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a: a. d. a, r. 
LINEAGE BOOK 

National Society 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 




VOLUMB XIX. 



LOUISE Pearsons dolliver, 

Historian General, 



WASHtNGTON, D. C. 



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Island Flats, 1776. He was born in Maryland and died in 
Kentucky, where he was the first governor. 
Also Nos. 200, 1574, 2396, 4077, 6089, 7785, 10469, 16130. 

t 

MRS. EMMA KENNEY HERNDON. 18005 

Born in Scott County, Kentucky. 
Wife of Bellville M. Herndon. 
Descendant of Sergt. Charles Lander. 

Daughter of Frank Kenney and Mary Thomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph B. Kenney and Lavinia Lander, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Lander and Peggy Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Lander and Katharine Foreman, 
his wife. 

Charles Lander, (1754-1833), served in the Virginia Line, 
1777. He was a pensioner of Bourbon Co., Ky. 

Also No. 14030. 

MISS ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON KING. 18006 

Born in Lexingrton, Kentucky. 

Descendant of Jesse Hinds. 

Daughter of Gilbert Hinds King and Elizabeth King, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Langdon King and Eliza Congdon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Congdon and Sarah Hinds, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hinds and Martha Wing, his wife. 

Jesse Hinds, (1759-1842), served as a private from Massa- 
chusetts under different commands. He was born in Green- 
wich, Mass., and died in Binghampton, N. Y. 

Also No. 1 187. 

MRS. ADA HOLCOMBE AIKEN. 18007 

Born in Tensas County, Louisiana. 
Wife of Dr. Gaylc Aiken. 
Descendant of Lieut. Philemon Holcombe and of Lieut. 

James Bryson. 

Daughter of William Henry Holcombe, M. D., and Rebecca Pal- 
mer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William James Holcombe, M. D., and Ann Eliza 
Clopton, his wife; Thomas Palmer and Sarah Miller Bryson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philemon Holcombe and Lticy Maria Ander- 
son, his wife; James Bryson and Mary Miller, his wife. 





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James Jerauld, (1746-1813), served as ensign and lieutenant 
in the Rhode Island militia during the Revolution. He held 
many town offices of trust in Warwick where he died. 

MRS. DRUSILLA HALL JOHNSON. 18010 

Born in Norwich, Massachusetts, 1805. 
Widow of Alfred Johnson. 

Descendant of Aaron Hall and of Capt. John Richardson 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Aaron Hall and Sarah Richardson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Richardson and Rebecca Moore, his wife. 

Aaron Hall, (1751-1835), enlisted for three years as a pri- 
vate from Harvard where he was at college, 1775. He 
served in 1778 in the Paymaster's Department and in 1780 
under the forage master. In 1781 he sailed from Salem on 
a privateer, was captured, imprisoned at St. Johns, and was 
exchanged after the surrender of Cornwallis. He was 
placed on the pension roll, 1832, for six years' service. He 
was bom in Sutton and died in Westhampton, Mass. 

Also No. 5771. 

John Richardson, (1737-1819), served as captain; was at 
Bunker Hill and the taking of Fort Ticonderoga. A letter 
to his wife dated from Boston, 1777, is in possession of the 
family. He was a member of the General Court and of the 
Convention that framed the State Constitution. He was 
born in Roxbury and died in Templeton, Mass. 

Also No. 5771. 

MISS SARA HALL JOHNSON. 18011 

Born in Hadley, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. John Richardson and of Aaron Hall, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alfred Johnson and Drusilla Hall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Aaron Hall and Sarah Richardson, his wife. 

See No. i8oia 

MISS RUTH WITTER. 18012 

Born in Canterbury, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Witter, Asa Witter, Lieut. Ebe- 
nezer Bass, Capt. Hezekiah Dewing, and Capt. Ezra Kinne, 
all of Connecticut. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of John Witter (1812-90) and Mary Maria Dewing, his 
wife (m. 1834). 

Granddaughter of Ebenczer Witter (1778-1833) and Eunice Bass, 
his wife (m. 1799); Abijah Dewing (1778-1848) and Dorothea Morse, 
his wife (m. 1808). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Witter and Joanna Kinne (1749-1829), 
his wife (m. 1765); Ebenezer Bass and Ruth Waldo, his wife; 
Hezekiah Dewing and Eunice Bugbee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Witter and Elizabeth Brown, 
his wife (m. 1729) ; Ezra Kinne and Sarah Dennison, his wife. 

Ebenezer Witter, (1699-1793), turned out from Preston at 
the Lexington Alarm. 

Also No. 9486. 

Asa Witter, (1744-92), served as Deputy to the Assembly 
from Canterbury, 1779-1780. He was born in Preston and 
died in Canterbury. 

Ebenezer Bass, (1746-1814), served as lieutenant on the 
galley "Trumbull," Lake Champlain, 1776. He was born in 
Scotland, Conn. 

Hezekiah Dewing served as corporal in Capt. Isaac Stone's 
company which was ordered to reenforce Gates, 1777. He 
was born in Needham, Mass., 1740, and removed to Wood- 
stock, Conn., where he lived in the Revolution. 

Ezra Kinne, (1727-95), commanded a company of militia in 
the 8th regiment of Foot, 1780. He was born and died in 
Preston. 

MRS. ELLEN R. HOWARD KEITH. 18013 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edwin Keith. 
Descendant of Caleb Howard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Welcome Howard (b. 1797) and Susan Tildcn, his 

wife. 
Granddaughter of Caleb Howard and Sylvia Alger, his first wife. ' 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Howard and Abigail Copeland, his 

wife. 

Caleb Howard, (1760-1831), at the age of seventeen was a 
private at the Rhode Island Alarm under Capt. Joseph Keith, 
and served in Capt. John Ames' company, 1780. He became 
a colonel in the War of 1812. He was bom and died in 
Bridgewater, Mass. 



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MRS. MARY ALLEN COBB HOWARD. 18014 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Daniel S. Howard. 

Descendant of Micah Allen, Jr., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of David Cobb, Jr., and Clarissa Bussey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Cobb and Mary Allen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Micah Allen, Jr., and Catherine Everett, his 
wife. 

Micah Allen, (1740-1823), served at the Rhode Island 
Alarm of 1776, and in the Bristol County company under 
Capt. John Dean, 1780. He was born and died in Mansfield.. 

Also No. 9083. 

MRS. L YDIA WHITE FRENCH. 18015 

Born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, 1816. 

Wife of Jason M. French. 

Descendant of Asa White, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asa White and Lydia Harris, his wife. 

Asa White, (1762-1847), enlisted as a private and received 
a pension for eight month's actual service. He was born in 
Weymouth and died in West Bridgewater. 

Also No. 15574. 

MRS. BEATRICE TOWER DARBY. 18016 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Joseph Mortimer Darby. 

Descendant of Peter Tower and of Christopher Mason, Jr., 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John W. Tower and Elizabeth Peavey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Tower and Elsie N. Dean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Tower and Anna Bowker, his wife; 
Dr. Asa Dean and Elsie Mason, his wife. 

Gr.ngr.-granddaughter of Peter Tower and Deborah Stowell, his 
wife (m. 1746); Christopher Mason, Jr., and Anna Chase, his wife. 

Peter Tower, (1728-1814), was a private under Capt. Job 
Gushing, and 1778 served in Capt. Elias Whiton's company. 
He was born in Hingham and died in Cummington. 

Also Nos. 6594, 11007, 14136. 

Christopher Mason, Jr., (1737- 1805), was a member of the 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



General Court for twenty years. He served as a minute 
man 1776 at the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born and 
died in Swansey. 
Also Nos. 15562, 16845. 

MISS JEANNE PERRY PORTER. 18017 

Born in North Adams, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Jasher Taylor, Jr., Jasher Taylor, Deacon 
Thomas Sanderson, Rev. Nehemiah Porter, Deacon Nathan 
Graves and Col. Josiah Allis, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Pitt Porter and Sarah Anne Cooledge Perry, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alvan Perry and Sarah Ann Sanderson, his wife; 
Nathan Porter and Elizabeth Taylor (1791-1844), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chester Sanderson and Anna Allis, his wife; 
Joseph Porter and Leonard Graves, his wife; Jasher Taylor, Jr., and 
Susanna Kelly (1757-1804), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sanderson and Lucy Wright, his 
wife; Jasher Taylor and Experience Cobb, his wife; Nehemiah Por- 
ter and Miss Chipman, his wife; Nathan Graves and Leonard Scott, 
his wife; Josiah Allis and Anna Hubbard, his wife. 

Jasher Taylor, Jr., (1761-1806), served in the militia during 
the Revolution. He was born in Yarmouth; died in Buck- 
land and on his tombstone is inscribed "Lieutenant.*' 

Jasher Taylor served in the militia at the Lexington Alarm. 
He was born in Yarmouth, 1719 and his will was dated 1795. 

Thomas Sanderson, (1746-1824), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm and lieutenant at Ticonderoga. He was 
born and died in Whately. 

Also No. 16196. 

Nehemiah Porter, (1720-1820), served as chaplain in the 
Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Ipswich and died in 
Ashfield, Mass. 

Nathan Graves, (1716-86), served as a minute man, 1777, 
from Whately where he was born and died. 

Josiah Allis, (1754-94), served as colonel of the Home 
Guard of Hampshire militia. He was born in Hatfield and 
died in Whately, Mass. 

MRS. LOUISE TOWER DICKINSON. 18018 

Born in Melrose, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Everett MifHin Dickinson. 



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Descendant of Peter Tower and of Christopher Mason, Jr. 

Daughter of John W. Tower and Elizabeth Peavey, his wife. 
See No. 18016. 



MRS. MARY ELIZA TIRRELL. 18019 

Born in Natick, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Quincy Tirrell. 

Descendent of Capt. Joseph Winch, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elisha Payne Mollis and Eliza Ann Winch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Winch and Dorcas Greenwood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Winch (b. 1765) and Martha Brown, 
his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Winch and Mary Beals, his wife. 

Joseph Winch, (1733-1815), served as a minute man, 1775, 
and commanded a company of militia 1776, in the Northern 
Department. He was born and died in Framingham. 

MRS. LYDIA GUILD CUSHMAN HARRINGTON. 18020 

Born in Hingham, Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Edmund Harrington. 
Descendant of George Cushman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Rufus Cushman and Lydia Turner Guild, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Cushman and Judith Weston, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of George Cushman and Annie Perry, his wife. 

George Cushman, (1759-1832), was a private at the age of 
seventeen and served several enlistments under different 
commands. He was placed on the pension roll of Plymouth 
county, 1 81 8. He was bom in Middleboro, died in Duxbury. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH MUNROE. 18021 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Samuel T. Munroe. 
Descendant of Elisabeth Wells, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Archibald Bean and Catherine Hunter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Hunter (1750- 1823) and Elisabeth Wells, 
his wife. 

Elisabeth Wells, (1754-1853), was a patriot who rendered 
unfailing loyalty and material aid to the cause. She was 
bom and died in Boston. 



lO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS ALMENA NAY. 18022 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Young and of Joseph Young, 
Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Moses Colby Nay and Adaline Mehitable Young, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Young and Nancy Young, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Young, Jr., and Dorcas Margaretta 
Ewer, his wife (m. 1774). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Young and Anna Folsom, his 
wife. 

Joseph Young, (1726-1806), who had served in the early 
wars, was a soldier in the Revolution. He was born in 
Exeter and died in New Market, N. H. 

Joseph Young, Jr., (1754-1812), served as a private in the 
militia. He was bom in Durham, died in New Market, N. H. 

MRS. BELLE NORTON RANLETT. 18023 

Born in Bangor, Maine. 
Wife of Capt. George T. Ranlett. 
Descendant of Stephen Holman, of Maine. 

Daughter of Harrison B. Norton and Sophia Holman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Holman and Rhoda Russell, his wife. 

Stephen Holman, (1763-1850), enlisted at fifteen under 
Capt. Caleb Kimball. He was born in Bolton, Mass., and 
died in Bangor, Maine. 

Also No. 14856. 

MRS. ANNIE J. C. BOURNE. 18024 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick Walter Bourne. 
Descendant of George Cushman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Rufus Cushman and Lydia Turner Guild, his wife. 
See No. 18020. 

MISS JESSIE M. FISHER. 18025 

Born in Henniker, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Oliver Noyes, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Oliver C. Fisher and Eliza Campbell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Campbell and Sarah Noyes, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Noyes and Mehitable Eaton, his wife. 



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Oliver Noyes, (1759-1842), enlisted 1777 in Capt. Jesse 
Page's company, Col. Abraham Drake's regiment to reen- 
force the northern army. He was placed on the pension roll 
of Merrimack County in 1833 for service as a private in the 
militia. He was born in Plaistow and died in Henniker, N. H. 

MRS. SARAH A. B. DAMON. 18026 

Born in Hingham, Massachusetts. 
Wife of J. L. Damon. 
Descendant of Capt. Moses Whipple. 

Daughter of Benjamin Barton and Adaline Whipple, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Whipple and Sally Cutting, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Aaron Whipple and Matilda Cooper, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Whipple and Catherine Forbush, 
his wife. 

Moses Whipple, (1733-1814), commanded a company of 
New Hampshire militia at Ticonderoga, 1777. He was chair- 
man of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Grafton, 
Mass., and died in Charlestown, N. H. 

MRS. INEZ VALETTE SMALL. 18027 

Born in Maiden, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles T. Small. 
Descendant of Corp. Moses Wilder of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rufus M. Yale and Rebecca Triphenia Wilder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of £nos Wilder and Sophia Vamey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Wilder and Sarah Whipple, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Wilder and Submit Frost, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Wilder and Mary Fairbanks, 
his wife. 

Moses Wilder, (1736-1814), served as corporal in Capt. 
Joseph White's company, Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment 
at the Lexington Alarm. He died in Lancaster, Mass. 

Also Nos. 4210, 5471. 

MRS. GERTRUDE YALE RYDER. 18028 

Born in Maiden, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Godfrey Ryder, M. D. 
Descendant of Corp. Moses Wilder. 



12 DAUGHTEBS OF THE AMERICAN BEV'OLCTICW. 



Dangiitcr of Rnfns M. Yale ami Rebecca Triphenia Wadcr, bis 
wife. 

Sec No. 18027. 

MISS. AGXES BEATRICE YALE. 18029 

Bom in Maiden, Massachnsetts. 
Descendant of Corp. Moses Wilder. 

Dangitter of Rnfns M. Yale and Rebecca Tripbema Wilder, Ids 
wife. 
See No. 18027. 

MRS. HATTIE M. jVIAXXING. 18030 

Bom in Claremont, New Ham^hire. 
Wife of Edward L. Manning. 

Descendant of Bri^. Gen. Joseph Badger, of Xew Hamp- 
shire. 

Dan^iter of Parker Freeman Emerson and Clara M. Badger, bis 
wife. 

Granddangbter of Thomas Cogswell Badger and Mary C. Crosbj, 
his -wife. 

Gr.-granddangfater of Maj. Peaslee Badger and Ljrdia Kelley, 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, 
wife. 

Joseph Badger, (1722-1803)^ was a member of the Provm- 
dal Congress and of the Town Convention that ratiiSed the 
state constitntion. He served as moster-master and was 
appointed, 1780, brigadier general of Xew Hampshire militia. 
He was bom in Haverhill, Mass., and &cd in Gilniantowii, 
N.H. 

Also Nos. jSii, I0Q34, 17334- 

MRS. ABBY B. HILLMAN. 18031 

Bom in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Beriah T. HiHman. 

I>escndant of Levi Maxey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horace M. Pierce and .\nna H. Maxey, his wife. 

Granddangbter of Henry Maxey and Lacy French, his wife. 

Or. -granddangbter of Levi Maxey and Roth Newell, bis wife. 

Levi Maxey, (1743-1827), enlisted, 1780, with the six 
month^s men to reenforce the Continental army. He was 
Bom in Attleboro and ^cd in Wrentham, Mass. 



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MRS. IDA BISSELL MARSH. 18032 

Born in Gill, Franklin County, Massachusetts. 
Wife of John F. Marsh. 
Descendant of Jonathan Marsh Bissell. 

Daughter of John Winthrop Bissell and Sophia Shepardson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Marsh Bissell and Submit Cushman, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Marsh Bissell, (1762-1850), served as a private in 
Capt. Ephraim Chapin's company and also under Capt. 
Joseph Browning in the Massachusetts militia. He was 
born in Windsor, Conn., and died in Stratton, Vt. 

MRS. CARRIE PIERCE HERRIG. 18033 

Born in Hollis, New Hampshire. 
Wife of George V. Herrig. 

Descendant of Joshua Davis, Jonas Gould, Phineas Hardy, 
Jesse Hardy, Abijah Wood, and Robert Colburn. 

Daughter of George Warren Pierce and Emma Amelia Wood, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ambrose Harvey Wood and Mary Ann Colburn, 
his wife; Leonidas Pierce and Susan Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phillip Wood and Dorothy Davis, his wife; 
William Colburn and Rebekah Hardy, his wife; Peter Warren Gould 
and Cynthia Flint, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Davis and Dorothy Wheeler, his 
wife; Robert Colburn, Jr., and Dorcas Upton, his wife; Jonas Gould 
and Elizabeth Waite, his wife; Jesse Hardy and Rebekah Bayley, 
his wife; Abijah Wood and Esther Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Colburn and Elizabeth Smith, 
his wife; Phineas Hardy and Abigail Gage (1726-1808), his wife (m. 

1749). 
Joshua Davis, (1744-1840), was at the siege of Boston and 

served under Capt. Noah Worcester and Capt. Daniel Emer- 
son. He was placed on the pension roll at eighty-eight. He 
was born in Townsend, Mass., and died in Mason, N. H. 

Jonas Gould, (1752-1819), served as a private in the Massa- 
chusetts militia. He suffered through life from a wound 
received in battle and in 1818 was placed on the pension roll. 
He was born in Groton, Conn., died in Norridgewock, Me. 

Phineas Hardy, (1726-1813), served at the garrison in 
Portsmouth. He was born in Bradford, Mass., and died in 



14 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

HoUis, N. H. His sons Phineas, Thomas, Noah and Jesse 
were soldiers in the Revolution. 

Also No. 15113. 

Abijah Wood, (1743-1819), served as a private at the battles 
of Lexington, Ticonderoga and Saratoga. He was born in 
Dracut, Mass., and died in Hollis, N. H. 

Also Nos. 63SS, 15240. 

Robert Colburn, (1717-83), served as a minute man from 
Hollis where he died. 

MRS. LURA B. WESTON. 18034 

Born in Greenfield, New Hampshire. 

Wife of D. Elmer Weston. 

Descendant of John Brooks, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of George W. Ross and Elmira Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Phelps and Polly Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks and Betsey Woods, his wife. 

John Brooks, (1760-1851), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign and was wounded at Stillwater. He reenlisted for one 
year as an artificer and at the age of seventy-two was placed 
on the pension roll as private and artificer of the New Hamp- 
shire Continental Line. He was born in Hollis and died in 
Hancock, N. H. 

MRS. EDITH JOSEPHINE TOWER GAMMOUS. 18035 

Born in Cohasset, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles W. Gammous. 
Descendant of Sergt. Abraham Tower, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward E. Tower and Charlotte M. B. Tower, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham H. Tower and Charlotte Bates, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Tower and Hannah Kent, his wife. 

Abraham Tower, (1752-1832), was of the Boston Tea Party, 
and served as corporal and sergeant in Capt. Job Cushing's 
company, 1775. He was born and died in Cohasset, Mass. 

Also No. 13426. 

MRS. FLORENCE NEWMAN PEIRSON. 18036 

Born in Lanesboro, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank Ensign Peirson. 



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Descendant of Judge Ebenezer Allen, Jonathan Curtiss and 
Richard Jacob, of Massachustts. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Newman (1731-1874) and Anna Hoyt 
Stedman (b. 1839}, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Allen Stedman (1813-1878) and Helen 
Hoyt, his wife; Samuel Newman and Pamelia Curtiss (1793-1864), 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Stedman and Milla Allen (1780-1821}, 
his wife; Jonathan Curtiss and Mary Jacob (1750-1813), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Allen and Esther Allen, his 
wife; Richard Jacob and Thankful Kellogg, his wife. 

Ebenezer Allen, (1758-1805), was a private in the Massa- 
chusetts militia and his wife received a pension for his ser- 
vice. He was born in Holliston, Mass., died in Newfane, Vt. 

Jonathan Curtiss, (1747- 1829), served in Col. John Ashley's 
Berkshire County regiment. He was born in Wallingford, 
Conn., and died in Sheffield, Mass. 

Also No. 13633. 

Richard Jacob, (1725-1809), served as a minute man in 
Berkshire county militia. He was born in Ipswich, Conn., 
and died in Sheffield, Mass. 

MRS. HARRIET OLIVIA SLOCUM. 18037 

Born in Sheffield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Tinker Slocum. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Denison, of Connecticut; Daniel 
Owen, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Billings Palmer and Harriet Davis Holbrook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sumner Holbrook and Olivia Primrose Davis, 
his wife; Henry Palmer and Hannah Denison, his second wife (m. 
1798). 

Gr. -granddaughter of Amos Holbrook and Lydia Owen, his wife; 
Nathaniel Denison and his wife (m. 1767). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Owen and Hannah Angel, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Denison, (1748-95), served as soldier in the Rev- 
olution, and the gun he carried is now in the family. He 
was born in Stonington and was lost at sea. 

Daniel Owen, (1744-95), was a Deputy to the General 
Court, 1775; member of the Committee of Safety, 1776, and 
assistant to the Governor of Rhode Island, 1781. 

18038 



l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. JULIA MITCHELL WESTON. 18039 

Born in Cummington, Massahusetts. 
Wife of Byron Weston. 

Descendant of Col. Edward Mitchell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Clark Ward Mitchell and Ellen T. Shaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Mitchell and Lucinda Brewster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Mitchell (1750-1837) and Elizabeth 
Ward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Gushing, 
his wife (m. 1738). 

Edward Mitchell, (1716-1801), served as colonel of militia 

from 1774 to 1779 when he resigned on account of age. He 

was born and died in East Bridgewater, Mass. 

MRS. OLIVIA LOVELL WILSON. 18040 

Born in Glendale, Hamilton County, Ohio. 
Wife of H. Neill Wilson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Downes and of Sergt. Jesse 
Downes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Oliver S. Lovell and Sarah Jane Russell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Oliver Lovell and Clarissa Downes, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Downes and Naomi Tannt, his wife (m. 

1784). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Downes and Miriam Jordan, his 
first wife (m. 1763). 

Edward Downes, (1742-1800), was a minute man from 
Stoughton at the Lexington Alarm. 

Also Nos. 11979, 13652. 

Jessie Downes, (1764-1826), entered the army as a private 
at sixteen; served several enlistments and was sergeant at 
the close of the war. He was bom in Norfolk Co., Mass., 
and died in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

MISS MARY AMITTAI BRADFORD. 18041 

Born in Madison, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Col. George Williams, Capt. John King and 

John King, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horace. Bradford and Hannah King Hall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Soranus Hall and Sarah Anne Williams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philo Williams and Amittai Hart Blake, his 
wife; Amos Hall and Susannah King, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Macy Williams and Sarah Williams, his 
wife; John King, Jr., and Hannah Randall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Williams and Sarah Hodges, 
his wife; John King and Katharine Leonard, his wife. 

George Williams, (1717-1803), was commissioned colonel 
of the Third Bristol county regiment, 1776, and served three 
years. He was bom in Taunton where he died. 

Also Nos. 15729, 17541. 

John King, (1731-1814), raised and equipped a company at 

his own expense and served at the siege of Boston, and with 
him was his son John. He was born and died in Raynham. 
Also No. 3193. 

MRS. EMMA JOSEPHINE NOYES IRELAND. 18042 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Jere R. Ireland. 

Descendant of Capt. John Noyes and of Abraham Thurlo, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Washington Noyes and Mary Elizabeth 
Noyes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Noyes and Mehitable Foster, his wife; 
Josiah Plumer Noyes and Patience Thurlo, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Noyes and Mary Wyatt, his wife ; Paul 
Thurlo and Hannah Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Thurlo and Lydia Bojmton, his 
wife. 

John Noyes, (1740-84), was a minute man at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He served as second lieutenant at Bunker Hill 
and was commissioned captain, 1777, in Col. Samuel John- 
son's regiment. He was born in Newbury where he died. 

Abraham Thurlo, (1743-86), was a private at the siege of 
Boston and served several enlistments under different com- 
mands. He was bom and died in Newbury, Mass. 

Also Nos. 149961 16935. 

MRS. NANCY BRADLEY THOMAS HERDMAN. 18043 

Bom in Marietta, Ohio. 
Wife of William James Herdman. 

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. 

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l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Moses McFarland, Jr., and Sallie Bradley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses McFarland and Eunice Clark, 
his wife. 

i Moses McFarland, (1738-1802), was wounded at Bunker 

Hill where he commanded a company under Col. John Nixon. 
He was captain of Continental infantry, 1776, and was trans- 
ferred to the invalid regiment, 1779. He was born in Lon- 
donderry, N. H., and died in Haverhill, Mass. 
Also Nos. 4922, 13226. 

18044 

1804s 
MRS. JEANETTE CAMERON AYRES. 18046 

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 
Wife of James B. Ayres. 
Descendant of Lemuel Paul, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Cameron and Sarah Paul, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lemuel Paul, Jr., and Betsey Sperry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Paul and Ruth Jones, his wife. 
Lemuel Paul, (1761-18x5), served as a private at alarms. 
Also Nos. 12328, 13241, 17937. 

MRS. HELEN JANE LANSING. 18047 

Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 
Wife of Francis E. Lansing. 
Descendant of Josiah Moseley and of Malachi Maynard, of 

j Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Sumner Maynard and Julia Guiteau, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Maynard and Raney Moseley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Moseley and Abigail Holt, his wife; 
Malachi Maynard and Elizabeth Hines, his wife. 

Josiah Moseley, (1748-1826), marched from Pittsfield as a 
private to serve in the Canadian campaign under Capt. James 
Noble. He was born in Westiield and died in Pittsfield. 

Malachi Maynard, (1745-1824), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety and served as a minute man 1775, in Capt. 
Robert Oliver's company. He was born in Westboro and 
died in Conway, Mass. 

MRS. CATHERINE DREISBACH HAMMOND. 18048 

Born in Sparta, New York. 
Wife of Lester B. Hammond. 



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Descendant of Capt. Adam Zerfass, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Peter Dreisbach and Hannah Zerfass (1807-1869), his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Zerfass (1772-1837) and Hannah 
Kanause (1783-1845), his wife (m. 1802). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Zerfass and Elizabeth Shafer, his wife 
(m. 1768). 

Adam Zerfass was a captain in the battles of Brandywine 
and Germantown, and subsequently proved efficient in the 
Indian service. He was born in Germany, 1742, and died in 
Pennsylvania. 

MRS. MARY E. ALLEN KIRK. 18049 

Born in Ellsworth, Ohio. 

Wife of R. A. Kirk. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezra Kinne and of Asa Witter, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Martin Allen and Lucy M. Fitch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Allen and Bessy Witter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Witter and Joanna Kinne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Kinne and Sarah Dennison, his 
wife. 

See No. 18012. 

MISS CATHERINE E. PUTNAM. 18050 

Born in Troy, Wis. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Israel Putnam, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Day Putnam and Catherine Helen Putnam, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hutchinson Putnam and Eliza Putnam, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Putnam (b. 1783) and Mary Spald- 
ing, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Putnam (b. 1759) and Catherine 
Hutchinson, his wife (m. 1782). 

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

Israel Putnam, (1718-90), was one of the four major gen- 
erals first appointed by Congress, 1775. 

Also Nos. 188, 120$, 2091, 3285, 4155, 7651, 8276, 9193, 10006, 12286, 
15536, 16202. 



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MISS MARY PLATT BIRDSEYE. 1805 1 

Born in Nevada, Missouri. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Birdseye, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Tifft Birdseye and Mary Ursula Manahan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gould Piatt Birdseye and Mary Augusta Lane, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Gould Birdseye and Polly Piatt, 
his wife. 

Gr-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Birdseye and Dinah Blakerhart, 
his wife. 

Joseph Birdseye, (1740-1817), served as a captain, 1777. 

Also Nos. 3680, 4386, 6212, 8955, 17077. 

MRS. ELIZABETH HAAS LOWRIE. 18052 

Born in Union Mills, Indiana. 
Wife of Rev. Matthew B. Lowrie. 
Descendant of Ens. Ambrose Everts, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Goode Haas and Sarah Heywood Everts, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silvanus Everts, M. D., and Elizabeth Heywood, 
his wife. 

Gr-granddaughter of Ambrose Everts and Achsa Bingham, his 
wife. 

Ambrose Everts, (1759-1800), served as sergeant at the 
Lexington Alarm and was appointed ensign of the Sixth 
Company of the Alarm list, 1778. He was born in Guilford, 
Conn., and died in Ohio. 

MRS. JENNIE WHITE BURLEIGH. 18053 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 
Wife of William R. Burleigh. 
Descendant of Phine^s Aiken and of Isaac Riddle, of New 

Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. White and Jane Aiken Riddle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Riddle, Jr. (b. 1793) and Betsey Aiken, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Riddle and Ann Aiken, his wife; 
Phineas Aiken and Elizabeth Patterson, his wife. 

Phineas Aiken, (1761-1836), served at West Point in the 
New Hampshire militia commanded by Col. Moses Nichols. 
He was born and died in Bedford, N. H. 



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Isaac Riddle, (1762-1830), at the age of eighteen, enlisted 
from Bedford in Capt. James Kidder's company, Col. Moses 
Nichols' regiment. 
Also No. 1 1 124. 

MRS. JUDITH CALVINA PRESCOTT. 18054 

Born in Deerfield, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Stephen Prescott, Jr. 

Descendant of Maj. Ezekiel Worthen, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Enoch James and Judith Bates Marden, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John James and Hannah Worthen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Worthen and Hannah Currier, his 
wife. 

Ezekiel Worthen, (1710-83), who had fought in the early 

wars was appointed by the committee, 1775, to organize 

companies, build forts and defend the narrows. He was 

bom and died in Kensington, N. H. 

MISS CORNELIA A. JAMES. 18055 

Born in Deerfield, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Maj. Ezekiel Worthen. 

Daughter of Enoch James and Judith Bates Marden, his wife. 
See No. 18054. 

MRS. HELEN DAVIS HOOD. 18056 

Born in Lowell, Mass. 
Wife of Gilbert H. Hood. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Peabody, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan S. Davis and Emily Peabody, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Peabody and Mary Gilchrist, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Peabody and Betsey Cole, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Peabody and Hepzebah Barker, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Peabody, (1727-78), was a minute man in Capt. 
John Ciishing^s company, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment 
at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Box- 
ford. 

MRS. LILLA CROMBIE MILLS. 18057 

Bom in Nashua, New Hampshire. 
Wife of George H. Mills. 



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of James Crombie, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Crombie and Eliza Patten, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Crombie and Lydia Clark, his wife; Sam- 
uel Patten and Mary Crombie, his wife. 
Or. -granddaughter of James Crombie and Jane Clark, his wife. 
James Crombie served in the New Hampshire militia. 
Also Nos. 15111, 16981. 

MRS. FLORENCE DEXTER SPALDING. 18058 

Born in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. 
Wife of William Edward Spalding. 
Descendant of Ens. Abraham Pierson, Dodo Pierson, 

Eleazer Gaylord and Jacob Sargeant, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Douglass Dexter and Julia Bush, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Haskell Dexter and Lydia Pierson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Seward Pierson, M. D., and Nancy 
Sargeant, his wife; Seth Dexter and Sylvia Gaylord (b. 1787), his 
wife (m. 1808). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Pierson and Lydia Redfield, 
his wife; Eleazer Gaylord and Sylvia Clark, his wife (m. 1780); 
Jacob Sargeant and Olive Paine, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dodo Pierson and Mary Seward, his 
wife. 

Abraham Pierson, (1756-1823), served as sergeant at the 

New Haven Alarm and in 1783 held the rank of ensign. He 
was born and died in Killingworth. 

Dodo Pierson, (1724-1896), served in the Connecticut niil- 
itia at Peekskill, 1777. He was born and died in Killing- 
worth, Conn. 

Eleazer Gaylord, (1753-1817), was a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Windsor. 

Jacob Sargeant was placed on the pension roll of Hart- 
ford Co., 1832, for service as artificer in the Connecticut 
Continental Line. 

Also Nos. 2589, 2590. 

MRS. BESSIE R. BALCOM ROSSITER. 18059 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Leonard J. Rossiter. 

Descendant of Micah Balcom, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William S. Balcom and Mary Bellas, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of George L. Balcom and Anna West, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Balcom and Mary Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Micah Balcom and Betsey Cutter, his 
wife. 

Micah Balcom, (1757-1858), was a private in Capt. John 
Gleason's company, Col. Jonathan Whitney's regiment. He 
was born in Sudbury and died in Methuen, Mass. 

MISS ETTA ESTHER CHANDLER. 18060 

Born in Newport, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Samuel Gunnison. 
Daughter of Ira F. Chandler and Ellen Wright, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Chandler and Lucy Marston, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chandler and Mary Lane, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chandler and Margaret, Gunni- 
son, his wife. 
See No. 18880. 

MISS CARRIE ISABEL DUTTON. 18061 

Born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Df. David Taylor. 

Daughter of David Spencer Dutton and Hannah Hannaford Tay- 
lor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Taylor, Jr., and Catherine Newell Bragg, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. David Taylor and Hannah Hannaford, 
his wife. 

David Taylor, (1742-1822), was appointed surgeon, 1776, 
of Col. Jonathan Reed's New Hampshire regiment raised to 
i reenforce the army in Canada. Ite served in 1777 in the leg- 

islature of New Hampshire. He was bom in Lunenburg, 
Mass., and died in Charlestown, N. H. 
Also No. 10088. 

MRS. AGNES GRAVES COBURN. 18062 

Born in Langdon, New Hampshire. 
Wife of P. P. Coburn. 

Descendant of Lieut. Luther Graves, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joshua Leiand Graves and Caroline Elizabeth Strow, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Jewett Graves and Mary Leiand, his wife. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Graves and Pheba Jewett, his wife 
(m. 1772). 

Luther Graves, (1749-1790), served as sergeant in Capt. 
Samuel Sawyer's company, Col. John Whitcomb's regiment 
and as lieutenant under Capt. Ephraim Steam. He was bom 
and died in Lancaster, Mass. 



MRS. MARY ISABELLE REDFIELD HALL. 18063 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Israel D. Hall. 
Descendant of Dr. Edward Ainsworth. 

Daughter of Sylvanus F. Redfield and Mary Ann Eggleston, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvanus Redfield and Isabella Sybil Ainsworth, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Ainsworth and Sybil Childs, his 
wife. 

Edward Ainsworth, (1729- 1806), served from Claremont 
as a private at the Ticonderoga Alarm, 1777. He was boiti 
in Woodstock, Conn., and died in Claremont, N. H. 

Also Nos. 15953, 17314. 

MRS. JULIA MARIA INGALLS KING. 18064 

Born in Alsted, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Aaron King. 

Descendant of Samuel Slade and of Silas Angier, of New 
Hampshire. 

Daughter of Francis Jefferson Ingalls and Orilla H. Slade, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Slade and Eunice Angier, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Angier and Eunice Johnson, his 
wife; Samuel Slade and Hannah Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Angier and Elizabeth Drury, his 
wife. 

Samuel Slade, (1762-1859), served in Rhode Island in the 
New Hampshire militia, 1779, under Capt. Ephraim Stone 
and Col. Hercules Mooney. He was born in Windsor, 
Conn., and died in Alstead, N. H. 

Silas Angier, (1731-1808), was a volunteer in Capt. Ger- 
sham Drury 's company of New Hampshire militia. He was 
born in Mass., and died in Fitzwilliam, N. H. 



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MRS. FIDELIA STRAW KEMPTON. 18065 

Born in Newbury, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Jerry Kempton. 
Descendant of Samuel Gunnison. 
Daughter of John Straw and Alice Gunnison, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Gunnison and Darcus Cutts, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gunnison and Alice Fernald, his 
wife. 
See. No. 18880. 

MRS. MINNIE ADELPHIA LADD LEETE. 18066 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Clarence M. Leete. 

Descendant of Daniel Ladd, Nathaniel Ladd and Asa Hol- 
brook. 

Daughter of William Milo Ladd and Adelphia Converse Parkhurst, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Parkhurst and Abigail Holbrook, his 
wife; Dudley Ladd and Louisa Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Holbrook and Adelia Chase, his 
wife; Nathaniel Ladd and Sally Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Holbrook and Nabby Stacy, his 

wife (m. 1760) ; Daniel Ladd and Johanna Dudley, his wife (m. 1748). 

Daniel Ladd signed the Association Test and served as 

selectman of Deerfield, 1775-76. He was born in Kingston, 

N. H., 1725. 

Nathaniel Ladd, (1753-1824), was a signer of the Associa- 
tion Test and served as a minute man. He was born and 
died in Unity, N. H. 

Asa Holbrook, (1737-1813), served as a private through- 
out the war, in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in 
Brimfield, Mass., and removed to Townsend, Vt., 1780. His 
brothers Eli atid Abner also served as privates. 

MRS. MARY WILSON PUTNAM LONG. 18067 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of George F. Long. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Cook. 

Daitghter of Hiram Putnam and Laura Augusta Cook, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George F. Cook and Tamasin Wilson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Cook and Molly Godfrey, his wife. 
John Cook, (1735-1810), served as ensign and lieutenant in 



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Capt. Macey Williams' company, Col. Timothy Walker's regi- 
ment, of Bristol County Massachusetts militia, 1775. He was 
born in Norton, Mass., died in Claremont, N. H. 
Also No. 14206. 

MRS. ABBIE C. AINSWORTH NOTT. 18068 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Melvin Nott. 
Descendant of Edward Ainsworth and of Timothy Cowles. 

Daughter of Edward Ainsworth and Caroline Hubbard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Solomon Hubbard and Amarilla Cowles, his 
wife; Walter Ainsworth and Rosamond Blodgett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Cowles and Sarah Stilson, his wife 
(m. 1783) ; Edward Ainsworth and Sybil Childs, his wife. 

See No. 18063. 

Timothy Cowles, (1754-1832), served as a private under 
Capt. Elias Dunning, 13th regiment of Connecticut militia, 
1776. He was born in Connecticut and removed to New 
Hampshire, 1779, where he died. 

MRS. ALICE ELIZABETH HALL SCOTT. 18069 

Born in Plainfield, New Hampshire. 
Wife of John L. Scott. 

Descendant of Dr. Edward Ainsworth, of New Hampshire ; 
Jonathan Hall, and Willis Hall, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Israel D. Hall and Mary Isabella Redfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Hall and Elizabeth Deming, his wife; 
Sylvanus F. Redfield and Mary Ann Eggleston, his wife. 

See No. 18063. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hall and Mercy Cady, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Willis Hall and Anna Coye, his second 
wife. 

Jonathan Hall, (1757-1845), was aide to his brother Willis 
at the surrender of Burgoyne. He received a pension at 
seventy-five as a private of Massachusetts militia. He was 
captain of Revolutionary veterans when Lafayette visited 
Windsor, Vt., in 1825. He was born in Sutton, Mass., and 
died in Windsor, Vt. 

Willis Hall, (1720-1800), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety and of the General Court. He was born in Med- 
ford and died in Sutton. His sons Jonathan, Jacob and 
Willis served in the army. 



LIN^G^ BOOK. 27 



MRS. LOUISE GATES SISSON. 18070 

Born in Lyndon, Vermont. 
Wife of William H. Sisson. 

Descendant of Jonathan Gates, of Massachusetts, and Syl- 
vanus Titus, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Gates and Hannah Bean, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Gates and Lovina Titus, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Gates and Kate Morse, his wife; 
Sylvanus Titus. 
Jonathan Gates, of Hubbardston, served as a private, 1776, 

in the Massachusetts militia at Dorchester under Capt. Ezekiel 

Knowlton. He was born in Rutland, Mass. 

Sylvanus Titus served at the Ticonderoga Alarm, 1777, in 

the New Hampshire militia under Col. John Bellows. He 

died in Walpole and his will is on file in Keene, N. H. 

MISS MARY ELIZA WHITCOMB. 18071 

Bom in Claremont, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Jacob Whitcomb. 

Daughter of Francis Whitcomb and Hannah L. Stevens, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Whitcomb and Eliza F. Davis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Whitcomb and Olive Wetherbee, his 
wife. 

Jacob Whitcomb, (1743-1823), served as a minute man 
from Warner and was a signer of the Association Test. He 
was born in Stow, Mass., and died in Warner, N. H. 

MRS. HATTIE M. REDFIELD WEED. 18072 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Charles H. Weed. 

Descendant of Dr. Edward Ainsworth, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Sylvanus F. Redfield and Mary Ann Eggleston, his 
wife. 
See No. 18063. 

MRS. MARY ASHLEY SMITH. 18073 

Wife of Willard M. Smith, D. D. S. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Ashley and Lieut. Samuel 

Ashley, Jr. 
Daughter of Oliver Ashley and Catherine Ainsworth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Ashley and Roccena Goss, his wife. 



28 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■ , . ■ ,i 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ashley, Jr., and Lydia Doolittle, 
his wife (m. 1770). 

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

Samuel Ashley, (1720-92), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety, 1775, and was appointed colonel of the 13th 
regiment, 1777. He was born in Northfield, Mass., and died 
in Claremont, N. H., where a chapter is named in his honor. 

Samuel Ashley," Jr., (1747-1820), served as lieutenant of 
the company from Claremont. 

Also Nos. 7927, 11510, 14008. 

MRS. EMMA JANE STEVENS TOLLES. 18074 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Lawrence A. Tolles. 

Descendant of Elihu Stevens, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Linos Stevens and Jerusha Hurlburt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Meigs Stevens and Lucretia Evarts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Stevens and Rachel Meigs, his wife. 

Elihu Stevens, (1731-1814), served as a member of the 
Provincial Congress of New Hampshire, 1776-78, and of the 
Committee of Safety. He was bom in Guilford, Conn., and 
died in Claremont, N. H. 

Also No. 7452. 

MRS. ELIZABETH SHELDON OWEN. 18075 

Born in Summerville, South Carolina. 

Widow of Rev. Henry James Owen. 

Descendant of Jonathan Frost, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Sheldon and Martha Lyman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Sheldon and Dorcas Frost, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Frost and Patience Frost, his wife. 

Jonathan Frost, (1751-80), served as a private in Col. Israel 
Chapin's regiment, 1779, and reenlisted for three year^ under 
Capt. Jonathan Maynard. He was born in Westhampton, 
Mass., and died in service at West Point, N. Y, 

MISS MARTHA WARING SHELDON. 18076 

Born in Burlington, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Jonathan Frost, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Sheldon and Martha Lyman, his wife. 
See No. 18075. 



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MISS FLORENCE WHITTLESEY THOMPSON. 18077 

Born in Delaware, Ohio. 
Descendant of David Post, of New Jersey; Capt. Abraham 
Williams, and Nathaniel Lord, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Post Thompson and Amelia Marcia Whittle- 
sey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Ridgeley Thompson (1816-1879) and 
Eliza Enlow (1818-92), his wife; John Whittlesey and Marcia Me- 
rinda Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Enlow (1794- 1864) and Margaret Post, 
his wife; Nathan Williams and Lois Lord (1782-1838), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Post and Elizabeth McCollom, 
his wife; Nathaniel Lord and Abigail Barnes, his wife; Abraham 
Williams and Vesta Hunt, his wife. 

David Post, (1751-1846), was a minute man from Morris 
county, N. J. In his old age he was placed on the pension 
roll of Richland Co., Ohio, where he died. 

Also Nos. 15222, 16565. 

Abraham Williams, (1726-1804), served as lieutenant and 
captain in the Massachusetts militia. 

Nathaniel Lord, (1755-1842), served as a minute man. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE KNAPP LESTER. 18078 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Wife of George B. Lester. 

Descendant of John Newcomb. 

Daughter of James G. Knapp and Melissa Stone Moffatt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Turner Knapp and Theoda Newcomb, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Newcomb and T'heoda Hunt, his wife. 

John Newcomb, (1760-1822), was a conductor of trains for 
transportation of supplies from Lebanon to the Continental 
army. He was born in Lebanon, Conn., and died in Scipio, 
Cayuga Co., N. Y. 

MRS. CAROLINE BEARDSLEY WOODRUFF. 18079 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Wife of John Hermon Woodruff. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Gurdon Saltonstall, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Alonzo Glover Beardsley and Anna Phillips Porter, 
his wife. 



30 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Porter and Abigail Martha Phillips, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thompson Phillips and Abigail Chesebro 
Mumford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Mumford and Rebecca Saltonstall, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gurdon Saltonstall and Rebecca Win- 
throp, his wife (m. 1732). 

Gurdon Saltonstall, (1708-85), a graduate of Yale, was col- 
onel of militia, 1776, and brigadier general when he retired in 
1777. He was bom in New London, died in Norwich. His 
sons Winthrop, Dudley and Gilbert served in the army. 

Also Nos. 1551, 9543, 15424- 

MRS. ELIZABETH L. HASBROUCK DE LAMATER. 18080 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of O. R. De Lamater. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck, 2nd, and of 
Lieut. Col. Joseph Hasbrouck, of New York. 

Daughter of Price W. Hasbrouck and Annie Osborn Pierson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Hosbrouck and Mary C. Tremper, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Hasbrouck and Abigail Lawrence, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hasbrouck and Elizabeth Bevier, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Hasbrouck and Catherine 
Bruyn, his wife. 

Abraham Hasbrouck, (1707-91), was lieutenant colonel of 
militia, 1775, and colonel, 1776. He served in the Assembly 
and the Provincial Congress. He was born in Guilford, N. Y., 
and died in Kingston, N. Y. 

Joseph Hasbrouck, (1744-1808), was major of the Third 
Ulster county regiment when promoted lieutenant colonel. 
His farm at New Paltz was the depot of supplies when the 
army was at New Windsor. 

Also Nos. 620, 1436, 2172, 4967, 7938, 8246, 9258, 1 1240, 12888, 16403. 

MRS. MAY HASBROUCK RUM9EY. 18081 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of S. M. Rumsey. 



LINEAGE BCX>K. 3I 



Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck and of Lieut. Col. 
Joseph Hasbrouck. 

Daughter of George Sharpe Hasbrouck and Caroline Queen Sher- 
wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Hasbrouck and Mary C. Tremper, his 
wife. 

See No. 18080. 

MISS SARA LOUISE FALCONER. 18082 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. John Falconer, of New York. 

Daughter of William H. Falconer and Margaret C. McLean, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Falconer and Rebecca Lucas, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Falconer and Catherine Fisher, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Falconer and Elizabeth Purdy, his 
wife. 

John Falconer, (1747-1831), commanded a company of mil- 
itia from White Plains. He was captured and confined six 
months on the "Jersey" prison ship. 

Also Nos. 315, 1059, 7455. 

MRS. EMILY MALTBY COPP. 18083 

Born in Ohio County, West Virginia. 

Wife of William Amasa Copp. 

Descendant of Col. Edward Russell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Caleb Smith Maltby and Mary ^eese Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of De Grasse Maltby and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Caleb Smith and Sarah Russell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Russell and Sarah Maltby (1729- 
1818), his wife. 

Edward Russell, (1733-1819), was captain of a company 
at the battle of Long Island, and commanded a regiment in 
Tryon's invasion. He also gave valuable civil service. He 
was born in Branford, where he and his wife are buried. 

Also Nos. 7410, 10205, 12407, 13187. 

MRS. ELLA CRANE PECK. 18084 

Born in Norwich, Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles P. B. Peck. 



32 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Capt. Timothy Parker, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Walter Farnsworth Parker and Sarah Catharine 
Hartt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Fitch Parker and Susan Cross Clark, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Parker and Deborah Lester, his 
wife. 

Timothy Parker, (1735-97), was captain in the merchant 
service when captured in 1776, and when released, com- 
manded the "Oliver Cromwell." He made several success- 
ful cruises and took many prizes, but in 1778 was obliged to 
surrender to a superior force. He was confined on a Brit- 
ish prison ship until exchanged when he took command of 
the privateer "Scourge." He was born in Falmouth, Mass., 
and died in Norwich, Conn. 

Also Nos. 4801, 5319. 

MISS ELIZABETH DE HASS FALCONER. 18085 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. John Falconer, of New York. 
Daughter of William H. Falconer and Margaret C. McLean, his 
wife. 
See No. 18082. 

MISS IDA AUGUSTA BATCHELDER. 18086 

Born in Herkimer, New York. 

Descendant of Samuel Batchelder and of Samuel Batch- 
elder, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Mark Batchelder and Gertrude Ann Streeter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Batchelder, Jr., and Nancy Low, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Batchelder and Sarah Drake, his 
wife. 

Samuel Batchelder, (1713-97), served as a private in the 
New Hampshire militia. He was born in Hampton, Mass., 
and died in Northwood, N. H. 

Samuel Batchelder, Jr., (1757-1817), served as a musician in 
the Burgoyne campaign under Captain Moses Leavitt and 
Col. Abraham Drake. He was born and died in Northwood. 

Also Nos. 14283, 16517. 



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MRS. CARRIE STEELE BELL. 18087 

Born in German Flats, New York. 

Wife of Charles Bell. 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Ittig, of New York. 

Daughter of Jeremiah J. Steele and Mary Edick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Edick (Ittick) and Catherine Hess, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Ittick (Ittig) and Dorothy Flagg, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Ittig and Catherine Orendorf, 
his wife. 

Michael Ittig, (1734-1806), commanded a company in Col. 
Peter Bellinger's regiment of Tryon county militia, 1778. 
He was born and died in German Flats. 

MRS. SARAH AMBLER BUTTON. 18088 

Born in Huntington, Vermont. 

Wife of William M. Button. 

Descendant of James Ambler, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Selah Ambler and Charlotte Caswell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Ambler and Theodora Seeley, his wife. 

James Ambler, (1754-1839), was placed on the pension roll 
of Chittenden Co., Vt., at the age of seventy-seven for service 
as private in the Connecticut State troops. He was born in 
Rutland and died in Huntington, Vt. 

MRS. MABEL MUNGER STEELE. 18089 

Born in Ellisburgh, New York. 

Wife of Robert Etheridge Steele. 

Descendant of -Capt. Jesse Sawyer. 

Daughter of Henry G. Hunger and Ellen A. Searles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William T. Searles and Lucinda B. White, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ward B. White and Arvilla Bicknell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin White and Betsey Sawyer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Sawyer and Catharine White, 
his wife. 

Jesse Sawyer commanded a company of Vermont rangers. 

He was born in Bennington, Vt., died in Walton, N. Y., 1829. 
Also Nos. 13637, 15184. 
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34 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



MRS. MAUD F. BECKWITH BOAG. 18090 

Born in Leroy, New York. 

Wife of William Boag. 

Descendant of Judge Gideon Olin, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Julius Dyer Beckwith and Mary Belle Ray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John '^H. Beckwith and Sarah Ann Dyer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Dyer and Betsey Reynolds, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Dyer and Susannah Olin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Olin and Patience Dwinell. 

Gideon Olin, (1743-1823), removed to Vermont, 1776, and 
was major of Green Mountain Boys at Bennington. He was 
a member of Assembly, Speaker seven sessions, and on the 
bench at the close of the war. He was born in East Green- 
wich, R. I., and died in Shaftsbury, Vt. 

Also Nos. 236, 7381, 1 1662. 



MRS. .IDA EVELYN CANFIELD FESSENDEN. 18091 

Born in Fort Plain, New York. 

Wife of Robert Fessenden. 
Descendant of Daniel Canfield. 

Daughter of Lucius M. Canfield and Calista Van Camp, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Canfield (b. 1814) and Angeline Pike, 
. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rama Canfield and Sally Doolittle, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Canfield and Ruth Stevens, his 
wife. 

Daniel Canfield, (1761-1841), enlisted as an artificer in 1779. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Berkshire Co., Mass., 
1 81 8, for service in the Massachusetts Line. He died in 
Lenox, Mass. 

MISS LILLIAN LESTER GREENE. 18092 

Born in Little Falls, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. George Herkimer, of New York. 

Daughter of Horace Lester Greene and Anna Lydia Beach, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lester Greene and Emily Herkimer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Herkimer and Eunice Trowbridge, 
his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Herkimer and Alida Schuyler, 
his wife. 

George Herkimer commanded a company of minute men 
at the battle of Oriskany under his brother Nicholas. He 
died in Herkimer county, 1786. 

Also Nos. 2930, yyjT, 13584, 15156. 

MISS JESSIE R. TANNER. 18093 

Born in Ilion, New York. 

Descendant of John Snow. 

Daughter of Alonzo Eugene Tanner and Mary L. Tanner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Tanner and Lois Emeline Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Snow. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Snow and Hannah Parker, his first 
wife. 

John Snow, (1760-1841), served as a private in the Mas- 
sachusetts militia and received a pension at the age of 
seventy-two. He was born in Sterling, Mass., and died in 
Dublin, N. H. 

Also No. 12376. 

MRS. MARION E. GIFFORD WOOD. 18094 

Born in Otsego County, New York. 

Wife of Charles J. Wood. 

Descendant of John Secor, of New York. 

Daughter of John Gifford and Amelia Randall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Gifford and Esther Secor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Secor and Mary Secor, his wife. 

John Secor, (1762-1845), enlisted from Haverstraw under 
Col. Samuel Thompson. He applied for a pension from Ot- 
sego county at sixty-nine and it was allowed for eighteen 
months' actual service as a private in the New York militia. 

MRS. VINA BARKER YERDON. 18095 

Born in Province of Ontario, Canada. 
Wife of William Yerdon. 
Descendant of Capt. Gideon Hinman and of Moses Hin- 

man. 

Daughter of John Barker and Mary Brintnall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Asa Brintnall and Mary Hinman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Hinman and Mary Shaw, his wife. 



36 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REV0I<UTI0N. 

■ 'Ill- ■ 1.1 .1 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Hinman and Hannah Curtis, his 
wife. 

Gideon Hinman was commissioned captain of the 2ist 
Company Berkshire county militia, 1776. He was bom 
in Woodbury, Conn., 1725, and lived in Lanesboro, Mass., 
during the Revolution. 

Moses Hinman, (1755-1836), served in Capt. Daniel 
Brown's company. Col. Benjamin Simonds' regiment of 
Berkshire county militia, as did also his brother Gideon. 
He removed to Oneida Co., N. Y., 1778, and died in Col- 
borne, Canada. 

MRS. SOPHIE LESTER CRAWFORD. 18096 

Born in Nassua, New York. 

Wife of A. H. Crawford, M. D. 

Descendant of Guy Lester, of New York. 

Daughter of Merriman J. Lester and Mary Tifft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Merriman Lester and Margaret Walker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Guy Lester and Cynthia Lawrence, his wife. 

Guy Lester, (1760-1845), entered the army at sixteen in the 
artillery and served from Long Island to Yorktown. He was 
placed on the pension roll of Columbia Co., N. Y., in 1818 for 
service as private in the New York Line. He was bom in New 
London, Conn., and died in Chatham, N. Y. 

Also No. 606. 

MRS. LULU CHOATE DAGGETT. 18097 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of B. Byron Daggett. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Choate. 

Daughter of Rufus M. Choate and Ellen Strickler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Choate and Mehitable Blanchard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Choate and Betsey Choate, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Choate and Elizabeth Low, his 
wife. 

Isaac Choate, (1733-1813), served as sergeant of Leices- 
ter minute men at the Lexington Alarm under Capt Thomas 
Newhall. He served as second lieutenant of Worcester county 
militia in Capt. Benjamin Richardson's company, 1776. He 
was born in Chebacco, Mass. ; died in Pownell, Vt. 



LINH^GE BOOK. 37 



MRS. FRANCES DEMAREST SEARS. 18098 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Edwin Pearsons Sears. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Demarest, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Casey Demarest and Eliza Brown Sanders, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Demarest and Elizabeth Pierce Casey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Demarest and Margaret Van 
Vechten, his wife. 

Samuel Demarest, (1740-1830), was sergeant in 1776; 

lieutenant 1777; commissioned captain of Bergen county 

>m!ilitia 1779, ^^^ served to the end of the war. He was 

bom in France and died in Hackensack, N. J., where his 

stone house is still standing. 

MRS. ELIZA OTTO UNDERBILL. 18099 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Francis Jay Underbill. 

Descendant of Dr. Bodo Otto, Dr. Bodo Otto, Jr., and John 
Cobum, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Otto and Eliza Shipman Corning, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Schweighauser Otto and Phoebe White- 
head, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bodo Otto, Jr., and Catharine Schweig- 
hauser, his wife; James Whitehead and Hannah Coburn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bodo Otto and Catharine Dorotha 
Doehenken, his wife; John Coburn and Hannah Monroe (1737-1795), 
his wife. 

Bodo Otto, (1709-87), was delegate to the Provincial Con- 
ference, 1776. He volunteered as surgeon and was at Valley 
Forge, and served as seiiior surgeon to the close of the war. 
He was bom in Germany and died in Reading, Pa. 

Bodo Otto, Jr., (1748-82), served as surgeon in the Flying 
Camp, 1776. He was appointed colonel of the ist Gloucester, 
N. J., Battalion, 1777, and was subsequently elected to the 
Senate. He was bom in Hanover, Germany, died from ex- 
posure in service in Swedesboro, N. J. 

Also Nos. 6065, 6876, 13753. 

John Coburn, (1724-1808), was paid three hundred pounds 
by the Committee of Safety of Philadelphia for sinking the 
Chevaux-de-Friez, near Fort Island. 



38 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. LAVINIA STEELE WILLIAMS. 18100 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Robert Lee Williams. 

Descendant of Zenas Barker. 

Daughter of Oliver Gray Steele and Sarah Evelyn Hull, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hull and Nancy Barker, his wife. 

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

Zenas Barker, (1765-1834), enlisted at sixteen in Capt.* 
James Cannon's company. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Erie Co., N. Y., at the age of sixty-six, for service 
of private in the new York Continental line. He was born 
in Connecticut and died in Buffalo, N. Y. 

Also No. 4108. 

MRS. MARY PATTY ARNETT CHAMBERLAIN. 18101 

Born in Oswego, New York. 

Wife of Edgar W. Chamberlain. 

Descendant of Hannah White Arnett and of David Hedges. 

Daughter of William H. Arnett and Cornelia P. Chapman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Arnett and Mary Hedges, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Hedges and Charity Howell, his wife; 
Isaac Arnett and Hannah White Arnett, his wife. 

Hannah White Arnett, (1733-1824), was a patriot of the 
Revolution and a Chapter is named in her honor. She was 
born in Bridgehampton, L. I. ; died in Elizabethtown, N. J. 

Also Nos. 98, 12966, 15077. 

David Hedges, (1744-1817), was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress. He was bom and died in Bridgehampton. 

MRS. ARIANA RUMSEY MICKS. 18102 

Born in Seneca Falls, New York. 

Wife of Henry Rathbone Micks. 

Descendant of Moses Rumsey and of John Rumsey, of 
New York; William Dei^marest, Capt. David Demarest, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of John A. Rumsey and Anna Freeland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Rumsey and Mary Rumsey (cousins), 
his wife; Peter Freeland and Anna Demarest, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Rumsey and Lydia Ann Miller, his 



LINEAGE BOOK. 39 



wife; John Rumsey and Mary Russell, his wife; William Demarest 
and Lavina Hopper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Demarest and Jane Campbell, his 
wife. 

Moses Rumsey, (1758-1816), served as a minute man in 
Col. John Hathorn's regiment. He was bom in Orange 
county and died in Cayuga county, N. Y. 

John Rumsey, (1753-1826), served as a private in the West- 
chester county militia. He died in Seneca county, N. Y. 

William Demarest, (1762- 1828), served in the Bergen 
county, N. J., militia. He died in Hackensack. 

David Demarest, (1736-1810), commanded a company of 

State troops. He was born and died in Hackensack, N. J. 
Also No. 1 1255. 

MISS KATHERINE CRISSEY BAXTER. 18103 

Born in Franklin Furnace, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Peter Haines, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Charles J. Baxter and Arabella Dunn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Dunn and Jane H. Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Evi Martin and Eliza Haines, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Haines and Martha Lewis, his 
wife. 

Peter Haines, (1760-1832), served as drummer and private 
in the militia of Sussex County at Monmouth, and other bat- 
tles. He was born and died in Wantage, N. J. 

Also No. 15152. 

MRS. FANNIE COOLEY WILLIAMS BARBOUR. 18104 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Thomas Johnston Barbour. 

Descendant of Capt. William Cooley, Isaac Chapman and 
Stephen Spelman. 

Daughter of Edgar Williams and Eliza Cooley Spelman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Barlow Spelman (1801-78) and Eliza Con- 
tent Cooley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Timothy Mather Cooley, D. D. (1772- 
1859) and Content Chapman (1776-1860), his wife; Jesse Spelman 
and Anna Root, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Cooley and Sarah Mather, his 
wife; Isaac Chapman and Ruth Robinson, his wife; Stephen Spel- 
man and Deborah Rose (1752-1822), his wife (m. 1770). 



40 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



William Cooley, (1736-1825), commanded a company in 
Col. John Moseley's regiment of Massachusetts militia. 
He was born in Springfield and died in Granville, Mass. 

Isaac Chapman, (1747-76), was a private in Capt. William 
Cooley's company and fell at Ticonderoga. He was born in 
Granville, Mass., and died in Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

Also No. 16925. 

Stephen Spelman, (1745- 1800), served as a private under 
Capt. William Cooley at the Bennington Alarm. He was bom 
in Durham, Conn., and died in Granville, Mass. 

Also No. 17420. 

MISS ROSE ANDREWS. 18105 

Born in Des Moines, Iowa. 

Descendant of Randall Graves, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Walter Ephraim Andrews and Betsey Tower, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jay Tower and Esther Graves, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Randall Graves and Betsey Burton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Randall Graves and Lydia Coolidge, 
his wife. 

Randall Graves, (1760-1831), was a minute man, 1777, 
under Capt. Joseph Slarrow and Col. David Wells. He reen- 
listed, 1 78 1, under Capt. Oliver Coney. He was bom in Sun- 
derland, Mass., and died in Steuben Co., N. Y. 

Also No. 15820. 

MRS. FRANCES EMMA H. TOMPKINS. 18106 

Born in Hudson, New York. 

Wife of Elias S. Tompkins. 

Descendant of John Anabel, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edmund Hatfield and Charlotta A. Anable, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Anable and Nancy Gary, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Anable and Hannah Stewart, his wife. 

John Anable, (1744-1815), served, 1776, as a private in 
Capt. Eliphalet Holmes' company, Wadsworth's brigade in 
the New York campaign. He was born in East Haddam 
and died in Millington, Conn. 



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MRS. FANNY M. WILLIAMS. 18107 

Born in Mystic, Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles P. Williams. 

Descendant of Amos Clift, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Mallory and Eunice Denison Clift, 
his wife. 
• Granddaughter of Nathaniel Clift and Eunice Denison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Clift and Mary Coit, his wife. 

Amos Clift, (1737-1806), served on committees of Preston, 
Conn., to enlist soldiers. He was born in Marshfield, Mass., 
and died in Griswold, Conn. 

Also No. 3184. 

MISS KATE MALLORY WILLIAMS. 18108 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. William Williams, Sergt. Ephraim 
Williams, Dr. Charles Phelps, Ens. Amos Denison and Amos 
Clift, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Phelps Williams and Fanny E. Mallory, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Williams and Hannah Elizabeth Deni- 
son, his wife; Charles Henry Mallory and Eunice D. Clift, his wife. 

See No. 18107. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Williams and Hepzebah Phelps, 
his wife; Amos Denison and Hannah Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Williams and Martha Wheeler, 
his wife; Charles Phelps and Hannah Denison, his wife. 

William Williams, (1716-1801), was a member of the Gen- 
eral Court. He was born and died in Stonington. 

Ephraim Williams, (1756-1804), served as sergeant in the 
New York campaign, 1776. He was born in Stonington 
where he died. 

Charles Phelps, (1732-1808), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence. He was born in Hebron and died in Ston- 
ington. 

Amos Denison, (1759-1835), served as an ensign, 1780, for 
state defense. He was bom and died in Stonington. 

Also Nos. 4624, 5020, 9751. 

MRS. FANNY MALLORY WILLIAMS MASON. 18109 

Born in Stonington, Connecticut. 
Wife of Albert L. Mason. 



42 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



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Descendant of Capt. William Williams, Sergt. Ephraim 
Williams, Dr. Charles Phelps, Amos Denison and Amos 

Clift. 

Daughter of Charles Phelps Williams and Fanny E. Mallory, his 
wife. 

See No. 18108. 

MRS. MARGARET BEECHER WHITE. 181 10 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Wife of Arthur White. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Andrew Ward, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Col. Henry Barton Beecher and Harriet Benedict, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Ward Beecher (1813-87) and Eunice 
White Bullard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lyman Beecher (1775-1863) and Roxanna 
Foote, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eli Foote and Roxanna Ward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Ward and Diana Hubbard, 
his wife. 

Andrew Ward, (1727-99), served as colonel and brigadier 

general, and the commissions are still in the family. 
Also Nos. 166, 3382, 5092, 6428, 15376, 17909. 

MRS. STELLA L. BLACKFAN. 181 11 

Born in North Greenwich, New York. 

Wife of Dr. H. S. Blackfan. 

Descendant of Capt. Edmund Brigham and of Edmund 
Brigham, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Daniel A. Chase and Elvira R. Chase, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Merrick Chase and Sarah Maria Brigham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brigham and Rebecca Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Brigham, Jr., and Mary Martin, 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Brigham and Sarah Lyscom, 
his wife. 

Edmund Brigham, (1733-1806), commanded a company of 
minute men, 1775, and of militia, 1777. He served until 1779 
when he resigned on account of injuries. He was born in 
Southboro and died in Westboro, Mass. 

Edmund Brigham, Jr., served in his father's company of 
minute men at the Lexington Alarm. 

Also No. 104Q0. 



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. MRS. MARY ELIZABETH LEONARD JENNINGS. 18112 

Born in Oberlin, Ohio. 
Wife of Rev. Isaac Jennings. 
Descendant of Stephen Ford, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Cornelius Leonard and Sarah Kilbourne, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Leonard and Elizabeth Ford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Ford and Elizabeth Ford, his wife. 

Stephen Ford, (1749-1843), was placed on the pension roll 
of New Haven county in 1833 for service as private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born and died in Hamden. 

MISS ANNA BEACH PRATT. 181 13 

Born in Elmira, New York. 
Descendant of Stephen Lewis,- Capt. Stiles Judson, James 
Walker, Jr., and Eliakim Beach. 

Daughter of Timothy Smith Pratt and Catherine Elizabeth Beach, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Beach and Juliana Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Beach and Polly Walker, his wife; 
Abraham Curtis Lewis and Juliana Judson, his wife. 

See No. 18266. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Walker, Jr., and Mary Benjamin, 
his wife; Eliakim Beach and Abiah Summers, his wife. 

James Walker, Jr., (1753-1825), served as a private. 

Eliakim Beach, (1751-1821), gave liberally to the cause. 
He was born and died in Trumbull, Conn. 

Also No. 5289. 

MISS STELLA MAY HASELTON. 181 14 

Born in Rome, New York. 

Descendant of Richard Haselton. 

Daughter of Jonathan S. Haselton and Amelia Gertrude Barton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Haselton and Myra Strong Sawyer, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Haselton and Lucy Gleason, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Haselton and Susannah Clark, 
his wife. 

Richard Haselton was placed on the pension roll of Graf- 



44 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

ton Co., N. H., in 1819, at the age of sixty-four for service 
of private in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was 
born in Bradford, Mass., and died in Oxford, N. H. 

MISS ANNA MARION HALE. 18115 

Born in Brockport, New York. 

Descendant of Gov. George Clinton, of New York. 

Daughter of George Clinton Hale and Anna M. Getty, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Hale and Cornelia Tappen Genet, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Charles Genet, and Cornelia Tappen 
Clinton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Clinton and Cornelia Tappen, 
his wife. 

George Clinton, (1739-1812), was a delegate to the Con- 
tinental Congress, 1776, and brigadier general of militia, 
1777. He was the first governor of the State, 1777, and re- 
tained the office until 1795. He was born in Ulster county, 
N. Y., and died in Washington, D. C, where he is buried in 
the Congressional Cemetery. 

MRS. MARGARET MORRIS PALMER. 181 16 

Born in Amsterdam, New York. 

Wife of Robert J. Palmer, M. D. 

Descendant of Abram Vrooman, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles H. C. Morris and Louisa Swart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Morris and Jane Vrooman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abram Vrooman and Matilda Vischer, his 
wife. 

Abram Vrooman, (1759-1813), served as a private in Capt. 
Thomas Brower Bancker's company. Col. Abraham Wemple's 
regiment of Albany county militia. He was born and died in 
Schenectady. 

Also Nos. 16379, ^7^77- 

MRS. HELEN L. DANENHOWER. 181 17 

Born in Oswego, New York. 
Wife of Lieut. John W. Danenhower, U. S. N. 
Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Crane, of New York. 
Daughter of George B. Sloan and Alvira Crane, his wife. 



UNCAGE BOOK. 45 



Granddaughter of Albert Crane and Margaret Oliver, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Crane and Ann Sears, his wife. 
Isaac Crane, (1753-1810), served in the militia, was taken 
prisoner and confined four years. 
Also No. 17753. 

MRS. LEILA WOTHERSPOON ASSER. 181 18 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Col. Joseph John Asser. 

Descendant of Rev. John Leland, Calvin Hall and Capt. 
Joseph Barnes, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Wotherspoon and Frances A. Hoppock, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ely Hoppock and Caroline Leland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John D. Leland and Jemima Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Leland and Sarah Divine, his wife; 
Calvin Hall and Mercy Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Barnes and Hannah Stowe, 
his wife. 

John Leland, (1754-1841), was a Baptist preacher and an 
active worker in the struggle for Independence. He was a 
devoted friend of Jefferson, a leader of his party and one of 
the celebrated divines of the period. He was known from 
Virginia to Massachusetts, and his power in Virginia during 
the Revolution was thus expressed by Madison: "As he 
votes on the issues of the day, the rank and file will follow 
in an unwavering line." He was born and died in Massa- 
chusetts, and upon his tomb in Cheshire is inscribed this 
lepitaph, written by himself: "Here lies the body of Rev. 
John Leland who labored 67 years to promote piety and vin- 
dicate the civil and religious rights of all men." 

Calvin Hall, (1760-1833), was a soldier in the fatal surprise 
at Stone Arabia, Mohawk Valley, 1780, where the colonel and 
forty-five of the regiment were slain and scalped. He was 
placed on the pension roll at seventy-three, of Oneida Co., 
N. Y., for service in the Massachusetts militia. He was bom 
in Cheshire, Mass., and died in Deerfield, N. Y. 

Joseph Barnes, (1726-1813), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Correspondence. He commanaded a company in the 
Second Berkshire county militia, 1776, and, 1777, under Col. 



46 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Benjamin Symonds, marched to Saratoga to join Gen. Horatio 
Gates. He was born in Easthampton, L. I., and died in Lanes- 
boro, Mass. His son Joseph served in the militia. 
Also Nos. 2053, 7657. 

MISS SARAH D. TICK. • 18119 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Smith, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Tice and Sarah M. Driggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elliott Driggs and Sabrah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sherman Smith and Amarilla Hotchkiss, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Smith and Sabrah Sherman, 
his first wife (m. 1760). 

Richard Smith, (1736-1819), commanded a company, 1779. 

Also Nos. 100, 7713, 14503. 

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MRS. MARY C. FRANKLIN. 18121 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of James R. Franklin 

Descendant of Squire Dan, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Frederick Kellers and Elizabeth Whitney James, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John James and Mary Dan Nickerson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Nickerson and Sarah Dan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Squire Dan and Rhoda Dan, his wife. 

Squire Dan, (1755-1839), enlisted in the first call for troops, 
was in the Canadian campaign and gave two years' actual 
service. He was placed on the pension roll at seventy-six 
as private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born 
and died in Stamford, Conn. 

MISS LYRA FOOTE MATTESON. 18122 

Born in Morris, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Wheeler. 

Daughter of Silas Steere Matteson and Emma Bunn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Harrington Matteson and Emeline 
Steere, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Steere and Esther Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wheeler and Esther Williams, 
his wife. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 47 



Henry Wheeler, (1745-1832), served in the militia of Rhode 
Island for state defense in the Revolution. He was born in 
Gloucester, R. I., and died in Hartwick, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 1732, 5186, 6858, 7903, 10171. 

MRS. MARION WOOD SIMPSON. 18123 

Born in Piqua, Ohio. 

Wife of Wendell Lee Simpson. 

Descendant of Joshua Davis and of Abijah Wood. 

Daughter of William Webster Wood and Mary Catherine Dills, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Wood and Dorothy Davis, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joshua Davis and Dorothy Wheeler, his 
wife; Abijah Wood and Esther Lewis, his wife. 

See No. 18033. 

MRS. MARY EDGELL JOCELYN. 18124 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Maj. Stephen Perry Jocelyn, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Corp. John Edgell. 

Daughter of Stephen Madison Edgell and Louise Chamberlin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Edgell (1776- 1847) and Susannah H olden, 
his wife (m. 1801). 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Edgell and Rebecca Winship, his wife 
(m. 1762). 

John Edgell served at the Bennington Alarm in Capt. 
Elisha Jackson's company, Worcester County regiment, and 
marched to reenforce the northern army under the same com- 
mand. He was born in Woburn, Mass., 1729; removed to 
Westminster, Vt., 1788, where he died. 

MISS NORA HULL. 18125 

Born in Athens, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Consider Williston and of Jacob Par- 
sons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Humphrey Hull and Clarissa Williston, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Williston and Hannah Parsons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Consider Williston and Rhoda King, his 
wife; Jacob Parsons and Lorraine Sedgwick, his wife. 

Consider Williston, (1739-94), served as ensign at the Lex- 



48 DAUGHTERS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

ington Alarm and as lieutenant in Capt. Oliver Hanchett's 
company of Connecticut militia in the Canadian expedition. 
He was born in Springfield, Mass., and died in Suffield, Conn. 

Also Nos. 15457, 16361. 

Jacob Parsons, (1719-95), served in Capt. Aaron Rowley's 
company. Col. David Rossiter's regiment, 1777. He was 
born and died in Northampton, Mass. 

MRS. ELIZA Mcintosh kellogg. 18126 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Luther Laflin Kellogg. 

Descendant of Col. William Mcintosh, and of Lieut. Col. 

John Mcintosh, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Brig. Gen. John B. Mcintosh, U. S. A., and Amelia 
Stout, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. James Simmons Mcintosh, U. S. A. (1787- 
1847) and Eliza Shumate, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. John Mcintosh and Sarah Se- 
winton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Mcintosh and Jane Mackay, 
his wife. 

William Mcintosh, (1726-96), served in the Continental 
Army and was delegate to the first Provincial Congress at Sa- 
vannah, 1775. He was born in Scotland; died in Darien, Ga. 
His brother Lachlan was a distinguished brigadier general. 

John Mcintosh, (1755-1826), was commandant of Fort 
Morris when the British demanded its surrender, and he re- 
plied, "Come and take it." He displayed great bravery at 
Briar Creek, 1779, where he was wounded and taken pris- 
oner. He was born and died in Mcintosh county, Ga. 

Also No. 884. 

MRS. ABIGAIL CLARK WILLIAMS. 

Born in Canandaigua, New York. 

Wife of George Norton Williams. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Clark. 

Daughter of Gov. Myron Holley Clark and Zilpha Watkins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Joseph Clark and Mary Sutton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Clark and Mary Warner Mower, 
his wife. 

William Clark, (1742-1825), served in the Berkshire county. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 49 



Mass. militia as captain and lieutenant colonel. He was 
born in Windsor, Mass., and died in Naples, N. Y. 
Also No. 17742. 

MRS. HARRIET AUGUSTA COOPER MUNSON. 18128 

Born in Madison County, New York. 

Wife of Charles S. Munson. 

Descendant of Jabez Thompson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. William H. Cooper and Mary Thompson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias I. Thompson and Nancy Lewis (1788- 
1866), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Thompson and Mary Jones (1767- 
1863), his wife. 

Jabez Thompson, (1759-1835), was placed in the pension 
roll of Somerset county in 1833 for service of private in the 
New Jersey militia. He died in New Brunswick, N. J. 

MISS MAR V PA TTERSON. 18 129 

Born in Findlay, Ohio. 

Descendant of George Alban, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Milton B. Patterson and Alma Hooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Patterson and Elizabeth Alban (1792-1877), 
his wife (m. 1809). 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Alban and Jane Green (1760-1839) 
his wife (m. 1783). 

George Alban, (1758-1840), served as a private in the Vir- 
ginia Continental Line. He was a anember of Washing- 
ton's Body Guard, commanded by Capt. Caleb Gibbs at 
Brandywine and Germantown, and was discharged at Valley 
Forge. He was bom in Winchester, Va., died in Steuben- 

ville, Ohio. 
Also Nos. 16445, 17778. 

MRS. EFFIE MUZZY CRANE. 18130 

Born in New Carlisle, Ohio. 
Wife of Marcus Harrison Crane. 
Descendant of John Hunt, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Joseph S. Muzzy and Eliza A. Hunt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard W. Hunt (1780-1848) and Frances 
Reeder, his wife. 

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50 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hunt and Anne Brewster, his wife (m. 

1779). 

John Hunt, in 1774, was one of the party disguised as In- 
dians that took possession of the cargo of tea discharged 
from the ''Greyhound" and landed at Greenwich. The chests 
were carried to a field and burned. 

MISS ISABELLA BURNET WOOD. 18131 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Descendant of Surg. Gen. William Burnet, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Seely Wood and Nancy Burnet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Gouverneur Burnet and Kitura Gordon, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Burnet and Gertrude Gouverneur 
Rutgers, his second wife. 

William Burnet, (1730-91), was surgeon general of the 
Eastern Department. He was born and died in Newark. 

Also Nos. 838, 3575, 4025, 6899, 7848, 8848, 10714, 1 1 143. 

MRS. FANNIE SMITH TOBEY. 18132 

Born in Middletown, Ohio. 
Wife of Walter Lawrence Tobey. 
Descendant of Robert Greenlee. 

Daughter of George Cooper Smith and Emma Ledman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Ledman and Mary Bail, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Emmor Bail and Mary Greenlee, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Greenlee and Elizabeth Dunlap, 
his wife. 

Robert Greenlee served as a private in the Jersey cam- 
paign, 1776, in Col. Timothy Green's Lancaster county, Pa., 
militia. 

MISS KATE A. KENYON. 18133 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Descendant of Sergt. Hawes Higgins, of Connecticut. 
Alexander Comins, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John M. Kenyon and Cornelia Higgins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa P. Kenyon and Rachel Comins, his wife; 
William W. Higgins and Cornelia Howes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Comins and Mary White, his wife; 
Gideon Higgins and Ann Wright, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Alexander Comins and Jane Living- 
ston, his wife; Hawes Higgins and Lucinda Bushnell, his wife. 

Hawes Higgins, (1752-1834), was at the battles of Stillwater 
and Saratoga, and gave two years actual service. He re- 
ceived a pension in his old age, as private and sergeant in the 
Connecticut Continental Line. He was born and died in 
Haddam, Conn. 

Alexander Comins, (1750-1844), served several enlistments 
under different commands and was at the battles of Trenton 
and Brandywine. At the age of eighty-three he was placed 
on the pension roll for service of a private in the Pennsyl- 
vania militia. He was born in Antrim Co., Ireland, and died 
in Favette Co., Pa. 

MISS JEANNETTE C. KENYON. 18134 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 
Descendant of Sergt. Hawes Higgins and of Alexander 
Comins. 
Daughter of John M. Kenyon and Cornelia Higgins, his wife. 
See No. 18133. 

MRS. KATE HIGGINS ELLSWORTH. 18135 

Born in Michigan City, Indiana. 
Widow of Samuel Wolcott Ellsworth. 
Descendant of Sergt. Hawes Higgins. 

Daughter of William W. Higgins and Cornelia Howes, his wife. 
See No. 18133. 

MRS. KATE ROSEBRUGH GEDDES. 18136 

Born in Tecumseh, Michigan. 
Wife of Frederick Lyman Geddes. 

Descendant of Rev. John Rosbrugh. 

Daughter of James Rosebrugh (1821-87) and Sarah Lucretia Bot- 
tum, his wife (m. 1849). 

Granddaughter of John Rosebrugh (i795-i874) and Mary Goheen 
(1800-80), his wife (m. 1818). 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Rosbrugh (1767-1850) and Margaret 
Wilson (1767-1857), his wife (m. 1792). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Rosbrugh and Jane Ralston, his 
wife. 

John Rosbrugh, (1714-77), born in Scotland, a graduate of 



52 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERIC\N REVOLUTION. 

Princeton, was pastor of Allen Township, Pa., when war 
was proclaimed. He read Washington's appeal to his con- 
gregation and they consented to enlist if he would command 
them. He was commissioned chaplain of Northampton 
county militia, 1776; was taken prisoner by the Hessians at 
the battle of Assunpunk and put to death. He is called the 
clerical martyr of the Revolution. 

MRS. HELEN IRENE WRIGHT. 18137 

Born in Kirtland, Ohio. 

Wife of Frederick Wright. 

Descendant of Israel Wilson. 

Daughter of Samuel Wilson and Sarah Murray McMurphey, his 
wife^ 

Granddaughter of Israel Wilson. 

Israel Wilson, (1758-1842), was placed on the pension roll 
of Montgomery Co., N. Y., in 1825, for service as private in 
the New York Line. He was born in Boston and died in 
Montville, Ohio. 

MRS. CATHARINE M. McQUISTON. 18138 

Born in Newton Falls, Ohio. 
Wife of Henry McQuiston. 

Descendant of David Reed and of Stephen Crosby. 

Daughter of Samuel M. Carter and Susan Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Reed and Betsey Crosby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Reed and Abigail Belknap, his wife; 
Stephen Crosby and Hannah Layton, his wife. 

David Reed, (1765-1846), served one year as a private in 
the Massachusetts Continental Line and received a pension. 
He was born in Lenox, Mass., and died in Stockbridge, N. Y. 

Stephen Crosby, (1761-1831), was placed on the pension roll 
of Madison Co., N. Y., for three yfears' service as a private 
in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Mass., and 
died in Smithfield, N. Y. 

Also No. 17443. 

MRS. LAURA GAMBLE THOMSON. 18139 

Born in Louisville, Kentucky. 
Wife of Peter G. Thomson. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Richard Clough Anderson. 



UN^GE BOOK. 53 



Daughter of James F. Gamble and Sarah J. Logan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Logan and Ann Clark Anderson, his wife. 

Gr.-Granddaughter of Richard Clough Anderson ana Elizabeth 
Clark, his first wife (sister of George Rogers Clark). 

Richard Clough Anderson, (1750-1826), commanded a com- 
pany at Trenton where he was wounded. He was at Brandy- 
wine, Valley Forge, Monmouth; was wounded at the siege 
of Savannah, captured at Charleston, and aid-de-camp to 
Lafayette at Yorktown. He was an original imember of the 
Cincinnati. He was born in Gold Mines, Va., and died in 
Jefferson Co., Ky. 

Also Nos. 199, 4090, 61 10, 12466. 

MRS. GENEVIEVE WILSON MAYS. 18140 

Born in Salem, Oregon. 
Wife of Franklin Pierce Mays. 
Descendant of James Nesmith, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Joseph Gardner Wilson and Elizabeth Millar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Wilson and Sally Nesmith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Nesmith, Jr., and Mary McLeur, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Nesmith and Mary Dinsmore, his 
wife. 

James Nesmith, (1718-93), served at Bunker Hill in Capt. 

George Reed's company of minute men, Stark's Brigade. 
He was born in Ireland and died in Londonderry, N. H. 
Also Nos. 19, 14923* 15123. 

MISS MARY J. BERBER. 18 141 

Born in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Beeber, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of J. A. Beeber and Alice C. Beeber, his wife. 
Granddaughter of T. D. Beeber and Mary J. Beeber, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Beeber and Mary Beeber, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Beeber and Julia Ann Beeber, his 
wife. 
John Beeber served under Col. Daniel Udree at the battle of 

Brandywine in the Berks' county militia. He was born in 
Germany and died in Lycoming Co., Pa., 1845. 



54 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. CREACY E. GAMBLE. 18142 

Born in Limestone, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John A. Gamble. 

Descendant of Robert Covenhoven, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John I. Sanderson and Mercy Kelsey Crane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Crane and Christiana Creacy Coven- 
hoven, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Robert Covenhoven and Mercy Kelsy Cut- 
ter, his wife. 

Robert Covenhoven, (1755-1846), was a scout and guide of 
the army and served in the Pennsylvania -militia at Trenton 
. and Princeton. He was born in Monmouth Co., N. J., and 
died in Northumberland Co., Pa. 

Also Nos. 1735, 7619, 9803. 

MISS ELISABETH LOGAN. 18143 

Born in Freeport, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Logan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Fullerton Logan and Louisa Weaver, his. 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William Logan and Elisabeth Fullerton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Logan and Margaret Logan, his wife. 

David Logan, (1750-1815), was a volunteer in the West- 
moreland county militia. He was born in Ireland; died in 
Westmoreland Co., Pa., and is buried in Long Run church 
yard. 

MRS. AGNES BOAL WEIRICK RHOADS. 18144 

Born in Montrose, Missouri. 

Wife of Joseph Grafius Rhoads. 

Descendant of John Wilson and of Capt. John Forster, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Hurst Weirick, M. D., and Harriet Newell 
Wilson, his wife: 

Granddaughter of John Foster Wilson and Agnes Sawyer Boal, 
his wife. 
' Gr.-granddaughter of John Wilson and Nancy Forster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Forster and Jane Johnston, his 
wife (m. 1765). 

John Wilson, (1763-1836), served in the militia guarding 



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the frontier. He was one of thirty-seven survivors of the 
Revolution in 1832 living in Union county, Pa. 

Also No. 13284. 

John Forster, (1724-86), served as lieutenant in the North- 
umberland County Associators, 1776. He was made captain 
of the first company, Col. Kelly's regiment, 1778. He died 
in Centre county. Pa. 

Also No. 14372. 

MISS JANE MARGARET WILSON. 18145 

Born in Hartleton, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Wilson and of Capt. John Forster. 
Daughter of John Forster Wilson and Agnes Sawyer Boal, his 
wife. 
See No. 18144. 






MISS LOUISE A. FULTON. 18146 

Born in York County, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Laird and of Maj. John 
Finley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Sample Fulton and Eliza Clarkson (1812-77), 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Clarkson (1779-1854) and Abigail Laird 
(1784-1850), his wife (m. 1802). 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Laird and Sarah Finley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Finley and* Mary Young, his wife. 

John Laird commanded a company, 1776, and served as 
I lieutenant colonel, 1779. He was born in York county. Pa., 

where he died, 1794. 

Also No. 16474. 

John Finley, (1726-83), served in the York County Asso- 
ciators. He was born in Ireland and died in Chanceford, Pa., 
where he was buried. 

MRS. JANE WEAVER kAAS ENGLE. 18147 

Born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Norman S. Engle. 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Weaver, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Henry Haas and Catharine Weaver, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonas Weaver (1762-1838) and Elizabeth Miller, 
his wife. 



S6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Weaver and Margaret Hess, his 
wife. 

Michael Weaver served as captain of Northumberland 
county militia in the battles of New Jersey and was at Valley 
Forge. He was born in Germany, settled in Berks county, Pa., 
removed to Northumberland county, where he died in 182 1, 
and is buried on his farm. 

