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Register of the Maryland Society 
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1891-1915 



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Copyright By 
The Maryland Society of the Colonial Damss of America 

1915 






BALTIMORE, MD., U. 8. A. 



FOREWORD. 

The Committee appointed by the Maryland Society of the 
Colonial Dames of America to prepare for publication the 
Second Lineage Book of the Society offers to the members the 
result of its labors. 

The work has been accomplished under circumstances of 
unusual difficulty and the Committee realizes that it was spe- 
cially fortunate in that it could avail itself of the great and 
varied experience of the late and lamented Dr. Christopher 
Johnston, for so many years the Genealogist of the Maryland 
Society. 

The selection by Dr. Johnston (in conjunction with the 
Committee) of Mr. Louis H. Dielman to examine papers and 
edit this volume proved a very happy choice. He has given 
much time and great patience to the task and the Committee 
feels that through this combination a background is repre- 
sented for its work which would otherwise have been un- 
obtainable. 

This foreword would be incomplete without some mention 
of the late Wilson Miles Cary, Esq., whose thorough researches 
are shown in many of the Pedigree papers. 

Mrs. E. S. Beall, 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson, 

Mrs, a. L. Sioussat, 

Miss Tilghman, 

Miss E. C. Williams, 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman, Chairman. 



(Hi) 



CHARTER MEMBERS AND FOUNDERS. 
INCORPORATORS. 



1. Mrs. Frederick von Kapff, 

2. Mrs. Eugene Blackford, 

3. Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall, 

4. Mrs. William Reed, 



5. Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard, 

6. Mrs. Joseph King, 

7. Mrs. Robert Atkinson, 

8. Mrs. Henry Didier, 



9. Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 



Others present at the meeting of Dec. 29, 1891, were designated 



10. Mrs. Edward Shippen, 

11. Mrs. Monte Griffith, 

12. Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart, 

13. Mrs. Duncan Campbell, 

14. Mrs. Alexander Gordon, 

15. Mrs. Charles Ridgely, 

16. Mrs. Charles D. Fisher, 

17. Mrs. Charles Marshall, 



FOUNDERS. 



18. Mrs. Outerbridge Horsey, 

19. Mrs. G. Robins Goldsborough, 

20. Miss Mary Tilghman, 

21. Mrs. Douglas H. Thomas, 

22. Mrs. Winfield J. Taylor, 

23. Mrs. William Bowly Wilson, 

24. Miss Marian Gilmor Howard, 

25. Mrs. Wilson Miles Gary. 



(iv) 



OFFICERS OF THE 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL DAMES 

OF AMERICA 

FROM ITS INCORPORATION. 

PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. G. Dawson Coleman, Mrs. William Ruffin Cox, 

Mrs. Howard Townsend, Mrs. Joseph Rucker Lamar. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. Beverly Kennon, Mrs. William Reed, 

Mrs. Henry G. Banning, Mrs. Barrett Wendell, 

Mrs. E. D. Gillespie, Mrs. Alexander F. Jamieson, 

Mrs. Herbert A. Claiborne Mrs. Francis W. Goddard, 

(Mrs. Wm. R. Cox), Mrs. Joseph Rucker Lamar, 

Mrs. Samuel Colt. Mrs. Elihu Chauncey, 

Mrs. Henry F. LeHunte Lyster, Mrs. Nathaniel Terry Bacon, 
Mrs. Overton Lea. 

SECRETARIES. 

Miss Mary Dickinson, Mrs. Joseph Rucker Lamar, 

Mrs. William Reed, Mrs. Charles R. Miller. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson, Mrs. Rosa Wright Smyth, 

Mrs. John Y. Taylor. 

TREASURERS. 
Miss Elizabeth Byrd Nicholas, Mrs. Alexander J. Cassatt. 

REGISTRARS. 

Miss Katherine Paul Shippen, Mrs. Nathaniel Terry Bacon, 

Mrs. Emil Richter, Mrs. FrankUn Bowditch Dexter. 

HISTORIANS. 

Miss Anne H. Wharton, Miss Alice French, 

Mrs. Albert L. Sioussat. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MARYLAND SOCIETY. 
PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. Frederick von Kapff, Mrs. William Reed. 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. William Reed, Mrs. Richard B. Bayard, 

' Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

Mrs. Richard B. Bayard, Mrs. Charles Marshall, 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely, Mrs. J. Pembroke Thom, 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford, Mrs. N. G. Penniman, 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

RECORDING SECRETARIES. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen, Mrs. Robert Atkinson {pro tern.), 

Mrs. Charles Marshall {pro tern.), Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES. 

Mrs. Henry Didier, Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart, 

Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Mrs. William Reed, 

Mrs. George B. Goldsborough, Miss Elizabeth Manigault Morris, 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright, Miss Elizabeth Chew Williams, 

Mrs. J. Thomson Mason, Mrs. Robert Goldsborough Henry, 

Miss Lilian Giffen. 

TREASURERS. 

Mrs. Joseph King, Mrs. William Bowly Wilson, 

Mrs. Alexander Gordon, Mrs. Henry W. Rogers, 

Miss Elizabeth H. Stokes. 

REGISTRARS. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen, Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

HISTORIANS. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith, Miss Mary Tilghman. 



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BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Mrs. William Reed, 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford, 

Mrs. Edward Shippen, 

Mrs. Edward S. Beall, 

Mrs. George R. Goldsborough, 

Mrs. Robert Atkinson, 

Mrs. Alexander Gordon, 

Mrs. Joseph King, 

Mrs. Henry Didier, 

Mrs. Outerbridge Horsey, 

Mrs. Charles D. Fisher, 

Mrs. Douglas H. Thomas, 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge, 

Mrs. Winfield J. Taylor, 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart, 

Mrs. Duncan Campbell, 

Mrs. Charles Marshall, 

Miss Mary Tilghman, 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard, 

Miss AmeHa de Pau Fowler, 

Mrs. William Bowly Wilson, 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely of Hampton, 

Mrs. James W. Wilson, 

Mrs. Richard B. Bayard, 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark, 

Mrs. N. G. Penniman, 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson, 

Mrs. Henry W. Rogers, 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright, 



Miss Mary Stickney Hall, 

Mrs. J. Thomson Mason, 

Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins, 

Mrs. John Ridgely of Hampton, 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard, 

Miss Ida S. Brent, 

Mrs. J. Pembroke Thorn, 

Mrs. Albert W. Sioussat, 

Mrs. E. Plowden Jenkins, 

Miss Virginia King, 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett, 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan, 

Mrs. Francis T, Redwood, 

Mrs. Samuel Chew, 

Miss Elizabeth Manigault Morris, 

Miss Elizabeth H. Stokes, 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes, 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney, 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman, 

Mrs. George T. M. Gibson, 

Miss EHzabeth Chew Williams, 

Mrs. J. D. Iglehart, 

Mrs. William Rejmolds, 

Miss Lilian Giflfen, 

Mrs. Wm. Kennedy Cromwell, 

Mrs. Robert Goldsborough Henry, 

Mrs. William S. Powell, 

Mrs. Robert Garrett, 

Mrs. Ed. Athelstan Marshall. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



Mrs. von Kapff, 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford, 

Miss Dandridge, 



Mrs. Thomas Donaldson, 
Mrs. Charles Howard, 
Mrs. N. G. Penniman, 
Mrs. Joseph King. 



ADVISORY BOARD. 



Henry F. Thompson, 
Col. Charles Marshall, 
Douglas H. Thomas, 
Dr. Christopher Johnston, 
Henry W. Rogers, 



Charles D. Fisher, 
Arthur George Brown, 
Wm. Bowly Wilson, 
Judge Henry Stockbridge, 
Mendes Cohen. 



Dr. Christopher Johnston appointed Genealogist of the Maryland Society 
January 5, 1894. 



(vii) 



ELIGIBILITY LIST. 

Applicants for membership in the Society, when claiming descent 
from a Maryland ancestor, must show that the ancestor held one or 
more of the following offices : 

PROVINCIAL OFFICERS. 

Lords Proprietary. 

Governor. 

Deputy Governor. 

Secretary of the Province. 

Treasurer of Eastern and Western Shores. 

Provincial Councillors. 

Chancellor and Keeper of the Great Seal. 

Surveyor General. 

Rectors of Parishes after 1692, when the Church of England was 
established in Maryland. 

Commissioners of Land Office. 

High Sheriffs. 

Commanders of Counties. 

Commissioners appointed by " Council of State " of Commonwealth 
of England, and Commissioners appointed by their authority for govern- 
ing the Province. 

Commissioners on Boundaries between Provinces. 

Mayor of St. Mary's. 

Mayor of Annapolis. 

Collector of Customs. 

ASSEMBLIES, CONVENTIONS AND COMMITTEES. 

Members of Provincial Assembly. 

Members of Congress, 1754 and 1765. 

Members of Maryland Conventions and Council of Safety. 

Members of Committees of Correspondence and Observation. 

Members of Continental Congress, 1774-1776. 

Signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

Signers of Maryland Declaration of Independence, July 3, 1776. 

JUDICIARY. 

Attorney General. 
Judge of the Court of Admiralty. 
Justices or Judges of Provincial Courts. 
Justices or Commissioners of the Peace. 
Register High Court of Chancery. 

MILITARY OR NAVAL. 

Commissioned Officers of the Regular Provincial or Colonial Military 
or Naval Forces. 

Founders of King WiUiam's School. 

Services rendered after July 5, 1776, not recognized except as supple- 
mentary. 

Applicants having ancestry in another State than Maryland will be 
admitted into the Maryland Society upon the Eligibility List of such 
other Society. 

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LIST OF MEMBERS. 

The names of deceased members are preceded by an asterisk (*). 

ABEL, MRS. JOHN J. (Mary Hinman). 
By right of descent from 
Samuel Symonds, Richard Treat, 

John Steele, John Webster. 

ABELL, MRS. EDWIN FRANKLIN (Elizabeth Maxwell Laurenson). 
By right of descent from Charles Carroll, 
William Brent, Edward Digges, 

William Digges, Henry Darnall, 

Sir Dudley Digges, Henry Sewall, 

Benjamin Rozer, Clement Hill, Jr., 

Giles Brent, Thomas Notley. 

ADAMS, MRS. GILMER S. (Lettie Robinson). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 

ALEXANDER, MRS. JAMES WALLACE (Cora Luckett). 

By right of descent from William Luckett, 
Valentine Peyton, Francis Peyton. 

* ALLEN, MRS. ETHAN (Eliza Clagett). 
By right of descent from Augustine Herman, 
James Frisby, Judge John Brice, 

Dr. Charles Carroll, Zachariah Maccubbin, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Colonel Philemon Lloyd. 

ALLISON, MRS. JAMES EEIN (Jeanie Bass). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Clagett, John Dorsey. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

AMOS, MISS JOSEPHINE PARRY. 

By right of descent from Daniel Williamson, 
Walter Martin, John Buckley, 

Samuel Garrett, William Garrett, 

George Harlan, Rev. Thomas Dungan, 

Joseph Fell, William Amos. 

ANTHONY, MRS. JAMES (Mary Josephine Nougues). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Todd, Captain Thomas Todd, II, 

Captain John Dorsey, Hon. Caleb Dorsey. 

ARMSTRONG, MRS. CHARLES DORSEY (Lida Campbell Leib). 
By right of descent from William Barton, 
Captain William Barton, Governor William Stone, 

Captain Robert Henley, John Stone, 

Colonel John Courts, Lieut.-Col. Wm, Russell, 

General William Russell, John Courts. 

ARMSTRONG, MRS. GEORGE ALLEN (Mary Scott Moxley). 
By right of descent from Ninian Beall, 
Joseph Belt, Samuel Magruder, 

Thomas Clagett, I, Thomas Clagett, II. 

ARMSTRONG, MRS. JOHN McMILLAN (Martha Turnley). 
By right of descent from Cornelius Howard. 



ARMSTRONG, MISS MARY HUGHES. 
By right of descent from Colonel John Armstrong, 
Brant A. Van Schlichtenhorst, Col. Peter Schuyler, 
Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler, Col. Robert Livingston, 
Col. Henry Beekman, II, Col. Henry Beekman. 



LIST OF MEMBERS, 

* ATKINSON, MRS. ISAAC EDMONDSON (Virginia Duval). 

By right of descent from Thomas Hawkins. 

ATKINSON, MRS. ROBERT (Laura Robinson). 
By right of descent from 
Charles Willson Peale, John Brewer. 

ATKINSON, MRS. WALTER W. (Ellen Blackman). 
By right of descent from Captain John Dent. 

BAKER, MRS. JOSHUA G. (Mary Monroe). 
By right of descent from David Polk, 
William Winder, Col. John Winder. 

BALL, MISS ALICE WORTHINGTON. 

By right of descent from Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Captain Joshua Dorsey, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Colonel Nicholas Greenberry, Col. John Worthington. 

BARRET, MRS. ALEXANDER GALT (Ellen Robinson). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 



BARTLETT, MRS. J. KEMP (Mary Garrett Dixon). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Marsh, Samuel Garrett, 

William Amos, John Williamson, 

William Garrett, Walter Martin, 

Daniel Williamson, Thomas Paschall, 

Thomas Paschall, Jr., William Jenkins. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

BASS, MRS. JOHN M. (Mary Wharton Berry). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Clagett, John Dorsey. 

BATEMAN, MRS. JAMES M. H. (Elizabeth Tench Goldsborough). 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, I, Richard Tilghman, II, 
Hon. Matthew Tilghman, Tench Tilghman, 
Edward Lloyd, I, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Nicholas Goldsborough, 

Tench Francis, James Tilghman, 

James Lloyd, Robert Grundy, 

Foster Turbutt, Michael Turbutt, 

Seth Foster, William Thomas. 

BATRE, MISS ADELE MARIE. 

By right of descent from 

Colonel John Addison, Col. Thomas Addison, 

Hon. Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Colonel Samuel Young, Hon. Richard Young, 

Hon. Daniel Dulany, Hon. Walter Dulany, 

Hon. Richard Grafton, Hon. Henry Morgan. 

BATRE, MRS. ALFRED (Hortense Addison). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel John Addison, Colonel Thomas Addison, 

Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Colonel Samuel Young, Hon. Daniel Dulany, 

Walter Dulany, Richard Grafton. 

*BAUGHMAN, MRS. JOHN WILLIAM (Mary Jane Jamison). 
By right of descent from Governor Robert Brooke, 
Captain James Neale, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Governor William Digges, Henry Sewall. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



BAYARD, MISS ELLEN HOWARD. 

By right of descent from 



Col. John Eager Howard, 
John Chew, 
Samuel Chew, 
Samuel Chew, M. D., 
Benjamin Chew, 
Rev. Thomas Airey, 
Captain Edmund Scarburgh, 
Colonel Edmund Scarburgh, 
Major-General John Custis, 



Colonel John Custis, 
Sir George Yeardley, 
Colonel Argall Yeardley, 
Lieut.-Col. John West, 
John Teackle, 
Charles Carroll, 
Colonel John Thompson, 
Augustine Herman, 
Colonel Henry Darnall. 



* BAYARD, MRS. RICHARD BASSETT (Ellen Howard) 

By right of descent from 
Col. John Eager Howard, John Chew, 
Samuel Chew, 
Benjamin Chew, 
Captain Edmund Scarburgh, 
Major-Gen. John Custis, 
Sir George Yeardley, 
Lieut.-Colonel John West, 



Samuel Chew, M. D., 
Rev. Thomas Airey, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Colonel John Custis, 
Colonel Argall Yeardley, 
John Teackle. 



BEALL, MRS. EDWARD SINCLAIR (Eliza Rebecca Winn). 
By right of descent from 



Joseph Winn, 
Timothy Winn, 
Daniel Dulany, I, 
Daniel Dulany, H, 
Richard Smith, 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 
Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 
William Bladen, 
Zachariah Maccubbin, 



Dr. Charles Carroll, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
Robert Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, 
Colonel John Dorsey, 
Captain Richard Hill, 
Nicholas Maccubbin, 
Caleb Dorsey, 
Caleb Dorsey, Jr. 



) LIST OF MEMBERS. 

BEANS, MRS. WILLIAM KNOX (Gertrude Moore). 
By right of descent from Captain Robert Henley, 
Honorable John Courts, Captain John Courts. 

*BEASTEN, MRS. CHARLES (Ella Bums). 
By right of descent from 
John Avery, Hercules Sheppeard, 

Simon Kollock, James Tybout. 

BECKWITH, MRS. FRANKLIN H. (Nannie Lawrence Kerfoot). 
By right of descent from 
Acting-Gov. Robert Brooke, Richard Smith, 
Major Thomas Brooke, Col. Walter Smith, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, William Murdock, 

Colonel John Addison, I, Colonel Joseph Sim, 

Colonel Thomas Addison, Roger Nelson. 

BELKNAP, MRS. CHARLES (Fanny Wheelwright). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Wheelwright, 
Captain James Davis, Col. John Wheelwright, 

Major Charles Frost, Samuel Wheelwright, 

Lieut.-Col. Wm. Pepperrell, Rev. John Wheelwright, 
Lieut. Pelatiah Whittemore, Jeremy Houchin. 

BELT, MRS. ALFRED McGILL (Ariana Teresa Trail). 
By right of descent from Major-General John Hammond. 

BERKLEY, MRS. HENRY J. (Ella Linthicum). 

By right of descent from 
Lieutenant David Stewart, Cornelius Howard, 
Captain Thomas Stockett, Richard Wells, 
Captain Richard Harwood, Col. Nicholas Gassaway, 
Captain Thomas Besson, William Bowie, 

Hon. Thomas Sprigg, Colonel Thomas Sprigg. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

BERRY, MRS. THORNTON GRANVILLE (Mamie Kowalski). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Augustine Herman, James Sandelands, 
Lieutenant Thomas Sprigg, Casperus Herman, 
Joseph Belt, Ephraim A. Herman, 

Ninian Beall, Thomas Sprigg, Sr., 

John Nuthall, Edward Sprigg. 

BIGELOW, MRS. JOHN (Mary Dallam). 
By right of descent from 
Carter Braxton, Robert Carter, 

Richard Corbin, William Ball, 

William Churchill, Nathaniel Harrison, 

John Armistead, John Walker. 

*BIRCKHEAD, MRS. JAMES, JR. (Elizabeth Macaulay). 
By right of descent from Lieut.-Col. Joseph Thornburgh. 

*BIRKMAIER, MRS. GEORGE LEWIS (Elizabeth Green Davey). 
By right of descent from 
Samuel Chew, John Chew, 

Benjamin Chew, Dr. Thomas Wynne. 

BISPHAM, MRS. HENRY COLLIER (Ida Tilghman Lowry). 
By right of descent from 
Richard Tilghman, I, Richard Tilghman, II, 

Hon. Matthew Tilghman, Edward Lloyd, I, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Captain James Neale, 

Robert Grundy, James Lloyd, 

Tench Francis, Foster Turbutt. 

BLACK, MRS. BRYAN (Henrietta Kingsley Hutton Cummings). 
By right of descent from Edmund Howard. 



5 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

* BLACK, MRS. CHARLES H. (Elizabeth Merryman). 
By right of descent from John Merryman, 
Captain Darby Lux, Colonel Darby Lux, 

Dr. George Buchanan, Hon. James Saunders. 

BLACK, MRS. G. W. Z. (Mary Briscoe Pigman). 
By right of descent from 
John Hanson, Samuel Hanson. 

♦BLACKFORD, MRS. EUGENE (Rebecca Chapman Gordon). 
By right of descent from William Biddle, I, 
Colonel Clement Biddle, Hon. Gideon Cornell, 

Colonel William Fitzhugh, William Freeborn, 
Gideon Freeborn, Thomas Hazard, 

George Lawton, Robert Owen. 

* BLACKISTON, MRS. A. HOOTON (Elizabeth Price Smith Pearre). 
By right of descent from Richard Smith, 
Colonel Walter Smith, Walter Smith, Jr., 

Dr. Clement Smith, Richard Hall, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Colonel William Burgess, Act'g-Gov. Robt. Brooke, 
Major Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Price, Capt. John Worthington. 

BLAKE, MRS. FRANCIS BARRON (Sallie E. Spencer). 

By right of descent from Jervis Spencer, 

Isaac Spencer, Capt. Cornelius Comegys, 

William Comegys, Augustine Herman, 

Colonel John Thompson, Augustine Thompson, 

Dowdall Thompson, John Thompson, 

John Salter, John Baldwin, 

Colonel John Baldwin, Thomas Hynson, 

Colonel John Hynson, James Smith, 

Dr. William Murray, Robert Brooke, 

Roger Brooke, William Carmichael, 

Captain James Neale, Francis Hutchins, 

Charles Downes, Ralph Hawkins. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 9 

BLOEDORN, MRS. WALTER ANDREW (Ellen May Howard). 
By right of descent from 
Captain James Neale, Lieut. Anthony Neale, 

Col. Nehemiah Blakiston, Major John Wheeler, 

Dr. Thomas Gerard, Daniel Scott. 

BOLLING, MRS. GEORGE MELVILLE (Irene Johnson). 

By right of descent from 
Benjamin Cave, Nathaniel Pope. 

BOLLING, MRS. ROLFE EMERSON (Annie Stuart Litchfield). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel William Randolph, William Pannill, III, 
William Randolph, Peter Beverly. 

BOND, MISS CHRISTIANA. 
By right of descent from John Bond, 
Col. Christopher Birckhead, Capt. Tobias Stansbury, 
Major-Gen. John Hammond, John Edmondson, 
Walter Dickinson, Col. William Hammond, 

Captain Thomas Todd, Major Thomas Emerson. 

BOND, MRS. HUGH LENNOX, JR. (Jessie Van Rensselaer Beale). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Wainwright, 
Casparus Couyn, Casparus Couyn, II. 

BOND, MISS ISABEL MORRIS. 

By right of descent from John Bond, 
Col. Christopher Birckhead, Capt. Tobias Stansbury, 
Major-Gen. John Hammond, John Edmondson, 
Walter Dickinson, Col. William Hammond, 

Captain Thomas Todd, Major Thomas Emerson. 

BOONE, MISS ELIZABETH. 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Thomas Courtney, 
Major John Wheeler, Daniel Scott. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



BORDLEY, MRS. JAMES, JR. (Margaretta Carroll HoUyday). 

By right of descent from 

Col. Thomas Hollyday, George Robins, 

Captain James Neale, Richard Tilghman Earle, 

Nicholas Goldsborough, Col. Tench Tilghman, 

Colonel Edward Lloyd, Matthew Tilghman, 

Hon. James Frisby, Robert Grundy. 

BOSWELL, MRS. T. STEPTOE (Caroline Lee Whitehead). 

By right of descent from 
Richard Lee, Hancock Lee, 

William Kendall, William Ball, 

Joseph Ball, Edwin Conway, 

David Fox, Rodham Kenner, 

Richard Hull, Salvator Muscoe. 



BOWIE, MISS IDA HILL. 

By right of descent from 



Clement Hill, Jr., 
Colonel Henry Darnall, 
Sir Dudley Digges, 
Deputy-Gov. Giles Brent, 
Captain Thomas Clagett, 



Richard Snowden, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 
Governor Robert Brooke, 
Gov. Richard Bennett. 



BOWIE, MISS VIRGINIA BERKLEY. 
By right of descent from 



Allen Bowie, 
Captain Fielder Bowie, 
Hon. Robert Brooke, 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Colonel Thomas Brooke, 
Major Thomas Brooke, Jr., 
Colonel John Dorsey, 
Rev. John Eversfield, 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Colonel Thomas Dent, 



Captain James Neale, 
Roger Brooke, 
Michael Taney, 
Richard Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Thomas Hilleary, 
Thomas Gantt, 
Thomas Gantt, H, 
James Berry, 
William Berry. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. II 

BOWLES, MRS. THOMAS H. (Louise Cunningham). 
By right of descent from Richard Cocke. 

BOWMAN, MRS. BORDEN (Mary Couper Proudfit). 
By right of descent from James Logan. 

BOYD, MRS. ALLEN RICHARDS (Jane Hall Maulsby Ritchie). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Ninian Beall, Colonel William Burgess, 

Captain Thomas Clagett, James Edmondstone, 

David Lynn, Act'g-Gov. Robt. Brooke, 

Major Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Brooke, 

Thomas Dent, Alexander Contee. 

BOYLE, MISS SIDNEY EMELINE. 
By right of descent from 
Christopher Gist, Captain Richard Gist. 

BRADENBAUGH, MRS. H. B. (Nannie Beard Neal). 
By right of descent from Captain Richard Wells, 
Thomas Sprigg, Captain Thomas Stockett. 

BRENT, MISS IDA S. 

By right of descent from Captain George Brent, 
Hon. Florentius Seymour, Joshua Doyne, 
Captain James Neale, Cuthbert Fenwick, 

Honorable Henry Sewall, Col. Ignatius Fenwick, 

Colonel Jesse Wharton, Michael Taney, 

Colonel Edward Dorsey, Gov. Robert Brooke, 

John Lawrence, Roger Brooke, 

Jonathan Hager, Honorable John Pile. 

BREWSTER, MRS. BENJAMIN HARRIS (Elizabeth Wills Baugh). 
By right of descent from 
Samuel Levis, Samuel Levis, Jr., 

Captain James Hunter, Captain John Davis. 



12 LIST OF MEMBERS, 

BROOKE, MRS. JOHN (Esther Willing Brooke). 
By right of descent from 
Captain James Hunter, Capt. Benjamin Brooke. 

BROWN, MRS. ARTHUR GEORGE (Mary Elizabeth Alricks). 
By right of descent from 
Peter Alricks, Honorable John Forbes. 

BROWN, MRS. CHARLES B. (Eleanor Devereux Hunter). 
By right of descent from James Avery. 

* BROWN, IVnSS LIZINKA CAMPBELL. 
By right of descent from 
William Bladen, Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 

Thomas Polk, Philemon Hawkins. 

BROWNE, DR. MARY NICHOLSON. 
By right of descent from 
Captain James Neale, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Henry Sewall, Robert Brooke, 

Governor Richard Bennett, Richard Hall, 
Major Thomas Brooke, Colonel Henry Lowe, 

Major James Ringgold, Major Thomas Ringgold. 

BROWNE, MRS. SAMUEL TRACY (Mary Wheelwright). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Wheelwright, 
Captain James Davis, Col. John Wheelwright, 

Major Charles Frost, Col. Sam'l Wheelwright, 

Lieut.-Col. Wm. Pepperrell, Rev. John Wheelwright, 
Lieut. Pelatiah Whittemore, Jeremy Houchin. 

BRUCE, MRS. EDWIN (Alice de Yturbide Quisenbury). 

By right of descent from 
General Uriah Forrest, George Plater, 

Hon. George Plater, Governor George Plater, 

John Rousby, I, John Rousby, H. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 1 3 

BRYAN, MRS. CHARLES B. (Anna Semmes). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Green. 



* BUCHANAN, MISS ESTHER SIDNEY. 
By right of descent from 
Colonel William Buchanan, John Smith, 
Samuel Smith, James Calhoun, 

Richard Gist, Dabney Carr, 

Colonel Peter Jefferson, Capt. Thomas Jefferson, 

Christopher Branch, Major Peter Field, 

Henry Soane, Col. Isham Randolph, 

William Randolph, Captain Henry Isham. 



BUCHANAN, MRS. ROBERDEAU (Lyla M. Peters). 
By right of descent from 
William Peters, Dr. Edward Johnson. 

BULKLEY, MRS. LOUIS CARLETON (Caroline Kemper). 

By right of descent from Colonel Richard Ewen, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Benjamin Lawrence, 

Lieutenant Nicholas Hobbs, Samuel Ov/ings. 

BURLESON, MRS. ALBERT SIDNEY (Adele Steiner). 
By right of descent from Colonel Richard Colegate. 

BURROW, MRS. NICHOLAS TRIGANT (Emily Sherwood Bryan). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Pattison, Anthony Le Compte. 

BUTLER, MRS. FREDERICK E. (Lilla Mundy). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Clagett. 



14 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

CALVERT, MRS. CHARLES BALTIMORE (Eleanor Mackubin). 
By right of descent from 

Zachariah Maccubbin, Nicholas Maccubbin, 

Dr. Charles Carroll, Captain James Neale, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain John Worthington, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, William Fitzhugh (Md.), 

Colonel Richard Lee, I, Colonel Richard Lee, II, 

Henry Corbin, Daniel Dulany, I, 

Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Colonel George Mason, I, Colonel George Mason, II, 

Colonel Gerard Fowke, Nicholas Worthington, 

John Brewer, Col. William Fitzhugh. 

CAMAK, MISS M. ANNIE. 
By right of descent from John Ogden. 

* CAMPBELL, MRS. DUNCAN (Ella Calvert). 
By right of descent from Governor Charles Calvert, 
Honorable Benedict Calvert, Colonel James Martin. 

CAMPBELL, MRS. JOHN PEARCE (Mary Boyd Faulkner). 

By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Morgan, Captain David Hunter. 

CAMPBELL, MRS. LAFAYETTE E. (Margaret Lynde Dent), 
By right of descent from Thomas Dent, 
Colonel William Dent, Peter Dent. 

CANBY, MISS LAURA. 
By right of descent from Thomas Canby, 
William Biles (Byles), Thomas Yardley, 

John Woolston, I, John Woolston, II. 

CARRIER, MRS. ROBERT MOORHEAD (Alice Bridgeford). 

By right of descent from 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough. 



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CARTER, MISS MARY COLES. 
By right of descent from Colonel John Carter, 
Robert Carter Nicholas, Hon. Robert Carter, 

Colonel Edward Hill, Hon. John Carter, 

Colonel Miles Cary, John Armistead, 

Colonel Miles Cary, U, Colonel Wilson Cary. 



CARY, MISS JANE MARGARET. 

By right of descent from Colonel Wilson Miles Cary. 



Colonel Wilson Cary, 
Colonel Miles Cary, I, 
Colonel William Wilson, 
Honorable John Blair, 
Dabney Carr, 

Captain Thomas Jefferson, 
Major Peter Field, 
Col. Thos. Mann Randolph, 
Colonel Thomas Randolph, 
Colonel Richard Randolph, 
Captain Henry Isham, 
Hon. Matthew Page, 
Hon. Ralph Wormley, I, 
Hon. John Armistead, 
Colonel Robert Boiling, I, 
John Rolfe, 
John Smith, 



Colonel Miles Cary, H, 
Archibald Cary, 
Captain Thomas Taylor, 
Archibald Blair, 
Col. Peter Jefferson, 
Christopher Branch, 
Henry Soane, 
Col. William Randolph, 
Isham Randolph, 
William Randolph, 
Hon. Mann Page, I, 
Colonel John Page, 
Hon. Ralph Wormley, II, 
Major John Boiling, 
Lieutenant Thomas Rolfe, 
Richard Kennon, 
Samuel Smith. 



*CARY, MRS. WILSON MILES (Jane Margaret Carr). 
By right of descent from Dabney Carr, 



Colonel Peter Jefferson, 
Christopher Branch, 
Henry Soane, 
William Randolph, 
John Smith, 



Capt. Thomas Jefferson, 
Major Peter Field, 
Isham Randolph, 
Captain Henry Isham, 
Samuel Smith. 



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CATCHINGS, MRS. OLIVER WHITEHEAD (Grayson Wendling). 
By right of descent from George Saughier. 

*CATOR, MISS ELIZABETH PATTISON. 

By right of descent from 
Anthony Lecompte, Moses Lecompte, 

Captain Henry Hooper, Henry Hooper, 

Roger Woolford, Colonel Roger Woolford, 

Thomas Woolford, Bartholomew Ennalls, 

William Stevens, John Stevens, 

Michael Brooke, Dr. John Brooke. 

CATOR, MRS. JAMES H. (Jeanie Bayly). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Richard Bayly, Col. Edmund Scarburgh. 

CHATARD, MRS. THOMAS M. (Eleanor Addison Williams). 
By right of descent from 

Colonel John Addison, Richard Smith, 

Dr. George Buchanan, Richard Treat, 

Colonel John Dorsey, Capt. Thomas Tasker, 

Major John Howell, Col. Joseph Williams, 

Michael Miller, Capt. Stephen Williams. 

CHEATHAM, MRS. RICHARD (Emma Berry). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Clagett, John Dorsey. 

CHEEK, MRS. LESLIE (Mabel Wood). 
By right of descent from Col. Nicholas Gassaway, 
Capt. Thomas Besson, Capt. John Worthington. 

CHILDS, MRS. SAMUEL B. (Anne Maria Starling). 
By right of descent from Thomas Todd. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. I7 

CHRISTOPHER, MRS. JOHN G. (Henrietta Shoemaker). 

By right of descent from 
Lieut. Thomas Shoemaker, Captain Henry Herter, 
Lieut. Hansyoost Herkimer, Colonel Richard Colegate. 



CLARK, MISS ANNA E. BLACKWELL. 

By right of descent from 
Colonel William Ball, Capt. William Ball, Jr., 

Major James Ball, Colonel James Ball, 

Colonel Joseph Ball, Colonel Richard Lee, 

Hancock Lee, Colonel William Kendall, 

Lieut.-Col. John Walker, George Heale. 



CLARK, MISS ELIZABETH KETTLE. 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Hynson, Colonel John Hynson, 

Captain John Hynson, John Stoop, 

Augustine Herman, Col. John Thompson. 



CLARK, MRS. FRANK P. (Mary Maben). 
By right of descent from Governor Alexander Spotswood, 
Bernard Moore, William Aylett, I, 

William Aylett, H, Col. William Dandridge, 

Governor John West, Colonel John West, 

Colonel Nathaniel West, Major Joseph Croshaw. 



CLARKE, MRS. ADDISON DOWNING (Eugenia Goldsborough Airey). 
By right of descent from Robert Goldsborough, 
Charles Goldsborough, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 

Dr. John Brooke, Michael Brooke, 

Michael Turbutt, Foster Turbutt. 

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l8 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

CLARKE, MRS. HENRY F. (Belle Taylor). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel James Taylor, Isaac Allerton, II, 

Colonel Richard Lee, I, Elder William Brewster, 

Hancock Lee, Capt. Thos. Willoughby, 

Isaac Allerton, Capt. Wm. D. Strother. 

CLARKE, MRS. HENRY LOVE (Frances Halsey Taylor). 

By right of descent from 
Theodore Trezevant, Levi Durand, 

Arthur Fenner, William Harris, 

William Arnold, Richard Waterman, 

William Carpenter, Edward Smith. 

COLCOCK, MRS. CHARLES J. (Patti Lee Hay). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Gantt, IV, Thomas Greenfield, 

Colonel John Smith, James Trueman, 

John Hance, James John Mackall, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Francis Hutchins, 

Colonel John Mackall, Judge William Smith. 

COLE, MRS. ALAN (Aida Campbell White). 
By right of descent from 
Gen. Otho H. Williams, Hon. William Smith, 

John Teackle, Colonel John Custis, 

Major-Gen. John Custis, Col. Ed. Scarborough, 

Capt. Edmund Scarborough, Col. Argall Yeardley, 
Sir George Yeardley, Lieut.-Col. John West. 

COLE, MRS. WHITEFOORD RUSSELL (Mary Bass). 
By right of direct descent from 
Honorable John Dorsey, Captain Thomas Clagett. 

COLLIER, MISS ELIZABETH G. 

By right of descent from Colonel Thomas Cresap. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. I9 

COLLIER, MISS LUCY A. 

By right of descent from Colonel Thomas Cresap. 

COLVIN, MRS. ALEXANDER B. (Sarah Lightfoot Tarleton). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Philip Lightfoot, George Reade, 

Lieut. Philip Lightfoot, Henry Corbin, 

John Lewis, John Taliaferro, 

Col. Charles Lewis, Augustine Warner, Jr. 

COMBS, MRS. DANIEL (Elizabeth Donnell Tilghman). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Thomas Sprigg, Colonel Richard Lee, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Captain James Neale, 

Sir George Yeardley, Col. Ed. Scarburgh, 

Major-Gen. John Custis, Henry Corbin, 

Colonel Richard Tilghman, Gerrit Van Sweringen. 

COMEGYS, MRS. JOSEPH PARSONS (Eliza Virginia Thompson). 
By right of descent from James Saunders, 
Darby Lux, Daniel Bowly. 

CONANT, MRS. WILLIAM S. (Frances Elizabeth Wendling). 
By right of descent from George Saughier, 
Philip Jones, Jr., Thomas Jones. 

CONLEY, MRS. CHARLES H. (Helen Baughman). 
By right of descent from 
Anthony Neale, Captain James Neale, 

Hon. William Digges, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Sir Dudley Digges, Henry Sewall, 

Baker Brooke, Gov. Robert Brooke, 

Roger Brooke, Major William Boarman, 

Gov. Leonard Calvert, Sir George Calvert. 



20 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

CONRAD, MRS. LAWRENCE LEWIS (Sallie Howard Worthington). 
By right of descent from Captain John Worthington, 
Thomas Tolley, Samuel Worthington, 

Colonel Walter Tolley, John Hammond. 

COOK, MRS. GEORGE HAMILTON (Jane James). 
By right of descent from 
James Claypoole, Ensign Thomas Savage, 

Captain John Savage, Captain Thomas Savage, 

Col. Nathaniel Littleton, Col. Southey Littleton, 

Lt.-Col. Nath. Littleton, Col. Obedience Robins, 

Thomas Harmanson, Major Edmund Bowman, 

Lt.-Col. William Andrews, Major William Andrews. 

* COOK, MRS. HARRY C. (Rosalie Dennis). 
By right of descent from 
Donnack Dennis, John Dennis. 

COOLEY, MRS. HOLLIS MOSELEY (Elizabeth Edloe Welboum). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Welburne, Anthony Armistead, 

William Armistead, Robert Ellyson, 

Matthew Edlowe, Jr., Matthew Edlowe, 

Henry Browne, William Browne, 

Thomas Purefoy, William Barrett. 

COOLIDGE, MRS. CHARLES AUSTIN (Sophie Wager Lowry). 

By right of descent from 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

Hon. Matthew Tilghman, Edward Lloyd, I, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Captain James Neale, 

Robert Grundy, Tench Francis. 

CORBUSIER, MRS. WILLIAM HENRY (Fanny Dunbar). 

By right of descent from John Hammond, 
Thomas Hammond, John Worthington. 



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CORKRAN, MRS. BENJAMIN WITHGOTT, JR. 
(Anna Matilda Lloyd). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Edward Lloyd, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Colonel James Lloyd, James Lloyd, 

Captain James Lloyd, William Burgess, 

Henry Sewall, Captain James Neale, 

Colonel James Frisby, Nicholas Sewall. 

* COTTMAN, MRS. J. HOUGH (Caroline Gary Chubb). 
By right of descent from Colonel Miles King, 
Captain Anthony Armistead, Captain Robert Ellyson. 

COULTER, MRS. G. ARCHIBALD (Mary Louisa Payne). 

By right of descent from Sir George Yeardley, 
Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Hon. Rice Hooe, 
Capt. Adam Thorowgood, Col. Henry Meese, 
William Edmonds, Richard Townshend. 

COX, MRS. LUTHER C. (Mary Hindman Perry Muse). 
By right of descent from 
William Perry, John Bozman, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Lieut.-Col. John West, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Col. Nicholas Lowe, 

Bartholomew Ennalls, Capt. William Leeds, 

Joseph Ennalls, Hon. John Leeds, Jr., 

Dr. John Brooke, Col. Thomas Bozman. 

*CRAGIN, MRS. CHARLES HARTWELL 
(Elizabeth Underwood Addison). 

By right of descent from 
Col. John Addison, Hon. Thomas Addison, 

Col. John Addison, II, Col. John Addison, III, 

Richard Smith, Col. Walter Smith, 

Richard Hall, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

Col. Gerard Fowke, Gerard Fowke. 



22 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

CRENSHAW, MISS FANNY GILMOR. 
By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Roger Brooke, Henry Hollingsworth, 

Valentine Hollingsworth, Francis Hutchins, 

Richard Snowden, James Neale, 

Philip Thomas, Nathaniel Bacon. 

CROMWELL, MRS. KENNEDY (Sally Bartow Small Franklin). 
By right of descent from 
Samuel Rhoads, James Latimer, 

Thomas Bartow, Capt. Jonas Simonds. 

CROSS, MRS. ARTHUR DUDLEY (Elsie Chapline Pheby). 

By right of descent from Captain Moses Chapline, 
John Bevan, Samuel Richardson. 

CROSS, MISS ELSIE HILTON. 

By right of descent from 
Captain Moses Chapline, Elder Wm. Wentworth, 

Governor John Winthrop, Captain John Leighton, 
Edward Hilton, Major Charles Frost, 

Governor Thomas Dudley, Captain William Gerrish, 
Lt.-Col. William Pepperrell, Major Richard Waldron. 

CROXALL, MRS. MORRIS LeGRAND (Agnes Browne). 
By right of descent from Henry Sherburne, 
John Brown, Lt. Jonathan Brown, 11, 

Robert Clement, Capt. Edward Stevens. 

CUSTIS, MISS ELIZA MARION. 

By right of descent from Captain Edmund Scarburgh, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

Col. William Whittington, Major-Gen. John Custis, 
Randall Revel, Edward Revel, 

Stephen Horsey, Colonel William Custis, 

Colonel John (!]ustis, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Colonel Tully Robinson, Thomas Parramore, 

Colonel George Douglas, Colonel John Wise. 



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CUSTIS, MISS SARAH HORSEY. 

By right of descent from 
Major-General John Custis, Colonel John Custis, 
Captain Adam Thorowgood, 
Colonel Edmund Scarburgh, 
Lieut.-Colonel John West, 
Colonel William Custis, 



Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Col. William Whittington, 
Colonel Tully Robinson, 
Stephen Horsey. 



CUSTIS, MRS. WILLIAM PARKE (Eliza S. Horsey). 
By right of descent from Stephen Horsey. 
Colonel William Custis, Edward Revell, 

Randall Revel, Thomas Parramore. 

DAMMANN, MRS. J. FRANCIS (Aileen B. Cowardin). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Lewis. 

DANDRIDGE, MISS ANNE SPOTSWOOD. 
By right of descent from 



Charles Goldsborough, I, 
Robert Goldsborough, I, 
Richard Tilghman, I, 
Colonel William Custis, 
Robert Grundy, 
Nicholas Greenberry, 
Walter Dickinson, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, 
Michael Brooke, 
John Moore, 

Nathaniel West Dandridge, 
General Adam Stephen, 
Nathaniel West, 
Governor John West, 



Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 
Richard Tilghman, II, 
James Lloyd, 
Edward Revel, I, 
James Neale, 
Samuel Dickinson, 
Joseph Ennalls, 
Dr. John Brooke, 
William Moore, 
Alexander S. Dandridge, 
William Dandridge, 
Gov. Alex. Spotswood, 
Colonel John West, 
Major Joseph Croshaw. 



DANIEL, MISS ISABEL McCREERY. 

By right of descent from Major Edward Dorsey, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 



24 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

* DASHIELL, MISS AMANDA BELLE. 

By right of descent from 
James Dashiell, James Dashiell, III, 

Thomas Dashiell, Colonel George Dashiell. 

* DAVES, MISS JENNIE HAYWOOD. 

By right of descent from 
Captain John Daves, Colonel William Eaton. 

DAVIDSON, MRS. H. BRADLEY (Mary Stanard Porter). 
By right of descent from William Porter. 

DAVIDSON, MRS. JOHN (Georgia Henderson). 
By right of descent from 
John King, Henry Moore. 

DA VIES, MRS. JOSEPH E. (Emlen Knight). 
By right of descent from Thomas Hynson, 
Colonel John Hynson, Captain John Hynson, 

Colonel John Thompson, Augustine Herman. 

DAVIS, MRS. FREDERICK HENRY (Nellie Clarkson). 
By right of descent from Robert McPherson, 
Governor Samuel Ogle, Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 

Captain Thomas Tasker, William Bladen. 

DAVIS, MISS MARY DORSEY. 
By right of descent from 
Hon. William Burgess, Capt. Edward Burgess, 

Robert Ridgely, Richard Warfield, 

Hon. John Dorsey, Allen Bowie, Jr., 

Captain Richard Hill, William Wilkins, Jr., 

Colonel Samuel Chew, Capt. John Worthington, 

Capt. Cornelius Howard, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 



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* DENMAN, MRS. H. B. (Mary Barbara Young). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Benjamin Young, Colonel Benjamin Rozer, 
Honorable Thomas Notley, Cuthbert Fenwick, 
Captain James Neale, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Colonel William Digges, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Governor Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke. 

DENNIS, MRS. ARCHIBALD RUSSELL (Elizabeth Esbell Owings). 
By right of descent from Thomas Johnson, 
Thomas Jennings, Samuel Young, 

Jasper Yeates, James Saunders. 

DENNIS, MRS. GEORGE R. (Mary Worthington McGill). 

By right of descent from Captain Thomas Crabb, 
Henry Sewall, Col. William Burgess, 

Richard Hall, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Thomas Dent, Francis Hutchins, 

Richard Smith, Robert Brooke, 

Captain John Worthington, Zachariah Maccubbin, 
Colonel Walter Smith, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Walter Smith, 

Colonel Thomas Price, Dr. Clement Smith. 

DEVEREUX, MRS. J. RYAN (Annie L. Sinnott). 

By right of descent from Kenelm Winslow, 
Major Edward Winslow, John Vincent, 

Tristram Coffin, Thomas Mayhew, 

Capt. Richard Hunnewell, Rev. Stephen Bacheler, 
Lieut. William Rogers, William Almy. 

DICKINSON, MRS. HENRY (Ida Hamilton Thompson). 
By right of descent from Captain Cornelius Howard, 
Major Edward Dorsey, Henry Howard, 

Capt. Humphrey Boone, I, Gerrit Van Sweringen, 
Capt. Humphrey Boone, H, Capt. Thos. Swearingen, 
Major William Morgan, Lawrence Thompson. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



* DONALDSON, MRS. THOMAS (Mary Elizabeth Pickering). 
By right of descent from 
John Dorsey, Timothy Pickering, 

Richard Hill, John Hammond. 

DONALSON, MRS. WALTER PERCY (Louise Chamberlaine Young). 
By right of descent from Colonel William Burgess, 



Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
Elder William Brewster, 
George Robins, 
Jesse Young, 



Capt. John Worthington, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Richard Tilghman, 
Elisha Warfield, 
Hon. Sam'l Chamberlaine, 
Capt. Cornelius Howard, 
Col. Samuel Chew. 



*DONNELL, MRS. WILLIAM (Mary Elizabeth Sprigg). 
By right of descent from 



John Nuthall, 
Colonel Thomas Sprigg, 
Joseph Sprigg, 
Colonel Joseph Belt, 
Colonel Richard Lee, H, 
Henry Corbin, 



Thomas Sprigg, 
Osborn Sprigg, 
Colonel Ninian Beall, 
Colonel Richard Lee, I, 
Philip Lee, 
Major Ignatius Taylor. 



DOOLAN, MRS. JOHN C. (Katherine Churchill Clark). 
By right of descent from 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, Henry Ridgely, IH. 



DORSEY, MRS. DANIEL B. 

By right of descent 
Alexander Beardsley, 
Edmund Freeman, 
Edward Carter, 
John Woolston, 
John Woolston, 11, 
William Wood, 
Thomas Budd, 



(Elizabeth Stockton Whitelock). 

from Isaac Whitelock, 
William Warner, 
William Bassett, 
Robert Carter, 
William Cooper, 
Richard Stockton, 
Francis Collins, 
Francis Sprague. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 2/ 

DORSEY, MISS ELLA LORAINE. 

By right of descent from Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
John Hanson, Samuel Hanson, 

George Lingan, Capt. John Worthington, 

Joshua Dorsey, Thomas Todd, 

Lancelot Todd, Cornelius Howard, 

Henry Howard, Samuel Hanson, of Sam'l, 

Walter Story, Thomas Lingan, 

Rev. Thomas Cockshutt, Zachariah Maccubbin. 

DORSEY, MISS LAURA LEE. 
By right of descent from Colonel John Dorsey, 
Captain Richard Hill, Colonel George Mason, 

Benjamin Chew, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

John Hammond, Gerard Fowke, 

Dr. William Murray Rev. Daniel Maynadier, I, 

of Chestertown, Capt. John Worthington. 

DRANE, MRS. WILLIAM, JR. (Mary Stacker Luckett). 

By right of descent from William Luckett, 
Valentine Peyton, Francis Peyton. 

DRAYTON, MRS. CHARLES DE VERE (Irma Briscoe Eliason). 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Luke Barber, Philip Briscoe, 

Samuel Hanson, Robert Yates. 

DUFFY, MRS. EDWARD (Chloe Tyler Sams). 
By right of descent from 
Philip Johnson, James Bray, 

John Gookin, Edward Moseley, 

Edward Hack Moseley, Miles Gary, 

William Bassett, Robert Higginson, 

Lewis Burwell, Thomas Taylor. 



28 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

DUGAN, MRS. HAMMOND (Agnes Berry Markoe). 

By right of descent from Benjamin Chew, 
John Goldsborough, Tench Francis, 

^Michael Turbutt, Tristram Thomas, 

Foster Turbutt, WilHam Perry, 

John Bozm.an, Robert Goldsborough. 



* DUKE, MRS. BASIL (Henrietta Morgan). 

By right of descent from 
Thomas Hazard, Lieutenant Ralph Hunt, 

Jonathan Hazard, Lt.-Col. Abraham Hunt, 

Captain Richard Betts, Robert Pearson. 



*DUNN, MRS. HERBERT 0. (Bessie Amanda Webb). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant John Knapp. 

DUVAL, MISS MARY REBECCA. 

By right of descent from John Duval, 
Marsh jMareen Duval, Rev. Henr}' Hall, 

Benjamin Hall, Major John Welsh. 



DUVALL, MRS. RICHARD MAREEN (Juliana Webster Goldsborough). 
By right of descent from 

Robert Goldsborough, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, Nicholas Worthington, 

Charles Goldsborough, Bartholomew Ennalls, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Thomas Worthington, 

Michael Brooke, Capt. John Worthington, 

Joseph Ennalls, John Thomas Schley, 

Lt. George Jacob Schley, Capt. Charles Griffith, 

Dr. John Brooke, David Shriver. 



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EARLE, MISS MARY ISABEL. 

By right of descent from 
James Earle, Richard Tilghman Earle, 

Dr. Richard Tilghman, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

Richard Tilghman, III, James Tilghman, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Col. Philemon Lloyd, 

James Lloyd, Captain James Neale, 

Samuel Chamberlaine, Peregrine Frisby, 

Thomas Ringgold, Major William Ringgold, 

Simon Wilmer, Kinsey Johns. 

EARLY, MRS. ALEXANDER R. (Frances Elder Moale). 

By right of descent from 
John Moale, Maj .-Gen. Jno. Hammond, 

John Moale, II, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 

EBERLY, MRS. WILLIAM VAN METER (Neva Henrietta KeUy). 
By right of descent from Colonel Pierre Chaille. 

ELLICOTT, MRS. FRANCIS (Mary Handy). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Wynne, Lieut. Philip Thomas, 

Capt. Francis Hutchins, Colonel Isaac Handy, 

Evan Thomas, William Winder. 

ELLIOTT, MRS. GEORGE F. (Annie Badger). 
By right of descent from Thomas Forrest. 

ELLIOTT, MRS. LILY TYSON (Lily Tyson). 
By right of descent from Acting-Governor Robert Brooke, 
Captain James Neale, Capt. Francis Hutchins, 

Thomas Janney, William Biles, 

Thomas Yardley, Captain John Jolliffe, 

Valentine Hollingsworth, Henry Hollingsworth. 



30 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

ELLIOTT, MRS. THOMAS IRELAND (Corinne Bruce Vickers). 
By right of descent from Thomas Hynson, 
Colonel John Hynson, Rev. Stephen Bordley, 

Hon. Luke Barber, Col. Philip Briscoe. 

* EMORY, MRS. CAMPBELL D. (Clara Tilton). 
By right of descent from Edward Lloyd, I, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Edward Lloyd, H, 

Edward Lloyd, HI, Edward Lloyd, IV, 

Captain James Neale, John Rousby, I, 

John Rousby, H, Henry Morgan, 

Colonel William Tayloe, Colonel John Tayloe, I, 

Colonel John Tayloe, H, Henry Corbin, 

Honorable George Plater, Richard Woolman. 

EVERETT, MRS. LEONARD (Louise Elbert). 
By right of descent from Dr. William Elbert. 

FIELD, MISS MARGARET. 

By right of descent from 
Nicholas Harvey, Henry Field, Jr. 

FISHBURN, MRS. RANDOLPH (Louise Giffen). 

By right of descent from 

John Teackle, Pollard Edmondson. 

FISHER, MRS. CHARLES D. (Nannie Poultney Dorsey). 

By right of descent from Evan Thomas, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Philip Thomas, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, Captain Francis Hutchins, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel John Dorsey. 

FISHER, MRS. ELLICOTT (Mary Tyler). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Addison, 
Colonel Thomas Addison, Colonel John Addison, II. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 3I 

* FISHER, MRS. WILLIAM A, (Louise Este). 

By right of descent from 

Lieut. John Pengilly, Captain David Este. 

* FLOYD, MISS NANNIE TEACKLE. 
By right of descent from 
Charles Floyd, Colonel William Kendall, 

Colonel Obedience Robins, Col. Nathaniel Littleton, 
Alexander Stockley, Isaac Smith, 

Lieutenant John Sheppeard, Sir George Yeardley, 
Colonel Argall Yeardley, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

John Teackle, Thomas Teackle, 

Randall Revell, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Major-Gen. John Custis, Colonel John Custis. 

FORBES, MISS JANE DAWSON. 

By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Richard Smith, Walter Smith, 

Walter Smith, Jr., Richard Hall, 

Henry Sewall, William Burgess, 

Thomas Brooke, Nicholas Sewall. 

FOX, MRS. ANDREW FULLER (Anetta Scott). 
By right of descent from Rev. Thomas Cradock, 
Dr. John Cradock, John Risteau. 

FRANKLIN, MRS. CHARLES MAYER (Annie B. Wetherill). 
By right of descent from Christopher Wetherill, 
Lieut. Richard Stockton, Captain Jacob Morgan. 

FRANKLIN, MRS. FABIAN (Christine Ladd). 

By right of descent from William Phelps, 
Capt. Samuel Marshall, Edward Griswold, 

Honorable John Gilman, William Gaylord, 

Lieut. Roger Plaisted, Colonel John Plaisted. 



32 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

FRENCH, MRS. GEORGE WATSON (Clara Virginia Decker). 
By right of descent from Frederick Decker. 

FRENCH, MRS. GEORGE WATSON, II (Anna Elizabeth Decker). 
By right of descent from Frederick Decker. 

FRICK, MRS. DONALD JACKSON (Irene Stephens). 
By right of descent from 
Rev. Henry Nicols, Jacob Blount. 

FULLER, MRS. OLIVER CLYDE (Kate Fitzhugh Caswell). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel William Fitzhugh, Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Col. Wm. Fitzhugh (Md.), Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Captain Peregrine Frisby, Col. William Burgess. 

* FUNK, MRS. HENRY HUGHES (Eliza Chase Coale). 
By right of descent from 
Samuel Chase, Thomas Chase. 

GAITHER, MRS. THOMAS HENRY (Sophia Bland Mayo). 

By right of descent from 
Theoderick Bland, I, Gov. Richard Bennett, 

Colonel William Fitzhugh, Captain Henry Fitzhugh, 
Mordecai Cooke, I, Captain John Battaile. 

GAMBLE, MRS. ROBERT HOWARD (Angelica Robinson). 

By right of descent from 
John Brewer, Charles Willson Peale. 

GAMBRILL, MRS. CHARLES ALEXANDER (Marian Coleman). 
By right of descent from 
Robert Livingston, John Hall, 

William Beekman, Daniel Axtell, 

John Moore, H, Thomas Hooker, 

Charles Chauncey, Henry Wolcott, H, 

Stephen Hart, Thomas Willitt. 



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GARDINER, MRS. ASA BIRD (Mary Norcom Campbell). 

By right of descent from Richard Warren, 
Rev. John Lothrop, Lieut. Nathaniel Putnam, 

Samuel Lothrop, I, Samuel Lothrop, II, 

Samuel Lothrop, III, Cipt. Benjamin Putnam. 



6ARMENDIA, MRS. CARLOS G. 
By right of descent from 
Captain James Neale, 
Sir Warham St. Leger, 
Governor Edward Digges, 
Hon. Robert Brooke, 
Hon. John Pile, 
Gov. Leonard Calvert, 



de (Corinne Baughman). 

Anthony Neale, 
Sir Dudley Digges, 
Colonel William Digges, 
Roger Brooke, Sr., 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Hon. Baker Brooke, 
Major William Boarman. 



GARNETT, MRS. JAMES MERCER (Katharine Huntington Noland). 
By right of descent from 
William Powell, Leven Powell, 

Valentine Peyton, Burr Harrison. 

GARRETT, MRS. ROBERT (Katherine Barker Johnson). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

GARRETT, MRS. THOMAS HARRISON (Alice Dickenson Whitridge). 
By right of descent from Honorable John Gushing, 



Captain Roger Clapp, 
Judge John Tuttle, 
Col. Thomas Wallingford, 
Captain John Hall, 
Colonel John Hall, 
Hon. William Smith, 
Robert Buchanan, 
James Calhoun, 
Christopher Gist, 
Captain Richard Gist, 
Captain John Godfrey, 
Colonel John Godfrey, 
Hon. Jasper Yeates, 
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Hon. John Gushing, II, 
Hon. John Gushing, III, 
Colonel John Gushing, 
Captain John Thaxter, 
Col. Josias Carvill Hall, 
Edward Beadle, 
Roger Matthews, 
Roger Matthews, Jr., 
Major John Carvill, 
Hon. William Cattell, 
Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 
Hon. James Sanderlaine, 
Captain Thomas Morgan. 



34 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

GASSAWAY, MRS. JAMES M. (Susan Elizabeth Ramsey). 

By right of descent from 
Honorable John Addison, Hon. Thomas Addison. 

GASSAWAY, MRS. LOUIS DORSEY (Mary Brooke Iglehart). 
By right of descent from Alexander Spottswood, 
John Carter, Robert Carter, 

Edmund Berkeley, Ralph Wormeley, I, 

Thomas Nelson, Thomas Landon, 

Rev. Henry Hall, John Washington. 

GIFFEN, MRS. JAMES FORTESCUE (Louise Elizabeth Wallis). 

By right of descent from 

John Teackle, Pollard Edmondson. 

GIFFEN, MISS LILIAN. 

By right of descent from 

John Teackle, Pollard Edmondson. 

GILL, MRS. MARTIN GILLET (Alice Warfield). 
By right of descent from Captain John Worthington, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Colonel Edward Dorsey, Col. Nicholas Gassaway. 

♦GILL, MRS. WILLIAM HARRISON (Anna Milby Gray). 

By right of descent from 
Honorable Caleb Cowpland, Capt. Jonathan Cowpland. 

GITTINGS, MISS LEILA. 
By right of descent from Richard Smith, 
James Gittings, James Sterett. 

GODDARD, MRS. HENRY P. (Lida Whitman Acheson). 

By right of descent from 
Rev. Thomas Hooker, Hon. John Hooker, 

Capt. John Stanley, Captain Thomas Willitt. 



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GODDARD, MISS MARY LEE. 

By right of descent from 
John Baldwin, Capt. John Worthington, 

Thomas Worthington, Col. Nich. Worthington, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, I, Captain Charles Griffith, 
Robert Goldsborough, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Charles Goldsborough, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 

Bartholomew Ennalls, Colonel Joseph Ennalls, 

Michael Brooke, Dr. John Brooke. 

GOGGIN, MRS. JAMES M. (Lilla Hatfield Simpson). 
By right of descent from Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Captain Thomas Todd, Launcelot Todd. 

GOLDSBOROUGH, MRS. CHARLES BLOMEFIELD 
(Eleonora Goldsborough Winter). 
By right of descent from Robert Goldsborough of " Ashby," 
Robert Goldsborough, Charles Goldsborough, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, Captain John Keene, 

Michael Brooke, Joseph Ennalls, 

Michael Turbutt, Dr. John Brooke, 

Foster Turbutt, Thomas Harris. 

GOLDSBOROUGH, MRS. PHILLIPS LEE (Ellen Showell). 
By right of descent from Governor Jean Paul Jacquett. 

GORDON, MRS. GRAHAM (Elizabeth Williamson). 
By right of descent from 
Christopher Thomas, Joris Jansen Rapalje, 

Captain William Hemsley, Mercer Brown. 

GORDON, MISS MARGARET. 
By right of descent from 
Benjamin Harrison, Hon. Robert Carter, 

Archibald Gary, William Randolph, 

Col. William Fitzhugh, Col. John Carter, 

Isham Randolph, Richard Randolph. 



36 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

GRANT, MRS. WILLIAM WEST (Nannie Green). 

By right of descent from Adam Thorowgood, 

Gerard Fowke, Stevens Thompson, 

George Mason, I, George Mason, II, 

George Mason, III, George Mason, IV. 

* GREEN, MRS. WILLIAM (Katherine Johnson). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Prince. 

GREENLEES, MRS. DANIEL AGNEW (Helen Hartwell Cragin). 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Addison, III, Col. Henry Ridgely, II, 

Colonel Walter Smith, Francis Hutchins, 

Capt. Adam Thorowgood, Richard Hall, 
Gerard Fowke, Col. Gerard Fowke, 

Dr. Gustavus Brown, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 

GREENWAY, MRS. EUGENE (Frances Davis). 
By right of descent from Captain George Gouldsmith, 
George Gouldsmith, Jr., Edward Beadle, 

James Presbury, John Hollister, 

John Talcott, Richard Treat, 

Gov. William Pynchon, Colonel Elizur Holyoke. 

GRIFFITH, MRS. MONTE (Mary Worthington Milnor). 

By right of descent from Joseph Kirkbride, 
Robert Cole, John Townsend, 

Henry Townsend, Capt. John Worthington, 

Thomas Tolley, Col. Walter Tolley, 

Maj.-Gen. John Hammond, Captain James Neale, 
Job Chandler, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

Honorable Henry Sewall, Joshua Doyne, 
Kinsey Johns, John Chew, 

Samuel Chew, Samuel Worthington. 



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GRISWOLD, MRS. FRANCIS (Alice Gerry). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Richard Jenness, William Eastow, 

Richard Jenness, Jr., Captain James Avery, 

Rev. Samuel McClintock, Hon. John Humfrey, 

Captain Henry Dow, Lieut. John Samborne, 

Thomas Marston, Tristram Samborne. 

GUEST, MRS. WILLIAM WOODWARD (Susan Doll Vail). 
By right of descent from Sebastian Bauman. 

HALL, MISS ELIZABETH WARD. 
By right of descent from 
Lieut. William Stickney, William Ward, 

Dr. Thomas Pemberton, Honorable John Cutt, 

Honorable Samuel Blodgett, Colonel Joshua Wingate, 
Samuel Penhallow, Edward Jackson, 

William Coleman, Captain Jonathan Wade, 

Humphrey Atherton, Lieut. James Trowbridge. 

* HALL, MISS MARY STICKNEY, 
By right of descent from 
Lieut. William Stickney, William Ward, 

Dr. Thomas Pemberton, Hon. John Cutt, 

Hon. Samuel Blodgett, Col. Joshua Wingate, 

Samuel Penhallow, Edward Jackson, 

William Coleman, Capt. Jonathan Wade, 

Humphrey Atherton, Lieut. James Trowbridge. 

HAMAN, MRS. B. HOWARD (Louise Cowgill). 
By right of descent from Warner Mifflin. 

HAMILTON, MRS. LEWIS MAYER (Sarah Harris). 
By right of descent from Samuel Mosely. 
Joseph Lynde, George Denison, 

Thomas Stanton, Hugh Mason, 

William Bond, John Spring. 



38 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

HAMILTON, MRS. WILLIAM T. (Clara Jenness). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Richard Jenness, Richard Jenness, Jr., 

Rev. Samuel McCHntock, Captain Henry Dow, 

Thomas Marston, William Eastow, 

Captain James Avery, Hon. John Humfrey, 

Lieut. John Samborne, Tristram Samborne, 

Peter Samborne, Capt. Jonathan Samborne, 

Tristram Coffin, I, Tristram Coffin, H, 

Captain Edmund Greenleaf, Henry Sherburne, 
Captain Samuel Sherburne, Ambrose Gibbons. 

HARRISON, MRS. BURR POWELL (Louise Goldsborough), 

By right of descent from 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Capt. John Worthington, 
Colonel Charles Hutchins, Rev. Dan'l Maynadier, H, 
Charles Goldsborough, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 

Robert Goldsborough, Joseph Ennalls. 

HARRISON, MRS. EDMOND PITTS (Carrie Marion Andrews). 
By right of descent from Rev. James Macgill, 
Colonel Henry Griffith, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Colonel Edward Dorsey, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Henry Ridgely, Richard Hall. 

HARWOOD, MRS. STEPHEN PAUL (Charlotte Saxton Sibley). 
By right of descent from John Whipple, 
Thomas Hopkins, Major William Hopkins, 

Lawrence Wilkinson, Capt. Samuel Wilkinson, 

Rev. William Wickenden, Joseph Jenckes, 
Rev. Chad Brown, John Brown, 

William Arnold, William Turpin, 

Rev. Obadiah Holmes, Com. Abraham Whipple, 

James Bishop, Edward Jessup, 

John Moss, Gov. Joseph Jenckes. 



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HAVILAND, MRS. PIERSON (Evelyn Teackle Smith). 
By right of descent from 
Adam Thorowgood, Sir George Yeardley, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Colonel Randall Revell, 
Colonel Argall Yeardley, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 

John Sheppeard, Maj.-Gen. John Custis, 

Major John Teackle, Colonel John Custis, 

Isaac Smith, Col. Wm. Whittington, 

Lieut.-Col. John West, Edward Revell. 

* HAYES, MRS. JOHN S. (Susan McKim Gordon). 
By right of descent from 
Col. William Fitzhugh, Lieut. Thomas McKim. 

HAYWARD, MRS. WILLIAM HENRY (Amy Bond). 
By right of descent from John Bond, 
Col. Christopher Birckhead, Captain Tobias Stansbury, 
Major-Gen. John Hammond, John Edmondson, 
Walter Dickinson, Col. William Hammond, 

Captain Thomas Todd, Major Thomas Emerson. 

HEIGHE, MRS. JOHN M. (Sallie Ross). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Green. 

HEMSLEY, MISS ELIZABETH TILGHMAN, 

By right of descent from Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
William Hemsley, WiUiam Hemsley, H, 

James Neale, Tench Francis, 

Philemon Lloyd, Simon Wilmer. 

HENDERSON, MRS. ROBERT RANDOLPH (Louisa Sprigg Patterson). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Cresap, 

George Gray, Alexander Beardsley. 



40 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

HENDRICK, MRS. CALVIN W. (Sarah Rebecca Herring). 

By right of descent from 
Nathaniel Boddie, WilHam Bennett, 

Wilham Boddie, WiUiam Denson. 



HENRY, MRS. JAMES L. (Kate Kearney). 
By right of descent from David Craufurd. 

HENRY, MRS. JOHN WILLIAM (Frances Brockenbrough Barber). 
By right of descent from Luke Barber. 

HENRY, MRS. ROBERT GOLDSBOROUGH (Roberta Boiling). 
By right of descent from 

Major John Stith, Lieut.-Col. Buckner Stith, 

Col. Robert Boiling, I, Robert Boiling, II, 

Robert Boiling, III, Humphrey Tabb, 

Thomas Tabb, Edward Booker, 

Thomas Purefoy, Lieut. Philip Thomas, 

William Smith, Colonel Ninian Beall, 

Colonel William Burgess, Capt. Sampson Waring, 

Basil Waring, Captain Basil Waring, 

Richard Marsham, Thomas Greenfield, 

James Truman, Colonel Drury Stith, 

Lieut.-Col. Drury Stith, Major William Buckner. 



