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REGISTER 



OF THE 



Society ot Colonial Mars 



IN THE 



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ORGANIZED IN ST. LOUIS, MO., NOVEMBER 22, 1894. 



1904-1906. 



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OKKICKRS 

OF THE 

General Society of Colonial Wars. 

1906. 



(BoDernor (Benerof. 

ARTHUR J. C. SOWDON. Boston. Mass. 

QOtcescBoDernor (Beneraf. 

HOVVLAND PELL, New York City. 

©c^ufg (BotjeniorB (Beneraf. 

New York WALTER LISPENARD SUYDAM New York City. 

Pennsylvania. . . . RICHARD McCALL CADWAL.^DER Philadelphia. 

Maryland Hon. HENRY STOCKBRIDGE 

Massachusetts . . . Rev. CHARLES L. HUTCHINS. D. D . . . .Concord. 

\ Connecticut .... BELA PECK LEARNED Norwich. > 

^Districtof Columbia.THOMASHYDE Washington./ 

New Jersey . . . . JOEL FRANCLS FREEMAN Morristown. 

Virginia Hon. RICH ARD THOS. WALKER DUKE. Jr. Charlottesville. 

New Hampshire . . Prof. CHARLES LATHROP PARSONS . . . .Durham. 

Vermont ROBERT NOBLE Burlington. 

Illinois JOHN SMITH SARGENT Chicago. 

Missouri Hon. JOHN BARBER WHITE Kansas City. 

Ohio MICHAEL MYERS SHOEMAKER Cincinnati. 

Nebraska Hon. JULIUS STERLING MORTON Nebraska City. 

Minnesota Gen. JAMES FRANKLIN WADE, U. S. A. . . St. Paul. 

Kentucky Hon. DANIEL LINN GOOCH Covington. 

California Hon. FRANK P. FLINT. U. S. Senate Washington. D. C. 

Colorado FRANK TRUMBULL Denver. 

Iowa JUDSON KEITH DEMING Dubuque. 

Georgia lOHN AVERY GORE CARSON Savannah. 

Michigan THEODORE H. EATON Detroit. 

Wisconsin WYMAN KNEELAND FLINT Milwaukee. 

Delaware WILLIAM ALEXANDER LaMOTTE Wilmington. 

Rhode Island. . . . GEORGE CORLIS NIGHTINGALE Providence. 

Washington .... J. KENNEDY STOUT Spokane. 

Maine FRITZ HERMANN JORDAN Portland. 

Indiana Prof. ALEXANDER FREDERICK FLEET . .Culver. 

^ecrefarg (Beneraf. 

SAMUEL V. HOFFMAN. 45 William St.. New York City. 

©e^jufg ^ecrefarg (Beneraf. 

GUY VanAMRINGE. New York City. 

treasurer (Beneraf. 

WILLIAM MacPHERSON HORNOR. Bryn Mawr. Pa. 

®e|)ufg ^reaBurer (Betierof. 

DAVID LEWIS, Philadelphia. Pa. 

(^egiefrar (Beneraf. 

GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE. 1808 Park Ave., Baltimore. Md. 

l^tB^ortan (Beneraf. 

THOMAS PAGE GRANT. M. D., Louisville. Ky. 

C3a^fatn (Beneraf. 

Rt. Rev. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, D. D.. Boston, Mass. 

^urgeon (Beneraf. 

JAMES GREGORY MUNFORD, M. D., Boston. Mass. 

C;3ft«ceffor (Beneraf. 

Prof. THEODORE S. WOOLSEY. New Haven. Conn. 



OFKICERS 

OF THE 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

IN THE 

State of fllMssouri. 

Elected November 19, 1906. 
(Bouernoir. 

Dr. HORATIO NELSON SPENGER. M. D.. LL. D., St. Louis. 

®e^)ufg (BoDernor. 

*GEORGE AMOS NEWCOMB, St. Louis. 

feieufenonf (BoDetnor. 

Col. JAMES HAMILTON McCORD, N. G. M., St. Joseph. 

©e^mfg (Bouernor to (Benetaf ^octefg. 

Hon. JOHN BARBER WHITE, Kansas City. 

^ecrefarg. 

HOBART BRINSMADE. mo Washington Ave., St. Louis. 

©e^jufg ^ecrefarg. 

MALCOMB MACBETH, St. Louis. 

treasurer. 

GEORGE TURNER PARKER, 
Southeast Corner Broadway and Locust Street, St. Louis. 

(KegiBfirar. 

HENRY CABLE, Bethany, Mo. 

%xBiox'vxn. 

JAMES THOMAS SANDS, St. Louis. 

Rt. Rev. DANIEL SYLVESTER TUTTLE, D. D., LL. D.. 
Bishop of Missouri, St. Louis. 

(Benffemen of i^t (C!'0\x\\cxi. 

Dr. HORATIO NELSON SPENCER, Prof. EDWARD MARTIN SHEPARD. 

♦GEORGE AMOS NEWCOMB. CHARLES McINTOSH CUTHBERT. 

Col. JAMES HAMILTON McCORD. Capt. ROBERT McCULI.OCH. 

HOBART BRINSMADE. WALLACE DELAFIFLD. 

GEORGE TURNER PARKER. WILLIAM BRADFORD HOMER. 

HENRY CADLE, EDWARD BLISS WILDER. 

HENRY PURKITT WYMAN. WILLIAM POTTS KENNETT. 

Hon. SELDEN PALMER SPENCER. RICHARD AYLETT BARRET. 

©efegofeB fo i^ (Beneraf ^ociefg. 

CHARLES EDWARD SHARP. GEORGE KIMBALL SMITH. 

SAMUEL BOYD BALL. LAURENCE LEMPRIERE PRINCE. 

JACOB CRAIG VAN BLARCOM. 

(^fternafes. 

VALENTINE MOTT PORTER. HENRY HEBER DENISON. 
PATRICK HENRY AYLETT. ORLANDO POWERS BLOSS. 

CHARLES EDWARD GREEN. 

(J^ommiffee on %iBionc<K^ ©ocumenfB. 

SAMUEL DREW WINTER. STOUGHTON WALKER. 

CHARLES FRANCIS CADLE. LAUREN CHASE EASTMAN. 

JOHN CHESTER BARROWS. 

Commiifee on (WlemBetB^i^). 

HOBART BRINSMADE, ARTHUR SAMUEL PARTRIDGE. 

WILLI AM HENRY GREGG, Jr. JOHN CROCKER FOOTE, 

* Deceased. 



CHARTER MEMBERS 

SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI, 



State Society 
No. 



General Society 

No. 



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2 
3 

4 

5 

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7 
t 8 

9 

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II 

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Henry Cadle 

Alexander Frederick Fleet 
James Thomas Sands .... 
CuRTiss Crane Gardiner . . 
Henry Purkitt Wyman . . 
Charles Hadley Wyman . . 
Lauren Chase Eastman . . 
EsEK Steere Ballord . . . 

John Green 

Clarence Conde Obear . . 

Frank Obear . 

John Scott Carter .... 



38s 

402 
752 
753 
754 
755 
756 
757 
758 

759 
760 
761 



tMembership has ceased, 
*Deceased. 



BY -LAWS 



OF THE 



MISSOURI SOCIETY. 



NAME. 



This organization shall be known as the Society of Colonial 
Wars in the State of Missouri, and is a part of the General Society 
of Colonial Wars, and its headquarters shall be in the City of St. 
Louis, Missouri. 

OFFICERS. 

II. — The officers of the Society, to be elected annually from 
the members of the Society, shall be a Governor, a Deputy- 
Governor, a Lieutenant-Governor, a Secretary, a Deputy-Secre- 
tary, a Treasurer, a Registrar, an Historian, and a Chaplain. 
These officers, excepting the Historian, Deputy-Secretary and 
Chaplain, shall be ex-officio members of the Council ; and in 
addition the Council shall be composed of nine other persons. 

FEES AND DUES. 

III. — The initiation fee shall be five dollars. The annual dues, 
payable on or before January ist of each year, shall be five dollars. 
The payment at one time of $75 shall constitute life membership, 
and shall exempt the member so paying from annual dues. 

QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. 

IV. — Any male person above the age of twenty-one years, of 
good moral character and reputation, shall be eligible to member- 
ship in this Society, who is lineally descended in the male or 
female line from an ancestor : 

(i) Who served as a military or naval officer, or as a soldier, 
sailor or marine, or as a privateersman under authority of the 



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Colonies which afterward formed the United States, or in the 
forces of Great Britain which participated with those of the 
said Colonies in any wars in which the said Colonies were 
engaged, or in which they enrolled men, from the settlement of 
Jamestown, May 13th, 1607, to the battle of Lexington, April 
19th, 1775; or 

(2) Who held office in any of the Colonies between the dates 
above mentioned, either as 

(a) Director-General, Vice-Director-General or member of the 
Council or legislative body in the Colony of New Netherlands ; 

(b) Governor, Lieutenant or Deputy-Governor, Lord Pro- 
prietor, member of the King's or Governor's Council or legislative 
body in the Colonies of New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware ; 

(c) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy-Governor, or member 
of the Council or of the legislative body in Maryland and the 
Carolinas ; 

(d) Governor, Deputy-Governor, Governor's Assistant or Com- 
missioner to the United Colonies of New England, or member of 
the Council, body of Assistants or legislative body in any of the 
New England Colonies. 

ELECTION OF MEMBERS. 

V. — Members shall be elected as follows: A candidate must 
be proposed by one member of the Society and seconded by 
another. The candidate, or his proposers, shall send his name 
and documents or other proof of qualifications to the Secretary, 
who shall transmit them to the Membership Committee. The 
Committee shall carefully investigate the same. If the candidate 
be a resident within the jurisdiction of another State Society, the 
said Committee shall, through the Secretary, obtain the consent 
of the Council of such State Society before making favorable 
report. Upon favorable report by the Committee, the Council of 
this Society may elect him by ballot. 

A candidate receiving two negative votes shall fail of election. 

Payment of the initiation fees and dues shall be a prerequisite 
of membership. 



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GOVERNOR. 

VI. — The Governor, or in his absence the Deputy-Governor or 
Lieutenant-Governor, or in their absence a chairman pro tern., 
shall exercise the duties of presiding officer at all meetings of the 
Society, under the usual rules of parliamentary laws, subject to 
an appeal to the Society. He shall have pov^^er to convene the 
Council at his discretion or upon the w^ritten request of tv^o 
members of the Council, or upon the like request of five members 
of the Society. 

SECRETARY. 

VII. — The Secretary shall conduct the general correspondence 
of the Society and keep a record thereof. He shall notify all 
elected candidates of their admission, and perform such other 
duties as the Society or his office may require. He shall have 
charge of the seal, by-laws, historical and other documents and 
records of the Society, other than those required to be deposited 
with the Registrar, and shall affix the seal to all properly authenti- 
cated certificates of membership, and transmit the same to the 
members to whom they may be issued. He shall notify the 
Registrar of all admissions to membership. He shall certify all 
acts of the Society, and, when required, authenticate them under 
seal. He shall have charge of printing and publications issued 
by the Society. He shall give due notice of the time and place 
of the holding of all Courts of the Society and of the Council. 
He shall keep fair and accurate records, of all the proceedings 
and orders of the Society and of the Council, and shall give notice 
to each officer who may be affected by them of all votes, resolu- 
tions and proceedings of the Society or of the Council, and at the 
General Court, or oftener ; shall report the names of those candi- 
dates who have been admitted to membership and those whose 
resignations have been accepted, and of those members who have 
been expelled. In his absence from any meeting, the Deputy- 
Secretary shall act, or a Secretary pro tem. may be designated 
therefor. 



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TREASURER. 

VIII. — The Treasurer shall collect and keep the funds and 
securities of the Society, and as often as those funds shall amount 
to Fifty Dollars, they shall be deposited in some bank in the 
City of St. Louis, which shall be designated by the Council, to 
the credit of the Society of Colonial Wars, in the State of Mis- 
souri, and such funds shall be drawn thence on the checks of the 
Treasurer for the purpose of the Society only. Out of these 
funds he shall pay such sums only as may be ordered by the 
Society or Council, or his office may require. He shall keep a 
true account of his receipts and payments, and at each annual 
meeting render the same to the Society. For the faithful per- 
formance of his duty, he may be required to give such security 
as the Society may deem proper. 

REGISTRAR. 

IX. — The Registrar shall receive from the Society and file all 
the proofs upon which membership has been granted, with a list 
of all diplomas countersigned by him, and all documents which 
the Society may obtain, and he, under the direction of the Council, 
shall make copies of such papers as the owners may not be willing 
to leave in the keeping of the Society. 

HISTORIAN. 

X. — ^The Historian shall keep a detailed record of all historical 
and commemoration celebrations of the Society. And he shall 
edit and prepare for pubHcation such historical addresses, papers 
and other documents as the Society may see fit to publish. Also 
a necrological list of each year, and biographies of deceased 
members. 

CHAPLAIN. 

XL — The Chaplain shall be an ordained minister of a Christian 
Church, and it shall be his duty to officiate when called upon by 
the proper officers. 



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THE COUNCIL. 

XII. — The Council shall meet as often as required, or at the 
call of the Governor, or at the call of the Secretary, or at the 
written request of two of its members. Three shall be a quorum 
for the transaction of business. They shall have control and 
management of the affairs and funds of the Society. They may 
accept the resignation of any member of the Society. At the 
General Court, they shall submit to the Society a report of their 
proceedings during the past year. The Council shall have the 
power to drop from the roll the name of any members of the 
Society who shall be at least two years in arrears, and shall fail 
on proper notice to pay the same within sixty days, and on being 
dropped his membership shall cease ; but he may be restored to 
membership at any time by the Council upon his written applica- 
tion, and the payment of all such arrears from the date when 
he was dropped to the date of his restoration. The Council may 
suspend any officer for cause, which must be reported to the 
Society, and action taken on the same within sixty days. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP. 

XIII. — The Committee on Membership shall consist of five 
members. They shall be chosen by ballot at the General Court 
of the Society, and shall be elected for a period of one year. 
Three members shall constitute a quorum, and a negative vote 
of two members shall cause an adverse report to the Council on 
the candidate's application. A candidate who has been rejected 
by the Council shall be ineligible for membership for a space of 
one year from date of rejection, except upon the unanimous vote 
of the Committee. 

The Committee shall have power to make by-laws for its gov- 
ernment, not inconsistent with the constitution or by-laws of the 
Society. 

RESIGNATION. 

XIV. — No resignation of any member shall become effective 
unless consented to by the Council. 



14 ^ocietj? of Cofoniaf ^axB. 



DISQUALIFICATION. 

XV. — No person who may be enrolled as a member of this 
Society shall be permitted to continue in membership when his 
proofs of descent or eligibility shall be found to be defective. The 
Council, after thirty days' notice to such person to substantiate 
his claim, and upon his failure satisfactorily so to do, may require 
the Secretary to erase his name from the membership list. The 
said person shall have a right to appeal to the Society at its next 
Court or at the General Court. If the said appeal be sustained by 
a two-thirds vote of the members present at such Court, the said 
person's name shall be restored to said membership list. 



EXPULSION OR SUSPENSION. 

XVI. — Any member, for cause or conduct detrimental or antag- 
onistic to the interest or purposes of the Society, or for just cause, 
may be suspended or expelled from the Society ; but no member 
shall be expelled or suspended unless written charges be presented 
against such member to the Council. The Council shall give 
reasonable notice of such charges and afford such member reason- 
able opportunity to be heard and refute the same. The Council, 
after hearing such charges, may recommend to the Society the 
expulsion or suspension of such member, and if the recommenda- 
tion of the Council be adopted by a majority vote of the members 
of the Society present at such Court, he shall be so expelled or 
suspended, and the insignia of said member shall thereupon be 
returned to the Treasurer of the Society, and his rights therein 
shall be extinguished or suspended. The Treasurer shall refund 
to the said member the amount paid for the said insignia. 

Special Courts may be called by the Governor at such times 
as in his opinion the interests of the Society may demand, and 
must be called by the Secretary on the written request of three 
members. All notices of meetings shall be sent out at least six 
days before the date of the meeting. 



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SERVICE OF NOTICE. 

XVII. — It shall be the duty of every member to inform the 
Secretary of any change in his place of residence and of his post- 
office address. 

CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP. 

XVIII. — Members may receive a certificate of membership, 
which shall be signed by the Governor, Secretary and Registrar. 

ALTERATION OR AMENDMENT. 

XIX. — No alteration or amendment of the by-laws shall be 
made unless notice shall have been duly given in writing, signed 
by the member proposing the same, at a Court of the Society. 

The Secretary shall send a printed copy of the proposed amend- 
ment to the members of the Society, and state the Court at which 
the same will be voted upon. No amendment or alteration shall 
be made unless adopted by a two-thirds vote of the members 
present at the Court voting upon the same. 



ANNIVERSARY. 



The Society will meet annually in General Court and will hold 
a banquet on October loth. This date is selected because it com- 
memorates two most important events in Colonial history. 

First — The occupation of Fort Chartres by English troops, 
October loth, 1765. By the Treaty of Paris, concluded February 
loth, 1763, was settled for all time the question which had been in 
doubt for a century — whether French or English civilization and 
rule should shape the destinies of this continent. By this treaty 
Canada and that portion of Louisiana between the Alleghenies and 
the Mississippi were ceded by the French and came into possession 
of Great Britain. Capt. Thomas Stirling, with a company of the 
426. Highlanders, came down the Ohio in boats from Fort Pitt 
(now Pittsburg), arriving early in October, 1765. On the tenth 
day of that month he relieved the French commander of Fort 
Chartres, St. Ange, who for some months had been under orders 
to give up the fort whenever a force of British came to relieve 
him. These were the first English troops who ever set foot in the 
Illinois country. Fort Chartres, built by the French in 1720, was 
in its time the strongest fortress in America. Its ruins are on 
the left bank of the Mississippi River, in Randolph County, 111., 
fifty miles south of St. Louis and sixteen miles northwest of 
Kaskaskia. 

Second — On October loth, 1774, occurred the Battle of Point 
Pleasant, at the junction of the Kanawha with the Ohio River. 
This was a most important battle, and the complete victory over 
the Indians under Cornstalk put an end to their assaults upon 
our frontiers. 

Both these events were important Colonial footsteps in the 
direction of the West, and hence it seems most appropriate that 
this day should be selected as the anniversary of the first Society 
formed west of the Allesfhenies. 



INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS AND MEMBERS. 



Family tradition will not be accepted by the Society for proof 
of ancestor's service. 

No original or supplemental application will be accepted by the 
Society that is not complete in the following particulars : 

1. Containing a reference for each act of service of ancestor. 

2. No cyclopaedias or genealogical works to be accepted as 
authority for service of ancestor, but reference required to doc- 
umentary records of the various Colonies, published Archives, 
histories of established reputation, and recognized works of local 
historical accuracy. 

3. Proceedings of Congress as well as the proceedings of the 
Conventions, Assemblies and Councils of the various Colonies. 

4. The pagination of reference in all cases to be required and 
verified. 

5. Reference to original documents to be supported by such 
documents, together with two type-written copies thereof, the 
original to be returned to the applicant after verification of copies 
in the office of the Registrar. 

6. All applications must be endorsed by two members of the 
Society. 

The State Society publishes a Register, containing the name 
and ancestor's service of the members of the Missouri Society, 
and publishes, free of charge, all supplemejital applications. One 
copy of this book is furnished every member free. Extra copies 
can be had for $2.00 each. 

The rosette to be worn in the upper button-hole of left lapel 
of the coat may be had of the Treasurer, George T. Parker, south- 
east corner Broadway and Locust, St. Louis, at a cost of 25 cents. 

The insignia, in gold, costing $22.00, or in silver gilt at $12.00, 
may be ordered through the Registrar. It is optional with mem- 
bers whether they purchase the rosette or insignia. 



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The General Society issues a Diploma Certificate of Member- 
ship, engrossed on heavy parchment, with the signatures of the 
officers of the General Society and State Society attached. This 
Diploma is a fine work of art. It is optional with members 
whether they purchase the same. If desired, it must be ordered 
through the Registrar of the State Society, and costs $7.75 framed, 
and express charges to be added from New York to destination. 

SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATIONS. 

When descent can be shown from more than one ancestor as 
described, supplemental applications may be filed — one for each 
additional line of descent. 

FEES. 

The membership fee is $5, and the annual dues $5, which sums 
must accompany the application. 

The General Society also requires a fee of fifty cents for filing 
every supplemental application, which sum must accompany the 
same. 

Blank applications and any information concerning the Society 
can be had by addressing the Secretary. 

HOBART BrINSMADE, 

mo Washington Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 




FIcig of tiTE Sacirtr of CCoIontnl ^TJars 
3ln tlic State of Hllissouri. 






IRoU ot flibembers. 



ROLL OF MEMBERS. 



State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

98. ADAMS, FREDERICK COSSETTE, Kansas City 2826 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Adams (1652-1713). 
Served under Maj. Willard in King Philip's War. Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1699, 1702, 
1703. 
Seventh in descent from George Adams (....-1696). 
Served in Capt. Joseph Syll's Company, King Philip's 
War. • 

Seventh in descent from John Case (. . . .-1704). Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1670-74, 1675-91 

Eighth in descent from John Bissell, Sr. (1591-1677) 
Windsor, Conn. Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1648, et seq. One of a troop of thirty horse 
the first in the colony under Capt, John Mason, 1657-58 
Soldier in King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold (1607-1690) 
Built "Old Fort," Springfield. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, from Windsor and Killingworth 
1656 et seq. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott, Sr. (1578-1655) 
Deputy, 1639. Magistrate to Assistant Governor, 1643- 
1655- 

Eighth in descent from William Spencer (....-1640). 
Lieutenant of Newtown, 1636. Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1638. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1639-40. 

Eighth in descent from William Gaylord, Sr. (1585- 
1673), Windsor, Conn. Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1635 ^t seq. Deputy to 
General Court of Connecticut, 1639, forty-one times. 



22 ^octetg of Cofontdf ^TarB. 

State General 

SociExy No, Society JNo. 

Eighth in descent from Maj. Aaron Cooke (1610-1690), 
Westfield, Mass. Major of Hartford Troop, 1658. 
Deputy, 1668. Ensign, 1676. Captain of the Garrison 
in King PhiHp's War. 

Seventh in descent from Moses Cooke (1645-1676). 
Killed in King Philip's War at Westfield, 1676. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Ford (. . . .-1676). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1638, et seq. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Newberry (...,-1635). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony, 1634-1635. 

Eighth in descent from Daniel Clark (1622-1710). Lieu- 
tenant 1st Troop, under Capt. John Mason, 1657- 
1658. Captain, 1664-1680. Secretary Colony of Con- 
necticut, 1658-1663. Deputy to the General Court, 1656- 
166 1. Magistrate, 1662- 1664. 

Eighth in descent from William Phelps (1599- 1672). 
One of eight commissioners appointed by the Bay 
Colony, March 3rd, 1636, to govern the people of Con- 
necticut. Governor's Assistant, 1636-42-58-62, and 
member of Council, 1637. Pequot War. 

Eighth in descent from Deacon John Moore ( . . . .-1677). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1653, six 
sessions, 1661-62-65, et seq. 

Seventh in descent from Joshua Holcomb (1640-1695). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut from the 
town of Simsbury, 1670-71-90. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Barnes (....-1689), 
Farmington Conn. In Pequot War, 1637. Sergeant, 
1651. 

Sixth in descent from James Eno (1651-1714). Sol- 
dier in King Philip's War in the Great Swamp Fight. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Sherwood (1585- 1655). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1640. 



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State General 

Society No. Society Wo. 

Eighth ill descent from Deacon Paul Peck (1608-1695). 

Member of Plymouth Colony Militia, 1643-45. 
Fifth in descent from Lieut. William Eno (1684-1763). 

Lieutenant of Simsbury, Connecticut, Train Band, 

1726. 
Fifth in descent from Capt. John Lewis (1694-1777). 

Commissioned Captain of the 3rd Company, Simsbury, 

Connecticut, Train band. May, 1736. 
Seventh in descent from Sergt. Job Drake (1630-1689), 

Windsor, Connecticut. Sergeant in Militia. 
Seventh in descent from Michael Humphrey (....- 

1695). In Windsor Dragoons, 1667. Deputy from 

Simsbury, Connecticut, 1670. In service at Windsor, 

1675-76. 

64. ATWILL, JAMES WILLIAM, St Joseph 1769 

Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill (1702-1778). 
Member of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, 
1774. 

130. AYLETT, PATRICK HENRY, St. Louis 3436 

Ninth in descent from Governor John West (1590-1659). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1629-30. 
President of the Council and Captain-General. Gov- 
ernor of Virginia, 1635-37, Mustermaster-General of 
Virginia, 1641. 

135. BAKER, WILLIAM STREET, St. Louis 3421 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. John Baker (1703-1760), 
Woodbury, Connecticut. Ensign, 1741. Lieutenant of 
Train Band, 1743. 

