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AfRS. BENJAMIN HARR/SOJV, 
Pieside>it General. 



LINEAGE BOOK 

OK THK 

Charter Members 

OF THK 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN 
REVOLUTION 



[JiE VISED. 



MARY S. LOCKWOOD, 

Historian Geueral. 



amor patriae. 



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HARRISBURG, PA.: 
Harrisburg Publishing Co. 

1895. 



OFFICERS, 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 



1890-91. 



president genera l . 

Mrs. Benjamin Harrison. 

vice president general presiding. 

Mrs. Wm. D. Cabell. 

yiCE PRESIDENTS GENERAL. 

Mrs. a. W. Greely, Mrs. G. Brown Goode, 

Mrs. H. V. Boynton, Miss Mary Desha, 

Mrs. F. O. St. Clair, Mrs. Stephen J. Field, 

Mrs. John W. Foster, Mrs. Wm. E. Earle. 

HONORARY VICE PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. James K. Polk, Mrs. David D. Porter, 

Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks. 

SECRETARIES GENERAL. 

Recording — Mrs. George H. Shields. 

Corresponding — Mrs. EllEn Hardin Walworth. 

treasurer general. 

Mrs. Marshall MacDonald. 

registrars general. 

Miss Eugenia Washington, 

Mrs. a. Howard Clark. 

SURGEON GENERAL. HISTORIAN GENERAL. 

Miss Clara Barton. Mrs. Mary S. Lock wood. 

chaplain general. 

Mrs. T. S. Hamlin. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 



1890-91. 



The officers on the preceding page, together with the following Regents, 
constituted the National Board. 



Mrs. J. G. Cilley, 

New Hampshire. 

Mrs. Henry Blount, 

INDIANA. 

Mrs. Randolph deB. Keim, 

Connecticut. 

Mrs. F. G. DeFontaine, 

South Carolina. 

Mrs. F. M. Cockrell, 

Missouri. 

Miss Louise Ward McAllister, 

New York. 



Mrs. Frank Osborn, 

Illinois. 

Mrs. M. Devereux, 

District of Columbia. 

Mrs. B. O. Wilbour, 

Rhode Island. 

Mrs. W. W. Shippen, 

New Jersey. 

Mrs. N. B. Hogg, 

Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Augustus R. Salas, 

Georgia. 



COMMITTEE ON ORGANIZATION OF CHAPTERS. 

Mrs. H. V. Boynton, Mrs. A. L,eo Knott, 

1321 R Street. 1730 K Street. 

Mrs. John W. Foster, 

1405 I Street. 



A D VISOR Y BOA RD. 

Dr. G. Brown Goode, Chairman ; Mr. Wilson I,, 
Gill, Secretary ; Mr. Wm. C. Winlock, Gen. H. V. Boyn- 
ton, Col. Marshall MacDonald, Rev. Edward Everett 
Hale, Prof. Wm. D. Cabell, Mr. Wm. O. McDowell, 
Gen. Marcus J. Wright, Mr. Edwin D. Mead. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



IT was a small number of loyal-hearted women that as- 
sembled in Washington on the nth of October four 
years ago. But that sturdy few has been multiplied into 
thousands, and to-day, from Maine to California, from the 
Lakes to the Gulf, the name, Daughters of the American Rev- 
olution, is a synonym for love of country, veneration for our 
national flag, unremitting zeal in teaching the children of our 
land to love its institutions, respect its laws, and comprehend 
the duties and obligations of citizenship. 

From dusty archives and musty manuscripts, they have 
unfolded to the light the hidden proof of the lives of their fore- 
fathers and mothers and they hold the pages open for us to 
read what they sacrificed for home and country. Through this 
knowledge we begin to comprehend the price of the legacy left, 
and to realize that if we hold this magnificent inheritance, in 
city, town and country, we must keep the camp fires of loyalty 
alive, that there shall be no wavering of devotion to the princi- 
ples they planted, her institutions be kept pure, her laws just, 
her government upright. 

The Daughters of the American Revolution have this work 
in hand. It will go on and on, and out from these Colonial 
struggles will come an American manhood that will build a 
structure for liberty to endure forever. 

M. S. L. 



THE 

ORGANIZATION 

OF THE SOCIETY. 



THE ORGANIZATION OF THE SOCIETY. 



w j HE National Society of the Daughters of the American 

q J\ Revolution was organized in the city of Washington, 

in the parlors of the Strathmore Arms, October ii, 

1890, the Anniversary of the Discovery of America by 

Columbus. 

The Society was incorporated under the laws of Congress 
June 8, 1891. 

The Charter Membership, numbering 818, closed October 
II, 1891. 

The objects of this Society are — 

(i) To perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and 
women who achieved American Independence by the acquisi- 
tion and protection of historical spots and the erection of monu- 
ments ; by the encouragement of historical research in relation 
to the Revolution and the publication of its results ; by the 
preservation of documents and relics, and of the records of the 
individual services of Revolutionary soldiers and patriots, and 
by the promotion of celebrations of all patriotic anniversaries. 

(2) To carry out the injunction of Washington in his fare- 
well address to the American people. " to promote, as an 
object of primary importance, institutions for the general 
diffusion of knowledge," thus developing an enlightened pub- 
lic opinion, and affording to young and old such advantages as 
shall develop in them the largest capacity for performing the 
duties of American citizens. 

(3) To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of 
American freedom, to foster true patriotism and love of 
country, and to aid in securing for mankind all the blessings of 
liberty. 



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ORGANIZATION OF THE SOCIETY. 



EIvIGIBIIvlTY. 

The sole requisite for eligibility to membership in this 
patriotic and national Society is proven lineal descejit from an 
ancestor who, with unfailing loyalty, rendered material aid to 
the cause of Independence as a recognized patriot, as soldier or 
sailor, or as a civil officer in one of the several Colonies or 
States, or of the United Colonies or States ; or from the mother 
of such a patriot ; provided that the applicant shall be at least 
eighteen years of age and acceptable to the Society. 



SEAL. 

The seal of the Society shall be one and seven-eighths of an 
inch in diameter, charged with the figure of a dame of the 
Revolutionary time 




sitting at her spinning-wheel, with thirteen stars above her, the 
whole surrounded by a rim containing the legend, " Daughters 
of the American Revolution, 1776-1890," and the motto, 
" Home and Country." 

THK INSIGNIA. 

The insignia of the Society shall consist of a badge in the 
form of a spinning-wheel and distaff, to be worn on ceremonial 
occasions upon a bow of ribbon. The wheel is seven-eighths 



ORGANIZATION OF THE SOCIETY. XV 

of an inch in diameter and of gold, with thirteen spokes and 
a field of light-blue enamel upon its tire bearing the name of 
the Society in letters of gold. Upon its outer rim, opposite the 
ends of the spokes, are thirteen small stars, which may be set 
with precious stones at the discretion of the owner. Under- 
neath the wheel is a golden distaff one and one-half inches long 
filled with silver flax. Upon the back of the wheel the regis- 
tration number of the owner shall be engraved, and her name 
may be added. The ribbon to be worn with the wheel is dark 
blue with a white edge ribbed and watered, following the colors 
of Washington's staff. A rosette of the prescribed ribbon at- 
tached to a stick-pin may be worn as an informal badge upon 
ordinary occasions. 





Fl07ver piece sent by the Daughters of the American 

Revolution on the occasion of the funeral 

of Mrs. Harrison. 



IN MEMORIAM. 



Caroline Scott Harrison. 

First President of the Society of the Daughters of the 
American Revolution. 



Died in Washington October 25, 1892. 



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rOZ. SAMUEL WASHINGTON, 
Oldest Full Brother of Gen. George Washington , 
Colonel in the Virginia Line of the Revolutionary Ar, 
Great-grandfather of Eugenia Washington. 



Membership Roll 



[Note. — The number at the end of the name represents the National 
Number of the member cf the Society.] 

Miss Eugenia Washington. i 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Washington, brother of 
Gen. George Washington. 

Daughter of William Temple Washington and Mar- 
garet Calhoun Fletcher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Steptoe Washington and 
Lucy Payne, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Samuel Washington and 
Annie Steptoe, his wife. Samuel Washington was a colo- 
nel in the Virginia Line of the Revolutionary Army. 

Also descendant on her maternal side from Col. Charles 
Francois Joseph Count de Flechir, who was born in 
France in 1755, died in New York in 18 15, and who 
served in the War of the Revolution . 

Granddaughter of Gen. Thomas Fletcher and Nanc}' 
Mcllhenney, his wife. Gen. Thomas Fletcher served in 
War of 1812 on the staff of Gen. William Henry Har- 
rison. He was grandson of Col. Flechir, who came to 
Virginia with his friend and maternal kinsman Marquis 
de Lafayette, and entered the service as a private. He 
was soon elected captain of Company H , " Independent 
Washington Guards ; ' ' reporting to the Commander-in- 
Chief, he was ordered to Canada. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and Abigail 
West, his wife. Col. Fiechir's name was Americanized 
and spelled " Fletcher." 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Francois Joseph 
Count de Flechir, and Ruth Phillips Sourency, his wife. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Col. Charles Francois Joseph Count de Flechir serv^ed 
in the War for Independence as colonel of horse, in 
Canada. 

Mrs. Sara Agnes Rice Pryor. 2 

Born ill Virsiuia. 

Wife of Roger A. Pryor. 

Descendant of Rev. David Rice and Col. John Otey. 

Daughter of Samuel Blair Rice and Lucinda Walton 
Leftwich, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Rice, of "Greenwood," 
Charlotte county, Va., and Mary Bacon Crenshaw, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Rice, of Kentucky, and 
Mary Blair, his wife. David Rice acted in the capacity 
of clergyman and orator to the Hanover militia in 1775. 
He was, in 1792, a member of the convention which 
framed the first constitution of the State of Kentucky. 

Also granddaughter of Rev. William Leftwich and 
Frances Otey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. John Otey. of Bedford, 
Va., and Mary Hopkins, his wife. Col. John Otey 
ser\^ed as colonel and captain of a battalion of riflemen. 

Also descendant of Col. William Leftwich, Chaplain 
Samuel Blair, and Maj. Gen. Joel Leftwich. 

Mrs. Ellen Hardin Walworth. 3 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Col. John Hardin, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John J. Hardin and Sarah Ellen Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin D. Hardin and Elizabeth 
Logan, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Hardin and Jane Davies, 
his wife. 

John Hardin was lieutenant in Morgan's Rifle Corps, 
colonel in Wayne's campaign, etc. At the battle of 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 



Saratoga he performed distinguished services and re- 
ceived the public thanks of Gen. Gates. In 1792 he 
was sent from Kentucky by special order' of Gen. 
Washington on a mission of peace to the Indians in 
Northern Ohio and was massacred by them. 

Also descendant of Gen. Benjamin Logan, who did 
great service in establishing the Commonwealth of Ken- 
tucky, as well as distinguished service during the Revo- 
lutionary period. 

Miss Mary Desha. 4 

Born in Kentucky. 

First member, and one of the organizers, of the 
Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Descendant of Marguerite Briarley, mother of Col. 
John Montgomery, Jr., a soldier in the Revolutionary 
Army. 

Daughter of John Randolph Desha, M. D., and Mary 
Curry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Desha (a soldier in the 
Revolution at 1 5 years of age ; with Mad Anthony 
Wayne in '96, a major general in 1812, and governor 
of Kentucky in 1825) and Margaret Bledsoe, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Desha, a soldier of 
the Revolution. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Bledsoe and Katherine 
Montgomery, his wife Isaac Bledsoe was a pioneer of 
Tennessee, a famous Indian fighter (called by the In- 
dians " Tullituskee " — the waving corn -blade — or per- 
petual motion, because they never caught him napping), 
and also a soldier of the Revolution. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Montgomery, 
Sr., and Marguerite Briarley, his wife. 

John Montgomery, Jr., the son of John Montgomery 
and Marguerite Briarley, was an officer in the Revolu- 
tionary^ Army. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Wheeler, a lieuten- 
ant in Braddock's army and a soldier of the Revolution. 



4 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Katharine Montgomery, 
" a dispatch bearer" during the Revolution, sister of 
Col. John Montgomery. 

Miss F. Page Robinson. S 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. William Robinson. 

Daughter of Maj. Thomas Robinson and Mary S. 
Hoomes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Beverly Robinson and Sarah 
Downing, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. John Robinson and 
Katherine Page, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Rev. William Robinson 
and Agatha Beverly Smith, his wife. Rev. William 
Robinson was a clergyman and soldier in the Revolution- 
ary War, and bore the title of colonel. 

Mrs. Mary V. Ellet Cabell. 6 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Israel Israel, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Col. Charles Ellet, Jr., and Elvira 
Augusta Stuart Daniel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Ellet and Mary Israel, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Israel Israel and Hannah 
Erwin, his wife. 

Israel Israel was a member of the Committee of Safety 
of Pennsylvania and a recognized active patriot. 

Also granddaughter of Judge William Daniel and 
Margaret Baldwin, his wife. 

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

Cornelius Baldwin was surgeon in the American 
Army throughout the Revolution. 

Also great-granddaughter of Ensign William Daniel 
and Pattie Allen, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 5 



Ensign William Daniel served in the War of Inde- 
pendence as ensign in Capt. Arda Allen's company. 
He was appointed in April, 1776. 

Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison. 7 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Benjamin Harrison, twenty-first President of 
the United States. 

Descendant of John Scott and Saul Rea. 

Daughter of John Witherspoon Scott and Mary Neal, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of George McElery Scott and Anna 
Rea, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Scott and Agnes Mc- 
Elery, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Scott and Jane 
Mitchell, his wife. 

John Scott was commissary general of the Pennsyl- 
vania Line. 

Also descendant of Saul Rea, who held civil office 
during the Revolution and was a member of Congress. 

Mrs. Fannie Washington Finch. 8 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Wm. Aug. Washington. 

Daughter of Bushrod Washington and Henrietta 
Bryan Spots wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Wm. Aug. Washington and 
Gen. Alexander Spotswood and Jane Washington and 
Elizabeth Washington, their wives. 

Great-granddaughter of John Aug. Washington and 
Aug. Washington and Hannah Bushrod and Ann Ay- 
lett, their wives. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Aug. Washington, his 
first wife, Jane Butler, second, Mary Ball, and of John 
Spotswood and Mary Dandridge, his wife. 



6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Elizabeth Westwood Washington. 9 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Mrs. Catherine Storke Washington. 

Daughter of William Temple Washington and Fannie 
Virginia Washington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington and Cecilia 
Barron, his wife, and Col. John M. Washington and 
Euphan Dandridge, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bailey Washington and 
Euphan Wallace, his wife. 

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

Great-great-great-granddaughter of John Washington. 

Mrs. Catherine Storke Washington was the mother of 
Bailey Washington, patriot member of the House of 
Burgesses, probably during the Revolution, and of Col. 
William Washington, the " Marcellus of the Revolu- 
tion." 

Miss Fannie V. Washington. 10 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Mrs. Catherine Storke Washington. 

Daughter of George Washington and Cecilia Barron , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bailey Washington and Euphan 
Wallace, his wife. 

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

Mrs. Catherine Storke Washington was the mother of 
Bailey Washington, patriot member of the House of 
Burgesses, and of Col. William Washington, the " Mar- 
cellus of the Revolution." 

Mrs. Mary Conde' Ringgold. ii 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. William Washington. 
Daughter of Thomas D. Conde and Jane Washington 
Ancrum, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 



Granddaughter of James Hasell Ancrum and Jane 
Washington, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Washington and 
Jane Elliott, his wife. 

William Washington was colonel of cavalry in the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. AlARGARETTA P. JACK HETZEL. I2 

Born in the West Indies. 

Descendant of Calvin Selden and Ezra Seldeu. 

Daughter of Morrison Jack and Roxanna Selden, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Calvin Selden and Phoebe 
Ely, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ezra Selden, Connecticut 
Legislature, and Elizabeth Rogers, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Samuel Selden, 
Colonial Army, and Deborah Dudley, his wife. 

Ezra Selden and Calvin Selden assisted in establishing 
American Independence. Ezra Selden was a member 
of the Connecticut Legislature twenty years. Calvin 
Selden, his son, was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary 
Army. ' 

Miss Susan Riviere Hetzel. 13 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Calvin Selden and Ezra Selden. 

Daughter of Abner Riviere Hetzel and Margaretta P. 
Jack, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Morrison Jack and Roxanna 
Selden, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lieut. Calvin Selden, Revo- 
lutionary Army, and Phcebe Ely, his wife. 

See N. No. 12. 

Miss Elizabeth Lee Washington. 14 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Catherine Storke Washington, mother 
of the patriot Col. William Washington. 



8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Bailey Washington (surgeon, U. S. 
Navy) and Ann Matilda Lee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bailey Washington and Euphan 
Wallace, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bailey Washington and Cath- 
erine Storke, his wife. 

Also descendant of Richard Bland Lee. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bland Lee and Elizabeth 
Collins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Lee and Lucy Grymes 
(the Lowland Beauty), his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Henry Lee and Miss 
Bland, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Richard Lee and 
Miss Corbin, his wife. 

Mrs. Fannie W. Washington Reading. i^ 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Catherine Storke Washington, mother 
of Col. William Washington. See N. No. 14. 

Descendant of Richard Bland Lee. See N. No. 14. 

Henry Lee, ' ' Light Horse Harry, ' ' a great-uncle, was 
a general in the army. 

Mrs. Alice Morrow Clark. i6 

Born in Nova Scotia. 

Descendant of Samuel Perry, of Sandwich, Mass. 

Daughter of Capt. Charles Morrow, of Gloucester, 
Mass., and Mar>^ Bell Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Perry and Celia Greenwood 
Bell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Perry and Jane 
Smith, daughter of Capt. Smith, his wife. 

Great -great-granddaughter of Capt. Samuel Perry 
and Thankful Bourne, his wife, whose brother, Thomas 
Bourne, was an active patriot during the Revolution. 

Capt. Samuel Perry, of Sandwich, Mass., was a mem- 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 



ber of Capt. Abijah Bangs' company, in Col. Dicke's 
regiment of militia. His brother Stephen was in the 
same company. 

Mrs. Mary Williams Loomis Stow. 17 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Veach Williams, of Connecticut, 
and Lieut. Thomas Loomis. 

Daughter of Maj. Gen. Thomas Loomis and Sylvia 
Lusk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Thomas Loomis and Mary 
Williams, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Veach Williams and Lucy 
Wals worth, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Williams and 
Elizabeth Veach, his wife. 

Capt. Veach Williams and Lieut. Thomas Loomis 
ser\'ed in the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Anna P. Stow. 18 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Veach Williams and Thomas Loomis. 

Daughter of Marcellus Kent Stow and Mary Williams 
Loomis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Loomis and Sylvia Lusk , 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Loomis and Mary 
Williams, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Veach Williams and 
Lucy Walsworth, his wife, 

Veach Williams and Thomas Loomis ser\'ed in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Henrietta C. H. N. Greely. 19 

Born in Switzerland. 

Descendant of Elizabeth McKeen Nesmith, mother of 
soldier John Nesmith. 



10 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Thomas Nesmith and Maria Antoinette 
Gale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Nesmith and Susan Hildreth, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Nesmith and Elizabeth 
Reid, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Nesmith and 
Elizabeth McKeen, his wife. 

Elizabeth McKeen Nesmith 's son and grandson were 
soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 

Mrs. Mary Morris Hallowell. 20 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Christopher Marshall, who was born 
in Dublin, Ireland. 

Daughter of Elisha Tyson and Sarah Morris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Morris and Sarah Mar- 
shall, his wife. 

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

Great-great-granddaughter of Christopher Marshall. 

Christopher Marshall was a member of the Council of 
Safety of Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Regina M. Knott. 21 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of A. Leo Knott. 

Descendant of Mary Heron Phelan, mother of John 
Phelan, who was born in Waterford, Ireland. 

Daughter of Anthony Keenan and Mary Phelan, his 
wife. 

Grandniece of John Phelan. 

Great-granddaughter of Mary Heron Phelan. 

Capt. John Phelan was the collateral ancestor of 
Regina M . Knott who assisted in establishing American 
Independence. 



ME.WBERSHIP ROLL. 11 



Mrs. Sarah Ford Judd Goode. 22 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. George Brown Goode. 

Descendant of Mistress Lois Curtis Judd, of Farm- 
ington, Conn. 

Daughter of Orange Judd and Sarah Lamson Ford, of 
Boston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ozias Judd (1794-1855), of Niagara, 
N. Y., soldier of 181 2, and Rheuama Waight (1798- 
1S55), his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Orange Judd, soldier of the 
Revolution, and Abigail Dike (1762-1S39), his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Timothy Judd (1720- 
1785), of Farmington, Conn., and Lois Curtis (1720- 
1804), his wife, mother of Aranah Judd, a Revolu- 
tionary soldier. 

Miss Fanny Washington Hunter Weeks. 23 

Born in Louisiana. 

Descendant of Charles Minn Thruston, who was born 
in Gloucester county, Va. 

Daughter of Alfred Conrad Weeks and Anne Stephens 
Hunter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Weeks and Mary Clara Con- 
rad, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Frederick Conrad and Frances 
Thruston, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Minn Thruston 
and Sarah Alexander, his wife. 

Charles Minn Thruston served as a captain and col- 
onel in the Revolutionary^ Army, and is called in history 
the Warrior Parson of Gloucester. 

Also descendant of Adam Stephens, who served as an 
officer in the Revolutionary War, and of Mildred War- 
ner Washington, grandmother of George Washington. 

Mrs. Lucia Fames Blount. 24 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Henry F. Blount. 



12 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Dr. Aaron Wight, Capt. Daniel Eames, 
David Babcock, and Elijah Morgan. 

Daughter of Lovett Eames and Lucy C. Morgan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Eames and Molly Wight, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Aaron Wight, surgeon 
Revolutionary War ; of Capt. Daniel Eames (Massachu- 
setts regiment), and Mary Cutler, his wife; of David 
Babcock, who was in Col. Parson's regiment, Connecti- 
cut Volunteers, and at Lexington Alarm in 1775 ; and 
of Elijah Morgan, who was in Oliver Smith's regiment 
of Connecticut Volunteers, and in campaign around 
New York in 1776. 

Mrs. Mary E. McDonald. 2^ 

Born iu Virginia. 

Wife of Col. Marshall McDonald. 

Descendant of T. Morris Blackburn and Maj. James 
Mcllhaney, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Francis McCormick, Clark county, Va., 
and Rose Mortimer Ellzey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis EUzey, Loudoun county, 
Va., and Rosana Mcllhaney, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Ellzey and Alice 
Blackburn, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Blackburn and Mary 
Watts, his wife, mother of Thomas Blackburn, aid to 
Gen. Washington, wounded at Brandy wine. 

Great-granddaughter of James Mcllhaney and 
(Widow) Williams, his wife. 

James Mcllhaney was a major in Morgan's Rifle 
Brigade. 

Mrs. Sadie Adams Smith. 26 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Leroy Sunderland Smith. 
Descendant of Andrew Adams, of Milton, Mass., 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 13 



Samuel Rowell, of New Hampshire, and Robert Gordon, 
of Amesbury, Mass. 

Davighter of Harvey Adams and Nancy Dustin 
Rowell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Adams and Sally Lamb, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Rowell and Robert 
Gordon, both Revolutionary soldiers. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams and Ruth 
Wadsworth, his wife. 

Andrew Adams was second lieutenant of the Second 
Company of Third Suffolk (Massachusetts) Regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Smith Lockwood. 27 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry C. Lockwood. 

Descendant of Martin Roberts. 

Daughter of Henry Smith and Beulah Blodgett, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Blodgett and Sibyl Roberts , 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Martin Roberts, an officer of 
the Revolutionary War. 

Also granddaughter of Roxy Morton, of Hadley, 
Mass., descendant of Silas Morton, who entered a Ply- 
mouth company in 1775. In recognition of his services 
he was the recipient of a sword from Congress, now in 
possession of the family. 

Silas Morton was a member of the Cincinnati, 

Mrs. Helen Mason Boynton. 28 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Gen. H. V. Boynton. 

Descendant of Samuel Hall, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy B. Mason (a lineal descendant 
of Henry Adams, ancestor of Samuel Adams the patriot, 
and of John and John Quincy Adams) and Abigail 
Hall, his wife. 



14 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Samuel Hall, minute man and 
afterwards soldier in the Revolution. 

Also descendant of Moses Hartshorn, of Massachu- 
setts, a minute man and Revolutionary soldier. 

Mrs. Mary Morris Husband. 29 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Robert Morris. 

Daughter of Henry Morris and Eliza J. Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Morris, Senator and Minis- 
ter of Finance during the Revolutionary War ; signer of 
Declaration of Independence. 

Also descendant of William Pitt Smith, surgeon, and 
Thomas White, of Maryland, both officers in the Revo- 
lutionary Army. 

Mrs. Pella Hull Mason. 30 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of W. F. Mason. 

Descendant of Dr. Titus Hull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. I,everett Hull and Sarah Lord, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Olive Lewis, a descendant of the 
Strong family; also of Dr. Titus Hull, a minute man 
and later surgeon in the Continental Army. Also of 
Solomon Lord, a soldier in the Fourth Regiment, Con- 
necticut Line, serving under Lafayette. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Zephaniah Hull and Han- 
nah Hall, his wife, a daughter of Capt. Samuel Hall, who 
was prominent in the French and Indian wars, and lineal 
descendant of John Hall, the ancestor of Lyman Hall, a 
signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Dr. John 
Hull, of WaUingford, Conn., the lineal ancestor of Gen. 
William Hull, of Revolutionary fame, and also of Com- 
modore Isaac Hull, of the frigate "Constitution." 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Johnston Maclay Candee. 31 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. Samuel Maclay. 
Daughter of Charles Maclay and Mary Cox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Maclay, lieutenant colonel 
of the Northumberland Associators. 

Mrs. Dora T. Voorhis. 32 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Zenas Tichenor, Sr. 

Daughter of Zenas Tichenor, Jr., and S. A. Egbert, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zenas Tichenor, Sr,, private in First 
Regiment of New Jersey. 

Also descendant of Maj, Thomas Egbert and Capt. 
Samuel Pierson, both officers of New Jersey regiments 
in the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Mary Granger Leland. 33 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of David Warren Iceland. 

Daughter of Dr. Phineas W. Iceland and Pamelia 
Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Warren Leland, a soldier in 
the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Mary L. Shields. 34 

Born in Missouri. 

Daughter of Rev. John Leighton, D. D., and Sarah 
Bainbridge Richardson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Samuel Q. Richardson and 
Mary Hopkins Harrison, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Carter Harrison and 
Ann Cabell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Joseph Cabell and 
Mary Hopkins, his wife. Col. Joseph Cabell, of " Zion 
Hill, ' ' was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 
surgeon in the Continental Army, and commanded the 



16 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Buckingham militia at the siege of Yorktown, and a 
member of the Convention of 1775. 

Great-great-great -granddaughter of Samuel Hopkins, 
a lieutenant colonel in the Revolutionary Army. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Carter Henry Harrison, 
and Susannah Randolph, his wife. Carter Henry Har- 
rison was a member of the Cumberland Committee of 
Safety, 1774-75, and House of Delegates, and a brother of 
Benjamin Harrison, the signer of the Declaration of In- 
dependence, who was the father of President William 
Henry Harrison, and the grandfather of President Benja- 
min Harrison. Susannah Randolph was sister to Jane 
Randolph, who was the wife of Col. Peter Jefferson and 
mother of President Thomas Jefferson. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Harri- 
son, of Berkeley, and Anne Carter, his wife. This Ben- 
jamin Harrison was sheriff and a member of the House 
of Burgesses of Virginia, and died in 1744, and was father 
of the signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. John Crowley Richard- 
son, of Maryland, and Sarah Bainbridge Price, his 
wife. He was a captain in the Maryland Line, Conti- 
nental Army. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. William Richard- 
son and Isabel Calamies, his wife, daughter of the 
Marquis de Calmers. William Richardson was colonel 
in the Continental service, commanding the Fourth Bat- 
talion of the ' ' Maryland Flying Corps, ' ' and the Fifth 
Battalion of the Line, and a member of the Convention 
that ratified the Constitution of the United States in 
1788. 

Mrs. Lelie Dent St. Clair. 35- 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of John Dent, of Maryland. 

Daughter of John Benjamin Dent and Catharine 
Petrie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Brewer Dent and Priscilla 
Eliza Dent, his wife. 



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Great-granddaughter of John Dent, a member of the 
Provincial Convention of Maryland (1774-76), and 
military commander of Colonial troops. 

Mrs. Maria Devereux. 36 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Uriah Forrest and Ralph Green. 

Daughter of John Green and Ann Forrest, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uriah Forrest and Ralph Green. 

Uriah Forrest was lieutenant colonel of the Third 
Regiment, Maryland Line. 

Ralph Green perished with his ship at sea. 

Also great-granddaughter of George Plater, of the 
Maryland Convention, member of the First Congress 
and second governor of Maryland. 

Miss Agnes J. Robinson. 37 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of David Robinson. 

Daughter of George Wadsworth Robinson and Jane 
E. Hinsdill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Heman Robinson and Betsey 
Wadsworth, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Robinson, private in 
battle of Bennington, August i6, 1777. 

Mrs. Lena Augusta Rathbun. 38 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Richard Rathbun. 

Descendant of Esaias Preble. 

Daughter of Seward Bucknam Hume and Caroline 
Elizabeth Storer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Storer and Ruth Preble, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Esaias Preble, captain of a 
company of minute men, Cambridge, Mass., 1775. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth C. Clark. 39 

Born iu New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Woodman. 

Daughter of Andrew Woodman and Hannah Pierce 
Bacon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Woodman and Mary- 
Woodman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joshua Woodman, captain in 
Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Alice Trueheart Buck. 40 

Boru iu Virginia. 

Descendant of Churchill Gibbs. 

Daughter of Armstead H. Morehead and Eliza True- 
heart Rixey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Rixey and Penelope Gibbs, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Churchill Gibbs, lieutenant 
of First Virginia Regiment. 

Miss Lilian Slaymaker Evans. 41 

Boru in Peunsylvauia. 

Descendant of Col. Alexander Lowrey and Evan 
Evans. 

Daughter of Samuel Evans and Mary Shoch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Evans and Hannah 
Slaymaker, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Evans and Frances 
Lowrey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Evans, ensign in 
Chester county militia commanded by his father. 

Great-granddaughter of Amos Slaymaker, ensign. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Alexander Lowrey, 
colonel of militia of Lancaster county. Pa., which he 
commanded at battle of Brandy wine. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Evan Evans, colonel of 
battalion of Chester county militia, which he com- 
manded at battle of Brandywine, and member of Philadel- 
phia Convention of 1776. 



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Miss Mary E. Weeks. 42 

Born in Louisiana. 

Dsscendant of Gen. Adam Stephens, of Virginia, and 
Charles Minn Thruston. 

Daughter of Alfred Conrad Weeks and Anne Stephens 
Hunter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Hunter and Mary Washing- 
ton Snickers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Moses Hunter and Anne 
Stephens, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Adam Stephens, briga- 
dier general and major general, who commanded a 
division at battles of Brandy wine and Germantown. 

Granddaughter of David Weeks and Mary Clara 
Conrad, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Frederick Conrad and Frances 
Thruston, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Minn Thruston, 
captain and colonel in Revolutionary Army. 

Great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Mil- 
dred Warner Washington, grandmother of Gen. Wash- 
ington. 

Mrs. Delia Claiborne Buckner. 43 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis. 

Daughter of John Hayes Claiborne and Anna Virginia 
Bassett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Bassett and 
Betty Burnet Lewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Lewis and Mary 
Walker Browne, his wife. 

Great -great-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis, colonel 
of a regiment of militia at Yorktown . 

Miss Mary Randolph Ball. 44 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Col. Burges Ball, Charles Wash- 



20 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



ington, George Mason, Col. Robert Randolph, Moore 
Fauntleroy, and Charles Mortimer. 

Daughter of Capt. George Washington Ball, of 
" Springwoods," and Mary Beverley Randolph, his wife, 
of "The Grove," Fauquier county, Va. 

Granddaughter of Fayette Ball, of "Springwoods," 
and Mary Thomson Mason, his wife, of " Hollin Hall," 
Fairfax county, Va. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Burges Ball and Frances 
Thornton Washington, his wife. 

Col. Burges Ball was captain of infantry, lieutenant 
colonel, commanding his own regiment of the line, 
and volunteer aid-de-camp to Gen. Washington. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Washington, 
brother of Gen. Washington, patriot and signer of 
the M/'estmoreland Declaration of 1766, the first organ- 
ized resistance to the Stamp Act. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Thomson Mason, 
volunteer subaltern in Revolutionary Army, and Sarah 
Chichester, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Mason, of 
Gunston, statesman and author of the Bill of Rights, 
also author of the first constitution of Virginia, of her 
seal and coat-of-arms. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Charles Carter Randolph, of 
"The Grove," and Mary Anne Fauntleroy Mortimer, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Robert Randolph, of 
" Eastern View," captain in Baylor's Dragoons ; pris- 
oner at Tappan, and colonel on the staff of Gen. Wayne. 

Great-granddaughter of John Mortimer. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Dr. Charles Mortimer, 
of Fredericksburg, and Sarah Griffin Fauntleroy, of 
" Crandell Hall," his wife. 

Dr. Charles Mortimer was a signer of the Westmore- 
land Declaration, founder of a free hospital for the 
soldiers, and personal friend and physician of the mother 
of Washingfton. 



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Great-great-great-granddaughter of Moore Fauntle- 
roy, of " Crandell Hall," signer of Westmoreland Dec- 
laration . 

Miss Elizabeth Carter Ball. 4^ 

Born in Virginia. 

See N. No. 44. 

The same lineage and ancestral service. 

Mrs. Amelia Champlin Waite. 46 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Samuel Selden, of Lyme, Conn. 

Daughter of Samuel Selden Warner and Abby Champ- 
lin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Selden Warner and Dorothy Selden, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Selden, colonel in 
Revolutionary Army. 

Miss Reubena Hyde Walworth. 47 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. John Hardin and Benjamin Wal- 
worth. 

Daughter of Mansfield Tracy Walworth and Ellen 
Hardin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John J. Hardin and Sarah Ellen 
Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Martin D. Hardin and Eliza- 
beth Logan, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Hardin, of Fau- 
quier county, Va., lieutenant in Morgan's Rifle Corps. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Hyde Walworth and Maria 
Ketchum Averill, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Walworth, adju- 
tant under Gen. Heath at White Plains. 

See N. No. 3. 



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Jane A. Sumner Owen Keim. 48 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wifeof deB. Randolph Keim. 

Descendant of Capt. John Owen, Sergt. Robert 
Denison, Capt. Benjamin Sumner, Shipmaster Peter 
Brown, and Surgeon Joseph Palmer. 

Daughter of Galusha Owen and Elizabeth Pamela 
Denison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Owen and Pamela 3umner, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. John Owen and Han- 
nah Hendee, his wife. 

Capt. Owen commanded a company of Windham 
county (Connecticut) militia. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Denison and Catharine 
Brown, his wufe. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Denison and Alice 
, his wife. 

Robert Denison was one of the first to march from 
Connecticut to the relief of Boston in the Lexington 
Alarm, in Capt. Jewett's company; served in Tenth 
Company, Sixth Connecticut Regiment, Col. Samuel 
Holden Parsons ; sergeant in Capt. Samuel Mather's 
company stationed at Fort Trumbull ; commanded a 
detachment of two sergeants, two corporals, and six- 
teen privates on special duty in that vicinity. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Benjamin Sumner and 
Ruth Palmer, his wife. 

Capt. Sumner was taken prisoner in Canada while 
sendng under Ethan Allen, and was carried to London, 
England, when 19 years of age, as hostage for a British 
officer, where he was held one year as a prisoner in the 
Tower of London, Upon his exchange, he again en- 
listed in the Connecticut forces. His father served in 
the army at the same time. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter Brown and Mercy 
Eliot, his wife (descendant of Peter Brown, carpenter of 
the May Flower), shipmaster; 1775, in Capt. Abel 



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Spicer's company (Col. Samuel Holden Parsons), Sixth 
Connecticut Regiment ; subsequently in the Connecticut 
Navy, commanded a brig in 1781 ; captured one of the 
most valuable British ships brought into New London 
harbor. 

Great-great-granddaugher of Dr. Joseph Palmer, who 
served during the latter part of the Revolution as a 
surgeon in the Connecticut forces. 

Mrs. Jennie Adams Everett. 49 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of De Volney Everett. 

Descendant of Andrew Adams, of Milton, Mass., and 
Samuel Rowell, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Harvey Adams and Nancy Dustin 
Rowell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Adams and Sally Lamb, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams, second lieu- 
tenant, Second Company of Third Suffolk (Massachu- 
setts) Regiment. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Rowell, who served 
one year in Col. Alex. Scammell's company, of Third 
New Hampshire Battalion. 

Miss Kate Mason Rowland. ^o 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Thomson Mason, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Maj. Isaac T. Rowland and Catharine 
Armistead Mason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Thomson Mason and Eliza 
Baker Moir, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Stevens Thomson Mason and 
Mar>^ Elizabeth Armistead, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomson Mason, pa- 
triot and statesman, and signer of the Westmoreland Dec- 
laration. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary S. Gist. p 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Heman Swift. 

Daughter of Abel Grosvenor Swift and Sarah Bell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Swift, private in Revolution- 
ary Army. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Heman Swift, private, 
ensign, captain, and colonel in Connecticut regiments. 

Miss Caroline L Ransom. 92 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Jonathan Ormes. 

Daughter of John Ransom and Elizabeth A. Ormes, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Ormes, of Windham, 
Conn., private in Revolutionary Army. 

Miss Mary Henderson Eastman. ^3 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Commodore Truxton and Col. Samuel 
Hanson. 

Daughter of Maj. R. ly. Eastman, U. S. A., and 
Mary Angela Dorsey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. S. L. Eastman, U. S. A., and 
Mary Henderson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Henderson, U. 
S. A., and Maria Truxton, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Commodore Truxton, 
of the Revolutionary Navy, and Mary Fundran, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Samuel 
Hanson, of the Revolutionary Armj'-. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sinclair Parker Jones. 1^4 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Captain John Sinclair and Nicholas 
Parker. 



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Daughter of Copeland Parker and Elizabeth Sinclair, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. John Sinclair, who sen'-ed as 
captain in the navy in the War of the Revolution. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Nicholas Parker, of the 
Continental Line. 

Mrs. Lucy Bronson Dudley. ^^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Seba Bronson . 

Daughter of Hiram V. Bronson and Ruth L. Ranney, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Herman Bronson and Mary Hick- 
cox, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Seba Bronson, who acted as 
recruiting officer in the War of the Revolution. 

Mrs. Anna Hanson Dorsey. ^6 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Samuel Hanson, who was 
born in Charles county, Md., 17 16. 

Daughter of William McKenney, U. S. N., and Chloe 
Ann Lingan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nicholas Lingan and Anna Han- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Samuel Hanson, 
of Green Hill, and Ann Hawkins, his wife. 

Samuel Hanson was one of the signers of the Declara- 
tion of Freemen of Marjdand and he was commissioned 
lieutenant colonel of the Upper Battalion of Charles 
county by the Maryland Convention, January 6, 1776. 
He was a trusted officer, the life-long intimate friend of 
Washington, and seived with credit. It is related of 
him that he gave Washington ^800 sterling silver to 
shoe the barefooted soldiers at Valley Forge. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. ^7 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Samuel Hanson. . 



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Also descended from Nicholas Dorsey, who served as 
private and captain of the Maryland Line. 

Daughter of Lorenzo Dorsey and Anna Hanson Mc- 
Kenne}', his wife. 

Granddaughter of William McKenney, U. S. N., and 
Chloe Lingan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Owen Dorsey and Henrietta 
■ , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nicholas Lingan and Anna 
Hanson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nicholas Dorsey and Eliza- 
beth Worthington, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Samuel 
Hanson and Ann Hawkins, his wife. 

Samuel Hanson was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence of Charles county, Md., served with dis- 
tinction in many civil public offices, and also as lieu- 
tenant colonel in the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Elvira Daniel Cabell. ^8 

Bora in Virginia. 

Descendant of William Cabell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Daniel Cabell and Mary Virginia 
Ellet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mays Cabell and Mary Cornelia 
Daniel, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Cabell and Ann 
Carrington, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Cabell and 
Margaret Jordan, his wife. 

William Cabell was a member of the Virginia Com- 
mittee of Safety and of the Virginia State Convention 
of 1775-76. 

Also, great-great-granddaughter of Paul Carrington, 
who served his country in the capacity of a member of 
the Convention of 1775-76 and a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety. 

Also, for Daniel and Baldwin lineage, see N. No. 6. 



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Mrs. Margaret Hetzel Pendleton. ^9 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Deborah Dudley Selden, of Connecti- 
cut, whose two sons and three grandsons served in the 
War of the Revolution. 

Daughter of Abner R. Hetzel, U. S. A., and Mar- 
garetta Phoebe Jack, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Morrison Jack and Roxana Selden, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Calvin Selden, Revolutionary 
Army, and Phoebe Ely, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Ezra Selden (Connecti- 
cut Legislature) and Elizabeth Rogers, his wife. 

Ezra Selden and Calvin Selden are the ancestors who 
assisted in establishing American Independence. 

Mrs. Emily Lee Sherwood. 6o 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Paul Lee, private, born in the State of 
New York. 

Daughter of Monroe Wells Lee and Mary Dole, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Lee and Ruth Gard, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Paul Lee and Eunice , 

his wife. 

Paul Lee served as a private in Captain Bates' com- 
pany in Morris county, N. J. 

Miss Anna R. Green. 6i 

Born in District of Columbia., 

Descendant of Uriah Forrest and George Plater, of 
Mar>dand. 

Daughter of John Green and Anna Forrest, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uriah Forrest and Rebecca Plater, 
his wife. 

Uriah Forrest was colonel in the Maryland Line. 

George Plater was a member of the first Congress. 



28 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Florence Labonisse Adams. 62 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Andrew Adams, who was second 
lieutenant of the Second Company, Third Suffolk (Mas- 
sachusetts) Regiment. 

Daughter of John Quincy Adams and Marie Adele 
Negrin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Adams and Nancy Dustin 
Powell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Adams and Sally 
Lamb, his wife; her father served in the Second (Massa- 
chusetts) Continental Artillery. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams and 
Ruth Wadsworth, his wife. 

Andrew Adams is the ancestor who served in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Also descendant of Samuel Rowell, of New Hamp- 
shire, a Revolutionary soldier. 

Mrs. Adelaide Haines Cilley Waldron. 63 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Joseph Cilley, and of Lieut. Samuel 
Haines, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. Daniel Plumer Cilley, born at 
Epsom, N. H., 1806, and Adelaide Ayers Haines, his 
wife, born at Canterbury, N. H., 1813. 

Granddaughter of Col. Daniel Cilley, born 1769, and 
Hannah Plumer, his wife, born 1770. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Joseph Cilley, born 
1734, and Sarah Longfellow, his wife, born 1739. 

Joseph Cilley was colonel of the First New Hamp- 
shire Regiment. 

Mrs. Jennie Davis Garrison. 64 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of John R. Garrison. 

Descendant of Jenifer and Hezekiah Davis, of Mary- 
land. 



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Daughter of John L. Davis and Margaret , his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Jenifer Davis and Ann Adams, his 
wife. 

Jenifer Davis and his father, Hezekiah Davis, both 
served in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Alice Washington Weir La Montagne. 6^ 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Washington. 

Daughter of Dr. Robert Fulton Weir and Maria 
Washington McPherson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert G. McPherson and Millis- 
sent Washington, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Temple Washington 
and Margaret Fletcher, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Steptoe Wash- 
ington and Luc3^ Payne, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Col. Samuel 
Washington and Anne Steptoe, his wife. 

Samuel Washington was colonel in the Virginia Line 
of the Revolutionary Army. 

Also descendant of Colonel Robert McPherson. 

See N. Nos. i and 66. 

Mrs. Kate McPherson Hunter. 66 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Washington, brother of 
Gen. George Washington. 

Daughter of Robert G. McPherson and Millissent 
Washington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Temple Washington and 
Margaret Fletcher, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Steptoe Washington 
and Lucy Payne, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Samuel Washing- 
ton and Anne Steptoe, his wife. 



30 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Augustine Wash- 
ington and Mary Ball, his wife. 

Samuel Washington was colonel in the Virginia Line 
of the Revolutionary Army. 

Also descendant of Col. Robert McPherson, of the 
Second Battalion of York county militia. 

Granddaughter of Robert Grier McPherson and Maria 
Davis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. John McPherson and 
Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Robert McPherson 
and Agnes Miller, his wife. See N. No. i. 

Mrs. Anna Key Laird. 67 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Samuel Chase and George Plater, of 
Maryland. 

Daughter of William G. Ridgley and Sophia Plater, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Henry Ridgley and Jiidge I. 
R. Plater, and Matilda Chase and Elizabeth Tootill, 
their wives. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Chase and Anna Bald- 
win, his wife, and George Plater and Elizabeth Rowsby, 
his wife. 

Samuel Chase and George Plater assisted in establish- 
ing American Independence. 

Samuel Chase w^as one of the signers of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. 

Mrs. Alice Bruce. 68 

Boru in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of John Green, Uriah Forrest, and George 
Plater. 

Daughter of Nicholas Dusenberry and Elizabeth 
Rowsby Key Green, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Green and Ann Forrest, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Uriah Forrest and Rebecca 



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Plater, his wife, and Ralph Green and Sarah Leigh, his 
wife. 

Great-.-great-granddaughter of George Plater and Eliza- 
beth Rowsby, his wife. 

