut. Zephaniah, 9 

Brigham, Sergt. Henry, 274 

Brigham, Capt. Jonas, 129 

Bright, Capt. Jacob, 297 

Bright, Capt. Simon, 349 

Brink, John, Jr., 161 

Brockway, Corp. Timothy, 321 

Brodhead, Gen. Daniel, ' 342 

Brooke, Matthew, 24 

Brooke, Maj. William, 24 

Brooks, James, 71 

Brown, Jabez, 76 

Brown, Jonathan, ' 268 

Brown, Col. Richard, 178 

Brown, Lieut. Silas, 131, 132 

Brownson, Lieut. Eli, 274 



ROLL OF HONOR. 385 



Brownson, Dr. Richard, 313 

Bryant, Ebenezer, 131. 132 

Bryant, Lieut. John 278 

Budd, Maj. Joseph, 322, 328 

Buell, Maj. Elias 184 

Bugg, Capt. Sherwood, 258 

Bulkley, Eleazer, 6, 7, 8, 113 

Bull, Lieut. Col. Thomas, 94, 121 

Bullard, Corp. Aaron, 248, 250 

Bullard, Asa, 198 

Bullard, Malachi, 248, 250 

Bullard, Col. Samuel, 248, 250 

Bullard, Col. Samuel, Jr., 248, 250 

Bullock, Capt. Stephen 258 

Bulsen, John, 310 

Burnet, Surg. Gen. William, 10, 35, 90, 275 

Burnham, Oliver, 109 

Burritt, Rev. Blackleach 37 

Burroughs, Capt. Stephen, 73 

Burrows, Capt. Hubbard Daniel, 69, 271 

Burwell, Daniel, 136 

Burwell, Jere, 136 

Burwell, Sarah Smith, 136 

Bushnell, Jason, 315 

Butler, Medad, 177 

Butler, Col. Zebulon, 181 

Butt, Capt. Sherebiah, 60, 145 

Cabell, Col. William, 104 

Calhoun, Capt. George, 28 

Calhoun, Lieut. George, Jr., 28 

Calvert, Cornelius, 241, 343 

Camp, Abel, 305 

Camp, Gould, 305 

Camp, Capt. Nathaniel, 33 

Campbell, Frances, 297 

Campbell, Lieut. Robert, 163 

Campbell, Col. Samuel, 81, 317 

Campbell, Capt. Thomas, 276 

Carpenter, Simeon, 51, 320 

Carr, Dabney, 182 

Carson, John, 297 

Carter, Hannah Benedict, 284 

Carter, Capt. John, 26, 27 

Carter, Capt. John, 262, 284 

Cary. Dr. Ebenezer, 162, 223 



386 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Cary, Wilson Miles, 182 

Case, Sergt. Dudley, 178 

Case, Fithian, 148, 149, 150, 171 

Caulkins, Roswell, 53 

Chamberlin, Abiel, 309 

Chamberlin, Jacob, 8 

Chamberlin, Lieut. Joseph, 108 

Chamberlin, William, 306 

Chambers, Col. James, 123, 312, 314 

Champion, Col. Henry, 252 

Champion, Dr. Reuben, 105 

Champion, Dr. Reuben, Jr., 105 

Champlin, Capt. Joshua, 162, 223 

Chandler, Gen. John, 228 

Chapin, Noah, Jr., | 310 

Chapman, Maj. James, 64 

Chapman, Capt. James, Jr., 64 

Chenoweth, John, 324 

Child, Dr. Daniel, 139 

Christian, Capt. William, 124, 125 

Clark, Ann Rogers, 110 

Clark, Gen. George, 110 

Clark, Gen. Jonathan, 110 

Clark, Lieut, Samuel, 196, 197 

Clarke, Hon. Abraham, 253 

Clayes, John, 248, 250 

Clayes, Sergt. John, Jr 248, 250 

Cleveland, Rev. Aaron, 82 

Cleveland, Lieut. Josiah, 184 

Cloud, Capt. Ezekiel, 27, 174 

Colson, Lieut, Josiah, 228, 229 

Comfort, Benjamin, 25 

Comstock, Capt. Peter, 329, 330 

Condit, Dr. John, 166 

Cone, Joseph, 34 

Connor, Lieut. Edward, 301 

Constable, Dr. John, 12, 85 

Constable, William Kerin, 12, 85 

Contee, Lieut. Benjamin, 102 

Contee, John, 102 

Cook, Col. Thaddeus, 75 

Cooley, Capt, William, 196 

Cory, Lieut. Daniel, 259 

Covenhoven, Peter, 91, 169 

Cowan, Capt. William, 235 

Cowing, Corp. James, 336 



ROLL OF HONOR. 387 

Cox, Jacob, 233 

Cox, Col. John, 91 

Craig, Col. Thomas, 25, 333 

Craighead, Alexander, 32 

Crane, Corp. Curtis, • 235 

Crawford, Alexander, 32 

Crawford, Col. William, 324 

Crittenden, William Sumner, 204 

Culbertson, Maj. John 100 

Culbertson, Kobert, 299 

Culbertson, Col. Samuel, 299 

Culbertson, Capt. Samuel, 99, 100 

Cumming, John Noble, 90 

Cunnabel, Samuel, I 83 

