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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



REGISTER 



of the 



North Carolina 

Society of the Colonial Dames 

of America 



Charter Applied for 1893 

Organized March 24, 1894 
Incorporated June 29, 1894 




RALEIGH 

Pbinted for the Society 

1912 



Revised Under the Auspices 

OF 

JEAN DALZIEL WOOD 



EDWARDS & BROUQKTON PRINTING CO., RALEIQH, N, 0. 



1583383 



This Register 
Revised and Published 

BY 

LUOLA MURCHISON SPRUNT 

President of the North Carolina Society 

OP the 

Colonial Dames of America 

is presented by her in grateful recognition op the loyalty 

AND co-operation OF THE SOCIETY DURING HER 
SUCCESSIVE TERMS OF OFFICE 

1906-1912 
May 15, 1912 




SEAL. 
The seal of the North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames shall 
be 1% inches in diameter, and shall consist of the Arms of Sir 
Walter Raleigh (Gules seven lozenges in bend argent), upon 
a diapered background of thirteen stars. Beneath the Arms a 
fac-simile of the signature of Sir Walter Raleigh. Upon a circu- 
lar ribbon, surrounded by a beaded amulet enclosing the whole, 
the words, "The North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames." 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Dedication 7 

Description of Seal 8 

Act op Incorporation 13 

Articles op Agreement 17 

Officers op the National Society 23 

Officers of the North Carolina Society 25 

Board op Managers 27 

Former Officers op the North Carolina Society 28 

Incorporators 29 

Charter Members 29 

Lifetime Officers 30 

Life Members 30 

Rolls of Membership 33 

In Memoriam 145 

Married 151 

Resigned 153 

Transferred 154 

Index op Ancestors and Descendants 156 

Index to Members 219 



ACT OF INCORPORATION 



ACT OF INCORPORATION 



State of North Carolina 

To all to whom these presents shall come — Greeting: 

Know ye, That it appears from the Certificate from the Clerk 
of the Superior Court of New Hanover County that the following 
named persons, Bettie Andrew Atkinson, Florence Hill Kidder, 
Virginia Gwathmey Empie, Lucy Wright Giles, Jane Iredell 
Williams, Mary London Boatwright, Elizabeth Savage Waddell, 
Caroline Green Meares, Adelaide Meares, Eliza Augusta Potter, 
Hannah Pattison Bolles, Augusta Lane McPherson, heretofore on 
the 20th day of June, 1894, signed and filed Articles of Agree- 
ment for the formation of a private corporation before said 
Clerk, and copy of said Articles of Agreement duly certified by 
said Clerk under the seal of said Court, have been filed and re- 
corded in this office as prescribed in chapter 318 of the Acts of 
1893. 

Now THEEEFOEE, Under the power and authority vested in me by 
said chapter 318 of said Acts of 1893, I do hereby declare the 
persons signing said Articles of Agreement duly incorporated 
under the name and style of the North Carolina Society of 
Colonial Dames of America, for the period of sixty years from 
and after the date 29th day of June, 1894, for the purposes set 
forth in said Articles of Agreement, with all the powers, rights, 
and liabilities conferred and imposed by law on such corpora- 
tions. 

Witness my hand and the Great Seal of the State of North 
Carolina, at office in the city of Raleigh, this 29th day of June 
in the 118th year of our Independence, and in the year of our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. 

(Seal.) O. S. COKE, 

Secretary of State. 



THE ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT 



THE ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT 

OF THE 

COLONIAL DAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA 



PREAMBLE. 

Articles of Agreement made and entered into this 20th 
day of June, A. D. 1894, for the formation of a Corpora- 
tion under and in pursuance of the General Laws of the 
State of North Carolina : 

We, the undersigned, do by these presents mutually agree 
each with the other, and with such other persons as may be 
hereafter associated with us, to be and become a corpora- 
tion, under the name and style and for the purpose herein- 
after mentioned, and to that end do set forth before the 
Clerk of the Superior Court of New Hanover County, State 
aforesaid, the following Plan of Incorporation : 

ARTICLE I. 

The name of said Corporation shall be "The North 
Carolina Society of Colonial Dames of America." 

ARTICLE II. 

The business and object of the said Corporation shall be 
to reverence and perpetuate the memory of our Colonial 
ancestors, and to interest this and future generations in the 
Colonial History of this Country and to inspire veneration 
for the early founders of this great Nation. The said Cor- 
poration will be a social, literary, and historical society for 
the purposes aforesaid. 

ARTICLE III. 
The principal place of business or meeting of said Cor- 
poration shall be at the City of Wilmington, State aforesaid. 

ARTICLE IV. 

The said Corporation shall exist for a term of Sixty years 
from and after the date hereof. 
2 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 



ARTICLE V. 



The following named persons have and do hereby agree 
to become members of said Corporation: Bettie Andrews 
Atkinson, Florence Hill Kidder, Virginia Gwathmey Empie, 
Lucy Wright Giles, Jane Iredell Williams, Mary London 
Boatwright, Elizabeth Savage Waddell, Caroline Green 
Meares, Adelaide Meares, Eliza Augusta Potter, Hannah 
Pattison BoUes, Augusta Lane McPherson. 

ARTICLE VI. 

There shall be no capital stock nor shall any member of 
said Corporation be in any manner individually liable or re- 
sponsible for or on account of any debt, contract, or obli- 
gation of said Corporation. 

ARTICLE VII. 

That said Corporation shall have all the general powers, 
rights, and privileges possessed by Corporations generally, 
particularly those enumerated in section 663 of the Code. 

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and 
seals the day and year first above written. 

Bettie Andrews Atkinson. (Seal.' 

Florence Hill Kidder. (Seal. 

Virginia Gwathmey Empie. (Seal. 

Lucy Wright Giles. (Seal.' 

Jane Iredell Williams. (Seal.' 

Mary London Boatwright. (Seal.' 

Elizabeth Savage Waddell. (Seal. 

Caroline Green Meares. (Seal." 

Adelaide Meares. (Seal. 

Eliza Augusta Potter. (Seal." 

Hannah Pattison Bolles. (Seal' 

Augusta Lane McPherson. (Seal.' 

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of 
E. S. Martin. 



articles of agreement i9 

State of North Carolina — New Hanover County. 
In the Superior Court. 

The foregoing and annexed plan of incorporation of "The 
North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames of 
America" has been filed in this office, and the execution of 
the same by each of the proposed incorporators has been 
duly proven before me by the oath and examination of 
Eugene S. Martin, the subscribing Witness thereto. 

John D, Taylor, 
Clerk Superior Court, New Hanover County. 



OFFICERS 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA 

1910-1912 



OFFICERS 

Honorary President 

*MRS HOWARD TOWNSEND, 

131 East Seventt-first Stbeet, New York. 

President 

MRS. WILLIAM RUFFIN COX, 

609 Grace Street, West, Richmond, Va. 

Honorary Vice-President 

*MRS. BEVERLY KENNON, 

Ttjdor Place, Georgetown, District of Columbia. 

Vice-Presidents 

MRS. ALEXANDER F. JAMIESON, 
Lawbenceville, New Jersey. 

MRS. JOSEPH RUCKER LAMAR, 
Sand Hills, Augusta, Georgia. 

MRS. FRANCIS W. GODDARD, 
808 North Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

Secretary 

MRS. CHARLES R. MILLER, 
Red Oak Road, Wilmington, Delaware. 

Assistant Secretary 

MRS. JOHN Y. TAYLOR, 

Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer 

MRS. ALEXANDER J. CASSATT, 

Havebfobd, Pennsylvania. 



24 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Registrar 

MRS. NATHANIEL TERRY BACON, 

Peace Dale, Rhode Island. 

Historian 

MISS ALICE FRENCH, 
321 East Tenth Street, Davenport, Iowa. 



THE OFFICERS AND MANAGERS 

OF 

THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY OF THE 
COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA 

1912 



President 

MRS. JAMES SPRUNT, 
400 South Front Street, Wilmington. 

Resident Vice-President 
MRS. ALFRED MOORE WADDELL, 
16 North Fifth Street, Wilmington. 

Non-Resident Vice-Presidents 

MRS. GILMER BRENIZER, 
'Brunswick," Washington, District of Columbia. 

MISS MARY J. ARRINGTON, 

GOLDSBORO. 

Recording Secretary 

MRS. EDMOND L. PRINCE, 

415 Orange Street, Wilmington. 

Corresponding Secretary 

MRS. W. N. HARRISS, 
Carolina Apartment House, Wilmington. 

Treasurer 

MRS. EDWARD P. BAILEY, 

313 Ann Street, Wilmington. 

Registrar 

MRS. WILLIAM LATIMER, 
126 South Third Street, Wilmington. 

Historian 

MRS. ROBERT STRANGE, 

See House, Wilmington. 



26 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

State Chairman of County Committees for Study and Research 

MRS. A. B. ANDREWS, 
Wake County. 

MISS JULIA A. ROBERTSON, 

Mecklenburg County. 

MISS MARY J. ARRINGTON, 
Wayne County. 

MRS. GILMER BRENIZER, 
Washington, District of Columbia. 

MRS. JOHN D. ROSE, 
Vance County. 

MRS. HARDIN HAIRSTON, 
Forsyth County. 

MRS. EDMUND J. LILLY, 

Cumberland County. 

MRS. THEODORE F. DAVIDSON, 
Buncombe County. 

Chairman of St. Philip's Committee 

MRS. JAMES SPRUNT, 
Wilmington. 

Chairman of Committee on Claims 

MISS MARY SUMNER KINGSBURY, 

Wilmington. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS 



Term Expires 1912 

MRS. WILLIAM CALDER. 
MRS. CLAYTON GILES. 
MISS CARRIE T. MOORE. 
MRS. WILLIAM N. HARRISS. 
MRS. M. F. H. GOUVERNEUR. 

Term Expires 1913 
MRS. EDWARD P. BAILEY. 
MRS. GEORGE WILSON KIDDER. 
MRS. ALLAN NICHOLS. 
MRS. EDMOND L. PRINCE. 
MRS. GEORGE G. THOMAS. 

Term Expires 1914 

MISS SUE MOORE McQUEEN. 
MISS CAROLINE GREEN MEARES. 
MRS. WILLIAM LATIMER. 
MRS. HORACE C. PRINCE. 
MRS. ROBERT STRANGE. 



FORMER OFFICERS OF 
THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY 



Presidents 

MRS. GEORGE WILSON KIDDER. 
MRS. GASTON MEARES. 

Resident Vice-Presidents 

MRS. VIRGINIA G. EMPIE. 

MRS. CLAYTON GILES. 

MRS. JOHN W. ATKINSON. 

MRS. GASTON MEARES. 

MRS. WILLIAM H. GREEN. 

MRS. WILLIAM CALDER. 

MRS. JAMES SPRUNT. 

MISS CAROLINE GREEN MEARES. 

Non-Resident Vice-Presidents 

MRS. PETER M. WILSON. 
MRS. ALEXANDER B. ANDREWS. 
MISS JULIA ROBERTSON. 
MRS. EDWIN J. JUSTICE. 
MRS. M. A. BLAND. 

Corresponding Secretaries 

MISS ADELAIDE MEARES. 
MRS. WILLIAM CALDER. 
MRS. JAMES SPRUNT. 
MRS. M. F. H. GOUVERNEUR. 

Recording Secretaries 
MRS. J. HARRY BOATWRIGHT. 
MRS. ALFRED M. WADDELL. 
MRS. M. F. H. GOUVERNEUR. 
MRS. ELISHA HOLLOW AY. 

Treasurers 
MRS. EDWIN J. JUSTICE. 
MRS. J. CUTLAR LEE. 
MRS. NICHOLAS NIXON DAVIS. 

Registrar 
MISS CAROLINE G. MEARES. 

Historians 
MISS MARY SUMNER KINGSBURY. 
MRS. EMMA MARTIN MAFFITT. 



INCORPORATORS 



MRS. GEORGE WILSON KIDDER. 

MRS. JOHN W. ATKINSON. 

MRS. ADAM EMPIE. 

MRS. CLAYTON GILES. 

MRS. J. HAL BOATWRIGHT. 

MRS. WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS. 

MISS CAROLINE G. MEARES. 

MISS ELIZABETH SAVAGE WADDELL. 

MISS ADELAIDE MEARES. 

MISS HANNAH P. BOLLES. 
tMISS ELIZA AUGUSTA POTTER. 
tMISS AUGUSTA L. McPHERSON. 

MRS. J. WILLIAMS MURCHISON. 

MRS. WILLIAM CALDER. 

MISS MARY SUMNER KINGSBURY. 
tMISS LOUISA CUTLAR. 
*MRS. HENRY B. SHORT. . 

MRS. GEORGE ROUNTREE. 

MRS. WILLIAM H. GREEN. 

MRS. HERBERT SMITH. 

MRS. ERNEST V. BALTZER. 

MRS. PRESTON L. BRIDGERS. 

MRS. JOHN E. REINBURG. 

MRS. E. P. BAILEY. 



CHARTER MEMBERS 



MRS. FLORENCE HILL KIDDER. 
MRS. ELIZABETH ANDREWS ATKINSON. 
MRS. VIRGINIA GWATHMEY EMPIE. 
MRS. LUCY WRIGHT GILES. 
MRS. MARY LONDON BOATWRIGHT. 
MISS ELIZABETH SAVAGE WADDELL. 
MISS CAROLINE GREEN MEARES. 
MISS ADELAIDE MEARES. 
MISS ELIZA AUGUSTA POTTER. 
MISS HANNAH PATTISON BOLLES. 
MRS. JANE IREDELL WILLIAMS. 
MISS AUGUSTA LANE McPHERSON. 



LIFE TIME OFFICERS 



Founder and Honorary President 

MRS. GEORGE WILSON KIDDER. 
103 South Thied Street, Wilmington. 

Honorary President 

MRS. GASTON MEARES, 
Wilmington. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents 

MRS. aDAM EMPIE, 

Wilmington. 

MRS. JOHN WILDER ATKINSON, 
Wilmington. 



LIFE MEMBERS 



MRS. FREDERICK C. POISSON. 
MISS NANNIE BEATTY MEANS. 
MRS. JAMES SPRUNT. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 



• Deceased, 
t Married. 
i Resigned. 
$ Transferred. 



1. fMRS. THOMAS SETTLE (Eliza Augusta Wright Potter). 

Asheville, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. John Yeamans, Gov. James Moore, 

Thomas Swann, William Cocke, 

Samuel Swann, II., Frederick Jones, 

Joshua Grainger, William Hill, 

Governor Alexander Lillington. 

2. MRS. GEORGE W. KIDDER (Florence Hill). 

loi South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Captain William Hill. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Moses John de Rosset, 

Gov. James Moore, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Samuel Cornell, Frederick Jones, 

Arthur Mabson, Samuel Swann, I., 

Maurice Moore. 

3. MRS. ADAM EMPIE (Virginia Gwathmey). 

309 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Colonel John Washington. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Nathaniel Pope, Augustine Warner, Jr., 

Nicholas Martian, George Reade, 

John Lewis, William Ball, 

Augustine Warner, Sr., Lawrence Washington. 

3 



34 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

4. *MRS, HENRY B. SHORT (Mary Allan Meares). 

[Died 1908.1 

Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Joshua Grainger. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Bradley, Alexander McCulloch, 

Thomas Davis, Benjamin Hill, 

John Earl, I., John Earl, II. 

5. MISS ADELAIDE MEARES. 

501 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. John Yeamans, William Hill, 

William Swann, Gov. James Moore, 

Samuel Swann, I., William Cocke, 

Samuel Swann, II., Frederick Jones, 

Joshua Grainger, Gov. Alexander Lillington. 

6. MISS HANNAH PATTISON BOLLES. 

115 South Fourth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Joseph Bolles. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Alexander McCulloch, Benjamin Hill, 

Thomas Davis. 

7. MISS MARY SUMNER KINGSBURY. 

211 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Richard Bland. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph Kingsbury, Sr., John Utie, 

Joseph Kingsbury, Jr., Joseph Blount, 

Gov. Richard Bennett, James Blount, 

Theodorick Bland, John Blount, 

William Randolph, Nicholas Crisp, 

Peter Ayer, John Pleasants, 

John Poythress, Richard Bland, Sr., 



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ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 35 

Peter Poythress, John Durant, 

George Durant, Miles Gary, 

Francis Poythress, 

8. MISS CAROLINE GREEN MEARES. 

208 Bolton Street, Savannah, Ga. 

Sixth in descent from Joshua Grainger, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Bradley, John Earl, Sr., 

Thomas Davis, John Earl, Jr. 

Alexander McGulloch, Benjamin Hill, 

9. MRS. JOHN HENRY BOATWRIGHT (Augusta Lane 

McPherson). 

519 North Street, Portsmouth, Va. 
Ninth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Rev. William Hill, 

William Hill, Richard Cornell, 

Arthur Mabson, Thomas Cornell. 

10. fMRS. EDWIN J. JUSTICE (Louisa Cutlar). 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Major Samuel Swann. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Frederick Jones, Sir John Yeamans, 

William Cocke, Gov. James Moore, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, John Baptista Ashe, 
Jehu Davis. 

11. MRS. JAMES HAL BOATWRIGHT (Mary London Miller). 

217 Dock Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Joshua Grainger. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Richard Bradley. 



36 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

12. MRS. JOHN WILDER ATKINSON (EUzabeth Andrews). 

20 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins, I. 

13. MRS. J. WILLIAMS MURCHISON (Lucy Hayes Atkinson). 

316 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from William Mayo. 

supplementary claims. 

John Mayo, Theodorick Bland, 

William Fitzhugh, William Randolph, 

John Taliaferro, Richard Bland, 

Gov. Richard Bennett, Francis Poythress, 

Peter Poythress. 

14. MRS. WILLIAM ARTHUR WILLIAMS (Jane Iredell Meares). 

118 South Fourth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from John Johnston. 

supplementary claims. 

John Alden, William Mullins, 

Epenetus Piatt, Sr., Benjamin Hill, 

Epenetus Piatt, Jr., William Pabody, 

Alexander McCuUoch, Jonas Wood, 

John Tredwell, Richard Denton, 

Constant Southworth, Thomas Davis. 

15. MISS ELIZABETH SAVAGE WADDELL. 

520 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

supplementary claims. 

Gov. James Moore, Maurice Moore, 

James Moore, Francis Nash, 

Roger Haynes, Peter Bulkeley, 

John Savage, Rev. Charles Chauncey, 

William Savage, Jonathan Prescott, 

Hugh Waddell, Edward Bulkeley. 



RC-LLS OF MEMBERSHIP 37 

16. MRS. WILLIAM CALDER (Alice London Boatwright). 
311 North Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 



17. §MRS. ERNEST VICTOR BALTZER (Annie E. Meares). 

[Transferred to the Georgia Society of the Colonial Dames.) 

[Transferred to the North Carolina Society of the Colonial Dames.) 

208 Bolton Street, E. Savannah, Ga. 

Sixth in descent from Joshua Grainger. 

supplementary claims. 

Richard Bradley, Alexander McCulloch, 

John Earl, Sr., Thomas Davis, 

John Earl, Jr., Benjamin Hill. 

18. MRS. WILLIAM H. GREEN (Frances IredeU Meares). 

213 Orange Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from John Johnston. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

John Alden, William MulHns, 

Epenetus Piatt, Sr., Benjamin Hill, 

Epenetus Piatt, Jr., William Pabody, 

Alexander McCulloch, Jonas Wood, 

John Tredwell, Richard Denton, 

Constant Southworth, Thomas Davis. 

19. MRS. EDWARD P. BAILEY (Annie Empie). 

313 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel John Lewis. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Bradley, Lawrence Washington, 

Augustine Warner, Sr., George Reade, 

Augustine Warner, Jr., Nathaniel Pope, 

Joshua Grainger, William Ball, 

Nicholas Martian, John Washington. 



38 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

20. MRS. CLAYTON GILES (Lucy Wright). 

305 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Walker, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joshua Grainger, Richard Quince, 

James Walker, John Quince, 

Sir James Wright. 

21. *MRS. EDWIN JUSTICE (Lila Cutlar). 

(Elected 1894.] 
[Died 1895.] 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Swann. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Frederick Jones, Sir John Yeamans, 

WilHam Cocke, Gov. James Moore, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, John Baptista Ashe, 
Jehu Davis. 

22. MRS. JOHN E. REINBURG (Louminor Mebane). 

Capitan, New Mexico. 

Sixth in descent from Alexander Mebane, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Woodson, William Randolph, 

Isham Randolph. 

23. MRS. WILLIAM GILMAN CURTIS (Margaret Johnston Colt) 

[Elected 1894.] 
Southport, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Samuel Coit. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Mydert Coerton, or Korten. 

24. MRS. PRESTON L. BRIDGERS (Elizabeth Haywood). 

102 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Colonel John Haywood. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 39 

25. MRS. GEORGE ROUNTREE (Meta Davis). 

Carolina Heights, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Thomas Polk, 

Samuel Swann, I., Robin Jones, 

John Baptista Ashe, Richard Eagles, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Jehu Davis. 

26. *MISS IDA N. MOORE. 

[Elected 1894.] 
[Died 1904.] 

Washington, D. C. 
Seventh in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Maurice Moore, 

Maurice Moore, William MacKenzie, 

Matthew Rowan. 



27. *MRS. JAMES E. HARVEY (Selina MacKenzie Moore). 

[Elected 1894.] 
[Died 1900.] 

Washington, D. C. 
Seventh in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Maurice Moore, 

Maurice Moore, William MacKenzie, 

Matthew Rowan. 

28. MRS. GABRIEL HOLMES (Susan Gibbs Mallett). 

[Elected 1895.] 

218 North Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Peter Mallett. 

supplementary CLAIM. 

William MacKenzie. 



40 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

29. MRS. TENCH C. COXE (Sarah Fotterall Potter). 

[Elected 1895.) 

Asheville, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Samuel Swann, I., 

WilHam Swann, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

William Hill, Frederick Jones, 

Joshua Grainger, William Cocke, 

Governor James Moore. 

30. MRS. NORWOOD GILES (Virginia Strong). 

[Elected 1895.) 

Boonton, N. J. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Swann, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Frederick Jones, William Cocke, 

Governor Alexander Lillington. 

31. MRS. JOHN B. BROADFOOT (Sarah Frances Bryan). 

(Elected 1895.) 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Tenth in descent from Roger Clapp. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Heritage, John Blount, H., 

John Heritage, James Blount, 

Martin Franck, Jacob Shepard, 

John Blount, L, John Simpson, 

John Bryan. 

32. MRS. EDMUND JONES LILLY (Elizabeth MacRae). 

[Elected 1895.! 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Fifteenth in descent from Elder William Brew^ster. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Jabez Hamlin, Thomas Whitmore, 

Giles Hamlin, Israhiah Wetmore, 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 4I 

John Hall, Richard Christopher, 

John Stow, Richard Cogdell, 

Robert Hinsdale. 

Tennessee. 

33. MRS. WILLIAM DUDLEY GALE (Katherine Polk). 

[Elected 1895.) 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Pollock. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Timothy Edwards, Rev. Thomas Hooker, 

Anthony Stoddard, Thomas Willett, 

Emanuel Downing, Thomas Polk. 

34. *MISS SOPHIA GIBBS CAMPBELL. 

[Elected 1895. J 
[Died 1908.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Peter Mallett. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William MacKenzie. 

35. MRS. HARRY SKINNER (Ella Emilia Monteiro). 

[Elected 1895.] 
Greenville, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Harris. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Harris, John Harris. 

Louisiana. 

36. MRS. FRANCIS DANIEL BLAKE (Sarah Hawkins Polk). 

[Elected 1895.) 

2231 Prytania Street, New Orleans, La. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Pollock. 

Louisiana. 

37. MRS. EDWARD CHAPMAN (Lucia Polk). 

[Elected 1895.] 

Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Polk. 



42 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

38. tMRS. FRANK WHITMAN RING (Frances Polk Gale). 

[Elected 1895.] 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Pollock. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Timothy Edwards, Rev. Thomas Hooker, 

Anthony Stoddard, Thomas Willett, 

Emanuel Downing, Thomas Polk. 

39. *MRS. WARREN G. ELLIOTT (Margaret Blow). 

[Elected 1896.] 

[Died 1910.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Waller. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Camm. 

40. MRS. JOHN B. GIBBLE (Augusta Jocelyn Moore). 

[Elected 1896.] 
Burlington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Roger Moore, 

Maurice Moore, George Moore, 

John Brown, James Brown, 

Thomas Brown, John Rowland, 

Governor John Carver. 

41. MRS. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEE (Jane Fleming Cutlar). 

[Elected 1896.] 
Fremont, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Swann, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Frederick Jones, William Cocke, 

Governor Alexander Lillington. 



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42. MRS. HERBERT SMITH (Carolyn W. Strange). 

[Elected 1896.) 

Carolina Apartment House, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, Jacob Johnston, 

Jonas Johnston. 

43. tMRS. ALFRED MOORE WADDELL (Gabrielle de Gondin 

de Rosset). 

[Elected 1896.] 

16 North Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 

supplementary claims. 

John Godfrey, Gov. James Moore, 

Henry Peronneau, Jr., Thomas Amy. 

44. tMRS. SPIER WHITAKER (Fanny de Berniere Hooper). 

[Elected 1896.] 
[Resigned 1908.] 

Fourth in descent from William Hooper, 
supplementary claims. 
Thomas Clark, Sr., Peter Mallett. 

45. MRS. M. F. H. GOUVERNEUR (Mary Fairfax Davis). 

[Elected 1896.] 

15 South Fourth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 
supplementary claims. 
Gov. James Moore, Jehu Davis, 

John Baptista Ashe, William Fairfax, 

Samuel Swann, I., Miles Cary, 

Gov. Alexander LilHngton, Archibald Cary, 
William Randolph. 

46. MRS. WALTER L. HOLT (Mary de Rosset). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Haymount, Fayetteville, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 



44 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

47. MRS. WALTER E. STORM (Maria Treat Kelly). 

[Elected 1896.] 

316 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Governor Robert Treat. 

48. MRS. PETER M. WILSON (Ellen Williams Hale). 

[Elected 1896.] 

1901 Q Street, Washington, D. C. 
Tenth in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Peter Mallett, William Haywood, 

Philemon Hawkins, Richard Cogdell. 

49. MRS. HENRY ADOLPHUS LONDON (Mary Norcott Bryan). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Heritage, John Blount, 

John Heritage, James Blount, 

Martin Franck, Jacob Shepard, 

John Blount, John Simpson, 

Roger Clapp. 

50. *MRS. J. L. BOATWRIGHT (Anne Taliaferro). 

[Elected 1896.] 
[Died 1908.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from James Taylor. 

51. §MRS. PEYTON H. HOGE (Mary Stuart HoUaday). 

[Elected 1896.] 

[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Kentucky.] 

Pewee Valley, Ky. 

Seventh in descent from John Holladay. 

supplementary claims. 

Zachery Lewis, William Smith, 

John Waller, John Boiling, 



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John Rolfe, William Randolph, 

Richard Kennon, Andrew Meade, 

Sir Richard Everard. 

52. MRS. JOHN D. BELLAMY, JR., (Mary Wright Giles). 

[Elected 1896.] 

323 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from William MacKenzie. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Joshua Grainger. 

53. MRS. JOHN W. HINSDALE (Ellen Devereux). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Tenth in descent from John Brown. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Thomas Willett, Anthony Stoddard, 

Rev. Thomas Hooker, Solomon Stoddard, 

Rev. James Pierrepont, Rev. Timothy Edwards, 

Emanuel Downing, Rev. Jonathan Edwards, 

Matthias Nicholl. 

54. MRS. ARMISTEAD JONES (Nannie Branch). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Governor John Harvey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., William Haywood, 

Jacob Blount, John Simpson, 

John Haywood, John Martin. 

Tennessee. 

55. fMRS. THOMAS SHAPARD WEBB (Mary Polk Yeatman). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Middlebrook, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, John Donelson. 



46 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

56. MRS. JAMES C. BRADFORD (Sarah Polk Jones). 

[Elected 1896.) 

1208 Demo nb rum Street, Nashville, Tenn. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Allen Jones, Thomas Polk, 

Nicholas Long, Philemon Hawkins, I., 

John Donelson, 

Florida. 

57. MRS. WILLIAM H. KNOWLES (Mary Daves Ellis). 

[Elected 1896.] 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Sixth in descent from William Eaton. 



58. fMRS. THOMAS SHEPARD WELLES (Rebecca Edwards 

Jones). 

[Elected 1896.) 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Sixth in descent from Robin Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Allen Jones, Thomas Polk, 

Nicholas Long, Philemon Hawkins, H,, 

John Donelson, L 

Florida. 

59. MISS CAROLINE MAYS BREVARD. 

[Elected 1896.] 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from John Brevard. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Davidson, Sir Richard Everard, 

Andrew Meade. 



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60. *MRS. ALEXANDER Q. HOLLADAY (Virginia Randolph 

Boiling). 

rElected 1897.) 
[Died 1899.) 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel John Rolling. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Boiling, Jr., Richard Randolph, Jr., 

Thomas Rolfe, William Randolph, 

John Rolfe, Richard Kennon, 

Richard Randolph, Sr., Andrew Meade, 

Sir Richard Everard. 

Tennessee. 

61. BARONNE DE CHARETTE (Antionette Wayne Polk). 

[Elected 1897.1 

Loure Inferieur, Cannes, France. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., Isaac Wayne, 

William Polk, John Culbertson, 

Benjamin Chambers. 

62. MISS MARGARET LITTLEJOHN KINGSBURY. 

[Elected 1897.) 

211 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Captain Joseph Kingsbury, Jr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph Kingsbury, Sr., Gov. Richard Bennett, 

Peter Ayer, John Pleasants, 

Peter Poythress, Miles Cary, 

John Poythress, James Blount, 

Francis Poythress, John Blount, 

Richard Bland, Joseph Blount, 

Richard Bland, Sr., John Utie, 

William Randolph, John Durant, 

Theodorick Bland, George Durant, 
Nicholas Crisp. 



48 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

63. fMRS. WILLIAM LATIMER (Margaret Iredell Meares). 

[Elected 1897.] 

126 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourtk in descent from John Johnston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Alden, Jonas Wood, 

John Tredwell, Rev. Richard Denton. 

Epenetus Piatt, Sr., WilHam Pabody, 

Epenetus Piatt, Jr., Alexander McCulloch, 

William Mullins, Benjamin Hill, 

Constant Southworth, Thomas Davis, 

64. MISS ELIZA WALKER MEARES. 

[Elected 1897.] 

126 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from John Johnston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Alden, Jonas Wood, 

John Tredwell, Rev. Richard Denton, 

Epenetus Piatt, Sr., William Pabody, 

Epenetus Piatt, Jr., Alexander McCulloch, 

William Mullins, Benjamin Hill, 

Constant Southworth, Thomas Davis. 

65. *MRS. MONTFORD McGEHEE (Sarah Polk Badger). 

[Elected 1897.) 
[Died 1903.) 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., Richard Cogdell, 

Gov. WilHam Bradford. 



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66. MRS. THOMAS C. JAMES (Eliza Alice Haughton). 

[Elected 1897.) 

i8ii Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Governor James Moore. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, WilHam Hill, 

Nathaniel Moore, Arthur Mabson, 

Richard Cornell. 

67. MRS. FREDERICK C. POISSON (Fannie Empie). 

[Elected 1897.] 

Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Lane, London, E. C, England. 
Eighth in descent from Colonel John Washington. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Lewis, Joshua Grainger, 

Richard Bradley, Nathaniel Pope, 

William Ball, Nicholas Martin, 

Augustine Warner, Sr., George Reade, 

Augustine Warner, Jr., Lawrence Washington. 

68. MRS. ANDREW HARRIS (Mary Wilcox Montgomery BoUes). 

[Elected 1897.] 

609 Dock Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Bolles. 

69. MRS. ROBERT STRANGE (Elizabeth Stone Buford). 

[Elected 1897.] 

510 Orange Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Zedekiah Stone. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Stone, John Ragsdale. 

70. MRS. PHILIP barton KEY (Annie Marie Washington 

Thornton). 

[Elected 1897.] 

Statesville, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Colonel John Washington. 
4 



50 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

71. MRS. NIXON N. DAVIS (Mary Dickinson Giles). 

[Elected 1897.) 

515 Orange Street, Wilmington, N, C. 
Sixth in descent from William MacKenzie. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Robert Walker. 



72. MRS. JOHN NEWLAND MAFFITT (Emma Hamblin Martin). 

[Elected 1897.) 

240 West 104th Street, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Spicer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Jacob Spicer, Sr., Christopher Dudley, Sr., 

John Spicer, John Martin. 

73. MISS SARA CROWTHER LIPPITT. 

[Elected 1897.) 

115 South Second Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from John Lippitt. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Moses Lippitt, Thomas Angell, 

Moses Lippitt, Rufus Barton, 

Randall Holden, John Greene. 

Louisiana. 

74. MISS CAROLINE S. JONES. 

[Elected 1897.] 

Springside, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia,- Pa. 

Sixth in descent from Elias Legardere. 



Louisiana. 

75. JMRS. WILLIAM E. HUGER (Elizabeth D. Polk). 

[Elected 1897.) 
[Resigned 1909.) 

1619 St. Mary's Street, New Orleans, La. 

Fourth in descent from Thomas Polk. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 5 1 

Louisiana. 

76. $MRS. JOSEPH JONES (Susan Rayner Polk). 

[Elected 1897.) 
[Resigned 1908.1 

1 1 38 Washington Avenue, New Orleans, La. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Pollock. 



77. *MRS. SUSAN G. LEWIS (Susan Green Kelly). 

[Elected 1897.) 
[Died 1901.1 

Statesville, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Leffingwell. 



78. MISS SUSAN E. COLLIER. 

[Elected 1897.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

WiUiam Whitfield, James Green, 

Needham Bryan. 

Illinois. 

79. MRS. ROGER MARCUS BASSETT (Frances Lewis). 

[Elected 1897.1 

808 Pine Grove Avenue, Chicago, 111. 

Fifth in descent from James Davis. 

supplementary claim. 

James Gorham. 

Arkansas. 

80. MRS. CALVIN W. CHERRY (Sarah B. Williamson). 

[Elected 1897.] 
Little Rock, Ark. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel Benjamin Hill. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph Montford, James Blount, 

Alexander McCulloch, John Blount, 

Robin Jones, Joseph Blount, 

Willie Jones, George Durant. 



52 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Arkansas. 
8i. MRS. HAMILTON HORNER (Caroline Polk). 

[Elected 1897.] 

Helena, Phillips County, Ark. 
Fifth in descent from General Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Polk. 

Louisiana. 

82. MRS. HENRY RICHARDSON LABOUISSE (Frances Devereux 

Huger). 

[Elected 1897.] 

4631 Prytania Street, New Orleans, La. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Pollock. 

Tennessee. 

83. MRS. WALKER KENNEDY (Sarah Beaumont Cannon). 

[Elected 1897.] 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Pollock. 

supplementary claim. 

Philip Livingston. 

Tennessee. 

84. MRS. THOMAS P. ALLISON (Clara McNeal). 

[Elected 1897.] 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Fourth in descent from Ezekiel Polk. 

85. *MRS. EDMUND JONES (Eugenia Lewis). 

[Elected 1897.] 
[Died 1897.] 

Lenoir, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from James Davis. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

James Gorham. 

Texas. 

86. MRS. JEFFERSON HUGHES GRAY (Cora Belle Cowan). 

[Elected 1897.) 

Austin, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from David Craig. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 53 

Alabama. 

87. MRS. EDWARD TAYLOR FOWLKES (Mary Rosaline Kent) 

[Elected 1897.1 

402 Union Street, Selma, Ala. 
Seventh in descent from Major John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Alston, Thomas Swann, 

Hugh Mason, Samuel Swann, I., 

Josiah Jones, Roger Jones, 

Ebenezer Kent, John Coolidge, 

John Palin, John Upham, 

Frederick Jones, William Swann, 

John Cotton, St. Leger Codd, 

John Woodson, George Lillington, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Robert Woodson, 
Alexander Spier. 

88. MISS MARY JOSEPH ARRINGTON. 

[Elected 1897.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, John Everitt, 

WiUiam Whitfield, John Blount, 

Barnabas McKinney, James Spruill. 

Tennessee. 

89. MISS PRUDENCE POLK. 

[Elected 1897.1 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Polk. 

Tennessee. 

90. MRS. JESSE ROWLAND NORTON (Eunice Polk). 

[Elected 1897.1 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Polk. 



54 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

91. MRS. WILLIAM THORPE (Margaret Engelhard Meares). 

[Elected 1897.] 
209 Nun Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Joshua Grainger, 

Gov. James Moore, Samuel Swann, I., 

William Hill, Samuel Swann, 11. , 

William Cocke, Alexander Lillington, 

Thomas Davis, Alexander McCulloch. 

Frederick Jones, William Swann, 
Benjamin Hill. 

92. JMISS MARY FREMONT MEARES. 

(Elected 1897.] 
[Resigned ) 

408 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from John Johnston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Langdon, John Alden, 

Thomas Halsey, John Tredwell, 

Joshua Grainger, William Ross, 

Moses John de Rosset, Epenetus Piatt. 



93. MRS. T. HALL McKOY (Margaret Young Anderson). 

[Elected 1897.] 

1679 Somal Street, New Orleans, La. 
Seventh in descent from Governor Alexander Lillington. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Roger Moore, 

Sir John Yeamans, John Haywood Howard, 

William Hill, John Porter. 



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Tennessee. 

94. *MRS. THOMAS RAWLINGS MYERS (Anne Eliza 

Blakemore). 

[Elected 1897.) 
[Died 1906.) 

Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Governor Richard Caswell. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Paul Barringer, WilHam Heritage, 

Martin Franck. 

95. MRS. WALDO W. WALTON (Fannie Everitt). 

[Elected 1897.) 

Statesville, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, Barnabas McKinney, 

William Whitfield, John Everitt, 

Needham Bryan. 

96. *MRS. WILLIAM CAPERS MUNDS (Eliza Anne Meares). 

[Elected 1897.] 
[Died 1903.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Samuel Swann, I., 

Gov. James Moore, Samuel Swann, II., 

William Hill, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

William Cocke, Joshua Grainger, 

Frederick Jones, Thomas Swann. 

Kentucky. 

97. *MRS. LYTLE BUCHANAN (Mary Russell Houston). 

[Elected 1897.] 

[Died ] 

Louisville, Ky. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Polk, Allen Jones, 

Robin Jones, Nicholas Long. 



56 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Texas. 

98. MRS. SAWNIE ROBERTSON (Ellen Boren). 

[Elected 1898.] 
Austin, Tex. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Dickson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Moore. 

Tennessee. 

99. §MRS. JOSEPH BRANCH (Mary Polk). 

[Elected 1898.] 

[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Mis3ouri|. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Fifth in descent from Robin Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Allen Jones, WilHam Polk, 

Thomas Polk, Nicholas Long. 

Alabama. 

100. MRS. FRANK W. GAINES (Cornelia Fitts). 

[Elected 1898.) 

Selma, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Major John Alston. 
Texas. 
loi. MISS MARY JOSEPHINE PALM. 

[Elected 1898.] 

Austin, Tex. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 

Alabama. 

102. MRS. SAMUEL G. WOOLF (Sarah Henley). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Demopolis, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Joseph John Alston. 

Alabama. 
103. MRS. JAMES FONTAINE MAURY (Madeleine Jones). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Mobile, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Jopin Burgwyn. 



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Alabama. 

104. MISS ELIZABETH ROYALL GROVES. 

[Elected 1898.] 

Selma, Ala. 
Seventh in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Alston, John Rolfe, 

William Randolph, John Palin, 

Theodorick Bland, George Taylor, 

Gov. Richard Bennett, Peter Feild, 

Richard Kennon, Henry Randolph, 

John Stith, Francis Epps, 

Robert Boiling, Richard Cocke, 
Robert Boiling. 

Tennessee. 

105. MISS MARY LOUISE BAXTER. 

[Elected 1898.] 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Joel Lane. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Tignal Jones. 

106. *MRS. AUGUSTUS M. LEWIS (Sara Matilda Gorham). 

[Elected 1898.] 

[Died ] 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from James Davis. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Gorham, Allan Suggs. 

107. MRS. JAMES SPRUNT (Luola Murchison). 

[Elected 1898.] 
400 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, William Whitfield, 

John Smith. 



58 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

108. MRS. ROBERT F. JACKSON (Mannie Louise Baxter). 

[Elected 1898.] 

1922 West End Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 
Sixth in descent from Joel Lane. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Tignal Jones. 

Alabama. 

109. *MRS. CHARLES W. DUNSTON (Edith Whitfield). 

[Elected 1898.] 
[Died ] 

Demopolis, Ala. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, WilHam Bryan, 

WiUiam Whitfield, Thomas Bonner, 

Needham Bryan, I. 

Alabama. 
no. MRS. NORMAN G. WINN (Natalie A. Whitfield). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Demopolis, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Needham Bryan, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, William Whitfield, 

William Bryan, Thomas Bonner, 

Needham Bryan, I. 

Alabama. 
III. MISS BESSIE WHITFIELD DUNSTON. 

[Elected 1898.] 

Demopolis, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Needham Bryan, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, William Bryan, 

William Whitfield, Thomas Bonner, 

Needham Bryan, I. 



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Alabama. 

112. MISS EDITH LOUISE DUNSTON. 

lElected 1898.) 

Demopolis, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Needham Bryan, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, William Bryan, I., 

William Whitfield, Thomas Bonner, 

Needham Bryan, I. 
Texas. 

113. MRS. JOSEPH P. MAHONEY (Nonie Boren). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Dallas, Tex, 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Dickson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Moore. 

Alabama. 

114. fMRS. HARRY TUTWILER INGE (Belle Peterson). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Mobile, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Needham Bryan, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Smith. 

Arkansas. 

115. §MRS. G. FREDERICK MARTIN (Sallie B. Martin). 

[Elected 1898.] 

[Transferred to the North Carolina Society of Colonial Dames.] 

[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Florida.] 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Sixth in descent from Major John Alston. 

Alabama. 

116. MRS. PHARES COLEMAN (Margaret Peterson). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Seventh in descent from Needham Bryan, I. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

John Smith, William Bryan, 

Needham Bryan, II., Thomas Bonner. 



6o SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Alabama. 

117. MRS. GEORGE WOLSEY VAN HOOSE (Emily Lee Martin). 

[Elected 1898.] 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Nicholas Faulcon. 

118. MRS. GASTON MEARES (Catharine de Rosset). 

[Elected 1898.] 

16 North Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Armand John de Rosset, Frederick Jones, 

William Lord, Sir John Yeamans, 

William Hill, Gov. James Moore, 

Samuel Swann, I,, John Sharpless, 

Samuel Swann, II., William Cocke. 

119. MRS. THEODORE F. DAVIDSON (Sallie Lindsay Carter). 

[Elected 1898.) 

Asheville, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Andrew Ward. 

Alabama. 