Green, Forrest, and Plater served in the capacities of 
soldier, sailor, and statesman. 

Miss Henrietta Howard Holdich. 69 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Shepard Kollock, of Elizabethtown, 
N. J., born in September, 1750. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Holdich, D. D., and Lydia 
Austin Kollock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shepard Kollock and Susan Arnett, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Arnett and Hannah 
White, ^ his wife. 

Shepard Kollock was a captain of artillery and editor 
of the New Jersey Journal, which was of great service to 
the patriot cause. 

Mrs. Francis Fatio Ballinger. 70 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Benjamin Burche, of L,eesburg, Va. 

Daughter of Louis Charles Ferdinand Fatio and 
America G. Burche, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Burche and Susan Maria 
Wilson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Burche and Rebecca 
Barron, his wife. 

Benjamin Burche was an enlisted soldier and was for 
a long time confined in the prison ship Jersey in the har- 
bor of New York. 

Miss Louisa Nourse Forrest. 71 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of James Nourse, Samuel Morris, and John 
Bull, of Virginia and Pennsjdvania. 

* Hannah (White) Arnett's patriotic service is well known in history. 



32 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles W. Forrest and Louisa Pember- 
ton Nourse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles J. Nourse and Rebecca 
Morris, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Nourse and Mary Bull, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Nourse and Sarah 
Fonace, his wife, Samuel Morris and Rebecca Wistar, 
his wife, and of John Bull. 

Nourse, Morris, and Bull served as officers in the Revo- 
lution and held many civil offices. 

Mrs. Lillian Rozell Messenger. 72 

Boru in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Hamblin Cole, born in Chesterfield 
county, Va. 

Daughter of Dr. F. O. Rozell and Caroline H. Cole, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hamblin Cole. 

Hamblin Cole ser\^ed in the army six years and 
was at the battles of Monmouth and Stony Point. 

Mrs. Emma Henry Young. 73 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Patrick Henry. 

Daughter of Captain Patrick M. Henry and Susan 
Joby Robertson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Henry and Virginia 
Woodson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Patrick Henry and Dorothea 
Dandridge, his wife. 

Patrick Henry was commander-in-chief of the Vir- 
ginia forces and first governor of Virginia. 

Miss Susanna G. Hickey. 74 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of David Hickey, of Virginia, a soldier 
in the War of the Revolution . 



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Daughter of Thornton Fleming Hickey and Elizabeth 
Mayberry Keesey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Grant Hickey and Susanna 
Goods, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Hickey and Katherine 
Grant Cohagen, his wife. 

David Hickey assisted in establishing American Inde- 
pendence. 

Mrs. Leda Gano Browne. 7^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of W. Ross Browne. 

Descendant of Dr. John Gano and Gov. Robert Cush- 
man. Dr. John Gano was born in Hopewell, N. J., 
July 22, 1727. 

Daughter of John Yenkham and Elizabeth Gano 
Cushman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. John Yenkham and Eliza- 
beth Wood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Cushman and I,eda 
Gano, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Gano. Dr. Gano 
assisted in establishing American Independence, serving 
as chaplain and officer in Gen. Clinton's (New York) 
brigade during the Revolutionary War. 

Descendant of Robert Cushman, born in England in 
1580. He, with others, chartered the " May Flower." 
His descendants were in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Julia Smiley Goodfellow. 76 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Thomas Smiley and John Smiley, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. Thomas Tucker Smiley and Sarah 
Loud, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Thomas Smiley and Nancy 
Tucker, his wife. 



34 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of John Smiley and Anne 
Stuart, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Smiley. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Smiley. 

John Smiley and Rev. Thomas Smiley are the an- 
cestors who served their country in the War of the Rev- 
olution. 

Mrs. Sarah E. Coulter. 77 

Boru iu Peuusj-lvania. 

Descendant of John Smiley and Rev, Thomas Smiley, 
of Pennsylvania, who served as soldiers in the Wars of 
1757 and 1776. 

See N. No. 76. 

Miss Ann Forrest Green. 78 

Boru in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of George Plater and Uriah Forrest, of 
Maryland. 

Daughter of George Forrest Green and Maria Deve- 
reux, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Green and Ann Forrest, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Uriah Forrest and Rebecca 
Plater, his wife, and Ralph Green and Saiah Leigh, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Plater and Eliz- 
abeth Rowsby, his wife. 

George Plater and Uriah Forrest served in the Rev- 
olutionary War as sailor, soldier, and statesmen. 

Mrs. Mary Orr Earle. 79 

Born in Soutli Carolina. 

Wife of Wm. E. Earle. 

Descendant of Robert Orr, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of James Lawrence Orr and Mary Marshall, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Christopher Orr and Martha , 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Orr and Jane Boucher, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Orr and. prob- 
ably Charlotte , his wife. 

Robert Orr was a captain of the Pennsylvania militia. 

Mrs. Alverda Griffith. 8o 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Romulus R. Griffith. 

Descendant of Capts. Samuel and Philemon Grif- 
fith, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Israel Griffith (son of Samuel) and Sarah 
Ann , his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Samuel Griffith and Ruth 
Berry, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Griffith and Ruth 
Hammond, his wife. 

Henry Griffith was the father of Samuel and Philemon 
Griffith ; both served in the War of the Revolution. 

Mrs. Mary A. Washington. 8i 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Hammond, born in Rich- 
mond county, Va., September 21st, 1757. 

Daughter of Col. Samuel Hammond and Eliza 
Amelia , his wife. 

Col. Samuel Hammond acted in the capacity of sol- 
dier and officer in the American Army of the Revolu- 
tion. 

Miss Emma Cilley. 82 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Joseph Cilley, of Nottingham, N. H., 
born in 1734. 

Daughter of Joseph Longfellow Cilley and Lavinia 
Bay ley Kelly, his wife. 



36 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Cilley and Harriet Poor, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Cilley and Sarah 
Longfellow, his wife. 

Joseph Cilley was major and colonel in the American 
Army of the Revolution . 

Great-granddaughter of Enoch Poor, who was a brig- 
adier general in the War for Independence. 

Mrs. Alice Green Yturbide. 8^ 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of George Plater and Uriah Forrest. 
Same descent as N. No. 78. 

Miss SoPHONiSBA Preston Breckinridge. 84 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. William Campbell. 

Daughter of Wm. Campbell Preston Breckinridge 
and Issa Desha, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Jefferson Breckinridge and 
Sophonisba Preston, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Preston and Sarah 
Buchanan Campbell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Campbell and 
Elizabeth Henry, his wife. 

Gen. William Campbell was the hero of " King's 
Mountain." Died in the service in front of Yorktown. 

Miss Sarah Woods Norvell. 85 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of John Sevier, born in Virginia, 1745. 

Daughter of Henry Lawrence Norvell and Laura Jane 
Sevier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Sevier and 
Catherine Chambers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Sevier and Catherine 
Sherrill, his wife. 



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John Sevier was commander of volunteers at the bat- 
tle of ' ' King's Mountain. ' ' He was the first representa- 
tive from the Mississippi Valley to the Congress of the 
United States, elected in 18 10. He was in the active 
service of his country fifty-two years. Died in 18 15. 

Miss Charlotte Butler Stevens. 86 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Batchelder, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Daniel Barber Stevens and Betsey Mor- 
rill Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. John Butler and Sally Batch- 
elder, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Batchelder, 2d, and 
Mary Dearborn, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Batchelder, 
ist, and Mary Longfellow, his wife. 

Nathaniel Batchelder was sergeant in the regiment of 
Col. Joseph Cilley. He serv^ed at the battle of Bunker 
Hill in Col. John Stark's regiment. 

Also descendant of Zephaniah Butler, of Connecticut. 
He was one of the one hundred and four citizens of 
Nottingham who signed the "Association Test," a 
declaration of independence issued by the Province of 
New Hampshire previous to the National Declaration of 
July 4, 1776. He was a captain in the Continental 
Army. 

Mrs. Lelia P. Roby. 87 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Foster, of Plymouth, 
Mass. 

Daughter of Roswell Foster and Lelia P. Hale, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Foster and Mercy B. Bur- 
roughs, his wife. 



38 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Foster and Elizabeth 
Lothrop, his wife. 

Capt. Thomas Foster started with his company for 
Boston April 20th, 1775. Was with Washington in 
Cambridge. 

Miss Fannie Atwater. 88 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Samuel Fenn, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harry Atwater and Catharine Fenn, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Fenn and Keturah Dun- 
bar, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Fenn and Elizabeth 
Baldwin, his wife. 

Samuel Fenn was a major in the Continental Army. 

89 



Mrs. Anna Mary Edwards. 90 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Mr. Ed. Edwards. 

Descendant of John Coombs, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Coombs and Barbra Ellen 
, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Coombs and Nancy , 

his wife. 

John Coombs was a soldier in the Revolutionary 
Army. 

Mrs. Maria Abert Baldwin. 91 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Benjamin Franklin, of New York and 
Pennsylvania. 



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Daughter of Charles Abert and Henrietta Constantia 
Bache, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bache and Sophia Dallas, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Bache and Sally 
Franklin, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin and 
Deborah Read, his wife. 

Also descendant of Timothy Matlack, of New Jersey, 
who was a member of the Society of Free or Fighting 
Quakers. He read the Declaration of Independence 
from the courthouse steps in Philadelphia. 

Miss Emmilly Browne. 92 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of William Waller, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Cooke Browne and Elizabeth 
Morton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Morton and Margaret 
Waller, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Waller and Margaret 
Waller (same family name), second wife. 

William Waller was a corporal in Daniel Morgan's 
Virginia regiment. 

Miss Sophie W. de Suzzara-Verdi. 9^ 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Denny, of Penns3dvania, 
born 1 76 1. 

Daughter of Gullio de Suzzara-Verdi and Rebecca 
Adele Denny, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Denny and Sophie Du 
Barry, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny and Nancy 
Wilkins, his wife. 

Ebenezer Denny, as ensign in Lieut. Col. Butler's 
regiment, planted the first American flag on the re- 
doubts of Yorktown after the surrender. 



40 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Bigelow Ingham. 94 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elijah Janes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. John Janes, a pioneer Methodist 
minister, and Kannah Blanchard Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Janes, Sr., and Hannah 
Rockwell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of lyieut. Elijah Janes and Anna 
Hawkins, his wife. 

Lieut. Elijah Janes assisted in establishing American 
Independence as a minute man. Lieutenant and regi- 
mental quartermaster in Colonel Elisha Sheldon's Dra- 
goons. See N. No. 95. (Same record.) 

Miss Emma Janes. 9^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elijah Janes, Lieut. Bowman 
Brown, Adjutant N. Jennison, and Ensign Rockwell. 

Daughter of Rev. John Janes and Hannah Blanchard 
Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Janes and Hannah Rockwell, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lieut. Elijah Janes and Anna 
Hawkins, his wife. 

Lieut. Elijah Janes served in the Revolutionary War 
as a minute man. Lieutenant of dragoons under Col. 
Elisha Sheldon and quartermaster of his regiment. 

Also granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Polly Jenni- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lieut. Bowman Brown and 
Abigail Page, his wife. 

Bowman Brown was lieutenant of minute men, com- 
manding a company at the battle of Bennington. 

Nathaniel Jennison and Ensign Rockwell, the mater- 
nal grandfathers of Emma Janes' father and mother were 
also patriots. 



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Miss Ellie D. Bouldin. 96 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Wood Bouldin, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Judge Wood Bouldin and Martha Bald- 
win Daniel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Thomas Tyler Bouldin and 
Anne Lewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wood Bouldin, of Virginia, 
and Joanna Tyler, his wife. 

W^ood Bouldin was a lieutenant in Gen. Washing- 
ton's amiy. 

Mrs. Josephine Antoinette Ward Swann. 97 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Elkanah Watson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Aaron Ward and Mary L- Watson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elkanah Watson and Rachel Smith, 
his wife. 

Elkanah Watson was a soldier in the Revolutionary 
War. 

Miss Pauline McDowell. 98 

i^orn in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Hannah White Arnett, of Elizabeth, 
N.J. 

Daughter of William Osborn McDowell and Josephine 
, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Augustus William McDowell. 
M. D., U. S. A., and Anna M. Osborn, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Rev. William Anderson Mc- 
Dowell and Jane Hay Kollock, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Shepard Kollock 
(of Col. Lamb's (Second) Regiment of Artillery, Conti- 
nental Army) and Susan Arnett, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Isaac Arnett and 
Hannah White, his wife. 



42 DAUGHTERS OF THE AA1ERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hannah White Arnett is the ancestor who did much 
to establish American Independence. See the story in 
the historical sketch at the opening of the minutes of the 
National Society, D. A. R. 

Miss Alice C. Cox. 99 

Born in Maryland, 

Descendant of Andrew Northrop, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Christopher Christian Cox and Amanda 
Northrop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clark Northrop and Mary Anne 
Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Northrop and Clarina 
Dunning, his wife. 

Andrew Northrop was a soldier in the Revolutionary 
War. 

Miss Anna Smith Mallett. ioo 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Richard Smith, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Mallett and Mary Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Parker Smith and Ann 
Keeler, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Rebecca 
Parker, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard Smith and 
Hannah Dunning, his wife. 

Richard Smith was a captain of a company in Col. 
Joseph F. Cook's regiment, Tenth Company, Sixteenth 
(Connecticut) Regiment. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathan Keeler and Huldah 
Baldwin, his wife. 

Nathan Keeler was a soldier in the Continental Army, 

Granddaughter of J. Edwards Mallett and Hannah 
Haines, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Haines and Sarah 
Porter, his wife. 



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Great-great-granddaughter of Jared Baldwin, who 
served the American cause in civil capacities, and of 
William Haines, a soldier in the Continental Army. 

Miss Hattie L Sears. ioi 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Robert Sears, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert Harrison Sears and Mary A. 
Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sears and Anne McNabbe, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Sears and Eleanor 
Dallas, his wife. 

Capt. Robert Sears was an officer on Gen. Wash- 
ington's staff. 

Mrs. Clara A. Dawson. 102 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Andrew Northrop, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Christopher C. Cox and Amanda North- 
rop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clarke Northrop and Mary Anne 
Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Northrop and Clarina 
Dunning, his wife. 

Andrew Northrop served his country as a private in 
the Revolutionary^ Army. 

Mrs. Frederick L. Moale. 103 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Gen. William Heath, of Roxbury, 
Mass. 

Daughter of William L,. White and Angelina Heath 
Barclay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Barclay and Sallie 
Heath, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Heath and Margaret 
Jenkin, his wife. 



44 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Gen. William Heath 
and Mary Wilson, his wife. 

Wm. Heath was a major general in the Continental 
Army. 

Mrs. Fannie McLaran Lucas. 104 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of John McLaran, of Baltimore, Md. 

Daughter of Charles McLaran and Annie Montague 
Jennings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McLaran and Nancy Moore, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John McLaran. 

John McLaran was a soldier in the War of the Revo- 
lution. 

Miss Mary Alice McLaran. 10^ 

Born in Missouri. 
Descendant of John McLaran, of Maryland. 
See N. No. 104. 

Mrs. Lue B. Wilkinson. io6 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. John Woodson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Maj. Nathaniel Warfield Wilson and 
Mary Burnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Nathaniel A. Wilson (War of 
18 1 2) and Caroline Randolph Woodson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Josiah Woodson and 
Mary , his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. John Woodson and 
Dorothea Randolph, aunt of Thomas Jefferson. 

Col. John Woodson served in the Continental Army. 

Miss Emma M. Gillett. 107 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Plain Wilkinson Rogers, mother of 
John and Samuel Rogers, of Rhode Island. 



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Daughter of Richard Joseph Gillett and Sarah Ann 
Barlow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Barlow and Millinda 
Dennis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Barlow and Plain 
Rogers, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Rogers and Plain 
Wilkinson, his wife. 

John and Samuel Rogers served as lieutenant and 
captain of a privateer fitted out at their own expense. 

Mrs. Mary S. Hoomes Robinson. io8 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hoomes, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Benjamin Pendleton Hoomes and Mary 
Eleanor West Dabney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Benjamin Hoomes and Mary 
Pendleton, his wife. 

Col. Benjamin Hoomes served his country in the 
Continental Army. 

Mrs. Deborah Dent Mankin. 109 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of John Dent, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Alexander Dent and Violetta Dent 
(maiden name Dent) his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Barton Dent and Mar- 
garet , his wife, on father's side, and John Brewer 

Dent and Priscilla Dent, his wife, on mother's side. 

Great-granddaughter of John Dent and Violetta 

, his wife, on mother's side, and Thomas Dent 

and Catharine Kingsley, his wife, on father's side. 

John Dent was military commander of Colonial troops. 

Mrs. Ada Pratt .Kimberley. no 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Capt. Wm. Rixford and Henry Gates, 
of Grafton, Mass. 



46 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Henry A. Murdock and Fanny Pratt, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Pratt and Lucy Rixford, 
his wife, and Capt. Baxter Murdock and Emily Gates, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Rixford and Henry 
Gates. Both served their country in the Revolutionary 
Army, and were at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Mrs. Effie Beulah Reeme Osborn. hi 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Peter Schmeier, Jacob Grim, and 
Johann C. Yeager, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Josiah Benjamin Reeme and Amanda 
Matilda Yeager, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Yeager and Maria Ann 
Grim, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob Grim and Maria 
Schmeier, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Johann Conrad Yeager. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Peter Schmeier and 
Katharina Barbara , his wife. 

Peter Schmeier served as a private in the Continental 
Line; Jacob Grim was on Washington's staff; and 
Johann C. Yeager was a chaplain in the Continental 
Army. 

Mrs. Frances P. Burrows. 112 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Julius C. Burrows. 

Descendant of Simeon Peck, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horace M. Peck and Emilia Barnes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Tilletson Barnes and Clarissa 

, his wife, and Benjamin Peck and Selima At- 

wood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Heman Byington and Pa- 
tience , his wife, and Simeon Peck and Sarah 

Merriam, his wife. 



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Simeon Peck was a private in Captain Hungerford's 
company, in Colonel McClellan's regiment of Connec- 
ticut militia. 

Mrs. Marie Wilkinson Hodgkins. 113 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Howard Hodgkins. 

Descendant of Col. John Woodson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of A. George Wilkinson and Lue B. Wil- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Nathaniel W. Wilson and 
Mary Burnam, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Nathaniel A. Wilson and 
Caroline Randolph Woodson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Josiah Woodson 
and Mary , his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Col. John Wood- 
son and Dorothea Randolph, of " Dungenness." 

Col. John Woodson was an officer in the Revolution- 
ary Army. 

Miss Marie Boynton. 114 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Caleb Boynton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William McL,ean Boynton and Eleanor 
Kellogg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles B. Boynton and Maria Van 
Buskirk, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Caleb Boynton, Jr., and 
Phoebe , his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Caleb Boynton, Sr.,and 
Rachel , his wife, 

Caleb Boynton, Sr., belonged to a company of mili- 
tia men in Col. Patterson's (Berkshire county, Mass.) 
regiment. 

Caleb Boynton, Jr., was a non-commissioned officer 
in the Revolutionary War. Was at the battle of Bun- 
ker Hill. 



48 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Harriett A. Lincoln Coolidge. m^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Paul Revere and Amos Lincoln, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederic W. Lincoln and Emmeline 
Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Lincoln and Mary H. Knight, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Amos Lincoln and Deborah 
Revere, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Paul Revere. 

Amos Lincoln was captain of artillery and was one 
of the intrepid band which in 1773 consigned the tea to 
the waters in Boston harbor. 

Mrs. Augusta D. Geer. ii6 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Jonathan Danforth, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Keyes Danforth and Mary Bushnell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Danforth and Miriam 
Co wee, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Danforth. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Danforth. 

Capt. Jonathan Danforth raised a company in Wil- 
liamstown, Mass., and fought at Bunker Hill and 
Bennington. 

Mrs. Anna Sibyl Wadsworth Gordon. 117 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Joseph C. Gordon. 

Descendant of Private John Wadsworth, Private 
Ephraim Stevens, and George Gordon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joshua Wadsworth and Sarah Jane Mc- 
Gaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Wadsworth, "a Quaker 
preacher," and Hannah Stevens, of Maine, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Wadsworth and Jerusha 
White, lineal descendant of Peregrine White. 



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Great-granddaughter of Ephraim Stevens and of 
George Gordon, both of whom were soldiers in the War 
of the Revohition. 

John Wads worth was a soldier in the War of the Rev- 
olution, and was born in Stoughton, Mass. 

Mrs. Frances Forester Congle. ii8 

Born ill Canada. 

Descendant of Elizabeth Porter, mother of Maj. Gen. 
Israel Putnam. 

Daughter of Isaac Foshay and Mehitable Dexter 
Perley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Putnam Perley and Mary 
Moore, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Perle}^ and Eunice 
Putnam, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Putnam 
and Elizabeth Porter, his wife. 

Israel Putnam's services are a matter of history. 

Miss Margaret C. Towles. 119 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Towles, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Beverley Towles and Harriet 
Washington Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Oliver Towles and Agatha 
Eewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Oliver Towles and Mary 
Chew, his wife. 

Col. Oliver Towles was an officer in the American 
Army ; was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Descendant, also, of Col. William Lewis, who was in 
the army and aid-de-camp to Gen. Eafayette. 

Mrs. Lizzie S. Lamb. 120 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Jane Guy, sister of Capt. Richard Guy, 
of Pennsylvania. 



50 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Robert Scott and Hannah E. Fraley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Scott and Sarah McKegan, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Edward McKegan and Jane 
Guy, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Guy and Jane 
, his wife. 

Capt. Richard Guy served in the Continental Army. 

iviiss Anne Meem Peachy. 121 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Wilson Miles Cary, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Daingerfield Peachy and Lelia 
Russell Meem, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Samuel Peachy and Vir- 
ginia Bland Daingerfield, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Griffin Peachy and 
Sally Monroe Campbell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Samuel Peachy 
and Mary Munro Cary, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Col. Wilson Miles 
Cary and Sarah Blair, his wife. 

Col. Wilson Miles Cary served in the American Army 
and was a member of the House of Burgesses. 

Mrs. Jane C. Cunningham. 122 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Knickerbacker, of New York. 

Daughter of John Knickerbacker and Caroline Ches- 
ter, of Hartford, Conn., his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Knickerbacker and 
Elizabeth Winne, his wife. 

Col. John Knickerbacker was an active officer in the 
Revolutionary Army. 

Miss Lilian Lockwood. 123 

Born iu Maryland. 
Descendant of Martin Roberts, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Henry C. Lockwood and Mary Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Smith and Beulah Blodgett, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim Blodgett and Sibyl 
Roberts, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Martin Roberts. 

Martin Roberts was an officer in the Revolutionary 
War. 

Also great-great-granddaughter of Roxy Morton, of 
Hadley, Mass.; descendant of Silas Morton, who entered 
a Plymouth company in 1775, whose services were re- 
warded by the gift of a sword from Congress. He was 
also a member of the Cincinnati. 

Also a descendant of David Lockwood, of Connecticut, 
a patriot in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Martha Cilley Bouton Cilley. 124 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Jacob G. Cilley. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Cilley. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Bouton, D. D., LL. D., and 
Elizabeth Anne Poore Cilley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. John Bouton and Margaret 
Benedict Lockwood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Joseph Cilley and Sarah 
Longfellow, his wife. 

Gen. Joseph Cilley served in the Continental Army 
in defense of his country. Elizabeth Anne Poore Cilley 
was his granddaughter. 

Mrs. Mary Lee Fleming. 12^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Richard Bland Lee, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Richard Bland Lee and Julia Anna 
Marion Prosser, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bland Lee and Elizabeth 
Collins, his wife. 



52 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Lee, of "Susyhania," 
and Lucy Grymes, his wife. 

Richard Bland Lee was a member of Congress from 
1789 to 1795. 

Aliss Harriet E. Hoffman. 126 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Paul Hoffman, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Walter J. Hoffman, M. D., and Eliza- 
beth L. Turner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William F. Hoffman, M. D., and 
Elizabeth Weida, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Michael Hoffman and Cath- 
erine Koch, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Paul Hoffman and Eliz- 
abeth , his wife. 

Paul Hoffman served with the Pennsylvania Conti- 
nental militia, and was afterwards quartermaster's 
sergeant. 

Mrs. Valeria W. Salas. 127 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Augustus R. Salas. 

Descendant of Maj. John Berrien, of New Jersey and 
Georgia. 

Daughter of John Whitehead and Julia Moore Berrien , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. John Berrien, of New Jensey, 
and Williaminia Moore, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lord Chief Justice Berrien, of 
New Jersey, and Margaret Eaton, his wife. 

Maj. John Berrien was in His Majesty's service, re- 
signed and joined the Continental Army. He was a 
major at the age of eighteen. 

128 



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Mrs. Mary Jane Tilden Robbins. 129 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of John Bell Tilden, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Swift Tilden and Evalina Ellen 
Byrd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bell Tilden and Jane Cham- 
bers, of York, Pa., his wife. 

John Bell Tilden served as lieutenant in the Con- 
tinental Army. He was present at the siege of York- 
town and surrender of Cornwallis. 

Miss Frances Theodora Bland Pryor. 130 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Richard Bland, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Roger Atkinson Pryor and Sara Agnes 
Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Theodorick Bland Pryor and 
Lucy Atkinson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Pryor, of Virginia, 
and Anne Bland, his wife. 

Great-great rgranddaughter of Rev. William Bland 
and Elizabeth Yates (daughter of President William 
Yates), his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Richard Bland, 
Jr., and Anne Peythrop, his wife. 

Richard Bland, Jr., was a member of the first Virginia 
Convention, member of First Continental Congress, 
member of Convention of 1776, which reported Decla- 
ration of Rights and the Constitution. 

See N. No. 2. 

Mrs. Ada Murdock Leupp. 131 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Francis E. Eeupp. 
Descendant of Francis Lewis, born in Wales. 
Daughter of Uriel Atwood Murdock and Maria Louisa 
Lewis, his wife. 



54 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Gabriel Ludlow Lewis and Anna 
Maria Champlin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Lewis, Jr., and Eliza- 
beth Ludlow, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Francis Lewis and 
Elizabeth Annesley, his wife. 

Francis Lewis was a delegate to the Continental 
Congress, a leading spirit of the "Sons of Liberty," 
and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Miss Edith Ross Read. 1^2 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of George Read, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Read and Mary E. Beale, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Read, of Delaware, and 
Louisa Dorsey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Read and Gertrude 
Thompson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Read and Ger- 
trude Ross, his wife. 

George Read was a signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. 

Miss Janet Elizabeth Hosmer Richards. 133 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. William Richards, of New Lon- 
don, Conn. 

Daughter of William Richards and Helen M. Ralston, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Samuel Richards and 
Isabella Mower, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. William Richards and 
Eunice Wells, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Felton and of 
Ebenezer Mower, both of whom served in the French 
and Indian wars and were also Revolutionary soldiers. 



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William Richards was a colonel in the Connecticut 
Line of Continentals. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Guion Pierson. 134 

Born in Louisiana. 

^ Descendant of Capt. Isaac Guion, of New York. 

Daughter of George Seth Guion and Caroline Lucre- 
tia Winder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Guion and Sarah Lewis, his 
wife. 

Isaac Guion was a captain in the Revolutionary 
Army. 

Mrs. Catharine Hitchcock Tilden Avery, j^^ 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Elroy M. Avery. 

Descendant of John Bailey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Junius Tilden and Zemah Rich, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Tilden and Catharine Hitch- 
cock, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gad Hitchcock, M. D., and 
Sagie Bailey, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Bailey and Ruth 
Randall, his wife. 

John Bailey was a lieutenant colonel of the Plymouth 
Regiment, and afterwards served as colonel of the Second 
Massachusetts Regiment. 

Also descendant of Gad Hitchcock, M. D., who 
served as surgeon's mate in the Second Massachusetts 
Regiment, under Col. John Bailey, and of Samuel Til- 
den, soldier in Capt. Cliffs company, of Marshfield, 
Mass., and member of Committee of Public Safety. 

Mrs. Sarah Bouton Patterson. 136 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of J. N. Patterson. 



56 DAUGHTERS OF TH5 AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Cilley, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D. D., and 
Elizabeth A. P. Cilley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Horatio Gates Cilley and Sarah 
Jenness, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Joseph Cilley and Sarah 
Longfellow, his wife. 

Gen. Joseph Cilley was colonel of the First New 
Hampshire Regiment, and was successively treasurer, 
vice president and president of the Order of Cincinnati 
in New Hampshire. 

Mrs. Victoria Chesman Adams Barber. 137 

Born ill Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Mathias Chesman, Andrew Adams, 
and L. Lamb. 

Daughter of Charles Harvey Adams and Maria Har- 
riet Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harve}" Adams and Mar>^ Ches- 
man, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Sylvanus Chesman and Betsy 
Blodgett, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Mathias Chesman and 
Miriam Shaw, his wife. 

Mathias Chesman was a minute man in service April 

19. 1775- 

Also great-granddaughter of Benjamin Adams and 
Sally Lamb, his wife, whose father, L. Lamb, was in 
the Second Massachusetts Continental Artillery. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams and 
Ruth Wadsworth, his wife. 

Andrew Adams, at the beginning of hostilities at 
Lexington, volunteered for the service of his country 
and served until the British evacuated Boston. 

Mrs. Josephine Campbell Rathbone. 138 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Estes G. Rathbone. 



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Descendant of John Reily, of Virginia, and Andrew- 
Small. 

Daughter of Lewis Davis Campbell and Jane Hough, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reily and Nancy Blackburn 

H. ■ , his wife, and of Andrew Campbell and Mary 

Small, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Small, a Revolution- 
ary soldier. 

John Reily enlisted under Gen. Nathaniel Greene, and 
participated in the battles of Cowpens, Guilford Court 
House, King's Mountain, and Eutaw Springs. 

Mrs. Ellen S. Cromwell. 139 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Thomas Cromwell. 

Descendant of Peter Lauck, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Isaac S. Lauck and Mar}^ Stephens, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Lauck and Emily Heiskell, 
his wife. 

Peter Lauck was a private in Daniel Morgan's famous 
riflemen of Virginia. 

Miss Marie Henderson Moore. 140 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Thomas Truxton. 

Daughter of W. Sturtevant Moore, U. S. N., and 
Virginia Henderson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Seth Eastman, U. S. A., and 
Mar}^ Henderson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Henderson, U. 
S. A., and Maria Truxton, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Truxton, U- 
S. N., and Mary Fundran, his wife. 

Thomas Truxton was a commodore in the U.S. Navy. 
He commanded the ' ' Independence ' ' during the War 
of the Revolution. 



58 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Anna M. McDowell. 141 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Henry Osborn and Elias Osborn, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. Enos Ayres Osborn and Abigail 
Davis, his wife. 

Qranddaughter of Henry Osborn. 

Great-granddaughter of Elias Osborn. 

Henry and Elias Osborn are ancestors who assisted in 
the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Emeline Virginia Middleton. 142 

Born in CaHfornia. 

Descendant of Arthur Middleton, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Edward Middleton, rear admiral U. S. 
N., and EHida J. , his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Middleton, governor of 
South Carolina, and Mary Helen ■ , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Arthur Middleton and Mary 
, his wife. 

Arthur Middleton was a delegate to the Continental 
Congress and signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Miss Sarah Tyson Hallowell. 14^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Christopher Marshall, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Caleb W. Hallowell and Mary Morris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Tyson and Sarah Saunders, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Morris and Sarah 
Marshall, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Charles Marshall and 
Patience , his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Christopher Mar- 
shall and Sarah , his wife. 



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Christopher Marshall was an officer in the Committee 
of Public Safety. 

Mrs. Marguerite Dickins. 144 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Commander F. W. Dickins, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Benjamin Birdsall, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Jenkins and Ellen Ely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Ely and Elizabeth Birdsall, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Birdsall and Lydia 
Bushnell, his wife. 

Benjamin Birdsall was a captain, major, and lieu- 
tenant colonel in the Fifth Regiment, Duchess county 
militia. 

Mrs. Katharine Searle McCartney. 14^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William H. McCartney, of Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Dimock, born in Connecticut, 
lived in Vermont. 

Daughter of Leonard Searle and Lydia Dimock, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Davis Dimock and Betsey 
Jenkins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Dimock and Sarah 
Green, his wife. 

David Dimock was sergeant, and second and first 
lieutenant of regular militia of Connecticut and 
Vermont. 

Mrs. Katherine Carson Breckinridge. 146 

Born in Louisiana. 

Wife of Clifton R. Breckinridge. 
Descendant of Thomas Green. 

Daughter of James Green Carson and Katherine 
Waller, his wife. 



60 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Carson and Caroline Char- 
lotte Isabel Green, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abner Green and Mary 
Hutchins, his wife. 

Great-great-grandaughter of Thomas Marston Green 
and Martha Wills, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Green 
and Elizabeth Marston, his wife. 

Thomas Green was a colonel in the Continental 
Army. 

Also descendant of William Harwood, who was 
member of the Virginia Convention of 1776, and of 
Thomas Carson, who serv^ed in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Mary Robbins Church. 147 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Alonzo C. Church. 

Descendant of Joshua Porter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel S. Robbins and Sally Porter 
Holley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. John Milton Holley and 
Sally Porter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Joshua Porter and Abi- 
gail Buel, his wife. 

Joshua Porter was a lieutenant colonel in the Con- 
necticut militia in the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Elizabeth DeWitt Chipp. 148 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John A. (son of Andries) DeWitt, of 
New York. 

Daughter of John Chipp and Elizabeth Merritt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William L. Merritt and Rachel 
DeWitt, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John A. DeWitt and Eliza- 
beth Krum, his wife. 



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Great-great-granddaughter of Andries DeWitt, 

John A. DeWitt was a quartermaster, and Andries 

DeWitt was captain in the Revolutionary Army. 

Also descendant of John and Joseph Chipp, who 

served in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Anna S. Loring. 149 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Palmer. 

Daughter of Isaac Townsend Smith and Elizabeth 
Ingalls Putnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Henry Putnam and Cath- 
erine Hunt, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Pearce Palmer and 
Elizabeth Hunt, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joseph Palmer and 
Mary Cranch, his wife. 

Joseph Palmer was a brigadier general under Wash- 
ington, a member of the Committee of Public Safety, 
and president of the Provincial Congress. 

Also descendant of Gen. Israel Putnam, of Revolu- 
tionary fame, through Judge Henry Putnam, of Bruns- 
wick, Me. 

Miss Lily Morton Browne. 1^0 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of William Waller. 

Daughter of James Morton Browne and Mary Eliz- 
abeth Hedgman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cook Browne and Elizabeth 
Morton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Morton and Margaret 
Waller, his wife. 

Great -great-granddaughter of William Waller and 
Margaret Allen, his wife. 

William Waller was a corporal of " G" company. Col. 
Daniel Morgan's Eleventh and Fifteenth Virginia regi- 
ments, as they stood November 30, 1778. 



62 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary Randolph Browne. i^i 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of William Waller, of Virginia. 
See N. No. 150. 

Mrs. Belinda Olney Hatheway Wilbour. 1^2 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Joshua Wilbour. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathan Arnold, who was born 
in Cumberland, R. I., October i8, 1733. 

Daughter of William Henry Hatheway and Fanny 
Arnold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Arnold and Belinda Mason 
Streeter, his wife. 

Also granddaughter of Frederick Hatheway and Sally 
White, his wife, who had six sons in the Revolutionary 
Army. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathan Arnold and Esther 
Darling, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Stephen Hatheway and Hope 
Pierce, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathan Arnold and 
Lucy Cargill, his wife. He was a captain in the Rhode 
Island Line. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Pierce and 
Mary Hoskins, his wife. 

Miss Nettie L White. 1^3 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Antipas White, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Wallace White and Fidelia 
Ann , his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peregrine White and Dolly Scott, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Antipas White and Lucinda 
Williams, his wife. 



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Antipas White served his country in the Revolu- 
tionary Army. 

Mrs. Kate Trowbridge Wilkins Tittmann. 1^4 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Otto H. Tittmann. 

Daughter of Col. Wm. D. Wilkins and Elizabeth 
Trowbridge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Ross Wilkins and Maria 
Duncan, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Q. M. Gen. John Wilkins, Jr., 
and Catherine Stevenson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. John Wilkins 
and Catherine Rowan, his wife. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins, of Carlisle, Pa., 
later of Pittsburg; also of Q. M. Gen. John Wilkins, 
Jr., of Carlisle, Pa.; also of Maj. Luther Trowbridge, 
of Boston, Mass , later of Albany, N. Y.; also of Maj. 
John Tillman, of Albany, N. Y.; also of Commodore 
Abraham Whipple, of Providence, R. I., and Col. Eben- 
ezer Sproat, of Middleborough, Mass., later of Marietta, 
Ohio. 

Also descendant of Ruth Wilkinson Hopkins, mother, 
of Gov. Stephen Hopkins (signer of the Declaration of 
Independence), and Commodore Esek Hopkins, of 
Rhode Island ; also of Mary Thompson Stevenson, 
mother of Maj. Geo. Stevenson, of Carlisle, Pa.; also 
of Janet Thompson, mother of Gen. William Thomp- 
son, of Carlisle, Pa. 

Miss Mary Abbie Emery. k^^ 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Emery, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Matthew Gault Emery and Mary Kitt- 
ridge Hazeltine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Emery and Jane Gault, his 
wife. 



64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Emery and 
Hannah Stickney, his wife. 

Joseph Emery served his country in its struggle for 
freedom. He was commissioned first lieutenant by the 
Continental Congress. Afterwards he was commis- 
sioned captain. 

Miss Agatha Lewis Towles. i 9 6 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. William Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Beverley Towles and Harriet 
Washington Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Towles and Agatha Lewis, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Lewis and Anne 
Montgomery, his wife. 

William Lewis was a colonel in the American Army. 

Also a descendant of Oliver Towles, who was a col- 
onel in the American Army. 

Miss Sarah Gertrude Taylor. 1^7 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Israel Brundage, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Abraham Cadmus Taylor and Elizabeth 
Simmons Condit, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Wheeler Condit and Sarah 
Brundage, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Israel Brundage and Eliza- 
beth Williams, his wife. 

Israel Brundage served his country in its strife for 
freedom as patriot, fifer, and captain. 

Mrs. Juliet Hazeltine Cox. 1^8 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Wife of William Van Zant Cox. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Emery, of New Hamp- 
shire. 




MRS. IVM. D. CABELL, 
I'ire-PresidfHt Griii'tal Prcsidhig. 



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Daughter of Matthew Gaiilt Emery and Mary Kitt- 
ridge Hazeltine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Emery and Jane Gault, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Emery and 
Hannah Stickney, his wife. 

Joseph Emery was a commissioned officer in the 
American Army. 

Also descendant of Mathew Gault, who was an officer 

in the American Army, and Burton and his 

son, who were taken prisoners by the Indians and car- 
ried to Canada. 

Mrs. Isabel Montgomery Morsell. i^9 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of William Lewis, of Virginia, who was 
called the " Civilizer of the Border." 

Daughter of William Henry Harris and Harriet 
Washington Towles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Beverley Towles and Harriet 
Washington Johnson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Oliver Towles (a colonel in 
the War of the Revolution), and Agatha Eewis, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Wm. Eewis and Anne 
Montgomery, his wife, who was the sister of Gen. 
Richard Montgomery, who fell at Quebec. 

William Eewis was a colonel in the American Army. 
He was the brother of Gen. Andrew Lewis and Col. 
Charles Lewis, who gained the battle of Point Pleasant 
against the Indians. They were of Huguenot descent. 

Miss Clarissa H. Barton. - i6o 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of David Stone, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Capt. Stephen Barton and Sarah Stone, 
his wife. 



66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of David Stone, sometimes called 
David Haven, and Sarah Treadwell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Haven and Esther 
Gale, his wife. 

David Stone was a sergeant in Capt. William Moore's 
company, of Oxford, Mass.; was present at the surren- 
der of Burgoyne ; was a Revolutionary pensioner. 

Miss Virginia Miller. i6i 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Richard Henry I,ee, Dr. Walter Jones, 
Charles Lee, and Richard Buckner. 

Daughter of Dr. Thomas Miller and Virginia Collins 
Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Walter Jones (son of Dr. 
Walter Jones, Medical Director Revolutionary Army) 
and Anne Lucinda Lee, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Lee (son of Henry 
Lee and Lucy Grymes, the ' ' Lowland Beauty, ' ' his wife,) 
and Nancy Lee, daughter of Richard Henry Lee, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Buckner, of Virginia, 
member Westmoreland Committee of Safety from 1775- 
76, and signer of the Westmoreland Association in 1776. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard Henry Lee and 
(Mrs.) Anne Gaskins (Pinkard), his wife. 

Richard Henry Lee was author of the Westmoreland 
Protest in 1765 ; member Westmoreland Committee of 
Safety, 1775-76 ; member Continental Congress, and 
presented the resolution declaring the Colonies free and 
independent ; a signer of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence ; president of the Senate ; his brother, Francis 
Lightfoot Lee, was also a signer of the Declaration of 
Independence. 

Mrs. Mary Sawyer Foot. 162 

Born in New York. 
Wife of the late Isaac Platte Foot, M. D. 



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Descendant of Col. Ephraim Sawyer, of Lancaster, 
Mass. (1719-1813.) 

Daughter of Edward Moore and Rowena L. Sawyer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Greene Sawyer and Irene 
Ransom, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim Sawyer and Dolly 
Wilder, his wife. 

See N. No. 170 for services of Ephraim Sawyer. 

Mrs. Matilda Wilkins Emery. 163 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Wm. Hemsley Emery. 

Descendant of Benjamin Franklin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Bache and Sophia B. Dallas, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Bache and Sarah Frank- 
lin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deb- 
orah Read, his wife. 

Benjamin Franklin was a signer of the Declaration of 
Independence. 

Miss Sarah T. Emery. 164 

Rorn in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Benjamin Franklin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Hemsley Emery and Matilda 
Wilkins, his wife. 
See N. No. 163. 

Miss Victoria deM. Emery. i6i^ 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Benjamin Franklin, of Massachusetts. 
See N. Nos. 164 and 163. 

Miss Katharine Foote. i66 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Gen. Andrew Ward, of Guilford, Conn. 



68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of George Augustus Foote and Eliza Spen- 
cer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eli Foote and Diana Ward, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Andrew Ward and 
Diana Hubbard, his wife. 

Andrew Ward was a brigadier general in the Fed- 
eral Army with three regiments from Connecticut in 
his command. He was encamped with his brigade at 
Valley Forge, and passed through that terrible winter 
there. 

Mrs. Lucy A. Leggett. 167 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Thomas Chittenden. 

Daughter of Darius North Cowles and Narcissa A. 
Lane, his wife. 

Granddaugh^er of William L,ane and Lucy Chitten- 
den, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Chittenden and Mary 
Bacon, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Chittenden, 
governor of Vermont during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Gertrude Bascom Darwin. 168 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Charles C, Darwin. 

Descendant of Asa Field, of Northfield, Mass. 

Daughter of William Franklin Bascom and Anne 
Field Strong, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Strong and Anna Field, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Asa Field and Anna Diggins, 
his wife. 

Asa Field was a private in Samuel Merriman's com- 
pany. Col. Israel Chapin's regiment. 



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Also descendant of Elias Bascom, of Hatfield, Mass., 
a volunteer soldier and fought at the battle of Saratoga. 

Mrs. Maud Bascom Johnson. 169 

Born in New York. 

Wife of J. Taber Johnson, M. D. 

Descendant of Asa Field, of Northfield, Mass. 

See N. No. i68. 

Miss Elizabeth Pitcher Moore. 170 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Ephraim Sawyer, of Lancaster, 
Mass. (1719-1813.) 

Daughter of Edward Moore and Rowena Ladd Saw- 
5^er, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Greene Sawyer and Irene 
Ransom, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim Sawyer and Dolly 
Wilder, his wife. 

Ephraim Sawyer was one of the ' ' First Permanent 
Committee of Correspondence," of Lancaster, Mass., 
chosen 5th September, 1774. At the call to arms, he 
promptly espoused the cause of his country, and served 
to the close of the Revolution with his five sons. He 
fought at Bunker Hill, at the siege of Boston, was in 
the battles of Brooklyn, Trenton, Princeton, and Ger- 
mantown. He led his regiment at Dobbs Ferry. He 
was at the capture of Burgoyne and at the surrender of 
the British Army at Yorktown , Va .,1781. He was com - 
missioned, on the igtli of April, 1775, second major of 
Col. John \Vhitcomb's regiment of minute men, and on 
the 23d of May, 1775, as major of Col. Asa Whitcomb's 
regiment of militia of Worcester county, Mass. On the 
2d of February, 1776, the Provincial Congress issued 
his commission as lieutenant colonel of the " Second 
Regiment of Militia" of Massachusetts State troops. 
He died in Grande Isle, Vermont, in 18 13, aged 96 
years. 



70 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Blair Lee. 171 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Gist, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Francis Preston Blair and Eliza Violet 
Gist, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Nathaniel Gist and Judith 
Bell, his wife. 

Nathaniel Gist was a colonel and brigadier of the 
Virginia Line. 

Also descendant of Ann, mother of Archibald Gary, 
of Virginia, who was a member of the Committee of 
Correspondence in Virginia and of the Convention of 
I/76. 

Mrs. J. Ann Walling Clark. 172 

Born in Canada. 

Wife of George L. Clark. 

Descendant of Samuel Clark, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Zenas Clark and Sarah Walling, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Susannah 
Thomas, his wife. 

Samuel Clark was a soldier in the Continental Line 
under Gen. Washington. He was undoubtedly in the 
battle of Brandy wine and of Germantown, and wintered 
at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Georgine Henri Franck Greenleaf. 173 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of C. R. Greenleaf. 