Curtis, Capt. Ephraim, 133 

Curtiss, Capt. Eliphalet, 147, 152 

Curtiss, Eliphalet, Jr., 147, 152 

Cushing, Capt. Charles, 340 

Cutler, Capt. Joseph, 194 

Cutler, Joseph, 336 

Dale, Adam, 181, 254 

Dale, Thomas, 181, 254 

Dalrymple, Lieut. Andrew, 45 

Darragh, Lydia Barrington, 240 

Daulton, Sergt. Moses, 307 

Davenport, Isaac, 272 

Daves, Maj. John, 266 

Davidson, Col. George, 325 

Davis, Sergt. Benjamin, 183 

Davis, Henry, 56 

Davis, James, 333 

Davis, Capt. John, 269 

Davis, William, 333 

Dawson, Maj. Levi, 349 

Dean, John, 8 

Deane, Capt. Walter, 106, 262 

Deavor, Lieut. John, 126. 127, 259, 260 

De Grove, Adolph, 226 

De Haas, Brig. Gen. John Philip, 21 

De Haas, John Philip, Jr., 21 

Deming, Phineas, 201 

Denison, Beebe, 69 

Denison, Ens. Amos, 221, 276. 277 

Denison, Isaac, 69, 143 

Denison, Sergt. Eobert, 153 



388 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Dennis, Isaac, 223 

Denny, Maj. Ebenezer, 230 

Denny, William, 230 

Denton, Thomas, 161 

De Grove;, Adolph, . : 226 

De Puy, Ens. Moses, 225 

Dering, Hon. Thomas, 122 

Deshler, David, 333, 338 

Dewees, Col. William, 94 

De Witt, Capt. Jacob Kutsen, 225 

De Wolfe, Levi 286 

Dickerman, John, 110 

Dickins, Col. Eobert, 48 

Dickinson, Sergt. Ebenezer, 156 

Dickson, Capt. James, 345 

Dickson, Col. Joseph, 263 

Dimock, Sergt. Eliphalet, 62 

Dixon, Capt. William, 330 

Dobbs, Capt. William, 213, 214 

Dondel, Capt. Michael, 99 

Doolittle, Gen. George, 156 

Doolittle, Lucius, 307 

Douglas, Asa, 14, 15 

Downs, David, 135 

Drew, Maj. Seth, 197 

Du Bois, Col. Lewis, 16 

Du Bois, Capt. Matthew, 285, 288 

Du Bois, Ens. Mathusalim, 225 

Du Bose, Lieut. Isaac, 242 

Dunbar, Ebenezer, 130 

Dunham, Col. Azariah, 165, 338 

Dunham, Cornelius, 286 

Dunlop, Col. James, 123, 230 

Dutton, Capt. Amasa, 83, 164 

Earle, Capt. John, 301 

Earl, Capt. Ealph, 228, 229 

Earl, Ealph, Jr., 228, 229 

Eaton, Noah, 93 

Eaton, Silas, 93 

Eaton, Col. William, 266 

Eayres, John, 290 

Eayres, Maj. John, Jr., 290 

Edmondson, Capt. John, 28 

Edwards, Samuel, 159 

Eells, Eev. Nathaniel, 287, 288 



ROLL OF HONOR. 389 

Eggleston, Abigail Goodwin, 73 

Eggleston, Samuel, 73 

Elder, Col. Robert, 299 

Eliot, Rev. Andrew, 308 

Ellicott, Elizabeth Brown, 46 

Ellicott, Capt. Jonathan, 46 

Ellsworth, Chief Justice Oliver 38, 109 

Elmer, Abigail Lawrence, 21 

Elmer, Ebenezer, 21 

Elmer, Maj. Jonathan, 21 

Elmer, Capt. Nathaniel, 156 

Elmer, Capt. Timothy, 21 

Embree, Effingham, 300 

Emerson, Capt. Daniel, 341 

Eno, Mary Gillett, 150 

Eno, Col. Eoger, 150 

Espy, George, 22 

Evans, Lieut. Elijah, 327 

Fairbank, Zacheus, 120 

Farguson, Abraham, 30 

Farnam, Capt. Eliab, 85, 279, 292 

Farnam, Peter, 311 

Faulkner, Col. William, 88 

Fayerweather, Corp. Samuel, 208 

Feeter, Lieut. Col. William, 316, 336 

Fellows, Gen. John, 321 

Fellows, Deacon Samuel, 41 

Field, Lieut. Joseph, 65 

Field, Molly Denton, 65 

Field, Capt. Reuben, 106 

Field, Seth, 307 

Findlay, Samuel, 313 

Finley, Dr. James Edwards Burr, 48 

Fish, Joseph, 193 

Fisher, Lieut. Jonathan, 194, 195 

Fitton, John, 242 

Fitzpatrick, Richard, 106 

Fitzpatrick, Lieut. William, 106 

Fletcher, Lieut. Ezekiel, 340 

Fonda, Dow, 262 

Fonda, Maj. John, 262 

Foote, Ambrose, 4 

Foote, Ruhamah Northam, 4 

Foote, Stephen, 4 

Ford, Col. Jacob, 165, 338 



390 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ford, Lieut. Col. Jacob, 121, 227 