HEPBURN, MRS. ARTHUR (Louisa Lowndes Roman). 
By right of descent from 
Captain James Neale, Edward Lloyd, IV, 

Edward Lloyd, Hon. George Plater, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, William Bladen, 

Edward Lloyd, II, Thomas Tasker, 

Edward Lloyd, III, Hon. Benjamin Tasker. 



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HEYBURN, MRS. WILLIAM (Mary Julia Barret). 
By right of descent from 
Major Edward Dorsey, Samuel O wings, 

Benjamin Lawrence, William Barrett. 

HEYWARD, MRS. WILSON P. (Elizabeth Skinner Wilson). 

By right of descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim, 

Andrew Skinner, Rev. Thomas Airey. 



HILL, MRS. NORMAN FRANCIS, JR. (Clara Douglas Custis). 
By right of descent from 
Major-Gen. John Custis, Colonel John Custis, 

Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Colonel TuUy Robinson, 
Stephen Horsey, 



Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Lieut.-Colonel John West, 
Colonel George Douglas, 
Edward Revell. 



HILL, MRS. PETER HENRY (Nora M. Young). 
By right of descent from 



Col. Benjamin Young, 
Col. Benjamin Rozier, 
Hon. Thomas Notley, 
Cuthbert Fenwick, 
Col. Ignatius Fenwick, 
Richard Smith, 
Col. Walter Smith, 
Walter Smith, 
Dr. Clement Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Robert Livingston, 
Col. Philip Livingston, 
Robert Livingston, H, 
Captain Philip Schuyler, 
Governor Edward Digges, 



Sir Dudley Digges, 
Col. William Digges, 
Col. Henry Lowe, 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Gov. Robert Brooke, 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Col. Thomas Brooke, 
Thomas Dent, 
Gov. Richard Bennett, 
Col. William Burgess, 
Captain James Neale, 
Col. John Utie, 
Charles Carroll, 
Colonel Henry Darnall. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



HILL, MRS. RICHARD 

By right of 
Edward Digges, 
Henry Darnall, 
Benjamin Rozer, 
Henry Sewall, 
Colonel Henry Lowe, 
Giles Brent, 
Charles Carroll, 
William Brent, 



SMITH (Ada Morgan), 
descent from 

Thomas Notley, 
William Digges, 
Sir Dudley Digges, 
Gov. Richard Bennett, 
Colonel John Utie, 
Captain James Neale, 
Clement Hill, Jr., 
Gov. Florentius Seymour. 



HILL, MRS. WALKER (Jeanie Morrison Lockwood). 
By right of descent from Charles Willson Peale, 
John Brewer, Colonel Henry Ridgely. 



HINCKLEY, MRS. ROBERT (Eleanora O'Donnell). 

By right of descent from Sir Edmund Plowden, 
Thomas Gerard, Captain Gerard Slye, 

Captain Robert Slye, Governor Giles Brent. 



HITT, MRS. WILLIAM (Katherine Hallie Elkins). 
By right of descent from 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Capt. John Worthington, 



Alexander Warfield, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Captain Henry Hanslap, 
Captain Thomas Gassaway, 



Captain Thomas Besson, 
Col. Nicholas Gassaway, 
Captain Charles Griffith, 
Maj. Nicholas Gassaway. 



HOCKING, MRS. GEORGE H. (Martha Johns Robbins). 

By right of descent from Governor Thomas Hinckley. 



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HODGDON, MRS. ALEXANDER L. (Lillian Coolbaugfi). 
By right of descent from Captain John Marsh, 
Captain John Coe, Lieut. Thomas Adams, 

William Pitkin, Joseph Hawley, 

Lieut. Thomas Tracy, Robert Coe, 

Governor John Webster, Simon Huntington, 

Major Simon Willard, Edward Griswold. 

HODGES, MISS CORA RINGGOLD. 

By right of descent from Thomas Ringgold, 
Major James Ringgold, Major Thomas Ringgold, 

Thomas Ringgold, Major William Ringgold, 

Dr. Richard Tilghman, Simon Wilmer, 

Capt. Ebenezer Blakiston, Maj. Ebenezer Blakiston, 
Colonel Hans Hanson, Thomas Hynson, 

Charles Hynson, William Harris, 

Charles Tilden, Simon Wilmer, II. 

* HODGES, MRS. J. S. B. (Lucy MacDonough Shaler). 
By right of descent from 
Ensign Jared Spencer, William Denning, 

Henry Townsend, Robert Cole. 

HOFF, MRS, FRANCIS H. (Emily Presstman). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. William Cattell, Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 

Hon. George McCall, I, Hon. Jasper Yeates, 

Colonel John Godfrey, Hon. James Sandelands. 

HOFFMAN, MRS. R. CURZON (Eliza Lawrence Dallam). 

By right of descent from 
Wolfort G. van Cowenhoven, Captain Henry Johnson, 
Nicasius de Sille, Colonel John Carter, 

Captain William Lawrence, Captain Thomas Todd. 



44 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

HOGAN, MRS. ROBERT GEORGE (Cornelia Sarah Heslep). 

By right of descent from 

Colonel Edward Hill, Col. Moore Fauntleroy, 

Colonel George Reade, Robert Jones, 

Col. Nicholas Merriwether, Colonel Joel Lane, 

Colonel John Lewis, Col. Wm. Fauntleroy, 

Colonel John Hinton, Capt. Augustine Warner, 

Capt. Nicholas Martian, Major John Lewis, 

Col. Aug. Warner, Jr., Colonel Robert Lewis. 

HOGUE, MRS. RICHARD WALLACE (Betty Coleman Young). 

By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry, 
Elisha Warfield, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Capt. John Worthington, Col. William Burgess, 

Col. Samuel Chew, Hon. Sam'l Chamberlaine, 

Major Edward Dorsey, Richard Tilghman, 

Capt. Cornelius Howard, Edward Lloyd, 

George Robins, Captain James Neale, 

Jesse Young, Elder William Brewster. 

HOLLADAY, MRS. SAMUEL W. (Georgianna C. Ord). 
By right of descent from 
Gerrit van Sweringen, Daniel Cresap, 

Thomas Cresap, Daniel Cresap, H. 

*HOLLIDAY, MRS. WILLIAM BLAIR (Frances Searles Decker). 
By right of descent from Frederick Decker. 

HOPPER, MRS. HARDWICKE MANNING (Mary Hollister Davis). 
By right of descent from 
Richard Treat, John Hollister, 

George Gouldsmith, George Gouldsmith, Jr. 

* HORSEY, MRS. OUTERBRIDGE (Anna Carroll). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Henry Darnall, Charles Carroll. 



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HOUGH, MISS ETHEL. 
By right of descent from Richard Hough, 
John Clowes, PhiHp Thomas, 

Captain Francis Hutchins, Richard Snowden. 



♦HOWARD, MRS. CHARLES (Elizabeth Phoebe Key). 



By right of descent 
Lieut. John Ross Key, 
Richard Gardiner, 
Colonel John Jarboe, 
Major John Weire, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
Captain James Neale, 
John Rousby, II, 
Colonel William Tayloe, 
Colonel John Tayloe, II, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Thomas Burford, 
Colonel Thomas Addison, 



from Philip Key, 

Captain Luke Gardiner, 
Major William Boarman, 
John Ross, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, I, 
Henry Morgan, 
Colonel John Tayloe, I, 
Henry Corbin, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Colonel John Addison, I, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 



HOWARD, MRS. GEORGE HENRY (Roberta Traill Brooke Macgill). 
By right of descent from 



Rev. James Macgill, 
Dr. Charles Carroll, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Zachariah Maccubbin, 
John Whipple, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Matthew Whipple, 



Samuel Appleton, 
Samuel Appleton, II, 
Major Joseph Hammond, 
Robert Cutts, Sr., 
Hon. Edward Jennings, 
Captain James Neale, 
Elder John Whipple. 



HOWARD, MRS. JOHN DUVALL (Mary Greenwood Smith). 

By right of descent from Colonel John Dorsey, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Colonel Henry Ridgely. 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel John Evans. 



46 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

HOWARD, MISS MARIAN GILMOR. 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Eager Howard, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
John Chew, Major-Gen. John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, Colonel John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, M. D., Sir George Yeardley, 

Benjamin Chew, Col. Argall Yeardley, 

Rev. Thomas Airey, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, John Teackle. 

HUBNER, MRS. WILLIAM R. (Marie Louise Schermerhorn). 
By right of descent from Jacob Janse Schermerhorn, 
Jeremias Van Rensselaer, Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

♦HULL, MRS. ROBERT (Susanna Rebecca Thompson). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Joseph Ball, Colonel William Ball. 

HUME, MRS. GEORGE LEE (Winfred Llewellyn Price). 

By right of descent from Henry Ridgely, 
John Brewer, Samuel Magruder. 

HUNT, MISS ANITA DUNBAR. 

By right of descent from 
Capt. Richard Betts, Capt. George Brent, 

Robert Brooke, Roger Brooke, 

Col. Edward Dorsey, Joshua Doyne, 

Cuthbert Fenwick, Col. Ignatius Fenwick, 

Jonathan Hager, Lieut. Ralph Hunt. 

HUNT, MRS. DUNBAR (Leila Lawrence Brent). 
By right of descent from 
Capt. George Brent, Gov. Robert Brooke, 

John Lawrence, Capt. James Neale, 

Hon. John Pile, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Hon. Florentius Seymour, Michael Taney, 
Col. Jesse Wharton, Col. Ignatius Fenwick. 



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* HUNTER, MRS. JAMES W. (Mary Devereux). 
By right of descent from Captain James Avery. 

HURST, MRS. WILLIAM B. (Frances Lucas Baer). 
By right of descent from 
Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Greenberry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry 

Richard Warfield, Captain John Dorsey, 

Capt. John Dorsey, Jr., Caleb Dorsey. 

HUSE, MRS. HARRY P. (Mary Sheward Whitelock). 
By right of descent from 
Isaac Whitelock, Alexander Beardsley, 

William Warner, Edmund Freeman, 

William Bassett (Mass.), Francis Sprague, 

Edward Carter, Robert Carter, 

William Cooper, John Woolston, I, 

John Woolston, H, Richard Stockton, 

William Wood, Francis Collins. 

IGLEHART, MRS. C. IREDELL (Anne Calhoun Robinson). 

By right of descent from 
John Brewer, Charles Willson Peak, 

Captain John Hall, Colonel John Hall, 

Col. Josias Carvil Hall, Richard Gist, 

Hon. William Cattell, Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 

Colonel John Godfrey, James Sanderlain, 

Hon. Jasper Yeates, Hon. William Smith. 

IGLEHART, MRS. JAMES D. (Monterey Watson), 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Luke Barber, Charles Barber. 

JACKSON, MRS. ELIHU EMORY (Annie F. Rider). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Walker, 
Rev. Thomas Fletcher, Henry Boston, 

Lazarus Maddox, John Lawson. 



48 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

* JACKSON, MRS. FREDERIC D. (Eliza M. Coale). 

By right of descent from 

Samuel Chase, Rev. Thomas Chase. 

JACKSON, MRS. HENRY C. (Annie 0. De Camps). 
By right of descent from 
Robert Tyler (1674), Robert Tyler (1738). 

JACKSON, MRS. JOHN J. (Esther Gill). 
By right of descent from Hon. James Saunders, 
Darby Lux, Daniel Bowly. 

JACKSON, MRS. JOHN J. (Mathilde Chardon Heyl). 

By right of descent from 

Robert Turner, Francis Rawle, 

Thomas Barton, John Woolston, 

William Cooper, Richard Ridgway, 

John Borton, Richard Stockton, 

Jedediah Allen, John Adams. 

JACKSON, MRS. JOHN NORRIS (Alice Meeker Dean). 
By right of descent from Rev. Henry Nicols. 

* JAMES, MRS. NORMAN (Margie Macgill). 
By right of descent from 
Rev. James Macgill, Valentine Peyton. 

JAMISON, MRS. DAVID (Mary Laura Chaille). 
By right of descent from Colonel Peter Chaille. 

JENKINS, MRS. E. AUSTIN (Adelaide Lowe). 
By right of descent from 
Major John Lowe, Joseph Maccubbin, 

Captain Michael Lowe, David Polk, 

Captain Henry Hawkins, Colonel Hans Hanson, 

Samuel Magruder, Judge Frederick Hanson. 



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JENKINS, MRS. EDMUND PLOWDEN (Martha Lee Jenkins). 
By right of descent from Sir Edmund Plowden, 
Captain Robert Slye, Thomas Gerard, 

Captain Gerard Slye, Deputy-Gov. Giles Brent. 



♦JENKINS, MRS. LEWIS W. (Mary Gertrude Mackall Mackenzie). 
By right of descent from 
Arthur Emory, Honorable Richard Treat, 

Colonel Joseph Williams, Lt. Samuel Dyre Betton, 

Captain Stephen Williams, Roger Brooke, 
James Mackall, Capt. Francis Hutchins, 

Captain John Hance, Governor Robert Brooke, 

Captain James Neale, Bartholomew Coppock, 

Hon. William Parke, Major John Howell, 

Hon. John Deming, Hon. Edward Howell. 



* JENKINS, MRS. MICHAEL (Mary Isabella Jenkins). 

By right of descent from Sir Edmund Plowden, 
Thomas Gerard, Captain Robert Slye, 

Captain Gerard Slye, Deputy-Gov. Giles Brent. 

JENKINS, MRS. SPAULDING LOWE (Sarah Kennedy Boone). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Thomas Courtney, 
Major John Wheeler, Daniel Scott. 

♦JENKINS, MRS. T. MEREDITH (Sarah Leigh Bonsai). 

By right of descent from 
John Bethel, William Roscoe, Jr. 

JOHNS, MRS. CLAUDE DOUGLAS (Bessy Steiner). 
By right of descent from Colonel Richard Colegate. 
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50 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

JOHNSON, MRS. WILLIAM WOOLSEY 
(Susannah Leverett Batcheller). 

By right of descent from Sir John Leverett. 

JOHNSTON, MRS. CHRISTOPHER (Madeline Tasker Tilghman). 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, Captain James Neale, 

Colonel Richard Tilghman, Robert Grundy, 
William Tilghman, Col. Richard Woolman, 

Edward Lloyd, John Gibson, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Robert Polk, 

James Lloyd, Gerrit van Sweringen. 

JOHNSTON, MISS MARIA STITH. 
By right of descent from Major John Stith, 
Drury Stith, Griffin Stith, 

Major William Buckner, Edmund Hobart, 

William Bassett (Mass.), Gov. Thomas Dudley. 

* JONES, MRS. GEORGE ALPHONZO (Mary Eliza Smith). 

By right of descent from 
Captain James Neale, Col. Benjamin Young, 

Gov. William Digges, Col. Benjamin Rozer, 

Gov. Edward Digges, Gov. Thomas Notley, 

Henry Sewall, Gov. Robert Brooke, 

^ Cuthbert Fenwick, Gov. Richard Bennet. 

JONES, MISS MARGARET GAITHER. 

By right of descent from 
Major Richard Ewen, Colonel William Burgess, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Hon. John Dorsey, 
Captain Cornelius Howard, Hon. Robert Ridgely, 
Capt. John Worthington, Captain Edward Burgess, 

John Chew, George Ashman. 



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KEATING, MRS. ARTHUR BARNES (Louisa Ogle Beall). 

By right of descent from 



John Beall, 
Robert Brooke, 
Colonel Thomas Brooke, 
Richard Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 
Governor Samuel Ogle, 
Gerrit van Sweringen, 
Col. Richard Tilghman, I, 
Colonel Edward Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
James Frisby, II, 
Henry Sewall, 
Colonel William Burgess, 
Nicholas Maccubbin, 
Joseph Winn, 
Daniel Dulany, I, 
Robert Ridgely, 
Captain John Dorsey, 
Caleb Dorsey, Jr., 



Colonel Samuel Beall, 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Thomas Brooke, 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Thomas Crabb, 
Benjamin Tasker. 
William Bladen, 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
Col. Richard Tilghman, II, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
James Frisby, I, 
Peregrine Frisby, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Zachariah Maccubbin, 
Dr. Charles Carroll, 
Timothy Winn, 
Daniel Dulany, II, 
Colonel Charles Ridgely, 
Caleb Dorsey, 
Captain Richard Hill. 



KEATING, MRS. THOMAS J. (Leila Parker Bash). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Obedience Robins, Maj. Chas. Scarborough, 
Richard Bennett, Col. William Andrews, 

Col. Edmund Scarburgh, William Andrews, Jr., 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Capt. John Utie. 



KEITH, MRS. WILLIAM WALLACE (Ella Elizabeth Stansbury). 
By right of descent from George Ashman, 
George Maris, Francis Yarnall, 

John Maris, Francis Yarnall, II, 

Ellis Hughes, Robert Cole, 

William Bowne, Captain John Bowne, 



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KELLY, MRS. ROBERT MORROW, JR. (Eleanor Royce Mercein). 
By right of descent from 
Capt. John Worthington, Colonel Baker Johnson, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Robert Tyler, 
Rev. George Murdock, John Thomas Schley, 

David Shriver, Nicholas Worthington, 

Henry Ridgely, Thomas Worthington. 

KEMPER, MRS. ANDREW CARR (Louisa Alexander Anderson). 

By right of descent from Major Richard Ewen, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Benjamin Lawrence. 

KERFOOT, MISS ALICE GRAY. 

By right of descent from 

Robert Brooke, Thomas Brooke, 

Major Thomas Brooke, Richard Smith, 

Walter Smith, John Addison, 

Thomas Addison, Colonel Edward Dorsey, 

William Murdock, Joseph Sim. 

* KERFOOT, MRS. SAMUEL HUMES (Annie Warfield Lawrence). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Robert Brooke, Hon. Thomas Brooke, 

Hon. John Addison, Hon. Thomas Addison, 

Richard Smith, William Murdock, 

Colonel Joseph Sim, Colonel Edward Dorsey. 

KEYSER, MRS. R. BRENT (Ellen McHenry). 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Eager Howard, Thomas Mann Randolph, 
Benjamin Chew, Col. William Randolph, 

Samuel Chew, Col. Thomas Randolph, 

Col. Samuel Chew, Col. Isham Randolph, 

John Chew, Col. Richard Randolph, 



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Col. Wilson Miles Gary, 
Col. Wilson Cary, 
Col. Miles Cary, 1, 
Col. Miles Cary, II, 
Archibald Cary, 
Col. William Wilson, 
Capt. Thomas Taylor, 
John Blair, 
Archibald Blair, 
Dabney Carr, 
Col. Peter Jefferson, 
Capt. Thomas Jefferson, 
Christopher Branch, 
Major Peter Field, 
Henry Soane, 



Col. William Randolph, 
Capt. Henry Isham, 
Hon. Mann Page, I, 
Mathew Page, 
Col. John Page, 
Ralph Wormley, II, 
Ralph Wormley, I, 
John Armistead, 
Major John Boiling, 
Col. Robert Boiling, 
Lieut. Thomas Rolfe, 
John Rolfe, 
Richard Kennon, 
John Smith, 
Samuel Smith. 



KEYSER, MRS. SAMUEL (Therese Thompson). 
By right of descent from Daniel Bowly, 
Darby Lux, Hon. James Saunders. 



* KEYSER, MRS. WILLIAM (Mary Hoke Brent). 
By right of descent from Captain George Brent, 



Captain James Neale, 
Colonel Jesse Wharton, 
John Lawrence, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, 
Cuthbert Fenwick, 
Michael Taney, 
Roger Brooke, 



Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Hon. Florentius Seymour, 
Jonathan Hager, 
Joshua Doyne, 
Col. Ignatius Fenwick, 
Gov. Robert Brooke, 
Honorable John Pile. 



KILPATRICK, MISS ELLEN PERKINS. 

By right of descent from 
Capt. Richard Bushnell, Lieut. Thos. Leffingwell, 

Captain John Douglas, James Morgan. 



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KILPATRICK, MRS. WILLIAM D. (Rebecca Hughes Perkins). 
By right of descent from 
Capt. Richard Bushnell, Lieut. Thos. Leffingwell, 

James Morgan, Captain John Douglas. 

KIMBALL, MRS. JULIUS HENRY (Emily Nelson Maulsby). 
By right of descent from 
Acting-Gov. Robert Brooke, Thomas Brooke. 

KING, MRS. ADAM E. (Frances Purviance), 
By right of descent from Colonel Leonard Yeo, 
Colonel Miles Cary, II, Colonel William Wilson, 

William Ashfordley, John Beatty, 

Andreas Bengston, Jean Paul Jacquett. 

Colonel Miles Cary, Gunning Bedford. 

KING, MRS. JOSEPH (Jane Howard). 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Eager Howard, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
John Chew, Major-Gen. John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, Colonel John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, M. D., Sir George Yeardley, 

Benjamin Chew, Col. Argall Yeardley, 

Rev. Thomas Airey, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, John Teackle. 

KING, MRS. THOMSON MASON (Mary Emily Thompson). 

By right of descent from 
Governor John West, Colonel John West, 

Major Joseph Croshaw, Col. William Claiborne, 

Lieut.-Col. Thos. Claiborne, Henry Fox. 

♦KING, MISS VIRGINIA. 

By right of descent from Colonel Thomas Price. 



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KINSOLVING, MRS. ARTHUR B. (Sally Archer Bruce). 
By right of descent from William Cabell. 

KLOTS, MRS. ALFRED (Agnes Boone). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Thomas Courtney, 
Major John Wheeler, Daniel Scott. 

* KNIGHT, MRS. JOHN H. (Ella Bouldin Clark). 
By right of descent from 
Thomas Hynson, Colonel John Hynson, 

Captain John Hynson, John Stoope, 

Augustine Herman, Col. John Thompson. 

KRAUSE, MRS. ERNEST ROBERT (Sarah Crandall Wiltse). 
By right of descent from 
William Steele, Joshua Barney, 

Samuel Chase, Jean Paul Jacquett. 

LARUS, MRS. JOHN RUSE (Mary C. Atkinson). 
By right of descent from William Powell, 
Valentine Peyton, Burr Harrison. 

LEAKIN, MISS MARGARET DOBBIN. 

By right of descent from 
William Hatton, Col. William Burgess, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Acting-Gov. Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 
Capt. Thomas Middleton, Richard Harrison, 
Elisha Hall, Henry Hooper. 

LEARNED, MRS. EBENEZER (Roberta Traill Spence Howard). 
By right of descent from Rev. James Macgill, 
Dr. Charles Carroll, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Captain James Neale, 

Zachariah Maccubbin, Matthew Whipple, 

John Whipple, Elder John Whipple. 



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LEE, MISS ELIZABETH COLLINS. 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Richard Lee, Richard Lee, 

Edmond Jenings, Theoderick Bland, 

William Randolph, Henry Corbin, 

Richard Bennett, Charles Grymes. 

LEIPER, MRS. GEORGE ARMSTRONG (Florence Carothers). 
By right of descent from 
Col. William Burgess, Samuel Chew, 

Edward Burgess, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Col. Henry Ridgely, Capt. John Worthington, 

Col. Edward Dorsey, Col. Nicholas Gassaway. 

LEMMON, MRS. J. SOUTHGATE (Fanny Addison Carter Dulany). 

By right of descent from 

Richard Smith, Thomas Tasker, 

Colonel Walter Smith, Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 

Daniel Dulany, William Bladen, 

Daniel Dulany, H, Colonel John Carter, 

Richard Hall, Hon. Robert Carter. 

LEONARD, MRS. WILLLA.M WIRT (Nellie McBrj'de Jackson). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Walker, Rev. Thomas Fletcher, 

Lazarus Maddox, Capt. Edward Hammond, 

Henry Boston, John Lawson. 

LEWIS, MRS. ASHLEY (Florence Mary Hamtramck Williamson). 
By right of descent from Thomas Cresap, 
Gerrit van Sweringen, William Mitchell. 

LEWIS, MRS. WILLIAM L. (May Duke). 
By right of descent from 
James Duke, John Broome, 

Captain John Broome, Col. Thomas Marshall, 

Colonel Thomas Randolph, Col. William Randolph. 



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LIGON, MISS ELIZABETH WORTHINGTON DORSEY. 

By right of descent from 
Colonel John Dorsey, Capt. John Worthington, 

Thomas Tolley, Colonel Walter Tolley, 

Zachariah Maccubbin, John Hammond, 

Colonel John Nash, Capt. Abraham Venable. 

LITTIG, MRS. JOHN MERRYMAN (Mary Clare Ross). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Green. 

LITTLEJOHN, MRS. ROBERT MALCOLM (Rebecca L. Boiling). 
By right of descent from Robert Boiling, 
Robert Boiling, II, Robert Boiling, III, 

John Stith, Humphrey Tabb, 

Thomas Tabb, Edward Booker, 

Richard Booker, Thomas Purefoy, 

William Smith, Lieut. Philip Thomas, 

Colonel Ninian Beall, Richard Marsham, 

Colonel William Burgess, Capt. Sampson Waring, 
Basil Waring, Captain Basil Waring, 

Thomas Greenfield, James Trueman. 

LIVINGSTON, MISS ELIZABETH. 

By right of descent from Robert Livingston, 
Colonel Philip Livingston, Peter Van B. Livingston. 

LOCKWOOD, MISS KATHARINE READ. 

By right of descent from George Read. 

LONG, MRS. JOHN RICARDS (Annie Sharpies Harvey). 

By right of descent from 
Adriaen Van der Donck, Epenetus Piatt, II, 

Epenetus Piatt, Nehemiah Allen, 

Nathaniel Allen, Hendrick Van Dyck, 

Nathaniel Allen, II, Rev. Francis Doughty. 

LORING, MRS. FRANCIS LEMOINE (William- Anna Holland). 
By right of descent from Colonel William Colebourne. 



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LOUGH, MRS. ERNEST ST. GEORGE (Eloise Lowndes Roman). 
By right of descent from 



Captain James Neale, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 



Edward Lloyd, IV, 
Hon. George Plater, 
William Bladen, 
Thomas Tasker, 
Hon. Benjamin Tasker. 



LOWNDES, MISS ELIZABETH LLOYD. 



By right of descent from 
Edward Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
Philemon Lloyd, 
John Rousby, II, 
Colonel John Tayloe, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Thomas Burford, 
Thomas Tasker, 
Henry Morgan, 
William Bladen, 
Jacob Haldeman, 



Captain James Neale, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, 
Col. William Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, II, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Hon. Thomas Addison, 
Christopher Lowndes, 
Henry Corbin, 
Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 
Col. John Addison. 



LOWNDES, MRS. LLOYD (Elizabeth Tasker Lowndes). 



By right of descent from 
Edward Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, II, 
Col. William Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, II, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Thomas Burford, 
Hon. Thomas Addison, 
Thomas Tasker, 
Christopher Lowndes, 



Captain James Neale, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
John Rousby, I, 
Henry Morgan, 
Col. John Tayloe, 
Henry Corbin, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Colonel John Addison, 
William Bladen, 
Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 
Jacob Haldeman. 



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LURMAN, MRS. GUSTAV WILHELM (Elizabeth Cooke Powel). 
By right of descent from 



Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
Abraham I. Ver Planck, 
Ensign Geleyn Ver Planck, 
Ensign Philip Ver Planck, 
Lieut. William Beekman, 
Colonel Gerardus Beekman, 
Hon. Olaff S. Van Cortlandt, 
Hon. S. Van Cortlandt, 
Capt. Philip P. Schuyler, 
B. A. Van Schlichtenhorst, 
David Provost, 
David Provost, 11, 



Richard Tilghman, HI, 
Hon. Richard Tilghman, 
Edward Lloyd of Wye, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Colonel William Burgess, 
Peregrine Frisby, 
Charles Willing, 
Edward Shippen, 
Colonel John Barnwell. 



LURMAN, MRS. THEODOR G. (Nannie Allen Tilghman). 
By right of descent from 



Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
William Tilghman, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
Gerrit van Sweringen, 



Col. Richard Tilghman, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
James Lloyd, 
Robert Grundy, 
Richard Woolman. 



LYMAN, MRS. CHARLES W. (Mary C. Belden). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 



LYSTER, MRS. HENRY F. LeH 
By right of descent from Deputy 
William Brent, 
Colonel Richard Lee, I, 
Colonel Richard Lee, H, 
Governor Thomas Lee, 
Thomas Ludwell Lee, 
Philip Ludwell, I, 
Philip Ludwell, H, 
Colonel John Carter, 
Hon. Robert Carter, 
Landon Carter, 



(Winifred Lee Brent). 
-Governor Giles Brent, 
Robert Wormley Carter, 
Benjamin Harrison, I, 
Benjamin Harrison, H, 
Henry Corbin, 
Ralph Wormley, H, 
William Aylett, I, 
Col. John Armistead, 
Col. Henry Darnall, 
John Wilkins, Jr., 
George Stevenson. 



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LYTLE, MRS. WILLIAM HERSCHEL (Caroline Jackson). 

By right of descent from 
Captain Roger Clap, Captain Samuel Clap, 

Lieut.-Col. Ebenezer Clap, John Glover, 
Gov. Thomas Hinckley, Richard Hough, 

John Clowes, Humphrey Atherton, 

Benjamin Bird, Tobias Leech. 

*McBLAIR, MISS EMILY. 
By right of descent from Robert Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, Colonel John Dorsey. 

McBLAIR, MISS MARY WALSH PLEASANCE. 
By right of descent from Robert Ridgely, 
Colonel Charles Ridgely, John Dorsey. 

* McCANDLISH, MISS EVELYN BYRD. 
By right of descent from 
William Byrd, H, Warham Horsmanden, 

Charles Willing, Edward Shippen, 

John Lewis, Col. Aug. Warner, Jr. 

McCOMAS, MRS. FREDERICK W. (Matilda Price Smith). 

By right of descent from 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Major Edward Dorsey, Col. William Burgess, 

Henry Sewall, Robert Brooke, 

Richard Smith, Capt. Edward Burgess, 

Colonel Walter Smith, Colonel Thomas Price. 

McCOMAS, MRS. JOSEPH PATTON (Catherine Carmichael Murray). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Hynson, 
Robert Brooke, Captain James Neale, 

Dr. William Murray, Jervis Spencer. 



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McCRACKIN, MRS. ALEXANDER (Belle Fitzhugh McPherson). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Robert McPherson, Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Colonel William Fitzhugh, Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Col. William Fitzhugh (Md.), Colonel William Burgess. 

McILVAIN, MISS ELIZABETH GUNNING. 
By right of descent from 
William Ashfordley, Thomas Beatty, 

Andreas Bengston, Gov. Jean Paul Jacquett, 

John Beatty, Gunning Bedford. 

McINTIRE, MRS. WILLIAM WATSON (Hortense Monroe Hardesty). 
By right of descent from Dr. George Buchanan, 
Lloyd Buchanan, Philip Jones, 

George Saughier, Captain Thomas Besson, 

President James Monroe, Colonel Nicholas Rogers. 

McINTOSH, MRS. DAVID GREGG (Virginia Johnson Pegram). 

By right of descent from Seth Ward. 

McINTOSH, MRS. DAVID GREGG, Jr. (Charlotte Lowe Rieman). 

By right of descent from 

Joris Jansen Rapalje, Pieter P. Van Nest. 

McINTOSH, MRS. WILLIAM PAGE (Isabel Warfield Stinson). 

By right of descent from Richard Warfield, 
Alexander Warfield, George Gray. 

*McKAIG, MRS. MERVYN (Florence Worthington Pearre). 

By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Henry Sewall, Colonel William Burgess, 

Thomas Dent, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Captain Thomas Crabb, Richard Smith, 

Richard Hall, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Francis Hutchins, Colonel Thomas Brooke, 

Capt. John Worthington, Zachariah Maccubbin, 

Colonel Walter Smith, Dr. Clement Smith, 

Colonel Thomas Price, Walter Smith. 



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IHACKALL, MISS 

By right o 
Benjamin Mackall, 
Richard Smith, 
Henry Morgan, 
James Trueman, 
Alexander Magruder, 
Robert Brooke, 
Colonel Thomas Brook 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Thomas Crabb, 
Col. John G. Alackall, 
Thomas Mackall, 
Thomas Howe, 
James Somervell, 
Gideon Dare, 
Thomas Trueman, 



SALLY SOMERVELL. 

f descent from 

Benjamin Mackall, H, 
Captain Richard Smith, 
Leonard Covington, 
Col. Thomas Hollyday, 
Colonel Samuel Beall, Jr., 
Major Thomas Brooke, 

e, Thomas Brooke, 

Richard Hall, 
Francis Hutchins, 
James John Mackall, 
John Hance, 
Dr. James Somervell, 
Nathaniel Dare, 
Henry Trueman, 
PhiHp Briscoe. 



MACKENZIE, MRS. ALEXANDER WILLIAM 
(Winifred Eleanor Brent). 

By right of descent from 



Governor Giles Brent, 
William Brent, 
Colonel Richard Lee, H, 
Thomas Ludwell Lee, 
Philip Ludwell, H, 
Governor Edward Digges, 
Colonel John Carter, 
Robert Wormley Carter, 
Benjamin Harrison, I, 
Ralph Wormley, I, 
William Aylett, 
Colonel Henry Corbin, 
Hon. George Stevenson, 



Colonel Giles Brent, 
Colonel Richard Lee, I, 
Governor Thomas Lee, 
Philip Ludwell, I, 
Sir Dudley Digges, 
Dep.-Gov. Wm. Digges, 
Gov. Robert Carter, 
Landon Carter, 
Benjamin Harrison, H, 
Ralph Wormley, II, 
Colonel Henry Darnell, 
Colonel John Armistead, 
Hon. Henry Sewall. 



* MACKENZIE, MRS. GEORGE NORBURY (Lucie Tennille Emory). 
By right of descent from 
Arthur Emory, Lieut. Samuel D. Betton. 



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MACKENZIE, MRS. GEORGE NORBURY, II (Mary Elizabeth Forwood). 
By right of descent from 
Captain John Hall, Hon. William Parker, 

Hon. Edward Beadle, Colonel George Wells, 

Hon. Richard Wells, Maj. Samuel Gouldsmith. 

MACKEY, MRS. GEORGE KNIGHT (Bessie Bowman Daniel). 
By right of descent from Edward Dorsey, 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 

McLEAN, MRS. DONALD (Emily Ritchie). 
By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Thomas Brooke, Alexander Contee, 

Arthur Nelson, Colonel Thomas Brooke. 

McLEAN, MISS ELIZABETH HARRISON. 
By right of descent from 
Benjamin Harrison, William Randolph, 

John Carter, Robert Carter, 

Archibald Gary, William Fitzhugh, 

Isham Randolph, Richard Randolph. 

* McLEAN, MRS. THOMAS CHALMERS (Emily Gordon). 

By right of descent from 
Benjamin Harrison, Isham Randolph, 

Colonel John Carter, Honorable Robert Carter, 

Archibald Gary, Col. William Fitzhugh, 

William Randolph, Richard Randolph. 

* Mcpherson, MRS. MAYNARD (Mary Pottinger Fitzhugh). 
By right of descent from William Fitzhugh, I, 
William Fitzhugh, H, Henry Sewall, 

Nicholas Sewall, William Burgess. 

MACRERY, MISS AUDLEYN. 
By right of descent from Joseph Wallace. 



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McREYNOLDS, MRS. FREDERICK WILSON (Jessie Brooke Stabler). 
By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Captain James Neale, Francis Hutchins, 

Captain Richard Snowden, WilHam Pusey. 

* MAGRUDER, MRS. JOHN READ (Emily Erving Nicholson). 
By right of descent from Colonel Joseph Nicholson, 



Joseph Nicholson, Jr., 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
Captain James Neale, 
John Rousby, II, 
Colonel John Tayloe, I, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Henry Morgan, 



Edward Lloyd, I, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, I, 
Colonel William Tayloe, 
Colonel John Tayloe, II, 
Honorable George Plater, 
Henry Corbin. 



MANNING, MRS JOSEPH THRUSTON (Alice Lloyd Goldsborough). 
By right of descent from Robert Goldsborough of " Ashby," 



Charles Goldsborough, I, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 
Colonel Richard Tilghman, 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
Samuel Dickinson, 
Robert Grundy, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, 
WilHam Moore, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, II, 
Colonel William Tayloe, 
John Tayloe, II, 
George Plater, I, 
Colonel John Addison, I, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 
Daniel Maynadier, II, 
Captain Henry Hooper, 
James Smith, 



Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 
William Tilghman 
Walter Dickinson, 
Joseph Ennalls, 
Dr. John Brooke, 
John Moore, 
Hon. James Lloyd, 
Capt. James Neale, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
John Rousby, I, 
Henry Morgan, 
John Tayloe, I, 
Henry Corbin, 
George Plater, II, 
Hon. Thomas Addison, 
Daniel Maynadier, I, 
Colonel Henry Ennalls, 
Major Henry Hooper, 
Thomas Hynson, 



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Colonel John Hynson, Thomas Burford, 

Major David Gwyn, . Michael Brooke, 

Dr. William Murray Dr. William Murray 

of Cambridge, of Chestertown. 

MANNING, MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS (Florence van Antwerp). 
By right of descent from 
Jan de la Montagne, Paulus Jacobsen Turck, 

Nicholas Greenberry, James Berry, 

Richard Preston, William Berry, 

John Hammond, Edward Dorsey, 

Lancelot Todd, Henry Griffith, 

MANSFIELD, MRS. WALTER DAMON (May Monvelle Stansbury). 
By right of descent from 
George Ashman, George Maris, 

Francis Yarnall, John Maris, 

Francis Yarnall, H, Ellis Hughes, 

Robert Cole, William Bowne. 

*MARKOE, MRS. FRANK (Maria Perry Thomas). 
By right of descent from 
Tristram Thomas, William Perry, 

Tench Francis, Robert Goldsborough, 

John Goldsborough, Michael Turbutt, 

Foster Turbutt, John Bozman. 

MARSHALL, MRS. CHARLES (Rebecca Snowden). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Philip Thomas, 
Thomas Sprigg, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Lieut.-Col. Thomas Sprigg, Major Thomas Snowden, 
John Nuthall, Dr. Chas. A. Warfield, 

John Baldwin, Major Henry Ridgely, 

Col. Henry Ridgely, Captain James Neale, 

Colonel Edward Dorsey, Edward Lloyd, 

Francis Hutchins, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

James Lloyd, Edward Lloyd, H, 

Richard Lloyd, Rev. Henry Nicols. 

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MARSHALL, MRS. EDWARD ATHELSTAN (Sophia Howard). 

By right of descent from 
Col. John Eager Howard, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
John Chew, Major-Gen. John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, Colonel John Custis, 

Samuel Chew, M. D., Sir George Yeardley, 

Benjamin Chew, Col. Argall Yeardley, 

Rev. Thomas Airey, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, John Teackle. 

MARSTELLER, MRS. EMLYN HARRISON (Mariamne Clark Mason). 
By right of descent from Captain Henry Hooper, 



Robert Brooke, 
Richard Hall, 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Major Henry Hooper, 
Captain James Neale, 
Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 
Colonel Henry Ennalls, 
Colonel Gerard Fowke, 
Col. George Mason, I, 
Col. George Mason, HI, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, I, 
Hon. WilHam Murdock, 
Dr. William Murray 

of Cambridge, 
Colonel John Hynson, 
Richard Smith, 



Colonel John Addison, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, 
Gov. Richard Bennett, 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Col. Thomas Addison, 
Captain Benjamin Hall, 
Thomas Hynson, 
Col. George Mason, H, 
George Mason 

of " Gunston," 
Rev. Dan'l Maynadier, H, 
Lieut.-Col. Henry Lowe, 
Stevens Thomson, 
James Smith, 
Dr. William Murray 

of Chestertown. 



MARTIN, MISS MILDRED IGLEHART. 
By right of descent from Dr. Luke Barber, 
Charles Barber, James Martin. 

MARTIN, MRS. EUGENE (Anna Frances Blake). 

By right of descent from 

Captain Thomas Blake, Samuel Holdsworth, 

James Heighe, Richard Smith, Sr., 

Richard Smith, Jr., Henry Morgan. 



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MARTIN, MRS. GUILLERMO HOLTE (Mary Eugenia Curlett). 

By right of descent from Martin Eichelberger. 

MARTIN, MRS. JAMES PRESCOTT (Lucinda Hardin Hays). 

By right of descent from 

Thomas Helm, Nathaniel Pope, I. 



MASON, MISS GERTRUDE FRANCHOT. 

By right of descent from 
Major Anthony Armistead, Matthias Nicoll, 
Colonel Abraham Barnes, 
Major Robert King, 
Colonel Robert King, 
Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 



Colonel George Mason, 
Thomson Mason, 
Thomas Mumford, 
William Westwood. 



MASON, MRS. JOHN THOMSON (Helen Jackson). 
By right of descent from 
Olaff Stevense van Cortlandt, Capt. Edward Richmond, 
Matthias Nicoll, 
Hon. William Nicoll, 
Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 
Col. Jeremias Van Rensselaer, 



Edward Thurston, 
Thomas Mumford, 
Robert Sinclair, 
Capt. Joseph Sylvester. 



* MAUPIN, MISS AGNES MARSHALL. 



By right of 
Richard Townsend, 
Nicholas Martian, 
Augustine Warner, I, 
Thomas Marshall, 
Edward Jaqueline, 
John Lewis, I, 
Lewis Burwell, 
John Lewis, H, 



descent from 

Christopher Robinson, 
John Robinson, 
George Reade, 
Augustine Warner, II, 
William Randolph, 
Gerard Fowke, 
John Smith, 
Robert Carter. 



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MAUPIN, MISS MARGARET LEWIS. 

By right of descent from 
William Randolph, Edward Jaqueline, 

Colonel Gerard Fowke, John Lewis, 

Robert Carter, Capt. Rich'd Townshend, 

Christopher Robinson, George Reade, 

Augustine Warner, Augustine Warner, II. 



*MERCEIN, MRS. THOMAS ROYCE (Lucy Schley). 

By right of descent from John Thomas Schley, 
Robert Tyler, David Shriver, 

Rev. George Murdock, Capt. John Worthington, 

Colonel Baker Johnson, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 



MERRITT, MRS. J. ALFRED (Emma Wickes). 



By right of descent from 
Simon Wilmer, 
Robert Dunn, 
Robert Dunn, II, 
Michael Miller, 
Cornelius Comegys, 
Colonel Edward Lloyd, 
Captain Peregrine Frisby, 
Colonel William Hopper, 
Henry Sewall, 
Solomon Wright, 
Rev. Henry Nichols, 
James Lloyd, 
Colonel Joseph Nicholson, 
Colonel Samuel Chew, 
Captain James Smith, 
Thomas Hynson, 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, 



Major Joseph Wickes, 
William Harris, 
William Comegys, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
James Frisby, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Col. William Burgess, 
Michael Turbutt, 
Samuel Chamberlaine, 
Robert Grundy, 
Capt. Edward Burgess, 
John Chew, 
Colonel John Hynson, 
Major James Ringgold, 
Capt. Robert Vaughan, 
Col. Hans Hanson, 
Captain Daniel Pearce. 



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MESSENGER, MRS. NORTH OVERTON 
(Eudora Sampson Alden Goldsborough). 

By right of descent from Robert Goldsborough, I, 



John Goldsborough, I, 
John Goldsborough, II, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 
Seth Foster, 
Michael Turbutt, 
Foster Turbutt, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Hon. James Lloyd, 
Captain James Neale, 
Richard Tilghman, I, 
Richard Tilghman, II, 
George Robins, I, 
George Robins, II, 
Thomas Robins, 
Francis Cooke, 



Col. Thomas Hollyday, 
James Hollyday, 
Henry Hollyday, 
Samuel Chamberlaine, I, 
Robert Grundy, 
Thomas Homewood, 
John Alden, 
Myles Standish, 
Gov. William Bradford, 
William Mullins, 
Richard Warren, 
Stephen Hopkins, 
George Soule, 
Joseph Rogers, 
Thomas Rogers, 
Henry Sampson. 



MIDDLETON, MRS. HARVEY (Cornelia Speake Scribner). 

By right of descent from 
John Bouton, John Piatt. 



MILLER, MRS. LAURENCE MORTIMER (Sally Hoxton Randolph). 



By right of descent from 
William Randolph II, 
Peter Beverley, 
Charles Mynn Thurston, 
John Stith, 
Col. John Carter, 
Hon. John Carter, 
Edward Hill, 
John Armistead, 
Colonel William Burgess, 
Richard Harrison, 



Peter Randolph, 
William Randolph, I, 
Robert Boiling, 
Robert Beverly, 
Robert Boiling II, 
Robert Carter, 
Charles Carter of Clive, 
Edward Hill, Jr., 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Robert Brooke. 



70 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

MILLS, MRS. ABRAHAM GILBERT (Mary Chase Steele). 

By right of descent from 
Rev. Thomas Chase, Honorable Samuel Chase, 

Commodore Joshua Barney, Captain William Steele. 

MILLS, MRS. BALLINGER (Evy Waters). 
By right of descent from Thomas Stone. 

MILLS, MRS. JAMES J. (Mary Hill). 
By right of descent from Philip Thomas, 
Major Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Major Thomas Snowden, Nathaniel Pope. 

MILLSPAUGH, MRS. FRANK ROSEBROOK (Mary Clarkson). 
By right of descent from Governor Samuel Ogle. 

* MINOR, MISS KATHARINE BERKELEY. 

By right of descent from 

John Minor, John Carter, 

Robert Carter, Charles Carter, 

William Byrd, Col. William Byrd, 

Warham Horsmanden, Thomas Stegg, 

Col. Henry Willis, John Washington, 

Lawrence Washington, Nathaniel Pope, 

Augustine Warner, Col. Augustine Warner, 

George Reade, Capt. Nicholas Martian, 

Rev. James Pierpont, Rev. Thomas Hooker, 

Rev. Samuel Hooker, Captain Thomas Willit, 

John Brown, Joris Jansen Rapalje. 

MITCHELL, MRS. WALTER RISTEAU (Elizabeth Farnandis Mitchell). 
By right of descent from Samuel Hanson, 
Walter Hanson, Col. Edward Dorsey. 



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MONTELL, MRS. JOHN BARTOW (Alice Key Steuart). 
By right of descent from 



Dr. George Steuart, 
Hon. William Digges, 
Colonel Henry Sewall, 
Gov. Charles Calvert, 
Captain James Neale, 
Henry Ennalls, 
Major Thomas Nevett, 
Colonel Charles Hutchins, 
Major James Billings, 
Dr. William Murray, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, H, 
Lieut. John Ross Key, 
John Addison, 
Thomas Burford, 
George Plater, H, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 
Captain Luke Gardiner, 
Major William Boarman, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Edward Lloyd, H, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Tayloe, I, 
John Rousby, I, 



Gov. Edward Digges, 
Colonel Henry Lowe, 
Benedict Calvert, 
Gov. Richard Bennett, 
Henry Hooper, 
Henry Steele, 
Colonel John Rider, 
Major Thomas Hicks, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, I, 
Honorable Philip Key, 
John Ross, 

Colonel Thomas Addison, 
George Plater, I, 
Henry Morgan, 
Richard Gardiner, 
Major John Weire, 
Lieut.-Col. John Jarboe, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, HI, 
Henry Corbin, 
John Tayloe, H, 
John Rousby, H. 



MOORE, MRS. BENJAMIN P. (Florence Sparks). 
By right of descent from Richard Derby. 



MOORE, MRS. HARRY NASH (Browning Coleman). 
By right of descent from 



Richard Warfield, 
Col. William Burgess, 
Col. Henry Ridgely, 
John Chew, 
Capt. John Worthington, 



Capt. Edward Burgess, 
Judge Nicholas Ridgely, 
Col. Edward Dorsey, 
Col. Samuel Chew, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



MOORE, MRS. HENRY (Maria McBlair). 
By right of descent from Robert Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, Honorable John Dorsey. 

* MORRIS, MRS. CHARLES MANIGAULT 

(Clementine Hanson McAllister). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Richard McAllister, Captain Matthew Dill. 



MORRIS, MISS CLEMENTINA ROSALIE. 
By right of descent from 
Brig.-Gen. Lewis Morris, III, Hon. Lewis Morris, H, 



Hon. Lewis Morris, I, 
Major Abraham Staats, 
Lieut. William Beekman, 
Hon. Gabriel Manigault, 
Colonel Thomas Broughton, 
Henry Izard, 
Ralph Izard, II, 
Sir Nathaniel Johnson, 
Peter De Lancy, 
Olofif Stevens Van Cortland, 
Philip Pieterse Schuyler, 
Col. Richard McAllister, 



Colonel James Graham, 

Col. Gerardus Beekman, 

Hon. Peter Manigault, 

John Ashby, 

Hon. Joseph Wragg, 

Ralph Izard, 

Colonel Robert Johnson, 

A. du Thesee diastaigner, 
Stephanus Van Cortland, 
Cadwallader Golden, 

B. A. van Schlichtenhorst, 
Captain Matthew Dill. 



* MORRIS, MISS ELIZABETH MANIGAULT. 
By right of descent from 



Hon. Lewis Morris, I, 
Hon. Lewis Morris, III, 
Major Abraham Staats, 
Gabriel Manigault, 
Honorable Ralph Izard, 
Philip Pieterse Schuyler, 
Sir Nathaniel Johnson, 
Stephanus Van Cortlandt, 
Colonel Richard McAllister, 



Hon. Lewis Morris, II, 
Colonel James Graham, 
Lieut, William Beekman, 
Col. Thomas Broughton, 
Peter De Lancy, 
B. A. van Schlichtenhorst, 
Oloff S. Van Cortlandt, 
Hon. Cadwallader Golden, 
Captain Matthew Dill, 



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MORRISON, MRS. WILLIAM ANDREW (Elizabeth Francanna Jones). 
By right of descent from Colonel William Burgess, 
Captain Edward Burgess, Colonel Charles Warfield. 

MORTON, MRS. WILLIAM EDWIN (Lucy Slade Appleton). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel Samuel Appleton, Major Isaac Appleton, 
Hon. Samuel Symonds, Captain Thomas Baker, 

Hon. John Armistead, Major Lewis Burwell, 

Hon. James Bowles, Col. Thomas Addison, 

Colonel John Addison, Captain Thomas Tasker. 

MUDGE, MRS. EDMUND TILESTON (Caroline Florence Keyes). 
By right of descent from Governor John Brooks. 

*MULLAN, MRS. JOHN (Rebecca Williamson). 
By right of descent from 
Gerrit Van Sweringen, William Mitchell. 

MULLIKEN, MRS. HARRY SANDERSON (Elise Marsteller). 
By right of descent from 
Garrett van Swearingen, Col. Thomas Cresap, 

Captain Daniel Cresap, Lieut. Daniel Cresap, H, 

*MULLIKIN, MRS. RICHARD ODEN (Mary Blaine Hays). 

By right of descent from 
Ephraim Blaine, Joannes de Haes. 

MUNOZ, MRS. EDMUND A. (Lena Wise Custis). 
By right of descent from 
Major-Gen. John Custis, Colonel John Custis, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Lieut.-Col. John West, Col. Tully Robinson, 

Colonel John Wise, Col. William Custis, 

Randall Revell, Thomas Parramore. 



74 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

MURRAY, MRS. ANTHONY (Eva Murray). 
By right of descent from Dr. William Murray, 
Jervis Spencer, Colonel John Hynson, 

Robert Brooke, Captain James Neale. 

* MURRAY, MRS. FRANCIS KEY (Anna Morris). 
By right of descent from Anthony Morris, 
Charles Willing, Edward Shippen, 

Hon. Benedict Calvert, Gov. Charles Calvert. 

MYER, MRS. WILLIAM S. (Eleanor Teresa Laurenson). 

By right of descent from Charles Carroll, 

William Brent, Sir Dudley Digges, 

William Digges, Benjamin Rozer, 

Henry Darnall, Edward Digges, 

Henry Sewall, Clement Hill, Jr., 

Giles Brent, Thomas Notley. 

MYERS, MISS REBECCA. 
By right of descent from Dr. Luke Barber. 

NELSON, MRS. VALENTINE SEVIER (Katharine Marchand). 
By right of descent from Henry Corbin, 
William Presley, Peter Presley, H, 

Peter Presley, William Fitzhugh, 

Daniel McCarty, John Fitzhugh. 

NEWCOMER, MRS. WALDO (Margaret Vanderpoel). 
By right of descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt, 
Jeremias Van Rensselaer, Pieter Schuyler, 

Philip Pieterse Schuyler, B.A.Van Schlichtenhorst, 

David Pieterese Schuyler, Cornells Van Dyck, 
Hendrick Van Dyck, Melgert W. Vanderpoel, 

Abraham Ver Planck, Major Simon Willard. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 75 

* NICHOLAS, MISS CARY ANN. 
By right of descent from 
Robert Carter Nicholas, Colonel John Carter, 

Hon. Robert Carter, Colonel Miles Cary, I, 

Colonel Wilson Cary, John Armistead, 

Captain Thomas Taylor, Col. William Wilson. 

NICHOLAS, MISS ELIZABETH CARY, 

By right of descent from 
Robert Carter Nicholas, Colonel John Carter, 

Hon. Robert Carter, Colonel Miles Cary, I, 

Colonel Miles Cary, H, Colonel Wilson Cary, 

Colonel John Armistead, Captain Thomas Taylor, 

Colonel William Wilson, Edward Ambler. 

NICHOLAS, MRS. WILSON CARY (Augusta Moale). 
By right of descent from 
John Moale, John Moale, II, 

Major-Gen. John Hammond, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 

NICHOLLS, MISS JOSEPHINE HAMILTON. 
By right of descent from 
John Winder, William Winder. 

NICHOLSON, MRS. CHARLES G. (Emilie Jane Goldsborough). 
By right of descent from 
Robert Goldsborough, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Charles Goldsborough, Capt. John Worthington, 

Hon. Robert Goldsborough, Thomas Worthington, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Nicholas Worthington, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, Joseph Ennalls. 

NIEDRINGHAUS, MRS. THOMAS K. (Hennie Brown Johnson). 
By right of descent from Colonel William Burgess, 
Colonel Samuel Chew, Captain Edward Burgess, 

John Chew of Va., Richard Warfield, 

Alexander Warfield, Alex. Warfield oi Richard. 



76 LIST OF MEMBERS. . 

NORRIS, MISS MARY MANSFIELD. 
By right of descent from Benjamin B. Norris. 

NORRIS, MRS. OWEN (Margaret Tilghman Owen). 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

William Tilghman, Edward Lloyd, I, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, James Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Robert Grundy, 

Richard Woolman, Gerrit Van Sweringen, 

John Gibson, Robert Polk. 

NORTON, MRS. JOHN HATLEY (Louisa Key Green). 
By right of descent from George Plater, I, 
George Plater, II, George Plater, III, 

John Rousby, I, John Rousby, II. 

OBER, MRS. ROBERT (Rosa Woolfolk). 
By right of descent from 
Secretary Thomas Nelson, William Byrd, 
Major John Nelson, William Byrd, II, 

Colonel John Page, William Byrd, III, 

Hon. Matthew Page, Colonel John Carter, 

Hon. Mann Page, Hon. Robert Carter. 

* O'DONNELL, MRS. COLUMBUS (Caroline Jenkins). 

By right of descent from Sir Edmund Plowden, 
Thomas Gerard, Captain Robert Slye, 

Captain Gerard Slye, Governor Giles Brent. 

OFFLEY, MRS. CLELAND N. (Margaret Agnew Greenlees). 

By right of descent from John Bissell, 
James Agnew, Edward Griswold, 

William Phelps, Joseph Phelps. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. "JJ 

ORRICK, MRS. HENRY ABERT (Martha Burroughs Levering). 
By right of descent from Solomon Wright, 
Solomon Wright, Jr., William Coursey. 

OWEN, MRS. WILLIAM TILGHMAN (Mary Buchanan). 

By right of descent from 
Hon. Thomas McKean, Edward Lloyd, I, 

Philemon Lloyd, Edward Lloyd, II, 

Edward Lloyd, III, Edward Lloyd, IV, 

Captain James Neale, Dr. George Buchanan, 

Gen. Andrew Buchanan, Col. John Tayloe. 

PAGE, MRS. WILLIAM C. (Rosalie Bell Williams). 

By right of descent from Carter Braxton, 

Hon. Robert Carter, Colonel John Carter, 

Christopher Robinson, Col. Moore Fauntleroy, 

Colonel Thomas Marshall, William Randolph, 

John Armistead, William Colston, 

Major William Gooch, Colonel William Travers, 

Col. Isaac Allerton, Elder William Brewster, 

Gov. Isaac Allerton, Christopher Wormley, 

Capt. Thomas Willoughby, Rev. John Camm. 

PALFREY, MRS. HENRY (Annie Sterling Cullen). 
By right of descent from John Dent. 

*PARET, MRS. WILLIAM (Sarah Hayden). 
By right of descent from Henry Wolcott, 
Simon Wolcott, Roger Wolcott, 

Roger Newbury, John Mason, 

William Bradford, Major William Bradford. 

PARKER, MRS. JAMES P. (Mary Buchanan McPherson). 

By right of descent from 
Robert McPherson, Wm. Fitzhugh of Va., 

Wm. Fitzhugh of Md., Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Col. William Burgess. 



78 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

PARRAN, MRS. JAMES BOURNE (Jeannette Briscoe Thomas). 

By right of descent from 

Major William Thomas, Colonel John Jarboe, 

Major William Boarman, Gov. Robert Brooke, 

Colonel Baker Brooke, Gov. Leonard Calvert, 

Richard Marsham, Captain Luke Gardiner, 

Colonel John Courts, Captain Robert Henley, 

Colonel Philip Briscoe, Captain John Briscoe, 

Samuel Briscoe, Col. Humphrey Warren, 

Governor William Stone, John Stone, 

Captain Thomas Stone, Richard Boughton, 

Judge Walter Hanson, Samuel Hanson, 

John Hanson, John Courts. 

PARSONS, MRS. JOEL BURTON (Amelia Griffith Andrews). 
By right of descent from Rev. James Macgill, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Colonel Henry Grififith, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Henry Ridgely, Richard Hall. 

PAYNE, MRS. GEORGE HOUSON (Imogene Barron Berry). 

By right of descent from Sir George Yeardley, 
Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Capt. Adam Thorowgood. 

PAYNE, MISS KATHARINE EDMONDS. 
By right of descent from 
Sir George Yeardley, William Edmonds, 

Capt. Adam Thorowgood, Hon. Rice Hooe, 
Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Col. Henry Meese, 
John Payne, Richard Townshend. 

PAYSON, MRS. HERBERT (Sally Carroll Brown). 
By right of descent from 
Charles Carroll, Colonel Henry Darnall. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 79 

PEARRE, MRS. AUBREY, JR. (Frances Moncure Lyon). 

By right of descent from 
Richard Hall, Colonel John Armistead, 

Colonel Elihu Hall, Colonel Lewis Burwell, 

Colonel Thomas Hammond, Colonel John Chiswell, 
Honorable Thomas Nelson, Colonel Gerard Fowke, 
Col. William Randolph, H, Colonel Edwin Conway. 

PEARRE, MISS MARY SMITH WORTHINGTON. 

By right of descent from Richard Smith, 
Colonel Walter Smith, Col. William Burgess, 

Walter Smith, Jr., Act'g-Gov. Rob't Brooke, 

Dr. Clement Smith, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Richard Hall, Colonel Thomas Brooke, 

Honorable Henry Sewall, Colonel Thomas Price, 

Major Nicholas Sewall, Capt. John Worthington. 

PENNIMAN, MRS. GEORGE DOBBIN (Harriet Wilson Dushane). 
By right of descent from Governor Robert Brooke, 
Roger Brooke, Captain James Neale, 

Richard Smith, Richard Smith, Jr., 

John Broome, Captain John Broome, 

Thomas Howe, James Somervell, 

Col. Alexander Somervell, James Duke. 

PENNIMAN, MRS. NICHOLAS G. (Rebecca Dobbin). 

By right of descent from 

Colonel John Dorsey, Caleb Dorsey, Jr., 

Richard Hill, Thomas Rutter, 

Caleb Dorsey, Thomas Rutter, Jr. 

PENNIMAN, MRS. NICHOLAS GRIFFITH (Helen Fraser). 

By right of descent from John Sanford, 
William Coddington, I, Rev. James Noyes, I, 

William Coddington, H, Rev. James Noyes, H, 

Governor Peleg Sanford, Thomas Noyes. 



80 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

PENNIMAN, MISS REBECCA. 
By right of descent from 
Col. Henry Griffith, Captain John Norwood, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Captain John Dorsey, 
Thomas Todd, Captain Lancelot Todd, 

Colonel Edward Dorsey, Col. Henry Ridgely, 

Thomas Sprigg, Rev. James Macgill, 

Col. Henry Ridgely, Jr., William Jones, 

Caleb Dorsey, Caleb Dorsey, Jr., 

Captain Richard Hill, Thomas Rutter, 

Thomas Rutter, Jr., Dr. Michael Pue. 

PENNINGTON, MISS ELIZABETH LLOYD. 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Edward Lloyd, I, Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 

Col. Philemon Lloyd, Col. William Burgess, 

Col. Edward Lloyd, IV, Colonel John Winder, 

Henry Corbin, Gov. Levin Winder, 

Col. John Tayloe, H, Major Nicholas Sewall. 

* PHENIX, MISS FLORENCE. 
By right of descent from 
Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Walter Smith, Jr., Dr. Clement Smith, 

Gov. Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Price. 

*PHILPOT, MISS MARY DENNISON. 

By right of descent from Brian Philpot, 
Ensign Brian Philpot, John Chew, 

Samuel Chew, Dr. George Buchanan, 

General Andrew Buchanan, Colonel Walter Smith, 
Richard Hall, governor Robert Brooke, 

Major Thomas Brooke, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Col. Nicholas Sewall, Col. William Burgess. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



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PILLING, MRS. JAMES C. (Minnie Harper). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Gilbert Ireland, Colonel George Dent, 

Colonel William Dent, Thomas Dent, 

Adam Thorowgood, Colonel Gerard Fowke. 



PITTS, MRS. SULLIVAN (Ellen Lloyd Goldsborough). 



By right of descent from 
Charles Goldsborough, 
Col. Richard Tilghman, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 
John Moore, 
William Moore, 
Walter Dickinson, 
Samuel Dickinson, 
Bartholomew Ennalls, 
Colonel Henry Ennalls, 
Joseph Ennalls, 
Captain James Neale, 
Henry Morgan, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Col. Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, H, 
Edward Lloyd, HI, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
James Lloyd, 
Capt. Thomas Tasker, 
Major Henry Hooper, 
Thomas Hynson, 
Thomas Burford, 
Dr. William Murray 

of Cambridge, 
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Robert Goldsborough, 
Robert Grundy, 
Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, 
Rev. Dan'l Maynadier, II, 
John Rousby, 
John Rousby, II, 
Col. William Tayloe, 
Colonel John Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, II, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Henry Corbin, 
William Tilghman, 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, 
Dr. John Brooke, 
Michael Brooke, 
Colonel John Addison, 
Hon. Thomas Addison, 
Capt. Henry Hooper, 
James Smith, 
Col. John Hynson, 
Major David Gwyn, 
Dr. William Murray 

of Chestertown. 



82 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

POE, MRS. S. JOHNSON (Laura Lee Cromwell). 
By right of descent from Robert Higginson, 
Benjamin Harrison, I, Col. Augustine Warner, 

Benjamin Harrison, H, Robert Beverly, 

John Carter, John Armistead, 

Philip Ludwell, I, Philip Ludwell, II, 

Robert Carter, William Fowler, 

William Randolph, Peter Beverley, 

John Grymes, Hon. Lewis Burwell, 

Sir John Randolph, Philip Grymes, 

Nathaniel Burwell, Carter Burwell, 

Capt. Jonathan Fowler, Capt. John Johnson. 

POLK, MRS. WILLIAM STEWART (Louisa Ellen Minor Anderson). 
By right of descent from 
Garland Anderson, Garrett Minor. 

POLLARD, MRS. WALTER W. (Katharine Gordon McCoy). 

By right of descent from Marmaduke Tilden, 
Charles Tilden, Isaac Handy. 

PONDER, MRS. JAMES WAPLES (Georgie May Taylor). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Hey ward. 
Judge Thos. Heyward, Jr., Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 
Hon. Thomas Shubrick, Hon. George McCall, I, 

Colonel John Godfrey, Hon. Isaac de la Motte, 

Hon. Jasper Yeates, James Sanderlain. 

*POULTNEY, MRS. EUGENE (Leila Livingston Minis). 

By right of descent from 
Robert Livingston, Col. Philip Livingston, 

Robert Livingston, II, John Swift, I, 

John Swift, II, Colonel Jacob Kollock, 

Hercules Sheppeard, Captain John Avery. 



XTST OF MEMBERS. 



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POWELL, MRS. WILLIAM M. (Emma Boyd Hatch). 
By right of descent from 
Mark Eames, Anthony Eames, 

Jeremiah Hatch, Major Robert Rogers, 

Richard Warren, John Alden, 

WilUam Pabody, Rev. James MacGregor. 



POWELL, MRS. WILLIAM S. (Elizabeth Bowen Smith). 
By right of descent from 



Elder WilHam Brewster, 
Jonathan Brewster, 
John Alden, 
Rev. Thomas Thacher, 
Lieut. Francis Peabody, 
William Collier, 
Capt. Jonathan Starr, 



Constant Southworth, 
Rev. Ralph Partridge, 
Capt. George Denison, 
Capt. Robert Denison, 
William Mullins, 
Thomas Stanton, 
Samuel Starr. 



PRESTON, MISS ALICE WILKS. 
By right of descent from James Preston, 



Ensign Daniel Scott, 
Capt. Edward Burgess, 
Col. John Chew, 
Col. Charles Warfield, 
Richard Warfield, 
Lieut. Michael Kimmel, 
Capt. John Risteau, 
Capt. Edward Hammond, 
Capt. Henry Hooper, 
William Travers, 



James Preston, H, 
Hon. William Burgess, 
Col. Samuel Chew, 
Thomas Bond, 
Alexander Warfield, 
Richard Warfield, H, 
Jacob Bond, 
Capt. John Keene, 
Hon. Henry Hooper, 
John McClaster. 



PRESTON, MRS. JAMES HARRY (Helen Fiske Jackson). 

By right of descent from 
Capt. Edward Hammond, Captain John Keene, 
Capt. Henry Hooper, I, Henry Hooper, 

William Travers, John McClaster. 



84 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

PRICE, MRS. GEORGE E. (Sallie A. Dorsey). 

By right of descent from Honorable John Dorsey, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Col. Henry Griffith, 
Major Charles Hammond, John Hammond. 

PRICE, MRS. STERLING W. (Mary Sterling). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Todd. 

PRICE, MRS. WILLIAM M. (Virginia Boyle). 
By right of descent from 
Christopher Gist, Captain Richard Gist. 

PRICHARD, MRS. HENRY LEWIS (Emma Walker). 
By right of descent from John Thomas Schley. 

PRINGLE, MRS. ERNEST H. (Nellie Thomas McColl). 
By right of descent from Christopher Thomas. 

QUEEN, MISS NORA ANTHONY. 

By right of descent from Captain Luke Gardiner. 

RADCLIFFE, MRS. GEORGE L. (Mary McKim Marriott). 

By right of descent from 
Maj.-Gen. John Hammond, John Bracco. 

RAMSAY, MRS. HENRY ASHTON (Julia White Cooke). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Henry Whiting, Colonel Peter Beverly. 

RANDALL, MRS. ALEXANDER BARTON (Jane Randolph Harrison). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Nathaniel Harrison, William Byrd, HI, 
Benjamin Harrison, Capt. Thomas Stegge, 

Hon. Cole Digges, Warham Horsmanden, 

Hon. Dudley Digges, Sir Warham St. Leger, 

Col. William Cole, Charles Willing. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 85 

RAWLINGS, MRS. LLOYD (Jane Patterson). 