Descendant of Baron Frederic Franck de la Roche, aid 
to Marquis de Lafayette. 

Daughter of Baron George Henri Frederic Franck de 
la Roche and Jane Jacobs Belt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Baron Frederic Franck de la Roche, 
who is the ancestor who assisted in the Revolutionary 
War to establish freedom for the people. 



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Mrs. Violet Blair Janin. 174 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of CoL Archibald Gary, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Blair, U. S. N., and Mary Jesup, 
(daughter of Gen. T. S. Jesup), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Preston Blair and Eliza 
Violet Gist, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Nathaniel Gist and 
Judith Bell, his wife. (See N. No. 171.) 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Cecil Bell and 
Judith Gary, his wife. 

Great -great-great-granddaughter of Henry Gary and 
Ann Randolph, mother of Archibald Gary, member of 
the Committee of Correspondence in Virginia and of the 
Convention of 1776. 

Also descendant of Blackleach Jesup, a member of the 
Committee of Inspection, and of liis son Kdward who 
was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Also descendant of Gen. George Rogers Clark, Gen. 
Jonathan Clark, Maj. William Croghan, and Edmund 
Clark, who were all officers in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Adelaide Desha Kirtland. 175' 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Marguerite Burleigh, mother of Gen. 
John Montgomery. 

Daughter of Bledsoe Desha Harman and Mary Eoften , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Harman and Adelaide 

D'Arblay Desha, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Desha and Margaret 
Bledsoe, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Isaac Bledsoe and Kathe- 
rine Montgomer}^ his wife. 

Great-great-great- granddaughter of John Montgomery 
and Marguerite Burleigh, his wife. 

John Montgomery and Isaac Bledsoe were officers in 
the War of the Revolution. 



72 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary Barksdale Goode. 176 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Mackerness Goode, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Thomas Claiborne Goode and Martha 
Goode Read, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Goode and Mary Barksdale, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Mackerness Goode. s. 

Mackerness Goode was a lieutenant in the Revolution- 
ary Army. 

Also descendant of Lieut. Col. Isaac Read of the 
Fourth Virginia Regiment. 

Also descendant of Col. Lewis Burwell, who com- 
manded a regiment in the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Jane Jesup Nicholson. 177 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Wife of Maj. A. S. Nicholson. 

Descendant of Maj. William Croghan, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Maj. Gen. Thomas S. Jesup and Ann 
Heron Croghan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj . William Croghan and Lucy 
Clark, his wife. 

William Croghan fought in the battles of Brandy wine, 
Germantown, and Monmouth. 

Also descendant of Blackleach Jesup, a member of 
the Committee of Inspection, whose son, James Edward 
Jesup, was a Revolutionary soldier. Also of John 
Clark and Ann Rogers, his wife, who had three sons 
in the war, George Rogers, Jonathan, and Edward Clark, 
all officers in the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Sallie Kennedy Alexander. 178 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Dr. Samuel Kennedy, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of the late Joseph C. G. Kennedy and Catha- 
rine Morrison, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Preston Kennedy and 
Jane Judith EHicott, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Kennedy and Sarah 
Preston, his wife. 

On the 19th of January, 1776, in Committee of Safety, 
George Clymer, president, it was " Resolved, That Dr. 
Samuel Kennedy be appointed surgeon to the Fourth 
Battalion, Pennsylvania troops, in the service of the 
United Colonies." 

Miss Sallie Austin Bartlett. 179 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of Hon. Josiah Bartlett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Stephen Madison Bartlett and Sue 
Anderson Hendree, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Ezra Bartlett and Hannah 
Gale, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Hon. Josiah Bartlett and 
Mary , his wife. 

Josiah Bartlett was a delegate to the Continental Con- 
gress, colonel of a regiment, and the first to sign the 
Declaration of Independence after the president, John 
Hancock. 

Miss Agnes S. Bartlett. 180 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of Hon. Josiah Bartlett, of Massachusetts. 
See N. No. 179. 

Mrs. Charlotte Louise Lawrence. i8i 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George A. Lawrence. 

Descendant of Abner Morgan, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Randolph Morgan Cooley and Maria 
Louise Stevenson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of J. B. Cooley and Persis Morgan, 
his wife. 



74 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Abner Morgan and Persis 
, his wife. 



Abner Morgan was a minute man of Lexington ; act- 
ing brigade major ; and was chairman of the Committee 
of Safety. 

Mrs. Fannie D. Larner. 182 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Reuben Spalding, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Lyman and Maria W. Spalding, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Spalding and Sarah Collins, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Reuben Spalding and Jerusha 
Carpenter, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Reuben Spalding and 
Mar)?^ Pierce, his wife. 

Reuben Spalding was a member of a regiment formed 
in Vermont upon a call made by the Government to de- 
fend the State from invasion by the British, Indians, and 
Tories. 

Miss Mary Donelson Reeve. 183 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Felix Earnest, of Tennessee. 

Daughter of Felix A. Reeve and Wilhelmina Donel- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas J. Reeve and Rebecca A. 
, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Felix Earnest and Sarah 
, his wife. 



Felix Earnest was a volunteer soldier in the War for 
Independence; was in the battle of King's Mountain; 
and was afterwards appointed lieutenant. 

Also descendant of Col. John Donelson, and through 
the Reeves ancestors descendant from the Cox and 
Hanson families of Maryland. 



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Mrs. Rosa Wright Smith. 184 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel K. Bradford, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Maj. Gen. H. G. Wright, U. S. A., 
and L,ouisa M. Bradford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel K. Bradford and Emily- 
Slaughter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel K. Bradford and Jane 
Carter, his wife. 

Samuel K. Bradford was captain of artillery in the 
Continental Line and aid-de-camp to General Weedon, 
with rank of major; original member of the Society of 
the Cincinnati. 

Also descendant of James Slaughter, of Virginia, 
member of Culpeper Committee of Safety ; minute man 
at battle of Great Bridge. 

Mrs. Mary Parke Foster. 18^ 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Hon. John W. Foster. 

Descendant of Captain Silas Clark and Daniel Read, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander McFerson and Eliza J. Read, 
his wife; 

Granddaughter of Ezra Read and Nancy Clark, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Daniel Read. 

Daniel Read was a commissioned ofl&cer in the Revo- 
lutionary War; his wife was the daughter of Capt. John 
Brown, who had three sons that fought at the battle of 
Bunker Hill. 

Also great-granddaughter of Capt. Silas Clark, who 
was famous for many daring exploits in the war ; was 
wounded at the battle of Monmouth, which afterwards 
caused his death. 

Mrs. Susan M. McColloch. 186 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Man, of Massachusetts. 



76 DAUGHTERS OF THF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Dr. Albin Man and Maria Piatt, of New- 
York, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Piatt and Phebe Smith, 
of lyong Island, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zephaniah Piatt and Hannah 
Saxton, his wife. 

Nathaniel Piatt raised the first contingent upon Long 
Island for the Continental Army and served through the 
Revolutionary War. 

Ebenezer Man, father of Dr. Albin Man, served as 
brigade surgeon on General Washington's staff. 

Mrs. Nancie Otis Winston. 187 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Gen. William Hull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Alexander Otis and Pauline 
Baury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Alexander Otis and Ann 
Maria Campbell Hickman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of H. H. Hickman and Anne 
Binney Hull, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Gen. William Hull and 
Sarah Fuller, his wife. 

William Hull served in the Continental Army as 
captain, major, and lieutenant colonel. 

Mrs. Agnes P. Otis-Smedes. 188 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Gen. William Hull, of Connecticut. 

See N. No. 187. 

Also descendant of Dr. Ephraim Otis, of Massachu- 
setts, a member of first committee appointed by the 
town of Scituate, Mass. 

Also descendant of Maj. Louis Baury de Bellerive, 
born in San Domingo, died in Connecticut ; was cap- 
tain of a corps of volunteers and took part in the siege 
of Savannah under D'Estaingand continued in service 
during the war. 



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Miss Margaret Phelan Keen an. 189 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Mary Heron, mother of Capt. John 
Phelan, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Anthony Keenan and Mary Phelan, his 
wife. 

Grandniece of John Phelan. 

Capt. John Phelan is a collateral ancestor in the 
war and was a captain in the Massachusetts Line. He 
was never married and left no direct lineal descendants. 
Philip Phelan, a brother, also served in the American 
Army. They left Ireland in 1777 to fight in behalf of 
the Colonies, then struggling for their freedom. 

Mrs. Julia W. Bailey. 190 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Knowlton, of Connecti- 
cut. 

Daughter of Samuel Utley and Mary J. Eastman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Utley and Sally Knowlton, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Thomas Knowlton and 
Anna Keys, his wife. 

Thomas Knowlton commanded the first com- 
pany of men that went from Connecticut to assist the 
troops at Charlestown and led the hundred men who 
set fire to the British stores. 

Also descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Eastman, who 
was one of the first settlers of Concord, N. H., and took 
an active part in the Indian war. 

Miss Emilie M. Halstead. 191 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Halstead, Oneida county, N. Y. 
Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Halstead and Mary 
Potter, his wife. 



78 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Joseph Halstead and Miriam Pres- 
ton, his wife. 

Joseph Halstead served as a private. He enlisted in 
Capt. Theophilus Munson's company ; wintered at 
Valley Forge ; and was in the battle of Monmouth, N. J. 

Miss Julia i. Baker. 192 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Luther Halsey, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Nathan Baker and Sarah Halsey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Luther Halsey and Abigail 
Foster, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jeremiah Halsey and Eliza- 
beth , his wife. 

Capt. Luther Halsey, a student at Princeton College, 
entered the army with his class — their president, Dr. 
Witherspoon, leading them— and served during the en- 
tire war. He was a member of the Society of the Cin- 
cinnati from its organization. 

Also descendant of David Baker, who served in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Minerva D. Linton. 193 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Hart, of Hopewell, N. J. 

Daughter of Fames Darragh and Marion Eliza Reno, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Darragh and Deborah Hart, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Hart and Martha Matt- 
ison, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah 
Scudder, his wife. 

John Hart was a signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. 



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194 



Mrs. Gertrude Darragh Linton. 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Hart. 
See N. No. 193. 

Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Foster Nichols. 19^ 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Ephraim Sawyer, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Whitefield Foster and Martha 
D. Winters, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. George Whitefield Foster and 
Eunice Sawyer, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim Sawyer and Sallie 
Bucklin, his wife. 

Ephraim Sawyer raised a company of minute men, 
and with his five sons ser\^ed during the entire war. 

Mrs. Anna Ewing Cockrell. 196 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of Francis M. CockrelL 

Descendant of Gen. William Lee Davidson, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Ephraim B. Ewing and Elizabeth Allen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Finis Ewing and Margaret David- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. William Lee Davidson 
and Mary Brevard, his wife. 

Gen. Wm. Lee Davidson did signal service for his 
country during the war, and for which he gave his life. 
His services and bravery were recognized by Congress, 
and they appropriated money in 1781 to erect a monu- 
ment to his memor^^ 

Mrs. Josepha H. Houghton. i9y 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Horton, Andrew Gangewer and 



80 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Headley, all of whom served in the Revolution- 
ary War. 

Daughter of Allen M. Gangewer and Anna Maria 
Horton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse C. Horton and Harriet Ford 
Headley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter ot Andrew Gangewer, lieutenant 
in Revolutionary War. 

Also descendant of Samuel Headley, who served as 
surgeon in the Continental Army. 

Also descendant of John Horton, lieutenant in Col. 
John Stark's regiment. 

Also descendant of Montaigne, who signed a 

round-robin petition for Religious Liberty. 

Mrs. Annie W. Halstead. 198 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Maj . Francis Wilson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Ball and Sarah Maria Howe, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Howe and Mary Hartwell 
Wilson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Wilson and Mary 
Foster, his wife. 

Francis Wilson reached the rank of major in the ser\^- 
ice of his country. 

Miss Mary E. Gwathmey. 199 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Richard C. Anderson, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Isaac Robertson Gwathmey and Eliza- 
beth Clark Anderson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Clough Anderson and 
Elizabeth Clark, his wife. 

Richard Clough Anderson was commissioned captain 
Fifth Virginia Continentals ; promoted to major First 
Virginia ; aid to Lafayette ; promoted lieutenant colonel 



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of Continental Army, and appointed brigadier general 
Virginia militia, retaining the office during life. He 
was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Also a descendant of Gen. George Rogers Clark. 

Miss Virginia Shelby Grigsby. 200 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Isaac Shelby, of Maryland. 

Daughter of J. Warren Grigsby and Susan Preston 
Shelby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Shelby and Virginia Hart, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Shelby and Susanna 
Hart, his wife. 

Isaac Shelby was captain and colonel in 1777 in 
charge of commissary department of frontier militia ; 
upon the organization of the State of Kentucky he was 
chosen governor. 

Miss Almena Butman Williams. 201 

i^orn in New York. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Williams, who was born 4th of 
May, 1729, in Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Porter Williams and Almena 
Bradley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Porter Williams and Cath- 
rine Antoinette Day, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Porter Williams and 
Mary Hanford Wells, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Ezekiel Williams and 
Prudence Stoddard, his wife. 

Ezekiel Williams served as commissary of prisoners 
for the State of Connecticut. 

Mrs. Mary Barlow Hoge. 202 

Born in New York. 
Wife of W. S. Hoge. 

Descendant of Richard Henry Lee, who was born in 
Stratford, Westmoreland county, Va., January 20, 1732. 



82 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Stearns and Anne Harriotte Lloyd , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lloyd and Anne Harriotte 
Lee, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Edmund 1. Lee and Sarah 
, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard Henry Lee, 
who was a member of the Continental Congress. In 
1764 he remonstrated with the House of Lords against 
the Tax Act, but his great political act was the proposal 
of the Declaration of Independence June 10, 1776. 

Mrs. Marian Adele Longfellow Morris. 203 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Peleg Wads worth, who was born in 
Duxbury, Mass., on the 6th of May, 1748. 

Daughter of Stephen Longfellow and Marianne 
Preble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Longfellow and Zilpah 
Wadsworth, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peleg Wadsworth and Eliza- 
beth Bartlett, his wife. He served as captain of minute 
men and later as adjutant general of militia of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Also descendant of Esaias Preble, of Massachusetts, 
who served as captain of minute men and later as col- 
onel in the Continental Army. 

Miss Mary T. Elder. 204 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of James Elder, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Wilson Elder and Margaretta 
Scott Shaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Elder and Esther Wilson, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Elder and Susannah 
Arderj^ his wife. 



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Great-great-granddaughter of James Elder, who served 
as lieutenant in the Revolution. 

Descendant of William Shaw, of Pennsylvania, who 
served as a member of Committee of Public Safety, and 
served in civil capacity. 

Descendant of John Little, who served as captain of 
a company in a Pennsylvania regiment. 

Mrs. Lizzie W. Gray Davis. 20^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Daniel Bray, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John W. Gray and Martha R. Sargent, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sargent and Susan Bray, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Bray and Elizabeth 
Kuhl, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Bray, who served 
as captain in the Second Regiment of New Jersey, 
and afterwards became a general. He aided Washing- 
ton in getting boats to transport troops across the 
Delaware. 

Mrs. Margaret E. J. Biddle. 206 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of William Irvine, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Armstrong Irvine and Susan 
Duncan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Callender Ir\dne (Gen., U. S. A.) 
and Patience Elliott, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. William Irvine (Gen., 
U. S. A.) and Anne Callender, his wife. 

William Irvine served as general of brigade in the 
Continental Army. He was ordered by Congress, upon 
the recommendation of Washington, to the command of 
the Western Department headquarters at Fort Pitt, 
Pittsburg. 



84 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Louise T. DuBose. 207 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Elias DuBose, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Dudley M. DuBose and Sallie Toombs, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Bishop Castles DuBose and 
Francis Camilla Dunn, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jesse DuBose and Wilds, 

his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Elias DuBose, who 
served as lieutenant from South Carolina. 

Mrs. Eveline Martin Alexander. 208 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Thomas Sickles, of New Jersey, 

Daughter of E. T. Throop Martin and Cornelia Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Williams and Eliza Sickles, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Sickles and Mary 
Norwood, his wife. He served as major and commis- 
sary on the staff of Gen. Morgan L,ewis. 

Mrs. LuciNA C. Moses. . 209 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Phineas Scott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Calvin Bingham and Betsey Scott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Scott and Thankful Kinsley, 
his wife. He was a private in Col. Moses Robinson's 
regiment of Vermont militia. Early in the Revolution he 
was made captain of one of the Bennington companies. 
He headed his company at the battle of Bennington and 
was also at Saratoga at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Sarah Hungerford Wilson. 210 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Thomas Hungerford, of Virginia. 



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Daughter of Maj. Henry Hungerford and Mary Ann 
Spence, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hungerford and Ann 
Washington, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Hungerford and Ann 
Pratt, his wife. He serv^ed as lieutenant in the sixth 
company of the Third Regiment of Virginia. 

Mrs. Mary Lyman Richardson Hand. 211 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Lyman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Lyman Richardson and Catherine 
Heermans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William P. Richardson and Laura 
Lyman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Lyman and Hulda 
Brinsmade, his wife. He served as captain in the War 
of the Revolution and during the last years of his life re- 
ceived a pension. 

Mrs. Ellen Waln Harrison. 212 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of C. C. Harrison. 

Descendant of Robert Morris, born in Liverpool, Eng- 
land, in 1733; lived in Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Edward Wain and Ellen Custis Nixon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henrj^ Nixon and Maria Morris, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Morris and Esther 
White, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Morris, one of 
the signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Caroline Pitts Brown. 213 

Born in Michigan. 
Descendant of Samuel Pitts, of Boston, Mass. 



86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Samuel Pitts and Sarah Merrill, his wife. 

Grandaughter of Maj. Thomas Pitts (U. S. A.) and 
Elizabeth Mountfort, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Pitts, who served as 
an oflScer in the Hancock Cadets ; was a Son of Liberty 
and an assistant in the Tea Party. 

Mrs. Mary C. Bates. 214 

Born in Mary and. 

Descendant of the Baron Frederic Franck de la Roche, 
of Germany. 

Daughter of George Henry Frederic Franck de la 
Roche and Jane Jacobs Belt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of the Baron Frederic Franck de la 
Roche, who served as aid to the Marquis de Lafayette, 
general in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. B. W. Kennon. 21^ 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of John Parke Custis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas Peter and Martha Custis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Parke Custis, who served as 
aid-de-camp to Gen. Washington at the siege of York- 
town. 

Mrs. Sallie Patterson Sharpe. 216 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Nathan Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Patterson and Mary Denison, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Nathan Denison, who served 
as commander of the left wing of the patriot forces in 
the battle preceding the Wyoming massacre, and also 
in civil capacity. 

Mrs. Sarah Bradley Willard. 217 

Born in Vermont. 
Descendant of Stephen Rowe Bradley, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Daniel Kellogg and Merab Ann Bradley, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William C. Bradley and Sarah 
Richards, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Stephen Rowe Bradley, who 
served as captain, major, and finally aid-de-camp to 
Gen. David Wooster, who was mortally wounded on the 
27th of April, 1777, during the attack on Danbury. 

Miss Emily C. Butler. 218 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Zebulon Butler, of Connecticut and 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Lord Butler and Cornelia Richards, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lord Butler and Mary Pierce, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler, who served 
in the campaigns of 1777 to 1779, when he was made 
colonel of the Second Connecticut Regiment. He 
was commissioned by Washington to take command of 
the fort at Wyoming and led the men at the battle 
which resulted in the famous massacre of Wyoming. 

Descendant of Samuel Richards, of Connecticut, who 
W'as captain in the Third Connecticut Regiment. He 
was present at the execution of Major Andre. 

Miss Catharine Austin. 219 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ivers James Austin and Elizabeth Turner 
Amory, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Trecothic Austin and Cath- 
arine Gerry, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elbridge Gerry, one of the 
signers of the Declaration of Independence. 



88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs! Sarah Adams Whittemore. 220 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of EHashib Adams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry Adams and Sophia Field, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Adams and Elizabeth 
Watts, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eliashib Adams, who served 
as representative from Canterbury in the Legislature of 
Connecticut from 1775 to 1777. 

Mrs. Mary E. Wadsworth. 221 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of John McPherson, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daughter of George Augustus Frick and Mary Mc- 
Pherson Rogers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Rogers and Tacy Pryor, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Pryor and Mary Ann 
McPherson, his wife. 

[Mrs. Mary E. Wadsworth incorrectly made out, as 
she must claim descent from the mother of a Patriot. 
John McPherson, being the brother of her grand- 
mother, she cannot enter through him, but through HIS 
mother, their great-great-grandmother.] 

Miss Marie Louise Wadsworth. 222 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of William Wadsworth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. Hiram Nichols Wadsworth and 
Mary Ella Frick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Wadsworth and Laura 
Lyman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Wadsworth and 
Mercy Clark, his wife. He served as sergeant of 
militia and cornet in Capt. Sloper's company of light 
horse. 



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Miss Lizzie Field. 22^ 

Born in Colorado. 

Descendant of John Hardin, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas M. Field and Amanda Ellis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hardin Field and Pattie 
Hockaday, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Curtis Field and Rosanna 
Hardin, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Hardin, who 
served as lieutenant in Morgan's Rifle Corps. 

Miss Pattie Field. 224 

Born in Colorado. 

Descendant of John Hardin, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Thomas M. Field and Amanda Ellis, his 
wife. 

See N. No. 223. 

Miss Eugenia Washington Moncure. 22^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas G. Moncure and Jane C. Wash- 
ington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Temple Washington and 
^ Margaret Fletcher, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Steptoe Washington 
and Lucy Payne, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Washington, 
who served as colonel in the Virginia Line during the 
Revolution. He was own brother to Gen. George 
Washington. See N. No. i. 

Also descendant of Baile}' Washington (paternal side) , 
member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia. He was 
the father of Col. Wm. Washington, the hero of Cow- 
pens. 



90 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



226 



Mrs. Julia K. Hogg. 227 

Born in Pennsj'lvania. 

Wife of Nathaniel B. Hogg. 

Descendant of Elihew Hall, of Maryland. 

Daughter of W. Maclay Hall and Ellen Campbell 
Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Hall and Esther Maclay, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elihew Hall, who served as 
colonel of a Maryland regiment. 

Also a descendant of William Maclay and a direct 
descendant of John Harris, founder of Harrisburg. 

Also a descendant, on the mother's side, of Capt. Fisher, 
of Carlisle, Pa., who fought throughout the Revolu- 
tionary War, was twice taken prisoner by the British, 
and was a prisoner when peace was declared. 

Mrs. Laura M. Plantz. 228 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Benjamin Wheeler, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Nelson Wheeler and Bersheba Moore, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Wheeler. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Wheeler and Sarah 
Harris, his wife. He served as a soldier in 1775. 

Also descendant of Abijah Moore, captain in the Rev- 
olutionary Army, and his son Rufus, who fought in the 
battle of Lexington, and was a minute man. 



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Also descendant of David Moore, a captain in the 
Revolution. 

Miss Marietta Sanford. 229 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Robert Halsted, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Marcus B. Sanford and Rebecca Halsted 
Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Ward and Rebecca Ogden 
Halsted, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Halsted, M. D., who 
served as surgeon, was captured and imprisoned in the 
"Old Sugar House" prison of New York city, and 
finally released by a flag of truce. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Dewey Pratt Norton. 2^0 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Luman Spooner Norton. 

Descendant of Rev. Jedediah Dewey, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of John E. Pratt and Mary L. Dewey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jedediah Dewey and Hannah Eldred, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eldad Dewey and Mary Til- 
den, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Rev. Jedediah Dewey, 
a recognized patriot and leader in helping to band 
together the men who successfully resisted the British 
and Hessians at the battle of Bennington. 

Also descendant of Stephen Pratt, of Massachusetts, 
who served as sergeant during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Julia E. Cruz. 231 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Abraham Godwin, of New York. 
Daughter of Maj. John I. Earle and Maria Phoenix, 
his wife. 



92 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of David Godwin and Catherine Wal- 
dron, his wife. He swam the Hudson River with dis- 
patches for Washington. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Godwin, who 
served as general. 

Miss Annette Peabody Trowbridge. 232 

Bom in Alabama. 

Daughter of Maj. Charles Frederick Trowbridge and 
Clara Brigham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles C. Trowbridge and Cathe- 
rine Whipple Sibley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj . Luther Trowbridge and 
Elizabeth Tillman, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Maj. John Tillman, of 
Albany, N. Y. 

Descendant of Maj . Luther Trowbridge, who fought 
from Lexington to Saratoga. Also of Maj. John Till- 
man, " New York Line on Continental Establishment ; " 
also of Abraham Whipple, of Rhode Island, and Eben- 
ezer Sproat, of Massachusetts, commodore U. S. N., 
and colonel U. S. A., respectivelj-. 

Miss Margaret Jones Wiley. 233 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Watson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henr}^ H. Wile}^ and Margaret Clemson 
Watson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Watson and Maria 
Haines, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Watson and Margaret 
Clemson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Watson, who 
served as collector of supplies for Continental Army. 

Miss Sarah Stevenson Cox. 234 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of David Cox, of New Jersey. 



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Daughter of William K. Cox and Mary Bellanger, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Cox, who served as volunteer 
in Morgan's Kentucky Rifle Brigade. 

Mrs. Clara Clark Whittemore. 23^ 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of D. J. Whittemore. 

Descendant of Francis Fullam, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Orville M. Clark and Martha Fullam, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Fullam and Martha Car- 
penter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Fullam, who served 
as volunteer in Capt. Joseph Parker's company, Mas- 
sachusetts Line. 

Miss Fannie M. Whittemore. 2^6 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Joseph Whittemore, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of D. J. Whittemore and Maria P. Merriam, 
his wife. 

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

Great-granddaughter of John Whittemore and Abigail 
Olin, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joseph Whittemore, 
who served as lieutenant in Twelfth Regiment, Massa- 
chusetts Line. 

Also descendant of Gideon Olin, major in Col. Her- 
rick's regiment of Green Mountain Boys; Sergt. 
Abraham Lawrence, of Capt. Swan's New Jersey com- 
pany ; and Albert G. Whittemore, Vermont volunteer 
in Capt. Farnsworth's company. 

Miss Lucie Mason Parker. 237 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Hugh MuUoy, of New York. 



94 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Laughter of Mason D. Parker and Lucy Herron, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Parker and Priscilla Mulloy, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Hugh Mulloy, who served as 
private and after as lieutenant in the Eleventh Mas- 
sachusetts Regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Belle Morton. 238 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Howard Morton. 

Descendant of John Cleveland, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Jacob Renecker and Elizabeth Way, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Way and Mary A. Ben- 
nett, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Bennett and Elizabeth 
Cleveland, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Cleveland, who 
served as a soldier during the Revolution. 

Miss Katherine Sibley Hendrie. 239 

Born in Michigan. 

Daughter of George Hendrie and Sarah Trowbridge, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles C. Trowbridge and Cathe- 
rine Whipple Sibley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Judge Solomon Sibley and 
Sarah Whipple Sproat, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Ebenezer Sproat 
and Catherine Whipple, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Commodore Abra- 
ham Whipple and Sarah Hopkins, his wife. 

Descendant of Maj . Luther Trowbridge, of Massachu- 
setts, Maj. John Tillman, of Albany, N. Y., Col. Eben- 
ezer Sproat, of Massachusetts, and Commodore Abra- 
ham Whipple, of Rhode Island. 



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Miss Mary R. Stearns. 240 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Rand, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Robert Edwards Carter Stearns and Mary- 
Ann Libby, his wife 

Granddaughter of Charles Stearns and Sarah Carter, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Carter and Sarah Rand, 

his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Rand, who 
served as volunteer in the militia of Massachusetts, was 
in the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Sarah Rand, then a girl of sixteen, watched the British 
and signaled their movements by a system of whistles. 

Mrs. Sarah S. Barroll. 241 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Benjamin Crockett Barroll. 

Descendant of Andrew Billings, of New York. 

Daughter of Randall S. Street and Cornelia Billings, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Billings and Cornelia Liv- 
ingston, his wife. He served as lieutenant, captain, and 
major in the Third New York Regiment during the Rev- 
olution . 

Miss Eliza Titus Ward. 242 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sarah Willet Lawrence, of New York. 

Daughter of Milton M. Ward and Mary Lawrence, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lawrence and Abigail Hal- 
leck, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Philip Lawrence and Catha- 
rine , his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Sarah Willet Lawrence, 
the mother of Oliver Lawrence, who served as lieuten- 



96 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

ant of New York Artillery from 1777 to 1779; also aid 
on Gen. Washington's staff. 

Miss Frances E. Willard. 243 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Rev. Elijah Willard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Josiah F. Willard and Mary Thompson 
Hill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver M. Willard and Catharine 
Lewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elijah Willard, who served as 
chaplain and soldier; was in the battle of White Plains. 

Miss Lilian Pike. 244 

Born in Arkansas. 

Descendant of Thomas Pike, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Pike and Mary Hamilton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Pike and Sarah Andrews, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Pike, who served as 
lieutenant of Massachusetts militia. 

Mrs. Jane Spofford. 24^ 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Harding Snow, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin Snow and Sophronia Holbrook, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harding Snow, who served as sol- 
dier and marine during the Revolution. 

Miss Rebecca Warren Brown. 246 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of John Warren, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Dr. John B. Brown and Rebecca Warren, 
his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 97 



Granddaughter of Dr. John Warren, Vv^ho served as 
surgeon in the army. 

Also grandniece of Gen. Joseph Warren, who was in 
the battle of Lexington. He was the orator on the 5th 
of March in the "Old South Church," when it was 
filled with British soldiers and ofiicers who threatened 
to kill any one who should speak on that day. Gen. 
Joseph Warren was killed at the battle of Bunker Hill 
in 1775. 

Mrs. Charles Arthur Carroll. 247 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of William Heath, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. William Leonard White and An- 
geline Heath Barclay, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Barclay and Sally 
Heath, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col- Samuel Heath and Mar- 
garet Turpin, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Heath, who 
served as major general in the Continental Army. He 
joined the "Ancient and Honorable " Artillery in 1754. 

Mrs. William M. Knight. 248 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Wm. Shattuck, of Vermont. 

Daughter of John Reuben Stone and Emily C. John- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reuben Stone and Philinda 
Shattuck, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj . Wm. Shattuck. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Shattuck. 

Samuel Shattuck served as a soldier in the Revolution . 
He was in the battles of Bunker Hill, Bennington, and 
Yorktown. He was a pensioner of the United States, 
and in the printed list of 1835 was stated to be 95 years 
old. 



98 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Jennie Morris Moore. 249 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Lewis Morris, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas Moore and Hannah Morris, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Walton Morris and Sarah 
Serina , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Jacob Morris and Polly 
Cox, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lewis Morris, signer of 
the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Annie M. Dyer Taylor. 250 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of John Trigg, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Brevet Maj. Gen. Alexander B. Dyer 
and Elizabeth Beersheba Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shubael Allen and Dinah Ayers 
Trigg, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Stephen Trigg and 
Elizabeth Clarke, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Trigg, who was 
major and commander of a battery of artillery at the 
siege of Yorktown. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Rodgers Smith. 2p 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Christopher Raymond Perry, of Rhode 
Island. 

Daughter of Commodore G. W. Rodgers and Anna 
Maria Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher R. Perry, who served 
as commodore in the Navy during the War of the Revo- 
lution. 

Granddaughter of John Rodgers, of Maryland, who 
served as captain at the battle of Long Island and major 
.at battle of Germantown. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 99 



Mrs. Anna S. Webster. 2^2 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of John Brevitt, born in England. 

Daughter of Judge George Brevitt Way and Jane Mc- 
Cord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Way, Jr., and Mary Ma- 
tilda Brevitt, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter' of John Brevitt, who served as 
lieutenant in the Fourth Regiment of Mar^dand Line ; 
was a member of the Mar>dand branch of the Society of 
the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Cattie F. Madeira. 2^3 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of John Reily, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of N. L. Finnell and Elizabeth Reily, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reily, who served as lieu- 
tenant in the Nineteenth Pennsylvania Regiment. 

Miss Sally Somervell Mackall. 2^4 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Capt. James Somervell. 

Daughter of Dr. Louis Mackall, Jr., and Margaret 
Whann McVean, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Mackall and Sarah Somer- 
vell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. John G. Mackall and 
Susan Somervell, his wife. He was an active patriot. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Somervell, who 
serv^ed as an officer in the Maryland Line ; also a mem- 
ber of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also descendant of Benjamin Mackall, who served as 
colonel in the Maryland Line, and was also a member 
of the Freemen of Maryland. 

Also descendant of Samuel Beall, member of the 
Maryland Convention of 1776. 



100 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Evelyn Johnson Hardin. 2^^ 

Born in KentucKy. 

Descendant of John Hardin, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lemuel Smith Hardin and Annie Jacob, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John J. Hardin and Sarah Ellen 
Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Martin D. Hardin and Eliza- 
beth Logan, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Hardin, who 
served as lieutenant in Virginia Rifle Corps and colonel 
of a regiment in Wayne's campaign. 

Mrs. Fanny I. Matthews. 2^6 

Born in Louisiana. 

Wife of p. B. Matthews. 

Descendant of Edmund Taylor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George . \VPoyles and Mary E. Taylor, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund H. Taylor and E. C. 
Thruston, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Edmund Taylor, who served 
as captain. 

Also descendant of Charles Minn Thruston, cap- 
tain of volunteers from Virginia ; was rector of a church 
in his native county, but threw aside the gown for the 
sword and raised a company of volunteers ; lost an arm 
in an attack on the Hessian picket near Amboy. 

Miss Susan Witherspoon McDowall. 297 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of John Witherspoon, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Douglas McDowall and Susan 
Kollock Witherspoon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Witherspoon and Susan Davis 
Kollock, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Witherspoon and Mary 
Jones, his wife. He was w^ounded at the battle of Ger- 
mantown. 



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Great-great-granddaughter of John Witherspoon, 
signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Also descendant of Shepherd Kollock and Isaac 
Arnett, both Revolutionary soldiers. 

Mrs. Mary McDowall Young. 2^8 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of George Graham Young. 

Descendant of John Witherspoon, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William D. McDowall and Susan Kol- 
lock Witherspoon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Witherspoon and Susan Davis 
Kollock, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Witherspoon and Mary 
Jones, his wife. He was wounded at the battle of Ger- 
mantown . 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Witherspoon, 
signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Also descendant of Shepherd Kollock and Isaac 
Arnett, both Revolutionary soldiers. 

Mrs. Elizabeth T. Bell. 2^9 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Richard Mace Head, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Augustus Tavel and Mary 
Agnes Knox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Julius Tavel and Evelina Head, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Mace Head, who 
ser\'ed as captain in Armand's legion of Pennsylvania 
Line. 

Mrs. Amanda M. Sinclair. 260 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Daniel W. Sinclair. 
Descendant of James Jeffers, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Henry William Hendricks and Cordreann 
Ackis, his wife. 



102 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John K. H. Ackis and Sarah Price 
Lining Daly, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John E. Ackis and Charlotte 
Jeffers Hogarth, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Hogarth and 
Priscilla Ann Jeffers, his wife. He was a Revolutionary 
soldier. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of James Jeffers, who 
served as soldier in a South Carolina regiment. 

Mrs. Katharine M. Duncan. 261 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of D'Arcy P. Duncan. 

Descendant of Wm. Richardson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Smythe Richardson and Agnes 
Davison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Smythe Richardson and 
Sophia H. , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John S. Richardson (Judge) 
and Elizabeth E. Buford, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Wm. Richardson, who 
served as quartermaster and also captain in First Regi- 
ment of South Carolina Riflemen. 

Also descendant of Thomas McCrea, of South Caro- 
lina, who served as private in the South Carolina Eine. 

Also descendant of Col. Buford, of Virginia, who 
served in the Revolution and died from the effects of his 
wounds. 

Mrs. Ellen Hall Grossman. 262 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. Heron Grossman. 

Descendant of Elihew Hall, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William M. Hall and Ellen Campbell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Hall and Esther Maclay, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elihew Hall, who served as 
colonel of a Maryland regiment. 



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Also descendant of William Maclay, of Pennsylvania, 
and Captain Fisher, of Wyoming Valley, Pa. The for- 
mer was a patriot holding civil office and the latter a 
Revolutionary soldier. 

Miss Louise McAllister. 263 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Mathew McAllister, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ward McAllister and Sarah T. Gibbons, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mathew Hale McAllister and 
Louisa Charlotte Cutler, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Mathew McAllister, an active 
patriot, and first United States district attorney of 
Georgia. 

Also descendant of Richard McAllister, who served 
as colonel in the Revolution and lieutenant of York 
county. Pa., in 1777. 

Mrs. May D. Russell Young. 264 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Russell Young. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Webster, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of James Gillman Dow and Mar}^ Ann 
Webster Vance, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Vance and Elizabeth Emer- 
son Webster, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Webster, who 
served as soldier in Col. Bidel's regiment. Gen. Stark's 
brigade. 

Mrs. Evelyn Beverley Douglas Wise. 26^ 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of John Sergeant Wise. 

Descendant of William Douglas, born in Scotland. 
Daughter of Hugh Douglas and Nancy Hamilton, his 
wife. 



104 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Patrick H. Douglas and Evelyn 
Beverley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Wm. Douglas, who 
served as an active organizer for the patriot army. 

Also descendant of Robert Beverley, of Virginia, Capt. 
Wm. Kinkead, Col. Landon Carter, and Richard Bland, 
well-known patriots. 

Miss Mary Haines Doremus. 266 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Stephen Haines, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas C. Doremus and Sarah Piatt 
Haines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Haines and Mary Ogden, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Stephen Haines, who ren- 
dered material service during the Revolution, and was 
at one time imprisoned by the British in the ' ' Old Sugar 
House " on Nassau street. New York. 

Also descendant of Capt. Thomas Cornelius Doremus 
and Robert Ogden, of New Jersey, both active patriots. 

Mrs. May Taylor Williamson Bowler. 267 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of James Taylor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George T. Williamson and Jane Taylor, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. James Taylor and Keturah 
Morse, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Taylor, who served as 
lieutenant colonel of Virginia militia under Gen. George 
Washington. 

Also descendant of Maj. Hugh Morse, a Revolution- 
ary soldier. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson Ward Doremus. 268 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Charles Avery Doremus. 



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105 



Descendant of James Taylor, of Virginia. 
Daughter of George Washington Ward and Josephine 
Beauharnais Harris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Horatio Harris and Keturah 

Taylor, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. James Taylor and 

Keturah Morse, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Taylor, who 
served as lieutenant colonel of Virginia militia. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Maj. Hugh Morse, a 
Revolutionary soldier. 

Mrs. Emily Nelson Ritchie McLean. 269 

Born in Mar>-land. 

Wife of Donald McLean. 
Descendant of Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 
Daughter of John Ritchie (Judge) and Betty Harri- 
son Maulsby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Wm. Pinkney Maulsby and 
Emily Nelson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Roger Nelson (Judge), who 
ser^-ed as lieutenant in the Fifth Regiment of Maryland, 
and after as general. He was severely wounded at the 
battle of Cowpens. 

Also the great-great-granddaughter of James Lack- 
land, who was commissioned by the Committee of 
Safety on May 14, 1776, to be second lieutenant of a 
company formed in the lower part of Frederick county. 
Also great-great-great-granddaughter of David Lynn, 
who was one of twelve judges of Frederick county, who 
on the 23d of November, 1765, repudiated the British 
Stamp Act, ignored its existence, and transacted the 
business of Frederick County Court as though the act 
had not been passed, making David Lynn one of the 
first to strike for American Independence. He also had 
three sons in the Revolutionary War. He was known 
as one of the " twelve immortals." 



106 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Alice C. Bakewell. 270 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Allan C. Bakewell. 

Descendant of Fergus Moorhead, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Moorhead and Annie Turner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Moorhead and Jane Mc- 
Elhoes, his wife. He was ensign in Second Regiment 
of L,evies, and wounded at St. Clair's defeat in 1791. 

Great-granddaughter of Fergus Moorhead, who served 
as commanding officer of frontier militia during the 
winter of 1776-77. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Love Marquand. 271 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of H. G. Marquand. 

Descendant of Thomas Allen, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Allen and Eunice Larned, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Allen, a clergyman, called 
the " fighting- parson." He raised a company and was 
in the battle of Bennington, and afterwards served as 
soldier in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Margaret Louise Baker Harrison. 272 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Wm. Henry Harrison. 

Descendant of Peter Baker, of Long Island, N. Y. 

Daughter of Peter Carpenter Baker and Malvina 
Lockwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John S. Baker and Margaret Boyce, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter Baker, who commanded 
a platoon at the battle of Saratoga. 

Also descended from Lieut. Increase Carpenter, 
Abraham Boyce, and James Bohner, all soldiers in the 
Revolution. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 107 



Miss Mary VanBuren Vanderpoel. 273 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Thomas Keith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Abraham B. Vanderpoel and Harriet 
Goodwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Goodwin and Susannah 
Keith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Keith, who served as 
captain of a company from Easton, Mass. 

Mrs. Caroline Stockton McGill. 274 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Hon. Alex. S. McGill, chancellor of New 
Jersey. 

Descendant of Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George Tyler Olmstead and Hannah Bou- 
dinot Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Field and Abigail Stockton, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Stockton, signer of 
the Declaration of Independence. 

Miss Julia Rush Olmstead. 27^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George Tyler Olmstead and Hannah 
Boudinot Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Field and Abigail Stockton, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Stockton, signer of 
the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Margaret Herbert Mather. 276 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of DeWitt Clinton Mather. 
Descendant of James Morgan, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Jacob Van Wickle Herbert and Eliza J. 
Smock, his wife. 



108 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Obadiah Herbert and Margaret So- 
phia VanWickle, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob VanWickle and Sarah 
Morgan, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Morgan, who 
served as captain in the Second Regiment of Middlesex 
county militia and New Jersey State troops. 

Miss Edith Herbert Mather. 277 

Bom in New Jersey. 

Descendant of James Morgan, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of DeWitt Clinton Mather and Margaret 
Herbert, his wife. 
See N. No. 276. 

Mrs. Georgia Moore de Fontaine. 278 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Felix G. de Fontaine. 

Descendant of Charles Vigneron, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Rev. George W. Moore and Elizabeth 
Vigneron, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Norbert Vigneron and Sarah Tous- 
siger, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Vigneron, who was 
one of the sixty-one citizens of Newport, R. I., who were 
arrested by the British in 1777 for having set fire to the 
forage of the British troops in order to create a diversion 
of their forces when the island was attacked. 

Also great-granddaughter of Stephen Toussiger, of 
South Carolina, a Revolutionary soldier, who was cap- 
tured and imprisoned by the British, and died in prison. 

Mrs. Julia Jane Agnes Rockafellow. 279 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Ferdinand Vandevere Rockafellow. 
Descendant of Hendrick Fisher, born in the Palati- 
nate. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL, 109 



Daughter of Sylvanus Ayres and Eliza Ellen Fisher, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hendrick Fisher and Mary Brokaw, 
his wife. Her father, Caleb, was a soldier in the Revo- 
lution. 

Great-granddaughter of John Fisher and Margaret 
McCrea, his wife. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Hendrick Fisher, who 
served as member of the Assembly and president of 
Provincial Congress of New Jersey, and chairman of 
the Committee of Safety. 

Miss Grace Ferdinand Rockafellovv. 280 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Hendrick Fisher. 

Daughter of Ferdinand Vandevere Rockafellow and 
Julia Jane Agnes Ayres, his wife. 
See N. No. 279. 

Mrs. Anita Hargous de Forest. 281 

Born in Mexico. 

Wife of George B. de Forest. 

Descendant of Jean Illion Hargous, born in Bayonne, 
in the south of France. 

Daughter of Eouis Stanislaus Hargous and Susan 
Jeanette Gallagher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jean Illion Hargous, who was 
captain in command of the French ship ' ' Jason , ' ' under 
orders of Count de Grasse, and who served during the 
Revolution . 

Miss Ella Munroe Bowman. 282 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Thaddeus Bowman, of Mas.-5achusetts. 

Daughter of Col. Samuel Bowman and Sarah Mer- 
schen Titus, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Isaac Bowman and Mary 
Blinn Smith, his wife. 



110 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. Joseph Bowman and 
Katherine Munroe, his wife. He commanded a battalion 
at the battle of Bennington. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Thaddeus Bow- 
man, who served at the battle of Lexington and who 
galloped into town with the news of the cei tain approach 
of the British. 

Also descendant of Ellett Howell, who served as 
lieutenant of First Regiment of Hunterdon and assistant 
• quartermaster. 

Mrs. Augusta Dorrance Farnham. 283 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of George Dorrance, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Dorrance, D. D., and Penelope 
Mercer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Dorrance and Nancy 
Buckingham, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Dorrance, who served 
as lieutenant in the Second Company of the Twenty-fourth 
Regiment of Connecticut militia, and after as lieutenant 
colonel of a regiment formed to resist the invasion of the 
English and Indians under John Butler. He was killed 
in the massacre that followed. 

Mrs. Jane Claudia Johnson. 284 

Born in North CaroHna. 

Wife of Gen. Bradley T. Johnson. 

Descendant of Wm. Johnson, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of R. M. Saunders and Anna Hays Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Johnson and Sarah Bennett, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Johnson, who served as 
captain of artillery 1776-81. Sarah, wife of Wm. John- 
son, was ordered out of the province by Sir Henry 
Clinton for the aid and sympathy given to the Revolu- 
tion. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. Ill 



Also descendant of Wm. Saunders, of North Carolina, 
who served as captain of North Carolina Line. 

Mrs. Stella Dorrance Reynolds. 28^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. George Dorrance, of Con- 
necticut. 

