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THK f.lFlLOI' 



LINEAGE BOOK 



National Society 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 




■voi.Trmi x:. 



Mary Jane Seymour, 

Historian General. 



WASHINGTON, D. C 






HA.RRISBURG, PA.: 
TRBSS op HaRRISBURO P0BU8HINO COMPANY. 

1899. 



PREFACE. 



With the dawn of the Twentieth Century the Tenth Lineage 
Book appears with its kindly greetings not only to every 
member of the National Society of the Daughters of the 
American Revolution, but to all who are interested in this 
crowning work of our order, the publication of its archives. 

This volume has donned a new gown, which is especially 
appropriate, as the book will now present a combination of 
the D. A. R. colors, blue and white. 

This volume contains the National Numbers 9001 to loooo. 
In it the Real Daughters occur in larger numbers and they 
are at present a prominent feature of our Society. 

We take pleasure in recording in this book the name and 
lineage of Madame de Corcelle, of France, whose grandfather 
was Marquis de Lafayette, the last survivor of the Generals 
of the American Revolution. 

M. J. S. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece, 

1. Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont, N. No. 5078, 

Honorary State Regent, California. 

2. Mrs. Sarah White Cheney, N. No. 1007 

Honorary State Regent, New Hampshire. 

3. Mrs. Mary Stuart Smith, N. No. 1185 

Honorary State Regent, Virginia. 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Olivia Tyler Olcott, N. No. 2481, 

Honorary State Regent, Connecticut. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece, 

1. Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont, N. No. 5078, 

Honorary State Regent, California. 

2. Mrs. Sarah White Cheney, N. No. 1007 

Honorary State Regent, New Hampshire. 

3. Mrs. Mary Stuart Smith, N. No. 1 185, 

Honorary State Regent, Virginia. 

4. Mrs. Elizabeth Olivia Tyler Olcott, N. No. 2481, 

Honorary State Regent, Connecticut. 



THE NATIONAL SCX3ETY 



OF THB 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 

OnaANizco at Washinqton City Octo sen 11, 1890. 



National Board of Managfcment* 

J895. 



Fmianit 6(tteral. 
Mrs. John W. Fostbr. 

Uice*FmkkBt (General ta Ctoarge of OrgaMisatlM «f €hat»tert. 

Mrs. Charles Sweet Johnson. 

Ukf-Fmianitt fiencral. 



Mrs. dbB. Randolph ELeim, 
Mrs. James McMillan, 
Mrs. a. Howard Hinkle, 
Mrs. Stephen J. Field, 
Mrs. Gertrude Van Cortlandt 

Hamilton. 
Mrs. Henry M. Shepard, 
Mrs. John Q. Adams, 
Mrs. Frances C. Griscom, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Andrew-Hill, 
Miss Virginia Miller. 



Mrs. Joseph Washington, 
Mrs. John A. T. Hull, 
Mrs. W. W. Shippen, 
Miss Amelia S. Knight, 
Mrs. Mary S. Lock wood, 
Mrs. L. p. Blackburn, 
Miss Alice Key Blunt, 
Mrs. Miranda Tulloch, 
Mrs. Joseph J. Bullock, 
Mrs. Francis S. Nash, 



HccorAMt ffcrctarv 6(B<niK 
Mrs. Roberdeau Buchanan. 

dwntpvMH ffcrctary OcMnii. 

Mrs. Wm. E. Earle. 
Mrs. Agnes Martin Burnett, Mrs. Philip Hichborn. 

CrctMrcr 6MeniL 

Mrs. Amos G. Draper. 



Bittorbia 6MeniL 

Mrs. Henry Gannett, 



JItfMUM WttorlaM fiencral. 

Mrs. Francis W. Dickins 



Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee. 

ei»a9Uihi fiencral. 
Mrs. Harry Heth. 



Smt Regents* 

Alabama, Mrs. James Bruce Morson. 

Arkansas, ** Wili^iam A. Cantrell. 

California, ** V. K. Maddox. 

Colorado, ** W11.1.1AM F. Si^ocum, Jr. 

Connecticut, Miss Susan C. Ci<arke. 

Delaware, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Churchman, 

District of Columbia, ** ICate Kearney Henry. 

Florida, ** D. G. Ambler. 

Georgia, ** Sarah Berrlan C.Morgan. 

Illinois, < ** S. H. Kerfoot. 

Indiana ** C. C. Foster. 

Iowa, ** Clara A. Cooley. 

Kansas, ** Mattie A. Hand. 

Kentucky, *• Henry L. Pope. 

Louisiana, Miss Katharine L. Minor. 

Maine . . Mrs. John U. Chandler. 

Maryland, *' John Ritchie. 

Massachusetts. ** Charles M. Green. 

Michigan, '' Wm. Fitzhugh Edwards. 

Minnesota, ** R. M. Newport. 

Mississippi, '* William Sims. 

Missouri ** Jas. J. O'Fallon. 

Montana ** E. A. Wasson. 

Nebraska, ** M. M. Palmer. 

New Hampshire, '* Josiah Carpenter. 

New Jersey, ** Wm. S. Stryker. 

New Mexico ** L.Bradford Prince. 

New York, Miss Mary I. Forsyth, 

North Carolina, Mrs. M. McK. Nash. 

Ohio ** Elroy M. Avery. 

Oklahoma, ** Cassius M. Barnes. 

Oregon, ** James B. Montgomery. 

Pennsylvania, . ** Nathaniel B. Hogg. 

Rhode Island, Miss Mary Anne Greene. 

South Carolina, Mrs. R. C. Bacon. 

South Dakota, ** Walter A. Burleigh. 

Tennessee, ** J. Harvey Mathes. 

Texas ** James B. Clark. 

Vermont, ** Jesse Burdett. 

Virginia, *' Wm. Wirt Henry. 

Washington, " Kdwin G. Crabbe. 

Wisconsin *' James S. Peck. 

Wyoming, ** G. W. Baxter. 

Jfiaoisory Board* 

Mrs. Daniel Lothrop, 
Mrs. a. C. Geer, Mrs. Alex. Jas. Perry, 

Mrs. John L. Mitchell, Mrs. Charles A. Mann, 

Mrs. a. G. Brackett, Miss Anna S. Mallett. 




donorary Officers* 

HOMoniry President eeneral. 

Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson. 

HOttonirv Uice-Presfdentt General. 

Klected for life. Date of election. 



Mrs. Margaret Hetzei<, 1892. 
Mrs. Lei<and Stanford, 1893. 
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, 1893. 
Mrs. John R. Putnam, 1893. 
Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894. 
Mrs. Ellen Hardin Wal- 
worth, 1894. 
Mrs. M. C. Butler, 1894. 



Miss Eugenia Washington, 

1895. 
Mrs. Joshua WiLBOUR, 1895. 
Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895. 
Mrs. R. Ogden Doremus, 1895. 
Mrs. Lucy Preston Be ale. 

1895. 
Miss Mary Desha, 1895. 



Stau Regents* 

Alabama, Mrs. James Bruce Morson. 

Arkansas, ** Wili^iam A. Cantrell. 

California, '* V. K. Maddox. 

Colorado, ** Wii<i,iam F. S1.0CUM, Jr. 

Connecticut, Miss Susan C. Clarke. 

Delaware, Mrs. Elizabeth C. Churchman. 

District of Columbia, *» Kate Kearney Henry. 

Florida, ** D. G. Ambler. 

Georgia ** Sarah Berrian C.Morgan. 

Illinois, < ** S. H. Kerfoot. 

Indiana ** C. C. Foster. 

Iowa, ** Clara A. Cooley. 

Kansas, *' Mattie A. Hand. 

Kentucky, ** Henry L. Pope. 

Louisiana, . Miss Katharine L. Minor. 

Maine, . Mrs. John U. Chandler. 

Maryland, •' John Ritchie. 

Massachusetts, ** Charles M. Green. 

Michigan, *' Wm. Fitzhugh Edwards. 

Minnesota. ** R. M. Newport. 

Mississippi '* William Sims. 

Missouri, ** Jas. J. O'Fallon. 

Montana, ** E. A. Wasson. 

Nebraska, ** M. M. Palmer. 

New Hampshire, ** Josiah Carpenter. 

New Jersey '* Wm. S. Stryker. 

New Mexico, '* L.Bradford Prince. 

New York, Miss Mary I. Forsyth, 

North Carolina, Mrs. M. McK. Nash. 

Ohio, ** Elroy M. Avery. 

Oklahoma, ** Cassius M. Barnes. 

Oregon, ** James B. Montgomery. 

Pennsylvania, . ** Nathaniel B. Hogg. 

Rhode Island Miss Mary Anne Greene. 

South Carolina, Mrs. R. C. Bacon. 

South Dakota, ** Walter A. Burleigh. 

Tennessee, ** J. Harvey Mathes. 

Texas, ** James B. Clark. 

Vermont, ** Jesse Burdett. 

Virginia, *' Wm. Wirt Henry. 

Washington, " Kdwin G. Crabbe. 

Wisconsin *' James S. Peck. 

Wyoming, ** G. W. Baxter. 

Jfiaoisory Boarl 

Mrs. Daniel Lothrop, 
Mrs. a. C. Geer, Mrs. Alex. Jas. Perry, 

Mrs. John L. Mitchell, Mrs. Charles A. Mann, 

Mrs. a. G. Brackett, Miss Anna S. Mallett. 



donorary Officers. 

HOMoniry Pre$i4nit eeneral. 

Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson. 

Hottorarv Uice-Fitsideiitt General. 

Klected for life. Date of election. 



Mrs. Margaret Hetzei<, 1892. 
Mrs. Lei<and Stanford, 1893. 
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, 1893. 
Mrs. John R. Putnam, 1893. 
Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894. 
Mrs. Ellen Hardin Wal- 
worth, 1894. 
Mrs. M. C. Butler, 1894. 



Miss Eugenia Washington, 

1895. 
Mrs. Joshua Wilbour, 1895. 
Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895. 
Mrs. R. OgdenDoremus, 1895. 
Mrs. Lucy Preston Be ale. 

1895. 
Miss Mary Desha, 1895. 



MEMBERS 



OF THB 



NATIONAL SOCIETY. 




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Mrs. Goodwin Sapp Elkin. 9001 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of William Elkin. 

Descendant of Edward Blackshear. 

Daughter of Henry M. Sapp and Eiizabeth Blackshear, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James J. Blackshear and Hattie Jones, his wife. 

Or. -grand daughter of Edward Blackshear and Emily Goodwin 
Mitchell, his wife. 

Edward Blackshear was a prominent Whig during the Rev- 
olution, His State was overrun by the enemy and he was out 
scouting when surprised by a band of Tories. He was among 
the wounded, and one of the party was killed. 

Also No. 8998. 

Mrs. Jonnie Sloan Buckley. 9002 

Born in Georgia, 

Wife of Edward Buckley, 

Descendant of Col. John McDowell and of CoL Robert Ir- 
win, of North Carolina ; Gen. Richard Winn, of South Caro- 
lina. 

Daughter of John Hugh Sloan and Mary Winn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew M. Sloan and Sarah McDowell, his wife; 
Thomas Bratton Winn and Elizabeth Johns Neely, his wife. 

NOTB.— The number st the tod of the name represents the National Namber of the 



2 DAUGHTERS Oi^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh McDowell and Margaret Irwin, his 
wife; Benjamin Franklin Winn and Mary Caroline Blucher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Irwin and Mary Alexander, his 
wife; and of John McDowell; and of Richard Winn. 

John McDowell was a member of the Assembly of Burke 
county and rose to the rank of colonel of militia. He was 
in the battles of Camden, Musgrove Mills, King's Mountain 
and was wounded three times during his service. 

Robert Irwin was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration 
and a member of the first State Convention. He served in 
the militia under Generals Sumpter and Rutherford. 

Also Nos. 6z6j 195 1, 3928. 

Richard Winn, at the battle of Hanging Rock, won the 

commendation of his general, who said of him, "he was the 

bravest man on that field." 
Also No. 8999. 

Mrs. Laura Barksdale Rogers. 9003 

Born in South Carolnia. 
Wife of Richard Morrison Rogers. 
Descendant of Joseph Griffin, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of James Henry Barksdale and Indiana Arnold Allen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Barksdale and Nancy Griffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Griffin and Mathilda Burns, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Griffin and Jane Smith, his wife. 

Joseph Griffin, at the age of seventeen, fought at King's 
Mountain and served as courier in Green's command. He 
gave valuable service in the warfare against the Tories, and 
was a pensioner when he died, at an advanced age. 

Mrs. Nellie Appleton Fitch Kingsley, 9004 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Homer Hitchcock Kingsley 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Bennett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Appleton Howe Fitch and Harriet Elizabeth Bennett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Epenetus Bennett and Susan Nye, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bennett and Susanna Simmons, his 
wife. 

Joseph Bennett, 1781, enlisted from Marlborough at the 

age of sixteen, and served to the close of the war. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



f Mrs. Ella Loomis Bogert, 9005 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Benezet Bogert. 

Descendant of Noah Loomis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin L. Loomis and Frances E. Hoyt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Allen Loomis and Eliza Hathaway, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ham Loomis and Elizabeth Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Loomis and Rhoda Clark, his wife. 

Noah Loomis was a minute man under Capt. Silas Forbes at 
the Lexington Alarm. He then enlisted in Capt. Lebbeus 
Ball's company, Col. Timothy Danielson's regiment. 

Mrs. Effie Rankin Jack Kennedy, 9006 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John W. Kennedy. 

Descendant of Gen. William Jack, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Capt. Ebenezer Gear Jack and Esther Jane Thomas, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Jack and Sarah Jane Newell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Jack and Lucretia Ann Gear, his 
wife. 

William Jack served as a soldier and artisan and was with the 
raw recruits who occupied Trenton when taken prisoner by 
the Hessians. He was compelled to shoe the horses of the 
enemy until, worn by fatigue, he could work no longer, when 
an irate Hessian officer struck him with a bar of iron and he 
carried the scar through life. During the Revolution he held 
many civil offices, which, the governor testified, "he dis- 
charged with faithfulness and repute." 

Also No. 7594. 

Mrs. Juliet McCullough Sechler. 9007 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Thomas Mackey Sechler. 

Descendant of William Williamson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Addison McCullough and Eliza Wilson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William B. Wilson and Nancy Williamson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Williamson and Catherine Buford, 
his wife. 

William Williamson, 1781, at the age of seventeen, enlisted 



4 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

in Capt. John Evans' company and was present at the sur- 
render of Cornwallis. He died in Ohio in 1852. 

Mrs. Mary Miller Grimes. 9008 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Loomis Grimes. 

Descendant of David Lyman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Luther Miller and Rhoda Phelps Lyman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lyman and Rhoda P. Belden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Lyman and Mary Brown, his wife. 

David Lyman was a soldier in the militia until detailed to run 
a grist mill for the supply of the troops. There were twenty- 
six of the name who served in the Revolution. 

Mrs. Ina Viola Ambrose Riker. 9009 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Alpheus Riker. 

Descendant of William Sargent, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Thomas Ambrose and Rachel White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mordecai James William Ambrose and Sophia 
Patton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mordecai Ambrose and Mahala Sargent, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Sargent and Mary McNeal, his 
wife. 

William Sargent, 1776, enlisted from Frederick at the age 
of sixteen. During the war he served under Capt. William 
Lockett, Capt. Thomas Frazier and Capt. William Richard- 
son. He was a pensioner when he died, in Kentucky, in 1844. 

Also No. 5074. 

Mrs. Medora Harris Trego. 9010 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles Tillyer Trego. 

Descendant of James Langworthy, of Vermont; Sergt. 
Jonathan Massey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Daniel Smith Harris and Sarah Maria Langworthy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Stephen Langworthy and Betsey Massey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Langworthy and Anna Dean, his wife; 
Jonathan Massey and Betsey Woodbury, his wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 



James Langworthy served in the expedition against Ticon- 
deroga and suffered many hardships in that perilous march. 

Jonathan Massey, 1777, was sergeant in Capt. Jeremiah 
Dow's company, Col. Joseph Welch's regiment of volunteers 
that marched from Salem to reinforce the Northern Army, 
after the battle of Bemis Heights. 

Also No. 6169. 

Mrs. Dell Mountjoy Bradley. 90 ii 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Alexander Orr Bradley. 

Descendant of Lieut. Amos Colburn, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Horace Payne and Selina Francis Colburn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Colburn and Mary Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Colburn and Mercy Everett, his wife. 

Amos Colburn, 1776-78, served as Heutenant of the Third 
Regiment, Continental Line. He lived to the advanced age 
of eighty-six. Major Andrew Colburn, who died of wounds 
received at the battle of Stillwater, was of the same family. 

Mrs. Abigail Corbin Abbot Barry. 9012 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel Stedman Barry. 

Descendant of Corp. Nathaniel Corbin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Abbot and Abigail Corbin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Corbin and Keziah Loring, his wife. 

Nathaniel Corbin, 1775, enlisted as a drummer in Capt. Sam- 
uel Curtiss' company and in 1776 served as a corporal under 
Capt. William Carter. He was at the surrender of Burgoyne 
in Capt. Abel Mason's company, and a pensioner when he 
died, at Marshfield, Vt., at the age of eighty-five. 

Mrs. Lena Fitzsimons. 9013 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Edward Motte Fitzsimons. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Powers, of North Carolina. 
Daughter of Albert Gallatin Foster and Caroline Colbert, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Frederick Colbert and Temperance Powers, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Powers and Penelope Hardy, his wife. 



6 DAUGHTERS Ol? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

James Powers, 1776, was lieutenant in the Seventh Regi- 
ment, Continental Line, commanded by Col. James Hogen. 
This brave colonel led his troops through the campaign in 
the South until they were captured in Charleston. He died 
in Georgia in 1818 at the age of seventy-one. 

Mrs. Frances L. Teller. 9014 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James H. Teller. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Knowlton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of 'Francis Wheelock and Rosella C. Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Ward and Cornelia L. Wright, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Wright and Laura Knowlton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Knowlton and Anna Keyes, his 
wife. 

Thomas Knowlton marched with his company to Breed's 
Hill, June i6, 1775, and at the battle repulsed the British in 
their attack on the right wing. His company served as body- 
guard to Washington when -he was promoted to major of 
Continental Infantry. He led his command at the battle of 
Long Island and was killed at Harlem Plains, September 16, 
1776. A monument to his memory has recently been placed 

on the capitol grounds, Hartford. 
Also No. 190. 

Mrs, H. Dickinson Fry. 9015' 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of William E. Fry. 

Descendant of Col. Eli Mygatt and of Ens. John Whittlesey, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Orlando B. Dickinson and Lucy M. Collins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lyman Collins and Harriet Whittlesey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of EHsha Whittlesey and Polly Mygatt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Comfort Starr Mygatt and Lucy Knapp, 
his wife; John Whittlesey and Mary Beale, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eli Mygatt and Abigail Starr, his 
wife. 

Eli Mygatt served in civil life as well as in the militia. He 
turned out to defend the State in the Tryon invasion and his 
home was destroyed at the raid on Danbury. 

Also Nos. 2382, 3100, 5220, 7428. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



John Whittlesey, while serving as selectman, recruited men 
and forwarded supplies. He was ensign in 1777 in the alarm 
list and in 1781 served under Capt. William Moulton. 

Also Nos. 281 1, 3877, 4178. 

Mrs. Martha L. Cole Francis. 9016 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of George H. Francis." 

Descendant of Sergt. Amos Cole, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Festus B. Cole and Louisa Monroe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos Cole and Lucy Clark, his wife. 

Amos Cole, early in the war, volunteered as a private and 
served several enlistments during the Revolution. He was 
sergeant 1777-78 in the Rhode Island campaign, and a pen- 
sioner when he died, in New York, at the age of ninety-three. 

Also No. 2994. 

Mrs. Josephine Mighill Perley Gillette. 9017 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edwin Lewis Gillette. 

Descendant of Capt. William Perley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Humphrey Clark Perley and Hester Malvinia Wilcox, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter, of Rev. Humphrey Clark Perley and Elizabeth 
Mighill, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Perley and Sarah Clark, his wife. 

William Perley came of a race of patriots and his mother 
was a sister of Israel Putnam, who instilled in him the love 
of freedom. He was a member of the Sons of Liberty and 
was chosen captain of the Boxford minute men, which he led 
at Bunker Hill and where eight of his company were left dead 
upon the field of battle. 

Mrs. Irene Fargo Andrews. 9018 

Born in Michigan. 
Widow of James C. B. Andrews. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Fargo, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Fargo and Mary Bradford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Congdell Fargo and Tacy Strong, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Fargo and Mary Congdell, his wife. 



8 DAUGHTERS Ol? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

William Fargo, 1776, enlisted for one year in Capt. Wil- 
liam Colt's company and when this service had expired he 
reenlisted for the war. He was sergeant in 1781 under Capt. 
Jonathan Heart in Lafayette's command and was present at 
the siege of Yorktown. 

Mrs. Margaret Burgoyne Tesson. 9019 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of L. S. Tesson, Medical Corps, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Maj. William Wilson and of Maj. Gen. James 

Potter, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Oliver Perry Duncan and Susan Wilson Potter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Potter and Maria Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wilson and Mary Scott, his wife; 
Judge James Potter and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of James Potter and Mary Patterson Chal- 
mers, his wife. 

William Wilson served in Thompson's rifle battalion until 
i promoted to lieutenant, 1776, in the Continental Infantry. 
He commanded a company at Monmouth, where he captured 
a flag. He served* until peace was declared and was a mem- 
ber of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

James Potter, during the Revolution, was a member of the 
Constitutional Convention and of the State Council. He com- 
manded Northumberland county militia at Trenton, Prince- 
ton, Brandywine and Germantown. He gave valuable ser- 
vice in repelling the Indians and at the close of the war held 
the rank of major general of militia. 

Also Nos. 3795, 4532, 7738. 

Mrs. Delfhine Gillette Jenks. 9020 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of William Shippen Jenks. 

Descendant of Capt. William Perley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin Lewis Gillette and Josephine Mighill Perley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Humphrey Clark Perley and Hester Malvinia 
Wilcox,. his wife. 

See No. 9017. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 



Mrs. Helen Eliza Wood Stedman. 9021 

Born in Illinois. 

Widow of Asa Wolverton Stedman. 

Descendant of Capt. Titus Watson, Ens. Nathan Bennett, 
David Wood, Enoch Wood and Samuel Barlow, all of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Enoch Wood, Jr., and Sophia Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Larry Bennett and Mary Watson, his wife; 
Enoch Wood and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Titus Watson and Mercy Merrill, his wife; 
Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife; David Wood and 
Dorothy Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barlow and Esther Hull, his wife. 

Titus Watson entered the army as sergeant and commanded 
a company at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. 
He had six brothers who served as captains during the war. 

Nathan Bennett was a minute man at Lexington and ensign 
in Bradley's battalion, Wadsworth's brigade, at Fort Wash- 
ington, where he was taken prisoner. 

Samuel Barlow was a patriot who inspired his three sons, 
Aaron, Joel and Thomas, to serve nobly their country. Joel 
was the poet chaplain, who sent a Bible to his sister Huldah, 
with these lines : 

"Her brother sends the Book of Life, 
He begs her kindly to receive it 
Tho' Tories say he don*t believe it." 

Enoch Wood, 1779, at the age of sixteen, volunteered in 
Capt. Tyrannis Collins' company and was confined in Canada 
over two years. He located his grant of land at Camillus, N. 
Y., where he died a pensioner at the age of eighty-four. His 
father also served in the militia. 

Also Nos. 2222, 3588, 4741, 6165. 

Mrs. Fannie Graves Means. 9022 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Joseph C. Means. 

Descendant of David Graves and of David Graves, Jr., of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Lynus Graves and Virginia Haden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Graves and Fannie Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Graves, Jr., and Matilda Bowman, his 
wife. 



lO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Graves and Mary Smith, his wffe. 

David Graves, although over eighty, served on the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Hartford. He sent all his sons into the 
army and two were killed. 

David Graves, Jr., was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm. He died in 1815, at the age of eighty-two. 

Mrs, Nora Miser Scott. 902^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Owen Scott. 

Descendant of Philip Fishburn, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Miser and Ann Maria Noles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Noles and Barbara Fishburn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaug'hter of Philip Fishburn and Henrietta Maria Coles^ 
his wife. 

Philip Fishburn, 1776, served as recruiting officer and pay- 
master. His wife when a girl of seventeen rode alone through 
swamps to warn the troops, in which her brother was serving, 
of the approach of the British. 

Mrs. Mary Burnett Anderson Cheney. 9024 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Jonathan Henry Cheney. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Burnett and of John Burnett, 
of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. John Anderson and Elizabeth Morrison Hulsey^ 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Joel Hulsey and Mary Burnett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Burnett and Mary Beck, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Burnett and Margaret Robinson, 
his wife. 

James Burnett, 1776, was appointed lieutenant in the Sixth 
Regiment. His son John enlisted in 1780, when a lad, in 
Capt. Uriah Springer's company. Col. John Gibson's regi- 
ment, for service in the Western Department. 

Miss Grace Cheney. 9025- 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Lieut. James Burnett, John Burnett and 
Lieut. Henry Dawson, of Virginia ; Thomas Cheney, of Penn- 
sylvania. 



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Daughter of Jonathan Henry Cheney and Mary Burnett Anderson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Owen Cheney and Maria Dawson, his wife. 

See No. 9024. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Wells Dawson and Ann Cheney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Cheney and Maria Mitchell, his wife; 
Henry Dawson and Maria Wells, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Cheney and Mary Riley Tay- 
lor, his wife. 

Henry Dawson entered the army as ensign and served as 
lieutenant and quartermaster of Col. John Gibson's regiment. 
He was actively engaged against the Indians on the western 
frontier. He died in Kentucky in 181 5, aged sixty-seven. 

Thomas Cheney was a noted Whig, and served as a mem- 
ber of the Chester county Council of Safety and sub-lieuten- 
ant of militia. He carried valuable information to Washing- 
ton at the battle of Brandy wine. 

Mrs. Mary Ann Cheney Marmon. 9026 

Born in Illinois. 
Widow of William W. Marmon. 

Descendant of Thomas Cheney and of Lieut. Henry Dawson. 
Daughter of Owen Cheney and Maria Dawson, his wife. 
See No. 9025. 

Miss Laura Henrietta Webb. 9027 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Burnett and of John Burnett. 
Daughter of Richard Daron Webb and Elizabeth Morrison Hulsey, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Joel Hulsey and Mary Burnett, his wife. 
See No. 9024. 

Mrs. Mary Gibson Helm, 9028 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Dr. Walter B. Helm. 
Descendant of John Gibson, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Allen Gibson and Eliza Jane Stewart, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James B. Gibson and Sally Margaret Townsend, 
his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Gibson and Ruth Brown, his wife. 



12 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Gibson, 1776, enlisted in the company commanded by 
Capt. Josiah Gibbs, Col. William Richmond's regiment. He 
was a pensioner when he died at Jackson, Michigan, in 1848, 
at the age of over one hundred years. 

Mrs. Ama Robinson Taylor. 9029 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Horace W. Taylor. 

Descendant of Sergt. Moses Robinson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Smith Robinson and Ama Fletcher Sears, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Robinson and Hannah Smith, his wife. 
Moses Robinson, 1780, volunteered in the militia and in 1781 
served as sergeant in Maj. Benjamin Burton's regiment. 

Mrs. Minnie Gertrude Smith Budlong. 9030 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Budlong. 

Descendant of Ezra Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philander Smith and Adeline Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Smith and Fanny Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Smith and Phebe Wolcott, his wife. 

Ezra Smith turned out from Sudbury at the Lexington 
Alarm and served at the siege of Boston. He died in New- 
York in 1834, at the age of eighty. 

Mrs. Mabel Hurd Walker Herrick. 9031 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Erastus Herrick. 
Descendant of Jonathan Giles, Corp. James Giles and Capt. 

Samuel Clark, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Walker and Venetia Rebecca Hurd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hurd and Almira Elizabeth Sheldon, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Sheldon and Rebecca Giles, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Giles and Elizabeth Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark; and of Jonathan Giles. 

Samuel Clark commanded a company under Col. John 
Brown and Col. Benjamin Simonds. He gave valuable ser- 
vice throughout the Revolution. 

James Giles, 1777, at the age of seventeen, enlisted for three 



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years under Capt. Moses Ashley and was in the Burgoyne 
campaign. He served at Stone Arabia in 1780 in Col. John 
Brown's regiment, where the troops were ambushed and the 
colonel killed. In 1886 a bowlder monument was placed on 
this battlefield of the Mohawk Valley. 
Jonathan Giles served with the militia in home defense. 

; 

Mrs. Venetia Rebecca Hurd Walker. 9032 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Alexander Walker. 
Descendant of Jonathan Giles, Corp. James Giles and Capt. 

Samuel Clark. 

Daughter of Benjamin Hurd and Almira Elizabeth Sheldon, his 
wife. 
See No. 9031. 

Mrs. Almira Elizabeth Sheldon Hurd. 903 j 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Benjamin Hurd. 
Descendant of Jonathan Giles, Corp. James Giles and Capt. 

Samuel Clark. 
Daughter of Caleb Sheldon and Rebecca Giles, his wife. 
See No. 9031. 

Mrs. Ethel Johnston Hurty. 9034 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of John Newell Hurty. 

Descendant of Hon. James Bryson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Frederick Johnston and Mary Stephens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Stephens and Anne Dagnia Palmer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Palmer and Sarah Miller Bryson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Bryson and Mary Miller, his wife. 

James Bryson was assistant postmaster general to Dr. Ben- 
jamin Franklin. He served as lieutenant of Philadelphia As- 
sociators, a company which harassed the enemy at the battle 
of Germantown. He died in Kentucky in 1813, aged seventy. 

Also No. 6360. 



14 DAUGHTERS 01? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Alice Barbee Wick. 9035 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel McFarland and of William Bar- 
bee, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Watson Wick and Isabella Graham Barbee, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Barbee and Alice Bickerton Winston, 
his wife; Rev. William Wick and Elizabeth McFarland, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Barbee and Mary Smith, his wife; 
Daniel McFarland and Sarah Barber, his wife. 

William Barbee volunteered from Mecklenburg county in 
Capt. Grover's company, Col. Lewis Burwell's regiment. He 
died in Ohio in 1813, at the age of fifty-four. 

Also No. 7765. 

Daniel McFarland, who was born in Massachusetts, com- 
manded a regiment of Rangers, raised in the valleys of Mo- 
nongahala and Ohio, during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Stephens Johnston. 9036 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of John Frederick Johnston. 

Descendant of Hon. James Bryson, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Charles Stephens and Ann Palmer, his wife. 
See No. 9034. 

Mrs. Harriet Newell Lodge. 9037 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of James Irwin Lodge. 

Descendant of William Park, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Pratt Newell and Abigail Park, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Park and Nabby Kimball, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Park and Eunice Stone, his wife. 

William Park turned out at the Lexington Alarm and fought 
at Bunker Hill with two brothers at his side, the youngest of 
whom was killed. He served in Rhode Island, 1781, in the 
company of Capt. Daniel Moore. 

Miss Justine Nowland. 9038 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Col. James Otis and of Brig. Gen. Joseph 
Otis, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of J. H. B. Nowland and Amelia Theresa Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Justin Smith and Maria Brenneck Lloyd, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Polycarpus Smith and Dorothy Otis, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Otis and Rebecca Sturgis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Otis and Mary Allyne, his wife. 

James Otis, who had held important offices under the Crown, 
when the Revolution began served on the Council of Safety, 
of which he was the oldest member and the president. He 
died in 1778, at the age of seventy-six. His eldest son, James, 
was a noted patriot and orator and his son, Stephen Allyne, 
was an able legislator during the war. 

Joseph Otis was a member of the Legislature and brigadier 
general of militia. He rendered essential service in protect- 
ing the boats which sought refuge in Barnstable harbor. He 

died in 1810, at the age of eighty-two. 
Also Nos. 966, 3576, 6353. 