MISS IRENE ANTRIM SILLIMAN. 18148 

Born in Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Antrim, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Oscar H. Silliman and Katherine Rausch, his second 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Silliman and Margaret Antrim Bobb, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Conrad Bobb and Katherine Antrim, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Antrim and Margaret Kerling, his 
wife. 

John Antrim, (1753-1833), enlisted in 1777 and served 
through the war. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Berks Co., in 1818. He was bom in Kent, England, and died 

in Oley, Pa. 
Also No. 17821. 

MISS MARY T. McINNES. 18149 

Born in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Daniel Rush and of Thomas Austin, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hugh Mclnnes and Rebecca Ovenshine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Overshine and Mary J. Teese, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Teese and Jane Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Teese and Elizabeth Rush, 
his wife; Daniel Thomas and Mary Van Court, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Rush and Susanna Rush, his wife; 
Daniel Van Court and Jane Austin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Austin and Rachael 

Thomas, his wife. 
] 1 Rush, (1744-1811), was a member of the Philadel- 

i ia and did guard duty at the State House Yard, where 

fc and daughter Elizabeth provided comforts for the 



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Thomas Austin, a Quaker, was a member of the Committee 
of Inspection of Montgomery Co., Pa., and gave of his means 
to the patriot cause. 

Also No. 6931. 

MISS MARTHA H. McINNES. 18150 

Born in Upper Merion, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Daniel Rush and of Thomas Austin. 

Daughter of Hugh Mclnnes and Rebecca Ovenshire, his wife. 
See No. 18149. 

MRS. HELEN MARY COLLINS De FOREST. 18151 

Born in Towanda, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Wayne De Forest. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Spalding. 

Daughter of J. M. Collins and Aurelia Spalding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Spalding (1790-1853) and Aurelia Sat- 
terlee, his wife (m. 1814). 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Witter Spalding and Rebecca Spald- 
ing (1773-1813), his wife, (m. 1789). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Spalding and Ruth Shepard, his 
wife (m. 1761) (parents of Rebecca). 

Simon Spalding, (1742-1814), served as lieutenant under 
Capt. Samuel Ransom in the Jersey campaign and com- 
manded a company in Sullivan's expedition, 1779. He was 
a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Plainfield, 
Conn., removed to Wyoming, 1771, settled in Sheshequin, 
Pa., 1783, where he died. 

Also. Nos. 339, 8505, 1 1076, 12980. 

MISS MARTHA LENNA CRARY. 18152 

Born in Shickshinny, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Nathan Beach and of Zera Beach, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Nathan Beach Crary and Miranda Lee Overton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Mason Crary and Deziar Beach, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Beach and Susan Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zerah Beach and Deziar Herrick, his 
wife. 

Nathan Beach, (i 763-1847), served in the Indian warfare 



S8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

until 1781, when he became wagoner attached to the hospital 
department. He was at Yorktown and his description of the 
surrender is graphic. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Luzerne Co., Pa., at the age of sixty-nine for service of pri- 
vate in the Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was bom in 
New York; died in Beach Grove. 

Zera Beach removed from New York to Wyoming, 1769, 
and after the massacre, 1778, located at Fort Jenkins. He 
was appointed by Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, 1778, on a com- 
mittee of the county of Westmoreland to preserve the laws. 

MISS SARA WOOD CRARY. 18153 

Bom in Shickshinny, PennsylTania. 

Descendant of Nathan Beach and of Zera Beach. 
Daogfater of Nathan Beach Crary and Miranda Lee Overton, his 
wile. 
See Na 18152. 

MRS. HARRIET WILLIAMSON PERCH AL. 18154 

Bom in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsyhrania. 

Wire ot Da\4d C. PercivaL 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Chapman, of Pennsyhrania. 

Daughter ot Pryor Williamson (i53l^79) *»! Mary Woodward 
U$^4l^-^^« his wife (m. 1869). 

Graoddaogihter of Hon. George Woodward (i^)g-75> aod Sarah 
EHzabeth Trott ii^io-^>. his wife (m. i%2>. 

Ck.-granddaughter of Dr. George Washisgtoa Trott (1778-1815) 
anvi Ly^ira Chapman UTT^t^)* his wile vb*- i8b9>. 

Gr.-gr.-g:randviaaghter of Joseph Otapmas and ELtzabeth Abd 
Vir41^i^SoS\ his wife (nx iT^g). 

Joseph Ck^pmaru i^i74i-i822X of Norwkiu was ensign at 
the battle of Lot^ Island where he was taken prisoner. He 
was fieotenant and qttart^rtnaster^ ITT^: captazn-hecztenant, 
17S0L and was retired br consohdatkxu 17$!. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Lozeme Coc^ Pl^ rSiS. for sernce <rf 
Lieutenant Cewmectktrt CoQtxn»ttaI tine. He was bora in 
Connecticttt and died m PennsvlvarQa. 

USS. GERTRUDE GEARHART SOXXEBORX. 18155 

■Bone tilt aHSuL frJUKyxv^fltisiL 
<?£ Ge<wrg!e H. SooKbom 



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Descendant of Capt. Jacob Gearhart, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Perry Gearhart and Agnes G. Blue, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Gearhart and Sarah Ephlin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Gearhart and Catherine Kline, his 
wife. 

Jacob Gearhart, (1735-1813), enlisted, 1776, as sergeant in 
the Hunterdon county. New Jersey militia and rose to com- 
mand a company in the same regiment. He was born in 
Strasburg, France, located in New Jersey, 1754, removed to 
Northumberland Co., Pa., 1781, where he died. 

Also No. 12969, 14590. 

MRS. SUSAN BREWSTER LITTLE. 18156 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Lowell Mason Little. 

Descendant of Capt. Bradford Steele and of Capt. Bradford 
Steele, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alexander William Brewster and Susan M. Jones, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester B. Jones and Sarah Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele, Jr., and Ruth Wheeler 
(1765-1856), his wife (m, 1785). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele and Mary Perkins (1731- 
88), his first wife (m. 1755). 

Bradford Steele, (1735-1804), served as lieutenant at the 
siege of Boston and commanded minute men when Tryon in- 
vaded the Colony. He was a member of various patriotic 
committees. He was born and died in Derby, Conn. 

Bradford Steele, Jr., (1762-1841), enlisted at fifteen; was 
captured and suffered from imprisonment. He was a pen- 
sioner of Derby where he was born and died. 

Also Nos. 3488, 5937, ii395, 11404, I5400, 16087. 

18157 

MRS. MARY TULEY NEILSON JACKSON. 18158 

Born in Richmond, Virginia. 
Widow of Rev. Augustus Jackson. 

Descendant of Capt.-Lieut. William Brownlee, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Hall Neilson and Mary Archer Mitchell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Dudley Mitchell (1780-1827) and Mary 
Tuley (1790- 1862), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Tuley and Nancy Brownlee, his wife. 



6o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Brownlee and Sarah Goen, his 
wife. 

William Brownlee served as sergeant in Grayson's Conti- 
nental regiment, 1777. He was promoted lieutenant,i778, 
and transferred to Col. Nathaniel Gist's regiment, 1779. He 
was retired 1781, as captain lieutenant and received land war- 
rants prior to 1784. 

MRS. NINA ACADIA TURNER WORRELL. 18159 

Bom in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Thomas Worcester Worrell. 

Descendant of Corp. Mark McCord and of Capt. William 
Donelson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Frederick Turner and Susanna McCord, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David McCord and Sarah Donelson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Mark McCord and Catharine Miller, his ¥rife; 
William Donelson and Sarah Griscom, his wife (m. 1770). 

Mark McCord, (1745-81), enlisted in the Continental Line 
^nd was at Brand>'wine, Paoli, Germantown and Valley 
Forge. He was furloughed on sick leave and died at his 
home in Dauphin county. 

William Donelson, (1749-89), commanded a privateer and 
was captured by the British, carried to England and not re- 
leased until the surrender of CcwTiwaUis. He was lost at sea. 

MISS EDNA RANDOLPH WORRELL. 18160 

Bom in Frankford, Pennsylvania, 

Descendant of Capt. Demas Worrell, Corp. Mark McCord 
and Capt. William Donelson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Worcester Worrell and Nina Acadia Turner, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Boyle Worrell and Elira Graves, his 
wife; Frederick Turner and Susanna McCord, his wife. 

See No. 18159. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Isaac CoUom Worrell and Elizabeth 
McDowell, his wife. . 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Demas Worrell and Elizabeth Conom 
(1750-96), his first wife (m. 1769). 

Demas Worrell, (1742-1825), served in the Fl\ii^ Camp; 
was at Long Island, Princeton and Germantown where he 



LINieAGE BOOK. 6l 



was wounded. He commanded the 5th company of Pennsyl- 
vania militia and served through the war. He was born in 
Frankford; died in Oxford township where he is buried. 
Also No. 8262. 

MRS. MABELLE PERRY CLARKE KElSfYON. 18161 

Born in Richmond, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Charles Kenyon. 

Descendant of Thomas Greene, David Clarke, Allen 

Greene and Edward Perry, all of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Halsey Perry Clarke and Mary Greene, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Clarke, Jr., and Susannah Perry, his wife; 
Job Greene and Fanny Greene, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Perry and Anna Perry, his wife; 
Thomas Greene and Mollie Peckham, his wife; David Clarke and 
Mary Cross, his wife; Allen Greene and Elizabeth Greene, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Perry and Dorcas Gardner, his 
wife. 

Thomas Greene, (1759-1828), was a private in the militia in 
Capt. Amos Greene's company. He was born and died in 
Charlestown, R. I. 

Also No. 9851. 

David Clarke, (1756-1820), served in the militia in Capt. 

Amos Greene's company. Col. Joseph Noyes' regiment. 

Allen Greene, (1755-1833), served as a drummer under 
Capt. Amos Greene, 1777. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Washington county at the age of seventy-eight for 
service of a private in the Rhode Island militia. 

Edward Perry, (1731-98), served as Deputy to the Assem- 
bly and was president of the town council, 1777. He was 
born in South Kingston and died in Richmond. 

MRS. EDNAH ELWOOD PERRY POLLETTE. 18162 

Born in Cumberland, Rhode Island. 
Wife of James William Pollette. 
Descendant of Preserved Whipple, Solomon Peck, Lieut. 

James Perry and James Ballou. 

Daughter of Elbridge Perry and Mary Ann Whipple, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Sheldon Whipple and Phila Peck, his 
wife; Dana Perry and Patience Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Peck and Phila Whipple, his wife; 
Elihu Perry (b. 1764) and Lydia Day, his first wife (m. 1787). 



62 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Preserved Whipple and Olive Ballou, his 
wife; Solomon Peck and Mercy Foster, his wife; James Perry. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Ballon. 

Preserved Whipple, (1746-1812), was a private in the 
Rhode Island militia, 1777. He was born in Cumberland, 
R. I., and died in Richmond, N. H. 

James Ballou, (1723-1812), served on the alarm roll of 
Cumberland. He was born in Wrentham, Mass., and died in 
Cumberland, R. I. 

James Perry served as sergeant in the Middlesex county 
militia, 1775, and as lieutenant, 1776. He was born in Hol- 
liston, 1734, and died in Charlton, Mass. 

Solomon Peck, (1733-1802), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm under Capt. Samuel Bliss. He was born in 
Cumberland, R. I., and died in Wrentham, Mass. 

MRS. WILHELMINA McCORKLE MOORE. 18163 

Born in Yorkville, South Carolina. 
Wife of Be Neely Moore. 

Descendant of Capt. John Paul Barringer and of Matthew 
Brandon, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Col. William Hart McCorkle and Elva M. Grier, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Grier and Margaret Barringer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Paul Barringer (1778-1844) and Eliza- 
beth Brandon, his second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Paul Barringer and Catherine Black- 
welder, his second wife; Matthew Brandon and Jane Armstrong, his 
wife. 

John Paul Barringer, (1721-1807), was a member of the 
Committee of Safety and so obnoxious to the Tories that he 
was captured and confined many months in a British prison. 
With him was his father-in-law and thev were released 
through the heroic efforts of his wife. He was born in Ger- 
many and died in Cabarrus Co., N. C. 

Matthew Brandon belonged to a family of patriots. He 
was a soldier with Gen. Joseph Graham and Col. George Locke 
in opposing the advance of the British under Comwallis near 
Charlotte, 1780, where Graham was wounded and Locke 
was killed. 



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MRS. MYRTIS PECK MATTHEWS. 18164 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Corp. Jesse Upson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Henry Peck and Mona K. Blake, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Samuel Hopkins Peck and Sarah Holmes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Peck and Polly M. Upson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Upson and Elizabeth Smith, his 
wife. 

Jesse Upson, (1754-1833), enlisted as a private in Capt. 
David Smith's company from Waterbury, 1776, on duty at 
German Flats and served as corporal, 1777. He was born in 
Waterbury and died in Kensington, Connecticut. 

MRS. LENA PENNEBAKER GOLLADY. 18165 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Samuel Golladay. 
Descendant of Rev. Edward Morriss. 

Daughter of Edward Ruthven Pennebaker and Martha Louisa 
Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Fuller Smith and Mary Morriss (b. 1802), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Morriss and Elizabeth Carey Whit- 
taker, his wife. 

Edward Morriss, (1756-1830), enlisted as a soldier in 1779 
and as he was a Wesleyan preacher was detailed as a chap- 
lain. He was born in Virginia; died in Wilson county, 
Tenn. 

Also Nos. 10813, 13027. 

MRS. LUCY GOODE LEWIS. 18166 

Born in Utica, Mississippi. 
Wife of John T. Lewis. 
Descendant of Col. William Marshall and of David Shelton, 

of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lorenzo White and Catherine Saunier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Dearing White and Lucy Goode Shelton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Shelton and Nancy Marshall, his wife. 

See No. 18168. 



64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARTHA DILLON LESTER. 18167 

Born in Wilson County, Tennessee. 

Wife of John A. Lester. 

Descendant of William Dillon. 

Daughter of Thomas Dillon and Harriet Roane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Dillon and Elisabeth Beard, his wife. 

William Dillon, (1764-1847), served as a private in the Vir- 
ginia militia. He was born in Buckingham Co., Va., and 
died in Smith Co., Tenn. 

MRS. MARTHA GOODE SHELTON RIDDLE. 18168 

Born in Smith County, Tennessee. 

Wife of Haywood Yancey Riddle. 

Descendant of Col. William Marshall and of David Shelton. 

Daughter of James Shelton and Nancy Marshall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Marshall and Lucy Goode, his wife (m. 
1785) ; David Shelton and Susan Vaughn, his wife (m. 1783). 

William Marshall, (1757-1810), served in the Virginia 
militia. He was bom in Mecklenburg Co., Va., removed to 
Henderson Co., Ky., where he died. 

David Shelton enlisted from Hanover Co., Va., and was at 
Valley Forge. He died in Caswell Co., N. C, 1796. 

Also Nos. 8641, 12088. 

MRS. IDA CHASE THORNDIKE. 18169 

Born in Maiden, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Octavius Thorndike. 
Descendant of Judge Samuel Chase and of Sergt. Samuel 

Chase. 

Daughter of Henry Fiske Chase and Caroline Sophia Hopkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Chase and Clarissa Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chase and Damaris Sabin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chase and Silence Stowe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Judge Samuel Chase and Mary Dudley, 
his wife. 

Judge Samuel Chase was a member of the Committee of 

Safety of Cornish that met at Claremont, 1775. 

Samuel Chase, (1728-90), served as sergeant in Col. Jona- 
than Chase's regiment of New Hampshire militia. He was 
born in Sutton, Mass., and died in Cornish, N. H. 



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MRS. MANNIE BAXTER JACKSON. 18170 

Born in Memphis, Tennessee. 

Wife of Robert F. Jackson. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Richard Richardson, of South 
Carolina. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Baxter, Jr., and Laura Lavender, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Fletcher Lavender and Sarah Margaret 
Horton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Cato Horton and Elizabeth Elliott 
Kennedy (b. 1799), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William J. Kennedy and Elizabeth Elliott, 
his wife (m. 1786). 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Elliott and Elizabeth Rich- 
ardson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Richardson and Mary 
Richardson, his third wife. 

Richard Richardson, (1705-80), was a member of the Coun- 
cil of Safety, 1775, and a delegate to the convention that 
framed the constitution of South Carolina. He died from the 
effects of his imprisonment at St. Augustine. 

Also Nos. 1031, 5060, 6422, 8057, 9513, 14765. 

MRS. AIMEE TERRASS BENJAMIN. 18171 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Wife of Fred H. Benjamin. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Van Leer, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Francis Johnson and Aimee Van Leer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Van Leer and Amelia Terrass, his wife. 

Gr.-grafiddaughter of Bernard Van Leer and Hannah Heslep, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Van Leer and Hannah Wayne 
(sister of Anthony Wayne), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Bernhardus Van Leer and Mary 
Bronson, his wife (m. 1734). 

Samuel Van Leer commanded the Seventh company. Fifth 

' Battalion of Chester County militia at- Brandywine and 
Germantown. He made for the army, cannon and shot, at 
his furnaces. He died at old "Reading Furnace," 1803, ^tnd 
is buried in Middletown grave yard. 
Also No. 15308. 

MRS. JEFFIE DICKERSON ASHWORTH. 18172 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee, 
Wife of William Seawell Ashworth. 

5 



66 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 

Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Terry Dickerson and Nancy Royall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Dickerson and Rebecca Terry, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Dickerson enlisted, 1776, and served as sergeant 
in the Virginia Line Continental troops under Capt. Wm. Hal- 
ley Avery, and Col. Charles Simms. 

MISS MARGARET LAURENA BANKS. 18173 

Born in Decatur, Alabama. 

Descendant of Lieut. Lawrence Slaughter. 

Daughter of Lawrence Slaughter Banks and Margaret I. Noble, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Baylor Banks and Ann Slaughter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lawrence Slaughter and Susanne Field, his 
wife. 

Lawrence Slaughter was a lieutenant in the Virginia Line, 

1779, and received a land warrant from the state in 1784. 
Also Nos. 10810, 13032. 

MISS RHYBURN DICKERSON CROW. 18174 

Born in Pulaski, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 

Daughter of H. Clay Crow and Catharine Dudgeon Dickerson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane 
Stone, his wife. 

See No. 18172. 

MRS. SARAH CATHARINE DICKERSON CROW. 18175 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 

Wife of H. Clay Crow. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 
Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone, 
his wife. 
See No. 18172. 

MISS BESSIE BANNISTER DICKERSON. 18176 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 



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Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone, 
his wife. 
See No. 18172. 

MISS ROSABEL STONE DICKERSON. 18177 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 

Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone, 
his wife. 
See No. 18172. 

MRS. MARIANNE TRABUE STEELE. 18178 

Born in Davidson County, Tennessee. 

Wife of H. R. Steele. 

Descendant of Edmond Pendleton Rogers, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Andrew Erwin Trabue and Anna Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Trabue and Mary Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmond Pendleton Rogers and Mary Shirley, 
his wife (m. 1808). 

Edmond Pendleton Rogers, (1762-1843), was a private in 
the Virginia militia at the siege of Yorktown. He was bom 
in Caroline Co., Va., and died in Kentucky. 

Also No. 15304. 

MRS. MALVINA WINCHESTER WILSON. 18179 

Born in Sumner County, Tennessee. 

Wife of Dr. W. E. Wilson. 

Descendant of Capt. James Winchester. 

Daughter of George W. Winchester and Malvina Henderson 
Gaines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Winchester and Susan Black, his wife. 

James Winchester, (1752-1826), served as private, lieuten- 
ant and captain in the Maryland Line. He was in many 
battles; promoted for bravery on the field; was wounded; 
taken prisoner and served to the close of the war. He was 
bom in Carroll Co., Md., and died in Sumner Co., Tenn. 

Also No. 5051. 

MISS LENA DICKERSON GORDON. 18180 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 



68 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Ephraim Hubbard Foster Gordon and Eliza- Allen 
Dickerson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Achilles Allen Dickerson and Nancy McWhirter 
Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Terry Dickerson and Nancy Royall, his wife. 

See No. 18172. 

MRS. S. OPHELIA DICKERSON KERR. i8i8i 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 

Wife of John T. Kerr. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 

Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone, 
his wife. 
See No. 18172. 

MRS. JENNIE DICKERSON KEELING. 18182 

Born in Giles County, Tennessee. 

Widow of Dr. James H. Keeling. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickerson. 
Daughter of Washington Riborn Dickerson and Mary Jane Stone^ 
his wife. 
See No. 18172. 

MISS SUSAN EMMA GARTHA BLACKMORE. 18183 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Gov. Richard Caswell, Capt. John Paul Bar- 
ringer and William White. 

Daughter of Jehu Anderson Blakemore and Gartha Anne Bar- 
ringer, his wife. 
See Nos. 18163, 18185. 

MISS MARY LOUISE CHERRY. 18184 

Born in Savannah, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Capt. Valentine Sevier, of Tennessee. 
Daughter of Edgar Cherry and Mary D. Irwin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Irwin and Nancy Conway Sevier, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Sevier and Susannah Conway, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Valentine Sevier and Naomi Douglas, 
his wife. 
Valentine Sevier, (1747-1800), commanded a company 

under his brother John at the battle of King's Mountain. 
Also Nos. 7628, 14839. 



LINEAGE BCX)K. 69 



MRS: ANNE ELIZA WADSWORTH MYERS. 18185 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 
Wife of Thomas R. Myers. 

Descendant of Gov. Richard Caswell, Capt. John Paul Bar- 
ringer and William White, 

Daughter of Jehu Anderson Blakemore and Gartha Anne Bar- 
ringer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Laurens Barringer (1788- 1852) and Nancy 
White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William White and Anne Caswell, his wife; 
John Paul Barringer and Catharine Blackwelder, his second wife. 

See No. 18163. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Caswell and Sarah Heritage, his 
second wife. 

Richard Caswell, (1729-89), served as soldier and states- 
man. He was born in Cecil Co., Md. In 1882 North Caro- 
lina erected to his memory, a monument at Kingston where 
he is buried. Upon it is inscribed "The first governor under 
the free constitution, called to the head of affairs in the dark- 
est hour of the struggle with Great Britain for Independence. 
He gave himself up to the service of his country without 
stint and without compensation." 

Also No. 5658. 

MISS ELIZABETH RYALL. 18186 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder and of Col. Philip 
Johnston. 

Daughter of Henry Clay Ryall and Frances Bomar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas C. Ryall and Elizabeth Scudder, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Johnston Scudder and Elizabeth Sims, 
his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Scudder and Marie Louise 
Johnston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Scudder and Isabella An- 
derson, his wife; Philip Johnston and Rachel Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Johnston and Mary Cajier, 
his second wife. 

Nathaniel Scudder, (1733-81), was in command of militia 

and was killed in a skirmish with British troops at Shrews- 
bury, N. J. He was bom in Monmouth Co., and is buried in 
the old Tennent Church yard. 



TO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Philip Johnston, (1741-76), was colonel of the ist New 
Jersey regiment at the battle of Long Island where he lost 

his life. He was born in Sidney, New Jersey. 
Also Nos. 610, 2274, 1 1959. 

MRwS. MARY BELL WHEELER. 18187 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 
Wife of Albert Johnson Wheeler. 
Descendant of Capt. Robert Powell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. William Palmer Jones and Jane E. Crissey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Jones and Mary B. Powell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Powell and Ann West, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Powell and Mary Bledsoe, his 
wife. 

Robert Powell, (1753-1829), was first lieutenant of the 3rd 
Virginia regiment when promoted captain, 1776. He re- 
signed 1779. He was born in Culpeper Co., Va., and died in 
Adair Co., Ky. 

Also No. 16498. 

MISS JENNIE DAVIDSON SCUDDER. 18188 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder, and Col. Philip 
Johnston. 

Daughter of James Lockhart Scudder and Caroline Davidson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Johnston Scudder and Harriet Whitney, 
his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Scudder and Marie Louise Johns- 
ton, his wife. 

See No. 18186. 

MISS ALBERTA SCUDDER. 18189 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder and of Col. Philip 

Johnston. 

Daughter of James Lockhart Scudder and Caroline Davidson, his 
wife. 
See Nos. 18186, 18188. 



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MISS ELIZABETH McCLELLAND WHITTHORNE. 18190 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder and of Col. Philip 
Johnston. 

Daughter of Bromfield R. Whitthorne and Juliet Shelby Ryall, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas C. Ryall and Elizabeth Scudder, his 
wife. 

See No. 18186. 

MRS. JULIET SHELBY RYALL WHITTHORNE. 18191 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 
Wife of Bromfield R. Whitthorne. 
Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder and of Col. Philip 

Johnston. 

Daughter of Thomas C. Ryall and Elizabeth Scudder, his wife. 
See No. 18186. 

MISS LEOLA ARNOLD. 18192 

Born in Wartrace, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Arnold and of David Vance. 
Daughter of Joseph Oliver Arnold and Bettie Davidson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Quincy Davidson and Susan L. Hord, his 
wife; Thomas Martin Arnold and Nancy Johnson, his wife. 
See No. 18193. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Davidson and Jean Vance, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Vance and Priscilla Brank, his 
, wife. 

David Vance, (1748-1813), served with the North Carolina 

militia at Ramsour's, Musgrove's Mills and King's Mountain. 
Also No. 17635. 

MISS MABEL CLARE ARNOLD. 18193 

Born in Wartrace, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Arnold. 

Daughter of James Arnold and Nannie Francis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Martin Arnold and Nancy Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Arnold and Margaret Bayley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Arnold and Miss Wright, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Arnold and Miss Wicke, his 

wife. 



^2, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Thomas Arnold served as captain in the regiment of In- 
valids until 1783. He was born in Virginia and died in North 
Carolina. 

MISS ANNE DYER. 18194 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Arnold. 

Daughter of James Harrison Dyer and Belle Arnold, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Martin Arnold and Nancy Johnson, his 
wife. 
See No. 18192. 

MRS. MOLLIE THOMPSON DAVIDSON. 18195 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 
Wife of Hugh Lawson Davidson. 

Descendant of Richard Thompson and of Theopholis 
Thompson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Joseph H. Thompson and Mary Myers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Thompson and Nancy White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Thompson and Nancy Wise, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theopholis Thompson and Mary New- 
comer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Thompson and Mary Thomp- 
son, his wife. 

Richard Thompson, was appointed supervisor of the salt- 
peter works of Frederick Co., and on the committee to test 
the muskets, 1776. He was born in Frederick, Md., 1735. 

Theopholis Thompson, (1759-1826), served under De Kalb 
in the Carolinas, 1780. He was born in Maryland and died 
in Tennessee. 

MRS. GEORGIE ETTA MOODY. 18196 

Born in Bedford County, Tennessee. 

Wife of Dr. George Wharton Moody. 

Descendant of Col. William Moore and of William Moore. 

Daughter of Dr. George Mastin Strong and Margaret Bright 
Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Moore and Elizabeth Lawson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Moore and OliWa Free (sister of 
Jacob), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Moore and McCord (?), 

his wife. 

William Moore was a member of the Provincial Congress, 



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LINEAGE BOOK. 75 



1776, and served in the North Carolina mililtia. He was 
born in Ireland and died in Lincoln Co., N. C, about 1800. 
He had four sons, William, Alexander, John and James who 
were active patriots in the Revolution. 

William Moore, Jr., (1758-1844), was a soldier at seventeen 
in the North Carolina militia under Capt. Jacob Free, and 
was at Cowpens, Eutaw Springs and Camden. He was one 
of the defenders of Bryant's Station, Ky., and served under 
Logan until peace was declared. He was born in Delaware 
and died in Washington county, Ind. 

Also Nos. 14663, 17840. 

MISS FRANCES ELIZABETH THOMPSON. 18197 

Born in Shelbyville, Tennessee. 

Descendant of Richard Thompson and of Theopholis 

Thompson. 

Daughter of Joseph H. Thompson and Mary Myers, his wife. 
See No. 18195. 

MRS. LUCIE BRASHEAR BROWN HOLMES. 18198 

Born in St. Mary's Parish, Virginia. 

Wife of John Robert Holmes. 

Descendant of Capt. James Trousdale. 

Daughter of Wilson M. Brown and Louisiana Trousdale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Trousdale and A. Robbins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Trousdale and Elizabeth Dobbins, 
his second wife (m. 1775). 

James Trousdale, (1735-1818), commanded a company 
under Gen. Francis Marion of the North Carolina Rangers, 
and was at the siege of Charleston. He was born in Scot- 
land and died in Tennessee on the land granted him for ser- 
vice in the Revolution. The tomb still stands near the old 
family residence at Gallatin. 

Also Nos. 7363 8059. 

18199 

MRS. ELLEN AMELIA WHITNEY RICHMOND. 18200 

Born in Woodstock, Vermont. 
Wife of Dr. Deane Richmond. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Warren, of Massachusetts. 



74 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of George Frederick Whitney and Augusta Priscilla 
Eaton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Eaton and Eunice Stearns, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Stearns and Esther Warren (b. 
1760), his wife (m. 1780). 

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

Samuel Warren commanded a company in Read's Massa- 
chusetts' regiment, 1775, and was captain in the 13th Con- 
tinental Infantry, 1776. 

Also No. 17313. 

MRS. JESSICA WHITE CABOT. 18201 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Frank Leslie Cabot. 

Descendant of Sergt. Moses White. 

Daughter of Luther Clark White and Laura Maria Kendall, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry White and Eliza Corey Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses White and Susannah Davis, his wife. 

Moses White, (1750-1812), marched from Brookline as ser- 
geant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Thomas White's com- 
pany, Col. William Heath's regiment. He was born in 
Brookline, Mass., and died in Windsor, Vt. 

MRS. CAROLINE H. LANG FELTON. 18202 

Born in Newbury, Vermont. 
Wife of Gay Worthington Felton. 
Descendant of Samuel Lang, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James Lang and Ellen Parker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Sherburne Lang and Mehitable Ricker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lang and Susan Salter, his wife. 
Samuel Lang, (1755-1829), served as a soldier in the Revo- 
lution. He was born in Portsmouth and died in Bath, N. H. 

MRS. EMMA CLARK KIMBALL. 18203 

Born in Groton, Vermont. 

Wife of Frank E. Kimball. 

Descendant of Col. James Gilmore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Newton H. Clark and Emily Hatch, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Gilmore Clark and Martha Rhodes, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of George Clark and Margaret Gilmore (b. 
1767), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Gilmore and Agnes Gilmore (d. 
1776), his second wife. 

James Gilmore, (1734-1809), commanded a company at the 
siege of Boston. At the close of the war he held the rank 
of colonel. He was bom in Londonderry; died in Salem, 
N. H. His son James served as lieutenant. 

Also Nos. 1656, 2185, 9847. 

MRS. MARY L. MERRILL. 18204 

Born in York County, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Rev. John L. Merrill. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Laird and of Maj. John 

Finley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Capt. John A. McMurphey and Agnes Clarkson (1814- 
1884), his wife. • ' 

Granddaughter of Andrew Clarkson (1779-1854) and Abigail Laird 
(1784-1850), his wife. 

See No. 18146. 

MRS. INEZ BLANCHARD MOULTON. 18205 

Born in Barre, Vermont. 
Wife of Clarence Egerton Moulton. 
Descendant of John Cutler. 

Daughter of Azil Norman Blanchard and Ellen Sara Lane, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Willis Lane and Laura Cutler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Cutler and Betsey Watts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Cutler and Elizabeth ' Cutler, his 
wife. 

John Cutler, (1746- 1827), served as a minute man from 

Lynn, Mass. ^He died in Brentwood, N. H. 
MRS. ALICE E. RAMSDELL. 18206 

Born in Providence, Rhode Island. 
Wife of Henry Martyn Ramsdell. 
Descendant of Isaac Clewley. 

Daughter of Thomas Baxter Bibbs and Miranda Clewley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John A. Clewley and Jane A. Clewley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Clewley and Abiah Hawes, his wife. 
Isaac Clewley, (1755-1839), enlisted, from Wrentham, 1775 



y6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN RK\'OLUTION. • 

as a minute man. He served as a bombardier in the Artil- 

« 

lery regiment under Col. John Crane. In 1818 he was placed 
on the pension roll of Penobscot county, Maine. He was bom 
in Wrentham, Mass., and died in Brewer, Maine. 

MRS. EDNA LUCIA FLETCHER DAVIS. 18207 

Born in Chester, Vermont. 
Wife of R. H. Davis. 
Descendant of Daniel Fletcher. 

Daughter of Hazen F. Fletcher and Rena A. Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Foster F. Fletcher and Lucy B. Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas A. Fletcher and Lucinda Sawtelle, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Fletcher and Susan Stone, his 
wife. 

Daniel Fletcher, (1763- 1844), enlisted at the age of sixteen 
and served several enlistments under different commands. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Windsor county, Vt., 
at seventy-one for service of private in the Massachusetts 
Continental Line. He was born in Groton, Mass., and died 
in Chester, Vt. 

MRS. MARY vSAFFORD GOODRICH. 18208 

Born in Pawlet, Vermont. 
Wife of R. W. Goodrich. 
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Safford, Jr. 
Daughter of Jonathan SafTord and Jane Potter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Johnathan Safford and Delia Blackman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Challis SaflFord and Lydia SaflFord, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Safford, Jr., and Marcy Robinson, 
his wife. 
Joseph Safford, Jr., (1742-1808), served as lieutenant in 

Warner*s Additional Continental regiment, 1776. 
Also No. 6381. 

MRS. GEORGINE WILLIS LOGAN. 18209 

Born in Pensacola, Florida. 
Wife of Joseph D. Logan. 
Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis, Maj. George Lewis and 

Lieut.-Col. Lewis Willis, all of Virginia. 
Daughter of George Willis and Sally Innes Smith, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Charles Byrd Willis and Mary Willis Lewis 
(1782-1834), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Lewis and Catherine Dangerfield, his 
wife; Lewis Willis and Ann Carter, his second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington 
(1733-97) (sister of the Commander-in-Chief) his second wife. 

Fielding Lewis, (1725-81), served on the Committee of 
Safety of Fredericksburg where he manufactured arms for 
the government. He distributed salt as well as gunpowder. 

George Lewis, (i 757-1 821), was lieutenant in Washington's 
Body Guard, 1776, and captain, 1777, in Continental Dra- 
goons. At the battle of Princeton he was aide to Gen. Hugh 
Mercer who died in his arms. He was detached to the com- 
mand of cavalry, of the Commander-in-Chief and was at 
Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. He was pro- 
moted major and served to the close of the war. He was 
mentioned in the will of Washington. 

Also Nos. 331, 847, 2139, 3056, 4685, 5679, 6331, 7072, 9515, 13835, 
17229. 

Lewis Willis, (1734-1813), was lieutenant colonel of the 
loth Virginia regiment, 1776-8. 

MRS. FANNIE WILLIS MADISON. 18210 

Born in Orange County, Virginia. 
Wife of Dr. James Madison. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Lewis Willis, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Richard H. Willis and Mucy Mary Nalle, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William C. Willis and Lucy Taliaferro, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Willis and Mary Champe, his first 
wife. 
See No. 18209. 

MISS ELIZABETH COALTER GRINNAN. 18211 

Born in Madison County, Virginia. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. St. George Tucker, of Virginia; 
Jonathan Bryan, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Andrew Glassel Grinnan and Georgia Screven Bryan, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Randolph Bryan and Elizabeth Tucker 
Coalter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bryan and Delia Forman, his wife; 
John Coalter and Frances Bland Tucker, his wife. 



78 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Bryan and Elizabeth Pendarvis, 
his wife; St. George Tucker and Frances Bland (1752-88), his first 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bryan and Mary William- 
son, his wife. 

St. George Tucker, (1752-1827), served as aide to Gen. 
Thomas Nelson, 1779, and was at the siege of Yorktown. He 
was born in Bermuda and died in Nelson Co., Va. 

Jonathan Bryan, (1708-88), was a member of the Council 
of Safety and of the Provincial Congress of Savannah. 
After the capture of the city he was arrested and suffered 
many privations on the "Jersey.'' 

Also No. 13944. 

MRS. SALLIE INNES WILLIAMS BYRD. 18212 

Born in Orange County, Virginia. 

Wife of Lewis Marshall Byrd. 

Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis, Maj. George Lewis, 

and Lieut.-Col. Lewis Willis. 
Daughter of John G. Williams and Kate Murat Willis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Willis and Sally Innes Smith, his wife. 
See No. 18209. 

MISS GEORGELLA DIGGES. 18213 

Born in Albemarle County, Virginia. 

Descendant of Maj. Cole Digges, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Col. George Purdie Digges and Malinda Richards, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Cole Digges and Mary Purdie, his wife. 

Cole Digges, (1754-1817), served as cornet of ist Conti- 
nental Dragoons, 1777, and resigned 1778. He was born in 
Warwick Co., and died in Hanover Co. 

Also No. 5413. 

MISS MARY CHICHESTER LONG. 18214 

Born in Amherst County, Virginia. 
Descendant of Col. Burgess Ball and of Sergt. Armistead 

Long, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. Armistead Long (1801-75) and Elizabeth R. 
Curie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Armistead Long and Elizabeth Burgess Ball 

(1772-1806), his wife (m. I793). 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Burgess Ball and Mary Chichester, his first 
wife. 

Burgess Ball, (1749-1800), equipped and commanded a 
regiment in the Virginia Line. He was an original member 
of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Armistead Long enlisted 1779 at the age of sixteen as a 
private in Lee's Light Dragoons and served three years in 
the South, as he said "without money and almost without 
clothes." 

Also Nos. 44, 1 157, 4863, 12256. 

MISS ANNA SEELEY TUTTLE. 18215 

Born in Columbus, Ohio. 
Descendant of Aaron Austin, Sr., Judge Eliphalet Austin 
Ebenezer Seeley, Amos Tuttle and Ketchel Reed, Sr. 

Daughter of Albert Henrj' Tuttle and Kate Austin Seeley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Boudinot Seeley and Charlotte Cowles Austin, 
his wife; Henry Blakeslee Tuttle and Emeline Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uri Seeley and Abbey Turner, his wife; Rev. 
Eliphalet Austin, Jr., and Satie Berrien Cowles, his wife; David 
Tuttle and Nancy Peck, his wife; Ketchel Reed, Jr., and Sarah 
Dibble, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Seeley and Anna Coley, his 
wife; Judge Eliphalet Austin and Sibyl Dudley, his wife; Amos 
Tuttle and Mary Parks, his wife; Ketchel Reed. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Austin, Sr. 

Aaron Austin, (1716-1802), served in the militia as did his 

sons Aaron, Eliphalet and Nathaniel. 

Also No. 9822. 

Eliphalet Austin, (1760-1838), was at the battles of Ger- 
mantown and Monmouth. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Ashtabula Co., Ohio, at the age of seventy-three, for 
service of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He 
was born in Torringford, Conn. 

Ebenezer Seeley, (1761-1842), served when Tryon invaded 
the Colony. He was placed on the pension roll at seventy- 
one for service of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. 
He was born in Fairfield and died in Weston, Conn. 

Also Nos. 2797, 12577. 

Amos Tuttle, (1745-1800), served in the Vermont militia. 



80 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ketchel Reed, (1754-1842), of Green River, N. Y., served 
at Bemis Heights and Bennington as a private in the New 
York Line, under Capt. Joseph Tanner. 

Also Nos. 1635, 1 1340, 15244. 

MISS LOTTIE PAGE YANCEY. 18216 

Born in Harrisonburg Virginia. 
Descendant of Thomas Lewis, Lieut. Layton Yancey and 

Capt. Daniel Smith, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles A. Yancey and Julia Porterfield Morison, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William Burbridge Yancey and Mary Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Layton Yancey and Frances Lewis (1769- 
1845), 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. 

Thomas Lewis, (1718-90), was a member of the House of 
Delegates from Rockinham county where he died. 

Layton Yancey served in the Continental Dragoons. He 
died in Rockingham Co., 181 3. 

Daniel Smith, (1711-81), served in the militia and was th^ 
first justice of Rockingham county. 

Also Nos. 473, 4280, 5103, 5864, 9886, 16805. 

MRS. ELIZABETH C. HAZZARD GEAR. 18217 

Born in Newcastle, Indiana. 
Wife of Alonzo Stockbridge Gear. 

Descendant of Capt. Cord Hazzard, of Delaware; Capt 
Thomas Woodward, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Samuel Hazzard and Vienna Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Hazzard and Ann Hazzard, his wife; 
Asahel Woodward (1791-1875) and Catherine Hardin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cord Hazzard and Comfort Conwell, his 
wife; Thomas Woodward and Rachel Starr, his wife. 

Cord Hazzard, (1750-1830), served as First Lieutenant, 
Delaware regiment, 1776, and was captain, 1777. He re- 
signed in 1778. 

Thomas Woodward served in the South Carolina Rangers 
and was taken prisoner at Germantown. 



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MRS. LUCY A. TOLMAN FORBES. 18218 

Bom in Needham, Massachusetts. 
Widow of Daniel Henry Forbes. 
Descendant of Adj. John Tolman and of Timothy Broad, 

of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Broad Tolman and Mary Ann Felton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Tolman, Jr., and Lucy Broad, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Tolman and Elizabeth Fisher, his wife; 
Timothy Broad and Dorothea Colburn, his wife. 

John Tolman, (1753-1835), was placed on the pension roll 
of Rutland county, Vt., at the age of eighty-one for service 
as sergeant and adjutant in the Massachusetts militia. He 
was born in Needham, Mass., and died in Fair Haven, Vt. 

Also No. 161 16. 

Timothy Broad, (1745-1811), served at the Lexington 
Alarm from Needham in Capt. Robert Smith's company. 

MISS MARY E. FORBES. 18219 

Born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Adj. John Tolman, Timothy Broad, Silas 
Kellogg, Silas Kellogg, Jr., Daniel Bush, Daniel Forbes, 
Lieut. Col. Aaron Root and William Sheldon, all of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Henry Forbes (1838-89) and Lucy Anna Tol- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reed Forbes (1814-87) and Mary Ann 
Kellogg, his wife; James Broad Tolman and Mary Ann Felton, his 
wife. 

See No. 18218. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Norman Kellogg and Mary Shears (1794- 
1869), his wife; Moses Forbes (1791-1857) and Eliza Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Kellogg, Jr., and Rhoda Root, his 
wife; Jeremiah Shears (1772- 1846) and Rhoda Sheldon, his wife; 
Daniel Forbes (b. 1737) and Achsah Geltsy (Gilchrist), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Kellogg and Ruth Root, his 
wife; Zachariah Shears and Eunice Bush (1747-1803), his wife; 
Daniel Forbes and Abigail Leverus, his wife; Aaron Root and 
Rhoda Ring, his wife; William Sheldon and Hannah Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Bush and Dorothy Bush, 
his wife. 

Silas Kellogg, (1714-90), served on the war committee of 

Sheffield where he died. 
Silas Kellogg, Jr., (1757-1838), was placed in the pension 
6 



82 . DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

^— — » I III* 

roll of Berkshire county at seventy-seven for service of a 
private in the Massachusetts ContiiifititaJl Luue. He was 
born and died in Sheffield* 

Alsa N^. isiSs. 

Daniel Bush, (1718-92), was a minute n»n 1777^ in Capt. 
Enoch Nobte's company j. Col. John AsMey's Berkshire Co. 
regiment. Service thirty days. H^ died in Sheffield. 

Daniel Forbes, (1710-80), was a member of^the Geperal 
Court. He was born in Marlboro and died in WestJ)oro. 

Aarpn^Root, (1720-1809), served as lieutenant colonel of 
the fiffSt Bierksliire Co. regi^ient, 17761. He, wa^ boni in 
Westfijeld and died in Sheffield,- Mass» 

Also No. 14627. 

William Sheldon, (i736-i8i»6), served as a soldier in the 

Bericshti^e Co. militia. He died in Sheffield.- 
MRS. CARRIE MORGAN BURNELL. 18220 

Born, in Fairfax, Vermont. 
Wifp of George W. Burnell. 
Descendant.of Stephen Butler, Corp. Thomas Story and 

Corp Jedediah Merrill, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Stephen Butler Morgan an^ Jeaijette Lovegfrove, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Lovegrove and Susannah Beeman, his 
wife; Andrew liiorgan and Thankful. Bishop Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hampton Paul Lovegfrove and Leviah Story, 
his wife; Joseph Beeman, Jr., and Nancy Lucas Merrill, his wife; 
Stephen Butler and Thankful Bishop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.*granddaughter of Thomas Story and Alice Rouse, his wife; 
Jedediah Merrill and Martha Lucas, his wife. 

Stephen Butler, (1759-1846), served 'imder different com- 
mands as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Chittenden county, Vt., at the age of 
seventy- four. He was bom in Harwinton, Conn., and died 
in Essex, Vt. 

Thomas Story served as private and corporal in Capt. Elijah 
Dew,ey's company of Vermont miUtia. He died in Fairfax, Vt 

Jedediah Merrill, (1739-1831), served as corpocal of mil- 
itia at Fort Ann. and Castleton, 1781;. He died in Fairfax, Vt 



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MRS. MARY TOWNSEND HAY. 18221 

Born in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. 
Wife of Will J. Hay. 

Descendant of Corp. Francis Phelps and Nathan Hatch, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Danville L. Townsend and Hellen J. Loper, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jarvis R. Loper and Hellen Phelps, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Porter Phelps and Jerusha Hatch, his wife. 
Or. -granddaughter of Francis Phelps and Anna Sophia Pratt, his 
wife; Nathan Hatch and Jerusha Fisher (b.1766), his wife. 
Francis Phelpg, (i 757-1842), enlisted from Paxton and 

served as private and corporal. 

Nathan Hatch, (1757- 1847), ser\ed as a private in Capt. 
Isaac Hodge's company, 1776, and enlisted, 1780, to reenforce 
the Continental army. He was born in Attleboro, Mass. 

Also No. 16532. 

MRS. ALICE L. BROWN. 18222 

Born in Brookfield, Vermont. 

Wife of Thomas Hoyt Brown. 

Descendant of Lieut Asa Story, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Marshall Philip Davis and Fanny J. Story, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Story, Jr., and Fanny Fisk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Story and Abiah Giddings, his wife. 

Asa Story, (1748- 1828), served in the Connecticut Conti- 
nental Line as corporal at the Lexington Alarm; sergeant, 
1775; ensign, 1776; second lieutenant, 1777, and resigned, 
1778. He was born in Norwich, Conn; died in East Ran- 
dolph, Vt. 

MRS. FANNIE TUCKER LOW. 18223 

Born in La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Cook and of Raphael Cook, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of William H. Tucker and Elizabeth Letitia Roosevelt, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nelson Roosevelt and Sara Armitage, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Wilton Roosevelt and Elizabeth 
Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Raphael Cook and Anna Mcrwin, his 
wife. 



84 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Cook and Martha Scott, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Cook, (1735- 1822), served in Capt. Timothy 
Clark's company of Connecticut militia, 1779. He was bom 
in Southington, Conn. 

Also No. 15987. 

Raphael Cook, (1755-1822), served as a private in Capt. 

Noadiah Hooker's company, Wolcott's regiment, 1776. He 
was born in Southington, Conn., and died in Buffalo, N. Y. 

MRS. SOPHIE AUGUSTA LAWTON BOWDITCH. 18224 

Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Dr. William Lawton. 

Daughter of George Augustus Lawton and Sophie Pauline Mitch- 
ell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Lawton and Sophia Dobson Willson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lawton and Abigail Farrington, 
his wife. 

William Lawton, (1759-99), entered the army as surgeon's 
mate, Massachusetts infantry, and served to the close of the 
war. He was a member of the Societv of the Cincinnati. 
He was bom in Leicester, Mass., and died in Flushing, L. L 

Also No. 17358. 

MRS. ALICE S, McDILL. 18225 

Bom in Faribault, Minnesota. 

Wife of G. E, McDill. 

Descendant of Peter Crapo and of Silas Kirby, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Charles Merritt Babcock and Phoebe Emma 
Howland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Howland and Phoebe Ann Kirby, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Kirby. Jr.. and Deborah Crapo (b.1786). 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Kirby and Susanna Rogers, his 
wife; Peter Crapo and Sarah West (i747-89>. his first wife. 

Peter Crapo, (1744-1823^ sen-ed as a minute man. 1775-76. 
He >\*as bom and died in Freetown. His brothers Consider. 
Johsua, John, Jr., and Elnathan gave service in Ac War. 

.\lso No. 15740. 



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Silas Kirby served at the Rhode Island Alarm from Dart- 
mouth, where he was born in 1742. 

MRS. MINNIE LAWRENCE JAYNES. 18226 

Born in Oconto, Wisconsin. 
Wife of Fremont N. Jaynes. 

Descendant of Samuel Lawrence and of Ebenezer Stone, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Amos Lawrence (1832-81) and Eliza Letitia Barnard^ 
(1841-75), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Lawrence (1781-1855) and Rozanna 
Rhodes, his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Lawrence (1741-1825) and Naomi 
Stone (1743-1805), his wife. 

Gr.-gfr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lawrence and Mary Hildreth, his 
wife; Ebenezer Stone and Sarah Crowell, his wife. 

Samuel Lawrence, (1714-89), was a minute man from Lit- 
tleton at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Aquila Jewett. 
He died in Ashbv, Mass. 

Ebenezer Stone served as private in Capt. Asa Lawrence's 
company at Fort Clinton, 1778. He was born in Wenham, 
Mass., 1722, and died in Westford, Mass. 

MRS. S. GERTRUDE MORTIMER PALEN. ' 18227 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of George Palen. 

Descendant of Rev. John Leland, Calvin Hall and Capt. 
Joseph Barnes, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ely Hoppock and Caroline Leland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John D. Leland and Jemima Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. John Leland and Sarah Divine, his wife; 
Calvin Hall and Mercy Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Barnes and Hannah Stowe, his 
wife. 

■ 

See No. 181 18. 

MRS. ANNE MAYO FITZHUGH MACLEAN. 18228 

Born in Richmond, Virginia. 
Wife of William Lacy Maclean. 
Descendant of Capt. Francis Dade, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Robert Hunter Fitzhugh and Agnes Macon Dade, 
his wife. 



86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Lawrence Taliakiro Dade and Anne -Mayo, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Francis Dade and Sarah Taliaferro, his wife. 

Francis Dade, (1760-91), served as cornet at the age of 
seventeen; as lieutenant, 1780; and as captain at the close 
of the war. He died in Rose Hill, Orange Co., Va. 

Also Nos. 2700, 5675. 

MRS. REBECCA TRYPHENA YALE. 18229 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Rufus Mitchel Yale. 
Descendant of Corp. Moses Wilder. 
Daughter of Enos Wilder and Sophia Varney, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Wilder and Sarah Whipple, his vwife. 
Gr.-gn*anddaughter of Corp. Moses Wilder and Submit 'Ffost, his 
wife. 
See No. 18027. 

MRS. GEORGIE LYDIA LINCOLN SHIPTON. 18230 

Born in Little Rock, Ark. 
Wife of James A. Shipton. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Percival and of Dr. Jabez 
Percival. 

Daughter of Dr. Charles James Lincoln and Eudora Percival Knox, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George W. Knox and Eudora E. Rose, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Horace Boardman Rose and Elvira Per- 
cival, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.«granddaughter of Jabez Percival and Elizabeth Steams. 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Percival and Mary Fuller, 
bis wife. 

Timothy Percival. (1733-1815), entered the army as lieu- 
tenant and commanded a company of Continental infantrj- at 
the battle of Long Island where he was taken prisoner. He 
was bom in East Haddam, Conn., died in Boone county, Ky. 

Also No. 17965. 

Jabez Percival, (itOo-i&^i), served as a private in the Revo- 
lution. He was bom in Middlesex Co., Conn. ; died in Law- 
renceburg. Indiana. 



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MRS. MATTIE KNOX HAYMAN. 18231 

-Born in Van Boren, Arkansas. 

Wife of Symon Edward Hayman. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Percival and of Dr. Jabez 

Percival. 

Daughter of George W. Knox atid Eudora £. Rose, his wife. 
See No. 18230. 

MRS. HELEN MARIE PENDLETON GAINES. 18232 

Born in Culpeper Court House, Virginia. 
Wife of John H. Gaines, M. D. 
Descendant of Henrj' Pendleton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Fousher and Mary A. Pendleton, • his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Pendleton and Elizabeth Ward, his 
Wife. 

Gr.-grandda tighter of Henry Pendleton and Ann Thomas, his wife, 

Henry Pendleton was a member of the Committee of Safety 
of Culpeper county where he was bom and died. 

Also No. 12659. 

MRS. FANNIE E. SWEASEY. 18233 

"Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of William J. Sweasey. 
Descendant of Charles Powers, M. D., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John W. Baker and Livonia G. Powers, his wile. 
Granddattg4>ter of Lticius Powers and Martha Hubbard, his wife. 
Gr.-granddanghter of Charles Powers, M. D., and Silence Rogers, 
his wife. 

Charles Powers, (1762- 1843), enlisted, 1779, in Capt. Moses 

Montague's company, Col. Israel Chapin's regiment, to 

reenforce the Continental cirmy. He was born in Greenwich 

and died in Acton, Mass. 

MRS. GERTRUDE GILMORE FLINT. 18234 

Born in Chillicothe, Ohio. 
Wife of Brilsford Pease Flint. 

Descendant of Thomas Gilmore, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Young Gilmore and Miary Tiffin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Gilmore and Elizabeth Young; his wife. 
Thomas Gilmore, (1757-1808), enlisted, 1776, in Samuel 



88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Miles' Rifle regiment and served in the Pennsylvania Line 
until 1 78 1. He was born in County Antrim, Ireland, and died 
in Woodcock, Crawford Co., Pa. 

MRS. IDA THRUSTON HALEY DOUGHERTY. 18235 

Born in San Francisco, California. 
Wife of Charles M. Dougherty. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Mynn Thruston, John Thrus- 
ton and Col. Thomas Whiting, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Capt. Robert Haley and Mary Conway, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Conway and Mary Thruston, his wife. 

Gr.-g^anddaughter of Thomas Whiting Thruston (b. 1786) and 
Mary Dorsey Luckett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Thruston and Elizabeth Thruston 
Whiting, his wife (m. 1782). 

Gr.-g^.-gr.-g^anddaughter of Thomas A. Whiting and Elizabeth 
Kennon, his wife; Charles Mynn Thruston and Mary Buckner, his 
first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Whiting and Eliza Whiting, 
his wife. 

Charles Mynn Thruston, (1738-1812), a graduate of Wil- 
liam and Mary College, raised a company which he led in the 
Jersey campaign, where he lost an arm. He was subsequently 
colonel and was known as the "Warrior Parson." He was 
bom in Gloucester Co., Va., and died in Louisiana. 

Also Nos. 23, 1831, 4674, 9185. 

John Thruston, (1761-1802), served as comet under Col. 
George Rogers Clark in the Northwestern campaign. He 
was bom in Gloucester Co., Va. ; died in JeflFerson Co., Ky. 

Thomas Whiting, (1712-81), was a member of the Conven- 
tion from Gloucester Co., Va., arid president of the Naval 
Board until it was abolished. 

Also No. 9410. 

MRS. ADA DOUGHERTY CLEMENT. 18236 

Bom in San Francisco, California. 
Wife of Jabish Clement. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Mynn Thmston, John Thnis- 
.on and Col. Thomas Whiting. 
Daughter of Charles M. Dougherty and Ida Thruston Haley, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Robert Haley and Mary Conway, his wife. 

See No. 18235. 






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MRS. ANNE SCHOLFIELD MOULTON. 18237 

t 

Born in Butte County, California. 

Wife of Irving Farrar Moulton. 

Descendant of Jacob How, Jr. 

Daughter of Anson Smith Scholfield and Anna Eames, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Eames and Miranda How, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob How, Jr., and Betsey Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob How and Lydia Davis, his wife. 

Jacob How, Jr., (1760-1830), enlisted at sixteen, for three 
years in Capt. Jacob Gerrish's company, Col. Moses Little's 
regiment. He was placed on the pension roll of Maine in 
1818, for service of private in the Massachusetts militia. He 
was born in Rowley, Mass., and died in Paris, Mainci. 

MRS. LOUISE BRADFORD McNAMARA. 18238 

Born in Huntsville, Alabama. 

Wife of Michael Joseph McNamara. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wade Keyes and of William 
Bradford. 

Daughter of Col. Larkin Bradford and Louisa Keyes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wade Keyes and Louisa Talbott (1756- 
1836), his wife (m. 1773); William Bradford and Nancy Bayles, his 
third wife. 

John W^ade Keyes, (1752-1839), enlisted as a private in 
Virginia where he was living during the war and rose to com- 
mand a company under Gen. John Thomas. He was born in 
Boston, Mass., and died in Athens, Alabama. 

Also No. 10473. 

William Bradford, (1760-1831), was at the battle of Guil- 
ford Court House, and taken prisoner at the surrender of 
Charleston. He was confined on the "Jersey" until peace was 
declared. He was born in Fauquier Co., Va. 

MRS. MARY EMILY MURRAY. 18239 

Born in Saybrook, Connecticut. 
Wife of Albert L. Murray. 
Descendant of Thomas Coe, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John L. Dowd and Mary Ann Coe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Justin Coe and Rebecca Norton, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Coe and Submit Griswold, his wife. 



'90 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomas Coe, (1759-1827), wits a priTate in CSrpt. Daniel 
Hand's company, 1776, and served in the militia under C^pt. 
Bezaleel Bristol at Fishkiil, 1777. He was borti in- East Guil- 
ford and died in Madison, Conn. 

MRS. EMMA HAYT FOOTE. 18240 

Born in Marshall, Michigan. 

Wife of Allen R.Fodte. 

Descendant of Maj. William South worth, of khdde Island; 
Lieat. Timothy Delevan, of New York. 

Daughter of John T. Hayt aiid Harriet Tillotson,' his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Tillotson and Harriet Southworth, his wife; 
John Hayt and Elizabeth Delevan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Southworth and Mary Throop, his 
wife; Timothy Delevan and Close, his wife. 

William Southworth, (1752-1808), was lieutenant of a 
trainband, 1779, and 1781 was major of Rhode Islsoid militia. 
He was bom in Little Compton, R. I., and died in Genoa, N. Y. 

Also. Nos. 2789, 8375. 

Timothy Delevan, (i 738-1813), was the oldest of nine 
brothers who served in the war. He was ensign, 1776, and 
lieutenant, 1779, of the Dutchess county company of militia. 
He was born in North Salem and died in Pattersoii, N. Y. 

MRS. SARAH MUNSON HOLCOMB. 18241 

Born in^ Hamilton, New York. 
Wife of Charles B. Holcomb. 
Descendant of Waitstill Munson, Thomas Couch and Capt. 

Amos Beacher, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sheldon Munson and Phoebe U. Munson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Munson and Huldah Beeoher, his 
wife; Russell Munson and Phoebe Couch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Waitstill Munson and Elizabeth Frisbic, hi^ 
wife; Salmon I. Beecher aiid Louisa Sheldon, his -wife; Thomas 
Couch and Rachel Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Beacher. 

Waitstill Munson, (1760-1845), enlisted at sixteen in Capt. 
Abraham Footers company, Col. Andrew Ward's regiment. 
He was born in Wallingford and died in Barkhamstead, Conn. 

Thomas Couch, (1757-1839), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He dr^ in Ndrfdk, Conn. 



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Amos Beacher, (1743-1818), commandted a company of 'mil- 
itia at the time of Tryon's invasion. He was bom in Conn., 
and died in Rensselaerville, N. Y. 

Also No. 16052. 

MISS GRACE ELIZABETH HOLCOMB. 18242 

Born in Simsbury, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Job Case, Capt. Solomon Buell, Lieut. 
William Wilcox, Jedediah Case, Capt. Benajah Holcomb, all 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gavette Burt Holcomb and Ellen Maria Humphrey. 
his wife. 

Gramddaughter of Trumbull Humphrey and Deluna Case, his wife; 
Edmund B. H. Holcomb and Elizabeth Gavette, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaugfhter of Friend Case (b.1781) and Sarah Case, hii 
wife; Hull Holcomb and Lurinda Buell, his wife; Rufus Humphrey 
and Lucy Case, his wife. 

Gr.-grr-granddaughter of Job Case and Joanna Wilcox (Willcock- 
son), his wife; Peter Frederick Buell (1764- 1827) and Rosanna Case, 
(1766-1839), his wife; Moses Case and Lucy Wilcox (parents of Lucy), 
his wife; Jedediah Case, Jr., and Letica Tuller, his wife; Benajah 
Holoomb, Jr., and Mary Case, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Buell and Lydia Case (1735- 
1818), his wife; William Wilcox and Lucy Case, his wife; Jedediah 
Case arid Mercy Hart, his wife; Benajah Holcomb and Lydia For- 
ward, his wife. 

Job Case, (1737-98), commanded a company at the New 
Haven Alarm. He had charge of the troops that transported 
cannon balls from Salisbury to Boston. He was born and died 
in Simsbury. 

Also Nos. 5337, 6472, 1 1837, 13629, 17364. 

Solomon Buell, (1734-93), was appointed lieutenant of the 
first alarm company of Simsbury where he was born and died. 

Also No. 15995. 

William Wilcox, (1727-75), served from Simsbury as lieu- 
tenant at the Lexington Alarm. 

Jedediah Case, (1733-1818), enlisted from Simsbury as a 
private in the regiment of Connecticut militia. 

Also No. 8340. 

Benajah Holcomb, (1737- 1828), commanded a company to 

repel the enemy at New Haven. 
Also No. 11414. 



92 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MISS CELIA M. MUNSON. 18243 

Born in Simsbury, Connecticut 

Descendant of Waitstill Munson, Thomas Couch and Capt 

Amos Beacher, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sheldon Munson and Phoebe U. Munson, his wife. 
See No. 18241. 

MRS. MARY PHELPS STEVENS. 18244 

Born in Simsbury, Connecticut. 
Wife of Nathaniel Benjamin Stevens. 

Descendant of Col. Noah Phelps and of Col. Jonathan Pet- 
tibone, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jeffery Orson Phelps and Pollma Salome Barnard, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Noah Amherst Phelps and Charlotte Wil- 
cox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Phelps and Lydia Griswold, his wife; 
Ezekiel Wilcox and Rosanna Pettibone (b. 1739), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Pettibone and Martha Hum- 
phrey, his wife. 

Noah Phelps, (1740- 1809), visited Fort Ticonderoga in dis- 
guise, 1775, and his report to Ethan Allen led to its surprise 
and capture. He served in the New York and Jersey cam- 
paigns and commanded a regiment at the close of the Avar. 
He was born and died in Simsbury. 

Also Nos. 1064, 2223, 4002, 5845, 6472, 12235, 15993- 

Jonathan Pettibone, (1710-76), was at Bunker Hill and was 
colonel of the i8th Regiment in the New York campaign. He 
died of camp fever near White Plains, N. Y., and a monu- 
ment to his memory is in the cemetery at Simsbury, Conn. 

Also Nos. 1189, 3097, 6980, 16791. 

MRS. HANNAH ELIZABETH WILLIAMS GRACE. 18245 

Born in Groton, Connecticut. 

Wife of John Grace. 

Descendant of Elder Parke Avery and of Ens. Ebenezer 
Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alonzo Avery Williams and Hannah Fish Latham, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Williams and Elizabeth Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Elizabeth Green (1749- 
84), his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Parke Avery and Mary Latham (1716- 
73), his wife. 

Parke Avery, (1710-96), was a member of the Assembly 
and on the Committee of Inspection of Groton, where he was 
bom and died. His sons Parke, Jr., Simeon, Stephen, Ebe- 
nezer, Jasper and Elisha served in the war. 

Also Nos. 2333, 3849, 4171, 5030, 624s, 8331, 13089. 

Ebenezer Avery, (1747-1828), was severely wounded at the 
battle of Groton Heights. It was at his house where many 
of the dead and wounded were taken, and for many years the 
blood stains were visible on the floor. 

Also Nos. 10365, 15997. 

MRS. JENNIE FULLER TAYLOR. 18246 

Born in Columbia, Connecticut. 
Wife of George Franklin Taylor. 
Descendant of GamalHel Little, of Connecticut 

Daughter of George Bennett Fuller and Jane Elizabeth Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Fuller and Nancy A. Delia Holbrook. 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Holbrook and Mindwell Little, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-g^anddaughter of Gamaliel Little and Sarah Phelps, his 
wife. 

Gamaliel Little served as comet, 1776, in the regiment of 
Light Horse commanded by Col. Gold Selleck Silliman. He 
was born in Lebanon, 1742, where he died. 

MRS. ETTA AMELIA JENNINGS SHERWOOD. 18247 

Born in Westport, Connecticut. 
Wife of Royal Wheeler Sherwood. 

Descendant of Peter Jennings, of Connecticut; Capt. Dan- 
iel Bouton, of New York. 

Daughter of Wilbur Clinton Jennings and Henrietta Amelia Steb- 
bins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Wakeman Jennings and Ellen Ogden 
Morehouse, his wife; Stephen Jarvis Stebbins and Sarah Bouton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-g^anddaughter of Wakeman Jennings and Mary Penfield, his 
wife; Enoch Bouton and Elizabeth Stebbins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaugter of Peter Jennings and Sarah Wakeman, his 
wife; Daniel Bouton and Sarah Bouton, his wife. 



94 V DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Peter Jennings,' (1764-1841), enlisted as a private and was 
placed on the pension roll in 1832 for service of two years. 
He was born and died in Fairfield. 

Daniel Bduton, (1743- 1820), served as captain in the West- 
chester county militia. He lost his arm in 1781 and 1784 
received a pension. He died in Boutonville, N. Y. 

Also No. 16000. 

MRS. ADELIA HARRIET TUTTLE BILLAM. 18248 

Born in New H^ven County, Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel Wells Billam. 

Descendant of Moses Tuttle and of Nicodemus Baldwin, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Zopher Tuttle and Nancy Sherman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wooster Tuttle and Mercy Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Tuttle and .Damaris Hitchcock, his 
wife; Nicodemu& Baldwin and Martha Harrison, his wife. 

Moses Tuttle, (1753- 1835), enlisted as a private apd re- 
ceived a pension for his service. He was born in Cheshire 
and died in Prospect, Conn. 

Also No. 14726. 

Nicodemus Baldwin, (1755-99), served two enlistments in 
the Connecticut line under different commands. He wasL,bom 
and died in Branford, Conn. 

Also No. 74^0. 

MISS FLORA ELIZABETH BILLAM. 18249 

, Born in Terryville, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Moses Tuttle and of Nicodemus Baldwin, 
of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel Wells Billam and Adelia H. Tuttle, h^ wife. 
Granddaughter of Zopher Tuttle and Nancy Sherman, his wife. 
See No. 18248. 

MRS. CORA LYMAN DREW. 18250 

Born in Troy, New York. 
Wife of Edward Clayton Drew. 

Descendant of Gideon Walker. 

Daughter of Charles Lyman and Juliett Emery Carpenter,: hi» wife 
Granddaughter of McKenzie Carpenter and Juliett • Wadker, his 

wife. 




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Gr. -granddaughter of James Otis W^ker ai|d. Btnuiqe MaJFsh,' hi» 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Walker and Rachel Foster, his 
wife. 

Gideon Walker, (1738-93), served on the Committee of 

Safelyo£rVermont and in the militia. He was bor» in Attle- 
boro, Mass., and died in Whiting, Vt. 

MRS. CANDORA SBELEY GUERNSEY. 18251 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of James Herbert Guernsey. 

Descendant of Corp. Amos Prichard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Simeon Seeley and Anna Guy Lee, his wife. 

Gt<9nddaught'er of Charles Seeley and Amy Pritchard, his wife. 

Gr.»graBddaughter of Roger Prichard (b. 1782) and Chloe Nichols, 
his .wifQ. 

Gr.-gf.-granddaughter of Aipps Prichard and Mary Tompkins (b. 
1742), his second wife (m. 1777). 

Amos Prichard, (1739-1814), served as corporal in a com- 
pany from Waterbury in the loth regiment of militia at New 
York, 1776. He was born in Waterbury where he died. 

MRS. FIDELIA E. ORMSBEE HOLDEN. 18252 

Born in Thompson, Connecticut. 

Widow of Edward L. Holden. 

Descendant of Ebene;&er Phelps, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Ormsbee and Fidelia Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Phelps and Polly Russell Jordan, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Phelps, (1755-1818), enlisted from Sutton as a 
private in the Massachusetts militia. His widow received a 
pension for his service. He was bom in Sutton, Mass., and 
died in Thompson, Conn. 

MRS.: ALICE TUTTLB TOLLES. 18253 

Born in Prospect, Connecticut. 
Wfe of Harrison B. Tolles. 
Descendant of Moses Tuttle and of Nicodemus Baldwm, of 

Connecticut. 
Daughter of Zopher Tuttle and Nancy Sherman, his wife. 
Ssc-No. 1824^. 



96 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■ III I III » , 

MISS SARAH EMELINE POPE. 18254 

Born in Oxford, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Louin Pope and of Jonathan Adams, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Adams Pope (1797-1887) and Olive Lathe 
(1795-1850), his wife. 

Granddaughter of West Pope (1772-1824) and Sylvia Adams (1777- 
1871), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Louin Pope and Mary West (1742-1814), his 
wife; Jonathan Adams and Sarah Weed, his wife (m. 1774)* 

Louin Pope, (1737-99), commanded a company of minute 
men from Dartmouth at the Lexington Alarm. He was bom 
in Dartmouth and died in New Braintree, Mass. 

Jonathan Adams, (1748-1840), was a private in Capt. David 
Batcheller's company of Worcester county militia at the 
Rhode Island Alarms and was wounded in service. He was 
bom in Northbridge, Mass., and died in Providence, R. L 

MISS SYLVIA ANN POPE. 18255 

Born in Oxford, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Louin Pope and of Jonathan Adams, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Adams Pope and Olive Lathe, his wife. 
See No. 18254. 

MRS. JANE BREWSTER ROBERTSON. 18256 

Born in Oris wold, Connecticut. 

Wife of William Benjamin Robertson. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Tyler and of Elias Brews- 
ter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Brewster and Abby Tyler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Tyler, Jr., and Mary Boardman, his wife; 
Elias Brewster and Margery Morgan, his wife (m. 1785). 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Tyler and Mary Spalding Coit, his wife, 

John Tyler, (i 721 -1804), entered the army as captain; was 
colonel of Continental Infantry 1776, and brigadier general 
of militia in the Rhode Island campaign, 1778. He was bom 
in Preston, where he died. 

Also Nos. 7030, 8201, 14712, 16011. 

EHas Brewster, (1759- 1834), enlisted in Capt. Joshua Hunt- 
ington's company and served in the New York campaign 1776*^ 



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At the age of seventy-four he was placed on the pension roll 
of New London county for service of private in the Connecti- 
cut Continental line. He was bom in Preston and died in 
Griswold, Conn. 
Also Nos. 12047, 14481. 

MRS. LUCINDA LEWIS STEARNS. 18257 

Born in Block Island, Rhode Island. 
Wife of William L. Stearns. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Lewis, Jr., of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Charles Casson Lewis and Frances Maria Mason, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Gates Lewis (b. 1778) and Betsey Bailey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Lewis, Jr., and Elizabeth Hull (1741- 
1813), his wife. 

Nathaniel Lewis, Jr., (1733-1821), served in the Revolution 

as sergeant. He was horn in R. I., and died in Exeter. 

MRS. EMMA WAITSTILL DEMERITT. 18258 

Born in Jersey City, New Jersey. 
Wife of Charles Henry Demeritt. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Perkins, Thomas Savery and 
WiUiam Atwood, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Law and Polly Savery, his wife. 
' Granddaughter of John Savery and Polly Atwood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peleg Savery and Hannah Perkins, his wife; 
Eli Atwood and Lydia Griffith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Perkins and Hannah Sampson, 
his wife; William Atwood and Lydia Fuller, his wife; Thomas 
Savery and Priscilla Paddock, his wife. 

Joshua Perkins served at the Lexington Alarm and in 1777 
was made lieutenant in Capt. Amasa Soper's company. In 
1 78 1 he was at West Point. He was horn in Plympton. 1729, 
and died in Middleboro, Mass. 

Thomas Savery enlisted, 1775, and was at the siege of Bos- 
ton. He was on the Committee of Correspondence of Plymp- 
ton to consider and report on public affairs. 

William Atwood enlisted, 1775, in the militia of Plymouth 
countv, where he lived and died. 

7 



98 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS LILA YER PLANCK NORTH. 18259 

•r Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. John Carter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Carter North and Elizabeth Mason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin North and Hannah Benedict Carter, 
his wife. 

(ir.-granddaughter of Samuel Carter and Elizabeth Hanford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Carter and Hannah Benedict, his 
wife. 

John Carter, (1730-1819), gave civil and military service. 

^ Also Nos. 4733, 5828, 6221, 7422, 8330, 10323, 14661. 

MISS AMY WHITTlNbTON EGGLESTON. 18260 

Born in Melrose, Massachusetts.' 

Wife of George Mahon Eggleston. 

Descendant of Lieut. Hananiah Parker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hiram Whitting^on and Alice Parker Strcetcr, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Hunt Streeter and Alice Kilham Parker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Pierpont Parker and Annie Drury, his first 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hananiah Parker and Hepzibath War- 
ren,, his wife. 

Hananiah Parker, (1753-93), served as lieutenant at the 
Lexitigton Alarm from Worcester county, Mass., in Capt. Seth 
Morse's company. He was bom in Shrewsbury, Mass., and 
died in Wilton, N. H. 

Also No. 16930. 

MRS. SOPHIA WELLS WATERS ROBINSON. 18261 

Born in New Britain, Connecticut. 

Wife of Timothy Boardman Robinson. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Wells, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Wells and Julia Roberts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Absalom Wells and Lorrain Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Wells and Abigail Hurlburt, his wife. 
• Robert Wells, (1740-1812), commanded a company of mil- 
itia to repel Tryon in 1779. He was appointed in 1780 on a 
committee to raise men for the army. He was born and died 
in Wethersiield, Conn. 



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MISS NELLIE EMCXJENE WRIGHT. 18262 

Born in Bristol, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Gould Crissey and of Phineas Wright, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Julius Wright and Jane Allurah Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Wright and Esther Crissey (1794-1844), 
his wife; Abijah Wright (1801-1885) and Emily Clafflin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gould Crissey and Eunice Morse (1763-1841), 
his wife (m. 1783) ; Phinehas Wright and Esther Dilno, his wife. 

Gould Crissey, (1760-1838), was placed on the pension roll 
of Hartford county at seventy-four for service of a private in 
the Connecticut militia. He died in Southington. 

Phineas Wright, (1762-1842), enlisted from East Haddam 
in Capt. Eliphalet Holmes' company, Wadsworth's brigade, 
and served in the New York cam.paign, 1776. He was born 
in East Haddam, Conn., and died in East Richford, Vt. 

MRS. JENNIE BEARDSLEY AMBLER. 18263 

Born in Monroe, Connecticut. 

Widow of Richard Charles Ambler. 

Descendant of David Beardsley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Beardsley and Jane M. Shelton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen M. Beardsley and Susan Nichols, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Beardsley and Catharine Beardsley 
Beardsley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Beardsley and Mary Beardsley, 
his wife. 

David Beardsley, (1728-1802), served at Ticonderoga, 1775, 
in the second company from Stratford, Col. Samuel Whiting's 
regiment. He was bom in Stratford and died in Trumbull. 

Also Nos. 4404. 5300. 

MRS. EDITH MARSTON BANKS. 18264 

Born in West Falmouth, Maine. 

Wife of Dr. Chlarles Lincoln Banks. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ozias Blanchard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Seward Bainbridge Marston and Harriet Amelia Has- 
kell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Haskell and Dorcas Blanchard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Blanchard and Dorcas Bucknam, 
his wife. 



100 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ozias Blanchard and Mercy Soule, his 
wife. 

Ozias Blanchard, (1742-1826), served as sergeant, 1775, in 
Capt. George Rogers' company and as lieutenant, 1777, in 
the Cumberland county regiment of militia. He was bom in 
Weymouth and died in Cumberland, Mass. 

MRS. HATTIE E. JARVIS COE. 18265 

Born in Weston, Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Pierson Coe. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nehemiah Beers, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Andrew S. Jarvis and Mary J. Bulklcy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Bulkley and Louisa Godfrey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Ward Bulkley and Rebecca Gregory, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Bulkley and Sarah Beers, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Beers. 

Nehemiah Beers served in the militia at Peekskill, 1777. 
He contracted smallpox and died soon after this campaign. 
He was born and died in Weston. His son Fanton served 
through the war and received a pension. 

MRS. HELEN JUDSON LEWIS CATLIN. 18266 

Born in Stratford, Connecticut. 
Wife of Lyman S. Catlin. 
Descendant of Stephen Lewis, Capt. Stiles Judson and Jesse 

Burr, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Lewis and Jennette Hubbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Curtis Lewis and Juliana Judson, his 
wife; Absalom Hubbell and Amelia Burr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Lewis and Jerusha Curtis, his wife; 
Stiles Judson and Naomi Lewis, his wife; Je^se Burr and Sally Wil- 
son, his wife. 

Stephen Lewis, (1749-1839), served as a private in Capt. 

Nathaniel Wheeler's company, 1776, and at the burning of 

Fairfield. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of 

eighty-four. He was born and died in Stratford. 

Also No. 17897. 

Stiles Jucison, (i 752-1834), commanded a company when 

Try on invaded the Colony, 1779. He was placed on the pen- 



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sion roll of Fairfield county at the age of eighty-one for ser- 
vice of corporal and sergeant in the Connecticut militia. 

Jesse Burr, (1755-1813), enlisted in the first call for troops 
and served three years. He was born and died in Fairfield. 

Also No. 13203. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WATERMAN LEWIS MOORE. 18267 

Born in Stratford, Connecticut. 
Widow of Capt. James Hovey Moore. 
Descendant of Capt. Nehemiah Waterman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alanson Freemund Lewis and Julia Waterman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Waterman and Lucy Abbe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Waterman and Susanna Isham, 
his wife. 

Nehemiah Waterman, (1736-1802), commanded a company 
of miHtia under Col. Nathan Gallup to cooperate with Count 
d'Estaing, 1779. He was born in Bozrah. 

MRS. ISABEL CURTISS NICHOLS. 18268 

Born in Trumbull, Connecticut. 
Wife of Horace Nichols. 

Descendant of Gershom Banks, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elliott Plumb Curtiss and Clarissa Bulkley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Bulkley and Lucy Banks, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Banks and Ruth Banks (1754-1848), 
his wife. 
Gershom Banks, (1753-1835), was captured, taken to New 

York, imprisoned in the Sugar House and his house plundered. 
At the age of seventy-nine he received a pension for two years' 
actual service as a private. He was born and died in Fairfield. 
Also No. 5294. 

MRS. CAROLINE A TWA TER. 18269 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
Wife of Frank Minott Ward. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Phelps, of Connecticut; Rev. 
Eleazer Storrs, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Atwater and Catherine Ault Atwater, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Jeremiah Atwater and Clarissa Storrs, his 
wife. 



I02 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■ ■■ ; ■ ■■ _... ■ ■_■< >!■ I ■ r 

Gr. -granddaughter of Rev. Eleazer Storrs and Anne Phelps, his 
wife. 
Gr.-gr.-g^anddaughter of Josiah Phelps and Hannah Saxton, his 
' wife (m. 1734). 

Josiah Phelps, (1708-91), commanded a company of militia, 
1779. He was born in Windsor. 

Rev. Eleazer Storrs, of Sandisfield, served as chaplain and 
on the field of battle marched with his musket in the ranks. 



MISS CAROLINE MEAD FOSS. 18270 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Corp. Edmund Mead, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Archibald Campbell Foss and Hannah Caroline Mead, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ralph Mead and Sarah Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Mead and Theodosia Mead (daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Mead), his wife (m. 1776). 

Edmund Mead, (1752- 1790), served as corporal in Capt. 
Abraham Mead's company, Col. John Mead's regiment, 1776. 
He was appointed, 1778, on the Committee of Safety of Green- 
wich, where he was bom. He was lost at sea. 

MISS HARRIET CAMPBELL FOSS. 18271 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Corp. Edmund Mead, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Archibald Campbell Foss and Hannah Caroline Mead, 
his wife. 
See No. 18270. 

MRS. UNDINE G. OSBORN. 18272 

Born in Norwalk, Connecticut. 

Wife of William Edgar Osborn. 

Descendant of Tliomas Aiken, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Goodfellow and Sarah Gertrude Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Brown and Agusta Aiken, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Janies Aiken and Abigal Sturges, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Aiken and Betty Hyatt, his wife. 

Thomas Aiken, (1758-1846), was placed on the pension roll 
of Fairfield county in 1832, for two years' actual service in 
the militia. He was born and died in Norwalk. 



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MRS. MARY BARNUM GUMBART. 18273 

Bom in Bethel Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward Hugo Gumbart. 

Descendant of Capt. Ephraim Bamum, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edmond Romaine Barnum and Mary Maria Durant, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aurelius Barnum and Ruth Todd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Noah Starr Barnum and Lurania Dun- 
ning, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Barnum and Rachel Starr 
(Bebee), his wife. 

Ephraim Barnum, (1733-1817), was appointed by the Gen- 
eral Assembly in 1778 captain of the 9th company or train- 
band, i6th regiment of militia, in this state. He was bom 
and died in Bethel, Conn. 

MRS. GERTRUDE FIELD WYATT. 18274 

Born in Sylvania, Wisconsin. 

Wife of Rev. Albert Harmon Wyatt. 

Descendant of Helmont Kellogg and of Ichabod Field. 

Daughter of Julius Field (b. 1799) and Minerva S. Kellogg, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Helmont Kellogg and Susanna Moore, his wife; 
Ichabod Field and Anne French (1767- 1839), his wife (m. 1785). 

Helmont Kellogg, (1762-1846), served several enlistments 
under different commands. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Litchfield county at the age of seventy-two for service 
of private in the Continental Line. He was born in New 
Hartford and died in Goshen, Conn. 

Ichabod Field, (1763- 1838), served in the Connecticut mil- 
itia at West Point, 1781, under Col. Samuel Canfield. He was 
bom in East Guilford, Conn., and died in Lansing, N. Y. 

MRS. AMANDA CHICHESTER GREEN. 18275 

Born in Norwalk, Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Finney Green. 
Descendant of Henry Chichester, Stephen St. John and 

Moses Betts, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Peter Leonard Cuningham and Amelia Chichester, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Chichester, Jr., and Caroline St. John, 
his wife. 



104 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Chichester and Deborah Ho)rt, his 
wife; Stephen St. John, Jr., and Sarah Betts, his wife (m. 1797). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen St. John and Mary Piatt Betts, 
his wife; Moses Betts and Ann Sturges, his wife (m. 1776). 

Henry Chichester, (1762-1849), was taken prisoner at the 
battle of Long Island and confined in the Old Sugar House. 
He received a pension for two year's actual service. He was 
born in Long Island and died in Norwalk, Conn. 

Also No. 15441. 

Stephen St. John, (1733-1801), served in the Coast Guards 
of Norwalk under Capt. E. Lockwood. 

Moses Betts, (1751-1821), enlisted in Capt. Samuel Cwn- 
stock's company, 9th militia regiment, 1776. He was bom 
and died in Wilton, Conn. 

Also No. 17893. 

MRS. MARY SMITH OLMSTED. 18276 

Born in Norwalk, Connecticut. 

Wife of George H. Olmstead. 

Descendant of Joseph Banks, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edmond B. Smith and July B. Craft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Smith and Jane Banks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Banks and Esther Williams, his wife. 

Joseph Banks, (1753- 1830), served in the militia of Fair- 
field county. He applied for a pension but died before it was 
allowed, and his widow received it. 

MRS. ANNA LAURETTA GILBERT MOORE. 18277 

Born in Hebron, Connecticut. 
Wife of Emerson William Moore. 
Descendant of Col. Henry Champion, Deborah Champion 

Gilbert, Samuel Gilbert, Aaron Gillet and Gibbons Jewett, all 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Porter Gilbert and Mary Lauretta Hutchinson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peyton Randolph Gilbert and Anna Porter, his 
wife (m. 1806); John Bissell Hutchinson and Lauretta Jewett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gilbert and Deborah Champion, his 
wife Jni. 1775); Elihu Porter and Mary Gillett, his wife (m. 1782); 
George Jewett and Mary Champion, his wife (m. 1789). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Champion and Deborah Brain- 



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ard, his wife (m. 1746); Aaron Gillet and Anna Pratt, his wife (m. 
1757); Gibbons Jewett and Rhoda Hyde, his wife (m. 1761). 

Henry Champion, (1723-97), was appointed commissary 
when Washington took command of the army. He was col- 
onel of militia in the New York campaign, 1776. He was 
born in East Haddam and died in Colchester, Conn. 

Deborah Champion Gilbert, (1753-1845), carried dispatches 
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 No. 4704. 

Samuel Gilbert, (1734- 18 18), was deputy to the General As- 
sembly, 1775-79. He was born and died in Hebron. 

Aaron Gillet, (1732-86), served several enlistments from 
'76 to '78 under different commands. 

Gibbons Jewett, (1738-89), was surgeon of the 4th Battal- 
ion, Continental Army. He was born in Lyme and died in 
East Haddam. 

MRS. ROSA JANE TALCOTT. 18278 

Born in Vernon, Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel Augustus Talcott. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Harding, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horace Wells Talcott and Jane Maria Gardner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert Gardner and Tacy Greene, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Clark Gardner and Elizabeth Harding, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Harding and Amy Gardner, his 
wife. 

Stephen Harding, (1723-89), commanded a company of 
Westmoreland militia under Col. Zebulon Butler. He was in 
charge of Fort Jenkins when he was captured, 1778. He was 
born in Colchester, Conn., and died in Exeter, Pa. His 
sons Benjamin and Stukely were massacred by the Indians. 

Also Nos. 13522, 15279, 17172. 

MRS. AUGUSTA W. COGSWELL WAITE. 18279 

Born in Washington, Connecticut. 
Wife of Rev. Foster Russell Waite. 



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I ■ ■ ■ I 1 ■ ■ ■ II I ■ « I , 

Descendant of Maj. William Cogswell, Sergt. Martin Whit- 
tlesey and Isaac Camp, Jr., all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Roger Newton Cogswell and Thalia Judson Whittle- 
sey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Cogswell, Jr., and Lucy Whittlesey, his 
wife; Charles Whittlesey and Mary Ann Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Cogswell and Anna Camp, his wife; 
Joseph Whittlesey and Polly Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of William Cogswell and Anna Whittlesey, 
his wife; Martin Whittlesey and Sarah Deming, his wife; Isaac 
Camp, Jr., and Jane Baldwin, his wife. 

William Cogswell, (1734-86), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Inspection and served eight terms in the Connecticut 
Assembly. He commanded a company of militia in the New 
York compaign, 1776. He was born in Ipswich, Mass., and 
died in New Preston, Conn. 

Also Nos. 6561, 9462, 10374, 15366. 

Martin Whittlesey, (1737- 1808), was placed on tl;ie invalid 

pension roll as sergeant in 1785. He was bom in Wethersfield 
and died in Washington, Conn. 

Isaac Camp, Jr., (1740-93), enlisted, 1777, for three years 
in Capt. Samuel Mattock's company, Chandler's regiment, and 
was at the battle of Monmouth. He was bom in Milford; 
died in New Preston. 

Also No. 7715. 

MRS. ALMIRA HOUGHTON PULSIFER. 18280 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nathan Trowbridge Pulsifer. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Houghton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Lawson Valentine and Lucy Heywood Houghton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Houghton (1796-1846) and Martha Pol- 
lard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Houghton (i769-i85'3) and Abigail 
Barnard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Houghton and Susannah 
Moore, his wife. 