See N. No. 283. 

Miss Mary A. Sharpe. 286 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Nathan Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Sharpe and Sally Patterson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Patterson and Mary Deni- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathan Denison, who served 
as colonel in the patriot forces at the battle of Wyoming. 

Mrs. Stanley Butler Woodward. 287 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Hon. Stanley Woodward. 

Descendant of Zebulon Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Lord Butler and Cornelia Richards, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lord Butler and Mary Pierce, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler, who ser\-ed 
as colonel of the Second Connecticut Regiment. He was 
a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also descended from Samuel Richards, captain in the 
Third Connecticut Regiment. 

Mrs. Margaret Sterling Postley. 288 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Clarence Ashley Postley. 

Descendant of Abijah Sterling, of Connecticut. 



112 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Alexander Frederic Sterling and Eliza- 
beth Jordan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Fred. Abijah Sterling and Sarah 
Judson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abijah Sterling, who served 
as sergeant and captain in Col. Whitney's (Fourth Con- 
necticut) regiment. 

Mrs. Margaret Downing Lauman Robinson. 289 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Trumbull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of David T. Lauman and Margaret Down- 
ing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter L,auman and Abigail Trum- 
bull, his wife. 

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

Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Trumbull, who 
served as the Revolutionary governor of Connecticut ; he 
was a great friend of Washington's, and the phrase, 
"We must consult Brother Jonathan," was so often 
used by him that it spread through the army and coun- 
try, and "Brother Jonathan" became a national and 
generic name for an American everywhere. Trumbull 
was denounced by the British Government as the ' ' Rebel 
Governor " and a price was set upon his head. 

Mrs. Mary Wright Wootton. 290 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Edwin H. Wootton. 

Descendant of Samuel Kellett Bradford, born in Eng- 
land. 

Daughter of Gen. H. G. Wright, U.S.A., and Louisa 
M. Bradford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Kellett Bradford and Emily 
Slaughter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Kellett Bradford, who 
served as captain of artillery in the Virginia Continental 



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Line, and major and aid-de-camp to Gen. Weedon. 
Original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also descendant of James Slaughter, of Culpeper 
(Va.) Committee of Safety and minute man at battle of 
Great Bridge. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Moffat. 291 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Moffat. 

Descendant of James Brickett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Peter Yates Harris and Caroline Brickett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Brickett and Abigail Bradley, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Brickett, who organized 
the Haverhill artillery company and was its first captain ; 
afterwards was promoted brigadier general; he was presi- 
dent of a court-martial held at Albany for the trial of 
Arnold, December 2, 1776. 

Mrs. Anna DeWitt Lamberton. 292 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles L- Lamberton. 

Descendant of Maj. Thomas DeWitt, of New York. 

Daughter of Jacob Hasbrouck DeWitt and Sarah Ann 
Sleight, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas DeWitt, who served as 
captain of the Third Company of the Third Regiment of 
the New York Continental Line. 

Also, in the maternal line, great-granddaughter of 
Brig. Gen. Jacobus Swartwout. 

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Holden Fairman. 293 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Fairman. 

Descendant of Jonathan Holden, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Holden and Lydia Ann Cook, his 
wife. 



114 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Holden and Sarah LeCain , 
his first wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Holden, who served 
as a soldier. 

Miss Evelina H. Fairman. 294 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Holden, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Col. James Fairman and Sarah Elizabeth 
Holden, his wife. 
See N. No. 293. 

Miss Kate O'Connor. ^ 29^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Philips, born in South Wales. 

Daughter of James O'Connor and Elizabeth Scott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Scott and Sarah Watson, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Scott and Mary Philips, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Philips, who 
served as captain of Second Company of Seventh Penn- 
sylvania Battalion. 

Miss Helen L. Fairman. 296 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Jonathan Holden, of Massachusetts. 
See N. Nos. 293 and 294. 

Miss Ellen Way Williams. 297 

Born in Oregon. 

Descendant of Robert Yates, of New York. 

Daughter of George H. Williams and Catharine 
Helena Van Antwerp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ver Planck Van Antwerp and Jane 
Maria Yates, his wife. 



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Great-granddaughter of John Van Ness Yates and 
Eliza Ross Cunningham, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Yates, who 
served as member of Committee of Safety and member 
of Convention which framed the Constitution of these 
United States. 

Miss Louise Watson Clarke. 298 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of John Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Augustus Clarke and Louisa Stoughton 
Watson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Clarke and Harriet 
Butler, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Butler and Huldah 
Brown, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Brown, who served 
as colonel of Massachusetts troops in 1776. 

Also great-granddaughter of Marston Watson, of 
Marblehead, who served as lieutenant in Col. Glover's 
(Marblehead) regiment. 

Mrs. Sarah Frances Tracy. 299 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William H. Tracy. 

Descendant of Kenneth Hankinson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Gustavus Adolphus Hankinson (M. D.) 
and Deborah Remsen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Hankinson and Sarah Dun- 
ham, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Kenneth Hankinson, who 
served as captain in Col. David Forman's battalion. 

Also descendant of Jacob Fford, colonel of Eastern 
Battalion of Morris county. New Jersey. 

Mrs. Isabelle Lydden Thomas Gallaher. 300 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of R. Eccleston Gallaher. 
Descendant of Billy Porter, of Massachusetts. 



116 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Isaac Thomas and Harriet Porter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benj. Jones Porter and Arethusa 
Dodge Bowers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benj , Jones Porter and Eliz- 
abeth Lydden King, his wife. She was the sister of 
Rufus King, who served during the Revolution, and was 
first minister to England under Washington. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Billy Porter, who served 
during the entire war in the Continental Eine and rose 
to be major. 

Mrs. Frances Edna Allen. 301 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Allen. 

Daughter of Chauncey H. Burgess and Ruth Ann 
Hyde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Hyde and Rebecca Stark, 
his wife. He was in the battle of Bennington. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob Hyde and Hannah 
Hazen, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jacob Hyde, a captain 
in the Revolution. 

Also descended from William Danforth Palmer Bur- 
gess, a Revolutionary soldier, and Maj. Gen. John 
Stark. 

Miss Josephine Giraud Elsworth. 302 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Elsworth and Phoebe Ann 
Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Osborne, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Martin, who served 
as a soldier in the New Jersey Line and in the body- 
guard of the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental 
Army till the close of the war. . 



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Miss Jeanne C. Irwin-Martin. 303 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Irwin-Martin and Kate Clarke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mulford Marsh Martin and Jane 
Joanna Irwin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Os- 
borne, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Martin, who 
served as soldier in New Jersey Line and afterwards in 
the bodyguard of the Commander-in-Chief of the Con- 
tinental Army till the close of the Revolution. 

Miss Carrie Halsted. 304 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Oliver Spencer, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Oliver Spencer Halsted and Martha Adela 
Meeker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver S. Halsted and Mary Hat- 
field, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Caleb Halsted and Anna 
Spencer, his wife. 

Great- great-granddaughter of Oliver Spencer, who 
served as colonel of Spencer's regiment. Continental 
Army. 

Miss Martha Armitage. 30^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Spencer, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Herbert Grayson Armitage and Helen 
Harbeck Halsted, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Spencer Halsted and Martha 
Adela Meeker, his wife. 

See N. No. 304. 

Mrs. Helen Harbeck Armitage. 306 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Herbert Grayson Armitage. 



118 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Spencer, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Oliver Spencer Halsted and Martha Adela 
Meeker, his wife. 
See N. No. 304. 

Mrs. DuxiE Halsted Rudisch. 307 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Oliver Spencer. 
Daughter of Oliver Spencer Halsted and Martha Adela 
Meeker, his wife. 
See N. No. 304. 

Miss Laura Sylvina Heilner. 308 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Zebulon Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Marcus G. Heilner and Sylvina Mallery 
Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zebulon Butler and Jemima Fish, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler, who served 
as colonel of the Second Connecticut Regiment. 

309 



310 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 119 



Mrs. Sally Ewing Marshall Hardy. 311 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of William J. Hardy. 

Descendant of John Marshall, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Burwell Marshall and Sally 
Moore Ewing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Keith Marshall and Claudia 
Hamilton Burwell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Marshall, who served 
as lieutenant and then captain in the Eleventh Virginia 
Regiment, Culpeper minute men, afterwards chief jus- 
tice of the United States Supreme Court. 

Also descendant of Thomas Marshall, colonel of Third 
Regiment, Virginia Line. 

Mrs. Mary Chase Steele Mills. 312 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of A. G. Mills. 

Descendant of Samuel Chase, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Porter Steele and Frances Hen- 
rie Barney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bedford Barney and Mary 
Chase, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Chase, signer of the 
Declaration of Independence, and justice of the Supreme 
Court of the United States. 

Great-granddaughter of John Steele, major general 
in the Revolutionary Army, and Josiah Barney, commo- 
dore in the Revolutionary Navy; both were members of 
the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Mary Lanman Douw Ferris. 313 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Morris P. Ferris. 

Descendant of Volckert P. Douw, of New York. 
Daughter of John DePeyster Douw and Marianna 
Chandler Lanman, his wife. 



120 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. " 

Granddaughter of John DePeyster Douw and Cath- 
erine Douw Gansevoort, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Volckert P. Douw, who 
served as vice president of the First Provincial Congress. 

Mrs. Mary Gertrude Munson Greene. 314 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Richard Henry Greene. 

Descendant of Joseph Kirk Munson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Beach Munson and Amelia C. 
Sperry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Munson and Mabel Beach, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Kirk Munson, who 
was a drummer boy (in his thirteenth year) in Capt. 
Joseph Birdseye's company of Fourth Regiment of Con- 
necticut militia. 

Also descended from Harthon Ramsdell and Marshall 
Ailing, privates in Massachusetts and Connecticut reg- 
iments. 

Mrs. Mary Nichols Townshend. 31^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Townshend. 

Descendant of John Falconer, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Smith Lockwood and Sarah Fal- 
coner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Falconer and Nancy 
Stephens, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Falconer, who served 
as captain in Gen. Thomas' regiment, Continental Line. 

Miss Mary L Townshend. 316 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of John Falconer, of New York. 
Daughter of John Townshend and Mary Nichols, his 
wife. 

See N. No. 315. 



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Mrs. Evelyn Baker Harvier. 3^^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Leon Harvier. 

Descendant of John Baker, of Massachusetts . 

Daughter of George Azariah Appleton Baker and 
Charlotte Elizabeth Burgess, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Kelsey Baker and Betsey Ross 
Appleton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Baker, who served as a 
soldier of Mason's (Massachusetts) artillery. 

Mrs. Josephine Brodhead Barnes. 319 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Brodhead, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Brodhead and Josephine Mc- 
Munn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel M. Brodhead and Eliza Bar- 
ton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Brodhead and Kathe- 
rine ■ , his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Brodhead, who 
served as general in command at Fort Pitt. 

Mrs. Julia Hubbell Treat. 320 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Rev. Chas. Russell Treat. 

Descendant of Wolcott Hubbell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Algernon Sidney Hubbell and Julia Jack- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wolcott Hubbell, who ser^^ed as 
minute man in the battle of Bennington. 

Also descendant of Col . John Brincheohoff, whose house 
on Long Island was Gen. Washington's headquarte rs. 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Effie Rose Andrews. 321 

Boru in New York. 

Descendant of Miles Andros, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Madison Andrews and Effie Coch- 
ran, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James M. Andrews and Rosanna 
Brown, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jason Andrews and Anna 
Whillock, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Miles Andros, who 
served as corporal in Capt. Hezekiah Willis' company, 
Wolcott's regiment, Connecticut militia. 

Mrs. Mary Isabella Heilner. 322 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward Monroe Heilner. 

Descendant of Jacob Strembeck, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Strembeck and Lucy Ann Russell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Strembeck, who served as 
private, drummer, and ensign in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Emma Warner Baltazzl 32^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Xenophon Baltazzi. 

Descendant of Andrew Engle, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel Adams Warner and Maria Engle 
Lovett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lovett and Maria Engle, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Engle, who served as 
lieutenant in the Third Pennsylvania Regiment. 

Mrs. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. 324 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Edward Pratt, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Marcus H. Wheeler and Sarah J. Pratt, 
his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 123 



Granddaughter of Wm. E. Pratt, and Abigail , 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Edward Pratt, who served as 
soldier in the Massachusetts Continental Line. 

Mrs. Anne Wroe Scollay Low. p^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Hon. Seth Low. 

Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Curtis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Robbins Curtis and Anna 
Wroe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Curtis and Lois Robbins, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Benjamin Curtis, who 
served as surgeon in the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Caroline E. Mulligan. ^26 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William Mulligan. 

Descendant of Rev. James Caldwell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Francis Doremus and Eliza DeHart 
Canfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Canfield and Margaret Cald- 
well, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Rev. James Caldwell, who 
served as chaplain and commissary of the New Jersey 
troops. 

Mrs. Emily Isyphena Schober. 327 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of John Hart. 

Daughter of John Hart and Sarah S. Reeves, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Hart and Mary White, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jesse Hart and Martha Mat- 
tison, his wife. 

Great -great -granddaughter of John Hart, signer of 
the Declaration of Independence, 



'124 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Clorinda W. Shoemaker Stearns. 328 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Irving A. Stearns. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lazarus Denison Shoemaker and Esther 
Wadhams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Shoemaker and Elizabeth 
Denison, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathan Denison, who served 
as colonel in Connecticut troops. 

Mrs. Grace Fuller Reynolds. 329 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Benjamin Reynolds. 

Descendant of Eleazer Eindsley, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry M. Fuller and Harriet Tharp, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Michael Tharp and Jerusha Linds- 
ley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazar Lindsley, who serv^ed 
as member of New Jersey Assembly and colonel on 
Gen. Lafayette's staff. 

Mrs. Mary Eloise Thruston Keller. 330 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Charles Sebastian Keller. 

Descendant of Charles Mynn Thruston, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Louis A. Brand and Susan Augusta 
Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund H. Taylor and Eloise 
Courtney Thruston, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Mynn Thruston, cap- 
tain of a company of volunteers raised through his per- 
sonal efforts in the county of Frederick, Va. 

Miss Virginia Tayloe Lewis. 331 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Fielding Lewis, of Virginia. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 125 



Daughter of Henry Howell Lewis and Anne Ogle 
Tayloe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lewis and Sarah Attaway 
Miller, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. George Lewis and 
Catharine Dangerfield, his wife. He commanded Wash- 
ington's bodyguard in the battle of Princeton. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and 
Betty Washington, only sister of George Washington. 
He served as colonel and quartermaster. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Amelia Sayre Dawson. 332 

Born iu Canada. 

Wife of Rodman B. Dawson. 

Descendant of Ephraim Lockhart Whitlock, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Samuel Aldsworth Sayre and Elizabeth 
Davis Telfair, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Telfair and Mary Ann Whit- 
lock, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim L. Whitlock, who 
served as ensign, second and first lieutenant, and adju- 
tant through the Revolution. He was a member of the 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Martha Berrien Duncan. 333 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William Duncan. 

Descendant of John Berrien, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. Richard M. Berrien and Elizabeth 
Boiling Delony, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Berrien, who entered the 
army at seventeen years of age, made the campaign of 
the Jerseys, was in the battle of Monmouth, and rose to 
be brigade major. 

Mrs. Jenny Gary Skipwith Foute. 334 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Greene Pulaski Foute. 



126 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Greene, of Rhode 
Island. 

Daughter of George Greene Skipwith and Mary Anne 
Newsum, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peyton Skipwith and Cornelia Lott 
Greene, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Greene, who served 
as brigadier general, quartermaster general, and major 
general during the war. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Eleanor Baxter. 331^ 

±?orn in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Myron I,. Baxter. 

Descendant of John Paterson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George F. Osborn and Josephine A. 
Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Peck Osborn and Mary Ann 
Seymour, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ira Seymour and Ruth Pater- 
son, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Paterson, who 
raised a regiment of minute men in Berkshire county, 
Mass., and was colonel thereof; rose to be brigadier 
general and served as such until the close of the Revo- 
lution. 

Mrs. Annie Maria Yeager Reeme. 336 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Josiah Benjamin Reeme. 

Descendant of Johann Conrad Yeager, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of Joshua Yeager and Maria Grim, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Johann Conrad Yeager, who serv^ed 
as chaplain. 

Also descended from Peter Shimer, who served as 
soldier in the German volunteers from Pennsylvania. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 127 



Mrs. Anna Scott Block. 337 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Williard T. Block. 

Descendant of John Piper, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William P. Scott and Mary Piper, his 
wife . 

Granddaughter of John Piper and Margaret Oils, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Piper, who served as 
member of Provincial Constitutional Convention and 
as colonel in the Pennsylvania militia. 

Mrs. Laura Canfeld Spencer Fessenden. 338 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Benjamin A. Fessenden. 

Descendant of Andrew Adams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Abraham Child Dayton and Maria Annis 
Tomlinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Tomlinson and Cornelia 
Laura Adams, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams and Annie 
Canfeld, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams, who 
served as patriot, legislator, and councilor in Connec- 
ticut. 

Mrs. Frances M. Stuart. 339 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Widow of Charles B. Stuart. 

Descendant of Simon Spalding, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Welles and Sarah Spalding, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Spalding and Wealthy Anne 
Gore, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Simon Spalding, who served 
as captain in the Continental Line during the Revolu- 
tion. 



128 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Chara Conant Wait. 340 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Horatio Loomis Wait. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Conant, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James lyOng and Cerusa Conant, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Conant and Chara Broughton, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Conant, who served 
as lieutenant in Col. Whitcomb's regiment of Massachu- 
setts volunteers and adjutant of Col. Stearns' regiment 
at Saratoga. 

Mrs. Isabella Duffield Goodwin. 341 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Daniel Goodwin. 

Descendant of Samuel Pitts, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Pitts and Sarah Merrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Pitts and Elizabeth Mount- 
fort, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Pitts, who served in 
the Hancock Cadets, was a Son of Liberty, and a mem- 
ber of the Committee of Correspondence in Boston, 
Mass. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gore Miller. 342 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Milton Beach Miller. 

Descendant of Daniel Gore, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Chester Gore and Ruama Beers, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Gore and Clarissa Capron, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Daniel Gore, who served as 
lieutenant in Capt. Durkee's company of Pennsylvania 
Line; was in the battle of 3d of July, 1778, at Winter- 
mort's Fort. 

Also descended from Gen. Israel Putnam, who served 
as major general of the Colonial Army. 



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^. yV/^i^)-5. LOCK WOOD, 

Historian General. 



1. MARY DESHA, 

I 'ice-President General. 

2. EUGENIA WASHINGTON, $■ MRS. A. HOWARD CLARKE, 

Registrar General. Registrar General. 

3. ELLEN HARDIN WALWORTH, 6. MRS. JOHN W. ROSTER, 

Corresponding Secretary General. I'ice-President General. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 129 



Mrs. Caroline Fairfield Corbin. M3 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Calvin R. Corbin. 

Descendant of Solomon Cleveland, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Wm. Fairfield and Hannah D. 
Chandler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Chandler and Hannah 
Cleveland, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Solomon Cleveland, who 
served as captain of a company in battle of Long 
Island. 

Miss Marian Allen Robins. 344 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Thomas Crafts, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Robins and Mary Rebecca Per- 
kins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Robins and Susan Park- 
man Blake, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan D. Robins and 
Frances Crafts, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Crafts, who 
served as lieutenant and after as colonel of a regiment 
of train of artillery. 

Mrs. Phebe Dake Cleveland. 34^ 

Born in iSii in New York. 

Wife of Daniel T. Cleveland. 

Descendant of Charles Dake, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Charles Dake, of Rhode Island, who 
served in the Revolution from 1779-84. 

Also descendant of Charles Dake and Rev. William 
Wait, both of whom were in the battle of Bennington. 

Mrs. Eva J. Hopkins Hamilton. 34^ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of H. Howard Hamilton. 



130 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Smith Weed, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Richards Hopkins and Amelia 
Matilda Weed, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Smith Weed, commissary in 
Continental Army. 

Also descendant of Gerrit H. Van Wagenen and 
Col. Wm. J. Van Vrendenburg, who did valiant service 
for their country in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Frederica Ellsworth Marshall. 347 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Daniel Bedinger, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Frederick Ellsworth and Susan Peyton 
Bedinger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Bedinger, who served as 
ensign bearer, was wounded and taken by the enemy at 
the battle of Brandy wine, was retained a prisoner till 
the British evacuated Philadelphia in 1778, afterwards 
served as captain till the end of the Revolution. 

Mrs. Nannie K. Beckwith. 348 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Samuel Humes Kerfoot and Annie W. 
Lawrence, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otho Wm. Lawrence and Catherine 
Murdock Nelson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Roger Nelson, who served as 
soldier in Col. Augustine Washington's troop of horse ; 
rose to be brigadier general . 

Also descendant of William Murdock, of Maryland, 
one of the three members of the Continental Congress 
chosen to sign the protest against the Stamp Act, and a 
declaration of the rights of the Colonies to impose their 
own taxes . 

Mrs. Mary A. Hopkins. -349 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Alonzo H. Hopkins. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 13 1 



Descendant of Benjamin Chew, of Maryland. 

Daughter of James Chew and Jane Ann Negus, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of and , 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Chief Justice Benjamin Chew, 
patriot, who served in many civil offices during the 
Revolution. 

Miss Ellen A. Martin. 3^0 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Elias Carter, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Abrani Martin and Mary Eliza Burnham, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliphalet Burnham and Belvidera 
Carter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elijah Carter and Sarah 
Ballard, his wife. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Elias Carter, who served 
as a soldier in the Revolution. 

Also descendant of Thomas Pier and his son Levi, both 
of whom fought as soldiers in the Continental Army. 

Miss Violet Oldershaw Shreve. 3p 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of William Shreve, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Euther M. Shreve and Julia P. , 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Shreve, who served as 
soldier in the Maryland Line. 

Mrs. Annie W. L. Kerfoot. 3^2 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Otho W illiam Lawrence and Catherine 
Murdock Nelson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roger Nelson, who served in the 
Maryland Line and rose to be brigadier general. 

See N. No. 348. 



132 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary H. Krout. 3^^ 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of George Brown, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert Kennedy Krout and Caroline 
Vancleve, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ryland T. Brown and Mary Reeder, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Brown, who served as 
captain of a company of Virginia militia ; was at York- 
town at the surrender of Cornwallis. 

Also descendant of Jacob Krout, a soldier under Gen. 
Ashe, and killed at Brier Creek. 

Mrs. Mary Spalding Brown. 3^4 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Wm. Thayer Brown. 

Descendant of Simon Spalding, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Lawrence Spalding and Harriet 
Irene Goodwill Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Harry Spalding and Lemira 
Satterlee, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. John Spalding and 
Wealthy Ann Gore, his wife. He was a soldier in the 
Revolution. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Simon Spalding, who 
served as captain during the entire Revolution. 

Also descendant of Obadiah Gore, who served as lieu- 
tenant during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Alice Armstrong Lyon Burke. 3^^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edmund Burke. 

Descendant of William Lyon, born in Ireland, lived 
in Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Lyon and Catharine Mulhollan , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lyon and Hettie Broome, 
his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 133 

Great-granddaughter of William Lyon, who served 
as a member of the Committee of Safety. 

Mrs. J. P. Hart. 3^6 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Admatha Blodgett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Phineas Merrick Blodgett and Matilda 
Thomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Admatha Blodgett, who served as 
private in the Massachusetts Line. ^ 

Mrs. Frances Welles Shepard. 3^7 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Simon Spalding, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Col. Charles B. Stuart and Frances Maria 
Welles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Welles and Sarah Spalding, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Spalding and Wealthy 
Ann Gore, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Simon Spalding, who 
served as captain in the Continental Line. 

Also descended from George Welles, Col. Elizur Tal- 
cott, John Spalding, and Obadiah Gore, soldiers and 
patriots. 

Miss Jennie M. Paul. 3^8 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of John Paul, born in Scotland and lived 
in Virginia. 

Daughter of A. W. Paul and Mary M. Sharp, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Zachariah Paul and Ann Thompson, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Paul and Kile, 

his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Wm. Paul and 

• , his wife. 



134 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Great-great-great-granddaughter of John Paui. and 
, his wife. 



John Paul Jones (son of John Paul), commander of 
the frigate Bonne Homme Richard. 

[Paper incorrectly made out ; MUST claim through 
the MOTHER of John Paul Jones.] 

Mrs. Mary E. Bundy. 3^9 

Born in Illinois. 

Wifeof J. C. Bundy. 

Descendant of Abel Camp, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stevens Sanborn Jones and Lavinia 
Malvina Camp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Gould Camp and Huldah 
Robinson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abel Camp and Anna Man- 
ning, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Abel Camp, who served 
as soldier in the Connecticut militia. 

Mrs. Clara M. P. Parson. 360 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Abel Camp, of Connecticut. 

See N. No. 359. 

Miss Josephine Nelson Manning. 361 

Born in Mary and. 

Descendant of Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Manning and Emma Nelson, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Madison Nelson and Josephine 
Marcilly, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Roger Nelson, who served 
from private to brigadier general in the Maryland Line, 
during the Revolution. 

Miss Emma Nelson Manning. 362 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 
See N. No. 361. 



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Miss Laura Miranda Hubbard. 36^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Peter Hubbard, Jr., ensign in New 
Hampshire L,ine. 

Daughter of Theodore Hubbard, Jr., and Anne Ward 
Ballou, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Theodore Hubbard, Sr., and Dor- 
othy Willson, his wife. 

Great- granddaughter of Peter Hubbard, Jr., who was 
an ensign in the New Hampshire I,ine of the Revohi- 
tionary Army. 

Mrs. Mary Conyngham Parrish. 364 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles Parrish. 

Descendant of Zebulon Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Nesbit Conyngham and Ruth Ann 
Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of L,ord Butler and Mary Pierce, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler, who served 
as colonel in the Continental Line. 

Also descended from David Hayfield Conyngham, 
patriot and soldier. 

Miss Anna C. Parrish. 36^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Parrish and Mary Conyngham, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 364. 

Miss Eleanor Mayer Parrish. 366 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Parrish and Mary Conyngham , 
his wife. 

See N. No. 364. 



136 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Helen Kearny Vreeland. 367 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Philip Freneau, of New York. 

Daughter of Dr. C. Townsend Harris and Marianna 
lyCadbeater, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward L,eadbeater and Agnes W. 
Freneau, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Philip Freneau, patriot. 

Miss Phoebe Anne Elsworth Hiler. 368 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Selah Hiler and Catharine Martin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Osborne, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Martin, who served 
as soldier in Washington's bodyguard. 

Mrs. Emeline Walker. 369 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James H. Walker. 

Descendant of William Tate, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Tate and Virginia Potter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Tate and Elizabeth New- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Tate, who was a 
privateersman during the war. 

Miss Fannie Everett Brown. 370 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of James Brown, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Francis Everett Brown and Mary Jane 
Simmons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Richards Brown and 
Elizabeth Everett, his wife. 



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Great-granddaughter of James Brown, who served as 
soldier in the Revolution. 

Also descended from James Simmons, a soldier. 

Mrs. Catharine Lorillard Kernochan. 371 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James P. Kernochan. 

Descendant of John Lasher, of New York. 

Daughter of Peter Lorillard and Catherine Griswold, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Griswold and Catherine 
Anne Lasher, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Lasher, who served as 
colonel in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Louisa S. Bell. 372 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Peter Van Burgh Livingston, of New 
York. 

Daughter of Henry R. Sadler and Catharine A. Mc- 
intosh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jno. H. Mcintosh and Eliza Bay- 
ard, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nicholas Bayard and Cath- 
arine Livingston, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Peter Van Burgh Liv- 
ingston, who served as delegate to the First and Second 
Congresses, and was made treasurer of Congress in 1776. 

Mrs. Mary Robert Williams. 373 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Leonidas Polk Williams. 

Descendant of John Robert, of New York. 

Daughter of Philip Rhinelander Robert and Frances 
Ogden Blackwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Robert and Catharine Coe, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Robert, who served as 
colonel in the Continental Army. 



138 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Estelle E. Doremus. 374 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Hubbard Skidmore, of New York. 

Daughter of Hubbard Skidmore, who served as pri- 
vate in the Continental Line. His father, Zophar Skid- 
more, was an ofl&cer in the Revolution. 

Also descendant of Thomas Cornelius Doremus, cap- 
tain in the Continental Army. 

Miss Estelle E. Doremus. 37^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Thomas Cornelius Doremus, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Robert Ogden Doremus and Estelle E. 
Skidmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thos. Cornelius Doremus and 
Sarah Piatt Haines, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Cornelius Thomas Doremus 
and Eleanor Mandeville, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Cornelius Dore- 
mus, who served as captain during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Caroline Brickett Stewart. 376 

Born in New York. 

Widow of William H. Stewart. 

Descendant of James Brickett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Moffat and Mary E. Harris, his. 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Yates Harris and Caroline 
Brickett, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Moses Brickett and Abigail 
Bradley, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Brickett, who 
served as lieutenant colonel in command of a regiment 
at the occupation of Bunker Hill on the night of June 
16, 1775, and until wounded on the following day. He 
was made brigadier general Jul};- ii, 1776. 



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Mrs. Louise Frances Rowe. 377 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Harvey Neilson Rowe. 

Descendant of James Schureman, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. Richard Sluyter and Lydia Mary 
Williamson Schureman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Schureman, who commanded 
a company of minute men in the battle of Long Island, 
and who served throughout the Revolution. 

Mrs. May Saxton. 378 

Born in Texas. 

Descendant of Benjamin Birdsall, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Jenkins and Ellen Ely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Ely and Elizabeth Birdsall, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Birdsall, who served 
as lieutenant colonel of the Fifth Regiment of New 
York militia. 

Miss Adelaide Stagg Titus. 379 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Stagg, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Titus and Sarah Adelaide Stagg, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Peter Stagg and Sarah S. Town, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Stagg and Catherine 
Eincoln, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Stagg, who served 
as commissary general in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Virginia Stagg Barrow. 380 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James Thomas Barrow. 
Descendant of John Stagg, of New York. 



140 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of John Peter Stagg and Sarah S. Town, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Stagg and Catherine Lincohi , 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Stagg, who served as 
commissary general in the Continental Army. 

Miss Annie Whiting Irwin-Martin. 381 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Irwin-Martin and Kate Clarke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mulford Marsh Martin and Jane 
Joanna Irwin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Os- 
borne, his wife. 

Great-great-grandaughter of William Martin, who 
served as soldier in the New Jersey Line and in the 
bodyguard of the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental 
Army. 

Mrs. Linie Kiersted Trafton. 382 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Wm. Heniy Trafton. 

Descendant of Ann VeZang Kiersted, of New York. 

Daughter of Christopher Kiersted and Sarah Adelaide 
Turck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher C. Kiersted and Mar- 
garet Ann Gale, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Christopher Kiersted and 
Leah DuBois, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Roeloff Kiersted and 
Ann VeZang, his wife, who, during the absence of her 
husband and sons, who served in the army, armed some 
of the slaves and repelled an attack of the British on 
her house. 



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Mrs. Mary C. Casey. 584 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Joseph J. Casey. 

Descendant of Richard Calloway, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Charles C. Venable Martin and 
Fannie Holder Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Richard Williams and Cathe- 
rine Holder, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. John Holder and 
Frances Calloway, his wife. He was a Revolutionary 
soldier. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. R. Calloway, who 
served as soldier and patriot during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Fannie Elsworth Smith. ^Q:; 

Born in New York. 

Wife of DuBois Smith. 

Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Elsworth and Phoebe Ann Mar- 
tin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher Martin and Sarah Osborne, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Martin, who served 
as soldier in the New Jersey Eine and in Washington's 
bodyguard. 

Mrs. Louise Elsworth Hammond. 386 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Graeme Monroe Hammond. 
Descendant of William Martin, of New Jersey. 
See N. No. 385. 



142 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Elizabeth R. King. 387 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. Albert B. King. 

Descendant of Robert Halsted, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Maver and Rebecca Ogden Hal- 
sted, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Halsted, who served as sur- 
geon in the Continental Army. 

Miss Eleanor Orr Lee. 388 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of Thomas Ludwell Lee, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Lee and Laura Frances Rogers, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. George Lee and Sally Moore 
Henderson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Lee and Kvelyn Byrd 
Beverley, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Ludwell Lee, 
who served as member of Convention of 1775 and on a 
Committee of Safety. 

Mrs. Marie Clinton LeDuc. 389 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Janvier LeDuc. 
• Descendant of James Clinton, of New York. 

Daughter of Alexander C. Spencer and Mary E. Nor- 
ton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert B. Norton and Mary Clin- 
ton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Clinton, who served as 
major general during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Louise Lewis Lovell. 390 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frank Hallett Lovell. 

Descendant of Col. Israel Angell, of Rhode Island. 



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Daughter of Arnold Angell Lewis and Mary A. Cal- 
decott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Lewis and Martha Angell, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Israel Angell, who sensed as 
colonel of the Second Rhode Island Infantry. 

Miss Isabel Lovell. 391 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Israel Angell, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Frank Hallett Lovell and Louise Lewis, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 390. 

Mrs. Anna Jackson Belden Randell. 392 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Wells Randell . 

Descendant of Azer Belden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lewis Belden and Anna Maria Jackson , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Azer Belden, who served as captain 
in Selden's regiment of Connecticut artillery. 

Mrs. Margaret M. Chambers Hall. 393 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Dr. Edwards Hall. 

Descendant of Robert Chambers, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Robert Chambers and Catharine Hough- 
ton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Chambers, who served as 
private in Capt. Bruer's company of New Jersey Line in 
the battle of Trenton. 

Also descendant of Ruloffe VanDyke, member of 
Committee of Safety and of Correspondence, and of the 
Provincial Congress, and of John Reeder, a soldier in the 
Revolution. 



144 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Laura P. Halsted. 394 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Robert Halsted, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Wm. Mills Halsted and Sarah Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Halsted, who served as 
surgeon during the Revolution, and of John Johnson 
who served as soldier during the entire war. 

Mrs. Nellie M. Flint. 39^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Rufus W. Flint. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Thomas, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jeremiah Thomas and Marietta Morris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Thomas and Rebecca 
, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Hezekiah Thomas, who 
served as captain of militia. 

Also descended from David Morris, who served as 
private during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Amelia Fletcher Blisch. 396 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Charles D. Blisch. 

Descendant of Joshua Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Leonard Fletcher and Eleanor 
Austin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Fletcher and Marj^ Camp- 
bell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joshua Fletcher, who served 
on a Committee of Safety and as minute man . 

Miss Caroline A, Van Wagenen. 397 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Stephens Smith, of New 
York. 



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Daughter of William Alexander Van Wagenen and 
Julia de Windt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Peter de Windt and Caroline 
Amelia Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Stephens Smith, 
who ser\^ed as lieutenant colonel of Massachusetts Line 
and as aid-de-camp to the Commander-in-Chief of the 
Continental Army. 

Mrs. Harriet Mayo Richards. 398 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Howard Richards. 

Descendant of John DeHart, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Carrington Mayo and Adeline 
Marx, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Mayo and Abigail DeHart, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John DeHart, who served as 
a member of the Continental Congress. 

Mrs. Mary Bertram Woodworth. 399 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Andrews Joslyn Woodworth. 

Descendant of Abel Richardson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel B. Bertram and Lydia Wilkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa W^ilkins and Lydia Richard- 
son, his wife. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Great-granddaughter of Abel Richardson and Mary 
Thompson, his wife. 

Abel Richardson was wounded at the battle of Bunker 
Hill. During the military operations about Boston he 
directed his household to supply the American troops 
with food and the great brick oven was not allowed to 
cool, night or day, and cooked provisions were constantly 
supplied to the soldiers. 



146 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Isabella Adams Furman. 400 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gabriel Furman. 

Descendant of Wm. Stephens Smith, of New York. 

Daughter of John Peter de Windt and Caroline Amelia 
Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Stephens Smith, who served 
as colonel in the Continental Army and as aid to Wash- 
ington . 

Mrs. Julia Townsend Lawrence Burnett. 401 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert Lyon Burnett. 

Descendant of Samuel Townsend and Solomon Town- 
send, of Long Island. 

Daughter of Edward A. Lawrence and Hannah Rus- 
sell Mickle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Effingham Lawrence and Ann 
Townsend, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Solomon Townsend and Ann 
Townsend, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Townsend and 
Sarah Stoddard, his wife. 

Samuel Townsend was a member of the Provincial 
Congress. 

Solomon Townsend was a midshipman in the Con- 
tinental Navy. 

Mrs. Mary R. Matthews. 402 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Marsh, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Denman and Lockey Marsh, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt, Isaac Marsh and Catherine 
Terrill, his wife. 

Capt. Isaac Marsh was a carrier of dispatches for 
Gen. Washington during the Revolutionary War. 



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Mrs. Rebecca Thueatt LaMonte. 403 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of George LaMonte. 

Descendant of Maj. Robert Mabry, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Kern and Rebecca Thueatt Mason , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Seth Mason and Jane Mabry, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Maj. Robert Mabry 
and Rebecca T. , his wife. 

Maj. Robert Mabry was in the Revolutionary War. 

Miss Bessie Graham Daves. 404 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of John Daves, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Edward Graham Daves and Mary Grace 
Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pugh Daves and Elizabeth B. 
Graham, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Daves and Mary Haynes, 
his wife. 

Capt. John Daves served in the army as quarter- 
master of Second Regiment of the North Carolina Con- 
tinental Eine. He was at Brandy wine. Valley Forge, 
Monmouth, Eutaw Springs, and Stony Point, and was 
severely wounded at the latter battle. 

Miss Mary E. Trowbridge. 40^ 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Luther Trowbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Luther S. Trowbridge and Julia Buel 
Trowbridge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Van Rennsselaer Trow- 
bridge and Elizabeth Conkling, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Luther Trowbridge and Eliz- 
abeth Tillman, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Maj. John Tillman. 



148 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Maj . Luther Trowbridge fought as a volunteer in the 
battle of Lexington ; commissioned in 1777 as ensign ; 
was in the battles of Bunker Hill and Saratoga. 

Maj . John Tillman was in the New York Line on 
Continental Establishment. 

Mrs. Mary A. Stimpson Moulton. 406 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Beverly Sanborn Moulton. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Cowdrey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Robert Stimpson and Charlotte Wiley, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Kbenezer Wiley and Jerusha Cow- 
drey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cowdrey and 
Jerusha Emerson, his wife. He was a sailor on a pri- 
vateer ; was a soldier in the Continental Army. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cowdrey and 
Sarah Parker, his wife. He was a Revolutionary sol- 
dier. 

Also descendant of Thomas Emerson, who was a sol- 
dier in the Revolutionary Army. 

Also descendant of Ebenezer Stimpson, who served 
in the Continental Army, and was at the battle of Bun- 
ker Hill. 

Mrs. Caroline Eliot Lackland. 407 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Wife of Rufus J. Lackland. 

Descendant of Col. William Greenleaf, Thomas 
Dawes, and Rev. Andrew Eliot, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Wm. Greenleaf Eliot and Margaret 
Dawes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of . 

Great-granddaughter of Rev. Andrew Eliot, Col. Wm. 
Greenleaf, and Col. Thomas Dawes, and their wives 
Elizabeth Langdon, Hannah Blake, and Molly Brown. 



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Rev. Wm. Eliot was minister of Old South Church, 
Boston, Col. Thomas Dawes was a patriot and soldier, 
and Col. Wm. Greenleaf was sheriff, who, by virtue of 
his office read the Declaration of Independence from the 
State House in Boston. 

Mrs. Annie Mason Bullock. 408 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Joseph C. Bullock. 

Descendant of Obadiah Barber, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nelson Mason and Desire Emmeline Bar- 
nett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Dinsmora Barnett and Desire 
Phelps Barber, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Obadiah Barber and Wealthy 
Ann Phelps, his wife. 

Obadiah Barber served as soldier and officer in a Con- 
necticut regiment. 

Mrs. Isabella A. Galt. 409 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of A. T. Gait. 

Descendant of Obadiah Barber, of Connecticut. 

See N. No. 408. 

Mrs. Jane W. Blackburn Moran. 410 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of F. B. Moran. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Blackburn, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Richard Scott Blackburn and S. A. 
Eleanor Thomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Thomas Blackburn and Eliza- 
beth Sinclair, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Thomas Blackburn and 
Christian Scott, his wife. 

Col. Thomas Blackburn was aid-de-camp to Gen. 
Washington during the Revolutionary War. 



150 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Susan Pendleton Lee. 411 

Born in Virginia. 

Widow of Edwin G. Lee. 

Descendant of Edmund Pendleton, Governor John 
Page, and Gen. Thomas Nelson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Nelson Pendleton and Angolette 
Elizabeth Page, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Pendleton and Lucy Nel- 
son, his wife, and Francis Page and Susan Nelson, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Edmund Pendleton, John 
Page, and Thomas Nelson, and Mildred Pollard, Frances 
Burwell, and Lucy Grymes, their wives. 

Edmund Pendleton, Gov. John Page, and Gen. Thomas 
Nelson were statesmen, jurists, and soldiers in Virginia 
and in the Continental Congress and Army. 

Miss Sallie Sharpe. 412 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Sharpe and Sally Patterson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Patterson and Mary Den- 
ison, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Nathan Denison and 
Elizabeth Sill, his wife. 

Col. Nathan Denison served his country, first, as mem- 
ber of the Committee of Correspondence ; second, com- 
mander of the left wing of the patriot forces in the battle 
of Wyoming ; third, associate judge ; fourth, member of 
Connecticut and Pennsylvania Assembly. 

See N. No. 216. 

Mrs. Jane L. Byers. 4^3 

Born in Kentucky. 

Widow of Josiah Stoddard Byers, U. S. N. 
Descendant of Maj. Roger Johnson, of Maryland. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 151 



Daughter of Dr. John M. Johnson and Elizabeth 
Karle, his first wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. James Johnson and Jane 
Leeper, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Roger Johnson, who was 
major of Maryland forces, 177S, and had five brothers 
in the Colonial service. 

Mrs. Carrie Remsen King. 414 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of Porter King. 

Descendant of Jeromus Remsen, of New York. 

Daughter of David Hamilton and Netie Caroline 
Elston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel R. Remsen and Polly Wade, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Remsen and Eliza- 
beth Rapelje, his wife. 

Great-gTeat-granddaughter of Col. Jeromus Remsen 
and Ann Rapelje, his wife. 

Jeromus Remsen was a colonel in the Continental 
Army. 

Miss Junia McKinley. 4K 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Francis Cummins, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Davis McKinley and Anne 
Eliza Reid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Archibald Carlisle McKinley and 
Elizabeth Cummins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Cummins and Sarah 
Davis, his wife. 

Francis Cummins served with the North Carolina 
troops. He helped to put to flight the British troops at 
Mecklenburg. 

Also descended from William McKinley, who served 
in the Virginia forces. 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THF AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. A'lARiA E. Addison. 416 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of John Addison, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Thomas Belt Addison and Eliza Eliason, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Addison and Miss Belt, 

his wife. 

John Addison was lieutenant colonel in the Maryland 
Flying Camp, 1776. 

Mrs. Sarah Berrien Casey Morgan. 417 

Wife of Thomas Saunder Morgan. 

Descendant of Maj. John Berrien. 

Daughter of Dr. Henry Rogers Casey and Caroline 
Rebecca Harris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Alloy sius Casey and Sarah 
Loundes Berrien, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Brig. Maj. John Berrien. 

John Berrien is the ancestor who assisted in establish- 
ing American Independence, and received his appoint- 
ment as major general from Congress and made the 
campaign of the Jerseys. He was decorated by the 
hand of Washington with the badge of the order of Cin- 
cinnati and by him made secretary of that society for 
Georgia. 

Also descendant of Dr. James Wemys Moore, who 
served as surgeon under Gen. Gates in South Carolina. 

Mrs. Minnie Blair Richey. 418 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Dr. Stephen Clin Richey. 

Descendant of Col. Archibald Cary, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Montgomery Blair and Mary Elizabeth 
Woodbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Preston Blair and Eliza 
Violet Gist, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 153 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Nathaniel Gist and 
Judith Bell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Cecil Bell and 
Judith Gary, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Henry Gary and 
Ann Randolph, who was the mother of Archibald Gary, 
of whom Rives said, " Liberty never had a firmer friend 
or tyranny a more determined foe." 

Also descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Gist, Peter Wood- 
bury, and Asa Glapp, all well known officers in the 
Gontinental Army. 

Mrs. Martha Custis Williams Carter. 419 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Wife of Admiral Garter. 

Descendant of Gol. John Parke Custis. 

Datighterof Capt. William G. Williams, U. S. A., 
and America Pinkney Peter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Peter and Martha Parke 
Custis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gol. John Parke Custis and 
Eleanor Calvert, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Parke Custis 
and Martha Dandridge, his wife. 

Col. John Parke Custis was aid-de-camp to the Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the army. Gen. George Washing- 
ton. 

Mrs. Susan Y. P. McLaren. 420 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Hannah W. Arnett and B. B. Stockton. 

Daughter of John Patty and Hannah Stockton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Benjamin Briarly Stockton and 
Sarah Howell Arnett, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Arnett and Hannah 
White, his wife. 

Find ancestors at length in application of Mrs. Han- 
nah McLaren Wolff. 



154 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Gertrude Van Courtlandt Hamilton. 421 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Schuyler Hamilton , Jr. 

Descendant of Lieut. Gov. Pierre Van Courtlandt. 

Daughter of Alexander Wells and Annie V. R. Van 
Wyck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip G. Van Wyck and Mary 
Smith Gardiner, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Van Wyck and 
Catherine Van Courtlandt, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Gov. Pierre Van 
Courtlandt and Joanna Livingston, his wife. 