147. BALL, SAMUEL BOYD, St. Louis 3797 

Sixth in descent from Maj. Edward Dorsey (. . . .-1705). 
Justice Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Associate 
Judge of High Court of Chancery, 1694-96. Burgess, 
1 692-97- 1 700- 1 705. Commissioned Major of Militia, 
1694. 



24 ^octet^ of Cofontaf ^dxB. 

State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Seventh in descent from Ma j. -Gen. John Hammond 
(. . . .-1707). Colonel Forces of Anne Arundel Comity, 
Maryland, 1699. Member House of Burgesses, 1692. 
Major-General of Western Shore. Member of Council 
and Judge of High Court of Admiralty. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut.-Col. Henry Ridgely 
(....-1708). Member of M^aryland Assembly, 1692. 
Member of Governor's Council, Major and Colonel of 
Militia, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Commis- 
sioner, 1683. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1694-99. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. John Worthington (1650- 
1701). Justice Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 
1692. Member of House of Burgesses, 1699. Captain 
of the County Militia. 

17. BARRET, RICHARD AYLETT, Ph. D., St. Louis 766 

Third in descent from William Winston (1737-1799), a 
Lieutenant in the Virginia Troops, in French and 
Indian Wars. 

Fifth in descent from William Aylett (1697-1760), Bur- 
gess, King William County, Virginia, 1723-26. 

Sixth in descent from Mordecai Cooke, Member Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1696, 1702, 1714. 

Sixth in descent from Henry Corbin, Member of the 
Council of Virginia, 1663. 

Fifth in descent from Peter Presley, Burgess, Northum- 
berland County, Virginia, 171 1, '12, '15, '18, '19, '23, 
'26, '36, '44, '45. 

Sixth in descent from William Presley (1621-1669). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1647. 

Seventh in descent from Charles Barret (1565-1634). 
Lord Proprietor of New Albion, New Jersey, Staten 
Island, and Long Island, 1634. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Lewis (1704-1765). Mem- 
ber of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1744. 




CHARLES BARRET, 

Lord Proprietor of New Albion, New Jersey, Staten Island and Long Island. 

Contributed by Richard Aylett Barret, St. Louis. 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Seventh in descent from Col. Augustine Warner, Jr. 
(1642-1681). Speaker of the Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses, 1675, '^^7^j '^^77- 

Ninth in descent from Nicholas Martian (1591-1657). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1623, 
1631, 1632, 1633. 

Sixth in descent from Col. John Lewis (1669-1725). Was 
for a number of years a member of the Virginia 
Council. 

Eighth in descent from Col. Augustine Warner, Sr. 
(1610-1674). Member of the Virginia House of Bur- 
gesses for York County, 1652, and for Gloucester 
County, 1658. A member of the Council, 1659, until 
his death in 1674. 

Eighth in descent from Col. George Reade (. . . .-1671). 
Appointed Secretary of State pro tem. of Virginia, 
1640. Was of the Council, a member of the Virginia 
House of Burgesses from James City County, 1649, 
and again in 1656, and remained a member of that body 
until his death, 1671. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Nicholas Merriwether (1680- 
1744). Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses 
for New Kent County, 17 10- 16, and for Hanover 
County, 1743. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Philip bightfoot (1689-1748). 

Member of Royal Council of Virginia, i733-'47. 
Sixth in descent from Griffin Fauntleroy (1660-1735). 

Colonel Northumberland County, Virginia, Militia. 
Sixth in descent from James Maddison, Sr. (....-....). 

Colonel Spottsylvania County, Virginia, Militia. 

Fourth in descent from Mordacai Buckner (1736-1799). 
Commissioned Lieutenant Virginia Militia, June 29, 
1756. 



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State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Buckner (1660-1735). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses for York 
County, 1698-99. 

Fifth in descent from John Buckner (17001765). Mem- 
ber of the Virginia House of Burgesses for York 
County, 1736. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Leroy Griffin (1646-....). 
Justice of Rappahannock, 1680, and Colonel of Militia. 

Seventh in descent from William Barret (1623-1700). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses from 
James City County, 1644, '46, '49. 

Fourth in descent from William Daingerfield. Lieutenant 
of the Virginia Militia, 1754-57. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Barret (1600-1665). 
During and after the Massacre by the Indians of Vir- 
ginia, 1622. Sergeant in the London Company Guards 
or Train Band. 

Sixth in descent from John Buckner (1630- 1699). Bur- 
gess for Gloucester County, Virginia, 1682. 

151. BARROWS, JOHN CHESTER, St. Louis 3970 

Seventh in descent from Capt. John Stanley (1624-1706). 
Sergeant, 1669. Ensign, 1674. Lieutenant, 1675. Cap- 
tain, 1676. Hartford County Militia in King Philip's 
War. 

109. BELL, NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY, St. Louis 3057 

Fourth in descent from William Bell, Sr. (....-....). 
In the company of Foot, Newtown, Buck's County, 
Pennsylvania Forces, 1756. 

no. BLACKWELL, SIDNEY SMITH, St. Louis 3058 

Fifth in. descent from Robert Blackwell (1717-1780). 
Captain and Colonel Newtown, New York, Militia, 
French and Indian Wars. 




BKIG.-GEN. JAMES REED. 
Contributed by Orlando Powers Bloss. Kansas City. 



27 



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State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

63. BLOCK, HARRY LEACH, St. Louis 1768 

Fifth in descent from Dr. Thomas Walker (171 5-1 794), 
Adjutant to the Frontier Counties of Virginia, 1754. 
Served in the expedition to the Ohio against the 
French. Was at Braddock's defeat. Member of the 
House of Burgesses. 

61. BLOSS, ORLANDO POWERS, Kansas City 1535 

Sixth in descent from Exercise Conant (1637-1722). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts for Bev- 
erly, 1682, '83, '84. 
Seventh in descent from Roger Conant (1592-1679). 
Governor of the Massachusetts Colony at Cape Ann, 
1625-1626, and Salem, 1627-29. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1634. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Crane (1658-. . . .). En- 
sign and Lieutenant of the Train Band of Windham, 
Connecticut, 1695, ^7^3- Deputy to the General Court, 
1707, '09, 'II, '13, '14, '17, '21, '22. 

Ninth in descent from Edmund Rice (1594-1663). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Massachusetts, from Sud- 
bury, 1640. 

Eighth in descent from Edmund Bloss (1587-1681). Ser- 
geant in Massachusetts Troops, 1656-64. 

Seventh in descent from John Wilder, Lancaster, Massa- 
chusetts. Lieutenant in the Train Band, 1675. 

Seventh in descent from Josiah White. Served under Maj. 
Simon Willard, 1675, in King Philip's War, and Ser- 
geant in the Train Band, 1704; his house in Lancas- 
ter, Massachusetts, being used as a garrison house. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Rice (....-1681). A 
soldier in King Philip's War in 1675, ^^^ commanded a 
garrison at Marlboro, 1675. Llis house was designated 
as a garrison. 



28 ^ocietj? of Cofomaf ^<xxb. 

State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Eiglith in descent from James Cutler (1606-1694). A 
soldier in King Philip's War. Member of Lexington 
Military Company. 

Eighth in descent from John Moore (....-1702), Sud- 
bury and Lancaster, Massachusetts. Sergeant, 1670. 
Ensign, 1689. In garrison, 1676, et seq. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1689-90. 

Sixth in descent from John Winter (1634-1690). A sol- 
dier in King Philip's War, serving under Capt. Hench- 
man and Capt. Thomas Brattle. 

Eighth in descent from John Hammond (1624-1709). Li 
Garrison at Wrentham, Massachusetts, November 20, 
1675, King Philip's War. Corporal, Ensign, Cornet 
and Lieutenant in Massachusetts Colonial Forces. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Farnsworth, Jr. (1649- 
....). Served in King Philip's War under Maj. Simon 
Willard, i675-'76. Was assigned to the Farnsworth 
Garrison, March 17, 1692, for defense against the 
Indians. 

Seventh in descent from Francis Griswold (1632-1671), 
Norwich, Connecticut. Lieutenant Train Band, 1665- 
1666. Deputy to the General Court, 1664-68-71. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Walker (1656-1735). 
In Capt. Samuel Moseley's Company, Narragansett 
Campaign. 

Seventh in descent from Ephraim Cutter (1651-....), 
Watertown, Massachusetts. Served under Maj. Sam- 
uel Appleton, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Cutter (1621-1693). 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1643. Leader and Officer of Militia at Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Hastings (1605-1685). 
Served under Capt. Richard Beers, also under Capt. 











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With three fac-similes of Lieut. John's signature. 

From genealogy of Samborne or Sanborn family in England and America. 

Contributed by Henry Cadle, Bethany. 



(goff of (BXemfiere. 29 

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Society No. Society No. 

Samuel Appleton in King Philip's War. Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts, 1673. 

Fifth in descent from James Reed (1724-1807). Cap- 
tain in 1756 from Lunenburg, Massachusetts, serving 
under Col. Blanchard in Sir William Blanchard's Army. 
Captain in Col. Ruggle's Regiment, 1756-62, 

Seventh in descent from Nicholas Hutchins (. .. .-1693). 
In Capt. Joseph Gardener's Company from Lynn, Mas- 
sachusetts. In Swamp Fight. 

Seventh in descent from Abraham Brown (1671-1729). 
Ensign and Captain from Watertown, IMassachusetts, 
1703, '08, '11. 

Fourth in descent from Phineas Hutchins (1740- 1785). 
Second Lieutenant 2d Regiment Massachusetts Militia, 
Capt. Ebenezer Robinson's Troop of Horse, 1771. En- 
sign in the 2d Lunenburg Company, 1774. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Walker, Jr. (1642-1703), 
Woburn, Massachusetts. Corporal and Sergeant, 1684- 
1690. Ensign, 1690-92. Member Boston Convention, 
1689. Deputy to the General Court, 1694. 

Ninth in descent from Samuel Walker (1615-1684), Wo- 
burn, Massachusetts. Served under Capt. Scottow, 
1675-76, and as Captain under Maj. Bradford in King 
Philip's War. 

39. BRINSMADE, HOBART, St. Louis 1266 

Fourth in descent from Rev. James Bebee, Chaplain of 
3d Regiment, Connecticut Troops, 1760. 

CADLE, HENRY, Bethany 385 

Fifth in descent from James Johnson (1677-1752). En- 
sign of New Hampshire Troops in Queen Anne War, 
1705- 
Fifth in descent from John Johnson (1694-1750). A 
private in Capt. Week's Company, New Hampshire 
Troops, in the Queen Anne War, 1712. Also private in 



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30 ^octetg of Cofonidf n3?ar0. 

State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Capt. John Goffe's Company, New Hampshire Troops, 
in King George's War, 1746. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Marston (161 5- 1690). 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1677, and Representative to the General Court of New 
Hampshire, 1680-84. 

Eighth in descent from Roger Shaw (. . . .-1661). Rep- 
resentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1651, '52, '53. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Robie (1659- 17 17). A sol- 
dier in King William's War, from Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1694. 

Eighth in descent from William Eastow (....-1665). 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1644, '48, '49. 

Sixth in descent from William Lane (1659- 1749). A sol- 
dier in King William's War, from Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1694. 

Eighth in descent from Christopher Hussey (1595-1686). 
A member of the Council of New Hampshire, 1680. 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1658-1660. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Batchelder, Sr. ( 1630- 
1710). Representative to the General Court of New 
Hampshire, 1695. 

Sixth in descent from James Fogg (1668-1760). A sol- 
dier in King William's War, from Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1694. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Marston (1655-1742). 
Representative to the General Court of New Hamp- 
shire, 1697-1709, '15, '16, '17. 

Sixth in descent from John Redman (1672-1718). A sol- 
dier in King William's War, from Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1694. 




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(goff of (gtemBers. 3i 

State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Seventh in descent from John Redman, Sr. Represen- 
tative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 1722. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Page (1604- 1679). Rep- 
resentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1 65 7- 1 668. 

Sixth in descent from Stephen Batchelder (1676-1748), 
A soldier in King William's War, from Hampton, 
New Hampshire, 1694. 

Seventh in descent from John Sanborn, Ensign and Lieu- 
tenant of the Military Company of Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1679. 

66. CADLE, CHARLES FRANCIS, Muscatine, Iowa 1806 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Henry Adams (1604- 
76). Lieutenant Medfield, Massachusetts Militia. Dep- 
uty, 1659. Member Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 1652. Killed at the door of his house by the 
Indians, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Wheeler. Lieuten- 
ant of Concord Militia in King Philip's War, 1676. 

Eighth in descent from George Hubbard (....-1683). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1637-41, 
1643-50. 

Eighth in descent from Ellis Barron. In Garrison at 
Woodcock's, August 23, 1675. Soldier in Capt. Sill's 
Company, August 24, 1676, King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Jonathan Whitney (1633-1702). 
Soldier in Capt. Sill's Company, August 24, 1676, King 
Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Daniel Warren, Sr. (1628-. . . . ), 
Soldier in Capt. Davenport's Company, 1675-6, King 
Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Bulkeley (1670-1712). 
Captain of a Company from Concord, Massachusetts, 
1704. 



32 ^octetg of Cofonidf ^axB. 

State General 

Society No. Society Wo. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Hubbard (1688- 1768). 
Captain of a Company from Concord, Massachusetts, 
1746. 

Ninth in descent from Simon Stone (1585- 1665), Water- 
town. Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1636-56. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Ballord, a soldier in 
King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from John How ( . . . .-1689). In gar- 
rison at Sudbury, 1675, King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Peter Bulkeley (1641-88), Con- 
cord, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1673-76. Speaker of the House, 1676. Governor's As- 
sistant, 1677-85. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Francis Peabody (1614- 
97). Lieutenant in the Militia, Topsfield, Massachu- 
setts, 1668. 

Fourth in descent from David How, Jr. (1717-1802). In 
"Gentlemen of Horse," under command of Capt. Josiah 
Brown, French and Indian Wars, 1739. 

Fifth in descent from David How (1674-1759). Soldier 
in French and Indian Wars, in Capt. Samuel Willard's 
Company, 1725. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel How (1642-1713), Sud- 
bury, Massachusetts. Soldier in Capt. Danforth's Com- 
pany, King Philip's War. His loss by an attack of the 
Indians on Sudbury, April 21, 1676, placed at 140 
pounds sterling. 

Seventh in descent from John Bent, Sr. (1596-1672), Sud- 
bury. Private in Maj. Simon Willard's Troop of Horse, 
Expedition against Ninigret, 1654, Colony of Massa- 
chusetts Bay. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Rice (1634- 1685). Was 
Member of the Garrison at the house of Joseph Rice in 
Marlboro, Massachusetts, in October, 1675. 



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Society No. Society No. 

Eighth in descent from Edmund Rice (1594- 1663). Rep- 
resentative to the General Court of Massachusetts in 
1640 and later. 

Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Haven (....- 
1703). Sergeant in the Militia Company of Lynn, in 
Capt. Brocklebank's Marlboro Garrison, June 24, 1676, 
King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from William Ballard (1602-1641). 
Deputy to the Quarterly Court, 1638. Member of Ar- 
tillery Company, 1638. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Fisk (1653-. . . .). Sol- 
dier in Capt. Henchman's Company, 1675, ^'"'^^ i^ Capt. 
John Cutler's Company, 1676, King Philip's War. 

114. CARTER, CHARLES JARED, Kansas City 3061 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Carter (1706- 1787). 
Served in a scout of men under the command of Capt. 
Jonathan White, Massachusetts forces, 1748. 

133. GRAND ALL, ARTHUR LEE, St. Louis 3483 

Seventh in descent from John Crandall (....-1676). 
Commissioner, 1658, '62, '63. Deputy to the General 
Court of Rhode Island from Westerly, 1670-71. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Lockwood (....-1658). 
Sergeant Connecticut Colonial forces, 1657. 

70. CRUTCHER, EDWIN RUTHVEN, Kansas City 2091 

Fifth in descent from Col. WilHam Mayo (1684- 1744). 
Major, 1730. Colonel, 1740. Goochland County 
Troop, Provincial Forces, of Virginia. 

loi. CUTHBERT, CHARLES McINTOSH, St. Louis 2925 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Mohr Mcintosh (1700- 
61), Mcintosh County, Georgia. Captain, Highland 
Light Infantry, under Gen. Oglethorpe, against the 
Spaniards, 1740. Wounded and captured at Fort 
Moosa, Florida, after a gallant fight, and sent a prisoner 
to Spain. 



34 §ocki2 of Cofoniaf Wars. 

State General 

Society No. Society INo. 

91. DEANE, GARDINER ANDRUS ARMSTRONG, Little 

Rock, Ark 2634 

Eig-hth in descent from Richard Williams (1606-1693), 
Taunton, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1646, et seq. 

100. DELAFIELD, WALLACE, St. Louis 2828 

Fourth in descent from Gen. Joseph Spencer, Major, 2d 
Connecticut Regulars, Col. Whiting. Subsequently 
Lieutenant-Colonel French and Indian Wars, 1758, and 
at outbreak of Revolution, Colonel 12th Connecticut 
Regulars; later, Major General. 

Fifth in descent from Isaac Spencer (1678-1751). Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1734. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer (1614- 
1685). Commissioned Ensign, 1656. Served in King 
Philip's War. Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1674, '75, '78, '79, 80, '83. 

Fourth in descent from Col. Samuel Selden (1723-1776). 
Lieutenant 5th Company of Lyme, 1752. Major, Octo- 
ber, 1774. Colonel Battalion of Foot, June, 1776. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1762, '63, 
'64, '65, '66, '68, '69, '71, '72, '73. 

Sixth in descent from James Clay pole (1634- 1687). A 
member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Council for 
Philadelphia County, 1687. 

129. DENISON, HENRY HEBER, St. Louis 3435 

Seventh in descent from George Denison (1620-1694). 
Captain New London County forces, King Philip's War, 
under Maj. Mann and Maj. Talcott. Second in com- 
mand to Maj. Treat, Great Swamp fight. Served on 
the frontier. Chosen with Maj. Mason to assist the 
Pequot chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and 
Deputy from Stonington, Connecticut. 



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Society No. Society No. 

I20. DOUGLAS, Hon. WALTER BOND, St. Louis 3249 

Seventh in descent from William Douglas (1610-1682), 
New London, Connecticut. Commissary of the army, 
Province of Connecticut, King Philip's War. Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1669, '^2, '76. 

Seventh in descent from William Bond (1625-1695), 
Watertown, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1689, '93, '95. Speaker, 1691, '93, '95. Cap- 
tain Watertown Company in King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Newberry (....-1635). 
Deputy to the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay 
Colony, 1634-35. 

Seventh in descent from William Janes (....-1690). 
Deputy to the General Court of the New Haven Colony, 
1648. Deputy to the General Court from Massachusetts 
Bay Colony, from Northampton. 

Sixth in descent from William Marsh (....-...,), 
Served in King Philip's War at the Swamp Fight. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1724. 

Eighth in descent from Hugh Calkin (1600-1690), Glou- 
cester and Lynn, Massachusetts, New London, and 
Norwich, Connecticut. Deputy from Gloucester, Mas- 
sachusetts Bay Colony, 1650-51, from New London and 
Norwich, 1652, et seq.. Colony of Connecticut. Com- 
missioner to enlist men for expeditions against the 
Indians, 1653-54. 

Seventh in descent from William Douglas (1645-1725). 
Soldier in Kino- Philip's War. In the Connecticut 
forces. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1690, '92, '97, '98, '1700, '03, '04, '05, '08, '10, '11, '12. 
On October 14, 1703, he was added to the Council. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Loomis (. . . .-1688), 
Windsor, Connecticut. Trooper under Maj. John 
Mason, ist Connecticut Cavalry, 1658, and in King 
Philip's War, 1676. 



36 ^ociefg of Cofoniaf War0. 

State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Bartlett (1594-1654). 

Ensign of the Watertown, Massachusetts, MiHtia, in 

Pequot War. 
Seventh in descent from George Chappell (....-1709). 

Served in the Connecticut forces in the Pequot War, 

1637. 
Seventh in descent from William Hough (....-1683). 

Engineer at New London, in King Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Hopestill Humphrey (1649-1731). 
Under Capt. Isaac Johnson, King Philip's War. In 
great Swamp Fight, 1675. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Wolcott (1656- 1695). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1685. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott (1610-1680). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1655, '56, 
'61. Governor's assistant, 1662. Council of War, 1675- 
1676. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott, Sr. (1578-1655). 
Deputy to the First General Court of Connecticut, 1637. 
Magistrate or assistant, 1643-55. 

Eighth in descent from John Steele (. . . .-1665). Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts from Cambridge, 
1635. Was one of the eight Commissioners appointed 
by the General Court of Massachusetts Bay to govern 
the people of Connecticut. Was for twenty-three years 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, and was 
for four years its Secretary. Was a member of the 
Legislative Committee for raising troops to serve 
against the Indians. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Appleton (1624- 1696). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1668, et 
seq. Lieutenant, 1668. Captain, 1675. Major and 
Commander-in-Chief of Massachusetts Troops, 1675. 
At Springfield, Hatfield and Great Swamp Fight. Ser- 



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State General 

Society No. Society Mo. 

geant-Major, South Essex Regiment, 1682. Assistant, 
1 68 1, et seq. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Appleton (1586-1670). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1637. 

Sixth in descent from Abel Janes (1644-1718), Lebanon, 
Connecticut. Soldier in Capt. William Turner's Com- 
pany in King Philip's War. Was at the Fall's Fight. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Woolson (....-1713). 
Soldier in King Philip's War, served under Capt. Pren- 
tice in Mt. Hope Campaign, and under Capt. Poole. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Bond (1654-1705). Served 
in King Philip's War in Capt. William Turner's Com- 
pany. Was in the garrison at Springfield, 1676. 

Seventh in descent from William Judd (1633- 1690). 
Sergeant at Farmington, Connecticut. 

Sixth in descent from John Cutting (1649-1689). Trooper 
in the Company of Capt. Prentice, going to the rescue of 
Capt. Wads worth, at Sudbury, 1675. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Spring (1628-1697),. 
Served in King Philip's War under Lieut. Edward 
Oaks and Capt. Edward Poole. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Burnham (1617-1688). 
Soldier in King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Judd (. . . .-1688). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut for twenty 
sessions. May, 1647-October, 1679. . 

Eighth in descent from Deacon John Moore (. . . .-1677). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1653, et 
seq. 

Seventh in descent from Isaac Shepard (1639-1676), Con- 
cord, Massachusetts. Killed in King Philip's War. 

103. DROUILLARD, JAMES PIERRE, Lieutenant, U. S. A. .2980 
Fifth in descent from Capt. Isaac Wayne (1699-1774). 
Provincial forces of Pennsylvania. Indian War, 1756. 



38 ^octetg of Cofoniaf ^axB. 

State General 

Society No. Society Mo. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Benjamin Chambers (....- 
....). Colonel Pennsylvania Provincial forces, 1748. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Culbertson (1710- 
1767). Lieutenant Pennsylvania Provincial Militia, 
1748. 

7. EASTMAN, LAUREN CHASE, Clinton, la 756 

Sixth in descent from Peter Tilton (. . . .-1696). Deputy 
to the General Court, 1675, '77y '79- Assistant, 1681-86. 
Colony of Massachusetts Bay. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Eastman (1650-1692). A 
soldier in King Philip's War at the Garrison at Chelms- 
ford, December 20, 1675. 

Third in descent from Tilton Eastman (1741-1805). 
Served in the company of Capt. Bogardis, Queen's 
County, New York. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Sherman (1610-1687). 
First Secretary of Providence Plantations, 1639. Court 
of Commissioners, 1656. Deputy, 1665-67. Council 
King Philip's War. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. John Wisner (1722-1788). 
Captain Orange County, New York, Militia, 1775. 
Fight with Indians in the Delaware, 1757. Sent to rein- 
force Fort William Henry. 

2. FLEET, Col. ALEX, FREDERICK, A. M., LL. D., Cul- 
ver, Ind 402 

Sixth in descent from Lieut.-Col. Henry Fleete. Member 
First Maryland Assembly, 1637-38. Captured by the 
Anacosta Indians, 1623. Ransomed, 1627. Commis- 
sioned by Lord Baltimore, 1644, with the power of Cap- 
tain-General to make Treaty of Peace with the Susque- 
hannas. Burgess for Lancaster County, Virginia, 1652. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Brooke (1602-1655), B. 
A., 1620, M. A., 1624, Wadham College, Oxon. Com- 
missioned by Lord Baltimore, September 20th, 1649. 



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General 
Socket y'^No. Society No. 

Commander-in-Chief of a new county to be set out in 
Maryland, and Member of the Council. Commander of 
Charles County, 1650. Appointed March 29th, 1652, 
by Cromwell's Commissioners, President of the Council 
and Acting Governor. 

Sixth in descent from Francis Hutchins. Member of 
Maryland House of Assembly, 1694. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. James Neale (1615-1684). 
Member Provincial Council, 1643-44, and 1660-1661. 
Member of the House of Burgesses, 1666. Commis- 
sioner of the Treasury, 1643. Fought in the Civil Wars 
of England on the side of the King. Attorney of Lord 
Baltimore at Amsterdam, to protest against the seating 
of the Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware River and 
Bay. Commissioned Captain by Lord Baltimore, 1661, 
to raise troops against the Dutch on Delaware Bay. 