120. MRS. WARREN B. WATKINS (Pearl Banks). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Opelika, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel John Alston. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

James Alston, John Smith, 

Laurence Smith, William Strachey. 

Tennessee. 

121. MRS. MICHAEL CAMPBELL (Inez Sledge). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Tignal Jones. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 6l 

Mississippi. 

122. MRS. GEORGE C. HARRIS (Helen S. Johnston). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Vicksburg, Miss. 
Fifth in descent from John Johnston, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Johnston, II. 

Mississippi. 

123. MISS HELEN JOHNSTON HARRIS. 

(Elected 1899.) 
Vicksburg, Miss. 

Sixth in descent from John Johnston, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Johnston, II. 

Texas. 

124. MRS. HENRY L. HILGARTNER (Adela Bell Palm). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Austin, Tex. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Polk. 

125. MRS. M. A. BLAND (Margaret Simons Clarkson). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Ouldfield. 

supplementary claim. 

Benjamin Simons, Jr. 

Alabama. 

126. MRS. ALPHONSE STOLLEMERCK (Annie Erwin). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Greensboro, Ala. 

Seventh in descent from Robin Jones. 

supplementary claims. 

Allen Jones, Abram Wood, 

Peter Jones, John Tredwell, 

Nicholas Long, Epenetus Piatt, 

John Johnstone, John Alden. 



62 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

127. MISS SUSIE GENTRY. 

[Elected 1899.] 

Franklin, Williamson County, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Joel Lane. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Hinton, Jr., Tignal Jones, 

Thomas Stockett. 

Alabama. 

128. MISS ROSAMOND PETTUS WEAVER. 

[Elected 1899.) 

Selma, Ala. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Robert Rutherford. 



Tennessee. 

129. MRS. JOHN WILLIAM HOWARD (Lucia Branch). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Columbia, Tenn. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Thomas Polk. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Polk, Nathaniel Edwards, 

Robin Jones, John Branch. 

Nicholas Long, John Simpson. 

130. *MRS. ARTHUR B. SKELDING (Dorothy Ames). 

[Elected 1899.] 
[Died 1904.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Phillipe de la Noye. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS, 

Johnson Delano, John Sherman, 

Samuel Sherman, Richard Warren. 



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131. MRS. EDWIN PEARSON PARKER (Mary Lillington 
Hardin). 

[Elected 1899.] 
1832 Ontario Place, N. W., Washington, D, C. 

Seventh in descent from Major Alexander Lillington. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, John Porter, 

Gov. James Moore, Jehu Davis, 

Roger Moore, Arthur Mabson, 

WilHam Hill, Richard Cornell. 



Nezv York. 
132. MRS. WILLIAM PEEK PARISH (Clara Weaver). 

[Elected 1899.] 

56 West 54th Street, New York City. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Robert Rutherford. 



133. MISS ATHALIA LORD. 

[Elected 1899.] 

63 Clayton Street, Asheville, N. C, 
Sixth in descent from William Lord. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Hill, William Cocke, 

Frederick Jones, Alexander Lillington, 

Samuel Swann, L, Sir John Yeamans, 

Governor James Moore. 

134. MRS. WALTER L. PARSLEY (Agnes MacRae). 

[Elected 1899.] 

711 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Governor Thomas Mayhew. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Thomas Mayhew, Joseph Norton, 

Sylvester Norton. 



64 , SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

135. MISS ANN POTTER KIDDER. 

[Elected 1899.] 

121 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from James Kidder. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Reuben Kidder, Ephraim Jones, 

Richard Beares, Edward Rice, 

George Hubbard, WilHam Hartwell, 

Jonas Jones. 

Alabama. 

136. MRS. JOSEPH SYDNEY ROBBINS (Lucia Weaver). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Selma, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel Robert Rutherford. 

Kentucky. 

137. MRS. JOHN L. HELM (Lucy A. Washington). 

[Elected 1899.] 

1523 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 
Eighth in descent from James Washington. 

Alabama. 

138. *MRS. J. M. HOBSON (Sallie Pearson). 

[Elected 1899.] 
[Died ,] 

Greensboro, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

139. MRS. JAMES A. BRYAN (Julia Rush Olmstead). 

[Elected 1899.] 

New Bern, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from John Stockton. 

supplementary claim. 

Richard Stockton. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 65 

140. MRS. CARLE A. WOODRUFF (Effie Hicks Haywood). 

[Elected 1899.] 

Fort Slocum, New Rochelle, New York. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Haywood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Haywood, Augustus Graham, 

Philemon Hawkins, Lewis Morris, 

James Graham, John Hicks, 

Thomas Hicks. 

141. MRS. ARCHIBALD B. GWATHMEY (Emma Murchison). 

[Elected 1899.) 

49 West 72d Street, New York. 
Eighth in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, I., William Whitfield, 

John Smith. 

142. *MISS ANNIE DICKSON KENAN. 

[Elected 1899.] 
[Died 1906.) 

Kenansville, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from General James Kenan. 

143. MRS. GILMER BRENIZER (Ellen Wright Waddell). 

[Elected 1899.] 

"Brunswick,'' Washington, D. C. 
Sixth in descent from General Hugh Waddell. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, John Thomas, 

Sir John Yeamans, Francis Nash, 

James Moore. 

Tennessee. 

144. *MRS. WILLIAM J. BASS (Ida Maddin). 

[Elected 1899.] 
[Died 1908.] 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Fifth in descent from Henry Downes. 
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66 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

145. MRS. JOSIAH B. SOLOMON (Mary Melissa Burges). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Henderson, Ky. 
Fifth in descent from Judge John Alston. 



146. MRS. THOMAS H. WRIGHT (Mary Catharine Fulton). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Portsmouth, Va. 
Eighth in descent from Colonel William Rhett. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Robert Wright, James Haskell, 

John Ancrum. 

147. MRS. JOHN D. ROSE (Alice Hamilton Young). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Henderson, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Philemon Hawkins. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Haywood, John Haywood. 



148. MRS. WILLIAM D. HILLIARD (Mary Duffield). 

[Elected 1899.) 

Asheville, N. C. 
Tenth in descent from Colonel Edward Scarborough. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Custis, William Whitington, 

John Custis, William Kendall, 

Edmund Scarborough. 

Alabama. 

149. *MRS. PRELATE DEMICK BARKER (Joanna Elizabeth 

Ferguson). 

[Elected 1899.) 
[Died 1910.) 

Mobile, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Rutherford. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 6/ 

Alabama. 

150. t*MRS. J. p. FURNESS (Mary Emily Fitts). 

[Elected 1899.) 
[Died 1 

Farmsdale, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Nicholas Faulcon. 

Texas. 

151. JMRS. JAMES JOYCE ARTHUR (Glenn Dora Fowler). 

[Elected 1899.1 
[Resigned j 

Austin, Tex. 

Fourth in descent from Godfrey Fowler. 

152. *MRS. THEODORE FRANKLIN KLUTTZ (Sallie Caldwell). 

[Elected 1899.1 
[Died 1908.1 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Davis Reese. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Sharpe. 

Alabama. 

153. MISS EMILY FLORENCE FERGUSON. 

(Elected 1899.1 

Selma, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Rutherford. 

154. tMRS. ANDREW McLEAN PARKER (Kate de Rosset). 

[Elected 1900.1 
[Resigned 1907.1 

New York. 
Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Lord, Sir John Yeamans, 

William Hill, Gov. James Moore, 

Frederick Jones, Samuel Swann, I., 

Thomas Cocke, Samuel Swann, II. 



68 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

155. tMRS. PHILIP THEODORE LOVERING (Susan Kidder 

Meares). 

[Elected 1900.] 

37 Morse Avenue, Rutherford, N. J. 
Ninth in descent from James Claypoole. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Joshua Grainger, 

WilHam Hill, Samuel Swann, I., 

WilHam Cocke, Samuel Swann, II., 

Frederick Jones, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Tennessee. 

156. *MRS. CHARLES W. SPRUILL (Elizabeth Edwards). 

[Elected 1900.] 
[Died 1906.] 

Tennessee. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel William Eaton. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Eaton, Arthur Allen, 

Richard Cocke, Laurence Baker, 

James Bray. 

157. MRS. GEORGE G. THOMAS (Minerva Jones). 

[Elected 1900.) 

319 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Robin Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Allen Jones, Nicholas Long. 

158. MRS. HENRY ARMAND LONDON (Bettie Louise Jackson). 

[Elected 1900.] 

Pittsboro, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Christopher Hussey, Tristram Coflfyn, 

Samuel Spencer, John Rowland, 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 69 

Hezekiah Brainerd, William Worth, 

John Gardner, James Daniel, 

Thomas Kearney. 

159. MRS. JOHN H. ANDERSON (Lucy Worth London). 

[Elected 1900.] 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Rev. Hezekiah Brainerd, 

Samuel Swann, I., Samuel Spencer, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Christopher Hussey, 
John Alston, John Rowland, 

Tristram Coffyn. 

160. §MRS. ELVIRA WORTH MOFFITT (Elvira E. Worth). 

[Elected 1900.] 
[Transferred to Virginia Society of Colonial Damea.] 

509 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 
Eighth in descent from Christopher Hussey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Stephen Batchelder, John Gorham, 

John Howland, Tristram Coffyn, 

Thomas Macey, John Gardner, 

WilHam Worth, James Daniel. 

161. *MRS. KENNETH M. MURCHISON (Katherine Williams). 

[Elected 1900.] 
[Died 1912.] 

400 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, William Whitfield, 

John Smith. 

162. MRS. WILLIAM LANIER HILL (Mary Lou Brown). 

[Elected 1900.] 

Warsaw, N. C. 
Third in descent from General Thomas Brown. 



70 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

163. MRS. D. SHELBY WILLIAMS (Mary Washington). 

[Elected 1900.) 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Sixth in descent from James Washington. 

164. tMRS. BEN. W. MOORE (Catherine Badger). 

[Elected 1900.) 

310 South Dawson Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Governor William Bradford. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Cogdell, William Bryan, 

William Haywood, Philemon Hawkins, 

John Haywood, William Gray, 

Needham Bryan. 

Alabama. 

165. MRS. CHARLES S. STICKNEY (Mary Sledge). 

[Elected 1900.] 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel Needham Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, Thomas Bonner. 

Florida. 

166. MRS. JAMES HENRI LA ROCHE (Letitia Shepard). 

[Elected 1900.) 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from Jacob Shepard. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, James Blount. 

167. *MRS. HERBERT LUTTERLOH (Anna McRee). 

[Elected 1900.] 
[Died 1908.) 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Ashe. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Samuel Swann, 

Sir John Yeamans, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP Jl 

William Hill, John Fergus, 

John Porter, Gov. Edmund Jennings, 

Zedekiah Stone. 



i68. MRS. JOHN S. WATTERS (Kate Lord). 

[Elected 1900.] 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from William Lord. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Hill, Sir John Yeamans, 

William Cocke, Samuel Swann, I., 

Gov. James Moore, Frederick Jones, 

Governor Alexander Lillington. 

169. tMRS. H. B. FOWLER (Sadie Caroline Clarkson). 

(Elected 1900.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Ouldfield. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Benjamin Simons, Jr. 

170. MRS. JAMES L. HARPER (Fannie McKerall Perry). 

[Elected 1900.] 

Elberton, Ga. 
Sixth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

171. MISS JULIA JOHNSTON ROBERTSON. 

[Elected 1901.] 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Colonel James Johnston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Davidson, William Sharpe, 

Peter Epes, David Reese. 



72 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

172. MRS. WALTER SCOTT LIDDELL (Helen Ogden). 

[Elected 1901.] 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from John Ogden. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Ogden. 

173. MRS. JOHN M. MILLER, JR., (Nannie L. Otey). 

[Elected 1901.1 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from James Patton. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Wilham Preston. 



174. MRS. HENRY M. FLAGLER (Mary Lily Kenan). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Palm Beach, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from James Kenan. 



175. MRS. WILLIAM OSCAR SHANNON (Alice Blount Cooper). 

[Elected 1901.] 
Henderson, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from Honorable James Blount. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

John Blount, Samuel Smith. 



176. MRS. WALTER ROBERTSON TALIAFERRO (Caroline Davis 
Lippitt). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from John Lippitt. 

supplementary claims. 

Moses Lippitt, Thomas Angell, 

Moses Lippitt, Jr., Rufus Barton, 

Randall Holden, John Greene. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 73 

Texas. 

177. MRS. LUCIUS JUNIUS POLK (Daisy Cantrell). 

[Elected 1901.] 

1502 31st Street, Galveston, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from Stephen Cantrell, Sr. 

178. MRS. BREVARD DAVIDSON SPRINGS (Caroline Clarkson). 

[Elected 1901.1 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Ouldfield. 

supplementary claim. 

Benjamin Simons, Jr. 

179. *MRS. BALDY A. CAPEHART (Lucy Catharine Moore). 

[Elected 1901.] 
[Died 1908.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Third in descent from Nathan Boddie. 

180. MRS. DONALD MacRAE (Monimia Cary Davis). 

[Elected 1901.1 

75 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

supplementary claims. 

Gov. James Moore, Jehu Davis, 

John Baptista Ashe, WilHam Fairfax, 

Samuel Swann, I., Miles Cary, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Archibald Cary, 
William Randolph. 

181. tMRS. E. M. BREVARD (Elizabeth Caroline Robertson). 

[Elected 1901.] 

417 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel James Johnston, 
supplementary claims. 
John Davidson, William Sharpe, 

David Reese, Peter Epes. 



74 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

182. MRS. ALEXANDER BOYD ANDREWS (Julia Martha 

Johnston). 

[Elected 1901.] 

407 North Blount Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from John Davidson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Johnston, William Sharpe. 

183. tMRS. WILLIAM M. MARKS (Jane Hawkins Andrews). 

[Elected 1901.) 

525 South Perry Street, Montgomery, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from John Davidson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Johnston, William Sharpe, 

Philemon Hawkins, I. 

184. MRS. J. H. CURRIE (Lucy Jackson). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Judge Samuel Spencer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Hezekiah Brainerd, John Rowland, 

John Alston, William Worth, 

Thomas Kearney, James Daniel, 

Christopher Hussey, John Gardner, 

Tristram Coffyn. 

185. MRS. WILLIAM BLACKBURN WILSON (Isabella Hinton 

Miller), 

[Elected 1901.] 
Rock Hill, S. C. 

Fourth in descent from John Hinton. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Washington, Augustine Warner, Jr., 

Lawrence Washington, Nicholas Martian, 

Henry Willis, George Reade, 

Augustine Warner, Sr., John Lewis, 

Nathaniel Pope. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 75 

186. MRS. DEVEREUX HAIGH LIPPITT (Margaret Walthour). 

[Elected 1901.1 

Schlerfmuehle 27, Bremen, Germany. 
Fifth in descent from John Stevens. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Maxwell. 

187. MISS SYBIL HYATT. 

lEIected 1901.) 
Kinston, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Captain Isaac Gale. 

188. MISS FANNY BRANDON MOORE. 

(Elected 1901.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from John Davidson. 

supplementary claim, 

Alexander Osborne. 

Louisiana. 

189. MISS JEANNETTE BALLARD. 

[Elected 1901.] 

6104 First Street, New Orleans, La. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Ashton. 

supplementary claims. 

Thomas Pugh, William Whitmell, 

Joseph John Williams. 

190. MRS. J. M, HECK (Mattie A. Callendine). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Judge Richard Betts. 

Texas. 

191. MRS. HENRY A, LANDES (Mary Elizabeth Lockart). 

[Elected 1901.] 

1604 Avenue E, Galveston, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from John McKnitt Alexander. 



76 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

192. MRS. CHARLES WILLING BEALE (Maria Parker Taylor). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Arden, Buncombe County, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel George Taylor. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Taylor, Jonathan Gibson, 

John Catlett. 

193. fMRS. C. E. RAYNAL (Mary Graham Morrison). 

[Elected 1901.) 

Statesville, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Major John Davidson. 

194. MRS. JOHN WALTER MILLER (Ida L. Williams). 

(Elected 1901.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel John Brandon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Matthew Brandon, John Paul Barringer, 

Thomas Armstrong. 

Tennessee. 

195. MRS. FELIX GRUNDY EWING (Jane Washington). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Glenraven, Robertson County, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from James Washington. 

Alahmna. 

196. MRS. LEMUEL ORAH DAWSON (Margaret Lewis). 

[Elected 1901.] 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from David Reese. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Thomas Polk. 

Alabama. 

197. MRS. RICHARD HENRY CARTER (Sarah Prince). 

[Elected 1902.] 

1 105 Twelfth Avenue, South Birmingham, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Haywood. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 77 

198. tMRS. GEORGE STEPHENS (Sophie Converse Myers). 

lElected 1902.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Adam Alexander. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John springs, WilHam Pickett. 

199. §MISS EMMA MOREHEAD WHITFIELD. 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Transferred to the Virginia Society of Colonial Dames.] 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from William Whitfield, II. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Bryan, Edmund Hatch, 

Thomas Bonner, Lemuel Hatch, 

Jeduthan Harper. 

200. §MRS. GEORGE TAYLOE WINSTON (Caroline Sophia 

Taylor). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Transferred to North Carolina from New Hampshire and Texas.] 

Asheville, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Captain Thomas Taylor. 

201. MISS VIOLET GRAHAM ALEXANDER. 

[Elected 1902.] 

400 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from John McKnitt Alexander. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Davidson, Alexander Osborne, 

Moses Winslow, Joseph John Williams. 

Texas. 

202. MRS. HOWARD F. SMITH (Mamie Brown). 

[Elected 1902.] 
2204 Main Street, Houston, Tex. 

Sixth in descent from John Haywood. 



78 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

203. MRS. WILSON G. LAMB (Virginia Louisa Costen). 

[Elected 1902.] 

Williamston, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Frederick Jones. 



204. jMRS. CARL K. BACON (Eleanor Warfield Kenly). 

[Elected 1902.] 

Winchester, Mass. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Greenbury. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Edward Dorsey, George Wells, 

John Dorsey, Nicholas Gassaway, 

Henry Ridgley, Thomas Claggett, 

Thomas Worthington, Richard Wells, 

Robert Ridgely. 

Mississippi. 

205. MRS. CONWAY C. WYATT (Irma Grey Ridley). 

[Elected 1902.1 

Meridian, Miss. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Ridley. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Broomfield Ridley. 



206. MISS MARY CALLUM WILEY. 

[Elected 1902.] 

523 Spruce Street, Winston, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Judge James Moore, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Moore, Jr., Isaac Sharp, 

Sharp Delany. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 79 

207. *MRS. WILLIAM ALPHONSO WITHERS (Elizabeth 

Witherspoon Daniel). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Died 1905.1 

609 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Eleventh in descent from William Bradford. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Bradford, Thomas White, 

John Whiting, Shepard Kollock, 

Frederick Jones, John Witherspoon. 

208. MRS. JAMES RAVENEL SMITH (Mabel Shippie Clarke). 

[Elected 1902.) 

39 East Tenth Street, New York City. 
Eighth in descent from William Park. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Rowland, Daniel Gookin, 

Evert Jansen Wendell, Edmund Quincy, 

Abraham Staes or Staate, Henry Flint, 
Johannes P. Van Brugh, John Brown, 

Robert Stetson. 

209. MRS. ALFRED THOMPSON (Laura Love). 

[Elected 1902.) 
317 New Bern Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Henderson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richardson Henderson, James McCoy, 

Joab Haughton. 

210. *MRS. HUGH JONES LOVICK (Margaret Clark). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Died 1907.) 

Scranton, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Bonner. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

James Bonner. 



8o SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

211. MISS SALLIE BADGER HOKE. 

[Elected 1902.] 

556 North Broad Street, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Fourth in descent from Moses Alexander. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Henderson, John Gorham, 

Samuel Henderson, John Howland, 

William Worth, Christopher Hussey, 

Thomas Macey, Stephen Batchelder, 

Tristram Coffyn. 

Louisiana. 

212. *MRS. ROBERT PERRY DUNCAN (Lucie Oliver Harris). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Died 1 

Lousiana. 
Eighth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

Texas. 

213. MRS. FRANCIS LEWIS PRICE (Caroline C. Beall). 

[Elected 1902.] 

2610 Guadalupe Street, Austin, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Joseph Dickson. 



Texas. 
214. MRS. ROBERT W. KNOX (Pearl Wallis). 

[Elected 1902.) 

2303 Main Street, Houston, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from John McKnitt Alexander. 



215. MRS. CLARK WARING (Malvina Sarah Black). 

[Elected 1902.] 

1426 Laurel Street, Columbia, S. C. 
Fourth in descent from Major Robert Gilliam. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 8l 

Alabama. 

216. MRS. J. G. THOMAS (Harriet Ellison). 

[Elected 1902.] 

800 Government Street, Mobile, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from James Ellison. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS, 

Alderson Ellison, Joseph Tripp, 

Francis de la Mare, Nicholas Daw. 

217. *MRS. GARLAND JONES (Florence Monterey Hill). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Died 1906.] 

531 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Nicholas Long. 

218. MRS. JOSEPH REDINGTON CHAMBERLAIN (Hope 

Summerell). 

[Elected 1902.] 

West Raleigh, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Eliot. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Jared Eliot. 

219. MRS. HUBERT HAYWOOD (Emily Ryan Benbury). 

[Elected 1902.] 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from Captain Thomas Cullen. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Blount, Edward Bryan, 

John Blount, Patrick Bailey, 

Thomas West, Thomas Benbury, 

Christopher Gales. 
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82 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

220. MRS. JAMES J. THOMAS (Lula Olive Felt). 

[Elected 1902.) 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Talcott. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Talcott, Edward Holyoke, 

Nathaniel Talcott, Elizur Holyoke, 

William Pychou. 



221. MISS REBECCA WASHINGTON. 

[Elected 1902.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from James Washington. 



222. *MRS. WALTER CLARK (Susan Washington Graham). 

[Elected 1902.] 
[Died 1909.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from William Heritage. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Davidson. 

223. MRS. THOMAS J. JARVIS (Mary Woodson). 

[Elected 1902.] 

Greenville, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Captain Thomas Harris. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Harris, John Harris. 

224. MRS. JOHN PHIFER ALLISON (Annie Craige). 

[Elected 1902.) 

Concord, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Major Martin Phifer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Matthew Locke. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 83 

225. MRS. J. M. ODELL (Addie Allison). 

(Elected 1902.] 

Concord, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Major Martin Phifer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM, 

Matthew Locke. 



226. MISS NANINE AMIETTA BRADLEY. 

[Elected 1902.] 

226 West President Street, Savannah, Ga. 
Fourth in descent from Richard Bradley. 



Louisiana. 

227. MRS. ALLEN TUPPER (Mary Whitmell Ballard). 

[Elected 1902.) 

1586 Exposition Building, New Orleans, La. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Thomas Pugh. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Thomas Whitmell, Philip Alston, 

John Alston, Joseph John Williams. 

228. MRS. JOHN STYLES BIRD (Pattie Ann Cox). 

[Elected 1902.] 

98 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, S. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel William Eaton. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Thomas Haynes. 

229. MRS. IVAN M. PROCTER (Lucy Briggs Marriott). 

[Elected 1902.) 
800 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Elisha Battle. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Barnabas McKinney, John Sumner. 



84 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES, 

230. MRS. COLUMBUS BENJAMIN STEPHENSON (Florence 

Doty). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Benajah Doty. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Doty, Jacob Johnston, 

Baron Zollicoffer. 

Alabama. 

231. fMRS. CHARLES JORDAN SMITH (Annie Molton). 

[Elected 1903.] 
[Resigned 1909.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Haywood. 

supplementary CLAIM. 

William Haywood. 



232, MRS. HARRY LOEB (Bessie Armistead Batchelor). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Nicholas Long. 



233. MISS ALETHEA COLLINS. 

[Elected 1903.] 

102 1 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Seventh in descent from Colonel William Eaton. 

supplementary claims. 

Allen Jones, Robert Jones, 

Nicholas Long. 

Louisiana. 

234. fMRS. ANDREW STEWART (Maria Armstrong). 

[Elected 1903.] 

1313 Philip Street, New Orleans, La. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERS 85 

Alabama. 

235. MISS LEONE ROBINSON. 

[Elected 1903.) 
Anniston, Ala. 

Fifth in descent from William Eaton. 



236. MRS. JUNIUS DAVIS (Mary Cowan). 

[Elected 1903.] 
312 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from John Stone. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Zedekiah Stone, Robert Walker. 

237. MRS. EDWIN C. HOLT (Dolores G. Stevens). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Carolina Heights, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Capers. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Thomas Bullen. 



238. t*MRS. J. H. WILBURN (Mary Love Stringfield). 

[Elected 1903.] 
[Died .] 

Waynesville, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Williams. 



239. MRS. THOMAS MURPHY (Kate Kendall Worth). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Worth. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Tristram Coffyn, Rev. Stephen Batchelder, 

John Rowland, Thomas Macey, 

John Gardner, James Coffyn, 

Christopher Hussey, John Gorham. 



86 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

240. MRS. HERIOT CLARKSON (Mary Osborne). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Governor James Moore. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Alexander Osborne. 



241. MRS, PEMBROKE JONES (Sarah Green). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Airlie, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins, II. 



242. MRS. JOHN H. VAN LANDINGHAM (Mary Oates Spratt). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Captain Robert Alexander. 



243. MRS. ROBERT DICKSON CRONLY (Mary Ann Hill). 

[Elected 1903.) 

Petersburg, Va. 

Sixth in descent from Governor James Moore. 

supplementary claims. 

Sir John Yeamans, William Hill, 

Nathaniel Moore, Arthur Mabson, 

Richard Cornell. 

Alabama. 

244. MRS. ROBERT D. JOHNSTON (Lizzie Johnson Evans). 

[Elected 1903.] 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Fourth in descent from Jeduthan Harper. 



245. MRS. CHARLES P. BOLLES (Marie Louise DuBrutz). 

[Elected 1903.] 

215 North Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Third in descent from Captain John Montgomery. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 87 

246. MRS. BEVERLY CAMERON COBB (Mary Wright), 

[Elected 1903.] 

Lincolnton, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Colonel William Rhett. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Robert Wright, Robert Walker, 

Gov. Sir James Wright, James Walker, 

James Haskell, Joshua Grainger, 

John Ancrum, Richard Quince, 

Charles Berry, John Quince. 



Texas. 
247. MRS. JOHN M. BENNETT (Elizabeth Bonneau Noble). 

[Elected 1903.] 

San Antonio, Tex. 
Fifth in descent from Baron Christopher de Graffenried. 



248. MRS. M. H. BAGLEY (Minnie Haywood). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Alamo, 1223 Twelfth Street, Washington, D. C. 
Fourth in descent from Philemon Hawkins, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Haywood, William Haywood. 



249. MRS. FITZHUGH McMASTER (Elizabeth Sheppard Waring). 

[Elected 1903.] 

1428 Laurel Street, Columbia, S. C. 
Fifth in descent from Major Robert Gillam. 

Alabama. 

250. tMRS. CHARLES E. SHEPARD (Adelaide Wade). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Anniston, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel William Eaton. 



88 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

251. MRS. GEORGE PRATT COTCHETT (Lossiede Rosset Myers). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Armand John de Rosset, Samuel Swann, 

William Lord, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

William Hill, William Cocke, 

Frederick Jones, Gov. James Moore, 

Sir John Yeamans. 



252. MRS. J. F. JORDAN (Mary Wright WaddeU). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Third in descent from General Hugh Waddell. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. Sir James Wright, Gov. James Moore, 

James Walker, Maurice Moore, 

Robert Walker, Roger Haynes, 

Joshua Grainger, Francis Nash, 

Richard Quince, Sir John Yeamans. 

Tennessee. 

253. MRS. ROBERT J. GORDON (Louisa Henrietta Cochrane). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Franklin, Wilson County, Tenn. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel William Gilbert. 



254. MRS. FRANK SHEPHERD SPRUILL (Alice Capehart 
Winston). 

[Elected 1903.] 
642 Falls Road, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Smithwick. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Charlton. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 89 

Mississippi. 

255. MISS AUGUSTA REESE SHUFORD. 

[Elected 1903.1 

Holly Springs, Miss. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Alston, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Alston. 

Texas. 

256. MRS. LEE BERNARD COUNSELMAN (Mary Lu Brodrick). 

[Elected 1903.) 

Chalmers-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Ninth in descent from Governor John Harvey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. Thomas Harvey, James Blount, 

John Harvey, John Blount, 

Thomas Bonner. 

Texas. 

257. MRS. LOUIS J. WORTHAM (Fru Becton). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Dickson. 

Alabama. 

258. MISS ELIZABETH KNOTT. 

[Elected 1903.) 

900 Dauphin Way, Mobile, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Haywood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Haywood. 

Tennessee. 

259. MRS. PHILIP AUGUSTUS FITTS (Sophia Holland Cochrane). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Franklin, Wilson County, Tenn. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel William Gilbert. 



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260. MISS SARAH GRAHAM KENAN. 

[Elected 1903.) 

202 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from General James Kenan. 



261. MRS. FRANKLIN McNEILL (Jennie Elliott). 

Elected 1903.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, William Whitfield, 

John Smith. 

262. MRS. JOHN T. RANKIN (Eliza Stevenson). 

[Elected 1903.] 

323 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel Edward Ward. 

263. tMRS. DERRILL HART McCOLLOUGH (Lottie Caldwell). 

[Elected 1903.) 

Empire, Canal Zone, Isthmus of Panama. 
Fourth in descent from William Sharpe. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

David Reese, Thomas Polk, 

Robert Alexander. 

Texas. 

264. MRS. HARRY DENISON BROWN (Jeanne Valliant Brahan). 

[Elected 1903.] 

107 East Park Avenue, San Antonio, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from General Matthew Locke. 

265. MRS. HARRY SWENTZEL ROBINSON (Carrie Dancey 

Furman). 

[Elected 1903.] 

2107 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Fifth in descent from Major Green Hill, Jr. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 9I 

266. MISS CARRIE THOMAS MOORE. 

[Elected 1903.) 

1500 Market Street, Wilmington, N, C. 
Eighth in descent from Honorable John Brown. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Brown, Gov. John Carver, 

Thomas Brown, John Rowland, 

Maurice Moore, Sir John Yeamans, 

Roger Moore, Gov. James Moore, 

George Moore. 

267. MRS. HORACE C. PRINCE (Susan Brent Haggin). 

(Elected 1903.] 
319 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel George Taylor. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

James Taylor, 

Texas. 

268. MRS. HENRY TERRELL (Kate Brahan). 

[Elected 1903.] 

Terrell Hills, P, 0. Box 1007, San Antonio, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from Matthew Locke. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Haywood, Egbert Haywood. 

Kentucky. 

269. MRS. JOHN CALDWELL DAVIDSON (Julia Hawks Govan). 

[Elected 1903.] 

1 12 1 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. 

Seventh in descent from William Eaton. 

270. MRS. AMOS J. WALKER (Alice Williams). 

[Elected 1904.] 

400 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel John Brandon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Matthew Brandon, John Paul Barringer, 

Thomas Armstrong. 



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271. fMRS. HAMILTON I. DePASS (Ethel Marshall). 

[Elected 1904.] 

500 Woodrow Avenue, Columbia, S. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Baptista Ashe. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Ashe, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Gov. James Moore, Gov. Abner Nash, 

Maurice Moore, Frederick Jones, 

Samuel Swann, I., Gov. William Bradford, 

William Whiting. 

272. MRS. HENRY HOWZE McLENDON (Margie Ashe Lockhart). 

[Elected 1904.) 
Wadesboro, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Baptista Ashe. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Ashe, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Gov. James Moore, Gov. Abner Nash, 

Samuel Swann, I., Frederick Jones, 

Maurice Moore, Gov. William Bradford, 

William Whiting. 

California. 

273. JMRS. WILLIAM H. BEATTY (Elizabeth Macay Love). 

[Elected 1904.] 
[Resigned .] 

2409 Octavia Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Henderson, 
supplementary claims. 
James Macay, Samuel Henderson. 

California. 

274. tMRS. BROOKE MAYNARD WRIGHT (Alice Margaret 

Beatty). 

[Elected 1904.] 

[Resigned ] 

2245 Union Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Henderson, 
supplementary claims. 
James Macay, Joab Haughton, 

Samuel Henderson. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 93 

Louisiana. 

275. MRS. WILLIAM BARROW RATCLIFF (Elizabeth Bryan 
Pugh). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Locust Grove Plantation, Napoleonville, La. 
Third in descent from Colonel Thomas Pugh. 



276. MRS. W. H. PLEASANTS, JR., (Missouri Florida Alston). 

[Elected 1904.1 

Louisburg, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph John Alston, Jeremiah Symons. 

277. MRS. WILLIAM GOODMAN (Florence Hardin). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Ninth in descent from Colonel Edward Watters. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Samuel Cornell. 

Florida. 

278. MRS. SAMUEL TATE (Elizabeth Jones Carnes). 

[Elected 1904.) 

203 South Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla. 
Sixth in descent from Honorable James Blount. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, Joseph Blount, 

George Durant. 

Florida. 

279. MRS. SUMTER de LEON LOWRY (William Robards Miller). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Tampa, Fla. 
Fourth in descent from John Hinton, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Washington, Augustine Warner, Sr., 

Lawrence Washington, Augustine Warner, Jr., 



94 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Henry Willis, George Reade, 

Nicholas Martian, John Lewis, 

Nathaniel Pope. 

Mississippi. 
280. §MRS. FREDERICK G. HUNTINGTON (Frances Crawford 
Shuford). 

[Elected 1904.) 
[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Ohio.) 

Holly Springs, Miss. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Alston, 



281. MRS. JOSEPHUS DANIELS (Addie Worth Bagley). 

[Elected 1904.] 

125 East South Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Captain Christopher Hussey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Stephen Batchelder, John Gorham, 
John Howland, Tristram Coffyn, 

Thomas Macey, John Gardner, 

William Worth, James Daniel 

MacRora Scarborough. 



282. MRS. WILLIAM H. BAGLEY (Adelaide Ann Worth). 

[Elected 1904,] 

The Dupont, 1717 20th Street N. W., Washington, D, C. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Hussey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Stephen Batchelder, John Gorham, 

John Howland, Tristram Coflfyn, 

Thomas Macey, John Gardner, 

William Worth, James Daniel, 

James Coffyn. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 95 

283. MRS. ELISHA LAMBERT HOLLOWAY (Cammie Anderson 

Lord). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Lumberton, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Lord. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Hill, William Cocke, 

Frederick Jones, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Samuel Swann, I., Sir John Yeamans, 

Governor James Moore. 

284. MRS. EDMOND LAFAYETTE PRINCE (Carrie Evelyn 

Schwing). 

[Elected 1904.) 

415 Orange Street, Wilmington, N, C. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Gaither, Mathew Howard, 

Samuel Chew, Benjamin Gaither, 

John Chew, WilHam Burgess, 

Edward Dorsey, Edward Burgess, 

Nicholas Wyatt. 

285. MRS. HENRY EDWIN RAINALS KONDRUP (Susie Cowan 

Haas) . 

[Elected 1904.] 

217 Second Street, S. E., Washington, D, C. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Lovick. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, James Blount. 

286. MISS MARY FRANCES JONES. 

[Elected 1904.) 

Care William Jones, Esq., Asheville, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Charles Blount. 



96 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Alabama. 

287. MRS. JOHN M. BROOKS (Lena Haas). 

[Elected 1904.] 

23 Office Building, Birmingham, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Thomas Lovick. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, James Blount. 

Alabama. 

288. MRS. JOHN R. PRICE (Susan Hill Jones). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Florence, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Judge Samuel Spencer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Hezekiah Brainerd, Garrard Spencer, 

Daniel Brainerd, Richard Church, 

Isaac Spencer, Nathaniel Boddie, 

Tennessee. 

289. MISS MARY PHILIPPA JONES. 

[Elected 1904.] 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Fourth in descent from Judge Samuel Spencer. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Hezekiah Brainerd, Garrard Spencer, 

Daniel Brainerd, Richard Church, 

Isaac Spencer, Nathaniel Boddie. 

Texas. 

290. MRS. WILLIAM HARRIS BELL (Mary Berkeley Miller). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Austin, Tex. 
Third in descent from Colonel Joseph Williams. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James White, Robert Lanier. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP. 97 

Alaba}na. 

291. MISS MAUD DICKENSON PITTS. 

[Elected 1904.] 

631 Broad Street, Selma, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Major John Davidson. 

Alabama. 

292. MRS. CHAMBERS McADORY (Leonora Richardson). 

[Elected 1904.] 

1605 Fifth Street, Bessemer, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from David Reese. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Thomas Tasker. 



293. *MRS. PLATT D. WALKER (Nettie Reid Covington). 

[Elected 1904.] 
[Died 1907.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel John Williams. 



294. MRS. GEORGE C. GOODMAN (Anna Moore Wilfong). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Mooresville, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from William Moore. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Robeson, George Wilfong. 



295. MRS. MORRISON W. DIVINE (Eliza Goelet McPherson). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Orton Hotel, Wilmington, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore. Rev. William Hill, 

William Hill, Richard Cornell, 

Arthur Mabson, Thomas Cornell. 
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98 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Tennessee. 

296. MRS. HENRY CLAIBORNE HORTON (Lucy M. Henderson). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Franklin, Tenn. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Henderson. 

297. t*MRS. R. H. EDWARDS (Mrs. Pauline Broadhurst 

Richardson), 

[Elected 1904.) 
[Died 1906.1 

212 Elm Street, East, Goldsboro, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Smith, 
supplementary claims. 
Needham Bryan, WilHam Whitfield. 

298. MISS LAURA MARTIN MACON MITCHELL. 

[Elected 1904.) 
65 Cary Point, Hampton, Va. 

Fifth in descent from William Person, 
supplementary claims. 
Nicholas Long, Gideon Macon, 

Matthew Kemp, Gideon Macon, 

William Eaton. 

299. MRS. WILLIAM NEHEMIAH HARRISS (Frances M. Latham). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Carolina Apartment House, Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Laurence Smith. 

supplementary claim. 

John Taliaferro. 

300. *MRS. CHARLES WHEDBEE (Mabel Martin). 

[Elected 1904.] 

[Died 1911.) 

Hertford, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Savage. 

supplementary claims. 

William Savage, Robert Crawford, 

WiUiam Crawford. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 99 

Alabama. 

301. t§MRS. HENRY JOHN TONER (Ethel Edward Fowlkes). 

[Elected 1904.) 
[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Illinois.) 

Hotel Alexandria, Chicago, 111. 
Seventh in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Alston, Thomas Swann, 

Hugh Mason, Samuel Swann, L, 

Josiah Jones, Roger Jones, 

Ebenezer Kent, John Cooledge, 

George Lillington, John Upham, 

John Palin, John Woodson, 

Frederick Jones, Robert Woodson, 

John Cotton, Alexander Spiere, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, St. Leger Codd, 

William Swann. 

302. MRS. WADE HAMPTON LEAHY (Mary Eliza Stark). 

[Elected 1904.) 

350 Myrtle Street, Atlanta, Ga. 
Fourth in descent from Major John Davidson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Miles Gary, Robert Boiling, 

Miles Gary, Robert Boiling, 

William Wilson, John Stith. 

303. MRS, HENRY CORWIN FLOWER (Lida Morehead Carr). 

[Elected 1904.] 

"Round Hill," Janssen Way, Kansas City, Mo. 
Si^cth in descent from Golonel Edward Ward. 

304. MRS. FREDERICK H. TOWNSEND HORSFIELD (Marianne 

Mone3T)enny). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Oxford, N. C. 

Ninth in descent from Honorable Philip Shearman. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Freeborne, Thomas Durfee, 

Gideon Freeborne, Thomas Mumford, 

Thomas Brownell, Thomas Fish. 



lOO SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

305. fMRS. GEORGE EVERTSON DIX (Janet Dortch). 

[Elected 1904.] 

1404 Elmwood Avenue, Evanston, 111. 
Fifth in descent from William Haywood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., Nicholas Bayard, 

WilHam Bryan, William S. Johnston, 

William Gray, Robert Livingston, 

James Alexander, Peter Van Brugh, 

Jacob Leisler. 

306. *MRS. ELIHU G. DAVIS (Mary Watkins Sutphin). 

[Elected 1904.] 
[Died 1904.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Ransom. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

James Ransom. 

307. MRS. RICHARD SMITH BUSBEE (Margaret Simons 

Clarkson). 

[Elected 1904.) 

204 North Person Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Ouldfield. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Benjamin Simons. 

308. MRS. WILLIAM JOHNSTON ANDREWS (Augusta Webb 

Ford). 

[Elected 1904.) 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Cuthbert Span. 

Alabama. 

309. MRS. ROBERT F. SMITH (Agnes Young Ruffin). 

[Elected 1904.] 

1509 Twelfth Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. 
Eighth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 
supplementary claims. 
Gov. James Moore, George Moore, 

Roger Moore, John Baptista Ashe, 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP lOI 

Samuel Swann, I., Jehu Davis, 

John Porter, Samuel Strudwick, 

Governor Alexander Lillington, 

Alabama. 

310. MRS. GEORGE JONES (Madeleine Fauntleroy). 

[Elected 1904.] 
Spring Hill, Mobile County, Ala. 

Fourth in descent from John Burgwyn. 

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

[Elected 1904.] 
827 North Arlington Avenue, Baltimore, Md. 

Eighth in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Elisha Warfield, Henry Ridgely, 

John Worthington. 

312. MRS. RUFUS L. PATTERSON (Margaret Morehead). 

[Elected 1904.] 

Colony Club, 122 Madison Avenue, New York. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Jeduthan Harper. 

Louisiana. 

313. PIRS. TAYLOR BEATTIE (Fannie Estelle Pugh). 

[Elected 1905.] 
[Resigned .] 

Thibordeaux, La. 
Third in descent from Colonel Thomas Pugh. 

314. fMRS. FRANK MASTEN KIMBARK (Mary Wilson Johnson). 

[Elected 1905.] 

137 Walmer Road, Toronto, Canada. 
Ninth in descent from John Alden. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

David Alden, John Johnston, 

John Tredwell, Matthew Locke, 

Epenetus Piatt, Martin Phifer, Sr. 

Daniel Earl. 



I02 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Alabama. 

315. t+MRS. THOMAS S. ROBERTS (Mary Adelaide Robinson). 

[Elected 1905.] 
(Resigned 1912.] 

Opelika, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel William Eaton. 

316. MRS. FRANK LINCOLN STEVENS (Adeline Chapman). 

[Elected 1905.] 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from John Smith. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Daniel Smith, John Mason. 

Kentucky. 

317. MRS. WILLIAM JAMES DODD (Love Estes). 

[Elected 1905.] 

1448 St. James Court, Louisville, Ky. 
Sixth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Joseph Alston, Philip Alston, 

John Palin. 

Alabama. 

318. MRS. N. W. TRIMBLE (Jennie de Molvel). 

[Elected 1905.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Captain Joseph Williams. 

319. MRS. JOHN HENRY FELL (Sally Lord London). 

[Elected 1905.] 