Lieut. Gov. Pierre Van Courtlandt aided his country 
in the strife for freedom . 

The Livingston ancestors were patriots in the War of 
the Revolution. 

Mrs. Louise Allan Pryor. 422 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Wm. Rhys Pryor, M. D. 

Descendant of John de Hart and Catherine Van Brugh 
Livingston, mother of Philip Livingston and William 
Livingston, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Allan and Henrietta Hoffman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Allan and Louise Gabrielle 
Patterson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Patterson and Louisa de 
Hart, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John de Hart and Sarah 
Dagworthy, his wife. 

John de Hart was a member of the Committee of Cor- 
respondence and of Public Safety, and member of Con- 
gi'ess. 

Also descended from Catherine Van Brugh Livingston, 
the mother of Philip Livingston, signer of the Declaration 
of Independence, and William Livingston, first gover- 
nor of New Jersey. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 155 



Mrs. Marie Gordon Pryor Rice. 423 

Boru in Virgiuia. 

Wife of Henry Crenshaw Rice. 

Descendant of Richard Bland and Maj. Gen. Joel Left- 
wich, the Rev. David Rice, and Peter Poythress, all of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Roger Atkinson Pryor, Lly. D., and Sarah 
Agnes Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of the Rev. Theodorick Pryor, D. D., 
lyL. D., and lyUcy Atkinson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Pr>^or and Anne 
Bland, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of the Rev. William Bland 
and Elizabeth Yates, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Richard Bland and 
Anne Poythress, his wife. 

Richard Bland was a member of the House of Bur- 
gesses for thirty years ; he opposed the Stamp Act, and 
printed an inquiry into the rights of the Colonies ; he 
was a member of the Committee of Correspondence ; a 
member of the first Virginia Convention ; appointed a 
member of the Committee of Safety. 

Also descended from Peter Poythress, a member of 
the House of Burgesses ; Joel Leftwich, a soldier and of- 
ficer of the Revolution ; and David Rice, a patriot. 



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426 



Mrs. Melusina Fay Peirce. 427 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Charles Saunders Peirce. 

Descendant of Samuel Howard and Abigail Breck 
Lillie, his wife, mother of Maj. John Lillie. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Fay, D. D., and Charlotte 
Emily Hopkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Prescott Philips Fay and 
Harriet Howard, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Howard and Annie 
lyillie, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Lillie and Abigail 
Breck, his wife. 

Samuel Howard was one of the band led by Samuel 
Adams who boarded the English vessels on the night 
of December i6, 1773, in Boston harbor, and threw 
overboard the cargo of tea. 

Abigail Breck Lillie was the mother of Maj. John 
Lillie, an officer in the Revolutionary Army. 

Miss Lucy Dalrymple Rogers. 428 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. William Nelson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Dalrymple Rogers and Parke Far- 
ley Wellford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Nelson Wellford and 
Rebecca Parke Farley Corbin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Spotswood Wellford 
and Fanny Page Nelson, his wife. 



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Great-great-granddaughter of William Nelson, who 
served as colonel and did patriotic service for his country 
during the war. 

Miss Adeline Whittemore Torrey. 429 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. William Torrey, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Whittemore Torrey and Cath- 
arine M.' Coggill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Torrey and Adeline W. 
, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Torrey and Margaret 
Nichols, his wife. 

William Torrey was a lieutenant in the ' ' Congress 
Own " regiment of regular troops. 

Mrs. H. Harriet Howard Pomeroy Thompson. 430 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. W. Gilman Thompson. 

Descendant of Samuel Howard and Abigail Breck 
lyillie, his wife. 

Daughter of John Norton Pomeroy, L,L. D., and 
Anne Rebecca Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cyrus B. Carter and Harriet Howard, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 427. 

Mrs. Mary Norton Thompson. 431 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of the late Rev. M. L. Thompson, D. D. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Hale, of Connecticut, 
and from the mother of Samuel Huntington. 

Daughter of Joseph G. Norton and Lucretia Hunting- 
ton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Huntington, D. D., 
and Elizabeth Hale, his wife. 



158 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Hale, who died in 
service of his country. 

Also descended from the mother of the Revolutionary 
patriot, Samuel Huntington. 

Mrs. Julia D. Fay Waldenburg. 432 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Waldenburg. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Fay, of Vermont. 

Daughter of George Barron Fay and Catherine Roose- 
boom Strong, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. H. A. Fay, U. S. A., and 
Althea Foote, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Jones Fay and Lydia 
Warner, his wife. He was surgeon under Ethan Allen 
at Ticonderoga and Bennington. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Stephen Fay and 
Ruth Childs, his wife. 

Capt. Stephen Fay had five sons in the battle of Ben- 
nington. His house was the headquarters of Stark and 
his officers during the war. 

Also descendant of Capt. John Strong, who raised a 
company at his own expense in Pittsfield, Mass., and 
served through the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Susie Matthews Faust. 433 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of John Armstrong Faust. 

Descendant of Capt. John Spotswood, of Virginia. 

Daughter of L,uke Matthews and Lucy Ann Spots- 
wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elliott Spotswood and Martha 
Littlepage, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. John Spotswood and 
Sallie Rowsie, his wife. 

Capt. John Spotswood served in the Tenth Virginia 
Regiment, and was wounded at the battle of Brandy wine. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 159 

Mrs. Mary Augusta Lathrop. 4^4 

Born iu New Jersey. 

Widow of Charles Christopher Lathrop. 

Descendant of Ensign Simeon Goble and Dr. Caleb 
Halsted. 

Daughter of Judge Caleb Halsted Andruss and 
Emma Sutherland Goble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Brig. Gen. Isaac Andruss and 
Mary Cook Halsted, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Caleb Halsted and Abigail 
Lyon, his wife. 

Dr. Caleb Halsted was physician and surgeon to the 
French troops camped at or near Elizabeth town , N. J. 

Granddaughter of Luther Goble and Sarah Gwinnup, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Simeon Goble and Abigail 
Conger, his wife. 

Simeon Goble, ensign Second Regiment, Sussex, 
served his country in the cause of American freedom, 
with twelve brothers and cousins. 

The children of Caleb Halsted all suffered in defense 
of their country. 

Miss Emma Goble Lathrop. 43^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ensign Simeon Goble and Dr. Caleb 
Halsted. 

Daughter of Charles Christopher Lathrop and Mary 
Augusta Andruss, his wife. 

See N. No. 434. 

Mrs. Maud Marshall. 436 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Thomas Marshall. 

Descendant of Dr. Elisha Griswold and Mary Wol- 
cott, his wife. 

Daughter of David Parish Barhydt and Sophia Hack- 
ley, his wife. 



160 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Hackley and Sophia Gris- 
wold, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Elisha Griswold and 
Mary Wolcott, his wife. 

Dr. Elisha Griswold was a surgeon in the Continental 
Army. 

Mary Wolcott was a sister of Oliver Wolcott, signer 
of the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Judith Crittenden Coleman Adams. 437 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Charles Henry Adams. 

Descendant of Maj . John Crittenden and Maj . John 
Lee. 

Daughter of Chapman Coleman and Ann Mary Butler 
Crittenden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John J. Crittenden and Sallie O. 
Lee, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. John Crittenden and 
Judith Harris, his wife. He was a member of the Con- 
tinental Line ; was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Great-gi-eat-granddaughter of Maj. John Lee, who 
served in the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Lilian E. Van de Water. 438 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of W. B. Van de Water. 

Descendant of Dr. William Lockwood, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of J. Augustus )Vrightand Emily S. Barker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Wright and Sarah Lock- 
wood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. William Lockwood and 
Sarah Sturges, his wife. 

Dr. William Lockwood was chaplain of the First 
Massachusetts Brigade and a member of the Cincinnati. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. I6l 



Mrs. Rosa White Elmes. 4^9 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Webster Elmes. 

Descendant of Capt. Wm. White, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Littleton Stevens White and Mary Ann 
, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William White and Betsy Scott, 
his wife. 

William White joined the army under Washington at 
the age of eighteen, and raised and supported a com- 
pany during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Margaret McLaren Nelson. 440 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert A. Nelson. 
Descendant of Hannah White Arnett. 
Daughter of Rev. Malcolm Neill McL,aren, D. D., 
and Susan Y. Patty, his wife. 
See N. No. 420. 

Mrs. Hannah Thatcher Otis Staples. 441 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. Moses W. Staples. 

Descendant of Charles Otis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles G. Otis and Roxana Sheldon, his 
wdfe. 

Granddaughter of Charles Otis and Elizabeth Sweet- 
land, his wife. He was a Revolutionar}^ soldier. 

Mrs. Josephine L. Kellogg. 442 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frank Kellogg. 

Descendant of Capt. Elias Hicks. 

Daughter of Hon. Moses G. Leonard and Catherine 
Barmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Barmore and Effie Onder- 
donk, his wife, mother's side. 



162 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

Great-granddaughter of Elias Hicks and Mehitable 
Bowen, his wife, father's side. 

Elias Hicks was captain of militia in the Continental 
Army, and was in command at the battle of New York. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Henry Barmore, who 
served in the same capacity and was taken prisoner. 

Miss Jane Mead Welch. 443 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Eleazer Welch, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Gary Welch and Maria Allen 
Mead, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Welch and L,ucia Gary, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazer Welch and Alathea 
Manning, his wife. 

Eleazer Welch was a sailor on the Oliver Cromwell 
(privateer). Also cornet in the Eight Horse, and was 
with Israel Putnam at Horse Neck. 

Miss Cornelia Nina Gray Lunt. ' 444 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Vose, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Orrington Lunt and Cornelia Augusta 
Gray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Eunt and Anna Matilda 
Sumner, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Davis Sumner and Dolly 
Vose, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Gen. Joseph Vose and 
Sarah How, his wife. 

Gen . Joseph Vose was one of four brothers who served 
in the Revolutionary Army. 

Mrs. Harriet H. Leonard Stone. 44^ 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Eeander Stone. 



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Descendant of Jobe Leonard, on father's side, and 
James Clark, on mother's side, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Addison Leonard and Elizabeth Clark, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jobe Leonard and his wife, a daugh- 
ter of Col. Walker ; and James Clark and Jemima Rob- 
bins, his wife. 

James Clark was at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Jobe Leonard was one of ' ' The Green Mountain Boys ' ' 
at Bennington. 

Mrs. Addie W. Ramage. 44^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Wood Ramage. 

Descendant of Ann Paine Ross, mother of Perrin 
and Jeremiah Ross. 

Daughter of William Ross Maffett and Martha W. 
Adelia West, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Maffett and Caroline Ann 
Ross, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Ross and Elizabeth 
Sterling, his wife. He was a patriot scout at sixteen. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jeremiah Ross and Ann 
Paine, his wife. 

Ann Paine was the mother of Jeremiah Ross, who 
served as a private, and Perrin Ross, who served a lieu- 
tenant in the army of the American Revolution. 

Mrs. Julia Bowman Mulligan. 447 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward L. Mulligan. 

Descendant of Capt. Thaddeus Bowman. 

Daughter of Col. Samuel Bowman and Sarah Mer- 
schen Titus, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Isaac Bowman and Mary 
Blinn Smith, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. Joseph Bowman and 
Katherine Munroe, his wife. 



164 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. Thaddeus Bow- 
man and Sarah Loring, his wife. 

Capt. Thaddeus Bowman and seven of his sons were 
in the Revolution — each in two battles — all but one in 
the battle of Lexington . 

Fourteen of the family of Katherine Munroe were in 
the Revolution. 

Miss Anna Brunett Phelps. 448 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. David Phelps, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Case Phelps and Martha Brunett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of J. Hart Phelps and Abigail Hoskins, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Alexander Phelps and Eliza- 
beth Eno, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. David Phelps and 
Abigail Griswold, his wife. 

Capt. David Phelps served in the Connecticut militia 
and was in the battles of Ticonderoga and Long Island. 

Mrs. Maria Fuller Rice. 449 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles E. Rice. 

Descendant of Col. Eleazer Lindsley, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry Mills Fuller and Harriet Irwin 
Thorp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Michael Rose Thorp and Jerusha 
Lindsley, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Judge Eleazer Eindsley and 
Eunice Halsey, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Eleazer Lindsley 
and Mary Miller, his wife. 

Col. Eleazer Lindsley was at one time on Gen. Lafay- 
ette's staif, and was in Gen. Sullivan's expedition after 
the massacre of Wyoming, 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 165 



Miss Mary Covell Tubbs. 490 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Samuel Tubbs and George Dorrance, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. Robert Hamilton Tubbs and Emily 
Reynolds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Tubbs and Clara Hoyt, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Tubbs and Sarah S. 
Dorrance, his wife. He was in the battle of Bound 
Brook, Brandy wine, Germantown, and many others. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. George Dor- 
rance. 

lyieut. Col. George Dorrance commanded the left 
wing of the American Army in the battle of Wyoming. 

Mrs. Ellen Hendrick Wright Graeme. 4^1 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas Graeme. 

Descendant of Zebulon Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hendrick Bradley Wright and Mary Ann 
Bradley Robinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John W. Robinson and Ann Butler, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zebulon Butler and Phoebe 
Haight (third wife) . 

Col. Zebulon Butler was in the campaign at Fort Ed- 
wards, Lake George, Ticonderoga, and Crown Point. 
He had command of the fort at Wyoming and led the 
men at the battle which resulted in the massacre of 
Wyoming. He was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Annie B. Dorrance Reynolds. 4^2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Sheldon Reynolds. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Eleazer Lindsley, of New 
Jersey. 



166 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles Dorrance and Susan Ford, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Ford and Maria Lindsley, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazer Lindsley, Jr., and 
Eunice Halsey, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Eleazer 
Lindsley and Mary Miller, his wife. 

See N. No. 449. 

Mrs. Esther Jane Reynolds Hillard. 4^3 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thaddeus S. Hillard. 

Descendant of Barnabas Tuthill, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Reynolds and Lydia Tuthill, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Tuthill and Parnel Cantine, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Barnabas Tuthill, who served 
as major in the First New York Battalion. 

Mrs. Eleanor L Stevenson. 4^4 

Born in New York. 

Wife of R. W. Stevenson. 

Descendant of Abraham Duryee, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. Dr. Philip Duryee, D. D., and 
Rachel Day, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Duryee and Eleanor 
Nagell, his wife. 

Abraham Duryee was a member of the Committee of 
Fifty-one of the Province of New York which called 
the Continental Congress of 1774. 

Mrs. Jane Chester Coursen. 4^5 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William A. Coursen. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Francis Barber, of New 
Jersey. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. l67 



Daughter of Rev. Alfred Chester and Mar>^ Ann F. 
Chetwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Wm. Chetwood and Mar}' 
Barber, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. PVancis Barber and Ann 
Ogden, his wife. 

Col. Francis Barber had command of the First Vir- 
ginia Battalion of Light Infantry, under the order of 
Gen. Lafayette; led the battalion in the storming of 
Yorktown. 

Mrs. N. W. Halsted. 496 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Marsh, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Terrill Marsh and Margaret Dayton 
Morse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Marsh and Catharine Terrill, 
his wife ; and Isaac Morse and Araj^ Conklin, his wife. 

John Marsh was in every battle fought in New Jersey. 

Mrs. Margaretta Andruss Peters. 4^7 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Malcolm Peters. 

Descendant of David Austin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Mix Andruss and Lydia Isabella 
Austin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Punderson Austin and Susan 
■ Rogers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Austin and Mary Mix, 
his wife. 

David Austin served in the capacity of volunteer in 
the defense of New Haven, Conn. 

Also descended from Dr. David Rogers, a surgeon in 
the Connecticut troops. 

Miss Sarah Frances Grant. 41^8 

Born in Georgia. 
Descendant of Governor James Jackson, of Georgia. 



168 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of William Daniel Grant and Sarah Frances 
Reid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Thomas Grant and Martha 
Cobb Jackson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Henry Jackson and 
Mildred Lewis Cobb, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Jackson and 
Mary Charlotte Young, his wife. 

Governor James Jackson was colonel in a Georgia 
brigade. Continental Line. He received from the British 
the keys and surrender of Savannah. 

Also descendant of Thomas Grant, who was ensign 
(commissioned April i6th, 1776), Sixth North Carolina 
Regiment ; and of William Young, a leading and ardent 
Revolutionary patriot. 

Mrs. S. McKinley Bussey. 4^9 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Dr. Nathan Jordan Bussey (deceased). 

Descendant of Francis Cummins, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Davis McKinley and Ann Eliza 
Reid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Archibald Carlisle McKinley and 
Elizabeth Cummins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Francis Cummins and Sarah 
Davis, his wife. 

Francis Cummins and his three brothers were active 
patriots and soldiers of the Revolution. 

Also a descendant of William McKinley, who was 
with the troops at the surrender of Cornwallis. 

Mrs. Mary Grant Dickson. 460 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William M. Dickson. 
Descendant of Thomas Grant, of Virginia. 
Daughter of James L. Grant and Sarah Jane Morrow, 
his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. l69 



Granddaughter of Daniel Grant and Lucy Crutchfield, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Grant and Frances 
Owen, his wife. 

Thomas Grant was ensign of the Sixth North Carolina 
Regiment, Continental Line. 

Mrs. Laurette de T. Prime. 461 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frederick Prime. 

Descendant of Col. Anne Louis de Tousard, Paris. 

Daughter of Alfred Coxe and Laurette de Tousard 
Stocker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Clement Stocker and Marie 
Louise Francoise Caroline de Tousard, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Anne Louis de Tousard 
and Marie Francoise Reine Joubert, his wife. He be- 
longed to the French colony of America. He lost an 
arm while acting as aid-de-camp to General Lafayette 
in action in Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Louise Hammond Willis. 462 

Born in Georgia. 

Wifeof Edward Willis. 

Descendant of Samuel Hammond, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Hammond and Lucy Carrol 
Hudson, liis wife. 

Granddaughter of Job Hammond and Luc 3^ Eager 
" Howard, his wife. He was a soldier in the Continental 
Army. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Hammond and Mary 
Jenkins, his wife. 

Samuel Hammond was a captain in the Continental 
Army. 

Mrs. Eliza Flagg Fisher. 46^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Henry Collins Flagg, of Rhode Island. 



170 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Commander Henry C. Flagg, U. S. N., 
and Olivia Sherman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Collins Flagg and Martha 
Whiting, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Henry Collins Flagg, U. 
S. A., who was " South Carolina Surgeon and Depart- 
ment Apothecary General in the South." He was a 
member of the Cincinnati. 

Miss May Flagg. 464 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Henry Collins Flagg, surgeon of South- 
ern Division of United States Army. 
See N. No. 463. 

Mrs. Margery A. V. Carhart. 46^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Albert Carhart. 

Descendant of Samuel Smith, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel A. Smith and Mary Nunns, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Ann Lacey Wil- 
kinson, his wife. 

Gen. Samuel Smith was in Gen. Anthony Wayne's 
regiment at Valley Forge. He was in the battles of 
Trenton, Princeton, Monmouth, Germantown, and was 
present at Cornwallis' surrender. He was one of the 
original members of the Cincinnati. 

Miss Keziah L. Carhart. 466 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Maj . Cornelius Carhart, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Albert Carhart and Margery A. V. Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Carhart and Keziah Leviason, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Cornelius Carhart and Sarah 
Dunham, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 171 



Great-great-granddaughter of Cornelius Carhart, who 
was a major in the Continental Army. 
Also descendant of Samuel Smith. 
See N. No. 465. 

Mrs. Jane Stevenson Marshall. 4^7 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of James William Marshall. 

Descendant of George Stevenson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Stevenson and Maria Barker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Barker and Mary Col- 
lins, his wife. 

George Stevenson, on May 23, 1777, was promoted 
from third lieutenant to second lieutenant in the First 
Pennsylvania Regiment, Continental Line. 

Miss Ida Petigru Beall. 4^8 

Born in Maryland. 

Daughter of William Beall, M. D., and Mary E. Lee 
Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Commodore Thomas ap Catesby 
Jones, U. S. N., and Mary Walker Carter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Charles Carter, of Rich- 
mond Hill, and Ann Beall, of Sabine Hall, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Charles Carter, of 
Shirley, and Mary Walker, of Clive, his wife. 

Descendant of Col. Charles Carter, of Shirley, Va., 
patriot; Col. Landon Carter, of Sabine Hall, patriot; 
Col. Robert Wormley Carter, Sabine Hall, patriot; Col. 
William Byrd Westom, patriot ; Col. John Turberville, 
of Virginia, patriot; Col. Thomas Jones, Spring Gar- 
den, patriot; Maj. Catesby Jones, Spring Garden, Vir- 
ginia Line. 

Mrs. Mary Hunt Bond. 4^9 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wifeof S. R. Bond. 
Descendant of Israel Hunt, of Massachusetts. 



172 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Hunt, M. D., and Elizabeth 
Smith Cheever, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Hunt and Catharine Nowell, 
his wife. 

Israel Hunt was private and orderly sergeant in the 
Continental Army ; was at the battle of Bunker Hill, 
and saw subsequent service in the army. 

Miss Daisy Brown. 470 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Orton Brown and Elizabeth 
WoUard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Cotes Brown and Eliza 
Davis Haskins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Judge Samuel Augustus 
Brown and Prudence Olivia Cotes, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Anna 
Phelps, his wife. 

Daniel Brown joined the Continental Army at the 
commencement of the Revolutionary struggle and was 
at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Miss Jane E. Thompson. 471 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Richard Dorsey, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Wm. Henry Thompson and Emma 
Jacobs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cornelius Jacobs and Ann Charlotte 
Suter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Suter and Sarah Dor- 
sey, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard Dorsey and 
Rebecca Pierrepoint, his wife. 

Richard Dorsey was commissioned a lieutenant in the 
United States Army January 24, 1777. Also captain of 
a company of Maryland artillery May 4, 1777. He was 
one of the original members of the Cincinnati. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 173 



Mrs. Emma Richardson Moses. 472 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Capt. William Richardson. 

Daughter of James S. G. Richardson and Mary P. 
Wilder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Richardson and Emma 
Buford, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Wm. Richardson, who 
served in the War of the Revolution and was a member 
of the First Provisional Congress. He was taken a 
prisoner at Charleston ; after his exchange he was ap- 
pointed quartermaster and held his commission to the 
end of the war. 

Mrs. Maria Lewis Jons. 473 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Penrose Nevins Jons. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Senator John F. Lewis and Serena Shaffy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of T. Samuel Hance Lewis and Nancy 
, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Lewis and Anne 
Hance, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col . Thomas Lewis and 
Margaret Strother, his wife. 

Col. Thomas Lewis was a member of the House of 
Burgesses of Virginia and commanded a regiment in the 
Revolution. 

Miss Mary Ingram Stille. 474 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Josiah Philips, born in Wales ; lived in 
Chester, Pa. 

Daughter of Abram Stille and Hannah Jefferis, his 
wife. 



174 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Stille and Hannah Philips, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Josiah Philips and Sarah 
Thomas, his wife. 

Josiah Philips was second lieutenant, Seventh Battal- 
ion, Pennsylvania militia. 

Mrs. Mary Barrand. 47^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Philip Barrand, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Judge Richard Henry Baker and Lelia 
Barrand, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Philip Barrand and Anne Hans- 
ford, his wife. 

Dr. Philip Barrand, it is supposed, was a surgeon in 
the American Army ; data not filed. 

Mrs. Anna Mersereau Steers. 476 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Paulett Steers. 

Descendant of Joshua Mersereau, of New York. 

Daughter of James Guyon Mersereau and Emily Anice 
Butts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau and Dinah Gar- 
retson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau and Le 
Grange , his wife. 

Joshua Mersereau was called by the British the ' ' Rebel 
Mersereau," and they put a price upon his head. His 
services as deputy commissary general during the war 
were of great value to his country. He continued in 
the service during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Susan C. Mersereau Steers. 477 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Abraham Steers. 
Descendant of Joshua Mersereau. 
See N. No. 476. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 175 



Miss Anna Maude Steers. 478 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joshua Mersereau. 
Daughter of Abraham Steers and Susan C. Mersereau, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 476. 

Mrs. Frances A. Mersereau Berry. 479 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thomas J. Berry. 
Descendant of Joshua Mersereau. 
See N. No. 476. 

Miss Emily Eunice Mather. 480 

Born in Pennsj'lvania. 

Descendant of Joshua Mersereau. 

Daughter of Brainard Mather and Mary Elizabeth 
Mersereau, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Guyon Mersereau and Emily 
Anice Butts, his wife. 

See N. No. 476. 

Miss Aline Blanche Chaffee. 481 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Asa Chaffee, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward James Chaffee and Mary Eliza- 
beth Young, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Chaffee and Harriet Sophia 
Billings, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elam Chaffee and Elizabeth 
Spencer, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Cyril Chaffee and 
Patience Sexton, his wife. He was a Revolutionary 
soldier. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Asa Chaffee and 
Mary Hewlett, his wife. 



176 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Asa Chaffee's name appears on the roll of a Massa- 
chusetts company who marched in defense of American 
liberty to Lexington. He was also one of the defenders 
at Ticonderoga . 

Mrs, Philip Carpenter. 482 



Mrs. Alice Hawley Truax. 483 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Chauncey Shaffer Truax. 

Descendant of Amos Hawley, of Farmington, Conn. 

Daughter of Ravaud Kearney Hawley and Virginia F. 
Knight, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Hawley and Catharine Berry, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Amos Hawley and Achsah 
Strong, his wife. 

Ames Hawley was a soldier in Gen. Wadsworth's 
brigade, in Col. Fisher Gay's regiment, and in Capt. 
Bidwell's company. 

Miss A. Manuela Rasines. 484 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of James Ferris. 

Daughter of P. Antonio Rasines and Ada Jex, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Antonio Rasines and Amelia Ferris, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Sands Ferris and Susan 
Potter, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Ferris, who was 
a soldier in the Revolution ; was taken prisoner when 
Washington's army retreated from New York to Long 
Island, and was confined in the "Old Sugar House." 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. \^^ 



Mrs. Amelia Ferris Rasines. 48^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Antonio Rasines. 
Descendant of James Ferris. 
See N. No. 484. 

Miss Marianna McGown. 486 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Andrew McGown, of New York. 

Daughter of Judge Henry Post McGown and Mary A. 
Dailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew McGown and Eliza A. S. 
Ferris, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew McGown and Mar- 
garet Benson, his wife. 

Andrew McGown acted as a guide to mislead the 
British while Washington's army made good their escape 
without loss to Fort Washington. 

See N. No. 487 for the other side of the ancestry. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Post McGown Wright. 487 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James H. Wright. 

Descendant of Henry Post, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Andrew McGown and Eliza A. S. Ferris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Ferris and Ann Post, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Post and Elizabeth 
Board, his wife. 

Henry Post was a drummer boy. 

See N. No. 486. 

Mrs. Mary Emma Demarest McGown. 488 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry P. McGown, Jr. 

Descendant of Peter D. Demarest, of New Jersey. 



178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of John H. Demarest, M. D., and Sarah 
Catherine Hopper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James H. Demarest and Mary Ann 
Hemphill, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter D. Demarest and Cath- 
alina Benson, his wife. 

Peter D. Demarest was a soldier in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Sarah Julia Haines. 489 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Benjamin H. Haines. 

Descendant of John Voorhees. 

Daughter of Joseph Henry Thompson and Sarah 
Crim, his wife. 

Granddatighter of Joseph Henry Thompson and Nancy 
Voorhees, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Voorhees and Ruth 
Stockton, his wife. 

John Voorhees was diplomatic agent for the United 
States Government. 

Also descendant of William Carmichael and 

Brooke, his wife, she being the mother of William 
Carmichael, a patriot in the war. 

Mrs. Maria A. Dayton. 490 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Abraham C. Daj^ton. 

Descendant of Andrew Adams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of David Tomlinson, M. D., and Cornelia 
Adams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Adams and Annis Canfield, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Adams, who was a 
member of the Continental Congress and chief justice 
of Superior Court, State of Connecticut. 

Mrs. Ellen A. Warren. 491 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Henry A. Warren (deceased) . 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL, 179 



Descendant of Andrew Adams, of Connecticut. 
See N. No. 490. 

Mrs. Augusta Lawrence Pratt. 492 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thomas H. Pratt. 

Descendant of Samnel Townsend and Solomon Town- 
send. 

Daughter of Edward Arthur Lawrence and Hannah 
Russell Mickle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Effingham Lawrence and Ann 
Townsend, 2d, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Solomon Townsend and Ann 
Townsend, ist, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Townsend and 
Sarah Stoddard, his wife. 

He was a member of the Provincial Congress before, 
during, and after the Revolutionary War. 

Solomon Townsend was a midshipman in the Conti- 
nental Navy. 

Mrs. Laura Perry Monteath Swinburne. 493 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Brown and Asa Douglas. 

Daughter of Hiram Perry and Susan B. Rattoone, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Rattoone and Olive Brown, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Brown and Lucy 
Douglas, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Re- 
becca Wheeler, his wife. 

Jonathan Brown served in the Continental Army, and 
was in the battle of Bennington, at Bemis Heights, and 
at the surrender of Burgoyne ; at the recommendation of 
Washington received a major's commission. 

Asa Douglas led an independent company called the 
" Silver Grays " at the battle of Bennington, August i6, 
1777. 



180 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Mary Frances Deraismes Thornton. 494 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Thornton. 

Descendant of Gilbert Townsend Vail, of New York. 

Daughter of Adolph B. Deraismes and Sarah E. Vail, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Howell Corwin Vail and Giles N. 
Gamble, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Alexander Vail and 
Julia Smith, his wife. 

Great-great-grandaughter of Gilbert Townsend Vail 
and Hannah Arnot, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Vail and 
Hannah Petty, his wife. 

Gilbert T. Vail, Joseph A. Vail, and Samuel Vail 
fought for their country's freedom as private soldiers. 

Miss Hartley Graham. 49^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Dr. William Graham, her father, of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. William Graham and Ann Hartley, 
his wife. 

On the loth of February, 1778, Dr. William Graham 
joined the First Virginia Regiment as surgeon and served 
through the war. 

Mrs. Cornelia Augusta Tibbetts. 496 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Klisha Tibbetts. 

Descendant of Andrew Galbraith, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Andrew G. Miller (Col., U. S. A.,) and 
Cornelia Augusta McVickar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Galbraith Miller and Caro- 
line Elizabeth Kurtz, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Matthew Miller and Annie 
Galbraith, his wife. 



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MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 1 81 



Great-great-granddaughter of Andrew Galbraith who 
served in the army as captain and major. His commis- 
sion as major was signed by Benjamin Franklin. 

Mrs. Lucy Atkinson Pryor Brown. 497 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Arthur Page Brown. 
Descendant of Richard Bland, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Judge Roger A. Pryor, Lly. D., and Sara 
Agnes Rice, his wife. 
See N. No. 2. 

Mrs. Charlotte J. Bell. 498 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles A. Bell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Bradford, of New 
Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel Jones and Deborah Bradford, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Bradford and Mary Flint, 
his wife. 

Samuel Bradford was a sergeant with Capt. Isaac 
Balwin, in Col. John Stark's command ; was engaged 
in the siege of Boston, and was at the battles of Bunker 
Hill and Trenton. 

Miss Elizabeth H. Rockwell. 499 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Bezaleel Beebe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of B. Beebe Rockwell and Caroline Hins- 
dale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Rockwell and Rebecca 
Beebe, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bezaleel Beebe and Elizabeth 
Marsh, his wife. 

Bezaleel Beebe entered as lieutenant and rose to the 
rank of colonel in the Continental Army. 



■182 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Kate Trimble de Roode. ^oo 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Eugene de Roode (deceased). 

Descendant of Thomas Barlow, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William W. Trimble and Mary Barlow, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Trimble (U. S. District 
Judge) and Eliza Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Barlow and Frances Can- 
trell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Barlow, who fought 
in the Continental Army under Eafayette, and was at 
York town. 

Mrs. Georgina Elmina Shippen. i^qi 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William Watson Shippen. 

Descendant of John Morton and Hester Sophia Kem- 
per, of New York. 

Daughter of George Washington Morton and Caroline 
Augusta Denning, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Jacob Morton and Catharine 
Ludlow, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Morton and Hester 
Sophia Kemper, his wife. 

John Morton was known as the " Rebel Banker." 
He deposited money in the loan office to aid the Colonies 
in their struggle for freedom. 

Mrs. Rosette Denning Forbes. ^02 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Reginald H. Forbes. 

Descendant of John Morton and Hester Sophia Kem- 
per, his wife. 
See N. No. 501. 

Mrs. Rose M. Roesener. ^03 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Charles H. Roesener. 



AAEMBERSHIP ROLL. I83 



Descendant of William Deaner. 

Daughter of Charles Cooley Chaphi and Delila 
. his wife. 



Granddaughter of William Deaner and Phoebe , 

his wife; and Timothy Chapin and Martha , his 

wife. 

William Deaner was a fifer in the Continental Army. 

Miss Lillian A. Norton. ^^4 

Born iu Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. John Parker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hannibal Davenport Norton and Nellie 
Amanda Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Francis Williams and Re- 
becca Maria Parker, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Parker and Maria Green. 

his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Parker and Han- 
nah Stearns, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Capt. John Parker 

and Lydia Moore, his wife. 

Capt. John Parker commanded a company of minute 
men who stood firmly at their post when ordered to dis- 
perse by the impetuous Pitcairn. 

In the State House, Boston, are two muskets, memo- 
rials of Capt. Parker, inscribed "The first firearm cap- 
tured in the War for Independence," and "This firearm 
used by Capt. John Parker, in the battle of Lexington, 
April 19, I775-" 

Mrs. Emma Halstead Andruss Chipman. ^o^ 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Amos James Chipman. 

Descendant of Dr. Caleb Halsted, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Judge Caleb Halsted Andruss and Emma 
Sutherland Goble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Brig. Gen. Isaac Andruss and Mary 
Cook Halsted, his wife. 



184 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Luther Goble and Sarah Gwinnup, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Caleb Halsted and Abi- 
gail Lyon, his wife. 

Dr. Caleb Halsted was a physician and surgeon in the 
Continental Ar^l3^ 

Mrs. Horatio C. King. ^o6 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Col. Horatio C. King. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Raymond, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Tasker Howard and Susan Taylor 
Raymond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliakim Raymond and Mary Car- 
rington, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Raymond and 
Dorothea Ward, his wife. 

Nathaniel Raymond was a corporal of Connecticut 
coast-guards. For seven years he never slept in a 
house. His home was burned by the British. 

Miss Louise Watkins Heyward. 1^07 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Thomas Heyward, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Thomas Savage Heyward, Jr. , and Louisa 
Watkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Savage Heyward and 
Georgiana Hasell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Heyward and Anne 
Cuthbert, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Heyward and 
Elizabeth Savage, his wife. 

Thomas Heyward was a member of the Provisional 
Congress, and signed the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Catherine Lightfoot Thompson. 508 

Born in Virginia. 
Widow of Judge Lucas P. Thompson, of Virginia. 
Descendant of Judge Paul Carrington, of Virginia. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 185 



Daughter of William Allen Carrington and Sarah E. 
Scott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Paul Carrington and Mildred 
Howell Coles, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Judge Paul Carrington, Sr., 
and Margaret Read, his wife. 

Paul Carrington was a member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, of Committee of Correspondence, and Commit- 
tee of Public Safety. 

Miss JUDITH PARKHURST SINCLAIR. W 

Born in Maine. 
Descendant of Joshua Sinclair, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Joshua Sinclair and Sevilla Jackson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Sinclair and Abigail Potter, 

his wife. 

Joshua Sinclair was a private soldier in Col. Badger's 
regiment. Also in 1780 in Col. Joseph Cilley's regi- 
ment. 

Mrs. Charlotte Stickney Everett. ^io 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of John Reed, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Ludovicus Reed and Charlotte 
Stickney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reed and Charlotte Stickney, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Reed and Rachel Clark, 

his wife. 

John Reed was a minute man in the battle of Dorches- 
ter Heights. 

Also a descendant of John Stickney, a patriot of the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. Sylvia M. I. McC. Lewis. ^h 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of E. R. Lewis, of Evanston, 111. 



186 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Samuel Wheeler, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas F. McClintock and Laura R. 
Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Wheeler and Ruby Dewey, 
his wife. 

Samuel Wheeler enlisted in 1780 in the Fourth Regi- 
ment, Massachusetts Line. Honorably discharged three 
5'ears and eight months later. 

Mrs. Charlotte E. W. Coe. S12 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Albert L. Coe. 

Descendant of Abner Woodward, of Connecticut, 

Daughter of Joseph Woodward and Submit T. Dun- 
ham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Woodward, a Revolutionary 
soldier. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Woodward, who was 
a commissioned officer in the army ; was at the battle 
of Bunker Hill. 

Also descendant of Jonathan Fuller, who served as 
a lieutenant in Capt. Whitmore's company. 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Durborow. ^i^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Allan Cathcart Durborow. 

Descendant of William Richards, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Daughter of Isaac Boyer and Elizabeth Richards, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Richards, Sr., and Eliza- 
beth Baird, his wife. 

William Richards, Sr., was intensely patriotic and 
took deep interest in the struggle for liberty ; he was 
among the signers of the " Non-Importation Act." 

Mrs. Louise Dickinson Sherman. 514 

Born in New York. 
Wife of P. L. Sherman. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 187 



Descendant of Walton Booth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Ralph Dickinson and Julia Ann 
Booth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anson Booth and Sally Wooster, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary New- 
ton, his wife. 

Walter Booth was a private in the Continental Army, 
enlisted April lo, 1777. 

Mrs. Sarah L. French. t^i^ 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of James H. French. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Selkri gg, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harry Webb and Olive Ann Selkrigg, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of L,orrin Selkrigg and Jemima Vassar, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jeremiah Selkrigg and Olive 
Stoddard, his wife. 

Jeremiah Selkrigg entered the service at the first alarm 
of war and was at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Miss Matilda Wilkins Denny. ^i6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Denny, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Harmer Denny and Elizabeth F. O'Hara, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny and Nancy Wil- 
kins, his wife. 

Ebenezer Denny was an ensign when but seventeen 
years old. Afterwards was a lieutenant, captain, major, 
and served until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Maria Irwin Holdship. ^17 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry Holdship. 

Descendant of John Irwin, Ireland and Pennsylvania. 



188 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Henry Irwin and Elizabeth Peterson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Irwin and Hannah Taylor, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Irwin and Mary Patti- 
son, his wife. 

John Irwin went into the service of his adopted 
country early in the war. He was with Washington at 
the surrender at Yorktown, and was a member of the 
Cincinnati. 

Miss Hannah Irwin. ^i8 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Irwin. 

Daughter of Henry Irwin and Elizabeth Peterson, his 
wife. 

See N. No. 517. 

Mrs. Amelia Neville Shields Oliver. ^19 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James Brown Oliver. 

Descendant of Gen. John Neville, Maj. Isaac Craig, 
and Maj. Daniel Leet. 

Daughter of Thomas Leet Shields and Winifred Ame- 
lia Chaplin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Shields and Eliza L,eet, his 
wife; and of John H. Chaplin and Harriet Craig (mater- 
nal), his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj . Daniel Leet and Wilhel- 
mina Ballou, his wife; and of Maj. Isaac Craig and 
Amelia Neville (maternal), his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Gen. John Neville and 
Winifred Oldham, his wife. 

Maj . Daniel Leet served in the Revolutionary War as 
quartermaster, paymaster, and brigade master in the 
Virginia Line. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 189 



Isaac Craig was a lieutenant of marines and commis- 
sioned as captain. He was present at the crossing of 
the Delaware and in subsequent battles. 

Gen. John Neville was colonel of Fourtli Regiment, 
Virginia Line in Revolution. 

Miss Amelia Neville Oliver. po 

Boru in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Gen. John Neville, Maj. Isaac Craig, 
and Maj. Daniel Leet. 

Daughter of James Brown Oliver and Amelia Neville 
Shields, his wife. 

See N. No. 519. 

Mrs. M. D. Denny. ^21 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. O'Hara Denny. 

Descendant of Dr. George Stevenson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. Henry Stevenson and Elizabeth Dar- 
ragh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. George Stevenson and Mary 
Holmes, his wife. 

Dr. George Stevenson raised a company and enrolled 
in Chambers' regiment, the first of the line in Pennsyl- 
vania. He participated in the battle of Brandywine. 
He drew a plan of the battlefield, which is still in the 
possession of the family, a copy of which was presented 
to Lafayette on the occasion of his visit to the battlefield 
in 1825. 

Mrs. Henrietta Logan Scott. ^22 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles H. Scott. 

Descendant of Hon. George Bryan, of Dublin and 
Philadelphia. 

Daughter of John T. Logan and Henrietta Bryan, his 
wife. 



190 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of George Bryan and Anna Maria 
Steinman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Bryan. 

George Bryan was vice president of Executive Coun- 
cil, member of Committee of Safety, framer of Constitu- 
tion of Pennsylvania, and justice of the Supreme Court 
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Elvira Gould Brokaw. ^23 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Isaac Vail Brokaw. 

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Tuttle, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Joseph Gould and Eloise Elvira Tuttle, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Tuttle and Elizabeth Far- 
rand, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Timothy Tuttle and Mary 
Ward, his wife. 

Timothy Tuttle was a captain of New Jersey militia 
in the Revolutionary War. 

Mrs. Mary Cynthia Baker Chaffee. ^24 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward James Chaffee. 

Descendant of Daniel Baker, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Daniel Baker and Hannah Durand, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Baker and Cynthia Shattuck, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Daniel Baker and Margaret 
Osborn, his wife. 

Daniel Baker was a soldier in the Continental Army, 
in Capt. Scudder's company, of New Jersey. 

Miss Jessie Gilpin Cooke. ^2^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. Robert Smith, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Harvey Cooke and Elizabeth 
Richmond Marsden, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 191 



Granddaughter of John Hatton Marsden and Susan 
Grier, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Smith Grier and Eliz- 
abeth Laverty, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathan Grier and Su- 
sannah Smith, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Robert Smith and 
Margaret Vaughn, his wife. 

Robert Smith was commissioned lieutenant by the 
Supreme Executive Council for Chester county, Pa., 
having sole charge of raising, arming, and provisioning 
the military contingent of his district. 

Mrs. Katherine J. Cooper. ^26 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Philip H. Cooper, U. S. N. 

Descendant of Col. James Taylor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Taintor Foote and Jordena Harris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj . Horatio J. Harris and Keturah 
Taylor, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. James Taylor and Ke- 
turah Moses, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Lieut. Col. James Tay- 
lor and Anne Hubbard, his wife. 

James Taylor was lieutenant colonel of militia under 
Gen. Washington. 

Mrs. Myrah Gray Eakins. ^27 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Joseph J. Eakins. 

Descendant of Capt. George Gray, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Joseph Davis Bondurant and Myrah 
Gray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Angerenn Gray and Myrah McCon- 

nell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. George Gray and Mil- 
dred Thompson, his wife. 



192 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Capt. George Gray went forth at the head of one 
hundred men against the British, that the old flag might 
float over the heads of free men ! 

Mrs. Ethel Grace Harrison. ^28 

Born in Mar5-land. 

Wife of D. B. Harrison. 

Descendant of Jacob Strembeck, Sr., of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Louis Joseph Allen and Mary E. Ber- 
ford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Ambrose Allen and Eliza- 
beth Strembeck, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob Strembeck, Jr., and 
Ann Davis, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jacob Strembeck, Sr., 
and Maria Steinmetz, his wife. 

Jacob Strembeck was drummer and private in Col. 
Thomas Proctor's (Fourth) Artillery, afterwards pro- 
moted to ensign. He was in the battle of Brandy wine 
and wintered at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Amelia Leavitt Hill. ^29 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward Bruce Hill. 

Descendant of Seth Field, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Cheney Foote, M. D., and Ame- 
lia Leavitt Jenkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Elial Todd Foote and Anna 
Cheney, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Foote and Sibyl Doo- 
little, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Oliver Doolittle and 
Sibyl Field, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Seth Field and 
Susan Doolittle, his wife. 

Seth Field was a member of the Committee of Corre- 
spondence and Safety, of Northfield, Mass. 




/. MRS. H. r. BOVNTON, 

]'ice-Pt esidenl General. 

2. MRS. MARSHALL MAC DONALD, 

Treasurer General. 

3. MRS. F. O. ST. CLAIR, 

I 'ice-President General. 



4. MRS. GEORGE H. SHIELDS, 

Recording Secretary General. 

5. MRS. A. li\ GREELY, 

Vice-President General. 

6. MRS. LEO KNOTT, 

Vice-President General. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 193 



Mrs. Lucia Houston Hull. ^30 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of George Huntington HulL 

Descendant of CoL William Polk, Gen. Thomas 
Polk, Gen. Allen Jones, and Col. Nicholas Long. 

Daughter of Russell Houston and Grizelda Polk, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Polk and Mary Long, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. William Polk and Gri- 
zelda Gilchrist, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Gen. Thomas Polk and 
Susan Spratt, his wife. 

Col. Wm. Polk was present at the drawing of the 
Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence; joined the 
Continental Army and served through the war ; was a 
member of the Cincinnati. 

Gen. Thomas Polk signed the Mecklenburg Declara- 
tion of Independence ; was colonel of minute men. 

Gen. Allen Jones was brigadier general of minute 
men of North Carolina ; member of Continental Congress. 

Col. Nicholas Long was colonel of minute men and 
commissary general of North Carolina. 

Mrs. Alice Gray Ingles. ^3^ 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of William C. Ingles. 
Descendant of Capt. George Gray. 
Same ancestry as N. No. 527. 

Marquise Clara Lanza. ^32 

Born in Kansas. 

Wife of Marquis Manfredi Lanza. 

Descendant of Hon. Rezin Hammond. 