Jonathan Houghton, (1737-1829), served as lieutenant at 
the Lexington Alarm in the minute company from Bolton, 
under Capt. Benjamin Hastings. He commanded a company, 
1776, in Col. Jonathan Smith's regiment. He was born in 
Lancaster and died in Bolton, Mass. 



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Mji'S. HATTIE J. BOWEN. 18281 

Born in Putnam, Connecticut. 
Wife of Allen W. Bowen. 

■ • 

Descendant of William Walker. 

Daughter of John Carpenter and Emily A. Chandler, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard Carpenter and Cynthia Walker, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of William Walker and Cynthia Hopping, his 
wife. 

William Walker, (1759-1843), enlisted at Providence, R. I., 

' ■ and at the age of seventy-four applied for a pension. It was 

allowed for seven months' actual service as a private in the 

Rhode Island Line. He was born in Rehobeth, Mass., and 

died in Thompson, Conn. 

MRS. ELLEN MARIA CHILD CARPENTER. 18282 

Born in Woodstock, Connecticut. 

Wife of John Richard Carpenter. 

Descendant of David Holmes, M. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Abel Child and Ellen Matilda Bugbee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Bugbee and Jemima Rilla Harding, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Bugbee and Bathshua Holmes, his 
wife. 

See No. 18288. 

MRS. MAUDE ALLIENE DOUTY KEACH. 18283 

Born in Killingly, Connecticut. 
.yjiie of Herbert C. Keach. 

Descendant of Gov. Johnathan Trumbull, Hon, William Wil- 
• lisms and Col. Samuel McClellan, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jerome Nichols Douty and Alice Maude Day, his wife. 
, Gpnddaughter of Dwight Norse Day and Harriet Cordelia 

Mathewson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Smith Mathewson and Faith Williams 
■' McCWlari, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John McClellan and Faith Williams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McClellan and Rachael Abbe, 
his second wife; William Williams and Mary Trumbull, his wife 

'■-'*''W 1771). 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Trumbull and Faith 
Robinson, his wife. 
Jonathai). Trui?ibull, (1710-85), was the friend and adviser 



I08 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of Washington and the governor during the Revolution. He 
gave fifty years of service to his country and the significant 
name of "Brother Jonathan" will out last memorials of marble 
and bronze. He was bom and died in Lebanon. 

Also Nos. 289, 1429, 2736, 4156, 5316, 7033, 12244. 

William Williams, (1731-1811), a graduate of Harvard, was 
a member of Assembly when war was declared. He resigned 
the command of a regiment when elected to the Continental 
Congress. He was a signer of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. His devotion to the cause was shown in many ways. 
He gave up his house to the officers and removed his family 
to less comfortable quarters; he exchanged specie for paper 
currency and throughout life was a disinterested Christian 
patriot. He was born and died in Lebanon. 

Samuel McClellan, (1738-1807), served as major, 1775; 
as lieutenant colonel, 1776; was promoted colonel, 1779; com- 
manded Connecticut militia in 1781. He was born in Wor- 
cester, Mass., and died in Woodstock, Conn. 

MRS. ABBIE PAGE DANIELS. 18284 

Born in Candia, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Frederick Jennings Daniels. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Emerson, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Richard Hutchins Page and Abby Emerson Lane, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lane and Nabby Emerson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Emerson and Sarah Tilton, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Emerson, (1741-1824), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety and of the convention that framed the State 
constitution. He was at the battle of Bennington and served 
in Rhode Island when the army was co-operating with the 
French fleet to expel the British. He was bom in Chester 
and died in Candia, N. H. 

Also No. 13581. 

MISS ELLEN D. LARNED. 18285 

Born in Thompson, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Larned, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George Larned and Anna S. Gay. hi<j wife. 



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Granddaughter of Daniel Larned and Rebekah Wilkinson, his wife. 

Daniel Larned, (1743-97), served as ensign in Capt. John 
Green's company, nth regiment of militia at New York, 1776. 
He was bom and died in Thompson, Conn. 

MRS. BERTHA H. MacPHATTER. 18286 

Born in Mansfield, Connecticut. 

Wife of Neil MacPhatter. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joshua Robinson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Asahel Hammond and Jane Crandall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Robinson Hammond and Sarah Bottum, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Hammond and Betsey Robinson, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Robinson and Sibyl Webb, his 
wife. 

Joshua Robinson, (1748- 1833), was placed on the pension 
roll of Windham county, at the age of eighty-five for service 
of private and sergeant in the Connecticut militia. He was 
bom in Scotland, Conn., and died in Ashford, Conn. 

Also No. 2571. 

MRS. HELEN MANNING KENT. 18287 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 

Wife of Ernest Bliss Kent. 

Descendant of Capt. William Manning, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Winchell Manning and Emily Fitts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hyde Manning and Lois Paine, his 
second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Manning and Mary Johnson, his 
wife. 

William Manning, (1733-1807), served as lieutenant at the 
battles of Trenton and Princeton. He was commissioned cap- 
tain, 1777, and was at White Marsh, Valley Forge, Mon- 
mouth and served until disabled in 1778. He was bom and 
died in Woodstock. 

Also No. 16083. 

MRS. FANNIE LOUISE BUGBEE KENT. 18288 

Born in Woodstock, Connecticut. 
Wife of Ernest Bliss Kent. 
Descendant of David Holmes, M. D., of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Edwin Sumner Bugbee and Frances Agatha Thurber, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Bugbee and Nancy Comstock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Bugbee and Bathshua Holmes, his 
wife (m. 1773). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Holmes and Mehitable Mayo, his 
first wife (m. 1743). - ' •v 

David Holmes, (1721-79), who had served in the early wars, 
acted as surgeon from the commencement of the Revolution 
until his death. He was bom and died in Woodstock, Conn. 

Also No. 15998. 

MRS. AURELIA JANE TILLINGHAST LEONARD. 18289 

Born in West Greenwich, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Moses G. Leonard. 

Descendant of Charles Tillinghast, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Daniel Tillinghast and Alma Waite, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester Tillinghast and Mary Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Pardon Tillinghast and Mary Sweet, 
his wife (m. 1785). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Tillinghast and Abigail Allen, his 
wife. 

Charles Tillinghast, (1729-76), was appointed recruiting 
officer by the Assembly, 1775. The Tories dragged him from 
bed, carried him in a boat to Block Island where he died from 
exposure in seventeen days. He is buried there in an un- 
known grave. His son John was killed by the Tories. 

Also Nos. 7492, 13006, 17566. 

MISS CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH MANNING. 18290 

Born in Woodstock, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. William Manning, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Manning and Antoinette Chamberlain, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hyde Manning and Lois Paine, his sec- 
ond wife. 

See No. 18287. 

MRS. MAUD LOUISE ALDEN MORSE. 18291 

Born in Providence, Rhode Island. 
Wife of George Byron Morse. 
Descendant of William Skinner. 
Daughter of Charles Thompson Alden and Anna Skinner, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Dairius Sessions Skinner and Henrietta Burling- 
ham, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Skinner and Nancy Sessions, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Skinner and Sarah Green» his 
wife. 

William Skinner, (1748-1829), was a minute man from 
Woodstock at the Lexington Alarm. He served in Capt. 
Amos Paine's company in the New York campaign, 1776. He 
was bom in Maiden, Mass., and died in Woodstock, Conn. 



MRS. CORNELIA M. WILLIAMS PERRY. 18292 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 
Wife of Franklin W. Perry. 
Descendant of James Day and of John Day, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Calvin Day Williams and Marcia A. Williams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Warham Williams and Mary Day, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Day and Annis Bowman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of James Day and Mary Parkhurst, his wife 
(m. 1740). 

James Day, (1717-82), was a patriot of Killingly where he 
was a large land owner and founder of the town of Dayville. 

John Day, (1756- 1838), was placed on the pension roll of 
Windham county at seventy-six for service of private in the 
Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Killingly. 

MRS. ABBIE BARTHOLOMEW WELLS. 18293 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 
Wife of Dudley Wells. 

Descendant of Benjamin Bartholomew and of Samuel Buck, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William I. Bartholomew and Mary J. Hassard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bartholomew and Abigail G. Buck, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Leonard Bartholomew and Sarah Perrin, his 
wife; Joseph Buck and Dorcas Fairbank, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bartholomew and Martha Car- 
penter, his wife; Samuel Buck and Martha Bloss, his wife. 

Benjamin Bartholomew, (1723-1801), ser\xd as a private at 



112 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

the Lexington Alarm. He was bom and died in Woodstock. 
Samuel Buck, (i 734-1810), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He was born and died in Killingly. 

MISS MARY MAUD BARTHOLOMEW. 18294 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Benjamin Bartholomew and of Samuel Buck. 
Daughter of William I Bartholomew and Mary J. Hassard, his 
wife. 
See No. 18293. 

MRS. RUTH E. SHAW WHEELOCK. 18295 

Born in Putnam, Connecticut. 

Wife of Silas M. Wheelock. 

Descendant of Ens. Robert Sharpe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George E. Shaw and Ellen Sharpe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clement Dwight Sharpe and Abby Elizabeth 
Averill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Clement Sharpe and Sarah Sharpe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Sharpe and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

Robert Sharpe, (1742-1825), served as ensign in Capt. Zeb- 
adiah Ingalls' company, Eleventh regiment, 1776. He was 
bom and died in Pomfret. 

Also No. 15999. 

MISS ELLEN HOYT TRACY. 18296 

Born in Killingly, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Witter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gilbert Avery Tracy and Mary Leavens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Douglass Tracy and Sarah Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Avery Barnes and Abigail Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Cook and Amy Witter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Witter and Amy Meech, his 
first wife (m. 1757). 

Ebenezer Witter, (1732-1817), commanded a company of 
Connecticut militia at the Lexington Alarm. He was bom in 
Preston, Conn., and died in Westfield, Mass. 

Also No. 4368. 

MISS MARY TAFT WHEELOCK. 18297 

Born in Putnam, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Wheelock, Aaron Taft and 
Joseph Day. 



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Daughter of Eugene A. Wheelock and Sarah S. Taft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas M. Wheelock and Irene Taft, his wife; 
Zadok A. Taft and Mary M. Brown, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jerry Wheelock and Sukey Day, his wife; 
Zadok Taft and Abigail Bennitt, his %.ife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Wheelock and Deborah Thayer, 
his wife; Daniel Day and Sylvia Wheelock, his wife; Aaron Taft and 
Marcy Arnold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Day and Deborah Taft, his 
wife (m. 1764). 

Simeon Wheelock, (1741-86), was a member of the first 
Committee of Safety. He was lieutenant in Capt. Joseph 
Chapin's company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. 
He was bom in Mendon and died in Springfield, Mass., of 
injuries received in Shays' Rebellion. 

Aaron Taft, (1727- 1803), served as a minute man under 
Capt. Joseph Chapin at the Lexington Alarm. He was bom 
and died in Uxbridge, Mass. 

Joseph Day, (1737-75), was a soldier in the expedition to 
Ticonderoga, and died in service. 

Also Nos. 7307, 1 1735. 

MISS ELLEN MARIA WHEELOCK. 18298 

Born in Putnam, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Wheelock, Joseph Day and 

Aaron Taft. 

Daughter of Eugene A. Wheelock and Sarah S. Taft, his wife. 
See No. 18297. 

MISS PAMELIA SARAH WARNER. 18299 

Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. 
Descendant of John Combs, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Addison Gazlay Warner and Angeline Elizabeth Glea- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Guy Gleason and Pamelia Combs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Combs and Eunice Shepard, his wife. 

John Combs, (1757- 1848), was placed on the pension roll of 
Worcester county at the age of seventy-six for service of pri- 
vate in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Warren, 
Mass., where he died. 

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114 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

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MRS. JANE ELIZABETH CARPENTER WARNER 18300 

Born in Putnam, Connecticut. 

Wife of Edgar M. Warner. 

Descendant of Joseph Bailey and of Robert Carpenter, of 
Rhode Island. 

Daughter o! John A. Carpenter and Marci^ Chayadler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Carpenter and Mary Bailey, his ^wile. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Carpenter (b. 1758) and Sarah Stone, his 
wife; Joseph Bailey and Elizabeth Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Robert Carpenter and Charity Roberts, 
his wife (m. i755)- 

Joseph Bailey, (1756-1841), was placed on the pension roll 
of Kent county at the age of seventy-seven for servicie of pri- 
vate in the Rhode Island militia. He was bom in Coventry 
and died in West Greenwich, R. I. 

Robert Carpenter served as a soldier in the Continental army. 
He was bom in East Greenwich, 1722. 

MRS. ESTHER C. JOHNSON BISHOP. 18301 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of Dexter L. Bishop. 

Descendant of Noah Baldwin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Chauncey Johnson and Lucy Lee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Melvin Lee and Esther Guy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Orchard Guy and Lois Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Orchard Guy and Abigail Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Baldwin and Abigail Frisbie, 
his wife (m. 1763). 

Noah Baldwin, (1738-76), served as a private and died in 
the army at New York. He was bom in Branford, Conn. 

Also Nos. 10912, 14729. 

MRS. BESSIE IDA BECKLEY OTIS. 18302 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Wife of Robert Watson Otis, 

Descendant of Jared Lewis and of Deodate Beaumont, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frank Lewis Beckley ^nd Ida Northrop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Beckley and Mary Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Lewis and Mary Hull Lewis, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Lewis and Esther Beaumont, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jared Lewis and Rhoda Munson, his 
wife; Deodate Beaumont and Mary Parsons, his wife. 

Jared Lewis, (1761-1826), enlisted 1781 in Col. Samuel Can- 
field's regiment of militia and served at West Point. He was 
bom and died in Wallingford. 

Deodate Beaumont served as a private in the Connecticut 
militia and in his old age was placed on the pension roll of 
New Haven countv. 

MRS. LILLIE BECKLEY HALL. 18303 

Born in Clinton, Connecticut. 

Wife of Wilbur B. Hall. 

Descendant of Jared Lewis and of Deodate Beaumont, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Beckley and Mary Lewis, his wife. 
See No. 18302. 

MRS. NELLIE A. HOTCHKISS. 18304 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Wife of Fred M. Hotchkiss. 

Descendant of Stephen Dunham, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry L. Spencer and Olive Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Selah Brown and Elizabeth Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Dunham and Elizabeth TopliflF, his 
wife. 

Stephen Dunham, (1761-1855), enlisted in 1777 for three 
years and was at Germantown, Monmouth and the storming 
of Stony Point. He received a pension for his service. He 
was born in Mansfield and died in Coventry, Conn. 

MRS. EMMA EDNA PRATT PRATT. 18305 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Wife of Joseph W. Pratt. 
Descendant of Ezra Pratt, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Milon Pratt and Edna P. Todd, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alfred Pratt and Zipporah Starkey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Pratt and Temperance Southworth, his 
wife. 



Il6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ezra Pratt, (1757-1806), enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Aaron 
Steven's company and served in the Northern Department. 
He was born and died in Saybrook, Conn. 

MRS. LEONTINE M. BRADLEY SHINNERS. 18306 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Widow of William Shinners. 

Descendant of David Clark and of Capt. Amos Morris, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elizur Bradley and Maria J. Atkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Atkins and Emily Clark, his wife; 
Elias Bradley and Elizabeth Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Clark and Abigail Hazelton, his wife; 
Stephen Woodward and Elizabeth Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife. 

David Clark, (1750-1813), enlisted as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia. He was born in H^ddam and died in Berlin. 

Also No. 2501. 

Amos Morris, (1726-1801), was taken from his bed by the 
Tories and confined on a prison ship and with him was his 
son Amos. His salt and cider buildings were destroyed and 
his home burned. He was born and died in East Haven. 

Also Nos. 7474, 9586, 1 1759. 

MISS EDITH BRADLEY SHINNERS. 18307 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 

Descendant of David Clark and of Capt. Amos Morris, of 

Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Shinners and Leontine M. Bradley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elizur Bradley and Maria J. Atkins, his wife. 
See No. 18306. 

MRS. EMMA E. WILCOX. • 18308 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 
Wife of William W. Wilcox. 

Descendant of Stephen Dunham, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry L. Spencer and Olive Brown, his wife. 
See No. 18304. 

MRS. MARTHA COE MAYNARD. 18309 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 
Wife of Wilbur Maynard. 



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Descendant of Capt. David Coe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Eben J. Coe and Phebe Birdsey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Coe and Hannah Try'on, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Seth Coe and Mary Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Coe and Hannah Camp, his wife. 

David Coe, (i 716-1808), served on the committee to pro- 
vide for the families of soldiers who enlisted for three years 
or the war. He was born in Stratford and died in Middietown. 

MRS. ANNE ELIZABETH BRYANT BASSETT. 18310 

Born in Ansonia, Connecticut. 
Wife of Theodore Weils Bassett. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Terrel and of Corp. Elisha Clark, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edson Lewis Bryant and Mary Elizabeth Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Socrates Bryant and Jerusha Terrel (b. i8ii), 
his wife; Merritt Clark and Mary Ann Hodge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Terrel, Jr., and Molly Lewis, his wife 
(m. 1791); Nehemiah Clark and Sarah Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Terrel and Eunice Hoadley, his wife 
(b. 1732), his wife (m. 1756); Elisha Clark and Sarah Beach, his 
wife (m. 1777). 

Josiah Terrel commanded a company of militia at the New 
Haven Alarm. He was born in Milford, 1732. 

Elisha Clark, (1758-1840), served as private and corporal. 
He was placed on the pension roll of New Haven county at the 
age of seventy-four for service in the Connecticut Continental 
line. He was born and died in Milford. 

Also No. 7399. 

MRS. MINNIE BRUSH RICHARDSON. 18311 

Born in Derby, Connecticut. 
Wife of Dwight A. Richardson. M. D. 
Descendant of Joseph Curtis, Agur Curtis, Corp. Josiah Peck 

and Zachariah Blakeman, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Hitchcock Brush tnd Elizabeth Curtis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Cornelius Agur Curtis and Phebe Lewis Curtis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Agur Cutris, Jr., and Alice Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Agur Curtis and Mercy Blakeman, his 
wife; Josiah Peck and Helen Birdsey, his wife. 



H8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Blakeman and Esther Hull, 
his wife; Nathan Peck and Tabitha Beers, his wife; Joseph Curtis 
and Martha Judson, his wife. 

Joseph Curtis, (1721-1801), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Observation of Stratford, where he was bom and died. 

Agur Curtis, (1757-1838), served several enlistments and 
received a pension for his service, at the age of 78. 

Also Nos. 5663, 6398, 7668, 8092, 10315, 17378. 

Josiah Peck, (1751-1821), served as private and corporal 
in the Connecticut militia. He was bom in Stratford where 
he died. His brother Nathan served as fifer. 

Also Nos. 9941, 10617. 

Zachariah Blakeman, (1720-79), lost his life at the burning 
of Fairfield. He was born in Stratford. 

MRS. DELANA LOUISA ALDEN CAMPBELL. 18312 

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Hollis Andrew Campbell. 
Descendant of Lieut. Elisha Alden, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Alden and Ann Delana Ely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Spencer Alden and Mary Ann Rockwell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Alden and Irene Markham, his wife. 

Elisha Alden, (1745- 1826), enlisted as secbnd lieutenant in 
Capt. Ahos Ellis' company, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment 
of Massachusetts militia, 1777. 

MRS. SARAH J. JOHNSON LADD. 183 13 

Born in Lyme, Connecticut. 

Wife of Theodore S. Ladd. 

Descendant of Lawrence Johnson and of Elihu Huntley, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Johnson (1785-1837) and Hettie Huntley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Johnson and Grace Harris, his wife: 
Elihu Huntley and Omi Brockway, his wife. 

Lawrence Johnson turned out from Lyme at the Lexington 
Alarm. In 1776 he served at Fort Trumbufl in Ca|Jt. Sam- 
uel Mather's company. 



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Elihu Huntley, (1746-1836), was placed on the pension roll 
of New London county at the age of eighty-eight for services 
of J>rivate in Connecticut Continental line. 

Also Nos. 8979, 10882. 

MRS. MARIETTA J. FRANCIS. 18314 

Born in Cheshire, Connecticut. 
Widow of William J. Francis. 

I>escendant of Deacon David French, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Justus Peck and Jane French, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Harry French and Harriet Peck, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of David French and Hannah Lines, his wife. 
David French, (i 742-1 821), represented Woodbridge in the 
General Assembly twenty successive terms. 
Also Nos. 5392, 16558. 

MISS AGNES DE PEYSTER JAMES. 18315 

Born in Seymour, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Maj. Matthew Du Bois, of New York. 

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. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Du Bois, Jr., and Ann Scott Well- 
ing, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Matthew Du Bois and Sarah Humphreys, 
his wife. 

Matthew Du Bois, (1724-99), was a delegate to the Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1775, and assistant commissary, 1777, when 
he raised a company in New Windsor. He rose to the rank 
of major in the 5th regiment. He was born in Marlboro and 
died in New Windsor, New York. 

Also No. 4803. 

MISS EDITH DIEHL. 18316 

Born in Brewster, New York. 

Descendant of Philip Travis. 

Daughter of Philip Diehl and Josephine Lee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Lee and Eatchie Jane Travis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Travis and Clara Gay, his wife. 
Gr. •'gr.-granddaughter of Philip Travis and Eatchie Wixon, his 
wife; Daniel Gay and Sarah Kelley, his wife. 



120 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Philip Travis, (1761-1848), enlisted at seventeen; was 
wounded and taken prisoner at Wyoming. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Green county, N. Y., in 1822, for service 
Df private in the Pennsylvania Line. He died in Roxbury, 
N. Y. 

Also No. 1 1852. 

MISS INEZ WINIFRED WEST. 18317 

Born in Rockville, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel West, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gelon Wilberforce West and Ellen Goodwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ferdinand West and Charlotte Porter, 
his wife. 

Gr-granddaughter of Samuel West, Jr., and Rebecca Little, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel West and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 

Samuel West, (1743-1835), was a minute man from Leb- 
anon at the Lexington Alarm. He served as sergeant, 1778, 
under Capt. Daniel Dewey for duty in Rhode Island. At the 
age of ninety he was placed on the pension roll of Tolland 
county for service as sergeant in the Connecticut Continental 
Line. He was born in Lebanon and died in Columbia. 

MISS SARAH AUGUSTA BUELL. 18318 

Born in Litchfield, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Eleazer Green, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Augustus Buell and Catharine Lucy Doo- 
Httle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Green Doolittle and Ruth Ann Riggs, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ephraim Doolittle and Polly Green, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Green and Lucy Brace, his wife. 

Eleazer Green enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Nathan Chapman's 
company. Col. John Mead's regiment, and suffered at Valley 
Forge. He died in Bethlehem, Conn., 1833. 

MRS. JENNIE STEELE HALL. 18319 

Born in Torrington, Connecticut. 

Wife of Harry A. Hall. 

Descendant of Gideon Bristol and of Nathan Skiff, of Con- 
necticut. 



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Daughter of Elisha Jones Steele and Sophia Skiff, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Spencer Steele and Caroline Jones, hii 
wife; Nathan Skiff and Adelia Millard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Darius Jones and Abigail Bristol, his wife; 
Elijah Skiff and Hannah Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Skiff and Abigail Fuller, his wife. 

Gideon Bristol, (1755-1837), was placed on the pension roll 
of New Haven county at the age of seventy-eight for service 
of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was 
born in Wallingford and died in Cheshire, Conn. 

Nathan Skiff, (1751-96), served in the 13th regiment of 

militia in Capt. Abraham Fuller's company, 1776. He was 

born in Tolland and died in Kent, Conn. 
Also No. 13912. 

MRS. JENNIE JOHNSTON LYON. 18320 

Born in Norfolk, Connecticut. 

Wife of Burr Lyon. 

Descendant of George Catlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Johnston and Sarah Catlin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Russell Catlin and Lucina Jackson, his 
wife. 

GrJ-granddaughter of George Catlin and Mindwell Phelps, his wife. 

George Catlin, (1731-1812), enlisted in the Light Horse 
militia under Capt. James Judson, 1776. He represented 
Harwinton in the Assembly. He was born in Hartford and 
died in Harwinton, Conn. 

MRS. EMMA PHIPPENEY BROWN. 18321 

Born in Meriden, Connecticut. 
Wife of Frederick S. Brown. 

Descendant of Lieut. Philip Rogers, of New York. 
Daughter of William Phippeney and Orpha A. Rogers, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James D. Rogers and Sarah Dare, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Rogers and Anna Dickerson. his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Rogers and Sarah Dickerson, his 

wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Rogers and Phoebe Rogers, 

his wife. 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Philip Rogers, (1727-1810), was commissioned ensign, 1778, 
under Capt. Ephraim Wood of the Albany Cotinty militia 
and was promoted lieutenant in the same company. 

Also No. 10563. 

MRS. BELLE DENISON STRICKLAND. 18322 

Born in Torrington, Connecticut. 
Wife of Alfred F. Strickland. 

Descendant of Sergt. Robert Denison, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William A. Denison and Lucy L. Wright, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William E. Denion and Mary L. Allen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Denison and Deborah Dewey, his 
second wife. 

Robert Denison, (1749-1820), served in the relief of Bos- 
ton and was sergeant at Fort Trumbull, 1776, under Capt. 
Samuel Mather. He was born and died in Stonington. 

Also Nos. 48, 1 162, 2966, 3179, 4431. 

MRS. FANNIE ELEANOR SHAW TEMPLE. 18323 

Born in Buckland, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Jonathan Temple. 
Descendant of Benjamin Shaw, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elijah Shaw and Hannah C. Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Enoch Shaw and Elizabeth More, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Shaw and Sarah Richmond, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Shaw, (1759-1836), enlisted as a private in the 
Massachusetts militia. At the age of seventy-four he was 
granted a pension for over eighteen months' actual service. 
He was born in Middleboro, and died in Buckland, Mass. 

MRS. JENNIE M. SCOVILLE WHEELER. 18324 

Born in New Hartford, Connecticut. 
Wife of Homer G. Wheeler. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Wilson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Wilson Scoville and Mary Sophia Potter, his 
wife. 

Grandaughter of John Wilson Scoville and Martha Wilson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Wilson, Jr., and Sabra Griswold, his 
first wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-grariddaughter of Amos Wilson and Damaris Bailey, his 
second wife (m. 1777). 

Amos Wilson, (1726-92), raised a company which he com- 
manded at the battle of Long Island. He suffered from sun- 
stroke and was obliged to return home. A fac-simile of his 
commission signed by Gov. Trumbull has been published. He 
was born in Windsor and died in Torrington, Conn. 

MRS. EMMA A. WARNER. 18325 

Born in Plymouth, Connecticut. 

Wife of Henry R. Warner. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Welton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Israel Bayard Woodward and Caroline M. Everett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Woodward (b. 1774), and Lydia Welton 
(b. 1776), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Welton and Jerusha Hill, his wife. 

Samuel Welton, (1744-77), served as corporal in Capt. 
Jesse Curtis' company on the Hudson where he died of 
camp fever. He was born in Waterbury, Conn. 

MISS JULIA E. WADHAMS. 18326 

Born in Bloomington, Illinois. 

Descendant of Joseph Egleston, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Hodges Wadhams and Mary Pelt on, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Pelton and Alma Egleston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Egleston and Lucinda Benton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Egleston and Susanna Mason, his 
wife. 

Joseph Egleston, (1744-94), served as a private in the 

militia from Torrington in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment, 
1781. He was bom in Windsor and died in Torrington. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH DUNNING. 18327 

Born in Dover, Delaware. 

Wife of John Preston Dunning. 

Descedant of Maj. Thomas Macdonough, of Delaware. 

Daughter of John Barr Penington and Rebecca A. Rowan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas MacDonough Penington and Henrietta 
Barr, his wife. 



124 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of James Penington and Hannah Macdonough, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Macdonough, M. D., and Mary 
Vance, his wife. 

Thomas Macdonough, (1747-95), was major of a Delaware 
regiment under Col. John Haslett, and was wounded at Long 
Island. When the colonel was killed at Princeton he took 
command of the regiment. He was born and died in New 
Castle county, Delaware. 

Also No. 1058. 

MRS. IDA H. DEANE. 18328 

Born in Dover, Delaware. 
Wife of Joshua Davis Deane. 
Descendant of Maj. Thomas Macdonough. 

Daughter of John Barr Penington and Rebecca A. Rowan, his 
wife. 
See No. 18327. 

MRS. CLARA PETERSON BILLOU ALDRIDGE. 18329 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Darwin R. Aldridge. 

Descendant of Judge John Cook, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Louis C. Billou and Clara Peterson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Peterson and Margaret Harker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Peterson and Jane Kelly, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Peterson and Margaret Cook, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Cook and Elizabeth Cook, his 
wife. 

John Cook, (1730-89), served as sheriff, soldier, speaker, 
judge, and was one of the six presidents of Delaware. He 
died near Smyrna, Del. 

Also Nos. 921 1, 13224, 16066. 

MRS. BLANCHE BILLOU GARLAND. 18330 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Nathan M. Garland. 

Descendant of Judge John Cook, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Louis C. Billou and Clara Peterson, his wife. 
See No. 18329. 



UNEAG£ BOOK. 125 



MRS. MARIA BENTON CLIFFORD. 18331 

Born in Brownstown, Indiana. 

Wife of Charles H. Clifford. 

Descendant of David Benton. 

Daughter of John H. Benton and Mary Ray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Walter Benton and Hetty Vermilya, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Benton and Sarah Bingham, his wife. 

David Benton, (1764-1845), served as a soldier at Stone 
Arabia under Col. John Brown, 1780, and, 1781, enlisted as 
a seaman on the "Favorite." He was captured and confined 
on the "Jersey" until 1782. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Jackson county, Ind., 1832, for service in the Massachu- 
setts militia. He was born in Salisbury, Conn., and died in 
Brownstown, Ind. 

Also Nos. 4120, 9041, 17014. 

MRS. ISABEL LENMAN DU BOIS HILL. 18332 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Wife of John Jordan Hill. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham Du Bois, Sergt. Mina (Do- 
minicus) Du Bois, James Taylor, Samuel Barnaby and Capt. 
John Boone, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Richard Catlin DuBois and Ellen S. Richardson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Du Bois and Emroy Taylor, his wife 
(m. 1840); Charles F. E. Richardson and Charlotte A. Williamson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Du Bois (1786-1865) and Julia 
Bowes, his wife; Benjamin Taylor and Harriet Barnaby (b. 1793), 
his wife; George Richardson and Susan Hook, his wife (m. 1812). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mina (Dominicus) Du Bois and Marie 
Pittenger, his wife; James Taylor and Salome Partridge, his wife; 
Harlow Barnaby (b. 1764), and Susan Edson, his wife; Jacob Hook 
and Susanna Boone (b. 1775), his wife (m. 1791). 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Du Bois and Marie la 
Siliere, his wife; Samuel Barnaby and Sylvia Winslow (b. I733)» his 
wife (m. 1757) ; Thomas Boone and Miss Cockey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Boone and Priscilla Boone, 
his wife. 

Abraham Du Bois, (1728-92), was captain of a company 

in the Second Battalion of New Jersey militia. He was bom 
and died in Somerset county. 



126 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mina Du Bois, (1756-1824), served as sergeant in the Som- 
erset county, N. J., militia. He died in Great Bend, Pa. 

James Taylor, (1762-1832), of Franklin, Mass., enlisted in 
the army and served at Valley Forge. 

Samuel Barnaby served as town clerk, was a delegate to the 
first constitutional convention, and a member of the Cornmittee 
of Correspondence of Freetown, Mass., 1776-79. He was bom 

in 1735- 
Also Nos. 4344, 7361. 

John Boone commanded a company of militia from Anne 
Arundel county, 1776-78. 

18333 

18334 

MRS. HARRIET ANN HARROWER. 18335 

Born in Lynn, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John J. Harrower. 

Descendant of William Boden, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Cutter and Ann Mansfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Mansfield and Lucy Boden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Boden, Jr., and Eunice Barnes, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Boden and Experience Downs, 
his wife. 

William Boden, (1746-1807), served as drum major in Capt. 
Thomas Barnes' company, Mansfields* regiment, at Winter 
Hill, 1775. He enlisted as mariner on the privateer "Cutter" 
and the "Thorn," 1780. He was born in the Isle of Jersey and 
died in Salem, Massachusetts. 

MISS MARY A. MORRISON. 18336 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Ogden, Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Morrison and Caroline Ogden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Ogden and Hannah Fowler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ogden, Jr., and Deborah Burrows, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ogden and Abigail Clarke, his wife. 

John Odgen, Jr., (1750-1814), was a private in Capt. James 
Bonners company, ist regiment of state troops. He was 
born and died in Elizabeth, N. J. 

Also No. 16644. 



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18337 

MISS SOPHIA RIGGS WEBSTER. 18338 

Born in Rochester, New York. 
DesiGendant of Rosewell Woodward, Dr. Nathaniel Rug- 
gles and Corp. Nathan Cruttenden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Webster and Mary J. Cruttenden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Cruttenden and Polly Woodward, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Rosewell Woodward and Huldah Ruggles, 
his wife; Timothy Cruttenden and Parnel Redfield, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ruggles and Anna Bartlett, his 
wife; Nathan Cruttenden and Mary Parmelee, his wife. 

Rosewell Woodward, (1750-1807), enlisted in the 5th com- 
pany, Capt. Caleb Mix' regiment of Connecticut militia, 1777. 

Nathaniel Ruggles, (1712-94), a graduate of Yale served 
as deputy from Guilford to the General Assembly. 

Nathan Cruttenden, (1721-93), served as guard and as cor- 
poral of minute men, 1776, and, 1777, volunteered in Capt. 
James Peck's company. He was born and died in Guilford. 

MISS ELIZABETH SYDNEY HERRING. 18339 

Born in Augusta, Greorgia. 

Descendant of Nathan Boddie, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Francis Herring and Chloe Perry Conyers, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Druson Conyers (b. 1794) and Eliza- 
beth Perry (b. 1799), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Perry and Temperance Boddie, (b. 
1767), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Boddie and Chloe Crudup, his 
wife. 

Nathan Boddie (1732- 1797), was a delegate from Edge- 
c(Hnbe county to the Provincial Congress, 1776, and was one 
of the framers of the State constitution. He was a member 
of the House of Commons, 1777. He died in Edgecombe 
Co., N. C. 

Also Nos. 5052, 7442. 

MRS. VIRGINIE SARA BOISSEAU DOGGETT. 18340 

Born in Prince George County, Virginia. 
Widow of George F. Doggett. 



128 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Gen. Daniel Roberdeau, Col. Charles Mynn 
Thruston, Howell Heath and Joshua Simonds. 

Daughter of Capt. Joseph Boisseau and Rebekah Eldridge Heath 
Simonds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Holmes De Soussure Roberdeau Boisseau and 
Marie Anne W. GaB. S. Pattin, his wife; Joshua Thruston Simonds 
and Sally E. Heath Baird, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Capt. Holmes De Soussure Boisseau and 
Judith Elizabeth Roberdeau, his wife; Ephraim Baird and Rebekah 
Eldridge Bland Heath, his wife; Joshua Ebenezer Simonds and Sarah 
Mynn Thruston, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Roberdeau and Mary Bostwick, 
his first wife; Howell Heath and Frances Heath Bland, his wife; 
Charles Mynn Thruston and Mary Buckner, his first wife; Joshua 
Simonds. 

See No. 18235. 

Daniel Roberdeau, (1727-95), was a delegate to the Con- 
tinental Congress, signer of the Articles of Confederation 
and brigadier general of Associators. He was bom in the 
West Indies and died in Winchester, Va. 

Also No. 2126. 

Howell Heath served as a private in the Virginia Line and 
his name is found among those who received land for special 
service rendered in the Continental Army. 

Joshua Simonds was a Massachusetts minute man in Capt. 
John Parker's company at the battle of Lexington. 

Also No. 5791. 

MISS FANNIE ADELAIDE LOWE. 18341 

Born in Alexandria, Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Dennis Ramsay and of Capt. David 
Arell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Capt. David Arell Lowe and Jane Allen Blacklock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Blacklock and Eliza Ramsay, his wife; 
James Rector Magruder Lowe and Christian Arell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dennis Ramsay and Jane Allen Taylor, his 
wife; David Arell and Phebe Caverly, his wife. 

Dennis Ramspy, (1756-1810), served in the Virginia militia 
and was one of six colonels, pall bearers at the funeral of 
Washington. He was born and died in Alexandria, Va. 

Also Nos. 4487, 5419, 13047- 



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David Arell was captain of the 2d company, 3rd Virginia 
regiment, 1776. He was born in Pennsylvania and died 
Alexandria, Va., 1793. 

MISS JENNIE ARELL BRUNER. 18342 

Born in Alexandria, Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Dennis Ramsay and of Capt. David 

Arell. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Bruner and Phebe Ann Lowe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Capt. David Arell Lowe and Jane Allen Black- 
lock, his wife. 
See No. 18341. 

MISS ETHEL THOMAS PRINCE. 18343 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Wells, of Maine. 
Daughter of Howary Lynear Prince and Jane S. Tew, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Paul Prince and Abigail Jeffords Wells, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Wells and Hannah Morrill, his wife. 
Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Robert Wells and Abigail Jeffords, his 
wife. 

Robert Wells, (1743-1820), was commissioned, 1776, s-^c- 
ond lieutenant in Capt. Samuel Clark's company, Col. Ebe- 
nezer Sayer's regiment of York county militia. He was born 
and died in Wells, Maine. 

MISS EMELINE C. UPHAM. 18344 

Born in Elbeuf, Europe. 

Descendant of Ens. Jonathan Avery, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Josiah Snell Upham and Emeline Bingham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Pliny Bingham and Jerusha Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Avery and Jerusha Neal, his wife. 

Jonathan Avery, (1744- 1833), served as an ensign in Capt. 
Aaron Fuller's company at the Lexington Alarm. He was 
bom and died in Dedham, Mass. 

MISS EDITH CAROLINE WESTCOTT. 18345 

Born in Perrysburg, Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Dutee Jerauld, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Sardius Denslow Westcott and Harriet Lord Walling, 
his wife. 

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130 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Westcott and .Martha Dupuy Jerauld, 
his-wife.^' • ^ •' ■•■ ■■'' ' '''• '''" 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Dutee Jerauld and Alma Niles, his wife. 
Dutee Jerauld, (1748-86), entered the ddiitirietitSal Army 

from Rhode Island as ensign and rose to the rank of captain. 
Also No. 12327. 



MRS. VIRGINIA REED H. CHALMERS. 18346 

Born in Georgetown, District of Columbia. 
Widow of Thomas C Chalmfei^s. ' 
DeSc^hciarit '6f Col. James Reed and of James St.ephenson. 

Daughter of Conrad Hogmire and Anna Maria^ Bo^d, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Boyd (1775-1819) and Mary Reed 
Stephenson (1779-1857), his wife (m. 1798); Conrad Ho^gmire and 
Mary Magdalena, his wife. / ' ' 

Gr.-grariddatighter of James Stephenson and Mary Reed (1742- 
1828), his 'Wiffe (m. 1763); Samtiel Boyd and Mary Beckeltt, his wife 

(m. 1773)' 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of James Reed and Margaret Floyd, his wife 
(m. 1730). 

James Reed, (1710-1798), served in the Pennsylvania Line. 

He was born in Ireland and died in York Co., Pa! 'He had 

seven sons in the army. 
Also No. 8d47i 
James Stevenson served as a private in the Virginia Line. 

He removed to Pughtown, Frederick Co., Va., where he died. 
Also No. 16504. 



MRS. R. LOUISE NORTON. 18347 

Born in Washingtont, District of Columbia. 
Wife of William Theodore Norton. 
Descendant of Henry Ktiowles. 

Daughtef of John Berkeley Graves and Catherine Rebecca Jackson, 
his wile.' 

Granddaughter of William Jackson and Rebecca Knowles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Knowles and Rebecca GifFord, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Knowles and Catharine lyf ountz, 
his wife. 

Henry Knowles, (1763-1847), served in the Barnstable 

county, Ai^ass., militia at the Falmouth Alarm in Capt. Isaiah 
liiggins company. He died in Kensington, Md. 



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MRS. AlvMYRA BARTLETT BOYD. 18348 

Born in Perry, New York. 
Wife oi John Boyd. 
Descendant af Joshua B^rtlett. 

Daughter of William Ayeres Bartlett and Mary Ann Brainard, 
his wife. 

(Granddaughter of Joshua Bartlett and Martha Alice Phoenix, his 
'wife. 

Joshua Bartlett, (1762-1817), served in the militia of Mas- 
sachusetts where he was bom. He died in DansviUe, N. Y. 

MRS. HESTER CHRISTOPHER LEWIS. 18349 

Born in Binghamton, New York. 

Wife of Charles Hayt Lewis. 

Descendant of Capt. Selah Strong and of James Matthews, 

of New York. 

Daughter of John Garrison Christopher and Elizabeth Mathews, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Matthews and Hannah Strong, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Selah Strong and Hannah Woodhull, his wife 
(m. 1736). 

Selah Strong commanded a company of Suffolk county 

minute men at Long Island. He was born in Setauket, L. I., 

1713- 
James Matthews, ( 1742-18 16), was sub-contractor to raise 

troops for West Point. 

Also Nos. 6277, 1 1437, 14160. 

MISS ELIZABETH CHRISTOPHER. 18350 

Born in Binghamton, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Selah Strong and of James Matthews. 
Daughter of John Garrison Christopher and Elizabeth Matthews, 
his wife. 
See No. 18349. 

MRS. MARGARET CONIGLAND ERIES. 18351 

Born in Halifax, North Carolina. 
Wife of Alexander P. Fries. 

Descendant of Capt. John Nicholas, of Virginia. 
biU^Hter bf EdwaM Cdnlgland and Mary Wyatt Ezewife. 
Granddaughter of Wyatt Ezell and Eliza Sy^'t, his wife. 
Nicholas, his wife. 



132 DAUGHTE:rS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nicholas and Mary Anne Bell, his v^^ife. 

John Nicholas, (1757-1836), commanded a company under 
Col. George Gibson in the ist Virginia regiment, 1777. He 
was detailed to serve a short time as lieutenant under Capt. 
Caleb Gibbs in the Commander-in-Chief's Guard. He re- 
entered the militia and served at the siege of Yorktown. He 
was born in Norfolk Co., Va., and died in Richmond, Va. 

MRS. CLARA BELLE RICH CRAIG. 18352 

Born in De Land, Florida. 

Wife of T. A. Craig. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Massey, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of John Rich and Clara F. Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cyrenius H. Wright and Eliza L. Massey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Baker Massey and Polly Stoel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Massey and Betsey Woodbury, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Massey, (1747-1830), served as sergeant in Capt. 

Jeremiah Dowe's company. Col. Joseph Welch's regiment 
of New Hampshire volunteers, 1777. 
Also Nos. 6169, 9010, 1 1 no. 

MISS CORA ANNE BROWN. 18353 

Born in Hall County, Georgia. 
Descendant of Capt. William Brown. 

Daughter of Clinton Independence Brown and Mary Maria Winn, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Miner W. Brown and Messina Adams Holcombe, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Willey Spiers Brown and Elizabeth Sloan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Brown. 

William Brown, (1732-82), was commissione'd captain of 

\he Second Regiment of Riflemen of South Carolina, 1776. 
his ws commission is in the family. He was born in Mary- 
Hen, emigrated to South Carolina and returned to Mary- 
county, There he died, 
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MRS. LOUISE PHINIZY CALHOUN. 18354 

Born in Athens, Georgia. 
Wife of Dr. Abner W. Calhoun. 
Descendant of Col. John Floyd. 

Daughter of Ferdinand Phinizy and Harriet Hays Bowdre, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Phinizy and Matilda Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. John Stewart and Mourning Floyd (b. 
1770), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Floyd and ; — Burfort, his first 

wife (m. 1769); (d. 1770). 

John Floyd, (i 751 -1783), in 1774 was one of the earliest 
surveyors and pioneers of the Kentucky wilderness. In 1776, 
while commanding the privateer "Phoenix," he was cap- 
tured and taken prisoner to England. He escaped and re- 
turned to America in 1778, from which time till his. death, 
his patriotic services as a soldier and organizer in Kentucky 
were invaluable, and it was in the discharge of those duties 
that he received his deathwound. He was born in Amherst 
Co., Va., and died in Floyd's Station, Ky. 

MRS. SUSIE RAWSON COLLIER. 18355 

Born in Lumpkin, Georgia. 
Wife of Charles A. Collier. 
Descendant of Elijah Rawson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Allen Rawson and Julia Root, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Rawson and Susannah Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Rawson and Betsey Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Rawson and Mary Paddock, his 
wife. 

Elijah Rawson, (1717-98), served as a private in the Wor- 
cester county militia. He was born in Quincy, Mass., and 
died in Shrewsbury, Mass. 

MRS. JULIA FLORIDA COLLIER HARRIS. 18356 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Wife of Julian Harris. 
Descendant of Elijah Rawson. 

Daughter of Charles A. Collier and Susie Rawson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Allen Rawson and Julia Root, his wife. 
See No. 18355. 



134 DAUGHTERS OF TH5 AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MR^jMINNIE THOMAS VAN EPPS. ' 18357 

Born in Athens, Georgia., 
Wife of Howard Van Epps. 
Descendant of John D. Gary, 

Daughter of Stevens Thomas and IsabeUa Ligh.tfoo^ Have.s, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Stevens Thomas and Eliza Gary, ^ his . wife (b. 

1753). 
Gr.-granddaughter of Dudley Gary and Lucy Tabb,.bis wif^t 
Gr.-gri-granddaughter of John D. Gary and Dorothea Dudlcyf^ his 

wife. 
John D. Gary was among the. officers who were entitled 

to half pay for service in the Revolution. 

MRS. HATTIE WILSON HIGH. 18358 

Born in Atlanta, Georgia. 
Wife of Joseph Madison High. 
Descendant of Elijah Stiles, Benjamin Green and WilHam 

Ely^ all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Jajnes Harwell Wilson and Mary Frances Green, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ely Green and Mary Stiles (b. 1803), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Price Stiles (b. 1778) and Anna 
Williams (b. 1780), his wife; Benjamin Greene, Jr., (b. 1766) and 
Sally Ely, his wife (m. 1791). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Stiles and Betsey Price Kitchell, 
his wife; Benjamin Green and Mary Douglas, his wife; William Ely 
and Lucy Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon John Stiles (1709-77) and 
Rachael Sliles, his second wife. 

Elijah Stiles, (1743-1826), served in the militia and in the 
State Line. He died in Hanover Neck, N. J. His brother 
John was Gommissary of Issues during the Revolution. 

Benjamin Green, (1723-96), was a minute man from Essex 
county in the New Jersey militia. He was born in Maiden, 
Mass., and died, in Whipple, N. J. 

William Ely, (1739-1807), served as a minute man from 
Essex county., N. J. 

MRS. JULIA SYDNEY ABERCRQMBIE WILKINS. 18359 

Born in Russel County, Alabama. 
Wife of Grant Wilkins. 



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Descendant of Charles Gordon and of Chapman Gordon, 
of Noitii. Carolina. . 

Daughter of Charles Thomas Abercrombie and Virginia Gordon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Pendleton Gordon and Barbara Gail- 
braith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chapman Grordon and Charity King, his wife. 

Gr.->gr. -granddaughter of Charles Gordon. 

Charles Gordon was .a member of the House of Commons 
of Wilkes county, 1781. 

Also Nos. 2905, 7355. 

Chapman Gordon^ (i757-9S)> served at King's Mountain 
with his older brothers Nathaniel and Charles. He was born 
in Spottsylvania, Va., and died in Wilkes Co., N. C. 



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MRS. HENRIETTA MORGAN. 18360 

Bom in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Wife of Cecil Morgan. 

Descendant pf Capt. James Waugh. 

Daughter of Thomas Upperman and Rachel Dodson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Barnett Dodson and Henrietta Waugh, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Townshend Waugh and Rachel Judge, his 
wife. ; 

Gr,-gr.-gra^ddaughter of James Waugh and Henrietta Maria Tur- 
ley (1760^1825), his wife. . , 

James Waugh, (1752-18,16), was commissioned cajptain, 
1777, of the Sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Line, commanded 
by Col. Robert Alagaw. He was born in Cumberland Co., 
Pa., and died in Fairfax Co., Va. 

Mi§& LAW^ON DAVIS. 18361 

Born in Perry County,. Georgia. i 

Descehdiant of Capt. William Richardson, of South Caro- 
Una; Capt. Hugh Lawson, of Georgia, 

Daughter of Buford McDonald Davis and Rosa Stuart Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Mazyck Davis and Mary Caroline 
Richardson, his wife: Bryan W. Brown and Martha Jane Lawson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Guignard Richardson and Emma 
Corbet Buford, his wife; Hugh Lawson, Jr., and Sarah Bryan, his 
wife. 



136 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Richardson and Ann Magdalen 
Guignard, his wife; Hugh Lawson and Sarah Whitaker, his wife. 

William Richardson, (1743-86), was a member of the first 
Provincial Congress of South Carolina and captain of the First 
Regiment of Rifles. He was bom in Virginia and died in 
Sumter Co., S. C. 

Also Nos. 261, 5879, 7450, 8395, 11442. 

Hugh Lawson, (1745- 1802), served as captain of militia 
and was wounded at the battle of Augusta, 1780. He died in 
Washington Co., Ga. 

MRS. MATTIEBRIAN BROWN BENTON. 18362^ 

Born in Haynville, Georgia. 
Wife of W. N. Benton. 
Descendant of Capt. Hugh Lawson, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Robert H. Brown and Emily Bryan Lawson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of of Hugh Lawson, Jr., and Sarah Bryan, his wife. 
See No. 18361. 

MRS. LAURA DOUGLAS BROWNE McNULTY. 18363 

Born in Columbus, Georgia. 

Wife of John Owen McNulty. 

Descendant of Hon. Robert Hanson Harrison, of Mary- 
land. 

Daughter of John Rhodes Browne and Roberta Hanson Harrison 
Yonge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Phillip Younge and Sarah Ann Johnston 
Easton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Easton and Sarah Harrison, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Hanson Harrison and 

Johnston, his first wife. 

Robert Hanson Harrison, (1745-90), succeeded Joseph 

Reed as secretary to Washington, 1776, and remained in the 
military family of the Commander-in-Chief until he was ap- 
pointed Chief Justice of the General Court, 1781. He was 
born and died in Maryland. 
Also No. 13958. 

MRS. MARY BYRNES BROWNE SLADE. 18364 

Born in Columbus, Georgia. 
Wife of William Bonner Slade. 
Descendant of Hon. Robert Hanson Harrison. 



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Daughter of John Rhodes Browne and Roberta Hanson Harrison 
Yonge, his wife. 
See No. 18363. 

MISS MARTHA PECK CORBIN. 18365 

Born in Spalding County, Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Peck, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Wilson Corbin and Julia Marshall Peck, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Marshall Peck and Martha A. Johnson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Peck and May Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Peck and Mehitable Smith, his 
wife. 

Samuel Peck, (1736-1822), commanded a company at Long 
Island, Kip's Bay, White Plains and when Tryon invaded 
the Colony. He was born and died in Milford. 

Also Nos. 6688, 10881, 13098, 15409, 16004, ^7373- 

MISS MARY STOKELY CORBIN. 18366 

Born in Spalding County, Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Peck. 

Daughter of James Wilson Corbin and Julia Marshall Peck, his 
wife. 
See No. 18365. 

MISS FLORENCE B. MAC ARTHUR. 18367 

Born in Montclair, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Osborne, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Archibald MacArthur and Keturah Pratt, his wife. 
See No. 18377. 

MRS. FRANCES LEWIS BASSETT. 18368 

Born in Greenville, North Carolina. 

Wife of Roger Marcus Bassett. 

Descendant of Col. James Gorham, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Augustus Marion Lewis and Sarah Matilda Gorham, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Churchill Gorham and Frances Allen 
Jerusha Suggs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Gorham and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

James Gorham, (1745-1804), was a member of the Pro- 



138.^ • DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



vincfel Congress and was appldiiited fhatj'6f^ ^775.''' He was 
a delegate from Pitt county to the Congress that framed the 
state constitution. He died in Greenville, N. C. 

MRS. HELEN MAUS BABCOCK. 18369 

Born in Racine, Wisconsi'n. 

Wiffe bf Charles F. Babcoclh ^ 

Descendant of David Pagan. 

Daughteff of Samuel Maus arid Elizalictti Pagan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Pagan (b. 1780) and Susannah Foshicr 
(b. 1788)', 'his wife. 

Gr.-grahddaughfer of David Pagan and Elizabeth F'arrell; his wife. 

David Pagan, (1745-1815), served as a private in the 
Illinois regiment under Col. George Rogers Clark when 
Kaskaskia and Vincennes were taken from the British, 1778. 
He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and died in Botetourt 
Co., Va. 

MRS. ANNIE E. DOW. 18370 

Born in Prospect, Maihe. 
Wiffe of Jonathan Dow. 

Descendant of Nathan Sawtelle, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Crosby Black and Chloe Keith Wilbiii-, feis wife. 
Granddaughter of Caleb Wilbur and Lydia Sawtelle, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Sawtelle and Sarah Butteffield, his 

wife. 

- . ■. 

Nathan Sawtelle enlisted, I779, in Capt. John Porter's 
compairy', Col: Sartiti^l' Dehiiy^s regiment of MassacKtisetts 
militia[.'' He was born iil Dunstable. 

Also No. 1 1505. 

MRS. EMMA CATLIN GREENE. 18371 

Born in Tioga, New York. 

Wife of Horatio N. Greene. '^ 

Descendant of Nathan Catlin, of New York. 

Daughter of Jacob Catlin and Elizabeth Mersereau, his wife. ' 

Granddaughter of Nathan Catlin and Eleanor Decker, his wife. 

Nathan Catlin, (1760-1830), was a private in Capt. Phinfeas 
Bradley's company dfartitlfery) 1778, and ^^fV^d in the State 
Guards 'of Gdnrieaidit, i>8t: tie yied ihHogk, N. Y. 



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MRS. MARY J. HARWOOD. 18372 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Wiffi Tof Henry. W. Harwood. 
Descendant of Elnathan Wheeler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Wheeler and Caroline Melinda Flanagan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Wheeler and Ruth Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elnathan Wheeler and Charity Frost, his 
wife. 

Elnathan Wheeler, (1740-1809), served as a private in Capt. 
James Booth's company of mounted men, the '4th regiment of 
militia.' He was born and died in Stratford. 

Also No. 6676. 

MRS. MARIE M. F. HEWLINGS. 18373 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Andrew J. Hewlings. 

Descendant of L-ieut*. Eleazer Stickney, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles M. Fegenbush and Josephine M. Schwarz, 'his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gotlieb Schwarz and Martha Saunders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Saunders and Mary Stickney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Stickney and Martha Brown, his 
• wife. 

Eleazer Stickney, (1740- 1 824), served as second lieutenant 
in Capt. John Harden's company. Col. Ebenezer Bridge's regi- 
ment at the battle of Bunker Hill. He was bom in Billerica 
and died in Tewsbury, Mass. 

Also No. 12940. 

MRS. ELIZABETH HAVENS KING ROSS. 18374 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
» Widow of Joseph Presley Ross, A. M., M. D. 

* Descendant of Capt. Amos Gates and of Edmund Trow- 
bridge Gates, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Tuthill King and Susannah Gates, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edmund Trowbridge Gates and Elizabeth Tufts, 
his wife. 
Gr,-granddaught6F,of Amos Gates and Mary Trowbridge, his wife 

(m. 1744) y. I 

Amos Gates, (1711-1800), was appointed a member of the 



I40 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Committee of Safety of Framingham, Mass., 1776. He re- 
moved to Marlboro, N. H., 1779, where he died. 

Edmund Trowbridge Gates, (1761-1822), enlisted from 
Framingham, 1780, to reenforce the Continental Army. He 
was born in Framingham and died in Medford, Mass. 

Also Nos. 831 1, 17458 



MISS GERTRUDE BATES LIBBEY. 18375 

Born in Newton, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Gates and of Edmond Trow- 
bridge Gates. 

Daughter of Isaiah Franklin Libbey and Mary Trowbridge Schaf- 
fenberg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Schaffenberg and Lydia Ann Ford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Ford and Mercy Gates, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edinond Trowbridge Gates and Eliza- 
beth Tufts, his wife. 

See No. 18374. 

MRS. HELEN DEMMOND McCLAUGHRY. 18376 

Born in Joilet, Illinois. 
Wife of Charles Chase McClaughry. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer Beach of Connecticut; 
Ebenezer Walker and of Elisha Carpenter, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Charles Demmond and Clarissa Esther Beach, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Reach and Phoebe Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Beach and Eunice Beach, his wife; 
Ebenezer Walker and Elizabeth Carpenter, his wife. ( 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Carpenter. 

Ebenezer Beach, (1752-1819), served as sergeant in Capt. 
Joseph Smith's company of Fairfield county. He was born 
and died in Stratford. 

Ebenezer Walker, (1749-1820), served in the Berkshire 
county, Alass., militia. He was born in Becket, Mass. 

Also Nos. 14179, 17615. 

EHsha Carpenter, (1725-1816), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence, 1774. He was born and died in Becket. 



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MRS. MARION ETHEL REAGAN. 18377 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Wife of H. E. Reagan. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Osborn, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Archibald MacArthur and Keturah Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George K. Pratt and Mercy Havens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Havens and Jane Osborne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Osborne and Elizabeth Allen, 
his wife. 

Abraham Osborne, (1753-1835), was placed on the pension 
roll of Monmouth county at the age of seventy-nine for 
service of private and lieutenant in the New Jersey militia. 
He was born and died in Monmouth county. 

MRS. GENEVIEVE F. MICHIE. 18378 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James W. Michie. 

Descendant of Lieut. Eleazer Stickney, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles M. Fegenbush and Josephine M. Schwarz, 
his wife. 
See No. 18373. 

MRS. KATE M. McCURDY. 18379 

Born in Franklin Grove, Illinois. 
Wife of George L. McCurdy. 

Descendant of Nathan Sawtelle, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jonathan Dow and Annie E. Black, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John C. Black and Chloe Keith Wilbur, his wife. 
See No. 18370. 

MRS. ELIZABETH A. OSGOOD. 18380 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Edwin S. Osgood. 
Descendant of Col. Timothy Matlack, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Timothy Matlack Bryan and Frances Elizabeth 
Hieskell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Guy Bryan and Martha Matlack, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Matlack and Ellen Yarnell, his wife. 

Timothy Matlack, (1730-1829), was one of the founders of 
Free Quakers, a member of the Provincial Convention and 
secretary of the Council of Safety. He was born in Haddon- 
field, N. J., and died in Holmesburg, Pa. 

Also Nos. 1988, 2464. 



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MRS. HARRIET FREEMAN ORMSBEE. '18381 

Born in New Marlborotxgh, Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Willson Ormsbee. 

Descendant of Silas Freeman, of Massachusetts. 

. Daughter of- Atdrew Jackson Freeman and Lydia Sa^e, his wife. 
.Granddaughter of Heman Freeman v and Hlarriet Hitchcock, his 
wife. 

,Gr<*gran4daughter of Silas ; Freeman > and Elizabeth Kasson, his 
wife. 

Silas Freeman, (1746- X837), served as a minute man at 
various alarms under Capt. George King and Cipt. Adam 
Kasson. He was born and died in New Marlboro, Mass. 

Also Nos. .11826,- 15360. 

MISS HARRIET GALE PHILLIPS. 18382 

Born in Chicago, IlHnois. 

Descendant of Hon. Henry Wisiler and of 'Maj. Moses 
Phillips, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas Scott Phillips and Martha Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Phillips and Sarah Everston;'his wife. 

Or. -granddaughter of Moses Phillips and Satah Wtsnerj'his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wisner and Sarah Norton, his 
wife. 

Henry Wisner, (1720-90), was a delegate to the first and 
second Continental Congress and signed the original draft of 
the Declaration of Independence, tie erected mills for making 
gunpowder near Goshen and supplied the army. He was bom 
and died in Ulster county. ,. ^ 

Also Nos. 1849, 4475, 1 1883, 12936, 13603. 

Moses Phillips served as major in the Ulster county mil- 
itia. He was associated with his father-in-law in the manu- 
facture of gunpowder. 

MRS. FRANCES HELEN LLOYD PRESTON. 18383 

Born in Lockport, New York. 

Wife of Carl W. Preston. 

Descendant of Seth Boardman, Hezekiah Boughton, Sam- 
uel Daniels and Jeremiah Parker. 

Daughter of Cromwell John Lloyd and Helen Munson Daniels, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cromwell Lloyd and Delia Ann Boaghton, his 
wife; William Parker Daniel and Betsey Laildon Fox, hi* wife. 



WNHAGR BOOK. ,{143 



^^r.-^apdd^^tigbter. , of , CJaudius ^ Yip^or. Bp^gljiton , and Elizabeth 
Boarctmah, nis wife; Samuel Daniels, Jr., and Huldalv |?arker, his 



wife. 



o*»» 



Gr^-^r.-grandflatighter of Seth Boardman and Abigail Fosdick, his 
wife';' Hezekiali Houghton and Hulda Ayillson, his wife; Samuel 
Daniels and Elizabeth Wiswall, his wife; Jeremiah Parker and — 3 — 
Dix, his wife. - 

Seth Boardman, (1742-1831), was a private in Capt. John 
Chester's company.at Bunker Hill;, was^. wounded at Still- 
water and was placed on .the Inv^d ,Pensioa Roll, 1777. He 
was born in Withersfield and died in Newington, Conn. 
i.H^Zfskiah Boughton, (1752-98), enlisted from Ridgfield in 
Capt. John >St. John's company. of Connecticut militia. 
' Samuel Daniels, of Leicester, Vt., was killed in a skirmish, 
1777, by a band of Indians led by a British officer. 

Jeremiah Parker, a pioneer of Leicester, served in the Ver- 
mont militia under different commands. 

MISS ELIZABETH GATES ROSS. 18384 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Gates and of Edmund Trow- 
bridge Gates. 

Daughter of Joseph Presley Ross and Elizabeth Havens King, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Tuthill King and Susannah Gates, his wife. 

/.Sc«.No'. ^8374- 

MRS. A. MAUD SOMERVILLE. 18385 

. Born in Mount Morris, New York. 
Wife of Robert Somerville. 

De$cendant of Lieut. Abraham Qsborn, of New Jersey, 
daughter of .Archibald. MacArthur and Keturah Pratt, his wife. 
.^ec,Ifo.. ;i8377. 

MRS. IDA M. SWIFT. 18386 

Born in La Parte County, Indiana. 
Wife of Louis F. Swift. 
Descendant of Corp. Phinehas Butler, oi Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alden B. Butler and Eliza Elliott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Brackett Butler and Eliza Kalloch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Butler and Lucy Robbins, his wife. 



144 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Butler and Bathsheba Graves, 
his wife. 

Phinehas Butler, (1732-1806), enlisted for the war and 
served as private and corporal in Col. Thomas Nixon's regi- 
ment. He was born and died in Framingham, Mass. 

Also No. 15014. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE M. FEGENBUSH. 18387 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Charles M. Fegenbush. 
Descendant of Lieut. Eleazer Stickney, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gotleib Sch-warz and Martha Saunders, his wife. 
See No. 18373. 

MISS JOSEPHINE M. FEGENBUSH. 18388 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. Eleazer Stickney. 

Daughter of Charles M. Fegenbush and Josephine M. Schwarz, his 
wife. 
See No. 18373. 

MRS. ANNIE B. BALDWIN. 18389 

Born in E. Salisbury, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Robert R. Baldwin. 
Descendant of Sylvanus Eaton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of George Pierce and Mary Ann Fowler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Ford Fowler and Mary J^ckman Eaton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Eaton and Abigail Jackman, his 
wife. 

Sylvanus Eaton, (1756-1845), served as a private in Capt. 
Jonathan Evans' company. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Rockingham county at the age of seventy-seven for 
service of private in the Massachusetts militia. He was bom 
and died in Seabrook. 

MRS. ALICE HANFORD LAWRENCE. 18390 

Born in Raymond, Illinois. 
Wife of Otto Lawrence. 
Descendant of Charles Deake, Sr., Charles Deake, Jr., 



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Annie Gould Deake, Rev. William Waite and Caleb Sher- 
man. 

Daughter of Thomas Hanford and Isabelle Cooper, his wife. 

See No. 18391. 

MISS JENNIE ELIDA HANFORD. 18391 

Born in Raymond, Illinois. 
Descendant of Charles Deake, Sr., Charles Deake, Jr., 
Annie Gould Deake, Rev. William Waite and Caleb Sher- 
man, all of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas Hanford and Isabelle Cooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Hanford and Amy Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hanford and Polly Waite Sherman 
Deake (1794-1832), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Deake, Jr., and Abigail Waite 
Sherman (1772-1861), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Deake and Annie Gould 
(1741-1828), his wife; Caleb Sherman and Mary Waite (1753-1842), 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Waite and Mary Waite 
(1731-1822), his wife. 

Charles Deake, (1738- 1803), served as a private from Al- 
bany county under Col. Lewis Van Woert. He was at Ben- 
nington where his wife succored the prisoners. 

Charles Deake, Jr., (1763-1844), served in the regiment 
with his father, as did his brothers William and John. 

William Waite, (i 731 -1826), a Baptist preacher, fought at 
Bennington. The battle was on his farm and the prisoners 
were confined in his church. He and his wife are buried at 
"Waite's Corners,'* Washington Co., N. Y. 

Caleb Sherman, (1743-1814), was a private in Col. Peter 
Yates' regiment of Albany county militia. He died in Green- 
field, N. Y. His brothers John, Shebal and William also 
served in the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 345, 5735, 14582, 15391. 



MRS. MARY FISK HAMILTON. 18392 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Fisk, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Pateshall Fisk and Lucy Walker Fobsom, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Fisk and Jane Farriss, his wife. 
ID 



146 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Fisk and Rebecca Clark, his wife. 

Moses Fisk, (1746-1810), was a minute man from Natick at 
the Lexington Alarm. He held many important town offices. 
He was born in Natick and died in Framingham, Mass. 

18393 
MRS. ADELAIDE H. WOODALL. 18394 

Born in Quincy, Illinois. 
Wife of Col. French Batelle Woodall. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Pratt, Jr., and of Benjamin Saf- 
ford, Jr. 

Daughter of Gen. John Frierson and Harriet Wheeler Robbins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pratt Robbins (1793- 1873) and Maria Saf- 
ford (1793- 1872), his wife (m. 1816). 

Gr.-granddaugter of Capt. Nathan Robbins and Ruth Pratt (b. 
1772), his wife; Benjamin SaflFord, Jr., and Hannah Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Pratt, Jr., and Anna Smith his first 
wife (m. 1771); Benjamin SaflFord (1706-1799) and Prudence SaflFord, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Pratt and Elizabeth Pool, his 
wife (m. 1747). 

John Pratt, Jr., (1748-1816), served as sergeant in the New 
Hampshire militia, 1777, and as lieutenant in the Continental 
Army at West Point, 1780. He was born in Reading, Mass., 
and died in New Ipswich, N. H. 

Benjamin Safford, Jr., marched from New Ipswich at the 
Ticonderoga Alarm and served under Capt. Stephen Parker 
in the Burgoyne campaign. He* was born in New Ipswich, 
N. H., and died, 1830, on his way to Illinois. 

MISS LUCY AINSWORTH. 18395 

Born in Rock Island, Illinois. 

Descendant of Ens. Cornelius Lynde. 

Daughter of Charles Rodney Ainsworth and Mary Elizabeth Cook, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Ainsworth and Laura Lynde, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Lynde and Rebekah Davis, his 
wife. 

Cornelius Lynde, (i 751- 1836), served on the Northern 
frontier as sergeant-major in the Berkshire county, Mass., 
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the pension roll of Orange Co., Vt., at the age of eighty- 
three for service of ensign in the Massachusetts militia. He 
was bom in Leicester, Mass., and died in Williamstown, Vt. 
Also No. 12594. 

MRS. EMMA AINSWORTH VELIE. 18396 

Born in Edington, Illinois. 
Wife of Stephen Henry Velie, Jr. 
Descendant of Ens. Cornelius Lynde. 

Daughter of Charles Rodney Ainsworth and Mary Elizabeth Cook, 
his wife. 
Sec No. 18395. 

MISS S. LILLIAN BYINGTON. 18397 

Born in Fayetteville, New York. 

Descendant of Col. James Otis, Brig. Gen. Otis and Poly- 
carp Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Milton Byington and Harriet Calkins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Milton Byington and Susan Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Polycarp Snwth. ^ 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Polycarp Smith and Dorothy Otis, his 
second wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Otis and Rebecca Sturgis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Otis and Mary Allyne, his 
wife. 

James Otis, (1702-78), who had served under the Crown, 
was the oldest member and President of the Council of 
Safety of Barnstable, where he was born and died. 

Also Nos. 3576, 6353, 9038, 10740, 13430, 15303. 

Joseph Otis, (1725-1810), was a member of the legislature 

and brigadier general of militia. He protected Barnstable 
harbor where boats sought refuge from privateers in the war. 
Polycarp Smith, (1737-1807), served as a private in the 
Berkshire county, Mass., regiment under Capt. John Strong. 
He died in Whitesboro, N. Y. 



MRS. LUCY M. PADDOCK. 18398 

Born in Mexico, New York.' 
Wife of Chauncy Paddock. 
Descendant of David Lamb, of New York. 



148 DAUGHTERS OF TliE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Stephen Hotchkiss and Sally Lamb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lamb and Amy Whitman, his wife. 

David Lamb, (1755-1838), was placed on the pension roll 
of Oswego Co., N. Y., at the age of seyenty-eight for service 
of gunner in the Connecticut militia. He was bom in Con- 
necticut and died in Mexico, N. Y. 

MRS. JESSIE L. PADDOCK PETTY. 18399 

Born in Prophetstown, Illinois. 
Wife of Oliver P. Petty. 
Descendant of David Lamb. 

Daughter of George E. Paddock and Ella M. Paddock, his wife. 
Graddaughter of Chauncy Paddock and Lucy M. Hotchkiss, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hotchkiss and Sally Lamb, his wife. 
See No. 18398. 

MRS. ISABELLA McK. STEWART. 18400 

Born in Roan County, Tennessee. 
Descendant of .Capt. Samuel Walker, of Tennessee. 

Daughter of John McKamry and Jane Patterson Walker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Walker and Susan McDonald, his wife. 

Samuel Walker, (1748-1830), was placed on the* pension 

roll of Roan county, Tenn., at the age of seventy for service 

of captain in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born 

in Botetourt Co., Va., and died in Roan Co., Tenn. 

18401 
MRS. VIRGINIA SOUTHARD WOODRUFF KING. 18402 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of William Rice King. 

Descendant of Capt. Israel Carle, Capt. Elias Woodruff, 
Col. Thomas Lowrey, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Col. Israel Carle Woodruff and Caroline Augusta 
Mayhew, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Lowrey Woodruff and Anna Carle, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Dickinson Woodruff and Grace 
Lowrey, his wife; Israel Carle and Lydia Green, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Woodruff and Mary Joline, his wife; 
Thomas Lowrey and Esther Fleming, his wife. 



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Israel Carle, (1757-1822), commanded a company of Hun- 
terdon County Light Horse, 1777. 

Also No. 15741. 

Thomas Lowrey, (1737- 1809), served from Hunterdon 
county in the Provincial Congress and as colonel of militia. 
He was born in Ireland. His wife was one of the committee 
of ladies who raised a large sum of money in twelve days for 
the relief of the army. 

Also Nos. 1 1 150, 15267, 16062. 

Elias Woodruff, (1738-1801), served as commissary of mil- 
itar>' stores of State troops. 

MRS. FLORENCE LOUISE MIXTER WELLS. 18403 

Born in Rock Island, Illinois. 

Wife of Frederick B. Wells. 

Descendant of Daniel Sherwood, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frank Mixter and Elizabeth Bradley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Bradley and Elizabeth Sherwood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Sherwood and Abigail Couch, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Sherwood and Abigail Andrews 
(1736-93), his wife. 

Daniel Sherwood, (1735-1819), served under Capt. Jonathan 
Dimon, 1775, and in the Coast Guards, 1776. He was prom- 
inent in civil affairs of Fairfield, where he was bom and died. 

Also No. 10439. 

MRS. ELLEN MARYA CHERRILL MERRILL. 18404 

Born in Carthage, Illinois. 

Wife of Charles C. Merrill. 

Descendant of William Mack. 

Daughter of Edward Cherrill and Susan Agnes Sholl, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Sholl and Ann Marya Mack, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Mack and Susanna Fisher, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Mack and Agnes Mack, his wife. 

William Mack, (1749-1813), served as a private in the Ver- 
mont militia, 1777, under Col. William Williams. 

MRS. HARRIET HITCHCOCK BROWNE. 18405 

Born in South Salem, Ohio. 
Wife of Charles Allen Browne. 



150 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Luke Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Hitchcock (1814-98) and Matilda Spence, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Cornish Hitchcock (1772-1843) and Mary Merrill, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Luke Hitchcock and Sarah Cornish, his wife 
(m. 1771). 

Luke Hitchcock, (1744-82), entered the army as lieuten- 
ant, 1777; was promoted to captain, 1779. He was born 
in New Milford, Conn., and was killed in a duel with Lieu- 
tenant Stone at West Point, N. Y. 

MRS. IMOGENE SEYMOUR THURSTON. 18406 

Born in Rock Creek, Illinois. 
Wife of William H. Thurston. 
Descendant of Capt. Ezekiel Herrick, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philander Seymour and Laura M. Belding, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Aaron Belding and Fanny Herrick, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Amasa Herrick and Polly Robinson, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Herrick and Abigail Wilson, his 
wife. 
Ezekiel Herrick served from Tyringham in the General 

Court and as captain of Berkshire County militia, 1776. 
Also No. 11471. 

MRS. EVA ESTELLE HERSEY MUDGE. 18407 

Born in Lake City, Minnesota. 

Wife of D. A. Mudge. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Hersey. 

Daughter of Roscoe Freeman Hersey and Eva Celestia Wardwell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Freeman Hersey and Jane Anne Davis, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James Hersey and Olive Freeman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hersey and Althea Poole, his wife. 

James Hersey, (1758-1846), enlisted, 1775, as a private, 
served as corporal, 1778, under Capt. Nathan Smith, and as 
sergeant under Capt. Jacob Pool, 1780. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Oxford county, Maine, at the age of 
seventy-five for service as corporal and sergeant in the Mas- . 
sachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Abington, 
Mass., and died in Sumner, Maine. 



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MRS. CHARLOTTE LILLIAN GORE BUCK. 18408 

Born in Iowa City, Iowa. 
Wife of Frank R. Buck. 
Descendant of Obadiah Gore and of Lieut. Daniel Gore. 

Daughter of Giles Capron Gore and Sarah Cordelia Abbott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Gore and Clarenda Capron, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Gore and Mary Park, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Gore and Hannah Park, his wife. 

Obadiah Gore, (1714-79), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Wyoming and arranged the capitulation after 
the massacre, where three sons and two sons-in-law were killed 
in the battle. He was born in Roxbury, Conn., and died in 
Wyoming, Pa. 

Daniel Gore, (1746-1809), served as lieutenant in Col. Zeb- 
ulon Butler's regiment at Wyoming, where he lost an arm. 

Also Nos. 342, 8515. 

MISS HATTIE GREEN. 18409 

Born in Ottawa, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. William Green, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Green and Louisa Jane Loyd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Green and Alma Works, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Green and Martha Earl, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Green and Hannah Holden, his 
wife. 

William Green, (i 727-1810), served as adjutant to Pres- 
cott's Massachusetts regiment at Bunker Hill, where he was 
wounded. He was promoted captain, 1777. He was born 
in Groton and died in Brookline, Mass. 

Also No. 14809. 

MISS FANNIE ALMA GREEN. 18410 

Born in Ottawa, Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. William Green, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Green and Louisa Jane Loyd, his wife. 
See No. 18409. 

MRS. ELIZABETH V. EDDY. .18411 

Born in Clarendon, New York. 
Wife of Jira W. Eddy. 
Descendant of Col. Philip Burr Bradley, of Connecticut. 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Ira B. Keeler and Clarissa Harlow Foley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Keeler and Betsey Bradley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Phillip Burr Bradley and Ruth Smith, his 
second wife. 

Philip Burr Bradley, (1738-1821), a graduate of Yale, was 
a member of the Assembly for thirty-eight sessions. He 
commanded a regiment at Long Island and was in active 
service until 1781, when he was retired by consolidation. He 
was bom in Greenfield ; died in Ridgefield,, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3222, 6136. 

MRS. DELIA WARNER HUNTINGTON. 18412 

Bom in Burns, Illinois. 
Wife of Henry C. Huntington. 
Descendant of Edward Otis. 

Daughter of Syivanus Wilson Warner and Emeline Otis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edward Otis, Jr., and Sarah Strubel, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Otis and Merrill, his wife. 

Edward Otis, (1766-1852), enlisted from Lyme as a pri- 
vate. He was placed on the pension roll of Holmes Co., 
Ohio, at the age of sixty-seven, for eleven months' actual 
service in the Connecticut Continental Line. He died in 
Bigelow Mills, Indiana. 

MRS. FRANCES BRYANT BANNISTER. 18413 

Born in Princeton, Illinois. 

Wife of John C. Bannister. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Snell and of Capt. Phineas Smith, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elijah Wiswall Bryant and Laura Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Howard Bryant and Harriet Wiswall, his 
wife; Sidney Smith (1807-87) and Laura Doolittle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Peter Bryant and Sarah Snell, his wife; 
Levi Smith and Lucy Stebbins, his second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandd^ughter of Ebenezer Snell and Sarah Packard, his 
wife ; Phineas Smith and Elizabeth Smith, his wife. 

Ebenezer Snell, (1738-1813), was a minute man in Capt. 
William Ward's company at the Bennington Alarm. He was 
born in Bridgewater and died in Cumington, Mass. 

Also Nos. 12055, 13307, 16704. 

Phineas Smith, (1717-87), was a delegate to the 'first Pro- 
vincial Congress and commanded a company of minute men 



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from Granby, 1776-77. He was elected to the General Court, 
1777, where he served through the war. 
Also Nos. 6819, 9603, 12056, 15585. 

MRS. CLARA A. CHANDLER. 18414 

Born in Macomb, Illinois. 
Wife of C. V. Chandler. 

. * 

Descendant of Stephen Hempstead, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of J. H. Baker and Isabelle Hempstead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Hempsted, Jr., and Marie Louise L^ 
Febvre, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hempstead and Mary Lewis, his 
wife. 

Stephen Hempstead, (1752-1832), served at Bunker Hill 
and was wounded at Harlem Heights. He was so severely 
wounded at Fort Griswold that he was left for. dead on the 
field. He wrote a graphic description of this battle which 
was published in the Republican of St. Louis, the city where 
he died. He was born in New London, Conn. 

Also Nos. 2307, 4587, 7099, 12650, 13265, 15512, 16669. 

MRS. LEILA MARKOE BARR. 18415 

Born in Jacksonville, 111. 
Wife of Samuel Orr Barr. 
Descendant of Capt. Abram Markoe and of William Dun- 

kp. 

Daughter of Samuel Markoe and Rebecca Louise Dunlap, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Markoe and Hetty Cox, his wife; William 
Dunlap (1795-1867) and Sarah Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abram Markoe and Elizabeth Baynton, his 
wife; Rev. James Dunlap (1773-1866) and Emily Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Dunlap and Rebecca Robertson, 
his wife. 

Abram Markoe, (1729-1806), was active in organizing the 
Light Horse of Philadelphia, known as the City Troop, and 
was chosen its first captain. This company escorted the Com- 
mander-in-Chief to New York, when he left Philadelphia, 
June 20, 1775, to take command of the army at Cambridge. 
He was born in the West Indies, emigrated in early manhood 
and died in Philadelphia. 

William Dunlap, (1743- 1816), served as a soldier in the 



154 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Virginia Line until the surrender of Cornwallis. He was 
of Scotch descent and died in Lexington, Ky. 
Also Nos. 11509, 14820. 

MRS. MARY LOUISE BARR RUSSELL. 18416 

Born in Jacksonville, Illinois. 

Wife of John Russell. 

Descendant of Capt. Abram Markoe and of William Dun- 
lap. 

Daughter of Samuel Orr Barr and Leila Markoe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Markoe and Rebecca Louise Dunlap, his 
wife. 

See No. 18415. 

MISS EDITH EDWARDS. 18417 

Born in Springfield, Illinois. 
Descendant of Benjamin Edwards, Maj. Levi Todd, and 
Samuel Briggs. 

Daughter of Charles Edwards and Mary Hickox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ninian Wirt Edwards and Elizabeth Todd, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ninian Edwards and Elvira Lane, his wife; 
Robert S. Todd (1791-1849) and Eliza Ann Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Edwards and Margaret Beall, 
his wife; Levi Todd and Jane Briggs, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Briggs and Sarah Logan, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Edwards, (1753-1826), gave both civil and mil- 
itary service in the Revolution. He was born in Stafford 
Co., Va., lived in Maryland, and removed to Kentucky, 1800, 
where he died. 

Levi Todd, (1756-1807), was aide to Gen. George Rogers 
Clark and was major at the battle of Blue Licks, 1782. He 
died in Payette Co., Ky. 

Samuel Briggs served in the pioneer warfare of Kentucky 
under his brother-in-law, Col. Benjamin Logan. 

Also Nos. 5689, 6404, 10471, 10837, 12265, 15773. 

MRS. HARRIET RUMSEY TAYLOR. 18418 

Born in Fairfield County, Connecticut. 
Widow of Francis Taylor. 
Descendant of Sergt. Garret Sickels, of New York. 



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Datighter of Aaron Burr Rumsey and Lucetta Crane, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Morris Crane and Abigail Sickels, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Garret Sickels and Rachel Beach Crane, his 
wife. 

Garret Sickels, (1758-1822), served as sergeant in the first 
company under Capt. John Hunter, commanded by Lieut. 
Col. Aaron Burr. His regiment, 1777, guarded the Ramapo 
Pass, and was successful in defeating the enemy near Hack- 
ensack. He was Marshall of the Day when the remains of 
prisoners who had died on the prison ships in Wallabout Bay 
were carried through the city to their burial place. He was 
bom in Platlands, L. I., and died in New York City. 

Also No. 17676. 

MRS. MARY COFFEY BLADEN McGINNISS. 18419 

Born in Spencer, Indiana. 
Wife of Homer L. McGinniss. 
Descendant of WiUiam McDonald. 

Daughter of Edward Rutledge Bladen and Laura Coffey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel A. Coffey and Charity McDonald, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William McDonald and Ruth McFadden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William McDonald and Charity Mc- 
Donald, his wife. 

William McDonald served as a private in Capt. Joseph 
Spencer's company of Virginia militia. 

MRS. MOLLIE COFFEY SWIGERT. 18420 

Born in Spencer, Indiana. 
Wife of William Earl Swigert. 
Descendant of William McDonald. 
Daughter of Joel A. Coffey and Charity McDonald, his wife. 
See No. 18419. 

MRS. MARGERY A. SOPER. 18421 

Born in Newark, Ohio. 
Wife of George Soper. 
Descendant of John Ryan. 

Daughter of Ira B. Ryan (1809-1894) and Catherine Porter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ryan and Ruth Burwell, his wife. 



156 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Ryan, (1749-1819), served as a private in the Hunter- 
don county, New Jersey, militia. He was bom in Dublin, Ire- 
land, and died in Pa. 

MRS. CARRIE CATLIN HARVISON. 18422 

Born in Litchfield, Connecticut. 

Wife of W. G. Harvison. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Catlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Levi Catlin and Samentha Ellen Downs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Catlin and Elizabeth Landon, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Catlin and Avis Buel, his wife. 

Thomas Catlin, (1737-1829), served as second lieutenant 
under Capt. Abraham Bradley. He was taken prisoner in 
the retreat from New York, 1776, and an account of his suf- 
fering during his confinement has been published. He was 
born and died in Litchfield. 

Also Nos. 544, 6093, 16549. 

MRS. EMMA MARGARET ENOCH. 18423 

Born in Wauconda, Illinois. 

Wife of A. W. Enoch. 

Descendant of Amos Pettibone, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ralph Bagg and Mary Jane Penniman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester Bagg and Sallie Pettibone, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Pettibone and Sarah Barker, his wife. 

Amos Pettibone was placed on the pension roll of Berk- 
shire county, Mass., 1833, at the age of seventy-three for 
service of private in the Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. RUTH COLLINS CANBY. 18424 

Born in Keokuk, Iowa. 

Wife of Joseph Leister Canby. 

Descendant of Levi Collins, Herbert Lewis, Ephraim Col- 
lins and Lieut. Isaac Wheeler Stanton. 

Daughter of Ephraim Collins (1798-1863) and Margaret Lewis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Williamson Vaughn Lewis and Clarkie Bell, his 
wife; Levi Collins and Abigail Stanton, his wife (m. 1787). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Herbert Lewis and Charlotte Beatty, his 
wife (m. 1787): Ephraim Collins and Abigail Collins, his wife: Isaac 
Wheeler Stanton and Ruth Ayer, his wife. 

Levi Collins, (i 760-1837), was placed on the pension roll 



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of Macomb Co., Michigan, 1818, for service in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. 

Also No. 16567. 

Herbert Lewis, (1759-1836), was placed on the pension roll 

of Chatham Co., N. C, at the age of seventy-five for service 
of private in the Virginia militia. 

Ephraim Collins, (1715-76), served in the Connecticut mil- 
itia in the Canadian campaign. He died of smallpox in 
Quebec as did also his son Richard. 

Isaac Wheeler Stanton, (i 743-1831), served in the Connecti- 
cut militia as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and second 
lieutenant in the New York campaign, 1776. He was bom in 
Norwich, Conn., and died in Danville, Vt. 

MRS. MARY JANE HARVEY. 18425 

Born in Zanesville, Ohio. 

Wife of O. R. Harvey. 

Descendant of John Ryan. 

Daughter of Ira B. Ryan and Catherine Porter, his wife. 
See No. 18421. 

MRS. HARRIETTE KING YOUNG WARNER. 18426 

Born in Clinton, Iowa. 
Wife of H. D. Warner. 
Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Curtis. 

Daughter of Henry Clay Young and Eliza Curtis Woodward, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Wheelock Woodward and Adelia Blunt, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William H. Woodward and Eliza Curtis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Curtis and Elizabeth Billings, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Curtis, (1752-84), was appointed surgeon in the 
Continental army under Col. Alexander McDougal. He 
was bom in Roxbury; died in Boston, Mass. 

Also Nos. 325, 3806, 7537. 

MRS. ELIZA CURTIS WOODWARD YOUNG. 18427 

Born in Galena, Illinois. 
Wife of Henry Clay Young. 



IS8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Curtis. 

Daughter of George Wheelock Woodward and Adelia Blunt, his 
wife. 
See No. 18426. 

MISS EDITH REILLY. 18428 

Born in Evansville, Indiana. 

Descendant of Anna Poster Howe and of Edith Howe. 

Daughter of William Reilly and Mary French Willson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Willson and Edith Bradford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Bradford and Edith Howe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bezaleel Howe and Anna Foster, his wife. 

Edith Howe, (1744-1822), and her mother wove cloth which 
they made into clothes for the soldiers. Among the re- 
cruits were her brother Darius and Bezaleel. She was bom 
in Marlboro, Mass., and died in Tunbridge, Vt. 

Also No. 577. 