127. FLEET, HENRY WYATT, Lieutenant, U. S. A 3423 

Seventh in descent from Lieut.-Col. Henry Fleete 
(....-....). Member First Maryland Assembly, 1637- 
1638. Captured by Anacosta Indians, 1623. Ransomed, 
1627. Commissioned by Lord Baltimore, 1644, with the 
power of Captain-General to make Treaty of Peace with 
the Susquehannas. Burgess for Lancaster County, Vir- 
ginia, 1652. 
Eighth in descent from Governor Robert Brooke (1602- 
1655). B. A., 1620; M. A., 1624; Wadham College, 
Oxon. Commissioned by Lord Baltimore, September 
20, 1649, Commander-in-Chief of a new county to be 
set out in Maryland. Member of the Council. Com- 
mander of Charles County, 1650. Appointed March 29, 
1652, by Cromwell's Commissioners, President of the 
Council and Acting Governor. 
Seventh in descent from Honorable Francis Hutchins 
(....-....), Member of Maryland house of Assembly, 
1694. 



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Society No. Society No. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. James Neale (1615-1684). 
Member of Provincial Council, 1643-44 and 1660-61. 
Member of the House of Burgesses, 1666. Commis- 
sioner of the Treasury, 1643. Fought in the Civil Wars 
of England on the side of the King. Attorney of Lord 
Baltimore at Amsterdam, to protest against the seating 
of the Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware River and 
Bay. Commissioned Captain by Lord Baltimore, 1661, 
to raise troops against the Dutch on Delav/are Bay. 

15. FOOTE, JOHN CROCKER, Belvidere, 111 764 

Sixth in descent from Q. M. Nathaniel Foote, H. (1647- 
1703)- Quartermaster of Capt. William Turner's Comx- 
pany in the "Falls Fight," May 19, 1676, King Philip's 
War. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Foote, HL (1682- 
1774), appointed Ensign from the town of Branford, 
1709. Ensign from Colchester, 1721 ; Lieutenant, 1732; 
Captain, 1736 and 1743. Deputy to the General Court, 
1725, '26, '27, '28, '29, '30, '31, '32, '38, '39, '42, '43. '44, 
'45, '46. Served as Justice for Hartford County, 1731- 
1762. Deputy to the General Court from the town of 
Branford, 1698- 1700, '06, '08. 

Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Foote, first settler 
(1693-1644). Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1641, '42, '44. 

Fourth in descent from Daniel Foote ( 1 717-1801). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1762, '63, '64, 
'65, '66, '67, '69, '71, '72, '73, '74, '75, '76. Justice for 
Hartford County, 1763-74. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (1602-1680). 
Lieutenant of Hadley Troop, 1663-78. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1661-73. Commissioner to negotiate 
with the Mohawks, 1667, Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay. 



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State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Marshfield (1630-1692). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, for 
Spring-field, in 1680, '83, '84. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. James Newton (. . . .-i735)» 

Captain of First Company, Colchester, Conn., 17 16. 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 17 13, '14, 

'15, '16. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Ely (1585-1675). 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1657. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Kellogg (1627-1707). Was 
a Lieutenant at Hadley, 1662. He was a Sergeant in 
Capt. William Turner's Company, in "Falls Fight," 
May 19, 1676. 

Seventh in descent from Stephen Terry (....-1668). 
Served in the Windsor Troop of Horse, 1658, the first 
troop organized in the Colony of Connecticut. 

Eighth in descent from John Howland (1593- 1674). 
Signer of the Compact on Mayflower, 1620. In the 
"First Encounter" Great Meadow Creek, December 6, 
1620. Assistant to Governor, 1633-35. In command 
of Kennebec Trading Post, 1634. Deputy to General 
Court, 1 64 1. The "Beloved Pilgrim." 

Seventh in descent from John Howland, Jr. (1627-. . . .). 
"Ensign of the Military Companie of Barnstable," in 
1675, in King Philip's War. Lieutenant of the Military 
Company of Barnstable, 1682. 

Eighth in descent from Deacon William Crocker (1612- 
1692). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1670, '71, '74. 

Ninth in descent from Joseph Loomis (1616-87). Soldier 
in King Philip's War from Connecticut. 

Sixth in descent from John Skinner (1675-1740). Ensign 
of Connecticut Troops, 1712. Lieutenant, 1715. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1726-27. 



42 ^ocietg of Cofoniaf Wars. 

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Society No. Society No. 

Seventh in descent from William Swift (....-1706). 
Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 
1673, '7^, '78. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Beach (1662-1747). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1727. 

Fifth in descent from Josiah Beach (1694-. . . . ). Ensign 
of Connecticut Troops, 1738. Lieutenant, 1741. 

Ninth in descent from John Tilly, Signer of the Compact 
on Mayflower, 1620. In the "First Encounter," Great 
Meadow Creek, December 6, 1620. 

Eighth m descent from Philip Groves ( . . . .-1675). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut for Stratford, 
1642, '48, '51, '53, '54, '55, '56, '60, '61, '62, '63, '65. In 
1660, appointed one of the Grand Jury for the Colony. 
Assistant Magistrate, 1654, '55, '56. In 1653, on the 
Committee on impending war with the Dutch. 

Eighth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin (....- 
1675). For many years appointed with John Pynchon 
and Eleazer Holyoke by the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts Bay Colony, to govern Springfield. At its 
burning in King Philip's War, was a participant in 
repelling the attack from fortified houses. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Newton. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1645. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Hubbell (1627-1699). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1678, '79, 
1681. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Bodfish (. . . ,-1651). A 
member of Lieut. John Blackman's Company, Sand- 
wich, Massachusetts, 1643. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Lee ( - ) . Mem- 
ber of Plymouth Military Company, 1643. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Vore (....-....). 
Windsor, Connecticut. Member of Windsor Military 
Company, 




43 



(goff of ®Xem6er6. 43 

State General 

SociETif No. Society JNo. 

Eighth in descent from John Porter, Sr. (1600-1648). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut for Wind- 
sor, 1646-47. 

Eighth in descent from Wilham Swift, Sr. (. . . .-1644). 
In Lieut. John Blackmer's Company, Sandwich, Mas- 
sachusetts, 1643. 

4. GARDINER, CURTISS CRANE, Pasadena, Cal 753 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Lion Gardiner (1599- 
1663). Lieutenant in the EngHsh Army. Engineer and 
Master of Works of Fortifications in Leagues of the 
Prince of Orange in the Low Countries. Engineer at 
Boston. Constructor and Commander of Saybrook 
Fort, Pequot War. The first EngHshman seated in New 
York. Lord of the Isle of Wight, "now called Gard- 
iner's Island." 
Seventh in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620- 
1694). Captain, New London County forces in King 
Philip's War. Served in Maj. John Mann's Expedition, 
and in Maj. Talcott's Expedition. Second in command 
to Maj. Robert Treat in the Great Swamp Fight. Served 
on the Frontier. Captured the Indian Chief, Canon- 
chet. Chosen with Maj. John Mason to assist the 
Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and Dep- 
uty from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms. 
Colony of Connecticut. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton (1616-1677). 
Indian interpreter to John Winthrop the Younger, in 
Connecticut, before the Pequot War. 

Seventh in descent from John Rowland (1592- 1673). 
Signer of the Compact on Mayflower, 1620. 'Tn the 
first encounter" Great Meadow Creek, December 6, 
1620. Assistant to Governor, 1633-35. I" command 
of Kennebec Trading Post, 1634. Deputy to General 
Court, 1641, et seq. The "Beloved Pilgrim." 



44 ^octetg of Cofoniaf ^axB. 

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Society No. Society No. 

9. GREEN, JOHN, M. D., St. Louis 758 

Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Dudley (1576- 
1653). Second Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
1634, '40, '45, '50. Deputy-Governor, 1630, '34, '^7, 
'40, '46, '50, '51, '52. Assistant, 1635, '36, '41, '44- In 
office continuously twenty-two years. Commissioner 
for the United Colonies, 1643, '47> '49> ^"^ twice Presi- 
dent of the United Colonies. Major-General, 1646. 
Signed the Charter of Harvard College, 1650. 
Fourth in descent from Brig.-Gen. Timothy Ruggles 
(1711-1795). Provincial forces of Massachusetts. On 
the northern frontiers, French and Indian Wars, 1756- 
63. Delegate to the Congress which met in New York 
in 1765, and President of the same. 

82. GREEN, CHARLES EDWARD, St. Joseph 2437 

Fifth in descent from Col. John Stoddard (1681-1748). 
North Hampton, Massachusetts. Colonel Massachu- 
setts Militia, Assistant and Chief Justice, Court of Com- 
mon Pleas. 

18. GREGG, WILLIAM HENRY, St. Louis 767 

Third in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg (1738-1808). 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger's Company of Rangers in the 
French and Indian Wars, 1758. Was in the Cape Bre- 
ton Expedition, and at the storming of the French 
works at Caberrus Bay. 

19. GREGG, NORRIS BRADFORD, St. Louis 768 

Fourth in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg (1738-1808). 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger's Company of Rangers in the 
French and Indian Wars, 1758. Was in the Cape Bre- 
ton Expedition, and at the storming of the French 
works at Caberrus Bay. 

20. GREGG, WILLIAM HENRY, Jr., St. Louis 769 

Fourth in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg (1738-1808). 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger's Company of Rangers in the 



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State Generai. 

Society No. Society No. 

French and Indian Wars, 1758. Was in the Cape Bre- 
ton Expedition, and at the storming of the French 
works at Caberrus Bay. 

89. HILL, Rev. JOHN BOYNTON, D. D., Kansas City 2632 

Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Sparhawk (1598-1647). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1642-47. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Larkin (....-1654) 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1645. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Thomas Brooks (....- 
1667). Captain in the Concord Foot Company, 1643. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1642, '44, '54, '59, '62. 

Sixth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Bateman (....- 
1727). Sergeant of the Concord Militia for about thirty 
years. 

Fourth in descent from John Bateman, Jr. (1706-1758). 
Member of Capt. Daniel Fletcher's Company. Col. 
Ebenezer Nichols' Regiment, in the Expedition to Can- 
ada, 1758. Killed in battle near Lake George, July 20, 
1758. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Timothy Wheeler (1604- 
1687). Ensign, 1646. Captain, 1662, in Concord Militia. 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, nine 
terms, from 1663. Served in King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Howe (. . . .-1644), Wa- 
tertown, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1634, '35> '38, '42, '43- 

Sixth in descent from Shadrach Hapgood (1644-1675). 
Member of Capt. Edward Hutchinson's Company, on 
Expedition to Brookfield, Massachusetts, to treat with 
the Nipmuck Indians, and slain by them. 

Fifth in descent from Jonathan Whitney, Jr. (1658-1735). 
Soldier in King Philip's War, 1676. 



46 ^octetg of Cofoniaf Wars. 

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Society No. Society No. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Beers (....- 
1675). An original proprietor of Watertown, Massa- 
chusetts, 1630. Served in the Pequot War, 1637. Deputy 
to the General Court, 1643, '52, 'S4, '56, '58, '60, '63, '71, 
'7Z^ '74. Sergeant, 1642. Lieutenant, 1652-75. Captain 
in King Philip's War, 1674-75. Killed by Indians in 
the fight at Northfield, September 4, 1675. 

Sixth in descent from James Cutler (1606-1694). Soldier 
in King Philip's War. Member of Lexington MiHtary 
Company. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason (1605-1678). 
Watertown, Massachusetts. Lieutenant, 1645. Cap- 
tain, 1652-78. Deputy, 1635, et seq. Member. Council 
of War, 1676. Commander of the Volunteers against 
Manhattoes, 1664. Commanded his Company in the 
"Sudbury Fight," King Philip's War. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Ebenezer Cutler (1700- 
'^777-) Captain of the Lincoln Company, 3d Massa- 
chusetts Regiment, under Col. Elisha Jones, 1757. 

Sixth in descent from John Wheeler (1642-1713). Mem- 
ber of Capt. Nathaniel Davenport's Company (5th 
Company in the Massachusetts Regiment), Great 
Swamp Fight. 

Sixth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Wheeler (1625- 
1704). Sergeant of foot, 1662. 

143- HOMER, WILLIAM BRADFORD, St. Louis 3697 

Seventh in descent from John Hoar (....-1704), 
Scituate and Concord, Massachusetts. Member Scituate 
Company, 1643. In King Philip's War. 
Seventh in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin ( . . . . 
-1675), Springfield, Massachusetts. Appointed by the 
General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony to govern 
Springfield. At its burning in King Philip's War was 
a participant in repelling the attack from fortified 
houses. 



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Society No. 



Seventh in descent from Quartermaster George Colton 
( -1699), Springfield. Massachusetts. Quarter- 
master Hampshire County Troop, 1663. In King 
Philip's War. Deputy, 1669, '71, '77. 

Seventh in descent from Humphrey Turner ( -1673), 

Scituate, Massachusetts. Representative Plymouth 
Colony, 1640 et seq. Private in Military Company. 

Fifth in descent from Deacon Henry Burt (1663-1748), 
Springfield, Massachusetts. Served against the Indians 
in 1698. 

Eighth in descent from Governor Henry Wolcott (1678- 
1655). Deputy, 1639. Magistrate to Assistant Gov- 
ernor, i643-'55. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Ford ( -1676), Wind- 
sor, Connecticut. Deputy, 1637, '38, '39, '41, '44, '54- 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Luke Hitchcock ( . . . . 
-1659), Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1644. Captain at 
Crown Point, 1659. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Hitchcock (1642-1712). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1699, 
'01, '05. Served in the Falls Fight under Capt. William 
Turner. Lieutenant in King William's War. 

Sixth in descent from Sergt. Ebenezer Strong (1643- 
1728). Sergeant in the North Hampton, Massachusetts 
Company in King William's War. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Stebbins (....-1663.). 
Member of the Committee of the Massachusetts Bay 
Colony General Court to consider Endicott's defacing 
of the English colors. Deputy to the General Court 
of Connecticut, 1639- 1656. 

Third in descent from Richard Bishop (1732-1806). In 
Capt. Daniel Burt's Company, Col. William's Regiment 
for the reduction of Canada, 1758. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Goodell (1604-1683). 
Served under Maj. Daniel Denison. On guard at Salem 



Society No. 



48 ^ocietg of Cofomdf Wars. 

State Generai, 

Society No. Society No. 

against the expected attack of Dutch and French in 
1667. 

Seventh in descent from Sergt. Job Drake (. . . .-1689). 
Sergeant in Militia at Windsor, Connecticut. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Bishop (....-1694). 
Served under Capt. Poole at Hadley, 1675. Member of 
Capt. Mosely's Company in King Philip's War, 1676. 

Sixth in descent from James Warriner (1641-1727). Sol- 
dier under Col. Pynchon, 1668. Built Gilbert Fort, 
Brookfield. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Burt (i 630-1715). At 
the burning of Springfield, Massachusetts, by the In- 
dians, October 5, 1675, during King Philip's War. 
Was one of those who defended the town. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Leonard Hoar (1682-1771), 
Brimfield, Massachusetts. Ensign-Lieutenant and Cap- 
tain of Brimfield Company. 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Hoar (1650-. . . .). Mem- 
ber of the Concord, Massachusetts Company, King 
Philip's War. 

Fourth in descent from Jacob Goodell (1708- ) Pri- 
vate in Capt. Fry's Company, Col. Eleazer Fitch's 
Regiment, Connecticut Troops, 1758. 

Sixth in descent from Zachariah Goodell (1640-....). 
Served under Maj. Daniel Denison. On Guard at 
Salem against the expected attack of Dutch and French, 
1667. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Spencer (....- 
1687). Served under Maj. John Mason in Pequot War. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Bliss (1624-1720). Volun- 
teer in Narragansett War. 

Seventh in descent from Sergt. Thomas Huxley (....- 
1721). Member of New Haven Train Band, 1660. 



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Society No. Society .\o. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Stebbins (1620- 
1683). Lieutenant in Capt. Turner's Company Falls 
Fight, King Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Stebbins (1652- 
1726). Deputy to the General Court of ]\Iassachusetts, 
1698, '07, '17/21. 

Fourth in descent from Corp. Daniel Williams (1712- 
....). Private in Capt. Barker's Company, Col. Nathan 
Whiting's Regiment, 1758. Corporal in Capt. Fitch's 
Company, Col. Nathan Whiting's 2d Connecticut Regi- 
ment, 1759. 

Seventh in descent from John Leonard (....-1676). 
Killed in King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Stratton, Jr. '( . . . .<- 
1707). Corporal in Capt. Wheeler's Concord, ]Massa- 
chusetts Company, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Rev. Henry Smith (1588-1648). 
Member of the First General Court of Connecticut, 
which consisted of the members appointed by Governor 
Winthrop, of Massachusetts, 1636. Soldier in the 
Pequot War. 

Seventh in descent from Elder John Strong ( 1605- 
1699). Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Col- 
ony, 1641, '42, '43. 

Seventh in descent from Elder James Bates (1582-1655). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Col- 
ony, 1640. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Burt (1615-1662), Dor- 
chester and Springfield, Massachusetts. Member of the 
First Military Company, Springfield. In 1657, Clerk of 
the Company. 

Sixth in descent from Hon. James Bates (1624-1718). 
Representative to the General Court of Connecticut, 
from Haddam, 1670, et seq. 



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Fourth in descent from Sergt. Ichabod Bliss (1705-1766). 
Sergeant to the Western Frontier French and Indian 
War, June, 1747. 

145. HUBBARD, ROBERT MORRIS, St. Louis 3723 

Third in descent from Jonathan Hubbard (1718-1759). 
Served under Col. Joseph Blanchard as Adjutant of the 
Regiment of New Hampshire Troops, 1754, '55. 
Served in Maj. Tash's Battalion Stationed at Charles- 
town, New Hampshire, 1757. 

94. JACKSON, Prof. GEORGE EDWARDS, St. Louis 2822 

Seventh in descent from Edward Jackson (1602-1681). 
Deputy from Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1647, ^o^ sev- 
enteen years. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. James Trowbridge (1636- 
1717), Newton, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court from Cambridge, 1700-1703. Served in King 
Philip's War. Lieutenant, 1675. 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. Robert Murdock (1694- 
1762). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
175 1. Lieutenant of Newton MiHtia. 

Fourth in descent from Col. Aaron Davis (1709- 1777). 
Captain, 1774. Colonel, 1775. Delegate to the Provin- 
cial Congress of Massachusetts, 1774-76. 

Sixth in descent from Simon Stone, Jr. (1631-1708), Wa- 
tertown, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1678-90. He was in garrison at Menden, 1675, and at 
Groton, 1676. Served under Capt. Joseph Syll, 1676. 

Seventh in descent from Simon Stone (1585-1665), Wa- 
tertown, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1636-56. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Edward Morris (1630 
-1690), Roxbury, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1677-87. First Military Officer of Woodstock, 
Connecticut. 



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Third in descent from Lieut.-Col. Ephraim Jackson 
(1729-1777), Newton, Massachusetts, Lieutenant in 
French and Indian War, 1755-56. Captain in Expedi- 
tion to Canada in 1760. Captain in Expedition to Ticon- 
deroga, in 1760. Died at Valley Forge, December 19, 
1777. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Weld (1595-1646), 
Roxbury, Massachusetts. Captain of Militia under Col. 
John Winthrop, 1636. Ensign of the Ancient and Hon- 
orable Artillery Company, 1638. Representative to the 
Colonial Congress. 

Sixth in descent from John Weld (1623-1691). Served 
in garrison at Brookfield in King Philip's War, under 
Capt. Syll. 

Seventh in descent from Maj-Gen. Humphrey Ather- 

ton ( -1661), Dorchester, Massachusetts. Deputy, 

1638, et seq. Speaker, 1653. Governor's Assistant, 
1654-61. Lieutenant, 1645. Captain of Militia, 1646, 
and of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 
1650-58. Commanded Expedition against the Narra- 
gansetts, 1656. Major-General, 1661. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Fuller (1652-1740), 
Newton, Massachusetts. Captain of Militia. Served as 
Private in Capt. Richard Beers' Company, in King 
Philip's War. In 1736, land was granted him by the 
General Court for service in the "Falls Fight," under 
Capt. William Turner. 

Fifth in descent from Honorable Ebenezer Stone (1662- 
1754)- Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1708-17. Royal Councillor of the Province. 

Fifth in descent from Joshua Child (1658-1730). Served 
in King Philip's War, in Capt. John Holbrook's Com- 
pany. Served as private in Indian Wars, 1718. 

Seventh in descent from John Newgate (1580-1665). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1638. 



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Sixth in descent from Sebas Jackson (1642-1690), New- 
ton, Massachusetts. Private in the Company of Capt. 
Poole, in King PhiHp's War. 

Seventh in descent from John Whipple, Sr. (. . . .-1669). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1640-63. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Walker (1655-1712). 
Served under Maj. William Bradford in King Philip's 
War. He was Cornet, Lieutenant and Captain. Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1705. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Walker (....-1679). 
Deputy to the General Court at Plymouth, 1669. 

Seventh in descent from Nicholas Ide (1620-1690). 
Served in King Philip's War, under Maj. William 
Bradford. 

Fifth in descent from John Mirick (. . . .-1706). Served 
in King Philip's War, luider Capt. Sill. Also served in 
the Garrison at Chelmsford. 

Seventh in descent from William French (1603-1681). 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1638. Captain in 1681. Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1660- 1663. 

Sixth in descent from Benjamin Thurston (1640-1678). 
Served in King Philip's War as Ensign of Boston Com- 
pany. 

Seventh in descent from Griffin Craft (1609-1689). Lieu- 
tenant of Roxbury Company, Massachusetts Militia, 
1653, '75, '76. Deputy to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, 1638, '63, 6y. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Hyde (1667-1741). Ensign 
of Newton, Massachusetts, Militia. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Walker (1607-1687). 
Ensign of Militia under Capt. Nathaniel Turner. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Ellis (. . . .-1694). Lieu- 
tenant of Dedham Militia. Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts, 1692. 



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Sixth in descent from Andrew Dewing ( -1677). 

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1644. In 1675 the 2nd Company of Natick In- 
dians was located near the Garrison House, in charge 
of Andrew Dewing, and his sons. 

95. JACKSON, EDWARD FISHER, St. Louis 2823 

Eighth in descent from Edward Jackson (1602-1681). 
Deputy from Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1647, for 
seventeen years. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. James Trowbridge (1636- 
1717), Newton, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court from Cambridge, 1700-03. Served in King 
Philip's War. Lieutenant, 1675. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. Robert Murdock (1694- 
1762). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1 75 1. Lieutenant of Newton Militia. 

Fifth in descent from Col. Aaron Davis (1709-1777). 
Captain, 1774. Colonel, 1775. Delegate to the Provin- 
cial Congress of Massachusetts, 1774-76. 

Seventh in descent from Simon Stone, Jr. (1631-1708), 
Watertown, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1678-90. He was in garrison at Menden, 1675, 
and at Groton, 1676. Served under Capt. Joseph Syll, 
1676. 

Eighth in descent from Simon Stone (1585-1665), Water- 
town, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1636-56. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Edward Morris (1630- 
1690), Roxbury, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1677-87. First Military- Officer of Woodstock, 
Connecticut. 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. -Col. Ephraim Jackson 
(1729-1777), Newton, Massachusetts. Lieutenant in 
French and Indian War, 1755-56. Captain in expedi- 



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tion to Canada in 1760. Captain in expedition to Ticon- 
deroga in 1760. Died at Valley Forge, December 19, 
1777. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Joseph Weld (1595-1646), 
Roxbury, Massachusetts. Captain of Militia, under 
Col. John Winthrop, 1636. Ensign of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company, 1638. Representative 
to the Colonial Congress. 

Seventh in descent from John Weld (1623-1691). 
Served in Garrison at Brookfield, in King Philip's War, 
under Capt. Syll. 

Eighth in descent from Maj.-Gen. Humphrey Atherton 
(....-1661), Dorchester, Massachusetts. Deputy, 
1638, et seq. Speaker, 1653. Governor's Assistant, 
1654-61. Lieutenant, 1645. Captain of Militia, 1646, 
and of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 
1650-58. Commanded expedition against the Narra- 
gansetts, 1656. Major-General, 1661. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Joseph Fuller (1652-1740), 
Newton, Massachusetts. Captain of Militia. Served 
as private in Capt. Richard Beers' Company, in King 
Philip's War. In 1736, land was granted him by the 
General Court for service m the "Falls Fight," under 
Capt. William Turner, 

Sixth in descent from Honorable Ebenezer Stone (1662- 
1754). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1708-17. Royal Councillor of the Province. 

Sixth in descent from Joshua Child (1658-1730). Served 
in King Philip's War, in Capt. John Holbrook's Com- 
pany. Served as private in Indian Wars, 1718. 

Eighth in descent from John Newgate (i 580-1665). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1638. 

Seventh in descent from Sebas Jackson (1642- 1690). 
Newton, Massachusetts. Private in the Company of 
Capt. Poole, in King Philip's War. 