By right of descent from 
Gerrit Van Sweringen, Colonel Thomas Cresap. 

REDWOOD, MRS. FRANK T. (Mary Buchanan Coale). 
By right of descent from 

Thomas McKean, Colonel William Burgess, 

Dr. George Buchanan, Captain John Dorsey, 

General Andrew Buchanan, Colonel John Dorsey, 

Joseph Borden, Thomas Todd, 

Thomas Hopkinson, Lancelot Todd, 

Colonel William Hammond, John Hammond, 

Richard Smith, Col. Thomas Hammond, 

Colonel Walter Smith, David Lynn, 

Walter Smith, Jr., Thomas Hawkins, 

Richard Hall, Capt. Richard Snowden, 

Acting-Gov. Robert Brooke, Richard Snowden, Jr., 

Major Thomas Brooke, Major Richard Ewen, 

Richard Brooke, Lieut. Philip Thomas, 

Captain James Neale, Richard Warfield, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Francis Hutchins, 

Major Nicholas Sewall, Roger Gross. 

REED, MRS. WILLIAM (Emilie McKim). 
By right of descent from 
William Ashfordley, Thomas Beatty, 

Andreas Bengston, Gov. Jean Paul Jacquett, 

John Beatty, Gunning Bedford. 

REYNOLDS, MRS. WILLIAM (Nora Meade Lightfoot). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Philip Lightfoot, Col. Aug. Warner, Jr., 

Lieut. Philip Lightfoot, George Reade, 

John Lewis, Henry Corbin, 

Colonel Charles Lewis, John Taliaferro. 



86 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

RICHARDSON, MRS. ALBERT LEVIN (Hester Dorsey). 

By right of descent from 
Ensign John Dorsey, Lieut.-Col. John McKeele, 

Captain John Keene, Benjamin Keene. 

*RIDGELY, MRS. CHARLES (Margaretta Sophia Howard). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Eager Howard, 
Robert Ridgely, Colonel John Dorsey, 

Samuel Chew, Captain Richard Hill, 

Charles Ridgely, John Chew, 

Dr. Samuel Chew, Benjamin Chew. 

RIDGELY, MRS. JOHN (Helen West Stewart). 
By right of descent from Elder William Brewster, 
John Alden, Captain Miles Standish, 

William Collier, Captain John Morton, 

Brian Philpot, Samuel Chew. 

RIEMAN, MRS. CHARLES ELLET (Elizabeth Taylor Goodwin). 
By right of descent from 
Lyde Goodwin, Robert Ridgely, 

Colonel Charles Ridgely, Captain John Dorsey, 

Captain James Blount, John Blount, 

Charles Worth Blount, Zebulon Clayton. 

* RIEMAN, MRS. JOSEPH H. (Anne Lowe). 

By right of descent from 

Joris Jansen Rapalje, Pieter P. Van Nest. 

♦RINGGOLD, MRS. JAMES TRAPIER (Isabelle Elizabeth Egerton). 
By right of descent from Captain John Hall, 
Aquilla Carvil Hall, Colonel Thomas White. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. S^ 

♦RITCHIE, MRS. JOHN (Betty Harrison Maulsby). 
By right of descent from 
Governor Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 
Colonel Thomas Brooke, Alexander Contee. 



ROBBINS, MRS. HENRY S. (Frances Fuller Johnston). 

By right of descent from Major John Stith, 
Drury Stith, Griffin Stith, 

Major William Buckner, Edmund Hobart, 

William Bassett of Mass., Gov. Thomas Dudley. 



ROBERTS, MRS. JOHN B. (Mary M. Ellicott). 

By right of descent from Philip Thomas, 

Captain Francis Hutchins, Evan Thomas. 



ROBERTSON, MRS. CHARLES E. (Lee Campbell Henry). 

By right of descent from 
Col. John Henry, Col. Charles Hutchins, 

Col. John Rider, Major Thomas Hicks, 

Major James Billings, Major Thomas Nevett, 

Henry Steele, Bartholomew Ennalls, 

Dr. William Murray, Rev. Daniel Maynadier, 

Rev. Daniel Maynadier, H, Major Henry Hooper, 
Capt. Henry Hooper, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Robert Goldsborough, I, John Goldsborough, I, 

Foster Turbutt, Michael Turbutt, 

Seth Foster, Henry Ennalls. 



ROBERTSON, MRS. HARRISON (Marion Morgan Richardson). 
By right of descent from 
Major Richard Ewen, Lieut. Philip Thomas, 

Francis Hutchins, William Richardson. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

ROBINSON, MRS. DAVID M. (Helen Tudor Haskell). 

By right of descent from Hon. Henry Wolcott, 
Captain Simon Wolcott, Gov. Roger Wolcott, 

Captain Roger Newbury, Major John Mason, 

Gov. William Bradford, Major William Bradford. 

ROBINSON, MISS LOUISA HALL. 
By right of descent from 
John Brewer, Charles Willson Peale, 

Captain John Hall, Colonel John Hall, 

Col. Josias Carvil Hall, Richard Gist, 

Hon. William Cattell, Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 

Colonel John Godfrey, James Sanderlain, 

Hon. Jasper Yeates, Hon. William Smith. 

* ROGERS, MRS. CHARLES LYON (Ann Rebecca Grogan). 
By right of descent from Gerrit Van Sweringen. 

ROGERS, MRS. HENRY W. (Fanny Johnson Dennis). 

By right of descent from Donnack Dennis, 
Col. Nathaniel Littleton, John Dennis, 

Randall Revell, Col. Southey Littleton, 

Darby Lux, Hon. James Saunders, 

Robert McPherson, Thomas Jennings, 

Gov. Thomas Johnson, Edmund Scarburgh. 

ROGERS, MRS. JAMES SMITH, JR. (Eleanore White). 
By right of descent from Richard Smith. 

ROSENBERG, MRS. HENRY (MoUie Ragan Macgill). 
By right of descent from Rev. James Macgill. 

ROSS, MISS MARY HILL. 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry, 
Col. Henry Ridgely, I, Major Edward Dorsey. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 89 

ROUS, MRS. CHARLES (Frances A. Wood). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Nash. 

* ROWLAND, MISS ELIZABETH MASON. 
By right of descent from 
Col. George Mason, I, Col. George Mason, TI, 

Col. George Mason, III, Thomas Mason, 

Major Abraham Barnes, Stevens Thomson, 

Col. Gerard Fowke, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 

Capt. Anthony Armistead, Capt. Robert Armistead. 

ROWLEY, MRS. C. W. (Margaret Hughes Armstrong). 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Armstrong, B. A. Van Schlichtenhorst, 

Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler, Col. Peter Schuyler, 
Robert Livingston, Col. Henry Beekman, I, 

Col. Henry Beekman, II, Rip van Damm, 

Col. John Armstrong, Robert Livingston, II, 

Kiliaen van Rensselaer, Col. Peter Schuyler. 

*RUFF, MRS. WILLIAM E. (Martha Parker Ramsay). 

By right of descent from David Ramsay, 
Philip Key, Dr. Gustavus Brown, 

Colonel Henry Whiting, Peter Beverly. 

RUMBOLD, MRS. CUMBERLAND HOLLINS (Emma Wilson). 
By right of descent from Hon. James Saunders, 
Edmund Craske, Darby Lux, 

Captain John Craske, Daniel Bowly, 

Captain John James, Lieut. Thomas McKim. 

RUSSELL, MRS. ALEXANDER (Anna Blanche Pumell). 
By right of descent from Colonel Obedience Robins. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



RUTHERFORD, MRS. SAMUEL McPHERSON (Florence Murray Lyster). 



By right of descent from 

Gov. Giles Brent, Col. Richard Lee, I, 

William Brent, 

Col. Richard Lee, II, 

Thomas Ludwell Lee, 

Philip Ludwell, II, 

Governor Edward Digges, 

Colonel John Carter, 



Robert Wormley Carter, 
Benjamin Harrison, I, 
Ralph Wormley, I, 
Col. William Aylette, 
Col. John Armistead, 



Governor Thomas Lee, 
Philip Ludwell, I, 
Sir Dudley Digges, 
Dep'y-Gov. Wm. Digges, 
Gov. Robert Carter, 
Landon Carter, 
Benjamin Harrison, II, 
Ralph Wormley, II, 
Col. Henry Darnall, 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Colonel Henry Corbin. 



SCHENCK, MISS MARY SHIPPEN. 
By right of descent from Major Henry Schenck, 



Zachariah Maccubbin, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Captain James Neale, 
Robert Ridgely, 
Captain Richard Hill, 
Caleb Dorsey, 
Dr. George Buchanan, 
Thomas Rutter, Jr., 



Dr. Charles Carroll, 
Col. Philemon Lloyd, 
Colonel John Dorsey, 
Charles Ridgely, 
Nicholas Maccubbin, 
Caleb Dorsey, Jr., 
Thomas Rutter, 
Dr. Michael Pue. 



SCHLEICHER, MRS. GEORGE JOHNSTON (Lou Lane). 

By right of descent from Major Samuel Lane. 



SCHLEY, MISS ELEANOR A. TYLER MURDOCH. 

By right of descent from Captain John Worthington, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Robert Tyler, 
George Murdock, John Thomas Schley, 

David Shriver, Col. Baker Johnson. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 91 

SEMMES, MRS. JOHN K (Frances Carnan Hay ward). 
By right of descent from 
John Risteau, John Robert HolHday, 

Col. John Addison, I, Col. Thomas Addison, 

Captain Thomas Tasker, Captain Thomas Todd. 

SEMPLE, MRS. PERCY (Meta Powell Hollyday). 
By right of descent from James Hollyday, 
Levin Powell, Humphrey Brooke, 

Dr. Richard Tilghman, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Col. Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, George Robbins. 

SHACKELFORD, MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS (Rachel Hall Estep). 
By right of descent from 
Lt.-Col. Edward Tillard, Rev. Henry Hall, 

Thomas Wells, Captain Thomas Besson, 

Col. Nicholas Gassaway, Richard Wells, 

Capt. Thomas Stockett, Robert Franklin, 

Major John Welsh, Col. John Welsh. 

SHAVER, MRS. CLEMENT L. (Katherine Upshur Neale). 
By right of descent from Governor George Yeardley, 
Francis Hopkinson, Randall Revell, 

Capt. Adam Thorowgood, Major-Gen. John Custis. 

SHAWHAN, MRS. CHARLES S. (Narcisse Tayloe Maupin). 

By right of descent from Colonel John Tayloe, I, 
Colonel John Tayloe, H, Governor Samuel Ogle, 

Henry Corbin, Hon. Benjamin Tasker, 

Hon. George Plater, William Bladen. 

SHIELDS, MRS. VAN WINDER (Amelia Eliza Kittrell). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Samuel Chew, John Chew, 

Colonel William Burgess, Capt. Edward Burgess. 



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SHIPPEN, MRS. EDWARD (Rebecca Lloyd Nicholson). 
By right of descent from 



Col. Joseph Nicholson, 
Joseph Nicholson, Jr., 
Col. William Burgess, 
Capt. Edward Burgess, 
Capt. James Smith, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Col. Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, II, 
Edward Lloyd, III, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
John Rousby, I, 
Henry Morgan, 
Col. William Tayloe, 



Col. John Tayloe, I, 
Col. John Tayloe, II, 
Henry Corbin, 
Atty.-Gen. George Plater, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Col. John Addison, I, 
Capt. James Neale, 
Lt.-Col. John West, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Sir George Yeardley, 
Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 
Gov. Richard Bennett, 
Hon. Chas. Scarborough. 



SHOEMAKER, MRS. EDWARD (Elizabeth Hall TurnbuU). 
By right of descent from 



Captain John Hall, 
Colonel John Hall, 
Colonel Josias Carvil Hall, 
Hon. William Smith, 
Richard Gist, 
Hon. William Cattell, 
Captain Benjamin Cattell, 
Colonel John Godfrey, 
James Sanderlain, 
Hon. Jasper Yeates, 
Hon. John Gushing, 
Hon. John Gushing, II, 
Hon. John Gushing, III, 
Thomas Wallingford, 
Colonel John Gushing, 



John Tuttle, 

Lieut. Nathaniel Holmes, 
Captain John Thaxter, 
Lieut. Roger Matthews, 
Capt. Christopher Gist, 
Capt, John Godfrey, 
Major John Carvill, 
Judge John Tuttle, 
Captain Roger Clapp, 
Nicholas Jacob, 
Roger Matthews, Jr., 
Hon. James Calhoun, 
Edward Beadle, 
Robert Buchanan, 
Capt. Thomas Morgan. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 93 

SIBOUR, VICOMTESSE HENRI DE (Margaret Clagett). 

By right of descent from Augustine Herman, 
James Frisby, John Brice, II, 

Dr. Charles Carroll, Edward Lloyd, 

Philemon Lloyd, Zachariah Maccubbin. 

SINCLAIR, MRS. ARTHUR (Elizabeth Darnall). 
By right of descent from 
Col. Henry Darnall, Henry Darnall, 

Lieut. Isaac Shelby, Colonel William Digges, 

Governor Edward Digges, Honorable Henry Sewall. 

SIOUSSAT, MRS. ALBERT WILLIS (Annie Middleton Leakin). 
By right of descent from 
William Hatton, Colonel William Burgess, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Acting-Gov. Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 
Captain Thomas Middleton, Richard Harrison, 
Elisha Hall, Henry Hooper. 

SIZER, MRS. THOMAS M. (Virginia Moss Jones). 
By right of descent from John Chew, 
Samuel Chew, Robert Goldsborough, 

Charles Goldsborough, Hon. Robt. Goldsborough, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Bartholomew Ennalls, 
Joseph Ennalls, Michael Turbutt, 

Foster Turbutt, William Bowie, 

David Lynn, David Hunter. 

SLINGLUFF, MRS. FIELDER C. (Mary Johnston). 
By right of descent from 
Hon. Robert Morris, John Moale, I, 

Maj.-Gen. John Hammond, Col. Nicholas Greenberry. 



94 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

SLINGLUFF, MRS. JESSE (Kathleen Kernan). 
By right of descent from James Avery. 

SLOO, MRS. THOMAS (Nanine Maria Brent). 
By right of descent from 
Captain George Brent, Gov. Florentius Seymour, 

Hon. Henry Sewall, Joshua Doyne, 

Col. Jesse Wharton, Captain James Neale. 

SMITH, MRS. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (Mary Dorsey Evans). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Dorsey, 
Maj.-Gen. John Hammond, Col. Henry Ridgely, 
Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Caleb Dorsey. 
Col. Edward Dorsey, Richard Warfield. 

SMITH, MRS. BRYANT (Mary A. Decker). 
By right of descent from Frederick Decker. 

* SMITH, MRS. CHANDLER PRICE (Henrietta Gaither). 
By right of descent from Colonel William Burgess, 
Colonel Edward Dorsey, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Colonel John Dorsey, Capt. John Worthington, 

Colonel Walter Tolley, Thomas Tolley, 

Robert Ridgely, Charles Ridgely. 

SMITH, MISS CLEMENTINE. 
By right of descent from 
Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Walter Smith, Jr., Dr. Clement Smith, 

Gov. Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Price. 

* SMITH, MRS. FREDERICK HENRY (Elizabeth Gairdner). 
By right of descent from Barnaby McKinnie. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 95 

SMITH, MRS. ROBERT CLINTON (Mary Elizabeth Rhoads Smith). 
By right of descent from 
Daniel Smith, Robert Smith, 

Daniel Smith, Jr., William Cooper, 

Joseph Cooper, Mahlon Stacy, 

Hon. John Smith of Pa., Thomas Raper, 
Joseph Kirkbride, Mahlon Kirkbride, 

John Bacon, John Blunsion, 

Colonel Edward Thomas, Robert Lucas. 

SMITH, MISS SALLIE COX. 
By right of descent from 
Richard Smith, Colonel Walter Smith, 

Waher Smith, Jr., Dr. Clement Smith, 

Governor Robert Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Price. 

SMITH, MRS. THOMAS J. (Elise C. Bennett). 
By right of descent from Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Judge Nicholas Ridgely, Colonel Edward Dorsey, 

Colonel Nicholas Greenberry, Major Henry Filmer, 
Captain John Worthington, Edward Payne, 
Colonel William Burgess, Major Robert Harris. 

SMITH, MRS. THOMAS MARSH (Helen Randolph Parry). 

By right of descent from Nathaniel Fitz-Randolph, 
Edw. Fitz-Randolph, Richard Hartshome, 

Thomas Watson, Thomas Canby. 

* SMITH, MISS VIRGINIA HOPE BRYANT. 
By right of descent from Anthony Walke, 
Anthony Walke, Jr., Colonel Anthony Lawson, 

Colonel Richard Lee, Hon. John Armistead, 

Colonel Edward Moseley, Edward Hack Moseley, 
Colonel William Kendall, Captain John Gookin, 

Hon. Lewis Burwell, Capt. Adam Thorowgood. 



96 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

* SMITH, MRS. VIRGINIA McBLAIR. 
By right of descent from Robert Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, Colonel John Dorsey. 

SMYTHE, MRS. T. B. (Ella Calvert Campbell). 
By right of descent from Governor Charles Calvert, 
Lt.-Col. Micajah Williamson, Hon. Benedict Calvert, 
Col. Thomas Goldthwaite, Colonel James Martin. 

SOWELL, MRS. ALBERT BINGHAM (Nancy Katherine Wade). 
By right of descent from Captain Samuel Magruder, 
John Brewer, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Captain Edward Burgess, Colonel William Burgess, 
Samuel Chew, I, John Chew, I. 

* SPENCER, MRS. JERVIS (Julia Williamson). 
By right of descent from 
Gerrit Van Sweringen, William Mitchell. 

STANTON, MISS ELIZABETH BRANDON. 
By right of descent from 
Capt. Moses Chapline, Col. Moses C. Chapline. 

STEELE, MRS. JOHN MURRAY (Gertrude Wyoming Brooks). 
By right of descent from William Gay lord, 
Edward Stebbins, Captain John Stanley, 

William Phelps, Capt. Timothy Phelps, 

Edward Griswold, Sir William Lovelace, 

Sir William Lovelace, H, Sir William Barnes. 

STEUART, MISS HENRIETTA. 
By right of descent from 
Dr. George Steuart, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Colonel William Digges, Bartholomew Ennalls, 

Colonel Henry Ennalls, Hon. Henry Sewall. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 97 

STEUART, MRS. JAMES H. (Ellen Lavinia Duvall). 

By right of descent from 

John Duvall, Cornelius Howard. 

* STEUART, MISS MARY ELIZABETH. 
By right of descent from 
Dr. George Steuart, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Colonel William Digges, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Colonel Henry Ennalls, Bartholomew Ennalls. 

STILES, MRS. EDMUND (Monterey Watson Randall). 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Luke Barber, (Charles Barber. 



STIRLING, MRS. YATES (Ellen Salisbury Hayley). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant James Briggs, 
Joseph Tilden, Jr., Thomas Bourne, 

John Doane, Thomas Hinckley. 

STOCKBRIDGE, MRS. HENRY, JR. (Helen Maria Smith). 

By right of descent from 
Lieutenant Samuel Smith, Captain Luke Smith, 
Gov. John Webster, Ensign Chileab Smith, 

Major Aaron Cook, Captain Samuel Barnard. 

STOKES, MISS ANNA CHARLTON. 

By right of descent from 
Samuel Chamberlaine, George Robins, 

Robert Tyler, Captain James Neale, 

Edward Lloyd, George Murdoch. 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



STOKES, MISS ELIZA HUGHES. 

By right of descent from 
Samuel Chamberlaine, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Robert Tyler, Captain James Neale, 

Thomas Robins, Dr. Richard Tilghman, 

George Robins, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

Edward Lloyd, Rev. George Murdock. 



STORY, MRS. B. T. (Jeannie Washington Campbell). 
By right of descent from Colonel Gerard Fowke, 
Capt. Richard Townshend, Colonel Henry Ashton. 



SUDLER, MRS. CARROLL HOPKINS (Susan Culbreth). 
By right of descent from Hon. George Wilson of " Broadneck." 



SULLIVAN, MRS. FELIX R. 
By right of 
Dr. George Buchanan, 
Thomas McKean, 
Richard Smith, 
Walter Smith, Jr., 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Col. William Burgess, 
Col. Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, HI, 
Captain James Neale, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, 
Col. John Tayloe, I, 
Henry Corbin, 
John Rousby, I, 
Col. John Addison, I, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 



(Elizabeth Tayloe Buchanan), 
descent from 

Gen. Andrew Buchanan, 
Joseph Borden, 
Col. Walter Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Edward Lloyd, I, 
Edward Lloyd, H, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
Rev. Daniel Maynadier, I, 

n. Col. William Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, H, 
Hon. George Plater, 
John Rousby, H, 
Col. Thomas Addison, 
Henry Morgan. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 99 

SULLIVAN, MISS MARY. 
By right of descent from 
Gen. Andrew Buchanan, Richard Smith, 

Col. Walter Smith, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Col. Joseph Borden, Philemon Lloyd, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Captain James Neale, 

Henry Corbin, John Tayloe, IL 

SULLIVAN, MISS NANNIE LLOYD. 
By right of descent from 
Dr. George Buchanan, Gen. Andrew Buchanan, 

Hon. Thomas McKean, Philemon Lloyd, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Edward Lloyd, H, 

Edward Lloyd, HI, Edward Lloyd, IV, 

Captain James Neale, Col. John Tayloe, IL 

SUTTON, MRS. WALTER (Bessie Hall). 

By right of descent from Richard Hall. 

SWARTOUT, MRS. ROBERT (Margaret Hughes Armstrong). 
By right of descent from 
Brant A. Van Schlichtenhorst, Col. Henry Beekman, I, 
Capt. Philip Pieterse Schuyler, Col. Peter Schuyler, 
Robert Livingston, Col. John Armstrong. 

SWEET, MRS. EDWIN FORREST (Sophia Fuller). 
By right of descent from 
Charles Carroll. Henry Corbin, 

Colonel Benjamin Rozer, Colonel Jacob Rutsen, 

Colonel William Digges, Captain John Rutsen, 

Colonel Edward Digges, Captain Jacob Rutsen, 

Colonel Henry Darnall, William Dudley, 

Hendrick Van Rensselaer, John Moss, 
Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, Roger Ailing, 

Johannes Van Rensselaer, William Whiting, 
Jeremias Van Rensselaer, Rev. John Whiting, 



100 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

Oloff S. Van Cortlandt, Rev. Samuel Russell, 

Henry Sewall, Rev. John Russell, 

Thomas Sprigg, Edward Collins, 

Col. Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Newberry, 

Osborn Sprigg, Rev. Joseph Moss, 

Joseph Sprigg, Johannes P. Van Brugh, 

Robert Livingston, Jr., B. A. Van Schlichtenhorst, 

Philip Pieterse Schuyler, Pieter Philipse Schuyler, 

Colonel Ninian Beall, Colonel Joseph Belt, 

Colonel Richard Lee, Colonel Richard Lee, II, 

Hon. Philip Lee, Gooszen G. Van Schaick, 

Robert Livingston, Col. Gilbert Livingston, 

Lieut. William Beekman, Colonel Henry Beekman. 

SYPHER, MRS. HOWARD (Mary Isabel Boarman). 

By right of descent from William Boarman. 

*TAIT, MRS. JOHN R. (Anna D. M. Tiernan). 
By right of descent from 
John Rolfe, Gerrit Van Sweringen. 

TALIAFERRO, MRS. THOMAS HARDY (Janie G. Smith). 

By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Captain James Neale, Francis Hutchins, 

Thomas Janney, William Biles, 

Capt. Richard Snowden, Robert Feake, 

Nathaniel Fitz-Randolph, Richard Hartshorne. 

TAPLIN, MRS. HORATIO N. (Lillie Tyson Page Jolliffe). 

By right of descent from Colonel John Page, 
Matthew Page, Mann Page, 

John Page, Hon. Robert Carter, 

Col. Wm. Evelyn Byrd, Richard Lee, Esq., 

Richard Lee, Henry Lee, II, 

Henry Corbin, Edmund Jenings, 

Theoderick Bland, Richard Bennett. 



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*TARLETON, MRS. ROBERT (Sallie Bernard Lightfoot). 

By right of descent from 
Hon. Philip Lightfoot, Lieut. Philip Lightfoot, 

John Lewis, Colonel Charles Lewis, 

Col. Aug. Warner, Jr., George Reade, 

Henry Corbin, John Taliaferro. 



TAYLOR, MRS. ARCHIBALD HENDERSON (Mary Martha Parker). 
By right of descent from Thomas Purnell, II, 



Captain Noah Wiswall, 
William Collier, 
Hon. John Chandler, 
Richard Warren, 
Gov. Roger Wolcott, 
Daniel Clark, 
Judge John Griswold, 
John Thorndike, 
Robert Tucker, 



Major William Phillips, 
William Sumner, 
Col. Benjamin Church, 
Constant Southworth, 
Henry Wolcott, 
Matthew Griswold, I, 
Gov. Matthew Griswold, 
Capt. Paul Thorndike, 
Roger Conant. 



TAYLOR, MRS. B. JONES (Mary Frances Wigfall). 
By right of descent from 



Theodore Trezevant, 
Arthur Fenner, 
William Harris, 
Richard Waterman, 
William Carpenter, 
Benjamin Smith, 
Chad Brown, 
Thomas Borden, 



Rev. Levi Durand, 
Thomas Fenner, 
William Arnold, 
Louis Timothy, 
Edward Smith, 
Simon Smith, 
Richard Borden, 
Stephen Arnold. 



TAYLOR, MRS. E. WILMARTH BARTLETT (Ellen Virginia Godman). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Dorsey, 
Col. Edward Dorsey, Hon. John Dorsey, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Hon. Henry Griffith. 



102 LIST OF MEMBERS, 

TAYLOR, MRS. WINFIELD J. (Decima Shubrick Heyward). 
By right of descent from 
Capt. Thomas Heyward, Hon. William Cattell, 

Judge Thomas Heyward, Capt. Benjamin Cattell, 

Hon. Thomas Shubrick, Colonel John Godfrey, 

Colonel Thomas Shubrick, Hon. Jasper Yeates, 
Isaac Motte, James Sanderlain. 

* THOM, MRS. J. PEMBROKE (Catherine Grosh Reynolds). 
By right of descent from Captain Richard Betts, 
Lieutenant Ralph Hunt, Lt.-Col. Abraham Hunt, 

Robert Pearson, Thomas Hazard. 

THOM, MRS. PEMBROKE LEA (Mary Isabel Rieman). 

By right of descent from 
Joris Jansen de Rapaelje, Pieter P. Van Nest. 

THOMAS, MISS ELLEN MARTIN. 
By right of descent from 
John Dorsey, Richard Hill, 

Caleb Dorsey, Michael Turbutt, 

Foster Turbutt, Robert Goldsborough, 

John Goldsborough, Tristram Thomas, 

Hon. Tench Francis, Dr. George Buchanan. 

THOMAS, MRS. L. P. (Mary Kirby). 
By right of descent from Francis Posey. 

THOMPSON, MISS ELIZABETH YOUNG. 

By right of descent from 
Commodore Joshua Barney, Robert Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, John Ridgely, 

Colonel John Dorsey, Richard Smith, 

Colonel Walter Smith, Walter Smith, Jr., 

Richard Hall, Governor Robert Brooke, 

Major Thomas Brooke, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Major Nicholas Sewall, Colonel William Burgess. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 103 

THOMPSON, MRS. EUSTIS (Elizabeth Baker). 
By right of descent from 
Andrew Robeson, Edward Farmer, 

Walter Fawcett, Joseph Pennock. 

THOMPSON, MRS. HERBERT DALTON (Cecilia Covington). 
By right of descent from Larkin Chew, 
Francis Coleman, William Pickett. 

THOMPSON, MISS NORA LOUISE. 
By right of descent from Francis Coleman, 
Larkin Chew, William Pickett. 

*THOMSEN, MRS. JOHN J. (Emmalena Lilly). 

By right of descent from Captain Miles Standish. 

THOMSON, MRS. WILLIAM HOLMES (Annie Lou Hargadine). 

By right of descent from Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, Major Edward Dorsey. 

TIFFANY, MISS ALICE THORNDIKE. 
By right of descent from Colonel Samuel Checkley. 
TIFFANY, MRS. LOUIS McLANE (Evelyn May Bayly). 

By right of descent from 
Benjamin Harrison, I, Gov. Edward Digges, 

Colonel William Cole, Col. William Fitzhugh, 

Colonel Henry Fitzhugh, Edmund Bowman, 

Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Capt. Sebastian Cropper, 

General John Cropper, Capt. Richard Bayly. 

TILGHMAN, MISS MARY. 
By right of descent from 
Dr. Richard Tilghman, Col. Richard Tilghman, 

William Tilghman, Edward Lloyd, I, 

Colonel Philemon Lloyd, James Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Robert Grundy, 

Gerrit Van Sweringen, Richard Woolman. 



104 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

TILTON, MISS ELIZABETH. 
By right of descent from 
Edward Lloyd, I, Col. Philemon Lloyd, 

Edward. Lloyd, II, Edward Lloyd, III, 

Edward Lloyd, IV, Captain James Neale, 

John Rousby, II, Col. William Tayloe, 

Colonel John Tayloe, II, Hon. George Plater. 

TOMPKINS, MRS. JOHN ALMY (Anna Albertine Shriver). 
By right of descent from David Shriver. 

TOUCHARD, MRS. GUSTAVE (Margaret McPherson). 
By right of descent from 
Robert McPherson, William Fitzhugh, I, 

William Fitzhugh, II, Major Nicholas Sewall, 

Henry Sewall, Col. William Burgess. 

* TRIMBLE, MRS. DAVID C. (Sallie Scott Lloyd). 

By right of descent from Edward Lloyd, I, 
Colonel Philemon Lloyd, Edward Lloyd, II, 

Edward Lloyd, III, Edward Lloyd, IV, 

Captain James Neale, Rev. Daniel Maynadier, I, 

Rev. Daniel Maynadier, II, Colonel William Tayloe, 
Colonel John Tayloe, I, Col. John Tayloe, II, 

Henry Corbin, Hon. George Plater, 

John Rousby, I, John Rousby, II. 

TUCKER, MRS. CHARLES COWLES (Helen Zimmerman). 

By right of descent from 
Col. John Catlett, II, Jonathan Gibson. 

TURNBULL, MRS. ALEXANDER NISBET (Olivia Cushing Whitridge). 

By right of descent from 
Captain John Hall, Colonel John Cushing, 

Colonel John Hall, John Tuttle, 

Colonel Josias Carvil Hall, Lieut. Nathaniel Holmes, 
Hon. William Smith, Captain John Thaxter, 



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Richard Gist, 
Hon. William Cattell, 
Captain Benjamin Cattell, 
Colonel John Godfrey, 
James Sanderlain, 
Hon. Jasper Yeates, 
Hon. John Gushing, 
Hon. John Gushing, H, 
Hon. John Gushing, IH, 
Thomas Wallingford, 
Robert Buchanan, 



Lieut. Roger Matthews, 
Captain Christopher Gist, 
Captain John Godfrey, 
Major John Carvill, 
Judge John Tuttle, 
Captain Roger Clapp, 
Nicholas Jacob, 
Roger Matthews, Jr., 
Hon. James Calhoun, 
Edward Beadle, 
Captain Thomas Morgan. 



TURNBULL, MISS ANNA GRAEME. 
By right of descent from 



Captain John Hall, 
Colonel John Hall, 
Colonel Josias Carvil Hall, 
Hon. William Smith, 
Richard Gist, 
Hon. William Cattell, 
Captain Benjamin Cattell, 
Colonel John Godfrey, 
James Sanderlain, 
Hon. Jasper Yeates, 
Hon. John Gushing, 
Hon. John Gushing, H, 
Hon. John Gushing, HI, 
Thomas Wallingford, 
Robert Buchanan, 



Colonel John Gushing, 
John Tuttle, 

Lieut. Nathaniel Holmes, 
Captain John Thaxter, 
Lieut. Roger Matthews, 
Captain Christopher Gist, 
Captain John Godfrey, 
Major John Carvill, 
Judge John Tuttle, 
Captain Roger Clapp, 
Nicholas Jacob, 
Roger Matthews, Jr., 
Hon. James Calhoun, 
Edward Beadle, 
Captain Thomas Morgan. 



* TURNBULL, MRS. JOHN 0. (Sophia Gough Carroll). 
By right of descent from 
Zachariah Maccubbin, Dr. Charles Carroll, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Colonel John Dorsey, 

Robert Ridgely, Charles Ridgely, 

Captain Richard Hill, Colonel William Blay, 

William Pearce, Gabriel Ludlow. 



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TUTTLE, MRS. GEORGE MARVIN (Grace Wallace). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 

TUTWILER, MRS. EDWARD MAGRUDER (Margaret Chewning). 
By right of descent from Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Samuel Magruder, John Brewer. 

TYSON, MRS. FREDERICK (Florence Peterina Maclntyre). 

By right of descent from 
Michael Jansen Vreelandt, Adam Vrooman, 
Major Jellis Fonda, Captain Robert Vaughan, 

Gooszen Gerritse van Schaick, William Ringgold, 



Major James Ringgold, 
John Curtis, 
Hugh Durborow, 
I'homas Ringgold, 
Pieter Bogardus, 
Thomas Jansen Mingael, 



Richard Curtis, 
John Taylor, 
Anthony Van Vechten, 
Pieter Winne, 
Abraham P. Vosburgh, 
H. M. van der Bogaert. 



TYSON, MRS. JAMES WOOD (Elizabeth Key Howard). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Eager Howard, 



Colonel John Chew, 
Colonel Samuel Chew, 
Samuel Chew, M. D., 
Benjamin Chew, 
Hon. Philip Key, 
Lieut. John Ross Key, 
Capt. Luke Gardiner, 
Major William Boarman, 
Lieut.-Col. John Jarboe, 
Major John Weire, 
Thomas Burford, 
Col. Thomas Addison, 
Captain Thomas Tasker, 
Colonel Henry Corbin, 
Henry Morgan, 
Captain James Neale, 



John Ross, 
Edward Lloyd, 
Philemon Lloyd, 
Edward Lloyd, H, 
Edward Lloyd, HI, 
Edward Lloyd, IV, 
Col. William Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, 
Col. John Tayloe, II, 
Hon. George Plater, 
Hon. George Plater, II, 
Col. John Addison, 
Major David Gwyn, 
John Rousby, 
John Rousby, II, 
Lieut.-Col. John Winder, 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



107 



Col. George Harmanson, 
Sir George Yardley, 
Colonel Argall Yardley, 
Hon. John Custis, 
Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 
Captain Richard Hill, 
Richard Bayly, 
Richard Bayly, II, 
James Dashiell, 
Thomas Harmanson, III, 



Captain John Winder, 
William Winder, 
Captain Argall Yardley, 
Colonel John Custis, 
Hon. Richard Drummond, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Edward Revell, 
Randall Revell, 
Thomas Harmanson, II. 



* TYSON, MRS. JOHN SNOWDEN (Mary Roberts). 
By right of descent from Edward Farmer. 

ULMAN, MRS. JACOB ALBERT (Katharine Daniel Cary). 
By right of descent from 



Colonel Wilson Miles Cary, 
Colonel Miles Cary, II, 
Colonel Archibald Cary, 
Captain Thomas Taylor, 
Archibald Blair, 
Colonel Peter Jefferson, 
Christopher Branch, 
Hon. Henry Soane, 
Colonel William Randolph, 
Colonel Isham Randolph, 
Colonel William Randolph, 
Hon. Mann Page, I, 
Colonel John Armistead, 
Colonel Robert Boiling, 
Hon. John Rolfe, 
Hon. John Smith, 
Robert Buchanan, 
Henry Cary, I, 
Major Thomas Carr, 
Captain James Overton, 
John Mann, 
Hon. Ralph Wormley, I, 



Colonel Wilson Cary, 
Colonel Miles Cary, I, 
Colonel William Wilson, 
Hon. John Blair, 
Dabney Carr, 
Capt. Thomas Jefferson, 
Major Peter Field, 
Col. Thos. M. Randolph, 
Col. Thomas Randolph, 
Col. Richard Randolph, 
Captain Henry Isham, 
Hon. Matthew Page, 
Major John Boiling, 
Lieut. Thomas Rolfe, 
Richard Kennon, 
Samuel Smith, 
Henry Cary, II, 
John Carr, 
Thomas Carr, 
Rev. John Monro, 
Colonel John Page, 
Hon. Ralph Wormley, II. 



I08 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

VAN ANTWERP, MISS LIZZIE. 
By right of descent from 
Jan de la Montagne, Paulus Jacobsen Turck, 

Nicholas Greenberry, Richard Preston, 

James Berry, William Berry, 

John Hammond, Edward Dorsey, 

Lancelot Todd, Henry Griffith. 

*VAN ANTWERP, MRS. THOMAS C. (Margaret Percival Wright). 
By right of descent from Richard Hall. 

VAN DER BOGART, MRS. ALVA (Margaret Jackson). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Walker, Lazarus Maddox, 

Rev. Thomas Fletcher, Henry Boston. 

VANCE, MRS. NORWOOD K. (Jeannette Dent). 
By right of descent from John Dent. 

VEAZEY, MRS. DUNCAN (Annie Knight). 
By right of descent from 
Stephen Knight, Colonel John Veazey, 

John Leach Knight, Edward Veazey, 

Thomas Ringgold, William Ward, 

James Ringgold, John Ward, 

James Frisby, William Ward, H, 

Major James Ringgold, Colonel John Ward, 

Robert Vaughan, Rev. William Thomson. 

*VON KAPFF, MRS. FREDERICK (Anne Donnell Smith). 

By right of descent from John Smith, 
Honorable William Smith, Sir George Yeardley, 
Colonel Argall Yeardley, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Major-Gen. John Custis, 

Colonel John Custis, John Teackle. 



LIST OF MEMBERS, IO9 

VON KAPFF, MRS. FREDERICK, JR. (Annie Sharp Brown). 
By right of descent from Lieutenant Thomas McKim. 

VON LINGEN, MRS. GEORGE A. (Alba Hester Webb). 

By right of descent from 
Captain John Avery, Hercules Sheppeard, 

Simon Kollock, Lieut. James Tybout. 

WALKER, MRS. HENRY STREIT (Emma Elizabeth Bier). 
By right of descent from John Thomas Schley. 

WALKER, MRS. WALTER (Mary Sydnor Perkins). 
By right of descent from Colonel John Addison, 
Col. Thomas Addison, Col. John Addison, II, 

Col. John Addison, III, Richard Smith, 

Col. Walter Smith, Richard Hall. 

WALLACE, MRS. GEORGE Y. (Inez Cora Belden). 
By right of descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenberry. 

WALLACE, MRS. ROBERT BRUCE (Sophie Dorsey). 
By right of descent from 
Robert Brooke, Richard Brooke, 

Captain James Neale, Col. William Hammond, 

Col. Thomas Hammond, John Hammond. 

WALLACE, MRS. WILLIAM (Anne Greenlees). 
By right of descent from Captain James Agnew, 
Edward Griswold, William Phelps, 

Joseph Phelps, Capt. John Bissell. 

WALLER, MRS. ROBERT ALEXANDER (Lena Watson). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Todd. 

WARD, MRS. FRANK X. (Ellen Topham Evans). 
By right of descent from Governor Thomas Johnson. 



no LIST OF MEMBERS. 

♦WARFIELD, MISS ELLA LAWRENCE. 
By right of descent from 
Major Edward Dorsey, Hon. John Dorsey, 

Col. Nicholas Greenberry, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 
Robert Ridgely, Capt. John Worthington, 

Major Richard Ewen, John Lawrence. 

WARREN, MRS, J. D. (Marion Addison). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel John Addison, Colonel Thomas Addison, 

WASHBURN, MRS. CHARLES W, (Kate Styles Spence). 

By right of descent from 
Zachariah Maccubbin, Dr. Charles Carroll, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Colonel Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Colonel John Dorsey, 

Robert Ridgely, Charles Ridgely, 

Captain Richard Hill, Elder John Whipple, 

Captain John Whipple, Matthew Whipple, 

Samuel Appleton, H, Robert Traill. 

WASHBURN, MRS. WILLIAM D., JR. (Florence Savier). 

By right of descent from Hon. John Dorsey, 

Caleb Dorsey, Colonel Thomas Dorsey, 

Captain Daniel Dorsey, Colonel Henry Ridgely, 

Henry Ridgely, Col. Nicholas Greenberry, 

Capt. John Worthington, Thomas Worthington. 

WASHINGTON, MRS. THOMAS (Genevieve Fuller Clement). 
By right of descent from Colonel Richard Colegate, 

WEBSTER, MRS, FRANK WEAKLEY (Alice Crockett). 

By right of descent from 
Colonel Henry Ridgely, Samuel Magruder, 

John Brewer, Col. Nicholas Gassaway. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. Ill 

WELBOURN, MRS. JOHN EMORY (Lucy Harrison Armistead). 
By right of descent from William Armistead, 
Anthony Armistead, Robert Ellyson, 

William Barrett, Matthew Edlowe, 

Matthew Edlowe, Henry Browne, 

Lieut.-Col. William Browne, Thomas Purefoy. 

WELCH, MRS. WILLIAM S. (Isabella Waterman Gray). 

By right of descent from John Peyton, 
Rice Hooe, Richard Townsend. 

* WELLS, MRS. ERASTUS (Eleanor Percy Warfield). 
By right of descent from 
Colonel William Burgess, Capt. John Worthington, 

Colonel Henry Ridgely, Judge Nicholas Ridgely, 

Captain Edward Burgess, Major Edward Dorsey. 

WELSH, MRS. MILTON (Rose Nelson). 
By right of descent from Robert Brooke, 
Major Thomas Brooke, Colonel Thomas Brooke, 

Colonel Thomas Dent, Alexander Contee. 

WETMORE, MRS. RUSSELL (Amy D'Arcy Wilson). 
By right of descent from 
Lieutenant Thomas McKim, John Eraser. 

WHITE, MRS. ROBERT MORGAN (Isabella Mitchell). 
By right of descent from Captain John Hall. 

*WHITELEY, MRS. JAMES STONE (Henrietta Chauncey Wilson). 
By right of descent from Ensign Thomas Savage, 
Captain John Savage, Col. Nathaniel Littleton, 

Col. Southey Littleton, Col. Obedience Robins, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Col. Edmund Scarburgh, 
Col. Randall Revell, Col. Wm. Whittington, 

Major Edmund Bowman, Major-Gen. John Custis, 
Colonel John Custis, Lieut.-Col. Wm. Kendall, 

Major John Teackle, Capt. Adam Thorowgood. 



112 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

WHITELOCK, MRS. GEORGE (Louise Clarkson). 
By right of descent from 
Matthew Clarkson, Col. Abraham de Peyster. 

WHITHAM, MRS. JAY MANUEL (Rebekah Emmet Dashiell). 
By right of descent from 
Col. John Washington, Francis Thornton, 

Col. Francis Thornton, James Dashiell. 

WHITNEY, MRS. GEORGE E. (Mary Lewis Swearingen). 
By right of descent from Gerrit Van Sweringen. 

*WHITRIDGE, MRS. HORATIO L. (Elizabeth Buchanan Hall). 
By right of descent from 
Col. Josias Carvil Hall, Colonel John Hall, 

Hon. William Smith, Robert Buchanan, 

Hon. James Calhoun, Richard Gist, 

Capt. Benjamin Cattell, Hon. William Cattell, 

Colonel John Godfrey, Hon. Jasper Yeates, 

James Sanderlaine, Captain John Hall. 

WHITRIDGE, MRS. WILLIAM HALL (Elizabeth Graham). 

By right of descent from 
John Teackle, Col. Thomas Teackle, 

Capt. Edmund Scarburgh, Capt. Adam Thorowgood, 
Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Judge John Wise, 

Major-Gen. John Custis, Col. William Whittington, 

Colonel John Custis, Capt. Wm. Whittington, 

Lieut.-Col. John West, Lieut. Thomas Johnston, 

Randall Revell, Edward Revell. 

WHITTINGTON, MRS. ALFRED (Eliza Porter Smith). 
By right of descent from Josiah Wilson. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



113 



WILD, MRS. MICHAEL BERTRAM WILD (Elizabeth Steuart Moritz). 
By right of descent from David Stewart. 

WILLIAMS, MRS. CHARLES PHELPS (Juliet Marie Riley). 

By right of descent from 

Col. Benjamin Young, Hon. Henry Sewall, 

Col. Benjamin Rozer, Actg.-Gov. Robt. Brooke, 

Hon. Thomas Notley, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Gov. Edward Digges, Capt. James Neale, 

Col. William Digges, Gov. Richard Bennet. 



WILLIAMS, MISS ELIZABETH CHEW. 
By right of descent from 



John Chew, 
Capt. Thomas Clagett, 
Atty.-Gen. Richard Smith, 
Walter Smith, Jr., 
Gov. Robert Brooke, 
Hon. Henry Sewall, 
Col. William Burgess, 
Thomas Gantt, 
Edward Gantt, 
Samuel Claggett, 
Samuel Chew, II, 
Samuel Chew, IV, 
Richard Harrison, 



Hon. Samuel Chew, 
Colonel John Dorsey, 
Colonel Walter Smith, 
Richard Hall, 
Major Thomas Brooke, 
Major Nicholas Sewall, 
Col. Thomas Brooke, 
Thomas Gantt, II, 
Thomas John Claggett, 
David Weems, 
Elisha Hall, 
William Lock, 
Henry Hooper. 



WILLIAMS, MRS. JOHN H. (Nettie Briscoe Wallace). 
By right of descent from 
James Mackall, James Duke, Jr., 

Robert Brooke, Roger Brooke. 



* WILLIAMS, MRS. JOHN WITHERSPOON (Augusta Rebecca Howell). 
By right of descent from Honorable John Stockton. 
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114 LIST OF MEMBERS. 

* WILLIAMS, MISS REBECCA DALRYMPLE. 
By right of descent from 
Captain Stephen WilHams, Col. Joseph WiUiams, 
Edward Howell, Major John Howell, 

Richard Treat, John Deming. 

* WILLIAMS, MISS REBECCA RIDDELL. 

By right of descent from 
Captain Stephen Williams, Colonel Joseph Williams, 
Colonel John Hawkins, Rev. Stephen Bordley, 

Robert Grundy, Michael Miller. 

WILLIAMS, MRS. RICHARD C. (Rosa Dulany Chew). 
By right of descent from John Chew, 
Samuel Chew, Anthony Morris, Sr., 

Thomas Claggett, Anthony Morris, Jr., 

Phineas Pemberton, Samuel Morris, 

Captain Thomas Tasker, Daniel Dulany, 

Hon. Benjamin Tasker, Daniel Dulany, H, 

Richard Smith, William Bladen, 

John Dorsey, Colonel Walter Smith. 

WILLIAMS, MRS. THOMAS JOHN CHEW (Cora M. Maddox). 
By right of descent from 
Captain Thomas Clagett, Rt. Rev. Thos. J. Claggett, 

Rev. Samuel Clagett, Hon. John Dorsey, 

Colonel Thomas Brooke, Major Thomas Brooke, 

Robert Brooke, Thomas Gantt, I, 

Edward Gantt, Thomas Gantt, H. 

WILSON, MRS. JAMES W. (Ellen Donnell von Kapff). 

By right of descent from John Smith, 
Hon. William Smith, Sir George Yeardley, 

Col. Argall Yeardley, Lieut.-Col. John West, 

Col. Edmund Scarburgh, Major-Gen. John Custis, 

Col. John Custis, John Teackle. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. II5 

* WILSON, MRS. WILLIAM BOWLY (Jane Marshall Wilson). 
By right of descent from Captain Edmund Craske, 
Captain John Craske, Captain John James. 

WINCHESTER, MRS. H. CARROLL (Fannie Albert Hosmer). 
By right of descent from Thomas Hosmer, 
Capt. Thomas Hosmer, Stephen Hosmer, 

Hon. Titus Hosmer, Maj.-Gen. S. H. Parsons. 

WINN, MISS MARY. 
By right of descent from 

Joseph Winn, Timothy Winn, 

Daniel Dulany, I, Daniel Dulany, H, 

Richard Smith, Col. Walter Smith, 

Richard Hall, Capt. Thomas Tasker, 

Hon. Benjamin Tasker, William Bladen, 

Zachariah Maccubbin, Dr. Charles Carroll, 

Edward Lloyd, I, Col. Philemon Lloyd, 

Captain James Neale, Robert Ridgely, 

Charles Ridgely, Col. John Dorsey, 

Capt. Richard Hill, Caleb Dorsey, 

Caleb Dorsey, Jr., Nicholas Maccubbin. 

WISE, MRS. HOMER CLIFT (Annette Phelps Steuart). 

By right of descent from 
Dr. George Steuart, Hon. William Digges, 

Col. Henry Lowe, Col. Henry Sewall, 

Gov. Richard Bennet, Capt. James Neale, 

Thomas Sprigg, Major Richard Ewen, 

Bartholomew Ennalls, Capt. Henry Hooper. 

WOOD, MRS. GEORGE WISNER (Laura Alexander). 
By right of descent from Captain Thomas Bouldin. 

WOOD, MRS. LOUIS GARTH (Hulda Warfield). 
By right of descent from Col. Nicholas Gassaway, 
Capt. Thomas Besson, Capt. John Worthington. 



ii6 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



*WOOD, MISS SARAH KNOX. 
By right of descent from 



Richard Smith, I, 
Capt. Richard Smith, 
Capt. Walter Smith, 
James John Mackall, 
Nathaniel Dare, 
Francis Hiitchins, 
Col. Richard Taylor, 
Capt. Hancock Lee, 
Lt.-Col. Thos. Willoughby, 
Col. Isaac Allerton, 
Elder William Brewster, 
Samuel Wickham, 
Gov. Caleb Carr, 
Capt. John Godfrey, 



Walter Smith, 
Walter Smith, Jr., 
Colonel John Mackall, 
Captain John Hance, 
Henry Morgan, 
James Taylor, II, 
Capt. Anthony Savage, 
Col. Richard Lee, 
Capt. Thos. Willoughby, 
Gov. Isaac Allerton, 
Randall Holden, 
John Coggeshalle, 
Jeremiah Clarke, 
Joshua Coggeshalle. 



* WRIGHT, MRS. DANIEL GIRAUD (Louise Sophie Wigfall). 
By right of descent from 



Theodore Trezevant, 
Arthur Fenner, 
William Harris, 
Richard Waterman, 
William Carpenter, 
Benjamin Smith, 
Chad Brown, 
Thomas Borden, 



Rev. Levi Durand, 
Thomas Fenner, 
William Arnold, 
Louis Timothy, 
Edward Smith, 
Simon Smith, 
Richard Borden, 
Stephen Arnold. 



WRIGHT, MRS. ROBERT CLINTON (Sallie Howard Murdoch). 
By right of descent from 
William Govane, Richard Beard, 

Richard Warfield, Edward Robins, 

Hon. John Dorsey, Richard Smith, 

Col. Charles Hammond, Samuel Young, 

Maj.-Gen. John Hammond, Henry Morgan. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. II7 

WRIGHT, MRS. RICHARD BECK (Virginia B. McCampbell). 

By right of descent from 
Robert Tyler, Robert Tyler, Jr. 

ZUNTS, MISS SUE HOWARD. 
By right of descent from Edmund Howard, 
Colonel William Stevens, Colonel Thomas Holliday. 



REGISTER OF SERVICE. 
ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Adams, John, 1703. 

Justice, Burlington County, N. J., 

1695-1701. 
Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Adams, Thomas, 1612 . 

Lieutenant o f Massachusetts 

Company of Foot. 
Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

Addison, John, 1706. 

Captain, 1692; Military Officer, 
St. Marys County, 1694; Colo- 
nel, 1695; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1691-1705. 

Miss Adele M. Batre. 

Mrs. Alfred Batre. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 

Mrs. Ellicott Fisher. 

Mrs. James M. Gassaway. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Alice G. Kerf oat. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. William E. Morton. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. John E. Semmes. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Mrs. Walter Walker. 

Mrs. J. D. Warren. 

Addison, John, II. 
Lieut.-Colonel, 3d Battalion 
Maryland Flying Camp, 1776. 
Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 
Mrs. Ellicott Fisher. 
Mrs. Walter Walker. 



Addison, John, III. 

High Sheriff, Prince Georges 
County, 1758-71; Lieut.- 
Colonel of Flying Camp, 1776 ; 
Lieut.-Colonel Lower Battal- 
ion Prince Georges County, 
1778. 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 

Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 

Mrs. Walter Walker. 

Addison, Thomas, 1679-1727. 
Member of Council of Mary- 
land, 1721-27. 
Miss Adele M. Batre. 
Mrs. Alfred Batre. 
Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 
Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 
Mrs. Ellicott Fisher. 
Mrs. James M. Gassaway. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 
Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William Edwin Morton. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. John E. Semmes. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Walter Walker. 
Mrs. J. D. Warren. 

Agnew, James, 1701-1770. 
Captain, Third Associated Com- 
pany of York, Pa., 1756. 
Mrs. Cleland N. OfHey. 
Mrs. William Wallace. 



120 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



AiREY, Thomas, 1701-1765. 
Rector of Great Choptank 

Parish, Dorchester County, 

1728-65. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Richard B. Bayard. 
Mrs. Wilson P. Heyward. 
Miss Marian G. Howard. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Alden, John, 1599-1687. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
Plymouth Plantation ; Assist- 
ant, 1632, 1633, 1634-39, 1650- 
86 ; Deputy for Duxbury to 
the General Court of Plym- 
outh, 1641-49; Treasurer of 
the Colony, 1656-59 ; Member 
of the Councils of War of 
1646. 1653, 1658, 1667. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Allen, Jedediah, 1646-1712. 

Member of East Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1686, 1688; Judge of 
Court of Sessions and Com- 
mon Pleas, Monmouth County, 
1700-01. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Allen, Nathaniel, 1692. 

One of the three Commissioners 
appointed by Penn to lay out 
the City of Philadelphia, Sep- 
tember 30, i68r. 

Mrs. John R. Long. 

Allen, Nathaniel. II, 1757. 

Member of Common Council of 

Philadelphia, 1739. 
Mrs. John R. Long. 

Allen, Nehemiah, ■ 1736. 

Member of Common Council of 
Philadelphia, by Charter, 1701. 
Mrs. John R. Long. 

Allerton, Isaac, 1583-1659. 
One of the Historic Founders of 
Plymouth Plantation; Assist- 
ant, 1634 ; One of the " Eight 



Men " of Nieuw Netherland, 
1643; Deputy-Governor of 
Plymouth Colony, 1621-24, 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Allerton, Isaac, II, 1630-1702. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1676, 1677, 1696; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1683, 1688; 
Lieut.-Colonel, 1680; Major, 
1675, in Indian Wars. 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Alling, Roger, 1674. 

Treasurer, Colony of New 

Haven, 1661-64. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Almy, William, 1601-1677. 

Commissioner from Portsmouth 
to the Rhode Island Court of 
Commissioners, 1656-57, 1663. 

Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 

Alricks, Peter. 
Commander in Chief of Town 
and Fort, New Amstel, 1660 ; 
Councillor under Duke of 
York, 1667 ; Deputy-Governor 
of Colonies on the Delaware, 
1673-74 ; Member Provincial 
Assembly of Pennsylvania, 
1682-83 ; Provincial Council- 
lor, 1684, 1687, 1697; Justice, 
1677, 1678, 1680, 1682, 1684, 
1689, 1690, 1693 ; Judge of Su- 
preme Court, 1690-93. 
Mrs. Arthur George Brown. 

Ambler, Edward, 1733-1767. 

Collector of the Port of York; 
Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses. 
Miss Elizabeth Gary Nicholas. 

Amos, William, 1717-1814. 
Lieutenant Maryland Militia, 

1737. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



121 



Anderson, Garland. 
Member of Committee of Safety, 

Hanover County, Va., 1775; 

Delegate to Convention held 

at Richmond, 1775. 
Mrs. William Stewart Polk. 

Andrews, William, 1654. 

Commissioner and Justice for 
Plantation of Accomac, 29 
August, 1633; Major, 31 Jan- 
uary, 1654. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Andrews, William, Jr. 

Burgess for Northampton 
County, Va., 1663 ; Sheriff, 

1655- 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Appleton, Isaac, 1664- 1747. 
Lieutenant in expedition against 

Port Royal, 1707; Major of 

the Essex Regiment. 
Mrs. William E. Morton. 

Appleton, Samuel, 1586-1670. 

Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1637; Associate 
Justice of the Quarter Court, 
May 17, 1637. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Appleton, Samuel, II, 1625-1692. 

Deputy for Ipswich to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1668, 
1671-80; Assistant, 1681-86; 
Councillor, 1689-92; Major in 
command of the Massachu- 
setts Troops of the Army of 
the United Colonies, 19 De- 
cember, 1675; Sergeant-Major 
of South Regiment in Essex, 
18 October, 1682. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. William E. Morton. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Armistead, Anthony. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1693-96; Captain of 
Horse, Elizabeth City County, 
1699. 

Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 

Mrs. J. Hough Cottman. 



Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 
Miss Elizabeth M. Rowland. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Armistead, John, 1635-1698. 

Justice before 1675 ', High Sher- 
iff, 1675 ; Burgess for Glouces- 
ter County, Va., 1685 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel of Horse, 1680; Colo- 
nel and County Lieutenant, 
1685 ; Member of Virginia 
Council, 1688-98. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. William E. Morton. 

Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elizabeth Cary Nicholas. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Armistead, Robert, 1742. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1714. 
Miss Elizabeth M. Rowland. 

Armistead, William, 1715. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1693, 1702; Major of 
Militia. 
Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 



Armstrong, John, 1718-1795. 

Surveyor of Cumberland Coun- 
ty, Penna. ; Served in Brad- 
dock's campaign ; Commanded 
expedition against Indians at 
Kittanning, September 8, 
1756; Served at Forts Lou- 
doun and Pitt, 1764; Member 
of Congress, 1778-80, 1787-88. 

Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Mrs. Robert Swartout. 



122 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



Arnold, Stephen, 1622-1699, 
Rhode Island ; Deputy, 1664-65, 
1667, 1670-72, 1674-77, 1684-85, 
1690; Assistant, 1672, 1677-80, 
1690-91, 1696, 1698. 
Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 
Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Arnold, William, 1587-1675. 

One of the thirteen original pro- 
prietors of Providence Planta- 
tions, 1636; Signer of the 
agreement for form of Gov- 
ernment, 1640; Commissioner 
for Providence, 1661. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

AsHBY, John. 

Cacique of South Carolina, 1722. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

ASHFORDLEY, WiLLIAM. 

Schout Fiscaal for Esopus, New 
York, 1678-80; High Sheriff 
Ulster County, N. Y., 1680-85. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Miss Elizabeth G. Mcllvain. 

Mrs. William Reed. 

Ashman, George, 1699. 

Justice and Burgess for Balti- 
more County. 
Miss Margaret Gaither Jones. 
Mrs. William W. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

AsHTON, Henry, 1671-1731. 
County Lieutenant, Westmore- 
land County, Va., 1700-02. 
Mrs. B. T. Story. 

Atherton, Humphrey, 1609-1661. 
Major-General of Massachu- 
setts Troops, 1661 ; Deputy for 
Dorchester to the General 
Court, 1638, 1639, 1643-46, 
1648, 1650, 165 1, 1653 ; Speaker 
of the House, 1653 ; Assistant, 
1654-61 ; Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, 1653 ; Com- 
missioned Lieutenant, 1643 ; 
Captain of the Dorchester 
Company, 1646; Elected En- 
sign of the Ancient and Hon- 



orable Artillery Company, 
1645 ; Lieutenant, 1646 ; Cap- 
tain, 1650, 1658; One of the 
purchasers of the " King's 
Province," 1659. 

Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Mrs. William H. Lytle. 



Avery, James, 1620-1700. 

Deputy for New London to 
Connecticut General Assem- 
bly, 1659-61, 1664, 1665, 1667- 
69, 1675-78, 1680, 1682-86, 1689, 
1690, 1695, 1697; Marshall of 
the Court for New London 
County, 1676; Lieutenant of 
Train Band of New London, 
1665; Assistant Military Offi- 
cer to Captain John Winthrop 
for New London County, 
1672 ; Captain in King Philip's 
War, 1675 ; Captain of Train 
Band of New London, 1681. 

Mrs. Charles B. Brown. 

Mrs. Francis Griswold. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Mrs. James W. Hunter. 

Mrs. Jesse Slingluif. 



Avery, John, 1682. 

President of the Court in Dela- 
ware, 1675 ; Appointed Lieu- 
tenant of Foot Company of 
Militia at the Whorekill, 1675 ; 
Captain, 1676 ; Commissioned 
Justice, 1678, 1681, 1682. 

Mrs. Charles Beasten. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Mrs. George A. von Lingen. 



AxTELL, Daniel, c. 1692. 

Landgrave and hereditary noble 

of the Province of Carolina. 
Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 



Aylett, William. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1723, 1726, 1736. 
Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



123 



Aylett, William, II, 
Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, and of the Con- 
vention of 1775. 
Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Bacheler, Rev. Stephen, 1561- 

1660. 
Founder of Hampton, N. H., 

1638. 
Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 

Bacon, John. 
Justice of the Peace, Salem, 

N. J., 1696-1713; Member of 

Assembly, 1701. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Bacon, Nathaniel, 1642-1677. 

Member Virginia Provincial 
Council ; Commissioned Gen- 
eral by Governor Berkeley. 

Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 

Baker, Thomas, 1636-1718. 

Lieutenant Topsfield Horse, 
1683 ; Captain, 1713 ; Deputy to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
1683-84, 1686, 1689-90, 1692-94, 
1698, 1708. 

Mrs. William E. Morton. 

Baldwin, John, 1715. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1703-15- 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Baldwin, John, 1752. 

Justice, Cecil County, 1726-27 ; 

Of Quorum, 1734-36, 1740-52; 

High Sheriff, Cecil County, 

1727, 1730, 1736, 1739; Bur- 
. gess, Cecil County, 1749; 

Colonel, Cecil County Militia 

before 1749. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Ball, James, 1678- 1754. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Lancaster County, 
1715-22, 1736-40. 
Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 



Ball, James, 1718-1789. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Lancaster County, 
1755; Sheriff, 1755; Delegate 
and Member Virginia Con- 
vention. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Ball, Joseph, 1649-1711. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Lancaster County, 
169s, 1698, 1701-02; Colonel of 
Lancaster County. 

Mrs. T. Step toe Bo swell. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Mrs. Robert Hull. 

Ball, William, 16 15- 1680. 

Burgess for Lancaster County, 
Va., 1668, 1670-74, 1677; Colo- 
nel of Lancaster County 
Militia ; Empowered by As- 
sembly of 1675 to impress men 
and horses for the defense of 
Lancaster County. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Mrs. Robert Hull. 

Ball, William, 1641-1694. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1682-88, 1692; Justice 
for Lancaster County, 1680. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Barber, Charles. 
Member of Annapolis Conven- 
tion, 1774. 
Mrs. James D. Iglehart. 
Miss Mildred Iglehart Martin. 
Mrs. Edmund Stiles. 

Barber, Dr. Luke, 1673. 

Member of Council of Mary- 
land, 1656-60; Deputy-Gover- 
nor of Maryland, 1657. 

Mrs. Charles DeV. Drayton. 

Mrs. Thomas Ireland Elliott. 

Mrs. John W. Henry. 

Mrs. James D. Iglehart. 

Miss Mildred Iglehart Martin. 

Miss Rebecca Myers. 

Mrs. Edmund Stiles. 



124 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Barnard, Samuel, 1654-1728. 
Captain of Massachusett's 
troops in Father Rasle's War. 
Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Barnes, Abraham, 1778. 

Burgess, St. Marys County, 
1747-54; Delegate to the Al- 
bany Congress, 1754. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 
Miss Elizabeth M. Rowland. 

Barnes, Sir William, 1619. 

Incorporator named in the Royal 
Charter for Virginia, March 
12, 1612. 
Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Barney, Joshua, 1759-1818. 

Commissioned Lieutenant in the 
Colonial Navy, June 20, 1776; 
Commissioned by the State of 
Pennsylvania Captain of the 
Ship Hyder Aly, 1782; Com- 
missioned by the French Gov- 
ernment Captain, 1795, and 
Commodore, 1796; Captain, 
U. S. N., 1814. 

Mrs. Ernest R. Krause. 

Mrs. Abraham Gilbert Mills. 

Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 

Barnvi^ell, John, 1724. 

Deputy Secretary of South 
Carolina ; Volunteer under 
Col. William Rhett, against 
French and Spaniards ; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1707; Mem- 
ber of Council ; Deputy 
Surveyor-G eneral; Com- 
mander against Indians, 1712. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Barrett, William. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1644, 1646, 1649 ; Coun- 
cillor, 1652. 

Mrs. Mollis Moseley Cooley. 

Mrs. William Heyburn. 

Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Barton, Thomas. 

One of the Proprietors of West 
Jersey; Member of the As- 
sembly, 1685. 
Mrs. J. J, Jackson, 



Barton, William. 

Burgess for St. Marys County, 
1661 ; Justice, 1655, 1664, 1665. 
Mrs. Charles D. Armstrong. 

Barton, William, 1634-1717. 

" Captain Lieutenant," 1676; 
Captain, Charles County Mi- 
litia, 1681, 1689; Justice, 
Charles County, 1672, 1681, 
1685, 1687, 1689, 1692, 1694, 
1698 ; Presiding Justice, 1694. 

Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 

Bartow, Thomas, 1709-1782. 

Clerk of Supreme and Chancery 
Courts, New Jersey, 1735 ; 
Clerk of Assembly, 1741 ; Sur- 
veyor-General of East Jersey, 
1762. 

Mrs. Kennedy Cromwell. 

Bassett, William, 1667. 

One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Colony ; Deputy 
from Duxbury to Plymouth 
General Court, 1640, 1642, 
1643, 1648. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 

Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

Bassett, William, 1671-1723. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1692, 1702 ; 

Member of Council, 1702 ; 

County Lieutenant of New 

Kent County, 1709. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 

Battaile, John, 1707/8. 

Burgess for Essex County, Va., 
1692, 1696, 1697; Captain of 
Rangers, 1692. 
Mrs. Thomas Henry Gaither. 

Bauman, Sebastian, 1739-1803. 

Captain of New York Artillery, 
30 March, 1776; Major, 12 
September, 1776 ; Brevet 
Lieut.-Colonel, U. S. A., 14 
April, 1787; Postmaster of 
New York, 1789. 

Mrs. William W. Guest. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



125 



Bayly, Richard, 1661. 

Captain of mounted police or- 
ganized for protection against 
Indians, Accomac County, Va., 
1651. 

Mrs. James H. Cator. 

Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Bayly, Richard II, 1644-1729. 

Justice and Civil Officer, 1680; 
Member Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1696; Receiver of 
Duties, 1699. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Beadle, Edward, 1692. 

Justice for Baltimore County, 

1682-92 ; Of the Quorum, 1689 ; 

Commissioner for Baltimore 

County for laying out Ports 

and Towns, 1683. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Eugene Grecnzvay. 
Mrs. George N. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbct Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Beall, John, 1742. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1730-42. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Beall, Ninian, 1625-1717. 

Captain of Calvert County Mili- 
tia, 1678; Major, before 1688; 
Colonel, 1694; High Sheriff 
of Calvert County, 1692-93. 

Mrs. George A. Armstrong. 

Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Beall, Samuel, Jr., 1778. 

High Sheriff of Frederick Coun- 
ty, 1753-56, 1759-62; Justice, 
Frederick County, 1763-75 ; 
Styled Colonel in the records, 
1761 and thereafter; Member 
of Maryland Convention, 1776. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 



Beard, Richard, 1681. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 

County, 1662-1666. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Beardsley, Alexander, 1697. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1695. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Robert R. Henderson. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Beatty, John, 1721. 