MRS. LUCY PERKINS BOALT PALMER. 18429 

Born in Norwalk, Ohio. 
Wife of Asa Gardner Palmer. 
Descendant of Gov. Matthew Griswold, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Harper Boalt and Charlotte Wooster, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Leicester Boalt and Eliza Woodbridge 
Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gov. Roger Griswold (1762-1812) and Fanny 
Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Griswold and Ursula Wolcott, 
his wife. 

Matthew Griswold, (1714-99), was chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Safety 1775, and during his long public service held 
the highest office in the gift of the Colony. He was born 
and died in Lyme. The name of his wife has been honored 
by the Daughters of Toledo, Ohio. 

Also Nos. 716, 3521, 11717. 

MRS. ELIZABETH WHITE SHAW. 18430 

Born in Delhi, New York. 
Wife of D. A. Shaw. 

Descendant of Aaron Hobart, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Seth Hobart White and Ophelia Sheldon MacDonald, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Micah White and Esther Hobart, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Hobart and Esther Allen, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Hobart and Elizabeth Pillsbury, his 
first wife. 

Aaron Hobart, (1729-1810), was proprietor of foundries 

and cast cannon for the colony. 

Also Nos. 1926, 3220, 15572, 16994, 17519. 

MRS. ANNA STURTEVANT HAWLEY. 18431 

Born in Winchendon, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Wesley Willard Hawley. 
Descendant of Lot Sturtevant. 

Daughter of Gardinier Sturtevant and Charlotte Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Seth Sturtevant and Huldah Besse, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lot Sturtevant and Elizabeth Besse, his wife. 

Lot Sturtevant, (1759-1848), enlisted in 1777, for three 
years in Capt. Joshua Eddy's company, Col. Gamaliel Brad- 
ford's Massachusetts regiment and was honorably dis- 
charged at New York. He was placed on the pension roll, 
1818, for three years' actual service as a private. He was 
born in Wareham, Mass., and died in Waterville, Me. 

MRS. EUGENIA GROSS WILSON. 18432 

Born in Tiffin, Ohio. 
Wife of Joseph H. Wilson. 
Descendant of Col. Joseph Marsh, of Vermont. 

Daughter of John Greer Gross arid Elizabeth Hedges, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Pitkin Gross and Rebecca Cory, his wife. 
J Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Gross and Rhoda Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Marsh and Dorothy Mason, his 
wife. 

Joseph Marsh, (1726-1811), served as colonel of militia and 
as a member of the Provincial Congress of New York 1776. 
He was elected lieutenant governor of Vermont, 1778, re- 
elected 1779, and represented Hartford in the Assembly, 178 1. 
He was born in Lebanon, Conn. ; died in Hartford, Vt. 

Also Nos. 7452, 14301, 15927, 16717. 

MRS. MARY ELECTA STUART CARPENTER. 18433 

Born in Luray, Ohio. 
Widow of Lemuel D. Carpenter. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Stuart. 



l60 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Isaac D. Stuart (1789-1841) and Mary Lamson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Stuart and Mercy Lockwood, his wife. 

Nathaniel Stuart was twice injured in service ; was granted 

a pension but did not live to receive it. He was born in 

Waterbury, Conn., about 1750, and died in Luzerne, Pa., 

about 1834. 
Also No. 16104. 

MISS ALICE FIEDLER. 18434 

Born in Ottumwa, Iowa. 

Descendant of Col. John Mackay, Capt. Joseph Mackay 
and Jacob Abbott, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Frank Fiedler and Frances H. Fowler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Fowler and Charity Abbott, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Abbott and Prudence Mackay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Mackay and Elizabeth Brewster, 
his wife. 

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

John Mackay, (1715-99), served as colonel of the Cape May 
militia until he resigned, 1778. 

Joseph Mackay, (1736-1812), was captain of the first regi- 
ment, Sussex county militia. 

Jacob Abbott, (1750-1840), served as a private in the Sus- 
sex county militia. 

MISS EMMA ADELE FIEDLER. 18435 

Born in Espy, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. John Mackay, Capt. Joseph Mackay 
and Jacob Abbott. 
Daughter of Frank Fiedler and Frances H. Fowler, his wife. 
See No. 18434. 

MRS. LAURA HENNEGIN JORDAN. 18436 

Born in Jackson County, Missouri. 

Wife of J. W. Jordan. 
Descendant of Moses Harris. 

Daughter of Peter Hennegin and Mary E. Ross, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Hennegin and Susan Montgomery, his 
wife. 



r^lNKAGE BOOK. l6l 



Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Herinegin and Rhoda Harris, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Harris and West, his wife. 

Moses Harris served in the militia of New York. He was 

born in England, came to this country, 1755, and located in 

Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

MRS. MAHALA DUDLEY La FORCE. 18437 

Bom in Athens, Ohio. 
Wife of Dr. D. A. La Force. 
Descendant of Thomas Campbell. 

Daughter of Edward Dudley and Eliza Ann Dudley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Dudley and Jane Campbell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Campbell and Margaret Dunning, 
his wife. 

Thomas Campbell, (i 737-1803), was a private in Capt. 
George Reid's company, Col. John Stark's regiment of New 
Hampshire militia, at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

MRS. ORA CARPENTER SIBERELL 18438 

Born in Wapello County, Iowa. 
Wife of Sumner Siberell. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Stuart. 

Daughter of Lemuel D. Carpenter and Mary E. Stuart, his wife 
Granddaughter of Isaac D. Stuart and Mary Lamson, his wife. 
See No. 18433. 

MISS ELLA E. SPALDING. 18439 

Born in Ottumwa, Iowa. 

Descendant of Joseph Colcord, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Andrew Josiah Spaulding and Elizabeth Armit Brown, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cotton Sanborn Brown and Betsey Armit, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Colcord and Frances Russell, his wife. 

Joseph Colcord, (1754-1839), was a private in Capt. Zebu- 
Ion Oilman's company at Saratoga, 1777. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Rockingham county at the age of seventy- 
nine for service in the New Hampshire Continental Line. 
He died in Newmarket and is buried on his farm. 

II 



l62 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. HANNAH BELL BARKER. 18440 

Born in America, Ohio. 
Wife of Charles I. Barker. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel Brown, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Daniel Shaw Bell and Julia Maria Corwin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Corwin and Hannah Roberts, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Roberts and Sarah Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Hannah Brown, his 
wife. 

Daniel Brown, (1742-1822), commanded a company in the 
militia; was promoted major 1778, and served to the close 
oi the war. He died in Morris county, N. J. 

MISS ELIZABETH HEYWOOD. 18441 

Born in Red Oak, Iowa. 

Descendant of Col. William Heywood, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Eleazer Baldwin Heywood and Sarah Stebbins, hia 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Willard Heywood and Emily Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Heywood and Dorcas Whitaker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Heywood and Lydia Hastings, 
his wife. 

William Heywood, (1728- 1803), who had fought in the 
early wars was major at Ticonderoga, 1777, and served under 
Col. Daniel Hobart at the battle of Bennington. He held 
many civil offices and was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress of New Hampshire, 1778-79. He was bom in Rutland, 
Mass., and died in Charlestown, N. H. 

MISS HARRIET LANE. 18442 

Born in Burlington, Iowa. 

Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright, Jr., Oilman Dudley 
and John Thorne, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel J. Lane and Amelia Merritt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Merritt and Harriet Wright, his wife; 
Tohn S. Lane and Abigail Dudley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Wright and Sarah Adkins, his wife; 
Samuel C. Dudley and Mercy Thome, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Wright, Jr., and Elizabeth Still- 
man his wife; Gilman Dudley and Sarah Conner, his wife; John 
Thome. 



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Caleb Wright, Jr., (1746-86), served as sergeant at Ben- 
nington in Col. lyewis Van Woert's regiment. He died in 
Cambridge, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 9783, 13624. 

Gilman Dudley, (1727- 1803), enlisted in Capt. Daniel Run- 
nel's company, Col. Thomas Tash's regiment, 1776. He was 
bom in Exeter and died in Sanbornton, N. H. 

John Thorne removed from Kingston to Sanbornton in 
1764 where he signed the Association Test and where he died 
in 1807. 

MISS MARTHA LANE. 18443 

Born in Burlington, Iowa. 

Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright, Jr., Gilman Dudley and 
John Thorne. 
See No. 18442. 

MRS. ALICE LOUISE LITTLE. 18444. 

Born in Onondaga, New York. 
Wife of Johti J. Little. 

Descendant of Eliphaz Jones and of Ezekiel Jones, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Lieut. Dudley G. Shirley and Helen M. Webb, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Capt. Judson Webb and Betsey Jones, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphaz Jones and Lavinia Barber, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Jones and Mindwell Beach, his 
wife. 

Eliphaz Jones, (1758-96), served as drummer in Capt, Levi 
Wells' company, Col. Joseph Spencer's regiment, at the siege 
of Boston. He was born and died in Hebron. 

Also No. 16009. 

Ezekiel Jones, (1731-91), enlisted as fifer in the company 

from Hebron, 1775. 
MRS. MABEL GORDON MILLARD. 18445 

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank Ashley Millard. 

Descendant of Joseph Storrs, Lieut. Col. James Williams, 

Jr., Timothy Gordon, Corp. Samuel Wardwell, Brig. Gen. 

Joseph Otis and Col. James Otis, 



164 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Gilchrist Gordon and Sarah Otis Storrs, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Alexander Gordon and Maria Williams, 
his wife; Otis Storrs and Ann Bourne, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Mason Williams and Eliza Otis, his 
wife; William Gordon and Helen Gilchrist, his wife; John Waldron 
Bourne and Nancy Wardwell, his wife; Royal Storrs and Sarah 
Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Williams, Jr., and Susannah Shaw, 
his wife; Lemuel Williams and Rebecca Otis, his wife; Timothy 
Gordon and Lydia Whitmore, his wife; Samuel Wardwell and Lydia 
Wardwell, his wife; Joseph Storrs and Experience Gurley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Otis and Rebecca Sturgis, his 
wife. 

See No. 18397. 

Joseph Storrs, (171 1-85), served as Justice of the Peace and 
was a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born 
and died in Mansfield, Conn. 

Also No. 4168, 17192. 

James Williams, Jr., (1741-1826), served as captain at the 

Lexington Alarm. He was appointed major, 1776, and lieu- 
tenant colonel 1778, of Bristol County militia. He was born 
and died in Taunton, Mass. 

Also No. 15711. 

Timothy Gordon, (1757-1836), was at Bunker Hill, Ben- 
nington and Saratoga. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Essex Co., Mass., at the age of seventy-seven, for service of 
private in the New Hampshire militia. He was born in 
Brentwood, N. H., and died in Newburyport, Mass. 

Also No. 3026. 

Samuel Wardwell, (1755-1819), served as corporal and 
drummer in Capt. Caleb Carr's company. He was born and 
died in Bristol, R. I. 

Also No, 10689. 

MRS. JULIA WOODWARD SHELTON. 18446 

Born in Van Buren County, Iowa. 
Wife of Charles Eldred Shelton. 

Descendant of Sergt. Austin Smith, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Woodward and Charlotte C. Tylee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edward R. Tylee and Rebecca Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Austin Smith and Rebecca Reynolds, his 
wife. 



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Austin Smith, (1756-1846), entered the army as a private 
and was promoted corporal and sergeant in the Connecticut 
Line. He was at Germantown, wounded at Monmouth and 
received honorable mention for bravery. He was born in 
Connecticut and died in Oswego, N. Y. 

Also No. 13842. 

MRS. CORA ERNESTINE POOR MILLARD. 18447 

Born in Shamburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Millard, Jr. 

Descendant of Paul Poore, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Cornelius L. Poor and Sarah M. Goodban, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alonzo Poor and Elizabeth Henry Henderson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Poor and Ritty Ann Dart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Poore and Ruth Noyes, his wife. 

Paul Poore, (1762- 1837), enlisted in Capt. Samuel Huse's 
company, Col. Jacob Gerrish's regiment of guards, 1778, sta- 
tioned at Cambridge. He was born and died in Rowley. 

MRS. MARY NEWBURY ADAMS. 18448 

Born in Peru, Indiana. 

Widow of Judge Austin Adams. 

Descendant of Dr. Erastus Sergeant, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Samuel Newbury and Mary Ann Sergeant, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Erastus Sergeant, Jr., and Margaret Pyn- 
chon Keeler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Erastus Sergeant and Elizabeth Partridge, 
his wife. 

Erastus Sergeant, (1742-1814), was a delegate to the first 
County Convention called to take action on the oppressive 
measures of the British. He commanded a company in Col. 
Benjamin Simond's Berkshire county regiment and was 
major in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died in 
Stockbridge, Mass. 

Also No. 12093. 

MRS. MARY E. CORY WADLEY. 18449 

Born in Freeport, Indiana. 
Wife of Samuel Parker Wadley. 



l66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of James Morrison. 

Daughter of Alexander Cory (1820-64) and Loretta Morrison, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Morrison (1799-1878) and Elizabeth 
Johnson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Morrison and Mary Gabby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of James Morrison. 

James Morrison was born in Donegal county, Irel^d; 
came to this country in 1773 and settled in Pennsylvania. 
"He was actively engaged in the Revolutionary War all 
through the struggle for Independence." 

MISS FRANCES REBECCA BENSON. 18450 

Born in Clark County, Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. Timothy Green, Lieut. William Allen 
and Andrew Rogers, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Milton Benson and Effinda Rogers McCormick, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Mitchell McCormick and Rebecca Allen 
Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of Robert Rogers and Effy Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Allen and Rebecca Green, his 
wife; Andrew Rogers and Jane Henderson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Green and Effy Finney Rob- 
ison, his first wife. 

Timothy Green, (1733-1812), who had won distinction in 
the early wars, was colonel of the Hanover Rifle Battalion 
of militia, 1775. He was a member of the first Committee of 
Safety. He was born in Dauphin Co., where he died. 

William Allen, (1744-94), was lieutenant in the Flying 
Camp and was wounded at Long Island. He was born and 
died in Dauphin county. 

Andrew Rogers, (1746-82), served in the company of his 
brother Capt. James Rogers, Col. Timothy Green's Rifle Bat- 
talion. He was born and died in Lancaster county. 

Also Nos. 7146, 10645, 1 1748, 12077, 13503, 17438. 

MRS. MARTHA ANGELL BALDWIN. 18451 

Born in Pineville, New York 
Wife of Charles M. Baldwin. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Angell, of Rhode Island; 



LINEAGE BOOK. 167 



Nathaniel Hempstead and Corp. Nathaniel Hempstead, Jr., 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alonzo Rice Angell and Mary Anna Hemptead, his. 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Emor Angell (b. 1770) and Lydia Rice, his wife;: 
William Hempstead (1783- 1834) and Miriam Hyatt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Angell and Lydia Medbury (m. 1767),. 
his wife; Nathaniel Hempstead, Jr, and Esther Greene (1753-1842)^ 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hempstead and Hannah Booths 
his wife. 

Samuel Angell served as captain of Rhode Island Continen- 
tal Artillery. He was born in Scituate, R. I., 1742 and died 
in New Berlin, N. Y. 

Nathaniel Hempstead, (1727-92), served at the alarms. He 
was born and died in New London. 

Nathaniel Hempstead, Jr., (1753-1842), served as corporal 
in a company of Matross under Capt. Nathaniel Saltonstall. 

MRS. ALICE ]\IULLETT BLOUNT. 18452 

Born in Vevay, Indiana. 

Wife of Arthur Wood Blunt. j 

Descendant of Samuel Piper, of New Hampshire. ' 

Daughter of Eugene R. Mullett and Valeria Harding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lodnor D. Harding and Mary Gray, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hiram Harding and Lovinia Piper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Piper and Nancy Chevers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Piper (1746- 1836) and Sarah 
Barker, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Piper and Jane Gate, his 
wife. 

Samuel Piper, (1701-88), signed the Association Test of 

Stratham, N. H. He was born in Ipswich, Mass., and died 
in Loudon Co., N. H. 

MRS. GENEVIEVE ROWENA CONANT. 18453 

Born in Annsville, New York. 

Wife of John Alexander Conant. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Martin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Henry S. Waterman and Eleanor Bloss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Waterman and Almedia Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Martin and Jerusha Humphrey, his 
wife. 



l68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr.-gran<idaughter of Nathaniel Martin and Susanna. Kent (m. 
1751), his wife. 

Nathaniel Martin, (1723-1806), was elected 1776, colonel of 
the Bristol county militia. He was appointed by the Gieneral 
Assembly, 1777, to advance bounties to soldiers from Barring- 
ton where he was bom and died. 

Also No. 12909. 

MRS. VALERIA HARDING MULLETT. 18454 

Born in Batavia, Ohio. 
Wife of Eugene. R. MuUett. 
Descendant of Samuel Piper. 

Daughter of Lodnor D. Harding and Mary Gray, his wife. 
See No. 18452. 

MRS. KITTIE ANGELL STONE. 18455 

Born in Oswego County, New York. 

Wife of Augutus Lisbon Stone. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Angell, Nathaniel Hempstead 
and Corp. Nathaniel Hempstead, Jr. 

Daughter of Alonzo Rice Angell and Mary Anna Hempstead, his 
wife. 

See No. 18451. 

MISS MARTHA A. STONE. 18456 

Born in Camden, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Angell, Nathaniel Hempstead 
and Corp. Nathaniel Hempstead. 

Daughter of Augustus Libson Stone and Kittie Angell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alonzo Rice Angell and Mary Anna Hempstead, 
his wife. 

See No. 18451. 

MRS. KITTIE AINSWORTH WHITE. 18457 

Born in West Union, Iowa. 
Wife of Fred W. White. 

Descendant of Nathan Ainsworth, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Lucian Lester Ainsworth and Margaret E. McCool, 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Parmenas Ainsworth and Kezia Webber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abial Ainsworth and Artimesia Stowell, his 
wife. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 169 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Ainsworth and Phebe Kinsley, 
his wife. 

Nathan Ainsworth, (1740-77), enlisted from Woodstock in 

the nth regiment Connecticut militiaj 1776. He was taken 

prisoner and died on board a British ship in Wallabout Bay, 

New York, as did also his brother Darius. A monument has 

been erected at Fort Greene in memory of the martyrs of the 

British prison ships. 

MRS. SUSIE CHAMBERS COLLIER. 18458 

Born in Keokuk, Iowa. 
Wife of David A. Collier. 

Descendant of Col. David Chambers, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of George B. Smyth and Martha M. Chambers, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Chambers (1793-1851) and Sarah' Duffey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gaston Chambers and Mary Woolsey, 
his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Chambers and Ruth Clark, his 
wife. 

David Chambers, (1748-1842), was commissioned colonel 
of the Hunterdon Co. militia, 1776. He was at the battles of 
Germantown and Monmouth and served until 1779 when he 
resigned. He died in Cranbury, N. J. 

Also No. 13566. 

MRS. MARY HUBBARD KINGSLEY. 18459 

Born in Cazenovia, New York. 

Wife of Calvin Lyman Kingsley. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Markham, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horatio Hubbard and Laura Angeline Dutcher, his 
wife. 

Grandaughter of Solomon Dutcher and Mary Markham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Markham and Almira Holley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Markham and Amy Deming, 
his wife. 

Jeremiah Markham, (1734-1827), was placed on the pension 

roll of Litchfield county, 1793, for service as sergeant in the 
Burgoyne campaign where he was disabled. His pension 
was increased in 1816. He died in Plymouth, Conn. 
Also No. 10344. 



170 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. NELLIE S. HUNTOON SIM. 18460 

Born in Topeka, Kansas. 

Wife of Coler L. Sim. 

Descendant of Charles Huntoon, Sr., and of Charles Hun- 
toon, Jr. 

Daughter of Joel Huntoon and Ellen S. Richardson, his wofe. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Huntoon and Sibyl Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Huntoon, Jr., and Susannah Sleeper, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Huntoon and Maria Smith, his 
wife. 

Charles Huntoon, (1725-1818), served in the General Court 

and on war committees of New Hampshire. 

Charles Huntoon, Jr., (1755-1838), was a private at the 
Ticonderoga Alarm, 1777, in the New Hampshire Line. 

Also Nos. 1003, 14947, 17164. 

MRS. HATTIE ATWOOD ROLLINS BRUCE. 18461 

Born in Williamstown, Kansas. 
Wife of Robert Morris Bruce. 
Descendant of John Rollins, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Jospeh Dalton Rollins and Mary Elizabeth Shapleigh, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Rollins and Hannah Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Rollins (1771-1855) and Elizabeth Shap- 
leigh (1773-1854), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Rollins and Mary Carr (1744-1828), 
his wife. 

John Rollins, (1745-1820), served as a private under differ- 
ent commands in the New Hampshire militia. He was born 
and died in Somersworth, N. H. 

MRS. MARY ELIZABETH BLISS HASKELL. 18462 

Born in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John G. Haskell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Luther Burt Bliss and Harriet Adams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adams and Betsey King, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph King and Mary Robbins, his wife. 

Asaph King, (1747-1834), enlisted as "forager" under Capt. 
Abel King, 1778, and was appointed assistant forage master 
with the rank of lieutenant. He gave valuable service in the 



UNICAGE BOOK. 171 



Rhode Island campaign. He was placed on the pension roll 
of Hampden Co., Mass., at the age of eighty-six for service 
in the Quartermaster's Department. He was born in En- 
field, Conn., and died in Wilbraham, Mass. 
Also No. 9089. 

MISS MABEL BLISS HASKELL. 18463 

Born in Lawrence, Kansas. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King and of John Chase. 

Daughter of John G. Haskell and Mary Elizabeth Bliss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frankli(i Haskell and Almira Chase, his wife; 
Luther Burt Bliss and Harriet Adams, his wife. 

See No. 18462. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Chase. 

John Chase, (1760-1842), was a privtate in Capt. Thomas 
Whipple's company, Col. Abijah Stearns' regiment. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Windsor Co., Vt., at the 
age of seventy-two for service in the Massachusetts militia. 
He was born in Sutton, Mass., and died in Weathersfield, Vt. 

MRS. ALBERTA DICK McGIFFERT. 18464 

Born in Hamilton, Ohio. 

Wife of William Carnahan McGiffert. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Anderson. 

Daughter of George Dick, M. D., and Deddy Ann Ogden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Dick and Jean Anderson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Anderson and Euphemia Moorehead, 
his wife. 

Isaac Anderson, (1758-1839), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign until the surrender. He was wounded in battle, cap- 
tured and released when the British evacuated Philadelphia. 
He was at Monmouth and in the expedition against the In- 
dians 1 781, where he was taken prisoner and carried to 
Canada, but he made his escape in 1782. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Butler Co., Ohio, at the age of seventy- 
six for service of private and lieutenant in the Pennsylvania 
State troops. 

MISS MARY LENA SMITH. 18465 

Born in Somerset, Michigan. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Smith, of Connecticut. 



172 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Frederick Hart Smith and Mary Selina Burr, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Azeriel Smith and Mary Andrews, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Patsey Wilmot, his wife. 
Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Jemima Bostwick, his 
wife. 

Joseph Smith, (1730-1810), commanded a company in the 
Fifth Regiment, Connecticut Continental Line. 
Also No. 16112. 

18466 

MRS. LOU ANN MARTIN FRAZEE. 18467 

Born in Lexington, Kentucky. 
Wife of Dr. Lewis J. Frazee. 
Descendant of James Martin. 

Daughter of Lewis Y. Martin and Ann Barnett Shreve, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Martin and Young, his wife. 

James Martin was placed on the pension role of Jessa- 
mine Co., Ky., 1833, at the age of seventy-five for service of 
private in the Virginia line. 

MRS. LEILA YOUNG HENRY. . 18468 

Born in Bath Coimty, Kentucky. 

Wife of Jacob Henry. 

Descendant of Joseph Wheeler. 

Daughter of John D. Young and Elizabeth Miller Badger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Nelson Badger and Eliza Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Wheeler and Mary Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Wheeler and Maria Holmes, his 
wife. 

Joseph Wheeler served in an invalid regiment. He died 

1797, near Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Also Nos. 4, 1245, 2089. 7073, 12988, 17999- 

18469 

MRS. EMILY LULAH WHITNER. 18470 

Born in Montgomery, Alabama. 
Wife of Thomas Cobb Whitner. 

Descendant of Daniel Tichenor, Thomas Bennett and Maj. 

Francis Boykin. 

Daughter of Isaac Taylor Tichenor and Lulah Boykin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Tichenor and Margaret Bennett, his wife; 
Samuel Boykin and Narcissa Cooper his wife. 



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Gr.-grandds^ughter of Daniel Tichenor and Anna Byram Condict, 
his wife; Thomas Bennett and Anna Tillett (1754-1840), his wife; 
Francis Boykin and Catherine Whitaker, his wife. 

Daniel Tichenor, (1742-1804), was a private in Capt. Isaac 
Halsey's company, Morris County, New Jersey, militia. He 
died in Nelson Co., Ky. 

Thomas Bennett, (1754-1824), served three years, 1777- 
1780, in the 5th Maryland regiment. He died in Ohio Co., 
Kentucky. 

Francis Boykin, (1745-1821), was lieutenant of South Car- 
olina Mounted Rangers, 1775, and at the battle of Fort 
Moultrie, 1776, he commanded a company and was specially 
distinguished. He rose to the rank .of major. He was born 

in Southampton Co., Va., and died in Milledgeville, Ga. 
Also No. 2644. 

MRS. EMMA HUNTINGTON NASON. 18471 

Born in Hallowell, Maine. 
Wife of Charles H. Nason. 

Descendant of Thomas Mayo, Sergt. Ebenezer Mayo, John 
Laughton and Amos Adams. 

Dau£rhter of Samuel Whitmore Huntington and Sally Ann Mayo, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Mayo and Sally Laughton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Mayo and Sally Burgess, his wife; 
Thomas Laughton and Molly Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Mayo and Elizabeth Wing, his 
wife; John Laughton and Jane Lampsen, his wife; Amos Adams and 
Sarah Adams, his wife. 

Thomas Mayo, (1725-78), served as a soldier, 1775-76, and 
as seaman on the Brigantine "Independence," 1777. He 
was captured in Cape Cod, confined on a prison ship and 
when discharged ill, died on his way home. He was born 
in Brewster, Mass., and died in Newport, R. I. 

Ebenezer Mayo, (1757-1814), served as sergeant in Capt. 
Benjamin Godfrey's company in Rhode Island 1777. He was 
born in Brewster, Mass., and died in Hallowell, Maine. 

John Laughton, (1730-86), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He died in Norridgewock, Me. 

Amos Adams, (1746-1844), marched at the Lexington 



174 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Alarm and was at Bunker Hill. He was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Maine at the age of eighty-five. He was born 
in Lexington, Mass., and died in Somerset Co., Me. 

MISS ALICE MAYO HUNTINGTON. 18472 

Born in Kennebec, Maine. 

Descendant of Thomas Mayo, Sergt. Ebenezer Mayo, John 
Laughton, and Amos Adams. 

Daughter of Samuel Whitmore Huntington and Caroline Mayo, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Mayo and Sally Laughton, his wife. 

See No. 18471. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE LOIS GOVE FREEMAN. 18473 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of William P. Freeman. 
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Butler, Richard Edgerly and 

of John Gove. 

Daughter of Alvin C. Cove and Mary Abby Edgerly, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Edgerly and Susanna Butler, his wife; 
John Gove, Jr., and Rebecca Small, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Butler and Bridget Vaughan Gerrish, 
his wife; Richard Edgerly and Abigail Bickford (m. 1782)1 his wife; 
John Gove and Lois Bradeen (m. 1791), his wife. 

Thomas Butler served from Berwick in the defense of Ma- 
chias. 

Richard Edgerly was placed on the pension roll of York 
County, Maine, 1832, at the age of eighty-five for service of 
private in the New Hampshire militia. He was born in Dur- 
ham, N. H., and died in Limington, Me., 1844. 

John Gove served as fifer three years in Col. John Crane's 
Artillery and was discharged 1783. He died in Maine, 1818, 
and his widow applied for a pension in 1838. 

MRS. MARIA THERESA BUTLER CROCKETT. 18474 

Born in Rockland, Maine. 
Wife of Amos Franklin Crockett. 

Descendant of Corp. Phinehas Butler and of Serg^. Wil- 
liam Parkman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Anson Butler and Annah Hunstable, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of James Butler and Mary Gray, his wife; Thomas 
Hunstable and Susannah Parkman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Johti Butler and Lucy Robbins, his wife; 
William Parkman and Lydia Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Butler and Bathsheba Graves, his 
wife. 

See No. 18386. 

William Parkman, (1741-1832), served at the Concord fight 
and was with the veterans at th€ 50th anniversary of the 
battle. He was bom in Westboro and died in Concord, 
Mass., where his grave has been marked by the Sons of the 
American Revolution. 

Also No. 15014. 

MRS. MARY ABBY BUTLER BURPEE CILLEY. 18475 

Born in Rockland, Maine. 
Wife of Jonathan P. Cilley. 

Descendant of Corp. Phinehas Butler and of Sergt. Wil- 
liam Parkman. 
Daughter, of Anson Butler and Annah Hunstable, his wife. 
See Nos. 18386, 18474- 

MISS JANE THERESE FALES. 18476 

Born in Rockland, Maine. 
Descendant of Corp. Phineas Butler and of Sergt. William 
Parkman. 
Daughter of Albert N. Fales and Lucy H. Butler, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Anson Butler and Annah Hunstable, his wife. 
See Nos. 18386, 18474. 

MRS. ADDIE LILLIAN BARTLE HARVEY. 18477 

Born in Big Prairie, Ohio. 

Wife of Francis LeRoy Harvey. 

Descendant of Rev. Alexander Stuart. 

Daughter of Ransom Bartle and Martha Newkirk (b. 1829), his wife 
(m. 1853). 

Granddaughter of Joseph Newkirk and Frances Stuart (1804-1871), 
his wife (m. 1824). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Stuart and Elizabeth Sproul, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Stuart. 

Alexander Stuart, of Londonderry, Ireland, served as 
chaplain in the Revolution. After the war he took a pas- 
torate in Philadelphia where he died before 1800. 



176 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS LOUISE HELEN COBURN. 18478 

Born in Skowh,egan, Maine. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Thompson, Eleazer Coburn 
and Joseph Weston. 

Daughter of Stephen Coburn and Helen Sophia Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Miller and Susan Drew Thompson, his 
wife; Eleazer Coburn and Mary Weston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ira Thompson and Sophia Drew, his wife; 
Eleazer Coburn and Bridget Hildreth, his wife; Samuel Weston and 
Mary White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Thompson and Deborah Sturte- 
vant, his wife; Joseph Weston and Eunice Farnsworth, his wife. 

William Thompson, (1748-1816), was lieutenant of Capt. 
Joshua Benson's company, Col. Theophilus Cotton's regi- 
ment at the siege of Boston. He was born and died in 
Middleboro, Mass. 

Eleazer Coburn, (1734-1810), served at the Lexington 
Alarm and at Ticonderoga in the Mass. Militia. He was 
born in Dracut, Mass., and died in Canaan, Me. 

Joseph Weston, (1732-75), acted as pilot in Arnold's ex- 
pedition up the Kennebec and died in Canaan, Me., from the 
effects of the exposure. He was born in Concord, Mass. 

Also Nos. 14693, 17518. 

MRS. MARY H. CURRAN. 18479 

Born in Bangor, Maine. 

Wife of Nicholas Frank Curran. 

Descendant of Elligood Mills, Sergt. Amaziah Goodwin, 
William Hickling, Jr., and Moses Butler. 

Daughter of Edward Ellison and Lucy Garland Mills, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Mills and Sarah Goodwin, his wife; 
James Ellison and Charlotte Hickling his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elligood Mills and Mary Dyer, his wife; 
Amaziah Goodwin and Sarah Nutler, his wife; William Hickling, Jr., 
and Elizabeth Hudson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Butler and Sarah Goodwin, his 
wife; Samuel Goodwin and Judith Treble Smith, his wife; William 
Hickling and Sarah Sale, his wife. 

Elligood Mills, (1744-1832), served as an officer on the 
Privateer "Grand Turk.'^ It was captured on the second 
cruise, and the crew imprisoned for five years. He was 
born in Portsmouth, N. H., and died in Waterboro, Maine. 



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Amaziah Goodwin, (1739-98), was a minute man in Capt. 
Johnson Moulton's company at the Lexington Alarm. He 
served as sergeant under Capt. Thomas Bragdon, 1777. 

William Hickling, Jr., (1742-90), served as Paymaster, 
1777, under Col. Ichabod Alden. He was on guard at Fort 
Alden, Cherry Valley massacre, 1778. It is said he was en- 
gineer in building the fort, and aided in saving it after Col. 
Alden's death. He was born and died in Boston. 

Also No. 11061. 

Moses Butler, (1731-1817), volunteered in 1777 for the ex- 
pedition to St. John's. He served several enlistments under 
different commands 1777-80. He was born in South Ber- 
wick and died in Franklin, Maine. 

MRS. CORELLI CASWELL WILLIAMS SIMPSON. 18480 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of A. L. Simpson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. James Williams, Jr., of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Francis Dighton Williams and Corelli Caswell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Williams and Frances Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Williams, Jr., and Susanna Shaw, his 
wife. 

See No. 18445. 

MISS HENRIETTA QUINCY GOODHUE. 18481 

Born in Portland, Maine. 

Descendant of Daniel Goodhue, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Quincy Goodhue and Katharine O'Donnel, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Shatswell Goodhue and Sarah Wendell 
Quincy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Goodhue and Hannah Shatswell, his 
wife. 

Daniel Goodhue, (1759-1803), was a private at the battle 
of Bunker Hill under Capt. Abraham Dodge. He enlisted on 
the privateer "Fancy," commanded by Capt. John Lee, which 
was captured 1777; the crew was sent to Plymouth, England, 
and confined in Mill Prison until peace was declared. He 
was born and died in Ipswich, Mass. 

Also No. 9058. 
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178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. ELEANOR GOODHUE LEFAVOR. 18482 

Born in Portland, Maine. 

Wife of George Edward Lefavor. 

D.escendant of Daniel Goodhue, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Godhue and Eleanor Jane Heseltine, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Shatswell Goodhue and Sarah Wendall 
Quincy, his wife. 

See No. 18481. 

MISS MARY SHRIVER MAULSBY. 18483 

Born in Frederick, Maryland. 
Descendant of Gen. Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Pinkney Maulsby, Jr., and Henrietta Hanson 
Pigman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Pinkney Maulsby and Emily Conti Nel- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Nelson and Betsey Harrison, his wife. 

Roger Nelson, (1759-1815), ran away from college and en- 
listed in a troop of Horse. He was commissioned lieutenant 
1780, and served to the close of the war in the Continental 
Dragoons. He was a member of the Cincinnati. He was 
born and died in Frederick Co., Md. 

Also Nos. 269, 1689, 4490, 5425, 7m y 8073, 10284, 1 1343. 

MRS. NANNIE POULTNEY DORSEY FISHER. 18484 

Born in Baltimore County, Maryland. 
Wife of Charles David Fisher. 

Descendant of Lieut. Richard Dorsey and of Evan Thomas, 
of Maryland. 

Daughter of Dr. Septimus Dorsey and Lucy Poultney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Dorsey and Anne Weyman (m. 1796), 
his wife; Thomas Poultney and Ann Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Evan Thomas and Rachel Hopkins, his wife; 
John Dorsey and Elizabeth Dorsey, his wife. 

Richard Dorsey, (1754-1826), served as lieutenant in Col. 
Moses Rawlings' Rifle regiment; was at Fort Washington 
and in the Jersey campaign. He was born and died in Anne 
Arundel Co., Md., where his house is still standing. 

Also No. 14057. 



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Evan Thomas, (1738-1826), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Anne Arundel County. He died in Bal- 
timore. 

MRS. LOUISE AUDENREID CROSBY. 18485 

Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rear Admiral Pierce Crosby, U. S. N. 
Descendant of William Chesney (McChesney), of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of Hon. William Audenreid and Jane Maria Wills, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Wills and Isabel Wallace, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Wallace and Jean Fulton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Fulton and Isabel McChesney, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William McChesney 

William Chesney (McChesney) came from Scotland and 
settled in Cumberland Co., Pa., before 1740. He served 
on the Committee of Safety of that county where he died 
about 1783. 

MRS. LAURA F. ATKINSON. 18486 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of Robert Atkinson 

Descendant of Capt. Charles Wilson Peale, oif Pennsylvania, 

and of Capt. Robert Gamble, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Alexander C. Robinson and Rosa Wirt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Robinson and Angelica Peale, his 
wife; William Wirt and Elizabeth Gamble, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Willson Peale and Rachel Brewer, 
his wife; Robert Gamble and Jane Grattan, his wife. 

Charles Willson Peale, (1741-1827), served at Tretaton, 
Princeton, Germantown, Whitemarsh and Valley Forge. 
He was a member of the Assembly, 1778. He was a cele- 
brated artist and his portraits of Washington are very valu- 
able. He was born in Maryland and died in Philadelphia. 

Also Nos. 2350, 6426, 12820. 

Robert Gamble, (1754-1810), entered the army as lieuten- 
ant of the first company raised in Augusta Co., Va., and 
fought from Quebec to Yorktown. He served to the close 
of the war when he held the rank of captain. He was a 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 2647, 3910, 9314, IS7<58. 



l8o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. ELLEN LAZARUS HALL. 18487 

Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 

Wife of Claude Haines Hall. 

Descendant of Moses Cohen, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Edgar Marks Lazarus and Minnie Mordecai, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Cohen Mordecai and Isabel Rebecca 
Lyons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Cohen Mordecai and Rinah Cohen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Cohen and Judith De Leon, his 
wife. 

Moses Cohen, (1754-89), served in the Grenadier company 

at Post Moultrie and the siege of Yorktown. He was born 
and died in Charleston, S. C. 

MRS. ALB IN A W ATKINS CLARK. 18488 

Born in Howard County, Maryland. 

Wife of William Clark. 

Descendant of Col. Gassaway Watkins, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Col. Gassaway Watkins and Eleanor Bowie Claggett, 
his wife. 

Gassaway Watkins, (1752-1840), enlisted as ensign and 
commanded a company at Cowpens. He served to the close 
of the war and became President of the Maryland Society 
of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 1 131, 4980, 12685. 

MISS ELEANOR ELIZABETH CRAPSTER. 18489 

Born in Howard County, Maryland. 

Descendant of Col. Gassaway Watkins. 

Daughter of Mortimer Dorsey Crapster and Georgetta Warfield, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ridgely Warfield and Eleanor Claggett 
Watkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gassaway Watkins. 

See No. 18488. 

MISS ELIZABETH B. ELY. 18490 

Born in Newton, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Timothy Newell, of Massachu- 
setts. 
Daughter of Alfred Brewster Ely and Harriet E. Allen, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Rev. Alfred Ely, D. D., and Lucinda Newell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaug^ter of Timothy Newell and Miriam Marcy, his wife. 

Timothy Newell, (1742-1819), commanded a company 
1776; was commissioned major 1778, and lieutenant colonel 
1779 of the Fifth Worcester County Regiment. He was 
born in Needham and died in Sturbridge. 

MISS MARY FROTHINGHAM HOOPER. 18491 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Col. Jonathan Glover, Capt. William Black- 
ler and William Blackler, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Leech Hooper and Abby Robbins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Leech Hooper and Hannah Glover 
Blackler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Blackler and Elizabeth* Greenleaf 
Gerry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Russell Gerry and Hannah 
Glover, his wife; William Blackler and Mary Ingalls, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Glover and Abigail Burn- 
ham, his wife. 

Jonathan Glover, (1731-1804), of Marblehead, was com- 
missioned colonel of the Fifth Essex County militia, 1776. 
He served many years in the legislature. 

Also No. 2805. 

William Blackler, (1/40-1818), served at captain in Col. 

John Glover's regiment at Long Island, and at Trenton had 
command of the boat in which Washington crossed the Dela- 
ware. He was lamed for life at Bemis Heights. 

Also Nos. 7681, 13571. 

William Blacklerr, Jr., (1767-1814), was a drummer boy 
in Capt. Francis Symond's company. Glover's regiment. 

MISS MARION HILLER FENNO. 18492 

Born in Medford. Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Woodhull, of New York. 

Daughter of Edward Nicholl Fenno and Ellen Marion Bradlee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Brooks Fenno and Sarah Elizabeth Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Smith and Eliza Woodhull Nicoll, 
his wife. 



l82 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Nicoll and Elizabeth Woodhull, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Woodhull and Ruth Floyd, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Woodhull, (1722-76), was a member of the Con- 
vention and President of the Provincial Congress, 1775. He 
commanded the militia at Long Island, was surprised after 
the battle and was so severely wounded that he died. 

Also Nos. 1743, 7911, 13699. 

MISS GRACE H. CROCKETT. 18493 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. John Perry. 

Daughter of Pembroke S. Crockett and Angeline W. Crockett, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Crockett and Lucy Perry Ames, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ames and Hannah Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Perry and Lucy Wooster, his wife. 

John Perry, (1750-1833), was commissioned by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts, captain of the privateer "Fly.'^ 
He captured man}^ prizes. He died in Fox Islands, Maine. 

Also No. 14180. 

MISS ELIZABETH JANE GREENLEAF. 18494 

Born, in Stockbridge, Vermont. 

Descendant of Aaron Hagar, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin Whitcomb Greenleaf and Sarah Crowl, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thaddeus Crowl and Sarah Hagar, his wife. 

Gr.-grandaughter of Aaron Hagar and Rachael Stone, his wife. 

Aaron Hagar, (1759-1834), was placed on the pension roll 
of Franklin county at seventy-three for fifteen months' actual 
service as a private with the Massachusetts troops. He was 
born in New Salem and died in Athol. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE HAWKES. 18455 

Born in Newton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Benjamin L. Hawkes. 
Descendant of James Heard. 

Daughter of Thomas Hurd and Ruth Brooks, his wife. 
Grauddaughter of William Hurd and Lucy Record, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Heard and Elizabeth Hodgkins, his 
wife. 



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James Heard, (1747-1833), enlisted as a private under Capt. 
Nathaniel Wade, 1775. He was born in Lynn, Mass., and 
died in Newfield, Maine. 

MRS. KATIE M. JOSE. 18496 

Born in Windham, Maine. 
Wife of Mellen Jose, 

Descendant of Stephen Manchester, of Maine. 
Daughter of Ebenezer Field and Catherine Elder, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Field and Annah Manchescter, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Manchester and Mary Bailey, his 
third wife. 

Stephen Manchester, (1717-1807), who fought in the fron- 
tier wars, enlisted as a private and was at the siege of Bos- 
ton. He was born in Tiverton, R. I., and died in Windham, 
Maine. His sons Stephen, Thomas and Gershom, and his 
brother John all served in the Revolution. 

MRS. MARTHA SOPHIA SINCLAIR MERRILL. 18497 

Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Sherburn M. Merrill. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Sinclair and of Richard Sin- 
clair, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Charles Arthur Sinclair and Emma Isabelle Jones, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. Sinclair and Tamar Merrill Clarke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Grandison Sinclair and Martha S. 
Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Sinclair, Jr., and Elizabeth Hodg- 
don, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Sinclair and Mary Cilley, his 
! wife. 

Richard Sinclair, (1731-1813), commanded a company in 
Col. Thomas Bartlett's regiment. He was born in Newmar- 
ket, N. H., and died in Barnstead, N. H. 

Also No. 15335. 

Richard Sinclair, Jr., (1756-1820), served as a drummer, 

1776. He enlisted, 1777, and in 1780, served as ensign un- 
der his father for the protection of West Point. He was 
born in Newmarket, N. H., and died in Ohio. His brother 
Bradbury succumbed to the hardships of Valley Forge. 



184 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MRS. MARY LOUISE SINCLAIR SPRING. 18498 

Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of John Carey Spring. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Sinclair and of Richard Sin- 
clair, Jr. 

Daughter of Charles Arthur Sinclair and Emma Isabelle Jones, his 
wife. 
See No. 18497. 

MRS. NELLIE SALOME THOMAS CADE. 18499 

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Lyman Cade. 

Descendant of Holmes Thomas, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Spencer Thomas, Jr., and Eunice A. Thomas, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Spencer Thomas and Susan Hutchinson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Holmes Thomas and Susanna Churchill, his 
wife. 

Holmes Thomas, (1755-1836), served in the minute com- 
pany of Kingston, Mass., in Capt. Peleg Wadsworth's com- 
pany, 1775. At the age of seventy-eight he was placed on 
the pension roll of Oxford county, Maine, where he died. 

MRS. GRACE SINCLAIR WHITTEMORE. 18500 

Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Parker W. Whittemore. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Sinclair and of Richard Sin- 
clair, Jr. 

Daughter of Charles Arthur Sinclair and Emma Isabelle Jones, 
his wife. 

See No. 18497. 

MRS. HELEN FRENCH COLLINS. 18501 

Born in Northampton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry C. Collins. 

Descendant of Asa French, Seth Clapp, Jonas Clark and 
Ezra Clark, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Marvin Marcy French and Emeline Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez French and Lucinda Wotton, his wife; 
Spencer Clark and Sophia Clapp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa French and Sarah White, his wife; Jonas 
Clark and Abigail Morton, his wife; Seth Clapp and Esther Pratt, 
his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Clark and Martha Phelps, his wife. 

Asa French, (1757-1842), enlisted as a private in the Mas- 
sachusetts militia. 

Seth Clapp, (1746-1814), served as a minute man from 
Northampton, in the Burgoyne campaign. 

Jonas Clark, (175 1- 1833), served at the siege of Boston and 
his diary of the campaign is preserved in the family. 

Ezra Clark, (1716-88), was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence of Northampton. 

Also No. 12093. 

MRS. CHARLOTTE EATON WILLIS ROWE. 18502 

Bom in Chelsea, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Rowe. 

Descendant of Jonathan Davis Bosson, and of Warwick 

Palfray, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Phillips Hewes Willis and Lydia Bosson 
(b. 1813), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Davis Bosson (b. 1786) and Lydia Pal- 
fray, (b. 1791), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Davis Bosson and Martha Young, 
his wife; Warwick Palfray (b. 1765) and Hannah Chapman, his wife. 

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of Warwick Palfray, Jr., and Hannah Palfray, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Warwick Palfray and Deborah Bick- 
ford, his wife. 

Jonathan Davis Bosson served as an artificer 1780. He 
was bom in Roxbury, Mass., 1762. 

Warwick Palfray, (1715-97), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Salem and a Deputy to the General 
Court. 

MRS. MARY EMMA RHODES. 18503 

Born in Pembroke, Massachusetts. 
Widow of Eben G. Rhodes. 

Descendant of David Mann, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jonathan C. Mann and Eliza A. Sears, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Mann and Rebecca Oldham, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Mann. 
David Mann was a minute man from Pembroke at the 



l86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lexington Alarm. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Plymouth County 1833; at the age of eighty-one, for service 
in the State troops. 

MRS. CHLOE RICHMOND LYON GURNEY. 18504 

Born in North Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Lysander Franklin Gurney. 

Descendant of Col. Simeon Cary, Benjamin Keith, Josiah 
Perkins, Josiah Perkins, Jr.,' Jonas Reynolds, Levi Keith, Corp. 
Jedidiah Lyon, Job Richmond and Luke Perkins, all of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Vinal Lyon and Damarius Williams Keith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Keith and Mehitable Perkins (b. I79S), 
his wife; Vinal Lyon and Chloe Richmond, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Keith and Martha Cary, his wife; 
Josiah Perkins, Jr., and Anna Reynolds (b. 1769) ; his wife (m. 1790) ; 
Jedidiah Lyon and Mary Cushman, his wife; Job Richmond and Jane 
Washburn, his wife (m. 1762). 

Gr.-gr.>granddaughter of Levi Keith and Jemima Perkins, his wife; 
Jonas Reynolds and Anna Perkins (m. 1768), his wife; Simeon Cary 
and Mary Howard, his wife; Jonas Reynolds (b. 1742) and Anna 
Perkins (b. 1750), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Luke Perkins and Rebecca Packard, his 
wife (m. 1749) ; Josiah Perkins and Abigail Edson, his wife (m. I7SS). 

Simeon Cary, (171 9- 1802), was commissioned colonel of 
Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born and died in 
North Bridgewater, Mass. 

Also Nos. 2583, 14122. 

Benjamin Keith, (1763-1814), was a private in Capt. Na- 
than Packard's Co., at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1780. 

Josiah Perkins, (1729-98), performed tours of duty in the 
Plymouth county militia. 

Josiah Perkins, Jr., was a private from Bridgewater, in 
Capt. Nathan Packard's Co. at the Rhode Island Alarm, 
1780. He was born in 1762. 

Jonas Reynolds served as a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm under Capt. Josiah Hayden. He was born in Bridge 
water, 1742, where he died. 

Levi Keith, (1738-1813), served as a minute man under 
diflferent commands. He was born and died in Bridgewater. 

Jedidiah Lyon, (1719-1806), was corporal in the Plymouth 



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Co. militia undet Capt. Abiel Pierce. He was born in Rox- 
bury and died in Middleboro, Mass. 

Job Richmond, (1737-1816), responded to the Lexington 
Alarm under Capt. Job Pierce and Col. Theophilus Cotton. 
He was born and died in Middleboro. 

Luke Perkins, (1725-76), served as a private in Capt. Peter 
Talbot's company, 1775. He was born in Ipswich, died in 
North Bridgewater. 

MRS. ANNIS REED COOK. 18505 

Bom in Abington, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Henry Cook. 

Descendant of Capt. John Pulling, Caleb Lincoln and of 
Thomas Reed, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Reed and Nancy Lincoln, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Lincoln and Mercy Thayer, his wife; 
Isaac Reed and Sarah Pulling, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Pulling and Sarah Thaxter, his sec- 
ond wife; Thomas Reed and Mary Hobart, his wife. 

John Pulling, (1737-87), served as captain and commissary 
of ordnance in the Continental army. He was born and died 
in Boston. 

Caleb Lincoln, (i 757-1822), served five enlistments from 
1776 to 1780. He was born and died in Taunton where his 
grave is marked by the Sons of the American Revolution. 

Thomas Reed, (1732-1812), enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Isaac 
Tuckerman's Co., Col. Ebenezer Francis' regiment. He was 
bom and died in Abington, Mass. 

Also No. 15572. 

MRS. MARY WOODRUFF HOMAN BEALE. 18506 

Born in Bellport, New York. 
Wife of Rev. William Thomas Beale. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Clarke, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Nelson Homan and Mary L. Woodruff, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Mathew Edmund Woodruff and Hannah Robin- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Woodruff and Hannah Clarke, his 

wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of William Clarke, Jr., and Phebe Davis, his 

wife. 



r88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



William Clarke, Jr., (1746-79), was lieutenant in Capt. Se- 
lah Strong's company. Col. Josiah Smith's regiment of Suf- 
folk county, and the muster roll is in the possession of a de- 
scendant. He was taken prisoner and confined on the "Jersey" 
in Wallabout Bay. 

Also No. 3960. 

MISS CLARA M. BONNEY. 18507 

Born in South Abington, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Corp. John Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Bonney and Emily Ann Gurney, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Seth Gurney and Ann Bates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of ChristopL-er Bates and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brown and Lydia Hersey, his wife. 

John Brown, (1739-1826), was corporal in the seacoast de- 
fense, 1776, under Capt. David Kingman. He served at the 
• Rh6de Island Alarms, 1777 and 1780. He was born in Ab- 
ington and died in East Bridgewater, Mass. 

MRS. INEZ E. HOLTON. 18508 

Born in Wendell, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank H. Holton. 

Descendant of Zedekiah Fisk, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Willard H. Fleming and Martha Augusta Fisk, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Fisk and Martha Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zedekiah Fisk and Lucy Sweetser, his wife. 

Zedekiah Fisk, (1763-1844), was placed on the pension roll 
of Franklin county, 1818, for service of private in the Massa- 
chusetts Continental Line. He was born in Waltham and died 
in Wendell, Mass. 

MRS. LILLIAN MABEL THWINCx FLORENCE. 18509 

Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles Alfred Florence. 

Descendant of Benjamin French, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Albert Erwin Thwing and Sarah Minnie French, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Young French and Susan Messer Her- 

rick, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr^nddaughter of Benjamin French, Jr., and Mary Euer Young, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Benjamin French and Mary Hartford, his 
wife. 

Benjamin French, (1763-1811), enlisted in the militia at the 

age of eighteen. He was born and died in Newmarket. 

MISS LILLIAN KIMBALL MORSE. 18510 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. - 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Nichols, Jr., of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of George Lyman Morse and Sarah E. Griggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Dwight Griggs and Lovina Nichols, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Nichols and Marcy Lilley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Nichols, Jr., and Lois Dunham 
(m. 1771), his wife. 

Samuel Nichols, Jr., (1744-81), was elected captain of a 
company of militia by the town meeting, 1776. He was born 
and died in Brimiield, Mass. 

MRS. CARRIE E. WILLIS CURTIS. 18511 

Born in Northborough, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles Louis Curtis. 
Descendant of Peter Haynes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Willis and Mary E. Ellis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Prescott Willis and Adaline Russell 
Haynes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Haynes and Anna Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Ha)mes and Anna Russell, his wife. 

Peter Haynes served as a private in the Middlesex county 
militia. He was born in Sudbury, 1743. 

MRS. MARTHA HOWARD AMES HAYES. 18512 

Born in Canton, Massachusetts. 
Wife, of Edward Adams Hayes. 
Descendant of Jonathan Ames, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Ellis Ames and Harriet Tucker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Ames and Sally Capen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Ames and Patience Sturtevant, his 
wife. 



igO DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jonathan Ames, (1759-1836), enlisted as a private, 1780, 
under Capt. John Ames. He was born and died in West 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

MISS LILLIAN DUNBAR. 18513 

Born in Rye, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Lieut. Peter Dunbar, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Dunbar and Sarah H. Locke, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Dunbar and Mary Hayden, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Dunbar and Relief Curtis, his wife. 
Peter Dunbar, ^1741-1817), served as private and second 
lieutenant in the militia of Middlesex county, Mass. 
Also No. 10581. 

MISS CLARA A. OTIS. 18514 

Born in Scituate, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Waterman and of Anthony- 
Waterman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rowland Otis, Jr., and Elizabeth Hayes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rowland Otis and Polly Waterman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Waterman, Jr., (b. 1763) and De- 
borah Waterman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Waterman and Mercy Otis, 
his wife (parents of Deborah); Anthony Waterman (brother of Na- 
thaniel) and Deborah Foster, his wife (parents of Anthony, Jr.). 

Nathaniel Waterman served on the Committee of Corre- 
spondence of Scituate, Mass. 

Anthony Waterman served with his brother Nathaniel on 
war committees. 

MRS. IRENE A. JENKINS CARRUTHERS. 18515 

Born in Portmouth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Henry Carruthers. 
Descendant of Thomas Shepard Jenkins. 
Daughter of Thomas Jenkins and Abbie Ann Stevens, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Jenkins and Eunice Welch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Shepard Jenkins and Grace Keene, 
his wife. 

Thomas Shepard Jenkins was a private, 1775, in Capt. Jon- 
athan Neweirs Co., Col. James Scammon's regiment, at the 
siege of Boston. He died in Kittery, Maine. 



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MRS. ANNIE MANSON SOULE. 18516 

Born in Scituate, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles W. Soule. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Manson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Manson and Abigail T. Ford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nehemiah Manson and Hannah Lincoln, his 
first wife. 

Nehemiah Manson, (1761-1832), served several enlistments 
as a private. He was born and died in Scituate. 
Also Nos. 9076, 12813. 

MISS CARRIE H. SAUNDERS. 18517 

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of John Hicks, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Hicks Saunders and Mary Brooks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Saunders and Sarah Flagg, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Flagg and Sarah Hicks, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hicks and Elizabeth Nutting (1726- 
1825), his wife (m. 1748). 

John Hicks, (1725-75), was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Cambridge. He was killed in the retreat of the 
British from Lexington. 

Also Nos. 5793, 14080, 15594, 16169. 

MISS BLANCHE KENDALL. 18518 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Ingersoll, Capt. Abijah Wy- 
man and John Preston, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall (1808-89) and Eliza Lorence 
Preston, his wife. 
I Granddaughter of Johtiathan Kendall (1769-1833) and Martha In- 

gersoll (1778-1857), his wife; Joshua Preston (1781-1846) and Sarah 
Wyman (1781-1831), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughtter of Johnathan Ingersoll and Martha Haskell 
(1755-1835), his wife; John Preston and Mehitable White, his wife; 
Abijah Wyman and Bettie Stearns, his wife (m. 1768). 

Jonathan Ingersoll, (1747-1817), was commander of the 
brigantine "PacKctt,'* 1778, and of the "Jo^"/' ^779- He 
was born and died in Ipswich. 

Abijah Wyman, (1745- 1804), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm and commanded a company at Bunker Hill. He was 
born in Lancaster and died in Ashby. 

Also No. 12713. 



192 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Preston, (1746- 1827), was a minute man, from Dai;- 
vers, at the Lexington Alarm, in Capt., Samuel Flint's Com- 
pany, Col. Timothy Pickering's regiment. 

MISS EVA DOWNING COREY; 18519 

Born in Brookland, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Corey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy Corey and Sarah Elizabeth Strout, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Timothy Corey and Mary Gardner, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Timothy Corey and Elizabeth Griggs, his 
wife. 

Timothy Corey, (1742-1811), served as sergeant at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and as captain in Col. Samuel Gerrish's rergi- 
ment, 1775. He was born in Weston and died in Brookline. 

MRS. EMILY F. CROWELL. 18520 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Rufus Crowell. 

Descendant of Jedediah Munroe, of Massachusetts, 
Daughter of Nathaniel Grover and Catherine Grover, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Job Grover and Mary Munroe, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Munroe and Abagail Loring, his 
wife. 

Jedediah Munroe, (i 721 -1775), was a minute man in Capt. 
John Parker's company at the battle of Lexington. He was 

killed that eventful day. 
Also Nos. 4140, 1 1543. 

MISS ANNA MORTON NASH. 18521 

Born in Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Bradford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Nash and Lucia Anna Bradford, his wife. 

Grandda^ughter of Ephraim Bradford (1807-83) and Lucia Keen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Bradford (1785-1869) and Hannah 
Morton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Bradford and Rebecca Holmes, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Bradford, (1748-1837), served in the Coast 
Guards. He was born and died in Plymouth, Mass. 
Also No. 15542. 



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MRS. ADELIA C. WAIT PAGE. 18522 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Washburn E. Page. 

Descendant of William Wait, Corp. William Wait, Jr., and 
Corp. Chamberlain Eustis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gilbert Wait and Cynthia Sparrow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Wait and Lucy W. Etistis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wait, Jr., and Sarah Cummings, his 
wife; Joseph Eustis and Sarah Mason, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Wait and Ruth Lovell, his wife; 
Chamberlain Eustis and Sarah Buckminster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Eustis and Abigail Cham- 
berlain; Joseph Buckminster. 

William Wait, (1725-1817), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm under Capt. James Greenwood. He was born 
in Sutton, Mass., and died in Maine. 

William Wait, Jr., (1754-1840), served as private and cor- 
poral in the Massachusetts militia, at the siege of Boston and 
in the Burgoyne campaign. At the age of sixty-four he was 
^ placed on the pension roll of Maine. He was born in Sutton, 
Mass., and died in Dixfield, Maine. 

Chamberlain Eustis, (1743-1801), served as corporal in 
Capt. Boaz Moore's company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regi- 
ment at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Chelsea. 

MISS MARIANNA P. SMITH. 18523 

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Jennerson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles F. Smith and Lois B. Emery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles A. Smith and Eliza A. Jennerson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas L. Jennerson and Abigail Kemp, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Jennerson and Sarah Longley, his 
wife. 

Moses Jennerson, (1755-1842), enlisted as a private in Capt 
Robert Longley 's company, 1775, and served, 1776, under 
Capt. John Hartwell. He was placed on the pension roll of 
Middlesex county, 1833. He was born and died in Shirley. 

13 



194 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. HELEN A. ADAMS LEONARD. 18524 

Born in Chicopee, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Amos Morse Leonard. 
Descendant of John Adams, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Sylvanus Adams amd Caroline Wesson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hezekiah Adams and Rhoda Mann, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Adams and Zilpha Daniels, his wife. 
John Adams was a minute man at various alarms. He was 
born in Medway, 1723. 

MISS HANNAH E. GIDDINGS. 18525 

Born in Andover, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Isaac Giddings, Isaac Giddings, Jr., Jere- 
miah Goldsmith, William Goldsmith, Sergt. Joseph Converse 
and Jonathan Knight. 

Daughter of Isaac Giddings and Hannah Burnham Goldsmith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Giddings, Jr., and Elizabeth Knight, his 
wife; Jeremiah Goldsmith and Sarah Converse, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Giddings and Elizabeth Goldsmith, his 
wife; William Goldsmith and Hannah Burnham, his wife; Joseph 
Converse and Elizabeth Davis, his wife; Jonathan Knight. 

Isaac Giddings was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. 

Isaac Giddings, Jr., (1756-1843), served at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Nathaniel Wade's company, and was guard 
to the prisoners taken in the Burgoyne campaign. He was 
born in Wenham and died in Andover, Mass. 

Jeremiah Goldsmith, (1760-1842), was a private in Capt. 
John Abbot's Co., 1777. He was born and died in Andover. 

William Goldsmith, (1725-1812), was a minute man from 
Andover under Capt. Henry Abbott, 1775. 

Joseph Converse, (1739-1828), served as sergeant in Capt. 
John Moore's company, that marched from Bedford, Mass., at 
the Lexington Alarm. He died at Chesterfield, N. H. 

Also No. 13340. 

Jonathan Knight was a private in Capt. Benjamin Pea- 
body's Co., 1780. 

MRS. MARIA STEARNS SWAN THOMPSON. 18526 

Born in Arlington, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Abijah Thompson. 

Descendant of Isaac Tucker, of Massachusetts. 



IvINEAGE BOOK. 195 



Daughter of Stephen Swan and Betsey Tucker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Tucker and Nelly McKendry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Tucker and Mary Wadsworth, his 
wife. 

Isaac Tucker, (1756-1837), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm in Capt. John Bradley's company, Col. Lemuel 
Robinson's regiment. He re-enlisted, 1776, under Capt. 
Josiah Vose. He was bom and died in Milton. 

MISS PAULINE HOWARD. 18527 

Born in Brattleboro, Vermont. 

Descendant of Joab Wetherbee. 

Daughter of S. E. Howard and Helen Marsh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Marsh and Mary Wetherbee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joab Wetherbee and Abigail Houghton, his 
wife. 

Joab Wetherbee, (1759-1843), enlisted, 1775, under Capt. 
Josiah Stearns and Col. Ephraim Doolittle. He was born in 
Lunenburg, Mass., and died in Chesterfield, N. H. 

MRS. ELIZA M. HUTCHINSON. 18528 

Born in Waltham, Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Hutchinson. 

Descendant of Capt. Abijah Child, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Clark and Maria Maynard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Antipas Maynard and Betsey Child, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Child and Beulah Harring^ton, his 
wife. 

Abijah Child, (1734-1823), commanded a company of Con- 
tinental infantry until 1778, when he resigned. He was born 
in Westboro and died in Waltham, Mass. 

MRS. MARY ROSABELLE FRENCH DENNISON. 18529 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles S. Dennison. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim French, William French and 
Lieut. Samuel Doggett. 

Daughter of Abram French (1815-84) and Sophia Jane Cobb (b. 
1823), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Holmes Cobb (1799-1882) and Sophia 
Doggett (1805-78), his wife; Ephraim French, Jr. (1778-1863) and 
Rebecca Abrams, his wife. 



196 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Doggett (1780-1857) and Sophia Mil- 
ler (1783-1829), his wife; Jonathan Cobb and Sibbell Holmes, his 
wife; Ephraim French and Hannah Melendy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samtiel Doggett and Elisabeth Badlam, 
his wife; William French and Tabitha Pierce, his wife. 

Ephraim French, (1751-1834), served as corporal and ser- 
geant in Capt. William Barron's company, 1776, in the Cana- 
dian campaign with the New Hampshire troops. 

William French, (1712-93), served as a minute man, 1775. 
He died in Bedford, N. H. 

Samuel Doggett served as corporal in the secret expedition 
to Rhode Island, 1777, and as lieutenant in Suffolk county 
militia, 1778, under Capt. Thomas Bristow. 

MISS GRACE TOMPSON. 18530 

Born in Augusta, Maine. 

Descendant of Capt. James Hubbard and of Dimon Hub- 
bard, of Maine. 

Daughter of John Goodwin Tompson and Margaret Foster Weeks, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Weeks and Abigail Hubbard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dimon Hubbard and Phoebe Webber, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hubbard and Mary Bean, his wife. 

James Hubbard, (1728-76), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Correspondence. He raised a company in Wells, 
Maine, 1775, in which were his sons Dimon and James, Jr. 
He died in the service at Cambridge. 

MRS. MARY LOUISE FLEU. 18531 

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Theodore Ashmead Fleu. 

Descendant of Samuel Freeman, of Maine. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Otis and Sarah Knapp Swain, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Putnam Swain and Harriet Fowle Bry- 
ant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bryant and Mary Freeman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Freeman and Mary Fowle. his 
wife. 

Samuel Freeman, (1743-1831), was a member of the Pro- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 197 



vincial Congress, 1775, He was appointed secretary, served 
until 1 78 1, and during that time was a member of that body. 
He was bom and died in Portland. 



MRS. NANCY STURTEVANT WEBBER. 18532 

Born in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Samuel Gilbert Webber, M. D. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Bond, Jonathan Bond, Wilbur 
Southworth and Samuel Sturtevant, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Josiah D. Sturtevant and Sarah Haskell Southworth, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Wilbur Southworth and Lucy Bond, his 
wife; Samuel Sturtevant and Lydia Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bond and Lydia Newton, his wife; 
Wilbur Southworth and Lois Winslow, his wife; Samuel Sturtevant 
and Cushman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bond and Mary Harrington, 
his wife. 

Thomas Bond served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm. 
He was born in Waltham, 1739, removed to Westbrough and 
died in Brookfield after 1787. 

Jonathan Bond was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm, 
from Brookfield. He died 1789. 

Wilbur Southworth, (1735-1807), enlisted, 1776, in Capt. 
Nathaniel Hammond s company. Col. Ebenezer Sprout's reg- 
iment. He was born in Rochester where he died. 

Samuel Sturtevant, (1750-1831), served as a private in Capt. 
Nathan Packard's company. Col. Edward MitcheH's regi- 
ment. He was born and died in Rochester. 

MISS SARAH SOUTHWORTH WEBBER. 18533 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Bond, Jonathan Bond, Wilbur 
Southworth and Samuel Sturtevant. 

Daughter of Samuel Gilbert Webber, M. D., and Nancy Pope Stur- 
tevant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah D. Sturtevant and Sarah Haskell South- 
worth, his wife. 

See No. 18532. 



198 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS MARIA GILBERT WEBBER. 18534 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Bond, Wilbur Southworth, 
Samuel Sturtevant and Jonathan Bond. 

Daughter of Samuel Gilbert Webber, M. D., and Nancy Pope Stur- 
tevant, his wife. 

See No. 18533. 

MRS. MARTHA STORY LANE. 18535 

Born in Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1803. 

Widow of Samuel Lane. 

Descendant of James Story, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Story and Sallie Woodbury, his wife (m. 1786). 

James Story, (1762-1851), enlisted as a private for three 
years. He was a pensioner, 1818, from Pigeon Cove, Essex 
county, where he died. 

Also No. 141 17. 

MRS. HARRIET MARIA FRISBIE. 18536 

Born in Brunswick, Maine. 

Wife of Dr. J. F. Frisbie. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Titcomb, of Maine. 

Daughter of Maj. Gen. Richard T. Dunlap and Harriet Maria Tit- 
comb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Benjamin Titcomb and Mary Fairfield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Titcomb and Annie Pearson, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Titcomb, (1726-98), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Inspection of Falmouth, 1775, and was appointed 
captain of militia. He was born in Newbury, Mass., and died 
in Portland, Maine. 

MRS. ANNIE DEAN ALMY. 18537 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Almy. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Olney, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of David Adams Olney and Elizabeth Tew, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Olney and Dorcas Smith, his wife. 
Stephen Olney, (1755-1832), responded to the first call for 
troops and rose to the rank of captain, Continental Line, 



LINEAGE BOOK. I99 



1777. He was in many battles and was severely wounded at 
Yorktown. He was an original member of the Cincinnati. 
He was born and died in North Providence. 

MRS. FIDELIA E. CARVER. 18538 

Born in Rehobeth^ Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles H. Carver. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Martin and of Ephraim Bliss. 

Daughter of George Bliss and Lois Martin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Asahel Bliss and Deborah Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Martin and Deborah Brown, his 
wife. 
See No. 18546. » 

MISS MERCY MARIA HATHAWAY. . 18539 

Born in Freetown, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Gideon Palmer and of Stephen Hathaway. 

Daughter of Gideon Palmer Hathaway and Joanna Hathaway, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alden Hathaway and Mercy Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Palmer and Abigail Hathaway, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hathaway and Hopestill Pierce, 
his wife. 

Gideon Palmer, (i 751 -81), was master's mate of the "Pro- 
tector," commanded by Capt. John F. Williams. He was 
born in Little Compton, R. I., and died in Dartmoor Prison, 
England. 

Stephen Hathaway, (1745-1819), served at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Isaac Wood's company. 

MRvS. DELIA LINCOLN MERRILL HAMLEN. 18540 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Munroe Hamlen. 
Descendant of Uriah Reed, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Henry Merrill and Laura Ann Lincoln, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Hodijah Lincoln and Chloe Reed, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Uriah Reed and Polly Pratt, his wife. 
Uriah Reed, (1756-1838), served several enlistments. He 



200 DAUGHTERS OI? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

was placed on the pension roll for service of private in the 

Massachusetts Continental Line from Bristol county, where 

he was born and died. 
Also Nos. 11568, 12307. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ANNA WHEELER HUBBARD. 18541 

Born in Elmira, New York. 

Wife of Frank Allen Hubbard. 

Descendant of Capt. Reuben Petty, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Reed Wheeler and Anna Eloise Field, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Field and Mary Holton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Field and Piana Petty, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Petty and Lydia Petty, his wife. 

Reuben Petty commanded the Sixth Warwick company, 
Sixth Hampshire Regiment, joined the army at Saratoga, 
1777, and was at the surrender of Burgoyne. He was born 
1738 and died in Warwick, Mass. 

MRS. NORA LIZZIE COLBY PAIGE. 18542 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nomus Paige, M. D. 

Descendant of Gabriel Grossman, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Colby and Annie Marie Grossman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Grossman (b. 1791) and Charlotte Phil- 
ips, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Grossman, Jr., and Phoebe Richmond, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Grossman (d. 1783) and Phebe 
Briggs, his wife (m. 1734). 

Gabriel Grossman, Jr., enlisted, 1775, and served 1777 and 
1778 in Rhode Island. He was born in Raynham, 1750, 
where he died, after 1790. 

MRS. MARIE DYER ROBINSON SANFORD. 18543 

Born in Raynham, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Carlton Sanford. 

Descendant of Gain Robinson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Enoch Robinson and Julia Hall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dyer Robinson (b. 1765) and Abigail Stetson, 
his wife (m. 1787). 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gain Robinson a Ad Dyer, his wife. 



IJNEAGE BOOK. 20I 



Gain Robinson served as a private in the militia. He was 
born in Bridgewater, where he died. 

MRS. BERTHA FRANCES WALKER WILLIAMS. 18544 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Gilmore Williams. 

Descendant of William Walker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Horace Walker and Mary Frances Newell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abiather Walker and Bathsheba Tobey Babbitt, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiather Walker and Amy Francis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Walker and Elizabeth Read, his 
wife. 

William Walker, (1743-1816), was a private in Capt. Elijah 

Walker's company at the Rhode Island Alarms. He was 
born and died in Dighton, Mass. 

MRS. AUGUSTA MERRILL WEST. 18545 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Luther B. West. 

Descendant of Uriah Reed, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Henry Merrill and Laura Ann Lincoln, his 
wife. 
See No. 18540. 

MRS. FRANCES A. JOLLIE. 18546 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward Jollie. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Martin, Capt. Nehemiah 
Pratt, Lieut. Nathan Hack and Ephraim Bliss, all of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Pratt and Lydia Bliss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enos Pratt and Lydia Hack, his wife; Asahel 
Bliss and Deborah Martin, his wife (m. 1794)- 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Pratt and Mercy Drake, his wife; 
Edward Martin and Deborah Brown, his wife; Jonathan Bliss (b. 
1731) and Lydia Wheeler, his wife; Nathan Hack and Rebecca 
Hawkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Bliss and Rachel Carpenter, 
his wife. 

Edward Martin, (1746-82), served as lieutenant at the 
Rhode Island Alarm. He was born and died at Rehobeth. 



202 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Nehemiah Pratt was lieutenant, 1776, of Bristol county mili- 
tia and served as captain, 1780, at the Rhode Island Alarm. 
His will was probated at Taunton, 1813. 

Nathan Hack was first lieutenant in Capt. Edwatrd Blake's 
company of Bristol county militia, 1776. He served from 
Taunton at various alarms throughout the war. His will 
was probated in Taunton, 1808. 

Ephraim Bliss, (1699-1778), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm in the company of his nephew, Samuel Bliss. He was 
born and died in Rehobeth. He had three sons in the army. 

MRS. FANNIE TERRY MOODY. 18547 

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank Prescott Moody. 
Descendant of Asaph Terry, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Asaph Terry and Hannah A. Rowland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Levi' Terry and Naomi Hale, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Asaph Terry and Penelope McGregory, his 
wife. 
Asaph Terry, (1756-1839), served as a private under his 

uncle Lieut. Ephraim Terry in the New York campaign, 

1776. At the age of seventy-seven, he was placed on the 

pension roll as musician in the Connecticut Continental Line. 

He was born in Enfield and died in Hartford. 

MRS. EMMA MANNING WALKER. 18548 

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Edward W. Walker. 

Descendant of Lieut. John McCalley, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Isaac Manning and Harriett Cane Chapin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Obadiah Chapin and Mary Gibson McCalley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John McCalley, Jr., and Mary Hutchinson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John McCalley and Elizabeth Gibson, his 
wife. 

John McCalley, (1742-1834), served as lieutenant in Col. 
Thomas Stickney's regiment, 1776. He was born and died 
in Hillsboro, N. H. 



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MRS. JESSIE PIPER BAILEY. 18549 

Born in Northwood, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Frank E. Bailey. 
Descendant of Thomas Smith. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Piper and Lizzie J. Smilly, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Mark Piper and Betsey Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smith and Lucretia Treatherton, 
his wife. 

Thomas Smith, (1751-1827), enlisted from Andover, Mass., 
and served under Capt. Joshua Holt at the Lexington Alarm, 
and under Capt. Benjamin Farnum, 1777. He was a pen- 
sioner for two years actual service as a private. He died in 
Fryeburg, Maine. 

MISS LILLIAN THERESE WILCOX. 18550 

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Stephen Wilcox, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis Philip Wilcox and Leila Augusta Chapin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo F. Wttcox and Orpha Y. Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wilcox, Jr., and Lucy Plumb, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wilcox and Mary Kelsey, his 
wife. 

Stephen Wilcox, (1746-1843), served at Groton under Capt. 
John Williams, 1779. He was born and died in Berlin. 

Also No. 1714. 

MRS. FLORENCE FOLGER WEBSTER. 1855 1 

Born in Chicapee, Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Arthur Webster. 

Descendant of Frederick Folger, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Franklin Folger and Elizabeth Hall Ray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Franklin Folger (1816-95) and Mary Myrick 
Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Folger (1785-1865) and Lucy Folger 
(1 789-1855), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Folger (1753-1818) and Lydia 
Coleman (1757-1833), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Folger and Mary Trott, 
his wife. 



204 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Frederick Folger, (1724-90), served as town clerk and jus- 
tice of the peace during the Revolution. He was bom and 
died in Nantucket. 

MRS. EMMA WARREN BARNES. ^ 18552 

Born in Weatherfield, Vermont. 

Wife of Joseph W. Barnes. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Warren and Matilda McClintock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Warren and Elizabeth Stowe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Warren and Louise Lyon, his wife. 

Joseph Warren, (1745-1808), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and commanded a company, 1776. He was 
born and died in Grafton. 

MRS. ELLA A. BIGELOW. 18553 

Born in Maiden, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward L. Bigelow. 

Descendant of Amos Sargent, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Lewis Fisher and Ruth Benchley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Fisher and Sarah Sargent, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Sargent and Alice Bucknam, his wife. 

Amos Sargent, (1758-1836), served as a soldier, 1775, ^^^ 
subsequently as a seaman on the privateer "Hazard." He 
was born and died in Maiden. 

MISS HANNAH E. BIGELOW. 18554 

Born in Berlin, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Lieut. Ivory Bigelow and Robert Eames, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi Bigelow, Jr., and Abigail Hastings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Bigelow and Nancy Eames, his wiie. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Bigelow and Mary Howe, his first 
wife; Moses Eames and Lydia Brigham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ivory Bigelow and Sophia Bannister, his 
wife; Robert Eames and Lydia Harrington, his wife. 

Ivory Bigelow, (1741-1804), served as private and lieuten- 
ant in the militia. He was born and died in Marlboro. 

Robert Eames, (1733-1821), served as a minute man from 
Marlboro under Capt. Daniel Barnes. 

Also Nos. 16350, 17080. 



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MRS. LOVINAH DARWIN CUTTING. 18555 

Born in Marlborough, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Levi Cutting. 

Descendant of Stephen Felton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Aaron Howe Felton and Martha A. Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Felton and Lydia Bigelow, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Felton and Lovinah Stowe, his wife. 

Stephen Felton, (1752- 1827), served at the Lexington 
Alarm under Capt. Daniel Barnes. He was born and is 
buried in Marlboro where his grave is marked by the S. A. R. 

Also No. 13938. 

MRS. CLARA M. BADGER EMERSON. 18556 

Born in Harley,' Canada. 
Wife of Parker Freeman Emerson. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Joseph Badger, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Thomas Cogswell Badger and Mary C. Crosby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Peaslee Badger and Lydia Kelley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, his 
wife. 

See No. 18030. 

MRS. SARAH ELIZABETH INGALLS FAY. 18557 

Born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Sawyer Fay. 

Descendant of Sergt. Reuben Pratt. 

Daughter of James Monroe Ingalls and Elizabeth Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Pratt (1793-1852) and Ruth Howe Stone 
(1793-1860), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Pratt (1769-1857) and Sarah Hunt 
(1769-1835), his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Pratt and Ruth Williams (1745- 
1806), his wife. 

Reuben Pratt, (1745-1807), was appointed, 1775, sergeant 
of the military company authorized by the Committee of 
Safety of Fitzwilliam. He removed in 1768 from Westboro, 
Mass., to Fitzwilliam, N. H., where he died. 

MRS. ISABEL FIFIELD HEATH. 18558 

Born in Plymouth, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Alonzo S. Heath. 



206 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Samuel Clifford, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Joseph CliflFord Fifield and Irene Meloon Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Fifield and Melind?i Clifford, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Simon Clifford and Betty Clifford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clifford and Mehitable Clifford, 
his wife. 

Samuel Clifford, (1756-1812), served at the siege of Boston 

in Capt. Winthrop Rowe's company, Col. Thomas Stickney's 

regiment. He was born and died in Kensington. 

MISS EMILY BRIGHAM HOWE. 18559 

Born in Marlboro, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Corp. Lewis Brigham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elbridge Howe and Sabra Holman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Howe and Susanna Brigham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Brigham and Mary Rice, his wife. 

Lewis Brigham, (1756-1803), served at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. William Brigham's company, Col. Jonathan 
Ward's regiment. He was born and died in Marlboro. 

MRS. ELIZABETH PRATT INGALLS. 18560 

Born in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. 
Widow of James Monroe Ingalls. 
Descendant of Sergt. Reuben Pratt. 
Daughter of Reuben Pratt and Ruth Howe Stone, his wife. 
See No. 18557. 

MRS. EMMA T. DRURY PAGE. 18561 

Born in Wayland, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Ambrose M. Page. 

Descendant of Capt. Asa Drury,, Lieut. Abel Perry and 
Corp. Abel Perry, Jr., all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Leonard Hyde Drury and Abigail T. Drury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Drury and Dollie Perry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Drury and Dollie Gleason, his wife; 
Abel Perry, Jr., and Asenath Haven, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Perry and Keziah Morse, his wife. 

Asa Drury, (1748-1816), rose from corporal to captain in 
the Massachusetts militia. He died in Natick. 

Abel Perry, (1736- 1808), was a member of the Committee 



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of correspondence and served in the militia. He was born 
and died in Natick. 

Abel Perry, Jr., (1757-1841), served as corporal in the com- 
pany with his father, in Rhode Island, 1780. He was born 
in Sherborn and died in Natick. 

Also Nos. 3614, 14915. 

MRS. SUSAN SOPHIA SYMONDS MARTIN, M. D. 18562 

Born in Rindge, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Rev. N. H. Martin. 

Descendant of Jonas Faulkner, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Pratt Symonds and Susannah Faulkner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonas Faulkner and Eunice Stone, his wife. 

Jonas Faulkner, (1764-1837), was placed on the pension roll 
of Cheshire county, N. H., at the age of seventy, for service 
of private in the Massachusetts Continental Line. 

MRS. LENA LESTA BEETLE WIMPENNEY. 18563 

Born in Richmond!, Indiana. 
Wife of Harry Littleton Wimpenney. 
Descendant of David Smith and Joseph Wasson. 

Daughter of David Smith Beetle and Sarah Ann Wasson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Richard Beetle and Charlotte Nor- 
ton Smith, his wife; John Macamy Wasson and Anna Moore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Smith, Jr., and Charlotte Dunham, 
his wife; Archibald Wasson and Elizabeth Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Smith and Sarah Skiff, his first 
wife; Joseph Wasson. 

David Smith, (1756-1818), enlisted, 1776, in the Second 
company, Dukes county regiment. He was born in Edgar- 
town and died in Tisbury. 

Also No. 14961. 

Joseph Wasson, (1744-1832), served in the south under 
Gen. Nathaniel Green, where he was wounded. He was born 
in England and died in Wayne county, Indiana. 

Also No. 14960. 

MRS. EMMA RETINA SILVA WIMPENNEY. 18564 

Born in Edgartown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Littleton Cooke Wimpenney. 



208 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Joseph Dunham and of Elijah Stuart, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis J. Silva and Jane Stuart Dunham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Dunham, Jr., and Susannah Stuart, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughtter of Joseph Dunham and Patience Hathaway, 
his wife; Elijah Stuart and Jedediah Butler, his wife. 

Joseph Dunham, (1741-96), served in the Commissary De- 
partment. He was born and died in Edgartown. 

Also No. 14965. 

Elijah Stuart, (1754-1827), served in the defense of Mar- 
tha's Vineyard, 1776. He was born and died in Edgartown. 

Also No. 14800. 

MISS DAMIETTA CLAPP LINCOLN. 18565 

Born in Hingham, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Beza Lincoln, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rufus W. Lincoln and Damietta D. Lincoln, his wife. 

Granddaughtter of Beza Lincoln and Sarah Ward, his wife. 

Beza Lincoln, (1756-1835), was a private in Capt. Job Cush- 
ing's company, Col. Solomon Lovell's regiment, 1776. He 
was born and died in Hingham. 

MISS ANNIE HALE KNIGHT. 18566 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Silas Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hale Knight and Adelaide E. Hale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Brown Knight and Adeline Hale, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ezra Hale and Annie Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Adams and Lucy Underwood, his 
wife. 

Silas Adams, (1741-1800), served as lieutenant at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and was commissioned captain, 1777, Col. Tit- 
comb's regiment. He was born and died in Newbury. 

MISS SARAH E. MULLIKEN. 18567 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Rev. Jonathan Parsons and of Capt. Jona- 
than Parsons, Jr. 

Daughter of Moses Jonathan Mulliken and Sarah Delia Gibbs, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Mulliken and Phebe Parsons, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. iJOQ 



Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Parsons, Jr., and Hannah Gyles, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Parsons and Phoebe Griswold, 
his wife (m. 1731). 

Jonathan Parsons, (1705-76), a graduate of Yale, was a 
patriot preacher of Newburyport, where he died. His son 
Samuel Holden Parsons was a distinguished officer. 

Jonathan Parsons, Jr., (1735-84), was commissioned captain 
of the privateer "Defiance,'' 1779. 

Also No. 6126. 

MISS LIZZIE ADAMS SMITH. 18568 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Richard Smith, of Massachusetts; Hussey 
Hoag, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Edmund Smith and Abigail Stickney Hoag, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Smith and Martha Adams Short, his 
wife; Dudley Hoag and Sarah Newton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Smith and Mehitable Jacques, his 
wife; Hussey Hoag and Abigail Stickney, his wife. 

Richard Smith, (1750-1809), served as a privateersman ; 
was taken prisoner and confined on the "Jersey," 1778-79, 
where the mortality was appalling. He was born and died 
in Newburv. 

Hussey Hoag, (1746- 1824), was placed on the pension roll 
of Rockingham county, 18 18, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. 

MISS SUSAN ILSLEY ADAMS. ' 18569 

Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Corp. Paul Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hazen Michael Adams and Lucy Ilsley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Adams and Nancy Little, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Adams and Hannah Ilsley, his wife. 

Paul Adams, (1758-1833), enlisted as a private, 1776, and 
served several enlistments under different commands. He 
was corporal in Capt. John Pearson's company, 1781. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Essex county at the age of 
seventy-four for service of private and corporal in the Massa- 
chusetts militia. He was born and died in Newbury. 

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210 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN, REVOI^UTION. 

MISS SARAH COFFIN ADAMS. 18570 

Born in Newbury, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Corp. Paul Adams. 

Daughter of Hazen Michael Adams and Lucy Ilsley, his wife. 
See No. 18569. 

MISS LIZZIE SUMNER KNIGHT. 18571 

Born in Newbury, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Corp. Paul Adams. 

Daughter of Richard Knight and Nancy Adams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Asa Adams and Nancy Little, his wife. 
See No. 18569. 

MISS MARY LOVELL BLANCHARD. 18572 

Born in Weymouth, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Blanchard, John Reed, Ezra 
Reed, Lieut. Josiah Colson, Nathaniel Richards, Vinson Tir- 
rell and John Vinson, all of Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Winslow Blanchard and Susan Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Blanchard and Salone Tirrell, his wife; 
Ezra Reed and Susanna Richards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Blanchard and Mary Vinson, his 
wife; Ezra Reed and Mary Lovell, his wife; Vinson Tirrell and Sa- 
lome Hunt, his wife; Jacob Richards and Lydia Colson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Reed and Mary Bates, his wife; 
John Vinson and Sarah Colson, his wife; Josiah Colson and Leah 
Beal, his wife; Nathaniel Richards and Deborah Blanchard, his wife. 

Daniel Blanchard, (1755-1833), was placed on the pension 
roll of Norfolk county at seventy-eight, for service of private, 
corporal and sergeant in -the Massachusetts militia. 

John Reed, (1728-80), was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm and Dorchester Heights, from Weymouth, where he 
was born and died. 

Also No. 510. 

Ezra Reed, (1762-1839), served at Castle Island, 1782, un- 
der Capt. Thomas Cushing. 

Josiah Colson, (1727-1811), marched from Weymouth as 
lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Nash's company for the defense 
of Boston. He died in Weymouth. 

Nathaniel Richards, (1740-1822), was a private in Col. Da- 
vid Cushing's regiment, 1777. 



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Vinson Tirrell, (1755-1816), was a minute man in a com- 
pany that marched to take posession of Dorchester Heights. 
He was bom and died in Weymouth. 

John Vinson, (1730-1824), served as a private in Col. Solo- 
mon Loveirs regiment, at Dorchester Heights, 1776. He 
was entitled to a bounty coat. 