46 Model Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel William Lord. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, John Rowland, 

Gov. James Moore, Tristram Coflfyn, 

Samuel Swann, I., John Alston, 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Hezekiah Brainerd, 

Samuel Spencer. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP IO3 

320. MRS. RICHARD J. CORBITT (Jennie Shaw). 

(Elected 1905.) 

Henderson, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Colonel Peter Dauge or Dozier. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Isaac Gregory. 

Alabama. 

321. iMRS. WALTER E. KNOX (Ann Letitia Moore). 

[Elected 1905.] 
[Resigned .] 

Anniston, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Efhraim Brevard. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Davidson. 

Texas. 

322. tMRS. JOHN MIRZA BENNETT (Jennie Durst Armstrong). 

[Elected 1905.] 

San Antonio, Tex. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 

323. MRS. SAMUEL WAIT BREWER (Bessie Sarissa Felt). 

[Elected 1905.] 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Talcott. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Talcott, Edward Holyoke, 

Nathaniel Talcott, Elizur Holyoke, 

William Pychou. 

324. MRS. MARGARET SHEPARD NELSON (Margaret Donnell 

Shepard). 

[Elected 1905.) 

New Bern, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from General Richard Spaight. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Dobbs Spaight, John Blount, I., 

James Blount, John Blount, II., 



I04 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Joseph Leech, Jacob Shepard, 

David Shepard, WilHam Shepard, 

Jeremiah Vail, Jr. 

325. MRS. THOMAS WRIGHT STRANGE (Florence Rogers). 

[Elected 1905.) 

Carolina Apartment House, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Cornell. 

Florida. 

326. MRS. CHARLES J. HATCH (Mary Carnes). 

[Elected 1905.] 

Tampa, Fla. 
Sixth in descent from Honorable James Blount. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, Joseph Blount, 

George Durant. 

Alabama. 

327. MISS CAMILLA WILWORTH TONEY. 

[Elected 1905.] 

Sheffield, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Haywood. 

Alabama. 

328. tMRS. WILLIAM T. WILLETT (Mary Chalmers Foster). 

[Elected 1905.] 
1757 Park Road, Washington, D. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Haywood. 

329. MRS. ROBERT FRANK DALTON (Caroline Sparrow). 

[Elected 1905.] 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Colonel Jacob Blackwell. 

330. MRS. WILLIAM M. CHALMERS (Lila Cummins Tucker). 

[Elected 1905.] 

8 West Gilmer Street, Madison, Wis. 
Fifth in descent from Captain William Hill. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, Frederick Jones, 

Sir John Yeamans, Samuel Swann, I., 

Samuel Swann, H. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP IO5 

331. MRS. WALTER HAWKINS (Laura Snowden). 

(Elected 1905.] 

223 Rasselle Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel William Lord. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Hill, Samuel Swann, I., 

Sir John Yeamans, Samuel Swann, II., 

Gov. Alexander Lillington, Frederick Jones. 

Tennessee. 

332. MRS. MARTHA WASHINGTON TILLMAN (Martha 

Washington). 

[Elected 1905.] 

Knoxville, Tenn, 
Fifth in descent from James Washington. 

AlabanM. 

333. MRS. JOHN E. DELONY (Annie King). 

[Elected 1905.] 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Haywood. 

334. *MISS ELIZABETH HILLMAN. 

[Elected 1905.) 
[Died 1911.] 

1080 Shady Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Fifth in descent from Matthew Brickle. 

supplementary claims. 

William Murfree, Green Hill, 

Hardy Murfree, Samuel Nicholson, 

Henry Wood. 

Texas. 

335. MRS. ARTHUR NEWELL MacCALLUM (Jane Yelvington). 

[Elected 1905.] 

2608 Rio Grande Street, Austin, Tex. 
Seventh in descent from Arm and John de Rosset. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Moses John de Rosset, Joshua Grainger, 

Henry Young. 



I06 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

336. MISS LIDA TUNSTALL RODMAN. 

[Elected 1905.] 

Washington, N, C. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Harvey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Benjamin Lakar, Thomas Blount, 

James Blount, John Haywood, 

Lyonell Reading, Sir John Pell, 

Thomas Harvey, Jacob Blount. 

337. MISS SALLY DORTCH. 

[Elected 1905.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from William Gray. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Bryan, Nicholas Bayard, 

WiUiam Haywood, P. Van Brugh Livingston, 

Philemon Hawkins, I., Peter Schuyler, 

William Samuel Johnston, Stephanus Van Courtland, 
James Alexander. 

338. MISS OLIVIA GRIST BELLAMY. 

[Elected 1905.] 

121 South Second Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel Edward Ward. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Demsie Grimes. 



339. MRS. ROBERT EAMES FAULKNER (Kate Carnes). 

[Elected 1905.] 

Keene, New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Honorable James Blount. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, Joseph Blount, 

George Durant. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I07 

340. MRS. THOMAS C. ROBERTSON (Annie Isabella Jones). 

(Elected 1906.1 

1743 F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Fifth in descent from Major John Johnston, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Alden, Robin Jones, 

John Tredwell, Allen Jones, 

Epenetus Piatt, Nicholas Long. 

California. 

341. MRS. SAMUEL BELL McKEE (Sarah Ann Davis). 

[Elected 1906.] 

1033 Adeline Street, Oakland, Cal. 
Fourth in descent from Judge John Alston. 

Alabama. 

342. JMISS CORDELIA BANKS JERNIGAN. 

[Elected 1906.] 
[Resigned 1909.] 

Opelika, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel John Alston. 

supplementary claim. 

James Alston. 



343. MRS. ROBERT SIMONTON YOUNG (Nannie Ervin). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Concord, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Martin Phifer. 
supplementary claims. 
Thomas Powe, John Erwin. 



344- MRS. LEWIS SIDNEY MOREY (Irene M. Palm). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Austin, Tex. 

Fourth in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 



I08 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

345. MISS MARY BILLIARD HINTON. 

[Elected 1906.] 

Midway Plantation, Raleigh, N, C. 
Eighth in descent from Colonel George Reade. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Nicholas Martian, John Hinton, 

Augustine Warner, I., Nathaniel Boddie, 

Augustine Warner, II., Jacob Johnston, 

Henry Willis, Jonas Johnston, 

John Lewis. 

346. MRS. ALLAN NICHOLS (Elizabeth Van Bokkelen). 

[Elected 1906.] 

315 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Anthony Morris. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Anthony Morris, Jr., Anthony Morris, Jr., Jr. 

347. MRS. GEORGE R. FRENCH (Cornelia Murphey Worth). 

[Elected 1906.] 
302 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Christopher Hussey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Stephen Batchelder, William Worth, 
John Rowland, John Gorham, 

Thomas Macey, Tristram CofTyn, 

John Gardner. 

348. MRS. WILLIAM HAMILTON YOUNG (Elizabeth Gray 

Bryan). 

[Elected 1906.] 

1901 K Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 
Fourth in descent from Philemon Hawkins, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Haywood, William Gray, 

John Haywood, Needham Bryan, 

William Bryan. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP IO9 

Alabama. 

349. MRS. JAMES GEORGE SNEDECOR (Emily Alston Estes). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph John Alston, Phihp Alston, 

John Palin. 

350. MRS. A, C. ZOLLICOFFER (Temperance Boddie Perry). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Third in descent from Nathan Boddie. 

351. MISS NELLIE WRIGHT COBB. 

[Elected 1906.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Needham Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Martin Franck, William Bryan, 

William Heritage, James Green, 

William Whitfield, John Smith. 

352. MRS. JAMES MARSHALL ALLEN (Corinne Washington). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from James Washington. 

353. MRS. WILLIAM DOUGALD McMILLAN, JR., (Katharine 

Gaston de Rosset). 

[Elected 1906.1 
Greenville Sound, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Moses John de Rosset. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Zedekiah Stone, Robert Walker, 

John Stone, Gov. James Moore, 

William Lord. 



no SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Arkansas. 
354. MRS. EDWARD BEAUCHAMP PIERCE (Stella McCorkle). 

[Elected 1906.) 

Little Rock, Ark. 
Eighth in descent from Matthew Locke. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Francis McCorkle. 



355. MISS SALLIE SIMMS KIRBY. 

[Elected 1906.1 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Needham Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

James Green, William Bryan, 

James Kenan, William Whitfield. 

Mississippi. 

356. tMRS. E. B. ROSSER (Georgia Vaughan Davis). 

[Elected 1906.] 

DeLand, Fla., or "Brookwood,'' Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Ga. 

Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Kearney. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Kinchen, Jr., John Dawson, 

John Lindsey. 



357. *MRS. GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN (Caroline Anna 
Thomas). 

[Elected 1906.] 
[Died 1909.) 

Biloxi, Miss. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Kearney. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Kinchen, Jr., John Dawson, 



John Lindsey. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP III 

358. MRS. GEORGE P. COLLINS (Annie Ruffin Cameron). 

[Elected 1906.) 

Hillsborough, N. C, 
Fifth in descent from Clement Read. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Nash, Thomas Nash, 

Edmund Jennings, 

359. MRS. ERNEST H. RAPALJE (Florinne Robinson Corbin). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Calle Carcel 2, Havana, Cuba. 
Ninth in descent from William Brewster. 

360. tMRS. CLAYTON GILES, JR., (Agnes Anderson Seabrease). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel George Reade. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Nicholas Martian, John Lightfoot, 

William Bernard, Henry Hooper, 

Henry Hooper, Jr. 

361. MRS. WILLIAM J. MARTIN (Lizzie MacMillan). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Governor Joseph Jencks, Jr. 

362. MRS. THOMAS HILL HAUGHTON (Ella Andrews). 

[Elected 1906.] 

7 East nth Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Philemon Hawkins, I. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, H., Jonas Johnston, 

Jacob Johnston, John Martin. 



112 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

363. MISS MARY LEONORA IRWIN. 

[Elected 1906.] 

401 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Irwin, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John McKnitt Alexander, John Davidson. 

364. *tMRS. MARTIN R. POWELL (Lucy Haywood Young). 

[Elected 1906.] 
[Died ] 

New York. 
Fifth in descent from Philemon Hawkins, L 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Haywood, William Gray, 

John Haywood, Needham Bryan, 

William Bryan. 

365. MRS. GEORGE LEE PATTERSON (Daisy MacDonald). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Concord, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Brandon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Matthew Brandon, John Paul Barringer, 

Thomas Armstrong. 

366. MRS. CHARLES C. HOOK (Ida MacDonald). 

[Elected 1906.) 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Brandon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Matthew Brandon, John Paul Barringer, 

Thomas Armstrong. 

367. MRS. F. H. E. ROSS (Frances Hannah Erwin). 

[Elected 1906.) 

Box 75, Nashville, Tenn. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Macy. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP II3 

368. MRS. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, JR., (Lola Lamar Martin). 

[Elected 1906.] 

815 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Spicer, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Spicer, John Spicer, Sr., 

Jacob Spicer, Sr., John Martin, 

Christopher Dudley. 



369. MRS. LOUIS HENRY DE ROSSET (Jane Dickinson Cowan). 

[Elected 1906.] 
Wilmington, N. C, 

Fourth in descent from Zedekiah Stone. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Stone, Robert Walker, 

William Lord, 



370. tMRS. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY PERSON (Mary Haywood 
Andrews) . 

[Elected 1906.] 

Sparrow's Point, Baltimore, Md. 
Fifth in descent from Philemon Hawkins, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph Williams, John Fowle, 

Josiah Fowler. 



371. §MRS. J. M. TULL (Elizabeth Yates Clarkson). 

[Elected 1906.] 
[Transferred to the Society of Colonial Dames in Florida.] 

1542 Park Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Seventh in descent from John Ouldfield. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Benjamin Simons, Jr. 



114 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

372. *MRS. WILLIAM BORNTON SHAW (Jennie Ferebee). 

[Elected 1906.] 
[Died 1908.) 

Madison, Wis. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Gregory. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Peter Dozier. 



373. MRS. SIDNEY PERRY COOPER (Mary Louisa Jackson). 

[Elected 1906.) 

Henderson, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from George Reade. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Nicholas Martian, Miles Gary, 

Augustine Warner, Sr., William Gary, 

Augustine Warner, Jr., Edward Jacqueline, 

Thomas Taylor, John Smith, 

William Bernard. 



374. MRS. JACOB HUNTER HALLIBURTON (Lucy Alexander). 

[Elected 1906.] 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Gaptain Robert Alexander. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John McKnitt Alexander. 

375. MRS. JOHN ALBERT LONG (Olivia Blount Sanders). 

[Elected 1906.] 

Kinston, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Governor John Harvey. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., Jacob Blount, 

John Haywood. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP II5 

376. MRS. WILLIAM ANDREW HUNT (Hallie Young). 

(Elected 1906.) 

Henderson, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Samuel Smith. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Philemon Hawkins, I. 

377. MISS JEAN DALZIEL WOOD. 

[Elected 1906.] 

201 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Tristram Coffyn. 

378. MRS. MARION BUTLER (Florence Faison). 

[Elected 1906.] 

The Portland, Washington, D. C. 
Eighth in descent from Colonel Edmund Scarburg. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

George Douglas, Tullie Robinson. 

Florida. 

379. MRS. THOMAS BUTLER MALLARD (Josephine Davidson). 

[Elected 1906.] 

533 West loth Avenue, Hyde Park, Tampa, Fla. 
Fourth in descent from Major John Davidson. 

Alabama. 

380. MRS. EUGENE ROBBINS, JR., (Isoline Wimberly). 

[Elected 1907.) 

Selma, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Robert Rutherford. 

381. MRS. CHARLES M. COOPER (Sallie M. Mitchell). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Miles Merwin. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Rev. John Graham. 



Il6 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

382. MRS. JOHN D. COOPER (Fannie Spottswood Burwell). 

[Elected 1907.] 
Henderson, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Governor Alexander Spottswood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John West, John West, Jr., 

WiUiam Dandridge, John Blair. 

Alabama. 

383. MRS. WILLIS J. MILNER (Gustrine Caroline Key). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Alexander McAllister. 

384. MRS. JAMES A. HOUSTON (Willie GUmore Durant). 

[Elected 1907.] 

712 North College Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Brandon. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

Matthew Locke, Martin Phifer. 

385. MRS. DANIEL C. CORRELL (Evelyn Hatch). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Sixth in descent from George Durant. 

supplementary claims. 

Anthony Hatch, Lemuel Hatch. 

Florida. 

386. MRS. JOHN STRICKER COLES, JR., (Helen Iredell Jones). 

[Elected 1907.] 

1445 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from Major John Johnstone, 
supplementary claims. 
John Alden, Allen Jones, 

Epenetus Piatt, Nicholas Long, 

Robin Jones, John Tredwell. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP II7 

Alabama. 

387. *MRS. JOHN T. SCHLEY (Bessie Mastin). 

[Elected 1907.1 
[Died 1910.) 

Mobile, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Joseph R. Dickson. 

388. MISS CLAUDIA WATKINS HUNTER. 

[Elected 1907.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Heritage. 

Alabama. 

389. MRS. KATE E. WEAKLY MOORE (Kate E. Weakly). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Selma, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Joseph R. Dickson. 

390. *MRS. JOHN ELLIOTT BULL (Jessie Bryan Williams). 

[Elected 1907.] 
[Died 1910.] 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
Fourth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins, Jr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Christopher Gale, William Little. 

391. MISS GEORGIA HICKS. 

[Elected 1907.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Henry McCuUoch. 

392. MRS. CARRIE CARR MITCHELL (Carrie Irwin Carr). 

[Elected 1907.] 

I Astor Place, Asheville, N. C. 
Third in descent from Colonel Jonas Johnston. 

supplementary' CLAIM. 

Nathan Boddie. 



Il8 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

393. MRS. WILLIAM T. WATKINS (Nannie Guy Tarry). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Colonel James Taylor. 

394. MRS. JOHN T. THOMAS (Laura Henderson). 

[Elected 1907.) 

Henderson, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Gideon Macon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richardson Henderson, Nicholas Long. 

395. MRS. JAMES F. HARWELL (Stella Hill). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from Baron Christopher de Graffenried. 

396. MRS. ISAAC WELLINGTON FAISON (Sallie Springs Yates). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from Colonel William Burgess. 

supplementary claims. 

Gov. Samuel Chew, Henry Ridgely, 

Edward Burgess, John Worthington, 

Nicholas Greenbury, Matthew Howard, 

Edward Dorsey. 

397. *MISS STELLA PERRY. 

[Elected 1907.] 

[Died 1908.] 

Henderson, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Nathan Boddie. 

398. tMRS. CHARLES HAYS BROWN (Fannie Louise Harris). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Box 444, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Fifth in descent from Abraham Alexander. 

supplementary claim. 

Hezekiah Alexander. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP II9 

399 tMRS. WALTER M. STEARNS (Mary Haywood Fowle). 

[Elected 1907.) 

41 Wendell Avenue, Pittsfield, Mass. 
Fifth in descent from John Haywood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Haywood, Jeduthan Richardson, 

Michael Rogers, John Fowle. 



400. MRS. ALEXANDER COOPER (Ellen Daniel Faucett). 

[Elected 1907.] 
Henderson, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from Colonel Nicholas Long. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM, 

John Haywood. 

401. MRS. WILLIAM L. WALL (Annie Cameron Collins). 

(Elected 1907.] 
Durham, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Edmund Jennings. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Clement Read, Thomas Nash, 

John Nash, William Eaton. 

402. MRS. EDWARD H. SHOLAR (Annie Powell). 

[Elected 1907.] 

117 Vine Street, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Smithwick. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

William Charlton. 



403. MRS. JOHN WEDDELL (Lossie Baker McNair). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Tarboro, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Governor John Harvey. 



120 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

404. MRS. BENJAMIN SHERROD RICKS (Frances Elizabeth 

Jones). 

[Elected 1907.] 

The Portland, Washington, D. C. 
Third in descent from Honorable Edward Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Eaton, Charles Rush Eaton, 

George Baskerville. 

405. MRS. WILLIAM HENRY PHILLIPS (Eleanora Jackson). 

[Elected 1907.] 
1425 1 8th Street, Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. James Moore, John Baptista Ashe, 

Roger Moore, Samuel Swann, I., 

George Moore, I., Gov. Alexander Lillington. 

Alabama. 

406. MRS. THOMAS MOORE BRADLEY (Sarah Myra Pointer). 

[Elected 1907.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Fourth in descent from William Gilbert. 

407. MRS. OWEN HAYWOOD GUION (Pattie Blount Rodman). 

[Elected 1907.] 

New Bern, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Governor Thomas Harvey. 
supplementary claims. 
Benjamin Lakar, Thomas Harvey, 11., 

James Blount, John Haywood, 

Lyonell Reading, Thomas Blount, 

Jacob Blount. 

408. MRS. JAMES G. BOYLIN (Lizzie Alberta McCorkle). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Wadesboro, N. C. 

Third in descent from Major Francis McCorkle. 

supplementary claim. 

Jacob Forney. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 121 

409. MRS. COLUMBUS VANCE HENKEL (Lila Dunavant). 

[Elected 1908.1 

Statesville, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Barnabas Horton. 

410. MRS. ROBERT A. DUNN (Adele Brenizer). 

(Elected 1908.) 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Alexander Mebane. 

Louisiana. 

411. MRS. ROBERT HARDIN MARR (Lucile Baxter). 

[Elected 1908.) 

Palmer Avenue, New Orleans, La. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel Joel Lane. 

supplementary claims. 

John Hinton, Sr., Tignal Jones, 

Barnabas McKinne. 

Tennessee. 

412. MRS. CHARLES NILES GROSVENOR (Olivia Polk Hill). 

[Elected 1908.] 

570 Vance Avenue, Memphis, Tenn. 
Third in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 

Alabama. 

413. MRS. JABEZ CURRY STREET (Anne DunkUn). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Opelika, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Philemon Hawkins, I, 

414. MRS. F. P. SMITH (Minnie Wriston). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Colonel William Burgess, 
supplementary claims. 
Samuel Chew, John Worthington, 

Edward Burgess, Matthew Howard, 

Nicholas Greenbury, Edward Dorsey, 

Henry Ridgley, John Gaither, 

Nicholas Gassaway. 



122 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

415. MRS. JAMES HARMON CHADBOURN (Blanche Hinckley 
King). 

[Elected 1908.) 
323 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Enoch Ward, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Enoch Ward, Jr. 



416. MRS. WILLIAM MURLIN CREASY (Gertrude M. Bagby). 

[Elected 1908.] 

805 Ann Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Abraham Venable. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Leonard Loftin, Simon Bright, Sr., 

Charles Moorman, Simon Bright, Jr., 

Thomas Lovick. 



417. MRS. JOHN WILSON HARRISON (Annie Kirkland Ruffin). 

[Elected 1908.) 

522 North Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga. 
Sixth in descent from Robert or Robin Jones. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Allen Jones, Nicholas Long. 

Kentucky. 

418. MRS. WILLIAM H. PATON (Kate Estes). 

[Elected 1908.) 
35 St. James' Court, Louisville, Ky. 

Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph John Alston, Samuel Chew, 

Philip Alston, Edward Dorsey, 

John Palin, John Worthington, 

John Chew, Richard Beard. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 1 23 

Tennessee. 
419. MRS. NAPOLEON HILL (Mary Norton Wood). 

(Elected 1908.] 

8 North Third Street, Memphis, Tenn. 

Second in descent from Colonel Ezekiel Polk. 



420. MRS. PETER MARSHALL BROWN (Daisybel Pharr). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from John Davidson. 

California. 

421. MRS. ORESTES PIERCE (Sally Banks McKee). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Oakland, Cal. 
Fifth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

James Alston. 

Alabama. 

422. MRS. JOHN GINDRAT WINTER (Sarah Verdin Calhoun). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Christopher de Graffenried. 



423. MRS. JAMES EUGENE REILLEY (Laura Holmes), 

[Elected 1908.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Isaac Allerton. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

Barnabas Lothrop, Robert Cushman, 

Nehemiah Wyman, Stephen Hopkins, 

Richard Cutter. 



124 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

424. MRS, FRANK "WOOD (Rebecca Anderson Collins). 

(Elected 1908.] 

Edenton, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Clement Read. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Nash, WilHam Eaton, Sr., 

Thomas Nash, William Eaton, Jr., 

Edmund Jennings. 
Florida. 

425. MRS. T. A. DARBY (Jane Kirkman Brevard). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Hotel Wellington, 7tli Avenue, ssth Street, New York. 
Fifth in descent from John Brevard. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Davidson, Sir Richard Everard, 

Andrew Meade. 

426. MRS. JAMES KYLE (Barbara M. Isler). 

[Elected 1908.] 

214 Nun Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, William Whitfield, 

John Smith. 

Alabama. 

427. MRS. LAURENCE HAYWOOD LEE (Augusta Alston). 

[Elected 1908.] 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Seventh in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph John Alston, William Alston. 

Alabama. 

428. MRS. ALGERNON SMITH (Carrie J. Brown). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Haywood. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 1 25 

Alabama. 

429. MRS. THOMAS GOODE JONES (Georgena Bird). 

[Elected 1908.) 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Fourth in descent from John Burgwin. 

430. fMRS. J. PALMER SCOGGIN (Katharine Scales Plummer). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Warrenton, N, C. 
Fifth in descent from Richard Henderson. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Philemon Hawkins, I., John Martin, 

Nicholas Long. 

431. MRS. HARDEN HAIRSTON (Delphine Euphrozine Hall). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Winston, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Percival Hall. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Peter Bulkley, Rev. Daniel Emerson. 

432. MISS SAIDY HALL. 

[Elected 1908.] 

Alexis Road, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Percival Hall. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Peter Bulkley, Rev. Daniel Emerson. 

433. MRS. HENRY T. BRYAN (Anna Blount MacNair). 

[Elected 1908.] 

Tarboro, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from John Harvey. 

Texas. 

434. MRS. JESSE JOE NUNNALLY (Fannie Becton). 

[Elected 1908. 

1415 Rio Grande Avenue, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Dickson. 



126 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

435. MRS. PATRICK MATTHEWS (Marie Armstead Moore 

Righton). 

(Elected 1908.] 

Edenton, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Charles Moore, Sr. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Jordan, Jr. 

436. MRS. C. C. PHILLIPS (Janie Hicks). 

[Elected 1908.1 
Hotel St. Andrew, 72 Broadway, New York. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Henry McCuUoch. 

437. MISS SUE MOORE McQUEEN. 

[Elected 1908.] 

318 South Front Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Moore. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

John Moore. 

Alabama. 

438. MISS MARGARET AYLETTE GARDNER. 

[Elected 1909.] 

Selma, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Rutherford. 

439. MRS. JOHN ISAAC CAMPBELL (Margaret Dickson Smith). 

(Elected 1909.] 

315 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Owen. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Brewster, Richard Christopher. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 1 27 

440. MRS. RICHARD FREDERICK HAMME (Nellie Gillis Hobday). 

[Elected 1909.) 

106 North Fourth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Zedekiah Stone. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Stone, John Harvey. 

Tennessee. 

441. MRS. JOSEPH H. WARNER (Alice Hord). 

[Elected 1909.] 

500 Vine Street, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Hill. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Henry Eustace McCulloch, Alexander McCulloch, 

Mississippi. 

442. MRS. THOMAS BLEWETT FRANKLIN (Lilla Young). 

[Elected 1909.] 

ioi8 North Third Avenue, Columbus, Miss. 
Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Hinton, Thomas Banks, 

James Jones. 

443. MRS. WALKER TAYLOR (Rosa Lilly Cumming). 

[Elected 1909.] 
714 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from William Pickett. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Rev. Hugh McAden. 

444. MRS. CHARLES L. SUMMERS (Bessie Carter Hall). 

[Elected 1909.) 

Winston, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Rev. Peter Bulkley. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. Daniel Emerson, Percival Hall. 



128 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Alabama. 

445. MRS. GEORGE W. JONES (Ruth Norton). 

[Elected 1909.] 

Montgomery, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

446. MRS. JAMES CAMPBELL ABERNATHY (Margaret Springs 

Kelly). 

[Elected 1909.1 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from William Burgess. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Chew, John Worthington, 

Edward Burgess, Matthew Howard, 

Nicholas Greenbury, Edward Dorsey, 

Henry Ridgely, Nicholas Watkins. 

447. MRS. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM MOORE (Francis Marion 

Clarkson). 

[Elected 1909.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Ouldfield. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Benjamin Simons, Jr. 

Alabama. 

448. MRS. A. W. NEWSON (Elizabeth Caruthers). 

[Elected 1909.] 

Oak Lawn, Huntsville, Ala. 
Fifth in descent from Hugh Porter. 

449. MRS. RALPH VAN LANDINGHAM (Susie D. Harwood). 

[Elected 1909.) 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison. 
supplementary claims. 
Walter Palmer, Daniel Palmer, 

Nehemiah Palmer, Ichabod Palmer, 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP T29 

Thomas Stanton, William Billings, 

Walter Deane, Ebenezer Billings, 

John Deane, Edmund Rice. 



450. MRS. EDWARD W. STITT (Laura C. Wadsworth). 

[Elected 1909.] 

517 North Third Street, Temple, Tex. 
Seventh in descent from William Wadsworth. 

Alabama. 

451. MISS ELIZA JANE KING. 

[Elected 1909.] 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 
Sixth in descent from John Haywood. 

Mississippi. 

452. MRS. HENRY W. STARLING (Marie Louise Cowan). 

[Elected 1909.1 

Greenville, Miss. 
Fourth in descent from David Craige. 

Mississippi. 

453. MISS AUBREY BEAUREGARD COWAN. 

[Elected 1909.] 

Greenville, Miss. 
Fourth in descent from David Craig. 



454. MRS. ROBERT BOYD PATTERSON (Pattie Thorne Clark). 

[Elected 1909.) 
Tupelo, Miss. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph John Williams. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Alston, Marmaduke Norfleet, 

John Pahn, Thomas Whitmell, 

Philip Alston, Joris Dickson Brinckerhoff. 

John Gray, Lewis Bryan, 

William Williams. 



130 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

455. §MRS. MARCUS CLAUDE HAMMOND (Harriet May). 

[Elected 1908.) 
[Transferred from Georgia Society.] 

521 Dock Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Welles, Chester Welles, 

Robert Welles, Richard Treat, 

Robert Welles, II., John Hollister, 

Samuel Welles, John Chester. 

456. MISS SOPHIA LYONS WILLIAMS. 

[Elected 1909.) 

123 Main Street, Berkley, Norfolk, Va. 
Sixth in descent from Gideon Lamb. 

457. MRS. JAQUELIN P. TAYLOR (Katherine Wall). 

[Elected 1909.] 

Henderson, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Townsend Dade. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Townsend, Gerard Fowke, Sr., 

John Alexander, Gerard Fowke, Jr., 

Charles Ashton, Adam Thoroughgood. 

458. MRS. JULIAN S. CARR (Nannie Graham Parrish). 

[Elected 1909.] 
Durham, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Edward Ward. 

459. MRS. M. McD. WILLIAMS (Mary Lyde Hicks). 

[Elected 1909.) 

Faison, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Henry McCuUoch. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I3I 

460. MRS. JOHN DILLARD BELLAMY (Emma M. Hargrove). 

[Elected 1910.) 

602 Market Street, Wilmington, N, C. 
Fourth in descent from Dempsey Grimes. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Richard Grist, John Grist. 



461. MRS. JAMES WALTER WILLIAMSON (Eliza Mcllhenny 
Bellamy). 

[Elected 1910.] 

602 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Dempsey Grimes. 

supplementary CLAIMS, 

Richard Grist, John Grist. 



462. MRS. WALTER CLARENCE CURTIS (Frances Nicholson 

Chrystie). 

[Elected 1910.) 

709 Dock Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Gabriel Ludlow. 

supplementary CLAIM. 

James Nicholson. 

Florida. 

463. MISS SALLIE LORD HOLMES. 

[Elected 1910.] 

337 East Adams Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Fifth in descent from William Lord. 

supplementary CLAIM. 

Richard Bradley. 

Florida. 

464. MRS. FRANK C. GROOVER (Jessie Talbot Bernard). 

[Elected 1910.] 

115 E. Third Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Fourth in descent from John Bradford. 



132 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

465. MISS FLORENCE HILL KIDDER. 

[Elected 1910.] 
loi South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from William Hill. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Sir John Yeamans, Moses John de Rosset, 

Gov. James Moore, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Samuel Cornell, Frederick Jones, 

Arthur Mabson, Samuel Swann, I., 

Maurice Moore. 

466. MISS JENNIE ATKINSON MURCHISON. 

[Elected 1910.) 

316 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from William Mayo. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Mayo, Theodorick Bland, 

William Fitzhugh, William Randolph, 

John Taliaferro, Richard Bland, 

Gov. Richard Bennett, Francis Poythress, 

Needham Bryan, John Smith, 

WilHam Whitfield, William Bryan, 
Peter Poythress. 

467. tMRS. M. ASHLEY CURTIS (Fannie Lyle Murchison). 

[Elected 1910.) 
223 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Eighth in descent from William Bryan. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Needham Bryan, William Whitfield, 

William Mayo, Peter Poythress, 

John Mayo, Theodorick Bland, 

William Fitzhugh, William Randolph, 

John Taliferro, Richard Bland, 

Gov. Richard Bennett, Francis Poythress, 
John Smith. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP 133 

468. MRS. JOHN MURPHY DE VANE (Cantey Venable Reed). 

[Elected 1910.) 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Abraham Venable. 

Alabama. 

469. MRS. MASON JAMES DILLARD (Susie Key Conner). 

(Elected 1910.] 
2030 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Boddie. 

Washington. 

470. MRS. JOSHUA GREEN (Laura Moore Turner). 

[Elected 1910.] 

1203 Boylston Avenue, Seattle, Washington. 
Fourth in descent from Captain Simon Turner. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Smith, Samuel Smith. 

Texas. 

471. MRS. ANDREW GRAHAM MILLS (Lucy Ballinger). 

[Elected 1910.] 

2428 Avenue K, Galveston, Tex. 
Sixth in descent from Anthony Hampton. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Benjamin Harrison, Augustine Jennings. 

472. MRS. MARY LEWIS HARVEY (Mary L. Heartt). 

[Elected 1910.] 

Kinston, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Stanley. 

473. MRS. JESSIE KENAN WISE (Jessie Kenan). 

[Elected 1910.] 

1 10 Nun Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from James Kenan. 

474. MRS. L. D. CHILDS (Bessie Springs). 

[Elected 1910.] 

Columbia, S. C. 
Fourth in descent from Adam Alexander. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Springs, Richard Springs. 



134 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

475. MRS. JOHN VAN BOKKELEN METTS (Josephine Sheppard 

Budd). 

[Elected 1910.] 

1815 Market Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Leeds. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Budd, Samuel Cole, I., 

Richard Stockton, Samuel Cole, II., 

Anthony Elton. 

Texas. 

476. MRS. CECIL ANDREW LYON (Claudia DuPont). 

(Elected 1910.] 

Sherman, Tex. 
Fifth in descent from John Hardee. 

477. MRS. PETER C. BRUNSON (Jessie Alma Mellichamp). 

(Elected 1910.] 

Orangeburg, S, C. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Elliott, 
supplementary claims. 
William Mellichamp, Peter Bounetheau. 

478. MRS. FRANCIS IRWIN OSBORNE (Mary Dewey). 

[Elected 1910.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Cocke. 

Texas. 

479. MRS. ARCHIBALD LING AN (Penelope E. Bailey). 

[Elected 1910.] 

Box 984 Beaumont, Tex. 

Sixth in descent from Patrick Bailey. 

supplementary claims. 

Thomas Rolfe, Jr., John Campbell, 

William Jennings, John Wynns, 

Benjamin Hill, James Boon, 

Henry Baker, Gabriel Newby, 

Francis Tomes. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I35 

480. MRS. T. W. HAWKINS (Sarah Amanda Vaughan). 

[Elected 1910.) 

629 North College Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from John Jenkins. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Vaughan, John Dew, 

John De Berry, Robert Shearer. 

Missouri. 

481. MRS. ERNEST WALLER PITTMAN (Mary Hamilton Alston). 

(Elected 1910.] 

4502 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 
Seventh in descent from John Alston. 



482. MISS MARY LOUISE CRAWFORD. 

[Elected 1910.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Barnaby McKinnie. 

supplementary claims. 

John Everitt, William Whitfield, 

John Smith, Needham Bryan, 

John Herring, Samuel Smith. 



483. MISS JANET QUINN. 

[Elected 1911.] 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from John Brandon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Mathew Locke, Martin Phifer, Sr., 

Texas. 

484. MISS BETTY BALLINGER. 

[Elected 1911.] 

2428 Avenue K, Galveston, Tex. 

Fifth in descent from Anthony Hampton. 



136 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Texas. 

485. MRS. EDWARD RANDALL (Laura Ballinger). 

[Elected 1911.) 

2004 Broadway, Galveston, Tex. 
Fifth in descent from Anthony Hampton. 

Mississippi. 

486. MRS. JOSEPH A. ENSLOW (Carrie Lucas Ridley). 

[Elected 1911.] 

Hotel Cairo, Washington, D. C. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Ridley. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Bromfield Ridley, Robert Lewis. 

Mississippi. 

487. MRS. ALBERT AUGUSTUS GREEN (Frank Turner). 

[Elected 1911.] 

617 North State Street, Jackson, Miss. 
Sixth in descent from John Smith. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Samuel Smith, Simon Turner. 

488. MRS. BOLLING WHITFIELD (Ella Gillam). 

[Elected 1911.] 

Brunswick, Ga. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Gillam. 

489. MRS. THOMAS E. BOND (Fannie Bell Arrington). 

[Elected 1911.] 

726 Reservoir Street, Baltimore, Md. 
Fifth in descent from Barnabas McKinnie. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Blount, John Herring, 

John Smith, William Whitfield, 

John Everitt, Samuel Smith, 

Samuel Spruill, Needham Bryan, 

Stephens Lee. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I37 

Texas. 

490. MRS. BEVERLY ALLEN READ (Lillian Irwin Money). 

[Elected 1911.1 

Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 
Fourth in descent from Nathan Boddie. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Joseph John Williams, William Clark, 

Nathan Boddie, Robert Lanier. 

491. MRS. ROBERT B. MILLER (Rosa Ashe Battle). 

(Elected 1911.] 

Goldsboro, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from John Baptista Ashe, 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Elisha Battle, Abner Nash, 

Samuel Ashe, Nicholas Long, 

James Moore, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Maurice Moore, Samuel Swann, L, 

Amos Johnston. 

492. MRS. RICHARD C. CARSON (Ella BurweU). 

[Elected 1911.] 

705 West Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Alexander Spottswood. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Spottswood, Joseph Croshaw, 

John West, William Dandridge, 

John West, Jr., John Blair, 

Nathaniel West, Robert Higginson, 

Lewis Burwell. 

493. MRS. H. LEE EDWARDS (Caro Fries Buxton), 

[Elected 1911.] 

Care Cameron Buxton, Esq., Winston, N. C. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Bonner. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Edmund Jennings, John Nash, 

Clement Read, Thomas Nash, 

James Bonner. 



138 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

494. MRS. C. E. WEATHERBY (Nyda Hicks). 

[Elected 1911.1 

Faison, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIM. 

Henry McCulloch. 

Texas. 
495- MISS HELEN KNOX. 

[Elected 1911.) 

1 102 Laraca Street, Austin Tex. 

Fourth in descent from Joseph Williams. 

supplementary claim. 

Robert Lanier. 

496. MRS. JACOB LOTT LUDLOW (Myra Margarette Hunt). 

[Elected 1911.) 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Ralph Hunt. 

497. MRS. SAMUEL R. FOWLE (Mary Payne). 

[Elected 1911.) 
Washington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Barker. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Augustine Warner, Sr., Nicholas Martian, 

Augustine Warner, Jr., George Reade, 

John Lewis. 

498. MRS. JOHN C. ENGELHARD (Margaret Devereux Hinsdale). 

[Elected 1911.) 

Owensboro, Ky, 
Tenth in descent from Governor William Bradford, L 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Gov. WiUiam Bradford, H., Thomas Pollock, 
William Brewster, John Brown, 

Jabez Hamlin, William Johnson, 

Thomas Wetmore, Thomas Willctt, 

Jonathan Edwards. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I39 

Mississippi. 

499. MRS. WILLIAM RICHARD WRIGHT (Anne Mims). 

[Elected 1911.] 

406 North State Street, Jackson, Miss. 
Fifth in descent from Colonel Robert Harris. 

500. MRS. J. R. SPEIGHT (Fannie Hicks). 

[Elected IQIL] 

384 Freemason Street, Norfolk, Va. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Smith. 

501. MRS. WILLIAM MURDOCK PARSLEY (Mary D. McLaurin). 

[Elected lOH.) 

112 South Seventh Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from James Kenan. 

502. MRS. JASPER W. STANLY (Frances King Chadbourn). 

[Elected 1911.) 
117 Nun Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Sixth in descent from Enoch Ward. 

supplementary claims. 

Enoch Ward, Jr., Humphrey Chadbourn, 

James Chadbourn, Jr. 

Washington. 

503. MRS. HICKMAN PRICE (Mary Washington Frazer). 

[Elected 1911.] 

Seattle, Washington. 

Sixth in descent from Mathew Brickle. 

supplementary claims. 

William Murfree, Hardy Murfree, 

Green Hill. 

504. MRS. HENRY MURPHY McADEN (Alice Brodnax Jones). 

[Elected 1911.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Sixth in descent from Adam Alexander, 
supplementary claims. 
John Springs, William Pickett. 



140 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

505. MRS. JOHN ARTHUR HENDERSON (Jean M. Whiteside). 

[Elected 1911.1 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Lothrop. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Rev. John Lothrop. 



506. MISS NANNIE BEATTY MEANS. 

[Elected 1911.] 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel McJunkin. 



507. MRS. W. M. SHAW (Alberta Faison). 

[Elected 1911.) 

Corner Fifth and Ann Streets, Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth. 

supplementary CLAIMS. 

Henry Hollingsworth, James Facen (Faison), 

Stephen Hollingsworth, Nathaniel WiUiams. 

508. MISS MAUDE MADELEINE KINGSBURY. 

[Elected 1912.] 

211 South Fifth Street, Wilmington, N. C. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Kingsbury, Jr. 
supplementary claims. 
Joseph Kingsbury, Sr., Theodorick Bland, 

Peter Ayer, Gov. Richard Bennett, 

Peter Poythress, John Pleasants, 

Richard Bland, Jr., Miles Gary, 

William Randolph, John Utie, 

George Durant, John Blount, 

John Poythress, Joseph Blount, 

Francis Poythress, James Blount, 

Richard Bland, Sr., John Durant, 

Nicholas Crisp. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP I4I 

509. MRS. W. T. HINES (Leone Hardy). 

[Elected 1912.1 
Kinston, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from John Hardy. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Hardy, James Stanton, 

Benjamin Hardy, Benjamin May. 

510. MRS. WILLIAM L. BURROUGHS (Hattie Brenizer). 

[Elected 1912.) 
325 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

Fifth in descent from Alexander Mebane. 

Alabama. 

511. MISS LUCIA BYRD MOORE 

[Elected 1912.] 

1 107 Sycamore Street, Birmingham, Ala. 
Eighth in descent from Governor Alexander Lillington, 
supplementary claims. 
William Swann, Sr., Thomas Walton, Sr., 

Thomas Swann, Frederick Jones, 

Samuel Swann, I., James Jones, 

John Cotton, Roger Jones. 

512. MRS. THOMAS G. HYMAN (Harriet Bryan Lane). 

[Elected 1912.] 
New Bern, N. C. 

Fourth in descent from General William Bryan. 

supplementary claims. 

Thomas Bonner, James Green. 

513. MRS. HERBERT EVARTS BUELL (Alice Mary Banister). 

[Elected 1912.] 

Macon, Ga. 
Ninth in descent from John Rolfe. 
supplementary claims. 
Robert Boiling, I., Robert Boiling, HI., 

Robert Boiling, U., John Boiling, 



142 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

John Blair, Barnabas McKinne, 

John Banister, John Hinton, 

Joel Lane. 

514. MISS ELISE YEAMANS KIDDER. 

[Elected 1912.] 
101 South Third Street, Wilmington, N. C. 

Seventh in descent from Sir John Yeamans. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

William Hill, Moses John de Rosset, 

Gov. James Moore, Gov. Alexander Lillington, 

Samuel Cornell, Frederick Jones, 

Arthur Mabson, Maurice Moore, 

Samuel Swann, I. 

515. MRS. HAMPDEN OSBORNE (Mary Gray Banks). 

[Elected 1912.) 
Columbus, Miss. 

Sixth in descent from John Alston. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Hinton, James Jones. 

516. MISS MAUD EMORY SPEER. 

[Elected 1912.) 

1638 Monroe Street, Vicksburg, Miss. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Caswell. 

517. MRS. WILLIAM JOHNSTON (Sarah Forbes Williams). 

[Elected 1912.) 