Miss Lucretia Lawrence Boggs. 9039 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Gen. William Thompson, Capt. Matthew 

Scott and John Boggs, of Pennsylvania; Isaac Stearns and 

Timothy Stearns, of Massachusetts; Capt. Isaac Cook, Col. 

Isaac Cook, Jr., and Isaac Cook, of Connecticut; WilHam 

Taylor, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John McMeechin Boggs and Frances Lane Stearns, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Boggs and Margaret Scott Cook, his wife; 
Timothy Stearns, Jr., and Catherine Green Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Isaac Cook and Margaret Scott, his 
wife; Isaac Taylor and Lydia Perkins, his wife; Timothy Stearns and 
Sarah Lane, his wife; John Boggs and Sarah McMeechin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Scott and Elizabeth Thompson, 
his wife; Isaac Cook, Jr., and Martha Cook, his wife; William Taylor 
and Lucy Embry, his wife; Isaac Stearns and Mary Crosby, his wife; 
John Boggs and Jane Irwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Thompson; and of Isaac 
Cook and Jerusha Sexton, his wife. 

William Thompson, 1775, led a Rifle regiment at Lechmere 
Point and 1776 he was promoted and ordered to reinforce 
Gen. John Thomas in Canada. He was taken prisoner at 
Trois Rivieres and not exchanged until 1780. 

Isaac Cook commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm. 



1 6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Isaac Cook, Jr., 1775-83, rose from captain to lieutenant 
colonel and his son Isaac, although a lad, served as a scout. 

Matthew Scott, 1776, as lieutenant of Miles' rifle regiment, 
was taken prisoner at Long Island. When exchanged he led 
his company at Brandywine and Germantown. 

William Taylor was a soldier under Capt. Bateman Lloyd. 

Also Nos. 1034, 1049, 2400, 3491, 3582, 4747, 61 16, 7990. 

Isaac Stearns served at Bunker Hill, the siege of Boston 
and Ticonderoga. His son Timothy, at the age of seventeen, 

enlisted as a private in Capt. Walter McFarland's company. 

Also 2153. 

John Boggs, who gave service as a soldier in the State 
where he was born, died in Ohio, in 1819, at eighty-seven. 

Mrs. Jane Rose Campbell Anderson, 904a 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Albert Barnes Anderson. 

Descendant of Rev. WilHam Johnston and of Col. Witter 
Johnston, of New York. 

Daughter of Prof. John L. Campbell and Mary Johnston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. James Hervey Johnston and Eliza Grover, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Witter Johnston and Jane Campbell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. William Johnston and Anne Witter 
Cummings, his wife. 

William Johnston was a patriot preacher and the manu- 
script of his thanksgiving sermon, delivered 1782, was shown 
at the Sidney Centennial Jubilee in 1872. His young son 
Hughy saved the family at the massacre of Cherry Valley by 
giving them warning at the risk of his life. 

Witter Johnston served in the milita during the war and 
1778 was one of the defenders of the fort at Cherry Valley. 
He was with Col. Willett in many of his engagements with 
the Indians and Tories in the Mohawk Valley and this gallant 
colonel in 1781 led the militia that killed Capt. Walter Butler, 
the commander of the massacre of Cherry Valley. He died 
at Sidney Plains, at the age of eighty-six. 

Mrs. Delight Benton Kerr. 904 e 

Born in Indiana. 
Wi^e of Walter Kerr. 



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Descendant of David Benton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Wilbur C. Benton and Sarah Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Benton and Hetty Vermilya, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Benton and Sarah Benton, his wife. 

David Benton, 1780, at the age of seventeen, enlisted for 

the defense of the Mohawk Valley under Col. John Brown, 

who was killed at the surprise at Stone Arabia. He was 

seaman on the "Favorite" when it was captured by the "Al- 

pheus" and confined on the "Jersey." He was a pensioner 

when he died in 1845. 
Also No. 4120. 

i 

Mrs. Mary Waters Lockwood, 9042 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Jonathan Jaquess, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of John L. Waters and Caroline Jaquess, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Wesley Jaquess and Judith Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Jaquess and Rebecca Frazier, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Jaquess served as a private and fought in many 
battles. He removed to Indiana and the farm where he lived 
and is buried is still in the family. Upon his tomb is in- 
scribed, "Here lies a patriot who faithfully served his coun- 
try five years, both by land and sea." He died aged ninety. 

Also No. 8223. 

Mrs. Sarah E. Jaquess Bozeman. 9043 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Jonathan Jaquess, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of John Wesley Jaquess and Judith Smith, his wife. 
See No. 9042. 

Mrs. Margaretta Biggs Miller. 9044 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles H. Miller. 

Descendant of Capt. John Langdon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas R. Biggs and Mary Elizabeth Langdon, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elam Potter Langdon and Ann Cromwell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Langdon and Esther Stebbins, his wife. 
2 



1 8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Langdon and Eunice Torrey, his 
wife. 

John Langdon, who had fought in the French and Indian 
wars, served at the siege of Boston under his brother, Capt. 
Paul Langdon, and in the same company was his son, John 
Wilson Langdon. He commanded, in 1777, a company in 
Jackson's additional Continental regiment. He lived to the 
advanced age of ninety-four. 
Also Nos. i486, 4885, 5071, 6308, 7868. 

Miss Frances Febiger Biggs. 904^^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. John Langdon. 

Daughter of Thomas R. Biggs and Mary Elizabeth Langdon, his 
wife. 
See No. 9044. 

Miss Susan Kirby. 9046 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Deacon Thomas Putnam, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of John Marvin Kirby and Mary Fredericka Putnam, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Elisha Putnam and Susan J. Sayer, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha D. Putnam and Nancy Melville, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Putnam and Lydia Durant Parker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Putnam and Rachel Weth- 
erbe, his wife. 

Thomas Putnam was the first justice of the peace of Acworth 
and served as moderator and selectman. He was a soldier at 
the battle of Bennington under Capt. Abel Walker. He died 
at Charlestown, in 1814, at the age of eighty-six. 

Also No. 5714. 

Mrs. Emma Phelps Gillett Allen. 9047 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank E. Allen. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Phelps and of Jared Phelps, of 
Connecticut. 



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Daughter of David Gillett and Welthy Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Phelps and Phebe Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jared Phelps and Rowena Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Phelps and Desirah Dewey, his wife. 

John Phelps enlisted as a private from Hebron for three 
years and rose to the rank of lieutenant. 

Jared Phelps, 1777, volunteered at the age of seventeen, as 
fife-major. He survived to receive a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Eva Paull Van Slyke. 9048 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles B. Van Slyke. 

Descendant of Lieut. George Sloan, of New York. 

Daughter of John G. Paull and Harriet Sheldon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Sheldon and Adelaide Throop, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Throop and Electra Sloan, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of George Sloan, who served 
during the Revolution and was a pensioner from St. Law- 
rence county when he died at an advanced age. 

Mrs. Fanny Tucker Beals. 9049 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel James Beals. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Tucker and of Capt. Jona- 
than Tucker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Augustus Tucker and Sarah Duncan Eaton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Tucker and Fanny Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Tucker and Sarah Coberon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Tucker and Annis Thompson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Tucker. 

Jonathan Tucker, 1774, was a delegate to the Provincial 
Congress held at Concord and in 1775 a member of the Con- 
gress which met at Cambridge. 

William Tucker enlisted from Charlton and served in the 
militia during the war. He died in 1815, aged eighty-one. 

Mrs. Emma Louise Hoff Reed. goj'o 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Antes Reed. 

Descendant of Samuel Barlow and of Ens. Nathan Bennett, 
of Connecticut. 



20 DAUGHTERS OF THt AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of B. Campbell Hoff and Mary J. Bennett, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Bennett and Hannah Cranford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife. 
See No. 9021. 

Miss Hattie Lee Larrabee. 9op 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., and Alexander 
Potter, of Maine ; Capt. Joseph Bulkley and Lieut. John Hub- 
bell, of Connecticut; Gov. Thomas Sim Lee, of Maryland. 

Daughter of_Prof. John Albert Larrabee, M. D., and Harriet 
Winslow Bulkley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Rogers Larrabee and Martha Cowing 
Coombs, his wife; William Henry Bulkley and Sarah Lee Riggs, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Larrabee and Jane Rogers, his wife; 
Uriah Bulkley and Jane Sayre, his wife; Daniel Coombs and Deborah 
Cowing, his wife; Samuel Riggs and Matilda Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., and Lydia Bailey, 
his wife; John Rogers and Jane Potter, his wife; Thomas Sim Lee 
and Mary Digges, his wife; Joseph Bulkley and Ellen Hubbell, his 
wife; Stephen Coombs and Mindwell Dow, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hubbell and Ellen Burr, his 
wife; and of Alexander Potter. 

Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., entered the army as captain, as did 
also his brother Nathaniel. 

Alexander Potter, at the age of sixty-five, turned out from 
Topsham at the first call for troops. 

Joseph Bulkley served through the war and died in 1851, 
in the house where he was born, aged ninety-two. 

Also No. 2917. 

John Hubbell served with the Fairfield company in the 
Coast Guard and in the Burgoyne campaign. 

Also No. 4679. 

Thomas Sim Lee, 1779-83, was governor of Maryland, when 
he was elected to the Continental Congress. He died in 1819, 
at the age of seventy-five. 

Mrs, Mary Moore Washburne. 905'2 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of George R. Washburne. 
Descendant of Capt. Abraham Shepherd, of Virginia. 



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Daughter of William Boone Moore and Annie Thomson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harrison Phelps Thomson and Joicy Quissen- 
berry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Quissenberry and Elizabeth Haggard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Haggard and Mary Shepherd, his 
wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Abraham Shepherd, 

who commanded a company in Col. Daniel Morgan's regi- 
ment, which won distinction at the battle of Saratoga. He 
served in the cavalry until retired in 1778. 

Mrs. Mary Ormsby Gray Nalle. 90^3 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Ion Beverly Nalle. 

Descendant of Gen. Thomas Nelson, Jr., Col. Bennett Hen- 
derson and Capt. George Gray, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Peter De Butts Ormsby Gray and Mary Eliza- 
beth Nelson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Lee Nelson and Elizabeth Henderson, his 
wife; John Thompson Gray and Mary Ormsby, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Nelson and Mary Lee, his wife; 
George Gray and Mildred Roots Thompson, his wife; Isham Hender- 
son and Harriet Kirtley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Nelson and Daniels, his 

wife; Bennett Henderson and Elizabeth Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Nelson, Jr., and Lucy 
Grymes, his wife; Charles Lewis and Mary Randolph, his wife. 

Thomas Nelson, Jr., was a member of the first House of 
Delegates and of the convention that framed the State Consti- 
tution. He was a member of the Continental Congress and 
Signer of the Declaration of Independence. He served as 
county lieutenant, became governor in 1781, and led the 
militia at Yorktown. His statue adorns the Washington 
monument at Richmond. 

Also Nos. 411, 3481, 4281, 6080. 

Bennett Henderson, 1775, served in the ranks in a company 
from Albemarle county, commanded by Capt. Charles Lewis. 

George Gray fitted out a company of Horse and maintained 

them at his own expense. James Monroe served under him 

as lieutenant and this cousin became President of the United 

States and served as pall-bearer at his funeral. 
Also Nos. 527, 902, 4882, 8409. 



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Edith Sanders Hunter. 90^4 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of Abner C. Hunter. 

Descendant of Rev. John Gano. 

Daughter of Lewis Sanders and Margaret H. Price, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Price and Susan Gano, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gano and Sarah Stites, his wife. 

John Gano, 1776, was chaplain in the Continental Infantry 
and of Col. Lewis Dubois' Fifth Regiment. He gave valuable 
service in the field and was promoted to brigade chaplain 
under Gen. James Clinton, with whom he served to the close 
of the war. He was an original member of the Society of the 
Cincinnati of New York, and died in Kentucky in 1804, at 
the age of seventy-seven. 

Also No. 75, 4993, 6132, 7784. 

Mrs. Alice Baldwin Vairin. 9ojj 

Born in Louisiana. 

Wife of Nugent Beverly Vairin. 

Descendant of Jacob Baldwin, of Massachusetts; Lieut. 
William Turner, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Albert Baldwin and Arthemise Bouligny, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Baldwin and Martha Payson Bruce, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Baldwin and Sarah Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Turner and Jane Wright, his 
wife. I 

William Turner served under Capt. Roger Gilmore and 
Capt. Samuel Twitchel. He marched to reinforce Ticon- 
deroga, 1777, in the command of Col. Thomas Heald and in 
1778 he turned out for the defense of Rhode Island. 

Jacob Baldwin, 1780, enlisted from Dunstable in the Arti- 
ficers under Daniel Frye and also served under Capt. Mat- 
thew Chambers. He died in 1844, aged eighty-four. 

Mrs. Frances Jane Wyman Dudley, 90^6 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Palmer Dudley. 
Descendant of WilHam Wyman, of Maine. 
Daughter of Francis Wyman and Abigail Gammon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Wyman and Mary Percy, his wife. 



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William Wyman, at the age of seventeen, enlisted in the sea- 
coast guard and served under Capt. James McCobb and 
Capt. Jordan Parker. He was a pensioner when he died, in 
1857, at the advanced age of ninety-five. 

Miss Nettie Gould Dolley. goj'y 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Abbott, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Stephen H. Dolley and Almira Kittredge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James R. Kittredge and Polly Abbott, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Abbott and Polly Brown, his wife. 

Joshua Abbott commanded a company of militia in Col. 
Henry Gerrish's regiment, which turned out to reinforce the 
Northern army after the battle of Bennington. 

Mrs, Frances Olney Goodhue Glasier. 901^8 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Daniel Glasier. 

Descendant of Daniel Goodhue, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Richard Shatswell Goodhue and Sarah Wendell Quncy, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Goodhue and Hannah Shatswell, his wife. 

Daniel Goodhue, at the age of seventeen, fought at Bunker 
Hill in Capt. Abraham Dodge's company. In 1776 he en- 
listed on the privateer "Fancy," commanded by Capt. John 
Lee, which was captured August 7, 1777, and sent to 
Plymouth, England. The crew were incarcerated in Mill 
Prison until peace was declared. 

Mrs. Emma Drummond Dole. 90^9 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of James Albert Dole. 

Descendant of Col Josiah Hayden, Joseph Chamberlain, 
Wilson Chamberlain and Lieut. Jesse Whitney, all of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Manuel Smith Drummond and Lucinda Curtis Cham- 
berlain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Chamberlain and Hannah Nichols Hus- 
ton, his wife; John Drummond and Damaris Hayden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlain and Lucy Whitney, his 
wife; Josiah Hayden and Silence Howard, his wife. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Wilson Chamberlain and Elizabeth Aus- 
tin, his wife; Jesse Whitney and Mary Cheney, his wife. 

Josiah Hayden led a company of minute men at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He was appointed major under Col. John 
Bailey, 1776, and was at the battle of Harlem Heights, 
where he commanded the regiment. 

Also No. 5895. 

Wilson Chamberlain turned out at various alarms during the 
Revolution and his son Joseph enhsted in 1780, for three 
years, at the age of eighteen. 

Jesse Whitney, 1776, served in Rhode Island and 1777 was 
lieutenant under Capt. Peter Penniman, Col. Job Cushing's 
regiment. He died in 1815, aged eighty-one. 

Also No. 6828. 

Miss Luetta King. 9060 

Born in Maine. 
Descendant of Benjamin King, Sergt. George King, Corp. 
Abner Shaw, Loring Cushing, Ezekiel Cushing, Eleazer Cole, 
of Massachusetts; Samuel Hart, James Hight, Gilbert Per- 
kins, Richard Perkins and Ens. Dodivah Garland, of New 

Hampshire. 

Daughter of Marquis Fayette King and Frances Olivia Plaisted, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Hall King and Eliza Shaw, his wife; 
Samuel Pomroy Plaisted and Sabrina Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gilbert Shaw and Silence Cole, his wife; 
Samuel King and Sally Hall, his wife; Samuel Plaisted and Susan 
Hight, his wife; Benjamin Garland Perkins and Francis Cushing, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Shaw and Abigail Eaton, his wife; 
George King and Betty Shaw, his wife; James Hight and Dorcas 
Mills, his wife; Ezekiel Cushing and Frances McCobb, his wife; Sam- 
uel Plaisted and Elizabeth Hart, his wife; Eleazer Cole and Lucy 
Shurtleff, his wife; Richard Perkins and Abigail Garland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin King and Abiah Leonard, 
his wife; Loring Cushing and Mary Parker, his wife; Samuel Hart 
and Elizabeth Lambert, his wife; Gilbert Perkins and Charity Hart- 
ford, his wife; and of Dodivah Garland. 

Benjamin King was a member of the Committee of Safety 

and of the Provincial Congress. He had five sons in the war. 

George King spread the news of the Concord fight at Ryn- 



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ham and marched with the minute men. He served at the 
siege of Boston and the Rhode Island campaign. 

Abner Shaw served in different commands during the war. 

Loring Gushing, a graduate of Harvard, died in the army 
in 1777, and his son Ezekiel served in the same company. 

Eleazer Cole, 1775, enlisted as a drummer and was a pen- 
sioner when he died, in 1833, at the age of eighty-six. 

Samuel Hart and James Hight were privates in Capt. Titus 
Salter's company of Artillery. 

Gilbert Perkins, 1775-77, served in the ranks and his son 
Richard was at Bunker Hill, Harlem Heights and Stillwater. 
He was a pensioner when he died in 1832. 

Dodivah Garland, 1775, served under Capt. PhiHp Hubbard. 

Mrs. Eleanor Wildrage Deering Rounds. 9061 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Harry D. Rounds. 

Descendant of Col. John Waite, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Waite Deering and Georgiana Sparhawk 
Hovey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Fullerton Deering and Nancy Waite, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Waite and Eleanor Wildrage, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Waite and Hannah Jones, his wife. 

John Waite served as a member of the Provincial Congress, 
sheriff of the county and as colonel of militia. He died in 
Portland, Maine, in 1820, at the age of eighty-eight. 

Mrs. Lydia Ann Young Ingalls. 9062 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Robert Ingalls. 
Descendant of Abraham Young, of Maine. 
Daughter of Jesse Young and Eunice L. Babb, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abraham Young and Rebecca Young, his wife. 
Abraham Young, who had served as a soldier under Capt. 
Paul Ellis, Col. Timothy Bigelow's regiment, was a pensioner 

when he died in 1829, at Gray, where he was born. 
Also No. 5891. 



26 DAUGHTE:RS 01? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Florence Harris Hobson. 9065 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of A. W; Hobson. 

Descendant of Col. Frederick Pope, Samuel Ward Pope, 
Lieut. Nathan Longfellow, Capt. Peter Talbot, Maj. Robert 
Swan and Samuel Rich, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Austin Harris and Emily Frances Pope, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Warren Pope and Betsey Jones Talbot, 
his wife; Peter Talbot Harris and Deborah Longfellow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Micah Jones Talbot and Betsey Rich, his 
wife; Col. William Pope and Peggy Dawes Billings, his wife; Jacob 
Longfellow and Taphenes Longfellow, his wife; Josiah Harris and 
Lucy Talbot, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Rich and Sarah Bracy, his wife; 
Samuel Ward Pope and Mary Wood, his wife; Nathan Longfellow 
and Taphenes Huntley, his wife; Peter Talbot and Lucy Jones Ham- 
mond, his wife; William Billings and Lucy Swan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Pope and Mary Cole, his 
wife; Peter Talbot and Abigail Wheeler, his wife; Robert Swan and 
Rachel Draper, his wife. 

Frederick Pope, 1775, commanded a company and in 1777 

was appointed major of the battalion raised for the defense 

of Boston harbor. His son Samuel, at the age of fifteen, 

served under his father and was discharged in 1778. 

Also No. 5618. 

Nathan Longfellow, 1775, served as corporal and was lieu- 
tenant under Capt. Reuben Dyer in the expedition to St. 
Johns. He died in Maine in 1828, aged eighty-two. 

Also No. 5818. 

Peter Talbot marched with his company from Stoughton at 
the Lexington Alarm. 

Robert Swan served in the Rhode Island campaign. 

Samuel RicE, 1775, volunteered in the capture of the British 
schooner "Diligence," and her armed cutter in Machias Bay. 

Miss Emily Pope Talbot. 9064 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Talbot, of Massachusetts ; Philip 
Owen, of Maine. 

Daughter of Francis Loring Talbot and Mary Gushing Badger, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of Nathaniel Badger and Jane Owen, his wife; 
Micah Jones Talbot and Betsey Rich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Owen and Joanna Thompson, his wife; 
Peter Talbot and Lucy Jones Hammond, his wife. 

See No. 9063. 

Philip Owen was with the troops at Ticonderoga when the 

army fell back to Hubbardton with the enemy pursuing them, 

and after a loss of two hundred and fifty men they were 

obilged to retreat. He was at the battle of Stillwater and 

served to the close of the war. He lived to the advanced age 

of ninety-three and died in 1849. 
Also No. 1475. 

Mrs. Emily Pope Harris. 906^ 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Austin Harris. 
Descendant of Capt. Peter Talbot, Samuel Rich, Col. 

Frederick Pope, Samuel Ward Pope and Maj. Robert Swan. 

Daughter of Samuel Warren Pope and Betsey Jones Talbot, his 
wife. 

See No. 9063. 

Miss Ella Dixon. 9066 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Capt. William White, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Corbin Dixon and Virginia William White, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Littleton Stevens White and Mary Anne Jones, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William White and Betsey Scott Wagerman, 
his wife. 

William White entered the service at the age of eighteen 
and during the Revolution commanded a company that he 
raised and equipped at his own expense. 

Also No. 439. 

Mrs. Rebecca H. Perkins Kilpatrick. 9067 

Born in Maryland. 
Widow of William D. Kilpatrick. 
Descendant of Dr. Elisha Perkins, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Dr. Joseph F. Perkins and Ellen E. Perkins, his wife. 



28 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Douglas Perkins and Rebecca Hughes, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Perkins and Sarah Douglas, his wife. 

Elisha Perkins, who had served on the Committee of Corres- 
pondence, was surgeon of the Eighth Regiment at the siege 
of Boston, commanded by his brother-in-law, Col. John 

Douglas. He died in New York in 1799. 
Also Nos. 3417, 7485, 8201. 

Mrs. Alice Wilder Morton, 9068 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Richard Morton. 

Descendant of Deacon Josiah Wilder, Lieut. Asa Wilder, 
Reuben Wilder, Deacon Moses Peabody and Lieut. Jedediah 
Stickney, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Peabody Wilder and Eloise Walker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Wilder and Hannah Peabody, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Peabody and Hannah Stickney, his 
wife; Reuben Wilder and Mary Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Stickney and Margaret Tyler, 
his wife; Asa Wilder and Lydia Rugg, his wife; Moses Peabody and 
Hannah Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Wilder and Prudence Keyes, 
his wife. 

Josiah Wilder, 1774-75, was a member of the Committee 
of Correspondence for the county and his grandson, Reuben, 
enlisted at the age of fourteen and served five years. 

Asa Wilder turned out at the Lexington Alarm as lieuten- 
ant under Capt. Daniel Robbins. He also served in the Bur- 
goyne campaign in Capt. John Bradley's company. 

Moses Peabody enlisted to reinforce the Northern army. 

Jedediah Stickney marched from Boxford for the defense 
of Boston in Capt. Jacob Gould's company. He had two 
sons, six bothers and five nephews, who turned out at the 
Lexington Alarm He died in 1809, aged seventy-four. 

Also No. 4527. 

Miss Grace B. Canfield. 9069 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Ens. Gideon Leete and of Lieut. Isaiah Can- 
field, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of William Buckingham Canfield and Mary Virginia De 
Cormis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Ira Canfield and Melinda Buckingham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaiah Canfield and Anne Leete, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Leete and Anne Parmelee, his 
wife. 

Isaiah Canfield, who had served as a private in 1776, was 
lieutenant on the galley "Trumbull" under Capt. Seth Warner, 
He was wounded in the foot and retired from the service. 
He died in Saybrook in 1820, at the age of seventy. 

Gideon Leete, 1776-78, was ensign of the Thirteenth Com- 
pany, Seventh Regiment of the Alarm list, commanded by 
Col. William Worthington. 

Miss Agnes Canfield. 9070 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaiah Canfield and Ens. Gideon Leete. 

Daughter of William Buckingham Canfield and Mary Virginia De 
Cormis, his wife. 
See No. 9069. 

Mrs. Eloise Walker Wilder. 9071 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Peabody Wilder. 

Descendant of Ens. William Ramsey and of Philip Shoff, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Josiah Walker and Frances Shoff, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Shoff and Elizabeth Ramsey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Ramsey and Mary Ramsey, his wife, 

William Ramsey, 1777-78, served in the Cumberland Asso- 
ciators under Capt. Samuel Patton. 

Philip Shoff, when a lad, carried, while in service, such a 
heavy musket that the general ordered it taken away and one 
given him more suitable to his years. He died in Ohio, in 
1855, at the age of eighty-five. 

Also No. 4527. 

Miss Alice Lloyd Buchanan. 9072 

Born in Maryland. 
Descendant of Gen. Andrew Buchanan and Edward Lloyd^ 



30 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of Maryland; Hon. Thomas McKean, of Pennsylvania; and 

Col. Joseph Borden, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Admiral Franklin Buchanan and Ann Catharine Lloyd, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. George Buchanan and Letitia McKean, his 
wife; Gov. Edward Lloyd and Sally Scott Murray, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Buchanan and Susan Lawson, his 
wife; Thomas McKean and Mary Borden, his wife; Edward Lloyd 
and Elizabeth Tayloe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Borden and Elizabeth Rogers, his 
wife. 

Andrew Buchanan, 1775, served on the Baltimore Commit- 
tee of Observation, and in 1776 was appointed brigadier gen- 
eral of militia and 1777 judge of the county court. 

Edward Lloyd was a member of the Council of Safety, of 
the General Assembly and held important civil offices through 
life. He died in 1796, aged fifty-two. 

Thomas McKean, 1774-83, was a member of the Continental 
Congress from Delaware and a signer of the Declaration of 
Independence. He served as chief justice of Pennsylvania 
for twenty years, both States claiming this distinguished man. 

Joseph Borden, who had served as a delegate to the Stamp 
Act Congress, was a member of the Council of Safety of 
Burlington 1775, and of the Privincial Congress. His wife 
was one of the heroines of the Revolution. 
Also Nos. 2980, 2993, 3642. 

Mrs. Eliza Emerson Vance Manson. 9073 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Thomas Lincoln Manson. 
Descendant of Abel Webster and of Nathaniel Webster, of 

New HampsHire. 

Daughter of Israel Burrell Vance and Elizabeth Emerson Webster, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Webster and Mehitable Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Webster and Hannah Emerson, his 
wife. 

Abel Webster, although an old man, served in the militia. 

Nathaniel Webster enlisted in 1776 and served in various 
regiments in Stark's brigade. He was a pensioner when he 
died in Vermont in 1836. 

Also Nos. 264, 7489. 



IvINE^AGE^ BOOK. 3 1 



Mrs. Adelaide Elizabeth Dean Cordis, 9074 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of T. Frederick Cordis. 

Descendant of Capt.-Lieut. Thomas Dean and of Jonas 
Dickson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Bridge Dean and Adelaide Augusta Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Jones and Elizabeth Dickson, his wife; 
Maj. Thomas Dean and Nancy Grubb, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Dickson and Elizabeth Gill, his wife; 
Thomas Dean and Martha Low, his wife. 

Jonas Dickson, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Samuel Sprag^e's 
company and served three years. He was a pensioner when 
he died in 182 1, aged sixty-six. 

Thomas Dean was at the battle of Bunker Hill under Capt. 
Edward Crafts. In 1778 he was captain-lieutenant in Crane's 
artillery regiment. He was taken prisoner, carried to the 
Barbadoes, where he was killed by a hurricane, March, 1780, 
at the age of twenty-six. 

Miss Ruth G. Rich, 907 j 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Joshua Davis, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Luther Rich and Calista Hodge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John N. Hodge and Sally Davis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Davis and Betsey Cole, his wife. 
Joshua Davis, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. Josiah 
Jenkins' company. Col. Samuel Brewer's regiment. 

MISS HANNAH LINCOLN M ANSON. 9076 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of John Manson, Nehemiah Manson and Gid- 
eon Jenkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nehemiah Manson and Mercy Jenkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Manson and Miriam Curtis, his wife; 
Gideon Jenkins and Mercy Lincoln, his wife. 

John Manson, 1775-76, served as a soldier and subsequently 
as a seaman in the fleet under Commodore John Manly. 

Nehemiah Manson, 1777, enlisted at the age of sixteen for 
the expedition to Rhode Island and served under different 
commands to the close of the war. 



32- DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gideon Jenkins turned out from Scituate at the Lexington 
Alarm and served at the defense of Boston and Rhode Island. 

Miss Elisabeth Emerson Manson. 9077 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of John Manson, Nehemiah Manson, Abel 

Webster and Nathaniel Webster. 

Daughter of Thomas Lincoln Manson and Elisa Emerson Vance, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Lincoln Manson and Mary Turner, his 
wife; Israel Burrill Vance and Elisabeth Emerson Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Manson and Mercy Jenkins, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 9073, 9076. 

Mrs. Clara Reed Anthony. 9078 

Born in Illinois. 

Widow of Nathan Anthony. 

Descendant of Hon. Peter Coffin, Dr. William Coffin, Col. 
John Stevens and Daniel Rogers, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Silas Reed and Henrietta M. Rogers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Rogers and Clarissa Coffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Coffin and Mary Langdon, his 
wife; Daniel Rogers and Rachel EUery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Coffin and Mary Carrier, his wife; 
Nathaniel Ellery, Jr., and Rachel Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Stevens. 

Peter Coffin, 1774, was chosen the first representative to the 
General Court, which office he filled throughout the Revolu- 
tion. He served as delegate from Gloucester to the Provin- 
cial Congress and as Senator from Essex county. He was 
appointed lieutenant colonel of militia and was also a member 
of the Committee of Safety. 

William Coffin, 1778, was surgeon on the brig "Tryanni- 

cide," a colony cruiser of our infant navy. 

Also No. 1421. 

John Stevens, who had attained the rank of colonel, was a 
patriot, but he died before peace was established. 

Daniel Rogers, 1776, was a member of the General Court. 

Miss Clara Bates Rogers. 9079 

Born in Massachusetts. 

« 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Smith, Dr. William Coffin, 



IvINEAG^ BOOK. 33 



Hon. Peter Coffin, Daniel Rogers, Col. John Stevens and 

Judge Timothy Langdon. 

Daughter of John Hicks Rogers and Lucy Catherine Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Smith and Catherine Smith Langdon, his 
wife; Timothy Rogers and Clarissa Coffin, his wife. 

See No. 9078. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Abigail Ingoldsby, his 
wife; and of Timothy Langdon. 

Joseph Smith at Lexington served under Capt. John Parker, 
who with a hundred men faced nearly a thousand of the picked 
' troops of Great Britain. He died in 1805. 

Timothy Langdon, a graduate of Harvard, was a member of 
the Provincial Congress, 1776, and in 1778 admiralty judge for 
the District of Maine. He was a patriot of brilliant talent. 

Miss Catharine Langdon Rogers. 9080 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Smith, Dr. William Coffin, 
Hon. Peter Coffin, Daniel Rogers, Judge Timothy Langdon 
and Col. John Stevens. 

Daughter of John Hicks Rogers and Lucy Catharine Smith, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 9078, 9079. 

Mrs. Abby M. Walker Gardner. 9081 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles B. Gardner. 

Descendant of Samuel Walker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Walker and Nancy Pierce Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilson Walker and Abigail Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Walker and Hannah Page, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Walker and Mary Stratton, his 
wife. 

Samuel Walker turned out from Shirley at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Henry Haskell's company, Col. James Fres- 
co tt's regiment. He died in 1817, aged ninety-six. 

Miss Katherine Collamore Pierce. 9082 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Col. Jabez Hatch, of Massachusetts. 
3 



34 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Willard Pierce and Catherine Hatch Col- 
lamore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Collamore and Catherine Hatch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Hatch, Jr., and Christiana Spear, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Hatch and Deborah Hewes, his 
wife. 