MISS SUSANNA REED BLANCHARD. 18573 

Born in Weymouth, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Blanchard, John Reed, Ezra 
Reed, Lieut. Josiah Colson, Nathaniel Richards, Vinson Tir- 
rell and John Vinson. 

Daughter of Winslow Blanchard and Susan Reed, his wife. 

See No. 18572. 

MRS. SARAH M. WHITNEY BROOKS. 18574 

Born in Henniker, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Eugene Denton Brooks. 
Descendant of Alexander Whitney. 

Daughter of Asa Whitney (1800-58) and Mary L. Childs, his sec- 
ond wife (m. 1850). 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Whitney (1777- 1838) and Alice Pea- 
body (1779-1867), his wife (m. I799). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Whitney and Lois Carroll, his 
wife (m. 1776). 

Alexander Whitney was a private in a company of militia. 
He was born in Watertown, Mass., 1751, and died in Henni- 
ker, N. H. 

MRS. KATHARINE W. CLIFFORD. 18575 

Born in Woodstock, Vermont. 
Wife of Daniel A. Clifford. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Brooks, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Sewell Osgood and Sarah Jane Brooks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Leonard Brooks (b. 1779) and Sally Hosley, 
his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Brooks and Abigail Kemp, his wife 

(m. 1759). 
William Brooks, (1737-1804), served as ensign, 1778, and 



212 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

as lieutenant, 1781, in Col. Noah Loveweirs New Hampshire 
regiment. He was born in Woburn, Mass., and died in 
Lyndeborough, N. H. 
Also No. 14295. 

MRS. MARY E. HUNTER. 18576 

Born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Thomas L. Hunter. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Lear, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Evans Abbott and Susan Lear, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Peter Clark and Mary Lear, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Lear and Sarah Baker, his wife. 
Nathaniel Lear was a minute man from Portsmouth under 

Capt. Joseph Parsons, in the defense of Boston, 1775. He 
served as a private in Capt. John Calfe's comptoy of New 
Hampshire militia, 1776-77. 

kiss CATHERINE HAVEN PERRY. 18577 

Born in Sherborn, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Moses Perry, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Moses Perry, Jr., and Catherine Haven, his wife. 

Moses Perry, Jr., (1741-1826), was chosen lieutenant of 
Capt. Benjamin Bullard's company. Col. Samuel Bullard's 
regiment. He was born and died in Sherborn. 

MRS. MARY E. PRESTON. 18578 

Born in Brunswick, Maine. 

Descendant of Daniel McManners, of Maine. 
Daughter of Thomas Merriman and Almira McManners, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel McManners and Elizabeth Tarr, his wife. 
Daniel McManners, (1763-1851), served in the seacoast de- 
fense from Brunswick, where he was born and died. 
Also No. 16275. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ALLEN PAINE WILLIAMS. 18579 

Born in Champlin, Minnesota. 
Wife of Dr. Frederick Allen Williams. 
Descendant of Rev. William Paine, of Maine. 
Daughter of Capt. James Martin Paine and Ellen Adele Elkins, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Capt. Asa Paine and Elmira Leat, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of William Paine and Pamelia Parker, his wife. 

William Paine, (1760-1846), enlisted for three years from 
Woolwich, at seventeen, in Capt. John Wiley's company. 
He was born in Woolwich and died in North Anson. 

Also No. 17524. 

MISS MARY LINCOLN ELIOT. 18580 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Rev. Andrew EHot, D. D., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Goodwin Eliot and Mary Richardson Bas- 
sett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Eliot and Mary Fleet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Eliot and Elizabeth Langdon, his 
wife. 

Andrew Eliot, (1718-78), during the siege of Boston, aided 
in relieving the suffering of the people. After the evacuation 
he preached a thanksgiving sermon by the request of Wash- 
ington, who attended the service accompanied by his general 
officers. He served thirty years as pastor in Boston, where 
he died from effects of privations during the war. 

Also Nos. 407, 1925, 2440, 4869, 141 19. 

MRS MARGARET WELLINGTON ELIOT. 18581 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of John F. Eliot. 

Descendant of Jeduthan Wellington, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alfred Augustus Wellington and Lucy Lakeman 
Knowlton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeduthan Wellington and Elizabeth Loring, his 
second wife (m. 1803). 

Jeduthan Wellington (1750-1838), served at the battle of 
Bunker Hill" and was an honored guest at the laying of the 
corner-stone of the monument in 1825. He was born and 
died in Cambridge. 

Also No. 14335. 

MRS. LUCY PARKER HOPKINS. 18582 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Warren B. Hopkins. 

Descendant of Peter Parker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Fales Parker and Julia A. Bingham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Parker and Mary Ann Fales, his wife. 



214 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Parker and Deborah Lamb, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.- granddaughter of Peter Parker and Ruth Eaton, his wife. 
Peter Parker, (1738-1803), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Framingham, where he was bom and died. 
Also Nos. 7175, 8422. 

MISS EMILY BASSETT ELIOT. 18583 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Rev. Andrew Eliot, D. D., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Nathaniel Goodwin Eliot and Mary Richardson Has- 
sett, his wife. 
See No. 18580. 

MRS. HELEN MINERVA BORDEN WOOD. 18584 

Born in Tiverton, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Addison Wood. 

Descendant of Pardon Lake, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William G. Borden and Caroline K. Lake, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Lake and Ruth Lake, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Pardon Lake and Ruth Lake, his wife. 

Pardon Lake was placed on the pension roll of Newport 
county, 1832, at the age of seventy-one, for service of private 
of artillerv in the Rhode Island Continental Line. 

MRS. ANNIE L. DODGE HOYT. 18585 

Born in Providence, Rhode Island. 
• Widow of Albert Pierce Hoyt. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Heath and of Sergt. 
George Salisbury, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Jared Currington Dodge and Olive Paine Salisbury, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Salisbury and Sarah Eliza- 
beth Heath Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Heath and Rebecca Brown, his 
wife; George Salisbury and Abigail Salisbury, his wife. 

Nathaniel Heath, (1745- 1829), was lieutenant of a company 
of artillery under Capt. Samuel Bosworth, 1776. He was 
born ard died in Barrington. 

George Salisbury, (1736-1818), served under different com- 



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mands as home guard from Barring^on, where he passed his 
life. His wife knit stockings for the guard and was a pen- 
sioner at the age of one hundred. 
Also No. 15291. 

MRS. LOUISA HOLMES STILLWELL NEVIUS. 18586 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 
Wife of John H. C. Nevius. 
Descendant of Sergt. Abraham Holmes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Stillwell and Emma Louisa Holmes, his wife. 

Granddaughtter of Charles Jarvis Holmes and Louisa Haskell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Holmes and Bethia Blackwell 
Nye, his wife. 

Abraham Holmes, (1754-1839), served as sergeant in Capt. 
Barnabas Doty's company. Col. Ebenezer Sproat's regiment. 
He was bom and died in Rochester, Mass. 

Also No. 1 1038. 

MRS. NELLIE FLORENCE PEASE. 1858? 

Born in Lakeville, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank A. Pease. 

Descendant of Gideon Southworth, Ezra Clark, Lieut. 
Andrew McCuUy, Joshua Haskins, Joseph Bump and Sergt. 
Sylvanus Warren, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Warren H. Southworth and Caroline D. Bump, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Southworth and Lois T. Clark, his wife; 
James S. Bump and Huldah P. Warren, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Southworth and Lucinda Haskins, 
his wife; Ezra Clark and Martha McCully, his wife; James Bump 
and Patience Worse, his wife; Benjamin Warren and Huldah Willis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Southworth and Mary Haskell 
( 1754-95) » his wife; Ezra Clark and Mary Hoar, his wife (m. 1768); 
Andrew McCully and Lois Townsend (1751-1799), his wife (m. 1777); 
Joshua Haskins and Hannah Myrick (1757-1820), his wife: Joseph 
Bump and Mercy Barden (1754-1811), his wife (m. i775); Sylvanus 
Warren and Sarah Washbiirn, his wife (m. 1782). 

Gideon Southworth, (1750-1827), served from 1775-80 un- 
der diflFerent commands. He was born and died in Middle- 
boro. 



2l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ezra Clark was a minute man from Middleboro at the 
Dartmouth Alarm. 

Andrew McCully, (1747- 1790), served as lieutenant in 
Capt. Nathaniel Wood's company, Col. Simeon Cary's regi- 
ment, 1776. 

Joshua Haskins, (1755-1849), enlisted as a private in the 
Middlesex Co., Mass. militia. 

Joseph Bump was a private from Middleboro in Capt. Jo- 
siah King's company. Col. David Brewer's regiment, 1775. 

Sylvanus Warren, (1746- 1809), served as sergeant at the 
Rhode Island Alarm under Capt. William Tupper. He was 
bom and died in Middleboro, Mass. 

MRS. JENNIE LOUISE ESTES MARR. 18588 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Walter E. Marr. 

Descendant of Corp. Abraham Hathaway, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of John H. Estes and Caroline A. Ling, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William B. Ling and Ruth M. Healy, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Healy and Meribah Hathaway, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Hathaway and Mary Brown, 
his wife. 

Abraham Hathaway served as corporal at the Rhode Island 
Alarm in Capt. Elijah Walker's company. He was born in 
Freetown and died in Dartmouth, Mass. 

MISS MARY S. CLARK. 18589 

Born in Medford, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Micah Stetson, Sergt. Belcher Clark, 
Capt. Robert Lenthal Eells and James Bourn, all of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Clark and Lydia Stetson Eells, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Eells and Sarah Stetson, his wife; Zeb- 
ulon Clark and Christiana Josselyn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Micah Stetson and Sarah Copeland, his wife: 
Belcher Clark and Ann Wade, his wife; Robert Lenthal Eells and 
Ruth Copeland, his wife; Isaac Josselyn and Priscilla Bourn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Bourn and Lydia Allen, his wife 
(m. 1756). 



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Micah Stetson, (1754- 1838), served as corporal and ser- 
geant from Scituate, wliere he was born and died. 
Belcher Clark, (1742-1826), was a minute man from Hanover. 

Robert Lenthal Eells, (1732-1800), commanded a company 
from Hanover at the Lexington Alarm. 

James Bourn, (1737-1810, served at the Rhode Island 
Alarm from Pembroke, where he lived and died. 

Also No. 16245. 

MISS CATHERINE ELLIS HARLOW. 18590 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Hezekiah Blanchard and of Capt. Thomas 
Sampson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Pelham Harlow and Mary Waters Blanchard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilbert Blanchard and Mary Blanchard, his wife; 
Pelham Harlow and Mary Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Blanchard and Mary Waters, his 
wife; Levi Harlow and Mollie Sampson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Blanchard and Sarah Hall, his 
second wife; Thomas Sampson and Ruth Bryant, his wife. 

Hezekiah Blanchard, (1728-1803), ws^s a soldier in the New 
York and Canadian campaigns. He was born in Maiden 
and died in Medford. 

Also No. 7182. 

Thomas Sampson, (1737-1824), served as sergeant at the 
Lexington Alarm and rose to the rank of captain. He was 
born and died in Plympton. 

MRS. ELIZA LEWIS JACKSON. 18591 

Born in Maiden, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry C. Jackson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Cheever, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Henry Waitt and Elizabeth Waitt Abbott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Waitt and Nancy Cheever, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cheever and Sarah Low, his wife. 

Joseph Cheever, (1752- 1830), was lieutenant of Continental 
infantry, 1776. He was born in Chelsea and died in Maiden. 

MRS. MARY E. BUSS. 18592 

Born in Standish, Maine. 
Wife of Herman L. Buss. 



2l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Thomas Smith. 

Daughter of John E. Piper and Lucretia Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Mark Piper and Betsey Smith, his wife. 
See No. 18549. 

MRS. CARRIE EDITH FARNSWORTH KIDDER. 18593 

Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick Henry Kidder. 

Descendant of Oliver Shepard and of Thomas Farnsworth. 

Daughter of Oliver Thomas Farnsworth and Caroline Augusta 
Hunt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Farnsworth and Martha Shepard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Shepard and Leviah Hatch, his wife; 
Thomas Farnsworth and Elizabeth Tuttle, his wife. 

Oliver Shepard, (1742-1830), served at the Ticonderoga 
Alarm in the company of his brother, Capt. Amos Shepard. 
He was born in Coventry, Conn., and died in Alstead, N. H. 

Also No. 15106. 

Thomas Farnsworth marched from New Ipswich, N. H., 

at the Lexington Alarm, and served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign. He was born in Groton, Mass., 1731. 

MRS. LYDIA A. KAKAS. 18594 

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward F. Kakas. 

Descendant of Parker Bodwell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of True Worthy White and Lisette Hutchenson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of True Worthy White and Fannie Bodwell (1784- 
1851), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Parker Bodwell and Hannah Abbot, his wife. 

Parker Bodwell, (1750- 1795), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm in Capt. John Davis' company. He was born 
and died in Methuen. 

MRS. MARY D. MARTIN. 18595 

Born in Lewiston, Maine. 
Wife of Pearl Martin. M. D. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Joseph Frye. 
Daughter of Col. John M. Frye and Alice M. Davis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dean Frye and Joanna March, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Frye and Mary Robinson, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Frye and Mehitable Poor, his 
wife. 

Joseph Frye, (1712-94), was brigadier general when ill- 
health compelled him to resign. 
Also Nos. 1766, 5881, 6174, 7171, 15783, 16246, 17560. 

MRS. CARLA ELIZABETH COYE. 18596 

Born in Vernon, Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry W. Coye. 

Descendant of Comfort Smith, of Connecticut. 
Daiighter of Roger Wolcott Holton and Mary Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gordon Smith and Mary Morrison, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Comfort Smith and Lucy Smith, his wife. 

Comfort Smith, (i 746-1815), served from Suffield at the 
Lexington Alarm under Capt. Elihu Kent. 

MISS BERTHA WATERMAN COOK. 18597 

Born in Provincetown, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Hooton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Harvey S. Cook and Charlotte A. Hooten, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert T. Hooton and Martha Pinkney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hooton and Catherine Thompson, his 
wife. 

John Hooton, (1754-1844), was one of the Boston Tea Par- 
ty. He enlisted in the militia and received a pension, 1833, 
for service of private and sergeant. He was born and died in 
Boston, and is buried at Mount Auburn. 

Also No. 16171. 

MRS. ABBIE BRADFORD CROMWELL HOWLAND. 18598 

Born in Tisbury, Massachusetts. 
Wife of John Everett Howland. 
Descendant of Thomas Manchester, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin C. Cromwell and Abbie Bradford Luce, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard G. Luce and Virginia Manchester, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Manchester, Jr., and Abigail Brad- 
ford Winslow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Manchester and Eunice Norton, 
his wife. 



220 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomas Manchester, (1726-1817), served in Capt. Nathan 
Smith's company of miHtia raised to defend the sea coast. He 
was horn and died in Tisbury. 

Also. No. 14892. 

MRS. ELLEN MARIA VINCENT NORTON. 18599 

Born in Edgartown, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Capt. Shubael Hawes Norton. 

Descendant of Seth Pease, Noah Pease, Sylvanus Luce, 
Zachariah Pease, and EHjah Dunham. 

Daughter of Samuel Gifford Vincent and Harriet Dyer Pease, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaiah Dunham Pease and Polly Luce, his wife; 
Samuel Vincent and Betsey Pease, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Pease and Hannah Dunham, his wife; 
Sylvanus Luce and Elizabeth Ferguson, his wife; Zachariah Pease 
and Lydia Crowell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Dunham and Sarah Vincent, his 
wife; Seth Pease and Sarah Chase, his wife (parents of Noah), (m. 

1753). 
Seth Pease, (1730-1802), was a member of the Committee 

of Edgartown to inventory damages made by the British. 

Noah Pease, (1754-1841), enlisted as a private in the com- 
pany from Edgartown. 

Sylvanus Luce, (1750-1803), served in the seacoast defense. 

Also Nos. 14958, 16873. 

Zachariah Pease, (1750- 1845), enlisted in the Dukes coun- 
ty, militia, from Edgartown, where he was born and died. 

Also No. 16225. 

Elijah Dunham, (1734-1821), served in the defense of Mar- 
tha's Vineyard. 

MRS. FANNY GOODRICH ROBBINS. iSfxx) 

Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank A. Robbins. 

Descendant of Lieut. Caleb Goodrich, of Massachusetts- 
Daughter of Noah N. Goodrich and Abigail Porter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Maj. Butler Goodrich and Lydia White, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Goodrich and Huldah Butler, his wife. 
Caleb Goodrich, (1731-77), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm ; sergeant at Ticonderoga, and lieutenant in 




LINEAGE BOOK. 221 



Col. John Brown's Berkshire county regiment, 1777. He 
was born in Wethersfidd, Conn., and died in Pittsfield, Mass. 
Also Nos. 12106, 13994. 

MRS. LOUISE CRANE RICHARDS POMEROY. 18601 

Born in Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Theodore Lawrence Pomeroy. 

Descendant of Stephen Crane and Sergt. Gaius Brewer, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ashley H. Richards and Kate Frances Crane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zenas Marshall Crane and Caroline E. Laflin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-grahddatighter of Zenas Crane and Lucinda Brewer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Crane and Susannah Babcock, 
his wife; Gaius Brewer and Lucretia Babcock, his wife. 

Stephen Crane, (1734-78), served several enlistments in the 
Massachusetts militia, 1775-78. 

Also No. 17595. 

Gaius Brewer, (1753-1843), served as sergeant in Capt. 
James Shaw's company. Col. Charles Pynchon's regiment of 
militia. He was born and died in Wilbraham. 

MISS M. ALICE FISH. 18602 

Born in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Seth Pope and of Capt. Nathaniel Pope. 
Daughter of Rowland Fish and Lucy Barstow Pope, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Pope and Mary Barstow, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pope and Abigail Church, his wife (m. 

. 1741). 

Seth Pope, (1720-1802), organized the first company of 

minute men of Fairhaven and served on war committees. 

He was born and died in Dartmouth. 

Nathaniel Pope, (1747-1817), served as lieutenant on the 
"Success" in an engagement on Buzzard's Bay, 1775. He 
was born and died in Fairhaven. 

Also Nos. 5764, 16438, 17073. 

MRS. MARY PRATT BARROWS. 18603 

Born in Garver, Massachusetts. 
Widow of George Barrows. 
Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Pratt, of Massachusetts. 



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222 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of David Pratt and Sarah Barrows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Pratt and Keziah Wood, his wife. 

Ephraim Pratt, (1756- 1823), served as private, corporal and 
sergeant in the Massachusetts Line. He was born in Ply- 
mouth and died in Carver, Mass. 



MRS. SARAH ELIZABETH BARROWS. 18604 

Born in Peterboro, New Hampshire. 
Widow of Peleg Barrows. 

Descendant of Maj. William Scott and Hon. John Scott, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of William Gray and Harriet Scott (b. 1792), his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Scott and Bethiah Ames (1770-1852), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Scott and M. Woods, his wife. 

William Scott, (1742-96), was lieutenant at Bunker Hill 
where he was wounded and taken prisoner. He was captured 
at Fort Washington, 1776; was commissioned captain, 1777, 
and remained in the army until 1781. He then entered 
the navy on the frigate "Dane," and served until peace was 
proclaimed. He was bom in Peterboro, N. H., and died in 
Litchfield, N. Y. 

John Scott, (1765- 1 847), served as a lad with his father, in 
the war. He was born in Dublin, N. H., where he died. 



MRS. ANNETTE WHEELER BURR. 18605 

Born in Norwich, New York. 

Wife of Dr. C. B. Burr. 

Descendant of Paul Wheeler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nathan Palmer Wheeler and Maria L. Talcott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jedediah Wheeler and Delia B. Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Perez Wheeler and Desire Randall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Wheeler and Lucy Swan, his wife. 

Paul Wheeler, (1728-1787), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence of Stonington, where he was born and died. 

Also No. 3847. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 223 



MRS. CORNELIA MILES CLARKE. 18606 

Born in Cazenovia, New York. 

Wife of John B. Clarke. 

Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Miles and of Edmund Beach. 

Daughter of Edmund Miles and Charity Lacy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Miles and Mary Beach (1756-1848), his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Edmund Beach and Lydia Beach, his wife. 

Isaac Miles, (1752-1816), enlisted, 1777, to serve three 
years in the Connecticut Line, and was promoted sergeant, 
1778. He died in Homer, N. Y., where his widow received a 
pension in 1837. 

Edmund Beach, (1718-1810), served at the New Haven 
Alarm with the Connecticut militia. He was born in Wal- 
lingford, Conn., and died in Lexington, N. Y. 

MRS. CELIA LAURA RANSOM CLARKE. 18607 

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

Wife of Francis D. Clarke. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Ransom and of Col. Samuel Fletcher. 

Daughter of Alexis Ransom and Lois Stone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Ransom and Lucinda Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and Mehitable Hazeltine, 
his wife. 

Ezekiel Ransom (1763-1838), served in many battles in the 
Mass. militia. He was born in Cdlchester, Conn., and was a 
pensioner when he died in Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Also No. 15363. 

Samuel Fletcher, (1744-1811), was orderly sergeant at the 
battle of Bunker Hill and served in the Burgoyne campaign 
until the surrender. He commanded a company of Vermont 
minute men at Ticonderoga and Bennington, and was colonel 
at the close of the war. He was bom in Grafton, Mass., and 
died in Townshend, Vt. 

Also Nos. 3945, 8527, 9249, 11678. 

MISS MABEL CLARKE. 18608 

Born in Flint, Michigan. 
Descendant of Col. James Frye, Daniel Poor, Samuel 
Clarke, Sergt. Isaac Miles, Edmund Beach and Enoch Lacey. 



224 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Brazier Clarke and Cornelia Miles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Miles (1801-1868) and Charity Lacey, 
his wife; Rev. Amos Clarke and Pamelia Poor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Lacey (1776-1855) and Deborah 
Robbins, his wife; Isaac Miles and Mary Beach, his wife; Deacon 
Daniel Poor and Hannah Frye, his wife; Samuel Clarke and Eliza- 
beth Learned, his wife. 

See No. 18606. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Lacey and Eleanor Rowland, his 
wife; James Frye and Elizabeth Osgood, his first wife. 

James Frye, (1710-76), commanded a regiment from Essex 
county at Bunker Hill, where he was wounded. His sons 
James, Jonathan and Frederic were in their father's regiment. 

Also Nos. 5264, 9627, 12711, 14691. 

Daniel Poor, (1740-1814), served as a private in Capt. 
Thomas Poor's company, Col. James Frye's regiment. He 
was born and died in Andover. 

Also Nos. 5264, 12717. 

Samuel Clarke, (1749-1839), was placed on the pension roll 
of Sherborn at the age of eighty-three, for one year's service 
with the Massachusetts troops. 

Enoch Lacey served in the Connecticut militia to guard the 
coast under Capt. Najah Bennett. 

MRS. ELIZABETH MUNSON DAVISON 18609. 

Born in Clarence, New York. 
Wife of Dewitt Clinton Davison. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Fairchild, Col. John Mun- 

son. Col. John Goflfe, Maj. John Goflfe and Samuel Goffe. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Fairchild and Harriet Hughes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Fairchild and Elizabeth Munson (b. 
1763), his wife (m. 1779); Samuel Hughes (Huse) and Sarah GoflFc, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Munson; Samuel Goffe and Mercy 
Vickery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goffe and Jemima Holden, his wife 

(m. 1749). 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughtcr of John Goffe and Hannah Grriggs, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Fairchild, (1752-1836), served as private and ser- 
geant in the New York militia. At the age of eighty he was 
placed on the pension roll in Clarence, N. Y., where he died. 

John Munson was lieutenant colonel of Morris county, N. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 225 



J. militia at the battle of Long Island, and colonel of "West- 
em Battalion," 1777. His will was probated in 1788. 

John Goflfe, (1701-81), who had served in the early wars, 
acted as military instructor in the Revolution. He was born 
in Londonderry and died in Bedford, N. H. 

Also No. 12319. 

John Goffe, (1727-1813), volunteered, 1777, under Col. 
Daniel Moore and 1778 served in the Rhode Island cam- 
paign, in Capt. James Aiken's company of New Hampshire 
militia. 

Also Nos. 2402, 7464. 

Samuel Goffe, (1750-1842), was placed on the pension roll 

of Cortland county, N. Y., at the age of eighty-two for ser- 
vice of private in the New Hampshire Line. 

MRS. REBECCA FOLGER CRAPO DURANT. 18610 

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of WilHam C. Durant. 

Descendant of Peter Crapo, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry H. Crapo (1804-69) and Mary Ann Slocum 
(1805-75), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Crapo (1781-1831) and Phebe Rowland 
(1785-1870), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Crapo and Sarah West (d. 1789), his 
first wife. 

Also No. 18225. 

MISS BELLE A. JENNEY. 18611 

Born in Saginaw, Michigan. 

Descendant of Corp. James Harrington. 

Daughter of Royal William Jenney and Sophia Adelaide Gates, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Gates and Mary Harrington, his wife* 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Harrington and Martha Gould, his 
wife. 

James Harrington, (1763-1825), served with the Rhode 

Island troops in the Revolution. He died in Oakland county, 
Michigan. 

MRS. MARGARET STRONG KEENEY. 18612 

Born in Woodbury, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Strong, of Connecticut. 

IS 



226 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John E. Strong and Sarah Olcott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. John Strong and Flora Preston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Strong and Sara Walker, his wife. 

John Strong, (1752-1843), served as lieutenant in the 
Eighth regiment Connecticut Line, and in 1840, at the age 
of eighty-seven his name is on the pension roll of Litchfield 
county. He was born and died in Woodbury, Conn. 

MRS. MARY E. A. SAYRE McCONNELLY. 18613 

Born in Penn Van, New York. 

Wife of George McConnelly. 

Descendant of James Knapp, of New York. 

Daughter of Coe B. Sayre and Lucy Permelia Knapp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Knapp and Lucy Griswold Ball, his wife. 

James Knapp, (1764-1831), enlisted as a drummer at the 
age of thirteen and served until peace was declared. He was 
honored with a badge of merit for six years' service in the 
New York Line, and in 1818 was placed on the pension roll. 
He was bom in Dutchess county and died in Yates county. 

MISS MARGARET THOMPSON OLCOTT. 18614 

Born in Woodbury, Connecticut. 

Dtescendant of Reuben Martin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Olcott, Jr., and Olive Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Martin and Sally Minor, his wife. 

Reuben Martin, (1765-1836), was placed on the pension 
roll of Litchfield county at the age of sixty-eight for service 
of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was bom 
and died in Woodbury. 

MRS. MARY A. WOODWORTH PALMER. 18615 

Born in Atlas, Michigan. 
Wife of Jonathan Palmer. 

Descendant of James Knapp, of New York. 

Daughter of Ariel A. Woodworth and Margaret A. Wordcn, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Worden and Lucy Permelia Knapp, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Knapp and Lucy Griswold Ball, his 
wife. 

See No. 18613. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 22/ 



MRS. ANNA MARIA OLCOTT SMITH. 18616 

Born in Watertown, Connecticut. 

Wife of William L. Smith. 

Descendant of Abel Woodward, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Olcott and Lucy Daley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliel Daley and Eunice Woodward (b. 1767), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Woodward and Lucy Atward, his wife 
(m. 1765). 

Abel Woodward, (1736-1821), served as a soldier in the 
Revolution from Waterbury, where he was born. 

Also No. 17891. 

MRS. MINNIE DAVISON WHITEHEAD. 18617 

Born in Atlas, Michigan. 

Wife of I. Wixom Whitehead. 

Descendant of Asa Davison, Paul Davison, Sergt. Nathan- 
iel Fairchild, Col. John Munson, Maj. John Goflfe, Samuel 
Goflfe and Col. John Goflfe. 

Daughter of DeWitt Clinton Davison and Elizabeth M. Fairchild, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Norman Davison and Huldah Brown, his 
wife; Nathaniel Fairchild, Jr., (b. 1795) and Harriet Hughes, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Davison and Sally Gould, his wife; Na- 
thaniel Fairchild and Elizabeth Munson (b. 1763), his wife (m. 1779). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 

See No. 18609. 

Asa Davison, (1736-1831), served in the Northern expedi- 
tion under Col. Benedict Arnold, 1775. He was fife major in 
Capt. Nathaniel Webb's company, 1778, and served under 
different commands to the close of the war. He was bom 
in Preston, Conn., and died in Grafton, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 8541, 14515. 

Paul Davison, (1765-1805), served as fifer, (1778-1781), in 
Capt. Nathaniel Webb's company of Connecticut militia. 
He was born in Ashford, Conn., and died in Seneca, N. Y. 

MRS. MARGARET A. WORDEN WOODWORTH. 18618 

Born in Milo, New York. 
Wife of Arice A. Wentworth. 
Descendant of James Knapp, of New York. 



228 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Isaac Worden and Lucy Permelia Knapp, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Knapp and Lucy Griswold Ball, his wife. 
See No. 18613. 

MRS. CHRISTINE KEMP CARLETON. 18619 

Born in Lyme, Ohio. 

Wife of Guy H. Carleton. 

Descendant of Capt. Lawrence Kemp, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Kemp and Harriet Bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Kemp and Mehitabk Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lawrence Kemp and Dorothy Stebbins, his 
wife. 

Lawrence Kemp, (1734-1805), commanded a company of 
Hampshire county militia until 1780, when he resigned. 

Also Nos. 8238, 15744. 

MISS ELLA J. CARLETON. 18620 

Born in Sault St. Marie, Michigan. 

Descendant of Capt. Lawrence Kemp. 
Daughter of Guy H. Carleton and Christine Kemp, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Kemp and Harriet Bell, his wife. 
See No. 18619. 

MRS. HARRIET BELL GIVEN. 18621 

Born in Sault St. Marie, Michigan. 
Wife of Charles Whitsitt Given. 
Descendant of Capt. Lawrence Kemp. 
Daughter of Guy H. Carleton and Christine Kemp, his wife. 
S^ Nos. 18619, 18620. 

MRS. CLARA OSWALD DEDRICK. 18622 

Born in Brantford, Ontario. 
Wife of Charles E. Dedrick. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Bates, of Massachusetts; 

Michael Smith, of New York. 

Daughter of Andrew Oswald and Martha Spencer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Spencer (1806-51) and Eliza Eleanora 
Coe (1807-76), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Coe, M. D., (1764-1809) and Eliza- 
beth Bates (1783-1872), his wife (m. 1803). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bates, Jr., (1753-1836) and Mar- 
garet Smith (1759-1845), his wife. 



LINeAGE BOOK. 229 



Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bates and Leah Matross, his 
wife; Michael Smith and Dorothea Hunt (d. 1760), his first wife. 

Joseph Bates entered the army as lieutenant, 1777, and 
was appointed captain, 1779. He was transferred to the 
Seventh Massachusetts regiment, 1781, and retired, 1783. 
He was elected a member in 1805, of the Massachusetts Soci- 
ety of the Cincinnati. 

Michael Smith served in 1777 with the Connecticut troops 
at Peekskill. He died in Westchester county, N. Y., after 
1800. 

MRS. MARTHA SPENCER OSWALD. 18623 

Born in Dundas, Ontario, Canada. 

Wife of Andrew Oswald. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Bates and of Michael Smith. 

Daughter of Joseph Spencer and Eliza Eleanora Coe, his wife. 
See No. 18622. 

MRS. JENNIE M. WOODS RANKIN. 18624 

Born in Chelsea, Michigan. 

Wife of T. E. Rankin. 

Descendant of Abel Woods. 

Daughter of Heman M. Woods and Mary Helen Sergent, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mason Mansel Woods and Sarah Jane Morgan, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Woods and Orilla Parks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abel Woods. 

Abel Woods was wounded at the battle of Bunker Hill 
and the grape shot is now in an historical museum. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Rutland Co., Vermont, 
1789, tor service in the Massachusetts State troops. He was 
born in Shutesbury, Mass., 1754, and died in Sudbury, Vt. 

MISS JOANNA KEMP. 18625 

Born in Lyme, Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Lawrence Kemp, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Kemp and Harriet Bell, his wife. 
See No. 18619. 

MRS. ANNA DAME CONNOR. 18626 

Born in Falmouth, Maine. 
Wife of Dr. Leartus Connor. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Simon Drake, Samuel Drake, Samuel Page, 
Stephen Page, all of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Dame and Nancy Jenness Page, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Perkins Page and Theodate Drake, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Simon Drake and Judith Perkins, his wife; 
Samuel Page and Theodate Drake (daughter of Samuel), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Page and Ann Perkins, his wife; 
Samuel Drake and Esther Hobbs, his wife. 

Simon Drake, (1730-1801), served as a private in the New 
Hampshire militia under Col. Enoch Poor. He was born in 
Hampton and died in Epping. 

Also No. 2405. 

Samuel Drake, (1714-86), served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign, 1777, from Hampton, N. H. 

Samuel Page, (1743-1793), was a private in Capt. Nathan 
Hale's Co., of New Hampshire militia, 1775. He was born in 
Hampton, N. H., and died in Parsonfield, Maine. 

Stephen Page, (i 716-1804), was a patriot of Hampton, 
where he was born and died. 

MRS. ELLA TEFFT BARBOUR. 18627 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of E. S. Barbour. 
Descendant of Corp. Ephraim Robertson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Harrison Tefft and Lurinda Martha Hol- 
brook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Royal Tefft and Celinda Robertson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Robertson and Priscilla Rose, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Robertson, (1746-1826), enlisted 1777, as corporal 
and served through the war. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Tolland county, 1818, as a private in the Connecticut 
Line. He was born and died in Coventry. 

MISS ELIZABETH LONICE PARKER. 18628 

Born in Flint, Michigan. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Parker, Sergt. Isaac Miles 
and Edmund Beach. 

Daughter of DeWitt Parker and Helen Elizabeth Miles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orson Parker (1800- 1876) and Diana Eleanor 
Atherton, his wife; Manly Miles and Mary Cushman, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Parker and Abigail Whittier, his wife; 
Isaac Miles and Mary Beach, his wife. 
See No. 18606. 

Joseph Parker, (1762-1812), served as sergeant in Capt. 

Nathan Sergeant's Co., Col. Jacob Gerrish's Mass. Regiment 

of Guards, 1778. He was born in Methuen, Mass., and died 

in Henderson, N. Y. , , 

MRS. AUGUSTA JANE CHANDLER HOLMES. 18629 

Born in Waldo County, Maine. 

Wife of William Holmes. 

Descendant of Thomas Cushman, Capt. Richard Sinclair, 
Joshua Sinclair, Josiah Chandler. 

Daughter of Alden Chandler and Mary Sinclair, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Chandler and Polly Cushman, his wife; 
Joshua Sinclair and Abigail Pattee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Cushman and Anna Chipman, his 
wife; Richard Sinclair and Mary Cilley, his wife; Josiah Chandler 
and Rachel Magoon, his wife. 

See No. 18497. 

Thomas Cushman, (1730-77), represented Plympton in the 
General Court. While attending the session he contracted 
smallpox and died. He*was born in Plympton, Mass. 

Joshua Sinclair, (1760-1845), served as a fifer in the expe- 
dition to Canada, 1776, and was honorably discharged, 1780. 
He was born in Nottingham, N. H., and died in Ohio. 

Also Nos. 509, 2134. 

Josiah Chandler, (1748-1834), was a minute man from 
Plympton at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Plymp- 
ton, Mass., and died in Montville, Me. 

MISS CHARLOTTE L. HOLMES. 18630 

Born in Menominee, Michigan. 

Descendant of Thomas Cushman, Capt. Richard Sinclair, 
Joshua Sinclair and Josiah Chandler. 
Daughter of William ftolmes and Augusta Jane Chandler, his wife. 
Granddaiighter of Alden Chandler and Mary Sinclair, his wife. 
See Nos. 18497, 18629. 

MISS FANNY HASKINS BOLTWOOD. 18631 

Born in Hartford, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Solomon Wright, Mase Shepard, Capt. 



232 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomas Weeks, Lieut. Stephen Noble and Lieut. Thomas 
Jewett. 

Daughter of Lucius Manlius Boltwood and Clarinda Boardmaa 
Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hinckley Williams and Elvira Armenius Wright, 
his wife; Lucius Boltwood and Fanny Haskins Shepard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Wright and Eunice Slafter Jewett, 
his wife; John Williams and Mercy Weeks, his wife; William Bolt- 
wood and Eunice Noble, his wife; Mase Shepard and Deborah Has- 
kins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Weeks and Mary Hincldey, his 
wife; Stephen Noble and Ruth Church, his wife (m. 1753); Thomas 
Jewett and Eunice Slafter, his wife. 

Solomon Wright, (1763-1837), served as a private in the 
Vermont militia under Capt. Eli Noble. He was born in 
Massachusetts and died in Pownal, Vt. 

Also No. 1504a 

Mase Shepard, (1759-1821), served at the Rhode Island 
Alarms in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Nor- 
ton, Mass., and died in Little Compton, R. I. 

Thomas Weeks, (1735-1817), served as lieutenant, 1775, 
and attained the rank of captain. He was born in Brookfield 
and died in Goshen, Mass. 

Stephen Noble, (1727-91), served in the Massachusetts mili- 
tia and on war committees of Westfield, where he was born. 

Thomas Jewett, (1738-1812), served as lieutenant in the 
Vermont militia at Bennington. He was born in Norwich, 
Connecticut, and died in Vermont. 
Also Nos. 1718, 17402. 

MRS. NANCY FERNALD BARROWS. 18632 

Born in Argyle, Maine. 
Wife of William M. Barrows. 
Descendant of Stephen Bussell, of Maine. 
Daughter of James B. Fernald and Lydia T. Bussell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Bussell and Sarah Frees, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Bussell and Lucy Grant, his wife 

(m. 1770). 
Stephen Bussell served on the Penobscot River, 1770-77, 

under Lieut. Andrew Oilman. He died in Argyle, Maine. 



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MISS MARY ANNA HOYT. 18633 

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Descendant of Capt. Parmalee Allen. 

Daughter of Americus V. Hoyt and Catherine Anna Conlin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Hoyt and Anna Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Parmalee Allen and Deborah Allen (1758- 
1843), his wife (m. 1777). 

Parmalee Allen was commissioned captain of Vermont 

Rangers, 1777, and served until 1780. He died in Washing- 
ton Co., N. Y., 1806, and his widow in 1837, received a pen- 
sion. 

MRS. KATHERINE REED BRUCE RICKER. 18634 

Born in Barnet, Vermont. 

Wife of Harvey Ricker. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. James Reed. 

Daughter of Reuben Bruce and Corisanda Barnet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Barnet and Katherine Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederic Reed and Hannah Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Reed and Abigail Hinds, his wife. 

James Reed, (1724-1807), rose from captain to brigadier 
general, 1775 to 76. He was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 1849, 16984. 

MRS. MARY WESTON GILL JONES. 18635 

Born in Kirkwood, Missouri. 

Wife of Frederick S. Jones. 

Descendant of Maj. William Bodley and of Hugh Shiell, 
M. D., of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George H. Gill and Ellen Pindell Bodley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Thomas Bodley (1772-1834) and Catharine 
Harris Shiell (1785-1841), his wife (m. 1804). 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Bodley and Isabella Parker, his wife; 
Hugh Shiell and Anne Harris (1760-1851), his wife (m. 1782). 

William Bodley, (1746-80), was commissioned captain, 
Chester Co. militia, 1777, and was promoted major, 1779. 
He was born near Valley Forge and is buried in Providence 
Church Yard, Montgomery Co., Pa. 

Hugh Shiell, a native of Ireland, was among those patriots 



234 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

in Philadelphia who volunteered to supply the American 
Army with provisions. He removed to Kentucky, where, in 
1785, he was drowned, near Danville. 
Also No. 2441. 

MISS ABBIE YOUNG STEIN. 18636 

Born in Stillwater, Minnesota. 

Descendant of John Jacob Mickley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William J. Stein and Abbie M. Prescott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Stein and Sarah Mickley, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Jacob Mickley and Susanne Miller, his 
wife. 

John Jacob Mickley, (1737-1808), served in Capt. Benja- 
min Weiser's company of Northampton county militia, 1776. 
He brought the Liberty Bell and chimes from Christ Church, 
Philadelphia, to Allentown, concealed in his wagons, 1777, 
and they were hidden in Zion Reformed church until 1778. 
He was born and died in White Hall. 

Also Nos. 1029, 2084, 4951. 

MRS. ANNIE MANGERY RANKIN ADAMS. 18637 

Born in Dandridge, Tennessee. 

Wife of Moses N. Adams. 

Descendant of Thomas Rankin and of Richard Rankin, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Gardner Rankin and Sarah Gant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Rankin and Isabella Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Rankin and Mary Clendennen, his 
wife. 

Thomas Rankin, (1724-1810), served as a soldier in the 
Pennsylvania Line and received pay to 1781. He was born 
in Derry Co., Ireland. He had four sons in the army. 

Richard Rankin, (1756-1827), enlisted as a private. 

MRS. JANE ANNE HERSEY FINCH. 18638 

Born in Sidney, Maine. 
Wife of Sherman Finch. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Hersey, of Maine. 
Daughter of Roscoe Freeman Hersey and Eva Celestia Wardwell, 
his wife. 
See No. 18407. 



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MRS. MARIA TALCOTT LANE SPRAGUE. 18639 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Wife of Frank E. Sprague. 

Descendant of Elizur Talcott. 

Daughter of John Lane and Maria S. Peck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Lane (1789-1883) and Sarah Talcott (1791- 
1859), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elizur Talcott and Sarah Baxter (1767-1853), 
his wife. 

Elizur Talcott, (1759-1835), was placed on the pension roll 
of Trumbull county, Ohio, 1833, for service of private with 
the Connecticut State troops. He was born in Enfield, 
Conn, and died in Mesopotamia, Ohio. 

MISS JULIA M. ENSIGN. 18640 

Born in Jefferson, Ohio. 

Descendant of Josiah Davis. 

Daughter of Josiah Davis Ensign and Katherine Ann Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben S. Ensign and Mary Griffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Griffin and Eunice Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Davis and Rebecca Lobdell, his 
wife. 

Josiah Davis enlisted from Middletown, Conn.,' 1777, for 
the war. He was placed on the pension roll of Erie county, 
N. H., 1826, for service as musician in Col. Heman Swift's 
Connecticut Continental regiment. 

MISS ELIZABETH FRAZER. 18641 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Selden, Jr., and of Dr. John 
McDowell. 

Daughter of Sheldon Lord Frazer and Elise McDowell Backus, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Lord Frazer and Martha Johnstone Mc- 
Dowell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Frazer and Betsey Lord, his wife; 
Alexander Johnstone McDowell and Mary Sheldon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Lord, Jr., and Mary Selden, his 
wife; John McDowell and Martha Johnstone, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Selden and Elizabeth Ely, his 
wife, 



236 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Selden, (1723-76), commanded a regiment; was 
captured in the retreat from New York and died in prison. 

Also Nos. 46, 1287, 2477, 5566, 6129, 8367, 9676, 15780. 

John McDowell, (1748-1825), served as surgeon's mate and 
surgeon. He died in Steubenville, Ohio. 

Also Nos. 41 16, 9686. 

MRS. JANE WADDLE GUTHRIE. 18642 

Born in Chillicothe, Ohio. 

Wife of Frank Morton Guthrie. 

Descendant of Lieut. William McCracken, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. William Waddle (181 1-95) and Jane Sarah McCoy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McCoy (1776-1852) and Janet Sarah Mc- 
Cracken (1783-1862), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William McCracken and Elizabeth Finley 
Peebles, his wife. 

William McCracken, (1753-1803), entered the army as lieu- 
tenant. He was at the battle of Flatbush, 1780, and after 
the death of the captain he took command. He was born 
in Scotland and died in Newville, Pa. 

Also Nos. 7317, 10217. 

MRS. MARY ENSIGN HUNTER. 18643 

Born in Jefferson, Ohio. 
Wife of James C. Hunter. 
Descendant of Josiah Davis. 

Daughter of Josiah Davis Ensign and Katharine Anne Jones, his 
wife. 
See No. 18640. 

MRS. SOPHY MILFORD McLAREN KNOX. 18644 

Bom in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Wife of Renwick Barwise Knox. 
Descendant of Asa Clark. 

Daughter of John F. McLaren and Fanny Marvin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John F. McLaren. D. D., and Mary Bull Mac* 
Kay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Robert MacKay and Sophia Clark, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Asa Clark. 



LINAGE BOOK. 237 



Asa Clark, (1755-1834), was placed on the pension roll of 
Orleans county. New York, at the age of seventy-eight for 
service of private in the Connecticut militia. 

MRS. NELLY BAILEY MARKELL. 18645 

Born in Galva, Illinois. 
Wife of Edgar W. Markell. 
Descendant of Mark Andrews, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin Porter Bailey and Maria' Frazer Andrews, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Andrews and Lucy L. Frazer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mark Andrews and Ruth Parris, his wife. 

Mark Andrews, (1760-1848), enlisted in the army at fifteen 
and served at Dorchester Heights and in Rhode Island. He 
subsequently entered the privateer service to defend the coast 
of New England. He was born in Taunton, Mass., and died 
in Perry, New York. 

Also No. 1561. 

MISS CHARLOTTE LEWIS McLAREN. 18646 

Born in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Descendant of Asa Clark. 

Daughter of John F. MacLaren and Fanny Marvin, his wife. 
See No. 18644. 

MRS. ALICE MUNGER SILVEY. 18647 

Bom in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Wife of William Baird Silvey. 

Descendant of Noah Benton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Roger Sherman Munger and Olive Gray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sherman Munger and Lucretia Benton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Benton and Phoebe Benton, his wife. 

Noah Benton, (1763-1847), served in the Guards to de- 
fend the sea coast, 1781. He was placed on the pension roll 
of New Haven county at the age of seventy, for service of 
private in the Connecticut Continental Line. He was born 
and died in Guilford. 

MRS. ANNIE BYNUM SMITH. 18648 

Born in Courtland, Alabama. 
Wife of Sterling Summers Smith. 
Descendant of Col. William Aylett, of Virginia. 



238 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Oakley H. Bynum and Effie L. McDonald, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. James McDonald and Eliza Aylett Moore, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Spotswood Moore and Elizabeth 
Aylett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Aylett and Mary Macon, his wife. 

William Aylett, (1747-81), served as assistant commissary 
and exhausted his fortune in furnishing State troops. 

Also Nos. 1022, 9559. 

MRS. LUCY LEACH STEARNS. 18649 

Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Wife of Victor Stearns. 

Descendant of Corp. Jonathan Cook, of New York. 

Daughter of William Benton Leach and Mary Hammond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amariah Hammond and Anna Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Cook and Eunice Kruger, his wife. 

Jonathan Cook, (1754-1837), enlisted as private, 1775; 
served as corporal, 1776, and was at the battle of Flatbush. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Steuben county, 1832. 
He was born in Southampton, N. Y. 

Also No. 8235. 

MRS. SUSAN BOYD EN BAILEY. 18650 

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Descendant of Capt. George Southward. 

Daughter of Abraham Bailey and Theresa Southward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Welcome Southward and Charlotte Pea- 
body, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Southward and Sarah Welcome, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Southward and Sarah Gale, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Southward and Anne Phelps, 
his wife. 

George Southward, (1731-1815), commanded privateers, 
1779-80. He was born in Scotland and died in Milford, N. H. 

Also No. 15073. 

MRS. KATHARINE WOODBRIDGE UPHAM. 18651 

Born in Duluth, Minnesota. 
Wife of Nathaniel J. Upham. 
Descendant of Hon. Jahleel Woodbridge, of Massachusetts. 



tlN^GE BOOK. 239 



Daughter of William Starkweather Woodbridge and Frances 
Anglina Pool, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Jonathan Woodbridge and Catharine Stark- 
weather, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Jonathan Woodbridge and Sarah Meech, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jahleel Woodbridge and Lucy Edwards, 
his wife. 

Jahleel Woodbridge, (1738-96), a graduate of Princeton, 
was a member of the Third Provincial Congress. He com- 
manded a company of Berkshire county minute men at the 
Bennington Alarm. He gave valuable civil service from 
Stockbridge, where he died. 

Also Nos. 5721, 8371, 1 1888. 

MRS. ANNA HAMMOND. 18652 

Born in Bath, New York. 
Wife of Amariah Hammond. 
Descendant of Corp. Jonathan Cook, of New York. 

Daughter of Jonathan Cook and Eunice Kruger, his wife. 
See No. 18649. 

MRS. GERTRUDE MARKELL ABBOTT. 18653 

Born in Duluth, Minnesota. 

Wife of Howard Townsend Abbott. 

Descendant of Amasa Castle, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Clinton Markell and Kate Emily Watrbus, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Winthrop Watrous and Pamelia Castle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amasa Castle and Mary H. Stanley, his wife. 

Amasa Castle, (1755-1826), enlisted in the New Levies, 
1776. He served six years and returned broken in health. 
He was born in Waterbury, Conn.; settled in Ashtabula, 
Ohio, 1809, where he died. 

MRS. BELINDA WEBSTER MERRIMAN. 18654 

Born in Stanstead, Canada. 

Wife of Ira Merriman. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Webster, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of David Webster, Jr., and Betsey Blake, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Webster and Rebecca Huntoon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Webster and Abigail Eastman, his 
wife. 



240 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ebenezer Webster, (1739-1806), served as captain of New 
Hampshire militia. He was born and died in Salisbury. 

18655 
MRS. MYSTIC RUGGLES LANE. 18656 

Born in Fairfield, Oliio. 

Wife of John Lewis Lane. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Rnggles, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Constant Ruggles and Eliza Dunlap, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Ruggles and Anna James, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Ruggles and Rachel Ward, his wife. 

Timothy Ruggles, (1748-1831), entered the army 1779, as 
lieutenant and 1780, commanded a company of Guards. He 
was born in Hardwick, Mass., and died in Gaines, N. Y. 

MRS. ANNIE E. BECK. 18657 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Wife of John A. Beck. 
Descendant of Capt. Richard Edsall, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Aston McMurray and Catherine L. De Kay, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William De Kay and Rachel Edsall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Edsall and Jemima Seeley, his wife. 

Richard Edsall, (1750- 1823), was at the battles of Long 
Island, White Plains, Brandywine, Germantown and Mon- 
mouth. He was commissioned lieutenant, 1777, and on the 
death of his captain was promoted. At the age of seventy 
he was placed on the the pension roll of Sussex county for 
service of lieutenant in the New Jersey Line. He was born 
in Hardyston and died in Vernon township, N. J. 

MRS. ARIANA CRAIG JONES. 18658 

Born in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Meredith Dabney Jones. 
Descendant of Col. James Watson and of John Craig, of 

Pennsvlvania. 

Daughter of John Watson Craig and Caroline Crossan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Craig (1794- 1855) and Mary Vance Wat- 
son, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 24I 



Gr. -granddaughter of John Watson and Rebecca Vance, his wife; 
John Craig and Jean Boyd, his wife (m. 1791). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Watson and Eliabeth Long, his 
wife. 

James Watson, (1743-1831), was colonel of the Second 
Battalion, Lancaster Co. Volunteers. He was born in Lan- 
caster Co., and died in Greencastle. 

John Craig served as a private in Capt. John Boyd's com- 
play, 1776. He died at Derry Church, Pa., 1801. 

MRS. ELIZABETH CUTTER KRUM. 18659 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Wife of Chester Harding Krum. 

Descendant of Col. Christopher Webber. 

Daughter of Norman Cutter and Frances A. Harrington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Cutter and Hannah Webber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Webber and Hannah Sumner, his 
wife. 

Christopher Webber, (1739-1803), commanded a company, 
1776, and served in the Burgoyne campaign in the New 
Hampshire militia under Gen. Benjamin Bellows. He was 
born in Connecticut, and died in Walpole, N. H. 

Also Nos. 2076, 14709, 16322. 

MRS. MARY DANAH RICHARDSON. 18660 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Wife of Joseph Clifford Richardson. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Edsall, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Aston McMurray and Catherine L. De Kay, 
his wife. 

See No. 18657. 

MRS. BELLE BUCKINGHAM SIMPSON. 18661 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Wife of William Simeon Simpson. 
Descendant of Lieut. Florence Crowley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Milledoler Buckingham and Emma Marlow, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gideon Buckingham and Maria Crowley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Florence Crowley and Bettie Milledoler, his 
wife. 

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242 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Florence Crowley entered the army as sergeant of Knox's 
Continental Artillery, 1776; was wounded at Brand)rwine 
and when mustered out in 1783, held the rank of lieutenant. 

MRS. CARRIE LATHROP SMITH. 18662 

Born in Northampton, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Ford Smith. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Seth Pomeroy, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Lathrop and Abbie Alexander Pomeroy, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Medad Pomeroy and Jerusha Alexander, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Medad Pomeroy and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pomeroy and Mary Hunt, his wife. 
Seth Pomeroy, (1706-77), was a delegate to the Provincial 

Congress 1775 and one of the brigadier generals, first ap- 
pointed' in the Continental army but refused the honor on ac- 
count of age. He was born in Northampton, Mass., died in 
Peekskill when on his way to join Washington's command. 
Also Nos. 1599, 4218, 6561, 7280, 8161, 9462, 15194. 

MRS. LUCY LAWSON SMITH STAUFFER. 18663 

Born in St. Louis, Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. James Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Crawford Early Smith and Virginia Penn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Penn and Sarah Bella Chambers, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Chambers and Sarah Lawson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Chambers and Catharine Hamilton, 
his wife. 

James Chambers, (1744-1805), commanded a company at 

the siege of Boston and with him were his brothers William 

and Benjamin. He was at Long Island, was wounded at 

Brandywine and in the battles of Monmouth and Stony 

Point. He rose to the rank of Colonel and was a member 

of the Society of the Cincinnati. 
Also Nos. 2794, 4343, 12832, 14192. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 243 



MISS MARY B. SMITH. 18664 

Born in Saline County, Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. James Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Crawford Early Smith and Virginia Penn, his wife. 
See No. 18663. 

MRS. MARY FUNSTEN REED. 18665 

Bom in Clarke County, Virginia. 
Wife of Rev. Benjamin E. Reed. 
Descendant of Col. Richard Kidder Meade, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. David Funston and Susan Meade, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Meade and Louisa Nelson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Richard Kidder Meade and Mary Grymes 
Randolph, his wife. 

Richard Kidder Meade, (1746-1805), served as captain, 
1775, lieutenant colonel 1777, and as aide-de-camp to Wash- 
ington to the close of the war. 

Also No. 4281. 

MISS MARIANNE ALEXANDER DAVISON. 18666 

Born in Jefferson, Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. James Postell, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Dr. Alexander Caldwell Davison and Sarah Caroline 
Pelot Eppes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Moore Pelot and Margaret Ann Ford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Charles Pelot and Mary Susan Postell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Postell and Mary Moore, his wife. 

James Postell, (1739-1824), served as colonel in the parti- 
san warfare of South CaroHna under Gen. Francis Marion. 
He bore scars through life of wounds received in battle. His 
brothers William and John served also as officers. 

Also Nos. 5639, 17639. 

MRS. LELIA WEIDEMEYER DICKSON. 18667 

Born in Palestine, Texas. 
Wife of Joseph Lawrence Dickson. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Andrew Lewis, of Virginia. 
Daughter of John Martin Weidemeyer and Lelia Vernon Crutch- 
field, his wife. 
See No. 18668. 



244 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MATILDA WEIDEMEYER GAUTT. 18668 

Born in Osceola, Missouri. 

Wife of James Britton Gautt. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Andrew Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Martin Weidemeyer and Lelia Vernon Crutch- 
field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard P. Critchiield and Matilda Petin Nash, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Gabriel Nash and Elizabeth Madison 
McClanahan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah McClanahan and Agatha Strother 
Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lewis and Elizabeth Madi- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lewis and Elizabeth 
Givens, his wife. 

Andrew Lewis, (1720-81), the "Hero of Point Pleasant," 
and a noted Indian fighter, served in the Revolution until 
stricken with fever. He was born in Ireland and died in 
Bedford Co., Va. His statue in Richmond represents "the 
pioneer" in the group on Washington's Monument. 

Also Nos. 1619, 5100, 6369, 8898, 17340. 

MISS MARIA YSOBEL BOYD FORRESTER. 18669 

Born in Bordeaux, France. 
Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins and of Gen. John Wilkins, 

Jr., of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Offley Forrester and Ysobel Southgate Boyd, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Stillman Boyd and Catherine Charlotte 
Wilkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Campbell Wilkins and Charlotte 
Frances Bingaman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wilkins, Jr., and Catherine Steven- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wilkins and Katherine Rowan, 
his wife. 

John Wilkins, (1733-1810), was captain of Spencer's Addi- 
tional Continental regiment at Brandywine, Germantown 
and Valley Forge. He resigned, 1778. He was bom in 
Lancaster County and died in Pittsburg, Pa. 

John Wilkins, Jr., (1761-1816), enlisted at sixteen as sur- 
geon's mate and served through the war. 
Also Nos. 154, 2259, 3737^ 4650, 16312. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 245 



MISS ADRIANNE OFFLEY FORRESTER. 18670 

Born in Bordeaux, France. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins and of Gen. John Wil- 

kins, Jr. 

Daughter of William Offlley Forrester and Ysobel Southgate Boyd, 
his wife. 
See No. 18669. 

MRS. LOUISE ANN BLISH. 18671 

Born in Nichols, New York. 
Wife of Frank M. Blish. 
Descendant of Peter Joslin. 

Daughter of Peter Hubbard Joslin and Harriett Althine Thayer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Thayer and Sarah Joslin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Joslin and Sarah Kidder, his wife. 

Peter Joslin, (1759-1837), enlisted at seventeen in the Mas- 
sachusetts militia, and served at the siege of Boston. He was 
born in Shrewsbury, Mass., and died in Surry, N. H. 

Also Nos. 6393, 1 7618. 

MRS. HELEN McCANDLESS WADE HORTON. 18672 

Born in New Brighton, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John B. Horton. 

Descendant of Capt. Tyranius Collins. 

Daughter of Davidson King Wade and Lydia Townsand Menden- 
hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harrison Mendenhall and Adele Elvira Gould, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Marcus T. C. Gould and Maria Collins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Pitman Collins and Mary Easton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Tyranius Collins and Abigail Peck, 
his wife. 

Tyranius Collins commanded the fifth company in the Half 

Moon New York regiment. He was taken prisoner, 1780, 
and not exchanged for three years. He was born in Guil- 
ford, Conn., 1742, and died in Saratoga County, N. Y. 

MRS. GRACE CRANE LOVEREN. 18673 

Born in Washington, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Harry E. Loveren. 



246 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Jonathan Clark. 

Daughter of John Wheeler Crane and Charlotte Avilla Crane, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hartwell Crane and Rachel Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Crane and Susanna Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clark and Betsey Clark, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Clark, (1755-1846), served several enlistments and 
was present at the capture of Burgoyne. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Sullivan county, 181 8, for service of pri- 
vate in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in 
Braintree, Mass., and died in Washington, N. H. 

MRS. FRANCES DANIELS FAIRBANKS. 18674 

Born in Oxford, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry Bucknam Fairbanks. 

Descendant of Capt. Thaddeus Read and of Jonathan Har- 
ris, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Harris Daniels and Julia Maria Read, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thaddeus Read, Jr., and Patty Leland, his wife; 
Seth Daniels and Huldah Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Read and Hannah Taylor, his wife; 
Jonathan Harris and Huldah Towne, his wife. 

Thaddeus Read, (1752-1824), Avas a private in the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and commanded a company, 1780, under Col. 
Nathan Tyler, that marched to Tiverton by order of Council. 
He was born in Uxbridge and died in Grafton. 

Jonathan Harris, (1760-1830), was a private in Capt. Eben- 
ezer Humphrey's company, Col. Jacob Davis' regiment, 1780. 
He was born and died in Oxford, Mass. 

MRS. MARY De FOREST GOVE STURTEVANT. 18675 

Born in Lancaster, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Ira F. Sturtevant. 
Descendant of Elijah Gove, Hugh Montgomery and John 

Muzzey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Ira S. M. Gove and Mary A. Muzzey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Mills Gove and Anna Montgomery, his 
wife; John Muzzey and Susan Bartlett. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Gove and Sarah Mills, his wife; Hugh 
Montgomery and Mary Campbell, his wife; John Muzzey, Jr., (b. 

1765). 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Muzzey and Priscilla Johnson, his 
wife. 

Elijah Gove, (1752-1816), served in the New Hampshire 
militia, 1777, ^^ a private. He was born in Hampton Falls and 
died in Weare, N. H. 

Hugh Montgomery served as private in the New Hamp- 
shire militia under Col. John Stark in 1755, and under CoL 
Daniel Moor, 1776. He was born 1750. 

John Muzzey was a private in Capt. Joshua Abbot's com- 
pany, at Saratoga, 1777. He was born in Hampstead, N. 
H., 1743. 

MRS. MINNIE L. HARTSHORN. 18676 

Born in Epsom, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Fred G. Hartshorn. 

Descendant of Maj. Andrew McClary, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Andrew McClary Heath and Lucy Russell Greene, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John McClary Heath and Abigail Gate, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Heath and Elizabeth McClary, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.- grand daughter of Andrew McClary and Elizabeth McCrillis, 
his wife. 

Andrew McClary was major of the First New Hampshire 
regiment at the battle of Bunker Hill where he was killed in 
the retreat. He was born in Londonderry, N. H. 

MISS ELIZA ADAMS. 18677 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah King, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Goldthwaith Adams and Mary Ann King, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth King and Susannah Fobes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah King and Sarah Kellogg, his wife. 

Tosiah King, (1731-1815), was appointed by the Assembly, 
captain of the Second company, First regiment, 1778. He 
was born and died in Suffield. 

MRS. MARTHA M. ADAMS HAYWARD. 17678 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Lemuel Hayward. 



248 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah King, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Goldthwaite Adams and Mary Ann King, his 
wife. 
Also No. 18677. 

MISS ANNIE M. HUBBARD. 18679 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. * 

Descendant of Jonathan Lane, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of H. William Hubbard and Mary Abbie Lane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Lane and Sophia Blake, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Lane and Mary Towle, his wife. 

Jonathan Lane, (1761-1819), served as cornet in the forts 
on the Piscataqiia River, 1779. ^^ was born and died in 
Hampton Falls. 

MRS. SUSAN KING PERKINS. 18680 

Born in Keene, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Richard Sullivan Perkins. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah King. 

Daughter of Charles Goldthwaith Adams and Mary Ann King, his 
vife. 
See No. 18677. 

MRS. ANNIE M. L. MARSEILLES. 18681 

Born in Exeter, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles Marseilles. 

Descendant of Corp. Alexander Morrow, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Samuel Warmall Leavitt and Margaret Sargent, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Sargent and Betsey Morrow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Morrow and Margaret Gardner, 
his wife. 

Alexander Morrow, (1743-1812), served as corporal at the 

battle of Bennington in Capt. Jesse Wilson's company. He 
A^as born and died in Windham, N. H. 
Also No. 2420. 

MRS. ELDORA LEONORA HAINES WALKER. 18682 

Born in Northfield, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Noah Speers Walker. 
Descendant of Stephen Haines and of Samuel Rogers, of 

New Hampshire. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 249 



Daughter of Thomas Clough Haines and Deborah" Drew Rogers, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Haines and Hannah Carter, his wife; 
Samuel Rogers, Jr., and Rebecca Haynes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Rogers. 

Stephen Haines, (1759-1807), was a private in Capt. James 
Shepard's company, Col. Isaac Wyman's regiment. He was 
born in Greenland and died in Northfield, N. H. 

Samuel Rogers, (1747-1835), was placed on the pension 
roll of Merrimack County at the age of eighty-five, for ser- 
vice of private in the New Hampshire Continental Line. He 
died in Northfield, N. H. 

MISS DORA HAINES WALKER. 18683 

Born in Salado, Texas. 

Descendant of Stephen Haines and of Samuel Rogers. 

Daughter of Noah Speers Walker and Eldora Leonard Haines, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Clough Haines and Deborah Drew 
Rogers, his wife. 

See No. 18682. 

MRS. ALICE SAWYER PAYNE. 18684 

Born in Dover, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Frederick W. Payne. 

Descendant of Lieut. Israel Whitney, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jonathan Sawyer and Martha Perkins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Phineas Sawyer and Hannah Whitney, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Whitney and Hannah Mead, his wife. 

Israel Whitney, (1751-1827), was a member of Capt. Isaac 
Gates' company at the Lexington Alarm, and lieutenant 
under Capt. Thaddeus Pollard, 1781. He was born and died 
in Harvard, Mass. 

Also Nos. 16812, 17659. 

MRS. ANNE M. AYR. 18685 

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Francis Brown Ayr. 

Descendant of Isaac Blanchard, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Josephus Bladwin and Nancy Blanchard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Blanchard and Olive Hopkins (1769-1864), 
Isaac Blanchard, (1764-1826), was placed on the pension 



250 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

roll of Hillsboro Co., 1819, for service of private in the New 
Hampshire Continental Line. He was born in Amherst and 
died in Milford, N. H. 

MRS. ELLEN M. HUSSEY. 18686 

Born in Ware, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Webster P. Hussey. 

Descendant of William White and Samuel Stearns. 
Daughter of Asa Avery and Martha Steams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Stearns and Betsey White, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William White and Betsey Shearer (1754- 
1836), his wife (m. 1777) Samuel Steams. 

William White, (1750-1837), was at the Lexington Alarm 
and in the Burgoyne campaign. He was muster master in Col. 
Joseph Cilley's New Hampshire regiment. He was bom in 
Lunenburg, Mass; died in Peterboro, N. H. 

Samuel Stearns, (1760-1833), was placed on the pension 
roll of Hillsboro county, N. H., at the age of seventy-two for 
service of private in the Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. MARY OSGOOD HOLMAN. 18687 

Born in Amesbury, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Holman. 

Descendant of Richard Osgood, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Osgood and Susan W. Osgood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Osgood and Polly K. Osgood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Osgood and Dorothy Evans, his 
wife. 

Richard Osgood, (1721-80), served from Salisbury at the 
Lexington Alarm and the siege of Boston under Col. James 
Frye. 

MRS. SARAH ELIZABETH NICHOLS LUCE. 18688 

Born in Merrimack, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Thomas Dunham Luce. 

Descendant of Adj. James Underwood, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Matthew Parker Nichols and Sarah Ann Anderson,, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of David L. Nichols and Elizabeth Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Parker and Sally Underwood. Jtn^ 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gfranddaughter of James Underwood. 



IJNBAGE BOOK. 251 



James Underwood was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Litchfield county, 1775, and held many offices of 
trust in the Revolution. He was adjutant of Col. Joshua Win- 
gate's regiment, 1776, to reenforce the Northern army. 

Also No. 2408. 

MRS. HARRIET ANDERSON NICHOLS PRESCOTT. 18689 

Born in Merrimack, New Hampshire. . 
Wife of Royal Blood Prescott. 

Descendant of Adj. James Underwood, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Matthew Parker Nichols and Sarah Ann Anderson, 
his wife. 
See No. 18688. 

MRS. ELIZA DINSMORE RAMSDELL. 18690 

Born in Deering, New Hampshire. 
Wife of George Allen Ramsdell. 
Descendant of Sergt. Robert Dinsmore and of Adam 

Dickey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of David Wilson and Margaret Dinsmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Dinsmore and Sarah Dickey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Dickey and Jane Nahor, his wife. 

Robert Dinsmore, (1751-1831), served as sergeant in Capt. 
John Duncan's company, Col. Daniel Moore's regiment, 1777. 
He was born in Windham and died in Francestown. 

Adam Dickey served in Captain Daniel Runnell's Co., 
Col. Moses Nicholas regiment, Stark's brigade, 1777. He was 
born and died in Londonderry, N. H. 

MRS. HELEN HOYT WHITNEY. 18691 

Born in Tunbridge, Vermont. 
Wife of John Scott Whitney. 

Descendant of Enoch Hoyt, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Horace L. Hoyt and Abilene E. Austin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Hoyt and Olive Presbury, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Hoyt and Sarah Blaisdell, his wife. 
Enoch Hoyt served as a private in the New Hampshire 
Line. He was born in Hopkinton, N. H., 1759. 



252 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARY HAWES GILMORE BARNUM. 18692 

Born in Grinnell, Iowa. 
Wife of Oliver S. Barnum. 
Descendant of Joseph Cheney, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Quincy Adams Gilmore and Ann M. Wilmarth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Munroe Wilmarth and Lucy Cheney, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cheney and Susannah Wadsworth, his 
wife. 

Joseph Cheney, (1761-1834), aided in guarding the pris- 
oners taken in the Burgoyne campaign. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Norfolk county, Mass., and died in Rhode 
Island at the home of his son Martin. 
~^ Also No. 12349. 

MRS. ESTHER A. HUBBARD CHELLIS. 18693 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Burt Chellis. 

Descendant of Moses Whipple and of David Hubbard. 

Daughter of Henry L. Hubbard and Cordelia A. Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan B. Hubbard and Annis Whipple, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Whipple and Thankful Powers, his 
wife; David Hubbard and Abigail Labarre, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Whipple and Catherine Forbush, 
his wife. 

See No. 18026. 

David Hubbard, (1746-1814), served as a drummer in Capt. 

Jeremiah Stile's Co., Col. Paul Dudley's regiment. He was 
born in Lunenburg, Vt., and died in Charlestown, N. H. 

MRS. LUCINDA S. JOHNSON. 18694 

Born in Newbury. New Hampshire. 
Wife of Levi Johnson. 
Descendant of William Brown, and of Annas Campbell, of 

New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Josiah C. Wells and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Brown and Sarah Campbell (b. 1769), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Annas Campbell and Elizabeth Webster, his 
wife (m. 1765). 

William Brown, (1761-1855), served as a private in the 



LINKAGE BOOK. 253 



New Hampshire Line. He was born in Bradford, N. H., 
and died in Chester, Vt. 

Annas Campbell served from Danville in the New Hamp- 
shire militia. He was born about 1745. 

MRS. FANNIE M. MAYNARD. 18695 

Born in Palmyra, Maine. 

Wife of Frank P. Maynard. 

Descendant of Samuel Hall and of Joseph Hoyt. 

Daughter of William G. Sampson and Abbie E. Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Hall and Cynthia Hoyt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hall and Hannah Leighton, his wife; 
Joseph Hoyt and Mary Ayers, his wife. 

Samuel Hall, (1747-1831), enlisted from Barrington in 
Capt. Benjamin Titcomb's company, Col. Enoch Poor's regi- 
ment. He was born in Dover. 

Joseph Hoyt, (1752-1817), served as a private in Capt. Ebe- 
nezer Webster's company of New Hampshire militia at 
West Point, 1780. He was born in Newington, N. H., and 
died in Athens, Maine. 

MRS. KATE BROOKS WASHBURN. 18696 

Born in Claremont, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Charles N. Washburn. 
Descendant of John Brooks, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of of Levi Brooks and Nancy Morse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonas Brooks and Anna Printiss, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks, Jr., and Sarah Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks and Eunice Derby, his wife. 

John Brooks, (1728-84), served in the militia 1778, under 
Capt. John White and Col. Abijah Stevens. He was born in 
Concord and died in Westminster, Mass. 

Also No. 1 1939. 

I 

MRS. SARAH THOMAS WILKINSON. 18697 

Born in Pembroke, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Fred C. Wilkinson. 

Descendant of Capt. EHjah Cushing and of EHjah Cushing, 
Jr., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Ira Thomas and Betsey Cushing, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elijah Cushing, Jr., and Anna Thomas, his wife. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Gushing and Elizabeth Barstow, his 
wife. 

Elijah Gushing, (1726 1807), commanded a company of 
minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was bom in Pem- 
broke where he died. His son Elijah served under his father 
as a private. 

MRS. MINNIE A. GLIDDEN. 18698 

Born in South Boston, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Harvey B. Glidden. 
Descendant of John Pool, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William H. Pride and Hannah Augusta Pool, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Galen Pool and Harriet Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Pool and Hanna Price, his wife. 

John Pool, (1754-1828), served as a private in Gapt. Fred- 
erick Pope's company, Col. Paul Dudley Sargeant's regiment, 
1775. He was born and died in Bridgewater. 

MISS ADELAIDE AURILLA SMITH. 18699 

Born in Stockbridge, Vermont. 

Descendant of Ghristopher Smith. 

Daughter of Milton Eliot Smith and Eunice Leonard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Smith and Elizabeth Green, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Smith and Abigail Mann, his 
wife. 

Christopher Smith, (1740- 1824), served as a private. He 
was born in Wrentham, Mass., and died in Barnard, Vt. 

MISS MARY E. BAKER. 18700 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Baker and of Sergt. Garret 
Sickles. 

Daughter of Elihu B. Baker and Mary J. F. Marsh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Baker and Mary Ann S. Radley, his wife; 
Lewis Marsh and Ann Rebecca Sickles, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret Osborn, his wife; 
Garret Sickels and Rachel Crane, his wife. 

Sec No. 18418. 

Daniel Baker, (1753-1814), served as corporal, 1775, and 

at the close of the war, held the rank of ensign. He was 
born and died in Westfield, N. J. 
Also Nos. 524, 4247, 10713. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 255 



MISS ELIZABETH H. MARSH. 18701 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Sergt. Garret Sickels. 

Daughter of Lewis Marsh and Ann Rebecca Sickles, his wife. 

See Nos. 18418, 18700. 

MISS SARAH A. BAILEY. 18702 

Born in Springfield, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Timothy Meeker and of Timothy Meeker, 
Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Samuel Bailey and Julia A. Meeker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Meeker and Mary Denman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Meeker, Jr., and Sarah Parsell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Meeker and Desire Gary, his 
wife. 

Timothy Meeker, (1709-98), was a minute man at Spring- 
field and with him was his son Timothy. He had eight sons 
and four sons-in-law in that battle. He was born in Elizabeth 
and died in Northfield, N. J. 

MRS. EMMA M. LEBKEUCHER, 18703 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 
Wife of A. Lebkeucher. 
Descendant of Capt. Robert Beavers, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Jacob Armstrong Stinson and Eliza Stewart Bennett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Stinson and Elizabeth Beavers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Beavers and Elizabeth Armstrong, 
his wife. 

Robert Beavers, (1747-1822), commanded a company in the 
first regiment of Sussex county militia. He was born in 
Sussex county and died in Mansfield township. 

Also No. 15923. 

MRS. KATHARINE HARRISON SAYRE. 18704 

Born in Essex County, New Jersey. 
Widow of William Archibald Sayre. 
Descendant of Ens. Joseph Harrison^ 3rd and of William 

Crane, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Philip Henry Harrison and Hester Anne Rogers 
Crane, his wife. 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Jared Freeman Harrison (1790-1862) and Eliza- 
beth B. Duryee (1789-1882), his wife; Josiah W. Crane (1786-1865) 
and Fannie Cockefair (1791-1867), his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Harrison, 3rd, and Rhoda Freeman 
(1751-1791), his wife; William Crane and Lydia Baldwin, his wife. 

Joseph Harrison, 3d, (1747-1837), served as ensign in 
the New Jersey Line. He was born and died in Livingston. 

William Crane, (1758-1832), was a private in the Essex 
county militia during the Revolution, and this, experience 
made his service valuable in the War of 1812. He was 
placed on the pension roll at the age of seventy-three. He 
was born and died in Cranetown, N. J. 

MISS EDITH LEE HARRISON. 18705 

Born in Roseland, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ens. Joseph Harrison, 3d, and of William 
Crane. 

Daughter of Philip Henry Harrison and Hester Anne Rogers 
Crane, his wife. 

See No. 18704. 

MRS. NELLIE HANFORD FURMAN. 18706 

Born in Sutter, California. 

Wife of Gilbert Monroe Furman. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Mead and of Levi Hanford. 

Daughter of Samuel Hanford and Helen Hatch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Mead Hanford and Polly McCall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Hanford and Mary Mead, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Mead and Mary Brush, his wife. 

John Mead, (1725-90), served in the legislature for nineteen 
years. He was colonel in the New York campaign and sub- 
sequently commanded the 4th Brigade. He was born and 
died in Greenwich, Conn. 

Also Nos. 1935, 7762, 16187, 17894. 

Levi Hanford, (1752-1854), was a minute man, taken pris- 
oner and confined in the Sugar House for seventeen months. 
The history of his prison life has been published. When the 
Sugar House was torn down, some of its timbers were con- 
verted into canes. In 185 1 as a survivor of the Sugar House 
prisoners he was sought for and awarded this precious relic. 
He was born in Norwalk, Conn., and died in Delaware Co., 
N. Y. 



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MRS. HENRIETTA SELLECK TAYLOR. 18707 

.Born in Danbury, Connecticut. 
Wife of Jerome Taylor. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jedediah Hull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Forman Selleck and Cordelia O'Banks, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sturges Selleck and Mary Chapman Hull, his 
wife, 

Gr. -granddaughter of Denny Hull and Mary Piatt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Hull and Mary Chapman, his 
wife. 

Jedediah Hull, (1732-96), served in the Canadian campaign 
and was at the battle of Ridgefield, 1777, under Gen. Djlvid 
Wooster. He was bom and died in Fairfield. 

Also Nos. 2763, 4173, 5326, 12027. 

MRS. FANNY TAYLOR YOUNG. 18708 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 
Wife of Charles Edwin Young. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jedediah Hull. 
Daughter of Jerome Taylor and Henrietta Selleck, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Forman Selleck and Cordelia 0*Banks, 
his wife. 
See No. 18707. 

MISS SUSAN MEEKER CLARK. 18709 

Born in Mt. Freedom, New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Clark, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Stephen Clark and Phebe Meeker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Clark and Phebe Axtcll, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Clark. 

John Clark served in the Light Horse of Essex county. 

MISS FANNIE MEEKER. 18710 

Born in 1801. 

Descendant of Caleb Meeker. 

Daughter of Caleb Meeker and Susan Skinner, his wife. 
Caleb Meeker, (1769-1815), served as fifer and was at the 
battle of Springfield. He was born and died in Springfield. 

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258 DAUGHTERS OF THK AME^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. FANNY CUMMINS COX. 18711 

Born in Smyrna, Delaware. 

Wife of Rowland Cox. 
Descendant of Hon. Jehu Davis, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Robert Hill and Frances Ann Cummins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Hill and Rhoda Davis, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jehu Davis and Rhoda Davis, his wife. 

Jehu Davis served on the Committee of Safety ; was Presi- 
dent of the Assembly, and acted as Governor of Delaware. 

MRS. ETHEL HOLMES NICHOLS. 18712 

Born in Amelia Court House, Virginia. 
Wife of Frederic C. Nichols. 

Descendant of Col. Edward Wigglesworth, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Augustus Dole Holmes and Hannah Maria Perry, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Wood Perry and Hannah Knapp, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dole and Katharine Wigglesworth, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Wigglesworth and Sarah Wig- 
glesworth, his wife. 

Edward Wigglesworth, (1746-1826), was appointed colonel, 

1776 and served under Gen. Horatio Gates. He resigned 
1779, and letters in the possession of the family show that his 
service was appreciated by the Commander-in-Chief. He 
was born in Ipswich and died in Newburyport. 
Also No. 16327. 

MRS. GERTRUDE ALLEN LIPPINCOTT HOOPES. 18713 

Born in Haddonfield, New Jersey. 

Wife of John Chambers Hoopes. 

Descendant of William Naglee and of WilUam Stockton. 

Daughter of Charles Lippincott and Sarah Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Hewlings Lippincott and Elizabeth Stock- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Stockton, Jr., and Mary Naglee, 
his wife (m. 1775). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Stockton and Mary Brian, his 
wife; William Naglee and Margaret Naglee, his wife. 

William Naglee served in the Philadelphia militia. He was 
born in Germantown, 1730. 




LINEAGE BCMDK. 259 



William Stockton, Jr., (1750-1836), gave civil service in 
New Jersey where he was bom and died. 
Also Nos. 16997, 17002. 

MRS. GERTRUDE EARLE LIPPINCOTT. 18714 

Born in Burlington County, New Jersey. 

Wife of Henry R. Lippincott. 

Descendant of Samuel Howell, Jr., of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard W. Earle and Mary Dawes Howell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Emlen Howell and Mary Whitlock 
Dawes, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Howell, Jr., and Margaret Emlen, 
his wife (m. 1771). 

Samuel Howell, Jr., (1748-1806), was an original member of 
the Light Horse of Philadelphia where he was born and died. 
Also No. 16045. 

MISS CAROLINE GREENLEAF KINGMAN. 18715 

Born in Trenton, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. David Kingman and of Ezra King- 
man, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederick Kingman and Sarah Wilson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Kingman (b. 1789) and Frances Howard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Kingman and Susanna Whitman, his 
wife (m. 1782). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Kingman and Abigail Hall, his 
wife (m. 1752). 

David Kingman, (1733-1803), commanded a company of 
Plymouth County militia at various alarms. He was born 
and died in Bridgewater. 

Ezra Kingman served several enlistments under his father. 
He was born in Bridgewater, 1756. 

Also No. 9208. 

MRS. MARIA L. TILTON. 18716 

Born in Egg Harbor, New Jersey. 
Wife of Daniel Tilton. 

Descendant of Parker Clark, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Capt. Thomas Murphy and Ann Clark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Parker Clark and Martha Leak, his wife. 



260 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Parker Clark, (1752- 1844), was a private in the Gloucester 
County militia. He received a pension for his service. He 
died at Port Republic. 

Also Nos. 3252, 9716. 

MRS. JOSIE DENNIS BALLIET. 18717 

Born in Atlantic County, New Jersey. 
Wife of L. D. Balliet, M. D. 

Descendant of Matthew Dennis and of David Dennis, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of Joel Dennis and Sarah Ann Risley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Dennis and Mary Ann Frambes, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Dennis and Lavizor Dennis, his 
wife. 

Matthew Dennis, (1720-1818), served in the militia of Glou- 
cester county. His son John was taken prisoner at Mon- 
mouth and died in the hands of the enemy. 

David Dennis, (1751-1835), was a private in the State 
troops when New Jersey was the battlefield. 

MRS. EMMA DENNIS BRADY. 18718 

Born in Delaware, Ohio. 
Wife of Jasper Ewing Brady. 

Descendant of Matthew Dennis and of David Dennis. 
Daughter of M. W. Dennis and Bertha Boston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Dennis and Sarah Ann Risley, his wife. 
See No. 18717. 

MRS. BERTHA BROKAW BOREN. 18719 

Born in Horlingen, New Jersey. 
Wife of Marcellus R. Boren. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Brokaw, John B. Bergen and 

Garrett Quick, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Peter Quick Brokaw and Christiana Bergen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Brokaw and Aletta Quick, his wife; 
Cornelius Bergen and Helen Van Deripe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Brokaw and Elizabeth Baird, his wife; 
Jacob Bergen and Mary McClown, his wife; Garret Quick and Cath- 
erine Stryker, his wife; John B. Bergen and Sarah Stryker, his wife 
(m. 1763). 

Gr.-gr.- granddaughter of John Brokaw and Maria Van Dervecr, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 261 



John Brokaw, (1735-77), was killed at Germantown. 
Also Nos. 5087, 7100, 13276. 

Garret Quick, (1761-1821), was a private at Monmouth. 
John B. Bergen, (1739- 1808), served in the militia. 
Also Nos. 10590, 16324. 

MRS. MYRA J. WARNER. 18720 

Born in Granville, Vermont. 

Wife of Milton J. Warner. 

Descendant of Isaac Cady, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Reuben Jenne and Wealthy Cady, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Cady and Eunice Houghton, his wife. 

Isaac Cady, (1765-1851), enlisted, 1782, for three years, 
served with the New Hampshire troops and received a 
pension. He was born in Bolton, Mass. ; died in Granville. 

MRS. AGNES SARTWELL BEARDSLEY. 18721 

Born in Auburn, New York. 

Wife of Alonzo G. Beardsley, Jr. 

Descendant of Lieut. Obediah Gore. 

Daughter of Henry J. Sartwell and Amarilla Beardsley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sherman Beardsley and Hannah Durkee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Elisha Durkee and Hannah Gore, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Obediah Gore and Anna Avery, his wife. 

Obediah Gore, (1744-1821), served as lieutenant in the Con- 
tinental army, 1777, and was retired 1781. He was born in 
Norwich, Conn., and died in Sheshequin, Pa. 

Also Nos. 7049, 8810. 

MRS. AMARILLA BEARDSLEY SARTWELL. 18722 

Born in Venice, New York. 

Wife of Henry J. Sartwell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Obediah Gore. 

Daughter of Sherman Beardsley and Hannah Durkee, his wife. 
See No. 18721. 

MRS. MELISSA STONE MOFFATT KNAPP. 18723 

Born in Deckertown, New Jersey. 
Wife of James G. Knapp. 
Descendant of Col. John Nicholson, of New York. 



262 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Benjamin Moffatt and Elizabeth Hulse, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James White Hulse and Rachel Nicholson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Nicholson. 

John Nicholson commanded a company in the New York 

Continental Line 1775 under Gen. Richard Montgomery and 
was with him when he fell at Quebec. He served as colonel 
of the Fourth New York, 1776. He was born in New Wind- 
sor; died in Orange County, 181 1, and is buried on his estate, 
beside his wife. 

MRS. MARION ISABELLA MOSHER. 18724 

Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Allen Mosher. 

Descendant of William Evans, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Cyrenus Wheeler and Thirza Dillingham Evans, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Evans and Meribah Dillingham, his 
' wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Evans and Thankful Evans, his wife. 

William Evans, (1755-1838), was at the siege of Boston and 
served several enlistments under different commands. He 
was placed on the pension roll of Bristol County at seventy- 
eight for service of private in the Continental Line. He was 
born and died in Berkley, Mass. 

MRS. ISABELLA LEAS McCARTHY. 18725 

Born in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Eugene F. McCarthy. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Stewart, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William B. Leas and Mary Geddes Stewart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Stewart and Isabella Creighead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Stewart and Eleanor McElwain, his 
wife. 

James Stewart, (1752-92), served as second Heutenant in 

the fifth company of Cumberland County Associators, under 
Col. James Dunlap, 1777. 

MRS. JESSIE KNAPP GATES. 18726 

Born in Auburn, New York. 
Wife of William Chauncy Gates. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 263 



Descendant of Conductor John Newcomb, of New York. 

Daughter of John Newcomb Knapp and Jane Elizabeth Shumway, 
his wife. 

' Granddaughter of John Turner Knapp and Theoda Newcomb, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Newcomb and Theoda Hunt, his wife. 

See No. 18078. 

MRS. FLORENCE SNOW LEE. 18727 

Born in Auburn, New York. 
Wife of Frederick Harvey Lee, D. D. S. 

Descendant of Philip Robinson, Job Shirley and David Snow, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Bradford Snow and Ann Elizabeth Robin- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Robinson, M. D., and Mary Ann Rob- 
inson, his wife; Simpkins Snow and Nancy Medora Shirley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Robinson and Mary Perry, his wife; 
Bradford Shirley and Mary Wilbur, his wife; Heman Snow and 
Dorcas Higgins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Job Shirley and Mary Wilbur (1757-1837), 
his wife; David Snow and Mary Cole, his wife. 

Philip Robinson, (1760-1843), served in the Massachusetts 
militia. He was placed on the pension roll of Yates County, 
N. Y., as private. He was born in Attleboro, Mass. 

Job Shirley, (1750-1842), served as a minute man and lived 
to receive a pension. He died in Pennyville, N. Y. 

David Snow, (1739-1810), served as a minute man, 1778, 
and acted as guard to the prisoners cast ashore at Cape Cod. 
He was born in Harwich, Mass. 

Also No. 14286. 