Asheville, N. C. 
Ninth in descent from John Alden. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

John Johnston, Constant Southworth, 

John Tredwell, William Mullins, 

Epenetus Piatt, Sr., William Pabody, 

Epenetus Piatt, Jr., Jonas Wood, 

Richard Denton. 



ROLLS OF MEMBERSHIP ia-j 

518. MISS MARGUERITE ASHLEY SHORT. 

lElected 1912.1 

Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 
Eighth in descent from Alexander McCullouch. 

SUPPLEMENTARY CLAIMS. 

Benjamin Hill, Richard Bradley, 

Thomas Davis, John Earl, Sr., 

Joshua Grainger, John Earl, Jr. 



IN MEMORIAM 



And, doubtless, unto thee is given 
A life that bears immortal fruit 
In such great offices as suit 

The full-grown energies of heaven. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Justice 
(Lila Cutlar.) 

[Died 1895.1 

Mrs. Edmund Jones. 
(Eugenia Lewis.) 

[Died 1897.1 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay 
(Virginia Randolph Boiling.) 

[Died 1899.1 

Mrs. James E. Harvey 
(Selina Moore.) 

[Died 1900.1 

Mrs. Robert Lewis 
(Susan G. Kelly.) 

[Died 1901.] 

Mrs. William Capers Munds 
(Eliza Ann Hill Meares.) 

[Died 1903.1 

Mrs. Robert Perry Duncan 
(Lucie O. Harris.) 

[Died 1 

Mrs. Montford McGehee 
(Sallie Polk Badger.) 

[Died 19031 



— Tennyson. 



10 



146 society of colonial dames. 

Mrs. Elihu G. Davis 
(Mary Watkins Sutphin.) 

[Died 1904.] 

Miss Ida N. Moore 

[Died 1904.1 

Mrs. Arthur Bertram Skelding 
(Dorothy Ames.) 

[Died 1904.1 

Mrs. William Alphonse Withers 
(Elizabeth W. Daniel.) 

[Died 1905.1 

Miss Annie Dickson Kenan 

[Died 1906-1 

Mrs. R. H. Edwards 
(Mrs. Pauline Broadhurst Richardson.) 

[Died 1906.1 

Mrs. J. M. Hobson 

(Sallie Pearson.) 

[Died ] 

Mrs. Charles Spruill 
(Elizabeth Edwards.) 

[Died 1906.) 

Mrs, Garland Jones 

(Florence Hill.) 

[Died 1906.] 

Mrs. Thomas Rawlings Myers 
(Anne Eliza Blakemore.) 

[Died 1906.1 

Mrs. Hugh Jones Lovick 
(Margaret Clark.) 

[Died 1907.1 



IN MEMORIAM. 147 

Mrs. William J. Bass 
(Ida Maddin.) 

[Died 1907.] 

Mrs. Platt D. Walker 
(Nettie Covington.) 

[Died 1907.] 

Mrs. J. H. Wilburn 
(Mary Love Stringfield.) 

[Died 1907.] 

Miss Stella Perry 

[Died 1908.) 

Mrs. Baldy A. Capehart 
(Lucy C. Moore.) 

[Died 1908.] 

Mrs. William Bornton Shaw 
(Jennie Ferrebee.) 

[Died 1908.] 

Mrs. John L. Boatwright 
(Annie Taliaferro.) 

[Died 1908.] 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh 
(Anna McRee.) 

[Died 1908.] 

Miss Sophia Gibbs Campbell 

[Died 1908.1 

Mrs. Henry B. Short 
(Mary Allan Meares.) 

[Died 1908.] 

Mrs. Theodore Kluttz 
(Sallie Caldwell.) 

[Died 1909.1 



148 society of colonial dames. 

Mrs. Augustus Lewis 
(Sarah Matilda Gorham.) 

[Died ] 

Mrs. Lytle Buchanan 
(Mary Russell Houston.) 

[Died J 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston 
(Edith Whitfield.) 

[Died ] 

Mrs. J. P. FuRNESS 
(Mary Emily Fitts.) 

[Died 1911.1 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman 

[Died ] 

Mrs. George Washington Vaughan 
(Caroline Anna Thomas.) 

[Died 1909.1 

Mrs. Walter Clark 
(Susan Washington Graham.) 

[Died 1909.1 

Mrs. Prelate Demick Barker 
(Joanna Elizabeth Ferguson.) 

[Died 1910.1 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell 
(Lucy Haywood Young.) 

[Died 1 

Mrs. John T. Schley 
(Bessie Mastin.) 

[Died 1910.) 



In Memoriam 149 

Mrs. John Elliott Bull 
(Jessie Bryan Williams.) 

[Died 1910.) 

Mrs. Warren G. Elliott 
(Margaret Blow.) 

[Died 1910. 

Mrs. Charles Whedbee 
(Mabel Martin.) 

[Died 1911.] 

Mrs. Kenneth M. Murchison 
(Katherine Williams.) 

[Died 1912.] 



MARRIED 



Miss Eliza Wright Potter married Mr. Thomas Settle, 
Miss Louisa Cutlar married Mr. Edwin J. Justice. 
Miss Mary Polk Yeatman married Mr. Thomas S. 

Webb. 
Miss Gabrielle de G. de Rosset married Mr. Alfred 

Moore Waddell. 
Miss Margaret Iredell Meares married Mr. William 

Latimer. 
Miss Belle Peterson married Mr. Harry Tutwiler Inge. 
Miss Mary Graham Morrison married Mr. C. E. Raynal. 
Miss Susan Kidder Meares married Mr. Theodore 

LOVERING. 

Miss Mary Haywood Fowle married Mr. Walter M. 

Stearns. 
Miss Catherine Badger married Mr. Ben W. Moore. 
Miss Sadie Caroline Clarkson married Mr. E. B. 

Fowler. 
Miss Elizabeth Caroline Robertson married Mr. E. M. 

Brevard. 
Miss Jane Hawkins Andrews married Mr. William M, 

Marks. 
Miss Sophie Converse Myers married Mr. George Ste- 
phens. 
Miss Eleanor Warfield Kenly married Mr. Carl K. 

Bacon. 
Miss Maria Armstrong married Mr. Andrew Stewart. 
Miss Mary Love Stringfield married Mr. Wilburn. 
Miss Adelaide Wade married Mr. Charles E. Shephard. 
Miss Lottie Caldwell married Mr. Derrill Hart 

McCullough. 
Miss Ethel Marshall married Mr. H. I. De Pass. 



152 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES. 

Miss Alice Margaret Beatty married Mr. Brooke May- 

NARD Wright. 
Mrs. Pauline Broadhurst Richardson married Mr. R. 

H. Edwards. 
Miss Ethel Edward Fowlkes married Mr. Henry John 

Toner. 
Miss Mary Wilson Johnson married Mr. Frank Masten 

KiMBARK. 

Miss Mary Adelaide Robinson married Mr. Thomas S. 

Roberts. 
Miss Jennie Durst Armstrong married Mr. John Mirza 

Bennett. 
Miss Mary Chalmers Foster married Mr. William T. 

Willett. 
Miss Georgie Vaughan Davis married Mr. E. B. Rosser. 
Miss Agnes Anderson Seabrease married Mr. Clayton 

Giles, Jr. 
Miss Mary Haywood Andrews married Mr. William 

Montgomery Person. 
Miss Katharine Scales Plummer married Mr. Palmer 

Scoggin. 
Miss Fannie Louise Harris married Mr. Charles Hays 

Brown. 
Miss Fannie Lyle Murchison married Mr. M. Ashley 

Curtis. 
Miss Rebecca Edwards Jones married Mr. Thomas 

Shepherd Welles 
Miss Janet Dortch married Mr. George Evertson Dix. 
Miss Lucy Haywood Young married Mr. Martin R. 

Powell. 



RESIGNED 



Mrs. Spier Whitaker. 

Mrs. William Huger. 

Mrs. Joseph Jones. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 

Mrs. James Joyce Arthur. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Parker. 

Mrs. Charles Jordan Smith, 

Mrs. William H. Beatty. 

Mrs. Brooke Maynard Wright. 

Mrs. Taylor Beattie. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Roberts. 

Mrs. Walter L. Knox. 

Miss Cordelia Banks Jernigan. 



TRANSFERRED 



Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 

Mrs, Ernest Victor Baltzer. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 

Mrs. G. Frederick Martin. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 

Miss Emma Morehead Whitfield. 

Mrs. J. M. Tull. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Hammond. 

Mrs. Frederick G. Huntington. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



Ajlden, David, 1689-1690. 

Representative in Massachu- 
setts. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 
Alden, John, 1599-1687. 

(Mass.) 
Last surviving Signer of May- 
flower Compact; Member of 
Captain Miles Standish's Dux- 
bury Company, 1643 ; Assist- 
ant, 1633-'41, '50, '86; Deputy, 
1641-1649; Deputy Governor, 
1666; Member of Council of 
War, 1646, '53-'60, '67, '71-'75- 
'76; Treasurer of Plymouth 
Colony, 1655-'59. 

Mrs. John Strieker Coles. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kimbark. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 

Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Alexander, Abraham, 1718- 

1786. (N. C.) 
Chairman Mecklenburg Con- 
vention, May 20, 1775; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1774-'75 from 
Mecklenburg County. 

Mrs. Charles Hays Brown. 
Alexander, Adam, 1728-1790. 

(N. C.) 
Signer of Mecklenburg Decla- 
ration of Independence, 1775; 
Colonel, 1776. 

Mrs. L. D. Childs. 

Mrs. Henry Murphy McAden. 

Mrs. George Stephens. 
Alexander, Hezekiah, 1728- 

1801. (N. C.) 
Appointed by Provincial Con- 
gress, August 21, 1775; Mem- 
ber Committee of Safety, 



April, 1776; Paymaster 4th 
Regiment, North Carolina; 
Continental, 1776. 

Mrs. Charles Hays Brown. 
Alexander, James, 1691-1756. 

(N. Y. and N. J.) 
Attorney-General New York, 
1721 -'23; Surveyor-General of 
New Jersey, 1714. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 
Alexander, Captain John, 

1659-1717. 
High Sheriff of Stafford, 1664. 

Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
Alexander, John McKnitt, 

1733-1817. 
Member Assembly, 1772; Dele- 
gate to Hillsboro, 1775; Mem- 
ber Provincial Congress, 1776; 
Secretary of Convention and 
Signer of Mecklenburg Decla- 
ration of Independence, 1775; 
Crown Surveyor and Trustee 
of Queen's Museum. 

Miss Violet Graham Alex- 
ander. 

Mrs. Jacob Hunter Halli- 
burton. 

Miss Mary Leonora Irwin. 

Mrs. Robert N. Knox. 

Mrs. Henry A. Landes. 
Alexander, Moses, 1725-1772. 

(N. C.) 
First High Sheriff of Meck- 
lenburg County ; Lieutenant- 
Colonel Militia Forces of 
Mecklenburg CountJ^ 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 
Alexander, Robert, 1749-1813. 

(N. C.) 
Member Provincial Congress 
at New Bern, 1774; Hillsboro 
Convention, 1775; Captain; 
Member Committee of Safety, 
Tryon County. 

Mrs. Jacob H. Halliburton. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



157 



Mrs. Dcrrill Hart McCul- 

lough. 
Mrs. John Van Landingham. 
Allen, Arthur, 1649-1710. 
(Va.) 
Burgess, 1684-'85, '88; Speaker 
of House of Burgesses, 1686. 
Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 
Allerton, Isaac, 1583-1659. 
(Mass.) 
First Assistant Governor with 
Bradford, 1621; Colonial 
Agent, 1626. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 

Alston, Major James. 

1763. 
Justice of Peace for Chowan 
County, North Carolina, 1758. 
Mrs. Edward Taylor 

Fowlkes. 
Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 
Miss Cordelia Banks Jerni- 

gan. 
Mrs. Orestes Pierce. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Mrs. Warren B. Watkins. 
Alston, Judge John. 

Associate Justice Supreme 
Bench of North Carolina, 1724- 
1730; Judge, 1730; Justice of 
the Peace, 1724; Collector of 
Customs, 1725; Major and 
Colonel of Provincial Troops. 
Mrs. John H. Anderson. 
Mrs. J. H. Currie. 
Mrs. William James Dodd. 
Mrs. Robert P. Duncan. 
Mrs. John Henry Fell. 
Mrs. Edward Taylor 

Fowlkes. 
Mrs. Thomas Blewett Frank- 
lin. 
Mrs. J. P. Furness. 
Mrs. Frank W. Gaines. 
Miss Elizabeth Royal 

Groves. 
Mrs. James L. Harper. 
Mrs. Frederick G. Hunting- 
ton. 
Miss Cordelia Banks Jerni- 

gan. 
Mrs. George W. Jones. 
Mrs. Laurence Haywood Lee. 
Mrs. Henry Armand London. 
Mrs. Samuel Bell McKee. 



Mrs. Frederick G. Martin. 

Mrs. Hampden Osborne. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 

Mrs. Orestes Pierce. 

Mrs. Ernest Waller Pittman. 

Mrs. W. H. Pleasants, Jr. 

Mrs. Augusta R. Shuford. 

Mrs. James G. Snedecor. 

Mrs. Josiah B. Solomon, 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Mrs. Allen Tupper. 

Mrs. George W. Van Hoose. 

Mrs. Warren B. Watkins. 

Mrs. Samuel G. Woolf. 
Alston, Joseph John, 1633-1699. 
Member of Assembly, 1744-'52; 
Justice of the Peace, 1747. 

Mrs. William James Dodd. 

Mrs. Laurence Haywood Lee. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 

Mrs. W. H. Pleasants, Jr. 

Mrs. James G. Snedecor. 

Mrs. Samuel G. Woolf. 
Alston, Philip, 1706-1787. 

(N. C.) 
Member of General Assembly; 
Lieutenant-Colonel of Cumber- 
land County; Major, 1775. 

Miss Jeannette Ballard. 

Mrs. William J. Dodd. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 

Mrs. James G. Snedecor. 

Mrs. Allen Tupper. 
Alston, William, 1706-1743. 

(N. C.) 
Justice of Quorum, 1741. 

Mrs. Frederick G. Hunting- 
ton. 

Miss Frances Crawford Shu- 
ford. 
Alston, William. (N. C.) 
Committee of Safety, 1774; 
Member of Provincial Congress 
from Tryon County, 1775; 
Lieutenant-Colonel ; first Ma- 
jor Bute County, April, 1776. 

Mrs. Laurence Haywood Lee. 
Amy, Thomas. 

Lord Proprietor of South 
Carolina. 

Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 
Ancrum, John, 1750-1779. 
Judge of Court of Admiralty; 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Member of Council of Safety, 
1775. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Wright. 
Angell, Thomas, 1618-1694. 
One of the original Proprie- 
tors of Providence, Rhode 
Island, 1636; one of the sign- 
ers of the first compact of 
Providence Plantations, 1637; 
Commissioner to the Court of 
Commissions, 1652-1653. 

Miss Sara Crovpther Lip- 
pitt. 

Mrs. Walter R. Taliaferro. 
Armstrong, Thomas, 1750-1780. 

(N. C.) 
Lieutenant in Light Horse 
Company from Rowan County, 
April, 1776. 

Mrs. Charles C. Hook. 

Mrs. John Walter Miller. 

Mrs. George Lee Patterson. 

Mrs. Amos J. Walker. 
Ashe, John, 1720-1781. (N. C.) 
Speaker of Assembly, 1762- 
1765; Member of Assembly, 
1770, 1771-1773; Colonel; 
Member Committee of Safety. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 
Ashe, Honorable John Bap- 

TiSTA, 1699-1734. 
King's Councillor, 1730-'34; 
Speaker of House of Assembly, 
1727. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Mrs. H. I. De Pass. 

Mrs. William H. Phillips. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 
Ashe, Samuel, 1725-1813. 

(N.C.) 
Member Provincial Congress, 
1775-76; Speaker of Senate; 
Supreme Court Judge; Gover- 
nor, President of Council of 
Safety, and Member of Com- 
mittee of Safety; Member of 



Committee to frame Constitu- 
tion. 

Mrs. Hamilton Irvine De 

Pass. 
Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 

don. 
Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 
Ashton, Charles, 1621-1672. 
(Va.) 
Justice in Northumberland 
and Captain of Militia and 
Burgess. 

Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
Ayeb, Peter, 1633-1699. (Mass.) 
Member of Council, 1689; 
Council of Safety at Boston, 
1689; Cavalry Officer, 1690; 
Member of Council or General 
Court, 1683, '85, '90. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
Baile-t, Patrick, 1612-1700. 
(N. C.) 
Justice of the General Court, 
1688. 

Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Bailey, Patrick, 1645-1718. 
(N.C.) 
Judge of General Court, 1683. 
Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Baker, Henry, 1700-1739. 
(N.C.) 
Burgess from Nansemond 
County, Virginia, 1722-'26; 
Magistrate for Chowan County, 
1731. 
Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Baker, Captain Lawrence, 

1681. 

Member of House of Burgesses, 
1666; Burgess from Surry 
County, 1672-'77. 

Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 
Ball, William, 1615-1680 (Va.) 
Colonel Lancaster County Mi- 
litia, 1675, '76; Member of 
House of Burgesses from Lan- 
caster, 1668, '70, '74, '77. 
Mrs. Adam Empie. 
Mrs. E. P. Bailey. 
Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



159 



Banister, John, 1787. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
and of the Convention of 1776. 
Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Banks, Thomas, 1789. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Johnston County, 
1750; Member of the Assembly 
from Granville County, 1776. 
Mrs. Thomas Blewett Frank- 
lin. 

Barker, Thomas, 1786. 

(N.C.) 
Treasurer of Northern Coun- 
ties, 1748; Commissioner to 
revise Acts of Legislature, 
1745-'46. 

Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 
Barringer, Captain John Paul, 
1721-1807. 
Captain of Militia, 1768; Jus- 
tice of Peace for Cabarrus 
County. 

Mrs. Charles C. Hook. 
Mrs. John W. Miller. 
Mrs. Thomas Rawlings My- 
ers. 
Mrs. George Lee Patterson. 
Mrs. Amos J. Walker. 

Barton, Rufus, 1648. 

(R.L) 
Magistrate and Commissioner 
for Warwick. 

Miss Sara Crowther Lippitt. 
Mrs. Walter R. Taliaferro. 
Baskerville, Honorable 
George, 1752. (N.C.) 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty, 1774-'75. 

Mrs. Benjamin Sherrod 
Ricks. 
Batchelder, Rev. Stephen, 
1632-1660. (N. H. and 
Mass. ) 
Distinguished Minister at 
Hampton, New Hampshire, 
1638-'41. 
Mrs. William H. Bagley. 
Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 
Mrs. George R. French. 
Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 
Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 
Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 



Battle, Elisha, 1724-1799. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Colonial Assembly, 
1775; Justice of Quorum, 
1736. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Mrs. Ivan M. Procter. 
Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1709. 
(N.Y.) 
Secretary Province, 1673-'80- 
'88; Receiver-General of the 
Province, 1683-'89; Mayor of 
City, 1685; Member of Govern- 
or's Council, 1685, '87, '88, 
'89, '91, '98; Colonel of Foot 
New York Troops, 1686; Com- 
mander-in-Chief, 1681. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 

Beard, Richard, . (Md.) 

Represented Anne Arundel 
County in Assemblies 1665, 
'66, '67. Burgess in 1665. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 
Beares or Beeres, Captain 

Richard, 1637-1675. 
Deputy from Watertown to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
1663-1675; Lieutenant at 
Watertown, 1663; Captain in 
King Philip's War, 1675. 
Killed at head of his company 
of 30 men by 100 Indians in 
King Philip's War. 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Benbury, Thomas, 1736-1793. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Congress at New 
Bern, 1774-1775; Hillsboro 
Congress, 1775; Halifax, 1776. 

Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Bennett, Governor Richard, 

1606-1676. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1629, and of the Council, 1642- 
'60 ; Governor of Virginia, 
1625-1655; Commissioner to 
England, where he signed the 
agreement with Lord Balti- 
more November 30, 1657; 
Major-General of Virginia 
Forces, 1662-'72. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 
Beenabd, Colonel William, 
1611-1665. (Va.) 
Member of the Council. 
Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 
Bernard, William, 1640-1665. 
(Va.) 
Member of the Council, 1642, 
1649, 1659, 1660. 
Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Berry, Charles, 1738-1766. 
(N.C.) 
Chief Justice of North Caro- 
lina. 

Mrs. Beverly Cameron Cobb. 
Mrs. Thomas Henry Wright. 
Betts, Richard, 1600. (N. Y.) 
Supreme Court Judge, 1669- 
'74; Delegate to Provincial As- 
sembly, 1669; High Sheriff, 
1678-1681; Magistrate; Mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety, 
1689; Captain, 1638. 
Mrs. John M. Heck. 
Billings, Ebenezer, 1684. 
(Conn.) 
Ensign, 1721; Lieutenant, 
1731, Royal Troops. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Billings, William, 1660-1738. 
(Conn.) 
Ensign ; Deputy to Colonial 
Assembly at Hartford, 1703. 
Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Blackwell, Colonel Jacob, 
1717-1780. (N. Y.) 
Member Provincial Congress, 
May 22, 1775; Continental 
Congress, 1774-1776; Colonel 
in French and Indian Wars. 
Mrs. Robert Frank Dalton. 
Blair, John, 1687-1771. (Va.) 
Member of House of Bur- 
gesses, 1736; Member of the 
Council, 1741; President of the 



Council between 1746 and 
1768; Acting Governor of Col- 
ony in 1768. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 
Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Mrs. John D. Cooper. 

Bland, Richard, Sr., 1665 . 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Bur- 
gesses for Prince George Coun- 
ty in 1702. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
Bland, Richard, 1710-1776. 
( Jordans, Va. ) 
Burgess, 1745-'75; Member of 
Convention, 1775-76; Member 
of Committee of Safety and 
First Continental Congress. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 
Bland, Honorable Theodorick, 
I. (Westover, Va.) 1629- 
1671. 
Member of King's Council and 
Collector for James River, 
1660; Speaker of House of 
Burgesses, 1650-1660. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
Bland, Colonel Theodorick, II., 
1714-1784. (Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses; Lieutenant of County 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



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Militia, 1757; Member of Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1774; State 
Senator, 1776. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 
Blount, Charles, 1720-1784. 
(N.C.) 
Member Edenton District Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1773; Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1776. 

Miss Mary Frances Jones. 
Blount, Jacob, 1726-1789. 

Member of Assembly, 1769, 
'70, '76. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 
Mrs. Armistead Jones. 
Mrs. John Albert Long. 
Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 
Blount, Honorable James, 

1662 . 

Burgess for Chowan County, 
1672; Member of the Great 
Council, 1679; Member of the 
Governor's Council, 1672. 
Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. John M. Brooks. 
Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 
Mrs. Robert Eames Faulk- 
ner. 
Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 
Mrs. Charles J. Hatch. 
Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Miss Margaret Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Henry Edwin Rainals 

Kondrup. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Mrs. James Henri LaRoche. 
Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman, 
Mrs. William Oscar Shan- 
non. 
Mrs. Samuel Tate. 
Blount, Honorable John, 1679- 
1725. (N. C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1711; 
Member of the Governor's 
Council, 1722-'25; Justice of 

11 



Peace and of Court, 1703, '19- 
'22. 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 
Mrs. Robert Eames Faulk- 
ner. 
Mrs. Charles J. Hatch. 
Miss Margaret Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Kingsbury. 
Miss Maude Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Henry Edwin Rainals 

Kondrup. 
Mrs. James Henri La Roche. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Mrs. Samuel Tate. 
Blount, John, 1706-1761. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1730, 
'39-'47 ; Receiver of Customs at 
Roanoke; Justice of Peace for 
Chowan County. 

Miss Mary Arrington. 
Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 
Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. John M. Brooks. 
Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Mrs. Oscar Shannon. 
Blount, Joseph, 1715-1777. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1746, 
'54, '68. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Mrs. Robert Eames Faulk- 
ner. 
Mrs. John J. Hatch. 
Miss Margaret Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Kingsbury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Samuel Tate. 
Blount, Captain Thomas, 
1669-1706. (N.C.) 
Took part against the Indians 
in 1699; Member of first Ves- 
try of St. Paul's, 1700. Built 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



and owned Blount's Mill, the 
first in the Province. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 

Miss Lida Tunstall Eodman. 
BoDDiE, Nathaniel or Nathan, 

1732 . (N. C.) 

Member Provincial Congress, 
April, 1776; Signer of Consti- 
tution. 

Mrs. Baldy A. Capehart. 

Mrs. Mason James Dillard. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. Carrie Carr Mitchell. 

Miss Stella Perry. 

Mrs. John R. Price. 

Mrs. Beverly Allen Read. 

Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer. 
BoLLES, Joseph, 1608-1678. 

(Mass.) 
Deputy and Commissioner for 
Maine; Magistrate and Coun- 
cillor. 

Miss Hannah Bolles. 

Mrs. Andrew Harris. 
BoLLiNG, Majoe John, 1676- 

1729. (Va.) 
High Sheriff of Henrico Coun- 
ty, 1706-'07; Major of County 
Militia; Burgess, 1714. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
BoLLiNG, Colonel John, 1700- 

1757. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses 
for twenty years; President of 
County Court; Lieutenant of 
Chesterfield County. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
BoLLiNG, Colonel Robert, I., 

1646-1709. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1704; Colonel of Prince George 
County Militia. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 
BoLLiNG, Robert, II., 1682-1747. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1723, 1736-1744. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 



BoLLiNG, Robert, III, 1730-1775. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1758-1774, and Member of 
Convention, 1774. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 
Bonner, Colonel James, 1782, 

(N. C.) 
Colonel of Beaufort Regiment, 
1775. 

Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 

Mrs. Hugh Jones Lovick. 
Bonner, Thomas, 1690-1765 

(N.C.) 
High Sheriff of Beaufort Coun- 
ty, 1759. 

Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 

Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 

Mrs. Thomas G. Hyman. 

Mrs. Hugh Jones Lovick. 
Bonner, Colonel Thomas, 1715- 

1778. 
Member of Assembly, 1761 — ; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1775. 

Mrs. Phares Coleman. 

Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 

Miss Bessie Whitfield Dun- 
ston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. Charles L. Sticknev. 

Miss Emma M. Whitfield. 

Mrs. Norman G. WMnn. 
Boon, Captain James, 1716- 

1735. 
Justice of Peace for Bertie 
County, 1727-'28. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Bouxetheau, Peter, 1742- 

1798. (S. C.) 
Justice in the Commission of 
the Peace for Charleston Dis- 
trict, 1772-75. 

Mrs. Peter C. Brunson. 
Bradford, John, 1708-1787, 

(N.C.) 
Commissioner of Peace; Mem- 
ber of Colonial Assembly from 
Halifax, 1762-'66; Colonel of 
Halifax Company in 1775; 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress at Halifax, 1776. 

Mrs. Frank C. Groover, 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



163 



Bradford, Governor William, 

I., 15S9-1659. (Mass.) 
Governor of Massachusetts; 
Emigrant on the Mayflower. 

Mrs. Jolin C. Engelhard. 
Bradford . Governor William, 

1620-1657. (Mass.) 
Governor of Plymouth Planta- 
tion 1621, January 1633, '35, 
1637, '39, 1642, 1644, 1645; 
Commissioner of United Colo- 
nies, 1647, '48, '49, '56; its 
President, 1648; Council of 
War, 1642; President of Coun- 
cil of War, 1643-'53; Assist- 
ant, 1633, '34, '36, '38, '44. 
One of the Founders of Ply- 
mouth Plantation ; Commis- 
sioner of Boundary between 
Plymouth and Massachusetts, 
1640. 

Mrs. H. I. De Pass. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. Montfort McGehee. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. Peter M. Wilson. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Bradford, William, 1624-1713. 

(Mass.) 
Deputy Governor, 1682-1686; 
Deputy from Plymouth to Gen- 
eral Court ; Commander-in- 
Chief Plymouth Forces, 1676; 
Treasurer of Colony, 1679, 
1686, 1689, 1692; Assistant, 
1658-1681 ; Commissioner of 
United Colonies, 1682-'86. 
Named Councillor in Charter 
of Massachusetts Bay, 1692. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Bradley, Richard, 1711-1782. 

(N.C.) 
Commissary of Port under 
Colonial Government, rank 
Lieutenant-Paymaster. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 

Mrs. James Hal Boatwright. 

Miss Nanine Bradley. 

Miss Sallie Lord Holmes. 

Miss Caroline Green 
Meares. 



Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. Henry B. Short. 

Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 
Brainerd, Captain Daniel, 

1650-1725. (Conn.) 
Member General Court from 
Haddam; Justice, 1701-1704, 
1705; Captain Haddam Com- 
pany, 1714. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. John R. Price. 
Brainerd, Honorable Heze- 

KiAH, 1681-1727. 
Deputy from Haddam to Gen- 
eral Assembly of Connecticut 
from 1713-1723; Clerk of the 
House of Deputies, 1720; 
Speaker, 1721, '22; Member of 
Governor's Council, 1723-'25; 
Assistant, 1723-'27. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. Henry Armand London. 
Branch, Colonel John, 

1806. (N.C.) 
High Sheriff of Halifax Coun- 
ty, and Colonel of Militia, 
April, 1775. 

Mrs. John W. Howard. 

Mrs. Armistead Jones. 
Brandon, John, 1718-1785. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of the Quorum, Rowan 
County, 1782; Colonel. 

Mrs. Charles C. Hook. 

Mrs. James A. Houston. 

Mrs. John Walter Miller. 

Mrs. George Lee Patterson. 

Miss Janet Quinn. 

Mrs. Amos J. Walker. 
Brandon, Matthew, 1752-1819. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Quorum, 1773. 

Mrs. Charles C. Hook. 

Mrs. John Walter Miller. 

Mrs. George Lee Patterson. 

Mrs. Amos J. Walker. 
Bray, Honorable James, 

1681. (Va.) 
Member of Council, 1674-'75. 

Mrs. Charles W. Spruill, 



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Brevard, Ephraim. (N. C.) 
Writer and Signer of the 
Mecklenburg Declaration of 
Independence, 1775. 

Mrs. Walter L. Knox. 
Brevard, John, 1715-1790. 

(N.C.) 
Justice in Rowan, 1755; Mem- 
ber of Salisbury District Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1775; Mem- 
ber of Provincial Congress, 
1776. 

Miss Caroline Mays Brevard. 

Mrs. T. A. Darby. 
Brewster, Elder William, 

1560-1644. 
One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Colony. Chosen 
Teacher and Ruling Elder of 
Plymouth Plantations. 

Mrs. John Isaac Campbell. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones Lilly. 

Mrs. Ernest H. Rapalje. 
Brickle, Matthew, 1725-1788. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, Hillsboro, North Caro- 
lina, August 21, 1775, and at 
Halifax, April 4, 1776. Ap- 
pointed Lieutenant-Colonel 
April 4, 1776, by Provincial 
Congress. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

Mrs. Hickman Price. 

Bright, Simon, Sr., 1766. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of the Peace for Craven 
County, 1731-'35. 

Mrs. William Murlin Creasy. 
Bright, Simon, Jr., 1738. (N. C.) 
Sheriff of Dobbs County; Cap- 
tain of Militia, 1775; Member 
of all North Carolina Pro- 
vincial Congresses. 

Mrs. William Murlin Creasy. 
Brinckerhoff, Joris Dickson, 

1609-1661. (N. Y.) 
Founded the Dutch Church in 
Brooklyn; Minister and Mag- 
istrate. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Brown, James, 1623-1710. 
(Mass. and R. I.) 



Assistant to Governor; Dep- 
uty from Swansea. 
Mrs. John B. Gibble. 
Miss Carrie T. Moore. 
Brown, John, 1584-1662. (Mass. 
and R. I.) 
Assistant for seventeen years 
Plymouth Colony; Commis- 
sioner of the United Colonies; 
Member Council of War, 1642, 
'46, '53, '55. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 
Miss Carrie T. Moore. 
Mrs. James R. Smith. 
Brown, Governor John, 1622. 
(Mass.) 
Mayflower Emigrant; Assist- 
ant to the Governor in 1636- 
'62 ; Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, 1644-'48. 
Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 
Brown, John, 1630-1707. 

Massachusetts Commissioner 
of the United Colonies, 1663- 
1664; Assistant, 1665, 1666; 
Purchaser of "The King's 
Province," of Rhode Island, 
1659. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John B. Gibble. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Miss Carrie T. Moore. 
Mrs. Frank Ring. 
Brown, Major-General 

Thomas, 1744-1811. (N.C.) 
With General Robert Howe in 
Norfolk Expedition; at Battle 
of Alamance, 1771; Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, 1775; Justice of 
the Peace, 1773. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 
Mrs. William Lanier Hill. 
Mrs. Hugh J. Lovick. 
Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Brownell, Thomas, 1665 . 

(R.I..) 
Commissioner, 1655, '62, '63; 
Deputy, 1664. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 
Bryan. Edward, 1713-1762, 
(N.C.) 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



165 



Justice of the Quorum, 1746- 
1747. 

Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Bryan, Colonel John, 

1787. 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress from Craven County, 
April, 1776; Colonel of Conti- 
nental Troops, 1776. 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 

Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Bbyan, Lewis, 1715. (N. C.) 
Justice; Member of General 
Assembly. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Bryan, Needham, 1690-1767. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of the Peace for Bertie 
County, 1732, '39, '45; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1750-'59. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 

Miss Nellie Wright Cobb. 

Mrs. Phares Coleman. 

Miss Susan Collier. 

Miss Mary Louise Crawford. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis, Jr. 

Miss Bessie Whitfield Dun- 
ston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. R. H. Edwards. 

Mrs. Archibald Gwathmey. 

Miss Sallie Simms Kirby. 

Mrs. James Kyle. 

Mrs. Franklin McNeill. 

Miss Emma M. Whitfield. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 

Mrs. Kenneth Murchison. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. Charles S. Stickney. 

Mrs. James Sprunt. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 

Mrs. N. G. Winn. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Bryan, Colonel Needham, 1725- 

Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775; Colonel at Battle 
of Alamance, 1771. 
Mrs. Phares Coleman. 



Miss Bessie Whitfield Dun- 
ston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. Harvey T. Inge. 

Mrs. Norman G. Winn. 
Bryan, William, 1655-1742. 
(N.C.) 
Justice of the Peace and Mem- 
ber of the House of Assembly 
from Pasquotank County, 
1739; High Sheriff, 1739. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 

Miss Nellie W. Cobb. 

Mrs. Phares Coleman. 

Miss Susan Collier. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis, Jr. 

Miss Bessie Whitfield Dun- 
ston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. Archibald B. Gwath- 
mey. 

Miss Sallie Simms Kirby. 

Mrs. James Kyle. 

Mrs. Franklin McNeill. 

Mrs. William J. Martin. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 

Mrs. Kenneth Murchison. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. James Sprunt. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 

Miss Emma W. Whitfield. 

Mrs. N. G. Winn. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Bryan, William, 1747-1800. 

(N.C.) 
Member Hillsboro Convention, 
1775. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 

Miss Bessie Dunston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. Norman G. Winn. 

Bryan, William, . ( N. C. ) 

Lieutenant-Colonel and Briga- 
dier-General ; Represented Cra- 
ven County several times. 

Mrs. Thomas G. Hyman. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



BuDD, William, 1678-1722. 

(N.J.) 
Judge of Supreme Court; Jus- 
tice of Burlington County, 
June, 1705; Member of As- 
sembly, 1685; Special Tax As- 
sessor of Northampton Town- 
ship, 1701. 

Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 
BuLKELEY, Edward, 1672-1748. 

(Conn.) 
Captain of the Train Band of 
Stephney Parish, Weathers- 
field, 1727; Deputy for Weath- 
ersfield, 1714-'16, '21, 24. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
BtTLKELEY, Gershom, 1636-1713. 

(Mass. and Conn.) 
Surgeon in King Philip's War, 
wounded by the Indians; Min- 
ister of Weathersfield, 1667- 
'77; Deputy for Weathersfield 
to Connecticut General Court, 
1679; Preacher of Connecticut 
Election Sermon about 1680; 
Fellow of Harvard College, 
1658-'61. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
BuLKELEY, Rev. Peter, 1583 — . 

(Mass.) 
Active in forwarding the in- 
terest of the Colony prior to 
1659. 

Mrs. Harden Hairston. 

Miss Saidy Hall. 

Mrs. Charles Lee Summers. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
BuLLEN, Thomas, 1695-1750. 

(S.C.) 
Member of Assembly of South 
Carolina, 1728-'31. 

Mrs. Edwin C. Holt. 
Burgess, Captain Edward, 

1656-1722. (Va. and Md.) 
Justice, 1669-'89; Member of 
the Committee for Founding 
Londontown and Port of En- 
try; Commissioned, 1669, Cap- 
tain of Foot Anne Arundel Mi- 
litia, 1686. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 
nathy. 



Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 
son. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 

Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Burgess, William, 1622-1686. 

(Md.) 
Justice Anne Arundel County, 
1664; Quorum, 1665; Deputy- 
Governor, 1682-'86; Member 
Council; Colonel Commanding 
Forces of the Province of 
Maryland. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Burgess, Colonel William, 

1623-1686. (Md.) 
Colonel in 1676; Commander- 
in-Chief, 1677; Deputy Gov- 
ernor, 1684-'86. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 
nathy. 

Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 
son. 

Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Burgess, Colonel William, — 

1786. (Md.) 
Justice Anne Arundel County, 
1664; of Quorum, 1665; Bur- 
gess, 1659, '69, '82; Member of 
Council and Deputy Governor, 
1682-'86; Colonel commanding 
all the Military Forces of the 
Province of Maryland. 

JNIrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Burgwin, John, 1799-1803. 

(N.C.) 
Clerk of the Upper House of 
Assembly; Treasurer of the 
Province under Governors Try- 
on and Josiali Martin. 

Mrs. George Jones. 

Mrs. Tliomas Goode Jcnes. 

Mrs. James Fontaine Maury. 
BuRWELL, Lewis, 1710. 

(Va.) 
Member of Council, 1702. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Camm, Rev. John, 1713-1779. 

(Va.) 
President of William and Mary 
College, 1771-'77; Member of 
Lord Dunmore's Council, 1774. 

Mrs. Warren G. Elliott. 
Camprell, John, 1781. (N. C.) 
County Clerk, 1742; Magis- 



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167 



trate, 1744; County Surveyor, 
1744. 

Mrs. Arcliibald Lingan. 
Cantrkll, Stephen, 1758-1827. 
(N.C.) 
Captain in 1775. 

Mrs. Lucius Junius Polk. 
Capers, William, 1692-1718. 
(S.C.) 
Member Assembly from Berke- 
ley County, 1707-'08. 
Mrs. Edwin _C. Holt. 
Carver, John, 1621 — . (Mass.) 
First Governor of Plymouth, 
and one of the Founders of 
Plymouth. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 
Miss Carrie Thomas Moore. 
Gary, Archibald, 1720-1787. 
(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1748-1774; Colonial Commit- 
tee of Correspondence, 1773- 
'74; Member of Convention, 
1775; Speaker of Virginia 
Senate, 1776-'87. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 
Mrs. Donald MacRae. 
Gary, Colonel Miles, I., 1620- 
1667. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1659-'63; Member of Council, 
1663-'67; Major of Militia of 
Warwick County, 1654; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, 1657; Colonel, 
1659; Killed in action with 
the Dutch, June, 1667. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 
Mrs. W^ade Hampton Leahy. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Donald MacRae. 
Gary, Miles, 1665-1709. (Va.) 
Surveyor-General of Virginia, 
1692; Clerk of Assembly. 
Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 
Gary, William, 1657-1713. (Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1692-'93, 1702. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 



Caswell, Governor Richabd, 

172 — '89. (N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1754-'71; 
Speaker of House of Assem- 
bly, 1770; Commanded right 
wing at the Battle of Ala- 
mance, 1771; Member of Pro- 
vincial Congresses, 1774-'76, 
and of the Continental Con- 
gress, 1774, '75, '76; Treasurer 
of North Carolina, 1775; Pres- 
ident of Provincial Congress, 
1776. (He received the thanks 
of Congress for gallant con- 
duct at the Battle of Moore's 
Creek. ) 

Mrs. Thomas Rawlings My- 
ers. 

Miss Maud Emory Speer. 
Catlett, Colonel John, 1670- 

. (Va.) 

Lieutenant-Colonel and Jus- 
tice of Rappahannock County, 
1665-'68. One of the Commis- 
sioners of Virginia to set the 
boundary line of Maryland, 
1663. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 

Catlett, John, 1724. (Va.) 

Member of House of Burgesses 
for Essex, 170O-'02. Presiding 
Justice of Essex, 1699-1702. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 
Chadbourn, Humphrey, 

1667. (Maine.) 
Elected a Selectman of Kit- 
tery, 1651; Ensign, 1653; 
Town Clerk, 1654; Deputy to 
General Court, 1657-'59 ; Asso- 
ciate Judge of County of York, 
1662. Signed Submission to 
Massachusetts, 1652. 

Mrs. Jasper W. Stanly. 
Chadbourn, -James, Jr., 1684- 

1763. (Maine.) 
Selectman of Kittery, 1732. 
Founder of the town of San- 
ford. 

Mrs. Jasper W. Stanly. 
Chambers, Colonel Benjamin, 

1702-1755. (Pa.) 
Colonel in French and Indian 
Wars, 1747-1748. 

Baronne de Charette. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Charlton, William, 1678-1725. 
(S.C.) 
Justice Precinct Courts of 
Chowan; Interpreter to the In- 
dians. 

Mrs. Edward H. Sholar, 
Mrs. Frank Shepherd 
Spruill. 
Chauncey, Rev. Charles, 1591- 
1671. (Mass.) 
Fellow of Trinity College; 
Vicar of Ware; Minister at 
Scituate and Cambridge, 1638- 
'71; President of Harvard Col- 
lege, 1654-'71; Preacher of 
Election Sermon, 1656. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Chester, Captain John. (Mass.) 
Representative for Wethers- 
field 1678-'86; Deputy for 
Wethersfield ; Commissioner 
for Wethersfield, 1679, '80, '81, 
'82, '83, '84, '85; Deputy for 
Wethersfield, 1675, '78, '79, 
'80, '81, '82, '83, '84, '85, '86. 
Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 

Chew, John, (Va.) 

Colonel of the Provincial 
Troops, Virginia; Justice of 
York. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 
Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Chew, Samuel, 1634-1677. (Va. 
and Md.) 
Member House of Burgesses in 
Virginia; Burgess Anne Arun- 
del County, 1659; Member of 
Council, *1669-'77; Secretary 
and Chancellor of the Prov- 
ince; Justice of the Provincial 
Court, 1669-'77; Colonel of the 
Provincial Forces, Maryland, 
1675. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 

nathy. 
Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 

son. 
Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Mrs. William H. Paton. 
Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Christopher, Judge Richard, 
1662-1726. (Conn.) 



Judge of Supreme Court, 1710- 
1720; Assistant, 1699-1704. 