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Eighth in descent from John Whipple, Sr. ( -1669). 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1640-63. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Walker (1655-1712). 
Served under Maj. William Bradford in King Philip's 
War. He was Cornet, Lieutenant and Captain. Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1705. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Walker ( -1679). Dep- 
uty to the General Court at Plymouth, 1669. 

Eighth in descent from Nicholas Ide (1620- 1690). 
Served in King Philip's War under Maj. William 
Bradford. 

Sixth in descent from John Mirick ( -1706). Served 

in King Philip's War under Captain Sill. Also served 
in the Garrison at Chelmsord. 

Eighth in descent from William French (1603-1681). 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1638. Captain in 1681. Deputy to the General 
Court of Massachusetts, 1660- 1663. 

Seventh in descent from Benjamin Thurston (1640-1678). 
Served in King Philip's War as Ensign of Boston 
Company. 

Eighth in descent from Griffin Craft (1609-1689). Lieu- 
tenant of Roxbury Company, Massachusetts Militia, 
1653, '75, '7^- Deputy to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, 1638, '63, '67. 

Sixth in descent from €amuel Hyde ( 1 667-1 741 ) . Ensign 

of Newton, Massachusetts Militia. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Walker (1607-1687). 

Ensign of Militia under Capt. Nathaniel Turner. 
Seventh in descent from Richard ElHs ( -1694). 

Lieutenant of Dedham Militia. Deputy to the General 

Court of Massachusetts, 1692. 

Seventh in descent from Andrew Dewing ( -1677). 

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 



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pany, 1644. In 1675 the 2nd Company of the Natick 
Indians was located near the Garrison House, in charge 
of Andrew Dewing and his sons. 

47. JAMES, THOMAS, St. James 1274 

Sixth in descent from James Claypoole (1634-1687). A 
member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Council for 
Philadelphia County, 1687. 

59. JUDSON, Hon. FREDERICK NEWTON, St. Louis. ... 1533 
Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Welles 
(1598-1660), Wethersfield, Connecticut. Magistrate of 
Governing Court, 1637-60. Second Treasurer, 1639-51. 
Governor, 1640-48. Governor, pro tern., 165 1. Deputy 
Governor, 1654, '56, '57, '59. Governor, 1655, '58. 
Commissioner for the United Colonies, 1649. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Thomas Wheeler (....- 
1672). Lieutenant in the Connecticut Colonial Service. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1670-71. 

Seventh in descent from John Welles (1621-1659). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1656, '57, '59. 
Assistant, 1658. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. Francis Nichols (....- 
1650). Training Sergeant for Stratford, 1639. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Sherman (1618-1700). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1637, 
which declared war against the Pequots. Assistant, 
1663, '68. On committee to defend coast against the 
Dutch, 1665. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Joseph Judson (1610- 
1690). Ensign Stratford Company. Committee to de- 
fend the coast from Stratford to Rye, against the Dutch, 
under Admiral DeReuter. Lieutenant, 1672. In King 
Philip's War. Lieutenant Woodbury, Train Band, 
1684. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1684, '86. 



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Seventh in descent from Isaac Nichols (....-1695), 
Stratford, Connecticut. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1662, '65. 

Sixth in descent from Ambrose Thompson (1651-1742). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1697, 
1704, '05, '06, '10, '12, '17. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. James Judson (1650-1720). 
In King Philip's War, Lieutenant of Dragoons, 1690. 
Captain, 1698. Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1 689- 1 706. 

157. KENNETT, WILLIAM POTTS, St. Louis 4002 

Fifth in descent from Joshua Hempstead (1678-1758). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 17 18, et 
seq. Ensign, 1721. Lieutenant, 1724. Captain, 1726. 
Of the 2d Company Train Band, New London, Connec- 
ticut. Serving until 1739. 

122. LEIGHTON, GEORGE BRIDGE, St. Louis 3251 

Sixth in descent from Capt. John Leighton (1661-1724). 
Ensign and Captain Queen Anne War, 1704. Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1704, '14. 

137. LITTLE, Rev. EDWARD PORTER, Hannibal 3661 

Seventh in descent from Governor William Bradford 
(1589-1651). Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

Seventh in descent from John Alden (1599-1687). In 
Capt. Myles Standish's Duxbury Company, 1643. Gov- 
ernor's Assistant, 1632, '40, '50, '86. Deputy, 1641, '42, 
'44, '49. Member Council of War, '46, et seq. ; Ply- 
mouth Colony. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Little (....-1671), Ply- 
mouth and Marshfield, Massachusetts. In Plymouth 
Company, 1643. 



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126. LYON, GEORGE ELMER, M. D., St. Louis 3422 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Hicks (1640- 
1741). Under Capt. John Hicks at the Indian Battle 
at Fort Neck, 1653. Captain of Mihtia at Hempstead. 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Queens 
County, New York. 

76. McCORD, Col. JAMES HAMILTON, N.G.M., St. Joseph. 2369 
Fifth in descent from Capt. John Paxton (1715-1787). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Harris' Company, Lancas- 
ter County, Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active service 
in defense of the frontier, 1748; also in service in Vir- 
ginia Indian Wars. 
Fifth in descent from William Wood (....-....). Lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia, in 
active service for the defense and protection of the 
frontier against the Indians, September, 1758. 

75. McCORD, WILLIAM HALLACK, Omaha, Neb 2368 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Paxton (1715-1787). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Harris' Company, Lan- 
caster County, Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active serv- 
ice in defense of frontier, 1748; also in service in Vir- 
ginia Indian Wars. 
Fifth in descent from William Wood (....-....). Lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia, in 
active service for the defense and protection of the fron- 
tier against the Indians, September, 1758. 

■jj. McCORD, SAMUEL STEELE, St. Joseph 2370 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Paxton (1715-1787). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Harris' Company, Lan- 
caster County Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active serv- 
ice in defense of the frontier, 1748; also in service in 
Virginia Indian Wars. 
Fifth in descent from William Wood (....-....). Lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia, in 



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active service for the defense and protection of the fron- 
tier against the Indians, September, 1758. 

79. McCORD, GEORGE LAWRENCE, Pueblo, Colo 2372 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Paxton (17 15- 1787). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Harris' Company, Lancas- 
ter County, Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active service 
in defense of the frontier, 1748; also in service in Vir- 
ginia Indian Wars. 

Fifth in descent from William Wood (....-....). Lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia, in 
active service for the defense and protection of the 
frontier against the Indians, September, 1758. 

80. McCORD, ROBERT HAMDEN, St. Joseph 2373 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Paxton (1715-1787). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Harris' Company, Lancas- 
ter County, Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active service 
in defense of the frontier, 1748; also in service in Vir- 
ginia Indian Wars. 

Fifth in descent from William Wood (....-....). Lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia, in 
active service for the defense and protection of the fron- 
tier against the Indians, September, 1758. 

88. Mcculloch, ROBERT. St. Louis 2631 

Fifth in descent from General Andrew Lewis (1720- 
1781). In continuous service in the State of Virginia, 
in the Indian Wars, from 1754-75. Was with Washing- 
ton at the surrender of Fort Necessity. Was present at 
Braddock's defeat. Commanded the Sandy Creek 
Expedition, 1756. In 1774, received the appointment of 
Brigadier-General, and was Commander-in-Chief at the 
Battle of Point Pleasant. 



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87. McCULLOCH, RICHARD, St. Louis 2630 

Sixth in descent from General Andrew Lewis (1720- 
1781). In continuous service in the State of Virginia, 
in the Indian Wars, from 1754-76. Was with Washing- 
ton at the surrender of Fort Necessity. Was present at 
Braddock's defeat. Commanded the Sandy Creek 
Expedition, 1756. In 1774, received the appointment of 
Brigadier-General, and was Commander-in-Chief at the 
Battle of Point Pleasant. 

140. MACBETH, MALCOLM, St. Louis 3720 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Prioleau (1690-1752). 
Colonel of South Carolina Troop of Horse Guards. 

Eighth in descent from Pierre de St. Julien (1669-. . , .). 
Member of the Governor's Council of South Carolina, 
under the Proprietary Governors. 

Fifth in descent from John Pearson (1706-1775). Built 
the first Fort on the Tennessee River in 1756. 

Eighth in descent from Alexandre Thesee Chastaigner. 
Member of the South Carolina Assembly from Craven 
County during the Administration of Governor Lud- 
well. 

Eighth in descent from Hugh Hext ( . . . .-1732). Mem- 
ber of South Carolina House of Assembly, 1698- 1720. 

Seventh in descent from David Hext. Member of the 
South Carolina Assembly, 1749. Commissioner on For- 
tifications, 1745. 

Eighth in descent from Henri Le Noble. Member of the 
South Carolina Governor's Council, under the Proprie- 
tary Governors. 

Seventh in descent from Rene Ravenel (1656-....). 
Member of the Assembly of South Carolina from Cra- 
ven County, under Governor Ludwell. 

MACBETH, RAVENEL, Salt Lake City, Utah 3787 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Prioleau (1690-1752). 
Colonel of South Carolina Troop of Horse Guards. 



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Eighth in descent from Pierre De St. JuHen (1669-. . . .). 

Member of the Governor's Council of South CaroHna, 

under the Proprietary Governors. 
Fifth in descent from John Pearson (1706-1775). Built 

the first Fort on the Tennessee River in 1756. 

Eighth in descent from Alexandre Thesee Chastaigner. 
Member of the South Carolina Assembly from Craven 
County, during the Administration of Governor Lud- 
well. 

Eighth in descent from Hugh Hext (. . . .-1732). Mem- 
ber of South Carolina House of Assembly, 1698-1720. 

Seventh in descent from Divid Hext. Member of the 
South Carolina Assembly, 1749. Commissioner on For- 
tifications, 1745. 

Eighth in descent from Henri Le Noble. Member of the 
South Carolina Governor's Council, under the Proprie- 
tary Governors. 

Seventh in descent from Rene Ravenel (1656-....). 
Member of the Assembly of South Carolina from Cra- 
ven County, under Governor Ludwell. 

III. MARSHALL, WILLIAM St. JOHN ELLIOT, St. Joseph 3059 

Seventh in descent from Petrus Stuyvesant (1602-1682). 
The last Dutch Director-General of New Netherlands, 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman 
(1623-1707). Lieutenant Burgber Corps New Am- 
sterdam, i652-'58. And New Orange, 1673-74. Vice- 
Director on the South River, 1658-64. Schout at 
Esopus, 1664. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Gerardus Beekman, M. D. 
(1653- 1 723). Captain of Militia, Flatbush, 1681. Major, 
1689. Lieutenant-Colonel Kings County Militia, 1698. 
Member of Governor Leisler's Council, 1690-91. Mem- 
ber of Council, 1705-23. President and Deputy Gov- 
ernor, 1709- 1 7 10. 



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Sixth in descent from Col. Henry Beekman, ist (1649- 
1716). Cadet on the South River, 1662. Captain of 
Ulster County Troop, 1685. Expedition to Albany. 
Member of Legislative Assembly, 1691-1716. Colonel 
of Militia, Province of New York. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Robert Livingston (1654- 
1728). First Lord of the Manor of Livingston. Mem- 
ber of the Council, Province of New York, 1 698-1 701. 
Member of the Assembly, 1709- 171 1. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. Covert Loockermans 
(....-....). Member of the Burgher Corps, 1653. 
Lieutenant in New York Militia, 1670. One of the 
Nine Men, 1647-49. Schepen, 1657-60. Indian Inter- 
preter, 1658. Indian Commissioner on Raritan River, 
1663. Led attack on Indians at Corlear's Hook, 1643. 
Lieutenant, 1673. 

Eighth in descent from Peter De Vries (....- ). 

President of the Twelve Men. Captain of New York 
Colonial Forces. 

Seventh in descent from Jacob Loper (....-....). Cap- 
tain-Lieutenant New York Colonial Forces. A Com- 
mander, June 14, 1647. Member of Governor Stuyves- 
ant's Council. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Fish ( - ). 

King Philip's War, Was a Captain. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Joseph Sackett (1656- 
1719), Newtown, Long Island. Lieutenant in Capt. 
Samuel Moore's Company, Newtown, 1689. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Jacobus Van Cortlandt (1658- 
....)• Colonel of Militia, Province of New York, 
1702. One of the Governor's Council, 1709. Represen- 
tative for the City and County of New York, 1710. 
Kings County Militia, 1717-18. Expedition to Canada, 
1711. 



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Sixth in descent from Balthazar Bayard (....-....). 
Representative from Bergen in the New Jersey Assem- 
bly, in 1668, under Governor Cartaret. 

Sixth in descent from Hon. Lewis Morris (1672-1746). 
Chief Justice of New York, 1720-38. First Governor, 
Province of New Jersey, 1738-46. 

Sixth in descent from John Berrian (. .. .-1711). Lieu- 
tenant of a Foot Company, Newtown, Long Island, 
1 700. 

Sixth in descent from John Barclay (....-1731). Dep- 
uty Governor of East Jersey under Governor Basse. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Edsall (1630-1706). 
Esopus War, 1663. Member of Governor Carteret's 
Council, Province of East Jersey, 1668, et seq. Lidian 
Interpreter, New Castle on Delaware, 1675-76. Coun- 
cilor under Leisler, Province of New York, 1689-91. 

Fifth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst 
(1610-....). First Resident Director of Colony of 
Rensselaerwyck, 1646-48. Commander of Fort at Rens- 
selaerwyck. 

Seventh in descent from Maj. Abraham Staats, M. D. 
(, . . .-1694). Captain, 1669, and Major of Foot at Al- 
bany. Surgeon at Rensselaerwyck. Member of Council 
Beverwyck, and its President, 1644. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. Jacob Walton (1703-1747). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Cornelius Van Home's Company, 
New York Militia, 1737. 

Ninth in descent from Lieut. Robert Feake (1610-1663). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Patrick's Company, Colonial 
Forces, 1632-36. Deputy to the First General Court of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1635-36. 

Eighth in descent from Cornelius Melyn (1602-....). 
President of Eight Men, 1643, Province of New Neth- 
erland. 



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Seventh in descent from Col, James Graham (1660- 
1701). Attorney-General of the Province of New York, 
1685, '87, '91 and 1701, Member and Speaker of the 
Provincial Assembly of New York. First Recorder of 
New York, 1683- 1700. 

Seventh in descent from Col. Oloflf Stevensen Van Cort- 
landt (1600-1684), New Amsterdam. Colonel of the 
Burgher Corps, 1649, 55' '64. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Betts (1613- 
1713). Member of the New York Provincial Assembly 
from Hempstead, 1665. High Sheriff of Yorkshire, 
Long Island, 1678-81. Captain, 1663. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. John Underbill (1600- 
1672). Officer of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company. In Pequot War. Governor of Exeter and 
Dover, New Hampshire, 1641. Led the Dutch Troops 
against the Simaroy Indians, 1644. 

Seventh in descent from Andrew Drauyer (....-....). 
Commandant of Fort Nassau, 1675. Commander and 
Schout. "Schout by Nacht." Admiral in the Dutch 
service. Commander Dutch squadron at New Amster- 
dam. 

Fifth in descent from Col. Frederick Van Cortlandt 
(....-....). Colonel of a Regiment of Militia in West- 
chester County, New York, 1741. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Petrus Stuyvesant (....- 
....). Captain of a Company of Queens County, New 
York, Provincial Forces. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Gerardus Stuyvesant (....- 
....). Captain of a Militia Company in New York, 
1738. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Nicholas William Stuy- 
vesant (,...-....). Commissioned a Captain of Mili- 
tia by Governor Don Gan, September 10, 1684. 



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Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats, M. D. (1657-1715). 
Member of Governor Leisler's Council, 1690, et seq. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Filyp Peiterse Van Schuy- 
ler (1628-1683). Captain New York Provincial Forces, 
1667. Captain of Foot at Schenectady, 1669. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Isaac Bedlow (....- 
1673). Captain New York City Militia. Member of 
Governor Lovelace's Council. Comptroller of the Port. 
Alderman of New York. 

Fifth in descent from Hon. Lewis Morris (1698-1762). 
Member of the Provincial Council of New York. In 
^yZJ Speaker of the Assembly. Commissary and 
Judge of High Court of Admiralty. 1756. * 

Eighth in descent from Richard WoodhuU (1620-1670). 
Magistrate at Setauket, and represented that place in 
the Hartford General Convention. Deputy Commander 
from Setauket. Long Island. 

Eighth in descent from Levinus Van Schaick (....- 
....). Fortified the Mill on Patroon Rensselaer's 
place, against the French and Indians, April 22, 1690. 
Ordered out with a party to join Tionondages and pur- 
sue the French and Indians, December 13, 1689. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Hardenbrook (....- 
1714). Ensign in a Regiment of Militia New York 
Forces, of which Abraham De Peyster was Colonel. 
Commissioned by the Earl of Bellomont, 1700. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Goosen Gerritse Van 

Schaick ( -1676). Lieutenant, 1670. At Albany, 

Rensselaerwyck and Schenectady, 1672. Captain, 1673. 
Dutch reoccupation of New Netherland. 

Sixth in descent from Rev. Thomas Barclay (....-....). 
Chaplain to the Fort at Albany, 1708. Officiated also 
at Schenectady and for the Indians until November 12, 
1712. 



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Sixth in descent from Richard Alsop (. .. .-1718). Pri- 
vate in a Troop of Horse in Queens County, New 
York, under command of Capt. Timothy Bagley, 171 5. 
Also private in the Company of Capt. Nathaniel Haz- 
ard, Queens County, 1715- 

104. MEYSENBURG, ROBERT CARR, Chicago, 111 2981 

Seventh in descent from Walter Chiles (....-....). 
Member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Speaker. 
Member of the Council, 1652. 

Sixth in descent from Walter Chiles (....-....). Mem- 
ber of the Virginia House of Burgesses from James 
City County. 

90. MOTTER, ISAAC, St. Joseph 2633 

Fourth in descent from William Duffield (1727-1799), 
Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Ensign of Capt. Isaiah 
Saddler's Associated Company, York County, 1756. 
Served under Col. Boquet, 1763-64. Headed a force 
of fifty men at Fort Louden, 1765, French and Indian 
troubles. 

155. MUDGE, SOLOMON HINCKLEY, St. Louis 3992 

Seventh in descent from John Mudge (1654-1733). Pri- 
vate in the Company of Capt. Moseley from Dedham, 
Massachusetts. King Philip's War. 

23. *NEWCOMB, GEORGE AMOS, St. Louis 1147 

Fourth in descent from Isaac Newcomb (1700-1761). A 
private in the Company of Capt. Richard Thayer, 
Miassachusetts Troops, 1747. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Brackett (1610- 
1690). Commander of the Militia of Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery Company of Boston, 1636. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1655-80. 

•Deceased. 




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II. OBEAR, FRANK, St. Louis 760 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Peregrine White (1620- 
1704). First child born of the EngHsh in New Eng- 
land. Captain of Massachusetts Troops, and Member 
of Council of War at Plymouth, 1675. 

128. PARKER, GEORGE TURNER, St. Louis 3424 

Ninth in descent from Maj. Aaron Cook (1610-1690). 

Major of the Hartford Troop, 1658. Deputy, 1668. 

Ensign, 1676. Captain of a Garrison in King Philip's 

War. 
Eighth in descent from John Case ( . . . .-1704). Deputy 

to the General Court of Connecticut, 1670, '74, '75, '91. 

Eighth in descent from James Eno (1651-1714). A 
soldier in King Philip's War. In the Great Swamp 
Fight. 

Fourth in descent from Jonas Stone (1725-....). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1775. 

Fifth in descent from Isaac Stone (1695-1776). Corporal 
in the Company of Capt. William Pierce. Col. John 
Whitcomb's Regiment, Massachusetts Provincial 
Forces, 1755. In Capt. Henry Emes' Company, 1757. 
In the Company of Capt. Israel Taylor, Col. Wilder's 
Regiment, for the Relief of Fort William Henry. In 
Capt. James Reed's Company, Col. Timothy Ruggles' 
Regiment, 1758. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Stone (i 635-1 715). 
Trooper under Maj. Willard against Ninigret, 1654. 
Captain of Lexington Company. 

Eighth in descent from Gregory Stone (1590- 1672). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony, 1638. 

Eighth in descent from John Bent (1603- 1672). Cor- 
poral in the Sudbury Company for defense against the 



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Indians in King Philip's War. Was on the rolls ten 
years. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Moore (1669-....). 
Private in the 2nd Company of Foot of Sudbury, Mas- 
sachusetts, under command of Capt. Josiah Richard- 
son, 1757. 

Eighth in descent from Nathan Gillette (....-1670). 
Trooper of the Windsor Company, under Capt. John 
Mason in Pequot War. 

Eighth in descent from Joseph Phelps (1667-1750). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1709-27. 
Scout under Lieut. Crocker, 17 12. 

Ninth in descent from William Phelps (1 599-1672.) One 
of the Eight Commissioners appointed by the Bay 
Colony, March 3, 1636, to govern the people of Con- 
necticut. Governor's Assistant, 1636, '42, '58, '62, and 
Member of Council, 1637, Pequot War. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Griswold (1638-1691). 
Built "Old Fort," Springfield. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut for Windsor and Killingworth. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Hastings (1605-1685). 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1673. 
Eighth in descent from John Coolidge (1604-1681). 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1658. 

Fourth in descent from John Wright (1743- 1825). Sec- 
ond Lieutenant of the loth Company, 3rd Regiment 
Connecticut Troops, 1759. 

Sixth in descent from James Parker (161 7-1 701). Lieu- 
tenant, 1673. Captain, 1678. Commanded Garrison at 
Groton, Massachusetts. 

Ninth in descent from Daniel Clark (1622-1710). Lieu- 
tenant I St Troop under Capt. John Mason, 1657-58. 
Captain, 1664-80. Secretary Colony of Connecticut, 
1658-63. Deputy, 1656-61. Magistrate, 1662-64. 



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Ninth in descent from William Spencer (....-1640). 
Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 
Lieutenant, 1638. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1638. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1639-40. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Williams (1598- 1693). 
Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany of Boston, 1644. 

Seventh in descent from Isaac Wheeler (1646-1712). 
Volunteer in the Narragansett War. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut for Stonington, 1692. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Park (....-,...). Vol- 
unteer in the Narragansett War. Soldier in King 
Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Wright (1610-1670). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut from Weth- 
ersfield, 1643. 

Fifth in descent from Oliver Moore (1707-1774). En- 
gaged in several campaigns in Canada as Private of the 
2nd Foot Company of Sudbury, Massachusetts, under 
command of Capt. Josiah Richardson, 1757. 

Seventh in descent from David Eno (1702-1745). Sims- 
bury, Connecticut. Served under Capt. Preston, and 
was killed, 1745. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Nathan Fiske (1642- 
1694). Lieutenant of Watertown, Massachusetts, Com- 
pany. 

Ninth in descent from John Peirce ( . . . .-1661). Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1638. Drummer 
of Watertown Company. 

Eighth in descent from John Ball (....-1675). Soldier 
at Lancaster, Massachusetts, where he was killed dur- 
ing that siege, September 10, 1675. 

Ninth in descent from John Grififin (....-1681), Wind- 
sor, Connecticut. Deputy, 1670. Temporary comman- 
der at Simsbury, 1673. Sergeant, 1675. 



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Ninth in descent from Michael Humphrey. Soldier in 
service with the Windsor Dragoons in 1670. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Rediat, Marlboro, Massa- 
chusetts. In Garrison at Marlboro under Lieut. John 
Rudock, against the Hassanenesit Indians, 1675. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Rice (1619-1712), 
Marlboro, Massachusetts. Member of West Middlesex 
Regiment, and quartered in his Garrison House, 1691. 
Ninth in descent from Edmund Wright (1594-1663), 
Sudbury, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts, 1640, '01, '43. 
Seventh in descent from Capt. William Eager (....- 
1690), Cambridge and Marlboro, Massachusetts. In 
Capt. Thomas Prentiss' Company, Middlesex Troop- 
ers, Mt. Hope Campaign, and under Lieut. Oakes, 
1675-76. 
Sixth in descent from Capt. Abraham Eager (1670- 
1734), Marlboro, Massachusetts. In Howe's Garrison, 
Marlboro, 171 1. 
Ninth in descent from John Purchase (. . . .-1645). Sol- 
dier in Pequot War with Capt. Mason, 1637. 
Tenth in descent from Capt. John Bissell (1591-1677), 
Windsor, Connecticut. Deputy to the General Court, 
1648, et seq. Served under Capt. John Mason, 1657-58. 
Captain of Windsor Troop, 1675-76, in King Philip's 
War. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Bolles (1608-1678). Royal 
Commissioner for Province of Maine. Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Ford (. . . .-1675). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1637-40. 
Eighth in descent from William Parke (1595-1685). 
Member Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 
1638. Represented Roxbury, Massachusetts, in the 



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General Court, 1635- 1667. Surveyor-General of Arms 
and Ammunition for the Colony, 1660. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Hyde (1626-1711). In 
Capt. Thomas Wheeler's Company Scouting near Sud- 
bury and Marlboro, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Boardman (1615-1673). 
Representative to the General Court of Connecticut, 
commencing 1657, for eighteen terms. Being present 
thirty-four sessions. Governor's Assistant, 1670. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Jonathan Boardman 
(1660-1712), Wethersfield, Connecticut. Ensign of the 
Train Band, 1698. Lieutenant, 1703. One of three in 
charge of Fort Deming. 