MISS HELEN FAIRCHILD SMITH. 18728 

Born in Middletown, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Childs, Dr. Timothy Childs, 
Col. James Easton and Maj. Benjamin Ledyard. 

Daughter of Augustus D. Smith and Catharine Rachel Childs, his 
wiie/' 

Granddaughter of Perry G. Childs and Catharine Ledyard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Timothy Childs and Rachel Easton, his 
wife (m. 1778); Benjamin Ledyard and Catharine Forman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Childs and Mary Wells, his 
wife (m. 1744),; James Easton and Rachel Seymour (d. 1751), his 
first wife. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Timothy Childs, (1720-81), commanded a company of 
Massachusetts miHtia in the Burgoyne campaign 1777. 

Timothy Childs, (1748-1821), led a company of minute men 
at the Lexington Alarm. He served as surgeon in Col. John 
Patterson's Berkshire County regiment. 

James Easton, (1728-96), was with Ethan Allen at Ticon- 
deroga and commanded a Berkshire County regiment in the 
invasion of Canada 1775. 

Benjamin Ledyard, (1753-1803), was captain of the First 
New York 1775; major, 1776; transferred, 1778 and resigned 
1779. He was an original member of the Cincinnati. He was 
born in Groton, Conn., died in Aurora, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 1 175, 2920, 6378, 10652. 

MISS MARY SNOW. 18729 

Born in Auburn, New York. 
Descendant of Philip Robinson, Job Shirley and David 

Snow. 

Daughter of Benjamin Bradford Snow and Ann Elizabeth Robin- 
son, his wife. 

See. No. 18727. 

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MRS. LOUISE MORGAN ZABRISKIE. 18730 

Born in Aurora, New York. 
Wife of Nicholas Lansing Zabriskie. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col., Ebenezer Avery, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Edwin B. Morgan and Charlotte F. Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Christopher Morgan, Jr., and Nancy Barber, 

his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Morgan and Deborah Ledyard, 

his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Ledyard and Mary Avery, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham 
(1709-57), his wife (m. 1726). 

Ebenezer Avery, (1704-80), resigned the command of the 
Eighth Regiment, 1776, on account of age. He was born 
and died in Groton. 

Also Nos. 6835, 7005, 881 1, 9926. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 265 



MRS. JULIA TARBOX FULLER. 18731 

Born in Scottsville, New York. 

Wife of Gardner Fuller. 

Descendant of Capt. David Tarbox, Ens. Elisha Mack, 
Deacon Ezra Brainerd and Capt. Nehemiah Brainerd, all of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Tarbox and Julia Brainerd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Tarbox, Jr., and Abigail Mack, his wife; 
Calvin Brainerd and Sarah Brainerd (daughter of Nehemiah), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Tarbox and Abigail Taylor, his wife; 
Elisha Mack and Mary Ellis, his wife; Ezra Brainerd (father of 
Calvin) and Jerusha Smith (b. 1741), his wife (m. 1762); Nehemiah 
Brainerd and Sarah Brainerd, his wife. 

David Tarbox commanded a company that marched to 
Westchester, 1776. He was born in Hebron, 1728 where he 
died. 

Elisha Mack, (1728-83), was ensign of the fifteenth com- 
pany, Twelfth Regiment of Connecticut militia. He was born 
in Connecticut and died in Middlefield, Mass. 

Ezra Brainerd, (1744-1837), represented Haddam in the 
Assembly, 1777-82. 

Also Nos. 8325, 9925, 10644, 1 1689. 

Nehemiah Brainerd was captain of the Third Alarm com- 
pany, 1777, and served in the Assembly from Haddam. 

MISS ANNIE E. BURROWS. 18732 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Descendant of Christopher Lester, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Roswell Lester Burrows and Maria Warner French, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Latham Avery Burrows and Sarah Lester, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Lester and Mary Fish, his wife. 

Christopher Lester, (1763-1827), was taken prisoner, con- 
fined on the "J^^"sey" and not exchanged until thought to be 
too feeble for service. He was bom and died in Groton. 

Also Nos. 1848, 2109, 16393. 

MRS. SARAH COLTON SIKES LYON. 18733 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Henry Lyon. 



266 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Reuben Sikes and of Seth Dwight, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Sikes and Clarinda Colton Simons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horace Sikes and Nancy Darby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Sikes and Lois Dwight, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Sikes and Thankful Buell, his 
wife; Seth Dwight and Joanna Kellogg, his wife. 

Reuben Sikes, (1730-1804), served as Deputy from Somers, 
to the General Assembly, 1776, and was appointed justice,. 
1777. He had two sons in the war. 

Seth Dwight, (1723-77), served as justice of the peace of 
Hartford county, 1777. 

Also Nos. 1573, 4985. 

MRS. ELLEN ELIZA WHITE. 18734 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Henry S. White. 

Descendant of Zoeth Eldredge, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Josiah Beardsley and Eliza Eldredge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zoeth Eldredge and Lois Dunton, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zoeth Eldredge and Bethia Hinckley, his 
wife. 

Zoeth Eldredge, (1751-1828), was a minute man, 1775, and 
enHsted, 1776, under Capt. Joseph Parsons and served in the 
New York campaign. He was born and died in Willington. 

MRS. ELLEN WHITE GRAVES. 18735. 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Luther Pomeroy Graves. 
Descendant of Zoeth Eldredge. 

Daughter of Henry S. White and Ellen Eliza Beardsley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Beardsley and Eliza Eldredge, his wife. 
See No. 18734. 

MRS. ANNIE PRATT CHITTENDEN. 1873& 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of John S. Chittenden. 
Descendant of Col. San.uel Fletcher. 
Daughter of Pascal P. Pratt and Phebe Lorenz, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Pratt and Sophia Fletcher, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and Mehitable Hazeltine.- 
his wife. 

See No. 18607. 



LINE^AGE BOOK. 267 



MRS. PHEBE CHITTENDEN RICHMOND. 18737 

Born in BufiFalo, New York. 
Wife of Theodore L. Richmond. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Fletcher. 

Daughter of John S. Chittenden and Annie Lorenz Pratt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Pascal P. Pratt and Phebe Lorenz, his wife. 
See No. 18607, 18736. 

MRS. PERSIS BENNETT BENSON. 18738 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Morris Benson. 

Descendant of Joseph Starr, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gates A. Bennett and Caroline Starr, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonah Starr and Phebe Middlebrook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Starr and Mary Benedict, his wife. 

Joseph Starr, (1726-1802), enlisted as a private in Capt. 
Nehemiah Waterman^s company, 1779. He was born and 
died in Danbury. 

MRS. CARRIE CYNTHIA BENSON BUSH. 18739 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Myron P. Bush. 
Descendant of Joseph Starr. 

Daughter of Morris Benson and Persis Bennett, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gates A. Bennett and Caroline Starr, his wife. 
See No. 18738. 

MRS. SUSAN PIERONNET PIERCE ANDERSON. 18740 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of William R. Anderson. 

Descendant of Capt. William Stewart and Lieut. Isaac Mul- 
ford Huntting, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Miller Pierce, LL. D., and Mary Jane Church, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Dennis Church and Mary Huntting Stewart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Henry W. Stewart and Phebe Sherrill, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Stewart and Catharine Rowe, his 
wife; Jeremiah Sherrill and Ruth Huntting, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Mulford Huntting and Ruth Strat- 
ton, his wife. 



268 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

William Stewart, (1738-88), signed the Association Test of 
Dutchess county and served as captain in the militia. 

Isaac Mulford Huntting, (1731-1812), was lieutenant of 
minute men and served with the Associators. He was bom 
in East Hampton, L. L, and died in Stamford, N. Y. 

MRS. LOUISE WRIGHT PERKINS. 18741 

Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
, Wife of Frank R. Perkins. 
Descendant of Stephen Wright, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Wallace Wright and Eleanor Herdman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Wright and Sarah Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wright and Sarah Prescott, (1765- 
1817) his wife, (m. 1787). 

Stephen Wright, (1764-1857), was a drummer at the battle 

of White Plains. He received a pension for his service. He 

was born in Westford and died in Shelburne, Mass. 
Also Nos. 16902, 17792. 

MRS. CARRIE LAMB PENNELL. 18742 

Born in Norwich, Connecticut. 

Wife of Arthur Reed Pennell. 

Descendant of David Gardiner, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Winslow Lamb and Alice M. Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry King Clark and Almena Loomis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Joel Loomis and Alice Chapell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Chapell and Sarah Gardiner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Gardiner and Jemima Gustine, 
his wife. 

David Gardiner, (1720-96), served in the militia. He was 

born and died in Bozrah. 
MRS. ALICE M. STOWITS CANT. 18743 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of Roderick Johnson Cant. 
Descendant of Michael Stowits and of Jeremiah Michael 

McCartney, of New York. 

Daughter of Cola D. R. Stowits and A. Maria Stowits, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. George H. Stowits and Adeline Gibson, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 269 



Gr.-granddaughter of George M. Stowits and Mary McCartney, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Stowits and Amaryllas Bellinger, 
his wife; Jeremiah Michael McCartney. 

Michael Stowits served with the Tryon County troops 
under Gen. Nicholas Herkimer. He was taken prisoner in 
1 781, and held to the close of the war. His wife was one 
of the women who held Fort Plain while the men were at 
Oriskany. The prowling Indians thought the fort was gar- 
risoned as the women wore soldier hats. 

Jeremiah Michael McCartney, (1753-1831), was placed on 
the pension roll of Montgomery Co., N. Y., 1818, for service 
of private in the North Carolina Line. 

MRS. HARRIET HOPKINS HUMBURCH. 18744 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Wife of Frederick C. Humburch. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Fowle, Ichabod Hopkins, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nelson Kerr Hopkins and Louise A. Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Pratt and Maria Fowle, his wife; Gen. 
Timothy S. Hopkins and Nancy Ann Kerr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Fowle and Rhoda Clap, his wife; 
Ichabod Hopkins and Sarah Bigelow, his wife (widow of Elias 
Ransom). 

Nathaniel Fowle, (1749-1817), served as a private under 
Capt. Hezekiah Russell in the Hampshire county regiment. 

Ichabod Hopkins, (1744-1819), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Correspondence of Great Barrington where he was 
born and died. 

MRS. HELEN MARIA HOPKINS HODGE. • 18745 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of William C. Hodge. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Fowle and of Ichabod Hopkins. 
Daughter of Nelson Kerr Hopkins and Louise A. Pratt, his wife. 
See No. 18744. 

MRS. ELIZABETH TROWBRIDGE DARLINGTON. 18746 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 
Wife of J. A. Darlington. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Isaac Cooke, Lemuel Cooke, 
Lieut. John Trowbridge and Asa Huntington. 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Lewis Beele Trowbridge and Cornelia Cooke, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lothrop Cooke and Sophia Dehart, his wife; 
Elias Trowbridge and Harriet Huntington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Cooke and Betsey Bates, his wife; 
John Trowbridge and Thankful Doolittle, his wife; Asa Hunting- 
ton and Polly Hine, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Cooke and Martha Cooke, his wife. 

Isaac Cooke, (1739- 18 10), entered the army as captain and 
served as lieutenant colonel of militia at the close of the 
war. He was born in Wallingford, Conn., and died in Lewis- 
ton, N. Y. 

Lemuel Cooke was placed on the pension roll of Niagara 
county, N. Y., 1818, and repensioned 1832 for service of pri- 
vate in the Conn. Continental Line. 

John Trowbridge, (1748-91), served under different com- 
mands in the Connecticut Line until the close of the war. 

Also Nos. 2400, 3491, 61 16, 7990, 14628, 15034. 

Asa Huntington served as a private in Capt. Robert Wal- 
ker's company of Connecticut militia at Fort Stanwix, 1776. 

MISS ALICE NORMAN PARMELEE. 18747 

Born in Buffalo, New York. 

Descendant of Ezra Jones, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Horace Hall Parmelee and Marietta M. Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Roys Jones (1784-1850) and Lydia Farrar (1784- 
1846), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Ezra Jones (1752-1841) and Esther 
Roys, his second wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Jones and Elizabeth Jenison (1731- 
1820), his wife. 

Ezra Jones, (1726-1818), gave civil service in Claremont. 

MRS. ELIZABETH POTTER KING. 18748 

Born in Oswego, New York. 

Wife of Joseph Lyman King. 

Descendant of Lieut. Eleazer Grant and of Capt. Abraham 
Bradley, of New York. 

Daughter of Abraham Phineas Grant and Elizabeth Miller Potter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Grant and Minerva Bradley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Grant and Mary Lathrop, his wife; 
Abraham Bradley and Hannah Baldwin, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 2/1 



Eleazer Grant, (1748-1806), served as lieutenant 1775 and 
as quartermaster, 1778. He was born arid died in Canaan. 

Abraham Bradley, (1731-1824), commanded a company 
from Litchfield in the New York campaign, 1776. He was 
bom in Guilford, Conn., and died in Verona, N. Y. 

MRS. GERTRUDE FASSETT JONES. 18749 

Born in Springfield, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Hon. William Folwell Jones. 

Descendant of Capt. John Fassett and of Capt. Jonathan 
Fassett. 

Daughter of Isaac Wheeler Fassett and Cynthia Parmenter Brown, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Fassett and Miriam Rugg Wheeler, his 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Fassett and Mary Montague, his 
wife (m. 1764). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Fassett and Mary Wolley, his wife 
(m. 1741). 

John Fassett, (1720-94), served as captain and as a mem- 
ber of the Assembly from Bennington. He was born in 
Cambridge, Mass., and died in Bennington, Vt. 

Also No. 1 1736. 

Jonathan Fassett, (1745- 1825), served on the Board of War 
of Vermont and in the Assemblly. He was born in Bradford, 
Mass., and died in Bakersfield, Vt. 

MRS. LYDIA DOBBINS THORNTON. • 18750 

Born in Troy, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of James Thornton. 

Descendant of Capt. John Fassett, Capt. Jonathan Fassett 
and James McKean. 

Daughter of Daniel Dobbins and Miriam Fassett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Fassett and Miriam Wheeler, his wife; 
John Dobbins and Rebecca McKean, his wife. 

See No. 18749. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James McKean and Jane Scott, his wife. 

James McKean, (1745-97), served as a private in Capt. 
James A. Wilson's company of Pennsylvania militia. 

MISS GERTRUDE ELOISE THORNTON. 18751 

Born in Wellsville, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. John Fassett, Capt. Jonathan Fassett 
and James McKean. 



2^2 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN RE\*OLUTION. 

Daughter of James Thornton and Lydia Dobbins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Dobbins and Miriam Fassett, his wife. 
See No. 18749- 

MISS MIRIAM EAGER THORNTON. 1875^ 

Born in Wellsville, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. John Fassett, Capt. Jonathan Passett 
and James McKean. 

Daughter of James Thornton and Lydia Dobbins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Dobbins and Miriam Fassett, his wife. 
See No. 18749. 

MRS. TRYPHENA CHAMBERLAIN BREWER. 18755 

Born in Belfast, New York. 

Wife of John Brewer. 

Descendant of Benjamin Chamberlain, of New York. 

Daughter of Calvin Tibbetts Chamberlain and Louisa F. Chamber- 
lain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Chamberlain and Betsey Chamberlain, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Chamberlain and Tryphena Tib- 
bets, his wife. 

Benjamin Chamberlain, (1757-1847), was in the expedition 
to Quebec ; at Bunker Hill where he was wounded, and served 
to the close of the war. He died in Cattauraugus Co., N. Y. 

MRS. ANGELICA CHURCH HART. 18754 

Born in Belvidere, New York. 
Wife of Rev. E. P. Hart. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Philip Schuyler and of Brig. Gen. 

Walter Stewart, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Church and Mary Helen McKim, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Church and Anna Matilda Stewart, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John B. Church and Angelica Schuyler, his 
wife; Walter Stewart and Deborah McClenachan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter oi Philip Schuyler and Catharine Van 
Rennssclaer, his wife. 

Philip Schuyler, (1733-1804), was appointed one of the four 
major generals. Continental army, 1775. He was an officer 
of fine ability and unswerving integrity. He was bom and 

died in Albany. 

Also Nos. 3546, 7878. 



LINAGE BOOK. 273 



Walter Stewart, (1755-96), served as captain, 1775; aide de 
camp to Gates 1776; colonel 1777 and retired 1783 with the 
rank of brigadier general. He was presented by Congress 
with a sword and promoted for meritorious service. His 
full length portrait is in Trumbuirs picture of the Surrender 
of Cornwallis. He died in Philadelphia. 

MRS. CLARA HAPGOOD HIGGINS SMITH. 18755 

Born in Bushford, New York. 

Wife of Frank Sullivan Smith. 

Descendant of Asa Hapgood, Asa Hapgood, Jr., Charles 
Bowker, Ebenezer Towne, Elijah Towne and Israel Higgins. 

Daughter of Orrin Thrall Higgins and Lucia Cornelia Hapgood, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bates Turner Hapgood and Alzina Taylor, his 
wife; Timothy Higgins, Jr., and Elmira Thrall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Hapgood, Jr., and Jeanie Bowker, his 
wife; Silas Taylor and Lydia Towne, his wife; Timothy Higgins 
and Lucy Whitmore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Bowker and Eunice Stone, his 
wife; Ebenezer Towne and Azuba Wheelock, his wife; Israel Hig- 
gins and Elizabeth Aiken, his second wife (m. 1753); Asa Hapgood 
and Anna Bowker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Towne and Lydia Locke (d. 
1771), his wife. 

Asa Hapgood, (i 728-1 791), was a delegate to the Provin- 
cial Congress and a member of the Convention that framed 
the State Constitution. He was chairman of the Committee 
of Safety, 1775, of Barre, Mass. 

Asa Hapgood, Jr., (1759- 1823), enlisted, 1777, as a private 
and served to the close of the war. 

Charles Bowker, (1747-1792), served as corporal at the 
Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Scituate, Mass. 

Ebenezer Towne, (1744-78), enlisted from Oxford, Mass., 
and died at Valley Forge. 

Elijah Towne served in the early wars and commanded a 
company in the Revolution. He was born in Oxford, 1719. 

Israel Higgins, (1728-94), who had served in the early 
wars, was a volunteer in the Revolution. He was born in 
Eastham, Mass., died in Middleown, Conn. He had four 
patriot brothers, and Sylvanus died on a prison-ship. 

18 



274 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS SUSAN SOPHIA JENNINGS. 18756 

Born in Belfast, New York. 

Descendant of Elijah Winchel, of New York. 

Daughter of Christopher Jennings and Susan Sophia Reese, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reese and Letitia Winchel (b. 1779), his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Winchel and Letitia Lattimore, his 
wife. 

Elijah Winchel enlisted as a minute man from Schaghti- 

coke and was acting as bearer of dispatches from Gen. Philip 

Schuyler when mortally wounded, 1781. 

MRS. FRANCES E. PARKER MORRIS. 18757 

Born in Rutland, Vermont. 

Descendant of Capt. George Earl, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Alvan Earl Parker and Sarah Parker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elijah Parker and Mary Earl, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Earl and Mary Rice Baker, his wife. 
George Earl, (1735-1806), commanded a company of Ches- 
ter militia and served on the Committee of Safety. 

MRS. MARY HELEN CHURCH GILPIN. 18578 

Born in Amity, New York. 
Wife of Henry E. Gilpin. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Philip Schuyler and Brig. Gen. 

Walter Stewart. 
Daughter of Richard Church and Mary Helen McKim, his wife. 
See No. 18754. 

MISS MARY WATERS EDGERTON. 18759 

Born in Nineveh, New York. 
Descendant of Roger Edgerton and of Capt. Matthew Cole, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Franklin Kdgerton and Julia Taggart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hial Edgerton and Lydia Patrick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Edgerton and Betsey Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Cole and Lois Tyler, his wife. 

Roger Edgerton, (1761-1844), was placed on the pension 
roll of Chenango county, N. Y., at the age of seventy-two, 
for service of private in the Connecticut Continental Line. 



IvlNEAGE BOOK. 275 



Matthew Cole, (1746-1826), commanded a company when 
Tryon invaded the Colony. He was born and died in Sharon. 
Also Nos. 3942, 10909, 121 14. 

MISS EMILY S. EDGERTON. 18760 

Born in Nineveh, New York. 

Descendant of Roger Edgerton and of Capt. Matthew Cole. 
Daughter of Hial Edgerton and Lydia Patrick, his wife. 
See No. 18759. 

MRS. MARY M. COOKE WATERMAN. 18761 

Born in Sherburne, New York. 

Descendant of Charles Cooke, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Charles Philip Cooke and Maria Emmeline Reynolds, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Cooke and Hannah Thomas, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Cooke and Anne Greene, his wife. 

Charles .Cooke, (1747-1817), although a Quaker, served in 
the Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Scituate. 

MRS. EMILIE BRASS TROWBRIDGE. 18762 

Born in Bremen, Germany. 

Wife of William Grant Trowbridge. 

Descendant of Dr. Samuel Stringer, John Bay and Rev. 
Joseph Treat. 

Daughter of Charles W. Brass and Anna Bay (1829-1892), his wife. 

Granddaughter of John W. Bay, M. D. (1799-1878) and Elizabeth 
Treat (1795- 1837), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Samuel Treat and Gertrude Stringer, 
his wife; William Bay (1773-1865) and Katherine Van Ness (i777- 
1864), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stringer and Rachel Van Der 
Heyden, his wife; John Bay and Ann Williams, his wife; Rev. 
Joseph Treat and Elizabeth Woodruflf, nee Bryant, his wife. 

Samuel Stringer, (1734-1817), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Albany, 1775, when he was appointed Di- 
rector General of Hospitals in the Northern Department. 
He loaned money to the Continental Congress to carry on the 
war. He was born in Maryland ; died in Albany, N. Y. 

John Bay, (1743-1818), was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Albany, 1775. He was born in Maryland and died 
in Claverack, N. Y. 



276 DAUGHTERS OK THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Joseph Treat, (1734-1797), was commissioned chaplain, Col. 
William Malcolm's regiment 1776. He was at that time pas- 
tor of the First Presbyterian Church in NeW York City. He 
was bom in Abington, Pa. 

MISS LILLA MILLER. 18763 

Born in Mount Morris, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Anthony A. Rutgers, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Rutgers Miller and Sarah Stanton Townsend, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of David A. Miller and Maria C. Gale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Henry Arnold Gale and Cornelia Rut- 
gers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Anthony A. Rutgers and Gertrude Gou- 
veneur, his wife. 

Anthony A. Rutgers, (1742-84), was appointed captain of 
Artillery, was speaker of the Provincial Congress, and on 
the committee to draft the constitution of the State. He was 
born in New York City and died in Newark, N. J. 

Also Nos. 10553, 14152, 15027. 

MRS. MARY OLIVIA GAUNTLETT BROOKS. 18764 

Born in Ithaca, New York. 

Wife of Arthur Benjamin Brooks. 

Descendant of Joseph Burritt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John P. Gauntlett and Susan Jane Burritt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Burritt and Asenath Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Burritt and Sally Uflford, his wife. 

Joseph Burritt, (1758-1830), served as a private in the Con- 
necticut militia under Capt. George Benjamin and Col. Sam- 
uel Whiting. He was born and died in Stratford. 

MRS. MARY J. BACON. 18765 

Born in Hoosic, New York. 
Wife of Dr. Charles J. Bacon. 
Descendant of Capt. David Moore, Edward Dyer and 

Henry Dyer. 

Daughter of Lorenzo March and Diantha Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John March and Olive Dyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob March and Ellanor Moore, his wife; 
Henry Dyer and Sarah Coy, his wife (m. 1787). 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Moore and Ellanor Rice, his wife; 
Edward Dyer and Elisabeth Fish, his wife (m. 1750). 

David Moore, (1729-94), commanded a company of Wor- 
cester county militia, 1779. He was born in Leicester, Mass. 

Edward Dyer, (1725-88), and six sons served in the defense 
of Rhode Island. He was born in North Kingston, R. I., 
and died in White Creek, N. Y., where upon his tomb is in- 
scribed "Captain." 

Henry Dyer, (1759-1855)^ enlisted in Capt. Peter Wright's 
company of Rhode Island militia, 1776. He was born in 
North Kingston, R. L, and died in Manchester, Vt. 

Also No. 3075. 

MISS JANE PENFIELD DISBROW. 18766 

Born in New Rochelle, New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jesse Penfield. 

Daughter of Thomas Lafayette Disbrow and Susan Wood Pen- 
field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Fowler Penfield and Jane De Milt, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jesse Penfield and Polly Upson, his wife. 

Jesse Penfield, (1761-1834), served in the Canadian cam- 
paign, 1775, and in Wadsworth's Brigade at the battle of 
Long Island. He was placed on the pension roll, 1818, of 
Oneida county, N. Y., for service of private in the Connecticut 
Line. He was born in Connecticut and died in Camden, N. Y. 

Also No. 15181. 

MISS EDITH BURR. 18767 

Born in Westport, Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Burr, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Lindsley Burr and Charlotte Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Burr and Sarah Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Burr and Sarah Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Burr and Amelia Goodsell, his 
wife. 

Ezenezer Burr, (1761-1819), was a minute man and served 
several enlistments under different commands. He was bori^ 
and died in Fairfield county. 

Also No. \TZ77' 



278 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. FANNIE W. BERRI. 18768 

Born in Champlain, New York. 

Wife of William Berri. 

Descendant of Salathiel Bump. 

Daughter of Andrew J. Moses and Martha Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Artemas Moses and Lydia Bump, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Salathiel Bump and Mary Strong, his wife. 

Salathiel Bump, (1760-1842), served as a private in the 
Dutchess county, New York Regiment. He was born in 
Amenia, N. Y., and died in Salisbury, Vt. 

Also Nos. 8634, 12200. 

MRS. ADA RUE De GRAUW. 18769 

Born in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. 

Wife of Frederick Louis De Grauw. 

Descendant of Col. William Scudder, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Edward Lanning and Mary Rue Scudder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Scudder and Rebecca Rue, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Scudder and Abigail Wetherill, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Scudder and Sarah Van Dyke, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Scudder and Abia Rowe, his 
wife. 

William Scudder, (1739-93), commanded a regiment at the 
battle of Monmouth and served to the close of the war. He 
was born in Huntington, L. I., and died in Lawrenceville, N. 
J. His brother Nathaniel lost his life in battle. 

Also No. 4248. 

MRS. MARY WATERS EDSON. 18770 

Born in Milford, New York. 

Wife of Benjamin Edson. 

Descendant of Judah Waters, of New York. 

Daughter of Simeon Waters and Harriet L. Haines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Waters and Relief Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judah Waters and Olive Fuller, his wife. 

Judah Waters, (1758-1838), was placed on the pension roll 
of Otsego Co., N. Y., at the age of seventy-five, for service 
of private in the Mass. Continental Line. He was born in 
Sutton, Mass., and died in Milford, N. Y. 



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MRS. VIRGINIA BURNHAM GODDARD. 18771 

Born in Sackett's Harbor, New York. 

Wife of James Frederick Goddard. 

Descendant of Rev. Obediah Noble. 

Daughter of Dyer Noble Burnham and Sylvia Ellis Fifield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Burnham and Rebecca Noble, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Obediah Noble and Rebecca White, his wife. 

Obediah Noble, (1739-1829), was chaplain in Col. David 
Hobart's regiment that marched to reenforce the army at Sara- 
toga. He served as private in the Vermont militia, 1781. He 
was born in Sheffield, Mass., and died in Tinmouth, Vt. 

MRS. SARAH CONKLIN HIGGINS. 18772 

Born in Huntington, New York. 
Descendant of Corp. Ezra Conkling, of New York. 

Daughter of Ezra Conklin and Jane Amanda Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ezra Conkling and Sarah Piatt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Conkling and Ruth Ketcham, his 
wife. 

Ezra Conkling, (1756-1831), was corporal in Capt. John 
Wickes' company, Col. Josiah Smith's regiment at the battle 
of Long Island. He was born and died in Huntington. 

MRS. EVELINE BURR HOWE. 18773 

Born in Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Wife of James R. Howe. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Burr, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Burr and Sarah Nichols, his wife. 
See No. 18767. 

MRS. VIRGINIA GODDARD LAWRENCE. 18774 

Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Wife of Frederick Robertson Lawrence. 
Descendant of Rev. Obediah Noble. 

Daughter of James Frederick Goddard and Virginia Burnham, hia 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dyer Noble Burnham and Sylvia Ellis Fifield, 
his wife. 

See No. 18771. 



28o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. EMILY LOUISE ALDEN THOMSON. 18775 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of Capt. James Peter Thomson. 

Descendant of John Ellsworth, of New York. 

Daughter of James Weeks Alden and Anna Margaret Williams, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Lane Williams and Margaret Ellsworth, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ellsworth and Margaret King, his wife. 
John Ellsworth, (1756-1844), was placed on the pension roll 
of Chenango county at seventy-six, for service of private in 
the New York militia. 

18776 

MRS. HANNAH E. VAN WART PESINGER. 18777 

Born in Greenburg, New York. 

Wife of John J. Pesinger. 

Descendant of Isaac Van Wart, of New York. 

Daughter of Alexander Van Wart and Esther Fowler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Van Wart and Rachel Storms, his wife. 

Isaac Van Wart, (1758-1828), was one of the three militia 
men who captured Andre, 1780. The history of the event 
told by his son Alexander, was published when the Centen- 
nial was held at Tarrytown, where a monument has been 

erected. 
Also Nos. 2272, III 141, 15162. 

MRS. LOUISE VAN BRUNT BULL. 18778 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Bull. 

Descendant of Nicholas Van Brunt, of New York. 

Daughter of Nicholas Van Brunt and Adele Becae, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert N. Van Brunt and Mary Holmes, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicnlrts Van Brunt and Mary WyckoflF, his 
wife. 

Nicholas Van Brunt, ( 1749-1802), resisted the use of his 

docks by the British. He was captured and suffered many 
privations. He was born and died in New Utrecht. 
Also No. 15822. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 281 



MRS. LEONORA LANPHEAR PHIPARD. 18779 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 

Wife of Charles K. Phipard. 

Descendant of Samuel Lanphear, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George S. Lanphear and Susan E. Rose, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Truman Lanphear and Hannah Crandall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Crandall and Nancy Lanphear, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lanphear. 

Samuel Lanphear enlisted from Westerly, 1778, in Col. 

John Topham's regiment. He was taken prisoner and died 

on the prison ship "Jersey." He was born in Westerly, 1723. 
Also No. 14272. 

MISS SUSAN A. SHERMAN. * 18780 

Born in Sandwich, New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Thomas Sherman, of Massachusetts ; Lieut. 
Samuel Piper, Ens. Moses Flanders and Joseph Hoyt, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Enoch Wood Piper Sherman and Julia Maria Hoit, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony Sherman and Sally Piper, his wife; 
Gen. Daniel Hoit and Sarah Flanders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Piper and Sally Norris, his wife; 
Thomas Sherman and Betsey Keith, his wife; Moses Flanders and 
Elizabeth Bachelder, his wife; Joseph Hoyt and Betsey Folsom (1744- 
1834), his wife. 

Thomas Sherman, (1754-1846), served as a private and 
subsequently as paymaster. He was born in Rochester, 
Mass., and died in Lebanon, Me. 

Samuel Piper, 1753-1813), enlisted as a drummer, 1775, 
and rose to lieutenant, 1780. He was born in Stratham and 
died in London, N. H. 

Moses Flanders, (1737-1803), served as an ensign in an 
alarm company. He was born in Salisbury, Mass., and died 
in London, N. H. 

Also No. 15164. 

Joseph Hoyt, (1751-88), was a signer of the Association 
Test. He was born in Brentwood ; died in Sandwich, N. H. 



282 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMEIRICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. ELIZA HOYT SHERMAN ELLS. 18781 

Born in Sandwich, New Hampshire. 

Wife of Edgar S. Ells. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Piper, Thomas Sherman, En- 
sign Moses Flanders and Joseph Hoyt. 

Daughter of Enoch Wood Piper Sherman and Julia Maria Hoity 
his wife. 

See No. 18780. 

MRS. NANCIE SNELL JONES. 18782 

Born in Minden, New York. 
Wife of Marvin A. Jones. 
Descendant of Frederick Snell, of New York 

Daughter of Hiram Snell and Catharine E. Roof, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick N. Snell and Elizabeth Snell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Snell. 

Frederick Snell born in Germany, was a private at the 
battle of Oriskanv where he was killed. His name is in- 
scribed on the monument erected on the battlefield. 

MISS DAISY E. LOUNSBERY. 18783 

Born in Randall, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Edward Lounsbery, and of John 

Walker, of New York. 

Daughter of Louis Lounsbery and Mary Ann Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Lounsbery and Lucy Howe, his wife; 
Peter Martin and Jeanette Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Lounsbery and Jane Du Boise, hi» 
second wife; John Walker and Jemima Downer, his wife. 

Edward Lounsbery, (1738-1809), served as captain-lieuten- 
ant, 1776; was promoted captain, 1777, and resigned 1778. 
He was born in Kingston, and died in Marbletown, N. Y. 

Also No. 17444. 

John Walker, (1755-1834), was placed on the pension roll of 
Oneida county, 181 8, for five years' actual service of private 
in the Pennsylvania Line. He died in Oneida Co., N. Y. 

MRS. JENNIE COX MILLER. 18784. 

Born in Minden, New York. 
Wife of Irwin Miller. 

Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Cox. 

Daughter of Dewitt C. Cox and Emily Grouse, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 283 



Granddaughter of Ebenezer Cox (1775- 1847) and Nancy Keller, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Cox and Margaret Klock, his wife. 

Ebenezer Cox was colonel of the Canajoharie regiment at 
the battle of Oriskany where he was killed. 

MRS. ELSIE SNELL TIMERMAN. 18785 

Born in Minden, New York. 
Wife of Lincoln A. Timerman. 

Descendant of Capt. Johannis Roof, of New York. 
Daughter of Hiram Snell and Catharine Roof, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Roof and Elizabeth Moyer, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Roof and Maria Keller, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Johannis Roof and Annie Marie 
Leonardo, his wife. 
Johannis Roof, (1730-98), was captain of Tryon County 

Exempts and served in the defense of Fort Stanwix. He was 
born in Baden, Germany, and died in Canajoharie, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 5185, 17221. 

MRS. ETTA SOPER SMITH. 18786 

Born in Rome, New York. 

Wife of William Penn Smith. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Martin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Albert Soper and Esther Farquharson, his wife. 

Gramldaughter of Philonder Soper and Jerusha Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Martin and Jerusha Humphrey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Martin (1732-1806) and Su- 
sanna Kent, his wife. 

See No. 18453. 

MRS. MARGARET BELLINGER DEVENDORF. 18787 

Born in Herkimer, New York. 
Wife of Irving R. Devendorf. 
Descendant of Col. Peter Bellinger, Lieut. Col. Frederick 

Bellinger, of New York. 

Daughter of Jacob G. Bellinger and Mary Graham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher C. Bellinger and Margaret Weber, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher C. Bellinger and Nancy Harter, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Bellinger and Catherine 
Weber, his wife. 



284 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 



Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Bellinger and Alida Herkimer, 
his wife. 

Peter Bellinger, (1726-1813), commanded a Tryon county 
regiment under his brother-in-law, Gen. Nicholas Herkimer. 
He was at the battle of Oriskany and served in the militia to 
protect the frontier, as did also his son Frederick. 

Also Nos. 3245, 10179, 12422, 13854, 

MRS. IDA DOTY WHITFIELD. 18788 

Born in Ilion, New York. 
Wife of James Alfred Whitfield. 
Descendant of Daniel Harrington and of Samuel Doty. 

Daughter of Abner E. Doty and Caroline Hooker Harrington, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abijah Doty and Lucinda Blinn, his wife; Ben- 
jamin Harrington and Abigail Hooker Pelton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Doty and Anna Shepard, his wife; 
Heber Harrington and Hannah Whitford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Harrington and Dorcas Cutler, 
his wife. 

Daniel Harrington enlisted as a matross in Capt. Benjamin 
Durkee*s company that served in Wyoming. 

Samuel Doty, (1756-1843), served as a private in Col. 
Goose Van Schaick's regiment of New York militia. He was 
taken prisoner and confined on a prison ship in New York 
Harbor. He was born in Sharon, Conn., and died in Mont- 
gomery Co., N. Y. 

MRS. MARY HOVER HATHEWAY. 18789 

Born in Stuyvesant, New York. 

Wife of Rev. Charles Harrison Hatheway. 

Descendant of Justus Hinman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James A. Hover and Rachel A. Hinman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Van Vleck Hinman and Laura Van Note, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Justus Hinman (1775-1856) and Alice Spen- 
cer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Justus Hinman and Abigail Summers, 
his wife. 

Justus Hinman was a private in the Thirteenth Regiment, 

Connecticut militia, 1776, under Capt. Heicock. He was bom 
in Stratford, Conn., 1752. 



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MISS SARAH BRIGGS FURMAN. 18790 

Born in Lancaster, New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Furman and of Sergt. Moses 
Stone, Jr. 

Daughter of Charles Edwin Furman and Helen Potter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Charles Edwin Furman, D. D., and Harriet 
Emmeline Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Furman /and Elizabeth Gazley, his 
wife; Joseph Johnson and Abigail Stone (b. 1790), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Stone, Jr., and Abigail Learned, 
his second wife (m. 1785). 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Stone (1723-1790) and Hannah 
Taintor, his second wife (m. 1746). 

Samuel Furman, (1753-1829), served as a private in the 
New York militia. 

Moses Stone, Jr., (1749-1803), served as corporal at the 
battle of Bunker Hill, and sergeant at Ticonderoga. He was 
born and died in Watertown, Mass. 

Also No. 14760. 

MISS HELEN POTTER FURMAN. 18791 

Born in Rochester, New York. 
Descendant of Samuel Furman and of Sergt. Moses 
Stone, Jr. 
Daughter of Charles Edwin Furman and Helen Potter, his wife. 
See No. 18790. 

MRS. ALICE POTTER HOWARD. 18792 

Born in Adam's Basin, New York. 

Wife of Walter James Howard. 

Descendant of Benjamin Sayre. 

Daughter of Alfred Benedict Potter and Huldah Thayer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Sayre Potter and Harriet Benedict, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Job Potter and Mary Sayre, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Sayre and Sarah Littell Frazee, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Sayre, (1743-1810), was a minute man in the 
Essex county. New Jersey, militia. He was born in Elizabeth, 
N. J., and died in Milton, Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 15208, 17457. 



286 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. EVA LOOMIS HOWE. 18793 

Born in Wilmington, Delaware. 

Wife of John Howe. 

Descendant of Abel Adjims, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Loomis and Evalina Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asahel Smith and Betsey Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Adams and Rossene Cossett, his wife. 

Abel Adams, (1756-1829), served at the siege of Boston 
under Capt. Abel Pettibone and Col. Joseph Spencer. He 
was born and died in Simsbury, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3422, 8329, 15398. 

MISS FLORENCE Mac ALPINE. 18794 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Descendant of Benjamin Sayre. 

Daughter of Byron Daniel MacAlpine and Susan Potter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Sayre Potter and Harriet Benedict, his 
wife. 
See No. 18792. 

MRS. ROBERTA L. BROWN WEED. 18795 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of John Lighthall and of Dr. David Holmes. 

Daughter of Robert C. Brown and Louise M. Lovett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harry Lovett and Sarah Lighthall, his wife; 
Lucius Henry Brown. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lighthall and Nancy Vail Slyke, his 
wife; Merritt Brown and Asenath Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Holmes. 

See No. 18288. 

John Lighthall, (1759-1835), enlisted for the war in the 

First Regiment of Foot, 1776. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Schenectady county, 1818, for service of private m the 
New York Line. He was born in Holland and died in Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 
Also No. 17724. 

MRS. ELEANOR HORTENSE ALMOND. 18796 

Born in Hinsdale, New Hampshire. 
Wife of T. R. Almond. 

Descendant of Paul Fitch, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Cyrus S. Tolman and Joanna Batchelder Poor, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of Joseph Tolman and Susannah Fitch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Fitch and Mary Jaquith, his wife. 
Paul Fitch, (1744-1818), served from Rindge in the New 
Hampshire militia under Capt. Salmon Stone, 1777. 

MRS. FLORENCE ROSINA CATLIN ROGERS. 18797 

Born in Peekskill, New York. 
Wife of Clarence De Witt Rogers. 
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Catlin. 

Daughter of Austin H. Catlin and Rosina F. Burnham, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Guy Catlin and Julia A. Guernsey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Catlin and Elizabeth Landon, his wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Catlin and Avis Buel, his wife. 
See No. 18422. 

MRS. EDITH BECKWITH SMITH. 18798 

Born in West Granville, New York. 

Wife of Charles Herbert Smith. 

Descendant of Col. James Abeel. 

Daughter of Henry W. Beckwith and Louisa Abeel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Neilson Abeel and Caroline Lawrence, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Neilson Abeel and Mary Stille, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Abeel and Gertrude Neilson, his 
wife. 

James Abeel, (1733-1825), was captain in Col. John Lasher's 
regiment of New York city militia, and major of the First 
Regiment of Levies, 1776. He was deputy quartermaster gen- 
eral of New Jersey. He was born in Albany, N. Y., and died 
in New Brunswick, N. J. 

Also No. 13564. 

MRS. CAROLINA A. DUNCAN. 18799 

Born in Salem, Massachusetts. 
Wife of John M. Duncan. 

Descendant of Joseph Colcord, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Adams Metcalf Littlefield and Rhoda Colcord, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of John Colcord and Comfort Colcord, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Colcord (1754-1839). 
See No. 18439. 



288 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARY HELENA LEONARD. 18800 

Born in Troy, New York. 
Wife of George William Leonard, M. D. 
Descendant of Jedediah Lathrop, Jr., of New York. 
Daughter of John Morey and Belinda Perry, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Perry and Mary Lathrop, his wife. 
See No. 18821. 

MRS. KATE HOWELL BOVEE. 18801 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of Christian Nestelle Bovee, Jr. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Drake, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Ichabod Williams Howell and Gertrude Eliza Larze- 
lere, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Drake Howell (b. 1783) and Elizabeth 
Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Howell and Rachel Drake, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Drake and Charity Young (1774^ 
76), his first wife. 

Jacob Drake, (1732-1823), served as colonel of the Western 
Battalion. He was a member of the Committee of Safety, 
and of the Provincial Congress. He was born in Piscataway 
and died in Drakesville, N. J. 

Also No. 6555. 

MRS. LOUISE PALMER LYON. 18802 

Born in New York, New York. 

Wife of William James Lyon. 

Descendant of Nehemiah Candee. 

Daughter of Nehemiah Candee Palmer and Kate Simonton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Innes Bromley Palmer and Susannah Candee, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Candee and Content Woodruff, 
his wife. 

Nehemiah Candee, (1758-1834), served under Ethan Allen 
at Ticonderoga, 1775. He was born in Oxford, Conn., and 
died in Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 7050, 10314. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 289 



MISS SARA CECILIA WILLIAMS. 18803 

Born in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Descendant of Hon. Silas Condict, and of Abijah Cutler, 

of New Tersev. 

Daughter of Wickham Williams and Jeannie O. Cutler, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. Silas Condict Cutler (1802-43) and Sarah 
Davis Vail, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler (1778- 1854) and Elizabeth Cook, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Cook and Elizabeth Condict, his 
wife; Abijah Cutler and Dinah Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Condict and Phoebe Day, his 
wife. 

Silas Condict, (1738-1801), was President of the Council of 
Safet}', 1726-80, and a member of the Continental Congress, 
1781-84. He was born and died in Morristown. 

Abijah Cutler, (1747-78), was a private in the army and 
died from exposure in the service. He was born in Morris- 
town where he died. 

Also Nos. 6839, 12857. 

MISS MARY MORRELL BRACKETT. 18804 

Born in New York, New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Lewis, Lieut. Edward Lewis 
and Rev. Timothy Johnes, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Levi Curtis Brackett ind Charlotte Morrell Speed, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John James Speed and Anne Sophia Mor- 
rell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Horton Morrell and Anna Brewster 
Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Joseph Lewis and Anne Johnes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Lewis and' Sarah Morris, 
his wife; Timothy Johnes and Kezia Olfield Ludlow, his second wife. 

Joseph Lewis, (1748-1814), was quartermaster and pay- 
master of New Jersey militia. He was born in New York. 

Edward Lewis, (1722-92), served as Assistant Commissary 
of Issues. He was born in Wales and died in Basking 
Bridge, N. J. 

Timothy Johnes, (1717-94), was a personal friend of Wash- 

19 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

t — ^-^^ I ^— ^^— ^.^ 

ington, gave up his church for a hospital and assisted in the 
care of the sick at Morristown, where he Hved and died. He 
was born in Southampton, L. I. 
Also No. 17723. 

MRS. LEONORE H. NESBIT. 18805 

Born in Newark, New Jersey. 

Wife of William Henry Nesbit. 

Descendant of Hannah Carteret Bryant, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Francis A. Cleveland and Catherine R. Marsiglia, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gerlando Marsiglia and Eliza H. Ballentine, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Ballentine and Elizabeth Bryant (b. 
1766), his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Cornelius Bryant and Hannah Carteret, 
his wife. 

Hannah Carteret Bryant suffered and died from privations 
caused by British soldiers who took possession of her home at 
Springfield, and in 1780 an engagement was fought at her gate. 

Also No. 8248. 

DR. SARA JOSEPHINE BAKER. 18806 

Born in Poughkeepsie, New York. 
Descendant of David Holmes, M, D., and of Samuel Dan- 
ford. 

Daughter of Orlando D. M. Baker and Jennie Harwood Brown, 
. his wife. 

Granddaughter of Merrit Holmes Brown and Arvilla Danforth, 
his wife; Abram Baker and Sara Mosher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Merrit Brown and Asenath Holmes, his wife; 
Jonathan Danforth (changed 1790) and Abigail Dusenbury, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Holmes; Samuel Danford and 
Sara Ingraham, his wife (m. 1780). 

See No. 18288. 

Samuel Danford, (1759-1833), was placed on the pension 
roll of Saratoga county, N. Y., 1822, for service of private in 
the Massachusetts Line. He was born in Billerica, Mass., died 
in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

MRS. ETHEL COPP NICOL. 18807 

Born in New Haven, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Col. Edward Russell, of Connecticut. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 29I 



Daughter of William Amasa Copp and Emily Maltby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Smith Maltby and Mary Reese Foster, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of De Grasse Maltby and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Smith and Sarah Russell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Russell and Sarah Maltby, 
his wife. 

See No. 18083. 

MRS. CLARA MARTIN MORROUGH. 18808 

Born in Northport, New York. 
Wife of C. A. Morrough. 

Descendant of Mulford Martin, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of George F. Martin and Julia F. Thompson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard Martin and Elizabeth Frazee, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Martin and Sarah Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mulford Martin. 
Mulford Martin served as a minute man in New Jersey. He 
died in Rah way in 1788. 

MISS MARGARET SEYMOUR HALL. 18809 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Christian and of Dr. Michael 
Christian, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles H. Hall, D. D., D. C. L, LL. D., and Eliza- 
beth Margaret Ames, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Christian Ames (1801-1870) and Hester 
Walter Milby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zerubabel Ames and Margaret Christian, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Christian and Keziah Blair, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Christian and Rose Yeardley 
Powell, his wife. 

WiUiam Christian served in the Navy of Virginia, the state 

where he was born and died. 

Michael Christian was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence and of the Convention, 1774-75. He was 
born and died in Northampton county, Va. 

MRS. ANNA S. VALENTINE. 18810 

Born in Stanford, New York. 
Wife of Henry Valentine. 



292 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Descendant of Capt. James Denton, of New York. 

Daughter of Jacob B. Smith and Esther Doty, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harris Smith and Anna Hoag, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Hoag (1771-1840) and Elizabeth 
Denton (1772- 1852), his wife (m. 1793). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Denton and Margaret Barton, his 
second wife (m. 1759). 

James Denton, (1716-99), signed the Articles of Associa- 
tion of Newburg, 1775. He was born in Jamaica, L. I. 

Also Nos. 3778, 17735. 

MRS. MINERVA E. GAINES. 18811 

Born in Lenox, New York. 

Wife of Clement C. Gaines. 

Descendant of William Valentine, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Perkins Clark and Harriet Webb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John P. Webb and Phebe Valentine, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Valentine and Sybil Winslow, his 
wife. 

William Valentine, (1741-1801), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Freetown, where he was bom and died. 

Also Nos. 12699, 14909. 

MRS. FRANCES E. SMITH. 18812 

Born in Lenox, New York. 
Wife of Charles Smith. 
Descendant of William Valentine. 
Daughter of Perkins Clark and Harriet Webb, his wife. 
See No. 18811. 

MRS. ALICE ANABLE ANDREWS. 18813 

Born in Albany, New York. 
Wife of Arthur L. Andrews. 
Descendant of John Anabel, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel Anable and Phebe Badgeley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Anable and Nancy Carey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Anable and Hannah Stewart, his wife. 
See No. 18106. 

MRS. AIMEE ALLEN RUDD. 18814 

Born in Albany, New York. 
Wife of William Piatt Rudd. 
Descendant of Corp. Zechariah Seymour. 



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Daughter of Henry Augustus Allen and Louisa Osborn, his wif^. 

Granddaughter of Horace Allen and Jane Pier son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Allen and Emulscent Seymour, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zechariah Seymour and Sara Steele, his 
wife. 

Zechariah Seymour enlisted 1777, for three years in the 
Connecticut Line and when discharged, 1780, served as cor- 
poral in Capt. Charles Whiting's company. 

Also No. 12375. 

MRS. ALICE SWINBURNE NEWMAN. 18815 

Born in Rochester, New York. 

Wife of Thomas H. Newman. 

Descendant of Corp. Simeon Draper, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Swinburne and Ann Maria Draper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Draper (1790-1841) and Harriet Stone 
(1793-1871), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Draper and Mary Bemis, his wife 
(m. 1786). 

Simeon Draper, (1764-1848), enlisted at sixteen and served 
to the close of the war. He was placed on the pension roll 
1832 for service of corporal in the Massachusetts Continental 
Line. He was born in Spencer ; died in Brookfield, Mass. 

MISS SUSAN WILLSON ADAMS. 18816 

Born in New York, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Micah Vail, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Allen Willson Adams and Sarah Roberts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Langdon Adams and Lodice Willson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Pliny Adams and Lucretia Vail, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Micah Vail and Mary Briggs, his wife. 

Micah Vail, (1730-77), was one of the seven original cap- 
tains chosen by the Green Mountain Boys. He was a mem- 
ber of the Dorset Convention and an intimate friend of Ethan 
Allen. He died in Danby, Vt. 

Also Nos. 1045, 15336. 

MRS. EMILY WAIT BARRY. 18817 

Born in New York, New York. 
Wife of Lyman Frank Barry. 
Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Onderdonk, of New York. 



294 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William S. Wait and Anna Onderdonk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Onderdonk and Margaret Onderdonk, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Onderdonk and Phebe Onderdonk, 
his wife (cousins). 

Abraham Onderdonk, (1743-76), was commissioned lieu- 
tenant of Orange county minute men. He was born in 
Clarkstown, N. Y., and was killed at White Plains. 

MRS. MARY LOUISE ROBERTSON GARY. 18818 

Born in Madison, Indiana. 

Wife of James Gary, Jr. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Robertson. 

Daughter of John Wildey Robertson and Elizabeth Sophia Rep- 
pert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Robertson and Elizabeth Hopkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Robertson and Sylvia Wildey, his wife. 

John Robertson served as lieutenant in a Virginia regi- 
ment ; was taken prisoner at Charleston, 1780, and when ex- 
changed served to the close of the war. He died about 1809 in 
Allegheny Co., Pa. 

Also No. 15260. 

MRS. ALICE PATTEN MADDOCK. 18819 

Born in Marlborough, New York. 

Widow of Thomas Maddock. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Foster, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Patten and Phoebe Bellamy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Nathaniel Patten and Faith Foster, his 
wife (m, 1796). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Foster and Mary Sawyer, his wife. 

Daniel Foster served as ensign in Capt. Daniel Clark's 
Company in the Burgoyne campaign and at Horseneck, un- 
der Capt. Nathan Wales, 1780. He was bbrn in Norwich, 
Conn., and died after 1806. 

MRS. SOPHRONIA ELLA HOYT STERN. 18820 

Born in Weare, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Daniel M. Stern. 
Descendant of Benjamin Hoyt and of Nathan Cutter, of 

New Hampshire. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 295 



Daughter of Randall F. Hoyt and Sophronia Gibson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Gibson and Sophronia Whitney, his wife; 
Joshua Hoyt and Olive Randall Gibson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Amos Whitney and Rhoda Cutter, his 
wife; Benjamin Hoyt (Hoit) and Jane French, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Cutter and Hannah Hastings, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Hoyt served from Hopkinton in the militia. 

Nathan Cutter, (1733-1813), served in Capt. Josiah Brown's 
company, Col. Enoch Hale's regiment of militia at Ticon- 
deroga. He was born in New Ipswich, N. H. 

MRS. LAURA PERRY SWINBURNE. 18821 

Born in Albany, New York. 

Descendant of Judge Jonathan Brown, Jedediah Lathrop, 
Jr., and John Perry, of New York. 

Daughter of Hiram Perry and Susan Bell Rattoone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Perry and Mary Lathrop, his wife; Thomas 
Rattoone and Olive Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Perry and Sarah Wilkinson, his wife; 
Jedediah Lathrop, Jr., and Amy Gardiner, his wife (m. 1769); Jon- 
athan Brown and Lucy Douglas, his wife. 

Jonathan Brown, (1753-1836), was. at Bennington, Bemis 
Heights and the surrender of Burgoyne. He was placed on 
the pension roll of Renssaelaer county, N. Y., at the age of 
eighty for service of ensign in the New York Continental 
Line. He was born in Stonington, Conn., and died in Pitts- 
town, N. Y. 

Jedediah Lathrop, Jr., (1746-1811), served as a private in the 
New York campaign. He died in Minden, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 605, 3209, 13575, 14264. 

John Perry served in Capt. William Brown's company as a 

private in the Albany County militia. He died in 1826 in 
Lansing, N. Y., where he is buried. 

MRS. EULA KATE BROWN TUTTLE. 18822 

Born in Van Buren, Arkansas. 
Wife of Clifford Tuttle. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Miller, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Judge Benton J. Brown and Martha C. Rothrock, his 
wife. 



296 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Granddaughter of George W. Rothrock and Maria Amanda Miller, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughtter of William Miller and Martha C. Street, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Miller and Johanna Armistead, 
wife. 

Thomas Miller was lieutenant in the Fourth Virginia Regi- 
ment and was wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs. He 
received a land warrant for three years service in the Vir- 
ginia Continental Line. 

MRS. ELLA COMSTOCK PECKHAM. 18823 

Born in Utica, New York. 

Wife of Frederick Russell Peckham. 

Descendant of Daniel Allen, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Miles Chester Comstock and Emily Mandeville 
Roseboom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sheldon Comstock and Sally Birdge Allen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Orlo Allen and Polly Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Allen and Dorcas Dibble, his wife. 

Daniel Allen, (1744-77), enlisted, 1776, and was taken pris- 
oner at Fort Washington. His diary still in the possession 
of the family, gives an account of his sufferings. He died a 
few days after his release. 

MRS. ALICE CAMPBELL BROWNELL. 18824 

Born in Oneida County, New York. 
Wife of George Grant Brownell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Keeler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Moses Douglas Campbell and Catherine Elizabeth 
Keeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwards E. Keeler and Agnes Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Keeler and Catherine Tuttle, his sec- 
ond wife. 

Isaac Keeler, (i 756-1837), served as lieutenant in the Con- 
necticut Continental Line and was a member of the Cincin- 
nati. He was bom and died in Canaan. 

MRS. DELLA V. ANDERSON DYER. 18825 

Born in Pratts Hollow, New York. 
Wife of Benjamin N. Dyer. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 297 



Descendant of Thomas Anderson. 

Daughter of William Minor Anderson (1808-1886) and Sarah De- 
sire Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Anderson and Susan Hosley (1767- 
1833), his wife. 

Thomas Anderson, (1762-1830), served in Capt. Abner See- 
ley's company, Col. Benjamin Wait's battalion of Vermont mil- 
itia, 1 78 1. 

MRS. FLORENCE ANDERSON CROUSE. 18826 

Born in Pratt's Hollow, New York. 
Wife of Charles Beecher Crouse. 
Descendant of Thomas Anderson. 

Daughter of William Minor Anderson and Sarah Desire Pratt, 
his wife. 
See No, 18825. 

MRS. ELLA MARIE ROOT GREENWAY. 18827 

Born in Newark, New York. 
Wife of John Greenway. 

Descendant of Sergt. Christopher Midler, of New York. 
Daughter of Mattison Root and Adalucia Sutherland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Anson Sutherland and Maria Midler, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Midler and Amanda Stanard, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Midler and Mary Miller, his 
wife (m. 1781). 

Christopher Midler served in Col. John Lamb's Artillery. 
He died in Pompey, N. Y., in 1796. 
Also Nos. 6019, 7570, 8162, 1 1259, 14570. 

MRS. LOUISE VAN LOON LYNCH. 18828 

Born in Poughkeepsie, New York. 

Wife of Andrew Jackson Lynch. 

Descendant of Maj. Philip Frisbie, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles van Loon and Cynthia Frisbie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Frisbie and Cynthia Cornell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Frisbie and Abigail Blackman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Frisbie and Phoebe Hendricks, 
his wife. 

Philip Frisbie, (1740-1813), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Inspection. He was captain of the third company, and 



298 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

promoted major 1778 of Col. William B. Whiting's New York 
Regiment. He was bom in New Haven Co., Conn., and died 
in Canaan, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 1933, 2171, 12526. 

MISS MARTHA GERE HUDSON. 18829 

Born in Syracuse, New York. 
Wife of Edmund A. Hudson. 
Descendant of Ens. Nathan Stanton. 
Daughter of Robert Nelson Gere and Sophia Ward, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Gere and Sophia Stanton, his wife. 
Gr,-:;randdaughter of Nathan Stanton and Anna Stanton (daughter 
of Phineas), his wife. 

Nathan Stanton, (1749-1835), served as ensign under his 
brother, Capt. William Stanton in the Eighth Regiment of 
Connecticut militia, 1776. He was born in Stonington, Conn., 
and died in Syracuse, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 16408, 17177. 

MRS. ELIZABETH LAKIN McCALL. 18830 

Born in Memphis, New York 
Wife of Daniel McCall. 

Descendant of William Dudley, William Lakin and Shere- 
biah Evans. 
Daughter of Hon. John Lakin and Catherine Evans, his wife. 
See No. 18834. 

MRS. CAROLINE E. LEWIS. 18831 

Born in Manlius, New York. 

Wife of Alfred F. Lewis. 

Descendant of Sergt. George Ransier, of New York 

Daughter of George Everson and Caroline G. Everson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Everson and Elizabeth Ransier, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Ransier and Anna Barbara, his wife. 

George Ransier was placed on the pension roll of Onon- 
daga Co., N. Y., 1832, at the age of seventy-three for service 
of private and sergeant in the New York militia. 

MRS. ELLA MARIE POTTER KINNE. 18832 

Born in Utica, New York. 
Wife of E. Olin Kinne. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Potter, of Rhode Island. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 299 



Daughter of Augustus C. Potter and Lucy Wilcox Lake, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Potter and Phebe Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Potter and Lydia Mattison, his wife. 

Samuel Potter served as quartermaster's sergeant, 1777, in 
the Second Rhode Island Regiment. He was born in Co- 
ventry, R. L, 1745 and died in service. 

MRS. ELIZABETH ADAMS HILL. 18833 

Born in Oakland County, Michigan. 
Widow of Charles E. Hill. 
Descendant of Sergt. John Young. 

Daughter of Henry Perry Adams and Eliza Young, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Seth Young and Elizabeth Crossett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Young and Elizabeth Parsons, his wife. 
John Young, (1752-1834), was placed on the pension roll of 

Onondaga Co., N. Y., at the age of eighty, for service of pri- 
vate and sergeant in the New York militia. 

MRS. KATE CANDEE KNICKERBOCKER. 18834 

Born in Memphis, New York. 
Wife of Arvine M. Knickerbocker. 
Descendant of William Dudley, William Lakin, Sherebiah 

Evans and Sergt. Daniel Candee. 

Daughter of Daniel Candee and Jane Lakin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lakin and Catherine Evans, his wife; 
Ralph Candee and Sarah Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Candee and Lydia Wilmot, his wife; 
Sherebiah Evans and Elizabeth Dudley, his wife; William Lakin 
and Elizabeth Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Dudley and Judith Curtis, his 
wife. 

William Dudley served as a minute man at the Lexington 
and Rhode Island Alarms. He was born in Sudbury, Mass., 
about 1740 where he died. 

William Lakin, (1757-1835), was placed on the invalid 
pension roll of Onondago Co., N. Y., for service of private 
in the New Hampshire Line. He was bom in Hancock, N. 
H., and died in Onondago Co., N. Y. 

Sherebiah Evans, (1754-1820), served as a matross in 



300 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Crane's Continental artillery. He was born in Wales and 
died in Onondago Co., N. Y. 

Also Nos. 5190, 6887, 9772. 

Daniel Candee, (i 762-1 831), served as sergeant at West 
Point in the Connecticut militia, 1781. He was born in Ox- 
ford, Conn., and died in Pompey, N. Y. 

MRS. MARY WILLIAMS BURTON. 18835 

Born in Syracuse, New York. 
Wife of Lebius Delos Burton. 
Descendant of Eleazer Williams, Elder Park Avery, Lieut. 

Park Avery and Col. William Latham, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Eleazer Avery Williams and Ann Eliza Bradley, his 
wife. 

Granddaugter of Eleazer Williams and Nancy Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Youngs Avery and Eunice Latham, 
his wife; Eleazer Williams and Mary Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Park Avery and Hannah Morgan, his 
wife; William Latham and Eunice Forsyth, his wife. 

See No. 18245. 

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

Eleazer Williams, (1759-1814), enlisted in Capt. William 

Stanton's company, 1780, and served under Capt. Eleazer 

Prentice, 1782. He was bom and died in Stonington. 

Also Nos. 2276, 5310, 10044, 12573. 

Park Avery, Jr., (1741-1821), served as lieutenant in the 
New York campaign and was at the surrender of Fort Wash- 
ington. He was born and died in Groton. 

William Latham, (1742-1792), commanded a company at 
the battle of Groton. He was born and died in Groton. 

Also Nos. 2333, 4171, 5031, 7234, 13089, 14482. 

MRS. LYDIA AUGUSTA POWER FLINT. 18836 

Born in Hudson, New York. 

Wife of Harry Allen Flint. 

Descendant of Thomas Power. 

Daughter of Frederick Macy Power and Helen S. Seymour, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Huzzey Power and Catherine A. Buel, 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Power and Mary Huzzey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Power and Hannah Kelly, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 3OI 



Thomas Power, (1753-1823), enlisted for three years in the 
Massachusetts militia, 1777, and served in the Rhode Island 
campaign, 1778, under Capt. Abijah Savage. He was bom in 
Yarmouth, Mass., and died in Hudson, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 12920, 17101. 

MRS. EMILY ALLERTON ANDREWS. 18837 

Born in Bath, New York. 

Wife of James Milford Andrews. 

Descendant of David Smith, of New York. 

Daughter of Townsend Allerton and Ann Chapin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justin Chapin and Sally Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Smith and Persis Smith, his wife. 

David Smith, (1760- 1843), served three years as a private 
in the New York militia. He was placed on the pension roll, 
1818. He was born in Vermont and died in Hume, N. Y. 

MRS. CAROLINE A. MAYO. 18838 

Born in Oswego, New York. 
Wife of Levi S. Mayo. 

Descendant of Henry Lewis, of New York. 
Daughter of Samuel N. Brewster and Margaret Veeder, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Barney Veeder and Sarah Lewis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Lewis and Sarah Clark, his wife. 
Henry Lewis served in the New York Line. 
Also No. 16667. 

MRS. EMMA PIERCE BUTLER. 18839 

Born in Syracuse, New York. 

Wife of William Allen Butler. 

Descendant of Corp. EUsha Marsh, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Sylvester P. Pierce and Cornelia Marsh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of EHsha Marsh, Jr., (b. 1776) and Lovina Wiard 
(h. 1795), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Marsh. 

Elisha Marsh served as corporal in the defense of Ticon- 
deroga. He was born in Walpole, N. H., 1750. 

MRS. VIVIAN CAMPBELL HERINGTON CARR. 18840 

Born in Morris, New York. 
Wife of A. W. Carr. 



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Descendant of John Campbell, of New York. 

Daughter of. E. M. Herington and Mary L. Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilbert Campbell and Lovina Lindsay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Campbell and Martha Marsh, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John- Campbell and Elizabeth Stone, his 
wife. 

John Campbell, (1744- 1833), was placed on the pension roll 

of Otsego Co., N. Y., at the age of eighty-nine, for service 

of private in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He was 

born in Oxford, Mass., and died in Milford, N. Y. 

MISS ANNE STEERE MATTESON. 18841 

Born in Morris, New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Wheeler. 

Daughter of Merritt Matteson and Irene Mansfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Harrington Matteson and Emeline 
Steere, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Steere and Esther Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Wheeler and Esther Williams, his 
wife. 

See No. 18122. 

MRS. HARRIET BEERS MURDOCK. 18842 

Born in Danbury, Connecticut. 

Wife of Ralph Wilcox Murdock. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezra Dibble, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick W. Beers and Angeline Hawley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Nicholas Hawley and Harriet Blackman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Seeley Blackman and Lucy Northrop, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Northrop and Lucinda Dibble, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of of Ezra Dibble and Lydia Benedict, 
his wife. 

Ezra Dibble, (1740-1809), commanded a company of militia. 
He was born in Bethel and died in Brookfield, Conn. 

Also Nos. 3035, 13120. 

MISS KATE M. DENISON. 18843 

Born in Greene, New York. 
Descendant of Deacon Joseph Atkins, Jr. 



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Daughter of Jared Delancey Denison and Miranda Jane Atkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles D. Atkins and Missouri Briggs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asakel Atkins and Sarah Warner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddauphter of Joseph Atkins, Jr., and Phebe Hall, his 
wife. 

Joseph Atkins, Jr., (1743-1820), served as a private in the 
Connecticut militia. He was born in Middletown, Conn., 
and died in Chenango Co., N. Y. 

MRS. ERNESTINE A. DIMMICK BREWER. 18844 

Born in Plymouth, New York. 
Wife pi Charles T. Brewer. 

Descendant of John Brewer and of Joshua Aldrich, of New 
York. 

Daughter of James Hervey Dimmick and Rhoda Brewer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Brewer and Rhoda Aldrich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brewer and Mary Twist, his wife; 
Joshtia Aldrich and Ruth Aldrich, his wife. 

John Brewer, (1764-1846), served in the Infantry. He re- 
ceived a pension in Chenango Co., at seventy-one, for service 
of private in the New York militia. 

Joshua Aldrich was placed on the pension roll of Chenango 
Co., N. Y., 1833, at the age of seventy-two, for service of 
private in the Rhode Island militia. He was born in Smith- 
field, R. I., and died in Norwich, N. Y. 

MRS. FLORENCE KEELER MAINE. 18845 

Born in Fenner, New York. 
Wife of Paul Stephen Maine. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Keeler. 

Daughter of Harvey L. Keeler and Lauraette Allen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lewis Keeler and Anna Bishop, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Keeler and Jemima Barnum (1758- 
1834), his wife. 

Nathaniel Keeler, (1757-1853), served as trumpeter of 
Dragoons in the New York militia under Capt. Nathaniel Dele- 
van. He received a pension in Madison Co., N. Y. He was 

born in Ridgefield, Conn., and died in Fenner, N. Y. 
Also No. 12051. 



304 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. JENNIE EVA SCHUYLER KINGSFORD. 18846 

Born in Manheim, New York. 
Wife of Thomas Pettibone Kingford. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Timmerman and Peter Snell, of 
New York. 

Daughter of Harvey Schuyler and Margaret Snell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Georg^ Peter Snell and Margaret Snell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob I. Snell and Elizabeth Timmerman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Timmerman and Margaret Petrie, 
his wife; Peter Snell and Annie Kilts, his wife. 

Henry Timmerman, (1738-1807), served as ensign and lieu- 
tenant and was wounded at Oriskany. His name is on the 
tablet of the monument. 

Also No. 8558. 

Peter Snell, (1730-1804), served at Oriskany and was the 
only survivor of six brothers in the battle. 

Also No. 1 1697. 

MISS SARAH De WOLF. 18847 

Born in Ridgeville, Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Barney Adams De Wolf and Minerva Atherton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez De Wolf (1784-1841) and Ellis Adams 
(1784-1808), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Adams and Hannah Taft (1758-1833), 
his wife. 

Simon Adams, (1746-1825), entered the army as sergeant, 

1775, and 1 78 1 commanded a company of Berkshire county 
Massachusetts militia under Col. John Ashley. He was born 
in New Marlboro, Mass., and died in Columbia, N. Y. 

MISS MARY H. MOOERS. 18848 

Born in Plattsburgh, New York. 

Descendant of Col. Zephaniah Piatt, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of William Piatt Mooers and Marion Boynton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Benjamin J. Mooers and Mary Piatt, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Pitt Piatt and Hannah Kent, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zephaniah Piatt, Jr., and Mary Van 
Wyck, his wife. 



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Zephaniah Piatt, Jr., (1735-1807), served on the Committee 
of Safety and in the Provincial Congress. He was born in 
Huntington and died in Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 848, 7095, 12895, I4490» I7i99- 

MRS. MARY KATE ALDiiN SHEDDEN. 18849 

Born in Clintonville, New Yor^- 
Wife of Lucien Love Shedden. 
Descendant of Jason Whitney and of David Haywood. 

Daughter of Edwin Augustus Alden and Mary Elisabeth Haywood, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Alden and Maria Stone, his wife; Ira 
Haywood and Sarah Olmstead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Alden and Susannah Whitney, his 
wife; David Haywood and Abigail Bixby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jason Whitney and Elizabeth Beal, his 
wife. 

Jason Whitney, (i 729-1807), although lamed in the early 
wars, served several enlistments in the Revolution. He was 
born in Hopkinton and died in Natick, Mass. 

Also No. 17210. 

David Haywood, (1755-1826), was a private at the Benning- 
ton Alarm in Capt. Jesse Stone's company, and served under 
different commands in the Massachusetts militia. He was bom 
in Holden, Mass., and died in Weathersfield, Vt. 

MISS MARY VEEDER SCHERMERHORN. 18850 

Born in Rotterdam, New York. 
Descendant of John Veeder, Peter Veeder and John Swari, 

all of New York. 

Daughter of Simon J. Schermerhorn and Helen Veeder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harmen Veeder and Eleanor Truax, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Veeder and Jannetje Van Eps, his 
wife; Abraham Truax and Maria Swart (1787-1821), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Veeder and Lena Vrooman, his 
wife; John Swart and Neeltje Van Epps, his wife. 

John Veeder, (1734-93), served in a company of Rangers 
raised for the defense of Albany county. 

Peter Veeder, (1760-1826), enlisted as a private under Capt. 

20 



306 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTION. 

Jellis Fonda and Col. Abraham Wemple. 
Also No. 12441. 

John Swart, (1760-1826), served at Fort George in building 
barracks under Capt. Nicholas Veeder, 1779. 

MISS ANNA HULETT. 1885 1 

Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Isaac Gardner, of Massachusetts, 
Joseph Hulett, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Don Alonzo Hulett and Ellen Augusta Aspinwall Tap- 
pan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Tappan and Susan Aspinwall, his wife; 
Amos Hulett and Omenda Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Aspinwall and Susanna Gardner, 
his wife; Joseph Hulett and Hannah Larabee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Gardner and Mary Sparhawk, his 
wife. 

Isaac Gardner, (1726-75), served on patriotic committees 
of Brookline. He commanded a company at Lexington 
where he was killed. 

Also Nos. 4237, 14128. 

Joseph Hulett was pla^ced on the pension roll of Windsor 

Co., Vt., 1833, at the age of seventy-nine for service of private 
in the Massachusetts militia. 

MRS. LOUISE SMITH CUTTING. 18852 

Born in Russell, New York. 

Wife of Hurlbert Barnes Cutting. 

Descendant of Ephraim Miles. 

Daughter of James R. Smith and Laura Miles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Miles and Louise Knox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Miles and Laura Spafford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Miles and Zermiah Rugg, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Miles, (1759-1838), enlisted, 1777, under Capt. 
Joseph Sergeant, served in the Burgoyne campaign, and was 
at West Point at the time of Arnold's treason. He was placed 
on the pension roll of St. Lawrence county, N. Y., 1834, for 
service of private, Massachusetts Continental Line. He was 
born in Westminster, Mass., and died in Pottsdam, N. Y. 



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MRS. MARY PROCTOR DILLINGHAM. 18853 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 
Wife of Charles Dillingham. 
Descendant of William Proctor, Capt. Aaron Adams, Asa 

Barnes, William Reed ist, William Reed 2nd, and William 
Reed 3rd, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Lawrence Proctor and Dolly P. Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Proctor, Jr., and Mary Adams Barnes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Proctor and Lydia Reed, his wife; 
Eber Barnes and Mary Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Reed*, and Elizabeth Davis, 
his wife (m. 1768); William Proctor and Mary Proctor, his wife; 
Gideon Adams and Lucy Lewis, his wife; Asa Barnes. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Reed*, and Abigail Stone, 
his first wife (m. 1741); Aaron Adams and Betsey Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Reed and Sarah Poulter, 
his wife. 

William Proctor, (1748-1846), marched at the Ticonderoga 
Alarm under Capt. Jonathan Brockway. He was born in 
Chelmsford, Mass., and died in East Washington, N. H. 

Aaron Adams, (1739-1819), commanded a company in Col. 
Thomas Stickney's regiment, 1776. He was born in Rowley, 
Mass., and died in Henneker, N. H. 

Asa Barnes, (1756-1812), was a private in Capt. Silas Gates' 
Co., Ward's regiment, 1775. He was born in Marlboro. 

William Reed ist, (1693-1778), was chairman of War Com- 
mittees, 1775. He was bom and died in Lexington. 

William Reed 2nd, (1720-1813), served as a soldier at the 
Lexington Alarm. 

William Reed 3rd, (1742-1829), was a private in Capt. 
John Parker's Co., at Bunker Hill. He was born in Lexing- 
ton and died in Acton. 

Also No. 8459. 

MRS. MABEL PROCTOR DAWLEY. 18854 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 

Wife of Smith Lee Dawley. 

Descendant of William Proctor, Capt. Aaron Adams, Asa 
Barnes, William Reed ist, William Reed 2nd, William Reed 
3rd. 



308 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Lawrence Proctor and Dolly P. Howard, his 
wife. 
See No. 18853. 

MISS GRACE EMILY PROCTOR. 18855 

Born in Ogdensburg, New York. 

Descendant of William Proctor, Capt. Aaron Adams, Asa 
Barnes, Ebenezer Burditt, Benjamin Tenney, William Reed 
1st, William Reed 2nd, William Reed 3rd, Ezekiel Jewett and 
Nathan Pearsons. 

Daughter of Henry I. Proctor and Fanny E. Persons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Proctor, jr., and Mary Adams Barnes, 
his wife; Edward Nathan Persons and Mary M. Btirditt, his wife. 

See No. 18853. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Burditt and Marinda Kirk, his wife; 
Nathan Persons and Betsy Hardy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Kirk and Susanna Telmey, his 
wife; Ebenezer Burditt and Ruth Loveland, his wife; Nathan Per- 
sons and Ann Morrow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tenney and Susanna Jewett 
(b. 1758), his wife; Nathan Pearsons and Mary Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Jewett and Lucy Towns- 
end, his first wife (m. 1758). 

Ebenezer Burditt enlisted to serve in the Continental Army, 
1780. He was born in Lancaster, Mass., 1761. 

Benjamin Tenney, (1745-1811), turned out from Temple at 
the Lexington Alarm. He died in Weston, Vt. 

Also No. 10285. 

Ezekiel Jewett, (1736-1818), marched from Temple at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Bradford, Mass., and 
died in Temple, N. H. 

Nathan Pearsons, (1725-88), served at the Lexington 
Alarm from Wilmington, Mass. He was born in Woburn. 

MRS. JULIA C. McL HOLROYD. 18856 

Born in Auburn, New York. 
Wife of George E. Holroyd. 

Descendant of Maj. Ebenezer Backus, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Mclntyre and Helen L. Cheever, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Cheever and Julia Backus Jones, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaiighter of Ebenezer Backus, Jr., and Elizabeth Fitch, 
his wife. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 309 



Ebenezer Backus was major of the Light Horse regiment 
of militia, 1776, when Washington issued the order thanking 
them "for their faithful service and the cheerfulness and alac- 
rity they have shown on all occasions." He was born and 
died in Norwich. 

MRS. MERCY PLUM MANN PECK. 18857 

Born in Milton, New York. 

Wife of John Hudson Peck, LL. D. 

Descendant of Giles Slocum. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Mann and Sally Frances Slocum, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Slocum and Anna Bryan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Giles Slocum and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Giles Slocum, (1759-1826), served in the Wilkes-Barre com- 
pany at the battle of Wyoming, and his name is among the 
survivors of the battle. He was born in Warwick, R. I., and 
died in Saratoga, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 4517, 9231. 

MRS. KATHERINE DUER STUBBS. 18858 

Bom in New York. 
Wife of Roland H. Stubbs. M. D. 
Descendant of Robert McMurray, of New York. 

Daughter of James M. Austin and Katherine Duer Peebles, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Austin and Elizabeth McMurray, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert McMurray and Suanna Cowan, his 
wife. 

Robert McMurray, (1744-1814), served in the Charlotte 
county militia and was at the surrender of Burgoyne. He 
was born in Ireland and died in Salem, N. Y. 

Also No. 7540. 

MISS RENA MERCHANT. 18859 

Born in Stillwater, New York. 

Descendant of Abel Merchant, of New York. 
Daughter of Reuben Merchant and Julia E. Neher, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Merchant and Fanny Hicks, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Merchant and Mary Grummond, his 
wife. 

Abel Merchant, (1756-1820), served as a private in the 6th 
Dutchess county militia. The powder horn he carried in his 



3IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

seven year's service, is in the possession of the family. He 
was born in Amenia and died in Schodack, N. Y. 
Also No. 10664. 

MISS ADELIA M. LEE. 18860 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Lee, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George Carleton Lee and Stella Louise Bosworth, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Lee, M. D., and Adelia Merrick, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Lee and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 
Samuel Lee served as lieutenant and was commissioned 

captain, 1783 in the 5th regiment of Connecticut Light 
Horse. He was born in Salisbury, Conn. 

MRS. ELLA RODNEY KING MASTERS. 18861 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Francis Robert Masters. 

Descendant of Corp. Lemuel King, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hezekiah King and Rachel Landreth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah King and Weltha Warburton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel King and Jane Bronson, his wife. 

Lemuel King, (1765-1827), enlisted at sixteen, and received 
wounds at Horseneck, 1779, that lamed him for life. He was 
placed on the Invalid pension roll of Tolland county, 1789. He 
was born and died in Vernon, Conn. 

Also No. 6533. 

MRS. FANNY GERE TIFFANY. 18862 

Born in Syracuse, New York. 

Wife of Joseph B. Tiffany. 

Descendant of Ens. Nathan Stanton. 

Daughter of Nathan Stanton Gere and Mary Louise Sweet, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Gere and Sophia Stanton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Stanton (1749-1B35) and Anna Stan- 
ton, his wife (daughter of Phineas). 

See No. 18829. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE BOSWORTH LEE ORTON. 18863 

Born in New York, N. Y. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Lee and of John Pumpelly. 
Daughter of George Carleton Lee and Stella Louise Bosworth, his 
wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 311 



Daughter of George Carleton Lee and Stella Louise Bosworth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Joseph S. Bosworth and Frances A. 
Pumpelly, his wife ; Moses Lee, M. D., and Adelia Merrick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Pumpelly and Frances Avery, his wife ; 
Samuel Lee and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 

See No. 18860. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Pumpelly and Hannah Bushnell, his 
wife. 

John Pumpelly who had fought in the early wars, served 
in the Commissary in the invasion of Burgoyne. He was bom 
in Pembroke, Mass., 1727. His son Bennett served from Pem- 
broke in the Massachusetts miltitia. 



MRS. ELLA FRANCES BOWER SCOTT. 18864 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Albert E. Scott. 

Descendant of Capt. John Belknap, of New York. 

Daughter of Humphrey Bower and Margaret Louisa Macfarlane, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Bower and Elizabeth Gilbert Humphrey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Grant Bower and Hannah Belknap, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Belknap and Dorcas Peet, his wife. 

John Belknap, (1734-1825), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety ; a signer of the Association Test ; and captain 
of militia under Col. James Clinton. He was bom and died 
in Orange county, and the homestead is still standing. 

Also No. 4449. 

MRS. MAY BANKS STACEY. 18865 

Bom in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. 
Widow of Lieut. Col. May H. Stacey, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Robert Nelson. 

Daughter of Hon. Thaddeus Banks and Delia Cromwell Reynolds, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Ephraim Banks and Mary Keiser, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Gen. James Banks and Catherine Nelson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Nelson and Martha Patterson, his 
wife. 

Robert Nelson, (1725- 1804), was a patriot who sacrificed his 
property in the Juniata Valley, Pa., to alleviate the hardships 



312 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of the army. He located in /Columbus, Ohio, on land g^ven 
by the Government to reimburse him for provisions and money 
used for the suffering soldiers at Valley Forge. He died in 
Bowling Green, Ky., at the home of his son. His three sons 
David, Andrew and James served in the war. 

MRS. GRACE FRANCES WEIyCH. 18866 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of David Welch. 

Descendant of Lieut. George Griswold, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Simon M. Lindenskeim and Josephine Frankan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Frankan and Delia Griswold, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Wareham Griswold and Sylvia Qark, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of George Griswold, Jr., and Mary Hayden, his 
wife. 

George Griswold, Jr., (1737- 1823), served as lieutenant in 
the Northern Department under Capt. Ozias Pettibone and Col. 
Samuel Mott. He was bom and died in Windsor. 

Also Nos. 4197, 14239. 

MRS. ELIZABETH McCALLA STEPHAN. 18867 

Bom in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Widow of Dr. J. C. Stephan. 

Descendant of Capt. Bernard Hubley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George De Pue Watson and Sarah Ann McCalla Hub- 
ley, his wife. 

Grandaughter of Bernard Hubley and Elizabefh IkJcCalla, his wife. 

Bernard Hubley, (1754-1810), was lieutenant of the German 

Battalion, 1776; captain, 1778; retired 1781. He was a 

member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Lancaster and 

died in Philadelphia. 
Also Nos. 3358, 6104, 

MRS. CORNELIA HUBLEY WATSON LARRABEE. 18868 

Bom in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Jesse Larrabee, Esq. 

Descendant of Capt. Bernard Hitbley, df Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of George De Pue Watson and Sarah Ann McC^lla Hub- 
ley, his wife. 
See No. 18867. 



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MRS. CHARLOTTE SAYRE BCK>RMAN. 18869 

Bom in Lexington, Kentudgr. 

Wife of Thomas Hugh Boorman. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Ten Eyck, of New York; 
Hon. Aaron Kitchell, Ephraim Sayre, Col. Ebenezer Condit 
and Benjamin Pierson, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Hon. Emilius Kitchell Sayre and Elizabeth Stanford 
Pierson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Baxter Sayre and Elizabeth Kitdiell, bis wife; 
Elijah Pierson and Sarah Maria Stanford (1795-1830), his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Aaron Kitchell and Phebe Farrand, his wife; 
Ephraim Sayre and Hannah Meeker, his wife; Benjamin Pierson and 
Abigail Condit, his wife (m. 1779) ; Rev. John Stanford and Sarah Ten 
Eyck (b. 1765), his wife (m. 1790). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Condit and Huldah Byram, his 
wife; Abraham Ten Eyck and Sarah Smith, his wife (m. 1764). 

Abraham Ten Eyck served as lieutenant in the New York 
Line and also acted as paymaster and quartermaster. He was 
born in New York City, 1734. 

Aaron Kitchell, (1744- 1820), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Observation of Hanover and was made commissioner 
of forfeited estates. He was born and died in Morris county. 

Ephraim Sayre, (1746-1819), served as a volunteer and was 
commissary of the regiment at the battle of Monmouth. He 
was torn in Elizabeth and died in Madison, N. J. 

Also Nos. 13477, 16778, 17873. 

Ebenezer Condit, (1736-77), raised the first company in 
Morris county. He died of small-pox contracted in service. 

Also No. 17845. 

Benjamin Pierson, (1757-1832), enlisted at sixteen in the 
company of his uncle Benjamin Pierson, and served in the 
Morris Co. militia throughout the war. 

MRS. ELIZA JUMEL CARYL. 18870 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Julius Henry Caryl. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Clark. 
Daughter of Nelson Chase and Macy Jumel Bonnes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of W. Bonnes and Maria Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clark and. Phebe Bower, his wife. 
Jonathan Clark served in the Artillery as second lieutenant 
under Col. John Crane. 



314 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. EMILY LOUISE BOSTWICK FAY. 18871 

Bom in Stamford, Connecticut. 
Wife of Edwin Ruthven Fay. 

Descendant of Ezra Scofield, Jacob White, Jr., Joshua 
Smith, Jr., and Sergt. Nathan Hoyt (Hoit), of Connecticut; 

John Bostwick, of New York. 

Daughter of Leander Bostwick and Hannah Elizabeth Scofield, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Bostwick and Sarah White, his wife; Ezra 
Scofield and Amelia Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob White, Jr., and Esther Hojrt, his wife; 
Joshua Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth Smith, his wife (m. 1775) ; John 
Bostwick and Sarah Holmes, his wife; Samuel Scofield and Hannah 
Lounsbury, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Ho3rt, Jr., and Sarah Jeffrey, his 
wife (m. 1758) ; Samuel Scofield and Hannah Mills, his wife. 

Ezra Scofield, (1756-1840), was a soldier at Bunker Hill. 
He was placed on the pension roll of Fairfield county at the 
age of seventy-seven. His brothers Gideon, Jacob, Israel 
and Amos also served in the Revolution. 

Jacob White, Jr., (1756-97), served as a private in Capt. 
Charles Smith's company, Ninth regiment of militia, 1776. He 
was bom and died in Stamford, Conn. 

Joshua Smith, Jr., (1750-90), enlisted in the militia under 
Capt. Charles Smith. He was bom and died in Stamford. 

Nathan Hoyt, Jr., (1728-1810), served as sergeant, 1775, in 
a company and almost every man was a native of Stamford. 

John Bostwick, (1755-1801), served under Capt. Benjamin 
Chapman in the Westchester militia and in the same company 
was his brother Robert. He was bom and died in Bedford, 
N. Y. 

MISS EMMINETTA GREGOR 18872 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 

Descendant of Teber Pratt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles R. Gregor and Hester Ann Gregory, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen T. Gregory and Elizabeth S. Pratt, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George S. Pratt and Sarah Wilcox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Teber Pratt and Mary Brockway, his 
wife. 



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Teber Pratt, (1751-1829), served as a private in Capt. Mar- 
tin Kirtland's company, Col. Erastus Wolcott's regiment, 1777. 
He was born and died in West Brook. 

MISS J. ELIZABETH HOTCHKISS. 18873 

Born in Elmira, New York. 

Descendant of Caleb Hotchkiss, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Woodward Hotchkiss and Jeanie Jewell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ellas Hotchkiss and Almira Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaiighter of Jonah Hotchkiss and Eliza Atwat^r, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Hotchkiss and Phoebe Atwater, 
his wife. 