Sheriff, Ulster County, N. Y., 

1691. 
Mrs. Adam E. King. 
Miss Elisabeth G. Mcllvain. 
Mrs. William Reed. 

Beatty, Thomas, 1703-1768. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 
1739-48 ; Justice, Frederick 
County, 1748-49, 1752-60; Bur- 
gess, 1757-58. 

Miss Elisabeth G. Mcllvain. 

Mrs. William Reed. 

Bedford, Gunning, 1720-1802. 

Commissioned Ensign, 21 May, 
1759, in Pennsylvania Regi- 
ment ; Lieutenant in 2d Bat- 
talion, 3 May 1760; received 
land warrant for his services 
in 1758 and 59 ; one of the 
Committee which designed 
and built " Carpenter's Hall," 
Philadelphia. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Miss Elisabeth G. Mcllvain. 

Mrs. William Reed. 

Beedle, Edward. See Beadle. 

Beekman, Gerardus, 1653-1723. 
Acting Governor of the Prov- 
ince of New York as Presi- 
dent of the Council, 1710; 
Member of the Governor's 
Council, 1702-23 ; Commis- 
sioned Captain of Troops, 
1686; Major of Horse and 
Foot, Kings County, 1680; 
Lieut.-Colonel, 1700; Member 
of Assembly, 1698 ; Judge of 
Kings County Court, 170a ; 
Judge in special Court to try 



126 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Pirates, 1717; Member of Leis- 
ler's Council in i6go, and as 
such was tried for treason and 
acquitted. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Lurman. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Beekman, Henry, 1652-1716. 
Colonel of Troops in Dutchess 
and Ulster Counties, N. Y., 
1701 ; Captain, 1685 ; Lieut- 
Colonel, 1693 ; Member of As- 
sembly, 1691-93, 1695-98, 1702- 

Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 
Mrs. C. IV. Rowley. 
Mrs. Robert Swart out. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Beekman, Henry, 1688-1776. 
Colonel of Troops, Dutchess 

County, N. Y., 1737; Member 

of Assembly, 1725-58. 
Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 
Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Beekman, William, 1623-1707. 

Vice-Director of the N i e u w 
Netherland at the Colony of 
South River, 1658-64; One of 
the " Nine Men," 1652 ; Dele- 
gate to the Convention of 
1653 ; Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs, 1658 ; Schout-Fiscaal 
at South River, 1661 ; Schout- 
Fiscaal at Esopus, 1664-71 ; 
Burgomaster of Nieuvir Am- 
sterdam, 1674; Lieutenant of 
Burgher Corps, 1651; Lieuten- 
ant of New York Troops, 
1673 ; President of Schepen's 
Court, 1657; Orphan Master, 
1658 ; Commissioner to Fortify 
the City, 1654; Member of 
Leisler's Assemljly, 1690. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 

Mrs. Gustav IV. Liirman. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Belt, Joseph, 1680-1761. 

Burgess for Prince Georges 

County, 1725-37; Lieut.-Colo- 

nel of Militia, 1725; Colonel, 

1728; Presiding Justice of 



Prince Georges County, 1726- 

28. 
Mrs. George A. Armstrong. 
Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 
Mrs. William Bonn ell. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Bengsix)n, Andreas, 1640- 1706. 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1683, 1686, 1698. 
Mrs. Adam E. King. 
Miss Elisabeth G. Mcllvain. 
Mrs. William Reed. 

Bennett, Richard, 1606-1675. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1629-31; Member of 
Council, 1639-49, 1658-75 ; 
Governor of Virginia, 1652- 
55 ; Commissioner to England, 
where he signed the agreement 
with Lord Baltimore, 30 No- 
vember, 1657; Major-General 
of Virginia Forces, 1666. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne, 

Mrs. Thomas H. Gaither. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard S. Hill. 

Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Mrs. Charles Phelps Williams. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 

Bennett, William. 
Member of the Committee of 
Safety for the town of Eden- 
ton, N. C, 1775. 
Mrs. Calvin W. Hendrick. 

Berkeley, Edmund, 1718. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 17 13; County Lieutenant, 
Middlesex County, 1715. 
Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Berry, James, c. 1685. 

Member of Assembly, 1654; 

Justice at Patuxent, 1655. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 
Mrs. William T. Manning. 
Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



127 



Berry, William, 1635-1691. 

Commissioner of the Peace for 
Calvert County, i66g ; Member 
of Assembly, 1671-74. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. William T. Manning. 

Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 

Besson, Thomas, 1616-1679. 

Member General Assembly, 
1657 ; Burgess for Anne Arun- 
del County, 1666; Styled Cap- 
tain, 1657 ; Commissioned, 28 
November, 1661, Captain com- 
manding Militia of Anne 
Arundel County, between 
Severn and South rivers ; 
Ordered to scout for Indians, 
29 May, 1665 ; Justice, 1658-66. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. Leslie Cheek. 

Mrs. William Hitt. 

Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Mrs. Louis Garth Wood. 

Bethel, John, 1708. 

Member of Provincial Assembly 

of Pennsylvania, 1707. 
Mrs. T. Meredith Jenkins. 

Betton, Samuel Dyre. 

Commissioned Second Lieuten- 
ant, Queen Anne County Mili- 
tia, 31 July, 1777. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie. 

Betts, Richard, 1613-1713. 
" High Sheriff of Yorkshire 

upon Long Island," 1678-80; 

Delegate to the Convention at 

Hempstead, 1665. 
Mrs. Basil Duke. 
Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Mrs. J. Pembroke Thom. 

Bevan, John. 

Member of Assembly for 
Chester County, Pennsylvania, 
1687, 1695, 1699, 1700; Justice, 
1685-89. 

Mrs. Arthur Dudley Cross. 



Beverly, Peter, c. 1668- 1728. 

Clerk Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1691-99; Speaker, 1700- 
14 ; Clerk of Gloucester Coun- 
ty, 1702-14; Treasurer, 1710- 
23 ; Member of Council and 
Surveyor General, 1719-28. 

Mrs. Rolfe E. Boiling. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. Henry Ashton Ramsay. 

Mrs. William E. Rtiff. 

Beverly, Robert, 1686/7. 

Justice, Middlesex County, Va., 
1673 ; Clerk of House of Bur- 
gesses, 1670, and for many 
years thereafter ; Member of 
Council, 1676 ; Burgess for 
Middlesex, 1676, 1685; Major, 
in active service against Bacon, 
1676. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

BiDDLE, Clement, 1740-1814. 

Deputy Quarter Master General 
of Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey, June, 1776; Commis- 
sary General, 1777-78; Quar- 
ter Master General of Penn- 
sylvania Troops, 1781. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

Biddle, William, 1630-1712. 

Member of Governor's Council 
of Pennsylvania, 1682, 1683, 
1701 ; Member of Council of 
Proprietors, 1688, 1706-07 ; 
Justice of the Peace, 1682, 
1695-97, 1699, 1701 ; Represen- 
tative at Perth Amboy, 1703 ; 
Commissioner of Lands, 1682- 
83 ; Member of Assembly, 
1684, 1685, 1687; President of 
Council of Proprietors, 1706- 
07. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

Biles, William, 1650- 1710. 
Signer of Penn's Great Charter ; 
Justice of Peace, Bucks Coun- 
ty, Penna., 1681, 1685, 1689; 
Provincial Councillor, 1683, 
1695, 1698-1700; Member of 



128 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Assembly for Bucks Coun- 
ty, 1686, 1689, 1694, 1696, 1704, 
1707, 1708, 1710; Judge of 
Supreme Court, 1699-1701. 

Miss Laura Canby. 

Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Billings, James, 1747. 

Justice of the Peace, Dorchester 

County, 1743. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

BiRCKHEAD, Christopher, 1725 — . 

Colonel of Talbot County Bat- 
talion, January, 1776 ; Member 
General Assembly, 1779-80. 

Miss Christiana Bond. 

Miss Isabel M. Bond. 

Mrs. JVilliam H. Hay ward. 

Bird, Benjamin, 1686-1757. 
Deputy for Dorchester, Massa- 
chusetts, 1729, 1730, 1732, 1733, 

1737. 
Mrs. William H. Lytle. 

Bishop, James, 1691. 

Deputy Governor and Lieut.- 
Governor of Connecticut, 
1683-87, 1689-91 ; Secretary 
of Colony of New Haven, 
1661-65 ; Magistrate and As- 
sistant of Connecticut, 1667- 
82; Deputy for New Haven 
to General Court, 1661-64; 
Member of Committee ap- 
pointed by the General Court 
of New Haven Colony to treat 
with the Colony of Connecti- 
cut respecting union with New 
Haven, 1664 ; Member of 
Council of War, September, 

1675- 
Mrs. Stephen P. Hanvood. 

Bissell, John, 1591-1677. 
Deputy for Windsor to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1648, 1650-56, 1658, 1664. 
Mrs. Cleland N. OMey. 
Mrs. William Wallace. 



Bladen, William, 1673-1718. 

Clerk of House of Burgesses, 
1697 ; Clerk to the Prerogative 
Office, 1699; Secretary of 
Maryland, 1701 ; Attorney- 
General, 1707; Commissary 
General, 1714. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Miss Lizinka C. Brown. 

Mrs. F. H. Davis. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 

Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

Blaine, Ephraim, 1741-1804. 

Commissary Sergeant Pennsyl- 
vania Forces, 1763; Sheriff 
Cumberland County, Penna., 
1771-73; County Lieutenant of 
Cumberland County, 5 April, 
U77 ; Commissary General 
Continental Army, 19 Febru- 
ary, 1778. 

Mrs. Richard Oden Mullikin. 

Blair, Archibald, 1660-1735. 

Justice of York County, Va., 
1714; Member of the Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1718- 
23; Major of Militia. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulmati. 

Blair, John, 1687-1771. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1736; Member 
of Council from 1745, and its 
President, I757-7I.; Acting 
Governor of Virginia, 1757-58, 
1768. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Blake, Thomas, 1702. 

Captain of Calvert County Mili- 
tia; Sheriff, Calvert County, 
1699. 
Mrs. Eugene Martin. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



129 



Blakiston, Ebenezer, 1650-1709. 
Captain of Foot, Cecil County, 

1689. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Blakiston, Ebenezer, 1684-1746. 
Justice, Kent County, 1733-46; 
Burgess for Kent County, 
1724, 1727-34. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Blakiston, Nehemiah, 1693. 

Clerk of the King's Customs for 
Wicomico and Potomac rivers, 
26 Sept., 1685 ; Captain of 
Troop of Horse, St. Mary's 
County, 4 Sept., 1689; Gov- 
ernor of Maryland, 1690 ; 
Chief Justice, Provincial 
Court, 21 April, 1691 ; Speaker 
of the Assembly, 1691 ; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1691-93 ; Styled 
" Colonel," 1692. 

Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 

Bland, Theoderick, 1629-1671. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Charles City Coun- 
ty, 1659; Speaker House of 
Burgesses, 1659-61 ; Member 
King's Council, 1665-71. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Gaither. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Blay, William. 
Burgess Kent County, 1714-15. 
Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Blodgett, Samuel, 1724-1807. 

Served in French Wars ; Louis- 
burg, 1745, Crown Point and 
Lake George; Was Commis- 
sary at Fort William Henry, 
1755; Judge, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Hillsboro County, 
N. H., 1770. 

Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Blount, Charles Worth, 1721- 

1784. 

Appointed 9 September, 1775, 

Member of Committee of 

Safety for Edenton District, 



North Carolina ; Member Pro- 
vincial Congress at Halifax, 4 
April, 1776. 
Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Blount, Jacob, 1789. 

Member of North Carolina As- 
sembly, 1771. 
Mrs. Donald J. Frick. 

Blount, James, c. 1620-1686. 

Member of the Great Council, 
or Assistant to the Deputies 
(North Carolina), 1677-80; 
Member of Assembly, 1677 ; 
Justice of Precinct Court for 
Chowan Precinct, 1677. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Blount, John, 1669-1725. 
Justice of the Provincial Court, 

North Carolina, 1703, 1716-22; 

Member of Assembly, 1711; 

Member of Council, 1722-25. 
Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Blunston, John, 1723. 

Member Pennsylvania Assembly 
for Chester County, 1682-88, 
1695-97, 1699-1701 ; Speaker, 
1697, 1699, 1700; Justice of the 
Peace, 1684, 1685, 1689; Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 
1690, 1700, 1701, 1703, 1705. 

Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 



BoARMAN, William, 1630- 1709. 

Justice, St. Marys County, 1663- 
78, and Presiding Justice, 
1678; High Sherifif, 1678-79, 
1681 ; Burgess, 1671-75 ; Cap- 
tain, St. Marys County Militia, 
1661 ; Major, 1676; Indian In- 
terpreter, 1678, and rendered 
valuable services to the Prov- 
ince in its relations with the 
Indians. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Mrs. Howard Sypher. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 



130 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BoDDiE, Nathaniel, 1732-1797. 

One of the framers of the Con- 
stitution of North Carolina; 
Member of the Provincial 
Congress which met at Hali- 
fax, April 4, 1776 ; Representa- 
tive for Edgecumbe County. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Hendrick. 

BoDDiE, William. 
Lieutenant in Northampton Bay 
during Spanish alarm, 1747-48. 
Mrs. Calvin W. Hendrick. 



BoGARDUS, Peter, 1645-1703. 
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 

Province of New York, 1690 ; 

Sheriff and Attorney-General, 

1673; Magistrate of Albany, 

1673. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

BoLLiNG. John, 1676-1729. 
High Sheriff of Henrico County, 

Va., 1706-07; Burgess, 1714; 

Major of the County Militia. 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Bond, Jacob. 
Member Maryland Convention, 
1774, 1775, for Harford 
County. 
Miss Alice WUks Preston. 



Bond, John, 1714-1795. 
Justice of the Peace for Balti- 
more County, 1769. 
Miss Christiana Bond. 
Miss Isabel M. Bond. 
Mrs. IVilliam H. Hayward. 

Bond, Thomas. 
Justice of the Quorum, Balti- 
more County, 1768, 1769, 1772, 

1773- 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 



Bond, William, 1625-1697. 

Representative for Watertown 
to General Court of Massachu- 
setts Bay, 1689-95 ; Speaker of 
the House, 1691-95 ; Member 
of Committee of Safety, 1689 ; 
Lieutenant of a Troop of 
Horse, 1675 ; Captain, 1690. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 



BoLLiNG, Robert, 1646-1709. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1704; Colonel of 
Prince Georges County. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 

Mrs Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

BoLLiNG, Robert, U, 1682-1749. 
Memiaer of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1744. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

BoLLiNG, Robert, HI, 1720-1775. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1758-74; Member of 
Convention, 1774. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 



Booker. Edward, 1680-1750. 
Member of Virginia House of 

Burgesses for Amelia County, 

1736. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 



Booker, Richard. 
Justice, Gloucester County, Va., 

1702. 
Mrs. Robert M. Littlejohn. 



Boone, Humphrey, 1709. 

Captain of Foot, Anne Arundel 
County, under Colonel Nicho- 
las Greenberry, 1693-95. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 

Boone, Humphrey, H. 1713-1766. 
Justice of the Peace, Anne 

Arundel County, 1746-60. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



131 



Borden, Joseph, Jr., 1719-1791. 

Member of Stamp Act Congress, 
1765 ; Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1775 ; Colonel First 
New Jersey Regiment, I77S- 
yd; Quarter Master, 1776; 
Judge of Common Pleas, 1776. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Mary Sullivan. 



Borden, Richard, 1601-1671. 

Assistant, Providence Planta- 
tions, 1653-54; General Treas- 
urer under the Parliamentary 
patent, 1654-55 J Commissioner 
for Portsmouth to the Court 
of Commissioners, 1654, 1656, 
1657 ; Deputy for Portsmouth 
to the General Assembly of 
Rhode Island ; One of a Com- 
mittee of seven in the case 
concerning war against the 
Dutch; One of the original 
purchasers of land in New 
Jersey, 1667. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraiid Wright. 

Borden, Thomas, 1676. 

Deputy, Rhode Island, 1666, 1670, 

1672 ; Assistant, 1675-76. 
Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 
Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Bordley, Stephen, 1709. 

Rector of St. Paul's Parish, 

Kent County, 1694- 1709. 
Mrs. Thomas Ireland Elliott. 
Miss Rebecca R. Williams. 



BoRTON, John, 1687. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly for Burlington County, 
1683-85. 
Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 



Boston. Henry, 1676. 

Justice for Somerset County, 

1666. 
Mrs. Elihti E. Jackson. 
Mrs. William W. Leonard. 
Mrs. Alva Van der Bogart. 



Boughton, Richard, 1706. 

Secretary of Maryland, 1666; 
Burgess for Charles County, 
1669; Clerk of the House of 
Burgesses, 1674-76. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

BouLDiN, Thomas, 1706-1783. 

Captain Virginia Militia in 
French and Indian War, 1758; 
Sheriff Lunenburg County, 
1759; Lieut.-Colonel of Mili- 
tia of Charlotte County, 1773. 

Mrs. George Wisner Wood. 

Bourne, Thomas, 1664. 

Deputy from Rexhame to 
Plymouth General Court, 
1641 ; from Marshfield, 1642, 
1645 ; Foreman Governor's 
Council, 1637. 

Mrs. Yates Stirling. 

BouTON, John. 
Representative from Norwalk to 
Connecticut General Assembly, 
1669, 1671, 1673, 1674-83, 1685. 
Mrs. Harvey Middleton. 

Bowie, Allen, 1719-1783. 
Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1752-54. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Bowie, Allen, Jr.. 1737-1803. 
Commissioned Captain of Mili- 
tary Company, Frederick 
County, Feb. 18, 1776. 
Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Bowie, Fielder, 1745-1794. 

Commissioned Captain, Prince 
Georges County Militia, Feb- 
ruary, 1776. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Bowie, William, 1720-1791. 
Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1759-64. 
Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Siser. 

Bowles, James, 1727. 

Member of Council of Mary- 
land, 13 October, 1720-27. 
Mrs. William E. Morton. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



BowLY, Daniel, 1745-1807. 

Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, 1775 ; Ensign in Captain 
John Sterett's Independent 
Company, Maryland Militia. 

Mrs. Joseph Parsons Comegys. 

Mrs. John J. Jackson. 

Mrs. Samuel Keyser. 

Mrs. Cumberland H. Runihold. 

Bowman, Edmund, 1625-1691. 

Justice, Lower Norfolk County, 
Va., 1655, 1659; Accomac 
County, 1663; Major of Acco- 
mac County Militia ; Member 
of the Virginia House of 
Burgesses. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

BowNE, John, 1684. 

Deputy to New Jersey Assembly 
for Monmouth County, 1668, 
1675, 1679-83; Speaker of As- 
sembly, 16S0, i68r ; Delegate to 
Convention, 1673 ; Justice, 
1673, 1676, 1679, 1683; Captain, 
before 1683; Major, 1683. 

Mrs. William W. Keith. 

BowNE, William, 1677. 

Patentee of the Monmouth pat- 
ent ; Member of the Assembly 
for Monmouth County, N. J. 
Mrs. William IV. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

BozMAN, John. 
Burgess, Somerset County, 1694. 
Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 

BozMAN. Thomas. 

High Sheriff, Talbot County, 19 
October. 1720; Member of As- 
sembly, 24 September, 1723. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Bracco, John, c. 1717-1794. 
Justice for Queen Annes County, 
1754; Deputy Commissary and 
Register of Wills for Talbot 
County, 1771-85. 
Mrs. George L. Radcliffe. 



Bradford, William, 1589-1657. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation ; Governor, 
1621-33, 1635, 1637, 1639-43, 
1645-56; Assistant, 1634, 1636, 
1638, 1644; Commissioner of 
the United Colonies, 1647-49, 
1652, 1656; Member of the 
Councils of War, 1642, 1643, 
1653 ; President of the Coun- 
cils of 1643 and 1653. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 



Bradford, William, 1624-1704. 

Deputy Governor of Plymouth 
Colony, 1682-86; Deputy for 
Plymouth to the General 
Court. 1657; Assistant, 1658- 
81 ; Treasurer of the Colony, 
1679-86, 1689-92 ; Commis- 
sioner of the United Colonies, 
1682-86; Councillor of the 
Royal Province of New Eng- 
land, 1686-89; Named Coun- 
cillor in the Charter of Massa- 
chusetts Bay, 1692 ; Councillor, 
1693-98 ; Ensign Plymouth 
Company, 1648 ; Captain of a 
Troop, 1659; Major Plymouth 
County Forces, 1685 ; Member 
of the Councils of War, 1657, 
1658, 1667. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 

Branch, Christopher, 1591-1681. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1639 ; Justice of 
Henrico County, 1656, and pre- 
viously for many years. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Gary. 

Mrs R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Braxton, Carter, 1736-1797. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1761 ; Signer of 
the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Mrs. William G. Page. 



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133 



Bray, James. 
Member Virginia Council, 1674- 

75. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 



Brent, George. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse in 
1670; Colonel in Bacon's Re- 
bellion, 1676 ; Ranger-General 
of the Northern Neck of Vir- 
ginia, 1690. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. William Keyser. 

Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 



Brent, Giles. 

Treasurer of the Province of 
Maryland ; Commander of 
Kent Island ; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor and Lieut.-General of 
Maryland, 1643-44; Lord of 
Fort Kent Manor. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. Robert Hinckley. 

Mrs. Edmund Plowden Jenkins. 

Mrs. Michael Jenkins. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. IV. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 



Brewer, John, 1664. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1658-61 ; Burgess, 1661. 
Mrs. Robert Atkinson. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Robert Howard Gamble. 
Mrs. Walker Hill. 
Mrs. Geo. L. Hume. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Albert B. Sowcll. 
Mrs. Edward M. Tutwiler. 
Mrs. Frank Weakley Webster. 



Brewster, Jonathan, i 593-1659. 

Deputy to Plymouth General 
Court, 1639-44; Deputy from 
New London to General Court 
of Connecticut, 1650, 1655-58; 
Military Commissioner in Pe- 
quot War, 1637. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 



Brewster, William, 1560-1644. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
Plymouth Plantation ; Chosen 
Teaching and Ruling Elder of 
the Plymouth Plantation. 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hogue. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Miss Sarah Kno.v Wood. 



Brent, Giles. 

Commander of a Troop of 

Horse in Bacon's Rebellion, 

1676. (Va.) 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 



Brice, John, 1704-1766. 

Chief Justice of the Provincial 

Court of Maryland. 
Mrs. Ethan Allen. 
Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 



Brent, William. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1756, 1760; 

Member of Convention, 1776. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 
Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. William S. Myer. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 



Briggs, James, c. 1640-1684. 
Lieutenant of Massachusetts 
Troops in King Philip's War, 
Mrs. Yates Stirling. 



Briscoe, John, 1678- 1734. 
Justice of Charles County, 1720- 

34. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Briscoe, Philip, 1724. 

Burgess for Charles County, 
1699-1700; Justice, St. Marys 
County, 1694; Justice, Charles 
County, 1696-98. 

Mrs. Charles De V. Drayton. 

Mrs. Thomas Ireland Elliott. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 



Briscoe, Samuel, 1786. 

Justice of Charles County, 1773" 

74. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Brooke, Baker, 1628-1679. 

Member of the Council of Mary- 
land, 1658-79; Surveyor-Gen- 
eral, 1671-79; Colonel of the 
Calvert County Militia. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Brooke, Benjamin, 1753-1834. 
Lieutenant, Pennsylvania Mili- 
tia, 1776; Captain, 1777. 
Mrs. John Brooke. 



Brooke, Doctor John. 

Commissioner of Peace, Dor- 
chester County, Md., 1676; 
Burgess, 1681. 

Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 

Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Brooke, Michael, 1663. 

Burgess for Calvert County, 

1657-60; Justice, 1655-58. 
Miss Elisabeth P. Cator. 
Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 



Brooke, Richard, 1736-1788. 

MemlDcr of the Committees of 
Correspondence and Observa- 
tion, Frederick County, 1774- 
75 ; Delegate to Convention, 
1775 ; Captain of Frederick 
County Militia, 1776; Major, 
15 August, 1776. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Robert B. Wallace. 

Brooke, Robert, 1602-1655. 

Member of the Council and 
Commander of Charles Coun- 
ty, 1650-54; President of 
Council and Acting Governor, 
29 March to 3 July, 1652. 

Mrs. John IV. Baughman. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Miss Jane D. Forbes. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfont. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Mrs. William Keyser. 

Mrs. Julius Henry Kimball. 

Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 

Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 

Mrs. Joseph P. McComas. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mrs. Donald McLean. 

Mrs. Frederick W. McReynolds. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. Anthony Murray. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Miss Mary S. IV. Pearre. 

Mrs. George D. Penniman. 

Miss Florence Phenix. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



135 



Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. John Ritchie. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Miss Clementine Smith. 
Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 
Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 
Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Robert Bruce Wallace. 
Mrs. Milton Welsh. 
Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. John H. Williams. 
Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Brooke, Roger, 1637-1700. 
Justice, Calvert County, 1674- 

85; Of Quorum from 1679; 

High Sheriff, 1684. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 
Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 
Mrs. Carlos G. dc Garmendia. 
Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Mrs. John H. Williams. 

Brooke, Thomas, 1632-1676. 

Captain, Calvert County Militia, 
1658; Major, 1660; Burgess 
for Calvert County, 1663-66, 
1671-76; High Sheriff, 1666-67, 
1668-69 ; Chief Justice, Calvert 
County, 1667. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Jane D. Forbes. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Julius Henry Kimball. 

Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mrs. Donald McLean. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 



Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Miss Florence Phenix. 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. John Ritchie. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Miss Clementine Smith. 
Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 
Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Milton Welsh. 
Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Brooke, Thomas, 1659-1730. 

Member of Council, 1692-1707, 
1715-24; President of Coun- 
cil and Acting Governor, 1720; 
Justice of the Provincial 
Court, 1694; Deputy Secre- 
tary of Maryland, 1695 5 Com- 
missary General, 1701. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Miss Virgiyiia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mrs. Donald McLean. 

Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 

Miss Florence Phenix. 

Mrs. John Ritchie. 

Miss Clementine Smith. 

Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 

Mrs. Milton Welsh. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Brooke, Thomas, Jr., 1683-1744. 

High Sheriff, Prince Georges 
County, 1731-34; Burgess, 
Prince Georges County, 1713. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Brooks, John, 1752-1825. 
Captain of Minute Men at Lex- 
ington and Concord, 19 April, 
1775; Major, Bridge's Massa- 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



chusetts Regiment, 1775. and 
of 19th Continental Infantry, 
1776; Lieut.-Colonel, 8th 
Massachusetts Regiment, 1776; 
Lieut.-Colonel commanding 
7th Massachusetts Regiment, 
1778, and served till 12 June, 
1783 ; Brig.-General, United 
States Army, 1792-96; Gov- 
ernor of Massachusetts, 1816. 
Mrs. Edmund T. Mudge. 

Broome, John, 1680-1738. 
Burgess, Calvert County, 1712 ; 
High Sheriff, 1714; Justice, 
1731-38; Of Quorurn, 1738. 
Mrs. William L. Lewis. 
Mrs. George D. P enniman. 

Broome, John, 1703 . 

Captain, Calvert County Militia, 

1754-56. _ 
Mrs. William L. Lewts. 
Mrs. George D. P enniman. 

Broughton, Thomas. 1738. 

Member of Council of South 

Carolina, 1708; Governor of 

the Province, 1735-38. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 
Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Brown, Chad, 1650. 

One of thirteen signers of the 
first written compact of Prov- 
idence Plantations ; Ordained 
pastor First Baptist Church, 
Providence, 1642. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Brown, Dr. Gustavus, 1689-1762. 
Justice, Charles County, 1726-62 ; 

Presiding Justice, 1748-62; Of 

Quorum, 1730-62. 
Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 
Mrs. William E. Ruff. 

Brown, John, 1589-1687. 

One of the Founders of Hamp- 
ton, N. H. 
Mrs. Morris L. Croxall. 

Brown, John, 1584-1662. 
Assistant, Plymouth Colony, 
1636, 1638-55; Commissioner 



of the United Colonies, 1644- 
55 ; Member of the Councils of 
War, Plymouth Colony, 1642, 
1646, 1653. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Brown, John, 1630-1706. 

Member Court of Commis- 
sioners of the Four Towns ; 
Commissioner, Providence, R. 
I., 1654; Deputy for Provi- 
dence, 1664; Assistant, 1665- 
66, 1669. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Brown, Jonathan, 1737-1S24. 

Lieutenant of nth New Hamp- 
shire Colonial Troops, Sep- 
tember, 1774. 

Mrs. Morris L. Croxall. 

Brown. Mercer, 1685-1730. 
Justice. Court of Common Pleas, 

Chester County, Penna., 1724- 

30. 
Mrs. Graham Gordon. 

Browne, Henry, 1661. 

Member Council of Virginia, 

1634-60. 
Mrs. Mollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Browne, William, 1746. 

Burgess for Surrey County, Va., 

1676-82 ; Presiding Justice, 

1681; Sheriff, 1674, 1687; 

Major, 1672; Lieut.-Colonel, 

1679. 
Mrs. Mollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Buchanan, Andrew, 1734-1786. 

Chief Justice, Baltimore County ; 
Member of Committees of 
Correspondence and Observa- 
tion, 1774-75 ; One of the five 
Brig.-Generals of the Mary- 
land Militia, 1776. 

Mrs. William T. Owen. 

Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Mary Sullivan. 

Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



137 



Buchanan, Dr. George, 1698-1750. 

One of the Commissioners for 
laying out Baltimore Town, 
1729 ; Burgess, Baltimore 
County, 1745-50. 

Mrs. Charles H. Black. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 

Mrs. William T. Owen. 

Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 

Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 



Buchanan, Lloyd, 1729 . 

Burgess, Baltimore County, 1751. 
Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 

Buchanan, Robert, 1697-1748. 
Justice, Lancaster County, Pa., 

1730-40 ; High Sheriff, 1732-34, 

1738-40. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 
Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Buchanan, William, 1727-1804, 
Member of the Maryland Con- 
vention, 1775, and of Commit- 
tee of Observation, 1775-76; 
Commissioned Colonel of the 
Baltimore Battalion 25 May, 
1776 ; Appointed, by Congress, 
Commissary General of the 
Continental Army, 1777. 
Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Buckley, John, 1646-1732. 
Member of Provisional Assem- 
bly of Pennsylvania, 1697. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 

Buckner, William, 1716. 

Justice of York County, Va., 
1694; High Sheriff, 1695-96; 
Burgess, 1698-99. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 
Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 



BuDD, Thomas, 1698. 

Member of the King's Council, 
West Jersey, 1683 ; Receiver- 
General, 1681 ; Member of As- 
sembly. 1682, 1683, 1685; 
Treasurer, 1683 ; Secretary of 
the Board of Lords Proprie- 
tors, 1728 ; Signer of the West 
Jersey Charter of Funda- 
mental Laws, 1676. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

BuRFORD, Thomas, 1687. 

Burgess, St. Marys County, 1682- 
87; Attorney-General 
of Maryland, 1681-86. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Burgess, Edward, 1722. 

Commissioned, 4 September, 
1689, Captain of Foot, Anne 
Arundel County, Militia. 
Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 
Miss Margaret G. Jones. 
Mrs. George A. Leiper. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. William Andrew Morrison. 
Mrs. T. K. Nicdringhaus. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 
Mrs. Van Winder Shields. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Albert B. Sowcll. 
Mrs. Erastus Wells. 



Burgess, William, 1622-1686/7. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1664-65, 1674-80 ; High Sheriff, 
1664; Lieutenant, 1659; Cap- 
tain, 1661 ; Major, 1675; Colo- 
nel, 1676, Commanding Foot 
of Anne Arundel County ; 
Commander in Chief of Mary- 
land Forces against Indians, 
1677 ; Burgess for Anne Arun- 
del County, 1660. 1669-82; 
Member of Council, 12 Octo- 
ber, 1682-86/7; Commissioned 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



one of the Deputy-Governors, 

I May, 1684. 
Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 
Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 
Mrs. Benjamin IV. Corkran. 
Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 
Miss Jane Dazvson Forbes. 
Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Richard IV. Hogue. 
Miss Margaret G. Jones. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 
Mrs. George A. Leiper. 
Mrs. Robert M. Little John. 
Mrs. Gustav W. Lilrman. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Mrs. Maynard McPherson. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
■ Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 
Mrs. Henry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. William Andrew Morrison. 
Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus. 
Mrs. James P. Parker. 
Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Miss E. Lloyd Pennington. 
Mrs. Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Miss Alice M^ilks Preston. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Van Winder Shields. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 
Mrs. Albert B. Sowell. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 
Mrs. Erastus Wells. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

BuRWELL, Carter. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1749. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 



Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 
Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

BuRWELL, Lewis, 1710-1752. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses ; President of the Coun- 
cil and acting Governor, 1750. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

BuRWELL, Nathaniel, 1680-1721. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1710. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Bushnell, Richard, 1652-1727. 

Deputy for Norwich, Conn., to 
General Assembly, 1691-94, 
1696-99, 1702-20; Speaker of 
the House, 1713, 1715, 1717, 
1719, 1720; Member of Gov- 
ernor's Council, 1703-05, 1719- 
21 ; Clerk of General Assem- 
bly, 1707 ; Judge of New 
London County Court, 1717- 
19; Lieutenant of Norwich 
Train Band, 1698; Captain, 
1701. 

Miss Ellen Perkins Kilpatrick. 

Mrs. William D. Kilpatrick. 

Byrd, William, 1652-1704. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1681-1704; Receiver of 
His Majesty's Revenues for 
the Colony of Virginia. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Byrd, William, H, 1674-1744. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1707-44, and President 
of the Council ; Founder of 
the City of Richmond ; Fellow 
of the Royal Society. 

Miss Evelyn Byrd McCatidlish. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 



BuRWELL, Lewis, 1648-1710. 
Justice and Colonel of Glouces- 
ter County, Va. ; Member of 
Council of Virginia, 1702-10. 

Mrs. Edward Duffy. 
Mrs. William E. Morton. 



Byrd, William, HL 1729-1777. 

Colonel of the 2d Virginia Regi- 
ment, 1756; Member of the 
Council of Virginia, 1754-77. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. Alexander Barton Randall. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



139 



Byrd, William Evelyn, 1674-1744. 

Member Virginia Council, 1707- 
44; Surveyed boundary be- 
tween Virginia and North 
Carolina. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Cabell, William, 1730-1798. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1757-61, 177s ; Chair- 
man County Committee of 
Amherst County, 1774, 1776; 
Member Committee of Safety, 
1775, 1776; Colonel of Militia 
of Albemarle County, 1760; 
First County Lieutenant of 
Amherst County, 1761 ; Mem- 
ber of Virginia Convention, 
May, 1776. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Kinsolving. 

Calhoun, James, 1743-1816. 

Member of Committee of Obser- 
vation, Baltimore, 1774-76; 
One of the Commissioners ap- 
pointed by Congress to sign 
bills of credit or money, 1776; 
Deputy Commissary General 
of the Continental Army, 1777 ; 
Judge of Orphans Court, 1791 ; 
First Mayor of Baltimore, 
1797- 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Calvert, Benedict, 1788. 

Judge of the Land Office ; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1770-74; Col- 
lector of Customs. 

Mrs. Duncan Campbell. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Francis Key Murray. 

Mrs. T. B. Smythe. 

Calvert, Charles. 

Ensign in His Majesty's First 
Regiment of Foot Guards, 27 
November, 1709 ; Lieutenant 
and Captain, 4 January, 1718; 
Governor of Maryland, 1720- 
27. 

Mrs. Duncan Campbell. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 



Mrs. Francis Key Murray. 
Mrs. T. B. Smythe. 

Calvert, Sir George, 1580-1632. 
First Baron Baltimore ; Member 

of the Virginia Company. 
Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Calvert, Leonard, 1647. 

Governor of Maryland from its 
first settlement in 1634 until 
his death, 9 June, 1647. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Camm, Rev. John, 1718-1779. 
Member of Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1774; President of Wil- 
liam and Mary College, 1771- 

77- . . 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Canby, Thomas, 1668-1742. 

Justice of the Peace, Bucks 
County, Penna., 1719-41 ; 
Member of Provincial As- 
sembly, 1721-22, 1730, 1733, 
1738. 

Miss Laura Canby. 

Mrs. Thomas Marsh Smith. 

Carmichael, William, 1692-1769. 
Justice, Queen Anne's County, 
1737-39, 1756-66, and of Quo- 
rum, 1762-66. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Carpenter, William. 

One of the thirteen original pro- 
prietors of Providence Planta- 
tions, 1636 ; Commissioner, 
1658-63; Assistant, 1665-72. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Carr, Caleb, 1624-1695. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 1695 ; 
Commissioner for Newport to 
the Court of Commissioners, 
1654, 1658-62; General Treas- 
urer for the Colony of Rhode 
Island, 1661 ; Deputy for New- 
port to the General Assembly, 
1664, 1665, 1667-72, 1674, 1678, 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1679, 1690; Assistant, 1679-85, 
1686, 1690, 1691. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Carr, Dabney, 1743-1773. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses for Louisa Coun- 
ty, 1773- 

Miss Esther Sidney Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Carr, John, 1706-1778. 
High Sheriff, Louisa County, 
Va., 1753-54; Justice, 1742- 
78. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Carr, Thomas, 1678-1737. 
Justice, Caroline County, Va., 
1728-37 ; Justice, King William 
County, 1711-27; High Sheriff. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Carr, Thomas, c. 1655-1714? 
Justice, New Kent County, Va., 
1702-14; High Sheriff, 1708-09. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Carroll, Charles, 1660- 1720. 
Commissioned Attorney-General 

of Maryland, 18 July, 1688. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 
Mrs. Outerbridge Horsey. 
Mrs. William S. Myer. 
Mrs. Herbert Payson. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Carroll, Dr. Charles, 1691-1755. 
Burgess for Annapolis, 1738; 

for Anne Arundel County, 

1739-55. 
Mrs. Ethan Allen. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. George Henry Howard. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Ebeneser Learned. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 
Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 
Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 
Miss Mary Winn. 



Carter, Charles, 1707- 1764. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1748-64. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Carter, Edward. 
Member Pennsylvania Assembly, 

1688. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Carter, John, 1669. 

Member of the Governor's 
Council, Virginia, 1658, 1662, 
1665 ; Member of the House 
of Burgesses, 1642, 1644, 1649, 
1654, 1657-61 ; Justice of 
Lancaster County, 1653 ; Pre- 
siding Justice, 1656; Major, 
1653 ; In command of the 
forces sent against the Rappa- 
hannock Indians, 1656; Colo- 
nel commanding the Militia 
of Lancaster County, 1656. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Miss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. R. Curzon Hoffman. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elizabeth Cary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Carter, John, 1690-1743. 
Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1724. 
Miss Mary Coles Carter. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Carter, Landon. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1749-65 ; Chairman 
Committee of Safety, Rich- 
mond County, 1775. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



141 



Carter, Robert, 

Member of Pennsylvania Assem- 
bly, 1698-99; Member of the 
House of Representatives, 
1703. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Carter, Robert, 1663-1732. 

Member of Governor's Council, 
Virginia, 1704-32, and Presi- 
dent of that body; Acting 
Governor, 1726-27 ; Member 
of the House of Burgesses, 
i6go; Speaker of the House, 
1695-99; Treasurer of the 
Province, 1699-1705 ; Member 
of the Board of Visitors of 
William and Mary College; 
Colonel and Commander in 
Chief, Lancaster and North- 
umberland Counties, 1699. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Miss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 

Mrs. Henry P. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. ' 

Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Miss Gary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elizabeth Gary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Carter, Robert Wormley. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1769-74; Mem- 
ber of Convention, 1775. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Carvill, John, 1709. 

Burgess for St. Mary's County, 
1692 as "Major John Car- 
vill " ; Burgess for Cecil 



County, 1698-99, and for Kent 
County, 1708-09 ; High Sher- 
iff, Cecil County, 1694-96, 
1699-1700; Justice, Cecil Coun- 
ty, 169S. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



Gary, Archibald, 1720-1787. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1748-74; Colo- 
nial Committee of Corre- 
spondence, 1773-74 ; Member 
of Convention, 1775; Speaker 
of Virginia Senate, 1776-87. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Miss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Gary, Henry, 1650- 1720. 
Justice, Warwick County, Va. ; 
Architect of William and 
Mary College, the Colonial 
Capitol at Williamsburg, the 
Governor's Palace, etc. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Gary, Henry, H, c. 1675-1740. 
High Sheriff of Henrico County, 

Va., 1732-34; Justice. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Gary, Miles, 1620- 1667. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1659-63 ; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1663-67 ; Ma- 
jor of Militia, Warwick Coun- 
ty, 1654; Lieut.-Golonelj 1657; 
Colonel and County Lieuten- 
ant, 1659 ; Killed in action with 
the Dutch, 10 June, 1667. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Mrs. Edward Duffy. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Miss Gary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elizabeth Gary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gary, Miles, II, 1655-1709. 

Justice of Warwick County, Va., 
1680; Captain of the County 
Militia, 1691 ; Lieut.-Colonel, 
1701 ; Colonel, 1704 ; Member 
of the Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1692-93, 1699-1704; 
Charter Trustee of William 
and Mary College, 1693, and 
Rector, 1706 ; Surveyor-Gen- 
eral of Virginia, 1699-1709; 
Naval Officer of York River, 
1699-1709. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elisabeth Cary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Uhnan. 

Gary, Wilson, 1703-1772. 

Major of Militia, Elizabeth City 
County, Va., 1740; Colonel 
and County Lieutenant, 1751 ; 
Naval Officer of Lower James 
River, 1726, and for thirty- 
five years thereafter. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elizabeth Cary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Uhnan. 

Gary, Wilson Miles, 1734-1817. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1759, 1766-68; 
Lieut.-Colonel of Warwick 
County, 1758 ; County Lieuten- 
ant and Colonel of Elizabeth 
City County, 1762; Visitor of 
William and Mary College; 
Member of Virginia Conven- 
tion, 1776; Naval Officer of 
Lower James, 1760-76. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Gatlett, John, 1724. 

Burgess for Essex County, Va., 
1693, 1700, 1702 ; Presiding 
Justice of Essex County, 1699, 
1702. 

Mrs. Charles C. Tucker. 



Gattell, Benjamin, 1749-1782. 
Commissioned Captain in ist 
South Carolina Regiment, 5 
June, 1775. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 
Mrs. James W. Ponder. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. Win-field J, Taylor. 
Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Gattell, William, 1682-1752. 
Member of the Council of South 

Carolina, 1724. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Edzvard Shoemaker. 
Mrs. W infield J. Taylor. 
Mrs. Alexander N. Tjirnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Cave, Benjamin, 1762. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Orange County, 
1752-56. 
Mrs. George M. Boiling. 

Chaille, Peter, 1725-1802. 

Associator of the Freemen of 
Maryland, 1775; Colonel ist 
Battalion for Worcester Coun- 
ty, 1776. 

Mrs. William V. Eberly. 

Mrs. David Jamison. 

Chamberlaine, Sam'l, 1697-1773. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1726-38; 
Burgess for Talbot County, 
1728-31 ; Member of Council, 
1740-68; Justice Provincial 
Court, 1738-42. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Miss Anna C. Stokes. 

Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



143 



Chandler, Job, 1659. 

Receiver-General of Maryland, 

1651; Member of Council, 

1651-54, 1656-59- 
Mrs. Monte Griifith. 



Chandler, John, 1665- 1743. 
Representative for Woodstock 
to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1711, 1717, 1720, 1721, 
1722, 1724, 1725, 1726; Judge 
of Probate and Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1731-43 ; Chief Jus- 
tice Court of Common Pleas ; 
Councillor, 1727-32; Major, 
1722; Colonel, 1724. 
Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



Chapline, Moses, 1717-1762. 

High Constable for Antietam 
Hundred, Frederick County, 
1749; Captain of Company of 
Militia in French and Indian 
War at Fort Frederick, 1757; 
Justice, Frederick County, 
1758-62. 

Mrs. Arthur Dudley Cross. 

Miss Elsie Hilton Cross. 

Miss Elisabeth B. Stanton. 



Chapline, Moses Caton, 1754- 
1812. 

First Lieutenant Maryland Bat- 
talion of Flying Camp, June, 
1776; Captain, 1777. 

Miss Elizabeth B. Stanton. 



Chase, Samuel, 1741-1811. 

Member of House of Burgesses ; 
Delegate from Maryland to 
Continental Congress, 1774-78 ; 
Signer of the Declaration of 
Independence ; Chief Justice 
of Maryland ; Justice of the 
Supreme Court of the United 
States ; Representative for 
Annapolis in Assembly, 1765- 
66. 

Mrs. Henry Hughes Funk. 

Mrs. Frederic D. Jackson. 

Mrs. Ernest R. Krause. 

Mrs. Abraham Gilbert Mills, 



Chase, Thomas, 1703-1779. 
Rector of St. Paul's Church, Bal- 
timore County, 1745-79. 
Mrs. Henry Hughes Funk. 
Mrs. Frederic D. Jackson. 
Mrs. Abraham Gilbert Mills. 

Chauncey, Charles, 1592-1672. 

Second President of Harvard 
College, 1654-72 ; Preacher of 
Election Sermon, 1656; Min- 
ister at Scituate and Cam- 
bridge, 1638-72. 

Mrs. Charles A. Ganibrill. 

Checkley, Samuel, 1653-1738. 
Captain of Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Company ; Colo- 
nel, 1715 ; Representative from 
Boston to General Court, 1702- 

17. 

Miss Alice T. Tiffany. 

Chew, Benjamin, 1722-1810. 

Commissioner of Boundaries, 
175 1 ; Attorney-General of 
Pennsylvania, 1754-69; Pro- 
vincial Councillor, 1754-69 ; 
Register-General, 1765-76; 
Chief Justice Supreme Court 
of Pennsylvania, 1774-76; 
Master of Rolls, 1775. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. George L. Birkmaier. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Chew, John, c. i 590-1668. 

Burgess for Hog Island, Va., 
1623-24, 1629; for York Coun- 
ty, 1642-44 ; Justice, York 
County, 1634-52. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. George L. Birkmaier. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Miss Margaret Gaither Jones. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus.^ 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 
Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 
Mrs. Van Winder Shields. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Siser. 
Mrs. Albert B. Sowell. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 



Chew, Larkin, 1729. 

Justice of Spottsylvania County, 
Va., 1722; Member of House 
of Burgesses, 1723-26; Sheriff, 
Spottsylvania County, 1728. 

Mrs. Herbert D. Thompson. 

Miss Nora Louise Thompson. 

Chew, Samuel, 1634-1677. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 
County, 166 1 ; Member of 
Council and Justice of Pro- 
vincial Court, 1669-77; Colo- 
nel, Anne Arundel County 
Militia, 1675. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. George L. Birkmaier. 

Miss Mary Dorscy Davis. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. Monte Gri^th. 

Mrs. Richard IP'. Hogue. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyscr. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. George A. Leiper. 

Mrs. Edzvard A. Marshall. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 

Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus. 

Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Mrs. Van Winder Shields. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 

Mrs. Albert B. Sowell. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 



Chew, Samuel, II, 1660-1718. 
Commissioner of the Peace for 

Anne Arundel County, 1683. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Chew, Samuel, M. D., 1693-1743. 
Chief Justice of the three lower 
counties of Delaware, 1741-43. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard, 
Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Chew, Samuel, IV, 1737-1790. 
Commissioner of the Peace for 

Calvert County, 1765-1773; 

Member of Convention, 1775. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Chiswell, John, c. 1710-1766. 

Burgess for Hanover County, 
Va., 1742-49, 1752-55 ; for Wil- 
liamsburg, 1757. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Church, Benjamin, 1630-1718. 

Commissary General in King 
Philip's War, 1675; Member 
Plymouth Council of War, 
1676 ; Commander, Plymouth 
Forces, 1676; Major in Com- 
mand of Expedition against 
the Eastern Indians, 1689 ; In 
Command of the 2d, 3d and 
4th expeditions, 1690, 1692, 
1696 ; Commissioned Colonel 
for service east of Casco, 1704; 
Deputy for Bristol to General 
Court of Plymouth, 1682-84; 
Deputy for Tiverton to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1696 ; Deputy for Little 
Compton, 1706, 1710; Judge 
Court of Common Pleas, Bris- 
tol County, 1708-15. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Churchill, William, 1710. 

Member Council of Virginia, 

1706. 
Mrs. John Bigelow. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



145 



Clagett, Samuel, 1718-1756. 

Rector of Christ Church, Calvert 
County, and of St. Paul's 
Parish, Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, and William and Mary 
Parish, Charles County. 

Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Clagett, Thomas, 1640-1703. 
Captain, Calvert County Militia, 
1683 ; Commissioner, Calvert 
County, 1680; Coroner, 1683. 
Mr J. James E. Allison. 
Mrs. John M. Bass. 
Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 
Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 
Mrs. Richard Cheatham. 
Mrs. W._ R. Cole. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Clagett, Thomas, 1678-1733. 

Burgess for Prince Georges 
County, 1712; Justice, 1707; 
County Commissioner ; Judge 
of Orphans Court, 1730. 

Mrs. George A. Armstrong. 

Mrs. Frederick E. Butler. 

Clagett, Thomas, II, 1702-1737. 
Justice of Peace for Prince 
Georges County, 1730-37 ; 
Judge of Land Commissions ; 
Superintended laying out Not- 
tingham and Upper Marlboro. 
Mrs. George A. Armstrong. 

Claggett, Thomas John, 1743- 
1816. 
Rector of All Saints, Calvert 

County, 1769-76. 
Miss Elizabeth Chew Williams. 
Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Claiborne, Thomas, 1647-1683. 
Served against the Indians (Va.) 
Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 

Claiborne, William, c. 1589-1676. 
Surveyor-General of Virginia ; 
Member of Council, 1623 ; Sec- 
retary of State, 1625-35, 1652- 
60; Treasurer, 1642, 1660; Bur- 
gess, New Kent County, Va., 



1663, 1666; Parliamentary 
Commissioner to subdue 
Maryland and Virginia, Sep- 
tember 26, 1651. 
Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 

Clapp, Ebenezer, 1732-1802. 
Lieut.-Colonel, Dorchester 

County, Mass., 1775-76. 
Mrs. William H. Lytle. 

Clapp, Roger, 1609-1691. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay ; Deputy for Dorchester to 
the General Court, 1647, 1652- 
57, 1659-65, 1671 ; Lieutenant 
of Dorchester Company, 1646; 
Lieutenant, Ancient and Hon- 
orable Artillery Company, 
1655 ; Captain by 1662 ; Cap- 
tain of the Castle, 1665-86. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. William H. Lytle. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet TurnbiiU. 

Miss Anna Graeme Tnrnbull. 

Clapp, Samuel, 1634-1708. 

Captain, 1689; Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1690-93, 1695-96, 1698, 
1699, 1700-01. 

Mrs. William H. Lytle. 

Clark, Daniel, 1623-17 10. 

Secretary of the Colony of 
Connecticut, 1658-63, 1665, 
1666; Assistant, 1662, 1664, 
1665, 1666, 1667 ; Deputy, 1657- 
61 ; Lieutenant first Troop of 
Horse, 1658; Captain of 
Horse, 1664 ; Named Assistant 
in Charter of Charles II. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Clarke, Jeremiah, 1652. 

A Founder of the Historic Char- 
ter Colony of Newport, Rhode 
Island, being one of the nine 
who settled Newport, 1639; 
Acting Treasurer for Ports- 
mouth and Newport, 1639; 
Treasurer for Newport, 1644- 
47 ; General Treasurer for the 
Colony of Rhode Island, 1647- 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



49; Assistant, 1648; President 
Regent, 1648; Acting as Gov- 
ernor under this title, pending 
Governor Coddrington's clear- 
ance of certain accusations ; 
Lieutenant, 1642 ; Captain, 
1644. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Clarkson, Matthew, 1702. 

Commissioned in 1689 by Wil- 
liam III, Secretary of the Col- 
ony of New York, and held 
office until his death. 

Mrs. George Whitelock. 

Claypoole, James, 1634-1687. 

Member of Assembly of Penn- 
sylvania, 1686; Member of 
Provincial Council, 1687 ; Reg- 
ister-General, 1686. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Clayton, Zebulon, c. 1695-c. 1735. 

Member North Carolina Assem- 
bly, 1733, 1734. 1735 ; Justice of 
Precinct Court, 1735. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Clement, Robert, 1580-1658. 

Deputy for Haverhill to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay. 1647, 1648-53 ; Magistrate 
of the Court of Norfolk Coun- 
ty, 1648-49. 

Mrs. Morris L. Croxall. 

Clowes, John, 1687. 

Member Pennsylvania Assembly, 

1683-87. 
Miss Ethel Hough. 
Mrs. William H. Lytle. 



Coddington, William, 1601-1678. 
One of the Historic Founders of 
the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay ; Chosen Assistant in Eng- 
land, 1629; Chosen Assistant 
in Massachusetts Bay, 1630-37 ; 
Treasurer of the Colony, 1634- 
36 ; Deputy for Boston, 1637 ; 
Founder of the Historic Char- 
ter Colony, of Portsmouth, 
being one of the eighteen orig- 
inal Proprietors of Aquidneck 
who settled Pocasset, 1638; 
Judge at Portsmouth, 1638, 
1639 ; Founder of the Historic 
Colony of Newport, being one 
of the nine who settled New- 
port, 1639 ; Judge at Newport, 
1639-40; Governor of Ports- 
mouth and Newport, 1640-47 ; 
President of the Colony, 1648, 
1649 ; Commissioner for New- 
port, 1656, 1663; Deputy for 
Newport to the General As- 
sembly of Rhode Island, 1666; 
Named in the Royal Charter 
of Charles II, 1663 ; Assistant 
of the Colony of Rhode Island, 
1666-67 ; Deputy-Governor, 
1673 ; Governor of Rhode Is- 
land, 1674-76, 1678. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 



Coddington, William, II. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 1683- 

85. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 



Coe, John, 1658-1741. 
Captain of Train Band of Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1709. 
Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 



Cocke, Richard. 
Burgess for Henrico County. 

Va., 1644-54. 
Mrs. Thomas H. Bowles. 

CocKSHUTT, Thomas, 1722. 

Appointed Rector of All Saints 
Parish, Calvert County, 23 
June, 1697, and served till his 
death in 1722. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 



CoE, Robert, 1672. 

High Sheriflf of Yorkshire, Long 

Island, 1669-71. 
Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 



Coffin, Tristram, 1609- 1681. 
Chief Magistrate of Nantucket, 

Mass., 1671-73, 1677-81. 
Mrs. J . Ryan Devereux. 
Mrs. William T. Hamilton. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



147 



Coffin, Tristram, Jr., 1632-1704. 

Lieutenant at Newbury, 1683 ; 
Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1695, 170D-02. 

Mrs. William T. Hamilton. 

COGGESHALLE, JoHN, 159I-1647. 

Deputy from Boston to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1634- 
37; Founder of Rhode Island 
as one of the Original Proprie- 
tors of Aquidneck, 1638; 
Founder and Elder of New- 
port, 1639 ; President of Rhode 
Island Colony, 1647 ; Assistant, 
1640-43. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

CoGGESHALLE, JoSHUA, 1623-1688. 

Deputy, Rhode Island, 1664, 
1666, 1667, 1670-72 ; Assistant, 
1669. 1670, 1672-76. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



COLDEN, CaDWALADER, 1688-I776. 

Lieut.-Governor of the Province 
of New York, 1760-62, 1763-65, 
1769, 1770, 1774-76; Member 
of Governor's Council, 1721- 
76; Commissioner of Bound- 
aries, 1723, 1725, 1731 ; Sur- 
veyor-General, 1720-62. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

CoLE, Robert, 1655. 

One of the Thirteen Original 

Proprietors of Providence 

Plantations, 1636. 
Mrs. Monte Griffith. 
Mrs. J. S. B. Hodges. 
Mrs. William W. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Cole, William, 1637-1693. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1675-94; Secretary of 
State, 1690-91 ; One of the 
Original Trustees of William 
and Mary College, 1693 ; Coun- 
ty Lieutenant, Warwick Coun- 
ty, 1680. 

Mrs. Alexander Barton Randall. 

Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 



COLEBOURNE, WiLLIAM, C. 1619- 
1689. 

Commander in Chief of Somer- 
set County Militia, 1676. 
Mrs. Francis L. Loring. 

CoLEGATE, Richard, 1676-1721. 
Burgess from Baltimore County, 

1709-21 ; Colonel of Militia. 
Mrs. Albert Sidney Burleson. 
Mrs. John G. Christopher. 
Mrs. Claude Douglas Johns. 
Mrs. Thomas Washington. 

Coleman, Francis, 1700 . 

Member of Virginia House of 
Burgesses for Caroline Coun- 
ty, 1766-67. 

Mrs. Herbert D. Thompson. 

Miss Nora Louise Thompson. 

Coleman, William, 1643 . 

Member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1676; Ensign, 1692. 
Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 
Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Coluer, William, 1670. 

Assistant, 1634-65, Plymouth 
Colony ; Member of the Coun- 
cil of War ; Commissioner for 
the United Colonies, 1643. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Collins, Edward, 1603-1689. 
Deputy for Cambridge, Mass., 

1654-70. _ 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Collins, Francis, 1635-1720. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1683-85 ; Member of Gov- 
ernor Jennings' Council, 1683; 
Judge of West Jersey Court, 
1684, and of Gloucester Coun- 
ty Court, 1684, etc. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Colston, William. 

Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1692. 
Mrs. William C. Page. 



148 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



CoMEGYs, Cornelius, 1638-1708. 

Justice, Kent County, 1676-89, 
and of Quorum, 1688-89 ; Cap- 
tain of Foot, Kent County 
Militia, 4 September, 1689. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

CoMEGYS, William, 1664-1736. 
Justice, Kent County, 1707-25. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

CoNANT, Roger, 1593-1679. 

One of the Founders of Massa- 
chusetts Bay Colony; Gov- 
ernor at Cape Ann, 1625-26; 
Governor at Salem, 1627 ; Dep- 
uty to first Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1634 ; Magistrate of 
Quarter Court at Salem, 1637. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

CoNTEE, Alexander, 1691-1740. 
Burgess for Charles County, 

1724. 
Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 
Mrs. Donald McLean. 
Mrs. John Ritchie. 
Mrs. Milton Welsh. 

Conway, Edwin, 1681-1763. 
Burgess for Lancaster County, 

Va., 1712-47. 
Mrs. T. Step toe Boswell. 
Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Cook, Aaron, 1610-1690. 

Deputy for Northampton to the 
General Court, 16^; Ensign, 
1676 ; Captain of a garrison in 
King Philip's War; Major of 
Hartford Troop, 1658. 

Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

CooKE, Francis, 1663. 

Seventeenth Signer of the May- 
flower Compact. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

CoOKE, MORDECAI. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1696, 1702-14; Sheriff, 
Gloucester County, 1698. 

Mrs. Thomas Henry Gaither. 



Cooper, Joseph, 1666-1749. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly for nineteen years; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1703. 

Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Cooper, William, 1632-1710. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1682-85, 1688, 1697 ; Justice 
of the Peace, 1682-86; Judge 
of Gloucester County Court, 
1686; Member of the Proprie- 
tors' Council, 1689; Commis- 
sioner of Lands, 1682, 1684, 
1685. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

CoppocK, Bartholomew, 1720. 

Member Penn's Council, 1688- 
90; Member Assembly, Ches- 
ter County, 1686-87, 1692, 1695, 
1697. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

CoRBiN, Henry, 1629-1676. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1658-59; Member of 
Council, 1663-67. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Pennington. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Mary Sullivan. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



149 



Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

CoRBiN, Richard, c. 1700 . 

President Council of Virginia; 

King's Receiver; General of 

the Province. 
Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Cornell, Gideon, 1710-1765. 
Lieut.-Governor and Chief Jus- 
tice of Rhode Island. 
Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

CouRSEY, William, 1684. 

High Sheriff, Calvert County, 
1657-60; Justice, Kent County, 
1661, and of Talbot County, 
1661, 1765, and Presiding Jus- 
tice, 1681 ; High Sheriff, Talbot 
County, 1667-69, 1674, 1678; 
Burgess, Talbot County, i6<56- 
68. 

Mrs. Henry Abert Orrick. 

Courtney, Thomas, 1641-1706. 
Lieutenant of Troop of Horse, 

St. Marys County, 1678. 
Miss Elisabeth Boone. 
Mrs. Spaulding Lowe Jenkins. 
Mrs. Alfred Klots. 

Courts, John, 1655-1702. 

Justice, Charles County, 1685-89 ; 
Captain of Horse, Charles 
County Militia, 1689; Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1694 ; Colonel, 1695 ; 
Member of Council, 1692-97. 

Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 

Mrs. William K. Beans. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parr an. 

Courts. John, H, 1691-1748. 
Burgess, Charles County, 1728' 

48. 
Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 
Mrs. William K. Beans. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

CouYN, Casparus, 1693 . 

Ensign of Foot, New York Mi- 
litia, 8 January, 1735; First 
Lieutenant, 30 November, 1743. 
Mrs. Hugh Lennox Bond, Jr. 



CouYN, Casparus, IL 1725-1805. 

Member Committee of Safety, 
Clavrack District New York, 
^77S ; Commissioned Captain 
8th Regiment, New York Vol- 
unteers, 20 October, 1775. 

Mrs. Hugh Lennox Bond, Jr. 

Covington, Leonard, 1742. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1738-40. 
Miss Sally Somervell Mackall. 

CowPLAND, Caleb, 1758. 

Member Pennsylvania Provin- 
cial Assembly, 1729-36; Jus- 
tice of the Peace, 1733, 1738, 
1741, 1749; Trustee of Loan 
Office, 1738-43; Puisne Judge, 
1750-58. _ 

Mrs. William Harrison Gill. 

CowPLAND, Jonathan, 1724 . 

Captain of the armed boat Fame, 

17 October, 1776. 
Mrs. William Harrison Gill. 

Crabb, Thomas, 1720. 

Burgess for Charles County, 
1708, 171 1 ; Styled Captain in 
Journals of 1709-11. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Cradock, Doctor John, 1749-1794. 

Delegate to Maryland Conven- 
tion, 1776; Member of Com- 
mittee of Observation; Major, 
" Soldier's Delight Battalion," 
1776. 

Mrs. Andrew Fuller Fox. 

Cradock, Thomas, 1718-1770. 
Chaplain to the Provincial Com- 
missioners who met at Lan- 
caster, Penna., in 1744 to nego- 
tiate a treaty with the Indians. 
Mrs. Andrew Fuller Fox. 

Craske, Edmund, 1640-1683. 

Captain, Rappahannock County, 

Va., Militia, 1676, in Bacon's 

Rebellion. 
Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 
Mrs. William B. Wilson. 



ISO 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Craske, John, 1668-1706. 

Captain of Richmond County, 

Va., Militia, in active service 

against Indians, 1704. 
Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 
Mrs. William B. Wilson. 



Craufurd, David, i 736-1800. 
Justice, Prince Georges County, 
1773 ; Member of Maryland 
Convention, 1774-75. 
Mrs. James L. Henry. 

Cresap, Daniel, 1727-1798. 

Member Committee of Safety, 

Frederick County, 1775. 
Mrs. Samuel W. Holladay. 
Mrs. Harrv S. Mulliken. 



Cresap, Daniel, II, i753-i794- 
First Lieutenant Smallwood's 
Battalion, 1775 ; Lieut.-Colonel 
of Militia, Alleghany County, 
1794, and commanded a regi- 
ment in the Whiskey Insurrec- 
tion. 
Mrs. Samuel W. Holladay. 
Mrs. Harrv S. Mulliken. 



Cresap, Thomas, 1702-1788. 

Surveyor of Western Maryland, 
1737-50; Captain of Riflernen, 
1754, and served with distinc- 
tion in the French and Indian 
War; Burgess, Frederick 
County, 1765, and several times 
subsequently ; Colonel of 
Maryland Forces. 

Miss Elizabeth G. Collier. 

Miss Lucy A. Collier. 

Mrs. Robert R. Henderson. 

Mrs. Samuel W. Holladay. 

Mrs. Ashley Lezms. 

Mrs. Harry S. Mulliken. 

Mrs. Lloyd Rowlings. 

Cropper, John, 1755-1821. 

Captain of Virginia Minute Men, 
1775, and later his company 
was attached to the gth Vir- 
ginia Regiment ; Brig.-General, 
2 1st Virginia Brigade, 1815. 

Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 



Cropper, Sebastian, 1731-1776. 
Commissioned Captain, Accomac 
County Militia, 30 September, 

1773. 
Mrs. L. McLane Tiifany. 

Croshaw, Joseph, 1667. 

Justice of York County, Va., 
1655. and subsequently Major 
of the County Militia; Mem- 
ber of the Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1659-60. 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 



Curtis, John, 1698. 

Member of Penn's Assembly, 
1682-85; Justice of the Peace 
for Kent County, Del., 1689. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 



Curtis, Richard, 1695. 

Member of Penn's Assembly for 

Kent County, Del., 1690. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 



Cushing, John, 1627-1708. 

Deputy from Scituate to Plym- 
outh General Court, 1676, 1679, 
1682-86 ; Judge, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1692-96; Assistant, 
1689-91 ; Representative from 
Scituate to Massachusetts 
General Court, 1692. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



Cushing, John, II, 1660-1738. 

Representative from Scituate to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
1697, 1701-02; Councillor, 1706, 
1707-28 ; Judge, Plymouth 
Court of Common Pleas, June 
7, 1700-28; Judge, Superior 
Court, 1728-33. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



151 



CusHiNG, John, III, 1695-1778. 

Representative from Scituate to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
173s, 1736, 1737 ; Councillor, 
1736-63 ; Judge, Plymouth 
Court of Common Pleas, 1738- 
47; Judge, Superior Court, 
1748-71. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turtibull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

CusHiNG, John, 1742/3-1822. 

Colonel of second Plymouth 
County Mass., Regiment, Com- 
missioned March, 1776, and 
served throughout the Revo- 
lutionary War. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

CusTis, John, 1630-1696. 
Member Council of Virginia, 
1680; Major-General of Vir- 
ginia Forces. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 
Mrs. Alan Cole. 
Mrs. Daniel Combs. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 
Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 
Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. Edmund A. Munoz, 
Mrs. Clement L. Shaver. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 
Mrs. Jatnes W. Wilson. 



Custis, John, II, 1653-1713. 

Member of Council of Virginia, 
1699 ; Colonel and Commander 
in Chief of Militia on Eastern 
Shore of Virginia. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 



Mrs. Alan Cole. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 
Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 
Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. Edmnnd A. Munoz. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 
Mrs. James W. Wilson. 

Custis, William, 1633-1726. 

Member of Quorum of Virginia ; 
Captain in Colonial service in 
Accomac County, Va., 1678-93 ; 
Colonel, 1715-26; Justice of 
the Peace and Court of Chan- 
cery. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Mrs. William Parke Custis. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munoz. 



CuTT, John, 1681. 

First President of the Council, 
Province of New Hampshire, 
September 18, 1680; Deputy 
from Portsmouth to Massa- 
chusetts General Court, 1676. 

Miss Elizabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

CuTTS, Robert, Sr., 1674. 

Special Justice Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Kittery, Me. ; Jus- 
tice of the Peace with author- 
ity to manage affairs of that 
part of the Province of INIaine. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Dandridge, Alexander Spotts- 
wooD, 1753-1785- 

Lieutenant Fourth Virginia 
Dragoons, June 17, 1776; Cap- 
tain, Virginia Artillery Battal- 
ion, November 30, 1776; Cap- 
tain First Continental 
Dragoons, March 15, 1777. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 



152 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Dandridge, Nathaniel West, 
1729-1786. 
Burgess for Hanover County, 

Va., 1758. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 



Dashiell, George, 1690-1748. 
Member of Assembly for Som- 
erset County, 1745/6; Colonel 
of Militia. 
Miss A. Belle Dashiell. 



Dandridge, William, 1743. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, and Commissioner on 
the boundary of Virginia and 
North Carolina, 1727; Captain 
in the Royal Navy, 1737-43. 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Dare, Gideon, 1757. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1726-31. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Dare, Nathaniel, 1660-1742. 
Burgess, Calvert County, 1708- 

II, 1716-18. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Darnall, Henry, 171 1. 