Ford, Col. Jacob, Jr., 49 

Ford, Maj. Mahlon, 49 

Forman, Lieut. Col. Jonathan, 256, 258 

Forster, John, 11 

Fowler, Stephen, 116 

Franklin, Benjamin, 81 

Frazer, Gen. Persif or, 94 

Freeman, Edmund, 62 

Freeman, Frederick, 62 

Frissell, Lieut. William, 54, 55 

Frothingham, Maj. Benjamin, 341 

Frothingham, Samuel, 204 

Fry, Col. Joshua, 344, 345 

Gale, Lieut. Abraham, 187 

Gale, Peter, 117 

Gallup, Col. Benadam, 63, 69, 219 

Gallup, Benjamin Franklin, 42 

Gallup, Capt. Isaac, 63, 219 

Gallup, Capt. Joseph, 72 

Gano, Rev. John, 348 

Garden, Maj. Alexander, 86 

Gardiner, Col. Abraham, 12 

Gardiner, William, 228, 235 

Gardner, Capt. Isaac, 87 

Gault, Samuel, 293 

Gaylord, Lieut. Aaron, 9 

Gaylord, Deacon Benjamin, 9 

Gaylord, Ebenezer, 9, 256 

Gaylord, Phebe Smith, 9 

Gazzam, William, 159 

Gee, Capt. Charles, 127 

Gibbons, Col. William, , . 186 

Gilbert, Benjamin, 216 

Gilbert, Deborah Champion, 252 

Gilbert, Capt. Elisha, 98 

Gilbert, Sergt. Isaac, 5 

Gilbert, Joel, 5 

Gilbert, Capt. John, 256 

Gilbert, Judge Samuel, 252 

Gilbert, Thaddeus, 159 

Gile, Lieut. John, 293 

Gill, John, 94 

Gillespie, James, Jr., 175 

Gillespie, M. Young, 175 



ROLL OF HONOR. 39 1 



Gillette, Benoni, 8 

Gillette, Capt. Zaccheus, 8 

Gilman, Hon. Joseph, 6, 204 

Gilman, Samuel, 61 

Gist, Col. Christopher, 244 

Gist, Col. Nathaniel, 244 

Glenn, Lieut. Col. David, 255 

Glidden, Joseph, 281 

Glover, Enoch, 334 

Goode, John Samuel, 304 

Goodhue, Aaron, 133 

Goodman, Lieut. Moses, 311 

Goodrich, Stephen, 71, 148, 149, 151 

Goodsell, Sergt. Epaphras, 212, 261 

Goodwin, Sergt. Joseph, 147 

Goodwin, Capt. Nathaniel, 289 

Gotschall, Michael, 122 

Gould, Col. Abraham, 7, 144, 288 

Gould, Capt. Benjamin, 259 

Graham, Lieut. Daniel, 83 

Graham, Capt. Walter, 280 

Grant, William, 249, 251 

Gratiot, Charles, 209 

Graves, Capt. Perez, 52 

Gray, Capt. George, 312 

Green, Ashbel, 167 

Green, Jacob, 167 

Greene, Maj. Gen. Nathaniel, 182 

Greer, John, 47 

Grey, John, 43 

Griswold, Joab, 73 

Griswold, Sergt. Alexander, 107 

Griswold, Lieut. George, 72 

Griswold, Sergt. Noah, 72 

Griswold, Shubael, 141 

Griswold, White, 286 

Griswold, Zerviah, 73 

Grosh, Conrad, 173 

Grosh, Peter, 173 

Guilford, Sergt. Simeon, 267 

Hadley, Capt. Thomas, 302 

Hagadorn, Lieut. Jacob, 15 

Hale, Rev. Enoch, 86 

Hale, Capt. Jonathan, 193 

Hall, Aaron, 75, 223 



392 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hall, Corp. Ebenezer 291 

Hall, Capt. Isaac, 291 

Hall, Capt. Stephen, 19 

Hall, Zaehariah, 137 

Ham, Ephraim, 50 

Ham, Ephraim, Jr., 50 

Hamilton, Lieut. James, 304 

Hamlin, Edward, 218 

Hanchett, Capt. Oliver, 82 

Hancock, Abner, 73 

Hancock, Jabez, 73 

Hancock, Rachel Wright, 73 

Hand, Capt. Daniel, 164, 317 

Hardman, Maj. Henry, 248 

Hardman, Margaret, 248 

Harris, Capt. John, 298 

Harris, Capt. John, 297 

Harris, Reuben, 143 

Harris, Ens. Samuel, 326 

Harrison, Corp. Reuben, 308, 341 

Harrison, Stephen, 303, 341 

Hart, Hon. John, 321 

Hartwell, Lieut. Isaac, 129 

Harwood, Maj. Peter, 283 

Hasbrouck, Col. Abraham, 339 

Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph, 339 

Haskin, Enoch, 39 

Haskin, Enoch, Jr., 39 

Hatch, Maj. Jethro, 326 

Hatch, Joel, 326 

Hathaway, Col. John, 153 

Hawes, Capt. Benjamin, 345 

Hawley, Lieut. Aaron, 66 

Hawley, Maj. Aaron, 210, 212 

Hawley, Eunice Jackson 66 

Hayden, Corp. Josiah, 267 

Hayden, Mary Trumbull, 73 

Hayden, Oliver, 73 

Haymond, Maj. William, 253 

Heard, Capt. Phineas, 74 

Hedden, Judge Joseph, 90 

Hedden, Zadock, 157 

Hemstead, Sergt. Stephen, 209 

Henderson, Benjamin, 50 

Henderson, Lieut. Col. John, 26 

Henderson, Judge Richard, 31 



ROLL OF HONOR. 393 

Henshaw, Col. William, US 

Herbert, Nora O'Connor, 273 

Herbert, William, 273 

Heriot, Col. Eobert, 255 

Herkimer, Gen. Nicholas, 84 

Hermance, Capt.. Andries, 224 

Herndon, John, 2S 

Herrick, Col. Eufus, 38 

Hersey, Capt. Thomas, 198, 199, 200 

Herter, Capt. Lawrence, 169 

Hewit, Lieut. Reuben, 316 

Hewitt, Eobert, 142 

Hildreth, Elijah, 54 

Hildreth, Lieut. Israel, 54 

Hill, Abraham, 189 

Hill, William, 1S9 

Hillard, Lieut. Joseph, 322 

Hitchcock, Samuel, 214 

Hobart, Justin, 2 

Hodges, Lieut. Elijah, 267 

Hoffman, John Nicholas, 29S 

Holden, Dr. Phineas, 334 

Hollenbach, Ens. Matthias, 170 

Holman, Col. Jonathan, 121 

Holmes, Col. Asher, 260, 346 

Holmes, Sergt. Jeremiah, 69, 143 

Holmes, Lieut. John, 130 

Holt, Ens. Benjamin, 119 

Hooker, Seth, 57 

Hooper, Hon. William, 243 

Hopkins, Eev. Samuel, 309 

Hopkins, Samuel, 221, 222 

Hoppin, Capt. Benjamin, 231 

Hornblower, Hon. Josiah, 61, 64, 90, 275 

Hotchkiss, John, 115, 116 

Howe, Ens. Abner, 131 

Howe, Israel Howe, 329 

Howe, Dr. James, 90 

Hubbell, Deacon Eichard, 208, 215 

Hubbell, Amos, 208, 242 

Hubbell, Lieut. John, 242 

Huddy, Capt. Joshua, 178, 312, 315 

Hugg, Joseph, 233 

Huggins, Ebenezer, 115, 116 

Hughes, Capt. Elisha, 123 

Hull, Lieut. Jedediah, 64 



394 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Humphrey, Maj. Elihu, 148 