Mrs. John Isaac Campbell. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones Lilly. 
Church, Captain Richard, 

1608-1668. (Mass.) 
Justice; Captain of Plymouth 
Company, 1643. Served in Pe- 
quod War. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. John R. Price. 
Claggett, Thomas, 1703. 

(Md.) 
Captain in Calvert County 
Militia, 1683. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Clapp, Captain Roger, 1609- 

1602. (Mass.) 
Lieutenant, 1644; Member of 
Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company, 1646; Captain 
at the Castle (Fort Independ- 
ence), 1665-'86; Deputy, 1652, 
thirteen years. 

Mrs. John R. Broadfoot. 

Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Clark, Thomas, 1712-1746. 

(N. C.) 
High Sheriff of New Hanover 
County, 1741-'43; Member of 
Assembly. 

Mrs. Spier Whitaker. 
Clark, William, 1758 . 

(N.C.) 
Member of the Fourth Provin- 
cial Congress of North Caro- 
lina; Delegate from Chatham 
County, North Carolina, 1775, 
at Hillsboro. 

Mrs. Beverly Allen Read. 
Claypoole, James, 1631-1687. 

(Pa.) 
General Commissioner of the 
Peace; Register-General, 1686; 
Member of the Assembly, 1686 ; 
Member of Governor's Council, 
1687. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Theodore Philip Lover- 
ing. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



169 



Cocke, Richard, 1665. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1644-1654. 

Miss Elizabeth R. Groves. 

Mrs. Francis Irwin Osborne. 

Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 
Cocke, Judge William, 1672- 

1720. (Va.) 
Member of Council under 
Queen Ann and George I.; 
Secretary of State, 1702-1704; 
Chief Justice, 1720. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Norwood Giles. 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Justice. 

Mrs. Benjamin F. Lee. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lover- 
ing. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Paiker. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
CoDD, Colonel St. Leger, . 

(Va.) 
Burgess, 1680-'82; Colonel in 
Indian W^ar, 1676. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

COERTON or KORTEX, MyNDERT, 

1650-1706. (New Amster- 
dam.) 
High Sheriff; Member of As- 
sembly, 1698; Member of Gov- 
ernor Leisler's Council. 

Mrs. Walter Gilman Curtis. 
CoFFYx or Coffin, James, 1640- 

1720. (Mass.) 
Judge of Probate Courts, 1704. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 
COFFYN, Tristram, 1605-1681. 

(N. Y.) 
Commissioned by Governor 



Lovelace Chief Magistrate of 
Nantucket Island, 1671-1673, 
by Andros, 1677-1681. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Henrj' Armand London. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 

Miss Jean Dalziel Wood. 
CoGDELL, Richard, 1724-1787. 

(N.C.) 
Aid-de-Camp to Governor Try- 
on, 1771; Member of Provin- 
cial Congress and of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. Edmund Lilly. 

Mrs. Montford McGehee. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. Peter M. Wilson. 
CoiT, Colonel Samuel, 1708- 

1792. (Conn.) 
Lieutenant-Colonel of Connec- 
ticut Troops, 1761; Colonel, 
1768; Member of Assembly, 
1757, '62, 1764, '66, '67-'69, 
1771-'73. 

Mrs. Walter Gilman Curtis. 

Cole, Samuel, L, 1793. 

Member of Assembly New Jer- 
sey, 1683-'85. 

Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 
Cole, Samuel, II., 1683-1728. 

(N. J.) 
Member of Assembly of New 
Jersev; Justice, 1709; Sheriff, 
1713-'17. 

Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 

Coleman, Thomas, 1674. 

(Conn.) 
Deputv 17 times from October, 
165— 'to March, 1656. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 

Coolidge, John, 1691. 

(Mass.) 
Was Selectman from 1639-'58, 
and was frequently Represent- 
ative to the General Court. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

INIrs. Henry John Toner. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Cornell, Richard, 1630-1691. 
Deputy to Hempstead Conven- 
tion, 1665; Patentee of Flush- 
ing, L. I. ; Justice of the 
Peace. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 

wright. 
Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 
Mrs. Morrison Divine. 
Mrs. Thomas C. James. 
Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 
Cornell, Honorable Samuel, 
17—. 
Member of Governor's Council, 
1771-1777. 

Mrs. William Goodman. 
Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 
Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 
Mrs. George W. Kidder. 
Cornell, Thomas, 1595-1655. 
(R.I.) 
Ensign Portsmouth Company, 
1642, '43, '44. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 

wright. 
Mrs. Morrison Divine. 
Mrs. Thomas Wright 
Strange. 
Cotton, John, 1675-1728. ( N. C. ) 
One of the Lords Proprietors 
who surrendered their Charter 
to the Crown ; Associate Jus- 
tice of Supreme Bench at 
Edenton, North Carolina, 1722. 
Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 
Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Craig, Colonel David. 

Lieutenant of Battalion of 
Minute Men; Colonel, 1776. 
Mrs. Jefl'erson Hughes Gray. 
Craige, Captain David, 1731- 
1785. (N. C.) 
Minute Man, 1776; Lieutenant 
Sixth Battalion, Salisbury 
District, April, 1776. 

Miss Aubrey Beauregard 

Cowan. 
Mrs. Henry W. Starling. 
Crawford, Robert, 1718-1726. 
(Mass.) 
Surgeon in Major John Chand- 
ler's Company, 1722. 
Mrs. Charles Whedbee. 



Crawford, William, 1730-1776. 
(Mass.) 
Chaplain, 1757-1768; Surgeon 
in French and Indian War, 
1757-'60. 
Mrs. Charles Whedbee. 

Crisp, Nicholas, 1692 . 

(N.C.) 
Associate Justice for the (Gen- 
eral Court, 1714-'15; Member 
of Assembly, 1708. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 

Crowshaw, Joseph, 1667. 

(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Culbertson, Colonel John, 
1712-1774. (Pa.) 
Lieutenant, 1747; Colonel of 
Morris' Battalion, 1747. 
Baronne de Charette. 
CuLLEN, Captain Thomas, 1640- 
1685. (N.C.) 
Member of Governor's Council, 
1670. 

]\Irs. Hubert Haywood. 
CusHMAN, Robert, 1580-1625. 
( Mass. ) 
Colonial Agent. Secured for 
the Colonists the Virginia 
Patent. He and W i 1 1 la m 
Winslow took out Charter for 
Cape Ann. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 
Custis, Major-General John, 
1630-1696. (Va.) 
Member of Council of Virginia, 
1680; Major-General of Vir- 
ginia Forces. 

Mrs. William D. Hilliard. 
Custis, Colonel John, 1653- 
1713. (Va.) 
Member of Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1699; Colonel and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of Militia on 
Eastern Shore of Virginia. 
Mrs. William D. Hilliard. 



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171 



Cutter, Richard, 1G21-1G83. 

(Mass.) 
Officer of the Artillery Com- 
pany in 1643; Leader and Offi- 
cer of the Train Band, Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 
Dade, Townsend, 1777. 

(Va.) 
Lieutenant-Colonel ; Command- 
ant at Strafford, 1765; Signer 
of Resistance of Stamp Act, 
February, 1766. 

Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
Dandridge, Colonel William, 
1700-1743; member of the 
Council, 1727; received a 
Commission in Royal Navy, 
1737-'45; Commissioner on the 
Boundary of Virginia and 
North Carolina, 1727. 

Mrs. Richard Carson. 

Mrs. John D. Cooper. 
Dauge or Dozier, Colonel 

Peter, 1700-1795. (N. C.) 
Major in Second Regiment in 
Pasquotank County, Provin- 
cial Army, April 22, 1776; 
Lieutenant-Colonel lOtli North 
Carolina Regiment Continental 
Army, 1777, and served under 
Washington; Colonel of Mi- 
litia drafted from Halifax 
District. 

Mrs. Richard J. Corbitt. 

Mrs. William Bornton Shaw. 
Daniel, James, 1690-1761. 

(Va.) 
Sheriff of Goochland County, 
1742, and of Albemarle Coun- 
ty, North Carolina, 1754. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. Henry Armand London. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 
Davidson, Major John, 1735- 

1792. (N. C.) 
Signer of Mecklenburg Decla- 
ration of Independence, May 
20th, 1775; Major of Provin- 
cial Troops, 1776. 

Miss Violet G. Alexander. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Andrews. 



Miss Caroline Mays Brevard. 

Mrs. E. M. Brevard. 

Mrs. Peter Marshall Brown. 

Mrs. Walter Clark. 

Mrs. T. A. Darby. 

Miss Mary Leonora Irwin. 

Mrs. Walter L. Knox. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 

Mrs. Thomas Butler Mal- 
lard. 

Mrs. William M. IMarks. 

Miss Fannie Brandon Moore. 

Miss Maud Dickinson Pitts. 

Mrs. C. E. Raynal. 

Miss Julia J. Robertson. 
Davis, James, 1721-1785. (N. C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1755-'56, 
'60; Sheriff' of Craven County, 
1754; Justice of Peace, 1768, 
'71, '78. (Printed the first 
Newspaper in the Province, 
called North Carolina Maga- 
zine, or Universal Intelligen- 
cer, 1765.) 

Mrs. Roger Marcus Bassett. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones. 

Mrs. Augustus M. Lewis. 

Davis, Jehu, 1757. 

Commissioner of Peace, 1738- 
'40; Judge of County Court, 
1738-'40. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Justice. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 
Davis, Thomas, 1730-1766. 
Justice of Precinct Court, 
1764. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 

Miss Hannah Pattison 
Bolles. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Caroline Green Meares. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. Henry Short. 

Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 

Mrs. William B. Thorpe. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Daw, Nicholas. (N. C.) 

One of the Commissioners for 
the founding of Bath, first 
town in North Carolina. 
Mrs. James G. Thomas. 
Dawson, Colonel John, 1761. 
(N.C.) 
Member General Assembly, 
1731, '32, 1734-'40. 
Mrs. E. B. Rosser. 
Mrs. George W. Vaughan. 
Deane, John, 1707 — . (Conn.) 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty, 1774; Patriot during Revo- 
lution. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 

Deane, Walter, . (Mass.) 

Founder of Taunton, Massa- 
chusetts; Selectman, 1679; 
Deputy to Plymouth Court, 
1640. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
DE Berry, John, 1740-1763. 
(N.C.) 
A Justice of the Peace in 
Northampton County to hold 
the old Colonial County Court. 
Mrs. Thomas W. Hawkins. 
DE Graffenreid, 16611735. 
(N.C.) 
Landgrave and Founder of 
town of New Bern. 
Mrs. John M. Bennett. 
Mrs. James F. Harwell. 
Mrs. John Gindrat Winter. 
Delaney, Colonel Sharp, 1739- 
1799. (Pa.) 
Deputy to Provincial Conven- 
tion, 1775; Captain Militia, 
1775; Colonel Second Bat- 
talion. 

Miss Mary Callum Wiley. 
Delano, Lieutenant Jonathan, 
1648-1720. (Mass.) 
Deputy from Dartmouth to 
General Court of Massachu- 
setts, 1689; Lieutenant of Mi- 
litia, 1690. 

Mrs. Arthur Bertram Skeld- 
ing. 
Denison, Captain George, 1620- 
1694. (Conn.) 
Captain Denison was Colonial 



Military and Civil Officer, and 
Founder of New London and 
Stonington. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Denton, Rev. Richard, 1586- 
1662. (Conn.) 
One of the Ministers of Par- 
ishes who were active in 
founding and forwarding the 
interests of the Colony of Con- 
necticut prior to 1645; Minis- 
ter at Stamford, 1641-1645. 
Mrs. William H. Green. 
Mrs. William Johnston. 
Mrs. William Latimer. 
Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 
Mrs. William A. Williams. 
DE Rosset, Dr. Armand John, 
— 1760. (France.) (N.C.) 
Huguenot Emigrant to New 
Liverpool, now Wilmington, 
North Carolina, 1735; Justice 

of the Quorum, 1760. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 
Mrs. Arthur N. MacCallum. 
Mrs. Gaston Meares. 
DE RossET, Moses John, 1726- 
1767. (N.C.) 
Captain of Provincial Troops 
in the Regiment of Colonel 
James Innis in expedition to 
Virginia against the French 
and Indians; Captain 1754- 
1755; (Mayor of Wilmington 
during the first armed resist- 
ance to the Stamp Act, 1765.) 
Mrs. William Calder. 
Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 
Mrs. Walter L. Holt. 
Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 
Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 
Mrs. George W. Kidder. 
Mrs. Arthur N. MacCallum. 
Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan, Jr. 
Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 
Mrs. Gaston Meares. 
Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 
Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 
Dew, John, Esquire, 1700-1744. 
(N.C.) 
Deputy Treasurer of Chowan 



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173 



Precinct prior to 1722; Jus- 
tice of Peace in Bertie Pre- 
cinct, 1724-'25. 

Mrs. Tlionias W. Hawkins. 
DiCKSox, Captain Joseph, 
1745-1825. 
Captain; Member of Commit- 
tee of Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. Joseph P. Mahoney. 
Mrs. Kate E. Wealcly Moore. 
Mrs. Jesse Joe Nunnally. 
Mrs. Francis L. Price. 
]\Irs. Sawnee Robertson. 
Mrs. John T. Schley. 
Mrs. Louis J. Wortham. 
DoNELSON, John, 1718-1785. 
(Va.) 
Burgess for Pittsylvania Coun- 
ty, 1771-74. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 
Mrs. Thomas S. Webb. 
Mrs. Tliomas S. Welles. 
DoRSEY, Colonel Edwakd, 1650- 
1705. (Md.) 
Colonel and Major; Justice of 
Court, 1679-'85; Judge of High 
Court of Chancery, 1694-'96; 
Held the Great Seal; member 
of House of Burgesses, 1697- 
1705. The Capital Annapolis 
was built on his land. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 

nathy. 
Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Mrs. William J. Dodd. 
Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 

son. 
Mrs. William H. Baton. 
Mrs. Edmond Prince. 
Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Dorset, Colonel John, 1714. 
(Md.) 
Member of Council, 1701, 
1714; Burgess, 1692, 1700, 
1703; Justice Anne Arundel 
County, 1694. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Doty, Benajah, 1723-1780. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, April, 1776. 

Mrs. Columbus Benjamin 
Stephenson. 



Doty, Samuel, 1643-1715. 
(Mass.) 
Lieutenant in 1675. 

Mrs. Columbus Benjamin 
Stephenson. 

Douglas, George, 1739. 

(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1739. 

Mrs. Marion Butler. 
Downing, Emanuel, 1638-1655. 
(Mass.) 
Representative t o General 
Court at Boston, 1639, '40, '41, 
'44, '48. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Mrs. Frank Ring. 
Downs, Captain Henry, 1706- 
1778. (N.C.) 
Signer of the Mecklenburg 
Declaration of Independence, 
May 20, 1775; Captain of Mi- 
litia. 

Mrs. William James Bass. 
Dudley, Captain Christopher, 
I., 1736. (Va. and N. C.) 
Chief of Ordnance and Captain 
of the Military Guard at Hali- 
fax, North Carolina, March, 

1776 . 

Mrs. Emma Martin Maffitt. 
Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. 
Durant, George. 1661-1692. 
(Durant's Neck, N. C.) 
Attorney-General for the 
Grand Council held for the 
County of Albemarle, 1679. 
Mrs'. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Mrs. Daniel C. Cornell. 
Mrs. Robert Fames Faulk- 
ner. 
Mrs. Charles J. Hatch. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Samuel Tate. 
Durant, John, 1662-1777. 
(N.C.) 
He was a Lawyer and Assist- 
ant Deputy to the General 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Court, 1694-'95; Justice of the 
Peace, 1695. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
DuEFEE, Thomas, 1729. (R.I.) 
Deputy, 1707, '09, '13. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 

Eagles, Judge Richard, 

1763. 
Judge of Court, 1740-'42. 
Mrs. George Rountree. 

Earl, Daniel, . (N. C.) 

Pastor of St. Paul's Church, 
Edenton, and Founder of first 
Classical School for Boys in 
North Carolina. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 
Eael, Colonel John, 1700-1740. 
(N.C.) 
Justice Precinct Court, 1731, 
'34. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 
Miss Caroline Green Meares. 
Mrs. Henry B. Short. 
Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 
Earl, John, Jr., 1724-1785. 
(N.C.) 
Member Committee of Safety, 
1775; Justice Precinct Court, 
1769. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 
Miss Caroline Green Meares. 
Mrs. Henry B. Short. 
Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 
Eaton, Honorable Charles 
Rush, 1744-1822. (N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1776; 
Member of Assembly at Hali- 
fax; Lieutenant-Colonel for 
Granville County, 1775. 
Mrs. Benjamin Sherrod 
Ricks. 

Eaton, William, 1759. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Colonial Assembly, 
1747-'53; High Sheriff of 
Granville County, 



Mrs. John Styles Byrd. 
Miss Alethea Collins. 
Mrs. John Caldwell David- 
son. 
Mrs. Benjamin Sherrod 

Ricks. 
Miss Leone Robinson. 
Mrs. Charles E. Shephard. 
Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 
Mrs. William L. Wall. 
Mrs. Frank Wood. 

Eaton, Colonel William, . 

(N.C.) 
Member of North Carolina As- 
sembly, 1746-'53; Committee 
of Safety, 1775; Colonel of 
Militia for Northampton Coun- 
ty, 1776. 

Mrs. William Knowles. 
Miss Laura M. M. Mitchell. 
Mrs. Thomas S. Roberts. 
Mrs. Charles W. Spruill. 
Edwards, Rev. Jonathan, 1639- 

. ( Mass. ) 

Eminent Theologian. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758. 
(N.J.) 
President of Princeton College; 
well known as a Scholar and 
Divine of great eminence. 
Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 
Edavards, Nathaniel, — 1771. 
Burgess, Deputy and Secretary 
of State, 1750. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 
Mrs. John W. Howard. 
Edwards, Rev. Timothy, 1669- 
1755. (Conn.) 
Chaplain of Connecticut 
Troops in French War, 1711; 
Preacher of Election Sermon, 
1708, 1732. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Mrs. Frank W. Ring. 
Eliot, Jared, 1695-1763. (Conn.) 
Trustee of Yale College; Emi- 
nent Divine and Scientist. 
Mrs. Joseph A. Chamber- 
lain. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



175 



Eliot, John, 1631-1()90. (Mass.) 
Prominent Divine; Preacher 
of I]lection Sermon and active 
in forwarding the interests of 
the Colony prior to 1675. 
Known as the Apostle to the 
Indians. 

Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain. 
Elliott, Robert, 1643-1724. 
Deputy to the General Court 
from the town of Scarbor- 
ough, 1655; Councillor of New 
Hampshire, 1692-1715. 
Mrs. Peter C. Brunson. 
Ellisox, Aldersox, 1743-1808. 
(N.C.) 
High Sheriff of Beaufort Coun- 
ty, 1769-1776. 

Mrs. James Gray Thomas. 

Ellisox, James, 1764. 

(X.C.) 
High Sheriff of Bath, 1757. 
Mrs. James Gray Thomas. 
Eltox, Anthony, 1687. (N.J.) 
Proprietor of West Jersey, 
1687. 

Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 
Emerson, Rev. Daniel, 1716- 
1801. (Mass.) 
Was a convert of Whitfield's 
and zealous preacher. Con- 
ducted an Academy in his Par- 
ish. Chaplain in French and 
Indian War. 

Mrs. Harden Hairston. 
Miss Saidy Hall. 
Mrs. Charles Lee Summers. 
Epes, Peter. (Va.) 

Member of Committee of In- 
telligence of Prince George 
County, appointed May 8th, 
1775. " 
Mrs. E. M. Brevard. 
Miss Julia J. Robertson. 

Epps, Captain Francis, 

1655. (Va.) 
He was a Burgess for Charles 
City County in 1625-'31, and 
was a Member of the Council 
from 1637-'52. 

Miss Elizabeth Roval Groves. 
Eewin, John, 1754-1810. (N.C.) 
Captain in Major Williamson's 
Regiment of Militia in the ac- 
tion with Patrick Cunning- 



ham's Royalists, November 19 
and 20, 1*775. 

Mrs. Robert Simonton 
Young. 
Everard, Sir Richard. (Eng- 
land.) (N.C.) 
Last Proprietary Governor, 
1725-'28, and First Royal Gov- 
ernor, 1728-'30. 

Miss Caroline Mays Brevard. 

Mrs. T. A. Darby. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
Everitt, John, 1720. (N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1748; 
Justice of Peace for Dobbs 
County; Sheriff for Dobbs 
County, North Carolina. 

Miss Mary Louise Crawford. 
Everitt, John. 

Justice of the Peace for Tyr- 
rell County, North Carolina, 
1771. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arling- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 
Fairfax, Honorable William, 

1691-1757. (Mass. and Va.) 
Collector of Customs at Salem, 
Alassachusetts, and President 
of the King's Council, Vir- 
ginia. 

Mrs. jNI. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 
Faison or Facex, James. 

(N.C.) 
Lieutenant in Northampton 
County Regiment, April 4, 
1748. 

Mrs. W. M. Shaw. 
Faulcon, Nicholas, 1783. 

(Va.) 
Burgess, 1774, and Member of 
Conventions of 1775-'76. 

Mrs. J. P. Furness. 

Mrs. George W. Van Hoose. 
Fergus, John, 1729-1802. (S. C.) 
Surgeon in Braddock's Army, 
1758. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Feild, Major Peter, . 

Burgess for Henrico County, 
Virginia, 1688-'92. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Fish, Thomas, 1687. (R. I.) 
Counselor of Portsmouth, 
1674. 
Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 
FiTZHUGH, Colonel William, 
1651-1701. (Va.) 
Burgess, 1677-'87; Lieutenant- 
Colonel of Westmoreland 
County, 1683; Colonel of Staf- 
ford County Forces, 1690. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis, Jr. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 

chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison, 
Flint, Henry, 1640-1668. 
(Mass.) 
Preacher of Election Sermon 
and active in forwarding in- 
terests of Colony. 

Mrs. James R. Smith. 
Forney, Jacob, Sr., 1741-1806. 
(N.C.) 
Member of the Committee of 
Safety for Tryon County, 1775. 
Mrs. James G. Boylin. 
FowKE, Colonel Gerard, Sr. 

1669. 

Burgess Northumberland, Vir- 
ginia, 1663; Burgess and Jus- 
tice of Peace in Maryland. 
Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
FowKE, Colonel Gerard, 1662- 
1734. (Md.) 
Member from Lower House 
from Charles County, 1704. 
Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
FowLE, John, 1695-1775. (Mass.) 
Captain, 1738-'48, of the East 
Company, Woburn, Massachu- 
setts; Major, 1749-75, Wo- 
burn Company. 

Mrs. William Montgomery 

Person. 
Mrs. Walter M. Stearns. 
Fowler, Lieutenant Godfrey, 

1796. (N.C.) 

Ensign Company X, Wake 
County; Second Lieutenant of 
Militia, 1772-73. 

Mrs. James Joyce Arthur. 
Fowler, Josiah, 1731-1805. 
( Mass. ) 
Lieutenant in Captain Jesse 



Wyman's Company at Ticon- 
deroga, 1775. Served also as 
Lieutenant in Captain Fox's 
Company, 1775. 

Mrs. William Montgomery 
Person. 

Franck, Martin, . ( N. C. ) 

Member of Assembly, 1712; 
Justice of Peace for Craven 
County. 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Miss Nellie Wright Cobb. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Thomas Rawlings My- 
ers. 
Freeborn, Gideon, 1720. (R.I.) 
Deputy for 1675, 1690, 1703- 
'04, '13. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 
Freeborn, William, 1595-1670. 
(R.L) 
Commissioner, 1638. A Foun- 
der of Portsmouth. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 

Gaither, Benjamin, 1741. 

(Va. and Md.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 

Gaither, John, . (Va. and 

Md.) 
One of the Founders of James- 
town, 1606-1616. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Gale, Christopher, 1680-1734. 
(N.C.) 
Chief Justice of the Colony 
from 1712-1717; Lord Proprie- 
tor's Deputy ; Attorney-Gen- 
eral; Collector of Customs; 
Major of Militia. 

Mrs. John Elliott Bull. 
Mrs. Hubert Havwood. 
Gale, Isaac, 1708-1793. (Mass.) 
Lieutenant in French and In- 
dian Wars, 1757; Captain, 
1763. 

Miss Sybil Hyatt. 
Gardner, Captain John, 1624- 
1706. 
Commissioned b y Governor 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



177 



Lovelace, Chief Military Offi- 
cer and Captain of Foot Com- 
pany of the Island of Nan- 
tucket, 1G73; Chief Magis- 
trate, 1680, '82, '84; Judge ol 
Probate, 1699. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Mrs. Henry Armand London. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffit. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 
Gassaway, Colonel Nicholas, 

1700. (Md.) 

Justice of Precinct Court, 
1686-'91; Captain and Colonel 
of Militia of Anne Arundel 
County Militia. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 

Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Gibson, Jonathan, 1736. 

(Va.) 
Burgess for Caroline County, 
1736; High Sheriff of King 
George County, 1723; Justice 
of Peace of King George Coun- 
ty, 1721. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 
Gilbert, William, 1640-1790 
(N.C.) 
Judge of Court of Pleas and 
Quarter Sessions. 

Mrs. Thomas Moore Bradley. 

Mrs. Philip Augustus Fitts. 

Mrs. Robert J. Gordon. 
Gilliam, Robert, 1720-1795. 
(S.C.) 
Major in Indian Wars. 

Mrs. Fitzhugh MacMaster. 

Mrs. Clarke Waring. 

Mrs. Boiling Whitfield. 
Godfrey, Honorable John. 
(S.C.) 
President of Council, 1685; 
Lords' Proprietors' Deputy, 
1684; Acting Governor, 1685. 

Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 
GooKix, Daniel, 1612-1687. 
(Mass.) 
Deputy for Cambridge to Gen- 
eral Courts, 1649-'51; Speaker 
of House, 1651; Assistant, 
1652, '75, '77, '86; Captain, 

12 



1644; Major, 1675; General, 
1681-'88. 

Mrs. James R. Smith. 
Gorham, Colonel James, 1745- 

1804; Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1775; Member of the 
Committee of Safety for Pitt 
County, 1775. 

Mrs. Roger Marcus Bassett. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones. 

Mrs. Augustus M. Lewis. 
Gorham, Captain John, 1620- 

1676. 
Lieutenant, 1673; Captain of 
Second Barnstable Company 
under Major William Brad- 
ford, 1673. Died of fever con- 
tracted in King Philip's War. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 
Graham, Colonel Augustus, — 
Surveyor-General, 1691-1719; 
Major of Militia, 1700; Colonel 
of Militia, 1715. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 
Graham, Honorable James, 

1701 . (N.Y.) 

Attorney-General Province of 
New York, 1685-'87 and 1691- 
1701 ; Member of Governor's 
Council and Speaker of Colo- 
nial Assembly; Recorder of 
New York, 1683-1700. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 
Graham, Rev. John, A.M., 1694- 

1774. (Conn.) 
He made two trips to London 
and Scotland to procure aid 
for Yale College. 

Mrs. Charles M. Cooper. 
Grainger, Joshua, 1702-1745. 
(N.C.) 
Justice of the Quorum, 1735. 
One of the Historic Founders 
in 1733 of New Liverpool, af- 
terwards Newton, which name, 
by an Act of Assembly in 
1739, was changed to Wil- 
mington. 

Mrs. E. P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Ernest V. Baltzer. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Mrs. John D. Bellamy, Jr. 

Mrs. J. Hal Boatwright. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Tench Coxe. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lover- 
ing. 

Mrs. Arthur N. MacCallum. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Miss Caroline Green Meares. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Henry B. Short. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Geay, William, 1730 . 

Delegate to Assembly which 
met at Hillsboro, 1775; Mem- 
ber of State Congress at Hali- 
fax, 1776. 

Miss Catharine Badger. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sallie Dortch. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Geeen, James, 1716-1790. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly, 1775; Clerk and Secretary 
of Assembly, April, 1776; Jus- 
tice of Peace for Craven Coun- 
ty, 1754. 

Miss Nellie W. Cobb. 

Miss Susan Collier. 

Mrs. Thomas G. Hyman. 

Miss Sallie Simms Kirby. 
Green, John, 1620-1708. (R.I.) 
Commissioner to the Court of 
Commissioners twelve years, 
1652-1664; General Recorder, 
16 5 2-'54 ; Attorney-General, 
1657-'60; Deputy, i664, '74, 
'75, '77, '80; Assistant twenty- 
five years, 1660-'73, and 1677- 
'78, i680-'86, 1689, '!)0; Major 
for the Main, 1683-'86, and 
1690-'91, '96; Deputy Gov- 
ernor, 1690-1700. One of the 
Council of Governor Sir Ed- 



mund Andros, 1686. One of 
those named in the Royal 
Charter granted by King 
Charles II., 1663. 

Miss Sarah Crowther Lip- 

pitt. 
Mrs. Robert L. Taliaferro. 
Greenbury, Nicholas, 1627- 
1697. (Md.) 
County Commissioner, 1686- 
'89; Member of Council, 1692- 
'97; Member of Council of 
Twenty, 1690; President of 
Council and Acting Governor, 
1693-'94; Colonel of Militia, 
1694; Judge High Court of 
Chancery, 1695-'96. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 

nathy. 
Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 

son. 
Mrs. Richard Wallace 

Hogue. 
Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
Gregory, Isaac, 1700-1794. 
(N.C.) 
Colonel of Second Regiment of 
Pasquotank. General in Revo- 
lutionary War. In the hard 
fought Battle of Eutaw; Mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety. 
Mrs. Richard J. Corbitt. 
Mrs. William Bornton 
Shaw. 
Grey, Captain John, 1690-1756. 
(N.C.) 
Deputy Surveyor ; Captain ; 
Commissioner of Peace; Com- 
missioner of Indian Affairs. 
Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Grimes, Demsie, 1730-1757. 
Justice of Peace, 1763; Mem- 
ber of the Committee of 
Safety. 

Mrs. John Dillard Bellamy. 
Miss Olivia Grist Bellamy. 
Mrs. James Walter Wil- 
liamson. 

Grist, John, 1786. (N.C.) 

Member of the Committee of 
Safety of Pitt County, 1775. 
Mrs. John Dillard Bellamy. 
Mrs. James Walter Wil- 
liamson. 



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179 



Gbist, Richard, . ( N. C. ) 

Member of the Committee of 
Safety of Pitt County, 1775. 

Mrs. John Dillard Bellamy. 

Mrs. James Walter William- 
son. 
Haer, Abraham. (N. Y.) 

Member of Council, 1643; 
President, 1644 ; Magistrate, 
1657, '58, '61, '62; Major Sur- 
geon. 

Mrs. James Ravenel Smith. 
Hall, John, 16 — . (Conn.) 
Deputy, 1687-'98; Captain of 
Military Company, 1712; Orig- 
inal Grantee of Middletown, 
Connecticut, 1683. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones Lilly. 
Hall, Percival, 1675-1753. 

(Mass.) 
Assisted in founding Church 
at Medford, of which he was 
Deacon ; Proprietor of Sutton, 
Massachusetts; Representative 
to General Court a number of 
terms. Large Landed Proprie- 
tor. 

Mrs. Harden Hairston. 

Miss Saidy Hall. 

Mrs. Charles Lee Summers. 
Halsey, Thomas, 1592-1664. 

(Conn.) 
Delegate to General Court in 
Hartford, 1664. One of the 
Founders of Southampton, 
Long Island, 1640. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 
Hamlin, Giles, 1622-1689. 

(Conn.) 
Deputy from Middletown to 
General Court, 1666, '68, '70, 
'71, '73, '75, '78-'84; Assistant, 
1667, 1685, 1687, 1689-'90. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. Edmund Lillv Jones. 
Hamlin, Jabez, 1709-1791. 

(Conn.) 
Deputy from Middletown to 
General Court of Connecticut, 
1731-'58, 1766-'73; Speaker of 
House, 1770-'72;; Assistant, 
1758-'66, 1773-'85; Judge of 
County Court, 1754-'85. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. Edmund Lillv Jones. 



Hampton, Anthony, 1733. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly at New 
Bern, 1773. 
. Miss Betty Ballinger. 

Mrs. Edward Randall. 

Mrs. Andrew Graham Mills. 
Hardee, John, 1742-1803. 
(N. C. andS. C.) 
Chairman of the Committee of 
Safety of Pitt County, North 
Carolina, 1774. 

Mrs. Cecil Andrew Lyon. 
Harden, John, 1742-1803. 

(N.C.) 
Chairman of the Committee of 
Safety of Pitt County, 1774. 

Mrs. Cecil Andrew Lvon. 
Hardy, Benjamin, 1732-1792. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Colonial Assembly, 
1771. Signed Dobbs County 
Petition ; Justice of Peace. 

Mrs. W. T. Hines. 

Hardy, John, 1680 . (N.C.) 

Associate Justice of Court, 
1716-'19; Sheriff of Chowan 
County, 1711-1718. 

Mrs. W. T. Hines. 
Harper, Jeduthan, 1736-1819. 
(N.C.) 

Delegate from Chatham Coun- 
ty to Provincial Congress at 
Hillsboro, 1775; Delegate to 
Halifax, April, 1776; Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel. 

Mrs. Robert D. Johnston. 

Mrs. Rufus L. Patterson. 

Miss Emma Morehead Whit- 
field. 
Harris, Colonel John, 

1800. 
Committee of Safety, 1774-'76. 

Mrs. Thomas G. Hyman. 

Mrs. Thomas J. Jarvia. 

Mrs. Harrv Skinner. 
Harris, Robert, 1710-1798. 

(N.C.) 
Colonel of Militia under Gen- 
eral Waddell, 1771. 

Mrs. William Richard 
Wright. 
Harris, Thomas, 1583-1658. 

(Va.) 
Burgess, 1623, '39, '46. 

Mrs. Thomas .J. Jarvis, 

Mrs. Harrv Skinner, 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Harbis, Major William, 

1678. (Va.) 
Burgess, 1652-'58; Justice of 
Henrico County, and Major of 
Regiment of Charles City 
and Henrico Counties, 1656. 
Mrs. Thomas J. Jarvis. 
Mrs. Harry Skinner. 
Harrison, Benjamin, 1649. 
(Va.) 
Clerk of Virginia Council, 
1634; Burgess, 1642. 
Mrs. Andrew Graham Mills. 
Hartwell, William, 1636-1690. 
(Mass.) 
Quartermaster of Troops under 
Captain Wheeler, 1673. 
Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Harvey, Governor John, 1639- 
1702. (N. C.) 
President of the Council and 
Acting Governor, 1680; Speak- 
er of Assembly, 1676. 
Mrs. Henry T. Bryan. 
Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 
Mrs. Armistead Jones. 
Mrs. John Albert Long. 
Mrs. John A. Weddell. 
Harvey, John, 1725-1775. 
(N.C.) . 
Member of the General As- 
sembly, 1746. Also member of 
many subsequent Assemblies ; 
Speaker of the Assembly, 
1766-73. Called the first Pro- 
vincial Congress in North 
Carolina, was elected Modera- 
tor of it. Known throughout 
the State as the "Great Mod- 
erator." 

Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 
Mrs. Richard Frederick 
Hamme. 
Harvey, Thomas, 1699. (N.C.) 
Deputy Governor, ie94-'98. 
Mrs. Lee Bernard Counsel- 
man. 
Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 
Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 

Harvey, Thomas, 1729. 

(N.C.) 
Member of the Upper House 
in the Assembly held at Eden- 
ton, 1727; Member of the 



Court held at Queen Anne's 
Creek, 1719. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 

Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 
Haskell, Governor James, 

1738-1785. 
Chief Justice of North Caro- 
lina and President of the 
Council, 1759 — ; Acting Gov- 
ernor after departure of Gov- 
ernor Tryon, 1771. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Wright. 
Hatch, Anthony. ( N. C. ) 

Justice of Precinct Court, 
March, 1713; Treasurer of the 
Court of the Province, 1722; 
President at several meetings 
of the General Court of the 
Province, 1713-74. 

Mrs. Daniel C. Correll. 
Hatch, Edmund, 1720. (N.C.) 
Member Assembly, Craven 
County, 1775. 

Miss Emma Morehead Whit- 
field. 
Hatch, Lemuel, 1745-1776. 

(N.C.) 
Appointed Lieutenant-Colonel 
from Craven County, 1776; 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, New Bern, 1774; Hali- 
fax County, 1776. 

Mrs. Daniel C. Correll. 

Miss Emma Morehead Whit- 
field. 
Haughton, Joab, 1725-1792. 

(N.J.) 
Colonel and one of the first 
Field Ofiicers sent from New 
Jersey. 

Mrs. William Henry Beatty. 

Mrs. Alfred Thompson. 

Mrs. Brooke Maynard 
Wright. 
Hawkins, Colonel Philemon, 

L, 1707-1801. (N.C.) 
Member of General Assembly; 
High Sheriff of Granville 
County, 1757; Aide-de-Camp 
to Governor Tryon, 1771. 

Mrs. John W. Atkinson. 

Mrs. M. H. Bagley. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 

Baronne de Charette. 

Mrs. George Evcrtson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



i8i 



Mrs. Thomas Hill Haugh- 
ton. 

Mrs. William A. Hunt. 

Mrs. Armistead Jones. 

Miss Mary Frances Jones. 

Mrs. John Albert Long. 

Mrs. Montford McGehee. 

Mrs. William M. Marks. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. William Montgomery 
Person. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. John D. Rose. 

Mrs. J. Palmer Scoggin. 

Mrs. Herbert Smith. 

Mrs. Jabez Curry Street. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Webb. 

Mrs. Peter M. Wilson. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Hawkins, Colonel Philemon, 

II., 1752-1833. (N. C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1776; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1775; Col- 
onel, 1776. 

Mrs. John W. Atkinson. 

Mrs. John Elliott Bull. 

Mrs. Tliomas Hill Haughton. 

Mrs. Pembroke Jones. 

Mrs. Herbert Smith. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Welles. 
Haynes, Captain Roger, 

1751-'52. 
Captain in His Majesty's 
Army and Officer in the North 
Carolina Forces. 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 

JMiss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Haynes, Thomas, 1749-1823. 

(N.C.) 
Member Committee of Safety 
of Halifax, 1774. 

Mrs. John Styles Bird. 
Haywood, Egbert. ( N. C. ) 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty at Halifax, 1774-'75; Major 
of Militia, 1775-76. 

Mrs. Henry Terrell. 
Haywood, Colonel John, 1685- 

1758. (N.C.) 
Surveyor-General and Treas- 
urer of Northampton County, 
1752; Member of the Assem- 
bly, 1746-'52; Colonel of Mi- 



litia; Commissioner of Coast 
Fortifications. 

Mrs. M. H. Bagley. 

Mrs. Preston L. Bridgers. 

Mrs. Richard Henry Carter. 

Mrs. Alexander Cooper. 

Mrs. John Edward Delony. 

Mrs. Armistead Jones. 

Miss Eliza Jane King. 

Miss Elizabeth Knott. 

Mrs. John Albert Long. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. John D. Rose. 

Mrs. Algernon Smith. 

Mrs. Charles J. Smith. 

Mrs. Howard F. Smith. 

Mrs. Walter M. Stearns. 

Mrs. Henry Terrell. 

Miss Camilla Wilworth 
Toney. 

Mrs. William T. Willett. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Haywood, General John, 1740- 

1758. (N.C.) 
Treasurer of the Northern 
Counties of the Province from 
1752-1758. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 

Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 
Haywood, Colonel William, 

— 1779. 
Member of Colonial Assembly, 
1760-79; Committee of Safe- 
ty, 1775; Colonel of Provincial 
Troops; Surveyor to Earl 
Granville. 

Mrs. M. H. Bagley. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 

Mrs. Armistead Jones. 

Miss Elizabeth Knott. 

Mrs. Ben W. Moore. 

Mrs. Martin R. Powell. 

Mrs. John D. Rose. 

Mrs. Charles J. Smith. 

Mrs. Walter M. Stearns. 

Mrs. Peter M. Wilson. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 

Mrs. William H. Young. 
Henderson, Richard, 1735-1785. 

(N.C.) 
Associate Justice of Supreme 
Court, 1767. One of the Pro- 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



prietors and Presidents of 
Transylvania County Colony. 
Mrs. William Henry Beatty. 
Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 
Mrs. J. Palmer Scoggin. 
Mrs. John Taylor Thomas. 
Mrs. Alfred Thompson, 
Mrs. Brooke Maynard 
Wright. 
Henderson, Samuel, 1700-1784. 
High Sheriff of Granville 
County. 

Mrs. William Henry Beatty. 
Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 
Mrs. Henry Claiborne Hor- 

ton. 
Mrs. Alfred Thompson. 
Mrs. Brooke Maynard 
Wright. 

Heritage, Captain John, . 

Captain in Second Regiment 
of Provincial Troops, 1775. 
Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Heritage, William, 1707-1769. 
Clerk of the House of Assem- 
bly thirty years. 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. Walter Clark. 
Miss Nellie Wright Cobb. 
Miss Claudia Watkins Hun- 
ter. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Thomas Rawlings 
Myers. 
Herring, John, 1684-1760. 
(N.C.) 
Sent to Connecticut to exam- 
ine Revisals of Laws; Member 
of Assembly, 1749; Justice of 
Peace for Duplin County, 1750. 
Had a new Commission of 
Peace issued to him; Member 
of Assembly, 1759. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 

ton. 
Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 
Miss Mary Louise Crawford. 

Hicks, John, 1672. (N. Y.) 

Member of Provincial Conven- 
tion, 1653, 1665. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 



Hicks, Thomas, 1642-1717. 

(N.Y.; 
High Sheriff of Queen's Coun- 
ty, Province of New York, 
1685-1703; Captain of Provin- 
cial Troops, 1686; Member of 
Assembly, 1701-'02. 

Mrs. C. C. Phillips. 

Mrs. C. E. Weatherby. 

Mrs. M. McD. Williams. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 
Hicks, Thomas, 1735-1781. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly at New Bern, 1775, 1776, 
1778; State Legislature at 
New Bern, North Carolina, 
1778. 

Miss Georgia Hicks. 
HiGGiNSON, Robert. (Va.) 
Captain in service against In- 
dians; War Commander of the 
Middle Plantation. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Hill, Colonel Benjamin, 1696- 

1758. (Va.) 
Member Assembly Bertie Coun- 
ty, 1737, '39, '42; for North- 
ampton, 1746, '47, '49; Jus- 
tice Precinct Court, 1749. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 

Miss Hannah Pattison. 
Bolles. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 

Miss Caroline Green Meares. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. Henry B. Short. 

Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 

Mrs. William B. Thorpe. 
Mrs. Josiah H. Warner. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Hill, Green, 1741-1825. (N.C.) 
Member Provincial Congress, 
Halifax, April, 1776; Major in 
Provincial Ranks. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

Mrs. Hickman Price. 