Qualified, 4 June, 1679, as Mem- 
ber of Council and served 
until i68g ; Commissioned, i 
May, 1684, Councillor and 
Deputy-Governor, serving un- 
til 1689; Summoned as Cap- 
tain, 13 July, 1676, to attend 
Council of War; Styled 
Lieut.-Colonel, 1679, and Colo- 
nel, 1681 ; High Sheriff of Cal- 
vert County, 1674-76, 1677-79. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. Outerbridge Horsey. 

Mrs. Henry F. Le H. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W . Mackenzie. 

Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Mrs. Herbert Pay son. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Darnall, Henry, 1703 . 

Attorney-General of the Prov- 
ince, 1754. 
Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 



Dashiell, James, 1697. 

Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses for Somerset County; 
Justice and Military Officer, 
1694. 

Miss A. Belle Dashiell. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Mrs. Jay M. Whitham. 

Dashiell, James, HI, 1690-1736/7. 
Justice of the Peace and Sheriff 
for Somerset County, 1726-37. 
Miss A. Belle Dashiell. 

Dashiell, Thomas, 1666-1755/6. 
Burgess for Somerset County, 

1715-16. 
Miss A. Belle Dashiell. 



Daves, John, 1748-1804. 

Ensign, 1776; Lieutenant, 1777; 
Captain, 1781, North Carolina 
Line. 
Miss Jennie Haywood Daves. 

Davis, James, 1664-1715. 

Representative from Gloucester 
to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1695-99, 1701-03, 1708- 
09; Ensign, 1681, and Captain, 
1689, in Massachusetts Bay 
Colony Militia. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne, 

Davis, John. 

Member Pennsylvania Assembly, 

1747, 1748. 
Mrs. B. H. Brewster. 



De Chastaignier, Alexandre 
Thesee, 1743. 

Member of the Commons House 
of Assembly for Craven Coun- 
ty, S. C, 1693. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



153 



Decker, Frederick, 1740-1804. 

Member of the Committee of In- 
spection and Safety, I774i 
from Pipe Creek (Baltimore 
Township). 

Mrs. George Watson French. 

Mrs. George Watson French, 2d. 

Mrs. William Blair Holliday. 

Mrs. Bryant Smith. 

De Haes, Joannes, 1694. 

Justice, New Castle, Del., 1680; 
Member of Assembly, 1683, 
1687, 1688, 1690. 
Mrs. Richard Oden Mullikin. 

De La Montagne, Jan, i 593-1670. 
Vice-Director of Fort Orange, 
1656, 1664; Member of the 
Council of the Director-Gen- 
eral of Nieuw Netherland, 
1638-56; Delegate to Conven- 
tion at Nieuw Amsterdam, 
1653 ; Commander of Troops 
on Manhattan Island, 1640-56 ; 
Sent in command of Troops to 
defend Fort Good Hope; 
Commissioner to superintend 
the fortifying of Nieuw Am- 
sterdam ; Commissioner to 
settle disputes with English, 

1655. 
Mrs. William T. Manning. 
Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 

De Lancy, Peter, 1705-1770. 
Member of Assembly, Province 

of New York, 1750-68. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 
Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Deming, John, 1615-1705. 

Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut from Wethers- 
field, 1649-1661, 1667, 1668, 
1669, 1672 ; Named as one of 
the Patentees of Connecticut, 
by Charles II, in the Royal 
Charter, 1662. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Miss Rebecca D. Williams. 

Denison, George, 1620- 1694. 
Deputy from Stonington to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 



1654, 1656, 1671, 1674, 167s, 
1678, 1682, 1683, 1684, 1685-87, 
1689, 1693, 1694; Captain in 
King Philip's War; Captain, 
New London Troops, 1675-76. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Denison, Robert, 1673- 1737. 

Captain of Connecticut Militia; 
Assistant, 1720; Commissioner 
for Stonington, 1724. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Denning, William, 1740-1819. 
Member of the Committee of 
One Hundred, New York, 

1775. 
Mrs. J. S. B. Hodges. 

Dennis, Donnack, 1716. 

High Sheriff, Somerset County, 

1685. 
Mrs. Harry C. Cook. 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Dennis, John, 1704-1766. 
Burgess, Somerset County, 1755. 
Mrs. Harry C. Cook. 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Denson, William. 

Burgess for Upper Norfolk 

County, Va., 1650-59. 
Mrs. Calvin W. Hendrick. 

Dent, George, 1690- 1754. 

Three years High Sheriff of 
Charles County; Member of 
the Assembly ; Justice of the 
Provincial Court, 1729; Chief 
Justice at the time of his death, 
1754. 

Mrs. James C. Pilling. 

Dent, John, 1711. 

Commissioner and Justice of the 
Peace, 1679; Served against 
the Indians at Susquehannock 
Fort, 1681 ; Captain to regu- 
late Military Affairs in Chap- 
tico Hundred, St. Marys 
County, 1694. 



154 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. Walter JV. Atkinson. 
Mrs. Henry Palfrey. 
Mrs. Norwood K. Vance. 

Dent, Peter, 1694-1757. 

Justice, Prince George's County, 
1729-57 ; Of the Quorum from 
1732, and Presiding Justice, 
1741-50, 1752-57- 

Mrs. Lafayette E. Campbell. 

Dent, Thomas, 1676. 

Justice, St. Marys County, 1661- 

68; High Sheriff, 1664-65; 

Burgess, 1669, 1674-76. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 
Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 
Mrs. Lafayette E. Campbell. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Mrs. James C. Pilling. 
Mrs. Milton Welsh. 

Dent, William, c. 1660- 1704/5. 

Burgess for Charles County, 
1692-97 ; Speaker of the House, 
1704; Attorney-General, 1698- 
1700 ; Captain of Foot, 1694 ; 
Styled "Major," 1697; Styled 
" Lieut. -Colonel," 1704. 

Mrs. Lafayette E. Campbell. 

Mrs. James C. Pilling. 

De Peyster, Abraham, 1657-1728. 

Member of Governor's Council, 
New York, 1698-1702, 1708, 
1710-22; Mayor of New York 
City, 1691 ; Chief Justice of 
the Province, 1701 ; Receiver- 
General, 1708; Treasurer of 
the Province, 1706-21 ; Colonel 
of a Regiment of Foot, 1695. 

Mrs. George Whitelock. 

Derby, Richard, 1712-1783. 

Member General Court of Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, 1769-73 ; Mem- 
ber Governor's Council, 1774- 

Mrs. Benjamin P. Moore. 

De Sille, Nicasius, 1600 . 

Schout Fiscaal, New Nether- 
land, 1656-64 ; First Council- 
lor to the Director-General, 



1653-64; Commissioner of 
Boundaries, 1654-56; Captain- 
Lieutenant of the Burgher 
Corps, 1656. 
Mrs. R. Curson Hoffman. 



Dickinson, Samuel, 1689-1760. 

Presiding Judge, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Kent County, Del., 
1740; Associate Judge, Su- 
preme Court of Delaware, 
1754. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 



Dickinson, Walter, 1621-1681. 
Justice, Talbot County, 1679. 
Miss Christiana Bond. 
Miss Isabel M. Bond. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Mrs. William H. Hay ward. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Matming. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 



DiGGES, Cole, 1692-1744. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses ; Member of 
Council, 1719-44 ; County Lieu- 
tenant of Elizabeth City, War- 
wick and York Counties, 1728. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 



DiGGES, Sir Dudley, 1583-1639. 

Member of Council of the Vir- 
ginia Company, 1609; Pat- 
ented land in Virginia, 1620. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. William, S. Myer. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

DiGGES, Dudley, 1665-1710. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1698-1710; Auditor-Gen- 
eral. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



155 



DiGGES, Edward, 1620-1675. 

Member Council of Virginia, 

1654-75 ; Governor of Virginia, 

1656-58. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Ah ell. 
Mrs. John W. Baughman. 
Dr. Mary N. Browne. 
Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 
Mrs. H. B. Denman. 
Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 
Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William S. Myer. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 
Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 
Miss Henrietta Stenart. 
Miss Mary Elisabeth Steuart. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 
Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 
Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 



DiGGEs, William, 1695. 

Justice, York County, Va., 1671 ; 
Captain of Horse, 1674 ; and in 
active service in Bacon's Re- 
bellion, 1676; High Sheriflf, 
York County, 1679 ; Sworn a 
Member of Maryland Council, 
9 February, 1679/80 and served 
until, 1689; Styled "Captain," 
1680, and "Colonel," 1682; 
One of the Deputy-Governors, 
17 August, 1685. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Mrs. John W. Baughman. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford, 

Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 

Miss Henrietta Steuart. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Steuart. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 



Dill, Matthew, 1776. 

Commissioned Captain in Colo- 
nel Benjamin Chambers' Regi- 
ment, 1743 ; Commissioned 
Justice of the Peace and Court 
of Common Pleas, York Coun- 
ty, Penna., 10 March, 1749. 

Mrs. Charles M. Morris. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

DoANE, John, c. 1590-c. 1685. 

Assistant for Plymouth, 1633 ; 
Deputy for Plymouth to Plym- 
outh General Court, 1639, 
1642, 1643 ; for Eastham, 1649, 
1650, 1653, 1659- 

Mrs. Yates Stirling. 



DoRSEY, Caleb, 1683-1742. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1718-19, 1722. 
Mrs. James Anthony. 
Mrs. William B. Hurst. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 
Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 

DoRSEY, Caleb, Jr., 1710-1772. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1738-39. 
Mrs. Edward S. Beall. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

DoRSEY, Caleb, c. 1736-c. 1790. 
Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, Anne Arundel County, 
1775- 
Mrs. Edward S. Beall. 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

DoRSEY, Daniel, 1757-1823. 

Captain, 3d Maryland Battalion 

of Flying Camp, 1776-77. 
Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 



156 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



DoRSEY, Edward, 1705. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1679-89; Captain, 1686; Major, 
1687; Major of Horse, Anne 
Arundel County, 1689; Bur- 
gess, Anne Arundel County, 
1694-97, and for Baltimore 
County, 1701-05 ; Styled 
" Colonel," 1702 ; Judge of 
High Court of Chancery, 
1695/6. 

Miss Alice IV. Ball. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Mrs. Louis C. Bulkley. 

Miss Isabel M. Daniel. 

Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. John C. Doolan. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 

Mrs. Martin Gillet Gill. 

Mrs. James M. Goggin. 

Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 

Mrs. William Heyburn. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hogtie. 

Mrs. John D. Howard. 

Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. A. C. Kemper. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Mrs. William Keyser. 

Mrs. George A. Leiper. 

Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 

Mrs. George K. Mackey. 

Mrs. William T. Manning. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. Walter R. Mitchell. 

Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 

Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Miss Mary Hill Ross. 

Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 

Mrs. E. W. B. Taylor. 

Mrs. William H. Thomson. 

Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 

Miss Ella L. Wartield. 

Mrs. Erastus Wells. 



Dorsey, John, 1685. 

Ensign in Colonial Militia ; Ad- 
vanced Money for the Use of 
the Province. 
Mrs. Albert L. Richardson. 



Dorsey, John, 1715. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1694-97 ; Burgess, 1692-93, 
1701-04; Member of Council, 
1710-15 ; Commissioner for 
laying out Annapolis, 1694; 
Signs as Military and Civil 
Ofificer, 1696; Receipts for 
Ammunition as " Captain." 

Mrs. James E. Allison. 

Mrs. James Anthony. 

Mrs. John M. Bass. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Richard Cheatham. 

Mrs. IV. R. Cole. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis, 

Mrs. Thomas Donaldson. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Airs. Charles D. Fisher. 

Mrs. John D. Howard. 

Mrs. William B. Hurst. 

Miss Margaret G. Jones. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Elizabeth W. D. Ligon. 

Miss Emily McBlair. 

Miss Mary W. P. McBlair. 

Mrs. Henry Moore. 

Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 

Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Mrs. George E. Price. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Mrs. Virginia McBlair Smith. 

Mrs. E. W. B. Taylor. 

Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 

Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 

Mrs. Jo hi O. Turnbull. 

Miss Ella L. Wartield. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Mrs. Wm. D. Washburn, Jr. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Dorsey. John, Jr., 

1761. 
Captain of Militia, Anne Arun- 
del County, 1742. 
Mrs. William B. Hurst. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



157 



DoRSEY, John, 1736-1810. 

Member Maryland Convention 
for Anne Arundel County, 
177s; Field Officer of Elk 
Ridge Battalion, 1775 ; Colonel 
of Elk Ridge Battalion, 1776- 
78. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

DoRSEY, Joshua, 1686-1747. 
Justice, Baltimore County, 1712- 

14; Captain of Militia, 1742. 
Miss Alice W. Ball. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

DoRSEY, Nicholas, 1741 . 

Member of Committee of Obser- 
vation for Delaware Hundred, 
Baltimore County, 1775; En- 
sign in Captain Godman's 
Regulars; Lieutenant in 
Fourth Regiment Continental 
Troops, 1777-78. 

Mrs. E. W. B. Taylor. 

DoRSEY, Thomas. 

Member of Maryland Conven- 
tion, July, 1775 ; Field Officer, 
Elk Ridge Battalion, February 
2, 1776. 

Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 

Doughty, Francis. 

Patroon of Long Island ; Grant 
for land at Maspeth, with 
Manorial rights, received, 1642. 
Mrs. John R. Long. 

Douglas, George, c. 1698-1758. 
King's Attorney for Accomac 
County, Va. ; Burgess, 1742-55. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

Douglas, John, 1703-1766. 

Captain of Train Band of Plain- 
field, Conn., 1745 ; Lieutenant, 
1741 ; Deputy for Plainfield to 
General Assembly, 1739, 1741, 
1742. 

Miss Ellen Perkins Kilpatrick. 

Mrs. William D. Kilpatrick. 

Dow, Henry, 1634-1707. 

Ensign, Hampton Company, 
1689; Captain, 1692; Marshal 



of Norfolk County, 1673, 1680; 
Representative, 1693, 1697-99; 
Mandamus Councillor, 1702- 
07; Justice, Inferior Court of 
Common Pleas, 1695 ; Reap- 
pointed, 1697; Senior Justice, 
1699-1707. 

Mrs. Francis Griswold. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

DowNEs, Charles, c. 1705-1774. 
Justice, Queen Annes County, 
1735-S1, and of Quorum, 1739- 
51. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Doyne, Joshua, 1698. 

High Sheriff, St. Marys County 

1683. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Monte Griffith. 
Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 

Drummond, Richard. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1714; Military Officer 
of Accomac forces. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Dudley, Thomas, 1576-1653. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
.Massachusetts Bay ; Governor 
of Massachusetts, 1634, 1640, 
1645, 1650; Deputy-Governor, 
1630-33, 1637, 1638, 1639, 1646- 
49, 1651, 1652; Assistant (in 
England, 1629), 1635, 1636, 
1641-44; Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, 1642, 1647, 
1649 ; Lieutenant-C o 1 o n e 1, 
South Suffolk Regiment, 1636; 
Sergeant-Major-General, 1644 ; 
A Founder of Harvard Col- 
lege. 

Miss Elsie Hilton Cross. 

Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 

Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

Dudley, William, 1639-1700. 

Deputy for Saybrook to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1682-87, 1689-95. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



158 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Duke, James, 1754. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1731- 

54; Of Quorum from 1736. 
Mrs. William L. Lezvis. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Mrs. John H. Williains. 



DuLANY, Daniel, 1686-1753. 

Burgess for Annapolis, 1722-24, 
1738-41 ; Burgess for Anne 
Arundel County, 1727-38 ; 
Member of Council, 1741-53 ; 
Attorney-General, 1722; Com- 
missary General, 1721-27, 1734- 

53. 
Miss Adele M. Batre. 
Mrs. Alfred Batre. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. J. Southgate Lemtnon. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

DuLANY, Daniel, Jr., 1721-1797. 
Burgess for Frederick County, 
1751-54; For Annapolis, 1756- 
57; Member of Council, 1757- 
74; Mayor of Annapolis, 1764; 
Secretary of Maryland from 
1761. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon, 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

DuLANY, Walter, 1721-1773. 
Member of Council and Com- 
missary General. 
Miss Adele M. Batre. 
Mrs. Alfred Batre. 

Dungan, Rev. Thomas. 
Member Rhode Island Assembly, 

1678-81. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 

Dunn, Robert, 1676. 

Burgess for Kent County, 1663- 
6g ; Justice. Kent County, 1664- 
6g; High Sheriff, 1673-76. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 



Dunn, Robert. 

Burgess for Kent County, 1722- 

24. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Durand, Levi, 1765. 

Missionary sent by the " Socie- 
ty for the Propagation of the 
Gospel in Foreign Parts " to 
South Carolina, 1740 ; Rector 
of Christ Church Parish, 1741- 
51, and of St. John's Parish, 
1751-65. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Durborow, Hugh, 1687-1755. 

Prothonotary, Recorder, Regis- 
ter of Wills and Justice of the 
Peace for Kent County, Del., 
1735- 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Duval, John, 17 13 . 

Member Committee of Obser- 
vation, Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1775; Captain, Prince 
Georges County Militia, S 
September, 1777. 

Miss Mary Rebecca Duval. 

Mrs. James H. Steuart. 

Duval, Marsh Mareen, 1741 . 

Member of committee to carry 
out resolves of Congress, 1774. 
Miss Mary Rebecca Duval. 

Eames, Anthony. 

Deputy for Hingham to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1637, 1638, 1643-44; Dep- 
uty for Marshfield to the Gen- 
eral Court of Plymouth, 1653- 
58, 1661 ; Member of a Council 
of War, 1657 ; Called Lieuten- 
ant, 1645. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Eames, Mark, 1693. 

Ensign of Marshfield, Mass., 
Military Company, 1655 ; Lieu- 
tenant, 1683 ; Deputy to the 
General Court for Marshfield, 
1662-78. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



159 



Earle, James, 1694-1739. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1719, 

1721. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Earle, Richard Tilghman, 1728- 

^778. 

Member Committee of Safety, 
Queen Annes County, I774) 
and of the Maryland Assem- 
bly, 1774-76; Colonel of the 
County Militia, 1776. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Eastow, William, 1655. 

Representative for Hampton, 

N. H., 1644, 1648, 1649. 
Mrs. Francis Griswold. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Eaton, William. 

Member of North Carolina As- 
sembly, 1746-53 ; Member 
Committee of Safety, 1775 ; 
Colonel of Militia, Northamp- 
ton County, N. C, 1776. 

Miss Jennie Haywood Daves. 

Edlowe, Matthew, c. 1637. 

Burgess for the plantation at 

the College, Va., 1629. 
Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Edlowe, Matthew, 1668. 

Burgess for James City County, 

Va., 1658-59. 
Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Edmonds, William. 

Commissioned Captain of Vir- 
ginia Militia, 28 Aug., 1761 ; 
On service against the Indians, 
June, 1764, under Colonel 
John Bell. 

Mrs. George A. Coulter. 

Miss Katharine Edmonds Payne. 

Edmondson, John. 

Member of Assembly for Talbot 

County, 1670. 
Miss Christiana Bond. 
Miss Isabel M. Bond. 
Mrs. William H. Hayward. 



Edmondson, Pollard. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1759-63 ; 
Commissioned 3d Lieutenant, 
Talbot County Militia, 22 Jan- 
uary, 1776 ; Represented Tal- 
bot County in Constitutional 
Convention of 1776. 

Mrs. Randolph Fishburne. 

Mrs. James Fortescue Giffen. 

Miss Lilian Giffen. 

Edmonstone, James, 1699 . 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1741-51. 
Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Eichelberger, Martin, 1716-1781. 
Court Justice, York County, 
Penna., 1757-60; Justice of the 
Peace, 1764-74. 
Mrs. G. H. Martin. 

Elbert, William, 1682-1736. 
Justice, Talbot County, ly^^-^i^. 
Mrs. Leonard Everett. 

Ellyson, Robert. 

Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1657-63. 
Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 
Mrs. J. Hough Cottman. 
Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

Emerson, Thomas, 1720. 

Justice for Talbot County, 1699 ; 
Of Quorum, 1707 ; Member of 
Assembly, 1717 ; Commissioner 
for locating towns, 1706; Lieu- 
tenant of Talbot County, 1777. 

Miss Christiana Bond. 

Miss Isabel M. Bond. 

Mrs. William H. Hayward. 

Emory, Arthur, 1663-1747. 

Justice, Kent County, 1706; Jus- 
tice, Queen Annes County, 
1708-30. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie. 

Ennalls, Bartholomew, 1643- 

1688. 
Burgess, Dorchester County, 

1678-82. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 
Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. Richard M. Diwall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 
Miss Henrietta Steuart. 
Miss Mary Elisabeth Steuart. 
Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 

Ennalls, Henry, 1675-1734. 
Burgess, Dorchester County, 

1712-13 ; Justice, 1726. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Miss Henrietta Steuart. 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Steuart. 

Ennalls, Joseph. 
Burgess, Dorchester County, 

1704. 
Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 

EsTE, Moses, 1752-1836. 

Lieutenant of Militia, Hunterdon 
County, N. J., 1774; Captain, 
1778; Severely wounded at 
battle of Monmouth. 

Mrs. William A. Fisher. 

Evans, John, 1738 . 

Member of first Virginia Assem- 
bly; Commissioned officer in 
the campaign of 1765. 

Mrs. John D. Howard. 

EVERSFIELD, JOHN, I70I-I780. 

Rector of St. Paul's Parish, 
Prince Georges County, for 
fifty years. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 



EwEN, Richard, 1660. 

Commissioner for regulating 
affairs and Member Provin- 
cial Court, 1654-55 ; Member 
General Assembly, 1654 ; 
Speaker, 1657 ; Burgess for 
Anne Arundel County, 1659/ 
60; Captain, 1655; Major, 
Anne Arundel County Militia. 
1658. 

Mrs. Louis C. Bulkley. 

Miss Margaret G. Jones. 

Mrs. A. C. Kemper. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Harrison Robertson. 

Miss Ella L. Warfield. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 

Farmer, Edward, 1670-1745. 

Justice, Philadelphia County 
Court, 1704; Coroner and In- 
terpreter to the Indians, 1712; 
Member Pennsylvania General 
Assembly, 1710-24. 

Mrs. Eustis Thompson. 

Mrs. John Snowden Tyson. 

Fauntleroy, Moore, 1616-1665. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1644-47, 1653, 1656-59; 
Colonel of Militia, Rappahan- 
nock County, 1656. 

Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Fauntleroy, William, 1684-1757. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1736-57. 
Mrs. Robert George Hogan. 

Fawcett, Walter, 1704/5. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly for Chester, 1695. 
Mrs. Eustis Thompson. 

Feake, Robert, 1668. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay; Deputy for Watertown 
to the General Court, 1634-36; 
Appointed Lieutenant, 1632. 

Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Fell, Joseph, 1668-1748. 
Member Pennsylvania Colonial 

Assembly, 1721, 1725, 1733. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



i6i 



Fenner, Arthur, 1662-1703. 

Commissioner for Providence to 
the Court of Commissioners 
of Rhode Island, 1653, 1655, 
1659-63; Assistant, 1657, 1665- 
68, 1672-76, 1679-86, 1690 ; Dep- 
uty for Providence to General 
Assembly of Rhode Island, 
1664, 1670, 1672, 1678, 1679, 
1692, 1699, 1700; Captain at 
Providence before 1670 ; 
Chief Commander of King's 
Garrison at Providence during 
King Philip's War; Agent to 
England, 1683. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 



Field, Peter, 1647- 1707. 

High Sheriff of Henrico Coun- 
ty, Va., 1682, and Captain in 
the County Militia, 1693; 
Major, New Kent County, 
1705; Member of the Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1693. 

Miss Esther Sidney Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

•Filmer, Henry. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, from James City 
County, 1642-43. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 



Fenner, Thomas, 1652-1718. 

Deputy, Rhode Island, 1683, 1691, 
1695, 1699, 1704-05 ; Assistant, 
1707-13, 1715-17 ; Major for the 
Main, 1712-13. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 



Fenwick, Cuthbert. 1614-1655. 
Member of Assembly, 1638 ; Jus- 
tice, St. Marys County, 1644. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. H. B. Denman. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 



Fenwick, Ignatius. 

Member of Maryland Conven- 
tion, 1774-76. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 



Field, Henry, 1734-1787. 
Member of Convention at Wil- 
liamsburg, Va., 1774; Member 
House of Burgesses, 1775; 
Member Committee of Safety, 

1775- 
Miss Margaret Field. 



FiTZHUGH, Henry, 1687-1758, 
High Sheriff, Stafford County, 
1715; Member of the Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1736-40. 
Mrs. Thomas H. Gaither. 
Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 

FiTZHUGH, John, 1733. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Stafford County. 
Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

FiTZHUGH, William, 1651-1701. 
Lieut.-Colonel, Westmoreland 

County Va., 1683 ; Member 

House of Burgesses, 1678-87; 

Colonel of Stafford County 

Forces, 1690. 
Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 
Mrs. Thomas H. Gaither. 
Miss Margaret Gordon. 
Mrs. John S. Hayes. 
Miss Elisabeth H. McLean. 
Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 
Mrs. Maynard McPherson. 
Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 
Mrs. James P. Parker. 
Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 
Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 

FiTZHUGH, WiLUAM, I72I-I798. 

Captain in Colonel Gooch's Reg- 
iment, and served in the attack 
on Cartagena, 1741 ; Burgess 
for Stafford County, Va., 1750, 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



1753, 1754; Colonel of Mary- 
land Troops in the expedition 
against the French and In- 
dians, 175s ; Member of Coun- 
cil of Maryland; Member 
Maryland Convention, August, 
1776; Councillor under the 
State Government. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 

Mrs. Maynard McPherson. 

Mrs. James P. Parker. 

Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 

FiTZ Randolph, Edward, i754- 

1837. 
First Lieutenant, 4th Regiment, 

Pennsylvania Line. 
Mrs. Thomas Marsh Smith. 

FiTz Randolph, Nathaniel, 1642- 

1713. 

Member of New Jersey General 
Assembly, 1693-94; High Sher- 
iff of Middlesex County, 1699. 

Mrs. Thomas Marsh Smith. 

Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Fletcher, Thomas, I7S4. 

Sent to Maryland by the Bishop 
of London, 1721 ; Rector of 
All-Hallows, Somerset Coun- 
ty. 1731. 

Mrs. Elihu E. Jackson. 

Mrs. William IV. Leonard. 

Mrs. Alva Van der Bogart. 

Floyd, Charles, 1718. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1704, 1711, 1714. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Fonda, Jellis, 1727-1791. 

First Lieutenant in Captain 
Edmund Matthews Company 
on Lake George, 1755 ; Indian 
Officer, 1759; Judge for Tryon 
County, N. Y., 1772. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Forbes, John, 1731-1780. 

Second Lieutenant, 3d Maryland 
Battalion, June - December, 
1776; Member of Congress 
from Maryland, 1778-80. 
Mrs. Arthur George Brown. 



Forrest, Thomas, 1718-1778. 

Member of Provincial Conven- 
tion for St. Marys County, 
1774; Member Committee of 
Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. George F. Elliott, 

Forrest, Uriah, 1803. 

Commissioned Lieutenant Inde- 
pendent Maryland Company, 
January 2, 1776; Lieut.-Colo- 
nel Maryland Line. 

Mrs. Edwin Bruce. 

Foster, Seth, 1674. 

Justice, Kent County, 1660-61 ; 
Justice, Talbot County, 1662, 
1664, 1666-72. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

FowKE, Gerard, 1669. 

Burgess for Westmoreland 
County, Va., 1663 ; Burgess for 
Charles County, Md.. 1666; 
Captain, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty Militia, 1658; Colonel, 1661. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. William W. Grant. 

Mrs. Daniel A. Grecnlces. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Mrs. James C. Pilling. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Rowland. 

Mrs. B. T. Story. 

FowKE, Gerard, 1662-1734. 

Burgess, Charles County, 1704- 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 
Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 

Fowler, Jonathan. 

Captain of a Militia Company, 

West Chester County, N. Y. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Fowler, William, 1598-1662. 
Magistrate of New Haven Col- 
ony, 1637, 1643, 1653, 1654; 
Deputy for Milford to New 
Haven General Court, 1657. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



163 



Fox, David, 1702. 

Burgess for Lancaster County, 
Va., 1677, 1680, 1685-86, 1692/3; 
Captain, Lancaster County Mi- 
litia. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Fox, Henry. 
Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses for King William 
County, 1 7 10. 
Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 

Francis, Tench, 1701 . 

Burgess for Talbot County, Md., 
^72>A-37\ Attorney-General of 
Pennsylvania, 1742-52; Mem- 
ber Common Council of Phila- 
delphia, 1747 ; Master of Rolls, 

1750-54- 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 
Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Miss Elizabeth T. Hemsley. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 
Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 



Franklin, Robert, 1682. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 
County, 1671-75 ; Justice, 1674- 
76; High Sheriff of Anne 
Arundel County, 10 March, 
1678/9-1682. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Fraser, John, 1720 . 

Chief Justice, Bedford County, 

Penna., March 12, 1771. 
Mrs. Russell Wetmore. 



Freeborn, Gideon, 1638-1720, 
Deputy to Rhode Island General 
Assembly, 1675, 1690, 1703-04, 
1713. 
Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

Freeborn, William, 1594-1670. 

One of the Original Proprietors 
of Aquidneck Who Settled 
Pocasset (later Portsmouth, 
R. L), 1638. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 



Freeman, Edmund, 1590-1682. 

Assistant, Plymouth Colony, 
1640-45 ; Deputy for Sandwich 
to General Court of Plymouth, 
1646 ; Member of the Councils 
of War, 1642, 1647. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Frisby, James, 1674. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1665. 
Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Frisby, James, 1704. 

Burgess for Cecil County, 1676- 
84; Member of Council, 1694- 
1701 ; Justice, Cecil County, 
1676-81. 

Mrs. Benjamin IV. Corkran. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Alfred J. Merritt. 

Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Frisby, James, 1676-1719. 

Burgess, Cecil County, 1715-19. 
Mrs. Ethan Allen. 
Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 

Frisby, Peregrine, 1688-1738. 
Burgess for Cecil County, 1713- 

14. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Gustav W. LUrman. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Frost, Charles, 1631-1697. 

Deputy for Kittery to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1658, 1660, 1661, 1669, 
1672, 1674; Councillor, 1693- 
97 ; Commissioner of Oyer and 
Terminer, 1692; Judge, Court 
of Common Pleas for York, 
1692-97 ; Lieutenant at Kit- 
tery; Captain, 1668; Com- 
mander of Maine Regiment, 
1680; Major, West Regiment, 
Maine, 1687 ; Member of First 
Provincial Council of Maine, 
1680. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Miss Elsie Hilton Cross. 



164 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Gantt, Edward, 1720 . 

Captain of Militia, 1747; Mem- 
ber Committee of Observation, 
Calvert County, 1774; Member 
Provincial Council, 1775 ; 
Member of Associated Free- 
men and of Committee of 
Safety. 

Miss Elizabeth C. IVilliatns. 

Mrs. T. J. C. IVilliams. 



Gantt, Thomas, 1692. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1689-91 ; 

Of the Quorum, 1683. 
Miss Virginia B. Boiinc. 
Miss Elizabeth C. IVilliams. 
Mrs. T. J. C. IVilliams. 



Gantt, Thomas, II, 1763. 

Justice, 1726-33 ; Of the Quorum, 
1728 ; Sheriff, Prince Georges 
County, 1730; Judge of Oyer 
and Terminer, 1748; Burgess 
for Prince Georges County, 
1722-28. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. T. J. C. Williams. 



Gantt, Thomas, IV, 1736 . 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

'^773-75 ; Member of Maryland 

Convention of 1775. 
Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 



Gardiner, Luke, 1622-1674. 

Burgess, St. Marys County, 1660- 
62, 1671 ; Justice, 1661, 1664- 
66; High Sheriff, 1672-74; 
Lieutenant, St. Marys County 
Militia, 1660; Captain, 1664. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Miss Nora Anthony Queen. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Gardiner, Richard, 1687. 

Justice and of the Quorum, St. 

Marys County. Md., 1677-86; 

Burgess, 1681-87. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 



Garrett, Samuel, 1672-1743. 
Member of Provincial Assembly 
of Pennsylvania, 1714, 171S, 
1717- 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 



Garrett, William, 1643-1724. 
Member of Provincial Assembly 

of Pennsylvania, 1706, 1707. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 



Gassav^ay, Nicholas, 1691. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1679-80, 1685-89; Member of 
Committee of Twenty for ad- 
ministering Affairs in Mary- 
land, 1690; Justice, Provincial 
Court, 1691 ; Captain, 1681, 
Militia of Anne Arundel 
County; Major, 1685-89; Colo- 
nel, about 1690 or 1691. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. Leslie Cheek. 

Mrs. Martin Gillet Gill. 

Mrs. William Hitt. 

Mrs. George A. Leiper. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Mrs. Frank W. Webster. 

Airs. Louis Garth Wood. 



Gassaway, Nicholas, 1719-1775. 
Justice of the Quorum, 1748-51 ; 
Justice of Anne Arundel 
County, 1743-51- 
Mrs. William Hitt. 



Gassaway, Thomas, 1683-1739. 
High Sheriff of Anne Arundel 
County, 1711-14; Coroner, 
1722. 
Mrs. William Hitt. 



Gaylord, William, 1585- 1673. 
Deputy for Dorchester, Mass., 
1635-38; Deputy for Windsor 
to Connecticut General Assem- 
bly, 1639-47. 1649-62, 1664. 
Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 
Mrs. John M. Steele. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



165 



Gerard, Thomas, 1600-1673. 

Member of Assembly from St. 
Marys Hundred, 1641 ; Mem- 
ber of Council of Maryland ; 
Lord of St. Clement's Manor. 

Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 

Mrs. Robert Hinckley. 

Mrs. Edmund Plowden Jenkins 

Mrs. Michael Jenkins. 

Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell. 



Gibbons, Ambrose, 1600-1657. 

Deputy-Governor of New 
Hampshire, 1630; Assistant, 
1640; Captain, Portsmouth 
Colony Alarm, 1643. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 



Gibson, John, 1729-1790. 

Justice of Talbot County, 1774, 
1778; Member Committee of 
Observation for Talbot Coun- 
ty ; Delegate to Assembly for 
Talbot County, 1777-81 ; Judge 
of Orphans Court, Talbot 
County, 1777-78. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Owen Norris. 



Gibson, Jonathan. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1736-40. 
Mrs. Charles C. Tucker. 



Gist, Richard, 1684-1741. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1727- 
41, and Presiding Justice from 
1735 ; One of the Commis- 
sioners to lay out Baltimore 
Town, 1729; Burgess for Bal- 
timore County, 1741. 

Miss Sidney E. Boyle. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Mrs. William M. Price. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Gittings, James, 1736-1823. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1768- 
75 ; Member Committee of 
Correspondence, Baltimore 
County, 1774, and of Commit- 
tee of Observation, 1775 ; Cap- 
tain, Baltimore County Militia, 
1775; Major, 1776. 

Miss Leila Gittings. 

Glover, John, 1600-1653. 

One of the Founders of the Col- 
ony of Massachusetts Bay ; 
Deputy for Dorchester to the 
General Court, 1637-44, 1647- 
51; Assistant, 1652, 1653. 

Mrs. William H. Lytle. 



Oilman, John, 1624-1708. 

Councillor, Province of New 
Hampshire, 1679-82 ; Repre- 
sentative for Exeter to the 
General Assembly, 1693 ; 
Speaker, 1693-97 ; Lieutenant 
of Exeter Military Company, 
1669. 

Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 



Gist, Christopher, c. 1660-1692. 
Justice, Baltimore County, 168 
Miss Sidney E. Boyle. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. William M. Price. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



Godfrey, John, 1702. 

Second in command under Cap- 
tain Thomas Paine, of expedi- 
tion sent from Newport, R. L, 
against French Privateers, 
July 20, 1690. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



Godfrey, John, c. 1630-1691. 
Deputy for Sir George Carteret, 
1669; Lord Craven's Deputy; 
Chief Agent for Sir John Yea- 
man, 1670; Led expedition 
against Western Indians, 1672; 
Member of Council of South 
Carolina, 1673-74, 1676-78 ; 
President of Council, 1685 ; 
Acting Governor for West, 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



April. 1675 ; for Morton, 1682 ; 
Deputy also for Duke of Albe- 
marle, 1684, and for Lord Col- 
leton, 1686-87. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Mrs. James W. Ponder. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 

Mrs. Edivard Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Winiield J. Taylor. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Godfrey, John, c. 1665-1705. 
Captain of South Carolina Mili- 
tia. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



GOLDSBOROUGH, ChARLES, 1707" 

1767. 

Clerk of Dorchester County, 
1728; Burgess, 1752, 1763; 
Member of Council and Com- 
missary General. 

Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 

Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 

Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 



Goldsborough, John, 171 i -1778. 

High Sheriff, Talbot County, 
1736-38; Justice, 1741-73; Bur- 
gess, 1749-66. 

Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 

Mrs. Frank Markoe. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 



Goldsborough, John, II, 1740-1803. 
Justice of the Peace for Dor- 
chester County, 1766-73. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 



Goldsborough, Nicholas, 1687- 
1766. 

Burgess for Talbot County, 
1732-51 ; Justice, 1726-37, 1741- 
44 ; Presiding Justice, 1742-44. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 



Goldsborough, Robert, 1660- 1746. 
Burgess, Talbot County, 1706-07. 
Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 
Miss Ellen M. Thomas. 



Goldsborough, Robert, 1733-1788. 

Burgess, Dorchester County, 
1765 ; Attorney-General of 
Maryland, 1776; Member 
Maryland Convention, 1774; 
Delegate to Continental Con- 
gress, 1774-75 ; Member of 
Constitutional Convention, 
1776. 

Mrs. Robert M. Carrier. 

Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 

Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 

Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 



Goldsborough, Robert, IV, 1740- 
1798. 

Member of Provincial Conven- 
tion, 22 June, 1774; Associate 
Justice, General Court, 1784. 

Mrs. Charles B. Goldsborough. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



167 



GOLDTHWAITE, ThOMAS, I718-I799. 

Commandant of Fort Pownal, on 
the Penobscot. 1763 ; Judge of 
the Court of Common Pleas; 
Colonel of Militia. 

Mrs. T. B. Smythe. 

GoocH, William, 1655. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1655. 
Mrs. William C. Page. 

Goodwin, Lyde, 1718-1755. 

Justice and County Commis- 
sioner, Baltimore County, 
1750-53. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rienian. 

GooKiN, John, 1643. 

Member of Assembly for Lower 
Norfolk, 1639; County Lieu- 
tenant. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 
Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

GouLDSMiTH, George, 1666. 

Member of Assembly for Balti- 
more County, 1659/60. 
Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 
Mrs. Hardwicke M. Hopper. 

GouLDSMiTH, George, Jr., 1692, 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1686- 

89. 
Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 
Mrs. Hardwicke M. Hopper. 

GoULDSMiTH, Samuel, 1671. 

Deputy to New Amstel, 1659; 
Burgess for Baltimore County, 
1659; Commissioned Major of 
Foot, 20 May, 1661. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie, 2d. 

GovANE, William, 1716-1768. 
Member General Assembly, 1757- 

64. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Grafton, Richard, 1683-1743. 
Judge of the Supreme Court for 
the three lower counties of 
Delaware, 1727. 
Miss Adele M. Batre. 
Mrs. Alfred Batre. 



Graham, James, 1701. 

Attorney-General, Province of 
New York, 1685-87, and 1691- 
1701 ; Member and Speaker of 
the Provincial Assembly of 
New York; First Recorder of 
New York, 1683-1700. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Gray, George, 1725- 1800. 

Member Pennsylvania Provin- 
cial Assembly, 1772-87; Dele- 
gate to Provincial Conven- 
tions, 1774, 1775 ; Chairman 
Board of War, 1777. 

Mrs. Robert R. Henderson. 

Mrs. William P. Mcintosh. 

Green, Thomas, 1634-1651. 
Member of Council, 1638-47; 
Governor of Maryland, 1647- 
49. 
Mrs. Charles B. Bryan. 
Mrs. John M. Heighe. 
Mrs. John Merryman Littig. 

Greenberry, Nicholas, 1627-1697. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1686, 1689; Member of Com- 
mittee of Twenty, 1690; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1692-97 ; Presi- 
dent of Council and Acting 
Governor, 1693-94; Chancellor 
and Keeper of Great Seal, 
1694; Justice of Provincial 
Court, 1692, 1694; Judge of 
Admiralty, 1694 ; Commis- 
sioner in Chancery, 1695 ; Cap- 
tain of Foot, Anne Arundel 
County, 1689 ; Colonel of Anne 
Arundel and Baltimore Coun- 
ties, 1694. 

Mrs. Gilmer S. Adams. 

Miss Alice W. Ball. 

Mrs. Alexander G. Barrett. 

Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Robert M. Carrier. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Miss Isabel M. Daniel. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. John C. Doolan. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Mrs. Alexander R. Early. 
Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 
Mrs. Martin Gillet Gill. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 
Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 
Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 
Mrs. William Hitt. 
Mrs. Richard W. Hogue. 
Mrs. John D. Howard. 
Mrs. William B. Hurst. 
Miss Margaret G. Jones. 
Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. George A. Leiper. 
Mrs. C. W. Lyman. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. George K. Mackey. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. William T. Manning. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. James J. Mills. 
Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. Wilson Gary Nicholas. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. George E. Price. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Miss Mary Hill Ross. 
Miss E.A.T. M. Schley. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 
Mrs. Fielder C. Slingluff. 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 
Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 
Mrs. E. W. B. Taylor. 
Mrs. William H. Thomson. 
Mrs. George Marvin Tuttle. 
Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 
Mrs. George Y. Wallace. 
Miss Ella L. Warfield. 
Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 



Greenfield, Thomas, 1649-1715. 
Justice, Calvert County, 1689- 
92, 1694; High Sheriff of 
Prince Georges County, 3 
March, 1695/6 ; Burgess for 
Calvert County, 1692-96; Bur- 
gess for Prince Georges Coun- 



ty, 1701-07; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1708-15. 

Mrs. Charles J . Colcock. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Greenleaf, Edmund, 1600-1671. 
Ensign of the Newbury, Mass., 
Company, 1639 ; Lieutenant, 
1642; Captain, 1645. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Griffith, Charles, 1693-1771. 
Justice of Anne Arundel Coun- 
ty, 1735-42; Of the Quorum, 
1742. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. William Hitt. 

Griffith, Henry, 1720-1794. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1755-61 ; Member of Assembly 
for Frederick County, 1773-75 > 
Member Maryland Convention 
for Frederick County, 1775 ; 
Member Committee of Corre- 
spondence for Frederick and 
later for Montgomery County, 
1775-76. 

Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 

Mrs. William T. Manning. 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 

Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Mrs. George E. Price. 

Mrs. E. W. B. Taylor. 

Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 

Griswold, Edward, 1607-1691. 

Deputy from Windsor to Con- 
necticut General Court, 1656, 
1658-60, and from Killing- 
worth, 1667-87, 1689. 

Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

Mrs. Cleland N. Ofiiey. 

Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Mrs. William Wallace. 

Griswold, John, 1690-1764. 

Deputy for Lyme to Connecticut 
General Assembly, 1721, 1725, 
1733-35, 1737-41, 1744-49, 1751- 
53- 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



169 



Griswold, Matthew, 1620-1698. 

Deputy for Lyme to Connecticut 
General Assembly, 1667-69, 
1671-74, 1677, 1680-85; Lieu- 
tenant, 1677 ; Commissioner, 
1680-94. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



Griswold, Matthew, 1714-1799. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1784- 
86; Deputy-Governor, 1769-84; 
Deputy for Lyme to Connecti- 
cut General Assembly, 1748, 
1751, 1754-59; Assistant, 1759- 
67 ; Judge of Superior Court 
of Connecticut, 1765-69; Chief 
Judge of Superior Court, 1769- 
79; Member of Council of 
Safety, 1775-79; Major of 3d 
Regiment of Connecticut, 
1756; Captain of Train Band 
of Lyme, 1739. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



Gross, Roger, 1665. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1658-65. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 



Grundy, Robert, 1720. 

High Sheriff, Talbot County, 
1698-1700; Justice, 1702; Of 
the Quorum, 1705. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 
Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. Theodor G. Lilrvian. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Owen N orris. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Miss Mary Tilghnian. 
Miss Rebecca R. Williams. 



Grymes, John, 1691-1748. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1718; Member 
of Council and Receiver-Gen- 
eral, 1725. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Grymes, Philip, 1762. 

Burgess for Middlesex County, 
Va. ; Receiver-General ; Coun- 
cillor. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Gwyn, David, 1704. 

Justice, Northumberland County, 
Va., 1669; Member of Assem- 
bly for Richmond County, 
1702-03, 1705. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Hager, Jonathan, 1719-1775. 

Founder of Hagerstown, 1750; 
Burgess, 1771-73; Member of 
Committee for raising money 
for the Revolution and of the 
Committee of Correspondence 
and Observation, 1775. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. William Keyser. 

Haldeman, Jacob, 1722-1783. 

Member of the Committee of 
Safety, Rapho Township, Lan- 
caster County, Penna., 1775. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Hall, Aquilla Carvil, 1728-1779. 
High Sheriff, Baltimore County, 
1761, and Burgess, 1773; 
Lieut.-Colonel of the County 
Militia ; Colonel of the Upper 
Battalion, Harford County, 

1775- 
Mrs. James T. Ringgold. 



Grymes, Charles, 1697-1780. 
Sheriff of Richmond County, 

Va. ; Burgess for Richmond 

County, 1727-28. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 



Hall, Benjamin, 1721. 

Justice, St. Marys County, 1694; 
Burgess, Charles County, 1698- 
1704. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 



170 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hall, Benjamin, 1710 . 

Prince Georges County, Md. ; 
Member of the Maryland Con- 
vention, 1775. 

Miss Mary Rebecca Duval. 



Hall, Elihu, 1724-1790. 

Justice, Cecil County, Md., 1756- 
71 ; Major of the Susquehanna 
Battalion (Militia of Cecil 
County), 6 June, 1776; Lieut.- 
Colonel, 9 September, 1778; 
Judge of Orphans Court for 
Cecil County, 4 June, 1777. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 



Hall, Elisha, 1663-1716/7. 
Member of Assembly for Cal- 
vert County, 1698-1704, 
Miss Margaret Dobbin Leakin. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 



Hall, Henry, 1676-1722. 

Rector of St. James' Parish, 
Anne Arundel County, 1698- 
1722 ; Commissioned, March 
10, 1707, Commissary of the 
Bishop of London, for Mary- 
land, but declined. 

Miss Mary Rebecca Duval. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Hall, John, 1658-1737. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1694- 
97; High Sheriff, 1692-93; 
Signs, 1696, as Captain of Mi- 
litia and Civil Officer of Balti- 
more County ; Member of As- 
sembly for Baltimore County, 
1696-1703, 1707; Member of 
Council, 1709-37. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. James T. Ringgold. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Robert M. White. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 



Hall, John, 1670-1730. 

" Assistant " of the Upper House 
(Connecticut), 1726-29; Audi- 
tor of General Assembly, 
17 19; Inspector of the Treas- 
ury, 1724. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 

Hall, John, 1701-1774. 

High Sheriff, Baltimore County, 
1730; Burgess, 1745-48; Colo- 
nel of the County Militia, 
1735. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinsoyi. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Hall, Josias Carvil, 1746-1814. 
Colonel of the 4th Regiment, 

Maryland Line, 1775-83. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Hall, Richard, 1635-1688. 

Burgess, Calvert County, 1666- 
70, 1674-85 ; Commissioner for 
laying out Ports and Towns in 
Calvert County, 1683. 

Mrs. Edivard Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne. 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Jane Dawson Forbes. 

Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 

Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Sally S. Mac kail. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 

Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



171 



Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Mrs. Walter Sutton. 
Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Thomas C. Van Antwerp. 
Mrs. Walter Walker. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Hammond, Charles, 1713. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 
County, 1710-13; Military Offi- 
cer, 1696. 

Mrs. George E. Price. 

Hammond, Charles, 1692- 1772. 
Treasurer, Western Shore ; Jus- 
tice, Anne Arundel County, 
1716-19, 1722 ; Of the Quorum, 
1727-32; Justice, Provincial 
Court, 1732-35; Member of 
Council, 1735-72; Styled 
" Colonel" in the records 1742 
and after. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Hammond, Edward, 1718. 

Captain, Somerset County Mili- 
tia, 1696. 
Mrs. William W. Leonard. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 
Mrs. James H. Preston. 

Hammond, John, 1643-1707. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1685, 1686, 1689, 1692-94; Jus- 
tice Provincial Court, 1694, 
1696; Burgess, 1692-98; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1698-1707; 
Captain, 1692; Captain of 
Horse, 1694; Major, 1694; 
Colonel, 1699; Major-General 
commanding Militia of West- 
ern Shore, July 17, 1707. 

Mrs. Alfred McGill Belt. 

Miss Christiana Bond. 

Miss Isabel M. Bond. 

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Conrad. 

Mrs. William H. Corbusier. 

Mrs. Thomas Donaldson. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. Alexander R. Early. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Mrs. William H. Hayward. 

Miss Elisabeth W. D. Ligon. 

Mrs. William T. Manning. 



Mrs. Wilson Cary Nicholas. 
Mrs. George E. Price. 
Mrs. George L. Radcliffe. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Fielder C. Slingluff. 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 
Miss Lissie Van Antwerp. 
Mrs. Robert B. Wallace. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Hammond, Joseph, 1646-1710. 

Councillor, Massachusetts, 
1698-1706; Judge of Common 
Pleas, 1700-10; Major by 1698. 
Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Hammond, Thomas, c. 1667-1724. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1694; 
Member of Assembly, 1701-04, 
1712-14; Captain of a Troop 
of Horse, Baltimore County, 
30 July, 1694- 

Mrs. William H. Corbusier. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Robert B. Wallace. 

Hammond, William, 1711-1752. 

One of the Commissioners ap- 
pointed to lay off Baltimore 
Town, 1729; High Sheriff, 
Baltimore County, 1736 ; Colo- 
nel of the County Militia. 

Miss Christiana Bond. 

Miss Isabel M. Bond. 

Mrs. William H. Hayward. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Robert B. Wallace. 

Hance, John, 1709. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1689, 
1695-1700; Captain, Indian 
War, 1697. 
Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Handy. Isaac. 

Colonel, Somerset County Mili- 
tia; Member of Assembly for 
Somerset County, 1747-5 ii 
1771 ; Commissioner and Jus- 
tice, 1734-35, 1740-62. 

Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 

Mrs. Walter W. Pollard. 



172 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hanslap, Henry, 1698. 

High Sheriff of Anne Arundel 
County, 1685 ; Captain of Foot, 
1689 ; Coroner, 1674. 
Mrs. William Hitt. 

Hanson, Frederick, 1693-1738. 
Presiding Justice, Kent County 

Court, 1732. 
Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 

Hanson, Hans, 1646-1703. 

Justice, Kent County, 1685-89; 
Burgess, Kent County, 1692- 
97; Burgess, Cecil County, 
1698-1700; Captain of Horse, 
Kent County, 1694; Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1694. 

Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Hanson, John, 1630-1714. 
Justice, Charles County, 1694- 

96. 
Mrs. G. W. Z. Black. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Hanson, Samuel, 1685-1740. 
Burgess, Charles County, 1716- 

17, 1728-31 ; Commissary, 

Charles County, 1734. 
Mrs. G. W. Z. Black. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Mrs. Charles De V. Drayton. 
Mrs. Walter R. Mitchell. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Hanson, Samuel, 1716-1794. 

Justice and County Commis- 
sioner, Charles County, 1755- 
75 ; High Sheriff, 1774. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Hanson, Walter, 1711-1794. 
Justice, Charles County, 1741 ; 

Of Quorum, from 1748; Chief 

Judge, 1774-86. 
Mrs. Walter R. Mitchell. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Harlan, George, 1690-1732. 
Member Pennsylvania Assembly 

for Chester Count3^ 1712. 
Miss Josephine P. Amos. 



Harmanson, George, 1734. 

Justice of the Quorum, 1699; 
Member Virginia House of 
Burgesses for Northampton 
County, 1723. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Harmanson, Thomas, H. 

Receiver of Duties, 1699; Mem- 
ber Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1688. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Harmanson, Thomas, HI, c. 1650- 
1726. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1688, 1720-22. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Harris, Robert, 1765. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for Hanover County, 
1736-40, 1742. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 



Harris, Thomas, 1697-1760. 

Sheriff, Queen Annes County, 
1751-52-53; Burgess, 1758-59- 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 



Harris, William, 1610-1680. 

One of the five associates of 
Roger Williams, and one of 
the thirteen Original Proprie- 
tors of Providence Planta- 
tions, 1636; Commissioner, 
1660-63; Assistant, 1666-76. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giratid Wright. 

Harris, William, 1650-1712. 

Burgess, Kent County, 1688, 
1692-94; Burgess, Cecil Coun- 
ty, 1698-1704; Member Com- 
mittee of Twenty, 1690; Jus- 
tice, Kent County, 1686-89; 
Justice, Cecil County, 1694-98; 
Military Officer of Cecil Coun- 
ty, 1696. 

Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



173 



Harrison, Benjamin, 1648. 

Clerk of Council of Virginia, 
1634; Member House of Bur- 
gesses, 1642. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 
Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 



Harrison, Benjamin, H, 1645- 

1712. 
Member Council of Virginia, 

1699-1712. 
Miss Margaret Gordon. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. IV. Mackenzie. 
Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 
Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 



Hartshorne, Richard, 1641-1722. 

Member Provincial Council of 
New Jersey, 1684, 1695-98, 
1699; High Sheriff of Mon- 
mouth County, 1683 ; Member 
of Provincial Assembly, 1683, 
1686, 1687, 1692-99, 1703, 1704; 
Speaker, 1686, 1688, 1692, 1695 ; 
Patentee of Middletown and 
Shrewsbury, 1672 ; One of the 
Commissioners appointed by 
Penn to lay out the Province 
of West Jersey. 

Mrs. Thomas Marsh Smith. 

Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Harvey, Nicholas, i6oi-c. 1647. 

Member Provincial Assembly, 
1637, 1641-42; Commissioned 
Captain to command an expe- 
dition against the Indians, 3 
Jan., 1639. 

Miss Margaret Field. 



Harrison, Burr, 1637-1710. 

Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1699. 
Mrs. James M. Garnett. 
Mrs. John Ruse Larus. 



Harrison, Nathaniel, i677-i72g. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1706; Member 
of Council, 1713-27 ; County 
Lieutenant. Surrey and Prince 
Georges Counties, 1715 ; Au- 
ditor-General, Naval Officer 
for the Lower James, 1713. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 



Harwood, Richard, 1707-1754. 
Captain, Anne Arundel County 

Militia; Justice, 1742-47. 
Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Hatch, Jeremiah, 1713. 

Deputy to General Court at New 

Plymouth, Mass., 1675, 1676, 

1679, 1680, 1689. 
Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Hatton, William, 1630-1713. 
Burgess, St. Marys County, 1671- 

75- 
Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Siotissat. 



Harrison, Richard, 1716. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1694. 
Miss Margaret Dobbin Leakin. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 



Hawkins, Henry, 1699. 

Justice, Charles County, 1687-94 ; 
Burgess, 1688-92 ; Commis- 
sioned Captain of Horse, 
Charles County Militia, 30 
July, 1694. 
Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 



Hart, Stephen, 1605-1683. 

One of the Original Settlers of 
Cambridge, Mass., and of the 
Original Proprietors and Set- 
tlers of Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 



Hawkins, John, 1656-1717. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1694; 
Justice of the Provincial 
Court, 1698; Burgess, Queen 
Annes County, 1714-17. 

Miss Rebecca R. PVilliams. 



174 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hawkins, Philemon, 1801. 

High Sheriff, Granville County, 

N. C, 1757. 
Miss Lisinka C. Brown. 

Hawkins, Ralph, 1669. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 

County, 1662. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Hawkins, Thomas, 1747-1821. 
Member of Frederick County 
Committee of Observation, 

1775. 
Mrs. Isaac E. Atkinson. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Hawley, Joseph, 1603-1690. 

Deputy for Stratford to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1658, 1665. 1667-71, 1673-75, 
1677, 1678, 1680-85, 1687. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

Hazard, Jonathan. 

Magistrate of Newtown, L. I., 
1673 ; Member of the Court of 
Overseers, 1675-77 ; Commis- 
sioner of the Town Court, 
1684-87. 

Mrs. Basil Duke. 

Hazard, Thomas. 

Schepen of Middleborough, Del- 
egate to the Convention at 
New Amsterdam, 1653. 

Mrs. Basil Duke. 

Mrs. J. Pembroke Thorn. 

Hazard, Thomas, 1610-1680. 

One of the nine who settled 
Newport, R. I., 1639; Member 
of the General Court of Elec- 
tions, 1640. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

Heale, George, 1697. 

Justice, Lancaster County, Va., 

1684; Burgess, 1695-97. 
Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Heighe. James. 
Justice for Calvert County, I734> 

1750, 1754, 1781-84. 
Mrs. Eugene Martin. 



Helm, Thomas, 1731-1816. 

Lieutenant in 3d Virginia Regi- 
ment, 1776. 
Mrs. James Fresco tt Martin. 

Hemsley, William, 1685. 

Is called Captain in Commission 
issued to Him to improve 
Trade ; Sheriff of Kent Coun- 
ty, 1663; Clerk of Talbot 
County, 1685. 

Mrs. Graham Gordon. 

Miss Elisabeth T. Hemsley. 

Hemsley, William, H, 1703-1736. 
Member of Assembly for Queen 
Anne's County ; High Sheriff, 
1724. 
Miss Elisabeth T. Hemsley. 

Henley, Robert, 1684. 

Justice, Charles County, 1659; 

Burgess, 1676. 
Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 
Mrs. William K. Beans. 
Mrs. James Bourne Farran. 

Henry, John, 1781. 

Burgess for Worcester County, 

1744-58. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Herkimer, Hansyoost, 1775. 

Lieutenant, New York Provin- 
cial Forces, 1733. 
Mrs. John G. Christopher. 

Herman, Augustine, 1605-1686. 

First Lord of Bohemia Manor, 
Cecil County; One of the 
" Nine Men " of New Amster- 
dam, 1647-50; Ambassador 
from New Amsterdam to 
Rhode Island, 1652, _ and to 
Maryland and Virginia, 1659; 
Member of the Council of 
Maryland, and Colonel of Mi- 
litia ; Commissioner to treat 
with the Indians, 1678 ; Justice, 
Baltimore County, 1665; Jus- 
tice, Cecil County, 1674-86, and 
Presiding Justice, 1676-86. 

Mrs. Ethan Allen. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



175 



Miss Elisabeth K. Clark. 
Mrs. Joseph E. Davies. 
Mrs. John H. Knight. 
Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 

Herman, Casperus, 1655-1697. 
Burgess for Cecil County, 1694. 
Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Herman, Ephraim Augustine, 

1735- 

Member of Assembly for Cecil 

County. 1715, 1716, 1728, 1731. 
Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Herter, Henry, 1730-1822. 

Served in the French and Indian 
Wars ; Was made captive by 
the Indians and carried to 
Canada. 

Mrs. John G. Christopher. 

Heyward, Thomas, 1700-1738. 

Captain in the Provincial ser- 
vice, and Commander of Fort 
Johnson, South Carolina. 

Mrs. James W. Ponder. 

Mrs. Winiield J. Taylor. 

Heyward, Thomas, 1746-1809. 

Captain of the Charleston An- 
cient Battalion of Artillery; 
Member of the Council of 
Safety, 1775 ; Member of the 
first Revolutionary Assembly 
in the Province ; Signer of the 
Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. James W. Ponder. 

Mrs. Winfield J. Taylor. 

Hicks, Thomas, 1722. 

Burgess, Dorchester County, 

1694; Justice of the Quorum, 

1694. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 



Higginson, Robert. 
Commander of His Majesty's 

Forces in Virginia, 1646. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 



Hill, Clement, 1670-1743. 

Surveyor-General for Western 
Shore, Commissioned 7 De- 
cember, 1697. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 
Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 
Mrs. Richard S. Hill. 
Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Hill, Edward, 1663. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1639, 1641 ; Member of 
Council, 1651. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Hill, Edward, 1637- 1700. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses for Charles City, 
1639, 1642, 1644, 1645, 1647, 
1649-54 ; Speaker of the House 
in 1644 and 1654; Member of 
the Council from 1654; Ap- 
pointed Governor of Maryland 
by the Council, 1646; Colonel 
of Charles City and Surrey 
Counties, 1679; Treasurer of 
Virginia ; Appointed Judge of 
the Court of Admiralty of 
Virginia and North Carolina. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Hill, Richard, c. 1640-1700. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1674-86, and Presiding Jus- 
tice, 1685-86 ; Burgess for 
Anne Arundel County, 1681- 
89, 1694-1700; Justice Provin- 
cial Court, 1694-96; Naval 
Officer for " Anne Arundel 
Town," 1694-96; Captain of 
Anne Arundel County Militia, 
1675-89. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Mrs. Thomas Donaldson. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Nicholas G. P enniman. 

Miss Rebecca P enniman. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 



176 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Charles W. IVashburn. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

HiLLEARY. Thomas, 1697. 

High Sheriff, Prince George's 

County, 16915. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Hinckley, Thomas, 1618-1706. 

Governor of Plymouth Colony, 
1681-86, 1689-91 ; Deputy for 
Barnstable to the General 
Court of Plymouth Colony, 
1646, 1648, 1649, 1653, 1654, 
1655, 1659; Assistant, 1658-79; 
Deputy-Governor, 1680 ; Com- 
missioner of the United Colo- 
nies, 1673-84, 1686, 1689-91; 
Councillor of the Royal Prov- 
ince of New England, 1686-91 ; 
Named Councillor in the 
Charter of 1692; Member of 
the Councils of War, 1658, 
1667. 

Mrs. George H. Hocking. 

Mrs. William H. Lytle. 

Mrs. Yates Stirling. 

HiNTON, John. 
Colonel, Wake County, N. C, 

Militia, 1771-76. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

HoBART, Edmund, 1570-1646. 
Deputy for Hingham to General 

Court of Massachusetts, 1639- 

42. 
Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 
Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

HoBBs, Nicholas, 1747-1793. 
Second Lieutenant, Linganore 
Hundred, Frederick County 
Militia, 1775. 
Mrs. Louis C. Bulkley. 

HoLDEN, Randall, 1612-1692. 
A Founder of the Historic Char- 
ter Colony of Warwick, being 
one of the Twelve Purchasers, 
1642 ; Commissioner to Eng- 
land, 1644 ; Assistant, 1647, 
1653-59, 1664, 1665, 1676; 
Treasurer of Providence and 



Warwick, 1652-54 ; Commis- 
sioner for Warwick to the 
General Court of Commission- 
ers of Rhode Island, 1652, 
1654-60, 1662, 1663 ; Captain, 
1658 ; One of the Purchasers 
of the Narragansett Country, 
called later, " The King's 
Province." 1659 ; Named in the 
Royal Charter of Charles H, 
1663 ; Deputy for Warwick to 
the General Assembly of 
Rhode Island, 1666, 1667, 1669- 
73, 1675, 1680, 1686, 1691. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Holdsworth, Samuel, 1710. 

Civil Officer for Calvert County, 

1694-97; Justice, 1697-1700. 
Mrs. Eugene Martin. 

HoLLiDAY, John Robert, 1747-1801. 
High Sheriff, Baltimore County, 

1770. 
Mrs. John E. Semmes. 

HoLLiDAY, Thomas, 1703. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1690-94. 
Miss Sue Howard Zunts. 

Hollingsworth, Henry, 1664- 
1721. 

Member of Assembly, New Cas- 
tle County, Del., 1695 ; Deputy 
Master of the Rolls, 1700; 
Surveyor of Cecil County, 
Md., 1712. 

Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 

Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Hollingsworth, Valentine. 
Member of the Assembly, New 

Castle County, Del., 1683, 1687, 

1695 ; Justice, 1695. 
Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 
Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Hollister, John, 1612-1665. 

Deputy for Weymouth to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1643 ; Deputy for 
Wethersfield to Connecticut 
General Assembly, 1644, 1645, 
1650, 1653-59, 1661 ; Lieutenant 
of Train Band, 1657. 

Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 

Mrs. Hardwicke M. Hopper. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



177 



HoLLYDAY, Henry, 1725- 1789. 
Sheriff, Queen Annes CouAty, 
1748-51 ; Burgess, Talbot 
County, 1765-66. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

HoLLYDAY, James, 1605- 1747. 
Justice, Provincial Court, 1730- 

34; Member of Council, 1736; 

Treasurer Eastern Shore of 

Md., 1726-39; Naval Officer, 

Port of Oxford. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Percy Semple. 

HoLLYDAY, Thomas, 1703. 

Justice of the Peace, Prince 

Georges County, 1696-1703; 

Captain, 1694; Lieut.-Colonel, 

March 3, 1696. 
Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 
Miss Sally Somervell Mackall. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Holmes, Nathaniel, 1664-1710. 

Member of Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Company, 1693 ; 
1st Sergeant 1695, and later 
Lieutenant. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbct Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Holmes, Obadiah, 1606- 1682. 
Pastor of First Baptist Church 
in Newport, 1652-82 ; Commis- 
sioner for Newport, R. I., 
1656, 1658. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Holyoke, Elizur, 1619-1676. 
Deputy for Springfield to the 
General Court of Massachu- 
setts Bay, 1656, 1661, 1667, 
1670, 1673, 1674, 1675: Com- 
missioned Ensign, 1653; Cap- 
tain, 1670; Magistrate, Hamp- 
shire County Court, 1665. 
Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 

HoMEwooD, Thomas. 
Justice of the Peace, Anne 

Arundel County, 1736-38. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

13 



HooE, Rice, 1599 . 

Burgess for Shirley Hundred, 
Virginia, 1632-33 ; Burgess for 
Charles City County, 1644-47. 
Mrs. George A. Coulter. 
Miss Katharine Edmonds Payne. 
Mrs. William S. Welch. 



Hooker, John, 1664-1734. 
Assistant of Connecticut, 1723- 
Z3 ; Deputy for Farmington to 
General Assembly, 1699-1701, 
1704-07, 1709, 1713-16, 1718-20, 
1722-23; Clerk of General As- 
sembly, 1707, 1709, 1716; 
Speaker of the House, 1713-15, 
1718, 1720 ; Judge of Superior 
Court, 1723-31. 
Mrs. Henry P. Goddard. 



Hooker, Samuel, 1635-1697. 

Preacher of Election Sermons, 
1677, 1693 ; Minister at Farm- 
ington, Conn.. 1661-97 ; Fel- 
low of Harvard College, 1654- 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 



Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 
Pastor of Church at Newtown, 
Mass., 1633; Removed, 1636, to 
Hartford ; One of Founders 
of Connecticut. 
Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 
Mrs. Henry P. Goddard. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 



Hooper, Henry, 1676. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1658; 
Justice, Dorchester County, 
1669; Captain, Calvert County 
Militia, 1658. 

Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

Miss Margaret Dobbin Leakin. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. James H. Preston. 

Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise, 



178 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Hooper, Henry, 1643- 1720, 
Justice, Dorchester County, 

1674; Burgess for Dorchester 

County, 1694. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Miss Alice JVilks Preston. 
Mrs. James H. Preston. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Hooper, John, 1695 . 

Representative and Speaker of 
Colonial Assembly of Con- 
necticut ; Member of Colonial 
Council ; Judge of Supreme 
Court. 

Mrs. Henry P. Goddard. 

Hopkins. Stephen, 1644. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation ; Assistant, 
1633-36; Member Council of 
War, 1642. 

Mrs. North 0. Messenger. 

Hopkins, Thomas, 1616-1684. 

Commissioner, Providence, R. I., 
1652, 1659, 1660; Deputy for 
Providence, 1659, 1660, 1666, 
1667, 1672. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Hopkins, William, 1647-1723. 