Jabez Hatch, 1776, was commissioned colonel of a Boston 
regiment, which was employed for garrison duty. He was 
appointed deputy to Quartermaster General Pickering in 
1780, where he served until the close of the war. 

Also No. 6622. 

Miss Edith Elise Porter. 9083 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Elisha Morse, Zebulon Holmes, Micah Al- 
len, Jr., and Joseph Everett, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Burnham Porter and Harriet Ann Allen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Parker Allen and Harriet Jane Morse, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Morse and Keziah Richardson, his 
wife; Micah Allen and Anne Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Morse and Abigail Holmes, his 
wife; Micah Allen, Jr., and Catherine Everett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Everett; and of Zebulon 
Holmes. 

Elisha Morse turned out from Stoughton at the Lexington 
Alarm; and, 1777-79, was a soldier under different commands. 

Also No. 724. 

Zebulon Holmes, 1775-80, served several enlistments. 

Micah Allen, Jr., was a private under Capt. John Dean and 
Col. Isaac Dean for the defense of Rhode Island. 

Joseph Everett marched from Wrentham at the Lexington 
Alarm, in Capt. Lemuel Kollock's company. 

Miss Mary K. Sherwin. 9084 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Thomas Edwards, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Thomas Sherwin and Asahel F. Edwards, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas McKey Edwards and Mary Hart Fiske, 
his wife. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 35 



Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Edwards and Matilda Chandler, his 
wife. 

Thomas Edwards, 1776, at the age of nineteen, volunteered 
to reinforce the army in Canada. He was a pensioner when 
he died in 1837, at Keene, N. H. 

Also No. 706, 997. 

Miss Mary Guild. 9085 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Ezra Hodges, of Massachusetts; Amos 
Whittemore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Guild and Mary C. Whittemore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Curtis Guild and Charlotte L. Hodges, his wife; 
John M. Whittemore and Mary C. Loud, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Hodges and Mehitabel Pollard, his wife; 
Abram Whittemore and Martha Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Whittemore and Molly Taylor, his 
wife. 

Amos Whittemore, 1776, served in the New York cam- 
paign as private in Capt. Samuel McConneFs company, CoL 
Daniel Moor's regiment. He died in 1827. 

Ezra Hodges, 1778, at the age of sixteen, entered the army 
and during his service was a member of Washington's Body- 
guard. He died in Maine in 1851. 

Also Nos. 5900, 7189, 8786. 

Miss Helen Guild. 9086 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Ezra Hodges and of Amos Whittemore. 
Daughter of Benjamin F. Guild and Mary C. Whittemore, his 
wife. 
See No. 9085. 

Mrs. Rebecca Ellen Norcross Burke. 9087 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward N. Burke. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Crosby and of Col. Nathan 
Hoyt, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Nicholas Warren Norcross and Ellen Grant Crosby, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Crosby and Rebecca Marquand Moody, 
his wife. 



36 "DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Crosby and Betsey Ho3rt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Crosby and Sarah Fitch, his wife; 
Nathan Hoyt and Molly Page, his wife. 

Josiah Crosby, who had fought in the French and Indian 
wars, commanded the first company raised at Amherst and 
was at the battle of Bunker Hill. He served in the Rhode 
Island campaign, was a member of the Committee of Safety, 
1776-77, and of the General Court, 1777-82. 

Nathan Hoyt served as quartermaster and as lieutenant of 
the Third Regiment. He had two brothers and four brothers- 
in-law, who gave service during the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 619, 909, 8128. 

Miss Abby Frances Davis. 9088 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Aquila Davis, Amos Woods, Nicholas Sprake 
and Corp. Samuel Sprake, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Davis and Julia Ann Woods, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alpheus Davis and Abigail Watts, his wife; Wil- 
liam Woods and Betsey Sprake, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aquila Davis and Abigail Stevens, his wife; 
Samuel Sprake, Jr., and Anna Sprake (cousin), his wife; and of Amos 
Woods. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Sprake and Elizabeth Burge, his 
wife. 

Aquila Davis at seventeen was a private in the Burgoyne 
campaign. He was honorably discharged in 1780 from Capt. 
Daniel Livermore's company. He died in 1835. 

Also No. 7509. 

Amos Woods served several enlistments as a soldier. 

Samuel Sprake, Jr., was a corporal in the militia service. 

Nicholas Sprake turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Miss Florence Young. 9089 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King and of Shubael Bayley, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Young and Abby Bayley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Manasseh Bayley and Abigail King, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph King and Mary Robbins, his wife; 
Shubael Bayley and Hannah Whitmore, his wife. 



UN^AG^ BOOK. 37 



Asaph King, 1778, enlisted from Wilbraham as forager 
under Capt. Abel King and was appointed assistant forage 
master by the quartermaster general with the rank of lieuten- 
ant. During the Rhode Island campaign he was dispatched 
with camp equipage for Sullivan's army. 

Shubael Bayley volunteered in the first call for troops and 
died in 1824, at the age of eighty-four. 

Mrs. Abby Bayley Young. 9090 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George W. Young. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King and of Shubael Bayley. 
Daughter of Manesseh Bayley and Abigail King, his wife. 
See No. 9089. 

Mrs. Grace Carolyn Young Shattuck. 9091 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Elmer Shattuck. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King and of Shubael Bayley. 
Daughter of George W. Young and Abby Bayley, his wife. 
See Nos. 9089, 9090. 

Mrs. Sarah Maria Parker Meigs. 9092 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Joe Vincent Meigs, Jr. 

Descendant of Elijah Hildreth, Lieut. Israel Hildreth, Hugh 
Jones and Oliver Jones, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Milton Grosvenor Parker and Dolly Maria Hil- 
dreth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Israel Hildreth and Dolly Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Hildreth and Susanna Hale, his wife; 
Oliver Jones and Dorothy Clement, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandclaughter of Elijah Hildreth and Susanna Barker, his 
wife; Hugh Jones and Sarah Fletcher, his wife. 

Elijah Hildreth served as a minute man during the war. 

Israel Hildreth volunteered on the privateer "Vengeance," 
commanded by Capt. Timothy Newman. He was Heutenant 
under Capt. Stephen Russell, Col. Jonathan Brown. 

Hugh Jones served on the Dracut Committee of Safety. 

Oliver Jones, 1780, enlisted under Capt. Joseph B. Varnum. 

Also Nos. 4142, 6435, 7188. 



38 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AME^RICAN REVOIvUTlON. 

Mrs, Rebecca Bradley Mitchell. 9093 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of James Lynde Mitchell. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Bradley Varnum, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Samuel Adams Coburn and Rebecca Ladd Bradley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Simon Coburn and Mollie Varnum, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bradley Varnum and Mary Butler, his 
wife. 

Joseph Bradley Varnum was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm and served as captain in Col. Jonathan Reed's regi- 
ment in the Burgoyne campaign. He was a member of the 
convention that framed the State Constitution and served 
many years in the General Court. He died in 1821. 

Also No. 6435. 

Mrs. Myra Luella Burbeck Johnson. 9094 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Herbert T. Johnson. 
Descendant of Col. William Burbeck and of Capt. Edward 

Burbeck, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward C Burbeck and Luella C Burbeck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Burbeck and Sarah C. Burbeck, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Burbeck and Betty Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Burbeck and Jane Milk, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Burbeck and Abigail Shute, 
his wife. 

William Burbeck, 1775, was lieutenant colonel in the artil- 
lery regiment under Col. Richard Gridley. In 1779 he was 
comptroller of the State laboratory. He served until his 
death in 1785 at Boston, where he was born in 1716. 

Edward Burbeck, 1775, commanded a company of Artillery 
and died in 1782, at the age of twenty-eight. 

Also No. 7592. 

Mrs. Josephine C Howe Clark. 909J 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of F. Howard Clark. 
Descendant of Corp. John Josselyn, of Massachusetts. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 39 



Daughter of George B. Howe and Elizabeth A. Osgood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Willard Howe and Lucy Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aquilla Martin and Eunice Josselyn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Josselyn and Lucy Louden, his wife. 

John Josselyn, 1779, at the age of eighteen, turned out at 
the Rhode Island Alarm in Capt. Edward Sparrow's com- 
pany, Col. Nathan Tyler's regiment, and in 1780 he served as 
corporal. He died in Danvers in 1845. 



Miss Harriet Holden Glidden. 9096 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Adj. Benjamin Felton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Mark Glidden and Mary Jane Batchelder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Batchelder and Sally Felton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Felton and Ruth Hamilton, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Felton turned out at the Lexington Alarm as 

sergeant and 1777 served as adjutant in Col. Danforth Keyes' 

regiment. He died in 1820, aged eighty-one. 
Also Nos. 133, 8481. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Langley Gorton. 9097 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Arthur Gorton, M. D. 

Descendant of Capt. Edmund Putnam and of Corp. Adam 
Ross, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Russell Langley and Mary A. Putnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Putnam and Eunice Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Putnam and Anna Endicott, his wife; 
Adam Ross and Elizabeth Ramsdell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Putnam and Anna Andrews, his 
wife. 

Edmund Putnam led a company from Danvers at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. He died in 1810, at the age of eighty-five. 

Adam Ross, 1775, served in Capt. Abram Dodge's com- 
pany, Col. Moses Little's regiment, and 1776 was corporal 
under Capt. Gideon Parker. In 1778 he enlisted for three 
years and served through the entire war. 

Also No. 8232. 



40 DAUGHTERS O^ TH^ AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss Lucy Frances Putnam. 9098 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Enoch Putnam, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Otis F. Putnam and Adaline D. Putnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Adrian Putnam and Fanny F. Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Putnam and Hannah Putnam, his 
wife. 

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

Enoch Putnam turned out at the Lexington Alarm as lieu- 
tenant under Capt. Israel Hutchinson, and in 1775 command- 
ed a company from Danvers in Col. John Mansfield's regi- 
ment. He was lieutenant colonel of Essex militia in the 
Rhode Island campaign, and 1781 led a regiment at West 
Point. He died at Danvers in 1796, aged sixty-four. 

Also No. 8466. 

Mrs. Dorcas Ellen Barnes Sawyer. 9099 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel Lamson Sawyer. 

Descendant of Phinehas Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Spofford Barnes and Dorcas Foster Kimball, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Barnes and Sally SpoflFord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Samuel Barnes and Grace Warren, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phinehas Warren and Grace Hastings, his 
wife. 

Phinehas Warren turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Abraham Peirce's company, Col. Thomas Gardiner's 
regiment, and with him were five sons. His daughter Lydia, 
whose husband was out as a minute man, captured the same 
day a British regular. He died in 1797, aged eighty. 

Mrs. Ellen F. Morgan. 9100 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Capt. Isaac N. Morgan. 

Descendant of Col. Israel Hutchinson and of Israel Hutch- 
inson, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William E. Kimball and Mary Ann Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Briggs Rogers Reed and Elizabeth Hutchinson, 
his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Israel Hutchinson, Jr., and Susanna Trask, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Hutchinson and Ann Cue, his wife. 

Israel Hutchinson led a company from Danvers to Lex- 
ington and was in the thickest of the fight. He was at the 
siege of Boston and the crossing of the Delaware. He served 
twenty-one years in the Legislature, and died at Danvers in 
181 1, at the age of eighty-four. 

Israel Hutchinson, Jr., at the age of sixteen, turned out at 
the Lexington Alarm. He served in the militia and the Con- 
tinental Line and survived to receive a pension. 

Also No. 1095, 6357. 

Miss Isabel Bryant Tapley. 9101 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Asa Tapley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gilbert Augustus Tapley and Sophia Dodge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilbert Tapley and Fidelia Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Tapley and Elizabeth Smith, his wife. 

Asa Tapley, 1779, volunteered from Danvers in Capt. Ben- 
jamin Peabody's company. Col. Jacob Gerrish's regiment. 
He was a pensioner when he died in 1836, aged seventy-five. 

Also No. 8469. 

Miss Margaret Howe. 9102 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Lieut. Theophilus Gould, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Bridgman Howe and Hannah Rebecca Gould, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Gould and Rebecca Morrill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Theophilus Gould and Mary Pendlebury, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theophilus Gould and Lydia Hoyt, his 
wife. 

Theophilus Gould at the Lexington Alarm turned out from 
Amesbury in Capt. Timothy Barnard's company. In 1780 
he served as lieutenant under Capt. Richard Titcomb, Col. 
Nathaniel Wade's regiment, raised to reinforce the army. 

Mrs. Mary C Emerson, 9103 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Gilbert B. Emerson. 



42 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Francis Perkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Knight and Harriett Perkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Perkins and Abigail Cheever, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Perkins and Martha Low, his wife. 

Francis Perkins turned out from Ipswich at the Lexington 
Alarm. He was ensign under Capt. David Low and com- 
manded a company in Col. Jonathan Cogswell's regiment. 
He died in 1812, at the age of eighty. 

Miss Oda Howe. 9104 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Theophilus Gould, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Isaac Bridgman Howe and Hannah Rebecca Gould, 
his wife. 
See No. 9102. 

Mrs. Mary Endicott Cutter. 9105 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederic Ramsom Cutter. 

Descendant of Capt. Edmund Putnam and of Corp. Adam 
Ross, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Calvin Butler and Margaret Putnam, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Putnam and Eunice Ross, his wife. 
See No. 9097. 

Mrs. Lillian Abbott Tarr. 9106 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry A. Tarr. 

Descendant of James Abbott, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Freeman H. Abbott and M. Addie Morrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eben Grover Abbott and Sally Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Williams Tarr Abbott and Lucy Sayward 
Glover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Abbott and Martha Tarr, his wife. 

James Abbott, 1777, at the age of sixteen, enlisted under 
Capt. John Wiley and served three years. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died in 1837. 

Miss Mary Emma Wilder. 9107 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Titus Wilder and of Abner Johnson, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 



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Daughter of Charles Wilder and Emily Brown Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Wilder and Lucina Sawyer, his wife; 
Abner Johnson and Polly Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Titus Wilder and Mary Allen, his wife; Abner 
Johnson and Miriam Jones, his wife. 

Titus Wilder turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Benjamin Houghton's company, Col. John Whitcomb's regi- 
ment, and in 1777 he served under Capt. Nathaniel Carter. 

Abner Johnson, 1775, was a soldier in Capt. John Stone's 
company which marched from Holliston. He also served 
under Capt. Aaron Gardner and Capt. Moses Adams. 

Mrs. Mary Melissa Rice Procter, 9108 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Francis Procter. 

Descendant of Corp. Thomas Rice, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Solomon Rice and Mary H. Perkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Rice and Abigail Hapgood, his wife. 

Thomas Rice served at the alarms as private and corporal 
under Capt. William Bingham and Capt. William Morse. He 
died at Marlboro in 1840, at the age of ninety-three. 

Mrs. Jennie Plummer Griffin Reed. 9109 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Wilmot Arthur Reed. 

Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Dennison, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Bennett Griffin and Ellen Maria Procter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Griffin and Rhoda Dennison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Dennison and Sarah Rowe, his wife. 

Isaac Dennison, 1777, enlisted at the age of sixteen, as a 
private in Capt. Abraham Child's company. He was ser- 
geant in the Rhode Island campaign under Capt. Andrew 
Woodberry, Col. Enoch Hallett's regiment. He died at 
Gloucester in 1841, where he was born in 1761. 

Mrs. Clema Davis McKenzie. 91 io 

Born in Hawaii. 
Wife of William Nelson McKenzie. 

Descendant of Col. John Low, Capt. Isaac Somes and EH- 
phalet Davis, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Somes Low and Martha Parker Fuller, his wife. 



44 DAUGHTERS Ol? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Gilman Low and Eliza Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Davis and Hannah Somes, his wife; 
Joshua Lee Low and Lydia Somes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Low and Sarah Lee, his wife; Isaac 
Somes and Hannah Davis, his wife. 

John Low served on the Committee of Safety of Gloucester 
and was colonel of militia. He was a member of the Gen- 
eral Court and of the convention to ratify the Constitution. 

Isaac Somes early in the war commanded the armed sloop 
"Union." He was lost at sea in 1782 on the ship "Tempest.'' 

Eliphalet Davis served as a drummer from 1777-80 when he 
enlisted for the war. He died in 1804, at the age of forty-eight. 

Mrs, Geneva Wheeler Smith Procter. 9 hi 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Allen Procter. 

Descendant of Capt. WiUiam Smith, Samuel Houston and 
John Hale, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Cephas Smith and Tabitha Stevens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Smith and Martha Hale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Smith and Lydia Houston, his wife; 
Benjamin Hale and Lucy Fair, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Houston and Lydia Clark, his 
wife; John Hale and Elinor Knight, his wife. 

William Smith, 1776, served as a private in Capt. Daniel 
Gidding's company for sea coast defense. In 1777 he was 
captain of marines of the ship "Tartar," and was among the 
prisoners sent from Halifax to Boston. 

Samuel Houston, 1776, served under Capt. William Pearson. 

John Hale, 1777, appears with the rank of seaman upon a 
list of prisoners in the Cartel "Swift." 

Mrs. Sibylla Bailey Crane. 91 12 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Rev. Oliver Crane, D. D., LL. D. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Bellamy, of New Hampshire; 
Paul Bailey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Bailey and Elizabeth Bellamy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Haley Bellamy and Fanny Fernald Keen, 
his wife; and of Paul Bailey, Jr. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bellamy and Tamesin Haley, his wife; 
and of Paul Bailey. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bellamy and Mary Burnham, his 
wife. 

John Bellamy, 1777, was sergeant in Capt. Samuel Grant's 
company, Col. Jonathan Titcomb's regiment, for service in 
Rhode Island. He died in Maine in 1810, aged seventy-six. 

Paul Bailey, 1776, turned out at the alarm under Capt. Hay- 
ward Pierce, Col. John Cushing's regiment. 

Mrs. Eleanor Vaughan Paine Tufts. 91 ij 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Otis Tufts. Jr. 

Descendant of Josiah Paine, of Massachusetts ; Lieut. Col. 
Jonathan Stone, of Maine. ^ 

Daughter of Enoch Paine and Phebe Westbrooke Shannon, his wile. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Paine and Phebe Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Stone. 

Josiah Paine ran away when a boy to join the army, but 
was brought back by his father, and when he did enlist was 
wounded in the ankle at Monmouth. He died at Portland, 
Maine, in 1825, at the age of sixty-five. 

Jonathan Stone enlisted in Capt. Nathaniel Cousens' com- 
pany and served in the Penobscot expedition. The land 
forces were ably led by Gen. Solomon Lovell and Gen. Peleg 
Wadsworth, but the disaster was caused by their not being 
supported by the navy. The entire fleet was annihilated with 
great loss of life and property. 

Mrs. Isadore F. Bunion Baxter. 91 14 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Quincy Baxter. 

Descendant of Adam Beals, Jr., of Massachusetts; Capt. 
Andrew Bunton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Jesse Bunton and Orissa Beals, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Beals and Polly Hamlen, his wife; Andrew 
Bunton and Lavina Holden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Beals and Lydia Beals, his wife; 
Andrew Bunton and Janet Otterson, his wife. 

Adam Beals, Jr., 1775, was a soldier at the siege of Quebec 
and the battle of Three Rivers under Capt. Robert Webster. 
He reenlisted in 1777 and served under different commands. 

Andrew Bunton commanded a company from Pembroke at 



46 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

the siege of Boston in Col. John Waldron's regiment. He 
lost his life at the battle of White Plains. His gun and watch 
are still in the possession of the family. 
Also Nos. 6849, 7168. 

Mrs. Abbie F. Clapp Rossi. 91 ij 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Luigi Melano Rossi. 

Descendant of Wales Tilden, Benjamin James and Na- 
thaniel Ford, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Howard Clapp and Abigail Frances Rogers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Rogers and Nabby Little Tilden, his wife; 
Elijah Clapp and Harriet Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Wales Tilden and Abigail Little, his wife; Dr. 
Peleg Ford and Mercy James, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ford and Abigail Ford, his 
wife; Benjamin Tames and Sarah Holmes, his wife. 

Wales Tilden served several enlistments under different 
commands during the Revolution. He died at Marshfield in 
1850, at the advanced age of ninety-four. 

Nathaniel Ford, 1778, enlisted in Capt. Joseph Gift's com- 
pany, Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment. 

Benjamin James, 1778, was seaman on the brig "Hazard," 
and served as gunner on the *Trotector'' and the "Winthrop." 

Mrs, Letitia J. Cummings. 91 i6 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of George Melville Cummings. 

Descendant of Col. John Reed, of Maine. 

Daughter of David Stover and Jane Ross, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Stover and Lettice Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Reed and Lettice Orr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Reed and Rachel Thorne, his wife. 

John Reed, who was born in Ireland, entered the army as 
ensign. He was lieutenant at Ticonderoga and in 1777 was 
wounded while serving as captain. He died in 1797. 

Miss Marietta Tenney Farrington. 91 17 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of John Farrington, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of John Fisher Farrington and Ann Sarah Williams Par- 
sons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Farrington and Comfort Clendennen Rob- 
erts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Farrington and Cynthia Hawes, his 
wife. 

John Farrington, 1776, enlisted from Wrentham in Capt. 
Samuel CowelFs company, Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment. 
He died in Maine in 1843, ^^ the age of eighty-seven. 

Mrs. Louise Peabody Sargent. 91 i8 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Dr. Rodolphus C. Sargent. 
Descendant of Isaac Peabody, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Samuel H. Peabody and Eliza Ann Robinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Peabody and Hannah Burton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Peabody and Miriam Putnam, his wife. 

Isaac Peabody, 1780, enlisted in the Essex county militia 
in Capt. Benjamin Peabody's company. Wade's regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Brewer Churchill Wyman. 91 19 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of F. Wyman. 

Descendant of Capt. Perez Churchill, Capt. Lawson Buck- 
minster and Col. David Brewer, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Gardner Asaph Churchill and Ellen Barrett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asaph Churchill, Jr., and Mary Buckminster 
Brewer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Darius Brewer and Harriet Buckminster, his 
wife; Asaph Churchill and Mary Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lawson Buckminster and Mary Jones, 
his wife; Zebedee Churchill and Sarah Cushman, his wife; and of 
David Brewer, Jr. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Perez Churchill and Deborah Thayer, 
his wife; and of David Brewer. 

Perez Churchill turned out at the Rhode Island Alarms un- 
der Col. John Daggett and Col. Ebenezer White. 

David Brewer, 1775, was colonel of the Hampshire county 
regiment at Boston under Maj. Gen. Artemas Ward. 

Lawson Buckminster was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Simon Edgell's company. He commanded 



48 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

a company tfiat marched at the various alarms during the 
Revolution. He died in 1832, at the age of ninety 

Miss Clara Genevieve Huff. 9120 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Ambrose Peck, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Henry Allen Huff and Sarah Arnold Peck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Lawton Peck and Jane Dyer Burrell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gfranddaughter of Robert Peck and Polly Millard, his wife. 

Or. -gr. -granddaughter of Ambrose Peck and Polly Lindley, his wife. 

Ambrose Peck, 1776, served in Rhode Island in Capt. Peleg 
Peck's company. Carpenter's regiment. In 1780 he turned 
out at the Tiverton Alarm. He died in 1818, aged seventy. 

Mrs, Mira Crocker Snow. 912 i 

Bom in Maine. 
Widow of T. T. Snow. 
Descendant of Capt. John Davis and of Capt. Caleb Swan, 

Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Crocker and Almira Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bailey Davis and Hannah Swan, his wife. 

Gr.-gfranddaughter of John Davis and Hannah Cross, his wife; 
Caleb Swan, Jr., and Dorcas Ingalls, his wife, 

John Da\as turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 1775 
was captain of minute men under Col. James Frye. This 
commission is still in the family. 

Caleb Swan, Jr., at the age of seventeen, served at the siege 
of Boston. In 1776 he was sergeant of Artificers and at the 
dose of the war commanded an Essex comity company. 

Also No. 6591. 

Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Foss Mann, M. D. 9122 

Bom in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Benjamin Houston Mann, M. D. 

Descendant of John Hatchman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Mead Foss and Martha Elizabeth Hatchman, 
his wife* 

Granddaoshter of John Hatchman and Margaret Denton, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaugfater of John Hatchman and Martha Rumney, his 
wife. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 49 



John Hatchman, who was born in England, served as a sol- 
dier during the Revolution. He died in Boston in 183 1, at 
the age of eighty-five. 

Mrs. Rose Prioleau Newcomb. 9123 

Born in North Carolina. 

Wife of Frank Hamilton Newcomb. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Prioleau, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Philip Prioleau and Caroline E. Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Grimball Prioleau, M. D., and Mary 
Hutson Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Prioleau and Alice Edith Homeyard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Prioleau and Providence Hext, 
his wife. 

Samuel Prioleau was a patriot and planter who was colonel 
of militia during the Revolution. He was taken prisoner at 
the fall of Charleston and suffered in confinement at St. Au- 
gustine, Florida. A tablet erected to his memory in Charles- 
ton gives an account of his service. 

Also No. 5643. 

Miss Alice Ilsley Paine, 9124 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Josiah Paine, of Massachusetts ; Lieut. Col. 

Jonathan Stone, of Maine. 

Daughter of Enoch Paine and Phebe Westbrooke Shannon, his wife. 
See No. 91 13. 

Mrs, Clara Bancroft Beatley. 9125' 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James Augustus Beatley. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Fletcher and of Capt. Ed- 
mund Bancroft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edmund Dana Bancroft and Mary Park Morse, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Bancroft and Anna Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Fletcher and Anna Spaulding, 
his wife; Edmund Bancroft and Rachel H. Barron, his wife. 

Benjamin Fletcher was at the battle of Lexington and 

4 



50 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

< 

served as lieutenant in the Rhode Island campaign. In 1780 
he commanded a company in the Middlesex County regiment. 
Edmund Bancroft served as a member of the Committee of 
Safety and of the Provincial Congress. After the surrender 
of Burgoyne British officers were quartered at his house. 

Miss Annie Louise Potter. 9126 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Israel Potter, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Josiah Potter and Louise Barteaux, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Potter and Mary Rice, his wife. 

Israel Potter volunteered at the age of sixteen in Capt. 
Francis Wilson's company, under Col. Samuel Denny. In 
1780 he served in the Second Regiment. 

Miss Gertrude S. Lawrence. 9127 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Asa Lawrence, of Connecticut; Abner 

Shaw and Eleazer Cole, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry S. Lawrence and Harriet Maria Shaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Lawrence, Jr., and Fannie Small, his 
wife; Eaton Shaw and Mary Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Lawrence and Sarah Sartell, his 
wife; Gilbert Shaw and Silence Cole, his wife. 

See No. 9060. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Lawrence and Abigail King, his wife. 

Asa Lawrence commanded a company from Groton at the 
Lexington Alarm and was in the battle of Bunker Hill. He 
served* 1778-79, in Col. Thomas Poor's regiment. 

Miss Emily Marie Robinson. 9128 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Ephraim Car>-, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Jenks Robinson and Maria Louisa Fisher, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Robinson and Anne Maria Keith, his 
wife, 

Gr,-gnranddaughter of Zenas Keith and Jane Gary, his wife. 

Gr-gr.'granddaughter of Ephraim Gary and Jane Hohnan, his 
wife, 

Ephraim Car\\ 1777, vohmteered in Capt. Oliver Belding^'s 



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company, Col. John Brown's regiment, for service at the 
northward. He turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm under 
Capt. Nathan Alden and Maj. Eliphalet Gary. 

Miss Grace C. Lawrence. 9129 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Asa Lawrence, Abner Shaw and Elea- 

zer Cole. 
Daughter of Henry S. Lawrence and Harriet Maria Shaw, his wife. 
See No. 9127. 

Mrs. Lila Bryden Babb. 9130 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George W. P. Babb. 

Descendant of Benjamin Lewis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Robert Bryden and Abby Caroline Huff, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Owen Huff and Abigail Arnold, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Huff and Hannah Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lewis and Molly Leavy, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Lewis, 1777, enHsted in Capt. Daniel Merriirs 
company, Col. Samuel Brewer's regiment. From 1779-80 he 
served under Col. Ebenezer Sprout. He died in Arundel in 
1809, where he was born in 1752. 

Mrs. Pamelia Battles Farrington Shaw. 913 i 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Brackley Shaw. 

Descendant of John Farrington, of Maine. 
Daughter of John Fisher Farrington and Ann Sarah Williams Par- 
sons, his wife. 
See No. 91 17. 

Miss Emma J. Allen. 9132 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Joseph Allen, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Allen, Jr., and Elizabeth Kellogg, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. George Allen and Eliza Pitkin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Allen and Dorothy Kingsbury, his 
wife. 



52 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Joseph Allen, 1776, served as clerk of the Judiciary Court 
of Worcester county. He died in 1827, aged seventy-eight. 

Mrs. Gertrude Parker Robinson Chapman. 913-5 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James Edwin Chapman. 
Descendant of Ephraim Gary, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Albert Jenks Robinson and Maria Louisa Fisher, his 
wife. 
See No. 9128. 

Mrs. Sarah Spring Adams Wood. 9134 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Ephraim Albert Wood. 
Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Adams and of John Runey, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Adams and Eliza Ann Runey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Adams and Sally Tufts, his wife; John 
Runey, Jr., and Hannah Sargent, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Runey. 

Joseph Adams worked on the fortifications of Dorchester 
Heights, and 1778 served in a regiment of Guards in Gapt. 
Oliver Titcomb's company, Gol. Jacob Gerrish's regiment. 

John Runey, 1779, enlisted under Gapt. David Goodwin, 
Gol. Samuel Fletcher's regiment. He also served under 
Gapt. John Walton. He died in 1829. 

Miss Cora Klous. 9135' 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Enoch Glover and of Timothy Wales, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Seman Klous and Anna Rebecca Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Warren Parker and Nancy Glover Wales, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wales and Anna Glover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Glover and Susannah Bird, his 
wife; Timothy Wales and Hannah Davenport, his wife. 

Enoch Glover was a minute man in Gapt. Lemuel Glapp's 
company at the siege of Boston. He turned out at various 
alarms until honorably discharged in 1780. 

Also No. 2490. 



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Timothy Wales enlisted in the first Dorchester company 
and served in the defense of Dorchester Heights. 

Mrs. Sarah Trufant Synette Leighton. 9136 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Emery D. Leighton. 
Descendant of Luke Lambord and of David Trufant, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William J. Synette and Rachel Small Williams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John H. Williams and Sarah B. Trufant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Trufant and Sarah Lambord, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gran(fdaughter of Luke Lambord and Rachel Allen, his 
wife; and of David Trufant. 

Luke Lambord served as a soldier and, 1779, was in the 
Penobscot expedition which proved so disastrous. Our en- 
tire fleet was 3estroyed and the land force obliged to retreat. 

David Trufant was an active patriot throughout the war and 
was known in the district as "King David." 

Mrs. Adelaide Dunn Heilner. 9137 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Heilner. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nicholas Staring, of New York. 

Daughter of Theron Breese and Matilda A. Staring, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Staring and Adeline Lincoln, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Staring and Mary Margaret Myers, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Staring and Catherine Reicht- 
myer, his wife. 

Nicholas Staring served as lieutenant in the Tryon county 
militia and was among the survivors of the battle of Oriskany. 

Miss S. Alice Brown. 9138 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin R. Brown and Eliza Ann Alexander, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Brown and Lucretia Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Brown and Polly Gee, his wife. 

Nathaniel Brown turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Luke Drury's company, Col. Artemas Ward's regiment. 
His residence at Watertown is still standing. 



54 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mabel Seelye Bixler. 9139 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of J. Wilson Bixler. 

Descendant of Maj. Aaron Hawley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Julius Hawley Seelye and Elizabeth James, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Seelye and Abigail Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Seelye and Hannah Hawley, his wife. 

Or. -gr. -granddaughter of Aaron Hawley and Elizabeth Hawley, his 
wife. 

Aaron Hawley was in the battles of Long Island and White 
Plains and served in the Burgoyne campaign. When honor- 
ably discharged in 1781 he was brigade major under Gen. 
Gold Selleck Silliman. He died at Bridgeport in 1803, where 

he was born in 1739. 
Also Nos. 3499, 4179. 