Daughter of Wm. A. Hammond (surgeon general, U. 
S. A.) and Helen Nisbet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wesley Hammond, M. D., 
and Sarah Pinkney, his wife. 



194 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Philip Hammond and 
Nancy Joyce, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Rezin Hammond and 
Ann Catherine Sellman, his wife. He was a member of 
the Committee of Safety of the L,egislative Council of 
Maryland. 

Mrs. Caroline E. Monell. ^33 

Boru in New York. 

Wife of Judge John J. Monell (deceased). 

Descendant of Col. William Stephens Smith, of New 
York. 

Daughter of John Peter de Wint and Caroline Amelia 
, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. W. S. Smith and Abigail 
Adams, his wife. 

Col. William Stephens Smith entered the army at 
the age of eighteen ; was on Washington's staff a great 
part of the time ; and fought in twenty -two battles. 
His wife was the only daughter of John and Abigail 
Adams. 

Mrs. Minnie Berford Ludin. ^34 

Wife of George Ludin. 

Descendant of Jacob Strembeck, Sr. 

Same ancestry as N. No. 528. 

Miss Mary Falconer Perrin. 1^3^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Falconer, of White Plains, N. Y. 

Daughter of John Corbey Perrin and Jane Falconer 
Vogel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Vogel and Ann Falconer, 
his wife. 

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

John Falconer was a captain under Gen. Thomas, and 
served his country in the army during the war. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 195 



Miss Anna Falconer Perrin. 936 

Descendant of John Falconer. 

See N. No. 535. 

Mrs. Eliza Curtiss Prescott. ^37 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George B. Prescott. 

Descendant of Israel Parsons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Israel Merrick Parsons and Maria Curtiss, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Parsons and Polly Marvin, 
his wife. 

Israel Parsons enlisted in the Continental Army and 
was assistant quartermaster. 

Miss Elizabeth DeWitt Robinson. ^38 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Trumbull, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jeremiah P. Robinson and Margaret D. 
Lanman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David T. Lanman and Margaret 
Downing, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter Lanman and Abigail 
Trumbull, his wife. 

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

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Trum- 
bull and Faith Robinson, his wife. 

See N. No. 539. 

Mrs. Florence Trumbull Lanman Van Buren. ^39 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Thomas Broadhead Van Buren. 
Descendant of Jonathan Trumbull, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of David Trumbull Lanman and Elizabeth 
Batelle Knapp, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Peter Lanman and Catherine Cook, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter Lanman and Abigail 
Trumbull, his wife. 

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

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Trum- 
bull and Faith Robinson, his wife. 

Jonathan Trumbull was colonial governor of Con- 
necticut and chief commissary general of the Revolution, 
having charge also of issuing letters of marque and re- 
prisal and of the enlistment of troops. Familiarly called 
by Washington " Brother Jonathan." 

Mrs. Maria L. Warner. ^40 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Adams Warner. 

Descendant of Andrew Engle, of Philadelphia. 

Daughter of John Lovett and Maria Engle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Engle and Janet Strachan, 
his wife. 

Andrew Engle received his commission as lieutenant, 
Third Pennsylvania Regiment, December 20, 1778, and 
remained in the army until it was disbanded in 1783. 

Mrs. Ann Eliza Woodbury Wynkoop. ^41 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of Dr. Gerardus H. Wynkoop. 

Descendant of Col. Easton, of Pittsfield, Mass. 

Daughter of Gen. Daniel P. Woodbury and Catherine 
Rachel Childs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Thomas Childs and Ann Eliza 
Cory ton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Timothy Childs and 
Rachel Easton, his wife. He was a lieutenant of 
minute men. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Easton, who served 



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in the Continental Army under the command of Ethan 
Allen, and was at the storming of Ticonderoga. 

Also descendant of Capt. Timothy Childs, who raised 
a company of minute men in Deerfield, Mass. 

Mrs. Adelaide Bronk Lampman. ^42 

Born in New York. 

Wife of L,ouis Lampman. 

Descendant of Maj. John L- Bronk, New York; 
Lieut. Col. Leonard Bronk, New York; and Col. John 
Ely, New York. 

Daughter of Leonard Bronk and Maria Ely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Leonard Bronk and 
Catharine Van Den Berg, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Maj. John L. Bronk and 
Elsie Van Buren, his wife. 

John L. Bronk was commissioned second major of the 
Eleventh Regiment by the Provincial Congress of the 
Colony of New York. His son, Leonard Bronk, was 
commissioned first lieutenant by Gov. George Clinton. 

Also descendant of Col. John Ely, who raised and 
equipped a regiment with his own money, which he 
commanded. 

Miss FLORENCE WaDSWORTH PRESCOTT. ^4} 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Israel Parsons, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Bartlett Prescott and Eliza Cur- 
tiss, his wife. 
See N. No. 537. 

Miss Alice A. Catlin. ^44 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Catlin and Capt. Noah 
Guernsey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Guy Catlin and Julia Guernsey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Levi Catlin and Elizabeth Landon, 



198 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

his wife ; and of Noah Guernsey and Amanda Crosby, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of L,ieut. Thomas Catlin and 
Capt. Noah Guernsey. 

Thomas Catlin was lieutenant in the Continental 
Army, serving in a company raised in Litchfield, which 
marched to New York with the first six battalions from 
Connecticut. 

Capt. Noah Guernsey also serv^ed in the Continental 
Army (tradition). 

Miss Fanny Wynkoop Clark. ^4^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of James Schureman, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James J. Clark and Emma Wynkoop, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Richard Wynkoop and Cath- 
erine Schureman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Schureman and Elea- 
nor Williamson, his wife. 

James Schureman was commander of a company in 
the battle of Eong Island, and a minute man afterwards. 

Mrs. Emma Wynkoop Clark. ^46 

Wifeof James J. Clark. 

Descendant of James Schureman, of New Jersey. 

See N. No. 545. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Townsend Meagher. ^47 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Maj. Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher, U. S. 
V. (deceased). 

Descendant of Gen. Edward Paine, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Peter Townsend and Caroline Paine Par- 
rish, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Edward Paine, who was an 
ofiicer in the War of the Revolution, and the founder of 
Painesville, Ohio. 



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?48 



Mrs. Mary J. Field. 549 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George White Field, M. D. (deceased). 

Descendant of Abraham Van Doren, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Samuel Jones, M. D., and Rosannah 
Covert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Covert, M. D., and Maria 
Van Doren, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Van Doren and 
Mary Covert, his wife. 

Capt. Abraham Van Doren enlisted as a sergeant in 
the company of Capt. Ten Eyck, of Second Battalion of 
Somerset county, N. J. 

Miss Mabel Bradford Benedict. ^^o 

Born in District of Cohimbia. 

Descendant of John Gano, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Frank Rogers Benedict and Sarah Brad- 
ford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Talmadge Benedict and A. 
S. , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Rev. David Benedict and 
Margaret H. Gano, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Stephen Gano and Cor- 
nelia Vavasour, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of John Gano and 
Sarah Stites, his wife. 

John Gano was a captain during the Revolutionary 
War. 



200 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Also descendant of Col. Dunimer Sewell, who served 
as a colonel and muster master during the Revolution. 

Also descendant of Thomas Benedict, who served his 
country as private in tlie Continental L,ine. 

Stephen Gano was also a surgeon in the American 
Army . 

IVlRS. Caroline Dillingham Carpenter. ^^i 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Matthew H. Carpenter (deceased). 

Descendant of Paul Dillingham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Paul Dillingham, Jr., and Julia Carpen- 
ter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Paul Dillingham and Hannah 
Smith, his wife. 

Paul Dillingham was a soldier in the Continental 
Army. 

Aliss Elizabeth Ward Green. ^^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Thomas Henderson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Richard Montgomery Green and T. 
Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Henderson Green and 
Mary T. Gulick, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Montgomery Green 
and Mary Henderson, his wdfe. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Henderson 
and Rachael Burrowes, his wife. 

Thomas Henderson was a major in the Continental 
Army, was a member of the Provincial Council, member 
of Congress, and acting governor of New Jersey. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds Ricketts. ^^^ 

Bern in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Col. R. B. Ricketts. 

Descendant of Col. John Burr, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of William Champion Reynolds and Jane 
Holburton Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Smith and Frances Holburton, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Holburton and Eunice 
Burr, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. John Burr and 
Eunice Booth, his wife. 

Capt. John Burr was major of Connecticut forces in 
the siege of Port Royal, N. F., and held several commis- 
sions in Nova Scotia, the colony, service. 

Also descendant of William Holburton, of Connecti- 
cut, who was a soldier in Connecticut militia, and of 
Lieut. Abraham Smith, an officer in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Cornelia V. Washburn. ^^4 

Born iu Massachusetts. 

Wife of Oliver O. Washburn. 

Descendant of Thomas Benedict, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rodney Sibley and Avis Rebecca Bene- 
dict, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Benedict and Margaret H. 
Gano, his wife. 

See N. No. 550. 

Mrs. Mary Cornelia Talbot. sS^ 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William Richmond Talbot. 

Descendant of Henry Gindrat, South Carolina and 
Georgia. 

Daughter of Richard James Arnold and Louisa Caro- 
line Gindrat, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abram Gindrat and Barbara Clark, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Gindrat and Mary 
May, his wife. 

Henry Gindrat ser\'ed as lieutenant and captain in 
Gen. Greene's army. 



202 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Also descendant of Capt. McKay, a patriot and sol- 
dier. 

Also descendant of Welcome iVrnold and Gov. William 
Greene, of Rhode Island, patriots. 

Mrs. Anne Ives C. D. Ames. ^^6 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Gen. William Ames. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hoppin and Ebenezer 
Dorr. 

Daughter of Edward Carrington and Candace C. Dorr, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Carrington and Laurania 
Hoppin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Benjamin Hoppin and 
Anna Rawson, his wife. 

Col. Benjamin Hoppin was commissioned captain in 
the Continental Army and fought under Gen. Washing- 
ton at Trenton, Princeton, Monmouth, and White 
Plains. 

Also descended from Ebenezer Dorr, who took the 
historic ride with Paul Revere, each taking a different 
route ; both arrived at Clark's house in Lexington at 
nearly the same time. 

Miss Frances Street Hoppin. ^^7 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Benjamin Hoppin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Frederick Street Hoppin and Clara Tracy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Warner Hoppin and 
Frances A. F. Street, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Hoppin and Esther 
P. Warner, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Hoppin and 
Anna Rawson, his wife. • 

See N. No. 556. 



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Miss Mary Cornelia Talbot, 2d. ^1^8 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Silas Talbot, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Richmond Talbot and Mary 
Cornelia Arnold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Nicoll Talbot and Char- 
lotte Richmond, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Washington Talbot 
and Maria DePeyster Bancker, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Silas Talbot and Anna 
Richmond, his wife. 

Silas Talbot took an active leadership in the battle of 
Rhode Island and was afterwards taken prisoner and 
taken to England. He served both in the army and 
navy, reaching the rank of commodore. 

Miss Annie W. Stockbridge. ^^9 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Joseph Charles Mauran, of Rhode 
Island. 

Daughter of John Calvin Stockbridge and Mary Tyler 
Mauran, his 'wife. 

Granddaughter of Suchet Mauran and Sophia Bowen, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Charles Mauran and 
Olive Bickwell, his wife. 

Joseph Charles Mauran 's name is to be found among 
that famous band of naval commanders who were the 
founders of the first fleet of armed vessels of the United 
States of North America. 

Miss Mary Suchet Stockbridge. ^60 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Descendant of Joseph Charles Mauran. 
See N. No. 559. 

Miss Maria M. Benedict. ^6i 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Descendant of Thomas Benedict. 



204 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Rev. David Benedict and Margaret H. 
Gano, his wife. 

See N. Nos. 550 and 554. 
Descendant of Rev. John Gano. 
See N. No. 550. 

Miss Sarah Louise Humphreys. ^62 

Boni iu Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Capt. Sylvanus Martin, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daugliter of James Humphreys and Rebecca Covell 
Martin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Brown Martin and Sally 
Thurber, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Sj'lvanus Martin and Amy 
Brown, his wife. 

Sylvanus Martin was a lieutenant and captain of Con- 
tinental militia. 

Miss Sallie Duncan Postlethwaite. ^63 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. Charles Scott, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Capt. G. Lewis Postlethwaite and Sarah 
Morton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Postlethwaite and Mary Scott 
(daughter of Gen. Scott), his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gen. Chas. Scott and Mary 
Sweeney, his wife. 

Charles Scott commanded the first company raised 
south of the James river for the Revolutionary Army. 
He was promoted to brigadier general . He was the last 
to leave the field at Monmouth, and testified against Lee 
at his court martial. 

Mrs. Mary Henshaw Foster. ^64 

Born iu Rhode Island. 
Descendant of Gov. William Greene. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 205 



Davighter of George Coolis Nightingale and Mary 
Gorham Henshaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Nightingale and Mary 
Greene, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Greene and Celia 
Greene, his wife. 

Great- great-granddaughter of Gov. William Greene 
and Catherine Ray, his wife. 

William (^reene was governor of Rhode Island and a 
member of the Council of War. 

Mrs. Gabrielle Postlethwaite Mason. ^6^ 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Charles Felix Mason. 
Descendant of Maj . Gen. Charles Scott. 
See N. No. 563. 

Mrs. Rebekah Burnet G. Goddard. ^66 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Robert Hale I. Goddard. 

Descendant of William Burnet. 

Daughter of Hon. Wm. Slocum Groesbeck and Eliza- 
beth Burnet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Jacob Burnet and Rebekah 
Wallace, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Surgeon General William 
Burnet and Mary Camp, his wife. 

William Burnet was chairman of Committee of Public 
Safety, member of the Continental Congress from New 
Jersey, and surgeon general of Eastern Department. 

Mrs. Laura Harris Craighead. ^67 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Erwin Craighead. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Calloway, Virginia and 
Kentucky. 

Daughter of Maj. Wm. Hooper Harris and Frances 
Virginia Martin, his wife. 



206 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Chas. C. V. Martin and Frances 
Holder Williams, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Richard D. Williams 
and Catherine Holder, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Capt. John Holder and 
Frances Calloway, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Col. Richard Cal- 
loway. 

Col. Richard Calloway and Capt. Holder were patriots 
and soldiers in the struggle for Independence. 

Miss Elizabeth Woodward Orme. ^68 

}5orn in Georgia. 

Descendant of Col. Archibald Orme, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Francis Hodgson Orme and Ellen Vail 
Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Archibald Orme and Lucy Priestley, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Orme and Sarah Mc- 
Allister, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Archibald Orme and 
Eliza Johns, his wife. 

Archibald Orme was a colonel in military service. 

Also descendant of William Pope, one of " Marion's 
men," James Theus, of the regular Continental Line, 
and Richard McAllister, colonel of minute men. 

Miss Helen Talbot. ^69 

Boru in Rliode Island. 

Descendant of Silas Talbot, of Massachusetts. 
See N. No. 558. 

Mrs. Mildred Scrutchin. ^70 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of J. G. Scrutchin. 

Descendant of Gov. James Jackson, of Georgia. 
Daughter of James Jackson and Ada Mitchell, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of William Henry Jackson and Mil- 
dred Lewis Cobb, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Jackson and Mary 
Charlotte Young, his wife. 

Gov. James Jackson, of Georgia, was colonel of 
legionary corps, Georgia brigade, Continental I^ine. 

Also descendant of William Young, member of first 
Provincial Congress of Georgia, and an ardent patriot. 

Mrs. Hester D. Boylston. ^71 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of J. Reid Bojdston (deceased). 

Descendant of William Henry Drayton, of South 
Carolina. 

Daughter of Alfred Rose Drayton and Martha Somers 
Rowand, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Drayton and Hester Rose 
Tidyman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Henry Drayton and 
Dorothy Golightly, his wife. 

William Henry Drayton was a member of the Con- 
gress which met in Philadelphia, September, 1778. 

Mrs. Sarah Cobb Johnson Hagan. ^72 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of Dr. Hugh Hagan. 

Descendant of Maj. Roger Johnson. 

Daughter of Dr. John M. Johnson and Mary Willis 
Cobb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. James Johnson and Jane I^eper, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj . Roger Johnson and Elizabeth 
Thomas, his wife. 

Roger Johnson was major of the Second Battalion of 
Frederick county militia, commanded by his brother, 
Col. James Johnson. 

Also descendant of Jane Merriwether Lewis, mother 
of recognized patriots Charles Lewis, Nicholas Lewis, 
and William Lewis. 



208 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Eliza Bayard Brown. ^73 

Boru iu Georgia. 

Wife of Robert Ewing Brown. 

Descendant of Peter Van Brugli lyivingston, of New 
York. 

Daughter of James A. Shanklin and Catharine A. 
Sadler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henr\^ R. Sadler and Catharine A. 
Mcintosh, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John H. Mcintosh and Eliza 
Bayard, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nicholas Bayard and 
Catherine Livingston, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Peter Van Brugh 
Livingston and Mary Alexander, his wife. 

Peter Van Brugh Livingston was president of the 
Provincial Congress from the State of New York. 

Mrs. Frances Macbeth Glessner. 574 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John J. Glessner. 

Descendant of Robert Whitehill of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Reed Macbeth and Nancy Bayard, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Macbeth and Rachel 
Whitehill, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Whitehill and Eleanor 
Reed, his wife. 

Robert Whitehill was a member of the Committee of 
Safety and of the First Congress. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Livingston Steele Adams. ^7^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Egerton Adams. 

Daughter of John F.Steele and Frances Mary , 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Steele and Mary Augusta 
Livingston, his wife. 



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Great-granddaughter of Moncrieffe Livingston and 
Frances Covert, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Peter R. L,ivingston, a 
noted patriot during the Revolution. 

Also descended from John Barnard and Timothy 
Dodd, soldiers in the Connecticut Line. 

Miss Elizabeth Mattocks. ^76 

Born iu Illinois. 

Descendant of Samuel Mattocks, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Mattocks and Sarah F. Harris, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. John Mattocks and Mary 
Elizabeth Brewer, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gov. John Mattocks and 
Esther Newell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Mattocks and 
Sarah Burdell, his wife. 

Samuel Mattocks was a captain in the Continental 
Army in 1778 ; member of the Committee of Ten, and 
member of the Vermont General Assembly of 1783. 

Mrs. Mary F. Reilly. ^77 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Edith Howe Bradford, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Joel Willson and Edith Bradford, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Bradford and Edith 
Howe, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bazeeleel Howe and Anna 
Foster, his wife. 

Darius Howe was an ensign November 26, 1779. 

Bazeeleel Howe was second lieutenant January i, 
1777. 

Edith Howe, sister to the above, had a web of cloth 
in the loom when the war broke out. She cut it up 
into garments for the soldiers and her two brothers were 
equipped for the war. 



210 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Mary Washington Keyser. ^78 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Henry Irvine Keyser. 

Descendant of Augustine Washington and his wife, 
Jane Butler ; also of his second wife, Mary Ball, of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Lewis William Washington and Mary 
A. Barrott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Corbin Washington and 
Eliza Ridgely Beall, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. William Augustine 
Washington and Jane Washington, daughter of John 
Aug. Washington, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Augustine Washington and 
Anne Aylett, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Augustine Washington 
and Jane C. Butler, and Mary Ball, his second wife. 

Mary Ball was mother of Gen. George Washington ; 
Augustine Washington was a brother of Gen. Wash- 
ington. 

Mrs. Helen Field Conover. ^79 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Francis Stevens Conover. 

Descendant of Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Richard Stockton Field and Mary Ritchie, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Field and Abigail Stock- 
ton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Annis 
Boudinot, his wife. 

Richard Stockton was one of the signers of the Decla- 
ration of Independence. 

Mrs. Eliza E. Fisher Ayres (deceased). ^80 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Sylvanus Ayres (deceased) . 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 211 



Descendant of Hendrick Fisher, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Hendrick Fisher and Marj- Brokaw, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Fisher and Margaret McCrea, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Hendrick Fisher and Eliza- 
beth Bries, his wife. 

Hendrick Fisher was chairman of Committee of 
Safety, president of Provincial Congress of New Jersey, 
and member of Assembly. 

Mrs. Julia Maria Platt. :^8i 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Wm. Alexander Platt. 

Descendant of Capt. Kenneth Hankinson, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Gustavus Adolphus Hankinson and Deb- 
orah Bertine Remsen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Hankinson and Sarah Dun- 
ham, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Kenneth Hankinson and 
Eleanor Conover, his wife. 

Kenneth Hankinson was one of the men appointed to 
decide who were Tories. The property of the Tories 
was confiscated and they were lodged in Morristown 
jail. 

Also descendant of Jacob Fford, who was colonel of 
battalion of Morris county and of State troops. 

Miss Sarah N. Gilchrist. ^82 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Dr. John Francis Vacher, born in 
France. 

Daughter of Robert Gilchrist and Frances Vacher, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Francis Vacher and Sarah 
Potter, his wife. 

Dr. John Francis Vacher was a surgeon of the Fourth 
New York Regiment. 



212 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Miss Frances D. Booraem. ^83 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Francis Vacher. 

Daughter of Henry A. Booraem and Cornelia Van 
Vorst, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Van Vorst and Sarah Vacher, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. John Francis Vacher. 

See N. No. 582. 

Miss Rebecca Shields. ^84 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Maj. Daniel I^eet, Maj. Isaac Craig, 
and Gen. John Neville. 
See N. No. 519. 

Mrs. Lydia Shields Jones. ^8i^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of William L. Jones. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel I^eet, Maj. Isaac Craig, 
and Gen. John Neville. 
See N. No. 519. 

Miss Mary Pattison Semple. ^86 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Maj . John Irwin (born in Ireland) , of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Alexander Semple and Elizabeth Irwin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. John Irwin and Mary Pat- 
tison, his wife. 

John Irwin served in the Pennsylvania I^ine during 
the entire war. He was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Mary O'Hara Denny Spring. ^87 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of J. Walter Spring. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Denny. 
See N. No. 516. 



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Mrs. Anna Denny Corcoran. ^88 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Denny. 

Daughter of St. Clair Denny and Caroline Frances 
Hamilton Denny, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny. 
See N. No. 516. 

Miss Ada Jackson. ^89 

Born in Georgia. 
Descendant of Gov. James Jackson, of Georgia. 
Daughter of James Jackson and Ada Mitchell, his 
wife. 

See N. No. 570. 

Mrs. Caroline Denny Corcoran Childs. ^90 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of Asa P. Childs, Jr. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Denny. 

Daughter of Wm. M. Corcoran and Annie Hardine 
Denny, his wife. 

See N. Nos. 516 and 588. 

Miss Mary Elliott McCandless. ^91 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Stephen Lowrey (born in Ireland), 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hon. Wilson McCandless and Sarah 
North Collins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Collins and Sarah Eowrey , 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Col. Stephen Lowrey and 

Sarah Spencer, his wife. 

Stephen Lowrey was commissary general in the War 
of the Revolution. 

Rev. Elihu Spencer, a chaplain in the War of the 
Revolution, was also an ancestor. 



214 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary O'Hara Darlington. ^92 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of James O'Hara, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of William McCuUough Darlington and 
Mary Carson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Butler O'Hara and Mary 
Boyd, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James O'Hara. 

James O'Hara was captain of a company of volun- 
teers, 1776 ; he served in the army throughout the war. 

Miss Edith Darlington. ^9^ 

Descendant of James O'Hara. 
See N. No. 592. 

Mrs. Katherine Jones Wallace. ^94 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Thomas Wallace. 

Descendant of Jonathan Jones, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Glancy Jones and Anna Rodman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jehu Jones and Sarah Glancy, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Jones, who was a 
lieutenant colonel in the Continental Army. He was a 
member of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania from 
Bucks county. 

Miss ANNA MALAZENA SPRING. ^9^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Denny. 

Daughter of James Walton Spring and Mary O'Hara 
Denny, his wife. 
See N. No. 516. 

Mrs. Flora McKnight Pierce. ^96 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of William I.. Pierce. 
Descendant of Capt. John WiJkins. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 215 



Daughter of Robert McKnight and Elizabeth O'Hara 
Denny, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harmar Denny and Elizabeth 
O'Hara, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny and Nancy 
Wilkins, his wife. He carried dispatches to Fort Pitt 
from Carlisle at the age of 14; was afterwards ensign 
and lieutenant in Pennsylvania Line (Seventh, Fourth, 
and Third regiments). 

Also great-granddaughter of James O'Hara, captain 
in Ninth Virginia Regiment ; afterwards first quarter- 
master general, United States Army. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Denny, com- 
missary of issues at Carlisle during the war. 

Also great-great-granddaughter of Capt. John Wil- 
kins, who equipped a company at his own expense and 
joined Col. Oliver Spencer's regiment of Continental 
Line. 

Miss Kate Cassatt McKnight. ^97 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins. 
Daughter of Robert McKnight and Elizabeth O'Hara 
Denny, his wife. 
See N. No. 596. 

Mrs. Helen Eliza Remington. ^98 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Cyrus K. Remington. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Matteson, Jr. 

Daughter of Harry H. Matteson and Harriet White, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Matteson, Jr., and Hannah 
Richardson, his wife. 

Samuel Matteson had seven sons and with them en- 
tered the War for Independence ; served during the war 
and at its expiration each had been commissioned. 

Also descendant of Joel Clark, a Revolutionary officer. 



216 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



IVlRS. Mary C. Thornton. 1^99 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Wm. Foster Thornton. 

Descendant of Capt. James Gordon Heron, born in 
Dumfries, Scotland ; lived in Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Gen. George Hampden Crosman (U. S. 
A.) and Hannah Blair Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander William Foster and 
Jane Thompson Heron, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. James Gordon Heron 
and Eleanor Evans, his wife. 

Capt. James Gordon Heron, born in Scotland, was 
lieutenant and captain of a company in Col. Hazen's 
regiment of "Congress' Own," Continental Line, in 
1777. Taken prisoner at Staten Island. 

Also descendant of Col. Robt. Crosman, Rev. Wm. 
Foster, and Private Ephraim Kieth, 

Miss Harriet Hallowell. 600 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Christopher Marshall, born in Dublin. 

Daughter of Lewis Morris Hallowell and Harriet 
Cordelia Hawley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb W. Hallowell and Mary 
Morris Tyson, his wife. 

See paper of Mary M. Hallowell. 

Mrs. Emmie Foote Patty. 601 

Born in Mississippi. 

Descendant of Mary Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of H. W. Foote and Frances Lucinda Dade, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry C. Dade and Katherine 
Lewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and 

, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and 
Betty Washington, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 217 



Great-great-great-granddaughter of Augustine Wash- 
ington and Mary Ball, his wife, who was the mother of 
George Washington, the Commander-in-Chief of the 
armies of the Revolution. 

Mrs. Eliza Phelps Hammatt. 602 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Roger Sherman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Seymour Law Phelps and Mary Culver, 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Leicester Phelps and Betsy 
I^aw Sherman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Sherman and Sarah 

Law, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Roger Sherman, who 
served as senator and in other public offices. 

Mrs. Myra Fonda Galbraith. 603 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Asa Priest, of Massachusetts . 
Daughter of Joseph Yates Fonda and Mary Little- 
john Priest, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Priest and Sarah Dolittle, his 

wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Asa Priest, who served as a 
soldier in the Tenth Regiment of Massachusetts. He 
was at Valley Forge. 

Mrs. Anna Maria Lathrope Hewes. 604 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Shields, born in Scotland. 

Daughter of Dyer Lathrope and Ann Shields, his 
wife. 

[Lineage not carried out] . 

Daniel Shields entered the army July 14, 1780. Served 
under Gen. James Clinton and Gen. Lafayette, and re- 
ceived a badge of merit signed by Gen. Washington. 



218 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Jane L. Stanford. 605- 

Wife of Hon. Leland Stanford. 

Daughter of Dyer Lathrope and Ann Shields, his 
wife. 

[Application not made out.] 
See N. No. 604. 

Mrs. Sophia Lester Witbeck. 606 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Clark Witbeck. 

Descendant of Guy Lester, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Rosa and H. Louise Hinckley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hinckley and Sophia Lester, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Guy Lester, who was a soldier 
in Col. Lamb's regiment of artillery of Connecticut. 

Mrs. Isabella Litchfield Sturtevant. 607 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Luther Sturtevant. 

Descendant of Caleb Litchfield, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Caleb Litchfield, who served as private 
in coast guard ; private in marine and private in infantry 
during the Revolution. 

Miss Grace Lynde Bates. 608 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of EHas Bascom, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Bascom Bates and Addie Lilian 
Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Howard Bates and Eunice 
Senianthc Bascom, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dorus Bascom and Chloe 
Hulburd, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Elias Bascom, who 
served as soldier and was in the battle of Saratoga. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 219 



Mrs. Ann I. Palmer. 609 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of John E. Palmer. 

Descendant of Samuel Fogg, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin Mc Daniels and Nancy Fogg, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Fogg, who served as drum- 
mer and private in the Massachusetts militia. 

Mrs. Henrietta Johnston. 610 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Wm. H. Johnston. 

Descendant of Philip Johnston, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Caleb lyloyd and Martha Ann Johnston , 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Johnston, who served as 
colonel in Hunt's battalion, Heard's brigade. 

Mrs. Julia Washington Fontaine. 611 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Sydney T. Fontaine. 

Descendant of Samuel Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Laurence A. Washington and Martha 
Dickinson Shrewsbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Laurence A. Washington and Mary 
Wood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Washington, who 
served as colonel of the Virginia Line during the Revo- 
lution . 

Mrs. Marion Thomas Cobb Smith. 612 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Hoke Smith. 

Descendant of Jane Merri wether, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Gen. Thomas R. R. Cobb and Marian 
McHenry L,unipkin, his wife. 



220 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Addison Cobb and Sarah 
Robinson Rooter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Cobb and Mildred 
Lewis, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Cobb and Mary 
Lewis, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Robert Lewis and 
Jane Merri wether, his wife, who was the mother of 
three patriots, viz : Charles Lewis, colonel of Virginia 
Line; Nicholas Lewis, colonel of Virginia militia, and 
Wm. Lewis, officer, who served during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Sallie Addison Jackson. 613 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Capt. Henry Jackson. 

Descendant of Jane Merriwether, mother of three 
patriots. 

See N. No. 612. 

Mrs. Ellie Guthrie Painter. 614 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Park Painter. 

Descendant of John Guthrie, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Bruce Guthrie and Catherine 
McKee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James V. Guthrie and Martha 
Brandon, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Guthrie, who served as 
lieutenant in the Eighth Pennsylvania Line. 

Also descendant of John Brandon, who was a captain 
in the New Jersey Line. 

Mrs. Henry L. Pope. 61^ 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of ^Villiam Moore. 

Daughter of Urban E. Ewing, M. D., and Sarah 
Lloyd Robert Moore, his wife. 



MEMBtRSHlP ROLL. 221 



Granddaughter of Robert Karney Moore and Cathe- 
rine Allen, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Moore, who served 
as president of the Supreme Executive Council of 
Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Mary L Duncan Putnam. 6i6 

Bom ill Pennsylvauia. 

Wife of Charles E. Putnam. 

Descendant of Rev. James Caldwell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Joseph Duncan and Elizabeth Caldwell 
Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James R. Smith and Hannah Cald- 
well, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Caldwell, chaplain of 
the New Jersey brigade. He was known as the fighting 
parson. 

Mrs. Mary Hall Jordan. 617 

Born in Pcnns3-lvania. 

Wife of Francis Jordan. 

Descendant of Elihew Hall, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Maclay Hall and Ellen Camp- 
bell Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Hall and Esther Maclay, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elihew Hall, who served as 
colonel in the Maryland Line. 

Also descendant of William Maclay, John Harris, 
and Capt. Fisher, all of Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Dora Adams Hopkins. 618 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Alexander S. Hopkins. 
Descendant of Richard Wylley, of Georgia. 
Daughter of Flournoy Woodbridge Adams and Emma 
Willoughby Nowland, his wife. 



222 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Alexander Adams and 
Mary Mildred Flournoy, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Adams and Mary 
Bryan Wylley, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard "Wylley, who 
served as president of Council in Savannah and quarter- 
master general in the Continental Line of Georgia. 

Also descended from Jane Merri wether Lewis, the 
mother of three patriots. 

Mrs. Frances Coffin Martin. 619 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Henry Austin Martin. 

Descendant of Josiah Crosby, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Nathan Crosby and Rebecca Marquand 
Moody, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Crosby and Betty Hoit, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Josiah Crosby, who served as 
captain in Col. Reed's regiment of the New Hampshire 
Line. He had four sons, all of whom were in the army. 
Two were with him in the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Also descendant of Nathan Hoit, lieutenant in the 
Revolution and quartermaster Third New Hampshire 
Regiment. 

Miss Mary Isabella Forsyth. . 620 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jacobus Severyn Bruyn, of New York. 

Daughter of James Chrystie Forsyth and Mary Cath- 
erine Bruyn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Severyn Bruyn and Catherine Has- 
brouck, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacobus Severyn Bruyn, who 
raised and equipped a company for the Continental 
Army. He was promoted to lieutenant colonel and 
commanded a regiment at the battle of Fort Mont- 
gomery. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 223 



Also descendant of Abraham Hasbrouck, of New 
York, a member of tlie Provincial Congress and one 
of the Committee in Charge of Public Records. 

Also descendant of Cornelius W^^nkoop, who served 
in the War of the Revolution as assistant commissary. 

Miss Ellen Williams Hall. 621 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Elihew Hall, of Marjdand. 
Daughter of Louis Williams Hall and Kliza Warford, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 617. 

Mrs. Ida Dull Elder. 622 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Robert Elder. 

Descendant of Casper Dull, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Daniel Mathieu Dull and Nancy Bratton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Casper Dull and Jane Junkin, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Casper Dull, who served as 
cornet, lieutenant, and captain of light dragoons of 
Pennsylvania Line. 

Also descended from Wm. Bratton, captain of the 
Seventh Pennsylvania Regiment. 

Mrs. Bessie Gray Taylor Bissell. 623 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry Miller Bissell. 

Descendant of John Taylor, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Taylor and Anna Pauli, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Taylor and Grace Ann Totten, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Taylor, who served as 
captain, major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel during 
the Revolution. 



224 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Grace Ann Totten Taylor. 624 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. John Taylor, of New Jersey. 
See N. No. 623. 

Miss Zelie Jennings. 62^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Jacob Jennings, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Samuel C. Jennings and Emma Marie 
Passavant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Jennings and M. Chides- 
ter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob Jennings, who served 
as surgeon and as captain of the New Jersey Blues. 

Mrs. Jennie A. Dalzell. 626 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wifeof L. W. Dalzell. 

Descendant of Fergus Moorhead, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Moorhead and Annie C. Turner, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Moorhead and Jane McEl- 
hoes, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Fergus Moorhead, who served 
as captain of a company of Pennsylvania militia. 

Mrs. Mary Lyon Murdoch. 627 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Augustus P. Murdoch. 

Descendant of Benjamin L,yon, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of James Benjamin Lyon and Anna Mar- 
garet , his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lyon and Margaret Stewart, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Lyon, who served 
as private, lieutenant, and captain during the Revolu- 
tion in Col. Hand's regiment. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 225 



Also descendant of Samuel Stewart, a soldier in the 
Revolution, and of Wm. lyyon, a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, who was appointed by Congress to 
receive subscriptions for the war loan of twenty mil- 
lions. 

Miss Margaret Stewart Lyon. 628 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Benjamin L,yon, born in Ireland. 
See N. No. 627. 

Mrs. Lavinia Maria Morgan Harding. 629 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Capt. E. D. Harding. 

Descendant of George Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James B. Morgan and Susan G. Mountain, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Morgan and Margaret Bun- 
yan, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Morgan, who served 
as colonel in the Continental Line. 

Also descendant of Henry Heth and Samuel Gilki- 
son, both officers in the Revolutionary Army. 

Miss Lucy F. Bittinger. 630 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Johan Nicholas Bittinger, born in Ger- 
many. 

Daughter of Joseph Baugher Bittinger and Catharine 
Nace Forney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Bittinger and Lydia Bair, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Bittinger and Eliza- 
beth Baugher, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Johan Nicholas Bittin- 
ger, who served as captain in the Pennsylvania Line 
during the Revolution. 



226 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Carrie T. Holland. 631 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rev. W. J. Holland. 

Descendant of Fergus Moorhead, of Pennsylvania. 

See N. No. 626. 

Mrs. Myra H. Sweitzer. 632 

Bom in South Carolina. 

Wife of Gen. J. Bowman Sweitzer. 

Descendant of George Stevenson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Stevenson, M. D., and Elizabeth 
Darragh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Stevenson, who served as 
major in Chambers's regiment of Pennsylvania L,ine. 

Mrs. Jeanie Baird McKnight. 6^^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles McKnight. 

Descendant of Absolom Baird, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Harlan Baird and Nancy Mc- 
Culloch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Absolom Baird, who served as 
surgeon in Col. Baldwin's regiment of Pennsylvania 
Line. 

Miss Elizabeth Baird Patterson. 634 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Dr. Absolom Baird, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Prof. Robert Patterson and Eliza Ache- 
son Baird, his wife. 

See N. No. 633. 

Also descendant of Joseph Patterson, who served 
under Lafayette in the campaign of 1776-77. 

Mrs. Sarah Isabelle Hubbard. 635 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Adolphus Skinner Hubbard. 
Descendant of Valentine Holt, of Massachusetts. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 227 



Daughter of John Sylvester and Hannah Goodrich 
Holt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Valentine Holt, who served as 
private in Massachusetts Line during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Sarah Rowena McDowell Roach. 6^6 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of Dr. Edward Weldon Roach. 

Descendant of John McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Irwin McDowell and Rebecca 
Brevard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hugh McDowell and Margaret 
Irwin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John McDowell, who served 
as soldier in the Revolution. 

Also descendant of James Conner, Capt. Alex. Brevard, 
Gen. Robt. Irwin, and Gen. Wm. Davidson, all of whom 
were ofl&cers in the Continental Army. 

Miss Aurelia Roach. 637 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Thomas Mitchell, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Elisha James Roach and Ellen Mitchell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander W. Mitchell and Mary 
McDaniel, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Mitchell and Eleanor 
Thomason, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Mitchell, who 
served as lieutenant during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Ellen Vail Orme. 638 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Dr. Francis Hodgson Orme. 
Descendant of William Pope, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Alsop Park Woodward and Elizabeth 
Catherine Pope, his wife. 



228 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Pope and Sarah Lavinia 
, his wife. 



Great-great-granddaughter of William Pope, who 
served during the Revolution as one of " Marion's 
Men." 

Also descendant of James Theus, a Revolutionary 
. soldier of the regular Continental Line. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sayre Simon. 639 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Herman Simon. 

Descendant of Ephraim lyockhart Whitlock, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward F. Geary and Elizabeth A. 
Sayre, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel A. Sayre and Elizabeth 
Davis Telfair, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Telfair and Mary Ann 
Whitlock, his wife. 

Great-great-grandaughter of Ephraim Lockhart 
Whitlock, who served from ensign to colonel during the 
Revolution. 

Miss L. Noble Jones. 640 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Noble Wimberly Jones, born in Eng- 
land. 

Daughter of G. N. Jones and Mary W. Savage, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Noble Wimberly Jones, delegate to 
the Continental Congress. 

Mrs. Marguerite Ridgway Williamson. 641 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John B. Williamson, 
Descendant of Joseph Ridgway, of New York. 
Daughter of James Ridgway and Esther Lucas 
Moliere, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 229 



Granddaughter of James Lawrence Ridgway and 
Sarah Maria Skidmore, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Ridgway, who for 
manifestation of patriotism was put in prison by the 
British. 

Also descended from Zophar Skidmore and Hubbard 
Skidmore, who served on a man-of-war as gunner and 
powder boy. 

Miss Elizabeth Draper Binniger. 642 

Born iu New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Foster, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Abraham Binniger and Elizabeth Smith 
Draper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lorenzo Draper and Sarah Eliza- 
beth Dolliver, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Capt. Wm. Dolliver and 
Elizabeth Foster, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joseph Foster, who 
served as colonel in the Massachusetts Line. 

Mrs. Laura H. Spalding Slemmons. 643 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of John O. Slemmons. 

Descendant of Peregrine Fitzhugh, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry W. Spalding and Henrietta 
G. Fitzhugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bennett Chew Fitzhugh and Sarah 
Phelps, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peregrine Fitzhugh, who 
served as aid-de-camp on Gen. Washington's staff. 

Mrs. Fanny Lyon Logan. 644 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George B. Logan. 
Descendant of John Patton, born in Ireland. 
Daughter of John Patton Lyon and Westanna Elliott, 
his wife. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Lyon and Nancy Patton, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Patton, who served dur- 
ing the whole Revolution. He, with twenty-two mem- 
bers of the " Friendly Sons of St. Patrick," formed the 
first troop of Philadelphia cavalry. 

Also descendant of Benjamin Lyon, who served as 
lieutenant and captain during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Anne McDowell Price Childs. 64^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Albert H. Childs. 

Descendant of Samuel McDowell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Winston Price and Anne McDowell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adair McDowell and Lucy 
T. Starling, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell, Jr., and 
Anne Irwin, his wife. 

Great-gi'eat -granddaughter of Samuel McDowell, who 
served as colonel in the Continental Line. 

Also descendant of Col. John Winston and Capt. 
Thomas Randolph Price, both of whom served as offi- 
cers during the Revolution . 

Miss Mary Anna Spalding. 646 

Born in Indiana. 
Descendant of Capt. Peregrine Fitzhugh. 
See N. No. 643. 

Miss Ednah Logan. 647 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of George Bryan, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of Edward P. Logan and Anna Clarke, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John T. Logan and Henrietta 
Bryan, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Bryan, who served as 
justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 231 



Mrs. Anna Clarke Logan. 648 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward P. Logan. 

Descendant of Samuel Dale, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of James Dale Clarke and Matilda Boyd, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Clarke and Jane Dale, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Dale, who served as 
State senator and member of the Supreme Executive 
Council of Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Margaret Crosman Phillips. 649 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Oliver Ormsby Phillips. 

Descendant of Capt. James Gordon Heron, born in 
Scotland. 

Daughter of Gen. George Hampden Crosman and 
Hannah Blair Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander W. Foster and Jane 
Thompson Heron, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Gordon Heron, who 
was captain in Col. Hazen's regiment of Congress' Own, 
Continental Line. He was a member of the Society of 
the Cincinnati. 

Miss Alice Patton West Lyon. 6^0 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Lyon, born in Ireland. 
Daughter of David Elliott Lyon and Ettie May Smith, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 644. 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Park. 6^i 

Born in Pennsylvania, 
Wife of William G. Park. 
Descendant of George Stevenson, of Pennsylvania. 



232 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Gen. Bowman Sweitzer and Mary- 
Holmes Stevenson, his wife. 
See N. No. 632. 

Miss Sarah Hayes Scott. 6^2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Hayes, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James B. Scott and Anna Wallis Jacobus, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. M. W. Jacobus, D. D., LL. 
D., and Sarah Hayes, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Dr. Samuel Hayes and Eliza 
Keene, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Hayes, who 
served from 1777 to 1783, and was major of battalion of 
State troops of New Jersey. 

Miss Sarah Eliza Bissell. 6^3 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Daniel Leet, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Semple Bissell and Eliza 
Shields Wilson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Knox Wilson and Maria Leet 
Shields, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Shields and Eliza Leet, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Daniel Leet, who served 
as brigade major of Virginia contingent. 

Mrs. Anna Wallis Jacobus Scott. 6^4 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James B. Scott. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Hayes, of New Jersey. 
See N. No. 652. 

Mrs. Caroline Colton Martin. 6^^ 

Born in California. 
Wife of Henry MacLean Martin. 
Descendant of Jonathan Johnson, of Connecticut. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 233 



Daughter of Gen. David Douty Colton and Ellen 
Mason White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Chauncey White and Mariah 
S. Bronson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Truman Bronson and Anna 
Johnson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Johnson, who 
served from private to lieutenant colonel in Connecticut 
Line. 

Mrs. Mary A. Glen Anderson. 6^6 

Born iu Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Carr Anderson. 

Descendant of Eleazer Oswald, born in England. 

Daughter of Samuel Relf Glen and Mary Ann Ford- 
ham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hamilton L,. Glen and Rebecca 
Oswald, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazer Oswald, who served 
as lieutenant colonel of Continental Line. 

Mrs. Frances H. Bond. 6^7 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of L. Montgomery Bond. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Washington, of Virginia, 
brother of Gen. George Washington. 

Daughter of John B. Packett and Lucy Elizabeth 
Washington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel W. Washington and Louisa 
Clemson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of G. S. Washington and Lucy 
Payne, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel Washington, 
who served as colonel in the Virginia Line. 

Mrs. Ruth Estelle Loop Larrabee. 6^8 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
\ Wife of Maj. Charles Frederic Larrabee. 

Descendant of Samuel French, of Connecticut. 



234 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Edward S. Loop and Cornelia Berton 
French, his wife. 

Also descendant of Peter Loop (or Liipp) a lieutenant 
in the New York Line. 

See N. No. 660. 

Miss Emily Starr Fogg. 6^9 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Josiah Fogg, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James P. Fogg and Emily Ware, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Fogg and Hannah Peeker, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Josiah Fogg, who served as 
major in Continental Line. 

Also descendant of John Ware, a soldier, at Eunker 
Hill. 

Mrs. Esther Taylor French Wadhams. 660 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Elijah Catlin Wadhams. 

Descendant of Samuel French, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel French and Lydia Wadhams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel French and Frances Hol- 
berton, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel French, who served 
as soldier in Eighth Regiment of Connecticut Line. 

Also decended from William Holberton and John 
Hendricks, soldiers in Connecticut Line. 