Humphrey, Lydia Eeed, 148 

Humphreys, Col. Ralph 181 

Hungerford, Capt. Zechariah, 112 

Hunt, Lieut. Col. Abraham, 173 

Hunt, Joseph, 36 

Hunt, Capt, Thomas, 294 

Hunter, Andrew, 127 

Hunter, Capt. David, 127 

Huntington, Rev. Enoch, 205 

Huntington, Gen. Jabez, 15, 59, 60, 61, 119, 146, 162 

Huntington, Gen. Jedediah, 59, 60, 119 

Huntington, Lieut. Col. Joshua, 15, 162 

Huntington, Mehetable Thurston, 205 

Huntly, Hoel, 68 

Hutchins, Lieut. Col. Gordon, 170 

Hyde, Deacon Joseph, 3, 113 

Irwin, Archibald, 313 

Ives, Ichabod, 283 

Ives, John, 217 

Jaekman, Sergt. William, 222 

Jackson, Lieut. Daniel, 158, 159 

Jameson, Col. David, 297 

Jay, Lieut. Joseph, 171 

Jerome, Benjamin, 284 

Jesup, Ens. Ebenezer, 3, 113 

Jewell, Ebenezer, 21 

Jewell, Lemu el, 21 

Jewell, Rebecca Leonard, 21 

Johnson, Ezra, 44 

Johnson, Capt. Henry, 260 

Johnson, Isaac, 134, 285, 288 

Johnson, Maj. James, 248, 251 

Johnson, John, 248, 250 

Johnson, Capt. Robert, 248, 250 

Johnson, Col. Thomas, 252 

Johnston, Ens. James, 84 

Johnston, Dr. Robert, 238 

Jones, Rev. David, 23 

Jones, Lieut. Col. Joel, 193 

Jones, Col. Jonathan, 23, 99, 100 

Jones, Ens. Thomas, 320 

Jones, Hon. Wilie, 31 

Judd, Daniel, 3, 293 



ROLL OF HONOR. 395 



Judd, Reuben, 216 

Judson, Capt. David, 40 

Kellogg, Capt. Martin, 107 

Kellogg, Samuel, 71 

Kennedy, Maj. William, 93 

Kempton, Col. Thomas, 305 

Kent, Maj. Elihu, 107, 108, 179 

Kent, Sergt. Elihu, Jr., 107, 108, 179 

Kent, Jacob, 222 

Keyes, Ephraim, 43 

Keyes, Capt. William, 43 

Kimball, Jedediah, 147, 152 

Kimball, Moses, 77, 78 

Kimmell, Capt. Michael, 23 

King, Lieut. John, 279 

King, Joseph, 108, 179 

King, William, 52 

Kingsbury, Willard, 147 

Kip, Capt. Jacobus, 224 

Kirk, Gideon, 175, 176 

Kirk, Capt. Roger, 123 

Kirkwood, Capt. Roger H., 234 

Knapp, Sergt. Uzal, 209 

Knickerbacker, Col. John, 237 

Knickerbacker, John, Jr., 237 

Knowlton, Stephen, 314 

Knox, Maj. Gen. Henry, 39, 223 

Lacey, Hannah, 4 

Lacey, Capt. Josiah, 4 

Lacey, Corp. Zachariah, 207, 210 

Lamar, John, 176 

Lamb, James, 41 

Lamb, William, 249, 251 

Lamprey, Daniel, 44 

Landon, Lieut. Col. Jonathan, 319 

Landon, Rlifus, 334, 335 

Lane, Lieut. Aaron, 231 

Lane, John, 307 

Lang, Ann Williams, 193 

Lang. Benjamin, 193 

Lang, Nathaniel, 193 

Lang - . William, 193 

Langdon, Capt. John, 312, 315 

Langford, George, 85 



396 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lansing - , Gerritt, J., 14, 15 