Mrs, Jane Hubbell Mills. 9140 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Prof. George F. Mills. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Smith Hubbell and Eliza Butler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Hubbell and Rachel Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Esther Smith, his wife. 

Jonathan Smith served in the Provincial Congress, in the 
General Court, on the Committee of Correspondence, and in 
the Berkshire county militia, during the Revolution. 

Miss Mary Eliza Moore, 9 141 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Maj. John Moore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Herbert A. Moore and Eliza Parker Boies, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Moore and Patty Bullen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Benjamin Moore and Effie Baker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Moore and Peggy GoflFe, his wife. 

John Moore, who had served in the French and Indian wars, 
commanded a company at Bunker Hill, under Col. John Stark. 
For courage on the battlefield he was promoted to fill tlie 
vacancy caused by the loss of Maj. Andrew McClary, who had 
been killed the day previous. HI healtli soon compelled him 
to retire from active service. 



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Miss Lois Williams Clarke. 9142 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Dr. David Townsend, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas William Clarke and Eliza Ann Raymond, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Whiting Clark and Ann K. Townsend, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Townsend and Elizabeth Davis, his 
wife. 

David Townsend, 1775, was surgeon of Brewer's regiment, 
and 1776 served in the Continental infantry. He was then 
appointed senior surgeon, and was surgeon general of the 
Hospital Department at the close of the war. He was an 
original memBer of the Cincinnati. 

Mrs. Anna Gushing Hersey Burr. 9143 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Pyam Cushing Burr. 

Descendant of John Hersey, John Hersey, Jr., and Capt. 
Pyam Cushing, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Seth Stowers rfersey and Betsey Reed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hersey, Jr., and Anna Cushing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hersey and Elizabeth Humphrey, his 
wife; Pyam Cushing and Hannah Lincoln, his wife. 

John Hersey, 1777, was drowned while carrying provisions 
to the soldiers at Hull, encamped on Telegraph Hill. 

John Hersey, Jr., when a boy volunteered in the independ- 
ent company at Hingham under Capt. James Lincoln. 

Pyam Cushing commanded a company at the siege of Bos- 
ton under his brother-in-law. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln. He 
died the following year. 

Miss Mary Rivers. 9144 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Lieut. Seth Wheaton, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Rivers and Geraldine I. Russell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Rivers and Mary Wheaton, his wife. 

Gr.-gfranddaughter of Seth Wheaton and Abigail Wheaton, his wife. 

Seth Wheaton, 1778, was ensign in Capt. Charles Keene's 
company. The following year he was promoted lieutenant 
and served in 1781 under Capt. James Wheaton. 



56 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Tryphosa Duncan Bates Batchellor. 9145" 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Francis Batchellor. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Theodore C. Bates and Emma F. D. Bates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Bates and Sarah Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Fletcher and Lucretia Emerson, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Fletcher was a minute man at Lexington and 
Bunker Hill. He served as fifer in 1776 and in 1778 held the 
rank of lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Haskins. He was com- 
missioned captain in 1780 and served to the close of the war. 

Miss Martha Coggeshall Callender. 9146 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Charles Colton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Washington Callender and Isabel Stebbins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Stebbins and Loice Colton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Colton and Mercy Sikes, his wife. 

Charles Colton, 1777, commanded a company in Col. Rug- 
gles Woodbridge's regiment at the Ticonderoga Alarm. He 
was under Col. John Greaton when mustered out in 1778. 
He died in 1809, at the age of eighty-five. 

Also No. 1414. 

Mrs. Isabella Graham Callender Crane. 9147 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of Hezekiah Backus Crane. 
Descendant of Capt. Charles Colton, 

Daughter of George Washington Callender and Isabel Stebbins, 
his wife. 
See No. 9146. 

Miss Ida J. Raymond. 9148 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elias West, Simeon Raymond and 
Hezekiah Raymond, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis Raymond and Ruth Rice, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justin Rice and Mary Throop, his wife; Francis 
Raymond and Nancy Hatch, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez West Throop and Pamelia West, his 
wife; Hezekiah Raymond and Lydia Lockwood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias West and Mary Lathrop, his wife; 
Simeon Raymond and Hannah Raymond, his wife. 

Elias West, 1779, served as lieutenant in Capt. Nehemiah 
Waterman's company, Col. Samuel Abbott's regiment. He 
lived to the advanced age of ninety-one. 

Simeon Raymond resigned the commission of captain under 
the Crown and served the colonies so loyally that the Tories 
burned his property. He died in 1795. 

Hezekiah Raymond was a soldier under different com- 
mands. He died at Norwalk in 1824, aged eighty-one. 

Also Nos. 4568, 8791. 

Mrs. Maria Field Davenport. 9149 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Francis O. Davenport. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Field, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Thomas P. Field, D. D., and Maria Augusta 
Daniels, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justin Field and Harriet Power, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Field and Elizabeth Mattoon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Field and Abigal Field, his wife. 

Samuel Field turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Noadiah Leonard's company, Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's 
regiment. In 1777 he served as corporal under Capt. Moses 
Harvey, Col. David Wells' regiment. 

Mrs. Sadie Hanna Seymour. 91^0 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Otis, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Valentine Claiborne Hanna and Frances Mary Smith, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Justin Smith and Maria Brennick Lloyd, his wife. 
See No. 9038. 

Mrs. Helen Noble Metcalf. 91^1 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Dr. A. T. Metcalf. 
Descendant of Gad Noble, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Alonzo Noble and Rhoda Murray, his wife. 



58 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Noble and Caroline Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gad Noble and Catherine Noble, his wife. 

Gad Noble, 1776, served in the ranks when the militia was 
sent to reinforce the army in New York. He died in West- 
field in 1823, at the age of eighty-four. 

Miss Cornelia Kate Chittenden. 9152 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Daniel Chittenden, Jairus Chittenden, Lieut. 
John Cowles, David Cowles, Capt. Benjamin Bidwell, Lieut. 
Miles Merwin and Ethan Pratt, of Connecticut ; Abner Paine 
and Judge ApoUos Moore, of Massachuestts. 

Daughter of Edwin Sedgwick Chittenden, S. A. R., and Minerva 
Elmina Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Hervey Orville Chittenden and Nancy 
Cowles, his wife; Robert Charles Haltridge Moore and Frances 
Maria Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Hervey Chittenden and Sarah Pratt, his 
wife; David Cowles and Nancy Merwin, his wife; Apollos Moore and 
Elizabeth Jackson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jairus Chittenden and Rebecca Hall, his 
wife; David Cowles and Eunice Paine, his wife; David Merwin and 
Anner Bidwell, his wife; Ethan Pratt and Mabel Skeel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Chittenden and Abigail Downs, 
his wife; John Cowles and Abigail Cole, his wife; Abner Paine and 
Jane Doane, his wife; Benjamin Bidwell and Anner Lane, his wife; 
Miles Merwin and Mary Parmelee, his wife. 

Daniel Chittenden, though over seventy, turned out at the 
Danbury raid. His son Daniel also gave service. 

Jairus Chittenden, 1776, was a private in Capt. Daniel 
Hand's company of riflemen. He died at Durham, N. Y., 
1828, at the age of eighty-three. 

David Cowles, but a lad in 1775, gave several terms of ser- 
vice during the war. 

John Cowles, 1776, was lieutenant under his brother-in-law, 
Capt. Selah Hart. His. regiment suffered loss at German- 
town, and he resigned after wintering at Valley Forge. 

Benjamin Bidwell rose from ensign to captain, and his 
brothers, John and Josiah, also served during the Revolution. 

Miles Merwin was in a troop of Horse that responded to all 
alarms. He died in 1786, aged sixty-six. 



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Ethan Pratt turned out from Saybrook under Capt. John 
Ely, and was at the siege of Boston. He enlisted in 1777 for 
three years and served on the Hudson and in the Jerseys. 

Abner Paine, who had fought in the French and Indian 
wars, was a minute man in the contest for liberty. 

Apollos Moore, 1781, was sixteen when he enlisted from 
Pittsfield for three years. He died in 1840 in Albany county. 

Also Nos. 824, 2617, 461 1. 

Miss Florence M. Cole. 91^5 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Sergt. Solomon Janes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William F. Cole and Laura Janes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Janes and Celinda Dexter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Janes and Beulah Fisk, his wife. 

Solomon Janes turned out from Brimfield at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. James Sherman's company. He served as 
sergeant in 1777 under Capt. Reuben Munn to reinforce the 
army at Ticonderoga. He died in Vermont in 1812. 

Mrs. a. Anna Palmes Shurick. 91 5-4 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John S. Shurick. 

Descendant of Andrew Palmes, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward S. Palmes and Emeline E. Ostrander, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Palmes and Sallie Mattox, his wife. 

Andrew Palmes served in the ranks at the siege of Boston. 
He enlisted later as a marine, and while in the privateer ser- 
vice was captured, but he escaped after many perilous adven- 
tures and served to the close of the war. 

Also No. 791. 

Mrs. Lilue Caldwell Polk. gi^^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Du Val F. Polk. 

Descendant of Samuel Caldwell, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Robert S. Caldwell and Jane Bancroft, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel W. Caldwell and Harriet Scott, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Caldwell and Martha Rounds, his 
wife. 



6o daughte:rs of th^ amejrican revolution. 

Samuel Caldwell, who was born in England, served as a 
civil officer during the Revolution. He was among the pa- 
triots of Philadelphia who subscribed so bountifully to assist 
in the struggle for liberty, and died there in 1798. 

Mrs. Kate Lockwood Clary. . 9156 

Born in New York. 

Widow of David A. Clary. 

Descendant of Joseph Lockwood, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of L. I. Lockwood and Elizabeth Stearns, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Lockwood and Mehetable Clarke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Lockwood and Ruth Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Lockwood and Mary Wood, his 
wife. 

Joseph Lockwood, 1776, although an old man enlisted in 

Capt. Thomas Hobby's company, Woodbury's regiment. 

Mrs. Emily H. Gilman No yes. 9I5'7 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Phelps Noyes. 
Descendant of Judge Joseph Gilman, of New Hampshire; 

Dr. Isaac Swift, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Winthrop Sargent Gilman and Abia Swift Lippincott, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Ives Gilman and Hannah Robbins, his 
wife; Rev. Thomas Lippincott and Patty Swift, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gilman and Rebecca Ives, his wife; 
Isaac Swift and Patience Case, his wife. 

Joseph Gilman was treasurer of Rockingham county and 

chairman of the Committee of Safety of Exeter. 

Also Nos. 1652, 401 1, 8344. 

Isaac Swift served as surgeon's mate at the siege of Boston. 
He was surgeon at the battle of Germantown and with the 
suffering troops at Valley Forge. 

Also No. 2020. 

Mrs. Julia Oilman Noyes De Forrest. 91^8 

Born in Minnesota. 
Descendant of Col. Joseph Noyes and of Lieut. Thomas 



IvINEAGE BOOK. 6 1 



Noyes, of Rhode Island; Judge Joseph Oilman and of Dr. 

Isaac Swift. 

Daughter of Charles Phelps Noyes and Emily Hoffman Gilman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Rogers Noyes and Phoebe Griffin Lord, 
his wife; Winthrop Sargent Gilman and Abia Swift Lippincott, his 
wife. 

See No. 9157. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Lieut. Thomas Noyes and Lydia Rogers, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Noyes and Barbara Wells, his 
wife. 

Joseph Noyes served in the General Assembly and was 
colonel of King's county militia at the battle of Rhode Island 
1778, where He received honorable mention for distinguished 
bravery. He died in 1802, aged seventy-five. 

Thomas Noyes was lieutenant in Col. Christopher Lippitt's 
regiment and was in the battles of White Plains, Trenton and 
Princeton. In 1777 he served in the Artillery. 

Also Nos. 1812, 3524, 6246, 8968. 

Mrs. Helen A. Gilman Noyes. 9159 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Daniel R. Noyes. 

Descendant of Judge Joseph Gilman and of Dr. Isaac Swift. 
Daughter of Winthrop Sargent Gilman and Abia Swift Lippincott, 
his wife. 
See No. 9157. 

Miss Cynthia Gordon Pennington, 9160 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of John Gatchell, of Maine. 

Daughter of James Pennington and Cynthia Gordon Gatchell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Gatchell and Charlotte Craig, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gatchell and Sarah Lenfest, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Gatchell and Sarah Hall, his wife. 
• Great-great-great-granddaughter of John Gatchell, who 
served in the defense of the sea coast under Capt. Briant Mor- 
ton. This company in 1776 built Fort Hancock where now 
stands Fort Preble. 

Also No. 5612. 



62 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Sarah Kirk Stees Kendrick. 916 i 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Dr. Fayette C. Kendrick. 
Descendant of Col. Philip Lorentz Greenawalt and of Lieut. 

John Philip Greenawalt, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Washington Moore Stees and Ann Kirk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Stees and Lydia Greenawalt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Philip Greenawalt and Catharine Schaff- 
ner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Lorentz Greenawalt and Margaret 
Foeser, his wife. 

Philip Lorentz Greenawalt commanded Lancaster county 
troops at Brandywine and Germantown. He was appointed 
commissioner for the Continental loan fund in 1777, and col- 
lected blankets, food and forage for the army at Valley Forge. 

John Philip Greenawalt served as lieutenant of the First 
Company, Second Battalion, of Lancaster county. 

Mrs. Alice A. Hall Shevlin. 9162 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Thomas H. Shevlin. 

Descendant of Lieut. Stephen Whitaker, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Stephen Crosby Hall and Alice A. Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of' Jonathan Austin Hall and Anne Whitaker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Whitaker and Ruth Conklin, his 
wife. 

Stephen Whitaker served as lieutenant in Capt. Jacob Ten 
Eyck's company. First Battalion, Somerset county militia. 

MRS. LUCY MATHEWS PATCH HIGBEE. 9163 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Ephraim Patch, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ephraim Patch, Jr., and Mary Burnell, his wife. 

Ephraim Patch, Jr., 1775, served in Arnold's expedition and 
was at the siege of Quebec in Capt. Israel Chapin's company, 
Col. John Fellows' regiment. He was a pensioner when he 
died in New York in 1838, aged eighty-one. 

Mrs. Susan Mealey Rand. 9164 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of Rufus Randall Rand. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 63 



Descendant of Jonathan Prescott and of Corp. Jesse Pres- 

cott, of Maine. 

Daughter of Tobias Gilmore Mealey and Catherine Jane Prescott, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Prescott and Sally Knight, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Prescott and Catharine Marston, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Prescott and Sarah Dearborn, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Prescott, 1775, at the age of eighteen enlisted in 
Capt. Michael McClarey's company, Col. Alexander Scam- 
mel's regiment. He died in 1814. 

Jesse Prescott, 1776, served as corporal in the New York 
campaign in Capt. Joseph Parson's company, Col. Thomas 
Tash's regiment. 

Mrs. Agnes Oliphant McNair Hull. 916^ 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Louis Kossuth Hull. 

Descendant of Isaac Griffin, of Delaware. 

Daughter of William Woodbridge McNair and Louise Wilson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edgar C. Wilson and Mary Ann Oliphant, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Oliphant and Mary Morris Griffin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Griffin and Mary Morris, his wife. 

Isaac Griffin, 1776, volunteered for one year, when he re- 
enlisted for the war in Capt. Robert Kirkwood's company, 
Col. David Hall's regiment. A letter to his wife from Mor- 
ristown shows the condition of the army the winter of 1777. 

Mrs. Deda Mealey Elwood, 9166 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of Lester B. Elwood. 
Descendant of Jonathan Prescott and of Jesse Prescott, of 

Maine. 

Daughter of Tobias Gilmore Mealey and Catherine Jane Prescott, 
his wife. 

See No. 9164. 



64 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Carrie W. Eastman. 9167 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Eastman. 

Descendant of Oliver Stewart, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin E. Holt and Anna Stewart Tilley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gersham Tilley and Sarah Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Stewart and Rebecca Sinfen, his wife. 

Oliver Stewart, 1779, at the age of sixteen volunteered from 
Stamford and served several enlistments. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Sing Sing in 1847. 

Mrs. Kate S. Higgins. 9168 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of George E. Higgins. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Rev. William P. Harsha and Martha M. Wilson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his wife. 

Benjamin Wilson was lieutenant in the expedition against 
Dunmore, and in 1775 commanded a company. He was ac- 
tive in warfare against the Indians during the war and rose to 
the rank of colonel. He died in 1827, aged eighty. 

Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843- 

Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Claggett Newcomb. 9169 

Born in Massachusetts, 

Wife of Charles R. Newcomb. 

Descendant of Hon. Wyseman Claggett, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of William Claggett and Sarah K. Morrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wentworth Claggett and Jane McQuestion, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Wyseman Claggett and Lettice Mitchell, his 
wife. 

Wyseman Claggett, who had served as attorney general un- 
der the Crown, was a member of the Provincial Congress in 
1775 and of the convention that framed the State Constitu- 
tion. He served as solicitor general until his death in 1784. 

Mrs. Elizabeth H, Oliphant Linn. 9170 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James J. Linn. 



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Descendant of Isaac Griffin, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Andrew Oliphant and Mary Morris Griffin, his wife. 

See No. 9165. 

Miss Lena M, Spoor. 91 7' 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Buss, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin T. Spoor and Frances Minerva Buss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Buss and Abigail Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Buss and Naomi Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Buss and Lydia Lincoln, his wife. 

Samuel Buss was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm 
and served at the siege of Boston. He enlisted from Leo- 
minster in 1777 in Capt. William Warner's company. Col. 
Thomas Marshall's regiment, and was at Monmouth. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1836, at the age of eighty-six. 

Mrs. Inez C. Zook. 9172 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Jacob M. Zook. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Arthur St. Clair, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jacob N. McCall and Louisa St. Clair Baldridge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Todd Baldridge and Margaret Balfour, 
Robb, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Robb and Louisa St. Clair, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Arthur St. Clair and Phoebe Bayard, his 
wife. 

Arthur St. Clair, who had served under Wolfe at Quebec, 
was colonel of militia at the beginning of the Revolution. 
He was appointed brigadier general in 1776 and succeeded 
Gates as major general in 1777. He was with Washington 
at Brandywine and on the court martial of Andre. He was 
serving in the south in 1782, and at the close of the war was 
a member of the Council of Censors. He died in 1818. 

Also Nos. 4991, 565s, 6031. 

Mrs. Isabella Thayer Peake. 9173 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Charles A. Peake. 
Descendant of Gov. John Adair, of Kentucky. 

5 



66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John H. Thayer and Marion Wallace Bridges, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Bridges and Ann Palmer Adair, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Adair and Catherine Palmer, his wife. 

John Adair enlisted as a private in South Carolina and 
served through the war. He was aide-de-camp to Gen. 
Sumpter and fought in many battles. When he died in Ken- 
tucky in 1840 he was a pensioner. The Legislature has 
erected at Frankfort a monument to his memory. 

Also Nos. 956, 2950. 

Mrs. Louisa St, Clair McCall. 9174 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Jacob N. McCall 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Arthur St. Clair. 
Daughter of William Todd Baldridge and Margaret Balfour Robb, 
his wife. 
See No. 9172. 

Mrs. Henrietta Van Antwerp MacMurray, 9171J 

Born in New York. 

Wife of J. W. MacMurray, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Lewis Simonse Van Antwerp, of New York. 

Daughter of John H. VanAntwerp and Martha Wiswall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William VanAntwerp and Sarah Meadon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Lewis VanAntwerp and Hannaft Van- 
Santen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Simonse VanAntwerp and Hen- 
derika Fonda VanBuren, his wife. 

Lewis Simonse Van Antwerp served on the Committee of 

Safety from the Schaghtikoke District during the war which 

aided the colony in the organization of the militia. 

Miss Susan H. Babcock. 9176 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Paul Smith Marston, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of William Babcock and Nancy Marston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Caleb Marston and Ruth Hackett, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Smith Marston and Catherine Elkins, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 67 



Paul Smith Marston enlisted in the company of Capt. Eben- 
ezer Webster, Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment, which 
marched for the relief of the garrison at Ticonderoga. He 
served at the battles of Bennington and Stillwater. 

Mrs. Ruth E. Wright. 9177 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Marshall B. Wright. 
Descendant of Paul Smith Marston. 

Daughter of William Babcock and Nancy Marston, his wife. 
See No. 9176. 

Mrs. Mabel Galentine. 9178 

Born in Louisiana. 
Wife of William Axford Galentine. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Persifor Frazer, Col. Robert 
Smith, of Pennsylvania ; Lieut. Henry Whiting, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Howard Smith and Frances Harriet Alexander, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Persifor Frazer Smith and Frances Jean- 
nette Bureau, his wife; Gerard Alexander and Elizabeth Henry, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Mary Ann Frazer, his 
wife; Richard Barnes Alexander and Elizabeth Toy Whiting, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Persifor Frazer and Mary Worral Taylor, 
his wife; Robert Smith and Margaret Vaughan, his wife; Henry 
Whiting and Humphrey Ann Toy, his wife. 

Persifor Frazer commanded a company in the Ticonderoga 
campaign ; was captured at Brandywine, but escaped and led 
a brigade at the battle of Monmouth. He declined the office 
of clothier general in I779,butwas commissary general in Sul- 
livan's expedition against the Six Nations and served to the 
close of the war. He died in 1792, aged fifty-six. 

Robert Smith was lieutenant of Chester county militia and 
designed the chevaux de frise for the defense of the Delaware 
River. He was a member of the convention that framed the 
State Constitution. He lived to the age of eighty-three. 

Henry Whiting entered the service as ensign and held the 
rank of lieutenant when retired in 1778. 
Also Nos. 525, 2776, 3401, 4256, 6842. 



68 DAUGHTERS O? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Geiger Lee. 9179 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Sherman Lee. 

Descendant of Capt. Bernard Geiger, of Pennsylvania.* 

Daughter of Ueorge Geiger and Rebecca Culbertson Wallace, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Geiger and Mary Shock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bernard Geiger and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Bernard Geiger, who had served under Frederick the Great, 
enlisted as a private under Capt. John Jones. He command- 
ed a company at Trenton^ Brandywine, Germantown and 
Monmouth. He died at Harrisburg in 1811. 

Miss Jeanette Falkler. 9180 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. William Lewis, of Maryland. 
Daughter of William Falkler and Susan Shyrock, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Shryock and Elizabeth Lewis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Lewis and Mary Falkler, his wife. 

William Lewis, who was born in Wales, enlisted as a private 
in 1776 to serve three years. He was at Trenton, Princeton, 
Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. He rose to the 
rank of captain and was a pensioner when he died in 1827, 
at the age of seventy-two. 

Miss Charlotte A. Blatchly. 9181 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Elijah Dee, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Oscar P. Blatchly and Fannie A. Buss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George L. Blatchly and Charlotte Dee, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Washington Dee and Lucy Cooley, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Dee and Miriam Jones, his wife. 
Elijah Dee enlisted as a private and in 1777 served in Capt. 
Martin Kirtland's company. Col. Erastus Wolcott's regiment. 

Mrs. Sarah Minor Gamble. 9182 

Born in Missouri. 
Widow of Hamilton Gamble. 

Descendant of Maj. William Mc Williams, of Virginia. 
Daughter of James Lawrence Minor and Sarah Cornelia Goode, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Garret Minor and Elizabeth McWilliams, his 
wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of William McWilliams and Dorothea Brayne, 

his wife. 
William McWilliams, 1776, commanded a company under 

Col. George Weedon when he was promoted to brigade ma- 
jor. He served from 1777-78 as aide to Lord Sterling. 

Mrs. Harriet Shepard Cook Moore. 9183 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of S. W. Moore. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Reading, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Darwin Shepard Cook and Rosalie Elvira Bar- 
low, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Barlow and Phebe Phillips, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Phillips and Sarah Reading, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Reading and Rebecca Ellis, his 
wife. 

Thomas Reading, 1776, was captain of the Third Battalion, 
First Establishment, and served until the battalion was dis- 
charged. He died in 1814, at the age of eighty. 

Mrs. Mary Moulton Olin. 9184 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Franklin W. Olin. 

Descendant of Corp. David Moulton, of iMew Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Henry Moulton and Mary Elizabeth Scott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Moulton and Abigail Goodwin Beal, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Moulton and Dorothy Moulton, his 
wife. 

David Moulton, 1775, enlisted at the age of fifteen, in Capt. 

Henry Elkin's company. Col Enoch Poor's regiment. He 

was corporal in 1776 and in 1780 served under Capt. Henry 

Butler, Col. Thomas Bartlett. He died in Maine in 1838. 

Miss Edith January. 9185' 

Born in Missouri. 
Descendant of Col. Charles Mynn Thruston, of Virginia. 



70 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Derick Algernon January and Jnlia Churchill, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas January and Mary Buckner Thruston, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Thruston and Eliza Thruston Whiting, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Mynn Thruston and Mary Buck- 
ner, his wife. 

Charles Mynn Thruston left his pulpit and raised a company 
of volunteers in Frederick county. He joined the army in 
New Jersey, where he lost an arm at Amboy. He was subse- 
quently made colonel of a Continental regiment. He died in 
Louisiana in 1812, aged seventy-four. 

Also Nos. 23, 1831, 4674. 

Miss Mary Louisa Dalton. 9186 

Bom in Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. James Hunter, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William R. Dalton and Harriott Ursula Walker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Hunter Dalton and Jane Martin Hen- 
derson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Dalton and Rachael Hunter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hunter and Mary McFarlane, his 
wife. 

James Hunter commanded a company of Regulators who 

resisted the Colonial Government and fought the battle of 
Alamance, May i6, 1771. He was major in Col. James Mar- 
tin's regiment at Guilford Court House and was promoted for 
gallant service. He carried, with great risk, despatches from 
Greene in the South to Washington at Philadelphia. 
Also No. 8192. 

Mrs. Fanny L. Boyle. 9187 

B< I in Illinois. 

ifc of F. Boyle. 

] i ant of Col. Charles Mynn Thruston, of Virginia, 

] of Alexander Brother and Sidney Pope January, his wife. 

i m tcr of Thomas January and Mary Buckner Thruston, 

L 9185, 



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Miss Hester Bates Laughlin. 9188 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Maj. Henry Heth, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Henry D. Laughlin and Ella Haynes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Ellus Haynes and Rebeckah K. Heth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Harvey Heth and Rebeckah King Rendall, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Heth and Agnes McMahan, his 
wife. 

Henry Heth, who was born in Ireland and fought in the 
early wars, entered the Virginia Line as captain. He located 
his bounty lands at Pittsburg, where he died in 1793, aged 
seventy-four. His three sons were members of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 629, 121 1. 

Mrs. Ella Haynes Laughlin. 9189 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Henry D. Laughlin. 
Descendant of Maj. Henry Heth. 

Daughter of Josiah Ellus Haynes and Rebeckah King Heth, his 
wife. 
See No. 9188. 

Mrs. Rebeckah King Rendall Haynes. 9190 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Josiah Ellus Haynes. 
Descendant of Maj. Henry Heth. 

Daughter of Harvey Heth and Rebeckah King Rendall, his wife. 
See No. 9188. 

Miss Harriette Eliza Noyes. 9191 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Humphrey Noyes, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Joshua F. Noyes and Lois Ann Noyes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Noyes and Eliza Peabody, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Noyes and Sarah Noyes, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Humphrey Noyes and Elizabeth Little, 
his wife. 

Humphrey Noyes joined Capt. Ezekiel Giles' company of 
volunteers from Plaistow that reinforced the Northern Army 
at Saratoga. He died in 1790, at the age of seventy-three. 



72 DAUGHTERS O? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Oct AVI a Cole Quinby- 9192 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Henry Brewer Quinby. 

Descendant of Solomon Cole, Maj. Nathan Batchelder and 
Sergt. Joshua Boynton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin James Cole and Mehitable Aborn Batchel- 
der, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Batchelder and Peace Cliflford, his wife; 
and of Isaac Cole. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Richard Batchelder and Abigail Boynton, 
his wife; and of Solomon Cole. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Batchelder and Margaret Bean, 
his wife; Joshua Boynton and Elizabeth Rand, his wife. 

Nathan Batchelder served under Col. John Stark at Bunker 
Hill. He was a delegate to the Provincial Congress in 1775, 
and was elected, major of Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment. 

Joshua Boynton fought at Bunker Hill and 1776 enlisted 
in Capt. James Shepard's company, Col. Isaac Wiman's regi- 
ment. In 1777 he served as sergeant under Capt. Daniel 
Emerson for the relief of Ticonderoga. 

Solomon Cole, with his seven brothers, performed a total of 
twenty-seven years' service during the Revolution. He 
lived to the age of ninety-three. 

Mrs Sarah Dana Parsons. 9193 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Eben G. Parsons. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Andrew McMillan and Emily E. Dana, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Putnam Dana and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Winchester Dana and Hannah Pope 
Putnam, his wife. 

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

Israel Putnam was born 1718 and the house is still stand- 
ing on its original site at Danvers. At twenty-one he was 
married and all but the oldest of his ten children were born at 
Pomfret. When Washington arrived at Cambridge as Com- 
mander-in-Cfiief, 1775, he brought with him the commissions 
of the four major generals and his name was the only one that 
had received the unanimous vote of Continental Congress. 

Also Nos. 118, 1205, 2091, 3285, 4i55» 7651, 8276. 



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Mrs. Kate Hughes Plummer. 9194 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Granville F. Plummer. 

Descendant of John Hughes, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin Harvey Hughes and Betsey Jane Cochran, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hughes and Elisabeth Thom, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hughes and Mehitable Buzwell, his 
wife. 

John Hughes, who was born in England, made his escape 
from the British camp at Boston and enlisted, in 1776, in Capt. 
Daniel Runnell's company. Col. Matthew Thornton's regi- 
ment. In 1777 he was a soldier under Col. Moses Nichols, 
and was in the battle of Bennington. He died at Windham 
in 1819, at the age of seventy-five. 

Mrs. Fanny Pike Hardy. 9195' 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank Adams Hardy. 

Descendant of John Hughes. 

Daughter of John Brodhead Pike and Ella Frances Hughes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Harvey Hughes and Betsey Jane 
Cochran, his wife. 

See No. 9194. 

Miss Sylvia Clark. 9196 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of John Stinchfield and of Rev. Ephraim Stinch- 

field, of Maine. 

Daughter of Dr. David S. Clark and Mary Latham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cyrus Latham and Betsey Stinchfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Stinchfield and Sarah Herring, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Stinchfield and Mehitable Winship, 
his wife. 

John Stinchfield, 1779, served in Capt. William Harris' com- 
pany. Col. Pike's Cumberland county regiment. 

Ephraim Stinchfield in 1778 enlisted for three years, at the 
age of seventeen, and was a pensioner when he died in 1837. 

Also No. 7856. 



74 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Susan A. Bartlett. 9197 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Gustavus Bartlett. 

Descendant of Sergt. John White, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Nichols and Phila H. Millen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Millen and Anna White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John White (a descendant of the Mayflower 
Pilgrims) and Mercy Hathaway, his wife. 

John White turned out from Freetown as a minute man at 
the Lexington Alarm and served as sergeant under Capt. Levi 
Rounsville and Capt. Nathaniel Morton. He died in New 
Hampshire in 1812, at the age of eighty-three. 

Miss Justin a Livingston Atterbury. 9198 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Robert Livingston and Mary Lindley 
Murray, of New York; Judge William Peartree Smith and 
Elisha Boudinot, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward J. C. Atterbury and Beulah Murray Living- 
ston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony Rutgers Livingston and Anna Maria 
Hoflfman, his wife; Lewis Atterbury and Catherine Boudinot, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Livingston and Maria Anna LeRoy, 
his wife; Elisha Boudinot and Catherine Smith, his wife; Martin Hoff- 
man and Beulah Murray, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddtughter of Robert Livingston and Mary Thong, his 
wife; William Peartree Smith and Mary Bryant, his wife; Robert 
Murray and Mary Lindley, his wife (mother of Lindley Murray). 

Robert Livingston, third Lord of the Manor, pledged his 
entire estate for the credit of the colonies. He died in 1790, 
at the age of eighty-two. 