Miss Cornelia Frances Wadhams. 661 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Samuel French, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elijah Catlin Wadhams and Esther 
Taylor French, his wife. 
See N. No. 660. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 235 



Miss Stella Catlin Wadhams. 662 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Samuel French, of Connecticut. 
See N. No. 660. 

Mrs. Mary Stewart Northrop. 663 

Born in New York. 

Wife of David Ward Northrop. 

Descendant of Ephraim Roberts, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Stewart and Almira Roberts, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Roberts and Almira Bishop, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Kphraim Roberts, who served 
as private in the Connecticut Line. 

Mrs. Mary A. Hubbard Bunce. 664 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James H. Bunce. 

Descendant of Elisha Hubbard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Josiah M. Hubbard and Sarah Sill, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Hubbard, who served as 
private in the Connecticut L,ine. 

Miss Elizabeth Shelby Kinkead. 66^ 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Isaac Shelby, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William B. Kinkead and Elizabeth Fon- 
taine Shelby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hart Shelby and Mary 
Bullock, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Shelby, who served as 
lieutenant in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Elizabeth O'Hara Denny McKnight. 666 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Robert McKnight. 
Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins. 



236 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Harmar Denny and Elizabeth F. O'Hara, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 596. 

Mrs. Sarah N. McCandless. 667 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Hon. Wilson McCandless. 

Descendant of Stephen Lowrey, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of Thomas Collins and Sarah Lowrey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Lowrey, who served as 
commissary general during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Alice Park Sherman. 668 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Wm, Wallace Sherman. 

Descendant of John Harper, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of John Park and Armenia Culley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Culley and Mary Moore, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Moore and Mary Har- 
per, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Harper. 

[Paper incorrectly made out. Descent should be 
traced from Mary Harper, who was captured and 
held a prisoner by the British for two years.] 

Mrs. Mary Heberton Moorhead. 669 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Maxwell Kennedy Moorhead. 

Descendant of Andrew Porter, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Alexander Heberton and Elizabeth 
Parker Brooke, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Brooke and Charlotte Por- 
ter, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Andrew Porter, who served 
as captain, major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel dur- 
ing the Revolution. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 237 



Mrs. Sarah C. Miller. 670 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles H. Miller. 

Descendant of Anthony Selin, born in Germany. 

Daughter of John Clayton and Elizabeth Sarah Selin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony C. Selin and Mary Cathe- 
rine Yomer, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Anthony Selin, who served 
as captain during the Revolution. He was a member of 
the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Lucretia Orth Lewis LeMoyne. 671 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frank I,eMoyne. 

Descendant of Abraham Kirkpatrick, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Abraham K. Lewis and Mary Orth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Lewis, M. D., and Mary Ann 
Kirkpatrick, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abraham Kirkpatrick, who 
served as major during the Revolution. 

Also descended from John Oldham, whose nine sons 
fought during the Revolution; two of his sons were 
killed. 

Mrs. Caroline M. Purviance. 672 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Samuel A. Purviance. 

Descendant of William Harkness, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of Malthin Irwin and Priscilla Bryson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bryson and Priscilla Hark- 
ness, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Harkness, who served 
as ensign at Brandy wine and Germantown. 



238 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Ann Lewis Clark. 673 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Robert Neilson Clark. 

Descendant of Maj. Abraham Kirkpatrick, of Mary- 
land. 

See N. No. 671. 

Miss Mary Rodman Updike. 674 

Born in Pennsylvania, 

Descendant of Robert Stockton, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas B. Updike and Hetty Ann Stock- 
ton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Stockton and Esther 
Clark, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Stockton, who served 
as private in the Pennsylvania Line. 

Miss Eleanor Christy Roberts. 67^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of George Gibson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas P. Roberts and Julia Christy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of W. Milnor Roberts and Annie Gib- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John B. Gibson and Sarah 
Galbraith, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Gibson, who 
served as colonel of the First Virginia Regiment, and 
later as colonel in the Continental Line. 

Mrs. Mary P. Irwin. 676 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Wm. H. Irwin. 

Descendant of William Harkness, born in Ireland. 
Daughter of Samuel A. Purviance and Caroline 
M. Irwin, his wife. 
See N. No. 672. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 239 



Miss Alice Gray. ^77 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Wm. Anderson, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of James A. Gray and Eleanor H. , 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Gray and Sarah Anderson, 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Anderson, who serv'ed 
as an officer in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Katharine Rankin. 678 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of D. H. Rankin. 
Descendant of John Irwin, born in Ireland. 
Daughter of Henry Irwin and Elizabeth Peterson, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of John Irwin and Hannah Taylor, 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Irwin, who served as 
lieutenant and captain in the First Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment. 

Mrs. Annie Kidd Benney McCord. 679 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Walter L. McCord. 

Descendant of Christopher Houghty, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Benney and Anna Elizabeth 
Friend, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Benney and Elizabeth 
Houghty, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Christopher Houghty, who 
served as colonel during the Revolution. 

Also descended from Dr. Henry Wm. Howey, a sur- 
geon, and John Jacob Shaffner, a commissary in the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. Laura Stone Kinkead. 680 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of George Blackburn Kinkead. 
Descendant of Robert Rodes, of Virginia. 



240 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Robert Rodes Stone and Elizabeth Helm 
Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Stone and Nancy Rodes, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Rodes, who served as 
captain of Virginia Line. 

Miss Lizzie Agnes Lyle. 68i 

Born in Kentuckj'. 

Descendant of James Nourse, born in England. 

Daughter of Joel Kenney L,yle and Maria Catharine 
Nourse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Force Nourse and Eliz- 
abeth Ward Gaines, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bernard Gaines and Sarah 
Force Cooke, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Cooke and Cath- 
erine Burton Nourse, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of James Nourse, 
who was member of the Legislature of Virginia, 1778. 

Mrs. Lavinia Herndon Morgan. 682 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of John Morgan. 

Descendant of John Julian, M. D., of Virginia. 

Daughter of Wm. F. Herndon and Lavinia Clarke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Clarke and Harriet Julian, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Julian and Jane 
Moore, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Julian, who served 
as surgeon in the Continental Line of Virginia. 

Mrs. Barton Shelby Kinkead. 683 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Edmond Shelby Kinkead. 
Descendant of Isaac Shelby, of Maryland. 




/. MRS. STEPHEN J. FIELD, 


4. MRS. 


IVM. E. EARLE, 


\'ice-Piesident General. 




I "ice-Pres ide nt Geuei al. 


2, CLARA BARTON, 


5. MRS. 


T. S. HAMLIN, 


Stirgeon General. 




Chaplain General 


J. MRS. DEB. RANDOLPH KErM, 


6. MRS. 


HENR Y BIMl 'NT, 


Stxite Regent <>f Coiniecticut. 




1 'ice-President General. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 241 



Daughter of Isaac Shelby and Sarah Barton McClure, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Shelby and Mary Pindell, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Shelby, who served as 
lieutenant during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Maria Catharine Lyle. 684 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Joel Kenney Lyle. 

Descendant of Wm. Nourse, born in England. 

Daughter of Charles Force Nourse and Elizabeth 
Ward Gaines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Nourse, who served as mid- 
shipman in the United States Navy. 

Miss Mary Carswell McClellan. 685 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Samuel McClellan, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry B. McClellan and Catharine Mat- 
thews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel McClellan and Margaret 
Ely, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James McClellan and Eunice 
Eldridge, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Samuel McClellan, who 
served as general of the Fifth Brigade of Connecticut 
militia. 

Mrs. Frances Chester White Hartley. 686 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Marcellus Hartley. 

Descendant of Capt. Joel White, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dr. Samuel Pomeroy White and Caroline 
Mary Jenkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Samuel White and Wealthy 
Pomeroy, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Daniel White and Sarah 
Hale, his wife. 



242 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joel White, who served 
on the Committee of Correspondence, Inspection, and 
Safety. 

Also descendant of Capt. Jonathan Hale, a captain in 
the Connecticut Line. 

Mrs. Lucy James Blair Wheeler. 687 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Wife of George Montague Wheeler. 

Descendant of James Edward Jesup, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Blair (U. S. N.) and Mary Jesup, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Thomas S. Jesup (U. S. A.) 
and Ann Heron Croghan, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Edward Jesup, a sol- 
dier during the Revolution. 

Also descended from Archibald Cary, of Virginia, 
George Rogers Clark, Gen. Jonathan Clark, Maj. Wil- 
liam Croghan, Gen. Nathaniel Gist, all officers in the 
Virginia Line, and Blackleach Jesup, an ardent patriot. 

Mrs. Mary Lqvell Sayre. 688 

Born in California. 

Wife of James William Sayre. 

Descendant of Mary Ball Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Howell Lewis Lovell and Emma A. 
Beuhring, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Joseph, Lovell and Betty Wash- 
ington Lewis, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Howell Lewis and Ellen H. 
Pollard, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Col. Fielding Lewis and 
Betty Washington, his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Augustine Wash- 
ington and Mary Ball, his wife, and the mother of 
George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Revo- 
lutionary armies. 

Col. Fielding Lewis also served during the Revolu- 
tion, manufacturing arms for the patriots. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 243 



Mrs. Claudia Marshall Morson. 689 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Chief Justice John Marshall, of Vir- 
ginia. 

Daughter of Nathaniel B. Marshall and Sallie Moore 
Bwing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Keith Marshall and Claudia 
Hamilton Burwell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Marshall and Mary- 
Willis Ambler, his wife. John Marshall served as first 
lieutenant and captain in the Eleventh Virginia Regi- 
ment called the Culpeper minute men. 

Also descendant of Thomas Marshall, colonel of the 
Third Virginia L,ine. 

Mrs. Marie Lloyd Marshall Allin. 690 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Philip Trapnall Allin. 

Descendant of Chief Justice John Marshall, of Vir- 
ginia. 

See N. No. 689. 

Mrs. Emma Washington Patrick. 691 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of George Tewis Patrick. 

Descendant of Mary Ball Washington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Lawrence Augustine Washington and 
Martha Dickinson Shrewsbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Augustine Washington 
and Mary Dorcas Wood, his wife. 

Great-granddaughterof Samuel Washington and Anne 
Steptoe, his wife. He was a colonel in the Virginia 
Line. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Augustine Washington 
and Mary Ball, his wife, and the mother of Gen. George 
Washington. 

Also descendant of James Wood, a colonel in the 
Virginia Line. 



244 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Clara Lothrop McMurtry. 692 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Gibson McMurtry. ' 

Descendant of Robert Stockton, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Sylvanus lyOthrop and Eliza Alden Stock- 
ton, his wife. 
See N. No. 674. 

Mrs. Mary Lothrop Painter. 693 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Byron Hays Painter (deceased) . 
Descendant of Robert Stockton, of Pennsylvania. 
See N. Nos. 674 and 692. 

Mrs. Margaret I. Hays. 694 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Richard Hays (deceased). 

Descendant of George McCully, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Boyle Irwin and Eliza McCully, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George McCully, who served as 
major during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Margaret Lowrey Everhart. 69;^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Everhart. 

Descendant of Jonathan Plumer, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Smith and Mary Plumer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Plumer and Margaret Eow- 
rey, his wife. He was a patriot scout. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Plumer, who served 
as an officer in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Mary Eliza Alvord. 696 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of William Alvord. 

Descendant of Laughlin Mcintosh, of Georgia. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 245 



Daughter of Lieut. Col. James S. Mcintosh and Eliza 
Matthews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Col. John Mcintosh and 
Sarah Swinton, his wife. He was a Revolutionary^ of- 
ficer. 

Great-granddaughter of Laughlin Mcintosh, who 
serv'ed as brigadier general in the Continental Army. 

Mrs. Nancy Malinda Lynde. 697 

Born in Vermont. 

Widow of Aaron Phipps Lynde. 

Descendant of Matthew Walker, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Walker and Philey Spencer, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Walker, who served as 
private in the Eleventh Regiment of Connecticut militia. 

Mrs. Mary Lynde Hoffman. 698 

Born in Vermont. 

Widow of Samuel Foster and F. W. Hoffman. 

Descendant of Benjamin Lynde, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Aaron Phipps Lynde and Nancy Malinda 
Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Lynde, who served as 
sergeant, ensign, and lieutenant in the Massachusetts 
Line. 

See also N. No. 697. 

Mrs. Frances Bacon Hamlin. 699 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Rev. Tennis S. Hamlin, D. D. 

Descendant of Samuel Ward, of Vermont. 

Daughter of James H. Bacon and Amanda Ward, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Ward and Charlotte Beach, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Ward and Abigail 
Pray, his wife. 



246 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-great-granddaug-hter of Samuel Ward, who 
served as volunteer in Vermont militia. 

Mrs. Susan Allen Mendenhall. 700 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Solomon Allen, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan B. Marple and Harriet N. Clark, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enos Clark and Susan Allen, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Solomon Allen, who was in 
command of the guard that took Maj . Andre to West 
Point. 

Mrs. Lucy Lewis Funsten. 701 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Oliver R. Funsten (deceased). 

Descendant of George Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George W. Lewis and Jane Brockenbor- 
ough, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lewis and Sarah Attaway 
Miller, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Lewis, who served as 
commander of Gen. Washington's bodyguard. 

Mrs. Sallie Sargent Greene. 702 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ivers James Austin and Elizabeth Turner 
Amory, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Trecothic Austin and Cath- 
arine Gerry, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elbridge Gerry, who was a 
signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Miss Rose M. E. MacDonald. 703 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of Angus MacDonald, born in Scot- 
land. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 247 



Daughter of Marshall Mac Donald and Mary K. 
his wife. 



Granddaughter of Angus W. Mac Donald and Mary 
McGuire, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Angus MacDonald, who 
served as lieutenant colonel of Virginia Line. 

Miss Mella D. Everhart. 704 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Jonathan Plumer, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Everhart and Margaret lyOwrey 
Smith, his wife. 
See N. No. 695. 

Mrs. Margaret C. Wilson. 70^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of John P. Wilson. 

Descendant of John Slaymaker, born in Germany. 

Daughter of John D. Mcllvaine and Margaret Slay- 
maker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Slaymaker and Margaret C. 
Mcllvaine, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Slaymaker, who served 
as captain in Pennsylvania Line. 

Miss Alma Kimball. 706 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Thomas Edwards, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Virgil M. Kimball and Desdemona Ed- 
sall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Kimball and Mary Ed- 
wards, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Edwards, who was a 
volunteer in Vermont militia. 

Mrs. Anne S. Green. 707 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of James W. Green, 
Descendant of William Sanford, of Virginia. 



248 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Angus W. MacDonald (U. S. A.) and 
Seacy Anne Naylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Naylor and Ann Sanford, 
his wife ; and Angus MacDonald (U. S. A.) and Mary 
McGuire, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Sanford, captain in 
Second Virginia L,ine ; of Angus MacDonald, of Scot- 
land, commissioned lieutenant colonel of Virginia L,ine 
by Washington ; and of William McGuire, a captain in 
Continental Line. 

Mrs. Mary Imogene Lewis. 708 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Ralph Green, Uriah Forrest, and George 
Plater, of Maryland, who served as sailor, soldier, and 
patriot during the Revolution. 

Daughter of John Green and Ann Forrest, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ralph Green and Sarah Leigh, his 
wife; and Uriah Forrest and Rebecca Plater, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of T. Green and Elizabeth Dud- 
ley, his wife ; and George Plater and Elizabeth Rousby, 
his wife. 

The above ancestors assisted in establishing American 
Independence. 

Miss Bessie Shelby Darnall. 709 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Isaac Shelby, of Maryland. 
Daughter of G. W. Darnall and Margaret Kinkead, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 665. 

Mrs. Mary Gratz Morton. 710 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Jeremiah R. Morton. 
Descendant of Christopher Gist, of Maryland. 
Daughter of H. H. Gratz and M. C. Anderson, his 
wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 249 



Granddaughter of Benj . Gratz and Maria Cecil Gist, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gist and Judith 
Cary Bell, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Christopher Gist, who 
served as colonel in the Maryland militia. 

Mrs. Laura Russell Hawkins. 711 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of William J. Hawkins. 

Descendant of Wm. Russell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas A. Russell and Sarah Lewis 
Garrard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robt. S. Russell and Deborah Mont- 
gomery Allen, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Russell, who served 
from captain to colonel during the Revolution. 

Miss Nellie Talbot Kinkead. 712 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Isaac Shelby, of Maryland. 
Also descended from William Kinkead, of Pennsyl- 
vania, a Revolutionary officer. 
See also N. No. 665. 

Mrs. Isabella Reed M. Coleman. 71^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Benjamin L,. Coleman. 

Descendant of Alexander Russell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Miliigan and Eleanor Blaine Rus- 
sell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James McP. Russell and Rebecca 
Lyon, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Alexander Russell, who was 
first lieutenant in the Seventh Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment. 

Also descendant of Col. Robert McPherson, Col. Sam- 
uel Lyon, and Col. Ephraim Bland. 



250 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



714 



Miss M. C. Woolworth. 71^ 

Born in Nebraska. 

Descendant of Rev. Samuel Buel, D. D., of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of James M. Woolworth and Elizabeth Stan- 
ton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of S. Buel Woolworth and Sophia 
Mickels, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Rev. Aaron Woolworth and 
Mary Buel, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Buel, who 
served as chaplain on the staff of the Commander-in- 
Chief, Gen. George Washington. 

Mrs. Sarah Gardiner Tyler. 716 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Alexander Tyler. 

Descendant of Matthew Griswold, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of S. B. Gardiner and Mary G. Thompson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John T. Gardiner and Sarah Gris- 
wold, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Matthew Griswold, who 
served as governor of Connecticut. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Towson Bullock. 717 

Born in Virgina. 

Wife of Rev. Dr. J. J. Bullock. 
Descendant of John Towson, of Maryland. 
Daughter of T. Towson Odell and Katharine Conway 
Settle, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 251 



Granddaughter of Isaiah Odell and Elizabeth Buck 
Towson, his wife. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Great-granddaughter of John Towson, who was a cap- 
tain in the Revolution. 

Miss Zue Hunter Brockett. 718 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of James Hunter, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of B. F. Brockett and Carrie Hunter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Hunter and Hannah Kil- 
gore, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Hunter and Mary Ral- 
ston, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Hunter, who 
served as second lieutenant, captain, and paymaster in 
the Pennsylvania I^ine. 

Mrs. Mary O. S. Yeatman. 719 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Robert Henry Yeatman . 

Descendant of Joseph Burgess, of Maryland. 

Daughter of R. B. Simpson and Sarah Ann Ricaud, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of R. Simpson and Jane Burgess, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Burgess, who served 
as lieutenant in the Third Battalion of Maryland Flying 
Camp. 

Miss M. C. P. Halsted. • 720 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of William Sandford Pennington, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of John J. Halsted and Frances L,. Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Halsted and Mary Pennington, 
his wife. 



252 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of W. S. Pennington, who served 
as lieutenant, captain, and major in the New Jersey- 
artillery. 

Also descendant of Richard Wheeler, captain of New 
Jersey militia. 

Miss Helen H. Halsted. 721 

Born in District of Columbia. 
Descendant of Wm. Sandford Pennington. 
See N. No. 720. 

Mrs. Martha G. Woodward. 722 

Boru in Michigan. 

Descendant of Garret Seger, born in Holland. 

Daughter of Wm. Bond and Eliza Seger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Seger and Eliza Fonda, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Garret Seger, who served in 
Captain Van Wie's company of the Fifth New York 
Regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Camfield McLure Wysong. 723 

Born in South Carolina. 

Widow of Rutherford W3^song, M. D. 

Descendant of Caleb Halsted, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas McLure and Ann Ferris Cam- 
field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Camfield and Phebe Roberts 
Halsted, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Caleb Halsted and Abigail 
Lyon, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Caleb Halsted and 
Rebecca Ogden, his wife. 

Caleb Halsted was a surgeon in the Continental Line. 

Mrs. H. Maria Crissey. 724 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Sardis L. Crissey. 
Descendant of Elisha Morse, of Massachusetts. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 253 



Daughter of Charles H. Morse and Alice M. Teele, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Morse and Keziah Richard- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of EHsha Morse, who was a pri- 
vate in the Massachusetts Line. 

Miss Anne S. MacDonald. 725- 

Born iu Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. Angus MacDonald, born in Scot- 
land. 

Daughter of Edward Charles MacDonald and Frances 
Elizabeth Singleton, his wife. 

See N. No. 703. 

Mrs. Josephine M. Rozet. 726 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George H. Rozet. 

Descendant of John Paul Schott, born in Prussia. 

Daughter of Henry D. Mandeville and Charlotte D. 
Schott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Paul Schott, who served as 
captain during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Ida Stanley Goss. 727 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Oliver Goss. ^ 

Descendant of Gad Stanley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Norton Stanley and Eliza Sey- 
mour Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cyrus Stanley and Abigail Lee, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Gad Stanley, who served as 
captain and colonel during the Revolution. 

Miss Rebecca M. Rozet. 728 

Born in Penns54vania. 
Descendant of John Paul Schott, born in Prussia. 
Daughter of George H. Rozet and Josephine Mande- 
ville, his wife. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Also descendant of Matthias Hollenbeck, of Pennsyl- 
vania, who served from ensign to colonel in the Revo- 
lution. 

See N. No. 726. 

Miss Marie Josephine Rozet. 729 

Born in Louisiana. 
See N. Nos. 726 and 728. 

Mrs. Adelaide W. Simonds. 730 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edwin A. Simonds. 

Descendant of Joseph Palmer, born in England. 

Daughter of Benjamin Wheeler and Alice Shepard 
Palmer, his wife. 

Granddaughther of George Palmer and Alice Shepard 
Winship, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph P. Palmer and Eliza- 
beth Hunt, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joseph Palmer, who 
serv^ed as brigadier general during the Revolution . 

Mrs. Ellen R. Jewett. 731 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of John N. Jewett. 

Descendant of Samuel Mitchell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John H. Rountree and Mary Grace 
Mitchell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Mitchell, who served as 
private under Gen. Morgan in the Carolinas. 

Miss Emma K. Ogden. 732 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Moor, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Ogden and Elizabeth Snowden, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John M. Snowden and Elizabeth 
Moor, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 255 



Great-granddaughter of John Moor, who was a mem- 
ber of Council of Safety, and of Philadelphia Conven- 
tion, 1776. 

Also descendant of William Snowden, who died on 
British prison ship while a prisoner of war. 

Miss Mary Caldwell. 733 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of William Anderson, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of James Caldwell and Mary , his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of John Caldwell and Letitia Ander- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Anderson, colonel in 
Pennsylvania Line. 

Mrs. Sophia Lord C. Hutchinson. 734 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of Frank M. Hutchinson. 
Descendant of Jonathan Cass, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of George W. Cass and Louise Dawson, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of G. W. Cass and Sophia Lord, his 

wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jonathan Cass, who served 
from private to major during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Sarah Lida Bindley. 739 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Albion Bindley. 

Descendant of Samuel Slocum, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Sherman Slocum and Rhoda 
C. C. Mantor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Slocum and Mary G. Sher- 
man, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Slocum, who served 
as a soldier throughout the Revolution. 

Also descendant of Henry Sherman, a captain in the 
Rhode Island Line. 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Emma J. Sadler. 736 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Drin Winslow Sadler. 
Descendant of Samuel Slocum, of Massachusetts. 
See N. No. 735. 

Miss Sidney Page. 737 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Ormsby, born in Ireland. 

Daughter of Benjamin Page and Ellen Strong Camp- 
bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John H. Page and Sidney Ormsby, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Oliver Ormsby and Sarah 
Mahon, his wife. 

Great-great granddaughter of John Ormsby, who was 
a member of the Committee of Correspondence. 

Miss Martha Page Laughlin. 738 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Ormsby. 

Daughter of James Laughlin and Sidney Ford Page, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 737. 

Mrs. Florence Huntington Biddle. 739 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William M . Biddle . 

Descendant of Jabez Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Stuart Huntington and Julia M. 
Biddle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of J. C. Huntington and Julia S. 
Dodge, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Huntington and Eunice 
Carew, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Andrew Huntington 
and Elizabeth Backus, his wife. He was the first com- 
missary of brigade in Connecticut. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 257 



Great-great-g^eat-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington, 
who was major general of militia of Connecticut. 

Miss Marjorie C. Irwin. 740 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Irwin, born in Ireland. 
Daughter of William H. Irwin and Mary Purviance, 
his wife. 

See N. No. 678. 

Miss Julia Morgan Harding. 741 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Denny, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ebenezer D. Harding and L,avinia Mor- 
gan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Harding and Nancy Denny, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ebenezer Denny, who was a 
major in the Pennsylvania Eine. 

Also descendant of George Morgan, colonel in the 
Continental Line; Henry Heth, captain Continental 
Line, and Samuel Gilkeson, captain Revolutionary 
Army. 

Mrs. Ann McCully H. Byers, 742 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Ebenezer M. Byers. 

Descendant of George McCully, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Hays and Margaret Irwin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Boyle Irwin and Eliza McCully, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George McCully, who served 
from ensign to major in the Pennsylvania Line. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Irish, who 
served as captain in Col. Flower's regiment of artillery 
artificers. 



258 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Jane W. Hawkins. 74^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Hon. W. G. Hawkins, Jr. 
Descendant of Maj. George McCully, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

See N. No. 742. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hutton Sherwood. 744 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rev. John Harvey Sherwood. 
Descendant of Timothy Hutton, of New Jersey. 
Daughcer of Timothy Hutton, who was a private 
during the Revolution. 

Miss Susan Pusey Walker. 74:^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of David Watson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph C. Walker and Lucy H. EHmaker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Esaias EHmaker and Sarah Wat- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Watson and Margaret 
Clemson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Watson, collector 
of supplies for Continental Army, appointed by Council 
of Safety. 

Mrs. Frances Parrish Murphy. 746 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. Joseph A. Murphy. 

Descendant of John Jenkins, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Gould Parrish and Esther Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Smith and Mehitable Jen- 
kins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Jenkins and 

, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Jenkins, who was 
judge of the courts and five times sent to Colonial As- 
sembly of Connecticut. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 259 



Miss Eleanor A. D. McCartney. 747 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of David Dimock, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Gen. William H. McCartney and Kath- 
arine Searle, his wife. 
See N. No. 145. 

Mrs. Ruth Parrish Fuller. 748 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Henry A . Fuller. 

Descendant of John Jenkins, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Gould Parrish and Esther Smith, his 
wife. 

See N. No. 746. 

Mrs. Grace Stanton Lea Hunt. 749 

Born in L,ouisiana. 

Wife of Charles Hunt. 

Descendant of James Mercer, born in Scotland. 

Daughter of James N. I^ea and Hetty H. McNair, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert H. McNair and Margaret 
Mercer, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Mercer and Mary 
Reid, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Mercer, who was 
major and colonel in the Seventh Battalion of Pennsyl- 
vania Line. 

Miss Mary M. Slosson. 7^0 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of John Mills, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Slosson and Hannah Mills, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Mills and Rhoda Goodwin, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lewis Mills and Hannah Hall, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Mills, who was a 
lieutenant in Connecticut Line. 



260 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Virginia Hutchinson Kendall. 791 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Capt. Frederic A. KendalL 

Descendant of Elisha Hutchinson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Hutchinson and Betsey Ha3rward, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Hutchinson and Mary L,eavitt, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Elisha Hutchinson, who 
served as private in the Danvers company at the battle 
of Lexington. 

Also descendant of Andrew Leavitt, a soldier at the 
battle of Bunker Hill. 

Mrs. Martha Emily Parmelee Rose. yp 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Hon. W. G. Rose, mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Descendant of Theodore Parmelee, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Theodore Parmelee and Harriet Holcomb, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Theodore Parmelee, who was cap- 
tain of a company of horse at the taking of New York. 

Mrs. Frances Parsons Edwards. 7^3 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Fitzhugh Edwards. 

Descendant of Charles Parsons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philo Parsons and Anne Barnum, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis B. Parsons and Lucina Hoar, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Parsons, who served 
as second lieutenant, first lieutenant, and captain in the 
First Regiment of New York infantry. 

Miss Sarah A. Sibley. 7^4 

Born in Michigan. 
Daughter of Judge Solomon Sibley and Sarah Sproat, 
his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 261 



Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Sproat, major Tenth 
Massachusetts, and later brigade inspector on Baron 
Steuben's staff; also of Commodore Abraham Whipple, 
capturer of H. M. S. "Gaspee;" also of Ruth Wilkin- 
son Hopkins, the mother of Governor Stephen Hopkins, 
a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and Com- 
modore Esek Hopkins, of Rhode Island. 

See N. No. 154. 

Mrs. Sophia Edwards Roberts. 7?^ 

Bom in Ohio. 

Wife of Edwin Clarence Roberts. 

Descendant of Adonijah Edwards, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Rodolphus Edwards and Sophia Musson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rodolphus Edwards and Anna 
Merils, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Adonijah Edwards, who 
served as private with Stark's Green Mountain boys. 

Mrs. Eva Williams. 7^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of M. D. Williams. 

Descendant of Samuel Baker, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel Baker and Jane Starr, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Baker, who was lieutenant 
and captain in Continental Line ; was in battles of Bun- 
ker Hill and Long Island ; taken prisoner at the latter 
and put on the Jersey prison ship ; escaped by swim- 
ming, and joined Washington at Morristown. 

Mrs. Hettie Spafford Culver Gibbons. 7^7 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Col. John W. Gibbons. 

Descendant of Bradstreet Spafford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Culver and Harriet E. Spafford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Spafford and Nancy Foster, 
his wife. 



262 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Nathan Spafford and Han- 
nah Barnett, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Bradstreet Spafford, 
who was first lieutenant in Col. Bellows' (Connecticut) 
regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Olive Ayer Lee. 7^8 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Howard J. Lee, M. D. 

Descendant of David Hibbard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Don Carlos Ayer and Arthusa Ann Hib- 
bard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Hibbard and Olive Albee, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Hibbard, who was a 
drummer boy in Connecticut militia. 

Mrs. Helen Mar Whipple. 7^9 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Abraham D. L. Whipple. 

Descendant of Ezra Whipple. 

Daughter of Barnum Whipple and Catherine Lansing, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Kzra Whipple and Abigail Bar- 
num, his wife. He was a captain under Ethan Allen. 

Mrs. Margaret Campbell Pilcher. 760 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of James Stuart Pilcher. 

Descendant of David Campbell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Wm. Bowen Campbell and Frances Isa- 
bella Owen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Campbell and Catherine 
Bowen, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Campbell, who was a 
captain in Virginia Line. 

Also descended from Gen. Wm. Russell and Capt. 
Wm. Bowen. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 263 



Miss Emma Wood. 761 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Henry Wood, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Benj. Wood and Ida E. Mayfield, his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Benj. Wood and Rebecca Lehman, 

his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Henry Wood, who raised and 
commanded a troop ; was known as the fighting Quaker. 

Also descendant of Henry Lehman, an officer in the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. Mary Steiner Putnam. 762 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Risley Putnam. 

Descendant of Michael Myers, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Robert Myers Shoemaker and Mary Col- 
gate, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Shoemaker and Katherine 
Myers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Michael Myers, who was a 
major general in the Continental Army. 

Also descended from Brig. Gen. Nicholas Herki- 



Mrs. Abbey DeWolf Gibson. 763 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of John Marston, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry DeWolf and Annie Eliza Marston, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Marston, who was a captain 
in the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Miss Carrie Wilson. 7^4 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Samuel Bonifant, born in France. 
Daughter of Thomas O. Wilson and Sarah Bonifant, 
his wife. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of John Bonifant and Mary Ann 
Tucker, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Bonifant, who was a 
soldier under Lafayette, and John Peyton Tucker, who 
was killed at the battle of Germantown. 

Miss Grace Douglas Parsons. 76^ 

Born in Michigan. 
Descendant of Capt. Charles Parsons, of Massachu- 
setts. 

See N. No. 753. 

IVlRS. Julia Parsons Boynton. . 766 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of William Edmondstone Boynton. 
Descendant of Capt. Charles Parsons, of Massachu- 
setts. 

See N. No. 753. 

Mrs. Margaret Vannoy Brown (deceased). 767 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Capt. Asa Caxton Brown. 

Descendant of John Vannoy, born in Holland. 

Daughter of Mason Vannoy and Jane Garrett Ward, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Vannoy and 

, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Vannoy, who was a sol- 
dier in Capt. Phillips' company of First New Jersey 
Line. 

Mrs. Ellen C. H. Wilson. 768 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Prof. Robt. D. Wilson, Ph. D. 

Descendant of John Clarke, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Philip F. Howard and Ella F. Burfoot, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Burfoot and Mary Ella 
Clarke, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 265 



Great-granddaughter of John Clarke, who was a 
major in the Continental Army. 

Miss Isabella Green Mactier. 769 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Jacob Green, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Wm. L. Mactier and Anna McCuUoh 
Green, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James S. Green and Isabella W. 
McCulloh, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ashbel Green and Elizabeth 
Stockton, his wife. He was a Revolutionary soldier. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jacob Green, who was 
a member of Provincial Congress of New Jersey. 

Miss Helen Manners. 770 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Schenck, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of David S. Manners and Deborah Philips 
Johnes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Manners and Mary Schenck, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Schenck, who was a 
captain of New Jersey militia. 

Mrs. Rosanna Duncan Revere. 771 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Jos. W. Revere. 

Descendant of Thomas Lamb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benj. W. Lamb and Deziah , his 

wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Lamb, who was a lieutenant 
in Col. H. Jackson's regiment of Massachusetts Line. 

Mrs. Alice Story Rowland. 772 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Hugh Dunn, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Rufus Story and Ursula Dunham Ay res, 
his wife. 



266 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Simon Ayres and Abigail Dunham, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Dunham and Ursula 
Dunn, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Hugh Dunn, who was 
a captain in First Regiment of New Jersey militia. 

Also descendant of John Dunham and Ezekiel Ayres, 
privates in New Jersey militia, and Matthew Freeman, 
captain in First New Jersey militia. 

Mrs. Mary O. Spratt Van Landingham. 773 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of John H. Van Landingham. 

Descendant of Robert Alexander, of North Caro- 
lina. 

Daughter of Charles E. Spratt and Margaret L. 
Gates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Brawley Gates and Lillis lyOwrie, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Judge Samuel Lowrie and 
Mary Alexander, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Robert Alexander, who 
was captain of a company under Gen. Rutherford. 

Also descendant of Charles Elms, who fought at Cow- 
pens and Eutaw. 

Mrs. Mary Alice Ives Fonda. 774 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Abraham G. Fonda. 

Descendant of Michael Jackson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Russell Ives and Mary Phelps 
Olmsted, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ralph Olmsted and Mary Charlotte 
Jackson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Amasa Jackson and Mary 
Phelps, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Michael Jackson, who 
was captain in a company of minute men at battle of 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 267 



Lexington, and major at Bunker Hill, lieutenant colonel 
at defense of New York (1776), and colonel of EigMh 
Massachusetts Regiment at West Point. 

Miss Nena Mitchell. 77 S 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Thomas Mitchell, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Wm. Arnold Mitchell and Margaret 
Skinner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wm. Mitchell and Eleanor Thoma- 
son, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Mitchell, who was a 
lieutenant in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Kate Harman Orme. 77^ 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Aquilla J. Orme. 

Descendant of Richard Callaway, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Z. E. Harman and Apsylla H. Callaway, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua S. Callaway and Mary Mil- 

ner, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joshua Callaway and Isabella 
Graves Henderson, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Richard Callaway, who 
served as soldier and patriot during the Revolution. 

Also descendant of John Milner and John Holmes, 
soldiers and patriots. 

Mrs. Sallie T. Harman Cox. 777 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Albert H. Cox. 
Descendant of Richard Callaway, of Virginia. 

See N. No. 776. 

Mrs. Emily Kent Dennis. 77^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Robt. Bartlay Dennis. 
Descendant of Oliver Lewis, of Connecticut. 



268 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Zenas Kent and Pamelia Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Lewis, who was a member 
of Lieut. T. Bid well's company of the Connecticut Line. 

Also descendant of Zenas Kent, private in the Conti- 
nental Line. 

Mrs. Caroline Cessna G. King. 779 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Julius King, M. D. 

Descendant of Thomas Moss, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Walter Gray and Amanda Moss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Moss and Mary Groves, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Moss, who served as 
colonel during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Carrie F. Butler Thwing. 780 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Chas. F. Thwing. 

Descendant of Ephraim Gould Butler, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Francis G. Butler and Julia Wendell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Butler and Mary Black- 
stone, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ephraim G. Butler, who 
served as mate on a whale ship, which the loyal owners 
gave the country, then without a navy. 

Also descended from Thomas Wendell, a private, and 
his son, Thomas, a powder boy on the privateer, 
" Porus." 

Mrs. Caroline A. Baldwin Babcock. 781 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Perry Huntington Babcock. 
Descendant of Ozias Brownson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Frederick Baldwin and Salina Wheadon 
Brownson, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 269 



Granddaughter of Salmon Brownson and Mercy 
Wheadon, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Ozias Brownson, who was a 
lieutenant, captain, major, and colonel in Connecticut 
Line. 

Also descendant of Stephen Baldwin, private in Capt. 
Gillet's company on the Hudson, 1778. 

Mrs. Martha Buell Ambler. 782 

Born in Vermont. 

Widow of Nathan K. H. Ambler. 

Descendant of Jesse Root, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Buell and Louisa Fuller, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Solomon Buell and Sophia Root, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jesse Root, who served as 
lieutenant, captain, colonel, adjutant general, and mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety. 

Also descended from Solomon Buell, who served in 
various capacities. 

Miss Mary M. Rector. 783 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Jesse Rector, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Isaac Rector and Judith B. Gardner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Rector, who was a soldier in 
the Virginia Line. 

Mrs. Maria F. Butterfield. 784 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Gen. F. G. Butterfield. 

Descendant of Benjamin Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Frost and Phcebe Ann Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Smith and Hitty Clark, 
his wife. 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Smith, who served 
as a private in Col. Timothy Walker's regiment of the 
Massachusetts Line, and Col. Croft's regiment of Arti- 
ficers. 

Mrs. Gertrude Ward Dodd. 785- 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Bethuel L. Dodd, M. D. 

Descendant of Samuel Ward, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Richard Ray Ward and Gertrude Eliza 
Doughty, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ward and Phebe Greene, 
his wife. He was an ofl&cer in the Rhode Island Line. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Ward, who was gov- 
ernor of Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Julia Waters Johnstone. 786 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. Mervin E. Johnstone. 

Descendant of Maj. Ammi Doubleday, of Connecti- 
cut. 

Daughter of Rev. John Waters and Wealthy Double- 
day, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Doubleday and Hannah 
Bailey, his wife. 

Also descendant of Hezekiah Waters, who served as 
a soldier in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Eliza Thompson M. E. Newport. 787 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Gen. Reese Marshall Newport. 

Descendant of George Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Luther Edgerton and Elizabeth McKen- 
nan Morgan, his wife. 

Granff daughter of George Morgan and Elizabeth 
Alrich Thompson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of George Morgan, who served 
as first lieutenant in the first volunteer company raised in 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 271 



Philadelphia ; in 1777 received commission of colonel in 
the United States Army. 

Miss Mary Morgan Newport, 788 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. George Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Gen. Reese Marshall Newport and Eliza 
T. M. Edgerton, his wife. 

See N. No. 787. 

Also descendant of David Thompson, who served as 
surgeon in the Hospital Department. 

Mrs. Maria Paine McConnell. 789 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Samuel Benton McConnell. 

Descendant of Steven Paine, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gen. Eleazar A. Paine and Charlotte 
Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. H. E. Paine and Harriet 
Phelps, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazar Paine and Aurel Ells- 
worth, his wife. He was a drummer in a Connecticut 
regiment. 

Great-great-grandaughter of Steven Paine, who served 
under Gen. Gates at Saratoga. 

Also descendant of Edward Paine, who was a captain 
in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Mary Hildreth Edgerton. 790 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James Watson Edgerton. 

Descendant of Samuel Hildreth, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Andrew Ross and Rhoda Hildreth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Samuel P. Hildreth and Rhoda 
Cook, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Hildreth, who was a 
surgeon in a regiment of militia, and was present at the 



272 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

surrender of Burgoyne's army at Saratoga ; afterwards 
surgeon in the naval service. 

Mrs. M. Helen Palmes Moss. . 791 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Albert P. Moss. 

Descendant of Andrew Palmes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Palmes and Mary A. Gilbert, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Palmes, who served as 
soldier and marine during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Martha N. Love Foster. 792 

- Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick Emery Foster. 

Descendant of Seth Murray, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Harlow S. Love and Martha Church 
Maltby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Isaac Maltby and Lucinda 
Murray, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Seth Murray, who served 
from captain to brigadier general during the Revolu- 
tion. 

Mrs. Mabel E. Pratt Riggs. 793 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of C. Eugene Riggs, M. D. 

Descendant of David Jones, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Albert Mansfield Pratt and Elizabeth 
Cornelia At wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Atwood and Elizabeth 
Yeatman Garrett, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Garrett and Eleanor 
Jones, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Jones, who was 
chaplain of the Ninth Battalion under Col. Anthony 
Wayne. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 273 



Mrs. Caroline Butler Day. 794 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Dr. Doud Day. 

Descendant of John Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maj . John B. Butler and Catherine Selina 
Gazzam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Butler, who was a soldier 
during the Revolution in the Third Connecticut Regi- 
ment. 

Mrs. Fanny Pierpont Gilbert. 79^ 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Rt. Rev. M. n! Gilbert. 

Descendant of Lemuel Clift, of New York. 

Daughter of George Grey Carvill and Anna Augusta 
Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Brown and Clarissa Clift, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Lemuel Clift, who was a 
captain in the Connecticut Line. 

Mrs. Harriet Robbins Hatch. 796 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of K. E. Hatch. 

Descendant of John Ward, of Virginia. 

Daughter of G. W. Robbins and Julia W. Forsyth, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Forsyth and Juliet Ward, his 
wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Ward, who served on 
Washington's staff. 

Also descendant of Edward Ward, an ofl&cer in the 
Revolution. 

Miss Elizabeth Virtue. 797 

Born in Minnesota. 
Descendant of John Ward, of Virginia. 
Daughter of G. J. Virtue and Jane Forsyth, his wife. 
See N. No. 796. 



274 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary S. H. Winston. 798 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Wm. Winston. 

Descendant of Jabez Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John M. Huntington and Mary A. E. 
Parks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Mumford Huntington and 
Mary B. Campbell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Zachariah Huntington and 
Hannah Williams, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jabez Huntington, who 
was a major general of Connecticut L,ine. 

Mrs. Jessie Rice Greene. 799 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Dr. Charles Lyman Greene. 

Jessie Rice Greene is the great -great-great-grandniece 
of Col. Seth Warner of the Revolutionary Army and aid 
to Gen. Stark at the battle of Bennington. 

[Paper not made out.] 

Miss Emma B. Nelson. 800 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of John Nelson, of New York. 

Daughter of Rensselaer Russell Nelson and Emma 
Fuller Beebee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Nelson and Catharine Ann 
Russell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Rogers Nelson and Jean 
McArthur, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Nelson , who was a 
sergeant in the Dorset regiment of New York. 

Also descended from Ebenezer Russell, who served as 
private in the same regiment. 

Miss Eleanor Burrill Greene. 801 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Descendant of William Greene, of Rhode Island. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 275 

Daughter of Wm. Ray Greene and Susan Arnold 
Burrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel W. Greene and Polly 
Nightingale, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Wm. Greene, who was gov- 
ernor of Rhode Island during the War of the Revolu- 
tion. 

Mrs. Katharine McM. Beals. 802 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Widow of James B. Beals. 

Descendant of John Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel J. R. McMillan and Harriet 
Elizabeth Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. John B. Butler and Catharine 
Salina , his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Butler, who was a 
private in Third Regiment of Connecticut Line. 

Also descended from Samuel McMillan, who was a 
soldier in the Maryland Line. 

Mrs. Harriet E. McMillan. 803 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Samuel J. R. McMillan. 
Descendant of John Butler, of Connecticut. 

See N. No. 802. 

Mrs. Ellen F. Ward Soule. 804 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Charles S. Soule. 

Descendant of John Ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James H. Ward and Mary Ann Corbin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ward and Rosemond Carvin 
Whitford, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Ward, who was a pri- 
vate in Capt. Fink's company of the First New York 
Regiment. 



276 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary J. Edgerton Monfort. 8o^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Delos A. Monfort. 

Descendant of Solomon Willis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Erastus Edgerton and Sophronia Willis, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Azariah Willis and Diadannia 
Douglas, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Solomon Willis, who was 
captain of a volunteer company near Boston in 1775 ; 
promoted to colonel in 1776. 

Also descended from William and Asa Douglas, 
father and son, both of whom served as officers at the 
battle of Bennington. 

Mrs. Ada Walker Adams. 806 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Quincy Adams. 

Descendant of Leonard Proctor, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Artemus B. Walker and Adeline Willey, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Billings Walker and Hannah Proc- 
tor, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Leonard Proctor, who was a 
soldier during the Revolution. 

Also descended from Capt. Zachariah Hungerford, 
John Rider, Timothy Rider, and Lieut. Gideon Walker, 
all Revolutionary soldiers. 

Mrs. Grace Hubbell Rittenhouse. 807 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Charles E. Rittenhouse. 

Descendant of Silliman Hubbell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Boyd Hubbell and Katie A. Tew, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Truman Hubbell and Jane Monroe 
Boyd, his wife. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 277 



Great-granddaughter of Silliman Hubbell, who was a 
private in the Connecticut Line. His father was also a 
Revolutionary soldier. 

Mrs. Laura Shipman McGaw Cowen. 808 

Born in Iowa. 

Wife of Benj. Sprague Cowen. 