Lansing, Col. Jacob, Jr., 14, 15 

Larkin, John, 220 

Latham, Jasper, 143 

Latham, Capt. William, 63, 78 

Lawrence, Abraham, 53 

Lawrence, Levin, 344 

Leach, Ens. Lemuel, 233 

Leavens, Benjamin, 285 

Leavens, Jedediah, 285 

Leavenworth, Capt. Jesse, 141 

Leavitt, David, 90 

Lee, Eber, 144 

Lee, Francis, 261 

Leet, Maj. Daniel, 96 

Ledyard, Mary, 256, 258 

Leonard, Lieut. Col. Nathaniel, 335 

Lesher, Capt. John, 97 

L'Esperance, Joseph, 134 

Lewis, Gen. Andrew, 103 

Lewis, Col. Fielding, 244 

Lewis, Dr. Joseph, 69 

Lewis, Lieut. Joseph, 282 

Lewis, Margaret Lynn, 103 

Lewis, Thomas, 103 

Lewis, Maj. William, 302 

Lincoln, Maj. Gen. Benjamin, 269, 340 

Lincoln, Ezekiel, 308 

Lincoln, Lieut. Nathan, 198 

Littell, Capt. Eliakim, 20 

Littlefield, Ephraim, 249, 251 

Livermore, Hon. Samuel, LL. D., 201 

Livingston, Lieut. Col. Henry, 185 

Livingston, Chancellor Robert R., 34 

Livingston, Brig. Gen. William, 168 

Livingston, William, Jr., 168 

Lloyd, Col. Hugh, 101, 102 

Lochart, Capt. Robert, ; 100 

Lockwood, Maj. Ebenezer, 210 

Logan, Maj. Samuel, 318 

Long, Col. Armistead, 305 

Look, Capt. John, 249, 251 

Loomis, Joseph, 125 

Looney, Maj. David, 32 

Lord, Jabez, 76 

Love, Lieut. Amos, , 256 



ROLL OF HONOR. 397 



Loveland, Corp. Elijah, 218 

Lovewell, Capt. JNehemiah, 114 

Luckett, Capt. Thomas Hussey, 280 

Ludlarn, Lieut. Henry, 261 

Ludlow, Col. Cornelius, 123, 312, 314, 335 

Lunt, Maj. William, 340 

Lyman, David, 131, 132 

Lyman, Elias, 131 

Lyon, John, 329 

MacCarty, Daniel, 227 

Macfarlane, Capt. Andrew, 270 

Macfarlane, James, 270 

Madison, Col. James, 235 

Magill, Col. Charles, 239 

Maltbie, Capt. Jonathan, 2, 65 

Maltby, Elizabeth Fowler, 76, 120 

Maltby, Corp. Thaddeus, 76, 120 

Manning, Corp. Israel, 233 

Marcy, Capt. Reuben, 130 

Marion, Esther Cordes, 175 

Marion, Brig. Gen. Francis, 175 

Marsh, Lieut. Samuel, 129 

Marshall, Christopher, 23 

Marshall, Lieut. Isaac, 294 

Martin, Capt. Adam, 306 

Martin, Col. James, 258 

Martin, Maj. John, 305 

Martin, William, 290 

Mason, Lieut. Col. David, 278 

Mason, Sergt. Henry, 329, 330 

Mason, Moses, 216 

Mathews, Ann Archer, 46 

Mathews, Col. George, 46 

Mathews, Sampson, 46 

Mathews, William, 46 

Matteson, Sergt. Philip, 87 

Matteson, Samuel, 87 

McCall, Maj. Hugh, 179 

McCall, Capt. James, 179 

McCall, Josiah, 179 

McCall, Majorie Stewart, 179 

McCalla, Thomas, 186 

McCalmont, Lieut. John, 45 

McClellan, Capt. Joseph, 101, 172, 296 

McCulloch, Capt. John, 167 



398 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



McDowell, Dr. John, 45, 295, 313 

McDuffee, Capt. Daniel, 51 

McDuffee, John, 51 

McDuffee, Martha, 51 

McFarland, Maj. Moses, 323, 324 

McMurphy, Daniel, 258 

Mead, Sergt. Edward, 202 

Meade, Col. Richard Kidder, 103 

Mellen, William, 44 

Mennis, Capt. Calohill, 254 

Merriman, Charles, 90 

Merwin, David, 9 

Merwin, Lieut. Miles, 217 

Mickley, John Jacob, 333 

Middleton, Hon. Henry, 180, 181 

Middleton, Maj. Hugh, 180, 181 

Miller, Benjamin, 263 

Miller, Gen. Henry, 295 

Miller, Brig. Gen. Nathan, 40 

Miller, Capt. William, 230 

Mills, Corp. Edward, 154 

Mills, Capt. John, 331 

Mills, Samuel, 95 

Mills, Samuel, Jr., • 95 

Miner, William, 68 

Minor, Capt. Thomas, 243 

Mitchell, Col. Abiel, 346 

Montague, Sergt. Caleb, 325 

Montgomery, Rev. Joseph 11 

Montgomery, Martha, 11 

Montgomery, Col. William, 98 

Moore, Brig. Gen. James, 328 

Morehouse, Aaron, 76 

Morehoiise, Col. Andrew, 19, 279 

Morehouse, Capt. Gershom, 76 

Morgan, Dr. Elisha, 78, 154 

Morgan, Sergt. Israel, 220 

Morgan, Capt. James, 231 

Morgan, Capt. James, 273 

Morgan, Jonathan, 282 

Morgan, Ens. Jonas, 237 

Morgan, Nicholas, 273 

Morris, Edward, 55 

Morris, Maj. Jacob, 347 

Morris, Capt. Jacob, 346 

Morris, Lieut. Jonathan Ford, 296 



ROLL OF HONOR. 399 



Morris, Maj. Joseph, 296 

Morris, Brig. Gen. Lewis, 347 

Morse, Sergt. David, 18 

Morton, Hon. John, 269 

Moss, Capt. Jesse, 276 

Mott, Maj. Edward, 237 

Mulford, Capt. Ezekial, 203 ' 224 

Mulford, Furman, 22 

Munroe, Daniel, ° 3 ' 54 

Munroe, Jedediah, ° 3 ' ° 4 

Munroe, Lieut. William, 151 

Munson, Capt. Basil, 207 ' 210 

Murfree, Hardy, 95 

Myers, Maj. Gen. Michael, 169 

Mygatt, Lieut. Austin, 218 

Mytinger, Lieut. Jacob, 19. 24 . 236 > 275 

Nash, Brig. Gen. Francis, 192 

Nash, Mary, 192 

Nash, Kebecca Hull, 7 

Nash, Capt. Thomas, 7 

Neilson, Brig. Gen. John, 337 

Nelson, Maj. John, 27 

Nelson, Gen. Roger, 174 

Nelson, Gov. Thomas, 27 » 104 

Nesmith, James, Jr., 320 

Newberry, Gen. Rogers, 97 

Newkirk, Capt. John, 157 

Newton, Deacon Abner, 245 

Newton, Thomas, 240 

Nichols, Ephraim, 5 

Nichols, Samuel, 337 

Nichols, Thomas, 96 

Nichols, William, 289 

Norcross, Samuel, ^ 87 

Norton, Lieut. Col. Ebenezer, ? 9 , 80 

Nye, Ebenezer, 245 

Ogden, Robert, 49 

O'Hara, Gen. James, 230 

Orr, John, 3 6, 189 

Osborne, John, 115 

Osborne, Joseph, 2 ^ 3 

Otis, Hon. James, 340 

Owings, Lieut. Thomas, 344 



400 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Paca, Gov. William, 324 