William Peartree Smith, a graduate of Yale, was a delegate 
of the Provincial Congress, 1775, and judge of the Essex 
county court. He died in 1801, aged seventy-eight. 

Elisha Boudinot was a member of the Newark Committee 
of Safety and commissary of prisoners. His brother Elias 

was president of the Continental Congress. He died in 1819. 

Also No. 1077. 

Mary Lindley Murray, whose husband was a Tory, devised 
a plan to save Putnam's troops, who were the last to leave 



UNEAGE BOOK. 75 



New York. She beguiled the British generals to her house 
on Murray Hill, for rest and refreshment, and the two hours 
thus passed enabled Putnam to escape and join the American 
Army on the retreat from the city. 

Mrs, Margaret Ogden Southmayd. 9199 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederic Augustus Southmayd. 

Descendant of Gen. Elias Dayton and of Lewis Ogden, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of Isaac Gouveneur Ogden and Margaretta Dayton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Dayton and Susan Dayton, his wife; Lewis 
Ogden and Margaret Gouveneur, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Dayton and Hannah Rolfe, his wife. 

Elias Dayton, 1776, commanded Elizabethtown volunteers 
when commissioned colonel of regulars. He was at Ticon- 
deroga, Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth; served 
in Sullivan's expedition and was at the siege of York. He 
was the first president of the State Society of the Cincinnati. 

Lewis Ogden, 1775, served on the Committee of Safety and 
was a member of the Provincial Congress. 

Also Nos. 921, 1492, 5081. 

Mrs. May E. Ward Hendry. 9200 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Hugh Campbell Hendry, M. D. 

Descendant of Capt. Eliakim Littell and of Dr. Stephen Ball, 
of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Mortimer Seabury Ward and Julia Bruen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richmond Ward and Elizabeth H. Littell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hobart Littell and Matilda Ball, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliakim Littell and Hannah Littell, his 
wife; Stephen Ball and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Eliakim Littell was captain of a company of volunteers which 
opposed the march of Knyphausen, the Hessian commander. 
It was called the "J^^sey Blues" because their uniforms were 
spun and woven by the women of Newark. 

Stephen Ball entered the army as surgeon's mate and was 
surgeon when he died in 1783, at the age of thirty-four. He 



76 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

had four brothers who served during the war, David, Edward, 
Samuel and Thomas, and the two last were killed. His old 
home, "Tuscan Hall," is a famous relic of colonial times. 
Also No. 4049. 

Mrs. Fanny Dater Benedict. 9201 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Lane Benedict. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Roberts, of New York. 

Daughter of Alexander Blanchard and Frances A. Dater, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Dater and Mary Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Roberts and Elizabeth Marvin, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of William Roberts and Abigail Frink, his 
wife. 

William Roberts was sergeant in Capt. John McKinstry's 

company, Col. John Patterson's regiment, at the battle of the 
Cedars, May 20, 1776, where he was taken prisoner. When 
released he served to the close of the war. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died in 1837, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs, Matilda Garthwaite Todd. 9202 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Nelson Todd. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Crane Garthwaite, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Aaron M. Rodwell and Elizabeth Craig Garthwaite, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Spragge Garthwaite and Mary Wood- 
ruff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Crane Garthwaite and Vashti Brit- 
tin, his wife. 

Jeremiah Crane Garthwaite, 1776, when a boy of eleven, 
walked to Morristown to join the army. When told he was 
too young he said he could drum. A drum was given him 
and he made good his assertion, for as a drummer boy he 
served in many battles. He died in 1822. 

Also No. 7236. 

Mrs, Anna Chittenden Duncan. 9203 

Born in New York. 
Wife of DaviH D. Duncan. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 77 



Descendant of Rev. John Gano, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry A. Chittenden and Henrietta Gano, his wife. 

Granddaughtei' of Daniel Gano and Rebecca Hunt Lawrence, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Stites Gano and Mary Goforth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grand(daughter of John Gano and Sarah Stites, his wife. 

See No. 9054. 

Miss Ethel Maxwell Robeson. 9204 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Descendant of Capt. John Maxwell, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Hon. George Maxwell Robeson and Mary Isabel Ogs- 
ton (Aulick), his wife. 

Granddaughter of William P. Robeson and Anna Maria Maxwell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Clifford Maxwell and Rachel Bryan, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Maxwell and Mary Anna Clifford, 
his wife. 

John Maxwell, who was born in Ireland, entered the service 
as lieutenant of Sussex county volunteers. He was cap- 
tain of a company of the "Jersey Line," commanded by fiis 
brother William, and was engaged at Trenton, Princeton, 
Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth and Springfield. He 

died in 1828, at the age of eighty-nine. 
Also Nos. 3555, 8604. 

Mrs. Harriet Maria Stockton Dayton. 9205 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William L. Dayton. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Gen. Robert Field Stockton and Anna Margaretta 
Potter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Commodore Robert Field Stockton and Harriet 
Maria Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Mary Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Annis Boudinot, 
his wife. 

Richard Stockton, a distinguished lawyer, was a delegate 
to the Continental Congress 1776, and a signer of the Decla- 
ration of Independence. Among those able patriots none 



78 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

suffered more for the cause than he, for the enemy in their 
triumphant march, took "Morven," his elegant mansion, for 
headquarters and plundered his estate. The family had re- 
moved, but he was captured and his sufferings while in prison 
hastened his death in 1781, at the age of fifty-one. His wife 
was one of the prominent women of the Revolution. She was 
a gifted writer and her poems brought forth many eulogies 
from Washington that now gives us pen pictures of the times. 
Also Nos. 274, 1370, 2258, 4243. 

Mrs. Anne Higbee Green Kissam. 9206 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Coleman Kissam. 

Descendant of Gen. Matthias Williamson and of Maj. Mat- 
thias Williamson, Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Judge Edward T. Green and Charlotte Higbee Beas- 
ley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chief Justice Beasley and Frances Higbee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Frederick Beasley and Maria William* 
son his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Williamson and Henrietta 
Levy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Williamson and Susannah 
Halstead, his wife. 

Matthias Williamson, 1775, was colonel of Essex county 
Light Horse and in 1776 was promoted to brigadier general. 
He was quartermaster general when taken prisoner in 1780 
and until exchanged was confined on Long Island. 

Matthias Williamson, Jr., served as quartermaster of militia. 

Mrs. Rebecca Hamilton Shreve. 9207 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of E. Mercer Shreve. 
Descendant of Jesse Dungan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Edward Wallace and Hetty Dungan Potts, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Potts and Rebecca Dungan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Dungan and Hetty Johnson, his wife. 

Jesse Dungan, 1775, served as a private in the Fourth As- 
sociated Company of Northampton and Bucks county. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 79 



Mrs. Mary Kingman Smith Brakeley. 9208 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Philip F. H. Brakeley. 

Descendant of Capt. David Kingman and of Capt. Ezra 
Kingman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Lieut. Com. Watson Smith, U. S. N., and Mary W. 
Kingman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Kingman and Sarah Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Kingman and Frances Howard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Kingman and Susanna Whitman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Kingman and Abigail Hall, his 
wife. 

David Kingman, 1776, commanded a company in Col. Ed- 
ward Mitchell's regiment. He died in Bridgewater in 1805, 
where he was born in 1733. 

Ezra Kingman turned out at the Lexington Alarm and in 
1776 served under his father. 

Mrs, Bessie Scudder Stires Mershon. 9209 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Rev. Albert Lincoln Mershon. 

Descendant of Richard Scudder, John Allen, Jeremiah Mat- 
thies, David Ayers and Elijah Stites, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Manning Force Stires and Ellen Drake Fisher, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bishop Fisher and Elizabeth Scudder, 
his wife; Henry Stires and Mary Matthies, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Scudder and Elizabeth Ayers, his 
wife; Jeremiah Matthies and Keziah Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Scudder and Rebecca Stites, his 
wife; and of David Ayres; and of John Allen. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Stites. 

Richard Scudder, John Allen, David Ayers and Elijah 
Stites served as privates and Jeremiah Matthies as teamster. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace Cannon Bishop, 9210 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Arthur Bishop. 
Descendant of Elias Brevoort, of New Jersey. 



8o DAUGHTEltS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of James Spencer Cannon and Elizabeth MacNeil, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Strutenburgh Cannon and Jane Ten 
Broeck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Spencer Cannon and Catharine Bre- 
voort, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grand3aughter of EHas Brevoort and Maria Strutenburgh, 
his wife. 

Elias Brevoort served as a private and as quartermaster 
of State troops. He died in 1830, at the age of eighty-one. 

Miss Harriet Warrick Mahon, 92 u 

Born in Delaware. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Cloak and of Judge John 
Cook, of Delaware; Lieut. James Tomlinson and Samuel 
Tomlinson, of New Jersey; Col. George Pfeifler, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Ledon Mahon, M. D., and Emily Fran- 
ces Cloak, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cloak and Sarah Louisa Piper, his wife; 
John Mahon and Harriet Scott Tomlinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Cloak and Elizabeth Cook, his 
wife; William Tomlinson and Phoebe Harris, his wife; Joseph Piper 
and Sarah Kerlin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandBaughter of Samuel Tomlinson and Ann Garrison, his 
wife; George Pfeiflfer and Eve Lear, his wife; and of John Cook. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Tomlinson and Barbara 
Brown, his wife. 

Ebenezer Cloak fitted out and commanded a privateer. He 
was captured and died on the prison ship "Jersey." His wife 
assisted the patriot women to mould bullets for the soldiers. 

John Cook, 1776-83, was one of the six presidents of Dela- 
ware and also served as speaker and as associate judge. 

James Tomlinson was lieutenant of Cumberland county 
militia and his son Samuel was a private. 

George PfeifiFer (Piper) served in the Bucks county regi- 
ment that was in the battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Paoli 
and Germantown. His wife gave the gold she had inherited 
to her husband to purchase clothing for his company. She 
was a woman of great courage and protected her home and 
children when left alone during the war. 

Also No. 7431. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 8 1 



Mrs. Alice Wheelwright Wallace. 9212 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Wallace. 

Descendant of Col. Elias Dayton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George Washington Wheelwright and Hannah Gib- 
bons, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas H. Gibbons and Mary Lydia Dayton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Dayton and Susanna Williamson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Dayton and Hannah Rolph, his 
wife. 

See No. 9199. 

Mrs. Grace Davis Barnes. 9213 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of William Barnes, Jr. 

Descendant of Rufus Landon, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Henry Davis and Katharine Olivia Landon, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Landon and Nancy Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Landon and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 

Rufus Landon, 1776, at the age of seventeen, enlisted for 
one year in the company of Artillery commanded by Capt. 
John Bigelow. He subsequently turned out at various alarms 
and was detailed to care for the soldiers in the hospital at 
Peekskill and employed in the laboratory. 

Also Nos. 4955, 5063, 8562. 

Mrs. Anna Pruyn Vrooman. 9214 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Isaac Henry Vrooman. 

Descendant of Lieut. Casparus Pruyn and of Christopher 
Lansing, of New York. 

Daughter of Lansing Pruyn and Anna Mary Saltus, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Pruyn and Huybertie Lansing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Casparus Pruyn and Catharine Groesbeck, 
his wife; Christopher Lansing and Sarah Van Schaick, his wife. 

Casparus Pruyn, 1775, served in the Albany county militia 
when every able-bodied patriot was needed to defend the 
colony from the marauding Indians, the British from without 
and the Tories from within. He lived through life in the lo- 

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82 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

cality he had defended during the Revolution and died in 
1817, at the age of eighty-three. 

Christopher Lansing was quartermaster of Albany county. 

Also No. 7887. 

Mrs. Eliza Ten Eyck Pruyn Robinson. 92 ij 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles Mulford Robinson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Casparus Pruyn. 

Daughter of Augustus Pruyn and Cataline Ten Eyck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Casparus F. Pruyn and Ann Hewson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Francis C. Pruyn and Cornelia Dunbar, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Casparus Pruyn and Catharine Groes- 
beck, his wife. 

See No. 9214. 

Miss Margaret Ten Eyck Pruyn. 9216 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Casparus Pruyn. 

Daughter of Augustus Pruyn and Catalina Ten Eyck, his wife. 

See Nos. 9214, 9215. 

Miss Lydia Rathbone Reed. 9217 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. John Canfield, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joel R. Reed and Marianna Townsend, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Townsend and Abba Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chief Justice Ambrose Spencer and Laura 
Canfield, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Canfield and Dorcas Buel, his wife. 

John Canfield, 1776, enlisted in Sheldon's Light Horse and 
when volunteers were called for, to assist the New York 
colony, he was made brigade major and was with the detach- 
ment at Saratoga. 

Also Nos. 6877, 7075. 

Mrs. Harriet Weld Corning Peckham. 9218 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rufus W. Peckham, Jr. 
Descendant of Bliss Corning, of Connecticut. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 83 



Daughter of Erastus Corning and Mary Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Corning and Harriet Weld, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bliss Corning and Lucinda Smith, his wife. 

Bliss Corning, 1779, at the age of sixteen, enlisted from 
Preston in Capt. Elijah Brewster's company. Col. Jedediah 
Roger's regiment for sea coast duty. He served under differ- 
ent commands during the Revolution. 

Miss Anne Van Rensselaer Russell. 9219 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Killian Van Rensselaer, of New York. 

Daughter of Joseph William Russell and Margaretta Sanders Van 
Rensselaer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sanders Van Rensselaer and Ann Dunkin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Killian K. Van Rensselaer and Margaretta 
Sanders, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Killian Van Rensselaer and Ariantia 
Schuyler, his wffe. 

Killian Van Rensselaer was a member of the Legislature 
and chairman of the Committee of Safety of Albany county. 
He and three sons and eight nephews served in the Northern 
campaign until the surrender of Burgoyne. He died in 1781 
in Albany county, where he was born in 17 17. 

Also Nos. 1 187, 7221. 

Miss Pauline Hewson Wilson. 9220 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Williams and Col. Joseph 
Williams, of Connecticut; Bethuel Washburn, of Mass. 

Daughter of I^eorge Powers Wilson and Helen Hewson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bethuel Washburn Hewson and Emily Williams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Felton Williams and Elizabeth 
Beck, his wife; John Hewson and Mary Washburne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Williams and Martha Williams, 
his wife; and of Bethuel Washburn and Annetje Lansingh, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Williams and Martha Howell, 
his wife. 

William Williams marched from Pomfret to the relief of 

Boston and served at Bunker Hill. He was in the Quebec 



84 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

expedition arid taken prisoner at "The Cedars." When ex- 
changed he served in the New York campaign. 

Joseph Wilfiams was a leading spirit of the Revolution and 
chairman of the committee that demanded of Governor Hutch- 
inson the withdrawal of the British troops from Boston. He 
was muster master of the minute men at Roxbury and lived 

to the advanced age of ninety. 

Also Nos. 1055, 6767. 

Bethuel Washburn served as quartermaster under Col.Rufus 
Putnam. His commission, dated 1777 and signed by Presi- 
dent John Hancock, is in the possession of this descendant. 

Mrs. Helen Hewson Wilson. 9221 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of George Powers Wilson. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Williams, Col. Joseph Wil- 
liams and Bethuel Washburn. 

Daughter of Bethuel Washburn Hewson and Emily Williams, his 
wife. 

See No.- 9220. 

Mrs. Lucy Rathbone Bowditch. 9222 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Bowditch. 

Descendant of Corp. David Baker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John F. Rathbone and Mary Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ellis Baker and Lucy Gilford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Baker and Hannah Gookin, his wife. 

David Baker turned out with the minute men from Rox- 
bury and served gallantly at Lexington. He was corporal in 
Capt. WilUam Draper's company, Col. William Heath's regi- 
ment. He died in 1803, at the age of forty-seven. 

Mrs. Bessie Woolworth Leonard. 9223 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of Edgar C. Lreonard. 

Descendant of Rev. Samuel Buell, of Long Island. 
Daughter of Calvin Colton Woolworth and Sarah Parker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Buell Woolworth and Sophia Mickels, 
his wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 85 



Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Woolworth and Mary Buell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Buell and Mary Mulford, his wiTe. 

Samuel Buell, 1776, when the British occupied Long Island, 
was pastor at Easthampton and the respect that he com- 
manded from the enemy enabled him to do much for the loyal 
people left within the lines of the invaders. His letters are 
now quoted, as giving information to the American Army, 
of the resources of the British. He died in 1798. 

Mrs. Harriet Jane Sague. 9224 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Horace Sague. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonas Kelsey, of New York. 
Daughter of James Kelsey and Rachel Dubois, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonas Kelsey and Jane Dubois, his wife. 
Jonas Kelsey, 1777, was captain of a company in the Fourth 
Dutchess militia, commanded by Col. John Frear. 

• 

Mrs. Elizabeth McCammon Northrup. 9225' 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Milton Harlow Northrup. 

Descendant of Sergt. Dependence Sturtevant, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Alexander McCammon and Tirzah Harrison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch McCammon and Lydia Sturtevant, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dependence Sturtevant and Abigail Smith, fiis 
wife. 

Dependence' Sturtevant, 1776, enlisted as a private and 

served under different commands as corporal and sergeant. 

He was at Boston and in the expedition to Rhode Island. 

Mrs, Jessie Perry Van Zile Belden. 9226 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Mead Belden. 

Descendant of Quartermaster Isaac Perry, Capt. Silas 
Childs, Lieut. James Ball and Samuel Weeks, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Os,car Edward Van Zile and Sarah Melinda Perry, his 
wife. 



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86 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Silas Childs Perry and Mary Weeks, his wife; 
Jesse Van Zile and Eliza Bailey Simmons, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Perry and Lucretia Childs, his wife, 
Samuel Weeks and Taphath Ball, his wife; Thomas Simmons and 
Sally Bailey, his wife; John Van Zile and Catherine Abrams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter ©f Isaac Perry and Sarah Perry, his wife; 
Silas Childs and Esther Ely, his wife; James Ball and Lydia Rice, his 
wife. 

Isaac Perry was quartermaster of the Orange county regi- 
ment under Col. Abraham Lent. He served at White Plains, 
Hubbardton, Bennington and Lake George. 

Silas Childs was captain of a company commanded by Col. 
John Williams and later by Col. Alexander Webster. 

James Ball, 1774, was made lieutenant by the Committee of 
Safety with orders to enlist men to go to the relief of "our 
brethren in any part of the Province.'' 

Samuel Weeks enlisted from Warwick in Capt. Ichabod 
Dexter's company, Woodbridge's regiment, and was in the 
battle of Dorchester Heights. He died in New York in 1841, 
at the age of eighty-five. 

Mrs. Eliza Austin Dickinson. 9227 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edwin D. Dickinson. 

Descendant of Rosewell Ray, of New York. 

Daughter of Samuel Austin and Eliza Ray, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roswell Ray and Leah Orser, his wife. 

Roswell Ray, 1780, enlisted at the age of seventeen as a 
fifer under Col. Peter Yates. He was soon taken prisoner 
by the British and Indians and was held in captivity for three 
years. He was a pensioner when he died in 1844. 

Miss Mary Augusta Neilson. 9228 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Brower, of New York. 
Daughter of Jason Neilson and Mary Augusta Tabele, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philip Tabele and Mary Birdsall Brower, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Brower and Mary Birdsall, his wife. 

Nicholas Brower, who had served in the militia, was pro- 
moted in 1780 to captain of a Dutchess county company. 
Also No. 8352. 



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Mrs. Sarah Bates Graver. 9229 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Graver. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Kingsbury, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Andrew Jackson Bates and Harriett Matilda Bartlett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Bartlett and Matilda Sophia Kingsbury, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Kingsbury and Sophia Moore, his 
wife. 

Samuel Kingsbury was a private at Dorchester Heights in 
Capt. Benjamin Richardson's company and served in Rhode 
Island under Capt. John Putnam and Capt. Samuel Haley. 
He died at Oxford in 1823. 

Mrs. Katharine Wolcott Verplanck. 9230 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Verplanck. 

Descendant of Gk)v. Oliver Wolcott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles M. Wolcott and Catharine A. Rankin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Frederick Wolcott and Sally Worthington 
Goodrich, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Wolcott and Lorraine Collins, his wife. 

Oliver Wolcott, 1775, was appointed commissioner of In- 
dian affairs for the Northern Department. He was a signer 
of the Declaration of Independence. He divided his time 
between serving in Congress, recruiting troops and com- 
manding militia. He died in 1797, at the age of seventy-one. 

Also Nos. 1457, 4035. 

Mrs. Katharine S. B. Dunn. 9231 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Kendall Dunn. 
Descendant of Rev. John Close and of Giles Slocum, of New 

York. 

Daughter of Giles Slocum Brisbin and Matilda Bailey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Bailey and Catherine Gillespie, his wife; 
James Brisbin, Jr., and Sally Slocum, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gillespie and Matilda Close, his wife; 

Giles Slocum and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Close and Mary Wickes, his wife. 

John Close 1775, was a signer of the Pledge and a promi- 



88 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

nent patriot. He served in 1779 as chaplain of the Brigade of 
Levies. He died in 1813, at the age of seventy-six. 

Giles Slocum was a soldier at the battle of Wyoming, July 
3, 1778, and his name is among the survivors of the massacre. 

Also No. 4517. 

Mrs, Mary Caroline Johnson. 9232 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Dey Johnson. 
Descendant of Abner Treman, of New York. 
Daughter of Ashbel Treman and Mary Ayres, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abner Treman and Mary McLallen, his wife. 

Abner Treman, 1777, enUsted at the age of sixteen, and 

served to the close of the war. He was one of the twenty who 

led the Forlorn Hope at the storming of Stony Point. The 

land awarded him for services he located on Cayuga Lake, 

where he died in 1823. 
Also No. 2072. 

Miss A. Elizabeth Leaning. 9233 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Samuel Hamilton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Kennington Leaning and Jane Elizabeth Gross, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Denison Gross and Christina Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hamilton and Betsey Kingston, his 
wife. 

Samuel Hamilton, 1775, at the age of eighteen, was a private 

at Prospect Hill in Capt. Benjamin Hasting's company, Col. 

Asa Whitcomb's regiment. He also served under Capt. 

Samuel Hubbard and Col. Job Cushing. He died in 1826. 

Miss Grace Pentz Noxon. 9234 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lebeus Howe, of New York. 
Daughter of Isaac B. Noxon and Estelle Hall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Noxon and Anna Farrington, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Farrington and Phebe Howe, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lebeus Howe and Anna Austin, his wife. 

Lebeus Howe enlisted as a soldier in the Fourth Regiment, 
Continental Line, commanded by Col. Henry B. Livingston. 



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He survived to receive a pension for the service he rendered 
during the Revolution, as he died in 1830. 

Mrs, Sarah Truesdell Cockcroft. 9235' 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John V. Cockcroft. 

Descendant of Maj. Jesse Truesdell, of New York; Maj. 
Ezekiel Woodruff, Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Delevan Truesdell and Henrietta Johnson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Phillipps Truesdell and Margaret Parmer, 
his wife; Jonathan Johnson and Mary Ann Woodruff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Truesdell and Sybil Phillipps, his 
wife; Ezekiel Woodruff, Jr., and Sarah Donington, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Truesdell. 

Ezekiel Woodruff, Jr., was captain of Essex county militia 
when promoted to major in 1776. He gave the information 
that averted the catastrophe, when the British in 1779 planned 
to surprise Elizabethtown, and capture Washington's advance 
guard. He died in 1801, at the age of fifty-seven. 

Jesse Truesdell, 1775, entered the service as lieutenant and 
in 1778 commanded a company. At the close of the war he 
held the rank of major. 

Miss Rebecca Reynolds Secor. 9236 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Corp. Isaac Brown, of New York. 

Daughter of Isaac Secor and Anna Maria Reynolds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Secor and Anna Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Brown and Sarah Shute, his wife. 

Isaac Brown, before he was of age, served under Capt. 
George Combs, Col. Joseph Drake's regiment, of Westches- 
ter militia, detailed to guard the banks of the Hudson. 

Also No. 5850. 

Miss Anna Gertrude Roberts. 9237 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Lemuel Roberts and of Nathaniel 

Everts, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry Roberts and Mary Blackledge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Roberts and Betsey E. Bradley, his wife. 



90 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Roberts and Elethea Calkins, his 
wife; Leman Bradley and Nancy Everts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Roberts and Ruth Woodford, his 
wife; Nathaniel Everts and Mary Moore, his wife. 

Lemuel Roberts turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
served in the New York campaign. He guarded the Bur- 
goyne prisoners on their way to the South. 

Nathaniel Everts served as a private and was a pensioner 

when he died in 1836, at the age of eighty-two. 
Also No. 6281. 

Miss Carrie Martha Smith. 92^8 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Nicholas Smith, of New York. 
Daughter of William Bellinger Smith and Sarah Stark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nicholas Smith, Jr., and Hannah Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Smith and Margaret Bellinger, his 
wife. 

Nicholas Smith was among the yeomen of the Mohawk Val- 
ley who won the bloody battle at Oriskany, and when Herki- 
mer was wounded he assisted the general from the field. He 
and his wife in 1779 were murdered by Tories and Indians, 
but they had concealed their infant son and he escaped. 

Also No. 4459. 

Mrs. Harriet Butterfield Storrs. 9239 

Born in Ne.w York. 

Wife of William Mansfield Storrs. 

Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Butterfield, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of John Butterfield and Malinda Baker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Butterfield and Catharine Ebert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Butterfield and Lucretia Adams, his 
wife. 

Timothy Butterfield, 1776, served in Capt. Daniel Carlisle's 

company, Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment, that reinforced the 

Northern Army. He died in 1819, at the age of eighty-nine. 

Miss Antoinette G. Dickinson. 9240 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Elisha Seymour, Sergt. Elisha Seymour, Jr., 



LINEAGE BOOK. 9 1 



Sergt. Ebenezer Dickinson and Gen. George Doolittle, all of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of George L. Dickinson and Grace Doolittle Foster, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Dickinson and Prudence Seymour, his 
wife; Joseph Foster and Rhoda Doolittle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Seymour, Jr., and Rhoda Sedgwick, 
his wife; George Doolittle and Grace Wetmore, his wife; Ebenezer 
Dickinson and Mabel Dickinson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Seymour and Abigail Sedgwick, 
his wife. 

Elisha Seymour gave short terms of service. 

Elisha Seymour, Jr., was sergeant in Capt. Abraham Sedg- 
wick's company. He died while on duty, October 20, 1776. 

Ebenezer Dickinson, 1775-76, served as corporal and ser- 
geant. He lived to the advanced age of ninety. 

George Doolittle enlisted at the age of seventeen and he, 
with six brothers, gave active service during the Revolution. 
He died in Oneida county, N. Y., in 1825. 

Also Nos. 1572, 3370, 4439, 5112. 

Mrs. Sarah Kettlehuyn Swartwout Green. 9241 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Walter Jerome Green. 

Descendant of William Kettle (Kettlehuyn), Philip Swart- 
wout and Cornelius Swartwout, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Swartwout and Maria Amelia Kettlehuyn, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Kettlehuyn and Amelia Lester, his wife; 
Henry Swartwout and Sally Merrill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Kettle (Kettlehuyn) and Anneke 
Toll, his wife; Cornelius Swartwout and Sarah Bedell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Swartwout and Antje Wynkoop, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughterof Jacobus Swartwout and Antje Gumaer, 
his wife. 

William Kettle(huyn) was a private in the regiment com- 
manded by Col. John Knickerbacker at the surrender of 
Burgoyne and also served under Col. Peter Yates. He died 
in 1829, at the age of eighty-nine. 

Philip Swartwout, 1775, was a signer of the Association Test 
of the District of Manakating, as was also three of his sons. 



92 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

When Brandt invaded Peinpack in 1778 he and three sons 
were murdered outside the fort, but that was saved by the aid 
of the women and the aged Antjen Gumaer performed the 
duties of a soldier. 

Cornelius Swartwout was a private in the Ulster county 
militia at Fort Montgomery in 1777, when it was attacked by 
the British and he and his brother, Gerardus, fought their way 
out and evaded capture. He died in 1838. 

Mrs. Lucy Lord Kimball Hart. 9242 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Henry Gilbert Hart. 
Descendant of John Dewey, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Renel Kimball and Sarah Naomi Lord, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gurdon Lord and Sally Dewey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Dewey and Achsah Clapp, his wife. 

John Dewey turned out at the Lexington Alarm when he 
enlisted as a private in CoL Timothy Danielson's regiment. 
He was among the brave troops that crossed the Delaware 
and fought at Trenton and Princeton. 

Miss Mary Merwin. 9243 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Lewis Smith, of New York. 

Daughter of Milton H. Merwin and Helen Knapp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Merwin and Amanda Kimball, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Merwin and Esther Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Smith and Anna Hubbard, his wife. 

Lewis Smith was at the battle of White Plains under Capt. 
John Smith. He served several enlistments and died in 1841, 
at the advanced age of eighty-eight. 

Miss Kate Y. Dickinson. 9244 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Gen. George Doolittle, Sergt. Ebenezer Dick- 
inon, Elisha Seymour and Elisha Seymour, Jr., all of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of George L. Dickinson and Grace Doolittle Foster, his 
wife. 

See No. 9240, 



LINKAGE BOOK. 93 



Mrs. Maria Van Bergen Babcock Fearey. 9245 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thomas H. Fearey. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Van Bergen, of New York. 

Daughter of John Babcock, M. D., and Hester Vanderzee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderzee and Maria Van Bergen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter H. Van Bergen and Mayica Witbeck, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Van Bergen and Neeltje Salisbury, 
his wife. 

Henry Van Bergen, 1777, was captain of a company in the 
Eleventh Regiment, commanded by his brother Anthony. 
He died at Coxsackie in 18 17, where he was born in 1731. 

Miss Emily Augusta Clark. 9246 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lemuel Sherwood and of John Lovell, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elisha Clark and Irene Sherwood Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Clark and Sarah Lovell, his wife; John 
Foster and Wealthy Sherwood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Lovell and Priscilla West, his wife; 
Lemuel Sherwood and Elizabeth Gibbs, his wife. 

Lemuel Sherwood, 1777, enlisted in Col. Heman Swift's 
regiment, which was at Germantown, served in the defense 
of Forts Mercer and Mifflin, wintered at Valley Forge and 
fought at Monmouth. 

John Lovell, 1776, served as a minute man from Sharon. 

Mrs, Clara Morgan Olmsted. 9247 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Bartow Olmsted. 

Descendant of Zadock Seymour and of Capt. Moses Porter, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Morgan and Emily Hatch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Hatch and Amy Seymour, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zadock Seymour and Naomi Munger, his 
wife; Timothy Hatch and Abigail Porter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Porter and Sarah Kilham, his wife. 

Zadock Seymour, 1777, enlisted in Capt. Mansfield's com- 



94 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

pany and received an honorable discharge for three years* ser- 
vice. He died in New York in 1845, aged eighty-eight. 

Moses Porter served in the cavalry at Bennington, exhib- 
ited conspicuous gallantry at Bemis Heights and was at the 
battle of Saratoga. He died in 1803. 

Mrs. Edith Kidder Whelpton. 9248 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George C. Whelpton. 

Descendant of Samuel Kidder, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Pascal Paoli Kidder and Emeline Burrows, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Kidder and Polly Eddy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Kidder and Sara Corbin, his wife. 

Samuel Kidder was a private in Capt. Nathaniel Healey's 
company at the siege of Boston. He died in 1776 of small- 
pox contracted in the army. 

Mrs. Ellie Josephine Shepard. 9249 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick J. Shepard. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Sumner and Marion Josephine Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Sumner and Lucina Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Fletcher and Mehitable Hazeltine, his 
wife. 

Samuel Fletcher was sergeant at Bunker Hill and when 
Ticonderoga was besieged he commanded a company of 
minute men that marched to its relief. He was at the battle 
of Bennington, and served until the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Also Nos. 3945, 8527. 

MISS Emma Loneta Burdett.* 9250 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Hodges, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of David Jones and Abba A. Hodges, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William C. Hodges and Nancy Bemis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hodges and Abigail Carpenter, his 
wife. 