Ninth in descent from George Hubbard (1604-1684). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1639, 
'55, '56. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. John Wright (1709-1784). 
Second Lieutenant of loth Company, 3d Connecticut 
Regiment, 1759. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Wickham (1651-1730), 
Wethersfield, Connecticut. Cornet of the Troop. 

Eighth in descent from John Deming (1615-1705), Weth- 
ersfield, Connecticut. Representative to the General 
Court, 1649-61. And one of the Patentees named in the 
Charter of 1662. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Hurlbut (1642- 
1690). Sergeant of Militia of Wethersfield Indian 
Wars. 

Ninth in descent from Lieut. Thomas Hurlbut (1610- 
1671), Wethersfield, Connecticut. Under Lion Gardiner 
in the Pequot War. Clerk of Train Band, 1640. Dep- 
uty, 1644. Lieutenant at the Saybrook Fort. 

Ninth in descent from Richard Treat (1584-1669-70), 
Wethersfield, Connecticut. Magistrate and Assistant, 
1657-65. Deputy to the General Court fourteen years 



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up to 1657-8. Member Governor John Winthrop's 
Council. Named by King Charles 2d, in 1662, in the 
Charter of the Colony as one of the Patentees. 

Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Foote (1593-1644), 
Wethersfield, Connecticut. Representative to the Gen- 
eral Court, 1 64 1, '42, '44. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Wheeler (1602-1686), 
Stonington, Connecticut. Representative to the Gen- 
eral Court for Stonington, 1668-69. Private in Lieut. 
William Hasey's Three County Troop. Capt. Edward 
Hutchinson King Philip's War. 

Ninth in descent from Robert Park (1573-1665). Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Connecticut from 
Wetherford, 1642- 1652. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. John Woods (. . . .-1678). 
Sergeant of a Marlboro Garrison House, 1675. 

Seventh in descent from William Ward (1597-1687). 
Deputy to the General Court from Sudbury, 1644. And 
from Marlboro, 1666. In Garrison at Sudbury, King 
Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Johji Bouker (i 657-1721). Ensign 
of Howe's Garrison, No. 8, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from John Stow (1595-1643), Rox- 
bury, Massachusetts. Member Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company. 

Eighth in descent from Abraham Howe ( . . . .-1695). En- 
sign in King Philip's War. In charge of Marlboro Gar- 
rison, No. 8. 

Eighth in descent from Andrew Moore (....-1719). 
Soldier in Connecticut Colonial Service. 

Seventh in descent from Nathan Gillette (1655-1757). 
Soldier in Narragansett War. 

Ninth in descent from Humphrey Turner (....-1673). 
Scituate, Massachusetts. Representative Plymouth 
Colony, 1640. Private in Military Company. 



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Eighth in descent from Capt. Timothy Phelps (1639- 
1719). Lieutenant under Col. Wm. Whiting, Queen 
Anne's War. Captain, 1696. 
106. PARSONS, GENERAL LEWIS BALDWIN, Flora, Clay 

County, Illinois 2794 

Sixth in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons (1618- 
1683), Springfield, Massachusetts. Cornet in Capt. 
John Pynchon's Hampshire County Troop, 1672-78. In 
the early French and Indian Wars. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Joseph Parsons (1647- 
1727). In King Philip's War. Deputy, 1693, et seq. 

Fourth in descent from Deacon Henry Burt (1663-1748), 
Springfield, Massachusetts. Served against the Indians 
in 1698. 

Sixth in descent from Henry Burt (1615-1662), Dorches- 
ter and Springfield, Massachusetts. Member of the ist 
Military Company, of Springfield. In 1657 Clerk of the 
Company. 

Fifth in descent from Jonathan Burt (....-1715). At 
the burning of Springfield, Massachusetts, October 5, 
1675. During King Philip's War was one of those who 
defended the town. 

Sixth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin (....- 
..,.). Appointed by the General Court of Massachu- 
setts Bay Colony to govern Springfield. At its burn- 
ing in King Philip's War was a participant in repelling 
the attack from fortified houses. 

Sixth in descent from Quartermaster George Colton 
(....-....), Springfield. Quartermaster Hampshire 
County Troop, 1663. In King Philip's War. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. John Hitchcock (1642- 
1712). In Capt. William Turner's Company, King 
Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Luke Hitchcock (1655- 
1727), Springfield, Massachusetts. Under Capt. Tur- 
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Sixth in descent from Ensign Benjamin Cooley (....- 
1694), Springfield, Massachusetts. Ensign of Hamp- 
shire Regiment under Maj. John Pynchon. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Leonard Hoar (1682-1771), 
Brimfield, Massachusetts. Captain at Brimfield. 

Sixth in descent from John Hoar ( -....), Scituate 

and Concord, Massachusetts. Member of Scituate Com- 
pany, 1643. In King PhiHp's War. 

Third in descent from Aaron Parsons (1712-1795). In 
the Battle of Lake George. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Josiah Jones (1640-1714). 
Captain of Militia. Comm^ided the 3rd Military Pre- 
cinct of Watertown. 

Fourth in descent from Henry Baldwin (1664-1739), 
Woburn, Massachusetts. In King Philip's War. 

Fifth in descent from James Warriner (1641-1727). 
Soldier under Col. Pynchon, 1668. Built Gilbert Fort, 
Brookfield. 

107. PARTRIDGE, ARTHUR SAMUEL, St. Louis 3055 

Fourth in descent from Eli Parker (1729- ). Served 

in Capt. Samuel Whiting's Company of Medway, 
Massachusetts, as Private, 1745. Served as Private in 
Capt. Thomas Wiswall's 3rd Foot Company of Militia, 
Mendon, Massachusetts, 1757. 

156. RICHER, OLIVER SHEPPARD, Joplin 4001 

Tenth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin, Spring- 
field, Massachusetts. Appointed by the General Court 
of Massachusetts Bay Colony to Govern Springfield. 
At its burning in King Philip's War was a participant in 
repelling the attack from fortified houses. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Marshfield (1630-1692). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1680, 
'83, '84. 



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•'THE PURITAN." 

By Augustus St. Gaudens, Stearns Park, Springfield, Mass. 

Contributed by Oliver Sheppard Picher, Joplin. 



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CAPTAIN CHAS. PRINCE, R. N. 

From a medalion on porcelain taken in London. 

His sword is now in the possession of Laurence 
Lempriere Prince, St. Louis. 



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Eighth in descent from Lieut. Andrew Newcomb (1640- 
1708), Edgartown, Massachusetts. Lieutenant, 1691. 
In command of the fortification there. 

Tenth in descent from Nathaniel Foote ist (1593-1644). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1641-44. 

Ninth in descent from Josiah Churchill ( . . . .-1686). In 
Wethersfield Company of Troop, Pequot War. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Elmer (1610-1676), Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts. Killed by Indians, King Philip's 
War. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Ogden (1670- 1745). 
Lieutenant in Capt. Joseph Seeley's Company Cumber- 
land County, New Jersey, Militia. 

141. PORTER, VALENTINE MOTT, St. Louis 3664 

Seventh in descent from Amout Cornelise Viele (1620- 
17CX)). Raised arms of Duke of York at Onontague, 
1684. Prisoner of the French, 1687. Secured the Cap- 
ture of le Chevalier d 'Eau, 1689. Gave notice of 
Indian War, 1689. Warning of French and Indian 
raid, 1695. Ordered to watch Indians at Onnondage, 
1699. Military interpreter. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Eddy (1608- 1685). 
Member of Plymouth Company, 1643. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Paddock (....-1650). 
Member of the Plymouth Military Company, 1643. 

86. PRATT, CHARLES ALEXANDER, Little Rock, Arkansas 2525 
Sixth in descent from John Rogers (..,.^-1661), Wey- 
mouth, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 
1 669. ^ - . ^ . ,.--'"'■" 

154. PRINCE LAURENCE LEMPRIERE, St. Louis 3991 

Fourth in descent from Capt. Clement Lempriere. Cap- 
tain of the 74-Gun Ship of the Line "Centaur" at the 
siege of Havana, June, 1762. 



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Third in descent from Lieut. Charles Prince. Lieutenant 
of the Frigate "Mercury," at the siege of Havana, 1762. 

50. RANDALL, JOHN FREDERIC, St. Louis 1277 

Seventh in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620- 
1694). Captain, New London County Forces in King 
PhiHp's War. Served in Maj. John Mann's Exedition 
and in Maj. Talcott's Expedition. Second in Command 
to Maj. Robert Treat in the Great Swamp Fight. Served 
on the Frontier. Captured the Indian Chief Canonchet. 
Chosen with Maj. John Mason to assist the Pequot 
Chiefs to Govern their tribes. Assistant and Deputy 
from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms. 
Colony of Connecticut. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. James Avery (1620- 1694). 
Ensign Lieutenant and Captain of the New London 
Company. Served throughout King Philip's War, 
in Command of forty English from Stonington, New 
London and Lyme. In 1676 was Captain of one of the 
four companies which protected the frontier. Was in 
the Great Swamp Fight. Twelve times Deputy to the 
General Court, 1656-80. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. James Avery, Jr. (1646- 
1732). Lieutenant in the Connecticut Colonial Forces. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1690, '92, 
'94, '95' '97> ^702, '07, '08, '10, '11, '12. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. James Avery, 3rd, (1673- 
1754). Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1715, '18, '24, '26, '31, '35. Ensign, 1716. Lieutenant, 
1 72 1. Captain of First Groton Company, 1728. Jus- 
tice New London County, 1726-35. Appointed Guar- 
dian of the Pequot Indians. Served on the Frontier and 
in Garrison. 

Fourth in descent from Lieut.-Col. Ebenezer Avery 
(1704-1780). Ensign First Groton Company, 1741. 
Captain, 1749. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1770. Eighth Regi- 



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ment Connecticut Militia. Deputy to the General Court, 
1738, '41, '46. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton (1616-1677). 
Indian Interpreter to John Winthrop, the younger, in 
Connecticut before the Pequot War. Served in the 
Pequot War, and rendered valuable services at Say- 
brook Fort. Indian Interpreter to the General Court of 
Connecticut in all controversies between the Whites and 
the Indians. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Stanton (1653-1724). In- 
terpreter in the Pequot War. In Great Swamp Fight. 
In King Philip's War. Took part in capture of Canon- 
chet under Capt. George Denison. 

Eighth in descent from Walter Palmer (1598- 1662). 
Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 
1645-47. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Miner (1608-1690). 
Sergeant, 1649. Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1650-51, et seq. Captain in King Philip's 
War. Chief Military Officer at Mystic, 1665. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Miner (1675-1762). 
Lieutenant Stonington Train Band, 1707. Captain, 
1715. Deputy to the General Court, 1722, '28, '34, '35. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Miner (1642-1724). En- 
sign, 1676. Was in King Philip's War. Was at the 
capture of Canonchet. Deputy to the General Court 
of Connecticut, 1690-1704. 

Fourth in descent from Simeon Miner (1708-. . . .). En- 
sign and Lieutenant of the Stonington Train Band. 
Eighteen times Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1739-61. 

Eighth in descent from William Denison (1586-1653). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts. Mem- 
ber of Roxbury Militia, 1636. 



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Fifth in descent from Capt. George Denison, Jr. (1698- 
^737)- Captain New London Train Band, 1707. Mem- 
ber of the Council, 1710-13. 

Sixth in descent from John Denison (1646-1698). En- 
sign New London County Forces, 1673. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1694-95. Fought against 
the Narragansetts with his father, Capt. George Deni- 
son. Was at the capture of Canonchet. 

Fourth in descent from Daniel Denison (1703-1760). En- 
sign of New London Train Band, 1736. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. John Gallop (1616-1675), 
New London, Connecticut. Captain of the ist Com- 
pany Connecticut Forces under Maj. Robert Treat. 
Killed at the Great Swamp Fight, December 19, 1675. 

Sixth in descent from Benadam Gallup (1655-1727). 
Served in King Philip's War. With Volunteers went to 
Vineyard Harbor, 1698, capturing a Private Sloop. 

Eighth in descent from Elder William Brewster (1566- 
1644). Member and Chaplain of the First Military 
Company, organized at Plymouth under Capt. Myles 
Standish, and served against the Indians. 

Seventh in descent from Jonathan Brewster (1590-1659), 
Duxbury, Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court 
of Plymouth Colony from Duxbury, 1639, 4^' '4^> '44- 
Member of Capt. Myles Standish's Company. Military 
Commissioner Pequot War. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1657. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Webster (1602-1686). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1673. 

Sixth in descent from Isaac Wheeler (1646-1712). Ston- 
ington, Connecticut. In King Philip's War, 1676. Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1692. 

Eighth in descent from Comfort Starr (....-1659). 
Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1642. 



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Seventh in descent from Dr. Thomas Starr (1616-1658). 
Surgeon of Forces against the Pequots. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Starr (1668-1711). In 
Port Royal Expedition, 1710. 

Seventh in descent from Elder William Wetherell (1600- 
1684). Deputy from Duxbury to the General Court of 
Plymouth Colony, 1642. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Daniel Wetherell ( 1630- 
1719). Captain and Commissary at New London, King 
Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. James Morgan (1644-1711). 
Soldier in King Philip's War. Captain of Dragoons, 
1690. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1 689- 1 706. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. James Morgan, Sr. (1607- 
1685). Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1657-70. In Pequot War. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Lay (1618-1689). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1666-78. 

Sixth in descent from Nehemiah Smith, Jr. (1646-1727), 
Stonington, Connecticut. A soldier in King Philip's 
War. 

Seventh in descent from Cary Latham (....-1685). 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut. 1664-66. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Culver (1600-1685). 

Soldier in King Philip's War. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Matthew Griswold (1620- 
1698). Founder of the town of Lyme, Connecticut. 
Lieutenant of the Lyme Train Band. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1654, '67, '68, '85. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott (1578- 1655). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1639- 1654. 
Magistrate or Assistant Governor, 1643-55. 



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124. REID, WILLIAM MAGRAW, Kansas City 3292 

Third in descent from William Austin (1750- 1800). 
Captain of Bedford County, Virginia, Militia, 1772. 

97. RIDGELY, FRANKLIN LEE, St. Louis 2825 

Fifth in descent from Dr. James Benson ( . . . .-1709). 
Captain of a Troop of Horse, Talbot County, Mary- 
land, 1693. 
Fourth in descent from Stephen Hopkins (1707- 1785). 
A member of the Rhode Island Assembly during most 
of the years from 1732 to 1752, and was Speaker at 
various sessions, 1738-49. Was one of the Committee 
at the Albany Convention of 1754 which drafted a plan 
of colonial union. Governor of Rhode Island, 1755- 
57. 1758-62, 1763-65, 1767-68. 

92. RIGGS, MANFRED MOSES, Orogrande, New Mexico. . 2820 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Riggs (1632-1722), Glou- 
cester, Massachusetts. Town Clerk fifty-one years. 
Selectman tvv^enty years. Deputy to the General Court, 
1700. 

139. RODES, FRANK, St. Louis 3663 

Fourth in descent from Maj. Robert Harris (1690- 1765). 
Member of House of Burgesses for Hanover County, 
Virginia, 1736-38, 1740-42. 

Fifth in descent from Edward Masterson (1705-....), 
Fairfax County, Virginia. Soldier in French and In- 
dian Wars. 

Fourth in descent from John Lindsay (1728-. . . . ). Sol- 
dier in French and Indian Wars. 

Fourth in descent from William Gilbert (1735-1790)- 
Soldier under command of Governor Tryon, Was in 
the Battle of Allamance, 1771. 

Sixth in descent from William Kinshen, Sr. (1690-1757). 
Member of the Legislature from Bertie County, North 
Carolina, 1733. 




TO.MU OF CAI'T. JAMES SAXDES, 

Great-grandson of Archbishop Sandes. at Block Island, R. I., born 1622. died 
i6g5, ancestor of all of the names of Sands-Sandys in America. He married a 
grandniece of the celebrated Ann Hutchinson, and settled in 1640 at Ports- 
mouth, R. I.; in 1660 he and sixteen others purchased Block Island, R. I., from 
the Indians and three white men, and removed to the Island, where he was 
prominent in affairs. The smaller tomb on the right is that of Edw'ard, a son 
of Capt. James Sandes. 

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MERCY SANDS. 

Granddaughter of James Sands, of Block Island, born 1693 at Long Island, and 
married Richard Stillwell of New York City ; mother of six beautiful daughters, 
all remarkable women. One became grandmother of the celebrated Lady Hol- 
land, another became grandmother of the unfortunate Theodosia Burr, only 
daughter of Col. Aaron Burr. 

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THIRD LADY HOLLAND, GREAT-GRAXDDAUGIITER OF MERCY SANDS, 

Celebrated as the friend of Byron, Moore, Sheridan, and all the wits and beaux who 
frequented her home Holland House, I^ondon ; also friend of Napoleon ist and Josephine, 
and she and the Duchess of Devonshire would don the buff and blue and electioneer for 
Fox, uncle of Lord Holland. She and her friends sympathized with the Americans 
during the Revolution. In the British Museum is a snuff-box presented to Napoleon by 
Pope Pius VL ; Napoleon on his death left it to his friend " Lady Holland." Lord Car- 
lisle wished her to reject the gift ; here are two verses from his poem : 
" Lady reject the gift, beneath its lid 

Discord, and slaughter, and relentless war. 
With every plague to wretched man, lie hid — 
Let not these loose, to range the world afar: 
Say what congenial to his heart of stone 

In thy soft bosom could the Tyrant trace? 
When does the Dove the Eagle's friendship own 
Or the Wolf hold the Lamb in pure embrace? " 
But Tom Moore's verse was more consonant to her feelings : 
" Gift of the Hero on his dying day 

To her, whose pity watch'd for ever nigh. 
Oh ! cou'd he see the proud, the happy ray 
This relic lights up in her generous eye. 
Sighing, he'd feel how easy 'tis to pay 

A friendship— all his Kingdom cou'd not buy." 
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MISS THEODOSIA CURR. 

Theodosia lUirr, daughter of Col. Aaron Burr, N'ice-President of the United 
States, and his wife Theodosia IJartow grand-daughter of Mercy Sands. After 
the fatal duel with Hamilton. Burr visited Europe and was often the guest 
of Lady Holland of Holland House, who was a second cousin of his deceased 
wife: later Burr's misunderstood schemes for the expansion of the United 
States brought upon him the deep party hatred of his rivals and he was forced 
into retirement; while sick and dying his affectionate daughter Theodosia, then 
the wife of Col. Allston, (iovernor of South Carolina, sailed from Charlestown 
for New York to see her father ; the vessel never after was heard from. 

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TOMB OF SIR SAMUEL SANDYS, 

Eldest son of Archbishop Sandes at Wickhamford, and 

HOME AND TOMB OF PENELOPE WASHINGTON, 

Died i6g7, 2d cousin 2 removes to George Washington. Her mother was a second time 

married to Col Samuel Sandys great-grandson of the Archbishop who became the st 

Lord Sandys of Ombersley and W ickhamford, Worcester. 

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TOMB OF CIClil.V, WIDOW OF AKCHBISHOl' SANDES, 
AT WOODHAM FERRERS, ESSEX. 

On the right-hand side of the escutcheon is inscribed: "Samuel Sandys 
Knt, eldest son of the said Cicely, who of his love and pietie to his said mother, 
hath at his own cost erected this monument, in the year of our Lord 1619, being 
then High Sheriff of the County of Worcester." 

On the left side of the escutcheon: " Sir Edwyn Sandys Knt hir 2 sonne. 
Sir Miles Sandys Knt and P.art 3 sonne. William Sandys who died in his youth. 
Thomas Sandys F^sq. s sonne. Henry Sandys Esq. 6 sonne. Geo. Sandys Esq. 
7 sonne. Margaret married to Anthony Aucher of Bourne in Kent, Esq. Ann 
hir 2 daughter married to Sir William Barn of Woolwich." (Horant's Essex 

Robert Sandys, eldest son of the above " Thomas Sandys Esq. s^ sonne '' 
married Alice VVashington, daughter of Lawrence Washington, of Sulgrave 
and Brington, who died 1616. She was a niece of Walter Washington, of Rad- 
way, Co. Warwick; died 1597, and whose widow Alice, married John Wood- 
ward, of Stratford-upon-Avon. She was a first cousin of John Washington, of 
Radway, Co. Warwick, (son of Walter and Alice Washington of same place), 
who married Mary, daughter of George Danvers, of Billsworth, Noithampton, 
F2sq.. and who had a son named George Washington. She was aunt of Col. 
Henry Washington, d. 1663, whose widow F^lizabeth, married Samuel Sandys 
Esq., of Ombersley, Worcester, a grandson of above Sir Samuel Sandys "eldest 
son." Also sister of Margaret (widow of Thornton, d, 1666) who married Sir 
Sandys Knt. 

She (Alice, wife of Robert Sandys), was aunt of John W'ashmgton, born 
1633. died 1684, married .\nne Pope, sister of Thomas Pope of Bristol, merchant, 
which John Washington emigrated to Virginia, and became the great-grand- 
father of George Washington, the father of his country, (Waters" Gleanmgs.) 

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OLD MILL AT BLOCK ISLAND, R. I. 

Ituilt by Capt. James Sands, about 1660. Xothing now remains but the ruins of the foundation. 

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and America, by James T. Sands. St. Ltuis. 



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FACSIMILE OF ENTRY IN DOOMESDAY P.OOK UNDER COUNTY OF 

HAMPSHIRE. 

"Ulnod," a Saxon, who dwelt at a place in the Isle of Wight called "Sands" when 
Doomesday Book was compiled, took his name from the place where he lived, and all of 
the name of Sandes-Sandys or Sands in England or America are descended from him. 

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by James T. Sands, St. Louis. 



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Edwin Sandes, Archbishop of Yorke. time l-llizaljeth, called by many writers "The First Puritan." 

Sir Edwin Sandys (from First Republic in America, by Alexander Diown), 2nd son of Archbishop, and London 
Treasurer of the London \'irginia Company, 1620; Author of all their Charters, the Charter for the Mayflower 
Company, and Avithor of the Code for Virginia House of Burgesses. 

George Sandys, youngest son of Archbishop: Resident Treasurer at Jamestown, 1620, of London \'irginia Com- 
pany ; First Poet in America. 

ScROOBY Manor, leased by Archbishop Sandes to Brewster, father of Elder Brewster, of Massachusetts, who. on 
death of his father, leased from Sir Samuel Sandys, the Archbishop's eldest son. The first Separatist C hurch 
was organized in Scrooby Manor, Nottinghamshire. 

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TOAIU OF ARCIIUISHOP SANDES (AT S( JUTHWELLj. 

Died 1588. At the time of tlie death of Edward VI., Sandes was the \'ice-Chancellor of the University of Cam- 
bridge, and preached a sermon proclaiming Lady Jane Grey Queen: a few days afterwards Mary became 
Queen and had Sandes arrested and placed in the Tower, where he remained seven months ; on being Hberated 
he fled, with other reformers, to Germany, where he remained until the death of Mary and the accession of 
Elizabeth, when he returned to England and became successively Bishop of Worcester, Ijishop of London and 
finally Archbishop of Vorke ; he was liberal in his views, was the first married bishop, and by many writers is 
called the "First Puritan." 



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SANDS COAT OF ARMS. 

Used by the family from the time Coat Armor was first used in England. 

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and America, by James T. Sands, St. Louis. 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

31. ROGERS, ALFRED HARRISON, Joplin 1155 

Fourth in descent from Timothy Green (1735-1812). 
Was Commissioned July 18, 1763, a Captain in the 2d 
BattaHon of the Pennsylvania Regiment in active serv- 
ice under Col. Boquet, during his expedition for the 
relief of Fort Pitt in 1763 and '64. 

51. SARIN, DAVID DICKEY, Belvidere, Illinois 1278 

Sixth in descent from Benjamin Sabin (1646-1725). 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1719-23. 
Seventh in descent from William Sabin. Deputy to the 

General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1657, '59, '60, '61, 

'70, '71. 

3. SANDS, JAMES THOMAS, St. Louis 752 

Sixth in descent from Capt. James Sands (1622-1695). 
Deputy of New Shoreham County, Rhode Island, 1665. 
Assistant Warden, 1676. Commanded the New Shore- 
ham Company in King Philip's War, and his house was 
turned into a fort and garrisoned by him. 
Seventh in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell (1595- 
1696). Ensign, Portsmouth Militia, 1642-44. Who 
served with Governor Kieft against Indians, Colony of 
Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from John Talcott (1600-1660), Weth- 
ersfield, Connecticut. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1634-36. Deputy to General Court of 
Connecticut, 1637-53. Assistant, 1654-60. Treasurer, 
1652-60. Commissioner for the United Colonies, 
1656-58. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. Samuel Wright (1629- 
1675). Sergeant in King Philip's War. Killed at 
Northampton, 2d December. 