Mrs. Henry Swentzel Robin- 
son. 
Hill, Captain William, 1734- 

1783. 
Justice of the Quorum, 1764- 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



183 



'69; Receiver of Customs for 

Port Brunswick, 1764 ; 

Captain of Provincial Troops, 
1775. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 

wright. 
Mrs. William H. Chalmers. 
Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 
Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 
Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 
Mrs. Morrison Divine. 
Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 
Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 
Mrs. Thomas C. James, 
Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 
Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 
Mrs. George W. Kidder. 
Miss Athalia Lord. 
Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 
Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 
Mrs. Thomas H. McKoy. 
Miss Adelaide Meares. 
Mrs. Gaston Meares. 
Mrs. William C. Munds. 
Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 
Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 
Mrs. Thomas Settle. 
Mrs. William Bennett 

Thorpe. 
Mrs. John S. Watters. 

Hill, William, . 

Member of Convention at 
Hillsboro, 1775. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 

wright. 
Mrs. Morrison Divine. 
HiNES, John, 1695-1719. (N. C.) 
Justice of Peace; Member of 
House of Burgesses, 1712. 
Mrs. W. T. Hines. 
Hinsdale, Robert, 1638-1665. 
(Mass.) 
Member of Ancient and Hon- 
orable Artillery of Boston, 
1645. 

Mrs. Edmund Lilly Jones. 

HiNTON, John, 1784. 

(N.C.) 
Colonel of Regiment at Bath, 
County of Albemarle, 1771, and 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775; Member of Com- 



mittee of Safety, Hillsborough 
District, 1775; Colonel North 
Carolina Militia, 1775; Com- 
mandeu Roniment at Moor^j's 
Creek Bridge, 1776; Member 
of Provincial Congress, Hali- 
fax, 1776. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Mrs. Thomas Blewett Frank- 
lin. 

Miss Susie Gentry. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Robert Hardin Marr. 

Mrs. Hampden Osborne. 

Mrs. William B. Wilson. 
HoLDEN, Randall, 1612-1692. 
One of the twelve Purchasers 
of Warwick, Rhode Island, 
1642; one of the Purchasers 
of the Narragansett Country, 
later called "The King's Prov- 
ince," 1659; Commissioner to 
the Court of Commissioners, 
1652, '54, '60, '62, '63; Deputy 
from Warwick, 1666, '67, '69, 
1670-'73, '75, '80, '86, '91; As- 
sistant, 1647, '53-'59, 1664, '65, 
'76; one of those named in the 
Royal Charter granted by King 
Charles II., 1663. 

Miss Sarah Crowther Lip- 
pitt. 

Mrs. Walter R. Taliaferro. 
Holladay, Captain John, 

1742. (Va.) 
Captain of Border Rangers in 
Indian Wars. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Hollings WORTH, Henry, 1658- 
1712. (Pa.) 
Member of the Pennsylvania 
Assembly, 1695; Clerk of 
Court, Chester, Pennsylvania, 
1700 and 1708. 

Mrs. W. M. Shaw. 

HOLLIXGSWORTH, STEPHEN, 1712- 

1734. (Md.) 
Justice of Peace for Cecil 
County until 1734. 

Mrs. W. M. Shaw. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, VALENTINE, 

1632-1710. (Pa.) 
Member of the Pennsylvania 
Assembly, 1682-'83, '87- '88, 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



'89-1700; Justice of the Peace, 
1685. 

Mrs. W. M. Shaw. 
HoLLiSTEB, John, 1612-1665. 

(Conn.) 
Deputy from Weymouth in 
1644; Deputy 14 times from 
1644 in Wethersfield, Connecti- 
cut, from 1644-'59; Commis- 
sioned Lieutenant, 1659. 

Mrs. Marcus Clavide Ham- 
mond. 
HoLYOKE, Edward, 1639-1660. 

(Mass.) 
Deputy from Lynn to General 
Court, 1639-'43, '47, '48; Dep- 
uty for Springfield, 1650-'60. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
HoLYOKE, Elizub, 1676. (Mass.) 
Deputy from Springfield to 
General Courts, 1656-'61, '67, 
70, '73, '74, '75; Ensign, 1653; 
Captain, 1670; Magistrate, 
1665. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
Hooker, Rev. Thomas, 1586- 

1647. (Mass. and Conn.) 
One of the historic Founders 
of Connecticut, 1736. Eminent 
Minister at Cambridge and 
Hartford. 

Mrs. Walter Dudley Gale. 

Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 

Mrs. Frank W. Ring. 
Hooper, Captain Henry, Sb., 

1620-1676. (Va.) 
One of the Gentlemen Justices 
of Calvert County; Captain of 
Militia. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 
Hooper, Henry, Jr., 1643-1750. 
(Va.) 
Chief Justice; Member of 
House of Burgesses, 1694. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 
Hooper, William, 1742-1790. 
Member of Assembly, 1773; 
Member of Upper House, 1774; 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1774-'76; Delegate to 
First Continental Congress, 
1775-'77; Signer of Declara- 



tion of Independence, July 4, 
1776. 

Mrs. Spier Whitaker. 
Hopkins, Stephen, 1664. 

(Mass.) 
Assistant Governor, 1633, '34, 
'35, '36; in 1643 was one of a 
Council of War. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 
Horton, Barnabas, 1640-1680. 

( Conn. ) 
One of the Founders of South- 
old; Deputy to General Coun- 
cil in New Haven, 1656-'58, 
59-'61; was Magistrate, 1664, 
till death ; Deputy at Hart- 
ford, 1663-'64; Freeman of 
Connecticut. 

Mrs. Columbus Vance Hen- 
kel. 

Howard, John, 1661. (Va.) 

Member of House of Burgesses, 
16—. 

Mrs. Thomas H. McKoy. 
Howard, Matthew, 1635-1692. 

(Va. and Md.) 
Associate Justice of the Coun- 
ty and a Member of the Com- 
mittee of the Port of Entry. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 
nathy. 

Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 
son. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 

Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
HowLAND, John, 1620-1672, '73. 
One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Colony; Assist- 
ant of Plymouth, 1632, '34, 
'35 ; Deputv to General Court, 
1641, '45, '58, '61, '63, '66, '67, 
'70. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Mrs. J. B. Gibble. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Henry Armand Lon- 
don. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 

Mrs. James R. Smith. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



185 



Hubbard, George, 1636-1683. 

(Conn.) 
Surveyor and Deputy Magis- 
trate; Member of the Commit- 
tee of General Court at Hart- 
ford, 1637, '38, '43; Deputy to 
General Court from Guilford, 
1654, '55, 1657-1662. 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Hunt, Lieutenant Ralph, 1656- 

1677. (N. Y.) 
In 1664 was chosen by His 
Majesty, Charles II., to office 
and was appointed to inspect 
the Indian Reserves, 1665 ; 
was commissioned by Govern- 
or Nichols as Lieutenant in 
the Provincial Troops. 

Mrs. Jacob Lott Ludlow. 
HussEY, Christopher, 1632- 

1686. (Mass. and N. H.) 
Deputy to General Court, 
1658, '59, '60, '72; Councillor 
of New Hampshire, 1679-'85; 
Lieutenant, 1658; Captain, 
1672. 

Mrs. John C. Anderson. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Henry Armand Lon- 
don. 

Mrs. E. E. Moffitt. 

Mrs. Ihomas Murphy. 
lEWiN. Robert, 1740-1800. 

(N.C.) 
Signer of the Mecklenburg 
Declaration of Independence 
and Member of Provincial 
Congress at Halifax, April 4, 
1776. 

Miss Mary Leonora Irwin. 
Jaqueline, Edward, 1638-1739. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1714. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Jencks, Governor Joseph, Jr., 

1656-1740. (R.I.) 
Deputy Governor, 1715-1727; 
Deputy, 1691-1698, 1700-1708; 
Speaker of the House; Govern- 



or of Rhode Island, 1727- 
1732. 

Mrs. William J. Martin. 
Jenkins, Governor John, 1665- 

1681. (N.C.) 
Governor of old town of Albe- 
marle, 1676, and again in 
1785, till his death. 

Mrs. Thomas W. Hawkins. 
Jennings, Augustine, 1699- 

1778. (Va.) 
Major in Virginia Colonial 
Militia, 1770. 

Mrs. Andrew Graham Mills. 
Jennings, Edmund, 1659-1727. 

(N.C.) 
Attorney-General in 16 8 0- 
1691; Secretary of State, 1702- 
'05-'12, '22; President of Coun- 
cil, 1706; Acting Governor till 
August, 1710, when relieved by 
Governor Spottswood. 

Mrs. George P. Collins. 

Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Mrs. William L. Wall. 

Mrs. Frank Wood. 
Jennings, William, 1673-1687. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace for Chowan 
County, 1673. 

Mrs. Archibald Linsran. 
Johnson, William, 1629-1702. 

(Conn.) 
Founded the Colony at Guil- 
ford, Connecticut. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 
Johnston, Amos, 1746-1816. 

(N.C.) 
Presiding Justice of County 
Court of Edgecombe County, 
1774-'76; also State Senator. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Johnston, Jacob, . 

Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty, 1775. 

Mrs. Tliomas Hill Haughton. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Mrs. Herbert Smith. 

Mrs. Columbus B. Stephen- 
son. 
Johnston, James, 1742-1805. 

(N.C.) 
Delegate to Provincial Con- 
gress at Halifax, April, 1776. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Andrews. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Mrs. E. M. Brevard. 
Mrs. William M. Marks. 
Miss Julia Johnston Robert- 
son. 
Johnston, William Samuel, 
1727-1819. (Conn.) 
Delegate to Stamp Act Con- 
gress, 1765; Judge of Supreme 
Court, 1772-74. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 
Miss Sally Dortch. 
Johnstone, Majoe John, I. 
Surveyor-General of North 
Carolina, 1736. 

Mrs. John Strieker Coles, Jr. 
Mrs. William H. Green. 
Mrs. George Carroll Harris. 
Miss Helen Johnstone Har- 
ris, 
Mrs. William Johnston. 
Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 
Mrs. William Latimer. 
Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 
Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 
Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 
Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 

merck. 
Mrs. William A. Williams. 

Johnstone, John, II., 

1816. 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty at Edenton, 1775;; Member 
of Provincial Congress, April, 
1776. 

Mrs. George Carroll Harris. 
Miss Helen Johnstone Har- 
ris. 
Johnstone, Major Jonas, 1740- 
1779. 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1776; Major, April, 
1776. 
Mrs. Thomas Hill Haughton. 
Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 
Mrs. Carrie Carr Mitchell. 
Mrs. Herbert Smith. 
Jones, General Allen, 1731- 
1798. (N. C.) 
Chairman of Committee of 
Safety; Delegate to Congress 
at New Bern. 1774, and to 
Halifax, April, 1776. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 
Mrs. Joseph Branch. 
Mrs. Lytle Buchanan. 



Mrs. John Strieker Coles, Jr. 
Miss Alethea Collins. 
Mrs. John Wilson Harrison. 
Mrs. John W. Howard. 
Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 
Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 

merck. 
Mrs. George G. Thomas. 
Mrs. Thomas S. Welles. 
Jones, Honorable Edward, 
1738-1751. (N. C.) 
Member of Assembly from 
Granville County, 1746, '47, 
'48, '49, '51; on many impor- 
tant committees. 

Mrs. Benjamin Sherrod 
Ricks. 
Jones, Captain Ephraim, 1706- 
1756. 
Lieutenant in Third Middle- 
sex Regiment, 1765; Captain 
in command of Company on 
Expedition to Nova Scotia 
under General John Winslow, 
1755; Member of General 
Court. 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Jones, Francis, 1680-1709. 
(N.C.) 
Judge of General Court, 1689; 
Surveyor-General, 1698; Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 
1701. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Jones, Honorable Frederick, 
1670-172—. (N.C.) 
Chief Justice of North Caro- 
lina, 1718 . 

Mrs. William M. Chalmers. 
Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 
Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 
Mrs. H. I. DePass. 
Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 
Mrs. Norwood Giles. 
Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 
Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hol- 

loway. 
Mrs. Edwin Justice. 
Mrs. Edwin Justice. 
Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 
Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 
Mrs. George W. Kidder. 
Mrs. Wilson G. Lamb. 
Mrs. Benjamin F. Lee. 
Miss Athalia Lord. 



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187 



Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 
Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 

don. 
Miss Adelaide Meares. 
Mrs. Gaston Meares. 
Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 
Mrs. William C. Munds. 
Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 
Mrs. Thomas Settle. 
Mrs. William Bennett 

Thorpe. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Mrs. John S. Watters. 
Mrs. William A. Withers. 

Jones, Colonel James, . 

(KC.) 
Member of Governor's Council, 
1765. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 
Mrs. Hampden Osborne. 
Jones, James. (N. C.) 

Member of the Provincial Con- 
gress, 1776. 

Mrs. Thomas Blewett Frank- 
lin. 

Jones, Jonas, 1736 . 

Served with his father. Cap- 
tain Ephraim, in Expedition 
to Crown Point; saw much 
service in later French Wars. 
(Served in Revolutionary War 
under Colonel Artemus Ward.) 
Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Jones, Captain Josiah. 

Lieutenant, 169 — , Massachu- 
setts; Captain, 1709; services 
rendered in King William's 
and Queen Ann's Wars. 
Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Jones, Captain Peter, . 

(Va.) 
Captain of Company in Indian 
War, 1675. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 
Jones, Honorable Robert or 
Robin, 1701-1766. (N. C.) 
Agent of Lord Granville, ap- 
pointed March 20, 1761; 
King's Council; Attorney-Gen- 
eral, 1765; Receiver-General 
and Agent for the Province; 
Judge Advocate for the 



Crown; Member of Assembly, 
1754. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 

Mrs. Lytle Buchanan. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 

Mrs. John Strieker Coles, Jr. 

Miss Alethea Collins. 

Mrs. John Wilson Harrison. 

Mrs. Tliomas Hill Haugh- 
ton. 

Mrs. John W. Howard. 

Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Alphonse Stollemerck. 

Mrs. George G. Thomas. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Welles. 
Jones, Captain Roger. 

One of the Founders of New- 
port News, Virginia; Captain 
of a Sloop of War to surprise 
piracy in Chesapeake Bay. 

Mrs. Edward Taylor 
Fowlkes. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Jones, Tignal, 1736-1807. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775, and also of Com- 
mittee of Safety for Wake 
County, 1776. 

Miss Mary Louise Baxter. 

Mrs. Michael Campbell. 

Miss Susie Gentry. 

Mrs. Robert Jackson. 

Mrs. Robert Hardin Marr. 
Jones, Willie, 1731-1801, 

(N.C.) 
President of the Committee of 
Safety and as such Acting 
Governor of the State, 1775; 
Member of the State Constitu- 
tional Congress, April, 1776. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Jordan, John, Jr., 1714-1806. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Congress at Hills- 
boro, August, 1775; Halifax, 
1776; Halifax, November 12, 
1776, which Congress formed 
the Constitution; Member of 
the House of Commons, 1777- 
1803; Member of the Senate, 
1803. 

Mrs. Patrick Matthew. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Kearney, Thomas, 1694-1764. 
Justice, 1739-'43; High Sheriff, 
1739; Member of Assembly, 
1745. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Henry Armand London. 

Mrs. E. B. Rosser. 

Mrs. George W. Vaughan. 

Kemp, Mathew, . (Va. ) 

Member of House of Burgesses, 
1685. 

Miss Laura M. Mitchell. 
Kenan, General James, 1740- 
1810. (N. C.) 
Member of Assembly for Dup- 
lin County, 1773; Justice of 
the Peace, 1768-74. 
Mrs. Henry Flagler. 
Miss Annie Dickson Kenan. 
Miss Sarah Graham Kenan. 
Miss Sallie Simms Kirby. 
Mrs. William Murdock 

Parsley. 
Mrs. Jessie Kenan Wise. 
Kendall Colonel William, 

. (Va.) 

Collector of Revenue North- 
ampton Covmty, Virginia, 
1660; Burgess, 1657, '62- '63, 
'86; Speaker of House of Bur- 
gesses, 1686. 

Mrs. William P. Hilliard. 

Kennon, Richard, , 1698. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1685-'86; Justice of Henrico 
County, 1658. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal Groves. 
Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Mrs. Alexander Q. Holla- 
day. 
Kent, Ebenezer, 1729-1766. 
(Mass.) 
Captain in French War. 
Mrs. Edward Taylor 

Fowlkes. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Kidder, James", 1626-1676. 

Commissioned Officer of Mili- 
tary and Ensign of Braintree 
Company. 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
Kidder, Colonel Reuben, 1723- 
1793. (N. H.) 

Captain, 1760; Colonel, 1770; 
His Majesty's Justice of the 
Peace for the Province of New 



Hampshire, 1767; Surveyor of 
Boundaries and Commissioner 
of Lands; for many years the 
only Magistrate of the Quar- 
terly Court at Amherst. (One 
of the Masonian Proprietors 
and Officers of the same under 
"The Masonian Grant"). 
Named in Charter granted by 
King George III. and "Nomi- 
nated and Appointed" there- 
in to call the first meeting 
under this Charter, 1762; one 
of the Founders New Ipswich 
"Academy." 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 
KiNCHEN, William, Jr. 

Member of Assembly, 1754; 
Member of Peace Commission; 
Jvistice of the Peace of Bertie 
County, 1739. 

Mrs. E. B. Rosser. 
Mrs. George W. Vaughan. 
Kingsbury, Captain Joseph, 
1682-1757. (Conn.) 
Lieutenant and Captain in 
Colonial Troops; Member of 
the General Assembly at Nor- 
wich, Connecticut, 1731, '34, 
'38, '42. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
Kingsbury, Joseph, 1656-1741. 
(Conn.) 
Officer in Militia and served in 
Fort during Indian War. 
Commissioner to five bounda- 
ries of Connecticut. 

Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

KiniTsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 

KoLi.ocK, Shepard, . (N. C.) 

Collector of Customs, 1767; 
Magistrate, 1741. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Lakar, Benjamin, 1680-1701. 
(N.C.) 
Lords Deputy and Member of 
the Governor's Council, 1694- 
'95, '96. 



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189 



Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 

Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 
Lamb, Gideon, 1740-1781. 

(N.C.) 
Colonel Sixth North Carolina 
Continental Troops; Member 
Committee of Safety, Edenton 
District, September 9, 1775; 
Member Provincial Congress 
at Halifax, April, 1776. 

Miss Sophie Lyons Williams. 
Lane, Colonel Joel, 1740-1795. 

(N.C.) 
Member Provincial Congress 
at Hillsborough, 1775; Mem- 
ber of Committee of Safety for 
Hillsborough District, 1775; 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress at Halifax, April, 1776. 

Miss Mary Louise Baxter. 

iMrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Miss Susie Gentry. 

Mrs. Robert Jackson. 

Mrs. Robert Hardin Marr. 
Langdon, Samuel, 1723-1797. 
Chaplain with rank of Cap- 
tain at siege of Louisburg, 
1745; President of Harvard 
College, 1774-'80. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 
Lanier, Robert, 1751 . 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775. 

Mrs. William Harris Bell. 

Miss Helen Knox. 

Mrs. Beverly Allen Read. 
Lee, Stephen, 1704 . 

(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1739- 
'44; Justice of Peace. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 
Leech, Colonel Joseph, 1730- 

1790. (N.C.) 
Member Assembly, 1774; Com- 
manded Troops at Alamance. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Leeds, Daniel, 1655-1720. 

(N.J.) 
Member of Council of Lord — , 
Governor ; Surveyor-General 
of the Province of West Jer- 
sey; Commissioner of New Jer- 
sey; Justice of Burlington 



County; Judge of Supreme 
Court. 

Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 
Leffingwell, Colonel Thomas, 

1710. (Conn.) 

Captain in King Philip's War; 
One of the Proprietors of Nor- 
wich. 

Mrs. Walter G. Curtis. 

Mrs. Robert Lewis. 
Legardiere, Elias, 1713-1770. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace for Craven 
County, 1749. 

Miss Caroline S. Jones. 
Leisler, Jacob, 1691. (N. Y.) 
Lieutenant-Governor, 16 8 9; 
Commissioner of Court of Ad- 
miralty, 1683-1688; Captain 
of Provincial Troops. 

Mrs. George Evertsnn Dix. 
Lewis, Major John, 1655. 
Major in the Foot Service, a 
Justice, and Captain of Horse 
in New Kent in 1680. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. E. P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 
Lewis, Colonel John, 1659- 

1745. (Va.) 
Member of His Majesty's 
Council, 1745; Member House 
of Burgesses. 

Mrs. E. P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 
Lewis, John, 1669-1725. (Va.) 
]\Iember of Council, 1715, '16, 
'30; Colonel. 

Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. W^illiam Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Lewis, Robert. (N.C.) 

Member of the House of As- 
semblv from Granville Coun- 
ty, 1773. 

Mrs. Joseph A. Enslow. 

Lewis, Captain Zachary, . 

Captain in French and Indian 
War, 1750. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Lightfoot, Colonel John, 1627- 
1707. (Va.) 
Member of Council, 1692; 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Commander-in-Chief of King 
and Queen Counties. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 
LiLLiNGTON, Major Alexandeb, 

1643-1697. (N. C.) 
Deputy Governor, 1693-'95; 
Judge of the Precinct Court, 
1690-'94; President of the 
Governor's Council, 1697. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. Charles W. Beale. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. Edward F. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Norvs'ood Giles. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. George W. Kidder. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 

Mrs. Benjamin F. Lee. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Mrs. Donald MacPae. 

Mrs. T. Hall McKoy. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. C. P. Parker. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 

Mrs. William H. Phillips. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
LiLLiNGTON, George, 1741. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Quorum in Craven 
County, 1739. 

Mrs. Edward Taylor 
Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 



Lindsey, Major John, 1728- 

1800. (Va.) 
Major of Georgia Militia; 
Served in the French and In- 
dian Wars, 1756-'.58. 

Mrs. E. B. Rosser. 

Mrs. George W. Vaughan. 
LippiTT, John, 1616-1669. 

(R.I.) 
One of the Founders of Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island and Or- 
ganizer of the Government; 
Member of the first Legislative 
Council, 1646-'69. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Miss Sara Crowther Lippitt. 

Miss Lucia Bvrd Moore. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 

Mrs. Walter R. Taliaferro. 
Lippitt, Moses, 1640-1703. 

(R.L) 
Deputy for Warwick, 1681, 
'84, '96, '99; Justice of the 
Court of Common Pleas. 

Miss Sara Crowther Lippitt, 

Mrs. Walter Robertson 
Taliaferro. 
Lippitt, Moses, Jr., 1683-1745. 

(KI.) 
Deputy of General Assembly, 
1715, '16, '21, '22, '27, '30. 

Miss Sara Crowther Lippitt. 

Mrs. Walter R. Taliaferro. 
Little, William. (N.C.) 

Chief Justice, 1732; Attorney- 
General of Province, 1724; 
Receiver General, 1726. 

Mrs. John Elliott Bull. 
Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 

1710-1790. (N. Y.) 
Member of Committee of One 
Hundred, 1775; President of 
First Provincial Congress, 
1775. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 
Livingston, Philip, 1716-1778. 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly for the City of New York, 
1759, '60; Speaker, 1768; 
President Provincial Conven- 
tion, 1775; Delegate to Pro- 
vincial Assembly, 1776; Mem- 
ber of Continental Congress, 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



191 



1775-77; Signer of Declara- 
tion of Independence, 1776. 

Mrs. Wallcer Kennedy. 
Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728. 
(N.Y.) 
First Lord of the Manor of 
Livingston ; Member of As- 
sembly, 1709, '14, '16, '25; 
Speaker of Assembly, 1718, 
1725; Secretarv of Indian Af- 
fairs, 1675, '95, '96, 1702, '04, 
'11; Member Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1689, 1701; Commissioner 
of Boundaries, 1723; Commis- 
sioner of Massachusetts Bay, 
1689; Captain New York 
Troops, 1690; Colonel, 1710. 

Mrs. George Evertson Dix. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 
Locke, Matthew, 1730-1801. 

(N.C.) 
Member Provincial Congress, 
Hillsboro, 1775, and Halifax, 
1776. 

Mrs. John Phifer Allison. 

Mrs. Harry Dennison 
Brown. 

Mrs. James A. Houston. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
Mrs, j'. M. Odell. 

Mrs. Edward B. Pierce. 

Miss Janet Quinn. 

Mrs. Henry Terrell. 
LoFTiN, Leonard, 1654-1720. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Chowan County; 
Appraiser of County; Member 
of North Carolina General As- 
sembly, 1710-'ll. 

Mrs. William Murlin 
Creasy. 
Long, Colonel Nicholas, 

1797. 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly, 1774; Committee of Safe- 
ty, 1775; Colonel of Minute 
Men and Commissary General, 
1775. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 

Mrs. Lytle Buchanan. 

Mrs. John Strieker Coles, Jr. 

Miss Alethea Collins. 

Mrs. Alexander Cooper. 

Mrs. John Wilson Harrison. 



Mrs. John W. Howard. 

Mrs. Garland Jones. 

Mrs. Harry Loeb. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Miss Laura M. Mitchell. 

Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson, 

Mrs. J. Palmer Scoggin. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 

Mrs. George G. Thomas. 

Mrs. Jolm Taylor Thomas. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Welles. 
Lord, Colonel William, 1732- 
1780; High Sheriff of Bruns- 
wick County, North Carolina, 
1771; Member of Provincial 
Congress, April, 1776; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel of First Bat- 
talion of State Troops, 1776. 

Mrs. William Calder. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 

Mrs. Louis Henry de Rosset. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins, 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 

Miss Sallie Lord Holmes. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
LoTHROP, Barnabas, 1636-1715. 

(Mass.) 
First Judge of Probate; As- 
sistant Governor; Deputy to 
the General Court; Assessor 
for the Colony; Councillor for 
Plymouth Colony. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 
LoTHROP, Rev. John. (Mass.) 
Minister at Scituate and Barn- 
stable, 1634 and 1653; Active 
in founding the interest of the 
Colony, 

Mrs. Walter Gilman Curtis. 

Mrs. John Arthur Hender- 
son. 
LoTHROP, Joseph, 1624-1701. 

( Mass. ) 
Selectman of the town ; Dep- 
uty for fifteen years; Register 
of the Probate Court; Re- 
ceiver of Excise; Member of 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Council of War, 1676, 1681, 
1685; Lieutenant of Barn- 
stable Military Company, 
1668; Captain, 1692. 

Mrs. John Arthur Hender- 
son. 
LowTHBOP or LoTHROP, Lieu- 
tenant Israel, 1659-1733. 
(Mass.) 
One of the Founders of Nor- 
wich, Connecticut. 

Mrs. Walter Oilman Curtis. 

LOWTHROP ( LOTHROP ) , JUDGE 

Samuel, 1622 . (Conn.) 

Judge of Oeneral Court. 

Mrs. Walter Oilman Curtis. 
LoviCK, Thomas, 1688-1759. 

(N.C.) 
Justice Court at Edenton, 
1728; of Bertie County, 1750; 
Lord Deputy for the Proprie- 
tors of the Colony. 

Mrs. John M. Brooks. 

Mrs. Henry Edmond R. 
Kondrup. 
Ludlow, Oabriel, 1663-1694. 

(N.J.) 
Clerk of Assembly Province of 
New York, 1739-1745; one of 
the first Vestrymen of Trinity 
Church, New York. 

Mrs. Walter Clarence Curtis. 
Mabsox, Arthur, 1700-1765. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Oeneral Assembly, 
1734-'46; Justice of Peace, 
1739; Collector of Customs at 
Wilmington, North Carolina; 
Prominent in all Committees. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 
wright. 

Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 

Mrs. Morrison Divine. 

Mrs. Thomas C. James. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. Oeorge W. Kidder. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 
Macay, James, 1735-1795. 

(N.C.) 
High Sheriff Rowan County, 
1771; Member Committee of 
Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. William Henry Beatty. 

Mrs. Alfred Thompson, 

Mrs. Brooke Maynard 
Wright. 



Mackenzie, William, 1726- 

1793. (Oa.) 
Collector of the Port of Sa- 
vannah, 1759; Collector of the 
Port of Sunbury, 1771. 

Mrs. John D. Bellamy, Jr. 

Miss Sophia Gibbs Campbell. 

Mrs. Nixon N. Davis. 

Mrs. James E. Harvey. 

Mrs. Oabriel Holmes. 

Miss Ida N. Moore. 
MacKinney, Barnabas, 1688- 

1759. 
Member of Assembly, 1734; 
Justice of Peace, 'l724-'26; 
Committee of Safety. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Robert Hardin Marr. 

Mrs. Ivan M. Procter. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 
Macey, Thomas, 1637-1682. 

(N.Y.) 
Deputy for Salisbury to Mas- 
sachusetts Oeneral Court, 
1654; Chief Magistrate of 
Nantucket, 1675-77. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. Oeorge R. French. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 

Mrs. Thomas Murphy. 

Mrs. F. H. E. Ross. 

Macon, Oideon, . (Va.) 

Member House of Burgesses, 
1696; Colonel. 

Miss Laura M. Mitchell. 
Macon, Oideon, 1691-17— 

(N.C.) 
Justice of the Quorum Bute 
County, 1767. 

Miss Laura M. Mitchell. 

Mrs. John Taylor Thomas. 
Mallett, Colonel Peter, 1744- 

1805. 
Committee of Safety, 1775; 
Commissary of First Regi- 
ment North Carolina Militia, 
April, 1776. 

Miss Sophia Oibbs Campbell. 

Mrs. Oabriel Holmes. 

Mrs. Spier Whitaker. 

Mrs. Peter M. Wilson. 
Mare, Francois de la, 

1690. (N.C.) 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



193 



One of the Judges of the Prov- 
ince, July 29, 170/ -17 12. 
Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
I^La.rtian, Nicholas, 1518-16 — 
(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses. 
Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 
Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Mrs. Adam Empie. 
Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 
Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 
Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 
Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 
Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 
Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Martin, Colonel John, 1705- 

. (Va.) 

Colonel of Militia and distin- 
guished in Indian Wars. 

Mrs. Thomas Hill Haughton. 
Mrs. Armistead Jones. 
Mrs. Emma Martin Maffitt. 
Mrs. J. Palmer Scoggin. 
Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. 
Mason, Captain Hugh, 1635- 
1678. (Mass.) 
Deputy from Watertown to 
Massachusetts General Court, 
1644, '45, '60, '61, '64, '71, '74, 
'75, '77; Lieutenant, 1645; 
Captain, 1652; Commander in 
Expedition against the Dutch, 
1664. 

Mrs. Edward Taylor 

Fowlkes. 
Mrs. Henry John Toner, 
Mason, John, 1662-1740. (N.J.) 
Member of General Assembly 
West Jersey, 1721-1725; Jus- 
tice of Salem Court about 
1706. 

Mrs. Frank Lincoln Stevens. 
Maxwell, William, 1739-1807. 
(Ga.) 
Member Provincial Congress, 
1774, '77. 

Mrs. Devereux Haigh Lip- 
pitt. 
Mayhevp^, Reverend Thomas, 
1617-1654. (Mass.) 
Minister of the first Parish in 
Edgartown, Massachusetts; 
First Minister to preach to 
the Indians. 

Mrs. Walter L. Parsley. 

13 



Mayhew, Governor Thomas, 
16—1681. (Mass. ana N. Y.) 
Deputy to Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Court, 1636-'41, '43, '44; 
Preacher to the Indians more 
than thirty-three years; Com- 
missioned by Governor Love- 
lace, 1671; Governor of Mar- 
tha's Vineyard for life. 
Mrs. Walter Parsley. 
May, Benjamin, 1737-1808. 
(N.C.) 
Member Pitt County Safety 
Committee; Justice of Peace; 
Commissioned Captain, July, 
1774. 

Mrs. W. T. Hines. 
Mayo, John, 1737-1786. 

Burgess from Chesterfield, 
1769-'70; from Henrico Coun- 
ty, 1772; Member of Conven- 
tions, 1775, '76. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 

chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison, 
Mayo, Colonel William, 1684- 
1744. 
Colonel of Militia of Gooch- 
land County, Virginia. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
McAden, Rev. Hugh. (N.C.) 
Licensed in 1755. First Mis- 
sionary who settled in North 
Carolina. 

Mrs. Walker Taylor. 
McAllister, Colonel Alexan- 
der, 1736-1800. (N.C.) 
Colonel of Cumberland County 
Militia, 1775; Member of Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1775-'76; 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty, etc. 

Mrs. Willis J. Milner. 
McCoRKLE, Francis, 1750. 
Member of Committee of Safe- 
ty for Rowan County, 1774; 
Captain of Committee at Salis- 
bury. 

Mrs. John G. Boylin. 
Mrs. Edward B. Pierce. 
McCuLLOCH, Alexander, 1700- 
1798. (N.C.) 
Member of His Majesty's 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Council, 1762, '65, '68, '71, '75; 
Auditor General and Surveyor, 
1759''62; Associate Judge, 
1766, '68, '70, '75. 

Mrs. Ernest Victor Baltzer. 

Miss Hannah Pattison 
Bolles. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Caroline Green 
Meares. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. Henry B. Short. 

Miss Marguerite Ashley 
Short. 

Mrs. William B. Thorpe. 

Mrs. Joseph H. Warner. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
McCuLLOCH, Henry, 1761. 

(N.C.) 
Made Secretary and Clerk of 
the Crown of North Carolina. 

Miss Georgia Hicks. 

Mrs. C. C. Phillips. 

Mrs. Joseph H. Warner. 

Mrs. C. E. Weatherby. 

Mrs. M. McD. Williams. 
McJuNKiN, Samuel, 1725-1805. 

(S.C.) 
Magistrate under Royal Gov- 
ernment, between 1755 and 
1761; Major in the original 
Spartan Regiment organized 
September 5, 1775. 

Miss Nannie Beatty Means. 
McKiNNE, Barnabas, Jr. 

1736. (N.C.) 
Member Provincial Assembly 
North Carolina, 1735. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 

Mrs. Robert Hardin Marr. 
McKiNNiE, Barnaby, 1685-1759. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of the Peace, 1725-'26; 
Member of Assembly for Prov- 
ince, 1734; Re-elected to same 
office later. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mra. Thomas E. Bond. 

Miss Mary Louise Craw- 
ford. 

Mrs. Ivan M. Procter. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 
Meade, Colonel Andrew, 

1745. 



Burgess; Judge of Court and 
Colonel of Militia. 

Miss Caroline Mays Brevard. 

Mrs. T. A. Darby. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 

Mebane, Alexander, 1779. 

Commissioned Officer and Jus- 
tice of the Peace under Royal 
Governor Sir Richard Everard, 
1729, and Justice of the Quo- 
rum, 1729. 

Mrs. William L. Burroughs. 

Mrs. Robert A. Dunn. 

Mrs. John Ernest Reinburg. 
Mellechamp, William, 1725- 

1772. (S.C.) 
Justice of Peace for Colleton 
County, 1726. 

Mrs. Peter C. Brunson. 
Merwin, Miles, 1719-1786. 

(Conn.) 
Lieutenant of the Troop Horse 
in the Tenth Regiment in Dur- 
ham Colony. 

Mrs. Charles M. Cooper. 
Montague, Peter, 1608-1659. 

(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses 
for Nansemond County, 1652, 
'53 ; for Lancaster County, 
1650. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 
MoNTFORD, Colonel Joseph, 

1724-1776. (ISJ.C.) 
Member of Assembly for Hali- 
fax, 1762-'64, '67;' Treasurer 
of Northern Part of the Prov- 
ince of North Carolina, 1764. 

Mrs. Calvin W. Cherry. 
Montgomery, John, 1732-1818. 

(N.C.) 
Senior Captain Battle of Ala- 
mance, 1771; Member Assem- 
bly, 1773; Member Provincial 
Congress, 1774, 1775; Commit- 
tee of Safety, 1774, '75. 

Mrs. Charles Pattison 
Bolles. 

Mrs. Andrew Harriss. 
Moore, Charles, Jr., 1707-1777. 

(N.C.) 
Member of the Provincial 
Congress at Halifax, April 4, 
1776, which body placed the 
State in Military Organiza- 
tion; he officiated in clerical 



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195 



duty at this Congress and 
afterwards in Perquimans 
County, North Carolina. 

ISIrs. Patrick Matthew. 
Moore, George, 1729-1777. 

(N.C.) 
Committee of Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Mrs. William H. Phillips. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 
Moore, Goverxoe James, 1640- 

1706. (S. C.) 
Governor of South Carolina, 
1701-1703; Member of His 
Majesty's Council, 1695; Col- 
onel and Chief Justice, 1700; 
Attorney-General, 1701. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 
wright. 

Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer. 

Mrs. William H. Chalmers. 

Mrs. Heriot Clarkson. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett, 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. Morrison Divine. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. John W. Gibble. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. James E. Harvey. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 

Mrs. Thomas C. James. 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Justice. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. George W. Kidder. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Mrs. Thomas H. McKoy. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan, Jr. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Miss Ida N. Moore. 



Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 

Mrs. William Henry Phillips. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle, 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith, 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
Moore, James, 1730-1802. (Pa.) 
Justice of the General Quarter 
Sessions of Peace and Courts 
of Common Pleas for Chester 
County, 1770; Member of Pro- 
vincial Convention, 1775; 
Committee of Safety for Ches- 
ter County, 1774. 

Miss Mary Galium Wiley. 
Moore, James, 1756-1813. (Pa.) 
Captain of Company under 
Colonel Anthony Wayne ; 
Company commended for bra- 
very at Trois Rivers, 1776. 

Miss Mary Galium Wiley. 
Moore, General James, 1737- 

1777. 
Colonel of First Continental 
Regiment: Commander-in- 

Chief of the Southern Depart- 
ment ; Brigadier General, 
March 8, 1776. 

Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Moore, John, Jurist, 1658-1732. 
(Pa.) 
Advocate for the Crown in the 
Vice Admiralty Court of 
Pennsylvania, 1697; Attorney- 
General, 1698; Register Gen- 
eral of Pennsylvania, 1700; 
Deputy and Acting Judge, 
1704; Collector of the Cus- 
toms, 1703. 

Miss Sue Moore McQueen. 
Moore, John, 1686-1749. (N. Y.) 
Member of the Legislature of 
New York; Member of the 
Provincial Congress, 1749; 
Colonel of a City Regiment. 

Miss Sue Moore McQueen. 



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Moore, Colonel Maubice, 1695- 

1730. (S. C. and N. C.) 
Colonel of Colonial War 
Forces of South Carolina, 
1715; Served in Wars against 
the Yemassee and Tuscarora 
Indians. Founder of the first 
permanent white settlement 
on the Cape Fear River, North 
Carolina. Deeded three hun- 
dred and twenty acres of land 
to be laid out in a town which 
was called Brunswick. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 

Mrs. James E. Harvey, 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. George W. Kidder. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Miss Ida N. Moore. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Moore, Judge Maurice, 

1777. (N. C.) 
Associate Justice, 1767; Judge 
of Supreme Court; Crown Offi- 
cer; Member of Provincial 
Congresses, 1775-76; (Author 
of famous letter to Governor 
Tryon, signed "Atticus"). 

Mrs. James E. Harvey. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 

Mrs. Pvobert B. Miller. 

Miss Ida N. Moore. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Moore, Nathaniel, — . (N. C.) 
Committee of Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 

Mrs. Thomas C. James. 
Moore, Roger, 1694 . 

(N.C.) 
Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1725-'52. He added to the 
tract of land given by his 
brother. Colonel Maurice 
Moore, for the town of Bruns- 
wick and laid off the ground 
for the Church of St. Philip. 
Led a party against the Creek 
Indians who had raided and 
destroyed his property and 
annihilated the whole band. 



Mrs. John B. Gibble. 

Mrs. Thomas H. McKoy. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson 
Parker. 

Mrs. William Henry Phillips. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 
Moore, William, 1720-1800. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Quorum, 1769. 

Mrs. George C. Goodman. 
Moore, William, 1734-1800. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1769- 
'73 ; Committee of Safety, 
1775. 

Mrs. Joseph Mahoney. 

Mrs. Sawnee Robertson. 
Mooreman, Charles, 1708-1756. 

(Va.) 
Justice of Louisa County. 
With his son Thomas was 
ruler or overseer of the 
"Friends," and from their ex- 
tensive possessions upon it 
gave the name to Mooreman's 
River. 

Mrs. William Murlin 
Creasy. 
Morris, Colonel Anthony, 

1660-1683. (N. Y.) 
Judge of Supreme Court; Pro- 
vincial Councillor, 1695-'96; 
Member of the Assembly, 1694- 
1703; Major, 1703-'04; Jus- 
tice of Peace, 1692, '93, '98. 

Mrs. Allan Nichols. 
Morris, Anthony, Jr. (Pa.) 
Member Common Council, 
1715; Member of Assembly, 
1722-'25; Founder of Phila- 
delphia Library, 1731; Major, 
1738; Founder of Pennsyl- 
vania Hospital, 1752. 

Mrs. Allan Nichols. 
Morris, Anthony, Jr., Jr. 

Foimder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1775. 

Mrs. Allan Nichols. 
Morris, Honorable Lewis I., 

1746-1761. (N.J.) 
Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1721-'29; Judge and Chief 
Justice of the Province of 
New Jersey, 1733; Judge of 
the Supreme Court of New 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



197 



York, 1711; Chief Justice of 
New York, 1720-'38. 

Mrs. Carle A. Woodruff. 
MosELEY, Edward, 1688-1749. 

(N.C.) 
Member Council, 1705; Sur- 
veyor (General, 1725; Judge 
Admiralty, 1726; Treasurer, 
1724; President of Council. 
Appointed to run the line be- 
tween Virginia and North 
Carolina, 1709. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale, 

MuLLiNS, William, 1621. 

One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Plantation. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
MuMFORD, Thomas, 1692. 

(R.I.) 
Commissioner, 1690. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 
MuKFREE, Hardy. 

Captain Second Regiment, 
September 1, 1775; Major, 
1777; Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1778. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

Mrs. Hickman Price. 
Murfree, William, 1730 . 

(N.C.) 
Member Provincial Congress 
at Hillsboro, August 21, 1775, 
and at Halifax, November, 
1776. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

Mrs. Hickman Price. 
Nash, Abner, 1716-1786. 

Member Provincial Congress 
and Provincial Council Com- 
mittee of Safety. On Commit- 
tee to Frame Constitution. 
First Speaker of House of 
Commons; Second Governor; 
Member of Continental Con- 
gress, and Speaker of Senate. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. Harvey Howze McLen- 
don. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 
Nash, General Francis, 1720- 

1777. (N.C.) 
Deputy to Provincial Con- 



gress, 1773-'75. Served with 
Governor Tryon, 1771; Briga- 
dier-General and killed in the 
Battle of Gerraantown. 

Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Nash, Colonel John, 1723-1776. 

(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1751, '54, '55, '56, '57, 
'58; Member of Convention 
from Prince Edward County, 
1775. 

Mrs. George P. Collins. 

Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 

Mrs. William L. Wall. 

Mrs. Frank Wood. 
Nash, Colonel Thomas, 1769. 

(Va.) 
Member of House of Bur- 
gesses, 1756, '57, '58. Died in 
North Carolina, 1769. 

Mrs. George P. Collins. 

Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 

Mrs. William L. W^all. 

Mrs. Frank Wood. 
Newby, Gabriel, 1640-1735. 