♦Adopted daughter of John Burdett. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 95 



Jonathan Hodges, 1775, served in Capt. Silas Cobb's com- 
pany and turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm under Capt. 
Isaac Hodges, Col. John Daggett's regiment. He was ser- 
geant in 1778 in Capt. Samuel White's company. He died at 
Norton in 1823, where he was born in 1747. 

Miss Ruth Woodhull Barnes. 9251 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Maj. Nathaniel Strong and of Capt. Ebenezer 

Woodhull, of New York. 

Daughter of Washington Barnes and Frances Cruger Strong, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Schuyler Strong and Frances Cruger, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Selah Strong and Ruth Woodhull, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Woodhull and Abigail Howell, 
his wife; Nathaniel Strong and Amy Brewster, his wife. 

Nathaniel Strong entered the service in 1775 and was killed 
at Blooming Grove Nov. 6, 1778. 

Ebenezer Woodhull, 1775, was an Orange county Associa- 

tor, and served as a minute man in 1776. He subsequently 

was captain of Light Horse. He died in Orange county in 

1803, at the age of sixty-one. 
Also No. 6869. 

Mrs. Lilian Putnam Myers. 9252 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Peri Coit Myers. 

Descendant of John Putnam, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Luke Spencer Putnam and Emeline Tompson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Putnam and Peggy Willard, his wife. 

John Putnam, 1780, at the age of sixteen, enlisted in Capt. 
Isaac Farweirs company, Col. Joseph Cilley's regiment. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1848. 

Miss Emeline Rich Clark. 925'^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer Clark and of Thomas Paint- 
er, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lucius E. Clark and Abigail Rich, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Clark and Sally Sanford, his wife; 
Rev. Samuel Rich and Angelina Painter, his wife. 



98 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Abraham Hasbrouck, who was colonel of militia, served as 
a delegate to the Provincial Congress and as a member of the 
Assembly during the Revolution. 

Joseph Hasbrouck, 1775, was major of Ulster county militia. 
His farm near Windsor was used as a depot of supplies ioir 

the army. He died in 1808, aged sixty-five. 

Also Nos. 620, 1302, 1436, 2172, 4967, 7938, 8246. 

James Allen enlisted from Concord and served under dif- 
ferent commands. He was in the invalid company at the close 
of the war. His son James also gave service during the war. 

Mrs. Clementine L. T. Alling. ()2^g 

Born in Vermont. 
Widow of William Ailing. 

Descendant of Elias Lyman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Foster Tilden and Clementine Lymen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Anna White, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Clapp, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Allen, his wife. 
Elias Lyman, though an old man, turned out with the min- 
ute men for the defense of Bennington. He died in 1790. 
Also Nos. 182, 1 145, 2563, 4363. 

Miss Mary M. Brady. 9260 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Jabez Bruen, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Samuel Brady and Priscilla Bruen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Luther Bruen and Priscilla Owings, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Bruen and Abigail Spinning, his wife. 
Jabez Bruen served in the Morris county militia. He died 
, in Ohio in 1814, at the age of sixty-four. 

Mrs. Mary Gano Mussey. 9261 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Reuben D. Mussey. 

Descendant of Rev. John Gano, of New York. 

Daughter of Lieut. Col. Charles Longworth Gano and Jane Hark- 
ness, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Aaron Goforth Gano and Frances Burley, 
his wife. 

^r.-granddaughter of Maj. Gen. John Stites Gano and Mary 
Goforth, his wife. 

See Nos. 9054, 9203. 



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Miss Mary V. Hulbert. 9256 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Col. John Rand and of Zachariah Rand, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John C. Hulbert and Katherine A. Benedict, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Hulbert and Tamar Rand, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Rand and Jerusha Sawyer, his wife. 

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

Zachariah Rand, 1775, was a soldier under Capt. Edmond 
Beamis. He served several enlistments and was at the battle 
of Bennington. He died in 1827, aged seventy-six. 

John Rand was enrolled at Westminster as colonel of militia. 

Mrs. Elizabeth EmmaPearse Depew. 92^7 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Edward Denike Depew. 

Descendant of William Pearse and of Capt. Lieut. Chris- 
topher Robinson, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Griswold Pearse and Mary Niles Robinson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Pearse and Elizabeth Trip Childs, his 

wife; George Champlin Robinson and Mary Niles Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Pearse and Elizabeth Gifford, his 
wife; Christopher Robinson and Elizabeth Anthony, his wife. 

William Pearse was a patriot too old for active service, but 
he contributed of his means to the cause. 

Christopher Robinson, 1778, served as captain-lieutenant 
in Capt. Ebenezer Adam's company. He died in 1841, at the 
age of eighty-five. 

Miss Harriet Louise Seymour Hasbrouck. 92^8 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph Has- 
brouck, of New York ; James Allen and of James Allen, Jr., 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Louis Hasbrouck and Louise Seymour Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Bald Allen and Harriet Seymour, his wife; 
Louis Hasbrouck and Catharine Banks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Allen, Jr., and Phebe Thayer, his wife; 
Joseph Hasbrouck and Eilzabeth Bevier, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Allen and Ruth Wesson, his wife; 
Abraham Hasbrouck and Catherina Bruyn, his wife. 

7 



gS DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Abraham Hasbrouck, who was colonel of militia, served as 
a delegate to the Provincial Congress and as a member of the 
Assembly during the Revolution. 

Joseph Hasbrouck, 1775, was major of Ulster county militia. 
His farm near Windsor was used as a depot of supplies ioir 
the army. He died in 1808, aged sixty-five. 

Also Nos. 620, 1302, 1436, 2172, 4967, 7938, 8246. 

James Allen enlisted from Concord and served under dif- 
ferent commands. He was in the invalid company at the close 
of the war. His son James also gave service during the war. 

Mrs. Clementine L. T. Alling. 92^9 

Bom in Vermont. 
Widow of William Alling. 

Descendant of Elias Lyman, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph Foster Tilden and Clementine Lymen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Anna White, his wife. 
Gr,-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Clapp, his wife. 
Gr.-gr,-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Allen, his wife. 
Elias L>Tnan, though an old man, turned out with the min- 
ute men for the defense of Bennington. He died in 1790. 
Also Xos. 1S2, 1 145, 2563, 4363. 

Miss Mary M. Brady. 9260 

Bom in Ohio. 

Descendant of Jabex Bnien, of New Jersey. 
Daiisht^r of SAmoel Bmdy «nd PriscilU Bnicn, his wife. 
Gr&xMkUushter of Luther Bnien and PnsdlU Owings, his wife, 
0,-S"i»<i«i*^agh^'t' ^^f Jabei Bnaen and .\bi^l Spinnins* his wife, 

Tabez Braen served in the Morris countv miUtia, He died 
in Ohio in 1S14. M the a^ of sixty-tour. 

Mrs. Mary a\NO Mussey, 9261 

DesoetKijinx oi Rew John Gaikx of Xew York, 

i>t.-^*?>4^^i^j^!iTtT c^^ \4xv Gt^iv Jo^ii $^:e<^ C>3ii>o «j4 Marr 



LINEAGE BOOK. 99 . 



Miss Francis Marion Devereux. 9262 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Dr. Elisha Story, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Arthur Forrester Devereux and Clara Anna Rich, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George H. Devereux and Charlotte Story Forres- 
ter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Forrester and Charlotte Story, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Story and Mehitable Pedrick, his 
wife. 

Elisha Story was surgeon in Col. Moses Little's regiment 
at the Lexington Alarm. He served at Bunker Hill and in 
' the Jersey campaign. He died in 1805, at the age of sixty-two. 
His father resigned his office in the court, at the passage of 
the Stamp Act as he said, "that I might have nothing to do 
with that accursed act." 

Mrs, Louise Latham Devereux Burns. 9263 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Silas Reese Burns. 
Descendant of Dr. Elisha Story. 

Daughter of Arthur Forrester Devereux and Clara Anna Rich, his 
wife. 
See No. 9262. 

Mrs. Frances Dering Jones. 9264 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Frank Johnston Jones. 

Descendant of Dr. Thomas Fosdick, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Fosdick and Sarah Ann Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Fosdick and Phebe L'Hommedieu, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Fosdick and Anna Havens, his wife. 

Thomas Fosdick turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
served as surgeon's mate in the Sixth Regiment. 

Also No. 6995. 

Miss Elizabeth Findlay Torrence. 926J 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Torrence, Samuel Findlay, Dr. 
Richard Brownson, Dr. John McDowell and Archibald Irwin, 
of Pennsylvania. 



ICXD DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of James Findlay Torrence and Ann Rebecca Findlay, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge George Paull Torrence and Mary Brown- 
son Findlay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Torrence and Mary Paull, his wife; 
Col. John Findlay and Nancy Brownson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughterof Samuel Findlay and Jane Smith, his wife; 
Richard Brownson and Mary McDowell, his wife; George Paull and 
Martha Irwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John McDowell and Agnes Craig, his 
wife; and of Archibald Irwin. 

Samuel Findlay was quartermaster in the Cumberland Asso- 
ciators under Col. Samuel Culbertson, and Richard Brownson 
was surgeon in the same command. 

John McDowell, 1776, entered the army as lieutenant, was 
captain in 1778 and served as surgeon to the close of the war. 

Joseph Torrence, 1778, was promoted to lieutenant. 

Archibald Irwin, who had served in the French and Indian 
wars, was called into active service at Valley Forge. 

Also Nos. 4886, 5066. 

Mrs. Abbie How Newton. 9266 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of George Newton. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Carleton and of Sergt. 
Lemuel Gates, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Pierpont How and Abigail Ellis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John How and Susan Gates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Gates and Lydia Whittemore, his 
wife; Daniel How and Abigail Mussey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph How and Hannah Carleton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Carleton and Elizabeth Car- 
leton, his wife. 

Ebenezer Carleton 'served as sergeant in Capt. John Davis' 
company and as lieutenant under Capt. Stephen Webster, 
Fourth Essex county Regiment. 

Lemuel Gates, 1775, served as fifer in Capt. Abigal Wyman's 
company and 1777 as gunner under Capt. John Bryant. 

Mrs. Susan Caroline How Collier. 9267 

Born in Maine. 
Widow of Allen Collier. 



UNKAGK BOOK. Id 



Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Carleton and of Sergt Lem- 
uel Gates. 
Daughter of John How and Susan Gates, his wife. 
See No. 9266. 

Mrs. Carrie Strickland Ankeny, 9268 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Charles Howard Ankeny. 

Descendant of Samuel Craft and of Lieut. Moses Craft, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Strickland and Martha Jane Otis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester Strickland and Mary Craft, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Moses Craft and Hadassa Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Craft and Rebecca Parker, his 
wife. 

Samuel Craft served as selectman and as a minute man. 

Moses Craft was at Bunker Hill and the siege of Boston. 
He turned out with the Newton minute men for the defense of 
Ticonderoga. He died in 1812, aged fifty-eight. 

Also No. 8723. 

Miss Mary Keyt Isham. 9269 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Eleazer Hamlin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asa Brainerd Isham and Mary Hamlin Keyt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alonzo Thrasher Keyt and Susannah Dorcas 
Hamlin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hannibal Gilman Hamlin and Mary Ticknor 
Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Europe Hamlin and Dorcas Stowe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Hamlin and Lydia Bonney, 
his wife. 

Eleazer Hamlin, at the commencement of the war, raised 
a company at Pembroke and in 1776 served as captain in Col. 
John Bailey's regiment of Continental Infantry. 

Also No. 7810. 

Miss Caroline Kendrick. 9270 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Benjamin Kendrick, of Kentucky. 



I02 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John L/udlow Kendrick and Ella Pettit, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Smith Kendrick, U. S. N., and Amanda 
Ludlow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Kendrick and Elizabeth Smith Neal, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Kendrick and Corbin, his 

wife. 

Benjamin Kendrick enlisted from Virginia as a private in 
Capt. John Gillison's company. He died in Bourbon county, 
Ky., in 1830, where he had applied for a pension. 

Miss Isabel Howard Neff. 9271 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Ens. Aaron Scout, of Pennsylvania; Maj. 
William Sterret, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Howard Neff and Lucy Wallace, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Neff, Jr., and Isabella Freeman, his wife; 
Robert Wallace and Jane E. Sterret, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Neff and Rebecca Scout, his wife; Wil- 
liam Sterret and Mary Creighton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Scout and Sarah Scout, his wife. 

Aaron Scout served in the Philadelphia county militia. 

William Sterret served as lieutenant in Smallwood's regi- 
ment when taken prisoner at Long Island. He commanded 
a company in 1776 and in 1777 held the rank of major. 

Mrs. Sarah M, Caswell. 9272 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Cornelius Van Vliet Caswell. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Reynolds, of New York. 

Daughter of Capt. Cornwell Sands Roe and M. Reynolds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Reynolds and Ruth Card, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of David Reynolds, who served in the 
Cornwall Precinct as a minute man and in the commissary de- 
partment at Newburg. 

Mrs. Caroline Younglove Abbott. 9273 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Willard Abbott. 
Descendant of Col. John Younglove and of Capt. Daniel 

Wells, of New York. 



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Daughter of Moses Cowan Younglove and Maria E. Day, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Younglove and Hannah Wells, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Younglove and Martha Ferine, his 
wife; Daniel Wells and Hannah Lathrop, his wife. 

John Younglove served on the Committee of Safety of Al- 
bany county. In his efforts to thwart the organization of 
Vermont under the Hampshire grants, he was severely 
wounded and left for dead in his own house. 

Daniel Wells, 1776, as orderly sergeant, carried despatches 
for Washington when the army retreated at Long Island. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1840, at the age of eighty-six. 

Miss Carrie Gardner Abbott, 9274 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. John Younglove and of Capt. Daniel 
Wells. 

Daughter of Willard Abbott and Caroline Younglove, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Cowan Younglove and M.aria Day, his 
wife. 

See No. 9273. 

Miss Julia Katherine Morgan. 9275 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, Edward Spicer, 
Ens. Christopher Morgan, Sergt. Moses Smith and Corp. 

William Morgan, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Herman Ledyard Morgan and Sarah Hannah Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Youngs Ledyard Morgan and Caroline Thomas, 
his wife; Warren Haley Smith and Lydia Spicer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Ledyard Morgan and Betsey Jones, 
his wife; Moses Smith and Sarah Haley, his wife; Miner Spicer and 
Cynthia Allyn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Morgan and Deborah Led- 
yard, his wife; Moses Smith and Lydia Brown, his wife; Caleb Haley 
and Sarah Burrows, his wife; Edward Spicer and Abigail Allyn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Morgan and Mary Avery, his 
wife; Hubbard Burrows and Sarah Avery, his wife. 

Christopher Morgan, 1776-77, was ensign under Capt. John 
Morgan. He died in 1831, aged eighty-four. 

Also No. 881 1. 



I04 DAUGHTieRS OF TH^ AMERICAN RIEVOLUTION. 

Moses Smith enlisted as a private and was sergeant at the 
battle of Long Island, where he was wounded. 

Also No. 5304. 

William Morgan served several enlistments. He died in 1777. 

Hubbard Burrows, who had commanded a company during 
the war, was slain at Fort Griswold. His son turned over 
the bodies of twenty-seven before he found his father. 

Also Nos. 2716, 3187, 4756, 6240. 

Edward Spicer served at the siege of Boston. 

Mrs. Cora Emily Morgan Gallup. 9276 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Noyes P. Gallup. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, Edward Spicer, 
Ens. Christopher Morgan, Sergt. Moses Smith and Corp. 
William Morgan. 

Daughter of Herman Ledyard Morgan and Sarah Hannah Smith, 
his wife. 

See No. 9275. 

Mrs. Alice Viella Morgan Guenther. 9277 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Will G. Guenther. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, Edward Spicer, 
Ens. Christopher Morgan, Sergt. Moses Smith and Corp. 
William Morgan. 

Daughter of Herman Ledyard Morgan and Sarah Hannah Smith, 
his wife. 

See No. 9275. 

Mrs. Sarah Hannah Smith Morgan. 9278 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Herman Ledyard Morgan. 

Descendant of Edward Spicer, Capt. Hubbard Burrows, 
Moses Smith and Corp. William Morgan. 
Daughter of Warren Haley Smith and Lydia Spicer, his wife. 
See No. 9275. 

Mrs. Helen Beecher McGraw. 9279 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Alexander H. McGraw. 
Descendant of Burr Beecher, of Connecticut. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 105 



Daughter of Samuel Peck Beecher and Caroline Matilda Walker, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marcus Lyman Beecher and Fanny Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Burr Beecher and Ann Eunice Smith, his wife. 

Burr Beecher, 1776, served in Capt. Jonas Prentice's com- 
pany, Col. William Douglas^ regiment, in the battles of Long 
Island, Kip's Bay and White Plains. He died in 1823. 

Mrs. Sarah Wilcox Hitchcock. 9280 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Peter Marshall Hitchcock. 

Dscendant of Capt. Martin Lord and of Deacon Abel Wil- 
cox, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Aaron Wilcox and Eliza Jane Morley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Wilcox and Huldah Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Martin Lord and Concunance Seward, his 
wife; Abel Wilcox and Mary Wilcox, his wife. 

Martin Lord commanded a company in the Seventh militia 
regiment. His tomb at Killingworth, where he died in 182 1, 
gives his service during the Revolution. 

Abel Wilcox, 1779, turned out from Killingworth in Capt. 
Bezelial Bristol's company to repel Tryon's invasion. He 
died in 1807, at the age of seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Matilda Granger Hills, 9281 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James Harvey Hills. 

Descendant of Capt. Oliver Granger, of Connecticut ; Capt. 
Jacob Conkling, of New York. 

Daughter of Oliver Granger and Susanna Conkling, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Granger and Beulah Hanchett, his wife; 
John Conkling and Mary Chambers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Jacob Conkling, who in 1775 was 
commissioned captain of an Ulster county company, and serv- 
ed in the militia through the war. 

Oliver Granger turned out from Suffield at the Lexington 
Alarm and rose to the rank of captain. He died at Sufiiefd, 
in 1817, where he was born in 1747. 



I06 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss Susan Dorrance Gordon. 9282 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of John Campbell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Allen Campbell Gordon and Rosannah Campbell (Stu- 
art), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Winthrop S. Campbell and Susan Gordon Dor- 
rance, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Campbell and Jean Campbell, his wife. 

John Campbell, 1777, enlisted for three years in the First 
regiment that served at Germantown, Valley Forge and Mon- 
mouth. He died in 1840, at the age of eighty-two. 

Miss Ida N. Potts. 9283 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Miles and of Judge Samuel 
Potts, of Pennsylvania ; Capt. Samuel Belknap, of New York ; 
Brig. Gen. Benjamin Tupper, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Potts and Mary F. Nye, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Potts and Harriet Brooke, his wife; 
Horace Nye and Lucinda Belknap, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Potts and Abigail Miles, his wife; 
Samuel Belknap and Mary Goldsmith, his wife; Ichabod Nye and 
Minerva Tupper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Miles; Samuel Belknap and Abi- 
gail Flagg, his wife; Benjamin Tupper and Hulda White, his wife; 
Samuel Potts and Johannes Holland, his wife. 

Samuel Miles was taken prisoner at Long Island, and not 
exchanged until 1778. In 1783 he was appointed Judge of 
the Court of Appeals. He died in 1805. 

Samuel Belknap served at Bunker Hill and White Plains. 

Samuel Potts was a member of the convention that framed 
the State Constitution. He cast cannon for the government 
at his forge, which gave the name to "Valley Forge." 

Benjamin Tupper received the commendation of Washing- 
ton for his successful attack on Castle Island. He served 
under Gates at Saratoga; fought at Monmouth, and held the 
rank of brigadier general at the close of the war. 

Also Nos. 3643, 5566, 8367. 

Mrs. Lucy Sturges Potwin Munson. 9284 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Gilbert Dwight Munson. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 107 

Descendant of Hezekiah Sturges and of Dimon Sturges, of 
Connecticut, 

Daughter of Charles Wolcott Potwin and Sarah Sturges, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Soiomon Sturges and Lucy Hale, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Dimon Sturges and Sarah Perry, his wife. 

Or.- gr.- grand daughter of Hezelciah Sturges and Abigail Dimon, his 
wife. 

Hezekiah Sturges served several enlistments, and his home 
at Fairfield, was burned by the British. He died in 1792. 

Dimon Sturges, 1777, was a soldier in Capt. Eliphalet 
Thorp's company that marched to reinforce the army on the 
Hudson. He died in 1829, aged seventy-five. 

Also Nos. 4402, 6465. 

Miss Ellen Granger Ross. 928^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt, Oliver Granger, of Connecticut; Capt. 
Jacob Conkling, of New York. 
Daughter of Alexander Coffman Ross and Caroline Granger, his 

Granddaughter of Oliver Granger and Susan Conkling, his wife. 
See No. 9281, 

Mrs. Caroline Augusta McConnell Bailey. 9286 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Willis Bailey. 

Descendant of Capt, James McConnell, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Alexander McConnell and Polly Adams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James McConnell and Rebecca McConnell, his 

James McConnell, 1775, commanded a company of Cumber- 
land County Associators, and was with Washington in cross- 
ing the Delaware. His brother John also served as captain. 

Mrs. Helena Louisa Sullivan. 9287 

Bom in Ohio. 
Wife of Alexander Sullivan. 

DesceTidam of Col, Ebenezer Zane, of Virginia, 
Daughter of John Clarke and Rebecca Zane, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Zane and Elizabeth McCullough, his 




I08 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Ebenezer Zane, 1777, was in the defense of Fort Henry 
and commander at Wheeling, when the garrison repulsed 
the British and Indians after a three days siege. The courage 
of his sister, Elizabeth, who ran the gauntlet of the Indians 
to obtain powder, places her among the heroines of the 
Revolution. He was the founder of the town of Zanesville. 

Also No. 7324. 

Mrs. Matilda E, Baumgardner. 9288 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of L. S. Baumgardner, 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Mills, of Conecticut. 

Daughter of David Miller and Martha Pettibone Mills, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Augustus Mills and Martha Pettibone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Mills and Mercy Lawrence, his wife. 

Michael Mills, 1780, was among the Norfolk men in defense 
of West Point. His wife nursed the prisoners taken at Bur- 
goyne's surrender, when they encamped on the green on their 
way to Hartford. He died in 1820, at the age of ninety-two. 

Miss Amanda C Miller. 9289 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Mills. 

Daughter of David Miller and Martha Pettibone Mills, his wife. 

See No. 9288. 

Mrs. Mary Jane Stevenson Knowles. 9290 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Robert R. Knowles. 

Descendant of Maj. John Stevenson and of Samuel Steven- 
son, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James S. Stevenson and Jane Knox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Stevenson and Mary Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stevenson and Jane Gay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Stevenson and — Warwick, his wife. 

John Stevenson, whose wife had been massacred by the 
Indians, served as captain in 1775, and rose to the rank of 
major. He was in Col. George Rogers Clark's expedition 
in the Northwest territory, as was also his son, Samuel, who 
was entitled to land for three years' service, and died in 
Kentucky, in 1826, at the age of eighty. 



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Miss Helen Gaskill Nesbitt. 9291 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Corp. Zadock Nichols, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William B. Nesbitt and Eva Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Nichols, Jr., and Anna Whittaker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Nichols and Clarissa Kinney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zadock Nichols and Calista Danielson, 
his wife. 

Zadock Nichols at the Lexington Alarm, marched from 
Brimfield in Capt. James Sherman's company. He served in 
the Burgoyne campaign and in 1782 was corporal under Capt. 
Joseph Hoar. He died in 1841, at the age of eighty-five. 

Also No. 6105. 

Mrs. Henrietta Arthura Brown, 9292 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Richard Brown. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Chenoweth, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Arthur Chenoweth and Rebecca Reynolds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chenoweth and Hannah Cromwell, his wife. 

John Chenoweth, 1775, enlisted for three years in Capt. 
Richard Davis' company, Pawling's regiment. He was at 
White Plains, was captured at Fort Washington, but soon 
exchanged and fought bravely in the Jerseys and Carolinas. 
He died in 1820, at the age of ninety-two. 

Also Nos. 1723, 4923. 

Mrs. Elizabeth McCartney Stambaugh. 929J 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Jacob Stambaugh. 

Descendant of Ens. James Wilson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George McCartney and Mary Eckman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew McCartney and Elinore Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Wilson and Martha Willock, his wife. 

James Wilson, 1776, served as a private in Capt. John Mc- 

Gowan's company. Col. William Butler's regiment. He was 

at Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, Valley 

Forge and Monmouth. He was a pensioner when he died 

in 1835, at the age of ninety-one. 



TIO DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth McCartney Krauter. 9294 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Charles A. Krauter. 
Descendant of Ens. James Wilson. 

Daughter of Andrew Jackson McCartney and Jane Young, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George McCartney and Mary Eckman, his wife. 
See No. 9293. 

Mrs. Fannie Louise Church McConnell. 929^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John T. McConnell. 
Descendant of Darius Joslen and of Nathaniel Church, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Darius Joslen Church and Electa Merrell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John R. Church and Fannie Joslen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Darius Joslen and Sybil Herrick, his wife: 
Nathaniel Church and Dorcas Nickerson, his wife. 

Darius Joslen, 1775, served as a soldier in Capt. Whiting's 
company. Col. Brewer's regiment, Massachusetts Line. 

Nathaniel Church enlisted as a private and was wounded at 
White Plains, from which he never fully recovered. He was 
a pensioner when he died in 1837, at the age of eighty-one. 

Also No. 895. 

Miss Leone Adele Dutton, 9296 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Nathan Wood, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Wood Dutton and Caroline Matilda Rice, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Mason Dutton and Sally Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Wood and Susannah Dutton, his wife. 

Nathan Wood, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Joseph Butler's com- 
pany, Col. John Nixon's regiment, and was in the battle of 
Long Island. He died in Maine, in 1830. 

Mrs. Rachel McMasters Miller. 9297 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Mortimer C. Miller. 
Descendant of John Hughey, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Thomas McMasters and Margaret A. Markle, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John McMasters and Rachel Hughey, his wife. 



UNE:aGK book. Ill 



Gr. -granddaughter of John Hughey and Elizabeth King, his wife. 

John Hughey, 1775-77, served as a Lancaster county As- 

sociator under Capt. James Morison. He was a pensioner 

when he died in 1837, at the age of eighty-five. 
Also No. 2023. 

Mrs. Christine McKelvy Lazear. 9298 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Jesse T. Lazear. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hays and of John Ralston, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John H. McKelvy and Jane Hays Ralston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hays Ralston and Christiana Lattimer, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Ralston and Isabella Hays, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hays and Jane Walker, his wife. 

John Hays served on the Committee of Correspondence and 
commanded a company of Northampton county militia. He 
was at Trenton, Brandywine, Germantown, Princeton and 
served until peace was declared. 

Also Nos. 5149, 6494. 

John Ralston was a member of the Provincial Congress 
from Northampton county and a delegate to the convention 
that framed tHe State Constitution. 

Also No. 4664. 

Miss Beulah Elfreth Kennard. 9299 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Joseph Hugg and of Jacob Cox, of New 

Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. Joseph Spencer Kennard, D. D., and Nancy Reid 
Jeffers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hugg Kennard, D. D., and Beulah 

Elfrette Cox, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Kennard and Elizabeth Hugg, his 
wife; Jacob Cox and Mary Harding, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandHaughter of Joseph Hugg and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Joseph Hugg, 1775-76, served in the Provincial Congress. 

Jacob Cox was a soldier in the New Jersey Line. 

Also Nos. 4658, 5536. 



112 DAUGHTERS OF TUt AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Imogen Brashear Oakley. 9300 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John M. Oakley. 

Descendant of Thomas Brown and of Bazil Brown, of Mary- 
land. 

Daughter of Basil Brown Brashear and Mary Catharine Whitacre, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otho Brashear and Hannah Colvin, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Rignol Brashear and Elizabeth Brown, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bazil Brown and Elizabeth Brashear, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brown and Ann Brashear, his 
wife. 

Thomas Brown served in the militia of Prince George. 

Bazil Brown was granted land for his service as private in 
the Third Regiment. He died at Brownsville in 1807. 

Mrs. Sarah Jane Bingham. 9301 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of George Bingham. 

Descendant of Capt. John Steel, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of James Mitchell and Catharine Nigh, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Mitchell and Mary Steel, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Steel and Margaret Hutchinson, his 
wife. 

John Steel, who was born in Ireland, was a Presb3rterian 
clergyman at Carlisle when war was declared. He was a 
patriot of experience, gave valuable counsel at conventions 
and was captain of Cumberland County Associators. He 
died in 1779, in the darkest hours of the Revolution. 

Also No. 8010. 

Miss Pauletta Guffey. 9302 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Edward Cook, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Guffey and Barbaretta Hough, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Paul Hough and Martha Crawford Cook, his wife- 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Crawford Cook and Mary Bell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Cook and Martha Crawford, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 113 



Edward Cook served as justice of the peace of Westmore- 
land county and was a member of the convention to frame the 
State Constitution. He was county Ueutenant of miUtia and 
commanded a battalion of Rangers for frontier defense. He 
died in 1808, at the age of seventy. 

Also No. 7322. 

Mrs. Carrie Bingham Bache. 9303 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Wallace P. Bache. 
Descendant of Capt. John Steele. 

Daughter of George Bingham and Sarah Jane Mitchell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Mitchell and Catharine Nigh, his wife. 
See No. 9301. 

Mrs. Anna R. Ingraham Marsh. 9304 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Joseph W. Marsh. 

Descendant of Capt. John Guthrie, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Burns Ingraham and Sarah Guthrie, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Guthrie and Sarah Fielding, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Guthrie and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

John Guthrie was badly wounded at Trenton and suffered 
great hardship at Valley Forge. In 1778 he was captain 
under Col. Daniel Broadhead and served through the war. 

Also Nos. 614, 989, 2068, 3064, 6886. 

Mrs. Ella Boyce Kirk. 930^ 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of David Kirk. 

Descendant of Bickford Dyer, of Maine. 

Daughter of Merrick Boyce and Ruth Hodgdon Dyer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bickford Dyer and Dorothy Blake, his wife. 

Bickford Dyer, 1775, was a private in Capt. Hart Williams' 
company, Col. Edmund Phinney's regiment, and 1776 served 
at Fort George and Ticonderoga. In 1778 he enlisted from 
Gorham for three years, under Capt. George Smith and Col. 
Joseph Vose. He died in 1828, aged seventy-six. 

Mrs. Louisa Jannette Hills Herron. 9306 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William A. Herron. 
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114 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Hills and of Hon. Phillips 

White, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Dr. Rufus Hills and Sallie White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Hills and Anna Hills, his wife; Richard 
White and Sallie Stewart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phillips White and Ruth Brown, his wife. 

Stephen Hills turned out for the defense of Boston, served 
in the Burgoyne campaign and witnessed the surrender. He 
died in 1831, at the age of eighty-five. 

Phillips White was a member of the Provincial Congress 
which adopted the State Constitution, a member of the Legis- 
lature and speaker of the House. He was judge of Probate 
of Rockingham county during the war. 

Mrs. Clara Chamberlin McLean. 9307 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Charles B. McLean. 

Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin, John Crosby and Wil- 
liam Ingersoll, of Masachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Kendrick Chamberlin and Clementine Curier 
Crosby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline Inger- 
soll, his wife; Ephraim Kirby Chamberlin and Susan Pennock Clark, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Ingersoll and Polly Perry, his wife; 
Jacob Chamberlain and Sarah Harris, his wife; Abijah Crosby and 
Caty Olds, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Ingersoll and Polly Barlow, his 
wife; Samuel Chamberlin and Margaret BuUard, his wife; John 
Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia Ingersoll, 
his wife. 

John Crosby, 1776, was a soldier under Capt. Isaiah Higgins. 

Samuel Chamberlin enlisted for three years from Berkshire 
county and served in Capt. Enos Stone's company. Brewer's 
regiment, at Valley Forge. 

William Ingersoll, 1777, served on the Committee of Safety 

of Lee and lived to the advanced age of ninety-two. 
Also Nos. 2870, 7013. 