Caleb Hotchkiss, (1712-79), lost his life in the defense of 
New Haven. Upon his tomb is inscribed "Killed by the 
' British when they plundered New Haven.'' 

Also Nos. 3875, 5401, 12281, 14096, 17418. 

MRS. ELLA WILSON KRAMER. 18874 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of Samuel J. Kramer. 

Descendant of Nathan Burr. 

Daughter of James Boyd Wilson and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Smith and Sarah Burr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Burr and Betsey Jennings, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Burr and Ruth Jennings, his wife. 

Nathan Burr served as a private in the company of Capt. 
Gershom Moorehouse, 4th militia regiment, 1777. He was 
born in Fairfield, 1733, where he died. 

MRS. ISABEL SMITH LAMBLEY. 18875 

Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

Wife of Francis Frederick Lambley. 

Descendant of Corp. Enos Smith, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Smith and Sarah Lockwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enos Smith, Jr., and Apamy Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enos Smith and Anna Minor, his wife. 

Enos Smith, (1759-1841), was corporal at Bunker Hill and 
also served in Arnold's Canadian expedition under Capt. 
Ezekiel Scott. He was born and died in Derby. 

Also Nos. 3682, 8317, 10887. 



3l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. IRENE BLACK MALLON. 18876 

Born in New York, N. Y. 

Wife of George Barry Mallon. 

Descendant of John Bremner, of New York. 

Daughter of William T. Black and Josephine Apleby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Conklin Appleby and Eliza Coulter, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Coulter and Mary Bremner, his w3e. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bremner and Barbara Nesbit, his 
wife. 

John Bremner, (1737-1807), served as a minute man and 
private in the New York militia. He was born in Aberdeen, 
Scotland ; died in Jamaica, Long Island. 

Also No. 15178. 

MRS. MARY E. MORRIS. 18877 

Born in Port Jackson, New York. 
Wife of John F. Morris. 

Descendant of Capt. Garret Putnam, of New York. 

Daughter of John D. Serviss and Catharine Ann Livermore, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Serviss and Anna Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Garret Putnam and Rebecca Garrison, his 
wife. 

Garret Putnam, (1752-1826), was captain of the Levies in 
the Third Tryon county regiment under Col. Frederick 
Visscher. He was bom in Tyron ; died in Montgomery Co. 

Also No. 16379. 

MRS. MARY VOORHEES WALDRON. 18878 

Born in Florida, New York. 

Wife of William G. Waldron. 

Descendant of Henrv Voorhees. 

Daughter of John Enders Voorhees and Cornelia Ann Becker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lesley Voorhees and Catharine Ann 
Enders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John H. Voorhees and Buelah Sh'eldon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Voorhees and Jane Lesley, his 
wife. 

I 

Henry Voorhees, (1740-1827), served under Capt. Henry 



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Waddell in the Monmouth county militia. He was born in 

Monmouth Co., N. J., and died in Montgomery Co., N. Y. 
Also No. 5633. 

MRS. ROSALIA RISLEY BARKER. 18879 

Born in Pine Woods, New York. 

Wile of George H. Barker. 

Descendant of Samuel Cole (Cowles) and of Daniel Brewer, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Risley and Eleanor Cowles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester Risley and Thankful Smith, his wife; 
Samuel Cowles, Jr., (b. 1786) and Mary Field, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Abagail Brewer, his wife; 
Samuel Cole and Eleanor Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brewer and Mary State, his wife. 

Samuel Cole was placed on the pension roll of Madison 
county, N. Y., 1818, at the age of sixty-five for service of 
private in the Conn. Continental Line. He died about 1836. 

Daniel Brewer enlisted in the Connecticut militia from East 
Hartford where he was born and died. 

MRS. LUNA MABEL GRISMER. 18880 

Born in Sunapee, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Rev. Charles Valentine Grismer. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Gunnison and of Benjamin 
Chandler, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Wilbur Wheeler Leonard and Anna Margaret Chand- 
ler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Chandler and Emily Ransom, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chandler and Margaret Gunnison, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Chandler and Mary Chandler, 
his wife; Samuel Gunnison and Alice Fernald, bis wife. 

Samuel Gunnison, (1720- 1806), served under different com- 
mands in the New Hampshire militia. He was born in Kit- 
tery, Maine and died in Goshen, N. H. 

Benjamin Chandler signed the Association Test, and 1775 
served in the Artillery company of Portsmouth. He was 
born about 1721, and died in Portsmouth, N. H. 

Also Nos. 16075, 16076. 



3l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

MISS DELIA A. MASTERS. i888i 

Born in Bath, Maine. 

Descendant of John Chandler, of Maine. 

Daughter of Henry Masters and Caroline Chandler Prescott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Benjamin Prescott and Caroline Chandler, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Chandler and Mary Whittier, his wife. 

John Chandler, (1762-1841), enlisted at fifteen and was at 
the surrender of Burgoyne. He was born in Epping, N. H., 
died in Augusta, Me., and was mourned as a soldier of two 
wars. 

Also No. 4645. 

MRS. ANNA McINTOSH STRONG. 18882 

Born in Floyd, New York. 
Wife of Gideon Howard Strong. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Moulton, Col. Stephen Moulton 

and Benjamin Moulton. 

Daughter of George W. Mcintosh and Mary Ann Evans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Mcintosh and Maria Moulton (1806- 
63), his wife (m. 1824). 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Moulton and Sarah Johnson (b. 
1768), his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Moulton and Eleanor Converse, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Moulton and Abigail Bound, 
his wife. 

Ebenezer Moulton, (1709-83), who had commanded a com- 
pany in the early wars, volunteered at the Lexington Alarm. 
He was born in England and died in South Brimfield. 

Stephen Moulton, (1730-1819), gave civil and military ser- 
vice in Connecticut. He was born in South Brimfield, Mass., 
and died in Floyd, N. Y. 

Also Nos. 8561, 10659, 1 121 1, 14585, 17214. 

Benjamin Moulton, (1767-1841), when a lad turned out 

from South Brimfield at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. 
Anthony Needham. He died in Floyd, N. Y. 

MISS ELEANOR COFFIN SCOTT. 18883 

Born in Portland, Maine. 
Descendant of Joseph Bane Barbour, of Maine. 



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Daughter of Andrew Scott and Susan Coffin Little, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Scott and Mary Barbour, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bane Barbour and Elizabeth Good- 
ridge, his wife. 

Joseph Bane Barbour, (1737-1795), served, 1775, under Capt. 
David Bradish of Falmouth, where, he was bom and died. 
Also No. 14690. 

MISS SARAH WYETH TYLER. 18884 

Born in Fort Davis, Texas. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Abraham Tyler, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Capt. William W. Tyler and Mary A. Tyler, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William E. Tyler and Phoebe C. Tyler, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Tyler and Rebecca Tyler, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Tyler and Jedidah Tyler, his 
wife. 

Abraham Tyler, (1733-1804), commanded a company of mi- 
litia at the Lexington Alarm and of Continental infantry, 
1776. He served subsequently as lieutenant colonel of mili- 
tia. He was born and died in Haddam. 

MRS. ADDIE DONNELL VAN NOPPEN. 18885 

Born in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

Wife of Charles L. Van Noppen. 

Descendant of Rev. David Caldwell and of John McKnitt 
Alexander, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of George Donnell and Sarah Jane Caldwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Thomas Caldwell and Harriet Davidson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Craighead Caldwell and Abigail 
Alexander, his first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. David Caldwell, D. D., and Rachel 
Craighead, his wife; John McKnitt Alexander and Jane Bain, his 
wife (m. 1759). 

David Caldwell, (1725-1824), a graduate of Princeton, re- 
moved to North Carolina, where he was a member of the 
Constitutional Convention, 1776. He was preacher and 
teacher and was constantly harrassed by the Tories. In 1781 
the British were encamped on his plantation and burned his^^ 
valuable library and sermons. He was born in Lancaster 
Co., Pa., and died in Mecklenburg Co., N. C. 

John McKnitt Alexander, (1733-1817), was secretary of the 






320 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mecklenburg Convention, a signer of the Declaration, and a 
member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He 
was born in Pennsylvania, died in Mecklenburg Co., N. C. 

MRS. SARAH ANITA McCONNELL. 18886 

Born in Davenport, Iowa. 
Wife of J. D. McConnell. 
Descendant of Thaddeus Todd, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Brockett and Phoebe Elimina Brooks, his 
wife (m. 1853). 

Granddaughter of Justus Brockett (b. 1790) and Eunice Todd, his- 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Todd and Peninah Brockett, his 
wife. 

Thaddeus Todd, (1757-1826), served as a private. He was 

born in Wallingford and died in North Haven, Conn. 

MRS. LUELLA DAVIS HILDRETH. 18887 

Born in Boonville, New York. 
Wife of Melvin A. Hildreth. 

Descendant of Capt. William Whitney, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George Davis and Charlotte Waterbury, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Waterbury and Ann Whitney, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Whitney and Katherine Hall, his 
wife. 

William Whitney, (1753- 1820), entered the army as ser- 
geant, 1775, and commanded a company, 1778. He was bom 
in Connecticut and died in Steuben, N. Y. 

MRS. HATTIE A. DRAPER. 18888 

Born in Fairmont, Minnesota. 

Wife of C. E. V. Draper. 

Descendant of Michael Lounsberry, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Clement A. Lounsberry and Lucretia V. Hoskins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Rodman Lounsberry and Sarah Weeks, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Lounsberry and Polly Whitney, his 
' wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Lounsberry and Abigail Hill- 
man, his wife. 



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Michael Lounsberry served as a private in Capt. Nathaniel 
Webb's company, 9th regiment, of Connecticut militia. He 
was bom in Stamford, 1744. 

MRS. EVA BISHOP HANNA. 18889 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Wife of John Parker Hanna. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Bishop, Corp. James Moore and 
Capt. Thomas Wells. 

Daughter of George Washington Bishop and Lucy Threkeld Wells, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Harvey Wells and Mariel T. Waller, his 
wife; Henry Bishop and Nancy Lampson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Waller and Lucy Threkeld, his 
wife; George Washington Bishop and Nancy Moore, his wife; Wil- 
liam Wells and Mary Harvey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bishop and Martha Allen, his wife; 
James Moore and Ellen Carter, his wife; Thomas Waller and So- 
phia Gaither, his wife; Thomas Wells and Ruth Harrison, his wife. 

James Moore was placed on the invalid pension list of 
Fleming county, Ky., 1795, for service of corporal in the Vir- 
; ginia Line. He was born in King William Co., Va., 1729. 

John Bishop served as private and sergeant in the German 
Battalion, Continental Line, 1776. He was born in England,. 
1736, and died in Pennsylvania. 

Thomas Wells served in the Continental Artillery, Knox's 
regiment, and was captain when he resigned, 1780. He was 
born in Mass., and died 1799. 

MISS JESSE BENTON CARY. 18890 

Born in College Hill, Ohio. * 

Descendant of Roswell Fenton. 

Daughter of Samuel Fenton Gary and Lida Stilwell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Gary and Rebekah Fenton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Roswell Fenton and Deborah Freeman, his 
wife. 

Roswell Fenton, (1750-1806), enlisted in the first call for 
troops ; served in the defense of Boston and was discharged 
on account of ill-health. He was born in Mansfield, Conn., 
and died in Kentucky. 

21 



322 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. JENNIE EDWARDS HUNT. 18891 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Judson Hunt. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Edwards. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Alphonso Edwards and Malvina Madarex 
Sharon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Augustus Edwards (1791-1842) and 
Polly Barker, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Edwards and Lucy Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Edwards, (1757-1826), was a minute man at the 
Stone Bridge, Concord, 1775. He served three enlistments. 
He was bom in Acton, Mass., and died in Temple, N. H. 

Also Nos. 5377, 1 1503. 

MRS. ALICE GLENN CORRE. 18892 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Wife of Albert Gallatin Corre. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Steele, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lewis Glenn and Lucy Maria Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Slater Lewis and Keziah Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Steele, Jr., and Lucy Wright, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Steele and Sarah Sage, his wife. 

Ebenezer Steele, (1727-1812), served in the Light Horse in 
the defense of New York, 1776. He was born in Farmington 
and died in New Britain, Conn. 

Also No. 8544. 

MRS. HELEN CURTIS WEBSTER. 18893 

Born in New York, New York. 
Wife of John Howard Webster. 
Descendant of Lieut. Henry Scudder and Ezekiel Wicks, of 

New York. 

Daughter of Calvin Curtis and Elizabeth Augusta Wicks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Haviland Wicks (1786-1845) and Mary Scudder 
(1784- 1847), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Prime Scudder and Hannah Bryant, 
his wife; Jesse Wicks and Susannah Kelsey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Scudder and Phebe Carll, his 
wife; Ezekiel Wicks and Sarah Haviland, his wife. 

Henry Scudder, (1743-1822), was lieutenant of minute men 



LINEAGE BOOK. 323 



at Long Island, where he was captured. He served as aide 
to Gen. Nathaniel Tallmadge and had many narrow escapes 
harassing the enemy. He was born and died in Huntington, 
L.L 

Also Nos. 1 1663, 17739. 

Ezekiel Wicks was in the secret service from Huntington 

and after the battle of Long Island he was so obnoxious to 
the British that he took refuge in Connecticut. 
Also Nos. 4516, 5725. 

MRS. EMELINE RUSSELL BOLTON. 18894 

Born in Adams, New York. 

Wife of Thomas Bolton. 

Descendant of John Russell, of New York. 

Daughter of Alanson Russell and Nancy Calkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Russell and Martha Thrall, his wife. 

John Russell, (1761-1844), was placed on the pension roll 
of Jefferson Co., N. Y., 1832, for service of private in the 
Massachusetts Line. He died in Rodman, N. Y. 

Also No. 17795. 

MISS BERTHA SHELLEY PECHIN. 18895 

Born in Nice, France. 

Descendant of John Russell. 

Daughter of Edmund Cash Pechin and Mary Shelley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Shelley and Clarinda Russell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Alanson Russell and Nancy Calkins, his wife. 
See No. 18894. 

MISS MARGUERITE SHELLEY PECHIN. ' 18896 

Born in Yonkers, New York. 

Descendant of John Russell. 

Dai^hter of Edmund Cash Pechin and Mary Shelley, his wife. 

See Nos. 18894, 18895. 

MRS. MARIA PARIS BECKWITH. 18897 

Born in Monson, Massachusetts. 
Wife of David H. Beckwith. 
Descendant of Joseph Davis. 

Daughter of Benjamin G. Haynes (b. 1797) and Paris Davis (b. 
1802), his wife. 



324 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Davis (b. 1771) and Tammason Bartlett 
(b. 1777), his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Davis and Sarah Davis, his wife (m* 
1743). 

Joseph Davis served as a private in the Connecticut militia. 
He was born in Woodstock, 1725. 

MRS. MARY EDWARDS CHILDS. 18898 

Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Oscar A. Childs. 

Descendant of Oliver Edwards, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elisha Edwards and Eunice Lombard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Edwards and Rachel Parsons, his wife. 

Oliver Edwards, (1755-1829), was a minute man in Capt. 
Jonathan Allen's company at the Lexington Alarm. He wa& 
bom in Northan^ton and died in Chesterfield, Mass. 

Also No. 5821. 

MRS. CELIA SMITH CORNELL. 1889^ 

Bom in Delhi, New York. 
Wife of John B. Cornell, Jr. 
Descendant of Corp. Samuel Stowell. 

Daughter of Newton Whiton Smith and Celia Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marcus Stowell Smith and Mary A. Smith, hi» 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jason Smith and Eunice Stowell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Stowell and Hannah Whiton, 
his wife. 

Samuel Stowell, (1761-1850), enlisted at sixteen and served 
to the surrender of Cornwallis. He was placed on the pen- 
sion roll of Tolland county, Conn., 1818, and transferred to 
Oswego Co., N. Y., 1823. He was bom in Wellington, Conn., 
and died in Orwell, N. Y. 

M^S. DAISY MAE CRAIG BENTEL. 1890a 

Born in Overpeck, Ohio. 
Wife of Frederick C. Bentel. 
Descendant of Thomas Berry. 

Daughter of William Berry Craig and Emaline Wehr, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Craig and Jane Berry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Berry and Hester Grey, his wife. 
Thomas Berry was placed on the pension rolls of Butler 



LINAGE BOOK. 3^5 



Co., Ohio, 1832, at the age of sixty-nine, for service of pri- 
vate in the Virginia Continental Line. He was bom in Vir- 
ginia and died in Miltonville, Ohio. 

MRS. CLARICE VIRGINIA BUTLER ASHBAUGH. 18901 

Born in Minersville, Ohio. 

Wife of W. N. Ashbaugh. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Butler, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ithamar Marion Butler and Virginia Orwig, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Green Butler and Temperance Orwig, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Butler and Esther Green, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Butler and Ann Dalrymple, his 
wife. 

Thomas Butler, (1740-1832), served under Gen. Anthony 
Wayne at the battle of Paoli and was at Valley Forge. He 
was born in Chester and died in Blair Co., Pa. His brothers 
William and John also gave service. 

MRS. LILLIE BURKET EOFF. 18902 

Born in Findlay, Ohio. 
Wife of Louis W. Eoflf. 
Descendant of John Burkhardt. 

Daughter of Jacob F. Burket and Pansy Delight Walters, his wife. 
(^ Granddaughter of Solomon Burket and Mary Brehin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Burkhardt and Catherine Fox, his wife. 
John Burkhardt, (1753-1847), enlisted, 1778, from Reading, 
Pa., in Von Heer's Light Dragoons and served to the close 
of the war. He was born in Switzerland and died in San- 
dusky, Ohio. Upon his tombstone is inscribed "A member of 
Washington's Life Guard." 

18903 

MRS. MARIA C. YOUNG. 18904 

Born in West Liberty, Ohio. 

Wife of Robert Young. 

Descendant of Richard Hancock. 

Daughter of Richard Hancock Cheetham and Mary Hendricks 
McCord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sydney Algernon Cheetham and Margaret 
Amelia Hancock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Hancock and Eve Burrell Wilson, 
his wife. 



326 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTION. 

Richard Hancock served as a private in Capt. John Boyd's 
company, Col. Thomas Porter's regiment of Lancaster 
county Pennsylvania Associators, 1776. He was born 1750. 

MRS. ALICE DELIA BIERCE LYMAN. 18905 

Born in Tallmadge, Ohio. 
Wife of Alfred Lyman. 
Descendant of Sergt. William Bierce, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius Verus Bierce, Jr., and Delia Robinson, his first 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Whitney Bierce and Harriet Hindman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Bierce and Abigail Bell, his wife. 

William Bierce, (1753-1835), enlisted in 1775 and served 
through the war. He was in many battles and suffered the 
privations of Valley Forge. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Portage Co., Ohio at the age of eighty for service of 
sergeant in the Connecticut Continental Line. 

Also No. 12430. 

MISS BESS GERTRUDE RHOADS. 18906 

Born in Newark, Ohio. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Meeker, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Peter F. Rhoads and Eliza Adelaide Dean, his wife 

Granddaughter of Andrew Jackson Dean and Mary Fox Kane, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter L. Dean and Elizabeth Meeker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Meeker and Phoebe Pasel, his wife. 

David Meeker served as sergeant in the Essex county mili- 
tia. He was born in Essex Co., N. J., died in Elizabeth, 1787. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE SLACK FOX. 18907 

Born in Muskingum County, Ohio. 
Wife of George R. Fox. 
Descendant of John Slack.. 

Daughter of Robert Slack and Sarah J. Victor, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jacob Slack and Mary Hauk, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Slack and Sarah Lapose, his wife. 
John Slack, (1754-1838), served several enlistments under 
different commands. He was placed on the pension roll of 



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Muskingum Co., Ohio, at the age of seventy-nine, for service of 
private in the Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Penn- 
sylvania and died in Ohio. 

MRS. IDA BROWN BRIGHAM. 18908 

Born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. 
Wife of Will E. Brigham. 
Descendant of Edward Munro, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Joseph Lindsey Brown and Biansa Vose, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Palmer Brown and Phebe Munro, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Munro and Sarah Hoar, his wife. 

Edward Munro, (i 747-1835), was placed on the pension roll 
at eighty-five for service of private in the Rhode Island militia. 
He was born and died in Bristol, R. I. 

Also Nos. 1529, 3483, 5599, 6633. 

MRS. HELEN BEACH JONES. 18909 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 

Wife of Samuel Milton Jones. 

Descendant of Asa Brigham and of Stephen Brigham. 

Daughter of William A. Beach and Harriet Brigham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mavor Brigham and Clarissa Bell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sullivan Brigham and Amanda Spaulding, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Brigham and Sarah Harrington, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Brigham and Mary Newton, his 
wife. 

Asa Brigham, (1721-77), served in the Burgoyne campaign. 

His sons Alpheus, Leonard and Lyman were soldiers. 

Stephen Brigham, (1754-1849), responded at the Lexington 
Alarm and was a volunteer at Bunker Hill. He was placed 
on the pension roll of Oneida county, N. Y., at seventy-nine 
for service of private in the Massachusetts Continental Line, . 

Also Nos. 7292, 11975. ,-^ 

« 

MRS. ANNA BEACH MACLAREN. 18910 

Born in Toledo, Ohio. 
Wife of Selah Reeve Maclaren. 

Descendant of Stephen Brigham and of Asa Brigham. 
Daughter of William A. Beach and Harriet E. Brigham, his wife. 
See No. 18909. 



328 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MISS HARRIET REEVE MACLAREN. 18911 

Born in New York, New York. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Tusten and of Capt. Chris- 
topher Van Duzer, of New York. 

Daughter of William Maclaren and Harriet Reeve, his wife. 

•Granddaughter of Selah Reeve and Elizabeth Van Duzer, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Van Duzer and Julia Tusten, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tusten and Julia Conkling, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Tusten, (1716-96), was a member of the Provin- 
cial Congress from Goshen, 1775-77, and served on war com- 
mittees. He was born in Southhold, L. I., and died in 
Goshen, N. Y. His son Benjamin was killed at Minisink. 

Christopher Van Duzer, (1743-1812), was capta^ of militia 
at Fort Montgomery, 1777. He was born in Cornwall, N. Y., 
and died in New Windsor. 
/ Also Nos. 3704, 1 1805. 

MRS. GEORGIANA PARKE PARSONS. 18912 

Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John E. Parsons. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Parke. 

Daughter of Benjamin Parke and Elizabeth Leebrick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Parke and Eunice Champlin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Parke and Hannah Stanton York, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Parke, (1735-75), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm and commanded a company of Connecticut min- 
ute men at Bunker Hill, where he was mortally wounded. He 
was born in Westerly, R. I. 

MISS CATHERINE E. PARSONS. 18913 

Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Parke. 
Daughter of John E. Parsons and Georgiana Parke, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Parke and Elizabeth Leebrick, his 
wife. 
See No. 18912. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 329 



MRS. FLORA ALICE DAVENPORT MACK. 18914 

Born in North Union, Ohio. 
Wife of John Tolman Mack. 
Descendant of Anthony Sims Davenport. 

Daughter of Anthony Sims Davenport and Penelope Ritchhart, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bazil Davenport and Sarah Evans, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Anthony Sims Davenport and Mary Bazil, 
his wife. 

Anthony Sims Davenport, (1757-1835), was placed on the 
pension roll of Ohio at the age of seventy-six for service of 
private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Maryland 
and died in Pickaway Co., Ohio. 

MRS. STELLA BEESON SLAUGHTER. 18915 

Born in Leesburg Ohio. 
Wife of Martin Slaughter. 
Descendant of Ashley Johnson and of Evan Evans. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Beeson and Elvira Ann Pavey, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Stafford Pavey and Sarah Evans, his 
wife; Ruel Beeson and Martha Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Evans and Eve Shrawger, his wife; 
Ashley Johnson and Mildred Johnstone, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Evan Evans and Mary Marmaduke, his 
wife. 

Ashley Johnson, (1765-1848), enlisted at fifteen and on ac- 
count of his youth was given guard duty at Norfolk, Va. He 
was born in Lynchburg, Va., and died in Leesburg, Ohio. 

Also No. 9994. 

Evan Evans, (1750- 1847), gave hospital service in the war. 
He was born in Camden, N. J., died in Highland Co., Ohio. 

MRS. LUCY WILSON PETERS. 18916 

Born in Wasco County, Oregon. 
Wife of Joseph Trimble Peters. 
Descendant of James Nesmith. 

Daughter of Joseph Gardner Wilson and Elizabeth Millar, his wife. 
See No. 18140. 



330 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS PAULINE RUBY GRAIN LOONEY. 18917 

Born in Marion County, Oregon. 

Descendant of John Grain. 

Daughter of Jesse Looney and Ruby Bond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Walton Bond and Susannah Grain, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Grain and Mildred Walton, his wife. 
John Grain, (1759- 1834), was placed on the pension roll of 
Tennessee for service of private in the North Garolina Line. 

Also Nos. 14830, 16711, 17472. 

MISS HELEN BALL. 18918 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Gorp. Gideon Ball. 

Daughter of Maj. Gideon J. Ball and Emeline Hallenbeck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sheldon Ball and Jane McKnight Sterrett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Ball and Lydia Brockway, his wife. 

Gideon Ball, (1762-1826), enlisted, 1777, for three years, and 
1778, was promoted corporal. He was placed on the pension 
roll of Ontario Go., N. Y., 1826, for service of corporal in the 
Massachusetts Line. He was born in Granville, Mass., and 
died in Geneva, N. Y. 

MRS. SOPHY McGREARY GLARK. 18919 

Born in Richmond, Kentucky. 
Wife of Henry Alden Glark. 

Descendant of Gapt. Richard Swan, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of David B. McGreary and Annette Gunnison, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Fraser McGreary and Lydia Swan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Swan and Catherine Boggs, his wife. 

Richard Swan, (1755-1808), served in the Associators, 1776; 
was subsequently quartermaster's » sergeant of Lancaster 
county militia, and 1783 was made captain of prisoners' guard. 
He was born in Paxtang and died in Erie, Pa. 

MRS. ALIGE GHURGHILL GLARKE. 18920 

Born in Troy Gentre, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Gharles Seymour Glarke. 
Descendant of Gapt. Gharles Ghurchill, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of George Thompson Churchill and Sarah C. Lawrence, 
kis wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Belding Churchill and Phoebe M. Thomp- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter pf Samuel Churchill and Marcy Boardman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Churchill and Lydia Belding,. 
his wife. 

Charles Churchill, (1723-1802), served on important war 
committees and was untiring in his efforts to secure food and 
clothing for the troops. He commanded a company of mili- 
tia to repel the invasion of Tryon. He was born and died 
. in Wethersfield, Conn. 

MRS. HENRIETTA BAGG DOWNING. 18921 

Born in Worthington, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Jerome Francis Downing. 

Descendant of Lewis Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hiram Bagg and Eunice Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Smith and Eunice Judd, his wife. 

Lewis Smith, (1763-1838), served seven tours as a minute 
man in the New York militia. He received a pension at the 
age of seventy in Hampshire county, Mass. He was born in 
West Springfield and died in Northampton, Mass. 

Also Nos. 961 1, 17604. 

MRS. WINIFRED DOWNING GALBRAITH. 18922 

Born in Erie, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Davenport Galbraith. 
Descendant of Lewis Smith. 

Daughter of Jerome Francis Downing and Henrietta Bagg, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Hiram Bagg and Eunice Smith, his wife. 
See No. 18921. 

MRS. GRACE EVERETT JOHNSON. 18923 

Born in Dixon, Illinois. 
Wife of William N. Johnson. 
Descendant of Sergt. Andrew Everett and of Col. John 

Smith, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Dr. Oliver Everett and Bessie Law, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Everett and Phebe Clark, his wife. 



332 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Everett and Mary Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Smith and Elizabeth Woodcock, 
his wife (m. 1737). 

Andrew Everett, (1741-1813), enlisted as a private, 1775, 
and served as sergeant-major, 1778-79, under Capt. Abel 
Richards. He was born in Dedham and died in Peru, Mass. 

John Smith, (1716-1793), served on war committees of 
Wrentham, and in the militia at the Lexington Alarm. He 
was born in Ireland and died in Wrentham, Mass. 

MRS. ELLA MORRISON REED. 18924 

Born in Brocton, New York. 
Wife of Charles Manning Reed. 
Descendant of Lieut. Aaron Hale. 

Daughter of Ransom S. Morrison and Hannah Chase Hale, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Aaron Hale, Jr., and Tryphosa Chase, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Hale and Hannah Daniels, his wife. 
Aaron Hale, (1740-1829), served as ensign at the siege of 

Boston. He was commissioned lieutenant, 1777, and was at 
Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He was born 
in Haddam, Conn., and died in Greenfield, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 6264, 14818. 

MISS AVIS MABEL BIGELOW. 18925 

Born in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of James Bigelow. 

Daughter of Lorenzo D. Bigelow and Elizabeth Box, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Howe Bigelow and Mary Ann Muzzy, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Bigelow and Mary Graham, his wife. 

James Bigelow, (1762-1842), enlisted from Spencer as a 
private, 1780, and served as farrier under Col. Michael Jack- 
son. His anvil is still in the family. He was born in Spencer, 
Mass., and died in Mount Pleasant, Pa. 

MISS CARRIE A. BROWNING. 18926 

Born in Factoryville, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Joseph Wilson. 

Daughter of Ezra C. Browning and Mary L. Norris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orrin Browning and Minerva Wilson Capwell, 

his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 333 



Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel H. Capwell aild Polly Wilson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Wilson and Sarah Phillij^s, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Wilson and Elizabeth Rickey^ 
his wife. 

Joseph Wilson was a sailor on ^ privateer and lost a leg in 
the service. He was bom in Rhode Island about 1740; re- 
moved to Basking Ridge, N. J., and from there to Warwick^ 
Orange county, N. Y., where he died. 

MISS CLARA M. GARDNER. 18927 

Born in Factoryville, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Joseph Wilson. 

Daughter of Charles Gardner and Malvina A. Browning, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Orrin Browning and Minerva Wilson Capwell, 
his wife. 
See No. 18926. 

MRS. SARAH E. E. ANCONA. i892» 

Born in Tremont, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dan F. Ancona. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Weaver, Frederick Bechtel 
and Ens. Jacob Bordner, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Isaac Palm Bechtel and Elizabeth Weaver, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adam Weaver (1788-1849) and Juliana 
Bordner, his wife; Jacob Bechtel (1791-1866) and Salome Palm- 
(1796-1813), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Weaver, Jr., and Margaret Meyer, 
his wife; John Palm (1755-1830) and Catherine Lininger, his wife; 
Frederick Bechtel and Sarah Hohn, his wife; Jacob Bordner and 
Anna Maria Brosz, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Weaver and Elizabeth Filbert,, 
his wife. 

Henry Weaver, (1735-1815), was commissioned captain^ 
1777, of the Sixth company Berks county militia. He was 
born in Holland and died in Pa. 

Frederick Bechtel, (1746-1812), served as a private in Capt. 
Daniel De Turck's company, 1776. He was born in Philadel- 
phia and died in Berks county, Pa. 

Jacob Bordner, (1754-1837), served as ensign in the Berks- 
county militia, 1776. 



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. JULIA BOARDMAN KERR. 18929 

• 

Born in Clearfield, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of James Kerr. 

Descendant of Rev. Daniel Buck and of Ichabod Buck, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Boardman Smith and Laura Gibbs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Smith and Sarah Boardman Buck, his 
first wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Buck and Sarah Boardman, his 
first wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Buck and Ann Denton, his first 
wife (m. 1756). 

Daniel Buck, (1737-1814), served as major in the Albany 
county, N. Y., militia in the Revolution. He removed from 
the Mohawk Valley, 1786, to Pennsylvania. He was bom in 
New Milford, Conn., and died in Great Bend, Pa. 

Ichabod Buck, (1758- 1849), served as a private in Capt. 
Aaron Kellogg's company of Albany county militia. He was 
born in New Canaan, Conn., died in Susquehanna Co., Pa. 

MRS. FRANCES MARY SENER FREY. 18930 

Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Weitzel Frey. 

Descendant of George Leonard, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel Miller Sener and Susie Theresa Murray, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Christian Sener and Frances Mary 
Coggsdall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Coggsdall and Ann Mary Kline, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Kline and Elizabeth Leonard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Leonard and Catharine Yost, 
his wife. 

George Leonard, (1755-1847), served three years and was 
at Trenton, Princeton and Germantown. He was placed on 
the pension roll at the age of seventy-five for service of pri- 
vate in the Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was born 
and died in Lancaster. 



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UNEAGE BOOK. 335 



MISS MARGARET SLAYMAKER. 18931 

Born in Paradise, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Mathias Slaymaker and of Nathaniel 

Ellmaker. 

Daughter of William Mathias Slaymaker (1826-82) and Mary Cath- 
erine Eckert (1830-75), his wife (m. 1848). 

Granddaughter of William Mathias Slaymaker (1786-1828) and 
Elizabeth Ellmaker (1790-1838), his wife (m. 1812). 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Mathias Slaymaker (1761-1826) and 
Jane Slaymaker (cousins), his wife; Nathaniel Ellmaker and Eliza- 
* beth Fallenbaum (1754- 1836), his wife (m. 1778). 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mathias Slaymaker and Mary Smith, his 
wife. 

Mathias Slaymaker, (1730-1804) was lieutenant in the Third 
company, First battalion of Lancaster troops. 

Also Nos. 1604, 21 13, 8857, 9826, 10230, 14385. 

Nathaniel Ellmaker, (1751-1837), received the thanks of 
Washington for contributing aid to the army at Valley Forge. 

MRS. MARGARET DE HUFF MEILY RUST. 18932 

Born in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Ned Rust. 

Descendant of Capt Abraham De Huff, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Meily and Anna Elizabeth De Huff, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry De Huff and Margaret Arndt, his second 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter ofAbraham De Huff and Anne Elizabeth Sittler, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham De Huff and Mary Finch, his 
wife. 

Abraham De Huff, 1735-1821), commanded a company, 
Continental Line in Atlee's Musketry Battalion of the Fly- 
ing Camp. He was taken prisoner at Fort Washington, 1776, 
and not exchanged until 1778. He died in Lancaster, Pa. 

Also Nos. 6833, 16954. 

MRS. EMMA POLLOCK CORSS. 18933 

Born in Milton, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles Corss. 

Descendant of Slater Clay and of Samuel Pollock, of Penn- 
sylvania. 
Daughter of Hon. James Pollock and Sarah Hepburn, his wife. 



336 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Hepburn and Ann Clay, his wife; WH- 
liam Pollock and Sarah Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Slater Clay and Hannah Holstein, his wife;^ 
Samuel Pollock and Margaret Johnson, his wife. 

Slater Clay, (1754-1821), served as a civil officer in the coun-^ 

cils of Delaware. He was bom in New Castle, Del., and 
died in Evansburg, Pa. 

Also No. 10760. 

Samuel Pollock, (1739-1822), served as a private in the 
Lancaster county militia. He was bom in Ireland and died 
in Derry township, Pa. 

MRS. MARY LOUISE MACKEY BALL. 18934 

Born in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Francis Pollock Ball, M. D. 
Descendant of Slater Clay. 

Daughter of Hon. L. A. Mackey and Mary Hepburn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Hepburn and Ann Clay, his wife. 
See No. 18933. 

MRS. GEORGIANNA WETHERILL COX. 18935 

Born in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Wife of Walter E. Cox. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Col. Samuel Wetherill and Sara M. Chattin, his wife.. 

Granddaughter of John Price Wetherill and Maria Kane Yates- 
Lawrence, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wetherill and Rachel Price, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughler of John Price and Rebecca Morgan, his^ 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Morgan and Rachel Piersol, 
his wife. 

Jacob Morgan, (1716-92), was colonel of Berks County As- 
sociators, 1776. He was a member of the Supreme Executive 
Council and delegate to the Constitutional Convention. He 
was born in Wales and died in Morgantown, Pa. 

Also Nos. 1T07, 2101, 7605, 8258. 10226, 11741, 12998. 

MRS. ANNA WILLIAMSON THOMPSON. 18936 

Born in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Joseph Whitaker Thompson. 

Descendant of Maj. Patrick Anderson and of Lieut. Isaac 
Anderson, of Pennsylvania. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 337 



Daughter of William L. Williamson and Mary E. Pennypacker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Anderson Pennypacker and Ann Penny- 
packer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Pennypacker and Sarah Anderson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Anderson and Mary Lane, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Anderson and Elizabeth Mor- 
ris, his wife. 

Patrick Anderson, (1719-93), was captain of the First com- 
pany of Pennsylvania musketry, and commanded the battal- 
ion as senior captain after the colonel was killed at the battle 
of Long Island. He was a member of Assembly, 1778-80. 
He was bom and died in Chester county. 

Isaac Anderson, (1760- 1838), served as ensign and lieuten- 
ant in the Pennsylvania militia. He was express messenger 
between the camp at Valley Forge and the Congress at York. 
He was born in Chester county, where he died. 

Also Nos. 2459, 3734, 7333, 8171, 9840, 10214. 

MISS NATALIE BEACH CRARY. 18937 

Born in Shickshinny, Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Nathan Beach and of Zerali Beach, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Nathan Beach Crary and Miranda Lee Overton, hi$ 
wife. 

See No, 18152. 

MRS. HENRIETTA M. LEMMON. 18938 

Born in Honey Brook, Pennsylvania. 

Wife of S. Marple Lemmon. 

Descendant of Capt. James McConnell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel McConnell and Henrietta MunhoUand, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob McConnell and Margaret Hatfield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James McConnell and Mary Cunningham, 
his wife (m. 1790). 

James McConnell, (1746-1820), was captain of a company 
of foot in the Eighth battalion of militia of Lancaster Co. 
The commission is still in the family. He was born in Ireland 
and died in Honey Brook, Pa. 

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338 DAUGHTHIRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

MISS SUSAN LETCHWORTH PATTERSON. 18939 

Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Nathan Denison and of Col. Nathan Deni- 

son, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas N. Patterson and Rachel Spencer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Patterson and Susan Letchworth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Patterson and Mary Denison, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Denison, Jr., and Elizabeth* Sill 
(1750-1812), his wife (m. 1769). 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Denison and Ann Gary, his 
wife (m. 1736). 

Nathan Denison, (1716-1803), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence of Westmoreland. He died in Kingston, Pa. 

Nathan Denison, Jr., (1740-1809), commanded the left wing 
at the battle of Wyoming and signed the terms of capitula- 
tion. He was born in Connecticut and died in Pennsylvania. 

Also Nos. 216, 7893, 1 1290, 15532, 17481. 

MRS. SARAH T. BARNS. 18940 

Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. 

Widow of Horace M. Barns. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Coggeshall, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter. of Thomas J. Coggeshall and Sarah Ann Church, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Coggeshall and Hannah Fales, his sec- 
ond wife. 

William Coggeshall, (1754-1823), served as orderly ser- 
geant in the Rhode Island militia commanded by Robert Elliott, 
in 1776. He was born and died in Bristol. 

Also No. 2752. 

MRS. MARY SWINBURNE ROBINSON. 18941 

Born in Newport, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Edwin Robinson. 

Descendant of Capt. George Sinkins, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George W. Swinburne and Martha C. Mumford, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Mumford and Mary E. Sinkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Arnold Sinkins and Eliza Sinkins, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 339 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Sinkins and Mary Aldridge, his 
wife. 

George Sinkins was sailing master of the sloop "Provi- 
dence," 1777, under Capt. John P. Rathbone, when he was 
killed in an engagement near Sandy Hook. 

Also No. 15933. 

MISS ELIZABETH BOSWORTH. 18942 

Born in Newport, Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Peleg Chapman, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Peleg Bosworth and Annie Waters, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Smith Bosworth and Rebecca Taylor, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Edward Easton Taylor and Rebecca Chap- 
man, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Brenton Chapman and Rebecca Kaighn, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peleg Chapman and Mary Young, 
his wife. 

Peleg Chapman, (1730-86), was mate on the privateer 
"Lady Washington'* under Capt. James Godfrey. He was 
bom and died in Newport. 

Also No. 15925. 

18943 
MRS. WAITY E. CONGDON. 18944 

Born in North Kingston, Rhode Island. 

Wife of William P. Congdon. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dyer, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Silas Spink and Sarah E. Spink, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ishmael Spink and Ruth Dyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dyer and Waity G. Eldred, his wife. 

Samuel Dyer, (1757-91), entered the army as ensign and 
was captain of the First company of Kings county militia, 1779. 
He was born and died in North Kingston. 

MRS. DELIA E. HAMMOND. 18945 

Born in Hampton, Connecticut. 
Widow of John Alfred Hammond. 
Descendant of Sergt. Nehemiah Holt, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles C. Button and Elethiah Holt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Holt and Achsah Hammond, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Holt and Mary Lamphear. his 
first wife. 



340 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Nehemiah Holt, (1756-1824), served as sergeant in Dur- 
kee's Continental Regiment. He fought at Long Island, Har- 
lem Heights, where he carried the body of Col. Thomas 
Knowlton from the field; was at Trenton and Princeton. 
He was born in Windham and died in Chaplin, Connecticut. 

MISS HARRIET ALPHADINE ALLEN. 18946 

Born in Blackstone, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of John Allen, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Amos Carroll Allen and Harriet Allen, his wife. 
Granddaughtter of Christopher Allen and Martha Spink, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Allen and Martha Allen, his second 
wife. 

John Allen, (1747-1813), was a patriot who suffered impris- 
onment and loss of property. He supplied provisions to the 
army. He was born and died in North Kingston. 

Also Nos. 13977, 14780, \'j2Tj. 

MRS. ADELAIDE MORTON COMEE. 18947 

Born in New Bedford, Massackusetts. 

Wife of Frederic Towne Comee. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Morton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert G. Morton and Fanny R. Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Job Morton and Patience Purrington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Morton and Martha Tupper, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Morton, (1722-94), served on the Committee of 
Correspondence of Freetown, and was a member of the 
General Court. He was born in Plymouth and died in Free- 
town. His son Nathaniel served as a private. 

Also Nos. 12707, 14909. 

MRS. ANNIE LEE STEELE ADAMS. 18948 

Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 

Wife of Herbert M. Adams. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Bullock, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Sedgwick Steele and Sarah Cole Goff, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Darius Goff and Harriet Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Richard Goff and Mehitable Bullock^ 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 34I 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Bullock and Mary Horton, his 
wife. 

Stephen Bullock, (1735-1816), was captain of the Sixth com- 
pany, Bristol county militia, 1776, under Col. Thomas Car- 
penter. He was born and died in Rehobeth. 

Also Nos. 4719, 6948. 

MRS. ARMIDA C. EMANUEL. 18949 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Wife of Solomon Emanuel. 

Descendant of Sergt. Marks Lazarus, Samuel Mordecai, 
Myer Moses, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Marx E. Cohen and Armida Harby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mordecai Cohen and Leah Lazarus, his wife; 
Isaac Harby and Rachel Mordecai, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Marks Lazarus and Rachel Dores, his wife; 

Samuel Mordecai and Andrews, his wife; Solomon Harby 

and Rebecca Moses, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Myer Moses and Rachel Andrews, his 
second wife. 

Marks Lazarus, (1757-1835), was a cannoneer and was 
made prisoner 1780. He was placed on the pension roll at 
the age of seventy-seven for service of private and sergeant 
in the South Carolina militia. 

Samuel Mordecai served as a grenadier in South Carolina. 
He died in Savannah, Ga., 1820. 

Myer Moses, (1735-1800), gave aid to the city of Charleston 
when it was besieged by the British. He was born in Eng- 
land, died in Charleston, S. C. 

MISS KATHERINE MOSES. 1895a 

Born in Sumter, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Jonas Phillips, Myer Moses and Serg^. Marks 
Lazarus. 

Daughter of Altamont Moses and Octavia Cohen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Montgomery Moses and Catharine Phillips, his 
wife; Marx Cohen and Armida Harby, his wife. 

See No. 18949. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Myer Moses, Jr., and Esther Phillips, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Phillips and Rebecca Mendez 
Machado, his wife. 



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jonas Phillips, (1736- 1803), served as a private in the Penn- 
sylvania militia under Capt. John Linton. He was born in 
Germany and died in Philadelphia, Pa. 

Also No. 16649. 

MISS CAROLINE MOSES. 18951 

Born in Sumter, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Sergt. Marks Lazarus and of Myer Moses. 
Daughter of Andrew Jackson Moses and Octavia Harby, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Moses and Hannah Lazarus, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Marks Lazarus and Rachel Doris, his wife. 
See No. 18949. 

MRS. LEE C. HARBY. 1895:^ 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Wife of J. D. Harby. 
Descendant of Serg^. Marks Lazarus, Samuel Mordecai and 

Myer Moses. 
Daughter of Marx E. Cohen and Armida Harby, his wife. 
See No. 18949. 

MRS. HATTIE BRATTON HANAHAN. 18953 

Born in Yorkville, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. William Bratton and of Martha Bratton, 
of South Carolina. 

Daughter of James Rufus Bratton and Mary Rebecca Massey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Simpson Bratton and Harriet Rainey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Bratton and Martha Robertson, 
his wife. 

William Bratton, (1740-1815), gave gallant service in many 
battles and his victory at Huck's defeat, with inferior num- 
bers, has made his name famous. He is buried in Bethesda 
Churchyard, near the battlefield ; by his side rests his wife. 

Martha Bratton, (1750-1816), was a heroine of the Revolu- 
tion, whose noble deeds were commemorated 1839 at the cele- 
bration of Huck's defeat at Brattonville. 

Also Nos. 4717, 15297. 




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MISS ADDIE MATILDA HOWELL. 18954 

Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 

Descendant of Daniel Oakes. 

Daughter of Samie Spencer Howell and Josephine IngersoU Oakes, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ziba Burrell Oakes and Maragaret Garaux 
Christie, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Oakes and Mary Burrell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Oakes and Mourning Flagg, his 
wife. 

Daniel Oakes, (1761-1845), enlisted, 1780, in the artillery 
and also served in the Massachusetts infantry. He was born 
in Harvard, Mass., and died in Maine. 

MRS. BETTIE MILLS WRIGHT. 18955 

Born in Trousdale County, Tennessee. 
Wife of Moscow Wright. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. William Russell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Benjamin Mills and Chloe Byzer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Byzer and Sallie Saunders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hubbard Saunders and Chloe Russell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Russell and Tabitha Adams, his 
first wife. 

William Russell, ( 1735-93), a graduate of William and Mary 
College, commanded a company at Long Island Flats, 1776, 
and a regiment at Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, and 
was captured at Charleston. He was an original member of 
the Cincinnati of Virginia, where he was born and died. 

Also Nos. 711, 5231, 6099, 7373, 10685, 11085, 12038, 14700, 15080,. 
16768, 17302. 

MISS JANE BILES WHITSON. 18956 

Born in McMinnville, Tennessee. 
Descendant of David Vance. 

Daughter of William Vance Whitson and Rebecca Ridley War- 
ford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Newton Whitson and Caroline Smart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Whitson and Pricilla Vance, his wife. 

Gr-gr.-granddaughter of David Vance and Pricilla Brand, his wife. 

See No. 18192. 



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MISS LOUISE GRUNDY LINDSLEY. 18957 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Lawrence, of Long Island. 

Daughter of John Berrien Lindsley and Ssillie McGavock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Lindsley and Margaret Lawrence, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Lawrence and Elizabeth Berrien, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Lawrence, (1761-97), was a student of Princeton 
at the time of the battle. He served as lieutenant, 1780, was 
taken prisoner and not exchanged for two years. He was a 
member of the Cincinnati. He died in Hempstead, L. I. 

Also Nos. 9855, 17845. 

MRS. ELIZABETH LOUISE LINDSLEY DALLAS. 18958 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Wife of Hugh Dallas. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Lawrence. 

Daughter of Adrian Van Sinderen Lindsley and Rebecca Goodloe, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adrian Van Sinderen Lindsley and Eliza 
Trimble, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Lindsley and Margaret Lawrence, 
his wife. 

See* No. 18957. 

MRS. ANNIE DOWNS MADDIN. 18959 

Born in Lawrenceville, Georgia. 

Wife of Dr. J. W. Maddin. 

Descendant of Henry Downs, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William W. Downs and Henrietta Sparks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Downs and Sarah Downs (cousins), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Downs and Frances Few, his wife. 

Henry Downs, (1708-78), was a signer of the Mecklenburg 
Declaration of Independence. He died near Providence, 

N. C. 

Also No. 11805. 

MRS. FANNY DORMAN THRUSTON. 18960 

Born in Nashville, Tennessee. 
Wife of Gen. Gates P. Thruston. 
Descendant of Daniel Dorman. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 345 



Daughter of Roderick Dorman and Fanny Bang, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Dorman, Jr., and Cynthia Mixter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Dorman and Esther Hunt, his wife. 

Daniel Dorman served in the levies in the Eighth Connec- 
ticut Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. Isaac Sherman, 
1780. He was born in Connecticut about 1754. 

MRS. ELIZA HUDSON WARD. 18961 

Born in Dickson County, Tennessee. 
Wife of Dr. William Eldred Ward. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Williams. 

Daughter of Dr. John Rolfe Hudson and Araminta Claiborne 
Napier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wills Napier aand Cassandra Williams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Williams and Sarah Nixon, his wife. 

Daniel Williams, (1747-1827), commanded a company un- 
der Gen. Francis Marion and was one of the heroes of King's 
Mountain. He was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, and 
died in Dickson Co., Tenn. 

Also No. 7368. 

MRS. ANNE PORTER SNYDER. 18962 

Born in Paris, Tennessee. 
Wife of Elmer Ellis Snyder. 

Descendant of Sergt. Littleberry Patteson, of Virginia. 
Daughter of James William Porter and Margaret Devereux Mills, 

his wife. 

* 

Granddaughter of Robert Alexander Mills and Susan Archer Pat- 
teson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Patteson and Mary Jarratt, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Littleberry Patteson and Matilda Smith, 
his wife. 

Littleberry Patteson, (1754-1825), served as sergeant in 
Capt. Samuel Jordan CabelFs company, Sixth Virginia Bat- 
talion of Continental forces, 1776. 

18963 

18964 



346 DAUGHTERS Of THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. ELIZABETH S. GILLESPIE CALDWELL. 18965 

Born in Kingston, Tennessee. 
Wife of James A. Caldwell. 

Descendant of Col. George Gillespie, Alexander McEwen 
and Margaret Houston McEwen, of Tennessee. 

Daughter of George L. Gillespie (1812-1860) and Margaret A. Mc- 
Ewen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Gillespie (1767-1836) and Anna Neilson, 
his wife; John McEwen and Elizabeth Stephenson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Gillespie and Elizabeth Allen, his 
second wife; Alexander McEwen and Margaret Houston, his wife. 

George Gillespie, (1735-1820), was a patriot for whom Fort 
Gillespie was named and where the Whigs found refuge. 

Alexander McEwen was a defender of Fort Houston, as 
was also his wife. 

Also No. 17307. 

MRS. NANNIE SEVIER BISHOP. 18966 

Born in Greene County, Tennessee. 
Wife of John M. Bishop. 
Descendant of Gov. John Sevier. 

Daughter of George E. Jones and Catherine Jones, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James H. Jones and Louise Sevier, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Sevier and Nancy Conway, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Sevier and Sarah Hawkins, his first 
wife. 
John Sevier, (1745-1815), was a leader in the border warfare 

and the hero of thirty-five battles. He conceived the plan of 
Kings Mountain, one of the pivotal battles of the Revolution. 
He was born in Rockingham Co., Va., died in Alabama. A 
monument is erected in his honor at Na,shville. 
Also Nos. 914, 2212, 3285, 5148, 6654, 8276, 9378, 12569, 13952. 

MISS HELEN B. HARDIN. 18967 

Born in Liberty County, Texas. 

Descendant of Col. William Hardin. 

Daughter of Frank Hardin and Cynthianna O'Brien, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Swan Hardin and Jerusha Blackburn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Hardin and Sarah Bledsoe, his wife. 
William Hardin, (1741-1810), served under Gen. Francis 

Marion in the partisan warfare of the Carolinas. He was- 
born in Carolina and died in Georgia. 
Also No. 9878. 



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MRS. JEANNETTE STEVENSON STANBERY. 18968 

Bom in New York, N. Y. 
Wife of Henry Stanbery. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Brown, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Harry Baldwin and Mary Stevenson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cyrus Baldwin and Eliza Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel B. Brown and Hannah H. Ward, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Eunice Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Daniel Brown, (1747- 1776), was second lieutenant in the 
New Jersey Continental Line, under Capt. Joseph Morris, 
1775. He was bom and died in Newark, N. J. 

MRS. MARTHA REDD FONTAINE FLOURNOY. 18969 

Born in Pontotoc, Mississippi. 
Wife of. R. W. Flournoy. 
Descendant of Gov. Patrick Henry, Lieut. John Redd, Col. 

George Waller, Corp. John Fontaine, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Madison Redd Fontaine (b. 1824) and Elizabeth Gil- 
lispie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John James Fontaine and Mary Carr Redd, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Fontaine and Martha Henry, his wife; 
John Redd and Mary Carr Waller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Waller and Mary Ann Carr, his 
wife; Patrick Henry and Sarah Shelton, his first wife. 

Patrick Henry, (1736-99), commanded the first troops of 

the colony and was the first governor. He was an able 

statesman, a great orator and leader of men throughout his 

life. He was born in Hanover and died in Charlotte Co., Va. 

Also Nos. 73. 1109, 5097, 6671, 8644, 9559, 10299, 12555, 13038. 
John Redd, (1755-1850), served as sergeant major in Col. 

William Christopher's company, 1776. He was placed on 
the pension roll at the age of seventy-seven, for service of en- 
sign and lieutenant. He was bom and died in Henry county. 

Also Nos. 2636, 12205. 

George Waller, (1735-90), served as major at the battle of 

Guilford and was promoted colonel. He died in Henry Co. 
John Fontaine, (1750-1792), served in the dragoons under 
"Light Horse Harry Lee." 

18970 



348 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



MRS. ELIZABETH DENISON PFOUTZ. 18971 

Born in Troy, New York. 
Wife of John S. Pfoutz. 

Descendant of Nathan Denison and of Col. Nathan Deni- 
son, Jr. 

Daughter of Gilbert R. Rislay and Sarah Denison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lazarus Denison and Elizabeth Carpenter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Denison, Jr., and Elizabeth Sill, his 
wife. 

See No. 18939. 

MRS. MARY CRITTENDEN GORHAM. 18972 

Born in Poultney, Vermont. 
Wife of Henry Grant Gorham. 
Descendant of Sergt. Seymour Crittenden. 

Daughter of William Henry Crittenden and Lucy Evelyn Hosford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seymour Crittenden and Abigal Ruggles, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seymour Crittenden and Sybil Kinney, his 
wife. 

Seymour Crittenden served as sergeant in the Berkshire 
Co., Mass., militia, 1777. He died in Poultney, Vt., 1828. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE BAKER GRAY AVERY. 18973 

Born in Middletown Springs, Vermont. 

Wife of Brainard Avery. 

Descendant of Reuben Baker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Y. Gray and Sarah Amelia Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Everett Clark and Sarah Octavia Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Baker and Lydia Mason, his wife. 

Reuben Baker, (1758-1811), served in the Massachusetts 
militia at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Rehobeth, 
Mass., removed to Ira, Vt., and died at Fort Ann, N. Y. 

Also No. 5445. 

MRS. SARAH AMELIA GRAY. 18974 

Born in Poultney, Vermont. 

Wife of Albert Y. Gray. 

Descendant of Reuben Baker. 

Daughter of Everett Clark and Sarah Octavia Baker, his wife. 

See No. 18973. 



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MRS. LIDA LOOMIS RIPLEY. 18975 

Born in Whitehall, New York. 
Wife of George Harris Ripley. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Cook, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Lewis Loomis and Eliza Smith Adams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Loomis and Semantha Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Loomis and Margaret Cook, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cook and Chloe Atwater, his wife. 

Samuel Cook, (1746-1824), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Robert 

Warner's company recruited in Hartford county and was pro- 
moted sergeant, 1780. The powder horn he carried is still in 
the family. He died in Hartford. 
Also No. 17861. 

MRS. MINNIE BAKER HAZEN. 18976 

Born in Ashland, New Hampshire. 
Wife of Perley F. Hazen. 
Descendant of George Denison. 

Daughter of Andrew Oliver Baker and Pamela Submit Denison, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Denison and Pamela Lathrop Head, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Denison and Theody Brown, his wife 
(m. 1772). 

George Denison, (1751-1829), served as a private in the 
Connecticut militia. He was bom in Stonington, Conn., and 
died in Hartland, Vt. 

MRS. IDA BALLOU WEEKS. 18977 

Born in Montpelier, Vermont. 

Wife of Clinton B. Weeks. 

Descendant of Samuel Upham and of Samuel Upham, Jr. 

Daughter of Wallace Hosea Ballou and Sarah Maria Upham, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Upham and Maria Weeks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hon. William Upham (1791-1853) and Sarah 
Keyes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Upham, Jr., and Patty Livermore, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Upham and Martha Upham^ 
his wife. 



350 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Upham served on the Committee of Safety, 1779-80. 
He was born in Maiden, Mass., 1722. 

Samuel Upham, Jr., (1762-1848), was placed on the pension 
roll of Vermont at the age of sixty-nine, for service of a pri- 
vate in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Leicester, 
Mass., and died in West Randolph, Vt. 

Also No. 4970. 

MISS ALICE E. PARKER. 18978 

Born in Royalton, Vermont. 
Descendant of Silas Williams. 

DsLUghter of Charles Newman Parker and Laura Freeman Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Williams and Philena Freeman, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Williams and Eunice Crandall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Williams and Mary Flynn, his wife. 

Silas Williams, (1750-1843), enlisted in the cavalry, 1776. 
He also served in the commissary, and under different com- 
mands in the Connecticut militia during the war. He was 
born in Pomfret, Conn., and died in Royalton, Vt. 

Also No. 12458. 

MISS HARRIETTE EUNICE FULLAM. 18979 

Born in Windsor County, Vermont. 

Descendant of Sergt. Timothy FuUam. 

Daughter of Benoni Buck Fullam and Harriette Elizabeth Metcalf, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sewall Fullam, Jr., and Eunice Howe Goddard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sewall Fullam and Mehitable Harris, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Fullam and Elizabeth Thomp- 
son, his wife. 

Timothy Fullam, (1741-1829), served at the Lexington 
Alarm as a private, and at Bennington as a sergeant. He was 
born in Weston, Mass., and died in Reading, Vt. 

MRS. ELIZABETH BAYLEY CHAMBERLAIN. 18980 

Born in Newbury, Vermont. 
Wife of Ezra Bartlett Chamberlain. 
Descendant of Gen. Jacob Bayley, of Vermont. 



UNJSAGS BOOK. 351 



Daughter of Harry Croswell Bayley and Lucy Ann Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Bayley and Betsey Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Bayley and Prudence Noycs, his wife. 

Jacob Bayley, (1726-1815), was appointed brigadier general 
of militia, 1776. He was a member of the Committee of 
Safety ; of the first Governor's Council of Vermont, and served 
as Commissary general of the Northern Department. 

Also Nos. 8291, 10633, 15340, 16510, 17324- 

MRS. MARIANNA JONES BOWEN MARTIN. 18981 

Born in Weathersfield, Vermont. 

Wife of Cullen Elvirus Martin. 

Descendant of Thomas Pratt, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Sylvester Bowen and Caroline Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Pratt (1789- 1849) and Mary Jones, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pratt and Sarah Neal, his wife. 

Thomas Pratt, (1736-1818), served as a private in Capt. 
Obadiah Beal's company that marched to Dorchester, 1776. 
He was born and died in Cohasset. 

MRS. CARRIE ELLEN HARRINGTON DEAVITT. 18982 

Born in Royalston, Massachusetts. 

Wife of Thomas Jefferson Deavitt. 

Descendant of Sergt. Joshua Harrington. 

Daughter of Luther Harrington and Sarah Nourse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Harrington and Mary Forrestall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Harrington and Elizabeth Brigham, 
his wife. 

Joshua Harrington, (1755-1834), was placed on the pension 

roll of Cheshire county, N. H., at the age of seventy-eight for 
service of private and sergeant in the New Hampshire Conti- 
nental Line. He was born in Massachusetts and died in Fitz- 
william, N. H. 

MRS. NINA BOULDIN GREEN. 18983 

Born in Charlotte County, Virginia. 

Wife of Rev. Berryman Green. 

Descendant of Dr. Cornelius Baldwin, Lieut. Wood Boul- 

din, William Daniel and Archer Allen, all of Virginia. 



352 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN RRVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Judge Wood Bouldin and Martha Baldwin Daniel,. 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge William Daniel, Jr., (1770-1839) and Mar- 
garet Baldwin (1785-1826), his first wife; Judge Thomas Tyler 
Bouldin (d. 1833), and Anne Lewis (d. 1823), his first wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Daniel and Martha Allen, his wife; 
Wood Bouldin and Joanna Tyler, his wife; Dr. Cornelius Baldwin 
and Mary Briscoe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Archer Allen. 

Cornelius Baldwin, ( 175 1- 1827), was surgeon of the Eighth 
Virginia and was taken prisoner at Charleston, 1780. He re- 
ceived land for services rendered and was a member of the 
original Society of the Cincinnati. He was born in Elizabeth, 
N. J., died in Winchester, Va. 

Also Nos. 6, 3745, 4154. 

Wood Bouldin, 1777, served as lieutenant in the Fourteenth 
Virginia Regiment. His widow in 1840, at the age of eighty- 
eight, received a pension in Charlotte county for his service. 

Also Nos. 96, 15355, 17925. 

William Daniel served in the Virginia Line. 

Archer Allen was a member of the Committee of Safety of 
Cumberland Co., Va., 1775. 

MRS. BETTIE FITZHUGH SMOOT FULLER. 18984. 

Born in Alexandria, Virginia. 

Wife of Robert W. Fuller. 

Descendant of Capt. David Arell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William A. Smoot and Elizabeth Edmonds Parrott, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Egerton Smoot and Phebe C. Lowe, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Rector Magruder Lowe and Chris- 
tiana Arell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Arell and Phebe Caverly, his wife. 

David Arell commanded a company in the Third Virginia 
Regiment, 1778. He was born in Pennsylvania; removed to 
Alexandria before the Revolution; joined the Lodge of 
Washington, 1783, and became mayor of the town where he 
died, 1793. 

MRS. AGNES MARSHALL MAUPIN. 18985 

Born in Fauquier County, Virginia. 
Widow of Robert Washington Maupin. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 353 



Descendant of Col. Thomas Marshall and of Chief Justice 
John Marshall, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. John James Alexander Gault Taliaferro and 
Agnes Harwood Marshall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Marshall and Margaret Warner Lewis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Marshall and Mary Willis Ambler, bis 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph 
Keith, his wife. 

Thomas Marshall, (1730-1802), commanded a regiment in 
many battles, and the House of Delegates of Virginia voted 
him a sword for bravery. He was born in Westmoreland Co., 
Va., died in Mason Co., Ky.. 

John Marshall, (1755-1835), was lieutenant under his father 
at the battle of Great Bridge and served as captain in the 
campaign of the Jerseys. 

Also Nos. 311, 3161, 5099, 7783, 9585, 11517, 12247, 13052, 13935, 

15544, 17624. 

MISS AGNES HARWOOD NELSON. 18986 

Born in Culpeper County, Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Marshall and of Chief Justice 
John Marshall, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Eggborne Nelson and Eleanor Warner Talio- 
ferro, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John James Alexander Gault Taliaferro and 
Agnes Harwood Marshall, his wife. 

See No. 18985. 

MRS. VIRGINIA STEVENS WIGG CASSELL. 18987 

Born in Washington, District of Columbia. 
Wife of Norman Cassell. 

Descendant of Maj. William Hazzard Wigg. 

Daughter of William Hazzard Wigg and Emma Maria Steyeni, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hutson Wigg and Sarah Gait Martin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hazzard Wigg and Esther Hutson, 
his wife. 

William Hazzard Wigg, (1746-98), served as captain and 
major of cavalry in the militia of South Carolina. He was 
born and died in Beaufort. 

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354 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

MRS. MARGARET DOWNING WILCOX. 18988 

Born in Tallahassee, Florida. 

Wife of Edward N. Wilcox. 

Descendant of Capt. James Murdaugh, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles W. Downing and Fanny Murdaugh; his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Washington Murdaugh and Margaret Wal- 
ler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Murdaugh and Margaret Holladaj, 
his wife. 

Or. -gr. granddaughter of James Murdaugh and Mary Walke, his 
wife. 

James Murdaugh, (1743-98), commanded a company of 
minute men to defend the colony against the Tories and Bri- 
tish. He was born and died in Nansemond county. 

Also Nos. 13815, 1652a 

MISS CAROLINE RAMSAY RANDOLPH. 18989 

Born in Albemarle County, Virginia. 

Descendant of President Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Randolph and Jane Rollins Nichols, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. and Martha Jef- 
ferson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson and Martha Wayles Skel- 
ton, his wife. 

Thomas Jefferson, (1743-1826), author of the Declaration of 
Independence, Governor of Virginia, founder of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia and third President of the United States. 

Also Nos. 1685, 2140, 3152, 13244. 

MRS. MARY WAUGH BRAGG. 18990 

Born in Roanoke County, Virginia. 

Wife of Millard F. Bragg. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Andrew Lewis Pitzer and Martha Walton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Madison Pitzer and Eliza Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lewis and Jane McClanahan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lewis and Patsy Love, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lewis and Elizabeth Givens, 
his wife. 

See No. 18667. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 355 



MRS. MARY CAROLINE P. BENNETT. iSggi 

Born in Lynn, Massachusetts. 

Widow of John Christopher Faber Bennett. 

Descendant of James Gardner, M. D., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Gardner, M. D. and Mary Phillips, his wife. 

James Gardner, (1763-1831), enlisted as a private in the 
militia at the age of seventeen. He was born in Charlestown 
and died in Lynn, Mass. 

MISS JULIA G. GARDNER. 18992 

Born in Lynn, Massachusetts. 

Descendant of James Gardner. 

Daughter of James Gardner, M. D. and Mary Phillips, his wife. 
See No. 18991. 

MISS ANNIE WISE MAYO. 18993 

Born ip Richmond, Virginia. 

Descendant of John Mayo, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Carrington Mayo and Ellen Wise, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Carrington Mayo and Adeline Marx, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Mayo, Jr. and Abigail De Hart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Mayo and Mary Tabb, his wife. 

John Mayo, (1737-86), was a member of the Committee of 
Safety; of the House of Delegates, and of the State Consti- 
tutional Convention. He was born in Goochland county and 
died in Cumberland Co., Va. 

Also Nos. 955, 2696, 13058, 17866. 

MRS. CARRIE ZOLLICKOFFER PAYNE. 18994 

Born in Carroll, Maryland. 
Wife of William Jefferson Payne. 

Descendant of Capt. John Conrad Zollickoffer, of Mary- 
land. 

Daughter of Edward Zollickoffer and Jane Frances Cosby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Zollickoffer and Elizabeth Hartman, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Conrad Zollickoffer and Caroline Tri- 
bolett, his wife. 

John Conrad Zollickoffer, (1742-96), was appointed by 

Gov. Richard Caswell, captain of a North Carolina regiment, 



356 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

1778, and this commission is in the family. He was born in 

Switzerland, came to this county, 1777, and died in Baltimore. 
Also No. 15972. 

MISS MARIA LOUISE ROBERTS. 18995 

Born in Easton, Maryland. 
Descendant of Hon. Henry Griffith and of Capt. Samuel 
Griffith, of Maryland. 

^Daughter of Rev. John Roberts and Maria Louise Mathews, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James B. Mathews and Catherine Griffith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Griffith and Ruth Berry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Griffith and Ruth Hammond, his 
wife. 

Henry Griffith, (1720-94), was a member of the Committee 
of Observation of Frederick county, 1775. 

Samuel Griffith, (1752-1833), was captain of the Seventh 
company of regulars. Continental army, 1777. 

MJiS. HENRIETTA BEDINGER LEE. "^ 18996 

Born in Jefferson County, Virgfinia. 

Wife of Edmund Jennings Lee. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Bedinger, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Daniel Bedinger and Sarah Rutherford, his wife. 

Daniel Bedinger, (1760-1818), served as lieutenant in the 
Continental Line and was taken prisoner at Brandywine. He 
was a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Jefferson 
Co., Va., and died in Shepherdstown, W. Va. 

Also Nos. 347, 1632, 5102, 6782. 

18997 

MISS ELIZABETH BARTLETT. 18998 

Descendant of Abraham Bartlett. 

Daughter of Abraham Bartlett and Melinda Bartlett, his wife. 

Abraham Bartlett, (i 759-1 841), served as a soldier and re- 
ceived a pension. He was born in Durham, Mass., and died 
in Peterboro, N. Y. 

MRS. REBECCA SMITH TYLEE. 18999 

Born in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Edward Tylee. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 357 



Descendant of Austin Smith. 

Daughter of Austin Smith and Rebecca Reynolds, his wife.. 
See No. 18446. 

MRS. GRACE GARDNER WILSON TAYLOR. 19000 

Born in Salem, Oregon. 
Wife of Charles Winchester Taylor. 
Descendant of James Nesmith, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Joseph Gardner Wilson and Elizabeth Millar, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Wilson and Sally Nesmith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Nesmith and Mary McLeur, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Nesmith, Jr., (1718-93) and Mary 
Dinsmore, his wife. 
See No. 18140. 

" See No. — " indicates a reference to that number in the same volume. 

" Also No. — " indicates the National number of a "Daughter" who has entered the Society 
o n the same ancestor and whose lineage has been published in a former volume. This is 
done to link together widely scattered families. If the number should be 40C6, it will be in 
the fifth volume ; if 5005, in the sixth volume, etc. 

" Real Daughters" are those whose fathers rendered service in the cause of Independence^ 
and their names are printed in italics in the text and index. There are twelve "Real 
Daughters" in this volume. 



BOOKS OF REFERENCE FOR igrn VOLUME. 

Abington, Mass., History of 

Acworth, N. H., Merriirs History of 

Albany and Schenectady Counties, N. Y., History oi 

Albany, N. Y., Munsell s Annals of 

Albany, N. Y., Pearson's First Settlers of 

Alden Memorial, The 

Allen and Witter Families, Genealogy of 

American Ancestry, Munsell's 

American Episcopal Pulpit, Annals of the 

Americans, Biographical Sketches of Eminent 

Ancient Windsor, Conn., Stiles* History of 

Andover, Mass., History of 

Annals of the American Baptist Pulpit. 

Appleton's Encyclopaedia of American Biography. 

Ashfield, Mass., during the Reyolutionary War, Howe's Historical 

Sketches of the Times and Men in 
Ashley Family, Genealogy of 
Augusta Co., Va., Peyton's History of 
Augusta County, Waddell's Annals of 

Baldwin Genealogy. 

Bancroft's History of the United States. 

Bank of North America, Lewis' History of thr 

Barnstead, N. H., History of 

Bath, N. H., Sutherland's History of 

Battle Hill during the Revolution. 

Bedford, N. H., History of 

Bedingers Family, A Sketch of the 

Bergen Family, History of the 

Berks County Pa., History of 

Berkshire Co., Mass., History of 

Bigelow Genealogy. 

Boston, Frothingham's Siege of 

Boxford, Mass., History of 

Brainerd Genealpgy. 

Bridgewater, Mass., Kingman's History of North 

Bridgewater, Mass., Mitchel's History of 

Buell Family, History of the 

Buffalo Valley, Linn's Annals o^ 

Cabells and their Kin. 

Caldwell, Caruther's Life of 

Cambridge, Mass., Paige's 

Candee Genealogy. 

Candia., N. H., Moore's History of 

Cape Cod, History of 

Carolina s, Bernheim's German Settlements in the 

Centre and Clinton Counties, Pa., Linn's History of 

Chambersburg in the Colony and in the Revolution. 

Champion Genealogy, The 

Charlestown, N. H.. Saunderson's History of 

Cheshire, Mass., History of 

Chester, N. H., Chase's History of 

Childs Family, The 



360 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Claremont, N. H., History of 

Claremont, Spofford's List of Revolutionary Soldiers from 

Clay, The Family of 

Cogswells of America, The 

Complete Army and Naval Registers of the United States of Amci> 

ica from 1776-1887, Hamersley's 
Condict Family, Genealogical Record of 
Connecticut Historical Collections, Barber's 
Connecticut Historical Society Collections. 
Connecticut, Hollister's History of 
Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution. 
Connecticut, Porter's Historical Notes of 
Connecticut S. A. R., Year Book of 
Conquests of the Northwest, English's 
Craighead Genealogy. 
Croydon, N. H., History of 
Cutler Memorial and Genealogical History 

Dauphin County, Pa., Erie's History of 

Delaware, Biographical Encyclopaedia of 

Delaware, Scharf s History of 

Denison, A Record of the Descendants of Capt. George l . 

Denison Genealogy, The 

Derby, Conn., Orcutt's History of 

District of Columbia S. A. R., Register of the 

Drake's Dictionary of American Biography. 

Dutchess Co., N. Y., History of 

Dutchess County, N. Y., Smith's History of 

Dwight, of Dedham, Descendants of John 

Fairfield, Conn., Schenck's History of 

Fairfield Co., Conn., History of 

Fayette Co., Pa., Ellis' History of 

Felton Family, Cyrus Felton's History of the 

Fitzwilliam, N. H., History of 

Forbes Genealogy, Pierce's 

Forces American Archives. 

Framingham, Mass., Barry's History of 

Framingham, Mass., Temple's History of 

Franklin Co., Mass., Packard's History of the Churches and Min* 

isters of 
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Campbell's History of the 

Grafton, Mass., History of 

Grave's Family, The Genealogy of the 

Great Barrington, Mass., Taylor's History of 

Greenwich, Conn., History of 

Groton Heights, History of the Battle of 

Gardner's Dictionary of Army Officers. 

Georgia, Tones' History of 

Georgia, McCall's History of 

Georgia, Steven's History of 

Georgia, White's Historical Collection of 

Georgia, White's Statistics of 

Gibb's Documentary History American Revolution. 

Gillet, Descendants of Jonathan 

Gilmanton, N. H., Lancaster's History of 

Goodhue Genealogy, The 

Halls of New England, Genealogical Record of 



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Hampton, N. H., Dow's History of 

Hancock, N. H., Historv of 

Hartford Co., Trumbull s Memorial History of 

Ha^ood's Political History. 

Heitman's Historical Register of OfEcers of the Continental Army 
dtrine the War of the Revolution. 

Henniker, N. H., History of 

Herkimer Co., N. Y., Benton's History of 

Hillsborough Co., N. H., History of 

Historical Register of Masonic Fraternity of Alexandria, Va. 

Historv of the Rise, Progress and Establishment of the Indepen- 
dence of the United States, Gorton's 

Hollis, Memoirs of Thomas 

Hollis, N. H., Worcester's History of the Town of 

Holme's Annals of America. 

Holt Family in the United States, Genealogical History of the 

Howe's Historical Collections. 

Huntington, N. H., Old Times in 

Hyde Genealogy. 

Indian Wars, Hoyt's History of 

Johnston's Yale in the Revolution. 

Kennebunk, Maine, Bourne's History of 
Kent, Old-Hanson's 
Kentucky, Collins History of 
Kentucky, Green's Historical Families of 
Kentucky, Perrin's History of 
Kentucky, S. A. R., Year Book of 
Keyes and his Descendants, Solomon 
King's Mountain and its Heroes. 
King's Mountain, Draper's Heroes of 
Kingston, Schoonmaker's History of 

Lathrop Family Memoirs, Huntington's 

Lawrence, Genealogy of the Family of 

Lehigh and Northampton Counties, History cf 

Leland's Works. 

Lexington Alarm List. 

Lexington, Mass., History of the Town of 

Litchfield, Wilburne's Sketches and Chronicles of 

Litchfield, Conn., Woodruff's History of 

Livingston County, N. Y., History of 

Londonderry, N. H., Parker's History of 

Long Island, Thompson's History of 

Lord Genealogy, Salisbury's 

Lossing's Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution. 

Luzerne Co., Pa., Annals of 

Luzerne Co., Pa. History of 

Marblehead, Road's History of 
Marbury and Crawford's Digest. 
Marion, Simm's Life of 
Marlboro, Mass., History of the Town of 
Marsh, John, of Hartford. 
Marshall Family, Paxton's 
Marshall, Magruder's Life of 
Maryland, McSherry's History of 
Maryland, Scharf's History of 



562 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOUTTIOH. 

' ' ■ ■— ^^^ 

Maryland Society of the CiodiuiatL 

Massachusetts Historical Society Collectiofis. 

Massachusetts, Holland's History of Western 

Massachusetts in the Revolution, Soldiers and Sailors of 

Massachusetts Lexington Alarm Rolls. 

Massachusetts Muster and Pay Rolls. 

Massachusetts State Archives. 

Medfield, Mass., Hutchinson's History of 

Medical Men of the Revolution. Toner's 

Memphis, Tenn., Keating's History of 

Merrimac and Belknap Counties, N. H., History of 

Merrimac Co., X. H., nurd's History of 

Methuen, Mass., History of 

Michigan Pioneer Collection. 

Micklev Family of America. Genealogy of the 

Mills Genealogy. 

Miner's History of Wyoming. 

Monmouth and Ocean Counties, N. J.. Salter's History of 

Monmouth Co., N. J., Ellis' History of 

Morris Co., N. J., Munsell's History of 

Morses Memorial. 

Mtmsell's American Ancestry. 

Munson Record, The 

Nantucket. Macy's History of 

Natick, Mass., History of 

New Bedford, Mass., Ellis' History of 

Newbury, Mass., Coffin's History of 

Newburyport, Mass., History of 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 

.>ew England, Popular History of 

Newfanc, Vermont, History of 

New Hampshire, Hammond's State Papers of 

New Hampshire, McQintock's History of 

New Hampshire Revolutionary War Rolls. 

New Hampshire State Papers. 

Newington, Annals of 

New Jersey, Chamber's Early Germans of 

New Jersey in the Revolutionary War, Strykcr's Official Register 

of the Officers and Men of 
New Jersey, Wick's History of Medicine and Medical Men in 
New London, Conn.. Caulkin's History of 
New London Co., Conn., Hurd's History of 

New London County Historical Society, Records and Papers of the 
New York Archives, Femow's 
New York, Colonial History of the State of 
New York, Frontiersmen of 
New York, Jenkin's Lives of the Governors of 
New York, Simms' Frontiersmen of 
New York State in the Revolution. 

Northampton, Mass.. Antiquities. Historicals and Graduates of 
North Bridgewater, Kingman's History of 
North Carolina, Colonial Records of 
North Carolina, Foote's Sketches of 
North Carolina, History of Education in 
North Carolina, Hunter's Sketches of Western 
North Carolina, Wheeler's History of 
Northumberland Co., Pa., History of 
North-Western Territory, Burnet s Notes of the 



BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 363: 

Norwich, Conn., Caulkin's History of 

Ohio S. A. R., '96 Year Book of 

Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, Mead's 

Onondaga's Soldiers of the Revolution. 

Orange County, N. Y., Eager's History of 

Oranere Co., N. Y., Ruttenber's History of 

Orwell, N. Y., History of the Town of 

Parker Family, Genealogy of 

Peck Genealogy. 

Pennsylvania Associators and Militia in the Revolution. 

Pennsylvania Genealogies, Scotch, Irish and German, Egle's 

Pennsylvania, Histories of Wayne, Pike and Monroe Counties. 

Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 

Pennsylvania State Archives. 

Peterborough, N. H., History of the Town of 

Peterborough, N. H., Smith's History of 

Pettibone Genealogy. 

Philadelphia, History First City Troop of 

Philadelphia, Memorial History of 

Philadelphians, Simpson's The Lives of Eminent 

Phoenixville, Pa., Annals of 

Pierson's Genealogical Records. 

Pioneer Biographies of Early Settlers of Butler Co., Ohio, 1869^ 

McBride's 
Plymouth Co., Mass., Lewis* History of 
Plymouth Families, Genealogical Register of 
Portland, Maine, Willis' History of 

Potter Family and Descendants in America, Genealogies of 
Preable's History of American Flags. 
Prescott's History of the United States. 
Putnam Co., N. Y., Blake's History of 
Putnam's Journal. 

Queens Co., N. Y.. History of 

Ramsey's Annals. 

Reed Family, History of the 

Revolution, Mrs. Ellet's Women of the 

Rhode Island, Arnold's Vital Records of 

Rhode Island Colonial Records. 

Richardson Memorial. 

Ridgefield, Conn., Teller's History of 

Rindge Families, Steam's Genealogical Register of the 

Rindge, N. H., History of the Town of 

Rockingham and Strafford Counties, N. H., Hurd's Town History of 

Russell and his Descendants, Gen. William 

Saflfell's Records of the Revolutionary War. 

Saint Mark's Parish, History of 

Salisbury Family Histories and Genealogies. 

Sanbornton, N. H., History of the Town of 

Savage's Biographical and Genealogical Dictionary. 

Savage's General History. 

Savery and Severy Families, The 

Schenectady, N. Y., Pearson's Genealogies of the First Settlers of 

Schoharie Co., and Border Wars of the State of New York, History of 

Sea Coast Defense. 

Shaftesbury, Vt., Mattison's Sketch of 



364 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Sharpe Genealogy. 

Sinclair Family, Morrison's History of the 

Slocum Genealogy. 

Somerset and Hunterdon Counties, N. J., History of 

South Carolina, Gibb*s History of 

South Carolina, Moulton's History of 

South Carolina, Ramsey's History of The Revolution in 

South Carolina, Simm's History of 

Spalding Genealogy. 

Stamford, Huntington's History of 

Starr Genealogy. 

Stiles Family in America. 

Stratford, Orcutt's History of 

Strong Family, History of 

Stockbridge, Mass., History of 

Stockbridge, Mass., Jones' History of 

Stratford, Conn., Orcutt's History of 

Sudbury, Mass., Hudson's History of 

Suffolk Co., N. Y., Onderdonk's Revolutionary Incidents of 

Susquehanna County, N. Y., History of 

Susquehanna Co., Pa., History of 

Susquehanna, Early Times on the 

Sutton, Mass., History of 

Temple, N. H., Blood's History of 

Tennessee, Haywood's History of 

Tennessee, Phelan's History of 

Tennessee, Ramsey's Annals of 

Terry Families in the United States of America, Stephen Terry's 

Notes of 
Thacher's Military Journal. 
Thayer Family Memorial. 
The Pioneer History of Illinois, Reynold's 
Thomas Family, Lawrence Buckley Thomas' Genealogical Notes of 

The 
Thomaston, Me., Eaton's History of 

Thomas of Plymouth, Mass., A Genealogy of Descendants of John 
Tillinghast Genealogy. 
Torrington, Conn., Orcutt's History of 
Trans Allegheny Pioneers. 

Trenton and Ewing, N. J., Genealogy of Early Settlers in 
Trumbull, Life of Jonathan 

Van Brunt Family, Genealogy of the 
Vermont Governor and Council, Records of 
Vermont, Hall's History of Eastern 
Vermont, Huse's The Mert of 
Vermont, The Natural and Civil History of 
Vinton Memorial. 



Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 
Virgin 



a, Cambell's Ancient Dominion of 

a, Campbell's History of 

a, Foote's Sketches of 

a Cousins, Goode's 

a Genealogies, Hayden's 

a, Howe's History of 

a Peerage, The 

a State Papers, Calendar 



BOOKS OF REFERENCE 365 



Walker Genealogy. 

Walkers of the Old Colony and their Descendants. 

Wallingford, Conn., Davis' History of 

Walpole, N. H., History of 

Washington, Washington Irving's Life of 

Waterbury, Anderson's History of 

Waterbury, Conn., Bronson's History of 

Watertown, Mass., Bond's Genealogies of 

Wayne Co., Indiana, Young's History of 

Webster Family, Genealogy of 

Wells and Kennebunk, Me., History of 

Wells Family, History of 

Wentworth Genealogy. 

Westchester Co., N. Y., Scharf's History of 

West Branch Valley, Otzinackson's History of the 

Westchester Co., N. Y., Bolton's History of 

Westford, Mass., Hodgman's History of 

West Virginia, Lewis History of 

Whately, Temple's History of the Town of 

Wheeler's Reminiscences. 

Whitney Genealogy. 

Whittlesey Genealogy. 

William and Mary Quarterly. 

Williams Family, Genealogy of 

Wilson Family History, Kulp's 

Winchendon, Mass., History of 

Windham Co., Conn., History of 

Windham, N. H., History of 

Winning of the West, Roosevelt's 

Winslow Memorial. 

Wisner, Memorial of Henry 

Woodbury, Conn., Cothren's History of Ancient 

Woodstock, Vt., History of 

Worcester Co., Mass., History of 

Wright Genealogy. 