45. SHAPLEIGH, ALFRED LEE, St. Louis 1272 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Shapleigh (1640- 
1706). Sergeant, 1663. Ensign, 1665. Lieutenant, 



82 ^ocietg of Cofoniaf ^(XX6. 

State General 

Society No. Society Wo. 

1696, of Kittery Company, County of York, Massachu- 
setts bay Province. Representative to the General 
Court, 1696. Killed by the Indians at Spruce Creek 
(Kittery), April 29, 1706. His son, Nicholas, was cap- 
tured at the same time, and carried to Canada and in- 
humanly treated ; was afterwards released and returned 
home. 
Sixth in descent from Capt. Tobias Langdon (1660- 
1725), Portsmouth County Provincial Troops. Com- 
missioned Ensign, 1689. Lieutenant, 1692. Captain, 
1696, King William and Queen Anne's Wars, Province 
of New Hampshire. 

Sixth in descent from John Plaisted, Representative to the 
General Court of New Hampshire, 1693. 

Fourth in descent from Nicholas Shapleigh (1720-. . . .). 
Soldier in Blue Troop of Horse, Sir William Pepper- 
rell's Regiment, 1757. 

Fifth in descent from Maj. Nicholas Shapleigh (1680- 
....). Representative to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts from York County, Maine, 1733. Captain and 
Major of York County Troops, 1733. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Withers (1606- 1685), 
Commissioner, 1644. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1656. 

Eighth in descent from Alexander Shapleigh (1585- 
1650). Commissioner for Sir Ferdinando Gorges, Lord 
Proprietor of Province of Maine. 

Fifth in descent from Elisha Plaisted, captured by the 
Indians, September 18, 1712, and ransomed by his 
father later for £300. First Representative to General 
Court of Massachusetts for Berwick, Maine, 1714. 

Seventh in descent from Roger Plaisted (1627-1675). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts from 
Kittery, Maine, 1663, '64, '65, 73. Lieutenant of Kit- 
tery Company, 1668-75. Associate Justice, 1673. Assist- 





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Society No. * ' Society No. 

ant, 1675, Killed by Indians at Salmon Falls, October 
16, 1675, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Stanyan, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts for Hampton, New 
Hampshire, 1654-80. 

Seventh in descent from John Pickering, Jr., Deputy to 
General Court of Massachusetts for Portsmouth, New 
Hampshire, 1680. Member of Assembly of New Hamp- 
shire, 1684-91. Deputy from Portsmouth to the Conven- 
tion to choose a form of government, 1690. Lieutenant 
of Portsmouth Company, 1690. Captain, 1692. 

Sixth in descent from Col. John Wheelwright, Comman- 
der at Fort Saco, Maine, 1702. Maintained a Garrison 
at Wells, 1703, '04, '11. Captain in Queen Anne's War, 
1712. Colonel and Commander of Forces, 1722. 1708 
chosen Judge of Court of Common Pleas, and served 
twenty-five years. In 1749, chosen officer for purchas- 
ing provisions for the forces. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Wheelwright, Deputy to 
General Court of Massachusetts for York, Maine, 1671- 
y'j. Associate, 1676. Maintained a Garrison at Wells, 
1675-89. Judge of Court of Common Pleas in 1694, 
and served six years. 

Eighth in descent from Jeremy Houchin, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts for Hingham, 1651, 
'52, '53, '54, '55, '57, '58. Deputy for Salisbury, 1663, 
'65, '67. 

Ninth in descent from Deputy-Governor Ambrose Gib- 
bons (1600-1656). Deputy-Governor of New Hamp- 
shire, 1630. Captain, Portsmouth Colony Alarm, 1643. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Sherburne, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts from Portsmouth, New 
Hampshire, 1660. 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

149. SHARP, CHARLES EDWARD, St. Louis 3897 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Jan Jansen Bleecker (1642- 
1732). Albany Militia, 1676. French and Indian War, 
1689. 

150. SHELTON, RICHARD THEODORE, St. Louis 3904 

Sixth in descent from Maj. Robert Harris (1690-1765). 
Member of House of Burgesses for Hanover County, 
Virginia, 1736, '38, 1740, '42. 

152. SHEPARD, Prof. EDWARD MARTIN, Sc. D., Spring- 
field, 3954 

Third in descent from Eldad Shepard (1740-1807). Pri- 
vate in Lieut.-Col. Nathan Payson's Company, Connec- 
ticut Troops, 1758. Private in the same Company Gen. 
Lyman's Regiment Connecticut Troops Campaign of 
1759- 

Seventh in descent from Maj. William Bradford (1654- 
1704). Deputy Governor, Plymouth Colony, 1682, '86, 
'89, '92. Assistant, 1668, '82. Commanded Plymouth 
Forces Great Swamp Fight. Commissioner of the 
United Colonies. 

Eighth in descent from Governor William Bradford 
(1589- 1 651). Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Robert Webster (1652- 
1676), Middletown, Connecticut. Lieutenant, 1654. 
King Philip's War, 1675. 

Eighth in descent from Governor John Webster ( 1 590- 
1661). Deputy, 1637. Governor's Assistant, 1630-55. 
Deputy Governor, 1655. Governor, 1656. First Mag- 
istrate, 1657-59. 

Seventh in descent from Sergt. John Shepard (1627- 
1707), Hartford, Connecticut. In Indian War Expedi- 
tions to Deerfield and Albany, 1692. Captain John Bull. 



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Society No. Society I^o. 

153. SKINNER, CHARLES MATHER, St. Louis 3988 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Skinner (1684-1755), 
Maiden, Massachusetts, and Colchester, Connecticut. 
Sergeant Colchester County Militia. 

117. SMITH, GEORGE KIMBALL, St. Louis 3246 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Philip Smith (1633-1684), 
Hadley, Massachusetts. Lieutenant of Hampshire 
County Troop, 1678. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1680-84. 

144. SMITH, RALPH LANCASTER, St. Louis 3722 

Tenth in descent from Governor John Winthrop (1587- 
1649). First Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
1629. Assistant, 1635 and 1641. Deputy Governor, 
1636 and 1644. Commissioner for United Colonies, 
1643 and 1645. Colonel Suffolk Regiment, 1636. 

142. SMITH, HAMILTON, Paris, France 3696 

Tenth in descent from Governor John Winthrop (1587- 
1649). First Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
1629. Assistant, 1635 ^"^1 1641. Deputy Governor, 
1636 and 1644. Commissioner for United Colonies, 1643 
and 1645. Colonel Suffolk Regiment, 1636. 

13. SPENCER, Hon. SELDEN PALMER, A. M., Ph. D., St. 

Louis , 762 

Fifth in descent from Isaac Spencer (1678-1751). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1734. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer (1614- 
1685). Commissioned Ensign, 1656. Served in King 
Philip's War. Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1674, '75, '78, '79, '80, '83. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. William Pratt (1653-1718), 
Was granted permission in 1675, ^X the Council at 
Hartford, to fortify and garrison his house. Appointed 



86 ^octetg of Cofonidf Wars. 

State General 

Society No. Society J\o. 

Lieutenant of Connecticut troops in 1709, and Captain 
of the First Company or Train Band, May, 17 17. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. WiUiam Pratt (....- 
....). Lieutenant of the Saybrook Forces that fought 
under Mason in Pequot War. Deputy, 1666-67. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. WilHam Brockway (1723- 
1798). Captain of the Fifth Company or Train Band 
in the town of Lyme. 

Eighth in descent from John Clark (. . . .-1673). Paten- 
tee of Connecticut under the Charter from Charles IL, 
1663. Soldier of the Pequot War, 1637. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1641-65. 

Seventh in descent from Dr. John Wilson (1660-1724). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts from 
Braintree, 1698. Graudated, 1642, in first class of Har- 
vard University. The first physician in Braintree. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. Richard Church (1608- 
1667). Plymouth Volunteer in Pequot War, 1637. 

Ninth in descent from Rev. John Wilson (1558-1667). 
With Governor Winthrop and Deputy-Governor Dud- 
ley as Ruling Elder, organized the first church in Bos- 
ton. Chaplain of Massachusetts Troops in an Expedi- 
tion against the Pequots. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Selden (1651-1724). A 
Soldier in King Philip's War. Was in the Falls Fight, 
May 18, 1676. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Alexander Marsh (1628- 
1698). An officer in the Indian Wars, and Deputy to 
the General Court of Massachusetts, 1692. 

Seventh in descent from John Pratt (1644-....). En- 
sign of Train Band of Saybrook, 1684. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1684, '89, '91. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Pratt (....-....). 
Lieutenant of the First Company or Train Band of Say- 



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Society No. Society No. 

brook, 1717. Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1719, '21. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Selden (1695-1745). 
Lieutenant and Captain of the Third Company or Train 
Band of Lyme, 1738, '40. Deputy to the General Court 
of Connecticut, 1744. 

Fourth in descent from Col. Samuel Selden (1723-1776). 
Lieutenant of the Fifth Company of Lyme, 1752. 
Major, October, 1774. Colonel of the Battalion of Foot, 
June, 1776. Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1762, '63, '64, '65, '66, '68, '69, '71, '72, '73. 

Seventh in descent from William Dudley (1639-1700). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1682, '83, 
'84, '85, '87, '92, '93, '94, '95. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Dudley (1674-. . . . ). En- 
sign and Lieutenant of the Company or Train Band of 
Saybrook, 1724-28. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1721. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lee (....-1705. En- 
sign of the Company or Train Band of Lyme. Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1676-85. 

Seventh in descent from Reinold Marvin (..,.-1676). 
Sergeant of Connecticut Troops, 1661. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1670-75. 

Sixth in descent from John Colt (i 658-1 751). Ensign 
of the Company or Train Band of Lyme, 1709. Lieu- 
tenant, 1717. Captain, 1723. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1712, '19, '22, '2^, '24, '26, '28, 
'29, '30, '31. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Ely (1697-1777). Ensign 
of the North Company or Train Band of Lyme, 1723. 
Lieutenant, 1726. Captain, 1733. Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court of Connecticut, 1719, '24, '25, '26, '28, '37. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Peck (1641-1718), 
Ensign of the Company or Train Band of Lyme, 1678. 



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State General 

Society No. Society JNo. 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1676, '90, 
'91, '95, '96, '97, '98, '99, 1700, '01, '02, '03, '04, '05, '06, 
'08, '09, '10. 

Eighth in descent from George Clark (1610-1690). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut 1664, '66, '69, 
'73- 

Eighth in descent from Reinold Marvin, 3d. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 171 1-28. 

14. SPENCER, HORATIO NELSON, M. D., LL. D., St. 

Louis 763 

Fourth in descent from Isaac Spencer (1678-1751). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Connecticut, 1734. 

Sixth in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer (1614- 
1685). Commissioned Ensign, 1656. Served in King 
Philip's War. Deputy to the General Court of Con- 
necticut, 1674, '75, '78, '79, '80, '83. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. William Pratt (1653-1718). 
Was granted permission in 1675 by the Council at 
Hartford to fortify and garrison his house. Appointed 
Lieutenant of Connecticut Troops in 1709, and Captain 
of the First Company or Train Band, May, 171 7. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. William Pratt (....-.,..). 
Lieutenant of the Saybrook forces that fought under 
Mason in Pequot War. Deputy, 1666-67. 

Third in descent from Capt. William Brockway (1723- 
1798). Captain of the Fifth Company or Train Band in 
the town of Lyme. 

Seventh in descent from John Clark ( . . . .-1673). Paten- 
tee for Connecticut under the Charter from Charles II., 
1663. Soldier of the Pequot War, 1637. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1641-65. 

Sixth in descent from Dr. John Wilson (1660-1724). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts from 
Braintree, 1698. Graduated, 1642, in first class of Har- 
vard University. The first physician in Braintree. 




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THE SPEXCER ANCESTRAL CHURCH, 

Stotfold, Bedfordshire, England. 

Contrilnited by Dr. Horatio Nelson Spencer, St. Louis. 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Church (1608- 
1667), Plymouth. Volunteer in Pequot War, 1637. 

Eighth in descent from Rev. John Wilson (1558-1667). 
With Governor Winthrop and Deputy-Governor Dud- 
ley as Ruling Elder, organized the first church in Bos- 
ton. Chaplain of Massachusetts Troops in Expedition 
against Pequots. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Selden (1651-1724). A 
Soldier in King PhiHp's War. Was in the Falls Fight, 
May 18, 1676. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Alex. Marsh (1628-1698). 
An Officer in the Indian Wars and Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts, 1692. 

132. STEARNS, MELVIN HALL, St. Louis 3438 

Seventh in descent from Jeremiah Jewett (1637-1714), of 
Ipswich, Massachusetts. Soldier in King Philip's War. 

96. STICKNEY, WILLIAM ALBERT, St. Louis 2824 

Fourth in descent from Abraham Stickney (1703-1783). 
Served under Lieut. Peter Abbot, 1722. Marched for 
the relief of Fort William Henry, from Tewksbury to 
Worcester, in Col. Eleazer Tyng's Regiment, as Ensign 
in command of Soldiers drawn out of Capt. William 
Brown's Company. Served in 1758, on the Expedition 
to Lake George in Col. Tyng's Regiment, under com- 
mand of Gen. Amherst. 

135- STILES, Hon. EDWARD HOLCOMB, Kansas City 3659 

Third in descent from Hezekiah Holcomb (1726-1795). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut for the 
town of Simsbury, 1773. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Sherwood (1585-1655). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut from Hart- 
ford, 1645-47. 



90 ^ocietg of Cofoniaf Wdts. 

State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Fourth in descent from Joshua Holcomb (1677-1767). 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut for town of 

Simsbury, 1756. 
Fifth in descent from Joshua Holcomb (1640-1695). 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut for town of 

Simsbury, 1670, '71, '90. 

49. TUTTLE, Rt. Rev. DANIEL SYLVESTER, D. D., LL. 

D., BISHOP OF MISSOURI, St. Louis 1276 

Fourth in descent from Daniel Tuttle (1680- 1748). Cap- 
tain of the South East Company or Train Band of Wal- 
lingford, Connecticut, 1738. 

148. VAN BLARCOM, JACOB CRAIG, St. Louis 3798 

Ninth in descent from Nicasius De Sille (1600-1694). 
Council, 1653-1660. Schout Fiscal, New Netherlands, 
1 658- 1 660. 

40. VOORHEES, WILLIAM PERRINE, New York, New 

York 1267 

Seventh in descent from Jan Strycker (1615-1697). Mem- 
ber of the great Landtag in New Amsterdam, 1664. 
Member of the Hempstead Convention, 1665. Schepen, 
1673. Captain of the Military Company at Midwout, 
Long Island. Deputy to the great Conference at New 
Orange, 1674. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Strycker (1653-1741). Cap- 
tain Kings County Militia, 1689. 

Fifth in descent from Jan Strycker, Jr. (1684-1770). A 
member of Capt. Vandevere's Company, Kings County 
Militia, 1715. 

Sixth in descent from Jacobus Gerritsen Strycker (1617- 
1687). Delegate to the Convention held at New 
Orange to confer with Governor Colve, March 26, 1674. 

Sixth in descent from Col. Gerardus Beekman, M. D. 
(1653-1723). Captain of Militia at Flat Bush, 1681. 



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Society No. Society No. 

Major, 1689. Lieutenant-Colonel of Kings County Mili- 
tia, 1698. Colonel, 1700-03. Member of Leisler's Coun- 
cil, 1690-91. Member of Council, 1705-23. President 
and Deputy-Governor, 1709-10. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Wilhelmus Beekman 
(1623-1707). Lieutenant in the Burgher Corps of New 
Amsterdam, 1652-58. Vice-Director on the South 
River, 1658-64. Scout at Esopus, 1664. Lieutenant 
in the Militia under the Dutch, 1673. Deputy-Mayor 
of New York, 1681-83. 

Sixth in descent from Maj. Cornelius V^an Brunt (....- 
1754). Kings County Militia, November, 1700. Mem- 
ber of the General Assembly of the Province of New 
York, 1699-1711. 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Polhemus, Cornet, Kings 
County, New York Militia, 1690. Captain of Troop of 
Horse. 

Sixth in descent from Abraham De La Noye, Corporal in 
the Burgher Corps at New Amsterdam, 1653. 

81. WALKER, STOUGHTON, St. Joseph 2374 

Fourth in descent from Phineas Walker, Private in Capt. 
Baldwin's Company, Col. Timothy Ruggles' Regiment, 
Massachusetts Troops, 1759. 
Ninth in descent from Capt. Richard Walker (1592- 
1687). Deputy from Reading to Massachusetts General 
Court, 1640, et seq. Lieutenant in a Company defend- 
ing Lynn against the Indians, 1632. Ensign of the 
Lynn Company, 1637. April i8th, ordered out by the 
General Court for the war against the Pequots. Cap- 
tain, 1656. A member of the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company in London, 1622; Boston, 1638. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Stoughton, Ensign of the 
Windsor Train Band, 1689. Captain, 1698. Lieuten- 
ant, 1734. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1699, 1725, '26, '27, '28, '29, '33. 



92 ^ocietg of Cofoniaf nTaw. 

State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Stoughton, Ensign and 
Lieutenant of the Train Band of Windsor, 1640. 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Eastman, Captain in New 
Hampshire Service, 1747. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Edwards, Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut for Hartford, 1669-73, 

Eighth in descent from William Edwards, Trooper under 
command of Maj. John Mason, 1657. 

Eighth in descent from William Wadsworth, Captain of 
the 1st Company of Train Band of Farmington, Con- 
necticut, 1715. Deputy to the General Court for Farm- 
ington, 1718-25. 

41. WARD, HUGH CAMPBELL, Kansas City 1268 

Fifth in descent from Seth Ward, Member Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1768. 

105. WEBSTER, GEORGE BARRY, St. Louis 2982 

Fourth in descent from Ebenezer Webster (1739- 1806). 
Captain in Rogers' Ranger, French and Indian Wars. 
Captain under Sir JefTry Amherst in the Invasion of 
Canada by British and Colonial Troops. 

35. WELSH, Hon. MILTON, Kansas City 1 159 

Seventh in descent Irom Col. Nicholas Greenbury (....- 
1697). Member of the Council of Sir Lionel Copley, 
first Royal Governor, 1692. President of the Council, 
1694. Acting Governor of the Province of Maryland 
from September 9 to September 25, 1693. Commissary- 
General of the Province, 1692. Chancellor and Keeper 
of the Great Seal, 1692-94. Field Officer for the County 
of Anne Arundel, 1694. 

6j. WELSH, LUTHER WINFIELD, M. D., D. O., Kansas 

City 1807 

Seventh in descent from Col. Nicholas Greenbury (....- 
1697). Member of the Council of Sir Lionel Copley, 




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(go^ of (giemBerfi. 93 

State General 

STATE Society INo. 

Society No. _ 

First Royal Governor, 1692. President of the Council, 
1694. Acting Governor of the Province of Maryland, 
1693. Commissary-General of the Province, 1692. 
Chancellor and Keeper of the Great Seal, 1692-94. Field 
Officer for the County of Anne Arundel, 1694. 

Seventh in descent from Hon. Col. John Hammond (1637- 
1707). Colonel of Forces of Anne Arundel County, 
Maryland, October 4, 1699. Member of the House of 
Burgesses, April, 1692. Major-General of the Western 
Shore of Her Majesty's Province of Maryland. One of 
Her Majesty's Most Honorable Council, and Judge of 
the High Court of Admiralty in the said Province. 

Seventh in descent from Gerrit Van Sweringen (1636- 
1698). Councillor and Commissary-General from the 
City of Amsterdam to the City of New Amstel (now 
Newcastle, Delaware). 

Fourth in descent from Henry Griffith (1720- 1794). 
Seven times a Member of the Assembly of the Province 
of Maryland. 

Seventh in descent from Hon. John Dorsey (1663-1714). 
Member of the Maryland Council, 17 10- 14. 

2y. WHITE, HON. JOHN BARBER, Kansas City 11 50 

Fourth in descent from Col. Jonathan White (1708- 
1788). Commanded a Company in the town of Lan- 
caster, Massachusetts, in the French and Indian War. 
Commissioned Captain, March 29, 1755, in the Worces- 
ter Regiment of Col. Ruggles, which marched from 
Crown Point. On the expedition he was promoted 
Major, and before the end of the campaign was made 
Lieutenant-Colonel. Was in the battle near Lake 
George, September 8, 1755. Was commissioned Colo- 
nel February 18, 1756, and ordered with his regiment to 
Lake Champlain, and served to the end of the war. 

Fourth in descent from Sergt. Josiah White, Jr. (1682- 
1772). Sergeant in the command of a garrison in Lan- 



94 ^ctetg of Cofoniaf Waw. 

State General 

Society No. Society No. 

caster, 1704-11. Deputy to the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, 1728, '29, '30, '31, '37, '45. 

Fifth in descent from Josiah Whitcomb (1638-1718). 
Commander of a garrison in Lancaster, 1 704-11. Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1710. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Jabez Fairbanks (1670- 1758). 
Soldier in Lancaster Garrison, 1704. Commander of 
Garrison, 171 1. With the two Acadian Expeditions in 
the invasion of Canada, 1707-10. Was in Lovewell's 
War, 1722-26. Was Lieutenant, 1723-24. Com- 
manded a Company, June 18, 1724, Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts, 1714, '21, '22, '23, 37, '38. 

Fourth in descent from Trumpeter Simon Butler (1715- 
1795)- Trumpeter in the Company of Capt. John Car- 
ter, a Mounted Company detached out of Col. Oliver 
Wilder's Regiment that marched from Lancaster, Mas- 
sachusetts, for the relief of Fort William Henry, 1757. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Thomas Wilder (1645-1716). 
Soldier in King William's War. Lieutenant, July 3, 
1689. Captain of a garrison at Lancaster, Massachu- 
setts, 171 1. 

Fifth in descent from Col. James Wilder (1680- 1739). 
Soldier in King William's War. Ensign, 1717, '18-21. 
Captain, 1722-23. Colonel, 1737. Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court of Massachusetts, 1731. 

Seventh in descent from Ralph Houghton (1623-1693). 
First Clerk of the Writs, 1656-82, of the town of Lan- 
caster, Massachusetts. Was one of the four who first 
signed the Lancaster Proprietors' Covenant. Deputy to 
the General Court of Massachusetts, 1673, '89. 

Seventh in descent from John Prescott, Sr. (1604-1681). 
Founder of Lancaster, Massachusetts. Built a garri- 
son in Lancaster, 1654, which was known as "Prescott's 
Garrison," and was Commander of the same. 

Sixth in descent from Lawrence Waters. Soldier in Gar- 
rison at Lancaster, 1675, and earlier. 



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Sj\xe General 

Society No. Society No. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Andrew Gardner (....- 
1690). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1689. Captain in the Expedition to Canada, 1690. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Hugh Mason (1605- 
1678). Lieutenant, Watertown Train Band, 1645. Cap- 
tain, 1652-78. Deputy to the General Court nine terms, 
1635-77. Member of the Council of War, 1676. Com- 
manded his Company in the "Sudbury Fight," April 
29, 1676, King Philip's War. 

116. WILDER, EDWARD BLISS, St. Louis 3063 

Eighth in descent from Governor William Bradford 
(1589-1651). Governor of Plymouth Colony. 

Sixth in descent from Eleazer Kimberly (1639-1709). 
Colonial Secretary of Connecticut, 1696, 1708-1709. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1696- 1698. 

Ninth in descent from Capt. Luke Hitchcock (....- 
1659), Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1644. Soldier and 
Captain in early Colonial Wars. 

Eighth in descent from John Root (1642- 1687). Com- 
missary at Westfield, Massachusetts, King Philip's 
War. ' 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Hapgood (1669-1764). In 
command of Garrison at Marlboro, Massachusetts, 
French and Indian War. 

Eighth in descent from William Ward (....-1687). 
Deputy from Sudbury, Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 
1644- 1666. In Garrison at Sudbury, King Philip's 
War. 

Tenth in descent from Thomas Newberry (....-1636). 
Deputy Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1634-1635. 

Eighth in descent from Daniel Warner (1643-1692). En- 
sign Foot Company, 1674. 

Ninth in descent from Benjamin Cooley ( . . . .-1684). En- 
sign of the Hampshire Regiment under Maj. John Pyn- 
chon. 



96 ^ocietg of Cofonkf Ware. 

State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Ninth in descent from Zachariah Field (1600-1666). Sol- 
dier from Hartford in Pequot War. Sergeant under 
Capt. Turner in Falls Fight. 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Parsons (1709-....). 
In Capt. Jonathan Pettibone's Company at Fort Ed- 
ward, 1757. In Gen. Phineas Lyman's ist Regiment, 
3d Company, 1758, and in ist Regiment, 9th Company, 
1760. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Hinsdale (1642- 1675). 
In Capt. Lothrop's Company. Killed by Indians with 
his father at Bloody Brook, 1675. 

Ninth in descent from Robert Hinsdale (1617-1675). 
Member of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 
Killed by Indians at Bloody Brook, 1675. In Capt. Loth- 
rop's Company. 