Mrs. Sarah Smith Whelen. 9308 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Dr. Alfred Whelen. 



UNCAGE BOOK. 115 



Descendant of Rev. William Smith, Capt. Jacob Rudolph 

and Michael Hillegas, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Duncan Smith and Sarah Wurts Barnes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Randolph Smith and Eliza Anthony, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Moore Smith and Ann Rudolph, his 
wife; Joseph Anthony and Henrietta Hillegas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Rudolph and Ann Yocum, his wife; 
'Michael Hillegas and Henrietta Sonde, his wife; and of William Smith. 

William Smith, a native of Scotland, was a patriot preacher 
during the Revolution and a delegate to important conven- 
tions. He was founder of the Philosophical Society and a 
member of the Committee of Safety. He died at Philadelphia 
in 1803, at the age of seventy-six. 

Jacob Rudolph commanded a company of Chester county 
yeomen at Brandywine and in the retreat was taken prisoner. 
When exchanged he served on a board to collect necessities 
for the army, from the disloyal in the county. 

Also No. 2934. 

Michael Hillegas, 1774, was treasurer of the Philadelphia 
Committee of Safety of which Dr. Franklin was president. 
He was appointed by the Continental Congress first Treas- 
urer of the United States, which office he held for fourteen 
years. He died in 1804, aged seventy-five. 

Miss Marian White Little. 9309 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Stephen William Johnson, of Connecticut, 

Daughter of William Little and Atitoinette White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. White and Hannah Johnson Putnam, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Putnam and Esther Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen William Johnson and Martha 
Smith, his wife. 

Stephen William Johnson, 1773, was among the "Mohawk 
Indians" who threw the tea overboard in Boston Harbor. He 
enlisted in Capt. Samuel Keeler's company, Bradley's bat- 
talion, and was taken prisoner at Fort Washington, Nov. 16, 
1776. He died at Albany, N. Y., 1834, aged eighty-five. 



Il6 DAUGHTE:rS of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Antoinette White Little. 9310 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Little. 

Descendant of Stephen William Johnson. 
Daughter of John G. White and Hannah Johnson Putnam, his wife. 
See No. 9309. 

Mrs. Florence Paul Patton. 93 n 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. Lee Patton. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Lindsley, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of E^dwin Bettle Paul and Rebecca Norris Coates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Coates and Anna Stiles Keen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Este Keen and Mary Ann Stiles, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Stiles and Nancy Lindsley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Lindsley and Anne Lums, his 
wife. 

Joseph Lindsley was an officer in the militia that responded 
to all alarms, when the State was menanced from within by 
Tories and the invasions of the British were frequent. He 
was in the battles of Monmouth and Springfield. His powder 
works at Morristown furnished powder to the army. He died 
in 1822, at the age of eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 5169, 7321, 8025. 

Mrs. Lydia Roberts Semple. 9312 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Matthew Semple. 

Descendant of Col. Isaac Warner and of Lieut. Col. Alger- 
non Roberts, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Nathan Tyson Clapp and Sarah Roberts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Roberts and Sarah Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Algernon Roberts and Tacy Warner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Warner and Lydia Coulton, his wife. 

Isaac Warner served in the Provincial Assembly and was 
colonel of the Seventh Battalion. He was expelled from the 
Society of Friends for bearing arms. 

Algernon Roberts, 1777, served as lieutenant colonel and in 
1780 was commissioner for procuring supplies for the army. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley Smith. 9313 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Poultney Smith, Jr. 

Descendant of Dr. John White, of New York. 

Daughter of John Haseltine and Elizabeth Shinn (Stanley), his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Shinn and Mary White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John White and Elizabeth Stanley, his wife. 

John White, 1777, at the age of seventeen was appointed 
surgeon's mate and in 1779 served on the privateer "Morning 
Star." While on the "Rising Sun" he was captured in 1780 
and carried to Charleston. He died at Philadelphia in 1838. 

Miss Janet Taylor MacFarlan. 9314 

Born in South Carolnia. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Gamble, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Allan Macfarlan and Julia Gamble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Grattan Gamble and Nancy Peyton Greenup, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Gamble and Catharine Grattan, his 
wife. 

Robert Gamble, 1776, entered the service as lieutenant, was 
promoted to captain in 1778 and led his company at the storm- 
ing of Stony Point. He served to the close of the war and 
was a member of the Cincinnati. He died in 1810. 

Also Nos. 2647, 3910. 

Miss Evelyn Lewis Stull. 9?ij 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of John Adam Stull and of Samuel Nightlinger, 

of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Adam Atbuckle Stull and Emily Pauline Yearsley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Stull and Rebecca Delaney, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Stull and Elizabeth Nightlinger, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Adam Stull and Elizabeth Stoll, his 
wife; Samuel Nightlinger and Elizabeth Schenck, his wife. 

John Adam Stull enlisted in 1776 and served until the Ger- 
man regiment was disbanded in 1781. He died in 1821. 

Samuel Nightlinger, 1777, served as a drummer in Capt. 
Abraham George Claypoole's company. 



Il8 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Quincy Allen Dixon. 9316 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of George Dallas Dixon. 

Descendant of Col. Jabez Hatch, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Henry Allen, LL. D., and Mary Frances 
Quincy, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Quincy and Mary Hatch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Hatch and Christiana Spear, his wife. 
See No. 9082. 

Mrs. Mary Massey Thomas. 9317 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Charles Wilson Thomas. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Estell, of New Jersey; Jacob 

Myers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Massey and Rachel B. Malcomson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Massey and Elizabeth Estell, his wife; 
Joseph Malcomson and Mary M. Myers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Estell and Elizabeth Risley, his wife; 
Jacob Myers and Mary Wunder, his wife. 

Joseph Estell, 1777, commanded a company of Gloucester 
county militia in the Jersey battles and served to the close of 
the war. He died in 1792, aged forty-two. 

Jacob Myers, 1776, enlisted under Capt. John Nice and when 
unfitted for active duty by privations at Valley Forge he 
joined the invalid regiment of disabled men. 

Also No. 3247. 

Mrs. Mary Cryder Beach Ayres. 9318 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of John Chambers Ayres. 
Descendant of Samuel Sturdevant and of Sergt. Ebenezer 

Skinner, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George W. Beach and Susan G. Sturdevant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sturdevant and Sarah Fassett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sturdevant and Elizabeth Skinner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sturdevant and Ruth Nicholson; 
and of Ebenezer Skinner. 

Samuel Sturdevant, 1775, was a private in Capt. Noble Bene- 
dict's company and 1777 he served at Danbury. He died in 
1828, at the age of eighty-eight. 



UN^AG]^ BOOK. 119 



Ebenezer Skinner enlisted in a Wyoming Valley regiment. 
He was at Millstone, Boundbrook, Brandywine, Germantown. 
Also No. 2087. 

Mrs. Mary Lovell Minnich. 9^19 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of M. Reed Minnich. 

Descendant of Capt. Arthur Fenner, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Emer Smith Lovell and Mary Cook Le Valley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Le Valley and Emeline Borden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Le Valley and Alice Fenner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grand^aughter of Arthur Fenner and Rachel Westcott, his 
wife. 

Arthur Fenner served at the siege of Quebec and 1776 com- 
manded a company in Lippett's regiment at Trenton and 
Princeton. He was a pensioner when he died at eighty-seven. 

Also No. 6630. 

Mrs. Caroline Peterson Mahon Denison. 9320 

Born in Delaware. 

Wife of Harvey S. Denison. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Cloak and Judge John Cook, 
of Delaware ; Capt. James Tomlinson and Samuel Tomlinson, 
of New Jersey; Col. George Pfeiflfer, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Ledon Mahon, M. D., and Emily Frances 
Cloak, his wife. 

See No. 921 1. 

Mrs. Jane Hibbard Logan. 9321 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John P. Logan. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Williamson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Walter Hibbard and Susanna Yarnall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hibbard and Jane Williamson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Williamson and Elizabeth Bulkley, his 
wife. 

John Williamson was lieutenant under Col. Anthony Wayne 
in the Fourth Battalion, and 1776 was appointed bateaux- 
master by Gen. Horatio Gates. He later commanded a com- 
pany of Chester county militia. He died in 1794. 



I20 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs, Emma Varian Whitney. 9522 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of W. Beaumont Whitney. 

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Jones, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Edward Varian and Margaretta Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jones and Elizabeth Graham, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Jones and Margaret Davis, his wife. 

Jonathan Jones commanded a company and was promoted 
for service in the Canadian campaign. He rose to the rank 
of colonel, was a member of the General Assembly, but died 
near the close of the war from exposure in the field. 

Also Nos. 594, 1936, 2337, 405b, 7326. 

Miss Elizabeth Helffenstein. 9323 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Harman Stout, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Abraham Helffenstein, M. D., and Elizabeth Vaughan, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Vaughan and Anna Maria Stout, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Harman Stout and Anna Hall, his wife. 

Harmon Stout, 1776, accompanied Capt. Alexander Gray- 
don when President Hancock sent specie north for promoting 
the operations in Canada. The escort passed through Prince- 
ton, New York, Albany and reached Gen. Schuyler in safety. 
He commanded a company at Paoli and served until 1780. 

Mrs. Marie Stewart Coryell. 9324 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Bingham Coryell. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Stewart and of Maj. Robert 
Traill, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Clement Stewart and Harriet Heist Drinkhouse, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Stewart and Elizabeth Green, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Stewart and Rachel Farmer Dewees, 
his wife; Benjamin Green and Elizabeth Traill, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Traill and Elizabeth Grotz, his 
wife. 

Robert Traill served as a member and clerk on the Com- 
mittee of Observation of Northampton county. In 1777 ^^ 
was elected major of the Fifth Battalion. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 121 



Thomas Stewart, 1775, entered the service as a private 
and in 1780 was Heutenant of Bucks County Associators. He 
died in New Jersey in 1836, at the age of eighty-four. 

Also No. 8592. 

Mrs. Susan Kunkel Porter. 9525 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rev. Thomas C. Porter, D. D., LL. D. 

Descendant of Christian Kunkel, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Kunkel and Katharine Ziegler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christian Kunkel and Katharine Hayes, his wife. 

Christian Kunkel,a native of Germany, served in Col. Henry 
Slagle's regiment of Associators and 1777 was in active ser- 
vice. He died at Harrisburg in 1823, aged sixty-six. 

Mrs. Carrie Frances Hawley Sherrerd. 9326 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Maxwell Sherrerd. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Tice, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Curtis Rice Hawley and Julia Chauncey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ransom Hawley and Margaret Tice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Tice and Ann Kearney, his wife. 

Jacob Tice, 1775, served under Capt. Thomas Hunn, Col. 
Nathaniel Scudder's regiment, and in 1778 was lieutenant in 
Capt. John Schenck's company. He was in the battles of 
Long Island and Monmouth and during his long service re- 
ceived several wounds. He died in 1805. 

Miss Carrie Arndt Drake Rice. 9527 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Jacob Arndt, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Samuel Drake and Sarah Arndt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jacob Arndt and Sarah Stuart, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Arndt and Anne Hahn, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Arndt and Elizabeth Geiger, his 
wife. 

Jacob Arndt, a native of Germany, who had fought in the 
French and Indian wars, was a member of the Constitutional 
Convention and of the Assembly. He served as commission- 
er of Excise, member of the Council ?of Censors and justice 
for Northampton county. He died iii 1805, aged eighty. 

Also No. 81 10. 



i 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mildred Stone Conway March, 9528 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Francis Andrew March. 
Descendant of Hon. Thomas Stone, of Maryland; Capt. 

Valentine Peyton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Walker Peyton Conway and Margaret Eleanor Daniel, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Moncure Daniel, M. D., U. S. A., and Mar- 
garet Eleanor Stone, his wife; John Moncure Conway and Katherine 
Storke Peyton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Stone and Margaret Brown, his wife; 
Dr. Valentine Peyton and Mary Butler Washington, his wife. 

Thomas Stone, the signer of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence, died at the age of forty-four and is buried at Havre de 
Venture. His epitaph reads, "He was an able and faithful 
lawyer, a wise and virtuous patriot, an honest and good man." 

Valentine Peyton served as surgeon in the Continental Line 
and as captain of the Third Virginia Regiment. 

Also Nos. 225, 4078. 

Miss Marion Dale Marx. 9^29 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Naphtali Byram, Ichabod Baldwin and Isaac 
Dodd, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William S. Marx and Josephine W. Baldwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb D. Baldwin and Susan M. Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Loami Moore and Huldah Byram, his wife; 
Ichabod Baldwin and Joanna Dodd, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Naphtali Byram and Amy Hedges, his 
wife; Isaac Dodd and Jemima Williams, his wife. 

Naphtali Byram was a private in Morris county militia. He 
died at Morristown in 1812, at the age of sixty-three. 

Also No. 8598. 

Ichabod Baldwin and Isaac Dodd served in the Essex coun- 
ty minute men during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Denman Sharples. 9350 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Walter Morgan Sharpies. 
Descendant of Francis Worley, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of John L. Kates and Elizabeth Denman Worley, his wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 123 



Granddaughter of Francis Worley and Phebe S. Denman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Worley and Ruth Collins, his wife. 

Francis Worley served as a soldier in Capt. Simon Copen- 
hoffer's company, York county militia, cammanded by Col. 
William RanEn. He died at York in 1786. 

Mrs. Ellen Ashton Wyeth. 9331 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Parker C. Wyeth. 

Descendant of Dr. Gustavus Brown Horner, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert L. Horner and Ellen Ashton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Brent Horner and Mary Blair Little, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gustavus Brown Horner and Francis Harri- 
son Scott, his wife. 

Gustavus Brown Horner, 1776, enlisted as a soldier in the 
Continental Line and in 1778 at the age of seventeen he was 
appointed surgeon's mate. He had been dead ten years when 
Lafayette, in 1825, enquired for the young man who sat by 
him through the night when he was wounded at Brandywine. 

Also No. 3406. 

Mrs. Agnes Keyes Kelker. 9332 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Luther K. Kelker. 

Descendant of George Messersmith, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Hopper Pearsol and Cecelia Ober, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Ober and Margaret Messersmith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Messersmith and Elizabeth Hoflfman^ 
his wife. 

George Messersmith, 1776, was a member of Capt. Jasper 
Yeates' company, Col. Mathias Slough's battalion, of Lancas- 
ter Associators, for service in the Jerseys. He died at Lan- 
caster in 181 1, where he was born in 1750. 

Mrs. Margaretta Cameron Haldeman. 95 jj 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of Richard Jacobs Haldeman. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Rupley, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Hon. Simon Cameron and Margaretta Brua, his wife. 



124 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Peter Brua and Catharine Rupley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Rupley and Mary Rupley, his wife. 

Jacob Rupley, who was born in Germany, served as lieu- 
tenant in 1780 in the Seventh Company, commanded by Capt. 
John Carothers, Cumberland county militia. He died in 
Cumberland county in 1793. 

Mrs. Julia M. Biddle Huntington. 9334 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles Stuart Huntington. 

Descendant of Rev. EHhu Spencer, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William M. Biddle and Julia Montgomery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William M. Biddle and Lydia Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Spencer and Joanna Eatton, his wife. 

Elihu Spencer, who had been a Presbyterian missionary to 
the Six Nations, was sent in 1775 by the Presbytery, to unite 
the people of North Carolina in the cause of Independence. 
In 1777 he served as chaplain in the Continental Army. He 
died at Trenton in 1794, at the age of seventy-three. 

Also Nos. 591, 871, 2909, 3096, 7170, 8795. 

Miss Martha Adelia Maffet. 9335 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of William Ross and of Capt. John Kessler, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Ross Maffet and Martha Washington Adelia 
West, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. George Gustavus West and Martha Kessler, 
his wife; Samuel Maffet and Caroline Ann Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Kessler and Martha Berrill Shriver, his 
wife; William Ross and Elizabeth Sterling, his wife. 

John Kessler, at the age of eighteen, enlisted under Capt. 
John Barry and in 1781 served as midshipman on the "Alli- 
ance" that carried Thomas Paine and Col. Laurens on a spe- 
cial mission to France. He was wounded on the return voy- 
age in a desperate combat with the British, when eleven were 
killed and Barry was severely wounded. After being re- 
paired, the "Alliance" sailed with Lafayette on board and 
returned with despatches to Congress, capturing valuable 
prizes during the voyage. He died in 1840. 

Also Nos. 1066, 6936. 

William Ross served as a scout in the Wyoming forces. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 125 



Mrs. Leah J. Dale Fassett. 9356 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Col. L. H. Fassett. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dale and of Samuel Futhey, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel Futhey Dale and Eliza McClelland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Futhey Dale and Eliza Gundaker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dale and Ann Futhey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Futhey and Ruth Steele, his wife. 

Samuel Dale served in the Assembly, in the Supreme Coun- 
cils and as captain of the Fourth Company during the war. 
He died in Union county in 1804, at the age of sixty-nine. 

Samuel Futhey was appointed by the Executive Council to 
purchase supplies and provide for families of Associators. 

Also Nos. 648, 1047, 3362, 5157, 6758, 8614. 

Mrs. Anna M. Dale Alexander. 9537 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Thomas Alexander. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dale and of Samuel Futhey. 
Daughter of Samuel Futhey Dale and Eliza McClelland, his wife. 
See No. 9336. 

Mrs. Margaret K. Kerfoot. 953a 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles A. Kerfoot. 

Descendant of Martin Eordan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Arthur Armstrong and Harriet G. Wentz, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Wentz and Catherine Eordan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Martin Eordan and Elizabeth Huflfnagle, hi& 
wife. 

Martin Eordan, 1776, at the age of fifteen, enlisted in the 
Flying Camp as a private in Capt. Franciscus' company and 
was taken prisoner while in service. He acted as guard at 
the Lancaster Barracks and died in 1812. 

Also No. 8997. 

Miss Grace Woods. 9339 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. David Watson, of Pennsylvania. 



126 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John N. Woods and Susan Eckert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Scott Woods and Caroline Cooper, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cooper and Mary Watson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of David Watson and Jane Douglas Hamil- 
ton, his wife. 

David Watson was appointed by the Council of Safety to 
collect supplies for the army from the disloyal residents of 
Lancaster county. He died in 1805, aged seventy-three. 

Also Nos. 233, 1 132. 

Mrs. Emily Parsons Holmes. 9340 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Col. Joseph W. Holmes. 

Descendant of Sergt. Aaron Parsons and of Sergt. Aaron 
Parsons, Jr., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Aaron Parsons and Emily Stow, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Aaron Parsons , Jr., and Rachel Preston, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Parsons and Eunice Warriner, his wife. 

Aaron Parsons was sergeant in Capt. Gideon Burt's com- 
pany, Col. Timothy Danielson's regiment, at the siege of 
Boston, and was in the battle of Long Island. He died in 
1790, at the age of fifty-four. 

Aaron Parsons, Jr., 1780, served in the Artificers, where he 
was wounded and disabled from further duty. 

Mrs. Anna E Salisbury Smith. 9341 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James W. Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezekiel Humphrey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Abram Salisbury and Elmena Humphrey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Romanta Humphrey and Huldah Woodford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Frederick Humphrey and Ruth Fuller, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Humphrey and Elizabeth Petti- 
bone, his wife. 

Ezekiel Humphrey, 1777, was representative to the Gen- 
eral Assembly from Simsbury. He died at Canton in 1795, 
at the age of seventy-six. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 12 / 



Miss Anna Essex. 9542 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Wilbur and of Lieut. Pardon 
Burlingame, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Andrew Essex and Sarah Burlingame, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Burlingame and Waite Wilbur, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wilbur and Hill, his wife; Par- 
don Burlingame and Patience Edmunds, his wife. 

Pardon Burlingame enlisted as sergeant at the age of nine- 
teen and rose to the rank of lieutenant. He served at the siege 
of Boston and in Sullivan's campaign. 

Also Nos. 1 150, 3244. 

Samuel Wilbur, 1775-82, commanded a company of Coast 
Guards, and as his force was small he was often obliged to re- 
sort to strategy to prevent the landing of the British. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1836, aged ninety-six. 

Miss Harriet Carter. 9543 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Gov. James Sullivan, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaiah Carter and Catherine Sullivan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Sullivan and Harriet Charlock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Sullivan and Elizabeth Mosher, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Sullivan and Mehetable Odiorne, 
his wife. 

James Sullivan, who suffered from a fractured limb, was 
deputy to the Provincial Congress in 1775, from which he re- 
ceived their thanks for a successful mission to Ticonderoga. 
He served from 1776-82 as Judge of the Superior Court. 

Also Nos. 4323, 5805, 7195. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Helffenstein. 9544 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Harmon Stout, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of John Vaughan and Anna Maria Stout, his wife. 
See No. 9323. 

Miss Edith Palmer Smith. 9M? 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Corp. Thomas Smith, of Connecticut ; Lieut. 
Jonathan Dean, of Rhode Island. 



128 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of George Thomas Smith and Louise Palmer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Smith and Mary Dean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deodati Smith and Mary Alworth, his wife; 
Jeffery Dean and Sybil Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smith and Mary Green, his wife; 
Jonathan Dean and Mary Davis, his wife. 

Thomas Smith, 1779, was a private in Capt. Phineas Brad- 
ley's company and 1781 corporal under Capt. William Van 
Deusen in the State Guards. 

Jonathan Dean served as a lieutenant and was a pensioner. 

Miss Mary A. Ingham. 9346 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Jesse Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Farmer Ingham and Lucy Vernet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Vernet and Ann Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Brown and Anne Rudd, his wife. 

Jesse Brown served as post-rider and confidential messen- 
ger for the Governor and the Council of Safety, to the Con- 
tinental Congress and the Commander-in-Chief. 

Mrs. Eleanor Rapp Guilbert. 9347 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas M. Guilbert. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Philips, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Eastburn Rapp and Rachel Ann Philips, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Evans Philips and Eleanor Beitler Lewis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Owen Philips and Rachel Evans, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Philips and Sarah Thomas, his 
wife. 

Josiah Philips was the youngest of four brothers who served 
during the war. He was a Chester county Associator and 
acted as scout when the army was at Valley Forge. 

Also Nos. 474, 5154, 861 1. 

Mrs. Mary Farnsworth Kreamer. 9348 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frederick Kreamer. 
Descendant of Col. George Smith, of Pennsylvania. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 129 



Daughter of John Farnsworth and Effie Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Annie Simpson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Smith and Effie Drake, his wife. 

George Smith, 1777, was appointed sub-lieutenant for Phila- 
delphia county. He served several terms in the Assembly 
during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Lillian Capron Southwick. 9549 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Walter Sumner Southwick. 
Descendant of Joseph Capron and of Timothy Mahony, 

of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Charles Waterman Capron and Sarah Jane Hayward, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Capron and Deborah Angell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Capron and Sally Mahony, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Capron and Sally Arnold, his wife; 
Timothy Mahony and Huldah Estes, his wife. 

Timothy Mahony, who was born in Ireland, in 1743, was a 
private in Capt. William Aldrich's company, Col. Daniel 
Hitchcock's regiment, at the siege of Boston. He died in 1817, 

Joseph Capron served as a soldier and was a pensioner 

when he died in 1843, at the age of ninety-three. 
Also No. 3980. 

Mrs. Flora J. Capron Fish. 95^0 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of W. A. Fish. 

Descendant of Joseph Capron and of Timothy Mahony. 
Daughter of Charles Waterman Capron and Sarah Jane Hayward, 
his wife. 
See No. 9349. 

Mrs, Hannah Willcox Huston. 93 p 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Huston. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Willcox, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Smith and Ruth Lawrence Willcox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Willcox and Hannah Bailey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Williard Willcox and Ruth Lawrence, his 
wife. 



130 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-grandHaughter of Benjamin Willcox and Patience WiUcox, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Willcox, 1776-77, commanded a company that 
turned out at the Rhode Island Alarms under Col. John Dag- 
gett and Col. Nathaniel Freeman. 

Miss Louise Jarvis Cole. 9352 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Reynolds, Jr., of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Luther Cole and Alice Hathaway, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Cole and Elizabeth Reynolds Bradford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bradford and Elizabeth Reynolds, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Reynolds, Jr., and Sarah Cox, his 
wife. 

Joseph Reynolds, Jr., served as lieutenant of Bristol county 
militia during the Revolution. He died at Bristol in 1818, 
where he was born in 1748. 

Miss Alice Bradford Cole, 9353 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Reynolds, Jr. 
Daughter of Luther Cole and Alice Hathaway, his wife. 
See No. 9352. 

Miss Anna Nichols Durfee, 9354 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Col. John Hathaway and of Lieut. Philip 
Hathaway, of Massachusetts; Joseph Durfee, of Rhode 

Island. 

Daughter of Philip Henry Durfee and Jane Eddy Hathaway, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Dean Hathaway and Betsey Tobey Por- 
ter, his wife; Joseph Durfee and Betsey Tobey, his wife; Joseph Durfee 
and Joanna Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Barzillia Hathaway and Priscilla Dean, his 
wife; Joseph Durfee and Polly Hathaway, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hathaway and Alles King, his wife; 
Philip Hathaway and Lucy Valentine, his wife; Joseph Durfee and 
Abigail Borden, his wife. 



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John Hathaway, 1777, commanded a Bristol county regi- 
ment raised to repel the invasion of the enemy. He died at 
Taunton in 1800, at the age of seventy-six. 

Also No. 4432. 

Philip Hathaway served several enlistments under different 
commands and rose to the rank of lieutenant. 

Joseph Durfee fought in the battle of Bunker Hill and died 
soon after from exposure and fatigue. 

Also No. 926. 

Mrs. Caroline Hicks Bowers. 95 ^j 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Lloyd Bowers. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Brownell, Sylvester Brown- 
ell and of Col. Thomas Church, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Samuel Almy and Mary Windsor Comstock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Almy and Mercy Brownell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvest2r Brownell and Mercy Church, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Brownell and Elizabeth Rich- 
mond, his wife; and of Thomas Church. 

Jonathan Brownell, 1775, served in the army of Observa- 
tion and was wounded at Bunker Hill. He died June 11, 
1776, at the age of fifty-seven. 

Sylvester Brownell was with his father at Bunker Hill and 
served also at the battle of Long Island. 

Thomas Church commanded the regiment raised in New- 
port and Bristol counties. His house was burned by the 
British when they landed at Seaconet Point. 

Mrs. Anna C, Wilbur Lee. 9356 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Charles F. Lee. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Wilbur, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Pardon Wilbur and Lydia Luther Hale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Westcott Wilbur and Johanna Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Knight Wilbur and Mary Wilbur, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Wilbur and Martha Westcott, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wilbur and Betsey Wate, his 
wife. 



132 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel Wilbur, 1775, turned out under Capt. Joseph Knight 
and later he commanded the Fifth Company of Scituate. He 
lived to the advanced age of ninety-six and died in 1835. 

Also No. 6636. 

Miss Louise Cameron Wheaton. 9357 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Nathan Miller, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Wheaton and Susan Ellen Cameron, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Wheaton and Abiah Goodwin Turner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Wheaton and Abigail Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Miller and Rebecca Barton, his 
wife. 

Nathan Miller was deputy to the Assembly and gave valua- 
ble service in the commissary. He was a member of the 
Council of War and from 1775-81 brigadier general of militia. 

He died at Warren in 1790, where he was born in 1743. 
Also Nos. 911, 2133, 3844, 4102, 7741, 8178. 

Miss Mary Alice Granger. 9358 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Gove, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Smith Granger and Caroline Richmond Pit- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Granger and Mary Page Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cephas Smith, Jr., and Mary Gove, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gove and Esther Tyler, his wife. 

Nathaniel Gove was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. William Belcher's company. He was lieutenant at the 
battle of Long Island, where he was captured and his long 
imprisonment unfitted him for further service. He died at 
Rutland, Vt., in 1813, at the age of seventy-four. 

Also No. 3664. 

Mrs, Mary M. Preston. 93^9 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Walter L. Preston. 

Descendant of George Martin, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Edwin Hayden and Sarah Martin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Erastus Martin and Lydia Ashley, his wife. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 133 



Gr. -granddaughter of George Martin and Sarah Simmons, his wife. 

George Martin turned out from Windham in Capt. James 
Stedman's company for the relief of Boston. He enlisted for 
three years in 1777 under Capt. Stephen Brown, Col. John 
Durkee's regiment. He died in 1830, aged seventy-seven. 

Also No. 7706. 

Miss Alice Weeden Austin. 9560 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Austin, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of John Austin and Susan Jane Darling, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Austin and Rebecca Austin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Austin and Martha Austin, his wife. 
Ezekiel Austin served several enlistments during the war. 
He was at Bennington and the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Constance A. Pitman Nightingale. 9361 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of William Green Nightingale. 

Descendant of Rev. John Pitman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Pitman and Frances Xavier Carpenter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge John Pitman and Mary Talbot, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Pitman and Rebecca Cox, his wife. 

John Pitman enlisted in Capt. Joseph Cowperthwaite's com- 
pany of volunteers and acted as orderly sergeant on the Hud- 
son. He died in 1822, at the age of seventy-one. 

Also No. 8623. 

Miss Florence Lyman Lane, 9562 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Coe, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Frederick Athearn Lane and Elizabeth Sweet Coe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Adam Simons Coe and Ann Pease, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Coe and Sarah Simons, his wife. 

Benjamin Coe enlisted from Little Compton as ensign and 
in 1781 was promoted to captain. He died at Little Comp- 
ton in 1818, where he was born in 1753. 

Miss Emily Taylor Lane. 9365 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Coe. 



134 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Frederick Athearn Lane and Elizabeth Sweet Coe, his 
wife. 
See No. 9362. 

Mrs. Martha Williams Merrow Washburn. 9564 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John Hosea Washburn. 

Descendant of Capt. Ozias Bissell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Joseph Battell Merrow and Harriet Millard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Chauncey Millard and Fanny Lathrop, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrus Millard and Mabel Bissel, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-grandclaughter of Ozias Bissell and Mabel Roberts, his 
wife. 

Oziah Bissell, during his six years in the army, was in three 
battles and several skirmishes. He was wounded three 
times, twice taken prisoner and confined nearly two years. 
He died in 1822, at the age of ninety-three. 

Also Nos. 2450, 3746. 

Miss Margaret Arnold Robinson. 9365 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel Lyman and of Capt. Lieut. 
Christopher Robinson, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Champlin Robinson and Mary Lyman Arnold, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Hastings Arnold and Sarah Lyman, his 
wife; George Champlin Robinson and Mary Niles Potter, his wife. 

See No. 9257. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Lyman and Mary Wanton, his wife. 

Daniel Lyman, 1775, commanded a company under Col. 
Benedict Arnold. At the capture of Ticonderoga he received 
the sword of the commandant Capt. de la Place, and at White 
Plains a horse was shot under him. He served as adjutant 
general of the Eastern Department and as president of the 
State Society of the Cincinnati. He died in 1830. 
Also Nos. 979, 51 15, 6949, 7589, 8624. 

Miss Ellen A. Jenckes. 9566 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Stephen Brown, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Luke Jenckes and Betsey Ballou, his wife. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 135 



Granddaughter of Abner Ballou and Henrietta Brown, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Brown and Huldah Dexter, his wife. 

Stephen Brown, 1775, at fifteen, joined the North Provi- 
dence, Independent Rangers under Col. Eleazer Jencks. He 
served in Sullivan's expedition and died in 1787. 

Mrs. Amanda Waterman Allen. 9^67 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Daniel Gould Allen. 

Descendant of Capt. William Waterman, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Ray G. Allen and Emma Waterman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Waterman and Phebe Weaver, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Waterman and Phebe Arnold, his 
wife. 

William Waterman served as lieutenant in a Warwick Alarm 
company and as quartermaster. He was a pensioner when 
he died in 1839, at the age of ninety-four. 

Also Nos. 862, 5927, (^Z7' 

Miss Anna Emily West. 9368 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of George Flagg, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Eugene Webster West and Rosa Magdalene Cobia, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Harris West and Anna Matilda Flagg, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George B. Flagg and Mary Dickerson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Flagg and Catharine Ray, his 
wife. 