Page, Col. Jeremiah 342 

Page, Capt. Samuel, 342 

Paine, Capt. Amos, 264 

Painter, Thomas Welcher, 135 

Palmer, Capt. John, 175, 176 

Palmer, Nathaniel, 221, 271, 277 

Parke, Sergt. Zebulon, 234 

Parker, Col. Josiah, 268 

Parker, Stephen, 217, 283 

Parker, Capt. Timothy, 285 

Parmelee, Ens. Daniel, 320 

Parmelee, Lieut. Theodore, 235 

Parsons, Israel, 196 

Parsons, Maj. Gen. Samuel Holden, 303 

Partridge, Ens. Elisha, 51, 320 

Partridge, James, 249, 251 

Patterson, Lieut. Ephraim, 97 

Patterson, John, 97 

Patton, Col. John, 275 

Paxton, Capt. John, Jr., 230 

Paxton, Rev. William, 230 

Peabody, Deacon Moses, 188 

Pearson, Maj. John, 26 

Pease, Joseph, 73 

Peck, Capt. Lewis, 47 

Peck, Nathan, 76 

Peebles, Lieut. Robert, 84 

Peebles, Capt. William, 84 

Pelton, Abner, 206 

Pelton, Lieut. Benjamin, 162 

Pelton, Capt. Daniel, 162 

Pelton, Ithamar, 161 

Pelton, Phineas, 161 

Pember, Samuel, 147, 152 

Penfield, Mary Allen, 3 

Penfield, Capt. Peter, 3, 8 

Percival, John, 317 

Perkins, Elnathan, 329, 330 

Perkins, Luke, 329, 330 

Perkins, Lieut. Odadiah, 247 

Perry, David, 249, 251 

Pettigrew, Lieut. James, 314 

Pettis, Benjamin, 143 

Peyton, Dr. Valentine, 31 

Phelps, Abigail Pettibone, 150 



ROLL OF HONOK. 4OI 



Phelps, Ens. David, 1, 146, 149, 150, 153 

Phelps, Maj. Gen. Noah, 1, 10, 146, 149, 150, 153 

Philbrook, Col. Thomas Weld, 231 

Phillips, James, 332 

Phipps, Capt. Daniel GoflEe, 62 

Pierce, Josiah, 185 

Pickens, Gen. Andrew, 300 

Pinkerton, John, 100 

Pitkin, William, 20 

Piatt, Benjamin, 120, 121 

Pomeroy, Abigail Wheelock, 4 

Pomeroy, Rev. Benjamin, 3, 113 

Pomeroy, Elihu, 3,36, 113 

Pomeroy, Balph, 4 

Pomeroy, Col. Seth, 81 

Porter, Col. Joshua, M. D., 80, 87 

Porter, Col. Phineas, 141 

Potter, David, 138 

Potter, Gen. James, 190 

Potts, Col. Thomas, 121 

Pratt, Agnis Bebee, 245 

Pratt, David, 245 

Pratt, Lieut. John, 136 

Pratt, Phineas, 245 

Pratt, Seth, 245 

Prescott, Hon. Oliver, 270 

Pride, Capt, William, 77, 78 

Prime, Benjamin Youngs, 228, 229 

Prime, Rev. Ebenezer, 228, 229 

Prindle, John 73 

Putnam, Eleazar, 92, 93 

Putnam, «John, 344 

Putnam, Capt, Henry, 92, 93 

Putnam, Maj. Gen. Israel, 57, 334, 350 

Putnam, Gen. Eufus, 245 

Quincy, Edmund, 158, 159 

Quintard, Sergt. Peter, 248 

Radcliffe, Maj. William, 224 

Ealston, John, 236 

Ramsay, Ann McCarthy, 173 

Ramsay, Col. Dennis, 172 

Ramsay, Capt, William, 172 

Ramsay, Dr. William Jr., 173 

Ramsay, Ens. William, 188 



402 DAUGHTERS OE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Eamsdell, Joseph, 160 

Eamsdell, Moses, 42 

Rand, Ens. Ezekiel, 319 

Randolph, Edward F., 253 

Randolph, Robert F., 253 

Randolph, Samuel F., 237, 296 

Rappleyea, Jacobus, 186 

Rappleyea, Jeromus, 186 

Rathbone, Lieut. Samuel, 143 

Rathbun, Benjamin, 143 

Raymond, Newcomb, 43 

Raymond, Capt. Simeon, 202 

Redfield, Sergt, James, 114 

Reed, Capt. William, 295 

Reid, John, 

Reid, Capt. Samuel, 332 

Reynolds, Ens. William, 223 

Rhea, Lieut. Matthew, 32 

Richards, Amos, 152 

Richards, Guy, 221 

Richards, Sergt. James, 189 

Richards, Nathaniel, 228, 229 

Richards, Maj. William, 207 

Richardson, Silas, 51 

Richardson, Lieut. Thomas, 194 

Richardson, Tilley, 74 

Richardson, Col. William, 327 

Richardson, William, 336 

Richmond, Nathaniel, 36, 189 

Rider, Sergt. John, 112 

Rider, Timothy, 112 

Riell, John Jacob, 133 

Ringgold, William, 327 

Rippey, Capt. William, 259 

Rives, Robert, 104 

Roach, Capt. Isaac, 122 

Robbins, Rev. Ammi Ruhamah, 6 

Robbins, Hannah Foote, 6 

Robbins, Lieut. Philip, 130 

Robbins, Samuel, 154, 332 

Roberts, Elijah, 136 

Robertson, Gen. James, 246 

Robertson, Maj. Charles, 350 

Robinson, Capt. Abner, 70 

Robinson, Sarah, 239 

Robinson, Col. Thomas, Jr., 239 



ROLL, OF HONOR. 403 



Roe, Capt. Thomas, 38 

Rogers, Lieut. John, 127 

Rogers, Jonathan, 127 

Rogers, Col. Zabdiel, 59 

Root, Col. Jesse, 79 

Rounds, Sergt. James, 47 

Rowland, j-iezekiah, 247 

Rowley, Thomas, 126 

Rowley, Capt. Thomas, Jr., 126 

Royce, Joel, 320 

Rumery, Dominicus, 206 

Russell, Capt. Andrew, 124, 125 

Russell, Col. Giles, 220 

Russell, William, 320 

Rust, Sergt. Gersham, 10 

Rutherford, Gen. Griffith, 33 

Ryder, Sergt. John, 112 

Ryder, Timothy, 112 

Sabin, Lieut. Zebediah, 279 

Sackett, Nathaniel, 13 

Sanford, Jairus, 8 

Sanford, Sergt. Liffe, 261 

Sanford, Thomas, 8 

Saunders, Capt. Celey, 241, 343 

Sawyer, Maj. Ephraim, Ill 

Scarborough, Lieut. John, 254 

Schenck, Abram, 165 

Schumacher, Maj. Han. Jost, 169 

Scott, John, 236 

Scott, Capt. Matthew, 267 

Scott, Lieut, Robert, 236 

Scudder, Ens. Amos, 165 

Scudder, Lieut. Henry, 183 

Scudder, Col. William, 92 

Searles, Capt. George, 262 

Sears, Roland, 44 

Sebree, Richard, 334 

Sellman, Maj. Jonathan, 239 

Seymour, Asa, 151 

Seymour, Daniel, 202 

Seymour, Lydia St. John, 38 

Seymour, Maj. Moses, 256, 258 

Seymour, Capt. Uriah, 68 

Seymour, Lieut. William, 38 

Shaw, Francis, 251 



404 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Shaw, Maj. Francis, Jr 251 