Sixth in descent from John Montague (1681-....). At 
Deerfield Meadow Fight, 1704. 

Eighth in descent from Ensign Chileab Smith (1635- 
1731). Ensign of Hadley Military Company, 1692- 
1731- 

Eighth in descent from John Smith ( . . . .-1676). In Falls 
Fight. Killed by Indians at Hatfield Meadows, 1676. 

Ninth in descent from Daniel Clark (1622-1710). Lieu- 
tenant First Troop under Capt. John Mason, 1657-1658. 
Captain, 1664- 1680. Secretary Colony of Connecticut, 
1658-1663. Deputy, 1656-1661. Magistrate, 1662-1664. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Kimberly (....-1673). 
Marshal of New Haven Colony, 1653-1661. Deputy, 
1639. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Field (1651-1697). Ser- 
geant of Troops in Falls Fight, King Philip's War. 
Killed by Indians, 1697. 

Tenth in descent from Benjamin Burr ( . . . .-1681). Sol- 
dier in Pequot War, 1637, under Capt. Mason. 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Ninth in descent from Simon Wolcott (1625-1687). 
Trooper from Windsor under Maj. Mason, 1657, Cap- 
tain of Foot at Simsbury, Connecticut, and Deputy to 
the General Court, 1673. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. William Hills (1639-1683). 
Captain of Militia at East Hartford, Connecticut, 1653. 
Wounded at Hockanum, 1675. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Burt (161 5- 1662), Dor- 
chester and Springfield, Massachusetts. Member of 
the First Military Company, Springfield. In 1657, Clerk 
of the Company. 

Tenth in descent from Capt. Christopher Stanley (1603- 
1646), Boston, Massachusetts. Served in Indian Wars. 

Seventh in descent from John Woods (1641-1716). 
Served as Garrison Soldier at Marlboro, in King 
Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Eleazer Weller (1650-1684). 
Served in Capt. Turner's Company, Falls Fight. 

Eighth in descent from Sergt. John Kilbourne (1624- 
1703). Sergeant of Wethersfield Train Band, 1657- 
1675- 

Seventh in descent from Maj. William Whiting (....- 
1647). Assistant and Second Colonial Treasurer of 
Connecticut, 1641-1647. Major in Colonial Forces. Dep- 
uty to the General Court, 1637. ' 

Fourth in descent from John Wilder (1713-. . . .). In Col. 
Willard's Command of Scouts, 1748. In Col. Isaac 
Willard's Regiment, 1757. In Col. Oliver Willard's 
Command at Lake George, 1758. 

Fifth in descent from John Wilder (1673-. . . . ). In Gar- 
rison at Lancaster, Massachusetts, under Capt. Thomas 
Wilder's Command, 1704. In Capt. Josiah Willard's 
Command, 1725. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Sawyer ( . . . .-1706). At 
Lancaster Garrison, King Philip's War. 



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Society No. Society JNo. 

Sixth in descent from John Wilder (1646-. . . .), Lancas- 
ter, Massachusetts. Lieutenant in the Train Band, 
1675. 

Seventh in descent from Abraham Howe (....-1695), 
Marlboro and Sudbury, Massachusetts. In Garrison at 
Sudbury, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from John Woods (. .. .-1678). Ser- 
geant of a Marlboro Garrison House, 1675. 

Eighth in descent from John Prescott (1604-1681). 
Served in Garrison at Lancaster against the Indians, 
1675- 1676. 

Seventh in descent from John Whitcomb ( -1662). 

Member of the Military Company of Scituate, 1643. 

Sixth in descent from Josiah Whitcomb (1638-1718), 
Lancaster, Massachusetts. Deputy, 17 10. Commanded 
Garrison there, 171 1. 

Seventh in descent from Lawrence Waters (1602-1687). 
In Garrison at Lancaster, Massachusetts, King Philip's 
War. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Warner (1680-....). 
Served at Deerfield Meadows, 1703- 1704. 

Ninth in descent from Andrew Warner (....-1684). 
Member of Hampshire Troop, 1663. 

Sixth in descent from Abraham Eager (1670- 1734), 
Marlboro, Massachusetts. In Howe's Garrison, Marl- 
boro, 171 1. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Collins (1603-1689). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1654- 
1670. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Howe ( . . . .-1644). Dep- 
uty to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
1 634- 1 638- 1 642- 1643. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Nathaniel Wilder (1650- 
1704), Charlestown and Lancaster, Massachusetts. Lieu- 
tenant at Charlestown, and Killed by Indians at Lancas- 
ter, 1704. 



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Society No. , ^ ^ Society No. 

Seventh in descent from William Eager ( -1690). In 

Capt. Thomas Prentiss' Company Middlesex Troopers, 
Mt. Hope Campaign, and under Lieut. Oakes, 1675- 
1676. 

Ninth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (1602-1680). 
"Antient Serjeant" at Wethersfield, Connecticut, and 
Deputy, 1640- 1661. Lieutenant of Hadley Troops, 1663- 
1678. And Deputy Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1661- 
1673. Commissioner to the Mohawks, 1667. 

Seventh in descent from Shadrach Hapgood (1644-1675). 
In Capt. Edward Hutchinson's Company Expedition to 
Brookfield, Massachusetts, to treat with Nipmuck 
Indians. 

Eighth in descent from James Warriner (1641-1727). 
Soldier under Col. Pynchon, 1668. Built Gilbert Fort, 
Brookfield. 

Fourth in descent from Asa Hapgood (1728-1791). En- 
sign in Capt. Samuel Howe's Company, 1757. Marched 
to the relief of Fort William Henry. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Kilbourn (1701-. . . .). At 
Indian Alarm of 1747. Was sent to Western Frontier 
for defense. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Samuel Wright (1630- 
1675). Sergeant in King Philip's War. Killed at North 
Hampton. 

Ninth in descent from Deacon Samuel Chapin (....- 
1675). Appointed by the General Court of Massachu- 
setts Bay Colony to govern Springfield. At its burn- 
ing in King Philip's War was a participant in repelling 
the attack from fortified houses. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Marshfield (1630-1692). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1680, 

'83, '84. 
Tenth in descent from Governor Henry Wolcott (1578- 
1655). Deputy, 1639. Magistrate to Assistant Gov- 
ernor, 1643- 1655. 

LOFC, 



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State General 

Society No. Society No. 

Eighth in descent from Quartermaster George Colton 
(. . . .-1699), Springfield, Massachusetts. Quartermas- 
ter Hampshire County Troop, 1663. In King Philip's 
War. Deputy, 1669, '71, '77. 

Seventh in descent from Maj. William Bradford (1654- 
1704). Deputy Governor Plymouth Colony, 1682, '86, 
'89, '92. Assistant, i668-'82. Commanded Plymouth 
Forces Great Swamp Fight. Commissioner of the 
United Colonies. 

73. WINTER, SAMUEL DREW, St. Louis 2184 

Sixth and seventh in descent from John Alden (1599- 
1687). One of the signers of the original Mayflower 
Compact. Member under arms of Capt. Myles Stand- 
ish's Duxbury Company, 1643. Assistant, 1633-41 and 
1650-86. Deputy to the General Court, 1641-49. Mem- 
ber of the Council of War, 1653, '60, '75 and '76, Ply- 
mouth Colony. 

123. WOLFE, M. GOOD, St. Louis 3291 

Fourth in descent from Reece Wolfe (1733-1797). Lieu- 
tenant of the Sussex County, Delaware, Militia, 1756- 
58. 

5. WYMAN, HENRY PURKITT, St. Louis 754 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. Nehemiah Wyman (1722- 
1775)- Sergeant in Capt. David Green's Company of 
Col. Eleazer Tyng's Regiment, which marched to the 
relief of Fort William Henry in 1757. Also again 
served in Col. Tyng's Regiment from Woburn in 1759. 
Lieutenant, 1763-74. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Cutter ( 162 1- 1693). 
Member and Officer of "The Artillery Company" in 
1643, Leader and Officer of Train Band, Cambridge, 
Massachusetts. 



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Ancestors and Descendants. 



Ancestors in Capitai,s. 



ADAMS, DANIEL, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

ADAMS, GEORGE, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

ADAMS, HENRY, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

ALDEN, JOHN, 

Little, Edward Porter. 
Winter, Samuel Drew. 

ALSOP, RICHARD, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

APPLETON, SAMUEL, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

APPLETON, SAMUEL, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

ATHERTON, HUMPHREY. 
Jackson, George Edward. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM, 

Reid, William Magraw. 

AVERY, JAMES, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

AVERY, JAMES, JR., 

Randall, John Frederic. 

AVERY, JAMES, 3rd, 

Randall, John Frederic. 



AVERY, EBENEZER, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

AYLETT, WILLIAM, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BAKER. JOHN, 

Baker, William Street. 

BALDWIN, HENRY, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

BALL, JOHN, 

Parker. George Turner. 

BALLORD, NATHANIEL, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BALLARD, WILLIAM, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BARCLAY, THOMAS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BARCLAY, JOHN, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BARRET, CHARLES, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BARRET, WILLIAM, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BARRET, THOMAS, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BARRON, ELLIS, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 



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BARTLETT, THOMAS, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

BARNES, THOMAS, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

BATCHELDER, STEPHEN, 
Cadle, Henry. 

BATCHELDER, NATHANIEL, 
SR., 
Cadle, Henry. 

BATES, JAMES, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BATES, JAMES. 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BATEMAN, JOHN, JR., 
Hill, John Boynton. 

BATEMAN, THOMAS, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

BAYARD, BALTHAZAR, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BEACH, JOSIAH, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

BEACH, NATHANIEL, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

BENSON, JAMES, 
Brinsmade, Hobart. 

BEEKMAN, WILHELMUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 

BEEKMAN, GERARDUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 

BEEKMAN, HENRY, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BEERS, RICHARD, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

BELL, WILLIAM, SR., 

Bell, Nicholas Montgomery. 

BEDLOW, ISAAC, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 



BENT, JOHN, SR., 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BENT, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

BENSON, JAMES, 

Ridgeley, Franklin Lee. 

BERRIAN, JOHN, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BETTS, RICHARD, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

BISHOP, RICHARD, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BISHOP, THOMAS, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BISSELL, JOHN, SR., 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

BISSELL, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT, 
Blackwell, Sidney Smith. 

BLEECKER, JAN JANSEN, 
Sharp, Charles Edward. 

BLISS, ICHABOB, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BLISS, SAMUEL, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

BLOSS, EDMUND. 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

BOARDMAN, SAMUEL, 
Parker, George Turner. 

BOARDMAN, JONATHAN, 
Parker, George Turner. 

BODFISH, ROBERT, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

BOND, WILLIAM, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

BOND, THOMAS. 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 



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BOLLES, JOSEPH, 

Parker, George Turner. 

BOUKER, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

BRACKETT, RICHARD, 

Newcomb, George Amos. 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM, 
Little, Edward Porter. 
Shepard, Edward Martin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM, 
Shepard, Edward Martin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

BREWSTER. WILLIAM, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

BREWSTER, JONATHAN, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

BROCKWAY, WILLIAM, 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

BROOKE, ROBERT, 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 
Fleet, Henry Wyatt. 

BROOKS, THOMAS, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

BROWN, ABRAHAM, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

BUCKNER, MORDECAI, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BUCKNER, THOMAS, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BUCKNER, JOHN, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BUCKNER, JOHN, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BULKELEY, JOSEPH, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BULKELEY, PETER, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 



BURNHAM, THOMAS, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

BURR, BENJAMIN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

BURRILL, EBENEZER, 
Atwill, James William. 

BURT, JONATHAN, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

BURT, HENRY, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

BURT, HENRY, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

BUTLER, SIMON, 

White, John Barker. 

CALKIN, HUGH, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

CARTER, NATHANIEL, 
Carter, Charles Jared. 

CASE, JOHN, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 

CHAPIN, SAMUEL, 
Foote, John Crocker. 
Homer, William Bradord. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 
Richer, Oliver Sheppard. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

CHAMBERS, BENJAMIN, 
Drouillard, James Pierre. 

CHAPPELL, GEORGE, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

CHASTAIGNER ALEXANDRE 
THESEE, 
Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 



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CHILD, JOSHUA, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

CHILES, WALTER, 

Meysenburg, Robert Carr. 

CHILES, WALTER, 

Meysenburg, Robert Carr. 

CHURCHILL, JOSIAH. 
Picher, Oliver Sheppard. 

CHURCH, RICHARD, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

CLARK, DANIEL, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

CLARK, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

CLARK, GEORGE, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

CLAYPOLE JAMES, 
Delafield, Wallace. 
James, Thomas. 

COLLINS, EDWARD, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

COLT, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

COLTON, GEORGE, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

CONANT, EXERCISE, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CONANT, ROGERS, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

COOKE, AARON, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 



COOKE, MOSES, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 

COOKE, MORDECAI, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

COOLIDGE, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

COOLEY, BENJAMIN, 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

CORBIN, HENRY, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

CORNELL, THOMAS, 
Sands, James Thomas. 

CRAFT, GRIFFIN, 

Jackson, George Edward. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

CRANDALL, JOHN, 
Crandall, Arthur Lee. 

CRANE, JONATHAN, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CROCKER, WILLIAM, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

CULBERTSON, JOHN, 

Drouillard, James Pierre. 

CULVER, EDWARD, 
Randall, John Frederic 

CUTLER, JAMES, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 
Hill, John Boynton. 

CUTLER, EBENEZER. 
Hill, John Boynton. 

CUTTER, RICHARD, 

Wyman, Henry Purkitt. 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CUTTER, EPHRAIM, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CUTTING, JOHN, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 



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105 



DAINGERFIELD, WILLIAM, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

DAVIS, AARON, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

DEMING, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

DENISON, GEORGE, 
Denison, Henry Heber. 
Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

DENISON, GEORGE, JR., 
Randall, John Frederic. 

DENISON. WILLIAM, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

DENISON, JOHN, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

DENISON DANIEL, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

De ST. JULIEN, PIERRE, 
Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 

DeSILLE. NARCASIUS, 

Van Blarcom, Jacob Craig. 

DeLaNOYE, ABRAHAM, 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

DeVRIES, PETER, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

DEWING, ANDREW, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

DORSEY. EDWARD, 
Ball, Samuel Boyd. 

DORSEY, JOHN, 

Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM. 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 



DRAKE, JOB, 

Adams, Frederick Cosette. 
Homer, William Bradford. 

DRAUYER, ANDREW, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

DUDLEY, THOMAS, 
Green, John. 

DUDLEY, WILLIAM, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

DUDLEY, JOSEPH, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

DUFFIELD, WILLIAM, 
Motter, Isaac. 

EAGER, WILLIAM, 

Parker, George Turner. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

EAGER, ABRAHAM, 

Parker, George Turner. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

EASTMAN, JOSEPH, 

Eastman, Lauren Chase. 

EASTMAN, TILTON. 
Ea.stman, Lauren Chase. 

EASTMAN, EBENEZER, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

EASTOW, WILLIAM, 
Cadle, Henry. 

EDSALL, SAMUEL. 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

EDDY, SAMUEL, 

Porter, Valentine Mott. 

EDWARDS, RICHARD, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

ENO, JAMES, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 



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ENO, WILLIAM, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

ELMER, EDWARD, 

Picker, Oliver Sheppard. 

ELLIS, RICHARD, 

Jackson, George Edwards, 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

ELY, NATHANIEL, 
Foote. John Crocker. 

ELY, RICHARD, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

ELY, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

FARNSWORTH, MATTHIAS, JR., 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

FAIRBANK. JABEZ, 
White, John Barker. 

FOUNTLEROY, GRIFFIN, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

FEAKE, ROBERT, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

FIELD, ZACHARIAH, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

FIELD, SAMUEL, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

FISH, SAMUEL, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

FISK, NATHANIEL, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

FISKE, NATHAN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

FLEET, HENRY, 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 

Fleet, Henry Wyatt. 
FOGG, JAMES, 

Cadle, Henry. 

FOOTE, NATHANIEL 2nd, 
Foote, John Crocker. 



FOOTE, NATHANIEL, 3rd, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

FOOTE, NATHANIEL, ist 
Foote, John Crocker. 
Parker, George Turner. 
Richer, Oliver Sheppard. 

FOOTE, DANIEL, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

FORD, THOMAS, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Homer, William Bradford. 
Parker, George Turner. 

FRENCH, WILLIAM, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

FULLER, WILLIAM, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

FULLER, JOSEPH, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson. Edward Fisher. 

GARDINER, LION, 

Gardiner Curtiss Crane. 

GARDNER, ANDREW, 
White, John Barker. 

GALLOP, JOHN, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

GALLUP, BENADAM, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

GAYLORD, WILLIAM, SR., 
Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

GIBBONS, AMBROSE, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

GILBERT, WILLIAM, 
Rodes, Frank. 

GILLETTE, NATHAN, 
Parker, George Turner. 



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107 



GOODELL, ROBERT, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

GOODELL, JACOB, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

GOODELL, ZACHARIAH, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

GREEN, TIMOTHY, 

Rogers, Alfred Harrison. 

GREENBURY, NICHOLAS, 
Welsh, Milton. 
Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

GREGG, SAMUEL, 

Gregg, William Henry. 
Gregg, Norris Bradord. 
Gregg, William Henry, Jr. 

GRIFFIN, LEROY, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

GRISWOLD, EDWARD, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 

GRISWOLD, FRANCIS, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

GRISWOLD, MATTHEW, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

GRIFFIN, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

GRIFFITH, HENRY, 

Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

GROVES. PHILIP, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

HAMMOND, JOHN, 

Ball, Samuel Boyd. 
Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

HAMMOND, JOHN, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

HAPGOOD, SHADRACH, 
Hill, John Boynton. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 



HAPGOOD, THOMAS, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HAPGOOD, ASA, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HARDENBROOK, JOHANNAES, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

HARRIS, ROBERT, 
Rodes, Frank. 
Shelton, Richard Theodore. 

HASTINGS, THOMAS, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 
Parker, George Turner. 

HAVEN, RICHARD, 
Cadle, Henry. 

HEMPSTEAD, JOSHUA, 
Kennett, William Potts. 

HEXT, HUGH, 

Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Revenel. 

HEXT, DANIEL, 
Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Revenel. 

HICKS, THOMAS, 

Lyon, George Elmer. 

HILL, WILLIAM, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HINSDALE, ROBERT, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HINSDALE, SAMUEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HITCHCOCK, LUKE, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HITCHCOCK, JOHN, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

HITCHCOCK, JOHN, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

HITCHCOCK, LUKE, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 



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HOAR, JOHN, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

HOAR, LEONARD, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

HOAR, DANIEL, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

HOLCOMB, JOSUA, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Stiles, Edward Holcomb. 

HOLCOMB, HEZEIAH, 
Stiles, Edward Holcomb. 

HOLCOMB, JOSUA, 

Stiles, Edward Holcomb. 

HOPKINS, STEPHEN. 
Ridgely, Franklin Lee. 

HOUCHIN, JEREMY, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

HOUGHTON, RALPH, 
White, John Barber. 

HOUGH, WILLIAM, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

HOW, JOHN, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOW, DAVID, JR., 

Cadle. Charles Francis. 

HOW, DAVID, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOW, SAMUEL, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOWE, EDWARD. 
Hill, John Boynton. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

HOWE, ABRAHAM, 

Parker, George Turner. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 



HOWLAND, JOHN, 
Foote, John Crocker. 
Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 

HOWLAND, JOHN, JR., 
Foote, John Crocker. 

HUBBELL, RICHARD. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HUBBARD, JOSEPH, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HUBBARD, JONATHAN, 
Hubbard, Robert Morris. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE, 
Parker, George Turner. 

HUMPHREY, HOPESTILL, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

HUMPHREY, MICHAEL, 
Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 

HURLBUT, THOMAS, 
Parker. George Turner. 

HURLBUT, THOMAS, 
Parker, George Turner. 

HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER, 
Cadle, Henry. 

HUTCHINS, PHINEAS, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

HUTCHINS, FRANCIS, 
Fleet, Alexander Fleet. 
Fleet, Henry Wyatt. 

HUTCHINS, NICHOLAS, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

HUXLEY, THOMAS, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

HYDE, JONATHAN, 

Parker, George Turner. 



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109 



HYDE, SAMUEL, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

IDE, NICHOLAS, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

JACKSON. EDWARD. 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

JACKSON, EPHRAIM, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

JACKSON, SEBAS, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

JANES, WILLIAM, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

JANES, ABEL, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

JEWETT, JEREMIAH. 
Stearns, Melvin Hall. 

JOHNSON, JAMES, 
Cadle, Henry. 

JOHNSON, JOHN, 
Cadle, Henry. 

JONES, JOSHIAH, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

JUDD, THOMAS, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

JUDD. WILLIAM, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

JUDSON, JOSEPH, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

JUDSON, JAMES, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

KELLOGG, JOSEPH, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

KILBOURNE, JOHN, 
Wilder. Edward Bliss. 



KILBOURNE, SAMUEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

KIMBERLY, ELEAZER, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

KIMBERLY, THOMAS, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

KINSHEN, WILLIAM, SR., 
Rodes. Frank. 

LANE, WILLIAM, 
Cadle, Henry. 

LANGDON. TOBIAS, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

LATHAM, GARY, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

LARKIN, EDWARD, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

LAY, ROBERT, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

LEE, THOMAS, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

LEE, ROBERT, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

LEIGHTON, JOHN, 

Leighton, George Bridges. 

LEMPRIERE, CLEMENT, 

Prince, Laurence Lempriere. 

LeNOBLE, HENRI, 
Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 

LEONARD, JOHN, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

LEWIS, JOHN, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

LEWIS, JOHN, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

LEWIS, ROBERT, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 



110 



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LEWIS, ANDREW, 
McCullough, Robert. 
McCullough, Richard. 

LIGHTFOOT, PHILIP, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

LINDSAY, JOHN, 

Rodes, Frank. 

LITTLE, THOMAS, 

Little, Edward Porter. 

LIVINGSTON, ROBERT, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

LIVINGSTON, GILBERT, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

LOCKWOOD, ROBERT, 
Crandall, Arthur Lee. 

LOOCKERMANS, GOVERT, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

LOOMIS, NATHANIEL, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

LOOMIS, JOSEPH, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

LOPER, JACOB, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

McINTOSH, JOHN MOHR, 
Cuthbert, Charles Mcintosh. 

MADISON, JAMES, SR., 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

MARSH, WILLIAM, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

MARSH, ALEXANDER, 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

MARSHFIELD, SAMUEL, 
Foote, John Crocker. 
Richer, Oliver Sheppard. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

MARSTON, THOMAS, 
Cadle, Henry. 



MARSTON, EPHRAIM, 
Cadle, Henry. 

MARTIAN, NICHOLAS, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

MARVIN, REINOLD, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

MARVIN, REINOLD, 3rd, 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

MASON, HUGH, 

Hill, John Boynton. 
White, John Barber. 

MASTERSON, EDWARD, 
Rodes, Frank. 

MAYO, WILLIAM, 

Crutcher, Edwin Ruthven. 

MERRIWETHER, NICHOLAS, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

MELYN, CORNELIS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

MIRICK, JOHN, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

MINER, THOMAS, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

MINER, EPHRAIM. 

Randall, John Frederic. 

MINER, EPHRAIM. 

Randall, John Frederic. 

MINER, SIMEON, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

MOORE, JOHN, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

MOORE, JOHN, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

MOORE, JONATHAN, 
Parker, George Turner. 

MOORE, OLIVER. 

Parker, George Turner. 



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Ill 



MOORE, ANDREW, 

Parker, George Turner. 

MONTAGUE, JOHN, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

MORGAN, JAMES, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

MORGAN, JAMES, SR., 
Randall, John Frederic. 

MORRIS, EDWARD, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

MORRIS, LEWIS, 

Marshall. William St. John Elliot. 

MORRIS, LEWIS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

MUDGE, JOHN, 

Mudge, Solomon Hinckley. 

MURDOCK, ROBERT, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

NEALE, JAMES, 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 
Fleet, Henry Wyatt. 

NEWCOMB, ISAAC, 

Newcomb, George Amos. 

NEWCOMB, ANDREW, 
Picher, Oliver Sheppard. 

NEWBERRY, THOMAS, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

NEWGATE, JOHN, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

NEWTON, JAMES, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

NEWTON, THOMAS. 
Foote, John Crocker. 



NICHOLAS, FRANCIS, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

NICHOLAS, ISAAC, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

OGDEN, JOHN, 

Picher, Oliver Sheppard. 

PAGE, ROBERT, 
Cadle, Henry. 

PADDOCK, ROBERT, 

Porter, Valentine Mott. 

PARK, ROBERT, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PARK, THOMAS, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PARKE, WILLIAM, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PARKER, JAMES, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PARKER, ELI, 

Partridge, Arthur Samuel. 

PARSONS, JOSEPH, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

PARSONS, JOSEPH, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

PARSONS, AARON, 

Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 

PARSONS, NATHANIEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

PALMER, WALTER, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

PAXTON, JOHN. 

McCord, James Hamilton. 
McCord. William Hallack. 
McCord, Samuel Steele. 
McCord, George Lawrence. 
McCord, Robert Hamden. 