Deputy for Providence, R. I., 
1674, 1677, 1680, 1686, 1693, 
169s, 1697, 1699, 1710, 1714, 
1715 ; Speaker House of Depu- 
ties, October, 1715; Assistant, 
1700, 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704 
1705. 1706, 1707; Major for the 
Mainland, May 3, 1698-May 3, 
1699; Member of Committee 
to run boundary line between 
Rhode Island and Massachu- 
setts, 1709, with Major Jenckes 
as assistant for advice. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

HopKiNsoN, Francis, 1738-1791. 
Signer of Declaration of Inde- 
pendence from New Jersey. 
Mrs. Clement L. Shaver. 



HoPKiNsoN, Thomas, 1709-1751. 

Member of Council, Province of 
Pennsylvania, 1747 ; First 
President of the American 
Philosophical Society, 1743. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Hopper, William, 1707-1772. 

Justice, Queen Annes County, 
^743-72 ; Presiding Justice 
from 1670; High Sheriff, 1754- 
57 ; Burgess for Queen Annes 
County, 1745-54, 1758; Styled 
Captain, 1746-54; Colonel, 
1758. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Horsey, Stephen, 1671. 

Burgess for Northampton Coun- 
ty, Va., 165 1 ; Sheriff, Somer- 
set County, Md. ; Commis- 
sioner of Maryland. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Mrs. William Parke Custis. 

Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

HORSMANDEN, WaRHAM. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1657-58, and 
Member of Council, 1658. 

Miss Evelyn Byrd McCandlish. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. Alexander Barton Randall. 

HosMER, Stephen, 1645- 1693. 

Deputy from Hartford, Conn., to 
the General Court, 1692, and 
for many years previously. 

Mrs. H. Carroll Winchester. 

HosMER, Thomas, 1602-1687. 

One of the Founders of Hart- 
ford, 1636, and left Money 
towards the Founding of the 
first Free School there ; Depu- 
ty to the General Court for 
several terms. 

Mrs. H. Carroll Winchester. 

HosMER, Thomas, 1675-1732. 
Commissioned Captain of the 
South Side Company in the 
town of Hartford, May, 1721. 
Mrs. H. Carroll Winchester. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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HosMER, Titus, 1737-1780. 

Representative in the General 
Assembly, 1773-78; Speaker of 
the House, 1777 ; Member of 
Congress and signed the Arti- 
cles of Confederation, 1778 ; 
One of the three Judges of the 
U. S. Court of Appeals, 1780. 

Mrs. H. Carroll Winchester. 



HoucHiN, Jeremy, 1670. 

Representative from Hingham, 
Mass., 1651-59; From Salis- 
bury, 1663, 67 ; Ensign, 1653. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 



Hough, Richard, 1707. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1684, 1688, 1690, 1697, 
1699, 1700, 1704; Member of 
Council, 1692-1700. 

Miss Ethel Hough. 

Mrs. IVilliatn H. Lytle. 



Hov^ARD, Cornelius, 1635- 1680. 
Ensign of Anne Arundel County 

Militia, 1661 ; Burgess, 1671- 

75 ; Justice, 1679. 
Mrs. John M. Armstrong. 
Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 
Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 
Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Mrs. Richard W. Hoguc. 
Miss Margaret G. Jones. 
Mrs. James H. Stetiart. 



Howard, Edmund, 1713. 

Justice, Somerset County, i( 

Clerk of Charles County. 
Mrs. Bryan Black. 
Miss Sue Howard Zunts. 



Howard, Henry, 1712-1773. 
Justice of the Peace for Anne 

Arundel County, 1749-51, 1755- 

61, 1757, 1760. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 



Howard, John Eager, 1752-1827. 

Captain, 2d Battalion, Maryland 
Flying Camp, June, 1776; Ma- 
jor of 4th Maryland Regiment, 
1778; Lieut.-Colonel, 5th 
Maryland Regiment, 1778; 
Awarded a medal by Congress 
for gallant conduct at the bat- 
tle of Cowpens, 1781 ; Member 
of Congress ; Governor of 
Maryland ; U. S. Senator. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Howe, Thomas, 1720. 

Burgess, Calvert County, 1704- 

08. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Howell, Edward, 1584-1656. 
Assistant of Connecticut, 1647- 

53- 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Miss Rebecca D. Williams. 

Howell, John, 1624- 1690. 

Assistant of Connecticut, 1663- 
64; Delegate from Southamp- 
ton to Hempstead Convention, 
1665; Major of Southampton 
Troops, 1680; Commissioner 
and Judge for the Towns of 
Southampton, Easthampton 
and Southhold, 1674. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Lezvis W. Jenkins. 

Miss Rebecca D. Williams, 

Hughes, Ellis, 1739-1785. 

Judge of the Court of Pennsyl- 
vania ; First Magistrate of 
Northumberland County, 1772. 

Mrs. William W. Keith. 

Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Hull, Richard, 1717-1776. 
Burgess for Northumberland 

County, Va., 1762-65. 
Mrs. T. Step toe Boswell. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



HuMFREY, John, 1695-1661. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay ; Named Assistant in the 
Royal Charter of Charles I, 
1628-29; Deputy-Governor, 
1629 ; Assistant, 1634-41 ; Ser- 
geant-Major-General, i 6 4 i ; 
A Founder of Harvard Col- 
lege. 

Mrs. Francis Griswold. 

Mrs. William T. Hamilton. 



HUNNEWELL, RiCHARD, 1703. 

Lieutenant and Captain in King 

Philip's War, Maine Militia. 
Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 



Huntington, Simon, 1629-1706. 

Deputy from Norwich to Con- 
necticut General Court, 1674- 
85. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

HuTCHiNS, Charles, 1699. 

Justice, Dorchester County, 
1671 ; Member of Council, 
1691, 1698-99; Justice Provin- 
cial Court, 1694; Colonel, Dor- 
chester County Militia, Octo- 
ber 9, 1694 ; One of the Found- 
ers of King William's School 
(Annapolis), 1696. 

Mrs. Burr Powell Harrison. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 



Hunt, Abraham, 1739-1821. 

Lieut.-Colonel of Colonel Isaac 
Smith's First Regiment, Hun- 
terdon County, N. J., Militia. 

Mrs. Basil Duke. 

Mrs. J. Pembroke Thom. 



Hunt, Ralph, 1640-1677. 

Commissioned Lieutenant of 
Long Island Militia, 21 April, 
1665 ; Patentee of Nevk^town, 
L. I. ; Magistrate, Surveyor, 
Indian Lands, 1663-64. 

Mrs. Basil Duke. 

Miss Anita Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. J. Pembroke Thom. 



Hunter, David. 

Captain of Associated Company, 
York, Penna., 1756; Captain 
of York Company, in expedi- 
tion against Fort Duquesne 
under General Forbes ; Com- 
missioned, April 25, 1758. 

Mrs. John P. Campbell. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 



Hunter, James, 1711-1782. 

Captain, Chester County, Penna., 
Associators, 1747-48 ; Justice 
of the Peace and Judge of the 
Common Pleas, Chester Coun- 
ty, 1764-70. 

Mrs. B. H. Brewster. 

Mrs. John Brooke. 



HuTCHiNS, Francis, 1698. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1679-98 ; 

Burgess for Calvert County, 

1682-84, 1694-97. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 
Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 
Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 
Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 
Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 
Miss Ethel Hough. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Miss Mary G. M. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. Frederick IV. McReynolds. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. John B. Roberts. 
Mrs. Harrison Robertson. 
Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Hynson, Charles, 1662-1711. 
Justice, Kent County, 1694, 1697, 
1701-02 ; Burgess, Kent Coun- 
ty, 1700. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Hynson, John, 1708. 

Sheriff, Cecil County, 1702. 
Miss Elizabeth K. Clark. 
Mrs. Joseph E. Davies. 
Mrs. John H. Knight. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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Hynson, John, c. 1645-1705. 

Justice, Kent County, 1674-89, 
1694-96, 1701 ; Of Quorum, 
1688-89, 1696; High Sheriff, 
1683; Burgess, 1681-83, 1694- 
97, 1701-02; Lieutenant, Kent 
County Militia, 28 February, 
1681 ; Captain, 4 September, 
1689 ; Colonel, 9 October, 1694. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Miss Elisabeth K. Clark. 

Mrs. Joseph E. Davies. 

Mrs. Thomas Ireland Elliott. 

Mrs. John H. Knight. 

Mrs. Joseph P. McComas. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marstellcr. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Anthony Murray. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Hynson, Thomas, 1620-1667. 

Justice, Kent County, 1652-57; 
High Sheriff, 1655-56; Mem- 
ber General Assembly, 1654; 
Burgess for Kent County, 
1659-60. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Miss Elizabeth K. Clark. 

Mrs. Joseph E. Davies. 

Mrs. Thomas Ireland Elliott. 

Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Mrs. John H. Knight. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Ireland, Gilbert, 1700-1755. 

High Sheriff of St. Marys Coun- 
ty, 1746-48. 
Mrs. James C. Pilling. 

IsHAM, Henry. 
Captain of Militia and High 
Sheriff, Henrico County, Va., 
1668-69. 
Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 
Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Izard, Henry, 1717-1749. 

Member of Assembly for Berke- 
ley County, S. C, 1743-48. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 



Izard, Ralph, 17 10. 

Member of the Commons House 
of Assembly for Berkeley 
County, S. C, 1692, 1693, 1696- 
1710; Commissioner of the 
Charleston Public Library, 
1700 ; Commissioner of Free 
Schools, 1710; Commissioner 
of Indian Affairs, 1710. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 



Izard, Ralph, II, 1688-1743. 

Member of the Commons House 
of Assembly, South Carolina, 
1711, 1716-19; Commissioner 
of Free Schools, 1710, 1712; 
Commissioner of Indian Af- 
fairs, 1719; Lords Proprietors' 
Deputy in Governor Craven's 
Council, 1712-16; Member of 
Council, 1719-34; Attorney- 
General, 1737; Assistant Judge 
in th.e trial of Pirates, 17 16. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 



Jackson, Edward, 1605-1681. 

Deputy from Cambridge to the 
General Court, Colony of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1647-62, 
1665-68, 1675, 1676 ; Left by his 
will a large gift of land to 
Harvard College. 

Miss Elizabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Jacob, Nicholas, 1657. 

Deputy to the General Court of 

Massachusetts, 1648-49. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Jacquett, Jean Paul, 16 — c. 1684. 

Governor of New Sweden under 
General-Governor Peter Stuy- 
vesant, 1655-57; Justice of 
New Castle, 1676-78. 

Mrs. Phillips L. Goldsborough. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Mrs. Ernest B. Krause. 

Miss Elizabeth G. Mcllvain. 

Mrs. William. Reed. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



James, John, 1720-1778. 

Captain of Militia, Prince Wil- 
liam County, Va., 1755 ; Cap- 
tain, Fauquier County Militia, 
1759- 

Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 

Mrs. William B. IVilson. 

Janney, Thomas, 1696. 

Member of the Council of Penn- 
sylvania, 1684-86. 
Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 
Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Jaqueline, Edward, 1663-1739. 
Member House of Burgesses of 

Virginia. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 
Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Jarboe, John, 1619-1674. 

Justice, St. Marys County, 1663- 
65; High Sheriff, 1667-68, 
1670-72 ; Burgess, 1674-75 ; 
Commissioned Lieutenant, St. 
Marys County Militia, 15 
March, 1658 ; Lieut.-Colonel, 
31 October, 1660. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. James Bourtie Parran. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Jefferson, Peter, 1708- 1757. 

High Sheriff of Goochland 
County, Va., 1739-40; Lieut.- 
Colonel of Albemarle County, 
1745; Colonel, 1752; Member 
of the Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1755. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan, 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Jefferson, Thomas, 1679-1731. 

Justice of Henrico County, Va., 
1706-18, and High Sheriff, 
1718-19; Captain in the County 
Militia, 1708. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Jenckes, Joseph, 1632-1717. 

Deputy for Providence, R. L, 

1679, 1680, 1681. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Jenckes. Joseph, 1656-1740. 

Deputy for Providence, R. L, 
1691, 1698-1708; Speaker, 
House of Deputies, 1707-08; 
Assistant, 1708-12; Major of 
the Main, 1707 ; Appointed to 
run and settle the dividing line 
between Rhode Island and 
Massachusetts, May, 1716; 
Agent to England for Rhode 
Island, appointed, July 7, 1720; 
Deputy-Governor, 1715-26; 
Governor, 1727-32. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Jenings, Edmond, 1656-1727. 

Attorney-General of Virginia, 
1684 ; Delegate to Albany Con- 
ference, July 31, 1684; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1664, 1698; 
President of Council and Act- 
ing Governor, June, 1706. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Jenkins, William, c. 1648-1712. 

Member of Provincial Assembly 
of Pennsylvania, 1690, 1695; 
Provincial Councillor, 1691- 
92; Justice of Peace, 1691-92. 

Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 

Jenness, Richard, 1686-1769. 
Representative for Rye, New 
Hampshire, 1727-62 ; Captain, 
1728. 
Mrs. Francis Griswold. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Jenness, Richard, Jr., 1717-1782. 

Member New Hampshire As- 
sembly, 1765-73 ; Member of 
the New Hampshire Provin- 
cial Congress, 1775. 

Mrs. Francis Griswold. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Jennings, Edward, 1697-1756. 
Burgess for Annapolis, 1728-32; 
Secretary of the Province and 
Member of Council, 1732-55. 
Mrs. George Henry Howard. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



183 



Jennings, Thomas, 1759, 

Chief Clerk of the Land Office ; 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1746-59. _ 
Mrs. Archibald R. Dennis, 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Jessup, Edward, 1666. 

Representative for the town of 
Westchester, N. Y., 1662-66; 
Commissioner, 1663 ; Magis- 
trate, 1659-64. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Johns, Kinsey, 1722-1763. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1754-60; High Sheriff, 1760- 
63. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Mrs. Monte Grifiith. 

Johnson, Baker, 1747-1811. 

Member of the Committee of 
Correspondence for Frederick 
County, 1774; Member of 
Maryland Conventions, 1774, 
1775, 1776; Colonel of the 4th 
Maryland Regiment in the 
Revolution. 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 

Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 

Miss E.A.T. M. Schley. 

Johnson, Dr. Edward, 1797- 

Justice, Calvert County, 1773; 
Member Committee of Calvert 
County, 1775-76; Surveyor of 
Calvert County, 1775; Judge 
of County Court, 1777. 
Mrs. Roberdeau Buchanan. 



Johnson, Henry, 1690. 

Justice. Baltimore County, 1683- 

86 ; Burgess, 1683. 
Mrs. R. Curson Hoffman. 



Johnson, John, 1736-1821. 

Private in Captain John 
McEver's Troop (New York), 
1758; Second Lieutenant, ist 
New York, 1775 ; First Lieu- 
tenant, 1776; Captain, 1776. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 



Johnson, Sir Nathaniel, 

1713. 

Governor of the Leeward 
Islands, 1686 ; Governor of 
South Carolina, 1701-09. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Johnson, Philip, 1788. 

Member of Virginia House of 
Burgesses for King and Queen 
County, 1752-55; Burgess for 
James City County, 1762-65 ; 
Member of Committee of 
Safety of James City County, 
1774-75- 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 

Johnson, Robert, 1755. 

Governor of South Carolina, 

1717-19, 1731-35. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Johnson, Thomas, 1732-1819. 

Burgess, Anne Arundel County, 
1765 ; Delegate from Maryland 
to Continental Congress, 1774, 
and re-elected, 1777 ; Brig.- 
General, Maryland Forces, 6 
January-4 July, 1776; Gov- 
ernor of Maryland, 1777 ; Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court of 
the United States, 1791. 

Mrs. Archibald R. Dennis. 

Mrs. Henry IV. Rogers. 

Mrs. Frank X. Ward. 

Johnston, Thomas, 1744-1819. 

Third Lieutenant of Pennsyl- 
vania Battalion of the Flying 
Camp, June 1776 ; Wounded at 
Long Island, 2y August, 1776. 

Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

JoLiFFE, John, 1751-1777. 

Captain in 4th Regiment, Vir- 
ginia Line ; Died in service. 
Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Jones, Philip, 1673-1753. 

Surveyor of Baltimore County, 

1729; Justice of the County, 

1731. 
Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 



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Jones, Philip, Jr., 1701-1762. 
Surveyor, Baltimore County, 
1730; Justice, Baltimore Coun- 
ty, i73i-:36. 
Mrs. William S. Conant. 

Jones, Robert, 1766. 

Member North Carolina Colo- 
nial Assembly, 1754-55 ; King's 
Attorney-General. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

Jones, Thomas, 1735-1812. 

Deputy Commissary, Baltimore 
County; Maj or, Baltimore 
Town Battalion, 25 May, 1776 ; 
Judge, Court of Appeals, 1778- 
1805. 
Mrs. William S. Conant. 

Jones, William, 1705. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1676. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Keene, Benjamin, 1702-1769. 
Justice of Dorchester County, 

1735. 
Mrs. Albert L. Richardson. 

Keene, John, 1722. 

Captain, Colonial Militia, Dor- 
chester County, 1712; Justice, 
1709-10, 171 1, 1712, 1714, 1715, 
1717, 1719, 1722. 

Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. James H. Preston. 

Mrs. Albert L. Richardson. 

Kendall, William, 1686. 

Collector of Revenue, North- 
ampton County, Va., 1660; 
Burgess for Northampton 
County, 1657/8, 1663, 1666-76, 
1683-85 ; Speaker of the 
House, 1685 ; Sent to Albany, 
1679, as Commissioner to treat 
with the Northern Indians ; 
Colonel, 1683. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 



Kenner, Rodham. 

Burgess for Northumberland 
County, Va., 1695-97, 1699- 
1702 ; Captain of Northumber- 
land County Militia. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Kennon, Richard, 1698. 

Justice of Henrico County, Va., 
1678; Member of the House 
of Burgesses, 1685-86. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Key, John Ross, 1754-1821. 

Second Lieutenant, Captain 
Price's Rifle Company, Fred- 
erick County, Md., 20 June, 
1775 ; In command of a Troop 
of Horse at Yorktown, 6 July, 
1781. 

Mrs. Charles Hozvard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Key, Philip, 1696-1764. 

Burgess, St. Marys County, 
1729, 1736, 1750-54; Sheriff, 
April 5, 1744; Member of 
Council, 1763-64. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. William E. Ruff. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Kim MEL, Michael, c. 1750 . 

Commissioned Lieutenant 4th 
Pennsylvania Battalion of 
Lancaster County, Jan. 8, 1776. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston 

King, John, 1735. 

Justice, Charles County, 1726-27 ; 

Of the Quorum, 1730-35. 
Mrs. John Davidson. 

King, Miles, 1747-1814. 

Captain of Virginia Minute Men, 
July, 1775, to October, 1776; 
Represented Elizabeth City 
County, Va., in the House of 
Delegates several times be- 
tween 1784 and 1798. 

Mrs. J. Hough Cottman. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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King, Robert, 1697. 

Captain of Somerset County Mi- 
litia, 1689; Major, 1690; Bur- 
gess for Somerset County, 
1690; Naval Officer of Poco- 
moke District, 1689-92. 
Miss Gertrudff F. Mason. 

King, Robert, 1689-1755. 
Member Lower House of As- 
sembly, 1742, 1747; One of the 
Commission to negotiate the 
Treaty of Lancaster, 1742. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 

KiRKBRiDE, Joseph, 1662- 1738. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1698, 1712-14, 1716, 
17 18, 1720, 1726-28, 1730, 1737, 
1738; Justice, 1708-10, 1715, 
1718, 1722. 1725-26; Commis- 
sioner of Boundaries, 1719. 

Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Kirkbride, Mahlon. 

Member of the Pennsylvania 
Assembly, 1740-46, 1748-54, 
1756. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Knapp, John, 1697-1763. 
Commissioned Lieutenant of 
Horse, in 9th Regiment, Con- 
necticut Colony, October, 1741. 
Mrs. Herbert O. Dunn. 

Knight, John Leach, 1741-1786. 
Justice, Cecil County, 1768-69, 

1772-74. 
Mrs. Duncan Veasey. 

Knight, Stephen, 174S. 

Justice. Cecil County, 1716; 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1720, 1728-31 ; Justice, Kent 
County, 1733-35; Judge of 
Assize for Eastern Shore, 
1737-42 ; Justice Provincial 
Court, 1735-38, 1741-43- 

Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

KoLLOCK, Jacob, 1692-1772. 
Justice of the Peace and of the 
Courts, Sussex County, Del., 
1726-27, 1764; Member of As- 
sembly for the three lower 



counties, 1732-72 ; Speaker, 
1759-65 ; Lieutenant, Captain 
John Shannon's Company, 25 
June. 1746; Colonel of the 
Sussex Regiment in French 
and Indian War, 1756. 
Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

KoLLOCK, Simon. 

Justice of the Peace and of the 
Courts, Sussex County, Del., 
1725-27; High Sheriff of the 
County, 1730-33- 

Mrs. Charles Beasten. 

Mrs. George A. Von Lingen. 

Landon, Thomas, 1700. 

Justice, Middlesex County, Va. 
Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Lane, Joel, 1795- 

Lieut.-Colonel in Colonel Hin- 
ton's North Carolina Regi- 
ment, 1772. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

Lane, Samuel, 1682. 

Justice of the Quorum for Anne 
Arundel County, 1674-82; 
Major of Provincial Militia; 
Present at a Council of War, 
July 20, 1676. 
Mrs. George Johnston Schleicher. 

Latimer, James. 

Justice of the Peace and Court 
of Common Pleas for New 
Castle, Del., 1769; Member 
Delaware Assembly, 1774 ; 
Member of Council of Safety, 
1776; Justice, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas and Orphans 
Court, 1777. 

Mrs. Kennedy Cromwell. 

Lawrence, Benjamin, 1741-1814. 

Member of the Committee of 
Observation for Delaware 
Hundred, Baltimore County, 
1775; Lieutenant of Militia, 
Baltimore County, 1776. 

Mrs. Louis C. Bulkley. 

Mrs. William Heyburn. 

Mrs. A. C. Kemper. 



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Lawrence, John, 1743-1782. 

Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, Frederick County, 1775 ; 
Justice, 1777. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 

Mrs. William Keyser. 

Miss Ella L. Warfield. 

Lawrence, William, 1623-1680. 

Captain, Queens County Militia. 
1665-80; Commanded the 
" Flushing Foote Companie " 
at the surrender of New York 
to the Dutch, 1673 ; One of the 
patentees of Flushing, L. L, 
1645. 

Mrs. R. Cur son Hoffman. 



pany, 12 February, 1776; First 
Lieutenant, Captain Denwood 
Hick's Company, 24 May, 1776. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

Lee, Hancock, 1653-1709. 

Justice, Northumberland Coun- 
ty, Va., 1677; Justice, North- 
ampton County, 1687, 1699, 
1702 ; Burgess, Northumber- 
land County, 1688; Civil and 
Military Officer, 1680; Naval 
Officer, 1680; Naval Officer 
and Collector, 1699. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



Lawson, Anthony. 

Colonel of Militia; Active in 
the suppression of Bacon's Re- 
bellion, 1676 ; Laid out City of 
Norfolk, Va., 1682; Justice, 
Lower Norfolk County, 1678- 
79, 1682, 1698-99. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Lawson, John, 1668. 

One of the Commissioners to 
Govern Maryland, 1654; High 
Sheriff of St. Mary's County ; 
Justice, 1665-66. 

Mrs. Elihu E. Jackson. 

Mrs. William W. Leonard. 

Lawton, George, 1693. 

Deputy, 1665, 1672, 1675-76, 1679- 
80; One of the Incorporators 
of Portsmouth, R. L ; Assist- 
ant, 1680-86, 1689-90; Member 
Council of War, 1671. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 

LeCompte, Anthony, 1673. 

Justice, Dorchester County, 1669- 

Mrs. Nicholas T. Burrow. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

LeCompte, Moses, 1748-1800. 

Second Lieutenant, Dorchester 

County Militia, January, 1776; 

First Lieutenant, Captain 

Joseph Robson's Minute Com- 



Lee, Henry, 1729 . 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1758-72; Member of 
Conventions, 1774, 1775, 1776. 
Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Lee, Philip, 1683-1744. 

Burgess for Prince Georges 
County, 1708, 1711, 1719, 1722; 
Member of Council of Mary- 
land, 1725-44. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Lee, Richard, 1597-1664. 

Attorney-General of Virginia, 
1643 ; Secretary of Virginia, 
1649-52 ; Member of Council, 
1651-64; Burgess for York 
County, 1647 ; For Northum- 
berland County, 1651 ; Colonel 
of Militia, 1651. 

Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Miss Elisabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Mrs. Edwi)i F. Sweet. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



187 



Lee, Richard, 1647-1714. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1677; Colonel of 
Horse, 1680; Naval Officer for 
Potomac River, 1699. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Szveet. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Lee, Thomas, 1690-1751. 

Member of Council of Virginia, 
1732 ; President of the Coun- 
cil and Acting Governor, 1749. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Lee, Thomas Ludwell, 1730-1778. 

Member of the Virginia Com- 
mittee of Safety, I775; Judge 
of the General Court. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Leech, Tobias, 1653-1726. 
Member Pennsylvania Assembly, 

1713, 1714, 1717, 1719- 
Mrs. Williatn H. Lytle. 

Leeds, John, Jr., 1705-1790. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1734-38; 
Clerk of Court, 1738-76; Com- 
missioner to supervise work of 
Mason and Dixon, 1762 ; 
Naval Officer, Port of Oxford, 
1766; High Sheriff, Talbot 
County, 1770; Surveyor-Gen- 
eral, 1790. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Leeds, William, 1688. 

Captain of Militia, 1660; Bur- 
gess for Kent County, 1661, 
1669 ; Justice, Kent County, 
14 June, 1661. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Leffingwell, Thomas, 1622-1710. 

Deputy for Norwich, Conn., to 

the General Assembly, 1662, 



1663, 1665, 1668-74, 1676, 1677, 
1679, 1681-87, 1689-91, 1693, 
1696, 1700, 1703 ; Lieutenant of 
Troops of New London Coun- 
ty, in King Philip's _War, 1676. 

Miss Ellen P. Kilpatrick. 

Mrs. William D. Kilpatrick. 

Leverett, Sir John, 1616-1679. 
Governor of the Colony of Mas- 
sachusetts Bay, 1673-78; Dep- 
uty for Boston to the General 
Court, 1651-53, 1663, 1664; 
Speaker of the House, 1663, 
1664; Assistant, 1665-70; Dep- 
uty-Governor, 1671-72; Com- 
missioner of the United Colo- 
nies, 1668-69 ; Captain against 
the Indians, 1645 ; Captain of 
the Suffolk Troop, 1652 ; Lieu- 
tenant of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Co., 1648 ; 
Captain, 1652, 1663, 1670; Ma- 
jor-General, 1663-73; Agent of 
the Colony in England to ap- 
pear before the Lord Protect- 
or, 1655 ; Appointed to present 
a petition to the King and Par- 
liament, 1660; Commissioner 
to Rhode Island, 1664 ; One of 
the four appointed to care for 
the Great Patent. 
Mrs. William W. Johnson. 

Levis, Samuel, 1649-1728. 
Member Pennsylvania Provin- 
cial Council, 1692 ; Member of 
Assembly, 1689, 1694, 1698, 
1700, 1706, 1709; Justice of 
Chester County. 
Mrs. B. H. Brewster. 

Levis, Samuel, Jr., 1681 . 

Member of Pennsylvania Assem- 
bly for Chester County, 1720- 
24, 1739-46. 
Mrs. B. H. Brewster. 

Lewis, Charles, 1729 . 

Captain in the French and In- 
dian War, 1755 ; Colonel of 
Virginia Minute Men, 1775. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin, 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lewis, John, 1640-c. 1705. 

Member of Virginia Council, 
1704; Justice of Gloucester 
County ; Captain of Horse, 
1680; Major of Infantry. 

Mrs. Robert George Hogan. 

Lewis. John, 1678-1762. 

Settled Augusta County, Va., 
and located the town of Staun- 
ton, 1732; Justice, 1745; High 
Sheriff, 1748; Surveyor, 1751 ; 
Commissioned Colonel of Mi- 
litia, 1752. 

Mrs. J. Francis Dammann. 

Lewis, John, 1669-1725. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1715. 
Mrs. Daniel H. Buell. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Calvin. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 
Miss Evelyn Byrd McCandlish. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 
Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 
Mrs. William Reynolds. 
Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 

Lewis, John, 1702-1754. 

Member of Council of Virginia, 

1751. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Lewis, Robert, 1704-1766. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses ; Officer in the Indian 
Wars. 
Mrs. Robert George Hogan. 

LiGHTFooT, Philip, 1689-1748. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1733-47 ; Judge of the 
General Court ; Visitor of 
William and Mary College, 
where he founded two schol- 
arships, 1720-28. 

Mrs. Ale.rander B. Colvin. 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 

LiGHTFooT, Philip, 1751-1786. 
Lieutenant in Harrison's Artil- 
lery, Continental Line. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin. 
Mrs. William Reynolds. 
Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 



Lingan, George, 1708. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1679-85 ; 

Of Quorum, 1694; Burgess, 

1695-96. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Lingan, Thomas, 1734. 

Justice and County Commission- 
er, Calvert County, 1734. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Littleton, Nathaniel, 1654. 

Chief Justice, Accomac County, 
Va., 1640 ; Member of the 
Council of Virginia, 1652. 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Littleton, Nathaniel, c. 1666- 

1703. 
Sheriff, Northampton County, 

Va., 1699 ; Lieut.-Colonel, 

Northampton County, 3 June, 

1699. 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Littleton, Southey, 1645- 1679. 

Colonel, Virginia Forces, 1676; 
Served during Bacon's Rebel- 
lion. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Livingston, Gilbert, 1690-1746. 

Registrar Colonial Court of 
Chancery, 1720; Clerk of Ul- 
ster County, N. Y., 1722; 
Supervisor of Kingston, 1740- 
41, 1744-45; Member of As- 
sembly for Livingston Manor, 
1728-37; Major of Militia, 
1737; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1739. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 
1710-1793. President of the 
Provincial Congress, New 
York, 1775-76; Member of the 
Committee of One Hundred, 

1775- 
Miss Elizabeth Livingston. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



189 



Livingston, Philip, 1686-1749. 

Lord of Livingston Manor; 
Member of Assembly, 1709 > 
Participated in the capture of 
Port Royal, 1710, and later 
Colonel of the Provincial 
Forces ; Member of Council, 
1725-49 ; Secretary for Indian 
Affairs, Province of New 
York, 1721-49. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Miss Elizabeth Livingston. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728. 

First Lord of the Manor of Liv- 
ingston ; Member of New 
York Assembly, 1709-14, 1716- 
25 ; Speaker of Assembly, 
1718-25 ; Secretary of Indian 
Affairs, 1675-95, 1696-1702, 
1704-11; Commissioner to 
Connecticut, 1689 ; Commis- 
sioner of Boundaries, 1723 ; 
Member of Council, 1698-1701 ; 
Captain of New York Troops, 
1693; Colonel, 17 10. 

Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 

Mrs. Charles A. Ganibrill. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Miss Elizabeth Livingston. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Mrs. Robert Swartout. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Livingston, Robert, 1710-1790. 

Third Lord of the Manor of 
Livingston ; Member of New 
York Assembly, 1737-1758. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Livingston, Robert, Jr., 1725. 

Deputy Secretary of Albany, 
1699-1707; Alderman, 1708; 
Mayor of Albany, 1710-19; 
Member of Assembly, 1711-15; 
Commissioner of Indian Af- 
fairs, 1715-20. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Lloyd, Edward, 1696. 

Burgess for Lower Norfolk 
County, Va., 1644-46; Com- 
mander of Anne Arundel 



County, Md., 1650; Commis- 
sioner to make treaty with the 
Susquehannah Indians, 1652; 
Burgess, 1658; Member of the 
Council, 1658-66 ; Commission- 
er to confer with Virginia, 
1663 ; One of the High Com- 
missioners for Regulating Af- 
fairs in Maryland. 

Mrs. Ethan Allen. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Charles A. Coolidge. 

Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. George H. Howard. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 

Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Ozven N orris. 

Mrs. William T. Owen. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Pennington. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Percy S em pie. 

Mrs. Mary S. Schenck. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 

Miss Anna C. Stokes. 

Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Mary Sullivan. 

Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 

Miss Mary Tilghtnan. 

Miss Elizabeth Tilton. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 



190 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Lloyd, Edward, II, 1670-1718. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1699- 
1702; President of Council 
and Acting Governor of Mary- 
land, 1709-14. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lozvndes. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. William T. Owen. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Edzvard Shippen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 

Miss Elizabeth Tilton. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Lloyd, Edward, III, 1711-1770. 
Burgess, Talbot County, 1739; 

Member of Council. 
Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 
Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lozvndes. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William T. Owen. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 
Miss Elizabeth Tilton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Lloyd, Edward, IV, 1744-1796. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1771- 
72, ; Member of Council of 
Safety, 1775 ; Member of Leg- 
islature until 1791. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 



Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William T. Owen. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Pennington. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Edzvard Shippen. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 
Miss Elizabeth Tilton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Lloyd, James, 1680-1723. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1712-14, 

1716-22; Member of Council, 

1722-23. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 
Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Owen N orris. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Miss Mary Tilghman. 

Lloyd, James, II, 1716-1768. 
Justice, Talbot County, 1751-68. 
Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 

Lloyd, James, III, 1815. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1769-70; 
Captain, Talbot County Mili- 
tia, 16 May, 1776; Justice, 1783. 
Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 

Lloyd, Philemon, 1646-1685. 
Commissioned, 2 June, 1667, 
Captain Commanding Horse 
in Chester and Wye rivers ; In 
1681, Colonel Commanding 
Horse of Talbot, Kent and 
Cecil Counties ; Justice, Tal- 
bot County, 1675-81 ; Burgess 
for Talbot County, 1671-85; 
Speaker of the House, 1678- 
85 ; Commissioner to treat 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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with Northern Indians at 

Fort Albany, 1682. 
Mrs. Ethan Allen. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair BealL 
Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Daniel Combs. 
Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 
Mrs. Benjamin IV. Corkran. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 
Miss Elisabeth T. Hcmsley. 
Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. George H. Howard. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 
Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 
Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger, 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Owen N orris. 
Mrs. William T. Owen. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Pennington. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Mrs. Percy Semple. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 
Miss Elisa Hughes Stokes. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Tilghman. 
Miss Elisabeth Tilton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Lloyd. Richard, 1717 . 

Member of Assembly for Talbot 

County, 1750-62 ; Member 

Council of Safety. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 



Lock, William. 1679-1732. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1727-31. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Logan, James, 1674-1751. 

Member of the Provincial Coun- 
cil of Pennsylvania, 1702-47; 
President of the Council and 
Acting Governor, 1736-38; 
Mayor of Philadelphia, 1723; 
Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Pennsylvania, 1731- 
39- 

Mrs. Borden Bowman. 

LoTHROP, John, 1584- 1653. 

Minister at Scituate and Barn- 
stable, Mass.. 1634-53 ; Active 
in founding and forwarding 
the interests of the Colony. 
Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

LoTHROP, Samuel, 1620-1700. 

Member Barnstable Company, 
1643; Judge of the Court at 
Pequot (afterwards New Lon- 
don), Conn., 1649. 

Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

LoTHROP, Samuel, H, 1650-1732. 
Ensign in 1721 ; Captain of 
Second Train Band in Nor- 
wich, Conn. 
Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

LoTHROP, Samuel, III, 1754. 

Lieutenant Fourth Company 
Train Band (Connecticut), 
^737', Captain, 1739; Judge 
■ from 1743 to 1754. 
Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

Lovelace, Sir William, 1561-1629. 
Incorporator named in the Royal 

Charter for Virginia, March 

12, 1612. 
Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Lovelace, Sir William, II, 1584- 
1648. 

Incorporator named in the Royal 
Charter for Virginia, May 23, 
1609 (being then " Capt. Wil- 
liam Lovelace "). 

Mrs. John M. Steele. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Lowe, Henry, c. 1660-1717. 

Commander, St. Marys County, 
Militia, 1696; Judge of Pro- 
vincial Court, 1694, 1696, 1697; 
Deputy Commissary, 1695-97 ; 
Treasurer and Receiver-Gen- 
eral, 1684; High Sheriff, 1698- 
1700; Burgess for St. Marys 
City, 1701-02. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Riehard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 



Lowe, John, 1701. 

Justice, St. Marys County, 1694- 

97; Burgess, 1697-1701. 
Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 



Lowe, Michael, 1743-1820. 

Captain, Prince Georges County 

Militia, 1776. 
Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 



Lowe. Nicholas, c. 1662-1714. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1694; 
High Sheriff, 1696; Commis- 
sioner for regulating Civil 
Affairs of Talbot County, 1689. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 



Lowndes, Christopher. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1753-75. and of the Quorum 

from 1769. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Loivndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Lucas, Robert. 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1682-83, 1687, 1688. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 



LucKETT, William. 

Captain of Militia, Frederick 
County, 1758, in French and 
Indian War; Justice and 
County Commissioner, 1765. 

Mrs. James W. Alexander. 

Mrs. William Drane, Jr. 



Ludlow, Gabriel, 1704 . 

Member of Assembly for 
Orange County, N. Y., 1739- 
45 ; Clerk of the Assembly, 
1699-1738. 

Mrs. J. A. Preston. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Ludwell, Philip. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1674-78, 1681-87; Gov- 
ernor of Carolina, 1689-94. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Ludwell, Phiup, H, 1672-1727. 
Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1702. 
Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. IV. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Lux, Darby, 1698-1750. 

Commissioner to lay out Balti- 
more Town, 1730; Member of 
Maryland Assembly, 1748. 
Mrs. Charles H. Black. 
Mrs. Joseph Parsons Comegys. 
Mrs. John J . Jackson. 
Mrs. Samuel Keyser. 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 
Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 

Lux, Darby, 1795. 

Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, 1775-76; Member Mary- 
land Convention. 1775. 

Mrs. Charles H. Black. 

Lynde, Joseph, 1636-1727. 

Deputy for Charlestown to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1674, 1680; Member of 
the Council of Safety, 1689; 
Councillor, 1694- 1705, 1707-16; 
Justice of Court of Common 
Pleas for Middlesex County, 
1692-1719; Ensign, 2d Charles- 
town Company, 1680; Lieuten- 
ant, Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, 1692 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Provincial 
Troops, 1695. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



193 



Lynn, David. 

Justice, Frederick County, 1754- 
75 ; One of the Twelve Jus- 
tices who repudiated the 
Stamp Act, 1765 ; Commis- 
sioned to lay out Frederick 
County, 1748 ; Commissioned 
to lay out Georgetown, 1751. 

Mrs. Allen Richards Boyd. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Siser. 

McCall, George, 1670- 1740. 

Member of Pennsylvania Pro- 
vincial Council, 1722. 
Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 
Mrs. James IV. Ponder. 

McAllister, Richard, 1795. 

Justice, York County, Penna., 
1771-74; Member Committee 
of Safety, 1775 ; Member Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1775 ; Colo- 
nel, 3d Battalion, York Coun- 
ty, 1775-77 ; County Lieuten- 
ant, 1777-80. 

Mrs. Charles M. Morris. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

McCarty, Daniel, 1679-1724, 
Burgess, Justice and Sheriff of 
Westmoreland County, Va., 
1706; Speaker, House of Bur- 
gesses, 1715-20. 
Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

McClaster, John, 1742. 

Member General Assembly, 1704, 
1705, 1707, 1717 ; Justice, Som- 
erset County, 1726, 1732, and 
of the Quorum, 1733. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. James H. Preston. 

McClintock, Samuel, 1732-1804. 
Chaplain, 2d New Hampshire 

Regiment, June-July, 1775. 
Mrs. Francis Griswold. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Maccubbin, Joseph, 1739-1800. 

Commissioned 2d Lieutenant, 22 
February, 1776; ist Lieuten- 
ant, II April, 1776, Maryland 
Militia. 

Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 

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Maccubbin, Nicholas, 1709-c. 
1774- 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1736-42 ; High Sheriff, 1733-36. 
Mrs. Edward S. Beall. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Maccubbin, Zachariah, 1679-1754. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1726-29, 1732-36; High Sheriff, 
II November, 1729-32, 1736-38. 

Mrs. Ethan Allen. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Ebenecer Learned. 

Miss Elizabeth IV. D. Ligon. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Mrs. Mary S. Schenck. 

Vicomtesse H. de Sibour. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

Macgill, James, 1701-1779. 

Rector of Queen Caroline Par- 
ish, Anne Arundel County, 
1730-76. 

Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. Norman James. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons, 

Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Mrs. Henry Rosenberg. 

MacGregor, James, H. 172,0. 

One of the founders of London- 
derry, N. H. ; A Minister 
active in forwarding the inter- 
ests of the Colony before 1750. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Mackall, Benjamin, 1761. 

Burgess for Calvert County, 
1719-38; Chief Justice of Cal- 
vert County, 1726-31. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 



194 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mackall, Benjamin, 1723-1795. 
Burgess for Calvert County, 
1749-65 ; Justice of Calvert 
County, 1766-73. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mackall, James, 1677-1716. 
Burgess, 1712-16. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Mrs. John H. Williams. 

Mackall, James John, 1717-1772. 
Burgess, Calvert County, 1745- 

65. 
Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Mackall, John, 1669- 1739. 
Burgess for Calvert County, 

1704-39; Speaker of the 

House, 1725-34, 1739- 
Airs. Charles J. Colcock. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Mackall, Thomas, 175 i , 

Justice, Calvert County, 1773. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

McKean, Thomas, 1723-1817. 

Signer of the Declaration of In- 
dependence ; President of 
Congress ; Three times Gov- 
ernor of Pennsylvania; Chief 
Justice of Pennsylvania for 
twenty-two years. 

Mrs. William T. Owen. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 

McKeele, John, 1695. 

Justice of Dorchester County, 
1692-93; Lieutenant, 1678; 
Captain and Lieut.-Colonel of 
Dorchester County, 1694. 

Mrs. Albert L. Richardson. 

McKiM. Thomas, 1710-1784. 
Commissioned by the Governor 
of Delaware, Lieutenant of 
Militia in the Upper Regi- 
ment from Brandywine Hun- 
dred, 1756; Justice of the 



Peace and Judge of the Court 
of Common Pleas, New Cas- 
tle, Del., 1774. 

Mrs. John S. Hayes. 

Mrs. Wilson P. Heyward. 

Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 

Mrs. Frederick von Kapff, Jr. 

Mrs. Russell Wetmore. 

McKinnie, Barnaby. 

Justice, Bertie County, N. C, 
1724-28; Edgecombe County, 
1739; Member North Carolina 
Assembly, 1735. 

Mrs. Frederick Henry Smith. 

McPherson, Robert, 1730-1789. 

Captain, 3d Pennsylvania Bat- 
talion, 1758, and in Forbes' ex- 
pedition against Fort 
Duquesne ; Sheriff of York 
County, Penna., 1762-65 ; Jus- 
tice, 1764-75 ; Member of As- 
sembly, 1765-67, 1781-85; 
County Treasurer, 1755, 1768; 
Colonel of Pennsylvania Mi- 
litia in the Revolution. 

Mrs. F. H. Davis. 

Mrs. James P. Parker. 

Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 

Maddox, Lazarus, 1660-1717. 
Member of Assembly for Som- 
erset County, 1692-93. 
Mrs. Elihu E. Jackson. 
Mrs. William W. Leonard. 
Mrs. Alva Van der Bogart. 

Magruder, Alexander, 1671-1746. 
Justice of Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1699, 1730-32. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Magruder, Samuel, 1668-1711. 

Burgess, Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1704-07 ; Captain of Prince 
Georges County ; Justice, 1696- 
1705. 

Mrs. George A. Armstrong. 

Mrs. Geo. L. Hume. 

Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 

Mrs. Albert Bingham Sowell. 

Mrs. Edzvard M. Tutwiler. 

Mrs. Frank Weakley Webster. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



195 



Manigault, Gabriel, 1781. 

Member of South Carolina As- 
sembly, 1748, 1761, 1772, etc.; 
Treasurer of the Province, 

1735-43- 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 
Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 



Manigault, Peter, 1731-1773. 

Member and Speaker of the 
Commons House of Assembly 
in the Province of South Car- 
olina, 1755, 1766-73- 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 



Mann, John, 1632-1695. 
Justice, Gloucester County, Va., 

1680-95. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Maris, George, 1632-1705. 

Member of Pennsylvania Pro- 
vincial Council, 1695 ; Justice 
of Chester County, 1684-88, 
1690-93; Member of Assem- 
bly, 1684-88, 1690, 1692, 1693. 

Mrs. William IV. Keith. 

Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Maris, John, 1669-1747. 
Member of Provincial Assembly 

of Pennsylvania, 1709, 1712, 

1716, 1719, 1720. 
Mrs. William W. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Marsh, John, 1668-1744. 

Deputy for Hartford to the Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1693, 1713. 1715, 1716, 1730-44; 
Captain of Train Band of 
Litchfield, 1722 ; Member of 
Council of War, 1740, 1743, 
1744; Member of Governor's 
Council, 1725. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon, 

Marsh, Thomas, c. 1615-1656, 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1650; Commissioner to treat 
with Indians, 1652 ; Member 
Provincial Court, 1655, 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 



Marshall, Samuel, 1675. 

Killed in the " Swamp Fight," 
King Philip's War, 19 Decern 
ber, 1675. 
Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 



Marshall, Thomas, 1730-1802, 

Lieutenant of Volunteers, Vir- 
ginia Forces, in French and 
Indian War, 1755 ; Burgess, 
1768-74; Colonel of 2d Vir- 
ginia Regiment in the Revolu 
tion. 

Mrs. William L. Lewis. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 



Marsham, Richard, 1713. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1679-81, 

168s, 1688. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 



Marston, Thomas, 1615-1690. 

Representative to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1677, 
and to the General Court of 
New Hampshire, 1680-84, 

Mrs. Francis Griswold. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 



Martian, Nicholas, 1591-1657. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1623, 1631-33; 

Justice, York County, 1633-57. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 
Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 



Martin, James, 1748. 

High Sheriff, Worcester Coun- 
ty, 1742-45 ; Commissioner of 
Peace, 1732-34 ; Colonel, Wor- 
cester County Militia. 

Mrs. Duncan Campbell. 

Miss Mildred Iglehart Martin. 

Mrs. T. B. Smythe. 



196 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Martin, Walter, 1651-1719. 

Member of First General As- 
sembly convened by William 
Penn, 1682 ; Treasurer of 
Chester County, 1697-1702, 
1706-09 ; Justice for Chester 
County, 1703. 

Miss Josephine P. Amos. 

Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 



Mason, George, 1686. 

Justice, Stafford County, Va. ; 
Sheriff, 1670; Clerk of the 
County Court, 1673 ; County 
Lieutenant, 1675 ; Burgess, 
1676. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Aliss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. William W. Grant. 

Miss Elizabeth Mason Rowland. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 



Mason, George, II, 1670-1716. 

Captain of Potomac Rangers ; 
Justice, Stafford County, Va., 
1689-92; Sheriff of Stafford 
County ; County Lieutenant, 
I 699- I 700. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. William W. Grant. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Miss Elizabeth Mason Rowland. 



Mason, George, III, 1692-172$- 

Justice, Stafford County, Va., 
1713; Burgess, 1718, 1723, 
1726; County Lieutenant, 
1719; Removed to Charles 
County, Md., 1730. 

Mrs. William W. Grant. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Miss Elisabeth Mason Rowland. 



Mason, George, of " Gunston," 

1725-1792. 
Burgess, Fairfax County, Va. ; 

Member Virginia Convention, 

1755-56 ; Member Committee 

of Safety, 1775. 
Mrs. William W. Grant. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 



Mason, Hugh, 1605-1678. 

Deputy for Watertown to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1644, 1645, 1660, 1661, 
1664, 1671, 1675-77; Lieutenant 
of the Watertown Company, 
1645 ; Captain, 1652 ; One of 
the Commanders in the expe- 
dition against the Dutch, 1664; 
Captain of Middlesex Regi- 
ment, 1675. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 



Mason, John, 1600-1672. 

A Corporator named in the Con- 
necticut Charter of Charles II, 
1662 ; Magistrate and Assist- 
ant, 1637-59, 1669-71; Deputy- 
Governor, 1659-69 ; Commis- 
sioner of the United Colonies 
for Connecticut, 1647, 1654-57, 
1661 ; Major in command of 
Forces in Pequot War, 1637 ; 
Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1634, 
1635 ; Lieutenant of Massa- 
chusetts Troops, 1633 ; Cap- 
tain, 1633 ; Planned the forti- 
fications of Dorchester, Mass. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. Dazrid M. Robinson. 



Mason, Thomson, 1733-1785. 

Trustee of Leesburg, 1758; 
Member Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1758-59, 1761, 1767- 
71, 1774; Member of Assem- 
bly, 1777-79, 1783; Judge of 
the General Court, 1778. 

Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Rowland. 



.Matthews, Roger, i 651-1709. 

Lieutenant in Baltimore County 
Militia, 1694-96, etc. ; Vestry- 
man, St. George's Parish, Bal- 
timore County, 1696-97 and 
later. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



197 



Matthews, Roger, Jr., 1686-1740. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1718- 
24, 1726-33 ; Presiding Justice 
from 1728; Burgess for Balti- 
more County, 1720-22, 1726-40. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mayhew, Thomas, 1592-1682. 

Chief Magistrate of Martha's 
Vineyard, 1674-82 ; Lord of 
Tisbury Manor in Martha's 
Vineyard, 1671. 

Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 

Maynadier, Daniel, i74S. 

Rector of St. Margaret's Parish, 
Anne Arundel County, 1712; 
Rector of St. Peter's Parish, 
Talbot County, 1714-45. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Maynadier, Daniel, II, 1724-1772. 

Rector of Great Choptank Par- 
ish, Dorchester County, 1764- 
72. 

Mrs. Burr P. Harrison. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Meese, Henry, c. 1682. 

Burgess for Stafford County, 
Va., 1666; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1680; Colonel of Colonial 
Militia. 

Mrs. George A. Coulter. 

Miss Katharine Edmonds Payne. 

Merriwether, Nicholas, 1647- 

1744. 
Burgess for New Kent County, 

Va., 1702-14. 
Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 



Merryman, John, 1737-1814. 
Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, Baltimore County, 1774- 
76 ; Judge of Orphans Court, 
Baltimore County, 1784. 
Mrs. Charles H. Black. 



Middleton, Thomas, 1674-1744. 
Captain of Rangers (Prince 

George's County) in Indian 

disturbances, 1698. 
Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 



Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798. 
Magistrate for Kent County, 
Del., 1770; Justice of the Peace 
for Kent County, 1771-74; Jus- 
tice of the Court of Quarter 
Sessions, and of the Court of 
Common Pleas, 1774. 
Mrs. B. Howard Haman. 

Miller, Michael, 1700. 

Burgess, Kent County, 1685. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Miss Rebecca R. Williams. 

Mingael, Thomas Jansen. 

Commissioner of the Court, Fort 
Orange ; Magistrate and Bur- 
gess of Beverwick. 
Mrs. Frederic Tyson. 

Minor, Garrett. 

Member of Committee of 

Safety, Louisa County, Va., 

1775- 
Mrs. William Stewart Polk. 



Minor, John, 1735-1800. 

Member of Committee of Safety, 
Caroline County, Va., 1774-75. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 



Mitchell, William, — 
Member of Council 
land, 1649. 

Mrs. Ashley Lewis. 
Mrs. John Mullan. 
Mrs. Jervis Spencer. 



-1685. 
of Mary- 



198 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



MoALE, John, 1697- 1740. 
Burgess, Baltimore County, 1729. 
Mrs. Alexander R. Early. 
Mrs. Wilson Cary Nicholas. 
Mrs. Fielder C. Slingluff. 

MoALE, John, II, 1731-1798. 

Burgess from Baltimore County, 
1767 ; Member of Convention, 
1774-75, and of Committee of 
Observation, 1775 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel, Baltimore Town Bat- 
talion, 1776. 

Mrs. Ale.xander R. Early. 

Mrs. Wilson Cary Nicholas. 



Monro, John, c. 1660-c. 1725. 
Rector of St. John's Parish, 
King William County, Va., 
1702-20. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



Monroe, James, 1758-1831. 

Lieutenant Virginia Forces, 28 
September, 1775 ; Aide de 
Camp to Lord Stirling, with 
rank of Major, 1777-78; Mem- 
ber of Virginia Assembly; 
United States Senator; Presi- 
dent of the United States, 
1817-25. 

Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 

MooRE, Bernard. 

Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1748. 
Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Moore, Henry, c. 1700- 1776. 
Member of Assembly, 1754-56. 
Mrs. John Davidson. 

Moore, John, 1658-1732. 

Secretary of the Province of 
Carolina ; Deputy to Lord 
Proprietor and Member of the 
Governor's Grand Council, 
1685 ; Crown Advocate and 
Deputy Judge of the Court of 
Vice-Admirality, 1695, Prov- 
ince of Pennsylvania ; At- 
torney-General of the Prov- 
ince ; Register-General ; Reg- 



ister of Wills ; Collector of 
the Port of Philadelphia, 1703- 
32. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 



Moore, John, 1686-1749. 

Member of the King's Council, 
Province of New York ; Colo- 
nel of New York City Regi- 
ment of Foot. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 



MooRE, WiLUAM, 1699-1783. 

Colonel, First Associated Regi- 
ment, Chester County, Penna., 
1747-48, and re-commissioned 
in 1755 ; Member of Assembly, 
'^72>2,-2>9', President of the 
County Court, 1741. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 



Morgan, Henry, c. 1600- 1663. 

High Sheriff and Commander of 
the Militia in Kent County, 
1648; Justice, 1650-59; Bur- 
gess, 1659. 

Miss A dele M. Batre. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Eugene Martin. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Morgan, Jacob, 17 16-1792. 
Captain, 1st Battalion, Pennsyl- 
vania Troops, 1755 ; Captain in 
2d Battalion, 1757; Adjutant, 
1760; Colonel 3d Battalion, 

1777- 
Mrs. Charles Mayer Franklin. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



199 



Morgan, James, 1607-1685. 

Representative for New London 
to General Court, 1657-66; 
Served in the Pequot War. 
Miss Ellen P. Kilpatrick. 
Mrs. William D. Kilpatrick. 

Morgan, Thomas, 1698. 

Captain, Maryland Militia, 1693. 
Mrs. John P. Campbell. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Morgan, William, 1788. 

Lieutenant, Frederick County, 
Va., Militia, 1758; Captain; 
Major. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 

Morris, Anthony, 1654-1707. 

Justice of Peace, Philadelphia, 
1692, 1693, 1697, 1698; Judge 
of Supreme Court, 1694-98; 
Provincial Councillor, 1695- 
96; Member of Assembly, 
1698-1701 ; Mayor of Philadel- 
phia, 1703. 

Mrs. Francis Key Murray. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Morris, Anthony, Jr. 

Member of Philadelphia Com- 
mon Council, 1715-33; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1722-25; a 
Founder of Philadelphia Li- 
brary, 1731; Mayor, 1738; a 
Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1752. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Morris, Lewis, 1671-1746. 
First Governor of New Jersey 
as a separate Province, 1738- 
46 ; Member of King's Council, 
1710-38; Member of New 
York Assembly, 171 1-38; 
Boundary Commissioner, 
1723 ; Acting Governor, 1731 ; 
Judge of the Superior Court, 
1692; Chief Justice of the 
Province of New York, 1715- 

33- 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 
Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 



Morris, Lewis, II, 1698-1762. 

Member of New York Assem- 
bly, 1732-45, 1747-49; Speaker, 
"^ysy, 1738; Boundary Com 
missioner, 1723-25 ; Judge of 
Court of Admiralty, 1760-62. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 



Morris, Lewis, III, 1726- 1798. 

Signer of the Declaration of In- 
dependence ; Member of Con- 
tinental Congress from New 
York, 1775 ; Judge of Court of 
Admiralty, 1776; Deputy to 
Provincial Congress, 1775-76; 
Member of State Senate, 1779" 
81 ; Brig.-General, Westches- 
ter County Troops, 1776. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M, Morris. 



Morris, Robert, 1734-1806. 

Signer of the Declaration of In- 
dependence ; Member Provin- 
cial Assembly of Pennsylvania, 
1775; Delegate to Continental 
Congress, 1775; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Committee of Safety, 
1775 ; The Financier of the 
Revolution ; Organized the 
Bank of North America, 1781 ; 
Member of Pennsylvania Leg- 
islature, 1786; Member Con- 
stitutional Convention, 1787 ; 
U. S. Senator, 1788-95. 

Mrs. Fielder C, Slingluff. 



Morris, Samuel, Jr., 1733-1812. 

Second Lieutenant First City 
Troop, Philadelphia, 1774 ; 
Member of Assembly, 1776, 
1781-83 ; Captain First City 
Troop, 1776; Member Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1775-76. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 



Morton, John, 1730-1779. 
Member of Committee of Safety, 
177s ; Captain in the 4th Regi- 
ment, Virginia Continental 
Line, 19 February, 1776. 
Mrs. John Ridgely. 



200 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



MosELEY, Edward, 1661-1736. 

Colonel and Justice of Princess 
Anne County, Va. ; High 
Sheriff, 1707-8 ; Member of the 
House of Burgesses ; Knight 
of the Golden Horseshoe, 
1710-22. 

Mrs. Edward Duffy. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

MosELEY, Edward Hack, 1783. 

Burgess, Princess Anne County, 
Va., 1761-69; Colonel and 
Sheriff of the County. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 
Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

MosELY, Samuel, 1641-1680. 

Commissioner to treat with Nar- 
ragansett Indians ; Com- 
mander of Troop in King 
Philip's War, 1675. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 

Moss, John, 1604- 1707. 

Deputy for New Haven, 1667- 
70; Deputy for Wallingford, 
1671-73, 1675-77, 1681-84, 1686- 

87. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Moss, Joseph, 1679-1732. 
Preached the Election Sermon at 
Hartford, Conn., 12 May, 1715. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

MoTTE, Isaac, 1700-1770. 

For thirty years Treasurer of 

South Carolina. 
Mrs. James W. Ponder. 
Mrs. Winiield J. Taylor. 

MuLLiNS, William, 1621. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation, 1620. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 

MuMFORD, Thomas. 

Went to Virginia with the First 
Supply, 1607 ; One of the In- 
corporators named in the sec- 
ond Charter of Virginia, 28 
May, 1609. 

Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 



MuRDocK, George, 1761. 

Rector of Rock Creek Parish, 

Prince Georges and Frederick 

Counties, 1726-61. 
Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 
Miss E. A.T. M. Schley. 
Miss Anna C. Stokes. 
Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 

MuRDOCK, William, 1769. 

Burgess, Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1749-69; Member of Com- 
mittee to represent Maryland 
in the Stamp Act Congress, 
held in New York, October, 
1765. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Murray, Doctor William (Cam- 
bridge), 1696-1763. 
Justice, Dorchester County, 1734- 

57- 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Murray, Doctor William (Ches- 
tertown), 1708-1769. 
Justice, Kent County, 1750-1754. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 
Mrs. Joseph P. McComas. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Mantling. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. Anthony Murray. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Muscoe, Salvator, 1741. 

Burgess for Essex County, Va., 

1736. 1738, 1740. 
Mrs. T. Steptoe Boswell. 

Nash, John, 1776. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1754-58; Justice for 
Henrico County, 1738; Justice 
for Prince Edward County, 
1754; Captain of a Company 
in the Indian Wars ; Lieut.- 
Colonel, Prince Edward Coun- 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



201 



ty, 175s; County Lieutenant, 
1757; High Sheriff, 1758. 

Miss Elisabeth W. D. Ligon. 

Mrs. Charles Rous. 



Neale, Anthony, c. 1655-c. 1724. 
Commissioned Lieutenant, 

Charles County Militia, March 

7, 1686. 
Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 
Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 
Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 



Neale, James, 1615-1684. 

Member Provincial Council of 
Maryland, 1643-44, 1661-62; 
Member of Assembly for 
Charles County, 1665-66 ; 
Commissioner of the Treas- 
ury, 1643 ; Attorney of Lord 
Baltimore at Amsterdam to 
protest against the seating of 
the Dutch and Swedes on Del- 
aware ; Commissioned Cap- 
tain, 1661, to raise Troops 
against the Dutch. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. John W. Baughman. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Miss Ida S. Brent. 

Dr. Mary N. Browne. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 

Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 

Mrs. Benjamin IV. Corkran. 

Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Mrs. Cam,pbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia, 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Miss Elisabeth T. Hemsley. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard S. Hill. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 



Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. George Henry Howard. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Mrs. Ebeneser Learned. 
Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elisabeth Lozvndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. Gustav JV. Liirvtan. 
Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 
Mrs. Joseph P. McComas. 
Mrs. Frederick II'. McReynolds. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. E. H. MarstcUcr. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Anthony Murray. 
Mrs. Ozven Norris. 
Mrs. William T. Owen. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 
Mrs. Percy Semplc. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 
Miss Anna C. Stokes. 
Miss Elisa Hughes Stokes. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 
Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 
Miss Mary Tilghman. 
Miss Elisabeth Tilt on. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Robert B. Wallace. 
Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 
Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 
Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 



Nelson, Arthur, 1740-1792. 

Member of the Committee of 

Observation for Frederick 

County, 1775. 
Mrs. Donald McLean. 



202 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS, 



Nelson, John, 1750-1827. 
Captain, 7th Virginia, 28 Octo- 
ber, 1776; Retired, 4 Septem- 
ber, 1778 ; Served subsequent- 
ly as Major in a Virginia State 
Regiment. 
Mrs. Robert Ober. 



Nelson, Roger, 1735-1815. 

Second Lieutenant, 5th Mary- 
land, 1779, and 1st Lieutenant, 
1780; Wounded and taken 
prisoner at Camden, 1780; 
Transferred to Baylor's Dra- 
goons, 1782, and served to the 
end of the War ; Member of 
Congress, 1804-10. 
Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 



Nelson, Thomas, 1716-1782. 

Burgess for York County, Va., 
1745-49 ; Member of the Coun- 
cil of Virginia, 1749-76; Presi- 
dent of the Council ; Secretary 
of State, 1743-76; One of the 
Governors of William and 
Mary College. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 



Nevett, Thomas, 1684-1749. 
Justice of the Peace, Dorchester 

County, 1732-47; For many 

years Chief Justice. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson, 



Newberry, Thomas, 1635. 

Deputy to the General Court, 
Massachusetts Bay Colony, 

1634-35- . 

Mrs. Edivin F. Sweet. 



Newbury, Roger, 1706-1741. 

Deputy to Connecticut General 
Assembly for Eleven Ses- 
sions ; Captain in expedition 
against Carthagena, in which 
he died. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 



Nicholas, Robert Carter, 1728- 
1780. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1758, 1766-74; 
Speaker, 1764-70 ; Treasurer 
of Virginia ; Member of the 
various Revolutionary Con- 
ventions, and President, pro 
tern., of that of 1775. 

Miss Mary Coles Carter. 

Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elisabeth Cary Nicholas. 

Nicholson, Joseph, 1709-1787. 

High Sheriff of Kent County, 
1763-68; Colonel of the Coun- 
ty Militia; Deputy Commis- 
sary for many years. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Nicholson, Joseph, Jr., 1734-1786. 

Justice, Kent County, 1760; 
Member of Maryland Conven- 
tion, 1775. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Nicoll, Matthias, 1621-1687. 
Captain in the British Army, 
1664; Secretary of the Prov- 
ince of New York, 1664-80; 
Member of the King's Coun- 
cil, 1667-80; Speaker of Pro- 
vincial Assembly, 1683 ; Judge 
of the Court of Admiralty, 
1686; Mayor of New York, 
1672. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 
Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

NicoLL, William, 1657-1723. 

Member of Council, New York, 
1691-98; Speaker of Provin- 
cial Assembly, 1702-18; Attor- 
ney-General, 1687-90. 
Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

NicoLS, Henry, 1678-1748. 
Rector of St. Michael's Church. 

Talbot County, 1708-48 . 
Mrs. Donald J. Frick. 
Mrs. John M. Jackson. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



203 



NoRRis, Benjamin Bradford, 1745- 
1790. 

Member of Committee of Har- 
ford County, 1775 ; Same, 
1776; Commissioned, 8 Octo- 
ber, 1776, Captain of a Com- 
pany in 8th Battalion Har- 
ford County Militia. 

Miss Mary Mansfield N orris. 



Norwood, John, c. 1673. 

High Sheriff, Anne Arundel 
County, 1657-58, 1661-62; Jus- 
tice, 1664-65 ; Commissioned, 
28 November, 1661, Captain, 
Anne Arundel County Militia. 

Miss Rebecca D. Penniman. 



NoTLEY, Thomas, 1679. 

Burgess, St. Marys County, 
1665-71, and for St. Marys 
City, 1671-74; Member of 
Council, 1676-79; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1678. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. George Alphonso Jones. 

Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Mrs. Charles Phelps Williams. 



NoYES, James, 1608-1656. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes 
active in founding and for- 
warding the interests of the 
Colony of Massachusetts Bay 
prior to 1675. 

Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 



NoYES, Thomas, 1679-1755. 

Captain of Train Band of Ston- 
ington. Conn., 1723 ; Deputy 
for Stonington to General As- 
sembly, 1713, 1717, 1725, 1727. 
1729, 1733. 

Mrs. Nicholas G. P enniman. 



Nuthall, John, 1620-1667. 
Justice of the Quorum for St. 

Marys County, 1663-67. 
Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 
Mrs. William Donnell. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 



Ogden, John, 1610-1682. 

Magistrate of Connecticut, 1656- 
60, 1662 ; Patentee, 1662 ; 
Member of King's Council, 
Province of New Jersey, 1665; 
Schout and Acting Governor 
of the English Colony in East 
Jersey, 1673 ; Representative 
from Elizabethtown to First 
General Assembly of New Jer- 
sey, 1668. 

Miss M. Annie Camak. 



Ogle, Samuel, 1694-1752. 

Governor of Maryland, 1732, 

1733-42, 1746-52. 
Mrs. F. H. Davis. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Frank R. Millspaugh. 
Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 



Overton, James, 1688-1749. 
Justice, Hanover County, Va. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



NoYES, James, H, 1640-1719. 

One of the Trustees named in 
the Act of 1701 establishing a 
Collegiate School (Yale Col- 
lege) ; Fellow of Yale College, 
1701-19; One of the Ministers 
of Parishes who were active 
in founding and forwarding 
the interests of the Colony of 
Connecticut prior to 1675 ; 
Minister at Stonington, 1665- 

1719- 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 



Owen, Robert, 1697. 

Justice, Merion, Penna., 1695-97; 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1695-97. 

Mrs. Eugene Blackford. 



O WINGS, Dr. Samuel, 1702-1775. 

Burgess, Baltimore County, 
1758-61 ; Justice and County 
Commissioner, 1744-68. 

Mrs. Louis C. Bulkley. 

Mrs. William Heyburn. 



204 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Pabody, William, 1707. 

Deputy from Duxbury to Ply- 
mouth General Court, 1654-63, 
1670-82. 
Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Page, John, 1627-1692. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1683-92; Colonel of 
York County. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Page, John, 1720- 1780. 
Member Virginia Provincial 

Council. 
Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Page, Mann, 1691-1730. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1714-31- 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Miss Ma/y Willis Minor. 
Mrs. Robert Ober. 
Mrs. Horatio M. Taplin. 
Mrs. jQcob A. Ulman. 

Page, Matthew, 1660-1704. 

One of the original Board of 
Trustees for William and 
Mary College, 1693 ; Member 
of the Council of Virginia, 
1699. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Robert Ober. 

Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Pannill, William, 1738-1795. 

Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty for Orange County, Vir- 
ginia, 1774-75- 

Mrs. Rolfe E. Boiling. 

Parke, William, 1595-1685. 
Member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company, 
1638 ; Represented Roxbury, 
Mass.. in the General Court, 
1635-80, the longest known 
term of service under the old 
charter. 
Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 



Parker, Wiluam. 
Member of Council, 23 March, 

1656. 
Mrs. Geo. N. Mackenzie, 2d. 

Parramore, Thomas, 1774. 