Shelby, Gen. Evan, 30 

Shelby, Gov. Isaac, 30 

Sheldon, Sergt. Job, 41 

Shepard, Lieut. Joseph, 267 

Sherman, Judge Daniel, 246 

Sherman, David, 210 

Sherman, Hon. Roger, 307 

Shippen, Capt. William, 21 

Shoff, Philip, 188 

Shreve, William, 180, 181 

Shute, Dr. Daniel, 199 

Sikes, Reuben, 345 

Silliman, Abigail Selleck, 5 

Silliman, Brig. Gen. Gold Selleck, 5 

Simkins, Capt. Arthur, 26 

Sinclair, Maj. Richard, 238 

Sinclair, Samuel, 238 

Skeel, Lieut. Jonathan, 88, 89 

Skillings, Capt. Samuel, 248, 251 

Skillings, Samuel, Jr., 248, 251 

Skinner, Corp. Calvin, Ill 

Skinner, David, 336 

Slaymaker, Ens. Amos, 192 

Slaymaker, Henry, 192 

Slocum, Giles, 184 

Smith, Daniel, 195 

Smith, Capt. Daniel, 103 

Smith, Ezekiel, 204 

Smith, Lieut. Josiah Miller, 200 

Smith, Levi, 313 

Smith, Lieut. Nehemiah 63, 219 

Smith, Nicholas, 163 

Smith, Col. Oliver, 272, 277, 278 

Smith, Capt. Robert, 170 

Smith, Col. Robert, 94 

Smith, William, 245, 

Smock, Capt. Hendrick, 231 

Smock, Col. John, 231 

Smyth, Thomas, 176 

Smyth, Maj. Thomas, Jr., 176 

Snow, Sergt. James, 190 

Sollers, Maj. Thomas, 344 

Souther, John, 198 

Speed, Capt. James, 344, 345 

Spencer, Jehiel, 138 



ROI.lv OF HONOR. 405 



Spencer, Maj. Gen. Joseph, 34 

Spencer, Col. Oliver, 49 

Spering, Henry, 25 

Sperry, Simeon, 206 

Spicer, Sergt. John, 77, 78 

Springer, Capt. Nathaniel, 158, 159 

Sproat, Brev. Maj. William, 24 

Spyker, Col. Henry, 347 

Squire, Jesse, 183 

Squire, Lieut. Joseph, 331 

Stagg, Maj. John, 13 

Stanley, Timothy, 286 

Stanton, Samuel, 219, 220 

Starkweather, Ephraim, 339 

Starkweather, Samuel, 339 

St. Clair, Maj. Gen. Arthur, 348 

Stearns, Capt. Josiah, 340 

Steele, Luke, 289 

Steever, Daniel, 323 

Stephen, Gen. Adam, 239 

Stephens, Capt. Alexander, ' 43, 44 

Sterling, Capt. Abijah, 210, 211, 212 

Sterling, Maj. James, 295 

Stevens, Elisha, 135 

Stevens, John, 91 

Stevens, Lieut. Samuel, 344 

Stewart, Col. Charles, 112 

Stewart, James, 156 

Stewart, Maj. John, 14, 15 

Stewart, Luther, 156 

Stickney, Lieut. Jedediah, 188 

Stockbridge, Corp. David, 325 

Stockton, Hon. Richard, 89, 90, 168 

Stockton, Maj. Robert, 167 

Stoddard, Capt. Ralph, 218, 277 

Stoddard, Ens. Vine, 218, 277 

Stone, Sergt. James, 190 

Storrs, Maj. Joseph, 62 

Stoughton, Joseph, 187 

Stow, John, 55, 56, 133, 289 

Stow, Stephen, 55, 56, 133, 289 

Strong, Ebenezer, 152 

Strong, Joseph 116, 210, 211, 212 

Strong, Seth 282, 283 

Sturges, Ann, 144 

Sturges, Andrew, 144 



406 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Sturges, David, 144 

Sturges, Hannah Jennings, 144 

Sturges, Hezekiah, 144 

Sturges, Jonathan, 144 

Sturges, Solomon, 144 

Sullivan, Capt. Daniel, 118 

Sullivan, Capt. Eben, 118 

Sullivan, Judge James, 118 

Sullivan, Maj. Gen. John, 118 

Sullivan, Margery Brown, 118 

Sumner, Maj. Seth, 11 

Swan, Ebenezer, 189 

Swan, George, 330 

Sweeting, Lieut. Nathaniel, 85 

Sweeting, Dr. Lewis, 85 

Swetland, Abi Deming, 73 

Swetland, Benjamin, 72 

Swetland, Daniel, 73 

Talbot, Capt. Isham, 28 

Tappan, Benjamin, 87, 256 

Tappen, Maj. Christopher, 300 

Taylor, Hon. Eldad, 197 

Taylor, George, 281 

Taylor, George, 29 

Taylor, Col. James, 108, 243 

Taylor, James, '. 281 

Taylor, Col. John, 337 

Taylor, Lieut. Jonathan, 29, 305 

Taylor, Joseph, 142 

Taylor, Lutitia Wade, 281 

Taylor, William, 281 

Ten Eyck, Abraham J., 14, 15 

Tharp, Peter, 237, 296 

Thatcher, Col. Samuel, 39, 223 

Thomas, Daniel, 69 

Thomas, John, 103 

Thompson, Maj. Ebenezer, 84 

Thompson, Col. Jabez, 137, 138, 318 

Thompson, Capt. John, 163 

Thompson, Robert, 349 

Thompson, Thaddeus, 140 

Thompson, Capt. William, 211, 331 

Thomson, Rev. James Hampden, • 104, 105 

Thomson, Col. William, 255 

Thorp, Capt. Eliphalet, 7, 8 



ROLL OF HONOR. 407 



Thrall, Capt. Samuel, 243 

Thrall, Samuel, Jr., 243 

Thruston, Col. Charles Mynn, 239, 327 

Ticknor, Col. Elisha, 119 

Tilden, Capt. Daniel, 125 

Tillotson, Dr. Thomas, 34 

Tilton, Daniel, 48 

Todd, Rev. Samuel, 307 

Tomlinson, Curtis, 83, 215 

Tomlinson, Ens. Jabez Huntington, 215 

Tompkins, Nathaniel, 201 

Torrence, Lieut. Joseph, 313 

Trezevant, Theodore, 104, 105 

Trowbridge, Corp. Edmund, 190 

Trull, Capt. John, 200 

Trumbull, Benjamin, D. D., 110 

Trumbull, David, 145 

Trumbull, John, 252 

Trumbull, Gov. Jonathan, 58, 119, 145 

Tucker, Col. St. George, 239 

Turner, Kerenhappuch Norman, 251 

Turner, Surg. Gen. Philip, 145 

Tuttle, Capt. Timothy, 122 

Twiggs, Gen. John, 17 

Tyler, Capt. Bezaleel 89 

Tyler, Lieut. Col. Robert Bradley, 240 

Uncles, Benjamin, 226 

Upham, Samuel, 340 

Upham, Capt. Samuel, Jr., 340 

Upson, Capt. Samuel, 135 

Upton, William, 228, 229 

Vail, Asa, 161 

Vail, Capt. Israel, 18 

Valentine, Thomas, 253 

Van Benschoten, Capt. John, 294 

Van Covenhoven, Capt. William, 92 

Vance, Capt. Samuel C, 348 

Vandercook, Michael, Ill 

Vandercook, Capt. Simeon, Ill 

Van Cortlandt, Lieut. Gov. Pierre, 12 

Van Deusen, Jacob, 159 

Vander Burg, Col. James, 75, 223 

Van Hook, Capt. Lawrence, 170 

Van Hook, Mary, 170 



408 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Van Horn, Cornelius, 93, 232 