PEABODY, FRANCIS, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 



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PEARSON, JOHN, 

Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 

PECK, PAUL, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 

PECK. JOSEPH. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PEIRCE, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PHELPS, WILLIAM, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 

PHELPS, JOSEPH, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PICKERING, JOHN, JR., 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PLAISTED, ELISHA, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PLAISTED, JOHN, 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PLAISTED, ROGER, 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PORTER, JOHN, SR., 
Foote, John Crocker. 

POLHEMUS, DANIEL, 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

PURCHASE, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

PRATT, WILLIAM. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

PRATT, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PRATT, NATHANIEL. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PRATT, WILLIAM, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 



PRESCOTT, JOHN, SR., 
White, John Barber. 

PRESCOTT, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

PRESLEY, PETER, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

PRESLEY, WILLIAM, 
Barret. Richard Aylett. 

PRINCE, CHARLES, 

Prince, Laurence Lempriere. 

PRIOLEAU, SAMUEL, 
Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 

RAVENEL, RENE, 

Macbeth, Malcolm. 
McBeth, Ravenel. 

READE, GEORGE, 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

REDMAN, JOHN, 
Cadle. Henry. 

REDMAN. JOHN, SR., 
Cadle, Henry. 

REDIAT, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

REED. JAMES. 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

RICE EDMUND, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

RICE, THOMAS, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

RICE, SAMUEL, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

RICE, EDWARD, 

Parker, George Turner. 

RIDGELY, HENRY, 
Ball, Samuel Boyd. 



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113 



RIGGS, THOMAS, 

Riggs, Manfred Moses. 

ROBIE, SAMUEL, 
Cadle, Henry. 

ROGERS, JOHN, 

Pratt, Charles Alexander. 

ROOT, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

RUGGLES, TIMOTHY, 
Green, John, 

SARIN, BENJAMIN, 
Sabin, David Dickey. 

SABIN, WILLIAM, 
Sabin, David Dickey. 

SACKETT, JOSEPH, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

SANBORN. JOHN. 
Cadle, Henry. 

SANDS, JAMES, 

Sands, James Thomas . 

SAWYER, THOMAS, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

SELDEN, SAMUEL, 
Delafield, Wallace. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

SELDEN, JOSEPH, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

SELDEN, SAMUEL, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

SHAPLEIGH, JOHN, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAPLEIGH, NICHOLAS, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAPLEIGH. NICHOLAS. 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAPLEIGH, ALEXANDER, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 



SHAW, ROGER, 
Cadle, Henry. 

SHEPARD, ISAAC, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

SHEPARD, ELDAD, 

Shepard, Edward Martin. 

SHEPARD, JOHN, 

Shepard, Edward Martin. 

SHERMAN, PHILIP, 

Eastman, Laurence Chase. 

SHERWOOD, THOMAS, 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Stiles, Edward Holcomb. 

SHERMAN, SAMUEL, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

SHERBURNE, HENRY, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SKINNER, JOHN, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

SKINNER, EBENEZER, 
Skinner, Charles Mather. 

SMITH, SAMUEL, 

Foote, John Crocker, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

SMITH, HENRY, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

SMITH, NEHEMIAH, JR., 
Randall, John Frederic. 

SMITH, PHILIP, 

Smith, George Kimball. 

SMITH, CHILEAB, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

SMITH, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

SPARHAWK, NATHANIEL, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

SPENCER, WILLIAM 

Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Parker, George Turner. 



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SPENCER, JOSEPH, 

Delafield, Wallace. 

SPENCER, ISAAC, 
Delafield, Wallace. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

SPENCER, JARED, 
Delafield, Wallace. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

SPENCER, THOMAS, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

SPRING, HENRY, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

STAATS, ABRAHAM, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

STAATS, SAMUEL, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

STANLEY, JOHN, 

Barrows, John Chester. 

STANLEY, CHRISTOPHER, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

STANYAN, ANTHONY, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

STANTON, THOMAS, 

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

STANTON, ROBERT, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

STARR, COMFORT, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

STARR. THOMAS, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

STARR, THOMAS, 

Randall, John Frederic. 

STEBBINS, EDWARD, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

STEBBINS, THOMAS, 

Homer, William Bradford. 



STEBBINS, JOSEPH, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

STEELE, JOHN, 

Douglas, Walter Bond. 

STICKNEY, ABRAHAM, 
Stickney, William Albert. 

STONE, SIMON, 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 
Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

STONE, SIMON, JR., 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

STONE, EBENEZER, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

STONE, JONAS, 

Parker, George Turner. 

STONE, ISAAC, 

Parker, George Turner. 

STONE, SAMUEL. 

Parker, George Turner. 

STONE, GREGORY, 

Parker, George Turner. 

STODDARD, JOHN, 

Green, Charles Edward. 

STOUGHTON, THOMAS, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

STOUGHTON, THOMAS, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

STOW, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

STRATTON, SAMUEL, JR., 
Homer, William Bradford. 

STRONG, JOHN, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

STRONG, EBENEZER, 

Homer, William Bradford. 



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115 



STRYCKER, JAN, 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STRYCKER, JAN, JR., 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STRYCKER, PIETER, 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STRYCKER, JACOBUS GERRIT- 
SEN, 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STUYVESANT, PETRUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

STUYVESANT, PETRUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

STUYVESANT, GERARDUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

STUYVESANT, NICHOLAS 
WILLIAM, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

SWIFT, WILLIAM, 
Foote, John Crocker. 

SWIFT. WILLIAM, SR., 

Foote, John Crocker. 

TALCOTT, JOHN. 

Sands, James Thomas. 

TERRY, STEPHEN, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

THOMPSON, AMBROSE, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

THURSTON, BENJAMIN, 
Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

TILTON, PETER, 

Eastman, Lauren Chase. 

TILLY, JOHN, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

TREAT, RICHARD, 

Parker, George Turner. 



TROWBRIDGE, JAMES, 
Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

TURNER, HUMPHREY, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

TUTTLE, DANIEL, 

Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester. 

UNDERHILL, JOHN, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN CORTLANDT, FREDERICK, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN CORTLANDT, OLOFF 
STEVENSEN. 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN CORTLANDT, JACOBUS, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN BRUNT, CORNELIUS, 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 

VAN SCHAICK, LEVINUS, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN SCHAICK, GOOSEN GER- 
RITSE, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN SCHUYLER. FILYP PEI- 
TERSE, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN SLICHTENHORST, BRANT 
ARENTSE, 
Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

VAN SWERINGEN, GERRIT, 
Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

VIELE, ARNOUT CORNELISE, 
Porter, Valentine Mott. 

VORE, RICHARD, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

WADSWORTH, WILLIAM, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

WALKER, RICHARD, 

Walker, Stoughton. 



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WALKER, PHINEAS, 
Walker, Stoughton. 

WALKER, THOMAS, 
Block, Harry Leach. 

WALKER, EDWARD, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WALKER, SAMUEL, JR., 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WALKER, SAMUEL, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WALKER, SAMUEL, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WALKER, PHILIP, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WALKER, ROBERT, 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WALTON, JACOB, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

WARD, WILLIAM, 

Parker, George Turner. 

WARD, SETH, 

Ward, Hugh Campbell. 

WARD, WILLIAM, 

Wilder. Edward Bliss. 

WARRINER, JAMES, 

Homer, William Bradford. 
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WARNER, AUGUSTINE, JR., 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

WARNER, AUGUSTINE, SR., 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

WARNER, DANIEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WARNER, SAMUEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 



WARNER, ANDREW, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WARREN, DANIEL, SR., 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

WATERS, LAWRENCE, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 
White, John Barber. 

WAYNE, ISAAC, 

Drouillard, James Pierre. 

WEBSTER, THOMAS, 
Randall, John Frederic. 

WEBSTER, ROBERT. 

Shepard, Edward Martin. 

WEBSTER, EBENEZER, 
Webster, George Barry. 

WEBSTER, JOHN, 

Shepard, Edward Martin. 

WELD. JOSEPH, 

Jackson, George Edwards, 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WELD, JOHN, 

Jackson, George Edwards, 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WELLES, THOMAS, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

WELLES, JOHN, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

WELLER, ELEAZER, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WEST, JOHN, 

Aylett, Patrick Henry. 

WETHERELL, WILLIAM. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

WETHERELL, DANIEL. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

WHEELER, JOSEPH, 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 



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WHEELER, TIMOTHY, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

WHEELER, THOMAS, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

WHEELER, JOHN, 
Hill, John Boynton. 

WHEELER, THOMAS, 

Judson, Frederick Newton. 

WHEELER. ISAAC, 

Parker, George Turner. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

WHEELER, THOMAS, 
Parker, George Turner. 

WHEELRIGHT, JOHN, 

Shapleigh, Aired Lee. 

WHEELRIGHT, SAMUEL, 
Shapleigh, Aired Lee. 

WHIPPLE, JOHN, SR., 

Jackson, George Edwards. 
Jackson, Edward Fisher. 

WHITE, JOSHIAH, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WHITE, JONATHAN, 
White, John Barber. 

WHITE, JOSIAH, JR., 
White, John Barber. 

WHITE, PEREGRINE, 
Obear, Frank. 

WHITNEY, JONATHAN, 
Cable, Charles Francis. 

WHITNEY, JONATHAN, JR., 
Hill, John Boynton. 

WHITING, WILLIAM, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WHITCOMB, JOSIAH, 
White, John Barber. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 



WHITCOMB, JOHN, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WICKHAM, THOMAS, 
Parker, George Turner. 

WILDER, THOMAS, 
White, John Barber. 

WILDER, JAMES, 

White, John Barber. 

WILDER, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WILDER, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WILDER, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WILDER, NATHANIEL, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WILLIAMS, RICHARD, 

Deane, Gardiner Andrus Arm- 
strong. 

WILLIAMS, DANIEL, 

Homer, William Bradford. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT, 
Parker, George Turner. 

WILSON, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

WILSON, JOHN, 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

WINSTON, WILLIAM, 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

WINTER, JOHN, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WINTHROP, JOHN, 
Smith, Hamilton. 
Smith, Ralph Lancaster. 



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WISNER, JOHN, 

Eastman, Lauren Chase. 

WITHERS, THOMAS, 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

WOLCOTT, HENRY, SR., 
Adams, Frederick Cossette. 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 
Homer, William Bradford. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WOLCOTT, HENRY, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 
Randall, John Frederic. 

WOLCOTT, SAMUEL, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 

WOLCOTT, SIMON, 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WOLFE, REECE, 
Wolfe, M. Good. 

WOODS, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WOODS, JOHN, 

Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WOOD, WILLIAM, 

McCord, James Hamilton. 
McCord, William Hallack. 
McCord, Samuel Steele. 
McCord, George Lawrence. 
McCord, Robert Hamden. 

WOODHULL, RICHARD, 

Marshall, William St. John Elliot. 

WOOLSON, THOMAS, 
Douglas, Walter Bond. 



WORTHINGTON, JOHN, 
Ball, Samuel Boyd. 

WRIGHT, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

WRIGHT, THOMAS, 

Parker, George Turner. 

WRIGHT, EDMUND, 

Parker, George Turner. 

WRIGHT, JOHN, 

Parker, George Turner. 

WRIGHT, SAMUEL. 

Sands, James Thomas. 
Wilder, Edward Bliss. 

WYMAN, NEHEMIAH, 
Wyman, Henry Purkitt. 

WARNER. AUGUSTINE, JR., 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

WARNER, AUGUSTINE, SR., 
Barret, Richard Aylett. 

WALKER, THOMAS, 
Block, Harry Leach. 

WALKER, EDWARD, 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WALKER, SAMUEL, JR., 
Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WALKER, SAMUEL, 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

WARNER, DANIEL, SR., 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 



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James /iDcCorD. 



Born January 7. 1826. 
Died September 24, 1903. 



James McCord was born in Randolph County, Virginia, Janu- 
ary 7, 1826, and died at his home in St. Joseph, Missouri, Septem- 
ber 24, 1903. His father was William McCord, born in Albe- 
marle County, Virginia, where he married Sallie Moss Field, 
daughter of Capt. John Field, an officer of the War of 181 2. He 
afterwards removed to Missouri with his family, living first at 
Cape Girardeau, and afterwards at Versailles, where he died in 
1839. James McCord, then a mere lad, with only the advantages 
of such common school education as was given in those days, was 
compelled at once to commence the earnest work of life. His be- 
ginnings were in Central Missouri, and in 1846 he moved to Sa- 
vannah, where he formed a co-partnership with Abraham Nave, 
which lasted until the death of Mr. Nave a few years ago. He 
had hardly attained his majority when, as a member of this firm, 
he made a successful business trip to California, crossing the then 
almost unknown plains and the Rocky Mountain regions, with mer- 
chandise and cattle. In 1854 he was married to Miss Mary Hal- 
lack, of Kentucky, who survives him. Also two daughters and 
five sons survive him. 

In 1857 he and Mr. Nave established the first exclusively 
wholesale grocery house of Western Missouri at St. Joseph, with 
which he remained until his death. During this period branch 
houses were established at Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and at 
prominent points in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado, all 
of which were under his immediate supervision. No man in mer- 



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cantile pursuits was better known in St. Joseph and the territory 
tributary than Mr. McCord. No one could come within the sphere 
of his influence without feeling the influence of his masterful per- 
sonality. While he did not court popularity, even the most casual 
acquaintance would recognize his uniform courtesy. And those 
most often brought in contact with him found in him a genial 
spirit lighting up the realities of business with evidence of a rare 
humor and a close friendship, which was never withdrawn from 
the true hearted. He was unerring in his choice of lieutenants 
for his vast and diversified interests, and was to them liberal and 
just. Kind and considerate to his employes, he never failed to 
advise and warn, as would a father, those whom he felt needed 
guidance and admonition. 

His mind was not so absorbed in business that he did not take 
a delight in good literature, and he could state the substance of his 
reading with a conciseness and accuracy seldom attained by schol- 
ars and professional men. 

The greatest of his qualities was his strict integrity, which 
never for temporary gain permitted the slightest deviation from 
the paths of rectitude or sought injustice to those with whom he 
dealt. With such qualities of head and heart, of habit and train- 
ing through so many years, he was at the time of his death the 
acknowledged leader of the merchants of the Western Missouri 
Valley. 

Mr. McCord's membership in the Society of Colonial Wars was 
derived through the service of his ancestor, William Wood, lieu- 
tenant of the Albemarle County (Virginia) Militia, in active 
service for the defense and protection of the frontier against the 
Indians September, 1758. 



122 3^^ (gftemortdttt. 



Clarft Ibamilton Sampson* 



Born September 17, 1850. 
DIED March 31, 1904. 



Merchant and manufacturer, was born September 17, 1850, in 
the town of Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Son of 
Elijah N. and Agnes (Hubbard) Sampson. The founder of this 
branch of the Sampson family in America was Abraham Samp- 
son, who came from England and joined the Plymouth Colony 
two years after the landing of the Mayflower, and was a member 
of the Duxbury Militia Company in 1643. Abraham Sampson 
married a daughter of Samuel Nash, lieutenant of the Duxbury 
Militia Company, and their son, Isaac, married Lydia Standish, a 
daughter of Alexander and Sarah (Alden) Standish, son and 
daughter respectively of Captain Myles Standish and John Alden. 
Among the ancestors, therefore, of Mr. Sampson, in the paternal 
line, were at least three conspicuous in the Mayflower compact. 
And his mother also belonged to an old New England family, his 
great-grandfather being an officer in the Revolutionary War. 

When twenty-one years of age Mr. Sampson became secretary 
of a manufacturing corporation at Northampton, Massachusetts, 
and became connected with the Corticelli Silk Mills, and for some 
time represented this interest in New York City. In 1879 ^^ 
came to St. Louis and opened a wholesale establishment for the 
distribution of the products of the Corticelli Silk Mills throughout 
the West and South. The silk business which he established 
steadily expanded until it now occupies a conspicuous position 
among the commercial institutions of St. Louis. A man of prac- 
tical ideas, large resourcefulness, and superior organizing capac- 
ity, he was conspicuous for his energy and prompt action ; candid 




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and courteous in manner, and inflexible in the rectitude of his 
business transactions, he wielded a large influence in commercial 
circles and in the devotion to the welfare of his adopted city. 

Notwithstanding his large business interests, he always re- 
sponded to the demands of the public for his services. He, at 
divers times, made enviable records as chairman of finance com- 
mitees, organized for the purpose of forwarding public move- 
ments, and became famous for raising funds of large proportions 
in this connection. He was chairman of the Finance Committee 
which provided funds for the entertainment of visiting veterans 
of the Grand Army Encampment, held in St. Louis in 1887, and 
organized a committee of five hundred members, and in a single 
day raised a fund of $90,000.00 for entertainment purposes. He 
was chairman of the Finance Committee which collected neces- 
sary funds and erected the first monument to General U. S. Grant. 

Mr. Sampson's religious affiliations were with the Methodist 
Church, with which he was officially connected as trustee of the 
Lindell Avenue Methodist Church of St. Louis. 

He was founder of the New England Society of the City of St. 
Louis. He was president of the Society of Sons of the American 
Revolution and Deputy Governor of the Society of Colonial Wars 
in Missouri. 

In 1881 Mr. Sampson was married at Long Branch, New Jer- 
sey, to Miss Mary Ryer, daughter of Mrs. Caroline (Cook) Ryer, 
great-granddaughter of Major Daniel Denniston, of New York, an 
officer on General Washington's staff in the War of the Revolu- 
tion. Their children are Marjorie, Hazel, Maybell and Helen 
Sampson. 

Mr. Sampson died March 31, 1904, and is buried in the family 
lot in Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis. 



124 3^ OXemortam. 



jfrancts /iDcCorC). 



Born December il, 1865. 
Died March 30, 1905. 



Francis McCord was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, December 
II, 1865. He was the fourth son of the late James McCord and 
Mary (Hallack) McCord. His boyhood was spent in St. Joseph, 
where he received his early education. Afterwards attending the 
Virginia Military Institute at Lexington for three years. In Sep- 
tember, 1894, he married Miss Juliette Buell, a daughter of the 
late George W. Buell, of St. Joseph, who, with three children, 
Francis, Jr., Clara and John Minor, survive him. He was a mem- 
ber of the Smith-McCord Dry Goods Company, of Kansas City, 
and in 1897 was a director of the Commercial Club of that city. 
In 1898 he movea to New York, where he lived until his health 
failed, in 1902. The remainder of his life was spent in such cli- 
mates as might benefit and restore his health, living the greater 
part of the time in Asheville, North Carolina, where he died 
March 30, 1905. 

He was a man of innate refinement, courteous and charming 
manners, generous to a fault ; sympathetic, charitable, sincere in 
his likes and dislikes, and had a keen sense of humor, and a most 
retentive memory. 

He found his greatest pleasure in music and books. His most 
beautiful characteristic was his love for and devotion to his 
mother, and his loyalty to his friends. He was greatly beloved 
by all who knew him well. 

Mr. McCord's membership in the Society of Colonial Wars was 
derived through the service of Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
lieutenant in Captain Thomas Harris' Company, Lancaster Coun- 
ty, Pennsylvania, Provincials, in active service in defense of the 
frontier, 1748. Also in service in Virginia Indian Wars. Also 

through the service of William Wood ( ) lieutenant of 

the Albemarle County, Virginia, Militia in active service for the 
defense and protection of the frontier against the Indians Septem- 
ber, 1758. 




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KKN'. W ILLIAM SHORT, D. D. 



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IRcv, Milliam Sbort, H). 13). 



Born march 10, 1845. 
Died October 26, 1905. 



Rev. William Short was born March lo, 1845, ^t Ridgefield, 
Connecticut. His parents were the Rev. David Hawkins Short, 
D. D., and Mary Eliza Purdy. Descended from Clement Short, 
who settled at Berwick, Massachusetts, before 1666. 

Mr. Short was seventh in descent from Deputy Governor 
Roger Ludlow, of Massachusetts. Eighth in descent from Ser- 
geant Edward Riggs, who served in the Pequot War, 1637. Sixth 
in descent from Captain Ebenezer Johnson, and eighth in descent 
from Lieutenant William French, deputy to the General Court, 
1663, and lieutenant in King Philip's War. 

Mr. Short received his early education and preparation for col- 
lege from his father, and graduated from Trinity College, Hart- 
ford, Connecticut, 1869. Was ordained in 1872 at Berkeley Di- 
vinity School, Middletown, Connecticut, where he received his 
theological education. For twelve years he had charge of Holy 
Trinity Chapel, Brooklyn, New York, under the late Dr. Charles 
H. Hall. In 1884, failing health obliged him to make a change of 
climate, and he went to Jackson, Mississippi, where he was rector 
of St. Andrew's Church. After five years of service he accepted 
the rectorship of St. Peter's Church, St. Louis, Missouri. Under 
his pastorate the church grew from a comparatively small congre- 
gation to first place among the Episcopal churches of the city. 
Apart from his duties in the church, he was interested in social 
and economic movements for public betterment. 

In February, 1878, Mr. Short married Mary W. Hondlow, who 
survives him with four sons and one daughter. 



126 3« OX^emoriam. 



Col. Cbarles parsons. 



BORN JANUARY 24, 1824. 

DIED September 15, 1905. 



Charles Parsons was born at Homer, Cortland County, New 
York, January 24, 1824. He was the third son of Lewis B. and 
Lucina (Hoar) Parsons. His father was the son of Captain 
Charles Parsons, an officer of the Revolutionary War, who served 
for over seven years from Ticonderoga, Valley Forge and Mon- 
mouth (where he was severely wounded) to Yorkton. Colonel 
Parsons was the sixth in descent from Cornet Joseph Parsons, 
who emigrated from England to Boston in 1636, and became a 
large land owner in and about the present sites of Springfield and 
Northampton, Massachusetts. From this ancestor and fifteen 
others that took part in Colonial Wars, Colonel Parsons derived 
his membership in this Society. 

Colonel Parsons was educated at Homer and Gouverneur, New 
York, and in 185 1 removed to Keokuk, Iowa, where he estab- 
lished and continued for years a successful banking business. 

During the Civil War he entered the Union Army, and was 
made captain, and placed in charge of army, rail and river trans- 




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portation at St. Louis. A position which he filled with such emi- 
nent success that he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant-colo- 
nel. Near the close of the war he was made cashier, and in 1870 
president of the State Savings Association, now the State National 
Bank of St. Louis, which position he held until his death, on Sep- 
tember 15, 1905. A period of service in this institution of over 
forty-one years. For twenty-two years Colonel Parsons was an- 
nually elected president of the St. Louis Clearing House. He 
was for some years president of the American Bankers'Association, 
and was chosen to preside over the World's Congress of Bankers 
and Financiers at Chicago Exposition in 1893. He was president of 
the Humane Society and the New England Society, commander 
of the Loyal Legion, and a member of the Grand Army of the Re- 
public, and a director in many public and charitable institutions. 

He traveled extensively and gathered a valuable art collection, 
which he bequeathed to the Washington University of St. Louis, 
of which institution he was a director. 

Colonel Parsons was married in 1857 to Miss Martha A. Pet- 
tus, who died in 1889, leaving no children, and in whose memory 
he endowed the Martha Parsons Free Hospital for children. 



328 3n (Btemondm. 



Daniel IReece TKIlolte. 



Born June 27, 1840. 
DIED June 1 , 1906. 



Daniel Reece Wolfe was born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, 
June 2^, 1840. When a young man he went to Wheeling, West 
Virginia, remaining there a number of years, and later going to 
Ironton, Ohio, where he was engaged in the iron business. In 
1878 he moved to St. Louis, still continuing in the same business 
until his death. 

Mr. Wolfe was very active in all Christian work, was for ten 
years president of the State Sunday School Association, and for 
twenty years he conducted the great Bethel Mission for the poor 
and neglected in St. Louis. 

Christmas was a happy time in his life, when with his family 
he could help give from a thousand to twelve hundred people a 
Merry Christmas. He was an elder in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, and for a long time clerk of the session. 

June 1st he was visiting in Dayton, Ohio, with his wife, having 
some business in Cincinnati he left in the morning apparently in 
the best of health, expecting to return at night, but in the after- 
noon, while sitting in the hotel, waiting for the train and reading 
his paper, a passing guest thought he looked strangely, and going 
to him, "he was not, for God took him." He was laid at rest in 
the Newton Cemetery, Massachusetts, June 4, 1906. 

In 1863 he was married to Miss Good, daughter of Judge Good, 
of Wheeling, West Virginia, who died in 1881, and in 1884 he 
was married again to Miss Colby, daughter of Gardner Colby, of 
Boston, Massachusetts, who survives him ; also four children, 
Mrs. F. L. Anderson, of Newton Center, Massachusetts ; Mr. M. 
G. Wolfe, of Hartford, Connecticut ; Mrs. George Harkness of 
St. Louis, and Miss Joanna G. Wolfe of St. Louis. 

Mr. Wolfe's membership in the Society of Colonial Wars was 
through the service of his ancestor, Reece Wolfe (1733-1797), 
lieutenant of the Sussex County (Delaware) Militia, i756-'58. 




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