Descendant of Jonathan Stone, of Ohio. 

Daughter of Carroll A. McGaw and Ellen Frances 
Bos worth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John W. Bosworth and Frances 
Stone, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Rufus P. Stone and Eliza- 
beth Barker, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Stone, who 
was a captain under Washington at West Point. 

Also descendant of Capt. Wm. Dana. 

Mrs. Annie McMillan Shepard. 809 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frank P. Shepard. 

Descendant of John Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel J. R. McMillan and Harriet 
Butler, his wife. 

See N. No. 794. 

Also descended from Samuel McMillan, who was a 
soldier in the Maryland Line. 

Mrs. Martha Benjamin Stephenson. 8io 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Charles L. Stephenson. 

Descendant of Samuel Benjamin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Israel Washburn and Martha Benjamin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Benjamin, who was a ser- 
geant, ensign, and lieutenant; he served seven years, 
three months and twenty-one days. 



278 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Henry Hall. 8ii 

[Not returned.] 



Miss Maria Gilbert Bradley. 812 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Israel Bartlett, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel P. Bradley, lieutenant of Eighth 
Massachusetts Regiment, and Emmeline Bartlett, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Bartlett and Elizabeth Gil- 
bert, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Israel Bartlett, who was cap- 
tain under Gen. Gates ; was at the surrender of Gen. 
Burgoyne. 

Also descendant of Gen. Joseph Low and Samuel 
Hildreth, surgeon in Massachusetts Line, and James 
Walker, of Vermont, ensign, who had command of the 
boats that crossed the Delaware the night before the 
battle of Trenton. 

Mrs. Maggie J. Johnson. 813 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Hon. Thomas L. Johnson. 

Descendant of Robert Johnson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert A. Johnson and Cornelia L. 
Rufl&n, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Johnson and Elizabeth 
Flournoy, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Robert Johnson, who was 
captain under Gen. Geo. Rogers Clark. 



MEMBERSHIP ROLL. 279 



Mrs. Diana Kearny Powell. 814 

Born in District of Columbia. 

Descendant of Ann Rogers. 

Daughter of Philip Kearny and Diana Moore Bullitt, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Bullitt and Diana Moore 
Gwathmey, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Owen Gwathmey and Ann 
Clark, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Clark and Ann 
Rogers, his wife, the mother of Gen. George Rogers 
Clark, commander of the forces in the Northwest Ter- 
ritory. 

Mrs. Issa Desha Breckinridge (deceased). 81^ 

Wife of Wm. C. P. Breckinridge. 

Descendant of Marguerite Briarley, mother of Col. 
John Montgomery, and of Isaac Bledsoe, Joseph 
Wheeler, Robert Desha, and Joseph Desha, soldiers in 
the Revolution. 

See N. No. 4. 

Mrs. Bettie Beck Goodloe. 8i6 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Green Clay Goodloe. 

Descendant of John Thornton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Burnie Beck and Jane A. W. 
Thornton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Thornton and 
Margaret Buckner, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Thornton, who 
was a captain in Third Virginia Regiment, Continental 
Line; major and lieutenant colonel in 1777; in 1781 
commanded a regiment under Lafayette in the Corn- 
wallis campaign. 

Also descended from Richard Buckner, of Virginia, 
who was a member of the Westmoreland Committee of 



280 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Safety from 1775 to 1776, and signer of the Westmore- 
land Association in 1776. 

Mrs. Fanny J. Howe. 817 

Born in Virginia. 

Widow of Francis T. Howe. 

Descendant of Josiah Fogg, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter ot James Fogg and Emily Ware, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Fogg and Hannah Peeker, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Josiah Fogg, who was a 
major in 1776, and in 1778 was made lieutenant colonel 
of Col. Gale's regiment. 

Also descended from John Ware, who was a soldier. 

Mrs. Frances B. Smith. 8i8 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick Augustus Smith. 

Descendant of Thomas Morey, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Reuben Morey and Abby C. Bogman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Morey and Mary Freeman, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Thomas Morey, who was a 
private in the Thirteenth New York Regiment from Al- 
bany county, and signer of the Association of June, 
1775- 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO MEMBERSHIP ROLL 
1 890-9 1 . 



Page. 

Adams, Mrs. Ada Walker, 276 

Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Livingston Steele, 208 

Adams, Miss Florence Labonisse, > . . . . 28 

Adams, Mrs. Judith Crittenden Coleman, 160 

Addison, Mrs. Maria E., 152 

Alexander, Mrs. Eveline Martin, 84 

Alexander, Mrs. Sallie Kennedy, 72 

Allen, Mrs. Frances Edna 116 

Allin, Mrs. Marie Uoyd Marshall, 243 

Alvord, Mrs. Mary Eliza, 244 

Ambler, Mrs. Martha Buell, 269 

Ames, Mrs. Anne Ives CD., 202 

Anderson, Mrs. Mary A. Glen, 233 

Andrews, Miss Effie Rose, 122 

Armitage, Mrs. Helen Harbeck, 117 

Armitage, Miss Martha, 117 

Atwater, Miss Fannie, 38 

Austin, Miss Catharine, 87 

Avery, Mrs. Catharine Hitchcock Tilden, 55 

Ayres, Mrs. Eliza E. Fisher, 210 

Babcock, Mrs. Caroline A. Baldwin, 268 

Bailey, Mrs. Julia W., 77 

Baker, Miss Julia I., 78 

Bakewell, Mrs. Alice C, 106 

Baldwin, Mrs. Maria Abert, 38 

Ball, Miss Elizabeth Carter, 21 

Ball, Miss Mary Randolph, 19 

Ballinger, Mrs. Francis Fatio, 31 



284 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Baltazzi, Mrs. Emma Warner, 122 

Barber, Mrs. Victoria Chesman Adams 56 

Barnes, Mtb. Josephine Brodhead 121 

Barrand, Mrs. Mary, 174 

Barroll, Mrs. Sarah S., 95 

Barrow. 'Sirs. Virginia Stagg 139 

Bartlett, Miss Agnes S., 73 

Bartlett, Miss Sallie Austin, 73 

Barton, Miss Clarissa, 65 

Bates, Miss Grace Lynde 218 

Bates, Mrs. Mary C. 86 

Baxter, Mrs. Elizabeth Eleanor 126 

Beall, Miss Ida Petigru, 171 

Seals, Mrs. Katharine McM 275 

Beckwith, Mrs. Nannie K., 130 

BeU, Mrs. Charlotte J '. . . 181 

Bell, Mrs. Elizabeth T., loi 

Bell, Mrs. Louisa S 137 

Benedict, Miss Mabel Bradford, 199 

Benedict, Miss Maria M., 203 

Berry, Mrs. Frances A. Mersereau. 175 

Biddle, Mrs. Florence Huntington. 256 

Biddle, Mrs. Margaret E. J., S3 

Bindley. Mrs. Sarah Lida. 255 

Binniger, Miss Elizabeth Draper, 229 

Bissell, Mrs. Bessie Gray Taylor, 223 

Bissell, Miss Sarah Eliza 232 

Bittinger, Miss Lucy F 225 

Blisch, Mrs. Amelia Fletcher 144 

Block. Mrs. Anna Scott 127 

Blount, Mrs. Lucia Fames, 11 

Bond, Mrs. Frances H., 233 

Bond, Mrs. Mary Hunt 171 

Booraem. Miss Frances D 212 

Bouldin, Miss Ellie D.. 41 

Bowler, Mrs. May Taylor Williamson, 104 

Bowman. Miss Ella Munroe, 109 

Boylston, Mrs. Hester D., 207 



INDEX. 285 



Bo3mton, Mrs. Helen Mason, 13 

Boynton, Mrs. Julia Parsons, 264 

Boynton, Miss Marie, 47 

Bradley, Miss Maria Gilbert, 278 

Breckinridge, Mrs. Issa Desha, 279 

Breckinridge, Mrs. Katherine Carson, 59 

Breckinridge, Miss Sophonisba Preston, 36 

Brockett, Miss Zue Hunter, 251 

Brokaw, Mrs. Elvira Gould, 190 

Brown, Mrs. Caroline Pitts, 85 

Brown, Miss Daisy, 172 

Brown, Mrs. Eliza Bayard, 208 

Brown, Miss Fannie Everett, 136 

Brown, Mrs. Lucy Atkinson Pryor 181 

Brown, Mrs. Margaret Vannoy, 264 

Brown, Mrs. Mary Spalding, 132 

Brown, Miss Rebecca Warren, . . 96 

Browne, Miss Emmilly, 39 

Browne, Mrs. Leda Gano, 33 

Browne, Miss Lily Morton, 61 

Browne, Miss Mary Randolph, 62 

Bruce, Mrs. Alice, 30 

Buck, Mrs. Alice Trueheart, 18 

Buckner, Mrs. Delia Claiborne, 19 

Bullock, Mrs. Annie Mason, 149 

Bullock, Mrs. Elizabeth To wson, 250 

Bunce, Mrs. Mary A. Hubbard, 235 

Bundy, Mrs. Mary E., i34 

Burke, Mrs. Alice Armstrong Lyon, 132 

Burnett, Mrs. Julia Townsend Lawrence 146 

Burrows, Mrs. Frances P., 46 

Bussey, Mrs. S. McKinley, i68 

Butler, Miss Emily C, 87 

Butterfield, Mrs. Maria F., 269 

Byers, Mrs. Ann McCully H., 257 

Byers, Mrs. Jane L., 150 

Cabell, Miss Elvira Daniel, 26 



286 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Cabell, Mrs. Mary V. Ellet, 4 

Ckldwell, Miss Mary, 255 

Candee, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnston Maclay, 15 

Carhart, Miss Keziah L., 170 

Carhart, Mrs. Margery A. v., 170 

Carpenter, Mrs. Caroline Dillingham, 200 

Carpenter, Mrs. Philip, 176 

Carroll, Mrs. Charles Arthur, 97 

Carter, Mrs. Martha Custis Williams, 153 

Casey, Mrs. Mary C, 141 

Catlin, Miss Alice A., i97 

Chaffee, Miss Aline Blanche, 175 

Chaffee, Mrs. Mary Cynthia Baker, 190 

Childs, Mrs. Anne McDowell Price, 230 

Childs, Mrs. Caroline Denny Corcoran, 213 

Chipman, Mrs. Emma Halstead Andruss, 183 

Chipp, Miss Elizabeth DeWitt, 60 

Church, Mrs. Mary Robbins, 60 

Cilley, Miss Emma, 35 

Cilley, Mrs. Martha Cilley Bouton, 51 

Clark, Mrs. Alice Morrow, 8 

Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth C, 18 

Clark, Mrs. Emma Wynkoop, 198 

Clark, Miss Fanny Wynkoop, 198 

Clark, Mrs. J. Ann Walling, 70 

Clark, Mrs. Mary Ann Lewis, 238 

Clarke, Miss Louise Watson, 115 

Cleveland, Mrs. Phebe Dake, 129 

Cockrell, Mrs. Anna Ewing, 79 

Coe, Mrs. Charlotte E. W., 186 

Coleman, Mrs. Isabella Reed M., 249 

Congle, Mrs. Frances Forester, 49 

Conover, Mrs. Helen Field, 210 

Cooke, Miss Jessie Gilpin, 190 

Coolidge, Mrs. Harriett A. Lincoln, 48 

Cooper, Mrs. Katherine J., 191 

Corbin, Mrs. Caroline Fairfield, 129 

Corcoran, Mrs. Anna Denny, 213 



INDHX. 287 



Coulter, Mrs. Sarah E., - 34 

Coiirsen, Mrs. Jane Chester, . . i66 

Cowen, Mrs. Laura Shipman McGaw, 277 

Cox, Miss Alice C, • . . . . 42 

Cox, Mrs. Juliet Hazeltine, 64 

Cox, Mrs. Sallie T. Harman, 267 

Cox, Miss Sarah Stevenson, 92 

Craighead, Mrs. Laura Harris, 205 

Crissey, Mrs. H. Maria, 252 

Cromwell, Mrs. Ellen S., 57 

Crossman, Mrs. Ellen Hall, 102 

Cruz, Mrs. Julia E., 91 

Cunningham, Mrs. Jane C, 50 

Dalzell, Mrs. Jennie A., 224 

Darlington, Miss Edith, 214 

Darlington, Miss Mary O'Hara, 214 

Darnall, Miss Bessie Shelby, 248 

Darwin, Mrs. Gertrude Bascom, 68 

Daves, Miss Bessie Graham, 147 

Davis, Mrs. Lizzie W. Gray, 83 

Dawson, Mrs. Elizabeth Amelia Sayre, 125 

Dawson, Mrs. Clara A., 43 

Day, Mrs. Caroline Butler, 273 

Dayton, Mrs. Maria A., 178 

Dennis, Mrs. Emily Kent, 267 

Denny, Miss Matilda Wilkins, 187 

Denny, Mrs. M. D., 189 

Desha, Miss Mary, 3 

Devereux, Mrs. Maria, 17 

Dickins, Mrs. Marguerite, 59 

Dickson, Mrs. Mary Grant, 168 

Dodd, Mrs. Gertrude Ward, 270 

Doremus, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson Ward, 104 

Doremus, Mrs. Estelle E., 138 

Doremus, Miss Estelle E., 138 

Doremus, Miss Mary Haines, 104 

Dorsey, Mrs. Anna Hanson, 25 



288 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Dorsey, Miss Ella Loraine, 25 

DuBose, Mrs. Louise T., 84 

Dudley, Mrs. IvUcy Bronson, 25 

Duncan, Mrs. Katharine M., 102 

Duncan, Mrs. Martha Berrien, 125 

Durborow, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth, 186 

Eakins, Mrs. Myrah Gray, 191 

Earle, Mrs. Mary Orr, 34 

Eastman, Miss Mary Henderson, 24 

Edgerton, Mrs. Mary Hildreth, 271 

Edwards, Mrs. Anna Mary, 38 

Edwards, Mrs. Frances Parsons, 260 

Elder, Mrs. Ida Dull, 223 

Elder, Miss Mary T., 82 

Elmes, Mrs. Rosa White, 161 

Elsworth, Miss Josephine Giraud, 116 

Emery, Miss Mary Abbie, 63 

Emery, Mrs. Matilda Wilkins, 67 

Emery, Miss Sarah T 67 

Emery, Miss Victoria de M., 67 

Evans, Miss Lilian Slaymaker, 18 

Everett, Mrs. Charlotte Stickney, 185 

Everett, Mrs. Jennie Adams, 23 

Everhart, Mrs. Margaret Lowrey, 244 

Everhart, Miss Mella D., 247 

Fairman, Miss Evelina H., 114 

Fairman, Miss Helen L., 1:4 

Fairman, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Holden, 113 

Farnham, Mrs. Augusta Dorrance, no 

Farson, Mrs. Clara M. P., 134 

Faust, Mrs. Susie Matthews, 158 

Ferris, Mrs. Mary Lanman Douw, 119 

Fessenden, Mrs. Laura Canfield Spencer, 127 

Field, Miss Lizzie, 89 

Field, Mrs. Mary J., 199 

Field, Miss Pattie, 89 



INDEX. 289 

Finch, Mrs. Fannie Washington, 5 

Fisher, Mrs. Eliza Flagg 169 

Flagg, Miss May, 170 

Fleming, Mrs. Mary Lee, 51 

Flint, Mrs. Nellie M., 144 

Fogg, Miss Emily Starr, 234 

Fonda, Mrs. Mary Alice Ives, 266 

Fontaine (de), Mrs. Georgia Moore, 108 

Fontaine, Mrs. Julia Washington, 219 

Foot, Mrs. Mary Sawyer, 66 

Foote, Miss Katharine, 67 

Forbes, Mrs. Rosetta Deaning, 182 

Forest (de), Mrs. Anita Hargous 109 

Forrest, Miss Louisa Nourse, 31 

Forsyth, Miss Mary Isabella, 222 

Foster, Mrs. Martha H. Love, 272 

Foster, Mrs. Mary Henshaw, 204 

Foster, Mrs. Mary Parke, 75 

Foute, Mrs. Jenny Gary Skipwith, , 125 

French, Mrs. Sarah L., 187 

Fuller, Mrs. Ruth Parrish, 259 

Funsten, Mrs. Lucy Lewis, 246 

Furman, Mrs. Isabella Adams, 146 

Galbraith, Mrs. Myra Fonda, 217 

Gallaher, Mrs. Isabelle Lydden Thomas, 115 

Gait, Mrs. Isabella A., 149 

Garrison, Mrs. Jennie Davis 28 

Geer, Mrs. Augusta D., 48 

Gibbons, Mrs. Hettie Spafiford Culver, • . 261 

Gibson, Mrs. Abbey DeWolf, 263 

Gilbert, Mrs. Fanny Pierpont, 273 

Gilchrist, Miss Sarah N., 211 

Gillett, Miss Emma M., 44 

Gist, Mrs. Mary S., 24 

Glessner, Mrs. Frances Macbeth, 208 

Goddard, Mrs. Rebekah Burnet G., 205 

Goodfellow, Mrs. Julia Smiley, 33 

Goode, Miss Mary Barksdale, 72 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Goode, Mrs. Sarah Ford Judd, ii 

Goodloe, Mrs. Bettie Beck, 279 

Goodwin, Mrs. Isabella Dufl&eld, 128 

Gordon, Mrs. Anna Sibyl Wads worth, 48 

Goss, Mrs. Ida Stanley, ■ . . . 253 

Graeme, Mrs. Ellen Hendrick Wright, 165 

Graham, Miss Hartley 180 

Grant, Mrs. Sarah Frances, 167 

Gray, Miss Alice, 239 

Greely, Mrs. Henrietta C. H. N., . 9 

Green, Miss Ann Forrest, 34 

Green, Miss Anna R., 27 

Green, Airs. Anne S., 247 

Green, Miss Elizabeth Ward, 200 

Greene, Miss Eleanor Burrill, 274 

Greene, Mrs. Jessie Rice, 274 

Greene, Mrs. Mary Gertrude Munson, 120 

Greene, Mrs. Sallie Sargent, 246 

Greenleaf, Mrs. Georgine Henri Franck, 70 

Griffith, Mrs. Alverda, 35 

Grigsby, Miss Virginia Shelby, 81 

Gwathme5^ Miss Mary E 80 

Hagan, Mrs. Sarah Cobb Johnson, 207 

Haines, Mrs. Sarah Julia, 178 

Hall, Miss Ellen Williams, 223 

Hall, Mrs. Henry, 278 

Hall, Mrs. Margaret M. Chambers, 143 

Hallowell, Miss Harriet, 216 

Hallowell, Mrs. Mary Morris, 10 

Hallowell, Miss Sarah Tyson, 58 

Halstead, Mrs. Annie W., ... 80 

Halstead, Miss Emilie M., 77 

Halsted, Miss Carrie, 117 

Halsted, Miss Helen H., 252 

Halsted, Miss L,aura P., 144 

Halsted, Miss M. C. P., . ." 251 

Halsted, Mrs. N. W., 167 



INDEX. 291 



Hamilton, Mrs. Eva J. Hopkins, 129 

Hamilton, Mrs. Gertrude Van Courtlandt, 154 

Hamlin, Mrs. Frances Bacon, 245 

Hammatt, Mrs. Eliza Phelps, 217 

Hammond, Mrs. Louise Elsworth, 141 

Hand, Mrs. Mary Lyman Richardson, 85 

Hardin, Miss Evelyn Johnson, ... 100 

Harding, Miss Julia Morgan, 257 

Harding, Mrs. Lavinia Maria Morgan, 225 

Hardy, Mrs. Sally Ewing Marshall, 119 

Harrison, Mrs. Caroline Scott, 5 

Harrison, Mrs. Ellen Wain, 85 

Harrison, Mrs. Ethel Grace, 192 

Harrison, Mrs. Margaret Louise Baker, 106 

Hart, Mrs. J. P., i33 

Hartley, Mrs. Frances Chester White, 241 

Harvier, Mrs. Evelyn Baker, 121 

Hatch, Mrs. Harriet Robbins, 273 

Hawkins, Mrs. Jane W., 258 

Hawkins, Mrs. Laura Russell, 249 

Hays, Mrs. Margaret I., 244 

Heilner, Miss Laura Sylvina, 118 

Heilner, Mrs. Mary Isabella, 122 

Hendrie, Miss Katherine Sibley, 94 

Hetzel, Mrs. Margaretta P. Jack, 7 

Hetzel, Miss Susan Riviere, 7 

Hewes, Mrs. Anna Maria Lathrope, 217 

Hey ward. Miss Louise Watkins, 184 

Hickey, Miss Susanna G., 32 

Hiler, Miss Phoebe Anne Elsworth 136 

Hill, Mrs. Amelia Leavitt, 192 

Hillard, Mrs. Esther Jane Reynolds, 166 

Hodgkins, Mrs. Marie Wilkinson, 47 

Hoffman, Miss Harriet E., 52 

Hoffman, Mrs. Mary Lynde, 245 

Hoge, Mrs. Mary Barlow, . 81 

Hogg, Mrs. Julia K., 90 

Holdich, Miss Henrietta Howard, 31 



292 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Holdship, Mrs. Maria Irwin, 187 

Holland, Mrs. Carrie T., 226 

Hopkins, Mrs. Dora Adams, 221 

Hopkins, Mrs. Mary A., 130 

Hoppin, Miss Frances Street, 202 

Houghton, Mrs. Josepha H., 79 

Howe, Mrs. Fanny J., 280 

Hubbard, Miss Laura Miranda, 135 

Hubbard, Mrs. Sarah Isabelle, 226 

Hull, Mrs. Lucia Houston, 193 

Humphreys, Miss Sarah Louise, 204 

Hunt, Mrs. Grace Stanton Lea, 259 

Hunter, Mrs. Kate McPherson, 29 

Husband, Mrs. Mary Morris 14 

Hutchinson, Mrs. Sophia Lord C, 255 

Ingham, Mrs. Mary Bigelow, 40 

Ingles, Mrs. Alice Gray, 193 

Irwin, Miss Hannah, 188 

Irwin, Miss Marjorie C 257 

Irwin, Mrs. Mary P., 238 

Irwin-Martin, Miss Annie Whiting 140 

Irwin-Martin, Miss Jeanne C, 117 

Jackson, Miss Ada, 213 

Jackson, Mrs. Sallie Addison, 220 

Janes, Miss Emma, 40 

Janin, Mrs. Violet Blair, 71 

Jennings, Miss Zelie, 224 

Jewett, Mrs. Ellen R., 254 

Johnson, Mrs. Jane Claudia, no 

Johnson, Mrs. Maggie J., 278 

Johnson, Mrs. Maude Bascom, 69 

Johnston, Mrs. Henrietta, • .... 219 

Johnstone, Mrs. Julia Waters, 270 

Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Sinclair Parker, 24 

Jones, Miss L. Noble, 228 

Jones, Mrs. Lydia Shields, 212 



INDEX. 293 



Jons, Mrs. Maria Lewis, 173 

Jordan, Mrs. Mary Hall 221 

Keenan, Miss Margaret Phelan, 77 

Keim, Mrs. Jane A. Sumner Owen, 22 

Keller, Mrs. Mary Eloise Thniston, 124 

Kellogg, Mrs. Josephine L., 161 

Kendall, Mrs. Virginia Hutchinson, 260 

Kennon, Mrs. B. W., 86 

Kerfoot, Mrs. Annie W. L,., 131 

Kernochan, Mrs. Catharine Lorillard, 137 

Keyser, Mrs. Mary Washington, 210 

Kimball, Miss Alma, 247 

Kimberley, Mrs. Ada Pratt, 45 

King, Mrs. Caroline Cessna G., 268 

King, Mrs. Carrie Remsen, 151 

King, Mrs. Elizabeth R., 142 

King, Mrs. Horatio C, 184 

Kinkead, Mrs. Barton Shelby, 240 

Kinkead, Miss Elizabeth Shelby, ... 235 

Kinkead, Mrs. Laura Stone, 239 

Kinkead, Miss Nellie Talbot, 249 

Kirkland, Mrs. Adelaide Desha, 71 

Knight, Mrs. William M., 97 

Knott, Mrs. Regina M., 10 

Krout, Miss Mary H 132 

Lackland, Mrs. Caroline Eliot, 148 

Laird, Mrs. Anna Key, .... 30 

Lamb, Miss Lizzie S., 49 

Lamberton, Mrs. Anna DeWitt, 113 

LaMontagne, Mrs. Alice Washington Weir, 29 

LaMonte, Mrs. Rebecca Thueatt, 147 

Lampman, Mrs. Adelaide Bronk, 197 

Lanza, Marquise Clara, 193 

Earner, Mrs. Fannie D., 74 

Larrabee, Mrs. Ruth Estelle Loop, 233 

Lathrop, Miss Emma Goble, 159 



294 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lathrop, Mrs. Mary Augusta 159 

Laughlin, Miss Martha Page, ■. ... 256 

Lawrence, Miss Charlotte Louise, 73 

LeDuc, Mrs. Marie Clinton, 142 

Lee, Miss Eleanor Orr, 142 

Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth Blair, 70 

Lee, Mrs. Mary Olive Ayer, 262 

Lee, Mrs Susan Pendleton, • 150 

Leggett, Mrs. Lucy A., 68 

Leland, Miss Mary Granger, 15 

LeMoyne, Mrs. Lucretia Orth Lewis, 237 

Leupp, Mrs. Ada Murdock, 53 

Lewis, Mrs. Mary Imogene, 248 

Lewis, Mrs. Sylvia M. I. McC, 185 

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe, 124 

Linton, Mrs. Gertrude Darragh, 79 

Linton, Mrs. Minerva D., 78 

Lockwood, Miss Lilian, 50 

Lockwood, Mrs. Mary Smith, 13 

Logan, Mrs. Anna Clarke, 231 

Logan, Miss Ednah, 230 

Logan, Mrs. Fanny Lyon, 229 

Loring, Mrs. Anna S., 61 

Lovell, Miss Isabel, 143 

Lovell, Mrs. Louise Lewis, 142 

Low, Mrs. Anne Wroe Scollay, 123 

Lucas, Mrs. Fannie McLaran, 44 

Ludin, Mrs. Minnie Berford, 194 

Lunt, Miss Cornelia Nina Gray, 162 

Lyle, Miss Lizzie Agnes, 240 

Lyle, Mrs. Maria Catharine, 241 

Lynde, Mrs. Nancy Malinda, 245 

Lyon, Miss Alice Patton West, 231 

Lyon, Miss Margaret Stewart, . . 225 

Mackall, Miss Sally Summervell, 99 

MacDonald, Miss Anne S., 253 

MacDonald, Miss Rose M. E., 246 



INDEX. 295 



Mactier, Miss Isabella Green, 265 

Madeira, Mrs. Cattie F., gg 

Mallett, Miss Anna Smith, 42 

Mankin, Mrs. Deborah Dent, 45 

Manners, Miss Helen, 265 

Manning, Miss Emma Nelson, 134 

Manning, Miss Josephine Nelson, 134 

Marquand, Mrs. Elizabeth Eove, 106 

Marshall, Mrs. Frederica Ellsworth, 130 

Marshall, Mrs. Jane Stevenson, lyi 

Marshall, Mrs. Maud, 159 

Martin, Mrs. Caroline Col ton, 232 

Martin, Miss Ellen A., 131 

Martin, Mrs. Frances Coffin, 222 

Mason, Mrs. Gabrielle Postlethwaite 205 

Mason, Mrs. Pella Hull, 14 

Mather, Miss Edith Herbert, 108 

Mather, Miss Emily Eunice, 175 

Mather, Mrs. Margaret Herbert, 107 

Matthews, Mrs. Fanny I., 100 

Matthews, Mrs. Mary R., 146 

Mattocks, Miss Elizabeth, 209 

McAlister, Miss Louise, 103 

McCandless, Miss Mary Elliott, 213 

McCandless, Mrs. Sarah N., 236 

McCartney, Miss Eleanor A. D., 259 

McCartney, Mrs. Katharine Searle, 59 

McClellan, Miss Mary Carswell, 241 

McColloch, Mrs. Susan M., 75 

McConnell, Mrs. Maria Paine, 271 

McCord, Mrs. Annie Kidd Benney, 239 

McDonald, Mrs. Mary E., 12 

McDowall, Miss Susan Witherspoon, 100 

McDowell, Mrs. Anna M., 58 

McDowell, Miss Pauline, 41 

McGill, Mrs. Caroline Stockton, 107 

McGown, Miss Marianna, 177 

McGown, Mrs. Mary Emma Demarest, 177 



296 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

McKinley, Miss Junia, 151 

McKnight, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Hara Denny, 235 

McKnight, Mrs. Jeanie Baird, 226 

McKnight, Miss Kate Cassatt, 215 

Mcl^aran, Miss Mary Alice, 44 

McLaren, Mrs. Susan Y. P., 153 

McLean, Mrs. Emily Nelson Ritchie, 105 

McMillan, Mrs. Harriet E. , 275 

McMurtry, Mrs. Clara Lothrop, 244 

Meagher, Mrs. Elizabeth Townsend, 198 

Mendenhall, Mrs. Susan Allen, 246 

Messenger, Mrs. Lillian Rozell, 32 

Middleton, Miss Emeline Virginia, 58 

Miller, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gore, 128 

Miller, Mrs. Sarah C, 237 

Miller, Miss Virginia, 66 

Mills, Mrs. Mary Chase Steel, 119 

Mitchell, Miss Nena, 267 

Moale, Mrs. Frederick L., 43 

Moffat, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, 113 

Moncure, Miss Eugenia Washington 89 

Monell, Mrs. Caroline E., I94 

Monfort, Mrs. Mary J. Edgerton, 276 

Moore, Miss Elizabeth Pitcher, 69 

Moore, Miss Jennie Morris, 98 

Moore, Miss Marie Henderson, 57 

Moorhead, Mrs. Mary Heberton, 236 

Moran, Mrs. Jane W. Blackburn, 149 

Morgan, Mrs. Lavinia Herndon, 240 

Morgan, Mrs. Sarah Berrien Casey, 152 

Morris, Mrs, Marian Adele Longfellow, 82 

Morsell, Mrs. Isabel Montgomery, 65 

Morson, Mrs. Claudia Marshall, 243 

Morton, Mrs. Mary Belle, ■ . 94 

Morton, Mrs. Mary Gratz, 248 

Moses, Mrs. Emma Richardson, 173 

Moses, Mrs. Lucina C, 84 

Moss, Mrs. M. Helen Palmes, 272 



INDEX. 297 



Moulton, Mrs. Mary A. Stimpson, 148 

Mulligan, Mrs. Caroline E., 123 

Mulligan, Mrs. Julia Bowman, 163 

Murdoch, Mrs. Mary Lyon, 224 

Murphy, Mrs. Frances Parrish, 258 

Nelson, Miss Emma B., 274 

Nelson, Mrs. Margaret McLaren, 161 

Newport, Mrs. Eliza Thompson M. E., 270 

Newport, Miss Mary Morgan, 271 

Nichols, Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Foster, 79 

Nicholson, Mrs. Jane Jesup, 72 

Northrop, Mrs. Mary Stewart, 235 

Norton, Mrs. Elizabeth Dewey Pratt, 91 

Norton, Miss Lillian A., 183 

Norvell, Miss Sarah Woods, 36 

O'Connor, Miss Kate, 114 

Ogden, Miss Emma K., 254 

Oliver, Miss Amelia Neville, 189 

Oliver, Mrs. Amelia Neville Shields, 188 

Olmstead, Miss Julia Rush, 107 

Orme, Miss Elizabeth Woodward, 206 

Orme, Mrs. Ellen Vail, 227 

Orme, Mrs. Kate Harman, 267 

Osborn, Mrs. Effie Beulah Reeme, 46 

Otis-Smedes, Mrs. Agnes P., 76 

Page, Miss Sidney, 256 

Painter, Mrs. Ellie Guthrie, 220 

Painter, Mrs. Mary Lothrop, 244 

Palmer, Mrs. Ann 1 219 

Park, Mrs. Elizabeth S., 231 

Parker, Miss Lucy Mason, 93 

Parrish, Miss Anna C, 135 

Parrish, Miss Eleanor Mayer, 135 

Parrish, Miss Mary Conyngham, .... 135 

Parsons, Miss Grace Douglas, 264 



298 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Patrick, Mrs. Emma Washington, 243 

Patterson, Mrs. Elizabeth Baird, 226 

Patterson, Mrs. Sarah Bouton, 55 

Patty, Mrs. Emmie Foote, 216 

Paul, Miss Jennie M., 133 

Peachy, Miss Anne Meem, • 50 

Peirce, Mrs. Melusina Fay, 156 

Pendleton, Mrs. Margaret Hetzel, 27 

Perrin, Miss Anna Falconer, 195 

Perrin, Miss Mary Falconer, 194 

Peters, Mrs. Margaretta Andruss, . 167 

Phelps, Miss Anna Brunett, 164 

Phillips, Mrs. Margaret Crosman, 231 

Pierce, Mrs. Flora McKnight, 214 

Pierson, Mrs. Elizabeth Guion, 55 

Pike, Miss Lilian, 96 

Pilcher, Mrs. Margaret Campbell, 262 

Plantz, Mrs. Laura M., 90 

Piatt, Mrs. Julia Maria, 211 

Pope, Mrs. Henry L., 220 

Postlethwaite, Miss Sallie Duncan, 204 

Postley, Mrs. Margaret Sterling, iii 

Powell, Mrs. Diana Kearny, 279 

Pratt, Mrs. Augusta Lawrence, 179 

Prescott, Mrs, Eliza Curtiss, 195 

Prescott, Miss Florence Wadsworth, 197 

Prime, Mrs. Laura deT., 169 

Pry or. Miss Frances Theodora Bland, 53 

Pryor, Mrs. Louise Allan, 154 

Pryor, Mrs. Sara Agnes Rice, 2 

Purviance, Mrs. Caroline M., 237 

Putnam, Mrs. Mary L. Duncan, 221 

Putnam, Mrs. Mary Steiner, 263 

Ramage, Mrs. AddieW., 163 

Randell, Mrs. Anna Jackson Belden, 143 

Rankin, Miss Katharine, 239 

Ransom, Miss Caroline L., 24 



INDEX. 299 



Rasines, Mrs. Amelia Ferris, 177 

Rasines, Miss A. Manuella, 176 

Rathbone, Mrs. Josephine Campbell, 56 

Rathbun, Mrs. Lena Augusta, 17 

Read, Miss Edith Ross, 54 

Reading, Mrs. Fannie W. Washington, 8 

Rector, Miss Mary M., 269 

Reeme, Mrs. Annie Maria Yeager, 126 

Reeve, Miss Mary Donelson, 74 

Reilly, Mrs. Mary F., 209 

Remington, Mrs. Helen Eliza, 215 

Revere, Mrs. Rosanna Duncan, 265 

Reynolds, Mrs. Annie B. Dorrance, 165 

Reynolds, Mrs. Grace Fuller, 124 

Reynolds, Mrs. Stella Dorrance, iii 

Rice, Mrs. Maria Fuller, 164 

Rice, Mrs. Marie Gordon Pryor, 155 

Richards, Mrs. Harriet Mayo, 145 

Richards, Miss Janet Elizabeth Hosmer, 54 

Richey, Mrs. Minnie Blair, 152 

Ricketts, Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds, 200 

Riggs, Mrs. Mabel E. Pratt, 272 

Ringgold, Mrs. Mary Conde, 6 

Rittenhouse, Mrs. Grace Hubbell, 276 

Roach, Miss Aurelia, 227 

Roach, Mrs. Sarah Rowena McDowell, 227 

Robbins, Mrs. Mary Jane Tilden, 53 

Roberts, Miss Eleanor Christy, 238 

Roberts, Mrs. Sophia Edwards, 261 

Robins, Miss Marian Allen, 129 

Robinson, Miss Agnes J., 17 

Robinson, Miss Elizabeth DeWitt, 195 

Robinson, Miss F. Page, 4 

Robinson, Mrs. Margaret Downing Lauman, 112 

Robinson, Mrs. Mary S. Hoomes, 45 

Roby, Mrs. Lelia P., 37 

Rockafellow, Miss Grace Ferdinand, 109 

Rockafellow, Mrs. Julia Jane Agnes, 108 



300 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Rockwell, Miss Elizabeth H., i8i 

Roesener, Mrs. Rose M., 182 

Rogers, Miss Lucy Dalrymple, 156 

Roode (de), Mrs. Kate Trimble, 182 

Rose, Mrs. Martha Emily Parmelee, ........ 260 

Rowe, Mrs. Louise Frances, 139 

Rowland, Mrs. Alice Story, 265 

Rowland, Miss Kate Mason 23 

Rozet, Mrs. Josephine M., 253 

Rozet, Miss Marie Josephine, 254 

Rozet, Miss Rebecca M., 253 

Rudisch, Mrs. Duxie Halsted, 118 

Sadler, Mrs. Emma J., 256 

Salas, Mrs. Valeria W., 52 

Sanford, Miss Marietta, 91 

Saxton, Mrs. May, 139 

Sayre, Mrs. Mary Lovell, 242 

Schober, Mrs. Emily Isyphena, 123 

Scott, Mrs. Anna Wallis Jacobs, 232 

Scott, Mrs. Henrietta Logan, 189 

Scott, Miss Sarah Hayes, 232 

Scrutchin, Mrs. Mildred, 206 

Sears, Miss Hattie L., 43 

Semple, Miss Mary Pattison, * . . . 212 

Sharpe, Miss Mary A., iii 

Sharpe, Miss Sallie, 150 

Sharpe, Mrs. Sallie Patterson, 86 

Shepard, Mrs. Annie McMillan, 277 

Shepard, Mrs. Frances Welles, 133 

Sherman, Mrs. Alice Park, 236 

Sherman, Mrs. Louise Dickinson, 186 

Sherwood, Mrs. Elizabeth Hutton, 258 

Sherwood, Mrs. Emily Lee, 27 

Shields, Mrs. Mary L., 15 

Shields, Miss Rebecca, 212 

Shippen, Mrs. Georgina Elmina, 182 

Shreve, Miss Violet Oldershaw, 131 



INDEX. 301 



Sibley, Miss Sarah A., 260 

Simon, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sayre, 228 

Simonds, Mrs. Adelaide W., 254 

Sinclair, Mrs. Amanda M., loi 

Sinclair, Miss Judith Parkhurst, 185 

Slemmons, Mrs. Laura H. Spalding 229 

Slosson, Miss Mary M., 259 

Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Rodgers, 98 

Smith, Mrs. Fannie Elsworth, 141 

Smith, Mrs. Frances B., 280 

Smith, Mrs. Marion Thomas Cobb, 219 

Smith, Mrs. Rosa Wright, 75 

Smith, Mrs. Sadie Adams, 12 

Soule, Mrs. Ellen F. Ward, 275 

Spalding, Miss Mary Anna, 230 

Spofford, Mrs. Jane, 96 

Spring, Miss Anna Malazena, 214 

Spring, Mrs. Mary O'Hara Denny, 212 

Stanford, Mrs. Jane L., 218 

Staples, Mrs. Hannah Thatcher Otis, 161 

St. Clair, Mrs. Lelie Dent, . 16 

Steams, Mrs. Clorinda W. Shoemaker, 124 

Stearns, Miss Mary R., 95 

Steers, Mrs. Anna Mersereau, 174 

Steers, Miss Anna Maude, 175 

Steers, Mrs. Susan C. Mersereau, 174 

Stephenson, Mrs. Martha Benjamin, 277 

Stevens, Miss Charlotte Butler, 37 

Stevenson, Mrs. Eleanor L., 166 

Stewart, Mrs. Caroline Brickett, 138 

Stille, Miss Mary Ingram, 173 

Stockbridge, Miss Annie W. , . . 203 

Stockbridge, Miss Mary Suchet, 203 

Stone, Mrs. Harriet H. Leonard, 162 

Stow, Miss Anna P., 9 

Stow, Mrs. Mary Williams Loomis, 9 

Stuart, Mrs. Frances M., 127 

Sturtevant, Mrs. Isabella Litchfield, 218 



302 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Suzzara- Verdi (de), Miss Sophie W., 39 

Swann, Mrs. Josephine Antoinette Ward, 41 

Sweitzer, Mrs. Myra H., 226 

Swinburne, Mrs. Laura Perry Monteath, 179 

Talbot, Miss Helen, 206 

Talbot, Mrs. Mary Cornelia, 201 

Talbot (2d), Miss Mary Cornelia, 203 

Taylor, Mrs. Annie M. Dyer, 98 

Taylor, Miss Grace Ann Totten, 224 

Taylor, Miss Sarah Gertrude, 64 

Thompson, Mrs. Catherine Lightfoot, 184 

Thompson, Mrs. H. Harriet Howard Pomeroy, .... 157 

Thompson, Miss Jane E., • 172 

Thompson, Mrs. Mary Norton, 157 

Thornton, Mrs. Mary C, 216 

Thornton, Mrs. Mary Frances Deraismes, 180 

Thwing, Mrs. Carrie F. Butler, 268 

Tibbetts, Mrs. Cornelia Augusta, 180 

Tittmann, Mrs. Kate Trowbridge Wilkins, 63 

Titus, Miss Adelaide Stagg, 139 

Torrey, Miss Adeline Whittemore, 157 

Towles, Miss Agatha Lewis, 64 

Towles, Miss Margaret C, . , 49 

Townshend, Miss Mary L., 120 

Townshend, Mrs. Mary Nichols, 120 

Tracy, Mrs. Sarah Frances, 115 

Trafton, Mrs. Linie Kiersted, 140 

Treat, Mrs. Julia Hubbell, 121 

Trowbridge, Miss Annette Peabody, 92 

Trowbridge, Miss Mary E., i47 

Truax, Mrs. Alice Hawley, 176 

Tubbs, Miss Mary Covell, 165 

Tyler, Mrs. Sarah Gardiner 250 

Updike, Miss Mary Rodman, 238 

Van Buren, Mrs. Florence Trumbull Lanman, 195 



INDEX. 303 



Vanderpoel, Miss Mary Van Buren, 107 

Van de Water, Mrs. Lilian K., 160 

Van Landingham, Mrs. Mary O. Spratt, 266 

Van Wagenen, Miss Caroline A., 144 

Virtue, Miss Elizabeth, 273 

Voorhis, Mrs. Dora T., 15 

Vreeland, Mrs. Helen Kearny, 136 

Wadhams, Miss Cornelia Frances, 238 

Wadhams, Mrs. Esther Taylor French, 234 

Wadhams, Miss Stella Catlin, 235 

Wadsworth, Miss Marie Louise, 88 

Wadsworth, Mrs. Mary E., 88 

Wait, Mrs. Chara Conant, 128 

Waite, Mrs. Amelia Champlin, 21 

Waldenburg, Mrs. Julia D. Fay, 158 

Waldron, Mrs. Adelaide Haines Cilley, 28 

Walker, Mrs. Emeline, 136 

Walker, Miss Susan Pusey, 258 

Wallace, Mrs. Katherine Jones, 214 

Walworth, Mrs. Ellen Hardin, 2 

Walworth, Miss Rubena Hyde, 21 

Ward, Miss Eliza Titus, 95 

Warner, Mrs. Maria L., 196 

Warren, Mrs. Ellen A., 178 

Washburn, Mrs. Cornelia V., 201 

Washington, Miss Elizabeth Lee, 7 

Washington, Miss Elizabeth Westwood, 6 

Washington, Miss Eugenia, i 

Washington, Miss Fannie v., 6 

Washington, Mrs. Mary A., 35 

Webster, Mrs. Anna S., 99 

Weeks, Miss Fanny Washington Hunter, 11 

Weeks, Miss Mary E., 19 

Welch, Miss Jane Mead, 162 

Wheeler, Mrs. Lucy James Blair 242 

Whipple, Mrs. Helen Mar, . 262 

White, Miss Nettie L., 62 



304 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Whittemore, Mrs. Clara Clark, 93 

Whittemore, Miss Fannie M., 93 

Whittemore, Mrs. Sarah Adams, 88 

Wilbour, Mrs. Belinda Olney Hatheway, 62 

Wilcox, Mrs. Ella Wheeler, 122 

Wiley, Miss Margaret Jones, • . . . . 92 

Wilkinson, Mrs. Lue B., 44 

Willard, Miss Frances E. , 96 

Willard, Mrs. Sarah Bradley, 86 

Williams, Miss Almena Butman, 81 

Williams, Miss Ellen Way, 114 

Williams, Mrs. Eva, 261 

Williams, Mrs. Mary Robert, 137 

Williamson, Mrs. Marguerite Ridgway, 228 

Willis, Mrs. Elizabeth Louise Hammond, 169 

Wilson, Miss Carrie, 263 

Wilson, Mrs. Ellen C. H., 264 

Wilson, Mrs. Margaret C, 247 

Wilson, Mrs. Sarah Hungerford, 84 

Winston, Mrs. Mary S. H., 274 

Winston, Mrs. Nancie Otis, . . • 76 

Wise, Mrs. Evelyn Beverley Douglas, 103 

Witbeck, Mrs. Sophia Lester, 218 

Wood, Miss Emma, 263 

Woodward, Mrs. Martha G., 252 

Woodward, Mrs. Stanley Butler, iii 

Woodworth, Mrs. Mary Bertram, 145 

Woolworth, Miss M. C, 250 

Wootton, Mrs. Mary Wright, 112 

Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Post McGown, 177 

Wynkoop, Mrs. Ann Eliza Woodbury, 196 

Wysong, Mrs. Mary Camfield McLure, 252 

Yeatman, Mrs. Mary O. S., 251 

Young, Mrs. Mary McDowall, loi 

Young, Mrs. May D. Russell, 103 

Young, Mrs. Emma Henry, 32 

Yturbide, Mrs. Alice Green, 36 



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