Wyoming, Miner's History of 

Wyoming, Stone's History of 

Wyoming Valley, Kulp's Families in the 

Yale Biographies and Annals, Dexter's 
Yale in the Revolution, H. P. Johnson's 
York Co., Pa., History of 



INDEX 



Daughters of the American Revolution, 





INDEX. 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Abbott; Gertrude Markell, 239 

Adams, Annie Lee Steele, 340 

Adams, Annie Mangery Rankin, 234 

Adams, Eliza, 247 

Adams, Mary Newbury, 165 

Adams, Sarah Coffin, 210 

Adams, Susan Ilsley, 209 

Adams, Susan Willson, 293 

Aiken, Ada Holcombe, 3 

Ainsworth, Lucy 14G 

Aldridge, Clara Peterson Billou, 124 

Allen, Harriet Alphadine, 340 

Almond, Eleanor Hortense, 286 

Almj% Annie Dean, 198 

Ambler, Jennie Beardsley, 99 

Ancona, Sarah E. E., 333 

Anderson, Susan Pieronnett Pierce, 267 

Andrews, Alice Anable, 292 

Andrews, Emily Allerton, , 301 

Andrews, Rose, 40 

Arnold, Leola 71 

Arnold, Mabel Clare, 71 

Ashbaugh, Clarice Virginia Butler, 325 

Ashworth, Jeffie Dickerson, 65 

Asser, Lelia Wotherspoon, 45 

Atkinson, Laura F., 179 

Avery, Josephine Baker Gray, 348 

Ayres, Jeanette Cameron, 18 

Ayr, Anne M., 249 



Babcock, Helen Maus, 138 

Bacon, Mary J., 276 

Bailey, Jessie Piper, 203 

Bailey, Sarah A., 255 

Bailey, Susan Boyden, 238 

Baker, Mary E., 254 

Baker, Dr. Sara Josephine, 290 

Baldwin, Annie B., ,. . . 144 

Baldwin, Martha Angell, 166 

Ball, Helen, 330 

Ball, Mary Louise Mackey, 336 

Balliet, Josie Dennis, 260 

Banks, Edith Marston, 99 

Banks, Margaret Laurena, 66 

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370 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Bannister, Frances Bryant, 152 

Barbour, Ella Tefft, 230 

Barbour, Fannie Cooley Williams, 39 

Barker, Hannah Bell, 162 

Barker, Rosalia Risley, 317 

Barnes, Emma Warren, ^. 204 

Barns, Sarah T., 338 

Barnum, Mary Hawes Gilmore, 252 

Barr, Leila Markoe, 153 

Barrows, Mary Pratt, 221 

Barrows, Nancy Femald, 232 

Barrows, Sarah Elizabeth, 222 

Barry, Emily Wait, 293 

Bartholomew, Mary Maud, 112 

BARTLETT, ELIZABETH, . . 356 

•Bassett, Anne Elizabeth Bryant, 117 

Bassett, Frances Lewis 137 

Batchelder, Ida Augusta, , 32 

Baxter, Katherine Crissey, 39 

Beale, Mary Woodruff Homan, 187 

Beardsley, Agnes Sartwell, 261 

Beck, Annie E., 240 

Beckwith, Maria Paris, 323 

Beeber, Mary J., 53 

Bell, Carrie Steele, 33 

Benjamin, Aimee Terrass, 65 

BENNETT, MARY CAROLINE PHILLIPS, 355 

Benson, Frances Rebecca, .166 

Benson, Persis Bennett, 267 

Bentel, Daisy Mae Craig , 324 

Benton, Mattiebrian Brown, 136 

Berri, Fannie W., 278 

Bigelow, Avis Mabel, , 332 

Bigelow, Ella A., 204 

Bigelow, Hannah E., 204 

Billam, Adelia Harriet Tuttle, 94 

Billam, Flora Elizabeth 94 

Birdseye, Mary Piatt, 20 

Bishop, Esther C. Johnson, 114 

Bishop, Nannie Sevier, 346 

Blackfan, Stella L., 42 

Blackmore, busan Emma Gartha, 68 

Blahchard, Mary Lovell, 210 

Blanchard, Susanna Reed, 211 

Blish, Louise Anne, 245 

Blount, Alice Mullett, 167 

Boag, Maud F. Beckwith, 34 

Bolton, Emeline Russell, 323 

Boltwood, Fanny Hasklns, 231 

Bonney, Clara M 188 

Boorman, Charlotte Sayre, 313 

Boren, Bertha Brokaw, 260 

Bosworth, Elizabeth, 339 

Bourne, Annie J. C 10 

Bovee, Kate Howell, 288 

Bowditch, Sophie Augusta Lawton, 84 

Bowen, Hattie J., 107 

Boyd, Almyra Bartlett 131 

Brackett, Mary Morrell 289 



IND^. 371 

Bradford, Mary Amittai, 16 

Brady, Emma Dennis, 260 

bragg, Mary Waugh 354 

Brewer, Ernestine A. Dimmick, 303 

Brewer, Tryphena Chamberlain, 272 

Brigham, Ida Brown, 327 

Brooks, Mary Olivia Gauntlett, 276 

Brooks, Sarah M. Whitney 211 

Bruce, Hattie Atwood Rollins, ! 170 

Bruner, Jennie Arell, 129 

Brown, Alice L., 83 

Brown, Cora Anne, 132 

Brown, Emma Phippeney, , . . 121 

Browne, Harriet Hitchcock, 149 

Brownell, Alice Campbell, 296 

Browning, Carrie A., 332 

Buck, Charlotte Lillian Gore, 151 

Buell, Sarah Augusta, 120 

Bull, Louise Van Brunt, 280 

Burleigh, Jennie White, 20 

Burnell, Carrie Morgan, 82 

Burr, Annette Wheeler, 222 

Burr, Edith, 277 

Burrows, Annie E., 265 

Burton, Mary Williams 300 

Bush, Carrie Cynthia Benson, 267 

Buss, Mary E., 217 

Butler, Emma Pierce, 301 

Byington, Lillian S., 147 

Byrd, Sallie Innes Williams, 78 



Cabot. Jessica White, 74 

Cade. Nellie Salome Thomas, 184 

Caldwell, Elizabeth S. Gillespie, 346 

Calhoun, Louise Phinizy, 133 

Campbell, Delana Louisa Alden 118 

Canby, Ruth Collins 156 

Cant, Alice M. Stowits 268 

Carleton, Christine Kemp, 228 

Carlton, Ella J., 228 

Carpenter, Ellen Maria Child, 107 

Carpenter, Mary Electa Stuart, 159 

Carruthers, Irene A. Jenkins 190 

Carr. Vivian Campbell Herington, 301 

Career, Fidelia E 199 

Gary, Jesse Benton, 321 

Cary, Mary Louise Robertson 294 

Caryl, Eliza Jumel, 313 

Cassell, Virginia Stevens Wigg, 353 

Catlin, Helen Judson Lewis 100 

Chalmers, Virginia Reed H 130 

Chamberlain, Elizabeth Bayley 350 

Chamberlain, Mary Patty Amett, 38 

Chandler, Clara A., 153 

Chandler, Etta Esther, 23 

Chellis, Esther A. Hubbard, 252 

Cherry, Mary Louise 68 

Childs, Mary Edwards 324 



37^ DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Chittenden, Annie Pratt, ^ 266 

Christopher, Elizabeth, ^ 131 

Cilley, Mary Abby Butler Burpee, i 175 

CLARK, ALBINA WATKINS, 1 180 

Clark, Carrie Valentine, 4 

Clark, Mary S., ; 216 

Clark, Sophy, McCreary, 330 

Clark, Susan Meeker, 257 

Clarke, Alice Churchill, 330 

Clarke, Celia Laura Ransom, 223 

Clarke, Cornelia Miles, 223 

Clarke, Mabel, 223 

Clement, Ada Dougherty, 88 

Clifford, Katharine W., 211 

Clifford, Maria Benton, 125 

Cobum, Agnes Graves, 23 

Coburn, Louise Helen 176 

Coe, Hattie E. Jarvis, 100 

Collier, Susie Chambers, 169 

Collier, Susie Rawson, 133 

Collins, Helen French 184 

Comee, Adelaide Morton 340 

Conant, Genevieve Rowena 167 

Congdon, Waity E., 339 

Connor, Anna Dame, . .^ 229 

Cook, Annis Reed, ' 187 

Cook, Bertha Waterman, 219 

Copp Emily Maltby, 31 

Corbin, Martha Peck, 137 

Corbin, Mary Stokely, 137 

Corr^, Alice Glenn, 322 

Corey, Eva Downing, 192 

Cornell, Celia Smith 324 

Corss, Emma Pollock, 335 

Cox, Fanny Cummings, 258 

Cox, Georgianna Wetherill, 336 

Coye, Carla Elizabeth, 219 

Craig, Clara Belle Rich, 132 

Crane, Effle Muzzy, 49 

Crapster, Eleanor Elizabeth, 180 

Crary, Martha Lenna, 57 

Crary, Natalie Beach, 337 

Crary, Sara Wood, 58 

Crawford, Sophia Lester, 36 

Crockett, Grace H., 182 

Crockett, Maria Theresa Butler, 174 

Crosby, Louise Audenreid, 179 

Crouse, Florence Anderson, 297 

Crow, Rhybum Dickerson, 66 

Crow, Sarah Catherine Dickerson, 66 

Crowell, Emily F., 192 

Curran, Mary H., 176 

Curtis, Carrie E. Willis, 189 

Cutting, Louise Smith, S06 

Cutting, Lovinah Darwin 205 



Daggett, Lula Choate 36 

Dallas, Elizabeth Louise Lindsley, 344 



iND^. 373 

Damon, Sarah A. B., 11 

Dflinenhower, Helen L., 44 

Daniels, Abbie Page, 108 

Darby, Beatrice Tower, 7 

Darlington, Elizabeth Trowbridge, 269 

Davidson, Mollie Thompson 72 

Davis, Edna Lucia Fletcher, 76 

Davis, Lawson, 135 

Davison, Elizabeth Munson, 224 

Davison, Marianne Alexander, , 243 

Dawley, Mabel Proctor, 307 

Deane, Ida H 124 

Deavitt, Carrie Ellen Harrington, 351 

Dedrick, Clara Oswald, , 228 

De Forest, Helen Mary Collins, 57 

De Grauw, Ada Rue, 278 

De Lamater, Elizabeth L. Hasbrouck, 30 

De Wolf, Sarah, 304 

Demeritt, Emma Waitstill, 97 

Denison, Kate M., 302 

Dennison, Mary Rosabelle French, 195 

Devendorf, Margaret Bellinger, 283 

Dickerson, Bessie Bannister, , 66 

Dickerson, Rosabel Stone, 67 

Dickinson, Louise Tower, 8 

Dickson, Leila Weidemeyer, 243 

Diehl, Edith, 119 

Digges, Georgella, 78 

Dillingham, Mary Proctor 307 

Disbrow, Jane Penfield, 277 

Doggett, Virginia Sara Boisseau, 127 

Dougherty, Ida Thurston Haley, 88 

Dow, Annie E., 138 

Downing, Henrietta Bagg, 331 

Draper, Hattie A., 320 

Drew, Cora Lyman, 94 

Dunbar, Lillian, 190 

Duncan, Carolina A., 287 

Dunning, Mary Elizabeth, 123 

Durant, Rebecca Folger Crapo, 225 

Dutton, Carrie Isabel, 23 

Dutton, Sarah Ambler, 33 

Dyer, Anne, 72 

Dyer, Delia V. Anderson 296 



Eddy, Elizabeth V., 151 

Edgerton, Emily S., 275 

Edgerton, Mary Waters, 274 

Edson, Mary Waters, 278 

Edwards, Edith, 154 

Eggleston, Amy Whittington, 98 

Eliot, Emily Bassett, 214 

luiiot, Margaret Wellington, 213 

Eliot, Mary Lincoln, 213 

Ells, Eliza Hoyt Sherman, 282 

Ellsworth. Kate Higgins, 51 

Ely, Elizabeth B., 180 

Emmanuel, Armida, C, 341 



374 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Emerson, Clara M. Badger 20& 

Engle, Jane Weaver Haas, 55 

Enoch, Emma Margaret, 156 

Ensign, Julia M., ., 235 

Eoff, Lillie Burket, 325 



Fairbanks, Frances Daniels, 24& 

Falconer, Elizabeth De Haas, 32 

Falconer, Sara Louise 31 

Fales, Jane Therese, 175 

Fay, Emily Louise Bostwick 314 

Fay, Sarah Elizabeth Ingalls, 205 

Fegenbush,. Josephine M., 144 

Felton, Caroline H. Lang, 74 

Fenno, Marion Hiller, 181 

Fessenden, Ida Evelyn Canfield 34 

Fiedler, Alice, 160 

Fiedler, Emma Adele, 160 

Finch, Jane Anne Hershey, 234 

Fish, M. Alice, 221 

Fisher, Jessie M., 10 

Fisher, Nannie Poultney Dorsey, 178 

Fleu, Mary Louise, 196 

Flint, Gertrude Gilmore 87 

Flint, Lydia Augusta Power 300 

Florence, Lillian Mabel Thwing 188 

Flournoy, Martha Redd Fontaine, 347 

Foote, Emma Hoyt, 90 

Forbes, Lucy A. Tolman, 81 

Forbes, Mary E., 81 

Forrester, Adrianne Offley, 245 

Forrester, Maria Ysobel Boyd, 244 

Foss, Caroline Mead, 102 

Foss, Harriet Campbell, ^ 102 

Fox, Josephine Slack, 326 

Francis, Marietta J., 119 

Franklin, Mary C, 4« 

Frazee, Lou Ann Martin, 172 

Frazer, Elizabeth, 235 

Freeman, Josephine Louis Gove, 174 

FRENCH, LYDIA WHITE, 7 

l<'rey, Frances Mary Sener, 334 

Fries, Margaret Conigland, 131 

Frisbie, Harriet Maria 19^ 

Fullam, Harriette Eunice, 350 

Fuller, Bettie Fitzhugh Smoot, 352 

Fuller, Julia Tarbox, 265 

Fulton^, Louise A., , 55 

Furman, Helen Potter, 285 

Furman, Nellie Hanford, 256 

Furman, Sarah Briggs 285 



Gaines, Helen Marie Pendleton 87 

Gaines, Minerva B., 292 

Galbraith, Winifred Downing, 331 

Gamble, Creacy E., 54 

Gammous, Edith Josephine Tower, 14 



iNDRx. 375 

Gardner, Clara M., 333 

GARDNER, JULIA G., 356 

Garland, Blanche Billou, 124 

Gates, Jessie Knapp , 262 

Gautt, Matilda Weidemeyer 244 

G^r, Elizabeth C. Hazzard, 80 

Giddes, Kate Roeebrugh 51 

Giddings, Hannah C, 194 

Gilpin, Mary Helen Church, 274 

Given, Harriet Bell, 228 

Glidden, Minnie A., 254 

Goddard, Virginia Burnham, 279 

Golladay, Lena Pennebaker 63 

Gtoodhue, Henrietta Quincy, , 177 

Goodrich, Mary Safford, 76 

€k)rdon, Lena Dickerson 67 

Gorham, Mary Crittenden, 34« 

Grace, Hannah Elizabeth Williams, 92 

Graves, Ellen White 266 

Gray, Sarah Amelia, 348 

Green, Amanda Chichester, 108 

Green, Fannie Alma, 151 

Green, Hattie 151 

Green, Nina Bouldin, 351 

Greene, Emma Catlin, 138 

Greene, Lillian Lester, 34 

Greenleaf, Elizabeth Jane, 182 

Greenway, Ella Marie Root, 297 

Gregor, Emminetta, 314 

Grinnan, Elizabeth Coalter, 77 

Grismer, Luna Mabel, 317 

Guernsey, Candora Seeley, 95 

Gumbart, Mary Bamum, 103 

Gumey, Chloe Richmond Lyon 186 

Guthrie, Jane Waddle, 236 



Hale, Anna Marion, 44 

Hall, Ellen Lazarus, 180 

Hall, Jennie Steele, 120 

Hall, Lillie Beckley, 115 

Hall, Margaret Seymour, 291 

Hall, Mary Isabelle Redfleld, 24 

Hamilton, Mary Fisk, , 145 

Hamlen, Delia Lincoln Merrill, 199 

HAMMOND, ANNA, 239 

Hammond, Catherine Dreisbach, 18 

Hammond, Delia E., 339 

Hanahan, Hattie Bratton, 342 

Hanford, Jennie Elida, 145 

Hanna, Eva Bishop, 321 

Harbison, Anna McClarty, 2 

Harby, Lee C 342 

Hardin, Helen B., 346 

Harlow, Catherine Ellis, 217 

Harrington, Lydia Guild Cushman, 9 

Harris, Julia Florida Collins, 133 

Harrison, Edith Lee, 256 

narrower, Harriet Ann, 126 



376 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Hart, Angelica Church , 272 

Hartshorn, Minnie L., 247 

Harvey, Addie Lillian Bartle, 175 

Harvey, Mary Jane, 157 

Harvison, Carrie Catlin 166 

Harwood, Mary J., 139 

Haselton, Stella May, 43 

Haskell, Mabel Bliss. 171 

Haskell, Mary Elizabeth Bliss, 170 

Hathaway, Mercy Maria, 199 

Hathaway, Mary Hover 284 

Hawkes, Josephine, 182 

Hawley, Anna Sturtevant, 159 

Hay, Mary Townsend, 83 

Hayes, Martha Howard Ames, 189 

Hayinan, Mattie Knox, 87 

Hayward, Martha M. Adams, 247 

Hazen, Minnie Baker, 349 

Heath, Isabel Fifleld, 205 

Henry, Leila Young, 172 

Herdman, Nancy Bradley Thomas, 17 

Hemdon, Emma Kenny, * 3 

Herrig, Carrie Pierce, 13 

Herring, Elizabeth Sydney 127 

Hewlings, Marie M. F., 139 

Heywood, Elizabeth, 162 

Higgins, Sarah Conklin 279 

High, Hattie Wilson, 134 

Hildreth, Luella Davis, 320 

Hill, Elizabeth Adams, 299 

Hill, Isabel Lenman DuBois 125 

Hillman, Abby B., 12 

Hodge, Helen Maria Hopkins, 269 

Holcomb, Grace Elizabeth, 91 

Holcomb, Sarah Munson 90 

Holden, Fidelia E. Ormsbee, 95 

Holman, Mary Osgood, 250 

Holmes, Augusta Jane Chandler 231 

Holmes, Charlotte L., 231 

Holmes, Florence Jerauld, 4 

Holmes, Lucie Brashear Brown 73 

Holroyd, Julia C. McI., 308 

Holton, Inez C, 188 

Hood, Helen Davis, 21 

Hooper, Mary BYothingham, 181 

Hoopes, Gertrude Allen Lippincott, 258 

Hopkins, Lucy Parker, 213 

Horton, Helen McCandlees Wade, 245 

Hotchkiss, J. Elizabeth, 315 

Hotchkiss, Nellie A., 115 

Howard, Alice Potter, 285 

Howard, Mary Allen Cobb, 7 

Howard, Pauline, 195 

Howe, Anna Foster, 158 

Howe, Edith, 158 

Howe, Emily Brigham, 206 

Howe, Eva Loomis, 286 

Howe, Eveline Burr, 279 

Howell, Addie Matilda, 343 



INDEX. 377 

Howland, Abbie Bradford Cromwell, 219 

Hoyt, Annie L. Dodge, 214 

Hoyt, Mary Anna, 233 

Hubbard, Annie M., 248 

Hubbard, Elizabeth Anna Wheeler, 200 

Hudson, Martha Gere, ., 298 

Hulett, Anna, 306 

Hull, Nora, 47 

Humburch, Harriet Hopkins, 269 

Hunt, Jennie Edwards, 322 

Hunter, Mary E 212 

Hunter, Mary Ensign, 236 

Huntington, Alice Mayo, 174 

Huntington, Delia Warner 152 

Hussey, Ellen M., 250 

Hutchinson, Eliza M., 195 



Ingalls, Elizabeth Pratt, 206 

Ireland, Eitnma Josephine Noyes, 17 



Jackson, Eliza Lewis, 217 

Jackson, Mamie Baxter, 65 

Jackson, Mary Tuley Neilson, 59 

James, Agnes De Peyster, 119 

James, Cornelia A., 21 

Jaynes, Minnie Lawrence, 85 

Jenney, Belle A 225 

Jennings, Mary Elizabeth Leonard, 43 

Jennings, Susan Sophia 274 

Jocelyn, Mary Edgell, 47 

JOHNSON, DRUSILLA HALL 5 

Johnson, Grave Everett, 331 

Johnson, Lucinda S., , 252 

Johnson Sara Hall, 5 

JoUie, Frances A., 201 

Jones, Ariana Craig, 240 

Jones, Gertrude Fassett, 271 

Jones, Helen Beach, 327 

Jones, Mary Weston Gill, 233 

Jones, Nancie Snell, 282 

Jordan Laura Hennegin, 160 

Jose, Kate M., 183 



Kakas, Lydia A., 218 

Keach, Maude Alliene Douty, 107 

Keeling, Jennie Dickerson, 68 

Keeney, Margaret Strong, 225 

Keith, Ellen R. Howard, 6 

Kellogg, Eliza Mcintosh 48 

Kemp, Joanna, 229 

Kempton, BHdelia Straw, 25 

Kendall, Blanche, 191 

Kent, Fannie Louise Bugbee, 109 

Kent, Helen Manning 109 

Kenyon, Jeannette C 51 

Kenyon, Kate A., 50 



378 DAUGHTERS OF THE AM^ICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Kenyon, Mabelle Perry Clarke, 61 

Kerr, Julia Boardman 334 

Kerr, S. Ophelia Dickerson , . . . 68 

Kidder, Carrie Edith Parnsworth 218 

Kimball, Emma Clark, 74 

King, Elissabeth Potter, 270 

King, Elizabeth Whittington, 3 

King, Julia Maria Ingalls ^ . . 24 

King, Virginia Southard Woodruff, 148 

Kingman, Caroline Greenleaf , 259 

Kingsley, Mary Hubbard, 169 

Kingsford, Jennie Eva Schuyler 304 

Kinne, Ella Marie Potter, 298 

Kirk, Mary E. Allen 19 

Knapp, Melissa Stone Moffatt, 261 

Knickerbocker, Kate Candee, 299 

Knight, Annie Hale, 208 

Knight, Lizzie Sumner, 210 

Knox, Sophy Milford McLaren, 236 

Kramer, Ella Wilson, 315 

Krum, Elizabeth Cutter, ' _ 241 



Ladd, Sarah J. Johnson, 118 

La Force, Mahala Dudley, 161 

Lambley, Isabel Smith, 316 

Lane, Harriet, 162 

Lane, Martha, 163 

1-,ANB, MARTHA STORY, 198 

Lansing, Helen Jane, 18 

Lamed, Ellen D., 108 

Larrabee, Cornelia Hubley Watson, 312 

Lawrence, Alice Hanford, 144 

Lawrence Virginia Goddard, 279 

Lebkeucher, Emma M., 255 

Lee, Adelia M., 310 

Lee, Florence Snow, 263 

LEE, HENRIETTA BEDINGER, 356 

Leete, Minnie Adelphia Ladd, 25 

Lefavor, Eleanor Goodhue, 178 

Lemmon, Henrietta A., 337 

Leonard, Aurelia Jane Tillinghast, 110 

Leonard, Helen A. Adams, 194 

Leonard, Mary Helena, 288 

Lester, Josephine Knapp, 29 

Lester, Martha Dillon, 64 

Lewis, Caroline E., 298 

Lewis, Hester Christopher, 131 

Lewis, Lucy Goode 63 

Libbey, Gertrude Bates, 140 

Lincoln, Damietta Clapp, 208 

Lindsley, Louise Grundy, 344 

Lippincott, Gertrude Earle, 269 

Little Alice Louise, 163 

Little, Susan Brewster, 69 

Logan, Elizabeth, 64 

Logan, Georgine Willis, 76 

Long, Mary Chichester, 78 

Long, Mary Wilson Putnam, 2i 



INDEX. 379 

Looney> Pauline Ruby Grain, 330 

Liounsbery> Daisy E., 282 

Loveren^ Grace Crane, ' 245 

Low, Fannie Tucker, , 83 

Lowe, Fannie Adelaide 128 

Lowrie, Elizabeth Haas, 20 

Luce, Sarah Elizabeth Nichols 250 

Lyman, Alice Delia Blerce, 326 

Lynch, Louise Van Loon, 297 

Lyon, Jennie Johnston 121 

Lyon, Louise Palmer, 288 

Lyon, Sarah Colton Sikes, 265 



MacAlpine, Florence, 286 

MacArthur, Florence B., 137 

McCall, Elizabeth Lakin, 298 

McCarthy, Isabella Leas, 262 

Mcdaughry, Helen Demmond, 140 

McConnell, Sarah Anita, 320 

McConnelly, Mary E. A. Sayre, 226 

McCurdy, Kate M., 141 

McDill, Alice S., 84 

McGiffert, Alberta Dick, 171 

McGinniss, Mary Coffey Bladen 165 

Mclnnes, Mary T., 56 

Mclnnes, Martha H., 57 

Mack, Flora Alice Davenport, 329 

Maclean, Anne Mayo Fitzhugh, 85 

Maclaren, Anna Beach, 327 

Maclaren, Harriet Reeve, 328 

McLaren, Charlotte Lewis, 237 

McNamara, Louise Bradford, 89 

McNulty, Laura Douglas Browne, 136 

MacPhatter, Bertha Hammond, 109 

McQuiston, Catharine M., 52 

Maddin, Annie Downs, 344 

Maddock, Alice Patten, 294 

Madison, Fannie Willis, 77 

Maine, Florence Keeler, 303 

Mallon. Irene Black, 316 

Manning, Charlotte Elizabeth, 110 

Manning, Hattie M., 12 

Markell, Nelly Bailey, 237 

Marr, Jennie Louise E}stes, 216 

Marseilles, Annie M. L., 248 

Marsh, Elizabeth H., 255 

Marsh, Ida Bissell, 13 

Martin, Marianna Jones Bowen, 351 

Martin, Susan Sophia Symonds, M. D., 207 

Martin, Mary D 218 

Mason, Fanny Mallory Williams 41 

Masters, Delia A., 318 

Masters, Ella Rodney King, 310 

Matteson, Anne Steere, 302 

Matteson, Lyra Foote, 46 

Matthews, Myrtis Peck 63 

Maulsby, Mary Shriver, 178 

Maupin, Agnes Marshall, 352 



380 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMWICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Maynard, Fannie M., 253 

Maynard, Martha Coe, 116 

Mayo, Annie Wise, , 355 

Mayo, Caroline A., 301 

Mays, Genevieve Wilson, 53 

MEEKER FANNIE 257 

Merchant, Rena, 309 

Merrill, Ellen Marya Cherrill, 149 

Merrill, Martha Sophia Sinclair, 183 

Merrill, Mary L., 75 

Merriman, Belinda Webster, 239 

Michie, Genevieve F., 141 

Micks, Ariana Rumsey, 38 

Millard, Cora Ernestine Poor, 165 

Millard, Mabel Gordon 163 

Miller, Jennie Cox, 282 

Miller, Lilla, 276 

Mills, Lilla Crombie, 21 

Moody, Fannie Terry, 202 

Moody, Georgie Etta, 72 

Mooers, Mary H 304 

Moore, Anna Lauretta Gilbert 104 

Moore, Elizabeth Waterman Lewis, 101 

Moore, Mary L., 1 

Moore, Wilhelmina McCorkle, 62 

Morgan, Henrietta, 135 

Morris, Frances E. Parker, 274 

Morris, Mary E., 316 

Morrison, Mary A., 126 

Morrough, Clara Martin, 291 

Morse, Lillian Kimball, 189 

Morse, Maud Louise Alden, "". 110 

Moses, Caroline, 342 

Moses, Katherine, 341 

Mosher, Marion Isabella, : 262 

Moulton, Anne Schofield, 89 

Moulton, Inez Blanchard, 75 

Mudge, Eva Estelle Hershey, 160 

Mullett, Valeria Harding, 168 

MuUiken, Sarah E., 208 

Munroe, Mary Elizabeth, ■ 9 

Munson, Celia M., , 92 

Munson, Harriet Augusta Cooper, 49 

Murdock, Harriet Beers, 302 

Murray, Mary Emily, ., 8d 

Myers, Anne Eliza Wadsworth, 69 



Nash, Anna Morton, 192 

Nason, Emma Huntington, 173 

Nay, Almena 10 

Nelson, Agnes Harwood, 363 

Nesbit, Leonore H., 290 

Nevius, Louisa Holmes Stillwell, 216 

Newman, Alice Swinburne, 293 

Nichols, Ethel Holmes, 258 

Nichols, Isabel Curtiss, 101 

Nicol, Ethel Copp, 290 

North, Lila Ver Planck, 98 



INDEX. 381 

Norton, Ellen Marie Vincent 220 

Norton, R. Louise, 130 

Nott, Abbie C. Ainsworth 26 



Olcott, Margaret Thompson, 226 

Olmsted, Mary Smith, 104 

Ormsbee, Harriet Freeman, 142 

Orton, Josephine Bosworth Lee, 310 

Osbom, Undine G., 102 

Osgood, Elizabeth A., 141 

Oswald, Martha Spencer, 229 

Otis, Bessie Ida Beckley, 114 

Otis, Clara A 190 

Owen, Elizabeth Sheldon, 28 



Paddock, Lucy M., 147 

Page, Adelia C. Wait 193 

Page, Emma T. Drury, 206 

Paige, Nora Lizzie Colby 200 

Palen, S. Gertrude Mortimer 85 

Palmer, Lucy Perkins Boalt, 158 

Palmer, Margaret Morris, 44 

Palmer, Mary A. Woodworth, 226 

Parker, Alice E., 350 

Parker, Elizabeth Lonice, 230 

Parmelee, Alice Norman, 270 

Parsons, Catherine E., 328 

Parsons, Georgiana Parke 328 

Patterson, Mary, 49 

Patterson, Susan Letchworth, 338 

Payne, Alice Sawyer, 249 

Payne, Carrie Zollickoffer, 355 

Pease, Nellie Florence, 215 

Pechin, Bertha Shelley, 323 

Pechin, Marguerite Shelley 323 

Peck, Ella Crane, 31 

Peck. Mercy Plum Mann, 309 

Peckham, Ella Comstock, 296 

Peirson, Florence Newman, 14 

Pennell, Carrie Lamb, 268 

Percival, Harriet Williamson 58 

Perkins, Louise Wright 268 

Perkins, Susan King, 248 

PERRY, CATHERINE HAVEN 212 

Perry, Cornelia M. Williams Ill 

Pesinger, Hannah E. Van Wart, 280 

Peters, Lucy Wilson 329 

Petty, Jessie L. Paddock, 148 

Pfoutz, Elizabeth Denison 348 

Phillips, Harriet Gale 142 

Phipard, Leonora Lanphear, 281 

Pollette, Ednah Elwood Perry 61 

Pomeroy, Louise Crane Richards, 221 

Pope, Sarah Emeline, 96 

Pope, Sylvia Ann, 96 

Porter, Jeanne Perry, 8 

Pratt, Anna Beach, 43 



Piatr^ Emaa Edoa Pracc . HIS 

P»«*?«itt, ioMtttlb G^ftaoL 211 

Prum^fa, Ha^reUm AonterMA 3^etois. SSL 

FrsMiW, FtawMWs H<ȣ<m Us9'<^ 114H 

pt<i«4«, mmt e^ sa 

Frtse*. EKfcef TVmhs, UB 

P»»r«#r, GnK«: EMIr aM 

Pmltlfer^ AtalAai Hmsgkwm. 14« 

D^ CatlMTlfl« E. 1» 



RaawMt^ Alie* R IS 

Rguni4«il, Eliia DfnsoMire SI 

Raa^olpli, Cduvliii« RajotKr, 2M 

fUnkiB, J«aol« Jt Woods, 29 

fUiil«tit, Bi^lle XoTUn W 

RmgMn, Marion Eth*l 141 

Ronwl, Ella MorrfsoD^ 2SS 

IUmuI, Marr Fuiwub 213 

Rollly, Edith. ^ 13ft 

Rhoada, Atgnam Boal Welriek. 3i 

Rboada, Bcaa G«rtrad« 33$ 

Rbodea. Marr Emma, 1S5 

RfcbardiMm, Mary Danah 241 

Rlchardaan, Miooie Bnuib 117 

RIehmood, Ellen Amelia Wbitoey 73 

Richmond, Phoebe Chittenden 2C7 

RIcker, Katberine Reed Bmce 233 

Riddle, Martha Goode Sbelton M 

Rlpler, Lida Loorois, 349 

RobMn», Fanny Goodrich, 229 

Roberta, Maria Louise, 3aS 

Robertson, Jane Brewster 9€ 

Robinson, Mary Swinburne, 338 

Robinson, Sophia Wells Waters M 

Rodgers, Florence Rosina Catlin, 287 

Ross, Elizabeth Gates, 143 

Ross, Elizabeth Havens King 139 

Rossiter, Bessie R. Balcom, 22 

Rowe, Charlotte Baton Willis 185 

Rudd, Ainiee Allen, 298 

Rumsey, May Hasbrouck, 30 

Russell, Mary l^uise Barr,, 154 

Rust, Margaret Dc Huff Meily, 335 

Hyall, Elizabeth €9 

Ryder, Gertrude Yale 11 



Ranford. Marie Dyer Robinson, 200 

Sartwell, Amarilla Beardsley 261 

Raundorf), Carrie H 191 

Rayre, Katharine Harrison 265 

Schermerhom, Mary Veeder, 305 

Bcott, Alice Elizabeth Hall 26 

flcott, Eleanor Coffin 318 

flcott, Ella Frances Bower, 311 

flcott, Katherlne Shelby, 2 

Rcnigham, Theodotia A., 2 

Scudder, Alberta 70 



INDEX. 383 

Scudder, Jennie Davidson, 70 

Sears, Frances Demarest, 37 

Shaw, Elizabeth White, 158 

Shedden, Mary Kate Alden, 305 

Sheldon, Martha Waring, 28 

Shelton, Julia Woodward, 164 

Sherman, Susan A., 281 

Sherwood, Etta Amelia Jennings, 93 

Shinners, Edith Bradley, 116 

Shinners, Leontine M. Bradley, 116 

Shipton, Georgie Lydia Lincoln, 8^ 

Siberell, Ora Carpenter, 161 

Silliman, Irene Antrim, 56 

Silvey, Alice Munger, 237 

Sim, Nellie S. Huntoon, 170 

Simpson, Belle Buckingham, 241 

Simpson, Corelli Caswell Williams, 177 

Simpson, Marlon Wood, 47 

Sisson, Louise Gates, 27 

Slade, Mary Byrnes Browne, 136 

Slaughter, Stella Beeson, 329 

Slaymaker, Margaret 335 

Slocum, Harriet Olivia, 15 

Small, Inez Valette 11 

Smith, Adelaide Aurilla, 254 

Smith, Anna Maria Olcott, 227 

Smith, Annie Bynum, 237 

Smith, Carrie Lathrop, 242 

Smith, Clara Hapgood Higgins, 273 

Smith, Edith Beckwith, 287 

Smith, Etta Soper, 283 

Smith, Frances E., 292 

Smith, Helen Fairchild, 263 

Smith, Lizzie Adams, 209 

Smith, Marianna P., 193 

Smith, Mary Ashley, 27 

Smith, Mary B., 243 

Smith, Mary Lena, t 171 

Snow, Mary 264 

Snyder, Anne Porter, 345 

Somerville, A. Maud, 143 

Soper, Margery A., 155 

Soule, Annie Manson, 191 

Sonneborn, Gertrude Gearhart, 58 

Spalding, Ella E., 161 

Spalding, Florence Dexter, 22 

Sprague, Maria Talcott Lane, 235 

Spring, Mary Louise Sinclair, 184 

Stacey, May Banks, 311 

Stanbery, Jeannette Stevenson, 347 

Stauffer, Lucy Lawson Smith, 242 

Stearns, Lucinda Lewis, 97 

Steams, Lucy Leach, 238 

Steele, Mabel Munger, . 33 

Steele, Marianne Trabue 67 

Stein, Abbie Young 234 

Stern, Sophronia Ella Hoyt, 294 

Stephan, Elizabeth McCalla, 312 

Stevens, Mary Phelps 92 



384 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Stewart, Isabella McK., 148 

Stone, Kittle Angell, 168 

Stone, Martha A., 168 

Strickland, Belle Denison, 122 

Strong, Anna Mcintosh, 318 

Stubbs, Katherine Duer, 30^ 

Sturtevant, Mary De Forest Gove, '. 246 

Sweasey, Fannie E 87 

Swift, Ida M 143 

Swigert, Mollie Coffey, 155 

Swinburne, Laura Perry, 295 



Talcott, Rosa Jane, 105 

Tanner, Jessie R 35 

Taylor, Grace Gardner Wilson, 357 

Taylor, Harriet Rumsey, 154 

Taylor, Henrietta Selleck, 257 

Taylor, Jennie Fuller, 93 

Temple, Fannie Eleanor Shaw, 122 

Thompson, Anna Williamson, 336 

Thompson, Florence Whittlesey, 29 

Thompson, Frances Elizabeth, 73 

Thompson, Maria Steams Swan, 194 

Thomson, Emily Louise Alden 280 

Thomson, Laura Gamble, 52 

Thorndike, Ida Chase, 64 

Thornton, Gertrude Eloise, 271 

Thornton, Lydia Dobbins, 271 

Thornton, Miriam Eager, 272 

Thurston, Fannie Dorman, 344 

Thurston, Imogene Seymour, 150 

Tice, Sarah D., 46 

Tiffany, Fanny Gere, ., 310 

Tilton, Maria L., 259 

Timerman, Elsie Snell, 283 

Tirrell, Mary Eliza, 9 

Tobey, Fannie Smith, 50 

Tolles, Alice Tuttle, 95 

Tolles, Emma Jane Stevens, 28 

Tompkins, Frances Emma H., 40 

Tompson, Grace, 196 

Tracy, Ellen Hoyt 112 

Trowbridge, Emilie Brass, 275 

Tuttle, Anna Seeley, 79 

Tuttle, Eula Kate Brown, 295 

TYLEE, REBECCA SMITH, 356 

Tyler, Sarah Wyeth 319 

\ 

Underbill, Eliza Otto, 37 

Upham, Emeline C, 129 

Upham, Katharine Woodbridge 238 



Valentine, Anna S., 291 

Van Epps, Minnie Thomas, 134 

Van Noppen, Addie Donnell 319 

Velie, Emma Ainsworth, 147 



INDEX. 385 

Wadhams, Julia E., 123 

Wadley, Mary E. Cory 165 

Waite, Augusta W. Cogswell, 105 

Waldron, Mary Voorhees, 316 

Walker, Dora Haines, 249 

Walker, Eldora Leonore Haines, 248 

Walker, E^ma Manning, 202 

Ward, Caroline Atwater 101 

Ward, Eliza Hudson, 345 

Warner, Emma A., 123 

Warner, Harriette King Young, 157 

Warner, Jane Elizabeth Carpenter, 114 

Warner, Myra J., 261 

Warner, Pamelia Sarah, 113 

Washburn, Kate Brooks, 253 

Waterman, Mary M. Cooke, 275 

Webber, Maria Gilbert, 198 

Webber, Nancy Sturtevant, 197 

Webber, Sarah Southworth, 197 

Webster, Florence Folger 203 

Webster, Helen Curtis, 322 

Webster, Sophia Riggs, 127 

Weed, Hattie M. Redfleld, 27 

Weed, Roberta L. Brown, : 286 

Weeks, Ida Ballou, 849 

Welch, Grace Prances, 312 

Wells, Abbie Bartholomew Ill 

Wells, Florence Louise Mixter, * 149 

Wescott, Edith Caroline 129 

West, Augusta Merrill 201 

West, Inez Winifred, 120 

Weston, Julia Mitchell 16 

Weston, Lura B., 1 14 

Wheeler, Jennie M. Scoville, 122 

Wheeler, Mary Bell, 70 

Wheelock, Ellen Maria, 113 

Wheelock, May Taft, 112 

Wheelock, Ruth E. Shaw, 1X2 

Whitcomb. Mary Eliza, 27 

White, Ellen Eliza, 266 

White, Kittie Ainsworth, 168 

White, Margaret Beecher 42 

Whitehead, Minnie Davison, 227 

Whitfield, Ida Doty, 284 

Whitner, Emily Lulah, 172 

Whitney, Helen Hoyt, .* 251 

Whitson, Jane Biles, 343 

Whittemore, Grace Sinclair, '184 

Whitthome, Elizabeth McClell.and, 71 

Whitthome, Juliet Shelby Ryall, 71 

Wilcox, Emma E 116 

Wilcox, Lillian Thef^e , 203 

Wilcox, Margaret Downing 354 

Wilkins, Julia Sydney Abercrombie, 134 

Wilkinson, Sarah Thomas, 253 

Williams, Abigail Clark, 48 

Williams, Bertha Frances Walker, 201 

Williams, Elizabeth Allen Paine 212 

Williams, Fanny M 41 

25 



386 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Williams. Kate Mallory 4I 

Williams, Lavinia Steele, 88 

Williams, Sara Cecilia 289 

Wilson, Eugenia Gross 1B9 

Wilson, Jane Margaret, 55 

Wilson, Malvlna Winchester, 67 

Wilson, Olivia Lovell, 16 

Wiinpenney, Emma Retina Silva, 207 

Wimpenney, Lena Lesta Beetle, 267 

Witter, Ruth, 5 

Wood, Helen Minerva Borden, 214 

Wood, Isabella Burnet SO 

Wood, Marion B. Qifford, 35 

Wo(odall, Adelaide H., 146 

Woodruff, Caroline Beardsley, 29 

Woodworth, Margaret A. Worden, 227 

Worrell, EMna Randolph, 60 

Worrell, Nina Acadia Turner, 60 

WHght, Bettie Mills, 343 

Wright, Helen Irene, 52 

Wright, Nellie Emogene, ; . 99 

Wyatt, Gertrude Field, 103 



Yale, Agnes Beatrice, 12 

Yale, Rebecca Tryphena •. '86 

Yancey, Lottie Page, io 

f erdon, Vina Barker, 35 

YoUng, Eliza Curtis Woodward, 157 

I'oung, Fanny Taylor, 857 

Young, Maria C, 325 

!&briskie, Louise Morgan, t9i 



t 



ROLL OF HONOR 



Ancestors' Index. 



ROLL OF HONOR 




Abbott, Jacob 160 

Abell, Col. James 887 

Adams, Capt. Aaron, SOS, 308 

Adams, Abel 286 

Adams, AmoB, 173 

Adams, John, 19.4 

Adams, Jonathan, 96 

Adams, Corp. Paul, 209, 210 

Adams, Capt. Sltas 208 

Adams, Capt. Simon 304 

Aiken, Phlneas 20 

Aiken, Thomas 102 

AlQBworth, Dr. Edward 24, 26, 87 

Ainsworth, Nathan, 168 

Albon, Geoi^, 49 

Alden, Lieut BUsha 118 

Aldrlch, Joshua 303 

AlMander, John McKnItt 319 

Allen, Archer 351 

Allen, Daniel 296 

Allen, Judge Ebenezer 15 

Allen, John, 340 

AUea, Jr. Mlcah 7 

Allen, Capt. Parmalee 233 

Allen, Lieut. William, 166 

AIIls. Col. Joelah S 

Ambler, James 33 

Ames, Jonathan, 189 

Anabel, John 40, 292 

Anderaon, Lieut. Isaac, 171, 336 

Anderson, MaJ. Patrick 336 

Anderson, Lieut-Col. Richard Clough S2 

Anderson, Thomas !S97 

Andrews, Mark 237 



390 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Angell, Capt. Samuel, 166, 46$ 

Angler, Silas, 24, 25 

Antrim, John, 56 

Arell, Capt. David, 128. 129, 352 

Amett, Hannah White, 38 

Arnold, Capt. Joseph, 4 

Arnold, Capt. Thomas, 71, 72 

Ashley, Col. Samuel, 27 

Ashley, Lieut. Samuel, Jr., '. 27 

Atkins, Deacon Joseph, Jr., 302 

Atwood, William, 97 

Austih, Aaron, Sr., 79 

Austin, Judge Bliphalet, 79 

Austin, Thomas, 57 

Avery, Ens. Ebenezer 92 

Avery, Lieut-Col. Bhenezer, 264 

Avery, Ens. Jonathan, 129 

Avery, Lieut. Park, 800 

Avery, Elder Parke, 92, 300 

Aylett, Col. William, 237 



Backus, Maj. Ebenezer, 308 

Badger, Brlg.-Gen. Joseph, 12, 205 

Bailey, Joseph, 114 

Qaker, Ens. Daniel, ^ 

Bilker, Keuben 3^ 

B^cqii^, Micah 2» 

^illdwin. Dr. Cornelius, 3&^ 

Sialdwin, Nicodemus, 94, 96 

Baldwin, Noah, tl4 

Ball, Col. Burgess i$ 

1^1, Corp. Gideon 3$^ 

PflJlbu, James, CJl 

i^f^ks, Gershom, , ^01 

]6anks, Joseph, li|4 

Barbour, Joseph Bane, 3t](J8 

Barl^er, Zenas 2|8 

Barnaby, Samuel, , 1^ 

I^rnes, Asa 307, aft^ 

Sames, Capt. Joseph, 4^, SB 

B»mum, Capt. Ephraim; ijqs 

ll^rringer, Capt. John Paul 1 62, $8, 4? 

Bartholomew, Benjamin, ..Ill, 112 

5!artlett, Abraham, ZSfi 

ipjartlett, Joshua, 131 

Bass, Lieut. Ebenezer, r . 5 

Batchelder, Samuel, 32 

B^tchelder, Samuel, Jr., 3i. 

BjG^tes, Capt. Joseph, 228» 229 

Bay, John, 11175 

Bayley, Gen. Jacob Zfifi 

IGleach, Sergt. Ebenezer, 140 

Beach, Edmund, 2}!Z, f^ 

Beach, Eliakim, .43 

Beach, Nathan, 5t, 5$, 

Beach, Zera 51, Mi - 

Beacher, Capt. Amos, J^,'% 

Beardsley, David, 18J9 




RCMA OF HONOR. 391 

Qeaumont, Deodate, 114, 115 

Buyers, Capt. Robert, 2^6 

Btechtel, Frederick, 333 

Qedinger, Lieut. Daniel, 3S6 

Qeeber, John 53 

Beers, Sergt. Nehemiah, IQO 

Belknap, Capt. John 311 

Bellinger, Lieut. Col Frederick, 2^3 

Bellinger, Col. Peter 283 

B|«nnett, Thomas, 172 

Benton, David, 126 

Benton, Noah, 237 

Bergen, John B 260 

Berry, Thomas, 324 

Qetts, Moses, 103 

^rce, Sergt William, 326 

Bigelow, Lieut. Ivory, 204 

Bigelow, James, 332 

Birdseye, Capt. Joseph 20 

I^shop, Sergt John, 321 

pissell, Jonathan Marsh, 13 

Blackler, Capt. William, 181 

Blackler. William, Jr., 1^1 

fiU^akeman, Zachariah, 117 

Blanchard, Sergt. Daniel, 210, 211 

Blanchard, Hezekiah, 217 

B^chard, Isaac 249 

B^chard, Lieut. Ozias 99 

Bliss, Ephraim, 199, 2^1 

B^ardman, Seth, 142 

Boddie, Nathan, 127 

PiOden, William, 126 

B^ley, Maj. William 233 

B^well, Parker, 218 

Bpnd, Jonathan, I97, 198 

B9»id, Lieut. Thomas 197, 1^8 

^oone, Capt. John 125 

£|ardner, Ens. Jacob, 333 

Bosson, Jonathan Davis, 185 

BjOstwick, John, 314 

j^ghton, Hezekiah 142 

Bouldin, Lieut. Wood 361 

Bpurn, James, 216 

JBbuton, Capt. Daniel, 93 

Bawker, Charles, 273 

Bpykin, Maj. Francis, 172 

Bradford, Nathaniel, 192 

Bradford, William, 89 

Bradley, Capt. Abraham, 270 

Bradley, Col. Philip Burr 151 

Brainerd, Deacon, Ezra 266 

Brainerd, Capt. Nehemiah 266 

Brandon, Matthew, 62 

Bjjatton, Martha, 342 

Bratton, Col. William, 342 

Bremner, John 316 

Brewer, Daniel, 317 

Qi^ewer, Sergt. Qaius, 231 

Qi^ewer, John, 303 



392 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Brewster, Ellas, ' 96 

Brlggs, Samuel, 164 

Brigham, Asa, 327 

Brigham, Capt. Edmund, 42 

Brigham, Edmund, Jr., 42 

Brigham, Corp. Lewis 206 

Brigham, Stephen, 327 

Bristol, Gideon, 120 

Broad, Timothy, 81 

Brokaw, Lieut. John, 260 

Brooks, John, of Massachusetts, 253 

Brooks, John, of New Hampshire, 14 

Brooks, Lieut. William, 211 

Brown, Lieut. Daniel, 347 

Brown, Maj. Daniel, 162 

Brown, Corp. John 188 

Brown, Judge Jonathan, 295 

Brown, William , 262 

Brown, Capt. William, 132 

Brownlee, Capt-Lleut. William, 69 

Bryan, Daniel Boone, 1 

Bryan, Jonathan, 77 

Bryan, Capt. William, 1 

Bryant, Hannah Carteret, 290 

Bryson, Lieut James, 3 

Buck, Rev. Daniel, 334 

Buck, Ichabod, 334 

Buck, Samuel 111-112 

Buell, Capt Solomon, 91 

Bullock, Capt. Stephen, 340 

Bump, Josepn, 216 

Bump, Salathlel, 278 

Burditt, lubenezer, 308 

Burkhardt, John 326 

Burnet, Surg. Gen. William, 60 

Burr, Ebenezer, 277, 2t9 

Burr, Jesse, 100 

Burr, Nathan , 315 

Burrltt, Joseph, 276 

Bush, Daniel, 81 

Bussell, Stephen, 232 

Butler, Moses, ^. 176 

Butler, Corp. Phinehas, 143, 174 

Butler, Stephen, 82 

Butler, Capt. Thomas, * 325 

Butler, Lieut. Thomas, 174 



Cady, Isaac, 261 

Caldwell, Rev. David, 319 

Camp, Isaac, Jr., 106 

Campbell, Annas 262 

Campbell, John, ; ... 302 

Campbell, Thomas, 161 

Candee, Sergt. Daniel, .299 

Candee, Nehemlah, 288 

Canfield, Daniel, ,,..,...,. 34 

Carle, Capt. Israel, 148 

Carpenter, Bllsha 140 



ROW, OF HONOR. 393 



Carpenter, Robert, 114 

Carter, Capt. John, 98 

Cary, John D., 134 

Cary, Col. Simeon, 186 

Case, Jedediah 91 

Case, Capt. Job, 91 

Castle, Amasa, 239 

Caswell, Gov. Richard, 68, 69 

Catlin, George, 121 

Catlin, Nathan, 138 

Catlin, Lieut. Thomas, 156, 287 

Chamberlain, Benjamin, 272 

Chambers, Col. David, 169 

Chambers, Col. James, 242-243 

Champion, Col. Henry, 104 

Chandler, Benjamin, 317 

Chandler, John, 318 

Chandler, Josiah, 231 

Chapman, Isaac, 39 

Chapman, Lieut. Joseph, 58 

Chapman, Peleg, 339 

Chase, John, 171 

Chase, Judge Samuel, 64 

Chase, Sergt. Samuel, 64 

Cheever, Lieut. Joseph, 217 

Cheney, Joseph, 252 

Chesney, William, 179 

Chichester, Henry 103 

Child, Capt. Abijah, 195 

Chllds, Dr. Timothy, 263 

Childs, Capt. Timothy, 263 

Choate, Lieut. Isaac, 36 

Christian, Dr. Michael, 291 

Christian, Lieut. William, 291 

Churchill, Capt. Charles 330 

Clapp, Seth, 184 

Clark, Asa, 236, 237 

Clark, Sergt. Belcher, 216 

Clark, David, 116 

Clark, Corp. Elisha, 117 

Clark, Ezra, 184, 216 

Clark, John 257 

Clark, Jonas, 184 

Clark, Lieut Jonathan, 313 

Clark, Jonathan, 246 

Clark, Parker, 259 

Clark, Lieut. Col. William, 48 

Clarke, David, 61 

Clarke, Samuel, 223 

Clarke, Lieut. William, Jr 187 

Clay, Slater, 335, 336 

Clewley, Isaac, 75 

Clifford, Samuel, 206 

Clift, Amos, 41, 42 

Clinton, Gov. George 44 

Cobum, Eleazer, 176 

Cobum, John 37 

Coe, Capt. David, 117 

Coe, Thomas, 89 



394 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gqggeshall, Sergt. William. 338 

Cogswell, Maj. William. 106 

Qotien. Moses. 180 

CiQ^bum. Robert, 13 

Colcora, Joseph 161, 287 

Cole, Capt. Matthew, 274, 275 

Cole, Samuel, 317 

ColUss, Ephraim, 156 

Collins, Levi 156 

Collins, Ga^t Tyranlus, 245 

Colsott, Ldeut. Joeiah, 210, 211 

Combs, John, 113 

Comins, Alexander, 50, 51 

Coodlct, Hon. Silas, 289 

C<mdit, Col. Ebenezer, 313 

Conkling, Corp^ Ezra, 279 

Conyerse, Sergt. Joseph, 194 

Cook, Judge John, 124 

Cook, Lieut. John. 25 

Cook, Corp. Jonathan, 238^ 238 

Cook, Nathaniel, 83 

Cook, Raphael, 88 

Cook, Sergt. Samuel. 349 

Cooke, Charles, 2^6 

Cooke, Lieut. Col. Isaac, ^9 

Cooke, Lemuel, , 2fi9 

Cooley, Capt. William, 39 

Cqrey, Capt. Timothy, 192 

C»uch, Thomas, 90» 92 

Covenhoven, Robert, 54 

Cowles, Timothy, 26 

Cox, Col. Ebenezer 282 

Craig, John, ^40 

Craig, Rev. Joseph, 2 

Crain, John. 530 

Crapie, Lieut. Isaac 44 

Crane, Stephen - 221 

Crane, WilUam, 255, 266 

Crapo, Peter, , 84< 225 

Crissey, Gould, 99 

Crittenden, Sergt. Seymour 348 

Crombie, James, 22 

Crosby, Stephen, 52 

Crossmhn, Gabriel, Jr., 200 

Crowley, Lieut. Florence, 2141 

Oruttenden, Corp. Nathan, 127 

Curtis, Agur, 117 

Curtis, Dr. Benjamin, 157, 1^8 

Curtis,. Joseph 117 

Curtiss, Jonathan, ,tj5 

Cushing, Capt. Elijah :||3 

Cussing. Elijah, Jr., i»^ 

Cushman, George, •.?». l^ 

Cushman, Thomas, .251 

Cutler, Abijah, , . . ,2$^ 

Cutler, John 75 

Cutler, Nathan, 2^4 



%&Ul4 or HONOR. 395 

Dade, Ca,pt. Fntncis, 8$ 

HBflK, Squire, 4i$ 

I)witard, S^nnuel, 290 

Dviiel, Willia.nj, 351 

Daniels, Samuel, 3,42 

pavenport, Anthony $ims, 329 

Davis, Hon. Jehu, 258 

Davis, Joseph 323 

Davis, Joshua 13, 47 

Davis, Joslah 236, 2^% 

Davison, Asa, , , 227 

Davison, Paul , 227 

Day, James IXJ 

Day, John, Xll 

Day, Joseph, 112, U3 

Deake, Annie Gouldl, liS 

Deake, Charles, Jr., 144» 145 

Deake, Charles, Sr., 144,. 145 

De Huff, Capt. Abraham, 335 

Delevan, Lieut. Timothy 90 

Demarest, Capt. David, 38 

Demarest, Capt. Samuel, 37 

Demarest, William, 38 

Danison, Ens. Amos, 41, 42 

Denison, George, 349 

Denison, Nathan, 338, 24& 

lianison. Col. Nathan, Jr 338, 348 

Denison, Nathaniel, 15 

Denison, Sergt. Robert 122 

Dennis, David, 2^0 

Dennis, Matthew, 260 

Dantoi^, Capt. James, 292 

Dewing, Capt. Hezekiah, 5 

D|t)ble, Capt. Ezra 302 

Dickerson, Sergt. Nathaniel, 96, 67, 6$ 

Dickey, Adam, 251 

Digges, Maj. Cole, 78 

PHlQii, William, 64 

Dinsmore, Sergt. Robert, 251 

Dqggett, Lieut. Samuel, 196 

D(Mielson, Capt. William 60 

Dorman, Daniel, 344 

Dorsey, Lieut. Richard 178 

Daty, Samuel, 284 

Dawnes, Lieut. Eldward, 16 

Downes, Sergt. Jesse, 16 

Downs, Henry, 344 

Dmke, Col. Jacob 288 

Drake, Samuel, 230 

Dfake, Simon, 230 

Diaper, Corp. Simeon, Z^ 

Drury, Capt. Asa, ^j6 

Du Bois, Capt Abraham 125 

Du Bois, Sergt. Mlna (Dominicus), 126 

Du Bois, Maj. Matthew 119 

Dudley, Oilman, 1«2 

Dudley, William 29*, 299 

Dunbar, Lieut Peter, Ift9 

Dunbam, Elijah 229 



396 DAUGHTORS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Dunham, Joeeph, 208 

Dunham, Stephen, 115-116 

Dunlap, Maj. William, 153. 154 

Dwight, Seth, 266 

Dyer, Edward, 276 

Dyer, Henry, 276 

Dyer, Capt. Samuel, 339 



Eiames, Robert, 204 

Earl, Capt. George, 274 

Easton, Col. James, , 263 

Eaton, Sylvanus, 144 

Edgell, Corp. John, 47 

Edgerly, Richard, 174 

Bdgerton, Roger, 274, 276 

Bdsall, Capt. Richard, 240, 241 

Edwards, Benjamin, 154 

Edwards, Ebenezer, 322 

Edwards, Oliver, ' 324 

Eells, Capt. Robert Lenthal, 216 

Egleston, Joseph, 123 

Eldredge, Zoeth, 266 

Eliot, Rev. Andrew, 213, 214 

Elliott, Capt. George, 2 

EUmaker, Nathaniel, 335 

Ellsworth, John, 280 

Ely, William 134 

Emerson, Col. Nathaniel, 108 

Eustis, Corp. Chamberlain, 193 

Evans, Evan, 329 

Evans, Sherebiah, 298, 299 

Evans, William, 262 

Everett, Sergt. Andrew, 331 

Everts, Ens. Ambrose, 20 



Fairchild, Sergt. Nathaniel, 224, 227 

Falconer, Capt. John, 31, 32 

Famsworth, Thomas, 218 

Fassett, Capt. John, 271 

Fassett, Capt. Jonathan, 271, 272 

Faulkner, Jonas, 207 

Felton, Stephen, 206 

Fenton, Bodwell, 321 

Field, Ichabod, 103 

Finley, Maj. John, 55, 76 

Fisk, Moses 145 

Fisk, Zedekiah, 188 

Fitch, Paul, 286 

Flanders, Ens. Moses, 281, 282 

Fletcher, Daniel 76 

Fletcher, Col. Samuel 223, 266, 267 

Floyd, Col. John. 133 

tolger, Frederick, 203 

Fontaine, Corp. John, 347 

Forbes, Daniel, 81 

Ford, Stephen, 43 

Forster, Capt. John, 54, 55 



ROI.I. OF HONOR. 397 



Foster, Ens. Daniel, 294 

Fowle, Nathaniel, 269 

Freeman, Samuel, 196 

Freeman, Silas, 142 

French, Asa, 184 

French, Benjamin, 188 

BYench, Deacon David, 119 

French, Sergt. Ephraim, , 195 

French, William, 195 

Frisbie, Maj. Philip, 297 

Frost, Jonathan, 28 

Frye, Col. James, 223 

Frye, Brig. Gen. Joseph 218 

Fullam, Sergt. Timothy, 350 

Furman, Samuel, 285 



Gamble, Capt. Robert, 179 

Gardiner, David, 268 

Gardner, Capt. Isaac, 306 

Gardner, James, M. D., 355 

Gates, Capt. Amos, 139, 140, 143 

Gates, Edmund Trowbridge, 139, 140, 143 

Gates, Jonathan, , 27 

Gaylord, Eleazer, 22 

Gearhart, Capt. Jacob 59 

Giddings, Isaac, 194 

Giddings, Isaac, Jr., 194 

Gilbert, Deborah Champion, 104 

Gilbert, Samuel 104 

Gillespie, Col. George, 346 

Gillet, Aaron, 104 

Gilmore, Col. James, 74 

Gilmore, Thomas, 87 

Glover, Col. Jonathan, 181 

Goffe, Col. John, 224, 227 

Goffe, Maj. John, 224, 227 

Goffe, Samuel, 224, 227 

(Goldsmith, Jeremiah 194 

Goldsmith, William 194 

Goodhue, Daniel, 177, 178 

Goodrich, Lieut. Caleb 220 

Goodwin, Sergt. Amaziah, 176 

Gk>rdon, Chapman 135 

Gordon, Charles, 135 

Gordon, Timothy, 163 

Gore, Lieut. Daniel, 151 

Gore, Obediah, 151 

Gore, Lieut. Obediah, 261 

Gorham, Col. James, 137 

Gould, Jonas, 13 

Gove, Elijah, 246 

Gove, John, .* 174 

Grant, Lieut. Eleazer, 270 

Graves, Lieut. Luther, 23 

Graves, Deacon Nathan, 8 

Graves, Randall, 40 

Green, Benjamin 134 

Green, Eleazer, 120 



398 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

Oreen, Col. Timothy, 166 

Oreen, Capt. William, 151 

Orfeene, Allen, 61 

Greene, Thomas, 61 

Greenlee, Robert, 50 

Griffith, Hon. Henry, ^ 356 

Griffith, Capt. Samuel S56 

Griswold, Lieut. (Jeorge, Jr., 312 

Grlswold, Gov. Matthew, 158 

Gunnison, Corp. Samuel, 28, 317 



Hack, Lieut. Nathan, 201 

Hagar, Aaron, 182 

Haines, Peter, 89 

Haines, Stephen, 248 

Hale, Lieut. Aaron, 332 

Hall, Aaron, 5 

Hall, Calvin, .45, 85 

Hall, Jonathan, 26 

Hall, Samuel 253 

Hall, Willis, 26 

Hancock, Richard, 325 

Hanford, Levi, 256 

Hardin, Col. William, 346 

Hapgood, Asa, .' 273 

Hapgood, Asa, Jr., 273 

Harding, Capt. Stephen, 105 

Hardy, Jesse, l3 

Hardy, Phineas, 13 

Harrington, Daniel 284 

Harrington, Corp. James, 225 

Harrington, Sergt. Joshua, 351 

Harris, Jonathan, ^46 

Harris, Moses, 160 

Harrison, Ens. Joseph, 3rd 255, 256 

Harrison, Hon. Robert Hanson 136 

Hasbrouck, Col. Abraham, 30, 31 

Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph, SO, 31 

Haselton, Richard, 43 

Haskins, Joshua, 215 

Hatch, Nathan, 83 

Hathaway, Corp. Abraham, 216 

Hathaway, Stephen, 19d 

Haynes, Peter, 189 

Haywood, David, 306 

Hazzard, Capt. Cord, 80 

Heard, James, 1^2 

Heath, Howell 128 

Heath, Lieut. Nathaniel, 214 

Hedges, David, 38 

Hempstead, Nathaniel, 167, 168 

Hempstead, Corp. Nathaniel, Jr ; 167, 168 

Hempstead, Stephen, 153 

Henry, Gov. Patrick, 347 

Herkimer, Capt. George, 34 

Herrick, Capt. Ezekiel, , 150 

Hersey, Sergt. James 150, 234 

Heywood, Col. William 162 



ROI.I. OF HONOR. 399 



Hicks, John, 1^1 

Hickling, William, Jr 17^ 

Higgins, Sergt. Hawes, 50, SI 

Higgins, Israel, 2t3 

Hinds, Jesse, 3 

Hinman, Capt. Gideon, 35 

Hinman, Justus, 284 

Hinman, Moses, 35 

Hitchcock, Capt. Luke, 150 

Hoag, Hussej^ 209 

Hobart, Aaron, 158 

Holbrook, Asa, 25 

Hblcomb, Capt. Benajah, * SI 

Holcombe, Lieut. Philemon, 3 

Holman, Stephen, 10 

Holmes, Sergt. Abraham, 215 

Hcflmes, David, M. D., 107, 109, 286, 290 

Holt, Sergt. Nehemiah 389 

Hooton, Sergt. John, 219 

Hopkins, Ichabod 269 

Hotchkiss, Caleb 315 

Houghton, Capt. Jonathan, 106 

How, Jacob, Jr., 89 

Howard, Caleb, 6 

Howell, Samuel, Jr., 259 

Hoyt, Benjamin, 294 

Hon. Enoch 251 

Hoyt, Joseph, 253 

Hoyt, Joseph, 281, 282 

Hoyt, Sergt. Nathan, 314 

Hubbard, David, 252 

Hubbard, Dimon 196 

Hubbard, Capt. James, 196 

Hubley, Capt. Bernard 312 

Hulett, Joseph, 806 

Hull, Lieut. Jedediah, 267 

Hunt, John, 49 

Huntington, Asa, 269 

Huntley, Elihu 118 

Huntoon, Charles, 170 

Huntoon, Charles, Jr., 170 

Huntting, Lieut. Isaac Mulford, ^67 



Ingersoll, Capt. Jonathan, 191 

Ittig, Capt. Michael, 33 



Jacob, Richard, 15 

Jeifferson, President Thomas, 354 

Jenkins, Thomas Shepard, ^ 190 

Jennerson, Moses, 19$ 

Jennings, Peter 98 

Jerauld, Capt. Dutee, 129 

Jerauld, Lieut. James, 4 

Jewett, Ezekiel, 808 

Jewett, Gibbons, lt)l 

Jewett, Lieut. Thomas, 28j 

Johnes, Rev. Timothy, 289 



40O DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Johnson, Ashley, 329 

Johnson, Lawrence, 118 

Johnston, Col. Philip, 69, 70, 71 

Jones, Eliphaz, 163 

Jones, Ezekiel, 163 

Jones, Ezra, 270 

Joslin, Peter, 245 

Judson, Capt. Stiles 43, 100 



Keeler, Lieut. Isaac, 296 

Keeler, Nathaniel, 303 

Keith, Benjamin, 1 186 

Keith, Levi, 186 

Kellogg, Helmont, 103 

Kellogg, Silas, 81 

Kellogg, Silas, Jr., 81 

Kemp, Capt. Lawrence, 228, 229 

Keyes, Capt. John Wade, 89 

King, Lieut. Asaph, 170, 171 

King, Capt. John, 16 

King, John, Jr., 16 

King, Capt. Josiah, 247 

King, Corp. Lemuel 310 

Kingman, Capt. David, 259 

Kingman, Ezra, 259 

Kinne, Capt. Ezra, 5, 19 

Kirby, Silas, 84 

Kitchell, Hon. Aaron, 313 

Knapp, James, . . . .' .226, 227 

Knight, Jonathan, 194 

Knowles, Henry, 130 



Lacey, Enoch, 223 

Ladd, Daniel, 25 

Ladd, Nathaniel 25 

Laird, Col. John, 55, 75 

Lake, Pardon, 214 

Lakin, William, 298, 299 

Lamb, David 147, 148 

Lander, Sergt. Charles, 3 

Lane, Jonathan 248 

Lane, Mystic Ruggles, 240 

Lang, Samuel, 74 

Lanphear, Samuel, 281 

Lamed, Ens. Daniel 108 

Latham, Capt. William, 300 

Lathrop, Jedediah, Jr., 288, 295 

Laughton, John, 173 

Lawrence, Capt. Nathaniel, 344 

Lawrence, Samuel, 85 

Lawson, Capt. Hugh, 135, 136 

Lawton, Dr. William, 84 

Lazarus, Sergt. Marks, 341, 342 

Lear, Nathaniel, 212 

Ledyard, Maj. Benjamin, 263 

Lee, Capt. Samuel, 310 

Leland, Rev. John, 45, 85 



ROU< OP HONOR. 401 



Leonard, George 334 

Lester, Christopher, 265 

Lester, Guy 36 

Lewis, Brig. Gen. Andrew, 243, 244, 354 

Lewis, Lieut. Edward, 289 

Lewis, Col. Fielding, 76, 78 

Lewis, Maj. George, 76, 78 

Lewis, Henry, 301 

Lewis, Herbert, 156 

Lewis, Jared, 114, 115 

Lewis, Maj. Joseph, 289 

Lewis, Sergt. Nathaniel, Jr., 97 

Lewis, Stephen 43, 100 

Lewis, Thomas, 80 

Ughthall. John, 286 

Lincoln, Beza, 208 

Lincoln, Caleb 187 

Little, Gamalliel, 93 

Logan, David, 54 

Long, Sergt. Armistead 78 

Lord, Nathaniel, 29 

Lounsbery, Capt. Edward, 282 

Lounsberry, Michael, 320 

Lowrey, Col. Thomas, 148 

Luce, Sylvanus, 220 

Lynde, Ens. Cornelius, 146, 147 

Lyon, Corp. Jedidiah, 186 



McCalley, Lieut. John, 202 

McCartney, Jeremiah Michael, 268 

McClary, Maj. Andrew, 247 

McClellan, Col. Samuel, 107 

McConnell, Capt. James, 337 

McCord, Corp. Mark, 60 

McCracken, Lieut. William, 236 

McCully, Lieut. Andrew^ 215 

McDonald, William, 155 

Macdonough, Maj. Thomas, 123, 124 

McDowell, Dr. John, 235 

McEwen, Alexander, 346 

McEwen, Margaret Houston, 346 

McFarland, Maj. Moses, 17 

Mcintosh, Lieut. Col. John, . '. 48 

Mcintosh, Col. William, 48 

Mack, Ens. Elisha, 265 

Mack, William, 149 

Mackay, Col. John, 160 

Mackay, Capt. Joseph, 160 

McKean, 271, 272 

McManners, Daniel, 212 

McMurray, Robert, 309 

Manchester^ Stephen 183 

Manchester, Thomas, 219 

Mann, David 185 

Manning, Capt. William, 109, 110 

Manson, Nehemiah, 191 

March, James, 4 

March, Lieut. Col. Samuel, 4 

26 



40d DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Markham, Sergt. Jeremiah 169 

Markoe, Capt. Abram, 153, 154 

Marsh, Corp. Elisha, 301 

Marsh, Col. Joseph, 159 

Marshall, Chief Justice John 353 

Marshall, Col. Thomas, 353 

Marshall, Col. William 63. 64 

Martin, Lieut. Edward, 199, 201 

Martin, James, 172 

Martin, Mulford 291 

Martin, Col. Nathaniel, 167, 283 

Martin, Reuben, 226 

Mason, Christopher, Jr., 7,9 

Massey, Sergt. Jonathan, 132 

Mattack, Col. Timothy, 141 

Matthews, James, 131 

Maxey, Levi, 12 

Maynard, Malachi, 18 

Mayo, Sergt. Bbenezer, 173 

Mayo, John » 355 

Mayo, Thomas 173 

Mead, Corp. Edmund 102 

Mead, Brig. Gen. John, 256 

Meade, Col. Richard Kidder, 243 

Meeker, Caleb, 257 

Meeker, Sergt. David, 326 

Meeker, Timothy, 255 

Meeker, Timothy, Jr., 255 

Merchant, Abel, 309 

Merrill, Corp. Jedediah, 82 

Mickley, John Jacob, 234 

Midler, Sergt. Christopher, 297 

Miles, Ephraim, 306 

Miles, Sergt. Isaac, 223, 230 

Miller, Lieut. Thomas, 295 

Mills, Elligood 176 

Mitchell, Col. Edward, 16 

Montgomery, Hugh, 246 

Moore, Capt. David 276 

Moore, Corp. James, 321 

Moore, Col. William, , 72 

Moore, William, Jr., 72 

Mordecai, Samuel, 341, 342 

Morgan, Col. Jacob, 336 

Morris, Capt. Amos 116 

Morrison, James, 166 

Morriss, Rev. Edward, 63 

Morrow, Corp. Alexander, 248 

Morton, Nathaniel 340 

Moseley, Josiah, 18 

Moses, Myer, 341, 342 

Moulton, Benjamin, 318 

Moulton, Ebenezer, 318 

Moulton, Col. Stephen, 318 

Munro, Edward 827 

Munroe, Jedediah 192 

Munson, Col. John, 224, 227 

Munson, Waitstill, 90, 92 



ROLI, OF HONOR. 4O3 



Murdaugh, Capt. James, 354 

Mnzzey, John, 246 



Naglee, William, 258 

Nelson, Robert 311 

Nelson, Gen. Roger, 178 

Nesmith, James, 53, 329, 357 

Newcomb, Conductor John, 29, 263 

Newell, Lieut Col. Timothy, 180 

Nicholas, Capt. John, 131 

Nichols, Captain. Samuel, Jr 189 

Nicholson, Col. John, 26i 

Noble, Rev. Obediah 279 

Noble, Lieut. Stephen, 232 

Noyes, Capt. John 17 

Noyes, Oliver, 10 

Cakes, t>aniel ?.43 

Ogden, John, Jr., 128 

Olin, Judge Gideon 34 

Olney, Capt. Stephen 198 

Onderdok, Lieut. Abraham, 293 

Osbom, Lieut. Abraham, 137, 141, 143 

Osgood, Richard 250 

Otis, Edward, 152 

Otis, Col James 147, 183 

Otis, Brig. Gen. Joseph, 147, 163 

Otto, Dr. Bodo 37 

Otto, Lr. Bodo, Jr., 37 

Owen, Daniel, 15 



Pagan, David, 138 

Page, Samuel, 230 

Page, Stephen, 230 

Paine, Rev. William, 212 

Palf ray, Warwick ^ 185 

Palmer, Gideon, 199 

Parke, Capt. Benjamin 328 

Parker, Lieut. Hananiah 98 

Parker, Jeremiah, 142 

Parker, Sergt. Joseph, 230 

Parker, Peter, 213 

Parker, Capt. Timothy, 32 

Parkman, Sergt. William, 174, 175 

Parsons, Jacob 47 

Parsons, Capt. Jonathan, 208 

Parsons, Rev. Jonathan, 208 

Patteson, Sergt. Littleberry, 345 

Paul, Lemuel, 18 

Peabody, Nathaniel, 21 

Peale, Capt. Charles Willson 179 

Pearsons, Nathan 308 

Pease, Noah, 220 

Pease, Seth, 220 

Pease, Zachariah, 220 

Peck, Corp. Joeiah, 117 



404 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Peck, Capt. Samuel, * 137 

Peck, Solomon, 61 

Pendleton, Henry, 87 

Penfield, Sergt. Jesse, 277 

Percival, Dr. Jabez> 86, 87 

Percival, Capt. Timothy, 86, 87 

Perkins, Capt. Joshua 97 

Perkins, Josiah, 186 

Perkins, Josiah, Jr., , . . 186 

Perkins, Luke, 186 

Perry, Corp. Abel 206 

Perry, Lieut. Abel, 206 

Perry, Edward, 61 

Perry, Lieut. James, 61 

Perry, John, 295 

Perry, Capt. John, 182 

Perry, Lieut. Moses 212 

Pettibone, Amos, 156 

Pettibone, Col. Jonathan, 92 

Petty, Capt. Reuben, 200 

Phelps, Dr. Charles, 41, 42 

Phelps, Ebenezer, 95 

Phelps, Corp. Francis, 83 

Phelps, Capt. Josiah, 101 

Phelps, Col. Noah, 92 

Phillips, Jonas 341 

Phillips, Maj. Moses, 142 

Pierson, Ens. Abraham, 22 

Pierson, Benjamin, 313 

Pierson, Dodo, 22 

Piper, Samuel, 167, 168 

Piper, Lieut. Samuel 281, 282 

Piatt, Col. Zephaniah, 304 

Pollock, Samuel, 335 

Pomeroy, Brig. Gen. Seth, 242 

Pool, John 254 

Poor, Daniel, 223 

Poore, Paul, , 165 

Pope, Capt. Louin, 96 

Pope, Capt. Nathaniel 221 

Pope, Col. Seth, 221 

Porter, Rev. Nehemiah, 8 

Post, David, 29 

Postell, Col. James, 243 

Potter, Sergt. Samuel, 298 

Powell, Capt. Robert 70 

Power, Thomas, 300 

Powers, Charles, M. D., 87 

Pratt, Sergt. Ephraim, 221 

Pratt, Ezra, 115 

Pratt, Lieut. John, 146 

Pratt, Capt. Nehemiah, 201 

Pratt, Sergt. Reuben, 205, 206 

Pratt, Teber 314 

Pratt, Thomas, 351 

Preston, John, 191 

Prichard, Corp. Amos, 95 

Proctor, William 306, 308 

Pulling, Capt. John, 187 



ROl,I. OF HONOR. 4O5 



Pumpelly, John, 310 

Putnam, Capt. Garret, 316 

Putnam, Brig. Gen. Israel, 19 



Quick, Garrett, 260 



Ramsay, Col. Dennis, 128, 129 

Rankin, Richard, 234 

Rankin, Thomas, 234 

Ransier, Sergt. George, , 298 

Ransom, Ezekiel, 223 

Rawson, Elijah, 133 

Read, Capt. Thaddeus, 246 

Redd, Lieut. John, 347 

Reed, David, 52 

Reed, Ezra 210, 211 

Reed, Brig. Gen. James, 233 

Reed, Col. James, 130 

Reed, John 210, 211 

Reed, Ketchel, Sr., 79 

Reed, Thomas, 187 

Reed, Uriah, 199, 201 

Reed, William, 1st, 307, 308 

Reed, William, 2nd, 307, 308 

Reed, William, 3rd, 307, 308 

Resmolds, Jonas, 186 

Richards, Nathaniel 210, 211 

Richardson, Capt John -S 

Richardson, Brig. Gen. Richard, 65 

Richardson, Col. William, 135 

Richmond, Job, 186 

Riddle, Isaac, 20 

Roberdeau, Gen. Daniel, 128 

Robertson, Corp. Ephraim, 230 

Robertson, Lieut. John, 294 

Robinson, Gain, 200 

Robinson, Sergt. Joshua, 109 

Robinson, Philip, 263, 264 

Rogers, Andrew, 166 

Rogers, Edmond Pendleton 67 

Rogers, Lieut. Philip, 121 

Rogers, Samuel 248 

Rollins, John, 170 

Roof, Capt. Johannis 283 

Root, Lieut. Col. Aaron, 81 

Rosbrugh, Rev. John, 51 

Ruggles, Dr. Nathaniel, 127 

Ruggles, Capt. Timothy, 240 

Rumsey, John, 38 

Rumsey, Moses, 38 

Rush, Daniel 57 

Russell, Col. Edward, 31, 290 

Russell, John, 323 

Russell, Brig. Gen. William, 343 

Rutgers, Capt. Anthony A., 276 

Ryan, John 155, 157 



406 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

S^ord, Benjamin, Jr., 146 

Safford, Lieut. Joseph, 76 

St John, Stephen, 103 

Salisbury, Sergt. George, 214 

Saltonstall, Brig. Gen. Gurdon, 29 

Sampson, Capt. Thomas, 217 

Sanderson, Deacon Thomas, 8 

Sargeant, Jacob, 22 

Sargent, Amos, 204 

Savery, Thomas, 97 

Sawtelle, Nathan, 138, 141 

Sawyer, Capt. Jesse, 33 

Sayre, Benjamin, 2815, 286 

Sayre, Ephraim, 313 

Schuyler, Maj. Gen. Philip, 272, 274 

Schofield, Ezra, 314 

Scott, Hon. John, 222 

Scott, Maj. William 222 

Scudder, Lieut. Henry 322 

Scudder, Col. Nathaniel 69, 70, 71 

Scudder, Col. William 278 

Secor, John, 35 

Seeley, Ebenezer, 79 

Seldon, Col. Samuel, Jr., 235 

Sergeant, Dr. Erastus, 165 

Sevier, Gov. John 346 

Sevier, Capt. Valentine, 68 

Seymour, Corp. Zechariah 292 

Sharpe, Ens. Robert, 112 

Shaw, Benjamin, 122 

Shelby, Gov. Isaac 2 

Sheldon, William 81 

Shelton, David, 63, 64 

$hepard, Mase, 231 

Shepard, Oliver, 218 

Sherman, Caleb 146 

Sherman, Thomas, -. 281 

Sherwood, Daniel 149 

Shiell, Hugh, M. D., 233 

Shirley, Job, 263, 264 

Sickets, Sergt. Garret 154, 254 

Sickes, Reuben, 266 

Simonds, Joshua, 128 

Sinclair, Joshua, 331 

Sinclair, Capt. Richard, 183, 184, 231 

Sinclair, Richard, Jr., 188 

Sinkins, Capt. George 388 

Skiff, Nathan 120 

Skinner, William, 110 

Slack, John, 326 

Slade, Samuel, 24, 25 

Slaughter, Lieut. Lawrence, 66 

Slaymaker, Lieut. Mathias, 335 

Slocum, Giles 309 

Smith, Sergt. Austin 164, 367 

Smith, Christopher, 264 

Smith, Comfort, 219 

Smith, Capt. Daniel, 80 

Smith, David, of Massachusetts, 207 



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ROW. OF HONOR. 407 



Smith, David, of New York, 301 

Smith, Corp. Enos, 315 

Smith, Col. John, ; 331 

&nith, Capt. Joseph, 171 

Smith, Joshua, Jr., 314 

Smith, Lrewis 331 

Smith, Michael 228, 229 

Smith, Capt. Phineas, 152 

Smith, Polycarp, 147 

Smith, Richard, 209 

Smith, Capt Richard, 46 

Smith. Thomas 203, 218 

Snell, Bbenezer, 152 

Snell, Frederick 282 

Snell, Peter 304 

Snow, David 263, 264 

Snow, John 35 

Southward, Capt George, 238 

Southworth, Gideon, 215 

Southworth, Wilbur, .197, 198 

Southworth, Maj. William, 90 

Spalding, Capt. Simon, 57 

Spelman, Stephen, 89 

Stanton, L#ieut Isaac Wheeler, 156 

Stanton, Ens. Nathan, 298, 310 

Starr, Joseph, 267 

Steams, Samuel, 250 

Steele, Capt. Bradford, 59 

Steele, Capt. Bradford, Jr., 59 

Steele, Ebenezer, 322 

Stephenson, James, 130 

Stetson, Sergt. Micah, 216 

Stevens, Elihu, 28 

Stewart, Lieut. James, 262 

Stewart, John 305 

Stewart, Brig. Gen. Walter, 272, 274 

Stewart, Capt. William, 267 

Stickney, Lieut. Bleazer,' 139, 141, 144 

Stiles, Elijah 134 

Stockton, William, 258 

Stone, Ebenezer, 85 

Stone, Sergt. Moses, 285 

Storrs, Rev. Eleazer, 101 

Stori-s, Joseph, 163 

Story, Lieut Asa 83 

Story, James, 198 

Story, Corp. Thomas, 82 

Stowell, Corp. Samuel, 324 

Stowits, Michael, 268 

Stringer, Dr. Samuel, 275 

Strong, Lieut. John, 225 

Strong, Capt. Selah, 131 

Stuart, Rev. Alexander, 175 

Stuart, Elijah, 208 

Stuart, Nathaniel, 159, 161 

Sturtevant, Lot 159 

Sturtevant, Samuel, .197, 198 

Swan, Capt. Richard 330 



408 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Taft, Aaron 112, 113 

Talcott, Blizur, 235 

Tarbox, Capt. David 265 

Taylor, Dr. David, 23 

Taylor, James, 125 

Taylor, Jasher, 8 

Taylor, Jasher, Jr., 8 

Ten Eyck, Lieut. Abraham, 313 

Tenney, Benjamin, 308 

Terrel, Capt. Josiah, 117 

Terry, Asaph, 202 

Thomas, Evan, 178 

Thomas, Holmes, 184 

Thompson, Jabez, 49 

Thompson, Richard, 72, 73 

Thompson, Theopholls, 72, 73 

Thompson, Lieut William, 176 

Thome, John, 162, 163 

Thruston, Col. Charles Mynn, 88, 128 

Thruston, John, 88 

Thurlo, Abraham, 17 

Tlchenor, Daniel, 172 

Tlllinghast, Charles, 110 

Timmerman, Lieut. Henry, 304 

Tirrell, Vinson, 210, 211 

Titcomb, Capt Benjamin, 198 

Titus, Sylvanus, 27 

Todd, Maj. Levi, 154 

Todd, Thaddeus 320 

Tolman, Adj. John, 81 

Tower, Sergt. Abraham, 14 

Tower, Peter, 7, 9 

Towne, Bbenezer, 273 

Towne, Elijah 273 

Travis, Philip, 119 

Treat, Rev. Joseph, 275 

Trousdale, Capt. James, 73 

Trowbridge, Lieut John, 269 

Trumbull, Gov. Johnathan, 107 

Tucker, Isaac, 194 

Tucker, Lieut Col. St. George 77 

Tusten, Col. Benjamin, 328 

Tuttle, Amos, 79 

Tuttle, Moses, 94, 95 

Tyler, Lieut. Col. Abraham, 319 

Tyler, Brig. Gen. John, 96 



Underwood, Adj. James, 250 

Upham, Samuel, 349 

Upham, Samuel, Jr., 349 

Upson, Corp. Jesse, 63 



Vail, Capt Micah, 293 

Valentine, William 292 

Vance, David, 71, 348 

Van Brunt, Nicholas, 280 

Van Duzer, Capt. Christopher, 328 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 409 



Van Leer, Capt. Samuel, 65 

Van Wart, Isaac, 280 

Veeder, John, 305 

Veeder, Peter, 305 

Vinson, John, 210, 211 

Voorhees, Henry, 316 

Vrooman, Abram, 44 

Wait, Corp. William, Jr., 193 

Wait, William, 193 

Waite, Rev. William, 145 

Walker, Bbenezer, 140 

Walker, Gideon, 94 

Walker, James, Jr., 43 

Walker, John, 282 

Walker, Capt. Samuel, 148 

Walker, William, 107 

Walker, William, of Massachusetts, 201 

Waller, Col. George, 347 

Ward, Abijah, 47 

Ward, Brig. Gen. Andrew, 42 

Wardwell, Corp. Samuel, 163 

Warren, Capt Joseph, 204 

Warren, Capt Samuel, 73 

Warren, Sergt. Sylvanus, 215 

Wasson, Joseph, 207 

Waterman, Anthony, 190 

Waterman, Nathaniel, 190 

Waterman, Capt. Nehemiah, 101 

Waters, Judah, 278 

Watkins, Col. Gassaway, 180 

Watson, Col. James, 240 

Waugh, Capt. James, 135 

Weaver, Capt. Henry, , . . . . 333 

Weaver, Capt. Michael, 55 

Webber, Col. Christopher, 241 

Webster, Capt. Ebenezer, « 239 

Weeks, Capt. Thomas, 232 

Wellington, Jeduthan, 213 

Wells, Elizabeth, 9 

Wells, Capt. Robert, 98 

Wells, Lieut Robert, 129 

Wells, Capt. Thomas, 321 

Welton, Corp. Samuel, ^ 123 

West, Sergt. Samuel, 120 

Weston, Joseph, 176 

Wetherbee, Joab 195 

Wheeler, Blnathan, 139 

Wheeler, Capt Henry, 46, 302 

Wheeler, Joseph, 172 

Wheeler, Paul 222 

Wheelock, Lieut Simeon, 112 

Whipple, Moses, 252 

Whipple, Capt Moses, 11 

Whipple, Preserved, 61 

Whitcomb, Jacob, 27 

White, Asa, 7 

White, Jacob, Jr., 314 

White, Sergt. Moses, 74 

White, William 250 



410 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Whiting, Col. Thomas, , . , 88 

Whitney, Alexander, , . . 211 

Whitney, Lieut Israel, , 249 

WhiUiey, Jason, 306 

Whitney, Capt. William 320 

Whittlesey, Sergt. Martin, , 106 

Wicks, Eteekiel ,., 322 

Wigg, Maj. William Hazzard, 353 

Wigglesworth, Col. Edward, 258 

Wilcox, Stephen, 203 

Wilcox, Lieut. William 91 

Wilder, Corp. Moses, 11, 12, 86 

Wilkins, Capt, John, 244 

Wilkins, Gen. John, Jr., 244 

Williams, Capt. Abraham, 29 

Williams, Capt. Daniel, 345 

Williams, Eleazer, 300 

Williams, Sergt. Ephraim, 41, 42 

Williams, Col. George, 16 

Williams, Lieut. Col. James, 163, lt7 

Williams, Silas, 360 

Williams, Capt. William, 41 

Williams, Hon. William, 107 

Willis, Lieut. Col. Lewis, 76, 77, 78 

Williston, Lieut. Consider, 47 

Wilson, Capt. Amos, 122 

Wilson, Israel 52 

Wilson, John, 54, 65 

Wilson, Joseph, 332, 333 

Winch, Capt. Joseph, 9 

Winchel, Elijah, 274 

Winchester, Capt. James, 67 

Wisner, Hon. Henry, 142 

Witter, Asa 5. 19 

Witter, Bbenezer, 5 

Witter, Capt. Ebenezer, 112 

Wood, Abijah 112 

Woodbridge, Hon. Jahleel 238 

Woodhull, Gen. Nathaniel, 181 

Woodruff, Capt. Ellas, 148 

Woods, Abel, 229 

Woodward, Abel 227 

Woodward, Rosewell, 127 

Woodward, Capt. Thomas, 80 

Worrell, Capt. Demas, 60 

Worthen, Maj. Ezeklel 21 

Wrignt, Sergt. Caleb, 162 

Wright, Phineas 99 

Wright, Solomon 231 

Wright, Stephen 268 

Wyman, Capt. Abijah 191 

Yancey, Lieut. Layton, 80 

Young, Sergt. John, 299 

Young, Capt. Joseph, 10 

Young, Joseph, Jr., Ifi 



Zerfass, Capt. Adam, If^ 

Zollickoffer, Capt. John Conrad, ^ 36&