Member of Virginia Assembly 
for Accomac County, 1748-49, 
1758-59, 1760-70; Burgess, 
1770-72. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Mrs. William Parke Custis. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munos. 

Parsons, Samuel Holden, 17x7- 
1789- 
Member of Connecticut Assem- 
bly eighteen consecutive ses- 
sions; King's Attorney, 1773; 
Major, 1770, Connecticut 
Forces; Major-General, 1780. 
Mrs. H. Carroll Winchester. 

Partridge, Ralph, 1658. 

Pastor of the Church at Dux- 
bury, Mass., 1636-58. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Paschall, Thomas, 1624-1718. 
Member of Provincial Assembly 

of Pennsylvania, 1685, 1689; 

Councilman, 1691, 1701-04. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 

Paschall, Thomas, Jr., c. 1666- 
1743- 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly of Pennsylvania, 1717. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 

Pattison, Thomas, 1701. 

His Lordship's Attorney for 
Dorchester County, 1688 ; Jus- 
tice, 1671-74; Commissioner to 
lay out Towns in Dorchester 
County, 1684; Clerk of Court, 
1688-92. 

Mrs. Nicholas T. Burrow. 

Payne, Edward, 1726-1806. 

Member Committee of Safety 
for Fairfax County, Va., July 
18, 1774- 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



205 



Payne, John. 

Member of the London Charter 
Company ; Came to Virginia 
with Governor Yardley's Sec- 
ond Supply. 

Miss Katharine E. Payne. 

Peabody, Francis, 1614-1697. 
Lieutenant in the Militia, Tops- 
field, Mass., 1668. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Peale, Charles Willson, 1741- 
1827. 

Captain of Pennsylvania Volun- 
teers, 1776, and served in the 
Battles of Trenton and Ger- 
mantown ; Member of Penn- 
sylvania Legislature, 1779. 

Mrs. Robert Atkinson. 

Mrs. Robert Howard Gamble. 

Mrs. Walker Hill. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinson, 

Pearce, Daniel. 
Burgess, Kent County, 1709-13. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Pearce, William, 1720. 

Burgess, Cecil County, 1694, 

1706-07; Chief Judge, Kent 

County, 1714-15. 
Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Pearson, Robert. 
Burgess of Trenton, N. J., 1746. 
Mrs. Basil Duke. 
Mrs. J. Pembroke Thorn. 

Pemberton, Phineas. 

Provincial Councillor, Pennsyl- 
vania, 1685-87, 1695, 1697-99, 
1701 ; Member of Assembly, 
1689, 1694, 1698, 1700; Speaker, 
1698 ; Master of Rolls, 1696. 

Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 

Pemberton, Thomas, M. D., 1653- 
1693. 

As Surgeon, accompanied expe- 
dition to Canada, 1690. 

Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 



Pengilly, John, 1709. 

Ensign, Massachusetts Militia, 

1692; Lieutenant, 1700. 
Mrs. William A. Fisher. 

Penhallow, Samuel, 1665-1726. 

Deputy to the General Court, 
1698; Speaker of the House, 
1699; Treasurer, 1699-1726; 
Assistant, 1702 ; Secretary, 
1704; Judge of Superior 
Court, 1714-17; Chief Justice, 
1717-26; Commissary General, 
1712; Colony of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Pennock, Joseph, 1677-1771. 

Member Pennsylvania Assembly 
for Chester County, 1716, 1719, 
1722-24, 1726, 1729, 1732-35, 
1743-45; Justice, 1729, 1738, 
1741, 1745, 1749. 

Mrs. Eustis Thompson. 

Pepperrell, William, 1654- 17 54. 

Captain of the Company of Pro- 
vincial Militia (1714) ; Com- 
mandant of His Majesty's 
Fort at Kittery Point, 1714; 
Subsequently Lieut.-Colonel of 
the Provincial Militia of York 
County, Me. ; Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas, 1715- 
30; Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1697. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Miss Elsie Hilton Cross. 

Perry, William, 1746-1799. 

Justice, Caroline County, 1774; 
Justice for Talbot County, 
1774. 1778-79; Judge of the 
Orphans Court, 1778-79; Re- 
ceiver of Alienation Fees for 
the Proprietary of Maryland. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 

Mrs. Frank Markoe. 

Peters, William, c. 1790. 

Came to Pennsylvania, 1736-37. 
Justice of County Court, of 
Court of Common Pleas, and 



206 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



of Orphans Court; Deputy 
Secretary of Province of 
Pennsylvania, and Clerk of 
the Provincial Court, 1757; 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1752-56. 
Mrs. Roberdeau Buchanan. 



Deputy for Windsor to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1645-52, 1657. 

Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 

Mrs. Cleland N. OMey. 

Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Mrs. William Wallace. 



Peyton, Francis, 1808. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1769-74; Mem- 
ber of Convention, 1775. 
Mrs. James W. Alexander. 
Mrs. William Drane, Jr. 

Peyton, John, 1691-1760. 

Burgess from Stafford County, 
1736-40; Justice of Peace until 
1760; Clerk of Acquia; Ves- 
tryman. 

Mrs. William S. Welch. 

Peyton, Valentine, 1686-1751. 

Justice, Prince William County, 
Va., 1743; Sheriff, 1749; Bur- 
gess, 1736. 

Mrs. James W. Alexander. 

Mrs. William Drane, Jr. 

Mrs. James M. Garnett. 

Mrs. Norman James. 

Mrs. John Ruse Larus. 

Phelps, Joseph, 1667-1750. 

Member General Assembly of 
Connecticut, 1709-27 ; Deputy, 
1709-18, 1721, 1724-26, 1731-32, 
1736. 

Mrs. Cleland N. OMey. 

Mrs. William Wallace. 

Phelps, Timothy, 1639-1719. 

Lieutenant in Captain Matthew 
AUyn's, Windsor, Conn., Com- 
pany, 1690 ; Captain, May, 
1696; On public service under 
Captain AUyn, October, 1705/6. 

Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Phelps, William, 1599-1672. 
Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1634-35 ; 
One of the Commissioners to 
govern Connecticut, 1635-36 ; 
Magistrate and Assistant of 
Connecticut, 1636-42, 1658-62; 



Phillips, William, 1683. 

Captain of Massachusetts 

Troops; Acting Major, 1663; 

In active service, 1675, etc. 
Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Philpot, Brian, 1695 . 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1750. 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Philpot, Brian, 1748-1812. 
Ensign, Smallwood's Regiment, 

14 January, 1776. 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 

Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829. 
Adjutant-General, 1775; Quarter 
Master General ; Secretary of 
War; Secretary of State; 
Member of Congress ; U. S. 
Senator ; Member General 
Council of Massachusetts ; 
Captain of 4th MiHtia Com- 
pany of Salem, 1775 ; Member 
Committee of Safety and Cor- 
respondence. 
Mrs. Thomas Donaldson. 

Pickett, William, 1725-1795. 

Member of Provincial Congress 
from Anson County, N. C, 
1775 ; Captain of ist Regiment 
commanded by James Moore. 

Mrs. Herbert D. Thompson. 

Miss Nora Louise Thompson. 

Pierpont, James, 1659-1714. 

One of the Trustees named in 
the Act of 1701, establishing a 
Collegiate School (Yale Col- 
lege) ; Fellow of Yale, 1701- 
14; Preacher of Connecticut 
Election Sermon, 1690; Pastor 
of First Church of New 
Haven, 1684-1714. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



207 



Pile, John. 
Member of the Council of Mary- 
land, 1649-50. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 

Pitkin. William, 1699. 

Attorney-General of the King, 
1664 ; Member Connecticut 
Colonial Assembly, 1675-90 ; 
Treasurer of the Colony, 1675 ; 
Member of the Council, 1690- 

99- 
Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

Plaisted, John, 1660- 1745. 

Member of the Assembly of 
New Hampshire, 1693-1700, 
1717, 1722-27; Speaker of the 
House, 1696, 1717; Councillor, 
1702-17; Justice of the Su- 
preme Court, 1699-1719; Chief 
Justice, 1716; Commissioner 
of Oyer and Terminer, 1707 ; 
Captain of Militia, 1715 ; Colo- 
nel, 1723. 

Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 

Plaistied, Roger, 1675. 

Deputy for Kittery to General 
Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
1663-64, 1673 ; Associate Judge, 
York County Court, 1675; 
Lieutenant, Captain Charles 
Frost's Company, 1670; Killed 
(1675) in a fight with the In- 
dians. 
Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 

Plater, George, c. 1664-1707. 

Attorney-General of Maryland, 
1691, 1695-96; Collector and 
Receiver-General, 1694 ; Naval 
Officer, Patuxent, 1698. 

Mrs. Edzvin Bruce. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. John B. Mont ell. 

Mrs. Louisa K. Norton. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Pennington. 



Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Plater, George, II, 1695-1755. 
Justice, Provincial Court, 1729; 

Naval Officer, Patuxent, 1733; 

Of Annapolis, 1742 ; Member 

of Council, 1732-55 ; Deputy 

Secretary, 1755. 
Mrs. Edwin Bruce. 
Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 
Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Louisa K. Norton. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Feli.r R. Sullivan. 
Miss Elizabeth Tilton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Plater, George, III, 1735-1791. 

Governor of Maryland, 1791 ; 
President of the Senate ; Bur' 
gess, St. Marys County, 1757 
59, 1762-68; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1771-74. 

Mrs. Edwin Bruce. 

Mrs. Louisa K. Norton. 

Platt, Epenetus, 1640-1693. 
Captain of Foot, Suffolk County, 
Province of New York, 1684. 
Mrs. John R. Long. 

Platt, Epenetus, II, 1672-1745. 

Member of Assembly, Province 
of New York, 1723-38; Lieu- 
tenant of Provincial Troops, 
1700. 

Mrs. John R. Long. 

Platt, John. 
Representative for Norwalk to 

Connecticut General Court, 

1680-86. 
Mrs. Harvey Middleton, 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Plowden, Sir Edmund, 1590-1659. 

Founder, Governor, Captain- 
General, and Earl Palatine of 
New Albion (now New Jer- 
sey) ; Charter granted by 
Charles I. 

Mrs. Robert Hinckley. 

Mrs. Edmund P. Jenkins. 

Mrs. Michael Jenkins. 

Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell. 

Polk, David, 1705-1778. 
Justice, Somerset County, 1763. 
Mrs. Joshua G. Baker. 
Mrs. E. Austin Jenkins. 

Polk, Robert, 1707- 1770. 
Justice of Dorchester County, 

1749-70. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. Owen Norris. 

Polk, Thomas, 1735-1793. 

Member of Provincial Assembly 
of North Carolina and Signer 
of the Mecklenberg Declara- 
tion of Independence. 

Miss Lizinka C. Brown. 

Pope, Nathaniel, 1660. 

Member of Maryland Assembly, 
1637, 1638, 1641, 1642; Lieut.- 
Colonel of Militia, Westmore- 
land County, Va., 1655, 

Mrs. George M. Boiling. 

Mrs. James Prescott Martin. 

Mrs. James J. Mills. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Porter, William, 1695 -1749. 

Commissioned Captain in the 
" Two Associate Regiments of 
Chester County," Penna., 
8 Feb., 1747-48. 

Mrs. H. Bradley Davidson. 

Posey, Francis. 1654. 

Burgess for St. Clement's Hun- 
dred, St. Marys County, 1650. 
Mrs. L. P. Thomas. 

Powell, Levin, 1738-1810. 
Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, 1774; Major of Militia, 
1775 ; Lieut.-Colonel Grayson's 



Additional Continental Regi- 
ment, 1777-78 ; Presidential 
Elector ; Member Virginia 
Convention, 1788. 

Mrs. James M. Garnett. 

Mrs. Percy Semple. 

Powell, William, 1595-1670. 

An Incorporator of the second 
Charter of Virginia; Captain 
of James City ; Member of 
first House of Burgesses, 1619. 

Mrs. James M. Garnett. 

Mrs. John Ruse Larus. 

Presbury, James. 
High Sheriff, Baltimore County, 

1709-11. 
Mrs. Eugene Grecnway. 

Presley, Peter, c. 1699. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1677-81, 1684, 1691. 
Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

Presley, Peter, 1750. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1711, 1712, 1718, 1723, 
1726, 1736, 1744-45- 

Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

Presley, William, 1656. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1647. 
Mrs. Valentine S. Nelson. 

Preston, James, c. 1667-1729. 
Member of Assembly for Balti- 
more County, 171 1. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Preston, James, II, 1713-1762. 
Justice, Baltimore County, May 

23, 1753- 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Preston, Richard. 

One of the six Commissioners 
appointed by Parliament to 
govern the Province, 1651 ; 
Member of Council, 1652. 

Mrs. William T. Manning. 

Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



209 



Price, Thomas, 1795. 

Justice, Frederick County, 1762- 
76; Captain of Riflemen, 1775; 
Major, 1776; Colonel, 2d Reg- 
iment, Maryland Line, 1777. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Virginia King. 

Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 

Miss Florence Phenix. 

Miss Clementine Smith. 

Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 



Prince, Thomas, 1600-1673. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation ; Governor of 
Plymouth Colony, 1634, 1638, 
1657-72; Assistant, 1632, 1635, 
1636, 1637, 1639-56; Treasurer, 
1636, 1637, 1638; Commission- 
er of the United Colonies, 
1645, 1650, 1653-58, 1661, 1663, 
1670, 1671-72; Member of the 
Councils of War, 1642-67; 
President of Councils of War, 
1657, 1658, 1667. 

Mrs. Robert Garrett. 

Mrs. William Green. 



Provoost, David, 1608- 1656. 
Commander at Fort Good Hope, 
1642-47 ; First of the " nine 
men," 1652 ; Sergeant, Blue 
Flag Company, Burgher 
Corps, New Amsterdam, 1653 ; 
First separate Schout at 
Breuckelen, 1655 ; Schout and 
Secretary of Breuckelen, 
Amersfoort and Midwont un- 
til his death. 
Mrs. Gustav W. Lilrman. 



Provoost, David, 1670- 1725. 

Mayor of the City of New York, 
1699; Member of the Govern- 
or's Council, 1708- II ; Member 
of Assembly, 1711-13, 1716-25; 
Commissioner of Boundaries, 
1723 ; Captain of a Company 
of Foot, 1700; Major, 1710; 
Lieut.-Colonel, 1716. 

Mrs. Gustav W. LUrman. 

15 



PuE, Dr. Michael, 1795. 

Member Committee of Obser- 
vation for Anne Arundel 
County, 1775- 

Miss Rebecca Penniman. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

PuREFOY, Thomas. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1629-30; Member of 
Council, 1631 ; Commander of 
Elizabeth City County, 1628. 

Mrs. Mollis Moseley Cooley. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Mrs. John E. Welbourn. 

PuRNELL, Thomas, 1723- 

Member General Assembly of 
Maryland for Somerset Coun- 
ty, 1712-14. 
Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

PusEY, William. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly for Chester County, 
1725, 1726. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McReynolds. 

Putnam, Benjamin, 1664-1715- 
Lieutenant and Captain, Salem, 

Mass., 1706-11. 
Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

Putnam, Nathaniel, i6i9-i7op- 
Deputy from Salem, Mass., 1690- 
91 ■ Lieutenant Foot Company, 
Salem Village, 1683. 
Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

Pynchon, William, 1590-1662. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay; Named Assistant in the 
Charter of Charles I, and 
served in England, 1628, 1629 ; 
Assistant in Massachusetts 
Bay, 1630-36, 1642-50; Treas- 
urer of the Colony, 1632-34; 
One of the Commissioners to 
govern Connecticut, 1636 ; 
Commissioner to govern 
Springfield, 1641. 

Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Ramsay, David, 1749-1815. 

Surgeon of the Charleston Ar- 
tillery Company at siege of 
Savannah, 1781 ; Member of 
South Carolina Legislature, 
1776-81 ; Member of Council 
of South Carolina ; Member 
of Congress, 1782, 1785. 

Mrs. William E. Ruff. 

Randolph, Isham, 1687-1742. 

Member of Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1738-40; Colonel of 
Militia, 1740; Adjutant-Gen- 
eral of Virginia, 1738-42. 

Miss Esther S. Btichanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Miss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulnian. 

Randolph, Sir John, 1689-1737. 
Treasurer of Virginia, 1734-36. 
Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Randolph, Peter, c. 1708-1768. 

Member of Virginia Council, 
1750 : Surveyor-General of 
Customs for the Middle West- 
ern District of North America. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Randolph, Richard, 1691-1748. 

Member of Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1728, 1736-40 ; 
Treasurer of Virginia, 1736- 
42 ; Colonel of Henrico Coun- 
ty- 
Mi j.? Jane Margaret Cary. 

AJiss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Miss Elizabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Randolph, Thomas, 1689-1730. 
Justice of Henrico County, Va., 
from 1714, and Presiding Jus- 
tice of Goochland County, 
1728; Colonel of Militia and 
County Lieutenant. 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 



Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Mrs. William L. Lewis. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulnian. 

Randolph, Thomas Mann, 1741- 
1793- 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, \772-72,, and of 
Convention, 1775-76 ; Colonel 
of Militia; Member of the 
Virginia Senate, 1776, and of 
the House of Delegates, 1784- 
88. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Randolph, William, 1651-1711. 

Clerk of Henrico County, Va., 
^(>7:i-'^2)', Captain, 1680; Attor- 
ney-General, 1696 ; Justice, 
1683-1711; Burgess for Hen- 
rico County, 1685-99, 1703-05, 
1710; Speaker of House, 1698; 
Colonel. 

Mrs. Rolfe E. Boiling. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Miss Margaret Gordon. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Miss Elizabeth C. Lee. 

Mrs. William L. Lewis. 

Miss Elisabeth H. McLean. 

Mrs. Thomas C. McLean. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Randolph, William, II, 1681-1742. 

Clerk Virginia House of Dele- 
gates, 1702 ; Justice, Henrico 
County, 1707 ; County Clerk, 
1710-19; Burgess for Henrico 
County, 1718-23 ; Member of 
Council, 1727-42. 

Mrs. Rolfe E. Boiling. 

Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Mrs. Aubrey Pearre, Jr. 

Randolph, William (of Tucka- 
hoe), 1713-1745. 
Justice for Goochland County, 
Va., 1735-44; Member of the 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



211 



House of Burgesses, 1744 *. 
First Clerk of Albemarle 
County ; Colonel of Militia. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyset. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ultnan. 

Rapalje, Joris Jansen, 1665. 

One of the " Twelve Men " in 
Nieuw Netherland, 1641 ; Mag- 
istrate of Breuckelen, 1655-62. 
Mrs. Graham Gordon. 
Mrs. D. G. Mcintosh. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 
Mrs. Joseph H. Rieman. 
Mrs. Pembroke L. Thorn. 

Raper, Thomas. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1708. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Rawle, Francis, c. 1660-1727. 

Justice, Philadelphia County, 
Penna., 1689, 1693 ; Member 
Provincial Assembly, 1704, 
1706-08, 1719, 1721, 1722-26; 
Member Provincial Council, 
1724. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Read, George, 1733-1798. 

Attorney-General of Delaware, 
U63-74; Member Provincial 
Assembly, 1765-76; Member 
Continental Congress, 1774; 
Framed the Constitution of 
Delaware ; President of Con- 
vention, 1776; Acting Govern- 
or, 1777; Signer of the Decla- 
ration of Independence ; 
Judge, U. S. Court of Appeals 
in Admiralty Cases, 1782 ; 
Member of Annapolis Con- 
vention of 1786; U. S. Sena- 
tor, 1789, 1791 ; Chief Justice 
of Delaware, 1793. 

Miss Katherine R. Lock-wood. 

Reade, George, c. 1600-1671. 

Burgess for James City County, 
Va., 1649; For York County, 
1655-56; Member of Council, 
1657/8-71. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin. 

Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 



Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 
Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 
Mrs. William Reynolds. 
Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 

Revell, Edward, 1687. 

Burgess for Accomac County, 

Va., 1683-84 ; Commissioner 

for Accomac, 1664. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Mrs. William Parke Custis. 
Mrs. Pier son Haviland. 
Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

Revell, Randall, 161 i . 

Member of Maryland Assembly, 
1638 ; Burgess, Accomac Coun- 
ty, Va., 1660. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Mrs. William P. Custis. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Pier son Haviland. 
Mrs. Edmund A. Munoz. 
Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 
Mrs. Clement L. Shaver. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

Rhoads, Samuel, 1711-1784. 

Member of Philadelphia City 
Council, 1741 ; Mayor of Phil- 
adelphia, 1774; Member of 
Assembly of Pennsylvania, 
1761, 1762-64, 1771-74; Dele- 
gate to Continental Congress, 
1774- 

Mrs. Kennedy Cromwell. 

Richardson, Samuel. 

Member Pennsylvania Provin- 
cial Council. 1688, 1689, 1695, 
1696 ; Justice of Peace and 
Courts, 1688, 1691, 1692, 1697, 
1698, 1701, 1704; Member 
Pennsylvania Assembly, 1691- 
94, 1696-98, 1700-04. 

Mrs. Arthur Dudley Cross. 

Richardson, William, 1697. 

Member of Maryland General 

Assembly, 1678-84. 
Mrs. Harrison Robertson. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Richmond, Edward, 1632-1696. 

Attorney-General of Rhode Is- 
land, 1677-80; Deputy for 
Newport to the General As- 
sembly, 1678, 1679; Deputy for 
Little Compton to General 
Court of Plymouth, 1686; 
Lieutenant of Militia, 1676; 
Lieutenant of Bristol County 
Company, 1680; Captain, 1690. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

Rider, John, 1686-1739. 
Burgess, Dorchester, County, 

1719; Member of Council, 

July 10, 1729. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

RiDGELY, Charles, 1702- 1772. 

Justice and County Commission- 
er for Baltimore County, 1741- 
54; Member of Assembly for 
Baltimore County, 1751-54. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Emily McBlair. 

Miss Mary W. P. McBlair. 

Mrs. Henry Moore. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Miss Virginia McBlair Smith. 

Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

Ridgely, Greenberry, 1726-1783. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1752. 
Mrs. William B. Hurst. 

Ridgely, Henry, 1710. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1679-95; Burgess, 1692-93; 
Captain of Foot, 1669; Major, 
1694 ; Lieut.-Colonel, 1694. 

Miss Alice W. Ball. 

Miss Ida Hill Bovine. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Miss Isabel M. Daniel. 

Mrs. IValter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. John C. Doolan. 



Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. Martin Gillet Gill. 
Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 
Mrs. Walker Hill. 
Mrs. William Hitt. 
Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 
Mrs. John D. Howard. 
Mrs. George L. Hume. 
Mrs. William B. Hurst. 
Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. George A. Leiper. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. George Knight Mackey. 
Mrs. Charles Marshall. 
Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Miss Mary Hill Ross. 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Smith. 
Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 
Mrs. Albert B. Sowell. 
Mrs. William H. Thomson. 
Mrs. Edward M. Tutwiler. 
Miss Ella L. Warfield. 
Mrs. Wm. D. Washburn, Jr. 
Mrs. Frank W. Webster. 
Mrs. Erastus Wells. 



Ridgely, Henry, Jr., 1690-1750. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1726-43, and Presiding Justice, 
from 1738 ; Colonel of Anne 
Arundel County Militia, 1742. 

Mrs. John C. Doolan. 

Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 

Mrs. Edmund Pitts Harrison. 

Mrs. William B. Hurst. 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons. 

Miss Rebecca P enniman. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 



Ridgely, Henry, 1728-1791. 

Commanded Rangers in Indian 
War, 1755; Major of Anne 
Arundel County Militia, 1761- 
yj,', Colonel, 1773. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. James J. Mills. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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RiDGELY, John, 1723-1771. 

Burgess, Baltimore County, 

1767; Justice, 1750 ; Of 

Quorum, 1752-53. 
Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 

RiDGELY, Nicholas, 1693-1755. 
Associate Judge of the Supreme 
Court of the Counties of New 
Castle, Kent and Sussex, Del., 

1746-55. 
Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 
Mrs. Erastus Wells. 

RiDGELY, Robert, 1681. 

Clerk of the Council, 1671 ; Ap- 
pointed, 1673, Clerk of Pro- 
vincial Court and Register of 
High Court of Chancery ; 
Commissioned, Acting Attor- 
ney-General, 1674 ; Deputed by 
Sir Wm. Talbot, 5 June, 1671, 
Clerk of Provincial Court, and 
Register and Examiner of 
High Court of Chancery. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Miss Margaret G. Jones. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Miss Emily McBlair. 

Miss Mary IV. P. McBlair. 

Mrs. Henry Moore. 

Mrs. Charles Ridgely. 

Mrs. Charles E. Rieman. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Miss P^irginia McBlair Smith. 

Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 

Mrs. John O. Turnbull. 

Miss Ella L. Wariield. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Miss Mary Winn. 

RiDGWAY, Richard, 1723. 

Justice, Burlington County, N. 

J., Courts, 1700-03, 1715, 1717, 

1720. 
Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Ringgold, James, 1686. 

Major of Kent County Militia, 
1678-83; Justice, 1661, 1674-80. 
Dr. Mary N . Browne. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 



Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ringgold, James, 1704. 

Justice, Talbot County, October 

25, 1662. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ringgold, Thomas, 1611-1672. 
Justice, Kent County, Md., 1651- 

57- 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ringgold, Thomas, 1711. 

Justice, Kent County, 1695, 1697, 
1703 ; Burgess for Kent Coun- 
ty, 1710. 
Dr. Mary N. Browne. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Ringgold, Thomas, 1728. 

Justice, Kent County, 1726-27. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Ringgold, William. 

Member of the Quorum for 
Kent County, and Commis- 
sioner of the Peace, 1739. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Ringgold, William, 1723 . 

Justice, Kent County, 1762-74; 
Burgess, Kent County, 1773- 
74; Member Maryland Con- 
vention, 1775 ; Captain Queen 
Annes County Militia, 16 
March, 1776. 

Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Risteau, John, 1760. 

High Sheriff, Baltimore Coun- 
ty, 1742. 
Mrs. Andrew Fuller Fox. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 
Mrs. John E. Semmes. 

Robeson, Andrew^, 1720. 

Judge, Gloucester County, N. J., 
1687; Chief Justice, Pennsyl- 
vania Supreme Court, 1693-99 ! 
Representative, 1692, 1697 ; 
Provincial Councillor of New 
Jersey, 1701. 

Mrs. Eustis Thompson. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Robins, Edward, 1602 . 

Sheriff, Accomac County, Va. ; 

Justice of the Quorum. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Robins, George, 1646- 1694. 
Justice of the Peace, Talbot 

County, 1685, 1689. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Robins, George, 1698-1742. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1729- 

31 ; Justice, 1726-42. 
Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 
Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 
Mrs. Richard W . Hague. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Percy Semple. 
Miss Anna C. Stokes. 
Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 

Robins, Obedience, 1600-1662. 

Burgess for Accomac County, 
Va., 1629-30, 1644, 1652 ; Com- 
mander of Accomac, 1632 ; 
Member of Council, 1656-59. 

Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Thomas J . Keating. 

Mrs. Alexander Russell. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Robins, Thomas, 1672-1721. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1695 ; 

Burgess for Talbot County, 

1709-17. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 

Robinson, Christopher, 1645-1693. 
Member of Council of Virginia, 
1692 ; Secretary of State, 1692. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 
Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 
Mrs. Williatn C. Page. 

Robinson, John, 1683-1749. 

Member of Council of Virginia, 
1720; President of Council 
and Acting Governor, 1749. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Robinson, Tully, 1658-1723. 
Sheriff of Accomac County, Va., 
1706-10; County Lieutenant, 
1715 ; Justice of County, 1680; 



Member House of Burgesses, 
1702, 1718, 1722, 1723; Colonel 
of Militia, 1722. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munoz. 

Rogers, Joseph, 1678. 

A Lieutenant in Massachusetts, 

1674. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Rogers, Nicholas, 1753-1822. 

Aid to General Ducoudrais, 1777, 
and to General De Kalb, 1778; 
Member of Committee for the 
defense of Baltimore, 1780. 

Mrs. William W . Mclntire. 

Rogers, Robert, 1727 . 

Captain of a Company in His 
Majesty's Service, 1757 (Mas- 
sachusetts) ; Commissioned 
Major of Rangers, April 6, 
1758. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Rogers, Thomas, 1621. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation, 1620; "Died 
in first Sickness." 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Rogers, William, 1736. 

Lieutenant in Newr Jersey Colo- 
nial Militia, 1705. 
Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 

RoLFE, John, i 585-1622. 

Member of Council of Virginia, 
1619; Secretary of State and 
Recorder-General, 1617-19. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. John R. Tail. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

RoLFE, Thomas, 1616 . 

Permanent Commander of the 

Garrison of Chickahominy 

Fort, 1646. 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



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RoscoE, William, Jr., 1699-1753. 
Burgess for Warwick County, 

Va., 1736. 
Mrs. T. Meredith Jenkins. 

Ross, John, 1696-1766. 

Mayor of Annapolis, 1748, 1764- 
65 ; Clerk to the Council of 
Maryland, 1729-64; Naval Of- 
ficer of Patuxent, 1761-65. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

RousBY, John, 1685. 

Clerk of the Upper House of 
Assembly, 1671 ; Burgess for 
Calvert County, 1681-84. 

Mrs. Edwin Bruce. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Louisa K. Norton. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Edzvard Ship pen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Elisabeth Tilton. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

RousBY, John, II, 1744- 

Member of the Maryland House 
of Burgesses, 1714-21 ; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1721-36. 

Mrs. Edwin Bruce. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Mrs. Louisa K. Norton. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

RozER, Benjamin, 1680. 

High Sheriff of Charles County, 
1667-71, 167s ; Member of 



Council, 1677-81 ; Styled Ma- 
jor, 1677, and Colonel, 1678 

Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 

Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 

Mrs. William S. Myer. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 

Russell, John, 1627-1692. 

Preached the Election Sermon 
for the Colony of Massachu- 
setts, 1665, at Boston. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Russell, Samuel, 1660-1731. 

Preached the Election Sermon 
at Hartford, Conn., 1699 ; Fel- 
low of Yale College, 1701-30. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Russell, William, 1735-1793. 

Captain of Rangers under Brad- 
dock; Lieut.-Colonel in expe- 
dition against Indians, 1757 ; 
At Battle of Mt. Pleasant; 
Colonel, 1776 ; Member of Vir- 
ginia Convention from Bote- 
tourt, May, 1776; Colonel 13th 
Virginia Regulars, December, 
1776; Taken Prisoner at 
Charleston, 1780 ; Brevetted 
Brig.-General, November, 1783. 

Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 

Russell, William, I7S7. 

Lieut.-Colonel of Virginia 
Troops during French and In- 
dian War ; Justice and High 
Sheriff, 1750. 

Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 

RuTSEN, Jacob, c. 1650-c. 1730. 
Major of Ulster County, N. Y. 
Militia, 1696 ; Lieut.-Colonel 
of Ulster and Dutchess Coun- 
ties Regiment, 1700; Colonel 
of same, 1709; Colonel of 
Ulster County Regiment, 1715- 
30; Judge of Common Pleas 
for Ulster County, 1699- 1730. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



RuTSEN, Jacob, Jr., c. 1716-c. 1750. 
Captain of a Troop of Horse, 

Ulster County, N. Y. Militia, 

1740-50. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

RuTSEN, John, c. 1685-1727. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse, 

Ulster County, N. Y. Militia, 

1712-27. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

RuTTER, Thomas. 
Member Pennsylvania Assembly 
for Philadelphia County, 1713- 
14- 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

RuTTER, Thomas, Jr. 

Member Pennsylvania Assembly 

for Philadelphia County, 

Penna., 1728-29. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 
Miss Rebecca Penniman. 
Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

St. Leger, Sir Warham. 
Incorporator named in Royal 

Charter of Virginia, 12 March, 

1612, 
Mrs. Carlos G. dc Garmendia. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 

Salter, John, 1715. 

Justice, Kent County, 1703. 1705 ; 
Justice of Quorum, Queen 
Annes County, 1709; Burgess, 
Kent County, 1701-02; For 
Queen Annes County, 1708-11. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Samborne, John, 1620-1692. 

Ensign in the Hampton Com- 
pany ; Promoted to Lieutenant, 
15 October, 1679. 
Mrs. Francis Griswold. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Samborne, Jonathan, 1672-1741. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse, 
in active service against In- 
dians, 1724-26. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 



Samborne, Peter, 1713-1810. 

Member of New Hampshire 

Provincial Congress, 1775. 
Mrs. IV. T. Hamilton. 

Samborne, Tristram, 1691-1771. 
Representative for Kingston, N. 

H., 1734, 1736-37- 
Mrs. Francis Griswold. 
Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 

Sampson, Henry, 1685. 

One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Colony ; Came in 
the Mayflower. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Sandelands, James. 
See Sanderlain, James. 

Sanderlain, James, 1692. 

Justice, Chester County, Penna., 
1681 ; Member of Assembly for 
Chester, 1688-89. 
Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 
Mrs. James IV. Ponder. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. Winfield J. Taylor. 
Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Horatio L. IVhitridge. 

Sanford, John. 

One of the first Magistrates of 

the Province of Rhode Island, 

1665. . 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 

Sanford, Peleg, 1639-1701. 
Governor of Rhode Island, 1680- 
83 ; Assistant, 1667-70, 1677- 
79; Deputy for Newport to 
General Assembly, 1670, 1677 ; 
Agent to England, 1677, 1683 ; 
General Treasurer for the 
Colony, 1678-81 ; Captain of 
a Troop of Horse, 1667; 
Served in King Philip's War, 
1676; Major, 1679; Lieut- 
Colonel, 1687. 
Mrs. Nicholas G. Penniman. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



217 



Saughier, George, 
Member of Maryland Assembly, 

1647-48. 
Mrs. Oliver IV. Catchings. 
Mrs. William S. Conant. 
Mrs. William W. Mclntire. 

Saunders, James, 1707. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1692, 1696; Burgess, 1692- 
1701 ; One of the Commission- 
ers to lay out Annapolis, 1694- 
96; Member of Council of 
Maryland, 1701-07. 

Mrs. Charles H. Black, 

Mrs. Joseph P. Comegys. 

Mrs. Archibald R. Dennis. 

Mrs. John J. Jackson. 

Mrs. Samuel Keyser. 

Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Mrs. Cumberland H. Rumbold. 

Savage, Anthony. 
Justice, Gloucester County, Va., 

1660; Burgess, Rappahannock 

County, 1680. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Savage, John, 1624-1678. 
Burgess for Northampton Coun- 
ty, Va., 1666; Justice. 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Savage, Thomas, 1594-1626/7. 
Colonist in Virginia, 1607/8 ; In- 
terpreter ; Ensign, 1623. 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Savage, Thomas, 1669-1726. 
Captain of a Hundred, North- 
ampton County, Virginia ; 
Justice. 
Mrs. George Hamilton Cook. 

Scarborough, Charles, 1642-1703. 

Burgess, 1688 ; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1691-1703 ; In 1692 he was 
Councillor, Collector of the 
Eastern Shore, Naval Officer, 
Commander in Chief of Acco- 
mac, and Presiding Justice. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Mrs. Edward Ship pen. 



Scarburgh, Edmund, 1634. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1629-32 ; Justice, 
Northampton County, 1632- 
33 ; Styled Captain. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 

Mrs. G. Archibald Coulter. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Pier son Haviland. 

Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

Miss Marian Gilnior Howard. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munoz. 

Mrs. George H. Payne. 

Miss Katharine E. Payne. 

Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

Scarburgh, Edmund, 1671. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1642-71 ; Speaker, 1645 ; 
In command of the expedition 
against the Assateague In- 
dians, 1659; Surveyor-General 
of Virginia, 1655; Styled 
" Colonel." 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. James H. Cator. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 

Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munos. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. L. McLane Tiffany. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 



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ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 
Mrs. James S. IVhiteley. 
Mrs. IVilliam H. Whitridge. 
Mrs. James W. Wilson. 



ScHENCK, Henry, 1743-1799. 

Member of New York Provin- 
cial Congress, 1775, 1776, 1777 ; 
Major of Minute Men, Dutch- 
ess County, 1775, 1776, 1777. 

Miss Mary S. Schenck. 

SCHERMERHORN, JaCOB J A N S E , 

1 622- 1 688. 

Commissary of Fort Orange and 
Beverwyck, 1652, 1654, 1656, 
1657, 1664, 1674-75 ; Commis- 
sary to General Privileged 
West India Company ; Magis- 
trate of Fort Orange, 1656, 
1657, 1664, 1674. 

Mrs. IVilliam R. Hubner. 

Schley, George Jacob, c. 1737- 
1811. 

Associator for Frederick Coun- 
ty, September 12, 1775 ; Lieu- 
tenant in Haar's Company in 
the Flying Camp. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Schley, John Thomas, 1712-1790. 

Member of Committees of Cor- 
respondence and Observation, 
Frederick County, 1774-75. 

Mrs. Richard M. Dtivall. 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 

Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 

Mrs. Henry Lewis Prichard. 

Miss E. A.T. M. Schley. 

Mrs. Henry Streit Walker. 

Schuyler, David Pieterse, 

i6go. 
Acting Indian Commissioner as 
under Dutch rule ; Magistrate 
of Albany, 1673 : Justice of 
the Peace for Albany, 1683 ; 
Alderman, 1686-89; Member 
of a Convention that assumed 
the Government of Albany and 
protested against the claims of 
Leisler, 1689-go. 
Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 



Schuyler, Pieter Philipse, 1657- 
1724. 

Commissioned March, 1685, 
Lieutenant of Horse at Al- 
bany ; First Mayor of Albany, 
1686-94; Chairman Board of 
Indian Commissioners, 1686- 
1694; Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs, 1695-1724; Member of 
Governor's Council, Province 
of New York, 1692-1721 ; Pres- 
ident of Council and Acting 
Governor, 21 July, 1719, to 5 
September, 1720; Major of 
New York Forces, 1691 ; 
Colonel, 1697. 

Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 

Mrs. JValdo Newcomer. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Mrs. Robert Swartout. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Schuyler, Philip Pieterse, c. 
1628-1673. 

Vice Director of New Nether- 
land at Fort Orange, 1655 ; 
Acting Indian Commissioner, 
1655-58, 1659, 1662, 1666-79; 
Captain of Albany Troops, 
Troops, 1667 ; Captain of a 
Company at Schenectady, 1669. 

Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Giistav W. Liirman. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Mrs. Robert Swartout. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Szveet. 

Scott, Daniel, 1723/4. 

Signed the Address to the King, 
1696, as one of the Military 
Officers (Ensign) of Balti- 
more County. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Scott, Daniel. 
Burgess, Baltimore County, 

1725-28, 1741. 
Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 
Miss Elizabeth Boone. 
Mrs. Spaulding Lowe Jenkins. 
Mrs. Alfred Klots. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



219 



Sew ALL, Henry, 1665. 

Member of Council, Secretary of 
State, and Judge of the Pro- 
bate of Wills, 1661-65. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Abell. 
Mrs. John IV. Baughman. 
Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Dr. Mary N . Browne. 
Mrs. Charles H. Conley. 
Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 
Mrs. H. B. Denman. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Miss Jane D. Forbes. 
Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 
Mrs. Carlos G. de Garmendia. 
Mrs. Monte Griffith. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Richard Smith Hill. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 
Mrs. Gustav IV. Liirman. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McConias. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 
Mrs. Maynard McPherson. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William S. Myer. 
Mrs. James P. Parker. 
Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Miss Mary Dcnnison Philpot. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 
Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 
Miss Henrietta Stcicart. 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Steuart. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Siveet. 
Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 
Mrs. Charles P. Williams. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. Homer C, Wise. 

Sew ALL, Nicholas, 1655-1737. 

Member of Council, Deputy- 
Governor, and Secretary of 
State, 1682-89. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. Benjamin W. Corkran. 



Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Miss Jane D. Forbes. 
Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Margaret D. Leakin. 
Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Mrs. Maynard McPherson. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 
Mrs. James P. Parker. 
Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Pennington. 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Albert Willis Sioussat. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Gustave Touchard. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 

Seymour, Florentius, 1681. 

Governor-General of Bermuda, 

1663-68, 1681. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Richard S. Hill. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 



Shelby, Isaac, 1750-1826. 

Lieutenant in Captain Evan 
Shelby's Company at Battle of 
the Kanawha, October, 1774; 
First Governor of Kentucky. 
Mrs. Arthur Sinclair. 



Sheppeard, Hercules, 1705. 

Justice of the Peace and of the 
Courts, Sussex County, Del., 
1683-85; Member of Pennsyl- 
vania Assembly for Sussex 
County, 1683-84. 

Mrs. Charles Beasten. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Mrs. George A. Von Lingen. 

Sheppeard, John, 1707. 

Burgess for Charles City Coun- 
ty, Va., 1654. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Pier son Haviland. 



220 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Sherburne, Henry, 1612-1680. 

One of the Historic Founders of 
New Hampshire; Deputy for 
Portsmouth to the General 
Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
1660; Associate, 1652, 1656-57. 

Mrs. Morris L. Croxall. 

Mrs. W. T. Hamilton. 



Sherburne, Samuel, 1638-1691. 
Hampton, N. H. 
Captain of Militia, 1689; Killed 
by Indians in King William's 
War. 
Mrs. IV. T. Hamilton. 



Shippen, Edward, 1639-1712. 

Member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company 
of Boston, 1669; Speaker of 
Pennsylvania Assembly, 1695 ; 
Member of Council, 1696- 
1712; Judge of the Supreme 
Court and Presiding Judge of 
the Court of Common Pleas, 
1697; First Mayor of Phila- 
delphia, 1701 ; Acting Deputy- 
Governor, 1703 ; President of 
the Provincial Council, 1702- 
04. 

Mrs. Gustav W. LUrman. 

Miss Evelyn Byrd McCandlish. 

Mrs. Francis Key Murray. 



Shoemaker, Thomas. 
Lieutenant, New York Provin- 
cial Forces, 1733. 
Mrs. John G. Christopher. 

Shritor. David, 1735- 1826. 

Member of Committee of Ob- 
servation, 1774-75 ; Member of 
Maryland Convention, 1776 ; 
For many years Member of 
the House of Delegates, and 
of the State Senate. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 

Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 

Miss E. A.T. M. Schley. 

Mrs. John Almy Tompkins. 



Shubrick, Thomas, 1779. 

Member of the Legislative 
Council of South Carolina; 
Speaker of Assembly, 1776. 
Mrs. James W. Ponder. 
Mrs. WinHeld J. Taylor. 

Shubrick, Thomas, 1755-1809. 

Commissioned Captain 5th 
South Carolina Regiment, 15 
January, 1778 ; Received 
thanks of Congress and a 
medal for Gallantry at Eutaw 
Springs. 

Mrs. Winficld J. Taylor. 

Sim, Joseph, 1793. 

Member of Maryland Conven- 
tion, 1775 ; Member of Privy 
Council of Maryland, 1777; 
Colonel of Prince Georges 
County Militia, 1776. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 

Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 

Simonds, Jonas, 1745-1808. 

Commissioned 2d Lieutenant, 
Pennsylvania Artillery, i May, 
1775 ; 1st Lieutenant, 10 Janu- 
ary, 1776; Captain-Lieutenant, 
I January, 1777 ; Captain, 13 
September, 1778. 
Mrs. Kennedy Cromwell. 

Sinclair, Robert, 1704. 

Judge of the Court of Admiral- 
ty, 1690, Province of New 
York. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

Skinner, Andrew. 

Clerk of Assembly, 1657; Clerk 
of Anne Arundel County, 
1661 ; Commissioned Ensign, 
9 December, 1661. 

Mrs. Wilson P. Hey ward. 

Slye, Gerard, 1662- 1733. 
Commander of Fort Susquehan- 

nock; High Sheriff of St. 

Marys County, 1678. 
Mrs. Robert Hinckley. 
Mrs. Edmund Plowden Jenkins. 
Mrs. Michael Jenkins. 
Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



221 



Slye, Robert, 1615-1670. 

One of the Commissioners of 
the Province and Member of 
Council of State in Maryland, 
1655 ; Btirgess from St. Marys 
County, 1658; Captain of Mi- 
litia. 

Mrs. Robert Hinckley. 

Mrs. Edmund Plowden Jenkins. 

Mrs. Michael Jenkins. 

Mrs. Columbus O'Donnell. 

Smith, Benjamin, 1631-1713. 
Deputy, 1680-85 ; Assistant, 1686- 
1704 ; Colony of Rhode Island. 
Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 
Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Smith, Chileab, 1635-1731. 
Ensign, Hampshire County, 

Mass., Troop. 
Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Smith, Dr. Clement, 1792. 

Deputy Commissary, Calvert 
County, 1752-77; High Sher- 
iff, 1772-75- 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 

Miss Florence Phenix. 

Miss Clementine Smith. 

Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 

Smith, Daniel, 1665-1742. 
Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1716. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Smith, Daniel, Jr. 
Surveyor-General of West Jer- 
sey, 1768. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Smith, Edward, 1675. 

Assistant at various times be- 
tween 1654 and 1666; Deputy, 
1665-69; Commissioner, 1655- 
59; Colony of Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 



Smith, Isaac, 1734-1813. 

Member of Committee of Safety, 
Accomac County, Va., 1774; 
Delegate to Virginia Conven- 
tions, 1774, 1775, 1776; Bur- 
gess for Accomac County, 
1775. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 

Smith, James, 1683-1760. 

Justice, Kent County, 1697 ; Bur- 
gess, 1719-21 ; Clerk of Kent 
County, 1708-60. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Edward Ship pen. 

Smith, John, 1698. 

Speaker House of Burgesses of 

Virginia, 1657; Lieut.-Colonel 

prior to 1674. 
Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Smith, John, 1676-1737. 

Justice of the Provincial Court, 
^729-37, and of the Quorum 
(Calvert County), from 173a 

Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 

Smith, John (of Baltimore Md.), 
1722-1794. 

Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1754-59; Removed to 
Baltimore, Md., 1759; Justice, 
1774 ; Member Committee of 
Observation, 1775 ; On com- 
mittee to superintend trade 
and import arms, 1775 ; 
Elected to Maryland Consti- 
tutional Convention, 1776; 
State Senator, 1781-91, 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Gary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Mrs. Frederick A. von Kapff. 

Mrs. James W. Wilson. 

Smith, John (of Pennsylvania). 
Member of Council of New Jer- 
sey, 1703-04. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 



222 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Smith, Luke, 1666- 1748. 
Captain, Hampshire County, 

Mass., Troop. 
Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Smith, Richard, c. 1690. 

Attorney-General of Maryland, 
1657-60; Burgess for Calvert 
County, 1661-67. 
Miss Adclc M. Batre. 
Mrs. Alfred Batre. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 
Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 
Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 
Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 
Mrs. George R. Dennis. 
Miss Jane D. Forbes. 
Miss Leila Gittings. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 
Mrs. Samuel Humes Kerfoot. 
Mrs. J. Southgate Letnmon. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Mrs. Eugene Martin. 
Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Miss Florence Phenix. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. James S. Rogers, Jr. 
Miss Clementine Smith. 
Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Elizabeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Walter Walker. 
Miss Elizabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 
Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 



Smith, Richard, Jr., 1714, 

Captain, Calvert County Militia, 
1689 ; Surveyor-General, 1693. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Mrs. Eugene Martin. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



Smith, Robert, 1698-1791. 
Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas, Burlington, N. J., 1775. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Smith, Samuel, 1693-1784. 

High Sheriff, Lancaster Coun- 
ty, Penna., 1735-37; Member 
Provincial Assembly, 1737-38; 
Justice, 1741, 1749-50, and, in 
1751, Presiding Justice of the 
Orphans Court. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Gary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Smith, Samuel, 1602-1680. 

An " antient Serjeant" at 
Wethersfield, Conn., and Dep- 
uty there, 1640-61 ; Lieutenant 
of Hadley Troop, 1663-78, and 
Deputy to the General Court, 
Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 
1661-73; Commissioner to ne- 
gotiate with the Mohawks, 
1667. 

Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Smith, Simon, 1712. 

Deputy, 1705; Captain, 1704; 
Attorney-General, 1706-09; 
Speaker of the House of Dep- 
uties, 1711. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Smith, Walter, 1711. 

Captain of Foot, Calvert County 
Militia, 1689; Major, 1695; 
Justice, 1694. and of the Quo- 
rum, 1696; Burgess, 1696-1704, 
1708-11; Chief Judge, Calvert 
County Court, 1699; Styled 
" Colonel," 1700. 

Miss Adele M. Batre. 

Mrs. Alfred Batre. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Beckwith. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Jane D. Forbes. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



223 



Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 
Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Alice G. Kerfoot. 
Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McComas. 
Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Mrs. E. H. Mars teller. 
Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 
Miss Florence Phenix. 
Miss Mary Dennison Philpot. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Miss Clementine Smith. 
Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Eli::abeth Y. Thompson. 
Mrs. Walter Walker. 
Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Smith, Walter, Jr., c. 1692-1734. 

Deputy Commissary, Calvert 
County, 1722-30 ; Burgess, 
1719-22; High Sheriff, 1725; 
Justice, 1726, and of the Quo- 
rum, 1727-34- 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Miss Jane D. Forbes. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Miss Mary S. W. Pearre. 

Miss Florence Phenix. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Miss Clementine Smith. 

Miss Sallie Cox Smith. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Elisabeth Y. Thompson. 

Miss Elisabeth C. Williams. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Smith, Walter, 1693-1748. 
Justice of the Quorum, Calvert 
County, 1726; Burgess, Cal- 
vert County, 17 19. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Smith, Walter, 1747-1804. 

Justice of Calvert County, 1773- 
89; Member Committee of 
Observation, Calvert County, 
September 12, 177S ; Captain, 
Calvert County Militia, 1778. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



Smith, William, 1697-1769. 

Judge of the Supreme Court of 
the Province of New York, 
1763 ; Recorder of New York 
City, 1736; Attorney-General, 
175 1 ; Member of the Govern- 
or's Council, 1753-67; Com- 
missioner of Boundaries, 
1754; Member of the Colonial 
Conference held in Albany, 
1754. 

Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 

Smith, William, 1693- 1750. 

Justice of the Quorum, Prince 

Georges County, 1743-47. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Smith, William, 1728-1814. 

Sheriff of Lancaster County, 
Penna.. 1756, 1760; Removed 
to Baltimore, Md., 1760; Mem- 
ber Committee of Correspond- 
ence, 1774 ; Committee of Ob- 
servation, 1775 ; Member of 
Congress, 1777, 1789, 1791 ; 
• Auditor of the Treasury of 
the United States. 1791 ; Presi- 
dential Elector, 1792. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. C. Iredell Iglehart. 

Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 

Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Mrs. James W. Wilson. 
• 

Snowden, Richard, 171 1. 

Captain, Anne Arundel County 

Militia, 1696-1703. 
Miss Ida Hill Bowie. 
Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 
Miss Ethel Hough. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Thos. H. Taliaferro. 

Snowden, Richard, Jr., 1665-1717. 
Captain, Anne Arundel County 

Militia, 1695-97. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Mrs. Frederick W. McReynolds. 



224 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Snowden, Thomas, 1751-1803. 

Member of Committee of Ob- 
servation, 1774; Commis- 
sioned Major, Prince Georges 
County Militia, 18 March, 1776. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. James J. Mills. 

SoANE, Henry, 1662. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1652-62, and 
Speaker of the House, 1661-62. 

Miss Esther S. Buchanan. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Somervell, Alexander, 1734-1783. 
High Sheriff, Calvert County, 

1769-72, 1774; Justice, 1773; 

Member of Assembly, 1774; 

Colonel of Calvert County 

Militia. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 

Somervell. Dr. James, 1693-1751. 
Justice, Calvert County, 174J-44, 
1747-51; High Sheriff, 1744- 
47. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 
Mrs. George D. Penniman. 

Somervell, James, 1731-1773. 
Justice, Calvert County, 1763-73. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

SoULE, George, 1680. 

Deputy to General Court from 

Duxbury, 1642, 1645, 1646, 

1650, 1651, 1654. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

SOUTHWORTH, CONSTANT, 1615- 

1679. 

Deputy to General Court, 1647- 
59 ; Treasurer of Duxbury, 
Mass., 1659-78 ; Commissary 
General, 1675. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Spencer, Isaac, 1734/5-1785. 
Justice, Kent County, 1762-64, 
1774; Member Committee of 



Correspondence, Kent Coun- 
ty, 1774- 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Spencer, Jared (Haddam, Conn.) 
Commissioned Ensign, 1656; 

Served in King Philip's War ; 

Representative, 1674, 1678-80, 

1683, 1695. 
Mrs. J. S. B. Hodges. 

Spencer, Jervis, 1760. 

Justice of Kent County, 1735- 

52, and of the Quorum, 1739- 

52. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 
Mrs. Joseph P. McComas. 
Mrs. Anthony Murray. 

Spotswood, Alexander, 1676-1740. 

Governor of Virginia, 1710-22 ; 
Appointed, 1740, Major-Gen- 
eral to command the forces 
raised in America to cooperate 
with Armiral Vernon in the 
West Indies, but died before 
taking command. 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Sprague, Francis, 1666. 

Original Purchaser of Dart- 
mouth, 1652 ; Proprietor of 
Bridgewater, 1645. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Sprigg, Edward, 1695-175 i. 

Burgess for Prince Georges 
County, 1728-51 ; Justice Coun- 
ty Court, 1726; Chief Judge, 
1746. 

Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Sprigg, Joseph, 1736-1804. 

Justice of Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1766-74, and of the Quo- 
rum, 1773-74; Member Com- 
mittee of Correspondence for 
Frederick County, 1774 ; 
Judge of Orphans Court, 
Washington County, 1777-79; 
Justice Washington County, 
1778, 1782. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



225 



Sprigg, Osborn, 1750. 

Burgess for Prince Georges 
County, 1739-44 ; High Sheriff, 
1747-50. _ 
Mrs. William Donnell. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Sprigg, Thomas, 1630-1704. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1658, 
1661, 1667, 1669-70; Presiding 
Justice, 1661 ; High Sheriff, 
1664-65. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Mrs. H. B. Bradenbaugh. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Robert R. Henderson. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Miss Rebecca D. Penniman. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Sprigg, Thomas, 1668-1737. 

Member Lower House for 
Prince Georges County, 1713- 
15; Major, 1713; Lieut.-Colo- 
nel, 1714; Colonel, 1715-16. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. T. Granville Berry. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Sprigg, Thomas, 1714-1781. 
Justice of the Peace for Anne 

Arundel County, 1749. 
Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 



Spring, John, 1630-1717. 
Lieutenant of Militia; Member 
General Court of Massachu- 
setts. 
Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 

Staats, Abraham, M. D., 

1694. 

Captain, 1669, and Major of Foot 
at Albany; Surgeon at Rens- 
selaerwyck; Member of the 
Council at Beverwyck, and its 
President in 1644. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Morris. 
16 



Stacy, Mahlon, 1704. 

Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1681-82, 1688, 1697, 1701; 
Member of Council, 1703. 

Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Standish, Miles, 1584-1656. 

February 27. 1621, he received 
the first Military commission 
given in this country; Cap- 
tain and commander of the 
Military Forces of Plymouth 
Colony, 1620-56 ; Magistrate 
and Assistant, 1627-56, of the 
town of Duxbury, Mass., 
which he founded in 1627. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. John Ridgely. 

Mrs. John J . Thomsen. 

Stanley, John, 1624-1706. 

Sergeant, 1669; Ensign, 1674; 
Lieutenant, 1675 ; Captain, 
1676, Hartford County Militia ; 
Served in King Philip's War 
" up the river," Colony of 
Connecticut. 

Mrs. Henry P. Goddard. 

Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Stansbury, Tobias, 1758. _ 

Captain of Troops sent against 
Indians, 1735, 1750; Colonel, 

1755. 
Miss Christiana Bond. 
Miss Isabel M. Bond. 
Mrs. William H. Hayward. 

Stanton, Thomas, 1615-1677. 

Interpreter General for New 
England Colonies ; Deputy 
for Stonington to Connecticut 
General Assembly, 165 1, 1666- 
74 ; Magistrate ; Indian Com- 
missioner. 

Mrs. Lewis Mayer Hamilton. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Starr, Jonathan, 1673-1747. 

Deputy to General Court for 
Groton, Conn., 1712-14; Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 
1712-13 ; Lieutenant in Groton 
Company, May, 1716. 

Mrs. William S. Powell. 



226 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Starr, Samuel, c. 1640-1687/8. 
High Sheriff, New London, 

Conn., 1674- 1687/8. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 

Stebbins, Edward, 1663. 

Deputy to Connecticut General 
Assembly for Hartford, 1639- 
41, 1648-56. 
Mrs. John M. Steele. 

Steele, Henry, 1782. 

Justice of the Peace, Dorches- 
ter County, 1757; Burgess, 
1763. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 

Steele, John, 1655. 

Secretary of Connecticut, 1636- 
39; One of the Commissioners 
appointed by the General 
Court of Massachusetts Bay 
to govern Connecticut, 1635 ; 
Deputy for Hartford to Con- 
necticut General Assembly, 
1636-58. 

Mrs. John J. Abel. 

Steele, William, 1707-1780. 

Captain of one of the Asso- 
ciated Companies of Lancas- 
ter County, Penna., in 1756. 

Mrs. Ernest R. Krause. 

Mrs. Abraham Gilbert Mills. 

Stegge, Thomas, 1651. 

Speaker of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1642 ; Parlia- 
mentary Commissioner for the 
reduction of Virginia, 1651. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 

Stephan, Adam, — 1791. 
Major, Indian War, 1754; Colo- 
nel, 1765; Brig.-General, 1776. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Sterett, James, 1796. 

Member of Committee of Ob- 
servation, Baltimore Town, 
1775- 
Miss Leila Gittings. 



Steuart, George, M. D., 1780. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1746-49; Captain of Militia, 
1742-61 ; Commissioner of the 
Land Office, 1753-57; Burgess 
for Annapolis, 1757-64; Jus- 
tice, Provincial Court, 1749- 
66; Mayor of Annapolis, 1759- 
60, 1763-64; Member of Coun- 
cil, 1769-74. 

Mrs. John B. Montell. 

Miss Henrietta Steuart. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Steuart. 

Mrs. Homer C. Wise. 

Stevens, Edward. 
Captain in New Hampshire 

Colonial Militia. 
Mrs. Morris L. Croxall. 

Stevens, John, 1692. 

Burgess for Dorchester County, 

1678, 1681-82. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

Stevens, William. 
Justice, Dorchester County, 1669. 
Miss Elizabeth P. Cator. 

Stevens, William, 1687. 

Burgess, Somerset County, 1658, 

1669; Member of Council. 
Miss Sue Howard Zunts. 

Stevenson, George. 
Justice, Cumberland County, 

Penna., 1749-50; Justice of the 

General Court, 1777. 
Mrs. Henry F. Leii. Lyster. 
Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Stewart, David, 1616-1696. 
Lieut.-General of the Province 
of Maryland ; Lieutenant of 
Provincial Troops, 1661. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 
Mrs. Michael B. Wild. 

Stickney, William, 1592-1665. 
A founder of Rowley, Mass., 

1639; Lieutenant, 1661. 
Miss Elizabeth Ward Hall. 
Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



227 



Stith, Buckner. 
Justice of Brunswick County, 
Va., 1784; Major of Militia, 
1789; Lieut.-Colonel, 1794. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Stith, Drury, II, c. 1695-1740. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 
Va., 1726; Captain and Lieut.- 
Colonel before 1735 ; Clerk of 
Brunswick Co., 1732. 

Mrs. Robert G, Henry. 

Stith, Drury, III, 1770. 

Burgess for Brunswick County, 
Va., 1748, 1754; High Sheriff, 
1757; Justice, 1747, 1756, 
1765; Major of Horse, 1746; 
Colonel of Foot, 1756; Colonel 
of County Militia, 1759. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 

Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

Stith, Griffin, 1720-1784. 
Clerk of Northampton County, 
Va., Court, 1743-83; Member 
of Committee of Observation, 

?774. 

Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 
Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

Stith, John. 
Major of Militia and Justice of 

Henrico County, Va., 1680; 

High Sheriff, Charles City 

County, 1691 ; Burgess, 1685, 

1692-93. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 
Mrs. Henry S. Robbins. 

Stockett, Thomas, 1625-1671. 

Justice, Baltimore County, 1661 ; 
Burgess for Baltimore Coun- 
ty, 1661-64; High Sheriff of 
Anne Arundel County, 1666- 
70; Captain of Militia, 1661- 
71 ; Commissioned, 24 Decem- 
ber^^ 1670, Deputy Surveyor- 
General of Maryland. 

Mrs. Henry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. H. B. Bradenbaugh. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 



StockleYj Alexander, 1787. 

Member of the Committee of 
Safety, Accomac County, Va., 
1774- 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Stockton, John, 1701-1757. 
Presiding Judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas, New Jersey. 
Mrs. John W. Williams. 

Stockton, Richard, 1606-1707. 

First Lieutenant, 1665, Flushing, 
L. I., Troop of Horse, and of 
the Foot Company, 1667. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Charles Mayer Franklin. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

Stone, John, • 1698. 

Justice, Charles County, 1670- 
87 ; High Sheriff of the Coun- 
ty, 1694; Justice of the Pro- 
vincial Court of Maryland, 
1695-96. 

Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 

Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Stone, Thomas, 1677-1727. 
Burgess for Charles County, 

1715; Justice, 1717-27. 
Mrs. Ballinger Mills. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Stone, William, 1604-1660. 
Governor of Maryland, 1648-55. 
Mrs. C. D. Armstrong. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Stoope, John. 
Justice for Cecil County, 1702. 
Miss Elizabeth K. Clark. 
Mrs. John H. Knight. 

Story, Walter, 1666-1726. 

Justice and County Commis- 
sioner, Charles County, 1717- 
26; Burgess, Charles County, 
1708-14. 

Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 

Strother, William Dabney. 
Captain in 2d Georgia Regi- 
ment; On roll for August, 
1778. 
Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 



228 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Sumner, William, 1636-1688. 

Deputy from Dorchester to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
1640, 1658, 1666-70, 1672, 
1678-81, 1683-86. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

SWEARINGEN, ThOMAS, C. 1717" 

1760. 

Captain of detachment of Vir- 
ginia Troops in active service 
prior to 1756; Burgess, Fred- 
erick County, Va., 1756-58. 

Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 

Swift, John, Bucks County and 
Philadelphia, Penna. 

Justice of the Peace, 1685, 1715. 
1717-19, 1722, 1725-27; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1689, 1692- 
93, 1695, 1699-1701, 1704-07, 
1712-16, 1718, 1721-28. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Swift, John, II, 1720-1802. 

Member of of the Common 
Council of Philadelphia, 1757" 
76; Collector of the Port, 
1762-72; Justice of the Peace 
and of the Courts, Bucks 
County, Penna., 1774- 1802. 

Mrs. Eugene Poultney. 

Sylvester, Joseph, 1638-1690. 

Captain, under Colonel Church, 
in the Maine Expedition, 1689 ; 
Died, 1690, in Sir William 
Phipps' Quebec Expedition. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

Symonds, Samuel, 1595-1678. 

Deputy from Ipswich to Massa 
chusetts General Court, 1638- 
43; Assistant, 1643-73; Dep- 
uty-Governor, 1673-78. 

Mrs. John J. Abel.^ 

Mrs. William Edwin Morton. 

Tabb, Humphrey. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses from Elizabeth City 
County, 1632. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Little John. 



Tabb, Thomas, 1769. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses for Amelia 
County, 1748-69. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Talcott, John, 1600- 1660. 

Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1634-36 ; 
Treasurer of Connecticut, 
1654-60; Deputy for Hartford 
to the Connecticut General 
Assembly, 1637-53 5 Assistant 
of Connecticut, 1654-60; Com- 
missioner of the United Colo- 
nies for Connecticut, 1656-58. 

Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 

Taliaferro, John, 1720. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses ; Lieutenant, 
commanding Rangers, 1692 ; 
Sheriff of Essex County, 1699. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin. 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 

Taney, Michael, 1692. 

High Sherifif of Calvert County, 

Md., 1685-89. 
Miss Virginia B. Bowie. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 

Tasker, Benjamin, 1690-1768. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1714-17; High Sheriff, 1717- 
18; Member of Council, 1736- 
68 ; Acting Governor, 1752-53 ; 
Justice of Provincial Court, 
1729-32; Mayor of Annapolis, 
1721, 1726, 1750, 1754, 1756; 
Commissioner to Pennsyl- 
vania, 1752; Delegate to Colo- 
nial Congress at Albany, 1754. 

Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 

Miss Lizinka C. Brown. 

Mrs. F. H. Davis. 

Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 

Mrs. Arthur B, Keating. 

Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon. 

Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 

Miss Elizabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



229 



Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Tasker, Thomas, 1700. 

Justice Calvert County, 1685, 
1689-92 ; Burgess, 1692-97 ; 
Member of Council, ,1698- 
1700 ; Justice, Provincial 
Court, 1694; Captain of Foot, 
1689; Treasurer of Maryland, 

1695- 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 
Mrs. F. H. Davis. 
Mrs. Arthur Hepburn. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
. Mrs. J. Southgate Lemmon, 
Mrs. Ernest St. G. Lough. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William E. Morton. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. John E. Semmes. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Richard C. Williams. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Tayloe, John, 1687-1747. 

Sheriff, Richmond County, Va., 

1713 ; Member of Council, 

1732. 
Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Tayloe, John, II, 1779. 

Member Council of Virginia, 
1772 ; Councillor of State, 1776. 
Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 



Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 
Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 
Mrs. John Read Magruder. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. William T. Owen. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Pennington. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Charles S. Shawhan. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 
Miss Mary Sullivan. 
Miss Nannie L. Sullivan. 
Miss Elisabeth Tilton. 
Mrs. David C. Trimble. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 



Tayloe, William, 17 10. 

Justice, Rappahannock County, 
Va., 1686; High Sheriff, 1688- 
89, 1705-07; County Lieuten- 
ant of Richmond County, 
1705; Burgess, 1705-10. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Charles Howard. 

Miss Elisabeth L. Lowndes. 

Mrs. Lloyd Lowndes. 

Mrs. John Read Magruder. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Felix R. Sullivan. 

Miss Elisabeth Tilton. 

Mrs. David C. Trimble. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 



Taylor, Ignatius, 1742-1807. 

Justice for St. Marys County, 
'i^772-7A, 1778-82; Captain of 
St. Marys County Militia, 
1776; Judge of Orphans Court, 
St. Marys County, 1781 ; Judge 
of Orphans Court, Washing- 
ton County, 1806-07; Delegate 
to Legislature, Washington 
County, 1788. 

Mrs. William Donnell. 



Taylor, James, 1674-1729. 

Burgess, King and Queen Coun- 
ty, Va., 1702. 
Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



230 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Taylor, John. 

Member of Penn's Council, 
1730; Sheriflf for Chester 
County, Penna., 1722-28; Jus- 
tice of the Peace, 1741. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Taylor, Richard, 1744-1829. 

First Lieutenant, ist Virginia 
Regiment, 6 September, 1775 ; 
Captain, 5 March, 1776; Ma- 
jor, 13th Virginia, February, 
1778; Lieut.-Colonel, 2d Vir- 
ginia, 1779. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

Taylor, Thomas, 1657. 

Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1646. 
Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 
Mrs. Edward Duffy. 
Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 
Miss Cary Ann Nicholas. 
Miss Elisabeth Cary Nicholas. 
Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Teackle, John, 1693-1721. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1721. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 
Mrs. Alayi Cole. 
Mrs. Randolph Fishburne. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. James Fortescue Giffen. 
Miss Lilian Giffen. 
Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 
Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 
Mrs. James W. Wilson. 

Teackle, Thomas, 1736-1784. 
Member of the Committee of 

Safety, Accomac County, Va., 

1774. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

Th ACKER, Thomas, 1620- 1678. 
First Pastor of Old South 

Church, Boston, 16 February, 

1670. 
Mrs. William S. Powell. 



Thaxter, John, 1626-1686. 