(N.C.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses 1701-'03; Governor's 
Council, and Lords Deputy, 
1707, '08, '09. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
NiCHOLL, Honorable Mathias, 

1621-1687. (N. Y.) 
Captain in the British Army, 
1664; Secretary of the Prov- 
ince of New York, 1664-'80; 
Member of the King's Council, 
1667-'80; Speaker of the Pro- 
vincial Assembly, 1683; Judge 
of the Court of Admiralty, 
1686; Mayor of New York, 
1673. 

Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Nicholson, Captain James, 

1737-1800. (N.Y.) 
Commander of vessel Defence, 
upon which was hoisted the 
first American flag that ever 
waved before a British ship. 
Congress appointed him First 
Captain on the Naval List. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Mrs. Walter Clarence Cur- 
tis. 

Nicholson, Samuel, 1658. 

(N.J.) 
First Justice of the Peace in 
Fenwick Colonj% West Jersey. 
Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

NORFLEET, MaRMADUKE, 

1748. (N. C.) 
Justice; Member of G^eneral 
Assembly. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Norton, Joseph, 1652-1741. 
(Mass.) 
Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas for Duke County, 1702. 
Mrs. Walter Parsley. 
Norton, Sylvester, 1737-1821. 
Aide-de-Camp to General Wolf 
at the Heights of Abraham. 
Mrs. Walter C. Parsley. 
Noye, de la Phillipe, 1602- 
1681. (Mass.) 
One of the Founders of the 
Plymouth Plantations and the 
Massachusetts Baj' Colony. 
Mrs. A. B. Skelding. 
Ogden, John, 1610-1682. (N.J.) 
Acting Governor of Enalish 
Colony, East Jersey, 1673; 
Magistrate, 1656; Member of 
General Court, 1660-1661; 
Member King's Council; Pat- 
entee of Colony of Connecticut. 
Mrs. Walter S. Liddell. 
Ogden, Judge John, 1708. 
(N.J.) 
Member Assembly, 1769; 
Judge, 1742; Collector. 
Mrs. Walter S. Liddell. 
Osborne, Alexander, 1709-1776. 
(N.C.) 
Member Committee of Safety; 
Colonel of Rowan Troops, 
1768. 

Miss Violet Graham Alexan- 
der. 
Mrs. Heriot Clarkson. 
Miss Fannie Brandon 
Moore. 
Ouldfield, John, 1705-1752. 
(S.C.) 
Commissioner for Land and 
Boundaries for the Welsh 
Colony, 1775. 

Mrs. M. A. Bland. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Busbee. 



Mrs. H. B. Fowler. 

Mrs. Robert Cunningham 
Moore. 

Mrs. Brevard D. Springs. 

Mrs. J. M. Tull. 
Owen, Colonel Thomas, 1735- 

1803. (N.C.) 
Member of the Assembly at 
Hillsboro, 1775, '70, '80. First 
Mayor, 1775; Member of the 
Committee of Safety, 1775. 

Mrs. John Isaac Campbell. 
Pabody, William, 1637-1707. 

(Mass.) 
Deputy from Duxbury to Ply- 
mouth General Court in 1654, 
'63, '70, '82. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. WMlliam A. Williams. 
Palin, John, Chief Justice, 

1737. (N.C.) 

Chief Justice, 1731; Associate 
Justice of Supreme Bench, 
1718-'19, '22; Member of Gov- 
ernor's Council, 1725; Captain, 
1712; Sheriff, 1711; Auditor, 
1711. 

Mrs. William J. Dodd. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal 
Groves. 

Mrs. William H. Palin. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 

Mrs. James G. Snedecor. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Palmer, Daniel, 1072-1762. 

(Conn.) 
Justice of Peace; Deputy to 
Colonial Assembly; Commit- 
teeman to Rhode Island Boun- 
dary Dispute. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Palmer, Iciiadod, 1677. 

(Conn.) 
Ensign of North Company of 
Stonington, 1707; Lieutenant 
of Second Company, 1715. 

Mrs. Ralpli Van Linding- 
ham. 
Palmer, Nehemiah, 1637-1717. 
(Conn.) 
One of the Governors of the 
Council of Connecticut Colony. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



199 



Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Palmer, Walter, 1585-1661. 
(Conn.) 
Founder of Charlestown, Mas- 
sachusetts, June 24, 1629. 
First Representative of Ply- 
mouth Colony to General 
Court; Selectman and Founder 
in Stonington in 1653. 
Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Parke, William, 1610-1685. 
( Mass. ) 
Representative from Roxbury 
to General Courts, 1635, '38, 
'41, '44, '51, '53, '54, '59, '70, 
'71, '72, '73, '74, '76, '77, '79; 
Member Artillery Company, 
1628. 

Mrs. James Ravenel Smith. 
Patton, James, 1692-1755. 
(Va.) 
County Lieutenant Augusta 
County, 1753; SheriflF, 1732; 
Member House of Burgesses: 
Colonel, 1742. 

Mrs. John M. Miller. 
Pell, Sib John N. 

Second Lord of the Manor. 
Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 
Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 

Peronneau, Henry, Jr., . 

(S.C.) 
Commissioner of Fortifica- 
tions, 1738. 

Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 
Person, William, 1700-1778. 
(KC.) 
Member Provincial Congress 
New Bern, 1774; Hillsboro, 
1775; Halifax, 1776. 

Miss Laura M. Mitchell. 
Phifer, Martin, 1720-1791. 
(N.C.) 
Major Mecklenburg Battalion. 
Mrs. John Phifer Allison. 
Mrs. James A. Houston. 
Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 
Mrs. J. M. Odell. 
Miss Janet Quinn. 
Mrs. Robert Simonton 
Young. 
PiCKELL, William, 1725-1795. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 



gress at Hillsboro, August, 
1775; Captain of Continental 
Army. Appointed by James 
Moore, 1775. First Regiment 
authorized to be organized by 
the Provincial Congress. 
Mrs. Henry Murphy Mc- 

Aden. 
Mrs. George Stephens. 
- Mrs. Walker Taylor. 
Pickett, William, 1725-1795. 

(N.C.) 
Captain in North Carolina 
Troops of the First Regiment 
appointed by the Provincial 
Congress, 1775; Member of 
Provincial Congress, 1776; 
Major, 1776. 

Mrs. Henry Murphy Mc- 
Aden. 

Mrs. George Stephens. 
Pierrepont, James, 1659-1714. 

(Conn.) 
One of the Founders of Yale 
College, 1700. Preacher of 
Election Sermon, 1690. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 

Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Platt, Epenetus, Sb., 1640- 

1693. (L.I.) 
Captain of Foot Company, 
January 9, 1684. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Platt, Epenetus, 1674-1745. 

(N.Y.) 
Lieutenant Foot Company, 
1700; Member of New York 
Colonial Assembly, 1723-1728. 

Mrs. John Strickler Coles, Jr. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 

Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 



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Polk, Captain Ezekiel, 1721- 

1824. (S. C.) 
High SheriflF, 1763; Captain of 
Cavalry Rangers of South 
Carolina, 1776. 

Mrs. Thomas P. Allison. 

Mrs. John Mirza Bennett. 

Mrs. Charles Niles Gros- 
venor. 

Mrs. Henry L. Hilgartner. 

Mrs. Napoleon Hill. 

Mrs. Lewis Sidney Morey. 

Mrs. Jesse R. Norton. 

Miss Mary Josephine Palm. 

Miss Prudence Pollc. 

Mrs. Andrew Stewart. 
Polk, General Thomas, 1735- 

1793. (N. C.) 
Member of General Assembly, 
1771-73; Signer of the Meck- 
lenburg Declaration of Inde- 
pendence, May 20, 1775; Col- 
onel of Second Battalion of 
Minute Men, 1775; Commis- 
sioner of Boundaries under 
Governor Martin, 1771. 

Mrs. James C. Bradford. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 

Mrs. Lytle Buchanan. 

Mrs. Edward Chapman. 

Baronne de Charette. 

Mrs. Samuel O. Dawson. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale, 

Mrs. Hamilton Horner. 

Mrs. John W. Howard. 

Mrs. William E. Huger. 

Mrs. Montford McGehee. 

Mrs. Derrill Hart McCol- 
lough. 

Mrs. Frank W. Ring. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Webb. 

Mrs. Thomas S. Welles. 
Polk, Colonel William, 1756- 

1834. 
Lieutenant Second Regiment, 
1775. Appointed Colonel. 

Mrs. Joseph Branch. 

Mrs. Lytle Buchanan. 

Baronne de Charette. 

Mrs. Hamilton Horner. 

Mrs. John W. Howard. 
Pollock, Governor Thomas, 

1654-1722. (N. C.) 
Deputy of Earl Granville 
(Lord Proprietor) ; Governor 



of North Carolina, 1712-'13, 
and 1722. 

Mrs. Francis D. Blake. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 

Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 

Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 

Mrs. Joseph Jones. 

Mrs. Walker Kennedy. 

Mrs. Henry Richardson 
Labouisse. 

Mrs. Frank W. Ring. 
Pope, Nathaniel, 1660. (Md. 

and Va. ) 
Member Assembly of Mary- 
land, 1642; Lieutenant-Colonel 
Militia, Westmoreland Coun- 
ty, Virginia. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Porter, Hugh, 1710-1770. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace in Orange 
County, 1756-'57. 

Mrs. A. W. Newson. 
Porter, Honorable John, 1670- 

1728. 
Agent for Province of North 
Carolina to England, 1706; 
Member of the celebrated Leg- 
islature of 1715; Member of 
His Majesty's Council, 1730; 
Judge of Admiralty, 1730. 

Mrs. Thomas H." McKoy. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith, 
PowE, Thomas, 17 — 1801. 

(Va.) 
Was commissioned Lieutenant 
of Militia, October 9, 1775, by 
Council of Safety. 

Mrs. Robert Simonton 
Young. 
Poythress, Captain Francis, 

1633-17—. (Va.) 
Commissioned against the In- 
dians, 1645; Burgess for 
Charles City County, 1645 and 
1647; Burgess for Northum- 
berland County, 1649. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



20I 



Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Kingsbury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 

chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 

PoYTHREss, John, . 

Burgess for Prince George 
County, Virginia, 1723. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
PoYTHRESs, Peter (of Brand- 
chester), 1733-17—. 
Burgess for Prince George 
County, 1769-1776; Member of 
Conventions of 1775-1776; 
Member of House of Delegates, 
1776. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
Prescott, Captain Jonathan, 

1721. (Mass.) 

Representative from Concord 
to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1692-'95, '9/ -'99, 1707, 
1712-'13; Captain of Militia. 
Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Preston, William, 1729-1783. 
(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1768; County Lieutenant 
Montgomery County; Captain 
in Indian Wars. 

Mrs. John M. Miller. 
PuGH, Thomas, 1719-1813. 
(N.C.) 
Lieutenant-Colonel for Bertie 
County. 

Miss Jeannette Ballard. 
Mrs. Taylor Beattie. 
Mrs. Wiiliam Baron RatcliflF. 
Mrs. Allan Tupper. 



Pychou, William, 1585-1662. 

(Mass.) 
Named Assistant in Charter of 
Charles I., 1622-'29; Assistant 
in Massachusetts Bay, 1630, 
'36, '42, '50; Treasurer of Col- 
ony, 1624-1632; Commissioner 
to govern Springfield, 1641. 
One of the Commissioners to 
govern Connecticut. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
Quince, John, 1740-1785. 

Committee of Safety, 1774 — . 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 
Quince, Richard, 1717-1777. 
Committee of Safety, 1774; 
Delegate from Wilmington 
District to Provincial Coun- 
cil, 1775. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 
QuiNCY, Edmund, 1612-1635. 

(Mass.) 
Representative to first General 
Court, 1634. 

Mrs. James R. Smith. 
Ragsdale, Captain John, 1720- 

1787. (Va.) 
Ensign, 1757; Justice of 
Peace, 1759; Captain, 1765. 

Mrs. Robert Strange. 
Randolph, Captain Henry, 

1623-1673. (Va.) 
Was Clerk of the General As- 
sembly and Xotary Public for 
the Colony. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal 
Groves. 
Randolph, Colonel Isham, 

1687-1742. (Va.) 
Burgess, 1738-'40; Colonel of 
Militia, 1740; Adjutant-Gen- 
eral, 1738-'42. 

Mrs. John Ernest Reinburg. 
Randolph, Colonel Richard, 

(of Curies), 1691-1748. 
Burgess, 1728, 1736-'40; 
Treasurer of Virginia, 1736- 
'40; Colonel of Henrico 
County. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Kandolph, Colonel Eichard, 

II., 1700 . 

Member of House of Burgesses 
and Lieutenant of Henrico 
County, Virginia. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
Randolph, Honorable William 
(Turkey Island), 1651- 
1710, 
Burgess, 1685-1710; Attorney- 
General, 1696; Member of 
King's Council; Speaker of 
House of Burgesses, 1671. 
Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 
Miss Elizabeth Royal 

Groves. 
Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
Miss Margaret Littlejohn 

Kingsbury. 
Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 
Miss Maude Madeleine 

Kingsbury. 
Mrs. Donald MacRae. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 

chison. 
Mrs. J. Williams Murchi- 

son. 
Mrs. John Ernest Reinburg. 
Ransom, James, 1704. (Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1692; Justice for Gloucester 
County, 1680. 

Mrs. Elihu G. Davis. 
Ransom, Peter, 16 — . (Va. ) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1692; Justice for Gloucester 
County, 1680. 

Mrs. Elihu G. Davis. 
Read, Clement, 1707-1763. 
(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, October, 1748, '49, '52, 
'53, '58, '59, '60, '61, '62. 
Mrs. George P. Collins. 
Mrs. H. Lee Edwards. 
Mrs. William L. Wall. 
Mrs. Frank Wood. 
Reade, George, 1637-1671. (Va.) 
Member Council, 1657-1658; 
House of Burgesses, 1649, 
1656. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 
Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Mrs. Adam Empie. 



Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles, Jr. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry, 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Reading, Lyonell, 1669 . 

(N.C.) 
Captain in Indian War, 1711; 
owner of Fort Reading, Pam- 
lico River, and Member of As- 
sembly, July 25, 1711. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 

Miss Lida Tunstall Rod- 
man. 
Reed, Abraham, 1701. (Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses 
for 20 years from Liouisa Coun- 
ty; Captain in Colonial Mili- 
tia; County Lieutenant of Le- 
noir County. 

Mrs. John Murphy de Vane. 

Reese, David, 1808. 

Signer of Mecklenburg Decla- 
ration of Independence, May 
20, 1775. 

Mrs. E. M. Brevard. 

Mrs. Samuel 0. Dawson. 

Mrs. Theodore F. Kluttz. 

Mrs. Chambers McAdory. 

Mrs. Derrill Hart McCul- 
lough. 

Miss Julia J. Robertson. 
Rhett, Colonel William, 1666- 

1722. (S. C.) 
Colonel of Militia, 1699-1707; 
Collector of Port of Charles- 
ton, South Carolina; Vice- 
Admiral, 1706; Receiver Gen- 
eral of the Province; Lieuten- 
ant-General of Militia, 1720; 
Inspector-General of Fortifica- 
tions, 1731; (Asrent for S. P. 
G. Society and Commissary of 
Bishop of London). 

Mrs. Beverly Cameron Cobb. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Wright. 
Rice, Edmund, 1594-1663. 

(Conn.) 
Selectman of Sudbury, Massa- 
chusetts; Petitioner for Grant 
of Land for Town of Marlboro; 
Deputy from Sudbury to Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts 
Bay, 1640, '43, '52, '53, '54. 

Miss Ann Potter Kidder. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



203 



Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Richardson, Jonathan. (Mass.) 
First Lieutenant in Jesse Wy- 
man's Company, 1738; Third 
Lieutenant in Captain Ford's 
Company ; Colonel Brook's 
Regiment. 

Miss Mary Haywood Fowle. 
RiDGELY, Henry, 1659-1710. 
(Md.) 
Burgess, 1692; Justice Anne 
Arundel County, 1688-'92, '94; 
Captain, 1689; Major, 1694; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1694, of 
Foot Maryland Militia; Mem- 
ber of Provincial Council. 
Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 

nathy. 
Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 

son. 
Mrs. Richard Wallace 

Hogue. 
Mrs. F. P. Smith. 
RiDGLEY, Robert, 1681. (Md.) 
Attorney-General of the Prov- 
ince; Secretary of Lord Balti- 
more's Council; Register and 
Examiner of High Court of 
Chancery, 1670, '71; Clerk of 
Provincial Court. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Ridley, Broomfield, 1735-1796. 
(N.C.) 
Justice of the Peace for Gran- 
ville County, North Carolina, 
1770. 

Mrs. Joseph A. Enslow. 
Mrs. Conway C. Wyatt. 
Ridley, Peter, 1607. (Va.) 
Burgess for James City Coun- 
ty, 1644, '45, '46, '47. 
Mrs. .Joseph A. Enslow. 
Mrs. Conway C. Wyatt. 
ROBERSON, William, 1707-1798, 
(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress at Halifax, April, 1776. 
Mrs. George C. Goodman. 
Robinson, Colonel Tullie, 
1658-1727. (Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1688-1692; County 
Lieutenant Albemarle County, 
1715. 
Mrs. Marion Butler. 



Rodman, John, 1679-1731. 
(L.L) 
A noted Quaker Minister and 
Pliysician. Admitted a free- 
man of the City of New York, 
1698. Owned "Rodman's Slip," 
Long Island, for almost a cen- 
tury. 

Mrs. Owen Haywood Guion. 
Miss Lida Tunstall Rodman. 

Rogers, Michael, 1795 . 

(N.C.) 
High Sheriff Wake County. 
Miss Mary Haywood Fowle. 
Rolfe, John, 1585-1622. (Va.) 
Member of Council of Vir- 
ginia, 1617; Secretary of 
State and Recorder General, 
1617-'19. 

Mrs. Herbert Evarts Buell. 
Miss Elizabeth Royal 

Groves. 
Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
Rolfe, Lieutenant Thomas, 

1616 . (Va.) 

Permanent Commander of the 
Garrison of Chickahominy 
Fort, 1646. 

Mrs. Alexander Q. Holladay. 
Rolfe. Thomas, Jr., 1677-1720. 
(N.C.) 
Provost Marshal, 1696; Sur- 
veyor-General, 1703; Judge of 
General Court, 1712. 
Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Ross, Judge William, 1720- 
1761. 
Judge of Court of Admiralty, 
1759; Judge of Court of Com- 
mon Pleas; Justice of the 
Peace of New Hanover County. 
Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 
Rowan, Governor ISIatthew, 
1715-1756. 
President of Governor's Coun- 
cil and Commander-in-Chief of 
North Carolina, 1736-'54; 
Acting Governor, 1753 and 
1754. 

Mrs. James E. Harvey. 
Miss Ida N. Moore. 
Rutherford, Colonel Robert, 
1734-1814. 
Deputy to Provincial Congress 
at Hiilsboro, 1775. 



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Mrs. Prelate Demick Bar- 
ker. 
Miss Emily Florence Fergu- 
son. 
Miss Margaret Aylette 

Gardner. 
Mrs. William Peck Parish. 
Mrs. Eugene Robbins, Jr. 
Mrs. Joseph Sydney Rob- 
bins. 
Mrs. Rosamond Pettus 
Weaver. 
Savage, John, 1652-1726. 
(Conn.) 
Ensign at Middletown, 1700; 
Lieutenant, 1703; Captain of 
Train Band, 1711. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Mrs. Charles Whedbee. 
Savage, William, 1668-1726. 
(Conn.) 
Captain of the North Com- 
pany, 1719; Deputv to the 
General Assembly, i715-'26. 
Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Mrs. Charles Whedbee. 
Scarborough, Captain Edmund, 

1634. (Va.) 

Burgess, 1629-'32; Justice of 
the Peace for Northampton 
County. 

Mrs'. Marion Butler. 
Mrs. William D. Hilliard. 
Scarborough, Colonel Edvp'abd, 
1618-1671. (Va.) 
Burgess, 1642-'71; Speaker of 
the House of Burgesses, 1645; 
in command of Expedition 
against the Assateague In- 
dians, 1650; Surveyor-General 
of Virginia. 

Mrs. William D. Hilliard. 
Scarboro, McRoba, 1693. 
(KC.j 
Associate Justice for twelve 
years from 1732; Member of 
King's Council, 1734, and af- 
terwards Colonel in King's 
Militia. On many important 
Committees. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 
Schuyler, Peter, 1657-1724. 
Governor of New York, 1719. 
Miss Sally Dortch. 



Sharp, Isaac, 1702-1735. 
(N.J.) 
Judge of Salem Court; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1709-1725. 
Miss Mary Galium Wiley. 
Sharpe, William, 1742-1818. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775-76; Aide to Gen- 
eral Rutherford. 

Mrs. Alexander B. Andrews. 
Mrs. E. M. Brevard. 
Mrs. Theodore F. Kluttz. 
Mrs. Derrill Hart McCul- 

lough. 
Mrs. William M. Marks. 
Miss Julia J. Robertson. 

Sharpless, John, . (Pa.) 

Refused office on account of 
being a Quaker, though elected 
to the First Assembly of 
Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 
Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan, Jr. 
Shearer, Captain Robert, 1715- 
1727. (Va.) 
He was Captain in the Army 
or Count}' Troorts in Isle of 
Weight County, Virginia, prior 
to coming to North Carolina. 
Mrs. Thomas W. Hawkins. 
Shepard, David, 1734-1773. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly from 
1769 till his death. " One of 
thirty best Citizens to petition 
Governor Tryon for increased 
funds for New Bern Academy, 
and for Salary of Rev. Tom- 
linson, and again for Rev. Mc- 
Cartney. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard. 
Nelson. 
Shepard, Jacob, 1734-1773. 
(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly for Car- 
teret County, 17 — . 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 
Mrs. James Henri La Roche. 
Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Shepard, William, 1760-1819. 
(N.C.) 
Captain in Tenth Regiment of 



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205 



Colonial Troops under his 
cousin, Colonel Abraham 
Shepard ; Member of House of 
Commons, 1788. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard 
Nelson. 
SHEKirAN, Judge John, 1650- 

1730. (Conn.) 
Justice of the Quorum and 
Associate Judge of the County 
Court forty-four years; Speak- 
er of the Lower House two 
years, and Probate Judge of 
Woodbury nine years; Assist- 
ant ten years; Representative 
of the town seventeen ses- 
sions; Captain of Militia. 

Mrs. Arthiir Bertram 
Skelding. 
Shermax, Philip, 1610-1687. 

(R.I.) 
Secretary of Colonv, 1699; 
General Recorder, 1648-1651; 
Deputy, 166.5-1667; Founder 
of Portsmouth, 1638. 

Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 
Horsfield. 
Sherman, Samuel, 1684. 

(Conn.) 
Member of Upper House of 
General Court and Supreme 
Tribunal; for five years Com- 
missioner for Stafford and 
Woodbury. 

Mrs. Arthur Bertram Skeld- 
ing. 
Simons, Benjamin, 1713-1772. 

(S.C.) 
Commissary General of South 
Carolina, 1769. 

Mrs. M. A. Bland. 

Mrs. Richard Smith Busbee. 

Mrs. H. B. Fowler. 

Mrs. Robert Cunningham 
Moore. 

Mrs. Brevard D. Springs. 

Mrs. J. M. TuU. 
Simpson, Colonel John, 1722- 

1788. 
Chairman of Committee of 
Safety, 1775; member of First 
Provincial Congress; Colonel 
of Continental Army. 

Mrs. John B. Broadfoot. 

Mrs. John W. Howard. 

Mrs. Armistead Jones. 



Mrs. Henry Adolphus Lon- 
don. 
Smith. Daniel, 1660-1751. 
(N.J.) 
Member General Assembly of 
West Jersey, 1723-'25. 

Mrs. Frank Lincoln Stevens. 

Smith, John, 1623-1731. (N.J.) 

Assembly, 1704-'07; Member 

of first Council commissioned 

by Lord Cornbury, 1703. 

Mrs. Frank Lincoln Stevens. 
Smith, Colonel John, 1690- 
1777. 
Member of Assembly, 1749; 
Justice of Peace, 1749; Clerk 
of House of Assembly, 1750; 
Committee of Safety and Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, April, 1775. 
Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 

ton. 
Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 
Miss Nellie W. Cobb. 
Mrs. Phares Coleman. 
Miss Mary Louise Craw- 
ford. 
Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 
Miss Bessie Whitfield 

Dunston. 
Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 
Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 
Mrs. R. H. Edwards. 
Mrs. Albert Augustus 

Green. 
Mrs. Joshiia Green. 
Mrs. Archibald B. Gwath- 

mey. 
Mrs. Harvey T. Inge. 
Mrs. James Kyle. 
Mrs. Franklin McNeill. 
Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 

chison. 
Mrs. Kenneth M. Murchison. 
Mrs. James Sprunt. 
Mrs. Charles L. Stickney. 
Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 
Mrs. Warren B. Watkins. 
Mrs. Norman G. Winn. 
Smith, John, 1715-1771. (Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1761-1768. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Smith, Laurence, 1630-1700. 
(Va.) 
Colonel in Colonial Wars, 
1676. 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Mrs. William N. Harriss. 

Mrs. Warren B. Watkins. 
Smith, Samuel, 1709-1783. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace for Johnston 
County, 1763; Member of Pro- 
vincial Congress at Hills- 
boro, 1775; was appointed 
Second Major by Colonial Con- 
gress held at Halifax, April, 
1776; at same Congress was 
appointed to buy Firearms 
for Troops. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 

Miss Mary Louise Crawford. 

Mrs. Joshua Green. 
Smith, Colonel Samuel, 1729- 

1800. (N.C.) 
Justice of the Court, 1774; 
First Major of the Militia of 
Granville County, April 22, 
1776. 

Mrs. Albert Augustus 
Green. 

Mrs. William Andrew Hunt. 

Mrs. William Oscar Shan- 
non. 

Mrs. J. R. Speight. 
Smith, Colonel Samuel, 1735- 

. (N.C.) 

Member of Provincial Con- 
gress of North Carolina, 
1775; Delegate from Hyde 
County to New Bern, 1775. 

Mrs. Beverly Allen Read. 
Smith, William. 

High Sheriff of Middlesex, 
Virginia, 1714-1718. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Smithwick, Edward, 1673-1716. 

(N.C.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1704; Member of Chowan Pre- 
cinct Court, 1706. 

Mrs. Edward H. Sholar. 

Mrs. Frank Shepherd 
Spruill. 

SOUTHWORTH, CONSTANT, 1615- 

1679. (R.I.) 
Ensign, 1646-'53; Deputy 
from Duxbury to Plymouth 
General, 1647, '49, '56, '58, 
'59; Assistant, 1672-'78; 
Treasurer of Plymouth Col- 



ony, 1659-'79; Commissioner 
on Boundary with Massachu- 
setts, 1664; Member of Coun- 
cil of War, 1667. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Spaight, General Richard, 

1715-1765. (N.C.) 
Member of Governor Dobbs' 
Council, 1757; Secretary of 
the Crown in the Province of 
North Carolina. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Spaight, Governor Richard 

DoBBs, 1802. (N.C.) 

Member of Assembly from 
1774. Commanded Troops 
from Craven at Alamance; 
took active part in the Revo- 
lution. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Span, Cuthbert, 1700. 

(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses 
from Northumberland County, 
1693. 

Mrs. William Johnston 
Andrews. 
Spear or Spier, John. (N.C.) 
He was Associate Justice of 
Supreme Bench and a "Sign- 
er" with the Lords Proprie- 
tors in deed of transfer to the 
Crown, 1728. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Spencer, Garrard, 1614-1685. 

(Conn.) 
Deputy to General Courts, 
1674-1683. One of the Found- 
ers of Haddam; Ensign, 1656. 
Served in Kinor Philip's War. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. John R. Price. 
Spencer, Isaac, 1678-1759. 

(Conn.) 
Dcputv to General Court from 
1734-1741. 

Miss Mary Phillipa Jonea. 

Mrs. John R. Price. 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



207 



Spencer, Judge Samuel, 1738- 

1794. (N. C.) 
Member of First Provincial 
Congress at New Bern, 1774; 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress at Hillsboro, 1775, and 
at Halifax, April 4, 1776; 
Deputy to General Convention 
of Deputies, 1774; on Com- 
mittee to prepare Constitu- 
tion; Colonel of Militia of An- 
son County, 1768; Member of 
Assembly, 'l766-'68, — ; Com- 
mittee of Correspondence, Sep- 
tember 22, 1768. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Miss Mary Philippa Jones. 

Mrs. Henry Armand Lon- 
don. 
Spicer, Judge Jacob, I., 1668- 

1741. (N. J.) 
Member of Nev? Jersey Legis- 
lature, 1709-1723; Surrogate 
Judffe for Cape May County, 
1723-'41. (With Jacob Laring, 
compiler of "The Book of 
Laws" of West Jersey from 
1664-1682). 

Mrs. Emma Martin Maffitt. 

Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. 
Spicer, Colonel John, 

1789. (N. J., Pa., N. C.) 
Member of Assembly of North 
Carolina, 1773-76; Member of 
Provincial Congress at New 
Bern, 1774; Member of Pro- 
vincial Congress at Hillsboro, 
1775, and at Halifax, April 4, 
1776; Member of Committee 
to "Frame a Bill of Rights 
and Form a Constitution for 
the Government." 

Mrs. Emma Martin Maffitt. 

Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. 
Spicer, Judge Samuel, 

1692. (N.J.) 
Member of Assembly, 1685; 
Justice of Peace, 1685; Judge 
of the several Courts of Glou- 
cester County. One of the 
West Jersey Proprietors in the 
Original Grant made by 
Charles II. to the Duke of 
York, and by him to the Earl 



of Carteret, and by him to 
Sir Philip Fenwick. 

Mrs. Emma Martin Maffitt. 

Mrs. Cliarles E. Taylor. 
Spicer, Thomas, Sr., 1656. 

(L.L) 
Founded and settled Grave- 
send, Long Island, King's 
County, New York. 

Mrs. Charles E. Taylor. 
Spottswood, Governor Alexan- 
der, 1676-1740. 
Governor of Virginia, 1710- 
1740; made treaty with Six 
Nations, 1722; Postmaster- 
General of English Colonies in 
America, 1730-1739; Commis- 
sioned Major-General Com- 
manding in expedition against 
Carthagena with Admiral 
Vernon, 1740. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 

Mrs. John D. Cooper. 
Spottswood, John 1758. 

(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Springs, John, 1751-1818. 

(N.C.) 
Captain of Militia, 1775. 

Mrs. L. D. Childs. 

Mrs. Henry Murphy Mc- 
Aden. 

Mrs. George Stephens. 
Springs, Richard, 1768-1784. 

(N.C.) 
Captain of Colonial Company. 

Mrs. L. D. Childs. 
Spruill, Samuel, 1700 . 

(N.C.) 
Member of Assembly, 1738- 
'39; Justice of Peace,' 1725. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 
Staes or Staate, Abraham, 

. (New Netherlands.) 

Was Member of the Council 
1643, and President of the 
Board in 1644; was Magis- 
trate, 1657, '58, '61, '62; was 
a Major and a Surgeon. 

Mrs. James Ravenel Smith. 
Stanley, Captain John, 1624- 

1706. (Conn.) 
In King Philip's War he was 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Lieutenant and Captain, 
1674; Deputy from Farming- 
ton, Connecticut, to General 
Court, 1G59, '64, '71, '73, '74, 
'76; Captain, 1675-1691; Mem- 
ber of Council of Safety, 1689. 

Mrs. Mary Lewis Harvey. 
Stanton, James, 1727-1792. 

(Va.) 
Founded Stantonsburg. 

Mrs. W. T. Hines. 
Stanton, Thomas, 1609-1677. 

(Conn.) 
Interpreter General of New 
England; Selectman and Mag- 
istrate, 1658-1677; Deputy to 
General Court, 1666-1675; 
First Judge of Connecticut. 

Mrs. Ralph Van Landing- 
ham. 
Stetson, Robert, 1613-1702. 

(Mass.) 
Representative sixteen years 
from 1664; Member Council 
of War ; Commissioner of 
Boundaries, 1664; Court, 1669. 

Mrs. James R. Smith. 
Stevens, John, 1777. (Ga.) 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly, 1772. 

Mrs. Devereux Haigh Lip- 
pitt. 

Stith, Major John, . (Va.) 

Burgess, 1685-'93; High Sher- 
iff of Charles City, 1691; Ma- 
jor of Militia and Justice of 
Henrico County. 

Miss Elizabeth Royal 
Groves. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 
Stockett, Captain Thomas, 

1626-1671. 
Deputv from Bertie County, 
1661-'66; Judge of Court, 
1668; High Sheriff of Anne 
Arundel County, 1668-'70. 

Miss Susie Gentry. 
Stockton, Judge John, 1701- 

1757. (N.J.) 
One of the first presiding 
Judges of Court of Common 
Pleas, Somerset County, New 
Jersey. 

Mrs. James A. Bryan. 
Stockton, Richard, 1656-1707. 

(N.J.) 



First Lieutenant of a Com- 
pany of Horse, 1665-1669. 
Mrs. John Van B. Metts. 
Stockton, Honorable Richard, 
1730-1781. (N.J.) 
Judge of Supreme Court, 
1774 — ; Member of King's 
Council, 1767-'75; Signer of 
Declaration of Independence, 
1776; Member of the Conti- 
nental Congress, 1776. 
Mrs. James A. Bryan. 
Stoddard, Anthony, 1639-1687. 
(Mass.) 
Representative from Boston to 
General Court of Massachu- 
setts, 1650, '59, '60, '65-'84. 
Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Mrs. Frank Ring. 
Stoddard, Rev. Solomon, 1643- 
1729. (Mass.) 
Fellow of Harvard College, 
1666-'67. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 

Stone, John, 1693. (Mass.) 

Representative to House of 
Assembly, 1682, '83, '84. 
Mrs. Junius Davis. 
Mrs. Louis Henry de Rosset. 
Mrs. Richard Frederick 

Hamme. 
Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan. 
Mrs. Robert Strange. 

Stone, Zedekiah, 1709 . 

Member of Assembly, 1775. 
Mrs. Junius Davis. 
Mrs. Louis Henry de Rosset. 
Mrs. Richard Frederick 

Hamme. 
Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 
Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan. 
Mrs. Robert Strange. 

Stow, John, . (Mass.) 

Representative to General 
Court, 1639; Member of An- 
cient and Honorable Artillery. 
Mrs. Edmund Lilly. 

Strachey, William, 1624. 

(Va.) 
Member of Council, 1610; Sec- 



ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 



209 



retary of Lord Delaware's 
Commission. 

Mrs. Warren B. Watkins. 
Strudwick, Samuel, 1730-1785. 
Member of Governor's Council, 
17 6 7; Lieutenant-General, 
1768; Member Governor Mar- 
tin's Council, 1775. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith, 

Suggs, Allen, 1745 . 

Member of Committee of 
Safety, 1775, '76. 

Mrs. Augustus M. Lewis. 
Sumner, John, 1755. (N. C.) 
Justice of Quorum, 1734. 

Mrs. Ivan M. Procter. 
SwANN, Honorable Samuel, I., 

1653-1707. 
Collector of Her Majesty's 
Customs in Roanoke and Coun- 
cillor under Queen Ann and 
George I. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. William M. Chalmers. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Hamilton I. De Pass. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Norwood Giles. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder. 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. George W. Kidder. 

Mrs. Benjamin F. Lee. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 

Mrs. Henry Howze McLen- 
don. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Mrs. Robert B. Miller. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 

Mrs. William H. Phillips. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

14 



Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
Sw^ANN, Major Samuel, II., 

1704-1722. (N. C.) 
Associate Justice; Chief Jus- 
tice; Speaker of the Assembly 
twenty years; Surveyor to 
Commissioners for settling the 
Boundary Line between North 
Carolina and Virginia, 1728; 
Reviser of The Code of North 
Carolina, 1752; (The first 
book printed in the State and 
known as "Yellow Jacket.") 

Mrs. William M. Chalmers. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lover- 
ing. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 
SwANN, Honorable Thomas, 

1616-1680. (Va.) 
Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil; Burgess for James City 
County, 1645-'49, and for Sur- 
ry County, 1647-'50. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lover- 
ing. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Symons, Jeremiah, 1715. 

(N.C.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 

Mrs. W. H. Pleasants, Jr. 
Talcott, John, 1580-1669. 

(Mass. and Conn.) 
Assistant, 1637, 1654, 1660, 
Connecticut ; Treasurer, 1654- 
1660, Connecticut; Deputy 
from Hartford to the General 
Assembly, 1637-1653; Deputy 



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to Commissioners, United 
Colonies, 1656-1668. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
Talcott, Nathaniel, 1678-1758. 
(Conn.) 
Deputy, 1735; Lieutenant 
Glastonbury County, 1728; 
Captain, 1738. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
Talcott, Samuel, 1635-1691. 
(Conn.) 
Assistant, 1685, '87, '89, '91; 
Deputy for Wethersfield to 
General Assembly, 1669-'84; 
Captain of Troops of Hartford 
County, 1681; Surgeon of 
Hartford County at Deerfield 
in King William's War. 

Mrs. Samuel Wait Brewer. 

Mrs. James J. Thomas. 
Taliaferro, John, 1720. 

(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses; Lieutenant Command- 
er of Rangers, 1692; Sheriff 
of Essex County, 1699. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis. 

Mrs. William N. Harriss. 

Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 

Mrs. J. Williams Murchison. 
Tasker, Judge Thomas, . 

(Md.) 
Judge of Probate, 1698; Free- 
man, 1695. 

Mrs. Chambers McAdory. 
Taylor, George, 1711-1792. 

(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1748-1758; Clerk of Court, 
1750-1772; Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1755; Committee of Safety, 
1774; Member of Convention, 
1755. 

Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 

Miss Elizabeth Groves. 

Mrs. Horace C. Prince. 
Taylor, Colonel James, 1624- 

1730. (Va.) 
Burgess for King's and Queen's 
County, 1702; Justice of the 
Peace, 1702-'04. 

Mrs. John L. Boatwright. 

Mrs. William T. Watkins. 



Taylor, James, 1673-1729. 
(Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1702-1714; Surveyor-General; 
Justice of Peace, 1702-1704. 
Mrs. Charles Willing Beale. 
Mrs. Horace C. Prince. 
Taylor, Thomas, 1620-1667. 
(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, 1645. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 
Taylor, Thomas, 1719. (Mass.) 
Captain, 1748. 

Mrs. George Tayloe Win- 
ston. 
Thoroughbred, Adam, 1602- 
1640. (Va.) 
Member of Governor's Council, 
and Burgess. 

Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 

Tomes, Francis, 1709. 

(N.C.) 
Judge of General Court, 1689; 
Surveyor-General, 1698 ; Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 
1701. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 

Toomer, Henry, . 

Committee of Safety, 1775. 
Mrs. William Cal'der. 
Mrs. Arthur McCallum. 
Townsend, Richard, 1606-1647. 
(Va.) 
Member of Governor's Council, 
1636-1645; Justice York Coun- 
ty, 1633. 

Mrs. Jaquelin P. Taylor. 
Tracey, Lieutenant Thomas, 
1610-1685. (Conn.) 
Deputy to General Court of 
Connecticut, 1662, '63, '67, 
'70, '72, '73, '75, '78, '82-'84; 
Lieutenant, 1693. 

Mrs. Walter Gilman Curtis. 
Treat, Richard, 1589-1669. 
(Conn.) 
Deputv, 1644-'58; Assistant, 
1658-'65. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Treat, Governor Robert, 1637- 
1710. (Conn.) 
Magistrate New Haven Col- 
on v, 1659-'63; Deputv from 
Milford, 1653, '54, '55, '56, 



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211 



'58; Magistrate of Connecti- 
cut, 1673-'75 ; Deputy Govern- 
or, 1676, '82, '98, 1707; Gov- 
ernor, 1683, '86, '87, "97; Cap- 
tain, 1665; Commander-in- 
Chief of Connecticut, 1675; 
Commissioner of United Col- 
onies, 1681-'82; Councillor of 
Roj'al Province of New Eng- 
land, 1687-'89. 

Mrs. Walter E. Storm. 
Tkedwell, Joh.x, 1638-1692. 
Deputy from Queen's County, 
1694. 

Mrs. John Strieker Coles. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. Frank Masten Kim- 
bark. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Miss Mary Fremont Meares. 

Mrs. Thomas C. Robertson. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Tripp, Joseph. (N. C.) 

High Sheriff for Bath County, 
1750. 

Mrs. James G. Thomas. 
TuBNEB, Captain Simon, 

1796. (N. C.) 
Captain of Militia for Wake 
County, 1772-1773, under Col- 
onel John Hinton. 

Mrs. Albert Augustus Green. 

Mrs. Joshua Green. 

Upham, John, . (Mass.) 

Representative to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1636, 
'37, '38, '39. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 
Utie, Colonel John, 1639. 

(Va.) 
Burgess, 1623-'24; Member of 
the Council, 1680. 

Miss Margaret Little John 
Kingsbury. 

Miss Mary Sumner Kings- 
bury. 

Miss Maude Madeleine 
Kingsbury. 
Vail, Jeremiah, 1720 . 

(N.C.) 



Deputy Clerk of the Council, 
1753; Deputy Clerk of the 
Crown; Member of Assembly 
for New Bern. 

Mrs. Margaret Shepard Nel- 
son. 
Van Bbugh, Johannes Piet- 

erse, 1624-1697. (N. Y.) 
Burgomaster of New Amster- 
dam, 1656-'68; Captain of 
Provincial Troops, 1673. 

Mrs. James Ravenel Smith. 
Van Brugh, Peter. (N. Y.) 

Mayor of Albany, 1699-1721. 

Mrs. G«orge Evertson Dix. 

Van Courtland, Stephanus. 
1643-1700. (N. Y.) 
Founder of Van Courtland 
Manor, 1685; Mayor of New 
York. 

Miss Sally Dortch. 

Vaughan, Captain William, 

1685-1750. (N.C.) 
Captain in Army of Lords 
Proprietors. 

Mrs. Thomas W. Hawkins. 
Venable, Abraham, 1700-1768. 

(Va.) 
Presiding Justice of Louisa 
County, Virginia; Lieutenant 
of County; Captain of Colo- 
nial Army; Member of House 
of Burgesses, May 6, 1742, 
November, 1755. 

Mrs. W^illiam Murlin 
Creasy. 

Mrs. John Murphy de Vane. 

Waddell, General Hugh, 
1739-1773. (N.C.) 
Member of Assembly for 
Rowan County, 1757; Lieu- 
tenant, 1754; Captain, 1755; 
Major, 1758; Colonel, 1759; 
General of Colonial Forces, 
1771; Leader in Resistance to 
the Stamp Act, 1765. 
Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer, 
Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 
Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 
Wadsworth, William, 1595- 
1675. (Conn.) 
Member of First Board of Se- 
lectmen, 1634; chosen Collec- 



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tor, 1642-'47; Representative, 
October, 1656-1676. 