Van Ness, Col. David, 224 

Van Wyck, Lieut. Abraham, 12 

Van Wyck, Capt. Cornelius 75, 223 

Vedder, Sergt. Frederick, 155, 292 

Vose, Brig. Gen. Joseph 11 

Wade, Isaac, 242 

Wadsworth, Capt. Samuel, 71 

Walbridge, Col. Ebenezer, 237 

Walke, Anthony, 241, 343 

Walker, Capt. Seth, 166 

Walker, Dr. Thomas, 344, 345 

Wallace, Thomas, 320 

Wallen, James, 231 

Walworth, Adjt. Benjamin, 155 

Ward, Maj. Gen. Artemus, 158 

Warren, Dr. John, 195 

Warren, Capt. Josiah, 256 

Warren, Capt. Moses, 146 

Washburn, Capt. Israel, 209 

Washburn, Ens. Solomon, 329 

Washington, Catherine Storke, 31 

Washington, Commander-in-Chief George, 244 

Washington, Mary Ball, 244 

Washington, Col. William, 31, 266 

Watkins, Capt. Gassaway, 343 

Watts, Brig. Gen. Frederick, 295 

Watts, Capt. John, 112, 334 

Watson, Levi, 68 

Watson, Capt, Titus, 265 

Wattles, William, 173 

Weaver, Lieut. Benjamin, 249, 251 

Webb, Capt. Isaac, 267 

Webb, Capt. Stephen, 109 

Webster, Moses, 311 

Webster, Thomas 117 

Weed, Capt. Elijah, 24 

Weed, Corp. Josiah, 284 

Weeks, Lieut. Nathan, 20 

Wells, Joseph 51. 320 

Wells, Capt. Thomas, 245 

Wentworth, Col. Jonathan, 191, 227, 230 

Wentworth, Samuel 191, 227, 230 

Welles, Maj. Chester, 304 

Welles, Capt. Hezekiah, . , 304 



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Welles, Gen. Eoger, 107 

Wells, Joseph, 51 > 32 ° 

Weston, Nathan 259 

Wheaton, Capt. Charles 40 

Wheeler, Capt. David, 128 > 129 

Wheeler, Lieut. Ephraim, 128 > 129 

Wheeler, Ephraim, 66 

Wheeler, Jonas, 51 

Wheeler, Capt. Noah, 75 ' 223 

Wheelock, Sergt. Eleazer, 128 

White, Brig. Gen. Anthony Walton, 16e > 

White, Col. Anthony, 127 

White, Adjt. Daniel, 51 » 320 

White, Capt. James, 125 

Whiting, Allyn, 1«. 149,151 

Whitney, Caleb, 341 

Whitney, David, 248 

Whitney, Elijah, 207 

Whitney, Elisha, 207 

Whitney, Timothy, 248 

Whittlesey, Ens. John, 66 » 223 

W T icks, Ezekiel, 183 

Wild, Benjamin, 51 

Wilder, Lieut. Asa, 188 

Wilder, Daniel, 320 

Wilder, Deacon Josiah 188 

Wilder, Corp. Moses, 78 ' 220 

Wilder, Eeuben, 188 

Wilkins, Capt, John, 23 ° 

Willard, Sergt. Hezekiah, 134 

Williams, Daniel, J; 9 ' 236 

Williams, Sergt, Ephraim, 221, 276, 277 

Williams, Isaac, 3 > 113 

Williams, Capt. John, 329 ' 330 

Williams, Jonas, 8S 

Williams, Joseph John, 31 

Williams, Sergt. Joshua, 291 

Williams, Bebekah Satterlee, 4 

Williams, Wareham, Jr., 4 

Williams, Bebecca 102 ' 171 

Williams, Lieut, Col. William 102 > 171 

Willis, Col. Solomon, 10 ° 

Wilson, Col. Benjamin, 37 

Wilson, Benjamin, """ 

Wilson, John, 176 > 177 

Wilson, Capt. Francis, 18 



4IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Wilson, Jonathan, 345 

Wilson, Capt. Noah 142 

Wilson, Maj. William, 190 

Winans, James, 223 

Winslow, Maj. John, I 53 

Winslow, Dr. Shadrach, 126 

Wisner, Lieut, Col. Henry, 168 > 203 

Wisner, Maj. Henry, Jr., 168, 203 

Wiswall, Capt. Jeremiah, 190 

Witter, Capt. Ebenezer, 133 

Wolcott, Gen. Erastus, 281, 282 

Wolcott, Henry, 187 

Wolcott, Gov. Oliver, 15, 162 

Wolcott, Samuel, 281, 282 

Wood, Daniel 30 

Wood, David, 265 

Wood, Enoch, * 265 

Wood, Capt. Henry, 86 

Woodbury, Lieut. John, 46 

Woods, Capt, Archibald, 30 

Woodford, Brig. Gen. William, 250 

Woodruff, Euos, 264 

Woodward, Daniel, 196, 197 

Woodward, Joseph, 159 

Woolsey, Maj. Melancthon Lloyd, 185 

Wooten, Ens. Shadrack, 349 

Wordin, Capt. William, 212, 21°, 

Wordin, William, Jr., 212, 213 

Wormsted, Capt. Robert, 93, 2C2 

Wright, Joseph, 41 

Yale, Nathaniel, 217 

Yancey, Col. Layton, 103 

Yates, Abraham, 187 

Yates, Col. Christopher 224 

Young, Zebidee, 60