Deputy from Hingham to Mas- 
sachusetts General Court, 1666, 
with title of Lieutenant; Cap- 
tain of Hingham Troop, June 
II, 1680. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. A. Nisbet Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Thomas, Christopher, 1670. 

Burgess for Kent County, 1638; 

Member of Assembly, 1637. 
Mrs. Graham Gordon. 
Mrs. Ernest H. Pringle. 

Thomas, Edward. 
Commissioned Lieut.-Colonel, 
Heard's Battalion of Minute 
Men, 12 February, 1776 ; Colo- 
nel, 1st Regiment, Essex Coun- 
ty (N. J.) Militia, 23 February, 
1776; Colonel Detached Mili- 
tia, 18 July, 1776; Detailed to 
join General Washington at 
Trenton, to form the Flying 
Camp, 16 July, 1776. 
Mrs. Robert C. Smith. 

Thomas, Evan, 1738- 1826. 

Member Committee of Obser- 
vation for Frederick County, 
1774-75. 

Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 

Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 

Mrs. John B. Roberts. 

Thomas, Philip, 1600-1675. 

Member of the High Commis- 
sion governing Maryland, 1656, 
and one of those who, in 1659, 
surrendered the Government 
to Lord Baltimore ; Lieutenant 
Provincial Forces of Mary- 
land before 1656. 

Miss Fanny G. Crenshaw. 

Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 

Mrs. Charles D. Fisher. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Miss Ethel Hough. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Mrs. James J. Mills. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Mrs. John B. Roberts. 

Mrs. Harrison Robertson. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



231 



Thomas, Tristram, 1701-1769. 
Justice, Talbot County, 1745-46, 

1751-54. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 
Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 

Thomas, William, 1767. 

Burgess for Talbot County, 
1738-48; Justice, 1737-48, 1751- 
67. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 



Thomas, William, 1714-1795, 
Burgess, St. Marys County, 1761, 
1769-71 ; Member of Commit- 
tee of Safety, 1775 ; Delegate 
to Assembly from St. Marys 
County, 1777, 1779, 1781 ; Ma- 
jor in the Provincial Militia. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 



Thompson, Augustine, 1691-1739. 

Justice of the Quorum, Queen 
Annes County, 1726-38/9, and 
first in the Commission, 1732- 
38; Burgess, Queen Annes 
County, 1728-31. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Thompson, Dowdall, 1720-1756. 
Justice, Queen Annes County, 

1754. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 



Thompson, Lawrence. 
Justice, Orange County, N. C, 
1752-56, 1757-66; Captain of 
Militia, June, 1753; Commis- 
sioner of Hillsborough, 1754; 
Sherifif of Orange County, 
1756-57. 
Mrs. Henry Dickinson. 

Thomson, Stevens, 1670-1714. 
Attorney-General of Virginia, 

1703-14. 
Mrs. William W. Grant. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Miss Elisabeth M. Rowland. 

Thomson, William, 1735-1785. 
Rector of St. Mary Ann's Par- 
ish, Cecil County, 1773-79. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Thornbufgh, Joseph, 1820. 

Wagonmaster-General ; Com- 
sioned Lieut.-Colonel, 18 June, 
1777. 
Mrs. James Birckhead, Jr. 

Thorndike, John, c. 1605-1668. 

One of the Twelve Associates of 
John Winthrop, Jr., in found- 
ing Ipswich, Mass., 1633 ; Del- 
egate to the Court at Boston, 
1633. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



Thompson, John, 1741-1803. 
Justice, Queen Annes County, 

1768-73, 1785. 
Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Thompson, John. 

Burgess, Cecil County, 1694- 
1701/2; Clerk, Cecil County, 
1681-92; Captain, 1694; Major, 
9 October, 1694 ; Colonel, 1698 ; 
Naval Officer, Cecil County, 22 
May, 1695 ; Commissioner to 
Indians at head of bay, 1697, 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Francis B. Blake. 

Miss Elizabeth K. Clark. 

Mrs. Joseph E. Davies. 

Mrs. John H. Knight. 



Thorndike, Paul, 1643-1697. 

Lieutenant of Beverly County, 
Mass., 1677 ; Representative, 
1681 ; Captain of Foot, 1689. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Thornton, Francis, 1682-1750. 
Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1723, 1726; Justice for 
Caroline County, Va. 

Mrs. Jay M. Whitham. 

Thornton, pRANas, c. 1715-1749. 

Colonel, Virginia Militia, 1742 ; 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1744-45 ; Justice for Spottsyl- 
vania County. 

Mrs. Jay M. Whitham. 



232 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Thorowgood, Adam, 1603-1640. 
Burgess for Elizabeth City 

County, Va., 1629-32; Member 

of Council, 1637-40. 
Mrs. G. A. Coulter. 
Mrs. Charles H. Craigin. 
Miss Eliza M. Custis. 
Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 
Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. William W. Grant. 
Mrs. Daniel A. Greenlees. 
Mrs. Monte Grijfith. 
Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 
Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 
Mrs. E. H. Marsteller. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 
Mrs. George H. Payne. 
Miss Katherine E. Payne. 
Mrs. James C. Pilling. 
Miss Eli::abeth M. Rowland. 
Miss Clement L. Shaver. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 
Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

Thruston, Charles Mynn, 1738- 

1785. 
Member of Virginia Convention, 

1775. 
Mrs. Laurence M. Miller. 

Thurston, Edward, 1617-1707. 

Commissioner for Providence to 
the General Court of Commis- 
sioners, 1663; Deputy for 
Newport to the General As- 
sembly of Rhode Island, 1667, 
1671-74; Deputy for Westerly, 
1680; For Newport, 1681-86; 
Assistant, 1675, 1686, 1690, 
1691. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

TiLDEN, Charles, 1699. 

Justice, Kent County, 1685-87, 

1694; High Sheriff, 1693. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 
Mrs. W. W. Pollard. 

TiLDEN, Joseph, Jr., c. 1630 . 

Ensign of Massachusetts Militia, 

1652. 
Mrs. Yates Stirling. 



TiLDEN, MaRMADUKE, 1768. 

Commissioner and Justice, Kent 

County, 1756-57. 
Mrs. W. W. Pollard. 

Tilghman, James, 1716-1793. 

Burgess for Talbot County, 
1762-63 ; Member Common 
Council of Philadelphia, 1764; 
Member of Council of Penn- 
sylvania, 1767-76 ; Secretary 
Pennsylvania Land Office, 
1769. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Tilghman, James, 1743-1809. 

Burgess, Queen Annes County, 
1762 ; Member of Maryland 
Convention, 1775-76; Member 
of the Council of Safety, 1776 ; 
Commissioned, 7 August, 1777, 
Attorney-General of Mary- 
land ; Member of Legislature, 
1788-89; Appointed. 1791, 
Chief Judge of District com- 
prising Cecil, Kent, Queen 
Annes and Talbot Counties; 
Judge, Court of Appeals, 
1804-09. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Tilghman, Matthew, 1718-1790. 

Justice, Talbot County, 1741-45 ; 
And Presiding Justice, 1769; 
Burgess for Talbot County, 
1751-58; For Queen Annes 
County, 1760-61 ; And for Tal- 
bot again, 1768-74; Chairman 
of Committee of Correspond- 
ence, December, 1774, and of 
Council of Safety, July, 1775 ; 
President of Maryland Con- 
ventions, 1774-76; Member of 
Congress, 1774-76 ; Senator 
for Talbot County, 1777-81. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 

Tilghman, Richard, M. D., 1626- 

1675/6. 
High Sheriff, Talbot County, 

1669-71, 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



^33 



Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 
Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Miss Elizabeth T. Hemsley, 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 
Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Mrs. Gustav W. LUrman. 
Mrs. Theodor G. LUrman. 
Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Owen Norris. 
Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 
Mrs. Percy Semple. 
Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 
Miss Mary Tilghman. 

TiLGHMAN, Richard, 1672-1738. 

Burgess, Talbot County, 1698- 
1702; Member of Council, 
1711-38; Chancellor, 1722. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. Charles Austin Coolidge. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Gustav W. LUrman. 

Mrs. Theodor G. LUrman. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. Owen Norris. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Mrs. Percy Semple. 

Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 

Miss Mary Tilghman. 

Tilghman, Richard, III, 1705- 
1766. 

Justice of the Provincial Court, 
1746-66; Justice of the Quo- 
rum from 1754; Colonel of 
Queen Annes County Militia. 

Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Gustav IV. LUrman. 



Tilghman, Colonel Tench, i744- 
1786, 

Captain, Maryland Flying Camp, 
1776 ; Aid to General Washing- 
ton, with rank of Lieut.-Colo- 
nel ; Served through the war ; 
Selected to convey to Congress 
the news of the surrender of 
Cornwallis, 1781. 

Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 

Mrs. James Bordley, Jr. 

Tilghman, William, 1711-1782. 

Justice, Queen Anne County, 
1734-36, 1737-39, 1743-45, 1747- 
51, 1754-60, and Presiding Jus- 
tice, 1755-60; Burgess, Queen 
Annes County, 1734-38. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Theodor G. LUrman. 

Mrs. Joseph T. Manning. 

Mrs. Owen Norris. 

Mrs. Sullivan Pitts. 

Miss Mary Tilghman. 

TiLLARD, Edward, c. 1750-c. 1782. 

Captain in Colonel John Weems' 
Battalion, London Town, Anne 
Arundel County, on roll, 9 
March, 1776, and 29 June, 
1776; Transferred to Captain- 
cy in Flying Camp, commis- 
sion dating 14 August, 1776; 
Major in 6th Regiment, Mary- 
land Line, 10 December, 1776; 
Lieut.-Colonel, 4th Maryland, 
22 May, 1779 ; Captured by 
enemy and exchanged, 25 Oc- 
tober, 1780; Retired, i Janu- 
ary, 1 78 1. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Timothy, Louis. 

One of the Founders of the 
Philadelphia Library, 1731, and 
and its Librarian, 1732-33. 

Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 

Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Todd, Lancelot, c. 1674-1735. 
Justice, Baltimore County, 1719- 

26 ; Styled " Captain," 1723 ; 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1727-32. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Mrs. James M. Goggin. 



234 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Mrs. William T. Manning. 
Miss Rebecca P enniman. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 
Miss Liszie Van Antwerp. 

Todd, Thomas. 
Justice and County Commis- 
sioner, Anne Arundel County, 
1658-61. 
Miss Ella Loraine Dorsey. 
Miss Rebecca P enniman. 
Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Todd, Thomas, 1622-1676. 
Burgess for Baltimore County, 

Md., 1674-75. 
Mrs. James Anthony. 
Miss Christiana Bond. 
Miss Isabel M. Bond. 
Mrs. Samuel B. Childs. 
Mrs. James M. Goggin. 
Mrs. William H. Hayward. 
Mrs. R. Curzon Hoffman. 
Mrs. Sterling W. Price. 
Mrs. John E. Semm.es. 
Mrs. Robert Alexander Waller. 

Todd, Thomas, 1739. 

Captain of Foot, Patapsco Low- 
er Hundred, 27 August, 1735 ; 
Justice, Baltimore County, 
1733-39, and of the Quorum, 
from 1735. 
Mrs. James Anthony. 

Tolley, Thomas, 1732. 

Burgess for Baltimore County, 

1721-31; Justice, 1726, 1730; 

Commissioner to lay out Jop- 

pa, 1724; Commissioner to lay 

out Baltimore, 1729. 
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Conrad. 
Mrs. Monte Gri-ffith. _ 
Miss Elizabeth W. Ligon. 
Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

ToLLEY, Walter, 1782. 

Burgess for Baltimore County, 
1754; Justice, 1754-64; Mem- 
ber Maryland Conventions, 
1774-76; Colonel of Gunpow- 
der Battalion, 1776. 

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis Conrad. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Miss Elizabeth W. Ligon. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 



Townsend, Henry, 1695. 

Member of Rhode Island As- 
sembly, 1650, 1653 ; One of the 
original patentees of Flushing, 
1656. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Mrs. J. S. B. Hodges. 

Townsend, John, 1668. 

Member of Rhode Island As- 
sembly, 1650, and successive 
years; One of the original 
patentees of Flushing, 1656. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 



Townshend, Richard, 1595-1648. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1629, 1642 ; Member of 
Council, 1642-46. 

Mrs. George A. Coulter. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Miss Katharine Edmonds Payne. 

Mrs. B. T. Story. 

Mrs. William S. Welch. 



Tracy, Thomas, 1685. 

Deputy from Norwich to Con- 
necticut General Court, 1662, 
1663, 1667, 1670, 1672, 1675, 
1676, 1677, 1678, 1682, 1683, 
1684; Quartermaster of New 
London Dragoons in King 
Philip's War, 1675. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 



Traill, Robert, 1781. 

Collector of Customs, Port of 

Portsmouth, 1764. 
Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 



Travers, William, 1701. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1675-76 ; 

Justice, Dorchester County, 

1681. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 
Mrs. James H. Preston. 



Travers, William. 1685. 

Speaker of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1677. 
Mrs. William C. Page. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



235 



Treat, Richard, 1584-1669. 

Deputy, 1644-57 ; Assistant, 1658- 
64 ; named, in the Royal Char- 
ter, one of the Patentees for 
Connecticut, 1662. 

Mrs. John J. Abel. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Eugene Greenway. 

Mrs. Hardwicke M. Hopper. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Miss Rebecca D. Williams. 

Trezevant, Theodore, 1722-1797. 
Member of South Carolina Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1775. 
Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 
Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 
Mrs. D. Girattd Wright. 

Trowbridge, James, 1636-1717. 

Deouty to the General Court 
from Cambridge, Mass., 1700 
and 1703 ; Served in King 
Philip's War. 

Miss Elizabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Trueman, Henry, 1756. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 
1742-56. 

Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Trueman, James, 1622-1672. 

Justice of Calvert County, 1669. 
Mrs. Charles J. Colcock. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Trueman, Thomas, 1777. 

Justice, Prince Georges County, 

1766-75. 
Miss Sally S. Mackall. 

Tucker, Robert, 1604-1682. 

Deputy for Gloucester to the 
General Court of Massachu- 
setts Bay, 1652; For Milton, 
1669, 1680, 1681. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Turbutt, Foster, 1679- 1720. 
Qerk of Talbot County ; Justice, 

1709; Burgess, 1715-16. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Henry C. Bispham. 



Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 
Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 

Turbutt, Michael, 1696. 

Clerk of Kent County, 1681-86 ; 

Justice, Talbot County, 1687- 

89. 
Mrs. James M. H. Bateman. 
Mrs. Addison D. Clarke. 
Mrs. Hammond Dugan. 
Mrs. C. B. Goldsborough. 
Mrs. Frank Markoe. 
Mrs. North O. Messenger. 
Mrs. J. Albert Merritt. 
Mrs. Charles E. Robertson. 
Mrs. Thomas M. Sizer. 
Miss Ellen Martin Thomas. 

TuRCK, Paulus Jacobsen, c. 163s 

Lieutenant, New Amsterdam, 

1689-90. 
Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 
Mrs. William T. Manning. 

Turner, Robert, 1635-1701. 

Proprietor of East Jersey, 1684; 
Member of Assembly, 1684-85 ; 
Member of Council, 1684-85; 
Register-General, Pennsyl- 
vania, 1686, 1690; Member of 
Provincial Council, 1686, 1693, 
1700; Receiver-General, 1693. 

Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

TuRPiN, William, 1690-1744. 

Deputy for Providence, R. I., 
1722, 1723, 1729; Town Treas- 
urer, 1737, 1744; Member 
Town Council, 1727. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Tuttle, John, 1634-1720. 
Judge of Court of Common 
Pleas, New Hampshire ; Dep- 
uty to Convention called to 
resolve upon form of govern- 
ment, 1689-95 ; Captain of 
Dover Militia; Member of 



236 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Provincial Assembly of New 
Hampshire, 1698-99, 1705-07. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

TuTTLE, John, 1596 . 

Representative to the General 
Court of .Massachusetts ; 
Member of Ancient and Hon- 
ourable Artillery Company, 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Tybout, James, Kent County, Del. 
Lieutenant, French and Indian 

War. 
Mrs. Charles Beasten. 
Mrs. George A. Von Lingen. 

Tyler, Robert, 1674. 

Justice, Calvert County, 1670. 
Mrs. Henry C. Jackson. 
Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 
Miss E. A. T.M.Schley. 
Miss Anna C. Stokes. 
Miss Eliza Hughes Stokes. 
Mrs. Virginia B. Wright. 

Tyler, Robert, Jr., 1671-1738. 

Justice of Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 1696-1708; Chief Justice, 
1728; Burgess, 1704-24. 

Mrs. Henry C. Jackson. 

Mrs. Virginia B. Wright. 

Utie, Captain John, 1639. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1629-30; Member of 
Council of Virginia, 1631-35; 
Styled Ensign, 1624, and Cap- 
tain from 1631. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Keating. 

Van Brugh, Johannes Pieterse, 
1624- 1697. 

Corporal, Blue Flag Company, 
1652-53 ; Provincial Envoy to 
Amsterdam, 1664; Burgomas- 
ter of New Amsterdam, 1656, 
1673 ; Captain at New Orange, 
1673-74- 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Van Cortlandt, Oloff Stevens, 
1600- 1684. 

Commissioner of Boundaries, 
1663 ; Special Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, 1645 ; Colonel 
of the Burgher Corps, 1649; 
One of the " Eight Men," 1645, 
and President of the " Nine 
Men," 1663 ; Burgomaster of 
New York, 1655-64; Lord of 
Cortlandt Manor ; Member of 
Governor's Council, 1674. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

Miss Clementina R, Morris. 

Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Van Cortlandt, Stephanus, 1643- 
1700. 

Colonel of the King's County 
Regiment, 1671-93 ; Mayor of 
New York, 1677; Member of 
the Council of New York, 
I 680- I 700. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 

Van Cowenhoven, Wolfort Ger- 

RITTSE. 

Schepen (Alderman) of New 
Amsterdam, 1654 ; Secretary 
of Town Council, 1658: Com- 
missioner to Holland, 1653. 

Mrs. R. Curson Hoffman. 

Van Dam, Rip, 1660-1749. 

Acting Governor of the Province 
of New York, as President of 
the Council, 173 1 ; Member of 
the Governor's Council, 1702- 
1735; Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs, 1706; Master in Chan- 
cery, 171 1, 1720. 

Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 

Van der Bogaert, Harman Myn- 

DERTSE, 1612-1648. 

In the service of the West India 
Company until 1643 J Ap- 
pointed Commissioner to Fort 
Orange in 1645. 

Mrs. Frederic Tyson. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



237 



Van der Donck, Adrian, c. 1609- 

1655. 

Schout Fiscaal of Rensslaers- 
wyck ; One of the " Nine 
Men " sent to Holland as Del- 
egate to represent the New 
Netherlands ; Lord of the 
Manor of Yonkers. 

Mrs. John R. Long. 

Van Der Poel, Melgert Wynent, 
1649-1710. 

Lieutenant, Albany County 
Troops, Province of New 
York, 1690; Ensign, 1689. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Van Dyck, Cornelis, 1642-1687. 

Acting Indian Commissioner, as 
under Dutch rule, in the 
Province of New York, 1679, 
1682; Magistrate of Rens- 
selaerwyck, 1673 ; Magistrate 
of Albany, 1679, 1682. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Van Dyck, Hendrick, c. 1687. 

Member of the Council of the 
Director-General of Nieuw 
Netherland, 1642, 1644; Schout 
Fiscaal, 1647-52 ; Ensign in the 
service of the Holland West 
India Company, 1639-40. 

Mrs. John R. Long. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Van Nest, Pieter Pietersen. 

Member from Breucklen of the 
Convention to engage the sev- 
eral Dutch Towns to keep an 
Armed Force for public pro- 
tection. 

Mrs. D. G. Mcintosh. 

Mrs. Joseph H. Rietnan. 

Mrs. Pembroke L. Thorn. 

Van Rensselaer, Hendrick, 1667- 
1740. 

Major of New York Troops, 
1722 ; Captain, 1714 ; Member 
of Assembly, Province of New 
York, 1705-15 ; Commissioner 
of Indian Affairs, 1706, 1724, 
1726, 1732, 1734. 

Mrs. William R. Hubner. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Van Rensselaer, Jeremias, 1630- 
1674. 

Second Patroon of Rensselaer- 
wyck ; Member of the ColO' 
nial Assembly, and Speaker, 
1664; Colonel of Militia at 
Albany; Commissioner of In- 
dian Affairs under Dutch rule, 
as Magistrate of Fort Orange, 
1659-60, 1663-65. 

Mrs. William R. Hubner. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Van Rensselaer, Johannes, 1708- 
1783. 

Member 21st Provincial Assem- 
bly of New York; Colonel of 
Regiment of Foot ; Lord of 
Claverack and Greenbush 
Manors; Appointed, 15 June, 
I754» Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs at Albany ; Captain of 
a Company at Claverack, 1731 ; 
Lieut.-Colonel, 1756, and Colo- 
nel, 1768-71, etc. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen, 

1646. 
First Patroon of Rensselaer- 

wyck. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 
Mrs. John Thomson Mason. 
Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Van Schaick, Gooszen Gerritse, 
1676. 

Acting Indian Commissioner, as 
Magistrate of Albany, N. Y., 
1649-64 ; Lieutenant of Troops 
at Fort Orange, 1670 ; Captain, 
1676. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Van Slichtenhorst, Brant 
Arentse, c. 1660. 
First Resident Director of the 
Colony of Rensselaerwyck, 
1646-48, and commander of the 
Fort at Rensselaerwyck; Di- 
rector, Superintendent and 



238 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Chief Magistrate of Bever- 

wyck. 
Miss Mary H. Armstrong. 
Mrs. Gustav IV. Liirman. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 
Miss Elisabeth M. Morris. 
Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 
Mrs. C. W. Rowley. 
Mrs. Robert Swart out. 
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 



Van Sweringen, Gerrit, 1636- 
1798. 

Sheriff, Commissary, and Mem- 
ber of Council of New Amstel 
on Delaware, 1659; High 
Sheriff, St. Marys County, 
1686-88. 

Mrs. Daniel Combs. 

Mrs. Henry Dickenson. 

Mrs. Samuel W. Holladay. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 

Mrs. Ashley Lewis. 

Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 

Mrs. John Mullan. 

Mrs. Harry S. Mulliken. 

Mrs. Owen Norris. 

Mrs. Lloyd Rawlings. 

Mrs. Charles Lyon Rogers. 

Mrs. Jervis Spencer. 

Mrs. John R. Tait. 

Miss Mary Tilghman. 

Mrs. George E. Whitney. 



Van Vechten, Anthony, 1748 

Lieutenant in Tryon County, N. 
Y., Militia, 1775; Adjutant of 
2d Battalion, 1778 ; Member of 
Committee of Vigilance for 
Tryon County, 1775. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 



Vaughan, Robert, 1668. 

Member of Assembly, 1637-47, 
1662 ; Lieutenant, 1642 ; Justice 
of Kent, 1642 ; Member of 
Council, 1648-50 ; Captain, 
1647 ; Commander of the Isle 
of Kent, 1647-53. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 



Veazey, Edward, 1784. 

High Sheriff of Cecil County, 

1751, 1752, 1753- 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Veazey, John, 1701-1777. 
Justice, Cecil County, 1734-57; 
Judge of Assize, 1749-52; 
Colonel and Commander of 
Cecil County, 1755-58. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Venable, Abraham, 1701-1768. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1748; Captain of 
Virginia Forces in the Indian 
Wars. 

Miss Elizabeth W. D. Ligon. 

Ver Planck, Abraham Isaacsen, 
1616-1690. 

One of the "Twelve Men," the 
first representative Assembly 
of the Dutch in New Nether- 
land, 1641-42. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 

Ver Planck, Geleyn, 1637-1684. 

Ensign, 1673 ; In the garrison at 
the Fort in New York City ; 
Schepen of Nieuw Amsterdam 
and Alderman of New York. 

Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Ver Planck, Philip, 1695-1771. 
Ensign in Colonel Vetch's Regi- 
ment, Massachusetts Colonial 
Forces, 1711 ; Commissioner to 
the Six Nations, 1746; Com- 
missioner for fortifications, 
1755; Member of New York 
Provincial Assembly, 1734- 
68; One of the Governors of 
King's College, I754-7I. 
Mrs. Gustav W. Liirman. 

Vincent, John. 

Deputy to General Court of 
Plymouth Colony, 1638, 1649, 
1650, 165 1, 1655, 1659, 1661-62. 
Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 

Vosburgh, Abraham Pietersen, 
c. 1 630- 1 674. 
One of the " Eight Men," New 

Amsterdam. 
Mrs. Frederic Tyson. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



239 



Vreelandt, Michael Jansen. 

One of the Council of " Nine 
Men " who made application 
for a Burgher Governor, to 
the States General, July 26, 
1649. 

Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Vrooman. Adam. 1649-1729. 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs 
at Albany, N. Y. ; Sent by Gov- 
ernor Fletcher to the Governor 
of Montreal to announce the 
Peace, 1698; Lieutenant in 
Colonial Wars. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 

Wade, Jonathan, 1689. 

Captain of the Three County 
Troop of Horse, King Philip's 
War, 1676. 
Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 
Mtss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Wainwright, John, 1708. 

Colonel of Massachusetts Mili- 
tia, 1707. 
Mrs. Hugh Lennox Bond, Jr. 

Walke, Anthony, 1692- 1768. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, and Judge of 
Princess Anne County Court. 

Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Walke, Anthony, Jr., 1726-1782. 
Member of Virginia House of 

Burgesses. 
Miss Virginia H. B. Smith. 

Walker, John, 1668. 

Burgess for Warwick County, 
Va., 1644-46; Member of 
Council of Virginia, 1656-60. 

Mrs. John Bigelow. 

Miss Anna E. B. Clark. 

Walker, Captain Thomas, 

1680. 

High Sheriff of Somerset Coun- 
ty; Justice of the Quorum; 
Collector of Customs ; Coun- 
cillor in Indian Affairs. 

Mrs. Elihu E. Jackson. 

Mrs. William W. Leonard. 

Mrs. Alva Van der Bogart. 



Wallace, Joseph, 1713-1751. 
Lieutenant of Cecil County Mi- 
litia, April 15, 1755. 
Miss Audleyn Macrery. 

Wallingford, Thomas, 1697-1771. 

Colonel of the County Militia; 
Associate Justice, Supreme 
Court of New Hampshire, 
1748-71. 

Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 

Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 

Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 

Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 

Ward, John, 1692-1734. 

Justice, Cecil County, 1726-30. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ward, John, 1747. 

Burgess for Cecil County, 1708, 
1709, 171 I, 1715, 1716, 1722-27, 
1732-36. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ward, Seth. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1766-68. 
Mrs. David Gregg Mcintosh. 

Ward, Wiluam, 1597-1687. 

Deputy from Sudbury, Colony 
of Massachusetts Bay, 1644; 
Marlborough, 1666; One of 
the founders of the town of 
Marlborough, 1660; In garri- 
son at Sudbury in King Phil- 
ip's War. 

Miss Elizabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Ward, William, 1720. 

Justice, Cecil County, 1688-1692, 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Ward, William, II, 1727-1776. 
Justice. Cecil County, 1769, 1772, 

1773- 1774; Burgess, 1762-73; 

Member of Convention, June, 

1774. 
Mrs. Duncan Veazey. 

Warfield, Alexander, 1678-1740. 
Burgess for Anne Arundel 

County, 1715-18. 
Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus. 



240 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Warfield, Alexander, 1773. 

Justice of Anne Arundel Coun- 
ty, 1739-61, and of the Quo- 
rum, 1742-61. 

Mrs. William Hitt. 

Mrs. William P. Mcintosh. 

Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Warfield, Charles, 1738-1790. 
Member Committee of Observa- 
tion for Frederick County, 

1775- 
Mrs. William Andrew Morrison. 
Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Warfield, Charles Alexander, 
M. D., 1751-1813. 

Member of Committee of Ob- 
servation, 1774; Major of 
Anne Arundel County Militia. 

Mrs. Charles Marshall. 

Warfield, Elisha. 

Member Committee of Obser- 
vation, Anne Arundel County, 
177s. 
Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 
Mrs. Richard W. Hogue. 

Warfield, Richard, 1676-1755. 

Burgess for Anne Arundel 
County, 1716-37; Justice of 
Anne Arundel County, 1714- 
15, 1718-19, 1722, 1732-37, and 
Presiding Justice, I73S-37- 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Mrs. William B. Hurst. 

Mrs. William P. Mcintosh. 

Mrs. T. K. Niedringhaus. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. Frank T. Redwood. 

Warfield, Richard, 1704. 

Captain of Anne Arundel Mili- 
tia, 1689; Signed address to 
King William, 1689, as " Mili- 
tary Officer." 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 

Miss Alice Wilks Preston. 

Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 

Waring, Basil, 1688. 

Justice, Calvert County, 30 May, 

1685. 
Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 
Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 



Waring, Basil, 1733. 

Commissioned Captain of Dra- 
goons, Prince Georges Coun- 
ty, 14 July, 1715. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Waring, Sampson, 1618-1670. 

Sheriff of the Counties of St. 
Marys, Potomac and Patuxent, 
1655-56; Member General As- 
sembly, 1654; Burgess for Cal- 
vert County, 1659-60; Com- 
missioned to treat with In- 
dians, 1654; Justice, Calvert 
County, 1658; Justice of the 
Provincial Court, 1654-55 '> 
Commander of Military 
Forces on Herring Bay, 24 
April, 1655. 

Mrs. Robert G. Henry. 

Mrs. Robert Malcolm Littlejohn. 

Warner, Augustine, Sr., 1610- 

1674- 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1652-55; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1659-74. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. S. Johnson Poe. 

Warner, Augustine, Jr., 1642- 
1681. 

Speaker of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1675-77; Mem- 
ber of Council. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Colvin. 

Mrs. Robert G. Hogan. 

Miss Evelyn Byrd McCandlish. 

Miss Agnes M. Maupin. 

Miss Margaret L. Maupin. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. William Reynolds. 

Mrs. Robert Tarleton. 

Warner, William, 1706. 

Member of Governor Mark- 
ham's Council, 1681 ; Member 
of Pennsylvania Assembly, 
1682-83; Justice at Upland 
Court, 1681 ; Justice of Swede's 
Court. 

Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 

Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



241 



Warren, Humphrey, 1694. 

Colonel of Charles County Mi- 
litia, 1694. 
Mrs. James Bourne Parran. 

Warren, Richard, 1628. 

One of the Founders of Plym- 
outh Plantation ; Signer of the 
Compact in the Cabin of the 
Mayflower, 1620; In first en- 
counter in Wellfleet harbor, 
1620. 

Mrs. Asa Bird Gardiner. 

Mrs. North O. Messenger. 

Mrs. William M. Powell. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

Washington, John, 1629-1677. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1666-76 ; Com- 
manded expedition against the 
Seneca Indians, 1675. 

Mrs. Daniel H. Buell. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Mrs. Jay M. Whitham. 

Washington, Lawrence, c. 1659- 

1697. 
Burgess for Westmoreland 

County, Va., 1685. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

Waterman, Richard, 1590-1673. 
One of the Thirteen Original 

Proprietors of Providence 

Plantations, 1636. 
Mrs. Henry L. Clarke. 
Mrs. B. Jones Taylor. 
Mrs. D. Giraud Wright. 

Watson, Thomas, 1737. 

Justice of Bucks County, Penna., 

I7i5> 1717. 1726-27; Member 

of Assembly, 1717-25. 
Mrs. Thomas Marsh Smith. 

Webster, John, 1590-1661. 
An original settler of Hartford 
and a founder of the Colony 
of Connecticut; Deputy, 1637; 
Assistant, Hartford, 1639-55 5 
Commissioner of the United 
Colonies for Connecticut, 
1654; Deputy-Governor, 1655; 
Governor, 1656; First Magis- 

17 



trate, 1639-54, 1657-59; Judge 
of the Court, Hadley, Mass., 
1660. 
Mrs. John J. Abel. 
Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon 
Mrs. Henry Stockbridge, Jr. 

Weems, David, 1706-1779. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1727. 1729. 
Miss Eli::abeth C. Williams. 

Weire, John, 1675. 

Burgess for Rappahannock 

County, Va., 1663. 
Mrs. Charles Howard. 
Mrs. John B. Montell. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Welburne, Thomas, 1702. 

Sheriff, Accomac County, Va., 

1692 ; Burgess, 1702. 
Mrs. Hollis Moseley Cooley. 

Wells, George, 1696. 

Commissioned Captain of Bal- 
timore County Militia, 28 June, 
1667 ; Colonel, Baltimore 
County Foot, 1678; Burgess, 
1675; Justice, 1674-89, and 
Presiding Justice, 1680-89; 
Justice of Provincial Court, 
1694. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie 2d. 

Wells, Richard, 1667. 

Member General Assembly, 
1654 ; One of the Commission- 
ers for governing Maryland, 
1654-57; Justice, Anne Arun- 
del County, 1658; Presiding 
Justice, 1661. 

Mrs. Heyiry J. Berkley. 

Mrs. H. B. Bradenbaugh. 

Mrs. George N. Mackenzie 2d. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Wells, Thomas, 1680-1758. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1717-18, 1726. 
Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 

Welsh, John, c. 1670-1734. 
Justice, Anne Arundel County, 

1726-32 ; High Sheriff, 1732-33 ; 

Styled Colonel in the records. 
Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 



242 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Welsh, John, 1683. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1668-76; High Sheriff. 1671- 
78/9; "Major John Welsh," 
one of the Commissioners to 
superintend the building of the 
Court House, 1683 ; Member 
of Council, 1671. 

Miss Marv Rebecca Duval. 

Mrs. W. T. Shackelford. 



West, John, 1590-1659. 

Burgess, 1629; Justice, York 
County, Va., 1634; Councillor, 
1631-59; Governor of Vir- 
ginia, 1635-37 ; Quartermaster- 
General, 1641. 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 



West, John, 1689. 

Major, Virginia Forces, 1678; 
Senior Justice and Colonel of 
Militia, New Kent County, 
Va., 1680. 

Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 

Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Mrs. Thomson Mason King. 



West, John, 1639-1703. 

High Sheriff of Accomac Coun- 
ty, Va., 1664, 1667; Justice, 
1663-1703; Captain of Mili- 
tia, 1665; Major, 1675; Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1679; Burgess, 1680. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 

Mrs. Luther C. Cox. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 

Mrs. Norman F. Hill, Jr. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard, 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. Edmund A. Munos. 

Mrs. Edward Shippen. 

Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 

Mrs. William H. IVhitridge. 

Mrs. James W. Wilson. 



West, Nathaniel. 
Member of the Virginia House 

of Burgesses, 1702. 
Mrs. Frank P. Clark. 
Miss Anne S. Dandridge. 

Westwood, William, 1770. 

Member Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1736, 1748, 1752. 
Miss Gertrude F. Mason. 

Wetherill, Christopher, 

1711. 

One of the Original Proprietors 
and Member of the Proprie- 
tary Council of West Jersey, 
1688-1707. 

Mr J. Charles Mayer Franklin. 

Wharton, Jesse, 1676. 

President of Council of Mary- 
land, 1672-76; Deputy-Govern- 
or, 1676. 
Miss Ida S. Brent. 
Mrs. Dunbar Hunt. 
Mrs. William Keyser. 
Mrs. Thomas Sloo. 

Wheeler, John, 1630-1694. 

Commissioned Captain of Mi- 
litia, 1676; Major, 1689; Jus- 
tice, Charles County, 1685. 

Mrs. Walter A. Bloedorn. 

Miss Elizabeth Boone. 

Mrs. Spaulding Lowe Jenkins. 

Mrs. Alfred Klots. 

Wheelwright, Jeremiah, 1678- 

Lieutenant in Louisburg expedi- 
tion, 1745. 
Mrs. Charles Belknap. 
Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Wheelwright, John, 1599-1679. 

Minister at Boston, Exeter, 
Wells, Hampton and Salis- 
bury; Founder of Exeter, N. 
H. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Wheelwright, John, 1664-1745. 
Representative, 1692, 1699; As- 
sistant, 1708-32; Judge of In- 
ferior Court, 1702-29; Of Pro- 
bate Court, 1715; Colonel of 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



243 



Massachusetts Bay Colony Mi- 
litia, 1 73 1. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Wheelwright, Samuel, 1635-1700. 

Deputy, 1671, 1677, 1681 ; Com- 
missary, 1691 ; Assistant, 1695- 
99; Judge of Inferior Court, 
1692-1700; Of Probate Court, 
1694. 

Mrs. Charles Belknap. 

Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Whipple, Abraham, 1733-1819. 

Commander of privateer " Game 
Cock," commissioned, July 14, 
1759; Commander of Rhode 
Island State Guard Ships, with 
title of " Commodore," June, 
1775 ; Commander of Conti- 
nental frigate, " Providence," 
June 17, 1775. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Whipple, John, 1616-1685. 

Deputy for Ipswich, Mass., 1650, 
1651, 1652, 1653, 1666, 1669, 
1670, 1672, 1674, 1677. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

Whipple, John, 1626-1683, 

Representative, 1674, 1676, 1679, 
1683; Captain of a Troop of 
Horse, serving under Major 
Savage in King Philip's War, 
1676. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Whipple, John, 1605-1669. 

Deputy to the General Court, 
1640-42, 1646, 1650-53; Ruling 
Elder of the First Church, 
Ipswich, Mass. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 

Whipple, Matthew, 1658-1738. 

Justice of the Sessions Court, 
Ipswich, Mass. ; Representa- 
tive, 1 7 18, 1 7 19, 1729. 

Mrs. George Henry Howard. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Learned. 

Mrs. Charles W. Washburn. 



White, Thomas, 1704-1779. 

Deputy Surveyor of Baltimore 
County; Major of the County 
Militia in 1736, and subse- 
quently Colonel. 

Mrs. James T. Ringgold. 

Whiting, Henry, 1655-1729. 
Member of Council of Virginia, 

1691 ; Treasurer, 1692-93. 
Mrs. Henry Ashton Ramsay. 
Mrs. William E. Ruff. 

Whiting, John, 1635-1689. 

Preached the Election Sermon 
at Hartford. Conn., 13 May, 
1686; Appointed by Council, 
27 August, 1675, Chaplain to 
Connecticut Troops in King 
Philip's War. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Whiting, William, 1647. 

Deputy for Hartford, Conn., 
1637 ; Assistant and Treasurer 
of the Colony of Connecticut, 
1641-47. 

Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. 

Whitelock, Isaac, 1712-1781. 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1772. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Whittemore, Pelatiah, 1680 . 

In command at Kittery, Me., 

1704-05. 
Mrs. Charles Belknap. 
Mrs. Samuel Tracy Browne. 

Whittington, Wiluam, c. 1650- 
1720. 

Burgess for Accomac County, 
Va., 1680; Burgess for Somer- 
set County, Md., 1692-95, 1700- 
04 ; Commissioned, October 9, 
1694, Major of Somerset 
County Militia ; Colonel, 1701 ; 
Member Council of Maryland, 
1709-16. 

Miss Eliza M. Custis. 

Miss Sarah Horsey Custis. 

Mrs, Pierson Haviland. 

Mrs. James S. Whiteley. 

Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 



244 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Whittington, William, c. 1621- 

1659- 

Captain of Northampton Coun- 
ty, Va., Militia, June 28, 1654 '< 
Justice of Orphans Court, 
Dec. 27, 1655. 

Mrs. William H. Whitridge. 

WiCKENDEN, William, 1670. 

One of the Thirteen Signers of 
First Providence Compact ; 
Member Committee to form 
Government, 1640; Ordained 
Pastor First Baptist Church, 
Providence ; Member Court of 
Commissioners of the Four 
Towns, March 14, 1643 ; Com- 
missioner, 1648, 1651, 1655; 
Deputy for Providence, 164S, 
1651, 1653, 1654, 1655. 

Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 

WiCKES, Joseph, 1694. 

Burgess, Kent County, 1654, 
1657-59, 1669, 1678, 1682; Ma- 
jor of Kent County Militia, 
1683. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

WicKHAM, Samuel, 1664-1712. 
Commander of Train Band, 
1700; Deputy for Newport, 
1703, 1704, 1707. 
Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 



Wilkinson, Samuel, c. 1650-1727. 
Deputy for Providence, R. I., 
1693, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1701, 
1704, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1712, 
1716; Member of Committee 
to settle East and West Line 
between Rhode Island and 
Massachusetts ; Signed final 
report. May 14, 1719. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 



WiLLARD, Simon, 1605-1676. 

Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1636-53 ; Assistant, 
1652-76; Captain, 1646; Ser- 
geant-Major, 1653; Major and 
Commander in Chief of 
Forces of United Colonies, 
1654. 

Mrs. Alexander L. Hodgdon. 

Mrs. Waldo Newcomer. 



Williams, Joseph, 1708-1798. 

Colonel of Massachusetts Mili- 
tia, 1755-58; Representative, 
1765 ; Chairman of Roxbury 
Committee, " Boston Massa- 
cre," 1770. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Miss Rebecca D. Williams. 

Miss Rebecca R. Williams. 



WiLKiNS, John, Jr. 

Captain in Colonel Spencer's 
Regiment, Bedford, Pa., 1776- 
78; Member of Convention, 
1776. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

WiLKiNs, William, Jr., 1737-1817. 

Supervised issue of bills of 
credit, 26 July, 1775 ; Member 
Council of Safety, 1776; Mem- 
ber of Committee to supervise 
fortifications of Annapolis, 
1776. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Wilkinson, Lawrence, 1692. 

Deputy for Providence, R. L, 

1667, 1673. 
Mrs. Stephen P. Harwood. 



Williams, Otho Holland, 1749- 
1794- 

First Lieutenant in Captain 
Price's Rifle Company, served 
before Boston, 1775 ; Colonel, 
6th Regiment, Maryland Line ; 
Brevet Brig.-General in Con- 
tinental Army. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 



WiixiAMS, Stephen, 1640-1720. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse 
Roxbury, Mass., in active ser- 
vice on the frontier, 1707-12. 

Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard. 

Mrs. Lewis W. Jenkins. 

Miss Rebecca D. Williams. 

Miss Rebecca R. Williams. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



245 



Williamson, Daniel, 1728. 

Member of Provincial Assembly 
of Pennsylvania, 1708, 1709, 
1720, 1721, 1722, 1727. 
Miss Josephine P. Amoss. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 

Williamson, John, 1726-1794. 
Captain of a Company in the 
Pennsylvania Associators, 
1744. 
Mrs. J. Kemp Bartlett. 

Williamson, Micajah, 1740-1796. 
Commanded at siege of Augusta, 

178 1. 
Mrs. T. B. Smythe. 

Willing, Charles, 1710-1754. 
Mayor of Philadelphia, 1748, 

1754- 
Mrs. Gustav W. LUrm,an. 
Miss Evelyn Byrd McCandlish. 
Mrs. Francis Key Murray. 
Mrs. Alexander B. Randall. 

Willis, Henry, 1740. 

Burgess for Gloucester County, 

Va., 1718, 1720, 1726, 1727; 

Founder of Fredericksburg. 
Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

WiLLiTT, Thomas, 1610-1674. 

Captain, Plymouth County Mi- 
litia, 1648 ; Member of Coun- 
cil of War, 1653 ; Member 
General Council, 1672 ; First 
English Mayor of New York, 
1665 ; Served on expedition 
which captured New York 
from the Dutch, 1664. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 

Mrs. Henry P. Goddard. 

Miss Katharine B. Minor. 

WiLLOUGHBY, ThOMAS, 1632-1672. 

Presiding Justice of Norfolk 
County, Va., 1668; Lieut.- 
Colonel. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

WiLLOUGHBY, ThOMAS. 160I-1658. 

Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1629-32; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1644-46, 1650; 
Justice, Elizabeth City County, 



Va., 1628; Burgess, 1629-39; 
Presiding Justice, Lower Nor- 
folk County, 1639 ; High Lieu- 
tenant, Norfolk, 1646; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1644-46, 1650; 
Captain, 1629. 

Mrs. Henry F. Clarke. 

Mrs. William C. Page. 

Miss Sarah Knox Wood. 

WiLMER, Simon, 1699. 

Justice, Kent County, 1687-89; 

Burgess for Kent County, 

1698-99. 
Miss Mary Isabel Earle. 
Miss Elizabeth T. Hemsley. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 
Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

WiLMER, Simon, 1686-1737. 

Burgess for Kent County, 1725- 

27. 
Miss Cora R. Hodges. 

Wilson, George, 1748. 

Member General Assembly for 
Kent County, 1728, 1731-32, 
1734-36, 1740, 1745-47- 

Mrs. Carroll H. Sudler. 

Wilson, Josiah, 1717. 

Captain in Calvert County, 1698; 
High Sheriff, 1699; Justice, 
1700; Major in Prince Georges 
County, 1702. 

Mrs. Alfred Whittington. 

Wilson, William, 1646- 17 13. 

Major, Elizabeth City County, 
Va., 1692, and Colonel, 1698; 
For many years Presiding Jus- 
tice of the County Court; 
Member of the Virginia House 
of Burgesses, 1685, 1692, 1702; 
Naval Officer for the Lower 
James, 1699-1710. 

Miss Jane Margaret Gary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Miss Gary Ann Nicholas. 

Miss Elisabeth Gary Nicholas. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 

Winder, John, 1698. 

Justice, Somerset County, 1666- 
80; Captain in the County Mi- 



246 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



litia, 1687 ; Lieut.- Colonel, 

1697. 
Mrs. Joshua G. Baker. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Pennington. 
Miss Josephine H. Nicholls. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Winder, John, II. 

Captain of Horse, Somerset 

County, 1694. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Winder, Levin, 1757-1819. 
Lieutenant of Smallwood's 
Maryland Regiment, 14 Jan- 
uary, 1776; Captain, ist Mary- 
land, 10 December, 1776; Ma- 
jor, 17 April, 1777; Lieut.- 
Colonel, 5th Maryland, 27 
April, 1781 ; Governor of 
Maryland, 1812-15. 
Miss Elisabeth L. Pennington. 

Winder, William, 1714-1792. 
Justice, Somerset County, 1757- 

70; Of Quorum, 1763-70. 
Mrs. Joshua G. Baker. 
Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 
Miss Josephine H. Nicholls. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Wingate, Joshua, 1679-1769. 

Deputy to the General Court, 
Province of New Hampshire, 
from Hampton, 1715, 1727-31 ; 
Captain, 1716; Major, 1730; In 
1745, being then Colonel, dis- 
patched two companies of his 
regiment for service at Louis- 
burg, Cape Breton. 

Miss Elisabeth Ward Hall. 

Miss Mary Stickney Hall. 

Winn, Joseph, 1714. 

Ensign in the Phips' expedition 

to Quebec, 1690. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Mary Winn. 

Winn, Timothy, 1740-1800. 

Ensign in Captain Ebenezer 
Cox's Company, French and 
Indian War, 1762. 
Mrs. Edward Sinclair Beall. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Keating. 
Miss Mary Winn. 



Winne, Peter, 1695. 

Major of Albany County Troops, 
N. Y., 1689; Magistrate of 
Willemstadt, 1674; Honorable 
Commissioner of Rennselaer- 
wyck; Commissioner and 
Magistrate of Bethlehem and 
of Albany. 
Mrs. Frederick Tyson. 



WiNSLOw, Edward, 1680/1-1760. 

Selectman, Town Clerk, Town 
Treasurer of Rochester, 
Mass. ; Justice of the Peace, 
1729; Major of Colonial Mi- 
litia ; Judge of Common Pleas, 
1729, 1732, and of Probate, 
1740. 

Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 



WiNSLow, Kenelm, 1599-1672. 

Deputy for Marshfield to the 
General Court of Plymouth 
Colony, 1642-44, 1649-53. 

Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux. 



Wise, John, 1723-1770. 
Lieutenant of Accomac County, 

Va. 
Miss Elisa M. Custis. 
Mrs. Edmund A. Munos. 



Wiswall, Noah, 1690. 

Captain of Massachusetts 

Troops, 1689-90. 
Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

WoLcoTT, Henry, 1578-1655. 

Member First General Assembly 
of Connecticut ; Member 
House of Magistrates, 1643-55. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 



WoLCOTT, Henry, II, 1610-1680. 

Petitioner for Charter for Con- 
necticut; Patentee or Corpo- 
rator in Royal Charter granted 
by Charles II, 1662. 

Mrs. Charles A. Gambrill. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



247 



WoLCOTT, Roger, 1679-1767. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1750- 
54; Lieut.-Governor, 1741-50; 
Deputy for Windsor to the 
Connecticut General Assembly, 
1709-14, 1718-19; Clerk of the 
House, 1710-11; Speaker of 
the House, 1719; Assistant, 
1714-18, 1720-41, 1754-60; 
Judge of the County Court of 
Hartford County, 1723-32; 
Judge of the Superior Court 
of Connecticut, 1732-41 ; Chief 
Judge of the Superior Court, 
1741-50; Commissioner of 
Connecticut for the adjust- 
ment of Colonial Boundaries, 
1717-18, 1723-26, 1728, 1730, 
1737. 1740, 1742, 1750; Captain 
of Train Band of Windsor, 
1722; Sergeant-Major of 
Regiment of Hartford Coun- 
ty, 1724; Colonel of the First 
Regiment, 1739; Major-Gen- 
eral of Connecticut, 1745 ; 
Commander in Chief of the 
Forces in the expedition to 
Cape Breton. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 

Mrs. Archibald H. Taylor. 

WoLCOTT, Simon, 1625-1687. 

Captain of Train Band of Sims- 
bury, Conn., 1673 ; Deputy for 
Simsbury to General Assem- 
bly, 1671, 1673, 1675. 

Mrs. William Paret. 

Mrs. David M. Robinson. 

Wood, William. 
Member of New Jersey Assem- 
bly, 1686-87, 1697. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

WooLFORD, Roger, 1701. 

Justice, Somerset County, 1676, 
1678, 1680, 1689, 1694; Bur- 
gess for Somerset, 1671, 1674- 
75, 1678, 1681-82. 

Miss Elisabeth P. Cator. 

WooLFORD, Roger, 1670-1730. 
Justice, Dorchester County, 
1694; Burgess for Dorchester 



County, 1707-15, 1719-20; Jus- 
tice, Provincial Court, 1729. 
Miss Elisabeth P. Cator. 

WooLFORD, Thomas, 1751. 

Justice, Dorchester County, 
1726-33, and of the Quorum, 

Miss Elisabeth P. Cator. 

WooLMAN, Richard, 1681. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1658; Chief Judge, Talbot 
County, 1661-81 ; Burgess, 
Anne Arundel County, 1660; 
Talbot County, 1662-81 ; Com- 
missioned Captain of Foot, 
Talbot County, 6 December, 
1662. 

Mrs. Campbell D. Emory. 

Mrs. Christopher Johnston. 

Mrs. Theodor G. Liirman. 

Mrs. Owen Norris. 

Miss Mary Tilghman. 

WooLSTON, John, 1698. 

Member of Assembly, West Jer- 
sey, 1683, 1684, 1696-97. 
Miss Laura Canby. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 
Mrs. J. J. Jackson. 

WooLSTON, John, H, 1708-1791. 
Member of Pennsylvania As- 
sembly, 1749-51. 
Miss Laura Canby. 
Mrs. Daniel B. Dorsey. 
Mrs. Harry P. Huse. 

Wormley, Christopher, 1701. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1686. 
Mrs. William C, Page. 

Wormley, Ralph, 1651. 

Justice, York County, Va., 1637- 
47; Member of the Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1644-49; 
Member of Council, 1650-51. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. L. Dorsey Gassaway. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackensie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



248 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



WoRMLEY, Ralph, II, 1650-1701. 

Member of the Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1676 ; Secretary of State, 
1693 ; President of the Coun- 
cil ; President of the first 
Board of Trustees of William 
and Mary College, 1693. 

Miss Jane Margaret Cary. 

Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. Henry F. LeH. Lyster. 

Mrs. Alex. W. Mackenzie. 

Mrs. Samuel M. Rutherford. 

Mrs. Jacob A. Ulman. 



WoRTHINGTON, JOHN, 16SO-I7OI. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1692-96; Burgess, 1699-1701 ; 
Captain of Horse, 1694. 

Miss Alice W. Ball. 

Mrs. A. Hooton Blackiston. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Leslie Cheek. 

Mrs. Lazvrence Lewis Conrad. 

Mrs. William H. Corbusier. 

Miss Mary Dorsey Davis. 

Mrs. George R. Dennis. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Miss Ella Lorraine Dorsey. 

Miss Laura Lee Dorsey. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Mrs. William Hitt. 

Mrs. Martin Gillet Gill. 

Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

Mrs. Burr Pozvell Harrison. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 

Miss Margaret G. Jones. 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 

Mrs. George A. Lieper. 

Miss Elizabeth W. D. Ligon. 

Mrs. Mervyn McKaig. 

Mrs. Thomas R. Mercein. 

Mrs. Harry Nash Moore. 

Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 

Miss Mary W. S. Pearre. 

Miss E. A. T.M.Schley. 

Mrs. Chandler Price Smith. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. 

Miss Ella L. WarHeld. 

Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 

Mrs. Erastus Wells. 

Mrs. Louis Garth Wood. 



WORTHINGTON, NICHOLAS, 1733" 
1793. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1767; Judge of the Orphans 
Court, 1778; Member Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1775 ; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1777; Major, 
Severn Battalion, Anne Arun- 
del County. 

Mrs. Charles B. Calvert. 

Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 

Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 

Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 

WORTHINGTON, SaMUEL, I733-1815. 

Member Committee of Observa- 
tion, Baltimore County, 1774; 
Delegate to General Assembly, 
1781. 

Mrs. Lawrence Lezvis Conrad. 

Mrs. Monte Griffith. 

WORTHINGTON, ThOMAS, 169I-I753. 

Burgess, Anne Arundel County, 

1745. 
Mrs. Richard M. Duvall. 
Miss Mary Lee Goddard. 
Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles G. Nicholson. 
Mrs. William D. Washburn, Jr. 

Wragg, Joseph. 

Member of Council, South Car- 
olina, 1730, 1751 ; Assistant 
Judge of Province, 1722. 
Miss Clementina R. Morris. 

Wright, Solomon, 1675-1729. 
Burgess, Queen Annes County, 

1722-27, 
Mrs. Henry Abert Orrick. 

Wright, Solomon, 1655-1717. 

Justice, Kent County, 1701-04; 
Justice, Queen Annes County, 
1709-17; Burgess for Queen 
Annes County, 1708-14. 

Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt. 

Wright, Solomon, Jr., 17 17- 1792. 
Member of Annapolis Conven- 
tion, 1774; Judge of Court of 
Appeals, 1778. 
Mrs. Henry Abert Omen. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



249 



Wynne, Dr. Thomas, 1630-1692. 

Speaker of first Provincial As- 
sembly of Pennsylvania, hav- 
ing accompanied William Penn 
to America in the Welcome; 
Judge of the Supreme Court, 
1686-90; President of Assem- 
bly, 1687-88. 

Mrs. George L. Birkmaier. 

Mrs. Francis Ellicott. 

Yardley, Thomas. 

Member of the Provincial As- 
sembly of Pennsylvania, 1715. 
1722; Justice of the Peace, 

1725-27. 
Miss Laura Canby. 
Mrs. Lily Tyson Elliott. 

Yarnall, Francis, 1721. 

Member Provincial Assembly of 

Pennsylvania. 
Mrs. William W. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Yarnall, Francis, II, 1694-176—. 
Member Provincial Assembly of 

Pennsylvania, 1744-48. 
Mrs. William W. Keith. 
Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. 

Yates, Robert. 1656-17x3. 
Justice, Charles County, 1694-98. 
Mrs. Charles De V. Drayton. 

Yeardley, Argall, 1656. 

Justice of Northampton Coun- 
ty, Va., 1640; Commander of 
the County, 1642-44; Member 
of Council, 1644, 1652. 

Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 

Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 

Mrs. Alan Cole. 

Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 

Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 

Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 

Mrs. Joseph King. 

Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 

Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 

Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 

Mrs. James W. Wilson. 

Yeardley, Argall, 1682. 

High Sheriff, Northampton 

County, Va. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 



Yeardley, Sir George, Knight, 

1580-1627. 
Deputy-Governor of Virginia, 

1616; Governor, 1619-21, 1626- 

27. 
Miss Ellen Howard Bayard. 
Mrs. Richard Bassett Bayard. 
Mrs,. Alan Cole. 
Mrs. Daniel Combs. 
Mrs. G. A. Coulter. 
Miss Nannie Teackle Floyd. 
Mrs. Pierson Haviland. 
Miss Marian Gilmor Howard. 
Mrs. Joseph King. 
Mrs. Edward A. Marshall. 
Mrs. George H. Payne. 
Miss Katherine E. Payne. 
Mrs. Clement L. Shaver. 
Mrs. Edward Shippen. 
Mrs. James Wood Tyson. 
Mrs. Frederick von Kapff. 
Mrs. James W. Wilson. 

Yeates, Jasper, 1720. 

Justice, Chester County, Penna., 
1694; Member of Cotmcil, 
1700-04. 
Mrs. Archibald R. Dennis. 
Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett. 
Mrs. Francis H. Hoff. 
Mrs. C. Iredell Ighhart. 
Mrs. James W. Ponder. 
Miss Louisa Hall Robinson. 
Mrs. Edward Shoemaker. 
Mrs. Winiield J. Taylor. 
Mrs. Alexander N. Turnbull. 
Miss Anna Graeme Turnbull. 
Mrs. Horatio L. Whitridge. 

Yeo, Leonard, c. 1620 . 

Burgess for Elizabeth City 
County, Va., 1645, 1653, 1666; 
County Lieutenant and Colo- 
nel by courtesv. 
Mrs. Adam E. King. 

Young, Benjamin, 1754. 

Member of the Council of Mary- 
land ; Judge of the High Court 
of Admiralty, Chief Justice of 
the Provincial Court, and 
Judge of the Land Office. 

Mrs. H. B. Denman. 

Mrs. Peter Henry Hill. 

Mrs. George Alphonzo Jones. 

Mrs. Charles Phelps Williams. 



250 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS. 



Young, Jesse, 1751-1804. 

Commissioned Lieutenant and 
Sergeant-Major in Bedell's 
Rangers, Lisbon, N. H., 1775. 

Mrs. Walter P. Donalson. 

Mrs. Richard W. Hague. 

Young, Richard, 1693-1748. 
One of the Founders of Annap- 
olis. 
Miss Adele M. Batre. 



Young, Samuel, 1667-1723. 

Justice, Anne Arundel County, 
1692; Burgess, 1692; Member 
of Council, 1716 ; Chief Justice 
of the Provincial Court. 

Miss Adele M. Batre. 

Mrs. Alfred Batre. 

Mrs. Archibald R. Denms. 

Mrs. Robert Clinton Wright. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS RESIDING IN 
NON-COLONIAL STATES. 

ALABAMA. 

Miss Adele Batre. 

Mrs. Alfred Batre (Hortense Addison). 

Mrs. Hardwick M. Hopper (Mary H Davis). 

Mrs William Page Mcintosh (Isabel Warfield btinson). 

Mrs! Charles S. Shawhan (Narcisse Tayloe Maupin). 

Mrs Edward Magruder Tutwiler (Margaret Chewning). 

Mrs. Frank Weakley Webster (Alice Crockett). 

ARKANSAS. 

Mrs. George Armstrong Leiper (Florence Carothers). 

Mrs. Lovick P. Thomas (Mary Kirby). 

Mrs. Alfred Whittington (Eliza Porter Smith). 

CALIFORNIA. 

Mrs. James Anthony (Mary Josephine Nougues). 

Mrs. William Knox (Gertrude Moore)._ 

Mrs. Arthur Dudley Cross (Elsie Chapline Pheby). 

Miss Elsie Cross. ■ ^^ tr u \ 

Mrs. WilHam Van Meter Eberly (Neva Henrietta Kelly). 

Mrs Donald Jackson Frick (Irene Stephens). 

Mrs. James M. Gassaway (Susan Elizabeth Rarnsey). 

Mrs. Samuel W. Holladay (Georgianna C. Ord). 

Mrs. Maynard McPherson (Mary Pottinger Fitzhugh). 

Mrs Walter Damon Mansfield (May Monvelle Stansbury). 

Mrs. Harry Sanderson MuUiken (Elise Marsteller). 

Miss Nora Anthony Queen. 

Mrs. Llovd Rawlings (Jane Patterson). 

Mrs. Walter Sutton (Bessie Hall). . 

Mrs. George E. Whitney (Mary Lewis Sweanngen). 

COLORADO. 

Mrs. Lafayette E. Campbell (Margaret Lynde Dent). 
Mrs. Samuel B. Childs (Anne Maria Starhng). 
Mrs. WilHam West Grant (Nannie Green). 

FLORIDA. 

Mrs John G. Christopher (Henrietta Shoemaker). 
Mrs. Robert Howard Gamble (Angelica Robinson). 
Mrs. Van Winder Shields (AmeUa Eliza Kittrell). 

ILLINOIS. 

Miss Maria Stith Johnston. 

Miss Alice Grey Kerfoot. t u * ^ 

Mrs. Henry S. Robbins (Frances Fuller Johnston). 
Mrs. Carroll Hopkins Sudler (Susan Culbreth). 
Mrs. Robert Bruce Wallace (Sophie Dorsey). 
Mrs. Robert Alexander Waller (Lena Watson). 



252 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS IN NON-COLONIAL STATES. 

IOWA. 

Mrs. Leonard Everett (Louise Elbert). 

Mrs. George Watson French (Anna Elizabeth Decker). 

Mrs. William Andrew Morrison (Elizabeth Francanna Jones). 

KANSAS. 

Mrs. Frank Rosebrook Millspaugh (Mary Qarkson). 

KENTUCKY. 

Mrs. Gilmer S. Adams (Lettie Robinson). 

Mrs. George Allen Armstrong (Mary Scott Moxley). 

Mrs. Alexander Gait Barret (Ellen Robinson). 

Mrs. Robert Moorhead Carrier (Alice Bridgeford). 

Mrs. John C. Doolan (Katherine Churchill Clark). 

Mrs. William Heyburn (Mary Julia Barret). 

Mrs. Robert Morrow Kelly Jr. (Eleanor Royce Mercein). 

Mrs. Sterling W. Price (Mary Sterling). 

Mrs. Harrison Robertson (Marion Morgan Richardson). 

Miss Mary Hill Ross. 

Mrs. Percy Semple (Meta Powell Hollyday). 

Mrs. Thomas J. Smith (Elise C. Bennett). 

Mrs. Albert Bingham Sowell (Nancy Katherine Wade). 

Mrs. Walter Walker (Mary Sydnor Perkins). 

LOUISIANA. 

Mrs. James Wallace Alexander (Cora Luckett). 

Mrs. Walter W. Atkinson (Ellen Blackman). 

Mrs. Joshua G. Baker (Mary Munroe). 

Mrs. Bryan Black (Henrietta Kingsley Hutton Cummings). 

Mrs. Louis Carleton Bulkley (Caroline Kemper). 

Mrs. David Jamison (Mary Laura Chaille). 

Mrs. Harry Nash Moore (Browning Coleman). 

Miss Josephine Hamilton Nicholls. 

Mrs. Henry Palfrey (Annie Sterling CuUen). 

Mrs. B. T. Story (Jeannie Washington Campbell). 

Mrs. Norwood K. Vance (Jeannette Dent). 

Miss Sue Howard Zunts. 

MAINE. 
Mrs. Herbert Payson (Sally Carroll Brown). 

MICHIGAN. 

Mrs. Charles B. Brown (Eleanor Devereux Hunter). 

Mrs. Frederick E. Butler (Lilla Mundy). 

Mrs. William Shubael Conant (Frances Elizabeth Wendling). 

Mrs. Henry Francis LeHunte Lyster (Winifred Lee Brent). 

Miss Gertrude Mason. 

Mrs. John Thomson Mason (Helen Jackson). 

Mrs. James Smith Rogers (Eleanore White). 

Mrs. Edwin Forrest Sweet (Sophia Fuller). 

MINNESOTA. 

Mrs. John Norris Jackson (Alice Meeker Dean). 
Mrs. William D. Washburn Jr. (Florence Savier). 



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MISSISSIPPI. 

Mrs. Oliver Whitehead Catchings (Grayson Wendling). 

Mrs. Andrew Fuller Fox (Anelta Scott). 

Miss Audleyn Macrery. 

Mrs. Eugene Martin (Anna Frances Blake). 

Miss Elizabeth Brandon Stanton. 

Mrs. James D. Warren (Marion Addison). 

MISSOURI. 

Mrs. James Ekin Allison (Jeanie Bass). 

Miss Sidney Emeline Boyle. 

Mrs. Walker Hill (Jeanie Morrison Lockwood). 

Mrs. C. E. Ilgenfritz (Isabel McCreery Daniel).* 

Mrs. George Knight Mackey (Bessie Bowman Daniel). 

Mrs. Thomas K. Niedringhaus (Hennie Brown Johnson). 

Mrs. William M. Price (Virginia Boyle). 

Mrs. William Holmes Thomson (Annie Lou Hargadine). 

Mrs. George Marvin Tuttle (Grace Wallace). 

Mrs. George Y. Wallace (Inez Cora Belden). 

Mrs. Milton Welsh (Rose Nelson). 

Mrs. Robert Morgan White (Isabella Mitchell). 

Mrs. Richard Beck Wright (Virginia B. McCampbell). 

NEBRASKA. 

Mrs. Charles Dorsey Armstrong (Lida Campbell Leib). 
Mrs. Frederick Henry Davis (Nellie Clarkson). 
Mrs. Charles W. Lyman (Mary C Belden). 

OHIO. 

Mrs. Borden Bowman (Mary Couper Proudfit). 

Mrs. Edmond Pitts Harrison (Carrie Marion Andrews). 

Mrs. Joel Burton Parsons (Amelia Griffith Andrews). 

TENNESSEE. 

Mrs. John McMillan Armstrong (Martha Turnley). 

Mrs. John M. Bass (Mary Wharton Berry). 

Mrs. Leslie Cheek (Mabel Wood). 

Mrs. Whitefoord Russell Cole (Mary Bass). 

Mrs. William Drane Jr. (Mary Stacker Luckett). 

Mrs. William L. Lewis (May Duke). 

Mrs. William Thomas Manning (Florence Van Antwerp). 

Miss Lizzie Van Antwerp. 

Mrs. Louis Garth Wood. 

TEXAS. 

Mrs. Edwin Bruce (Alice de Yterbide Quisenberry). 

Mrs. Albert Sidney Burleson (Adele Steiner). 

Miss Elizabeth G. Collier. 

Miss Lucy A. Collier. 

Mrs. Walter Percy Donalson (Louise Chamberlaine Young). 

Mrs. James M. Goggin (Lilla Hatfield Simpson). 

Mrs. George Lee Hume (Winfred Llewellyn Price). 

Mrs. Claude Douglas Johns (Bessy Steiner). 

Mrs. Ballinger Mills (Evy Waters). 

* Entered in the Register under maiden name. 



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WASHINGTON. 

Mrs. Henry Dickinson (Ida Hamilton Thompson). 
Mrs. John H. Williams (Nettie Briscoe Wallace). 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Mrs. Thornton Granville Berry (Mamie Kowalski). 

Mrs. H. B. Bradenbaugh (Nannie Beard Neal). 

Miss Amanda Belle Dashiell. 

Mrs. John Davidson (Georgia Henderson). 

Mrs. William R. Hitt (Katherine Hallie Elkins). 

Mrs. Henry C. Jackson (Annie O. De Camps). 

Mrs. George E. Price (Sallie A. Dorsey). 

Mrs. Henry Lewis Prichard (Emma Elizabeth Walker), 

Mrs. Henry Streit Walker (Emma Elizabeth Bier). 

WISCONSIN. 

Miss Elizabeth Kettle Clark. 

Mrs. Joseph E. Davies (Emlen Knight). 

Mrs. Oliver Clyde Fuller (Kate Fitzhugh Caswell). 

Miss Eleanor A. Tyler Murdoch Schley. 

Mrs. Bryant Smith (Mary A. Decker). 



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