Mrs. Edward W. Stith. 
Walker, Captain James, 1742- 

1808; Captain of Artillery, 
1771; Committee of Safety, 
1776. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 
Walker, Robert, 1686-1746. 
High Sheriff, 1745; Inspector 
of Customs, 1740. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Junius Davis. 

Mrs. N. N. Davis. 

Mrs. Louis Henry deRosset. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 

Mrs. William Dougald Mc- 
Millan. 
Waller, Benjamin, 1716-1786. 

(Va.) 
Member of Virginia House of 
Burgesses, 1748; Registrar of 
Court of Admiralty, 1737; 
Chief Judge of Court of Ad- 
miralty; King's Attorney in 
Gloucester County, Virginia; 
Clerk of James City County, 
1739. 

Mrs. Warren G. Elliott. 
Waller, Colonel John, 1670- 

1754. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses 
Spottsylvania County, Vir- 
ginia, 1710; Colonel of Vir- 
ginia. 

Mrs. Peyton H. Hoge. 
Walton, Thomas, Sr. (N. C.) 
Justice of Peace, July 10, 
1750. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 
Ward, Andrew, 1587-1658. 
Commissioner from Massachu- 
setts to govern Connecticut, 
1635; Deputy to General 
Court of Connecticut, 1636- 
1640, 1648, 1657. 

Mrs. Theodore F. Davidson. 
Ward, Edward, 1694-1766. 

(N.C.) 
Colonel in Indian Wars; Jus- 
tice of Quorum, 1744. 

Miss Olivia Grist Bellamy. 

Mrs. Julian S. Carr. 



Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton, 

Mrs. Henry C. Flower. 

Mrs. John T. Rankin. 
Ward, Enoch, Sr., 1719-1750. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace from 1722 till 
his death; Member Colonial 
Assembly, 1726; Member of 
the General Biennial Assem- 
bly held at Edenton, 1727. 

Mrs. James Harman Chad- 
bourn. 

Mrs. Jasper W. Stanly. 
Ward, Captain Enoch, Je. 

1785. (N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Assem- 
bly at Hillsboro, August 20, 
1775. Appointed Captain of 
Independent Company Car- 
teret County, April 29, 1776; 
Member of House of Commons, 
1783-'85. 

Mrs. James Harmon Chad- 
bourn. 

Mrs. Jasper W. Stanly. 

Warfield, Elisha, . (Md. ) 

Member Committee of Obser- 
vation in 1775. 

Mrs. Richard Wallace 
Hogue. 
Warner, Augustine, Sr., 1610- 

1674. (Va.) 
Captain of Militia; Com- 
mander and Commissioner of 
Elizabeth City; Burgess; Col- 
onel. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Sidney Perry Cooper. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Warner, Augustine, Jr., 1642- 

1681. (Va.) 
Speaker of House of Burgesses, 
1675-1676; Member of Coun- 
cil. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Sidnej' Perry Cooper. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. Samuel R. Fowle. 

Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 



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213 



Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Warren, Richard, 1590-1628. 

( Mass. ) 
One of the Historic Founders 
of Plymouth Colony; Member 
of Miles Standish's Company 
at Great Meadows, 1620. 

Mrs. Arthur Bertram Skeld- 
ing. 

Washington, James, 1766. 

Member of General Assembly, 
1753, '55, '56. 

Mrs. James Marshall Allen. 

Mrs. Felix G. Ewing. 

Mrs. John Helm. 

Mrs. Martha Washington 
Tillman. 

Miss Rebecca Washington, 

Mrs. D. Shelby Williams. 
Washington, Colonel John, 

1629-1677. (Va.) 
Burgess, 1666*76; Magistrate, 
1775; Commander of Expedi- 
tion against Seneca Indians, 
1675. 

Mrs. E. P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. Philip Barton Key. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William B. Wilson. 
Washington, Lawrence. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses, 
1685. 

Mrs. Adam Empie. 

Mrs. Edward P. Bailey. 

Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 

Mrs. Frederick Poisson. 

Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 
Waters, Edward, 1604-1684. 

(Va.) 
Captain of Militia. Com- 
mander and Commissioner of 
Elizabeth County. Burgess, 
Colonel. 

Mrs. William Goodman. 
Watkins, Colonel Nicholas, 

1657-1734. (Md.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses; Major of State Mili- 
tia; Colonel of State Militia. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 
nathy. 



Wayne, Captain Isaac, 1700- 
1774. (Pa.) 
Captain in Indian War, 1756; 
Member of Assembly for Ches- 
ter County, 1758-'63. 
Baronne de Charette. 
Welles, Major Chester, 1739- 
1815. (Conn.) 
In January, 1776, commis- 
sioned by the General Court as 
Captain of Third Company of 
Sixth Battalion of Wadsworth 
State Brigade, and marched 
to New York to reinforce 
Washington. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Welles, John, 1621-1659. 
(Conn.) 
Representative, 1656-'57; Mag- 
istrate Stratford, 1658; Judge 
of Probate at Stratford, 1658. 
Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Welles, Robert, 1651-1714. 
(Conn.) 
Deputy for Wethersfield for 
forty-two sessions between 
1690 and 1714; Commissioned 
Captain 1689; served till 
1714; Judge of Hartford 
County from 1702-1711. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Welles, Captain Robert. 

Second Lieutenant of Troops, 
1714; Commissioned Captain, 
1726. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Welles, Samuel, 1630-1675. 
(Conn.) 
Ensign, 1658; Lieutenant, 
1665; Commissioned Captain, 
1670; Deputy 13 times from 
1675; Commissioner for Weth- 
ersfield. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Welles, Thomas, 1598-1660. 
(Conn.) 
Magistrate; Treasurer of the 
Colony, 1639-'52 ; Commis- 
sioner of United Colonies; 
Moderator of the General 
Court; Deputv Governor. 1654- 
56, '57; Governor, '55, '56, '58; 



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SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



Assistant, 1639; Secretary of 
the Colony, 1640-'48. 

Mrs. Marcus Claude Ham- 
mond. 
Wells, George, 1670. (Md.) 
Member Assembly, 1674; Cap- 
tain, 1667; Major, Colonel. 
Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Wells, Richard, 1650. (Md.) 
Judge of Provincial Courts; 
Commissioner of Provincial 
Government. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Wendell, Evert Jansen, 1615- 
1709. (N. Y.) 
Magistrate of Fort Orange, 
1660-1661 ; Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, 1660-'63. 

Mrs. James Ravenel Smith. 
West, Governor John, 1590- 
1659. (Va.) 
Governor of Virginia, 1635- 
1637; Member of Virginia 
Council until his death. 
Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
Mrs. John D. Cooper. 
West, John, Jr., 1632-1692. 
(Va.) 
Member of the House of Bur- 



Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 

Mrs. John D. Cooper. 

West, Nathaniel, . (Va.) 

Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses. 

Mrs. Richard C. Carson. 
West, Thomas, 1684-1722. 

(N.C.) 
Treasurer of Chowan Precinct, 
1718, '19, '20, '21. 

Mrs. Hubert Haywood. 
Wetmore, Israhiah, . 

(Conn.) 
Deputy to General Court, 1720- 
'28; Magistrate. 

Mrs. Edmund Jones Lilly. 
Wetmore, Thomas, 1615-1681. 
Settled Mattabeset, afterwards 
called Middletown, 1649; rep- 
resented Middletown in Gen- 
eral Court. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 
White, James, 1743-1793. 

(N.C.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress at Hillsboro, 1775-'76; 



Member of Council of Safety; 
Major in Field Officers of 
Minute Men. 

Mrs. William Harris Bell. 
White, Thomas, 1599-1679, 

(Mass.) 
Deputy of General Courts, 
1637, '57-'70; represented 
Weymouth. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Whitfield, William, 1715-1795. 

(N.C.) 
Justice of Peace, 1750; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1761-'62. 

Miss Mary Joseph Arring- 
ton. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Bond. 

Miss Nellie W. Cobb. 

Miss Susan Collier. 

Mrs. M. Ashley Curtis, Jr. 

Miss Mary Louise Crawford. 

Miss Bessie Whitfield Dun- 
ston. 

Mrs. Charles W. Dunston. 

Miss Edith Louise Dunston. 

Mrs. R. H. Edwards. 

Mrs. Archibald B. Gwath- 
mey. 

Miss Sallie Simms Kirby. 

Mrs. James Kyle. 

Mrs. Franklin McNeill. 

Miss Jennie Atkinson Mur- 
chison. 

Mrs. Kenneth Murchison. 

Mrs. James Sprunt. 

Mrs. Waldo W. Walton. 

Miss Emma M. Whitfield. 

Mrs. Norman G. Winn. 
Whiting, John, 1706-1786. 

( Conn. ) 
Judge of Probate; Colonel. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Whiting, Samuel, 1726. (Conn.) 
First and prominent minister 
in Connecticut. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 
Whiting, William, 1633-1647. 

(Conn.) 
Treasurer of Colony; Magis- 
trate; one of the Founders of 
Hartford, Connecticut, 1636. 

Mrs. H. I. De Pass. 

Mrs. Henry Howze MacLen- 
don. 



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215 



Whitmell, Thomas, 1688. 

(N.C.) 
Commissioner of Indian Af- 
fairs; Justice; Commissioner 
of Peace; High Sheriff; Mem- 
ber of G«neral Assembly. 
Mrs. Robert Boyd Patter- 
son. 
Whitmell, Thomas, 1713. 
(N.C.) 
Colonel for Bertie County, 
1775. 
Miss Jeannette Ballard. 
Mrs. Allen Tupper. 

Whitmobe, Thomas, . 

( Conn. ) 

Deputy to General Court and 

with others settled Matte- 

besek, now Middletown, 1549. 

. Mrs. Edmund Jones Lilly. 

Whittington, Willlam, 

1720. (Va.) 
Member of House of Burgesses. 
Mrs. William D. Hilliard. 
WiLFBEY, George, 1700-1780. 
(N.C.) 
Appointed Major at Provin- 
cial Congress held at Halifax, 
April, 1776. 

Mrs. George C. Goodman. 
WiLLETT, Thomas, 1610-1674. 
(Mass., R. I., N. Y.) 
Captain of Plymouth Com- 
pany, 1647; Commissioner of 
Boundaries, 1650; Assistant 
of Plymouth Colony, 1651 -'64; 
Member of Council of War for 
Plymouth Colony, 1653; Com- 
missioner to organize His 
Majesty's Government in the 
Province of New York, 1665; 
Major of New York, 1665-'67; 
Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1665-'72; Commissioner of 
Admiralty for the Province of 
New York, 1665. 

Mrs. John C. Engelhard. 
Mrs. William Dudley Gale. 
Mrs. John Wetmore Hins- 
dale. 
Mrs. Frank Ring. 

Williams, Johx, . (N.C.) 

Delegate from Orange County 
to Provincial Congress at 
Hillsboro, August 21, 1775; 
Appointed Lieutenant-Colonel 



of Minute Men from Hillsboro 
District, 1775. 
Miss Helen Knox. 
Mrs. Piatt Dickinson 
Walker. 
Williams, Captain Joseph, 
1708-1798. (N.C.) 
Delegate to Provincial Con- 
gress at Hillsboro, August, 
1775. 

Mrs. William Harris Bell. 

Mrs. J. M. Hobson. 

Mrs. William Montgomery 

Person. 
Mrs. Mary Stringfield Wil- 
bur n. 

Williams, Joseph John, . 

(N.C.) 
Council of Safety, April, 1776; 
represented Council of Safety 
for State, 1774. 

Miss Violet Graham Alex- 
ander. 
Miss Jeannette Ballard. 
Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Mrs. Beverly Allen Read. 
Mrs. Allen Tupper. 
Mrs. Mary Stringfield Wil- 
burn. 
Williams, Colonel Joseph, 
1748-1827. (N.C.) 
Delegate from Surry to Pro- 
vincial Congress at Hillsboro, 
August 11, 1775. 
Mrs. J. M. Hobson. 
Miss Helen Knox. 
Mrs. N. W. Trimble. 
Williams, Colonel Nathaniel, 

1735 . (N.C.) 

Captain of the Militia of 
Johnston County commanded 
by Colonel Needham Bryan, 
October 4, 1774. 
Mrs. W. M. Shaw. 
Williams, William. (N.C.) 
Justice; Member of General 
Assembly. 

Mrs. Robert Boyd Patterson. 
Willis, Henry, 1691-1740. 
(Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1718-1723. 
Miss Mary Hilliard Hinton. 
Mrs. Sumter de Leon Lowry. 
Mrs. William Blackburn 
Wilson. 



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Wilson, William, 1667. (Va.) 
Member House of Burgesses, 
1666. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton Leahy. 

WiNSLow, Moses, . ( N. C. ) 

Member Provincial Congress, 
1774; Delegate to Hillsboro, 
1775. 

Miss Violet Graham Alex- 
ander. 
WiTHEBSPOON, John, 1722-1794. 

(N.J.) 
Member Provincial Congress ; 
President of Princeton Col- 
lege; Signer of Declaration of 
Independence; Member of Con- 
tinental Congress. 

Mrs. William A. Withers. 

Wood, Abbam, . (Va.) 

Burgess for Henrico County, 
1644-'46; Member of Council, 
1657. 

Mrs. Alphonse L. Stolle- 
merck. 
Wood, Henby, 1691. (R. I. 

and N. J.) 
Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, New Jersey, 1683-'84; 
Commissioner in Land Office, 
and Commissioner to the In- 
dians, 1684-'85. 

Miss Elizabeth Hillman. 

Wood, Jonas, 1689. (R.I.) 

Commissioner, 1663; Deputy 
from Huntington, Long Island, 
1664, 1665; Member of Assem- 
bly at Hempstead; Commis- 
sioned Lieutenant, 1662. 

Mrs. William H. Green. 

Mrs. William Johnston. 

Mrs. William Latimer. 

Miss Eliza Walker Meares. 

Mrs. William A. Williams. 
Woodson, De. John, 1644. 

(Va.) 
Passenger on ship "George," 
1619; Surgeon to the Colony; 
was massacred by the In- 
dians. 

Mrs. Edward T. Fowlkes. 

Mrs. Henry John Toner. 

Woodson, John, . (Va.) 

Member of House of Burgesses, 
1773. 

Mrs. John Ernest Reinburg. 
Woodward, Dr. Henry, 

1725. (S. C.) 



Lords Proprietors' Deputy, 
1677 ; explorer of Prov- 
ince of South Carolina. 

Mrs. Alfred Moore Waddell. 
Worth, William, 1635-1723. 

(Mass.) 
Commissioned Justice by Gov- 
ernor Andros; Recorder and 
Assistant, 1678; Assistant 
Justice of Colony; Clerk of 
Court of Admiralty, 1680. 

Mrs. M. H. Bagley. 

Mrs. William H. Bagley. 

Mrs. J. H. Currie. 

Mrs. Josephus Daniels. 

Mrs. George R. French. 

Miss Sallie Badger Hoke. 

Mrs. Henry Armand Lon- 
don. 

Mrs. Elvira Worth Moffitt. 

Mrs. Tliomas Murphy. 
Worthington, John, 1650-1701. 

(Md.) 
Justice Anne Arundel County, 
1692; Burgess, 1699; Captain 
of County Militia. 

Mrs. James Campbell Aber- 
nathy. 

Mrs. William J. Dodd. 

Mrs. Isaac Wellington Fai- 
son. 

Mrs. Richard Wallace 
Hogue. 

Mrs. William H. Paton. 

Mrs. F. P. Smith. 

WOETHINGTON, ThOMAS, 1690- 

1759. (Md.) 
Member General Assembly, 
1645; Member of Convention; 
Justice of Peace. 

Mrs. Carl K. Bacon. 
Wright, Governor Sir James, 

1717-1786. 
Governor of Georgia, 1760-'82; 
Attorney-General of South 
Carolina. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Clayton Giles. 

Mrs. James F. Jordan. 
Wright. Honorable Robert, 

1735-1785. (S. C.) 
Chief Justice of South Caro- 
lina. 

Mrs. Beverly C. Cobb. 

Mrs. Thomas H. Wright. 



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217 



Wyatt, Nicholas. (Md. and 

Va.) 
Pioneer surveyor of the Severn 
River before 1763. 

Mrs. Edmond L. Prince. 
Wyman, Lieutenant Nehe- 

MiAH, 1722-1775. (Mass.) 
Sergeant, 1757 at Fort Wil- 
liam Henry; Lieutenant, 1763- 
'74. 

Mrs. James Eugene Reilley. 
Wynns, John, 1716-1733. 

(N.C.) 
County Clerk, 1742; Magis- 
trate, 1744; County Surveyor, 
1744. 

Mrs. Archibald Lingan. 
Yeamans, Sm John, 1605-1674. 
First and only Governor of 
Clarendon which extended 
from Albemarle County to the 
St. John's River in Florida; 
Founded a Settlement- on the 
Cape Fear River, North Caro- 
lina, 1665; Landgrave, 1671; 
Lieutenant-General. 

Mrs. John H. Anderson. 

Mrs. John Henry Boat- 
wright. 

Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer. 

Mrs. George P. Cotchett. 

Mrs. Tench C. Coxe. 

Mrs. William M. Chalmers. 

Mrs. Robert D. Cronly. 

Mrs. Morrison Divine. 

Mrs. John Henry Fell. 

Mrs. John B. Gibble. 

Mrs. Norwood Giles. 

Mrs. William Goodman. 

Mrs. M. F. H. Gouverneur. 

Mrs. James E. Harvey. 

Mrs. Walter Hawkins. 

Mrs. Elisha Lambert Hollo- 
way. 



Mrs. Thomas C. James. 

Mrs. J. F. Jordan. 

Mrs. Edwin Justice. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Justice. 

Miss Elise Yeamans Kidder, 

Miss Florence Hill Kidder. 

Mrs. George W. Kidder. 

Miss Athalia Lord. 

Mrs. Philip Theodore Lever- 
ing. 

Mrs. Herbert Lutterloh. 

Mrs. Thomas H. McKoy. 

Mrs. Donald MacRae. 

Miss Adelaide Meares. 

Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Miss Carrie T. Moore. 

Miss Ida N. Moore. 

Miss Lucia Byrd Moore. 

Mrs. William C. Munds. 

Mrs. Andrew McLean Par- 
ker. 

Mrs. Edwin P. Parker. 

Mrs. William H. Phillips. 

Mrs. George Rountree. 

Mrs. Thomas Settle. 

Mrs. Robert F. Smith. 

Mrs. William Bennett 
Thorpe. 

Miss Elizabeth Savage Wad- 
dell. 

Mrs. John S. Watters. 
Young, Colonel Henry. (N.C.) 
Member of the Assembly in 
1774; Major in Colonel Ward's 
Regiment, 1776; afterwards 
Colonel of the Regiment. 

Mrs. Arthur N. MacCallum, 

ZOLLICOFFEB, BaKON JaCOB 

Christopher, 1710. (N.C.) 
One of the Historic Founders 
of New Bern. 

Mrs. Columbus Benjamin 
Stephenson. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



• Deceased, 
t Married. 
t Resigned. 
§ Transferred. 



Abernathy, Mrs. James Campbell. 
Alexander, Miss Violet Graham . . 

Allen, Mrs. James Marshall 

Allison, Mrs. John Phifer 

Allison, Mrs. Thomas P 

Anderson, Mrs. John H 

Andrews, Mrs. Alexander Boyd... 
Andrews, Mrs. William Johnston. 

Arrington, Miss Mary Joseph 

:}: Arthur, Mrs. James Joyce 

Atkinson, Mrs. John Wilder 

•j-Bacon, Mrs. Carl K 

Bagley, Mrs. M. H 

Bagley, Mrs. William H 

Bailey, Mrs. Edward P 

Ballard, Miss Jeannette 

Ballinger, Miss Betty 

§Baltzer, Mrs. Ernest Victor 

*Barker, Mrs. Prelate Demick 

*Bass, Mrs. William J 

Bassett, Mrs. Roger Marcus 

Baxter, Miss Mary Louise 

Beale, Mrs. Charles Willing 

:}:Beattie, Mrs. Taylor 

:{:Beatty, Mrs. William H 

Bell, Mrs. William Harris 

Bellamy, Mrs. John Dillard 

Bellamy, Mrs. John D., Jr 

Bellamy, Miss Olivia Grist 



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220 society of colonial dames 

•j-Bennett, Mrs. John Mirza 

Bennett, Mrs. John M 

Bird, Mrs. John Styles 

Blake, Mrs. Francis Daniel 

Bland, Mrs. M. A 

BOATWRIGHT, MrS. JaMES HaL 

Boat WRIGHT, Mrs. John Henry 

*B0ATWRIGHT, MrS. J. L 

BoLLES, Mrs. Charles P 

BoLLES, Miss Hannah Pattison 

Bond, Mrs. Thomas E 

BoYLiN, Mrs. James G 

Bradford, Mrs. James C 

Bradley, Miss Nanine Amietta 

Bradley, Mrs. Thomas Moore 

§Branch, Mrs. Joseph 

Brenizer, Mrs. Gilmer 

Brevard, Miss Caroline Mays 

•[■Brevard, Mrs. E. M 

Brewer, Mrs. Samuel Wait 

Bridgers. Mrs. Preston L 

Broadfoot, Mrs. John B 

Brooks, Mrs. John M 

•j-Brown, Mrs. Charles Hays 

Brown, Mrs. Harry Denison 

Brown, Mrs. Peter Marshall 

Brunson, Mrs. Peter C 

Bryan, Mrs. Henry T 

Bryan, Mrs. James A 

*Buchanan, Mrs. Lytle 

BuELL, Mrs. Herbert Evarts 

*BuLL, Mrs. John Elliott 

Burroughs, Mrs. William L 

Busbee, Mrs. Richard Smith 

Butler, Mrs. Marion 



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Calder, Mrs. William i6 37 

Campbell, Mrs. John Isaac 439 126 

Campbell, Mrs. Michael 121 60 

*Campbell, Miss Sophia Gibbs 34 41 

*Capehart, Mrs. Baldy A 179 73 

Carr, Mrs. Julian S 458 130 

Carson, Mrs. Richard C 492 137 

Carter, Mrs. Richard Henry 197 76 

Chadbourn, Mrs. James Harmon 415 122 

Chalmers, Mrs. William M 330 104 

Chamberlain, Mrs. Joseph Redington. . . 218 81 

Chapman, Mrs. Edward 37 41 

Cherry, Mrs. Calvin W 80 51 

Childs, Mrs. L. D 474 133 

*Clark, Mrs. Walter 222 82 

Clarkson, Mrs. Heriot 240 86 

Cobb, Mrs. Beverly Cameron 246 87 

Cobb, Miss Nellie Wright 351 109 

Coleman, Mrs. Phares 116 59 

Coles, Mrs. John Stricker, Jr 386 116 

Collier, Miss Susan E 78 51 

Collins, Miss Alethea 233 84 

Collins, Mrs. George P 358 iii 

Cooper, Mrs. Alexander 400 119 

Cooper, Mrs. Charles M 381 115 

Cooper, Mrs. John D 382 1 16 

Cooper, Mrs. Sydney Perry 373 114 

CoRBiTT, Mrs. Richard J 320 103 

CoRRELL, Mrs. Daniel C 385 116 

CoTCHETT, Mrs. George Pratt 251 88 

Counselman, Mrs. Lee Bernard 256 89 

Cowan, Miss Aubrey Beauregard 453 129 

CoxE, Mrs. Tench C 29 40 

Crawford, Miss Mary Louise 482 135 

Creasy, Mrs. William Murlin 416 122 

Cronly, Mrs. Robert Dickson 243 86 



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CuRRiE, Mrs. J. H 184 74 

•j-CuRTis, Mrs. M. Ashley 467 132 

Curtis, Mrs. Walter Clarence 462 131 

Curtis, Mrs. William Oilman 23 38 

Dalton, Mrs. Robert Frank 329 104 

Daniels, Mrs. Josephus 281 94 

Darby, Mrs. T. A 425 124 

*Davis, Mrs. Elihu G 306 100 

Davis, Mrs. Junius 236 85 

Davis, Mrs. Nixon N 71 50 

Davidson, Mrs. John Caldwell 269 91 

Davidson, Mrs. Theodore F 119 60 

Dawson, Mrs. Lemuel Orah 196 76 

DE Charette, Baronne Antoinette 61 47 

Delony, Mrs. John E 333 105 

■j-DE Pass, Mrs. H.I 271 92 

DE RossET, Mrs. Louis Henry 369 113 

DE Vane, Mrs. John Murphy 468 132 

Dillard, Mrs. Mason James 469 133 

Divine, Mrs. Morrison W 295 97 

•f-Dix, Mrs. George Evertson 305 100 

DoDD, Mrs. William James 317 102 

Dortch, Miss Sally 337 106 

*DuNCAN, Mrs. Robert Perry 212 80 

Dunn, Mrs. Robert A 410 121 

DuNSTON, Miss Bessie Whitfield iii 58 

*DuNSTON, Mrs. Charles W 109 58 

DuNSTON, Miss Edith Louise 112 59 

Edwards, Mrs. H. Lee 493 137 

fEDWARDS, Mrs. R. H 297 98 

♦Elliott, Mrs. Warren G 39 42 

Empie, Mrs. Adam 3 33 

Engelhard, Mrs. John C 498 138 

Enslow, Mrs. Joseph A 486 136 

EwiNG, Mrs. Felix Grundy 195 y^i 



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Faison, Mrs. Isaac Wellington. . 
Faulkner, Mrs. Robert Fames. . . , 

Fell, Mrs. John Henry , 

Ferguson, Miss Emily Florence. , 
FiTTS, Mrs. Philip Augustus. . . . , 

Flagler, Mrs. Henry 

FowLE, Mrs. Samuel R 

Flower, Mrs. Henry Corwin 

■j- Fowler, Mrs. H. B 

FowLKES, Mrs. Edward Taylor. . . . 
Franklin, Mrs. Thomas Blewett. 
French, Mrs. George R , 

■|-*FuRNESS, Mrs. J. P 

Gardner, Miss Margaret Aylette. 

Gentry, Miss Susie 

Gaines, Mrs. Frank W 

Gale, Mrs. William Dudley 

Gibble, Mrs. John B 

Giles, Mrs. Clayton 

•j-GiLES, Mrs. Clayton, Jr 

Giles, Mrs. Norwood 

Goodman, Mrs. George C 

Goodman, Mrs. William 

Gordon, Mrs. Robert J 

Gouverneur, Mrs. M. F. H 

Gray, Mrs. Jefferson Hughes... 
Green, Mrs. Albert Augustus . . . . 

Green, Mrs. Joshua 

Green, Mrs. William H 

Groover, Mrs. Frank C 

Grosvenor, Mrs. Charles Niles. . . 
Groves, Miss Elizabeth Roy all . . . 

GuioN, Mrs. Owen Haywood 

GwATHMEY, Mrs. Archibald B.,.. 



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Hairston, Mrs. Harden 

Hall, Miss Saidy 

Halliburton, Mrs. Jacob Hunter , 

Hamme, Mrs. Richard Frederick , 

§Hammond, Mrs. Marcus Claude , 

Harper, Mrs. James L , 

Harris, Mrs. Andrew 

Harris, Mrs. George C , 

Harris, Miss Helen Johnston 

Harrison, Mrs. John Wilson , 

Harriss, Mrs. William Nehemiah 

*Harvey, Mrs. James , 

Harvey, Mrs. Mary Lewis 

Harwell, Mrs. James F 

Hatch, Mrs. Charles J , 

Haughton, Mrs. Thomas Hill 

Hawkins, Mrs. T. W 

Hawkins, Mrs. Walter 

Haywood, Mrs. Hubert , 

Heck, Mrs. J. M 

Helm, Mrs. John L 

Henderson, Mrs. John Arthur 

Henkel, Mrs. Columbus Vance , 

Hicks, Miss Georgia 

Hilgartner, Mrs. Henry L 

Hill, Mrs. Napoleon 

Hill, Mrs. William Lanier 

HiLLiARD, Mrs. William D 

*HiLLMAN, Miss Elizabeth , 

HiNES, Mrs. W. T 

Hinsdale, Mrs. John W 

HiNTON, Miss Mary Hilliard 

*Hobson, Mrs. J. M 

§Hoge, Mrs. Peyton H 

HoGUE, Mrs. Richard Wallace 

Hoke, Miss Sallie Badger 



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*HoLLADAY, Mrs. Alexander Q 

HoLLowAY, Mrs. Elisha Lambert 

Holmes, Mrs. Gabriel 

Holmes, Miss Sallie Lord 

Holt, Mrs. Edwin C 

Holt, Mrs. Walter L 

Hook, Mrs. Charles C 

Horner, Mrs. Hamilton 

HoRSFiELD, Mrs. Frederick H. Townsend 

Horton, Mrs. Henry Claiborne 

Houston, Mrs. James A 

Howard, Mrs. John William 

:{:HuGER, Mrs. William E 

Hunt, Mrs. William Andrew 

Hunter, Miss Claudia Watkins 

§Huntington, Mrs. Frederick G 

Hyatt, Miss Sybil 

Hyman, Mrs. Thomas G 

•j-lNGE, Mrs. Harry Tutwiler 

Irwin, Miss Mary Leonora 

Jackson, Mrs. Robert F 

James, Mrs. Thomas C 

Jarvis, Mrs. Thomas J 

:}:Jernigan, Miss Cordelia Banks 

Johnston, Mrs. Robert D 

Johnston, Mrs. William 

Jones, Mrs. Armistead 

Jones, Miss Caroline S 

*JoNEs. Mrs. Edmund 

* Jones, Mrs. Garland 

Jones, Mrs. George 

Jones, Mrs. George W 

:};Jones, Mrs. Joseph 

Jones, Miss Mary Frances 

Jones, Miss Mary Philippa 



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99 


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116 


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Jones, Mrs. Pembroke 

Jones, Mrs. Thomas Goode 

Jordan, Mrs. J. F 

♦Justice, Mrs. Edwin 

•j- Justice, Mrs. Edwin J 

*Kenan, Miss Annie Dickson 

Kenan, Miss Sarah Graham , 

Kennedy, Mrs. Walker 

Key, Mrs. Philip Barton , 

Kidder, Miss Ann Potter 

Kidder, Miss Elise Yeamans 

Kidder, Miss Florence Hill , 

Kidder, Mrs. George W 

•j-KiMBARK, Mrs. Frank Masten 

King, Miss Eliza Jane 

Kingsbury, Miss Margaret Littlejohn. 

Kingsbury, Miss Mary Sumner 

Kingsbury, Miss Maude Madeleine. . . . 

Kirby, Miss Sallie Simms 

*Kluttz, Mrs. Theodore Franklin 

KoNDRUP, Mrs. Henry Edwin Rainals. . 

Knott, Miss Elizabeth 

Knowles, Mrs. William H 

Knox, Miss Helen 

Knox, Mrs. Robert W 

iKNOx, Mrs. Walter L 

Kyle, Mrs. James 

Labouisse, Mrs. Henry Richardson . . . . 

Lamb, Mrs. Wilson G 

Landes, Mrs. Henry A 

La Roche, Mrs. James Henri 

•j-Latimer, Mrs. William 

Leahy, Mrs. Wade Hampton 

Lee, Mrs. Benjamin Franklin 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 227 



Lee, Mrs. Laurence Haywood 

*Lewis, Mrs. Augustus M 

*Lewis, Mrs. Susan G 

Liddell, Mrs. Walter Scott 

Lilly, Mrs. Edmund Jones 

LiNGAN, Mrs. Archibald 

LippiTT, Mrs. D. H 

Lippitt, Miss Sara Crowther 

LoEB, Mrs. Harry 

London, Mrs. Henry Adolphus 

London, Mrs. Henry Arm and 

Long, Mrs. John Albert 

Lord, Miss Athalia 

•j-LovERiNG, Mrs. Philip Theodore 

*LoviCK, Mrs. Hugh Jones 

LowRY, Mrs. Sumter de Leon 

Ludlow, Mrs. Jacob Lott 

*Lutterloh, Mrs. Herbert 

Lyon, Mrs. Cecil Andrew 

McAden, Mrs. Henry Murphy 

McAdory, Mrs. Chambers 

McCallum, Mrs. Arthur Newell 

•j-McCuLLOUGH, Mrs. Derrill Hart 

*McGehee, Mrs. Montford 

McKee, Mrs. Samuel Bell 

McKoY, Mrs. T. Hall. 

McLendon, Mrs. Henry Howze 

McMaster, Mrs. Fitzhugh 

McMillan, Mrs. William Dougald, Jr. 

McNeill, Mrs. Franklin 

MacRae, Mrs. Donald 

McQueen, Miss Sue Moore 

Maffitt, Mrs. John Newland 

Mahoney, Mrs. Joseph P 

Mallard, Mrs. Thomas Butler 



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228 



SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



-j-Marks, Mrs. William M 

Marr, Mrs. Robert Hardin 

:}:Martin, Mrs. G. Frederick 

Martin, Mrs. William J 

Matthew, Mrs. Patrick 

Maury, Mrs. James Fontaine , 

Means, Miss Nannie Beatty 

Meares, Miss Adelaide , 

Meares, Miss Caroline Green 

Meares, Miss Eliza Walker 

Meares, Mrs. Gaston , 

:}:Meares, Miss Mary Fremont , 

Metts, Mrs. John Van B 

Miller, Mrs. John M., Jr 

Miller, Mrs. John Walter 

Miller, Mrs. Robert B 

Mills, Mrs. Andrew Graham 

Milner, Mrs. Willis J 

Mitchell, Mrs. Carrie Carr 

Mitchell, Miss Laura Martin Macon, 

gMoFFiTT, Mrs. Elvira Worth 

•j-MooRE, Mrs. Ben W 

Moore, Miss Carrie Thomas 

Moore, Miss Fannie Brandon 

*Moore, Miss Ida N 

Moore, Mrs. Kate E. Weakly 

Moore, Miss Lucia Byrd 

Moore, Mrs. Robert Cunningham 

Morey, Mrs. Lewis Sidney 

*Munds, Mrs. William Capers 

Murchison, Mrs. J. Williams 

Murchison, Miss Jennie Atkinson. . . 
*MuRCHisoN, Mrs. Kenneth M 

Murphy, Mrs. Thomas 

♦Myers. Mrs, Thomas Rawlings 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 229 

NO. IN 80C. PAGE. 

Nelson, Mrs. Margaret Shepard 324 103 

Newson, Mrs. A. W 448 128 

Nichols, Mrs. Allan 346 108 

Norton, Mrs. Jesse Rowland 90 53 

NuNNALLY, Mrs. Jesse Joe 434 125 

Odell, Mrs. J. M 225 83 

Osborne, Mrs. Francis Irwin 478 134 

Osborne, Mrs. Hampden 515 142 

Palm, Miss Mary Josephine loi 56 

Parish, Mrs. William Peek 132 63 

:}: Parker, Mrs. Andrew McLean 154 67 

Parker, Mrs. Edwin P 131 63 

Parsley, Mrs. Walter L 134 63 

Parsley, Mrs. William Murdock 501 139 

Paton, Mrs. William H 418 122 

Patterson, Mrs. George Lee 365 112 

Patterson, Mrs. Robert Boyd 454 129 

Patterson, Mrs. Rufus L 312 loi 

*Perry, Miss Stella 397 1 18 

f Person, Mrs. William Montgomery 370 113 

Phillips, Mrs. C. C 436 126 

Phillips, Mrs. William Henry 405 120 

Pierce, Mrs. Edward Beauchamp 354 110 

Pierce, Mrs. Orestes 421 123 

Pittman, Mrs. Ernest Waller 481 135 

Pitts, Miss Maud Dickinson 291 97 

Pleasants, Mrs. W. H. Jr 276 93 

PoissoN, Mrs. Frederick C 6y 49 

Polk, Mrs. Lucius Junius 177 73 

Polk, Miss Prudence 89 53 

|*PowELL, Mrs. Martin R 364 112 

Price, Mrs. Francis Lewis 213 80 

Price, Mrs. Hickman 503 139 

Price, Mrs. John R 288 96 



230 SOCIETY OF COLONIAL DAMES 



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Prince, Mrs. Edmond Lafayette 284 95 

Prince, Mrs. Horace C 267 91 

Procter, Mrs. Ivan M 229 83 

QuiNN, Miss Janet 483 135 

Randall, Mrs. Edward 485 136 

Rankin, Mrs. John T 262 90 

Rapalje, Mrs. Ernest H 359 1 1 1 

Ratcliff, Mrs. William Barrow 275 93 

•j-Raynal, Mrs. C. E 193 76 

Read, Mrs. Beverly Allen 490 137 

Reinburg, Mrs. John E 22 38 

Ricks, Mrs. Benjamin Sherrod 404 120 

Ring, Mrs. Frank Whitman 38 42 

Reilley, Mrs. James Eugene 423 123 

RoBBiNS, Mrs. Eugene, Jr 380 115 

RoBBiNS, Mrs. Joseph Sydney 136 64 

•j-:}:RoBERTS, Mrs. Thomas S 315 102 

Robertson, Miss Julia Johnston 171 71 

Robertson, Mrs. Sawnie 98 56 

Robertson, Mrs. Thomas C 340 107 

Robinson, Mrs. Harry S 265 90 

Robinson, Miss Leone 235 85 

Rodman, Miss Lida Tunstall 336 106 

Rose, Mrs. John D 147 66 

Ross, Mrs. F. H. E 367 112 

-j-RossER, Mrs. E. B 356 1 10 

Rountree, Mrs. George 25 39 

*ScHLEY, Mrs. John T 387 117 

-j-ScoGGiN, Mrs. J. Palmer 430 125 

-j-Settle, Mrs. Thomas i 33 

Shannon, Mrs. William Oscar 175 ^2 

*Sh AW, Mrs. William BoRNTON 372 114 

Shaw, Mrs. W. M 507 140 

•j-Shephard, Mrs. Charles E 250 87 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 



231 



NO. IN 80C. PAGE. 

Sholar, Mrs. Edward H 402 1 19 

*Short, Mrs. Henry B 4 34 

Short, Miss Marguerite Ashley 518 143 

Shuford, Mrs. Augusta Reese 255 89 

*Skelding, Mrs. Arthur B 130 62 

Skinner, Mrs, Harry 35 41 

Smith, Mrs. Algernon 428 124 

:}:Smith, Mrs. Charles Jordan 231 84 

Smith, Mrs. F. P 414 121 

Smith, Mrs. Herbert 42 43 

Smith, Mrs. Howard F 202 'jy 

Smith, Mrs. James Ravenel 208 79 

Smith, Mrs. Robert F 309 100 

Snedecor, Mrs. James George 349 109 

Solomon, Mrs. Josiah B 145 66 

Speer, Miss Maud Emory 516 142 

Speight, Mrs. J. R 500 139 

Springs, Mrs. Brevard Davidson 178 73 

*Spruill, Mrs. Charles W 156 68 

Spruill, Mrs. Frank Shepherd 254 88 

Sprunt, Mrs. James 107 57 

Stanly, Mrs. Jasper W 502 139 

Starling, Mrs. Henry W 452 129 

Stearns, Mrs. Walter M 399 1 19 

j- Stephens, Mrs. George 198 jy 

Stephenson, Mrs. Columbus Benjamin. 230 84 

Stevens, Mrs. Frank Lincoln 316 102 

•j- Stewart, Mrs. Andrew 234 84 

Stickney, Mrs. Charles S 165 70 

Stitt, Mrs. Edward W 450 129 

Stollemerck, Mrs. Alphonse 126 61 

Storm, Mrs. Walter E 47 44 

Strange, Mrs. Robert 69 49 

Strange, Mrs. Thomas Wright 325 104 

Street, Mrs. Jabez Curry 413 121 

Summers, Mrs. Charles L /\\\ 127 



232 society of colonial dames 

Taliaferro, Mrs. Walter Robertson ... 

Tate, Mrs. Samuel 

Taylor, Mrs. Charles E., Jr 

Taylor, Mrs. Jaquelin 

Taylor, Mrs. Walker 

Terrell, Mrs. Henry 

Thomas, Mrs. George G 

Thomas, Mrs. James J 

Thomas, Mrs. John T , 

Thomas, Mrs. J. G 

Thompson, Mrs. Alfred , 

Thorpe, Mrs. William 

Tillman, Mrs. Martha Washington. . . 
•j-gToNER, Mrs. Henry John , 

ToNEY, Miss Camilla Wilworth , 

Trimble, Mrs. N. W 

§TuLL, Mrs. J. M 

TuppER, Mrs. Allen , 

Van Hoose, Mrs. George Wolsey 

Van Landingham, Mrs. John H , 

Van Landingham, Mrs. Ralph 

♦Vaughan, Mrs. George Washington. . . , 

■j- Waddell, Mrs. Alfred Moore 

Waddell, Miss Elizabeth Savage 

Walker, Mrs. Amos J 

* Walker, Mrs. Platt D 

Wall, Mrs. William L , 

Walton, Mrs. Waldo W 

Waring, Mrs. Clark 

Waring, Mrs. Joseph H 

Washington, Miss Rebecca 

Watkins, Mrs. Warren B 

Watkins, Mrs. William T 

Watters, Mrs. John S 

Weatherby, Mrs. C. E 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS 233 

NO. IN SOC. PAGE. 

Weaver, Miss Rosamond Pettus 128 62 

■j-Webb, Mrs. John S 55 45 

Weddell, Mrs. John 403 1 19 

•j- Welles, Mrs. Thomas Shepard 58 46 

*Whedbee, Mrs. Charles 300 98 

:}:*Whitaker, Mrs. Spier 44 43 

Whitfield, Mrs. Rolling 488 136 

§Whitfield, Miss Emma Morehead 199 jj 

•|-*WiLBURN, Mrs. Mary Stringfield 238 85 

Wiley, Miss Mary Callum 206 78 

•j-WiLLETT, Mrs. William T 328 104 

Williams, Mrs. D. Shelby 163 70 

Williams, Mrs. M. McD 459 130 

Williams, Miss Sophia Lyons 456 130 

Williams, Mrs. William Arthur 14 36 

Williamson, Mrs. James Walter 461 131 

Wilson, Mrs. Peter M 48 44 

Wilson, Mrs. William Blackburn 185 74 

Winn, Mrs. Norman G 110 58 

§ Winston, Mrs. George Tayloe 200 yj 

Winter, Mrs. John Gindrat 422 123 

Wise, Mrs. Jessie Kenan 473 133 

*WiTHERS, Mrs. William Alphonso 207 79 

Wood, Mrs. Frank 424 124 

Wood, Miss Jean Dalziel 377 115 

Woodruff, Mrs. Carle A 140 65 

Woolf, Mrs. Samuel G 102 56 

WoRTHAM, Mrs. Louis J 257 89 

:}: Wright, Mrs. Brooke Maynard 274 92 

Wright, Mrs. Thomas H 146 66 

Wright, Mrs. William Richard 499 139 

Wyatt, Mrs. Conway C 205 78 

Young, Mrs. Robert Simonton 343 107 

Young, Mrs. William Hamilton 348 108 

ZoLLicoFFER, Mrs. A. C 350 109