George Flagg, a native of Boston, was a member of the 
Sons of Liberty of Charleston, and the last survivor of that 
body of patriots. He was transported to St. Augustine in 
1780, where he was confined as a prisoner of war for nearly a 
year. He died in 1824, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs. LiDA Wallace Billmeyer. 9369 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Uriah Deldine Billmeyer. 

Descendant of Corp. Richard Wallace, of Vermont; Piram 
Ripley, of Massachusetts. 



136 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■ — -«• 

Daughter of Edwin William Wallace and Rebecca Elizabeth Fel- 
lows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel D. Wallace and Laura Ripley, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Piram Ripley and Hannah Plum, his wife; 
and of Daniel Wallace. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Wallace and Bethsheba Rich, his 
wife. 

Piram Ripley, at the age of sixteen, enlisted as powder-boy 
on the "Oliver Cromwell" that captured the "Admiral Kep- 
pel," April 13, 1778. He also served on the frigate "Con- 
federacy" and in the Light Infantry. He was a pensioner 
when he died in New York in 1844. 

Richard Wallace acted as scout and served several enlist- 
ments. In 1777 he swam Lake Champlain at night to carry 
important despatches to Lincoln from the commandant at 
Ticonderoga and in an hour the army was moving south. 

Also Nos. 24, 6157, 7258, 8115. 

Mrs. Cecilia Tyler Embrey. 9370 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Hugh H. Embrey. 

Descendant of Col. James Trotter, Col. George Nicholas 
and Hon. Robert Carter Nicholas, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Bailey Tyler and Eliza Nicholas Hawes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Hawes and Gary Ann Trotter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Gabriel Trotter and Elizabeth Ran- 
dolph Nicholas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Nicholas and Mary Smith, his 
wife; James Trotter and Margaret Downey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Carter Nicholas and Anne 
Gary, his wife. 

Robert Carter Nicholas was a member of the last House 
of Burgesses and of the first House of Delegates. He 
served as State treasurer and as chairman of the Convention 
of 1775. He died in 1780, aged fifty-two. 

George Nicholas raised and equipped a company to drive 
out Lord Dunmore and later commanded the Second Regi- 
ment. He died in Kentucky in 1799. 

James Trotter served in the army of Virginia and as a 
pioneer of Kentucky. 

Also Nos. 1583, 3152, 3325* 7471. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 137 



Mrs. Isabel Thomas Glover. 9^71 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Alexander Somers Glover. 

Descendant of Gideon Richmond, of Massachusetts; Tim- 
othy Dawson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lewis D. Thomas and Amelia Richmond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judah Learning Richmond and Julia Meloy, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Richmond and Ruth Leaming, his 
wife; Henry Meloy and Anna Dawson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Richmond and Hannah Richmond, 
his wife; Timothy Dawson and Abigail Winston, his wife. 

Timothy Dawson, 1781, joined Capt. Matthew Smith's com- 
pany, Waterbury's brigade, for sea-coast defense at Horse- 
neck. He died in 1828, at the age of eighty-five. 

Gideon Richmond, 1778, enlisted as a soldier under Capt. 
Joshua Eddy, Col. Gamaliel Bradford's regiment. 

Also No. 7358. 

Mrs. Pauline Castleman Morris. 9372 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Jourdan W. Morris. 

Descendant of Capt. John Somers, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Lazarus G. Castleman and Jane Elizabeth Somers, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Somers and Ann McFarland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Somers and Catherine Arden, his wife. 

John Somers, who was born in England in 1750, served 
during the Revolution in North Carolina, where he died in 
1817. His descendants located land, in Weakley county, 
Tennessee, given for his military services. 

Also No. 8636. 

Mrs. Clara Cordelia Davidson McNees. 9373 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Arthur Russell McNees. 

Descendant of Col. George Davidson and Peter Randle, 
of North Carolina; John Sims, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Quincy Davidson and Cordelia King, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George W. Davidson and Mary Randle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Davidson and Barzilla Atkins, his 
wife; Peter Randle and Molsie Sims, his wife. 



138 DAUGHTE^RS Ol? THE^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of John Sims and Pierce Lightfoot, 

his wife. 

George Davidson was a delegate from Anson county to the 
Provincial Congress in 1775 and captain of the first company, 
Saulsbery District, under Col. James Moore. 

Also Nos. 4928, 5058. 

Peter Randle took such an aggressive part against the 
Tories that a price was set upon his head. 

John Sims was a member of the House of Delegates and 
was captured by Tarleton in 1781, when he invaded Virginia. 

Miss Arabella Fielder Armstrong. 9374 

Born in Canada. 

Descendant of Dr. Thomas Walker, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Richard Fielder Armstrong and Arabella Lewis 
Hornsby, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Lewis Hornsby and Arabella Jane Brown, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hornsby and Frances Henderson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hornsby and Mildred Walker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Walker and Mildred Thorn- 
ton, his wife. 

Thomas Walker was an early explorer of Kentucky and a 
member of the last House of Burgesses. He served as com- 
missioner in 1777 to treat with the Indians and 1778 was presi- 
dent of the board to determine the boundary lines of Virginia 

and North Carolina. He died in 1794, aged seventy-nine. 
Also Nos. 2635, 3046, 4982, 5515, 6748. 

Miss Mary Lou Reese. 9375^ 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. James Brown, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Judge William Brown Reese and Henrietta Maria 
Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Reese and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Brown and Jane Gillespie, his wife. 

James Brown was commended for bravery at the battle of 
Guilford Court House. He served to the close of the war 
and he and two sons were massacred by the Indians in 1788, 
when emigrating to Tennessee to locate military land. 

Also No. 2610. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 139 



Mrs. Angie Warren Perkins. 9376 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles A. Perkins. 

Descendant of Eleazer Warren, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lysander Warren and Marcia Warren, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dyer Warren and Minerva Warren, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Warren, Jr. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Eleazer Warren, who had 
served in the early wars, was a member, in 1775, of the Gen- 
eral Assembly from Killingly. 

Mrs. Katherine Thompson Kirkman. 9577 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of Van Leer Kirkman. 

Descendant of Harrison Jones, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Caswell Macon Thompson and Sarah Francis Fox, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Thompson and Katherine Ann Jones, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Peyton Jones and Tabitha Whatley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Harrison Jones and Ann Ligon, his wife. 

Harrison Jones served in the Cumberland county militia 
at Guilford Court House, where he lost a leg. He was a 
pensioner when he died in 1841, at the age of eighty-four. 

Also No. 3017. 

Mrs. Eliza Sevier Donald. 9378 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of John P. Donald. 

Descendant of Gov. John Sevier. 

Daughter of Col. George Washington Sevier and Katharine Hath- 
erly Chambers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Sevier and Katharine Sherrill, his wife. 

John Sevier commanded a company at eighteen, was in 
thirty battles, rose to the rank of colonel, and North Carolina 
presented him with a sword for gallantry at King's Moun- 
tain. He was the first Governor of Tennessee and died in 
181 5, at the age of seventy. 

Also Nos. 85, 914, 2212, 5148, 6654, 8276. 



140 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. MiNTA Hall Mitchell, 9379 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of W. B. Mitchell. 

Descendant of Thomas Hall, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. D. H. Hall and Harriet Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Absolom Hall and Nancy Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hall and Nancy Hay, his wife. 

Thomas Hall, 1780, enlisted as a private in Capt. Richard 
Chrismus' company for the defense of Charleston and where 
he was taken prisoner. He died in Knox county, Tenn., in 
1833, ^^ the age of seventy-five. 

Mrs. Madeleine A, Humphreys. 9380 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Alfred Battle Humphreys. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Daniel Smith, of Tennessee; 
Thomas Saunders, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Robert Porter Allison, M. D., and Alethia Saunders, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Saunders and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Smith and Sally Meeky, his wife; 
and of Thomas Saunders. 

Daniel Smith was promoted for bravery at the battle of 
Guilford Court House. He was a pioneer of Tennessee, 
where a county is named for him, and where he died in 1818, 
at the age of seventy-eight. 

Thomas Saunders gave civil service, but his brothers, Wil- 
liam and James, served as officers. 

Also No. 3275. 

Mrs. Annie Duncan Robinson. 9381 

Born in Tennessee. 

Widow of John Douglass Robinson. 

Descendant of Col. Ezekiel Polk and of Capt. James Knox, 
of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Sanford Pickett and Mary Eliza Walker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Walker and Maria Polk, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Polk and Jane Knox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Polk (grandfather of President 
Polk) and Mary Wilson, his wife; and of James Knox. 



I^INEAGE BOOK. 141 



Ezekiel Polk, 1775, led a company of Rangers, under Col. 
William Thompson ; served in the defense of Sullivan's Island 
and was at the battle of Rayborn Creek, July 15, 1776. He 
was a signer of the Mecklenberg Declaration. He died in 
Tennessee in 1824, at the age ol seventy-seven. 

James Knox, who was born in Ireland, commanded a com- 
pany of militia during the Revolution and was a member of 
the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 8508. 

Miss Rebecca H. Chandler. 9382 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Capt. Jesse Zachariah Chandler, of Vermont. 
Daughter of William Henry Chandler and Rebecca Hugg, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Asaph Chandler and Elisibeth Frazier, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Zachariah Chandler and Elisibeth Jef- 
freys, his wife. 

Jesse Zachariah Chandler was killed at the battle of Ben- 
nington while serving as a volunteer in the company of his 
son John. He was seventy and with him was his son Joseph. 

Also No. 1076. 

Mrs. Blanche Finley McElhone. 9383 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Frederick Halsey McElhone. 

Descendant of Maj. Samuel Finley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel Mitchell Finley and Sallie Ann Oliphant, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Knox Finley and Margaret Nevin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Finley and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Samuel Finley, 1776, was lieutenant of Sheppard's Rifle 
company. He rose to the rank of major in the Virginia Cav- 
alry and for three years was a prisoner on Long Island. He 
died in 1829, at the age of seventy-seven. 

Also No. 3943. 

Mrs, Mary McDowell Clark. 9384 

Born in Alabama. 
Wife of Judge William H. Clark. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell and of Samuel Mc- 
Dowell, Jr., of Virginia. 



142 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Joseph McDowell and Anna Bush, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel McDowell, Jr., and Anna Irvine, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung, his 
wife. 

Samuel McDowell, who had fought at Point Pleasant, was 
colonel of Augusta county militia that guarded the mountain 
passes of Virginia. He served in the House of Delegates 
and was a member of the Constitutional Convention. He 
was under Greene in the Southern campaign and fought val- 
iantly at Guilford Court House. In 1782 he was appointed 
judge and died in Kentucky in 1817, at the age of eighty-two. 

Samuel McDowell, Jr., although but a lad, served in Lafay- 
ette's army in the Virginia campaign. 

Also Nos. 645, 867, 5652, 6404, 7629, 8406. 

Mrs. Ruth Chandler Darnell, 938^ 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Samuel P. Darnell. 

Descendant of Capt. Jesse Zachariah Chandler, of Vermont. 
Daughter of William Henry Chandler and Rebecca Hugg, his wife. 
See No. 9382. 

Mrs. Ella Burdett Thompson. 9386 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Theodore Kent Thompson. 

Descendant of Col. William Phillips, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Judge William Jefferson Jones and Elizabeth Gibber- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stanfield Jones and Narcissa Burdett Phillips, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Phillips and Elizabeth Fowke, his 
wife. 

William Phillips commanded a regiment of militia and held 

many important offices of trust of Stafford county. He died 

in 1797, at the age of fifty-three. 

Miss Margaret Mary Jones. 9387 

Born in Texas. 

Descendant of Col. William Phillips. 

Daughter of Judge William Jefferson Jones and Elizabeth Gibber- 
son, his wife- 
See No. 9386. 



lylNEAGlS BOOK. 143 



Mrs. Harriet Patrick Ballinger. 9388 

Born in Alabama. 

Widow of William Pitt Ballinger. 

Descendant of Patrick Jack and of Capt. James Jack, of 
North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Houston Jack and Laura Harrison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Patrick Jack and Harriet Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Jack and Margaret Houston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Jack and Lillis McAdoo, his wife. 

James Jack was bearer of the Mecklenburg Declaration 
of Independence to the Congress at Philadelphia. He com- 
manded a company in the first call for troops and served 
with distinction to the close of the war. He died in 1822, at 
the age of ninety-one. His father was an active patriot and 
when Cornwallis entered Charleston he took the old man 
from his bed, burned the house, and the exposure brought 
the veteran to his grave a few months later. 

Mrs. Lucy Ballinger Mills. 9389 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Andrew Graham Mills. 

Descendant of Patrick Jack and of Capt. James Jack, of 
North Carolina; Capt. William Jennings, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Pitt Ballinger and Harriet Patrick Jack, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Houston Jack and Laura Harrison, his 
wife; Capt. James Ballinger and Olivia Adams, his wife. 

See No. 9388. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Ballinger and Betsey Jennings, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ballinger and Sally Hensley 
Franklin, his wife; William Jennings and Betsey Withers, his wife. 
William Jennings served in the Virginia Line and com- 
manded a company in Col. Elias Edmunds' regiment. 

Also No. 1819. 

Mrs. Laura Ballinger Randall. 9390 

Born in Texas. 
Wife of Edward Randall. 

Descendant of Patrick Jack, Capt. James Jack and Capt. 
William Jennings. 



144 DAUGHTERS O]? THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of William Pitt Ballinger and Harriet Patrick Jack, his 
wife. 
See No. 9388, 9389. 

Miss Lillian Meade Seeligson. 9391 

Born in Texas. 

Descendant of Hon. George Mason, of Virginiai. 

Daughter of George Seeligson and Maria Meade Davenport, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Blackwell Davenport and Marie Meade 
Stith, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Stith and Sarah Barnes Hooe Mason, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Mason and Elizabeth Mary Aim 
Barnes Hooe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Mason (of Gunston Hall), and 
Anne Eibeck, his wife. 

George Mason drafted the "Bill of Rights" and the Consti- 
tution of Virginia, which were unanimously adopted by the 
convention. He was a member of the first House of Dele- 
gates, but declined to serve in the Continental Congress. 
He was an able debater on the liberal side throughout his 
public life and Washington once wrote him, "A gentleman of 
your station owes the care of his health and his life not only 
to himself and his friends, but to his country." 

Also Nos. 44, 1261, 3162. 

Mrs. Clifford Loverin Groce. 9392 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Thomas J. Groce. 

Descendant of John Dent. 

Daughter of William Henry Loverin and Patience Ann Lawson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Henry Lawson and Sarah Richardson 
Dent, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dent and Sarah Richardson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Herbert Dent and Sarah Marshall, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Dent and Ann Elizabeth Herbert, 
his wife. 

John Dent enlisted as a soldier in the Second Regiment 
and died in 1778 of wounds received in service. 



I^INEAG^ BOOK. 145 



Miss Betty Ballinger. 9393 

Born in Texas. 
Descendant of Patrick Jack, Capt. James Jack and Capt. 

William Jennings. 

Daughter of William Pitt Ballinger and Harriet Patrick Jack, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 9388, 9389. 

Mrs. Maria Meade Seeligson. 9394 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of George Seeligson. 

Descendant of Hon. George Mason, of Virginia. 
Daughter of William Blackwell Davenport and Maria Meade Stith, 
his wife. 
See No. 9391. 

Mrs. Mary Caroline Walton. 9395- 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Joseph A. Walton. 

Descendant of Col. John Hutchings, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Ignatius Higgins and Jane Drummond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Spencer Drummond and Hannah Bayley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Bayley and Jane Ramsay, his wife. 

Gr-gr.-granddaughter of John Ramsay and Mary Hutchings, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hutchings and Amy Godfrey, his 
wife. 

John Hutchings was a member of the Sons of Liberty. He 
was wounded and taken prisoner in Princess Anne county 
while serving with the militia. 

Mrs. Eliza Darragh Williams Sharp. 9396 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of William Sharp. 

Descendant of Thomas Newton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Williams and Martha Julia Armistead, his wife: 

Granddaughter of Theodrick Bland Armistead and Martha Tucker 
Newton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Newton and Martha Tucker, his wife. 

Thomas Newton, who had served in the House of Bur- 
gesses, was appointed commissioner of admiralty in 1776. 
10 



146 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

He was a member of the Committee of Safety and mayor of 
Norfolk during the Revolution. He died at Norfolk in 1807, 
where he was born in 1742. 
Also Nos. 1 1 12, 4676, 8190. 

Mrs. Edmonia Fitzhugh Maupin. 9397 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of James F. Maupin. 

Descendant of Hon. Carter Braxton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert W. Tomlin and Hester Van Bibber Braxton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Carter Braxton and Mary G. Sayre, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Braxton and Mary Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Carter Braxton and Elizabeth Corbin, his 
wife. 

Carter Braxton served in the last House of Burgesses and 
was a member of the Committee of Safety when appointed to 
the Continental Congress as the successor to Peyton Ran- 
dolph. He was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 
While a member of the House of Delegates he was a firm 
supporter of religious freedom. He died in 1797. 

Also No. 1790. 

Mrs. Alice Witcher Jordan. 9398 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of M. P. Jordan. 

Descendant of Lieut. John James, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Daniel Patrick Witcher and Martha Ann Millner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Witcher and Fannie James, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John James, who entered the army 
as ensign in 1777 and in 1779 was promoted to lieutenant. 

Mrs. Ella Hart Dula. 9399 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Ralph Dula. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Hart, Jr., and of John Bradford, 
of Kentucky. 
Daughter of David Hart and Lucelia Banks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Hart and Dinah Bradford, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of John Bradford and Eliza James, his wife; and 
of David Hart. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hart, Jr. 

Thomas Hart, Jr., with his brothers David and Nathaniel, 
were given a large tract of land in what is now Hart county, 
Ky., for services of the Hart brothers during the Revolution. 
He died at Lexington in 1808. 

Also No. 7472. 

John Bradford, who was born in Virginia, served as an 
officer during the Revolution. He died in 1830 in Fayette 
county, at the age of eighty-one. 

Miss Ellen Douglass Stuart. 9400 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Maj. Alexander Stuart, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Dabney Stuart and Ann Kent, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Archibald Stuart and Elizabeth Letcher 
Pannill, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Judge Alexander Stuart and Ann Dabney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander Stuart and Mary Moore, his 
wife. 

Alexander Stuart served as major under Col. Samuel Mc- 
Dowell and at the battle of Guilford he commanded the regi- 
ment, as the colonel was disabled by illness. He was wounded 
and left on the field, where he was captured. His sword is 
now in the possession of the family. He died in Rockbridge 
county in 1822, at the age of eighty-nine. 

Also No. HID. 

Mrs. Annie L. Morriss Davis. 9401 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Col. Thomas Gordon Davis. 

Descendant of Henry Morriss, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Christopher Staats Morriss and Nancy Harwood Lewis 
Thruston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Morriss and Christiana Holm Meredith, 
his wife. 

Henry Morriss, 1781, was assistant quartermaster under 
Lafayette and rendered most efficient service when Corn- 
wallis was over-running . Virginia. He received a drinking 
cup from the Marquis as a token of his friendship. 



148 DAUGHTERS OF THIS AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss S. Ellen Wattles. 9402 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Capt. William Wattles, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Starr Wattles and Caroline Claggett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Wattles and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wattles and Mary Seabury Starr, 
his wife. 

William Wattles commanded the privateers "Phoenix," 

"Nancy,'' "Cornet" and "Young Cromwell." In his many 

perilous voyages he was twice captured, but he served to the 

close of the war. He died at Norwich in 1787, at the age of 

forty-eight. His son, William Henry, was a private in the 

army, and Robert served in the navy. 
Also No. 4489. 

Mrs. Virginia Piper Curry Henderson. 9403 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of George R. Henderson. 

Descendant of Col. John Piper, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Wilson Curry and Elizabeth Ann Barndollar, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James M. Barndollar and Eliza Piper Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Smith and Elizabeth Piper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Piper and Elizabeth Lusk, his wife. 

John Piper, who was born in Ireland, served in the Bedford 
county Associators. The stone house that he built as a ref- 
uge for the settlers is known as Fort Piper and is still stand- 
ing. He was a member of the Provincial Congress and the 
Supreme Executive Council during the Revolution. He 
died in 1816, at the age of eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 337, 6915. 

Mrs. Champe Pryor Terry. 9404 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Thaddeus McGee Terry. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Bland and of Dr. Thomas 
Walker, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Hamlin Pryor and Margaret H. Walker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Merriwether Lewis Walker and Maria 
Lindsay, his wife; Samuel Pryor and Mary Hamlin, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Richard Pryor and Anne Bland, his wife; 
Thomas Walker and Margaret Hoops, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Bland and Elizabeth Yates, his 
wife; Thomas Walker and Mildred Thornton, his wife. 

See No. 9374. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Bland and Annie Poythress, 
his wife. 

Richard Bland, while a member of the House of Burgesses, 
opposed the Stamp Act and served on the first Committee of 
Safety. He was a delegate to the convention that reported 
the Declaration of Rights and was selected to the Continental 
Congress. When he died in 1776 the Commonwealth lost a 
classical scholar and an able statesman. 

Also Nos. 130, 1518. 

Mrs. Nannie Rose Meem. 9405' 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Gilbert S. Meem. 

Descendant of Col. Hugh Rose, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Hugh Alfred Garland and Ann Powell Burwell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Spotswood Garland and Lucinda Rose, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Rose and Caroline Matilda Jordan, his 
wife. 

Hugh Rose served as sheriff of Amherst and as county lieu- 
tenant. He opposed Tarleton's raids through Buckingham, 
Bedford and Albemarle counties and served until the sur- 
render at Yorktown. He died in Amherst county in 1797, 
where he was born in 1743. 

Also Nos. 1792, 5729. 

Mrs. Eliza Ferry Leary. 9406 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of John Leary. 

Descendant of Sergt. Kimball Prince. 

Daughter of Elisha Peyre Ferry and Sarah Brown Kellogg, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. David Kellogg and Sarah Prince, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Prince and Isabella Coombs, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Kimball Prince and Deborah Fuller, his 
wife. 

Kimball Prince, who had fought at Louisberg, was ser- 



I50 DAUGHTERS OI^ TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

geant during the Revolution in the Connecticut Line and re- 
ceived a pension for his services. 

Mrs. Elise Campbell Kelleher. 9407 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Daniel Kelleher. 

Descendant of Col. Hugh Rose, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Gilbert S. Meem and Nannie Rose Garland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hugh Alfred Garland and Ann Powell Burwell, 
his wife. 
See No. 9405. 

Mrs. Sally Patteson Strudwick. 9408 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of R. C. Strudwick. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Edmunds, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Owen Lewis and Sally Edmunds Hunt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Hunt and Cora Read Barksdale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Claiborn Barksdale and Sarah Read, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Clement Read and Clarissa Edmunds, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Edmunds and Sarah Eldridge, 
his wife. 

Thomas Edmunds commanded a company to the close of 
the war and was wounded at Brandywine and Eutaw Springs. 
He received a large grant of land for his military services. 

Also No. 874. 

Mrs. Emma Howard Haskell, 9409 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Forbes Phelps Haskell. 

Descendant of Maj. William Eaton, of Maine. 

Daughter of Oliver Foster Howard and Elizabeth Powers Haskell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ignatius Haskell and Sarah Haskell Eaton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Eaton and Hannah Haskell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Eaton and Meribah Wardwell, 
his wife. 

William Eaton, 1776, was appointed by the Massachusetts 
Assembly major ofc the Lincoln county regiment. When 
the British occupied Bagaduce (Castine) in 1779 he aban- 



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doned his home on Deer Isle, fearing he would be forced to 
swear allegiance to the Crown, but his lands were returned to 
him when peace was declared. 
Also No. 6535. 

Mrs. Virginia Fairfax Whiting Faulkner. 9410 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Charles J. Faulkner. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thomas Whiting, of Virginia. 

Daughter of H. C. Whiting and Mary Segar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Kennon Whiting and Anne Wythe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Whiting and Elizabeth Kennon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Whiting and Eliza Whiting, his 
wife. 

Thomas Whiting, 1775, was a member of the convention 

from Gloucester county. From 1776-79 he served on the 

Naval Board of the colony, of which he was president. He 

died in 1781, at the age of sixty-nine. 

Mrs. Louise Christine Mahon Furbee. 941 i 

Born in Delaware. 

Wife of James S. Furbee. 

Descendant of Capt. James Tomlinson and Samuel Tom- 
linson, of New Jersey ; Capt. Ebenezer Cloak and Judge John 
Cook, of Delaware ; Col. George PfeifTer, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Ledon Mahon, M. D., and Emily Frances 
Cloak, his wife. 

See No. 921 1. 

Mrs. Jennie A. Watson Wilder. 9412 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Sedgwick P. Wilder. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Watson, of New York. 

Daughter of Aaron Watson and Esther A. Munger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Watson and Jane Torrence, his wife. 

John Watson, 1776, served as a private in the Flying Camp 
in Capt. George Mc Arthur's company and in 1777 was ser- 
geant under Capt. John Mcllvain, Col. John Andrew's regi- 
ment. He was a pensioner when he died at Bergen in 1839, 
at the age of eighty-four. 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Helen Eliza Hunt. 9413 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Dickinson, Jr., of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Thomas Merrick Hunt and Sarah Mills, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Daniel Hunt and Wealthy Dickinson, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Josiah Dickinson, Jr., and Wealthy Shepherd, 
his wife. 

Josiah Dickinson, Jr., turned out from Northampton as ser- 
geant in Capt. Jonathan Allen's company of minute men in 
response to the Lexington Alarm. He died in 1812, at the 
age of sixty-two. 

Mrs. Fanny Hunt Wright. 9414 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Josiah T. Wright. 
Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Dickinson, Jr. 
Daughter of Thomas Merrick Hunt and Sarah Mills, his wife. 
See No. 9413. 

Miss Melissa Chittenden. 941^ 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jared Chittenden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Washington Chittenden and Melissa J. Gillet, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jared Chittenden and Asena Douglas, his wife. 

Jared Chittenden enlisted in 1775 and was early made ser- 
geant of Lamb's artillery. He served to the capture of Corn- 
wallis and the bounty land granted him is located in New 
York. He was among the officers who addressed the mem- 
orials to Washington and the Governor of Connecticut in 
behalf of the destitute soldiers. He died at Westmoreland, 
New York, in 1828, at the age of seventy-two. 

Mrs. Sarah Cornelia Pease Eldredge. 9416 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of William Millen Eldredge. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hutchins, John Pease, Elisha 
Marshall and Asa Bradley, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of John J. R. Pease and Cornelia Maria Ruger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Thomas J. Ruger and Maria Hutchins, his 
wife; Lorrain Thompson Pease and Sarah Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hutchins and Jerusha Bradley, his 
wife; John Pease and Charity Thompson, his wife; Elisha Marshall 
and Ann Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Bradley and Amy Morris, his wife; 
and of Benjamin Hutchins. 

Benjamin Hutchins, 1776, commanded a company and 1777 
marched to Bennington. He held the rank of lieutenant 
colonel when he resigned in 1781. 

John Pease served under Arnold on Lake Champlain, was 
at Ticonderoga, the battle of Long Island and in the retreat 
from New York. He was a pensioner when he died at Enfield 
in 1843, 2it the age of ninety. 

EHsha Marshall, although a lad, served in the Revolution. 

Asa Bradley enlisted as a sailor and in 1779 he and two 
brothers were captured and another brother was killed in an 
engagement with the enemy. He died of small-pox on board 
a prison ship in New York harbor. 

Mrs. Caroline A. Pease Richardson. 9417 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Hamilton Richardson. 

Descendant of John Pease and of Elisha Marshall. 
Daughter of Lorrain Thompson Pease and Sarah Marshall, his wife. 
See No. 9416. 

Mrs. Cornelia Maria Ruger Pease. 9418 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John J. R. Pease. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hutchins and of Asa Bradley. 
Daughter of Rev. Thomas J. Ruger and Maria Hutchins, his wife. 
See No. 9416. 

Miss S. Louise Hart. 9419 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Levi Potter, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel Hart and Sarah S. Potter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Potter and Lydia Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Potter and Sarah Thompson, his wife. 



154 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Levi Potter, 1775, was a soldier in Capt. William Douglass' 
company in the Northern Department. He served as ma- 
tross during Tryon's invasion of the State. He died at East 
Haven in 1835, where he was born in 1757. 

Mrs. Adelaide Ruger Pease Pierce. 9420 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Charles Edward Pierce. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hutchins, John Pease, Elisha 

Marshall and Asa Bradley. 
Daughter of Jahn J. R. Pease and Cornelia Maria Ruger, his wife. 
See No. 9416. 

Miss Mary Wilton Pease. 9421 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hutchins, John Pease, Elisha 

Marshall and Asa Bradley. 
Daughter of John J. R. Pease and Cornelia Maria Ruger, his wife. 
See N0.9416. 

Mrs. Fanny Emily Hammell. 9422 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William C. Hammell. 

Descendant of Corp. Nathan Cook, of New York; Abial 
Worden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Abial Cook and Martha Rothwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Cook and Martha Worden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abial Worden. 

Nathan Cook, 1776, enUsted for three years. He also 
served in the Levies as corporal in Capt. Abraham Westfall's 
company. Col. Albert Pawling's regiment. He died at Penn 
Yan in 1838, at the age of eighty-two. 

Also No. 8891. 

Abial Worden, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. Peter 
Mills' company. His name is on the pension list of soldiers. 

Mrs. Martha Katharine Wellington. 9423 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles L. Wellington. 
Descendant of Nathan Cook and Abial Worden. 
Daughter of Samuel Fatzinger and Fanny Emily Cook, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abial Cook and Martha Rothwell, his wife. 
See No. 9422. 



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Miss Helen M. Boynton. 9424 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Isaac Boynton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Alonzo L. Boynton and Mary Spaulding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James G. Boynton and Betsy Stearns, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Isaac Boynton, who in 1777 en- 
listed from Hollis for three years, at the age of seventeen, 
in Capt. John House's company, Cilley's regiment. He 
served in the Burgoyne campaign and was at the surrender. 
He suffered at Valley Forge, when the people of Hollis sent 
valuable contributions to the suffering camp. At Monmouth 
this regiment received the approbation of Washington. 

Also No. 8892. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Cutter Williams. 9429 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Widow of Robert A. Williams. 

Descendant of Perez Cook, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry A. Barnes and Theresa Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George D. Woodward and Mary Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughterof Samuel Woodward and Naomi Cook, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Perez Cook, who, I775> 
turned out from Granby for the defense of Boston in Capt. 
Eliakim Smith's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's regiment. 

Mrs, Harriet Bill Dutton. 9426 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Denison Dutton. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gurdon Bill and Emily A. Denison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Fish Denison and Mary Eldredge Avery, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Ebenezer Avery and Mary Eldredge, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Phoebe Denison, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Avery was one of the defenders of Fort Griswold 

when it was assaulted and captured by the British in 1781. 

He was among the killed and is buried in Ledyard Cemetery, 

where one can read of his military valor and patriotic virtue. 
Also Nos. 934, 3854, 4716, 7007. 



156 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Hall Cottrill. 9427 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of William Hutchins Cottrill. 

Descendant of Benjamin Hall, Jonathan Janes and Joseph 
Mosely, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Hall, M. D., and Charlotte Janes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hall and Elizabeth Mosely, his wife; 
Ethan Hubbard and Ruby Janes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Janes and Martha Janes, his wife; 
Joseph Mosely and Sibillah Mosely, his wife. 

Benjamin Hall, 1777-80, turned out at the Rhode Island 
Alarms under Col. Jonathan Holman and CoL Jacob Davis. 

Jonathan Janes, 1775-78, served several enlistments. 

Joseph Mosely was a private in Capt. March Chase's com- 
pany. Col. Jonathan Holman's Worcester county regiment, 
that marched from Sutton to reinforce the army at Saratoga. 

Also No. 8075. 

Mrs. Harriet E. Balding. 9428 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Thomas E. Balding. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Cleveland, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Thaddeus Palmer and Abigail M. Keen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thaddeus Palmer and Martha Tracy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Palmer and Thankful Cleveland, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Cleveland and Joanna Waldo 
Brewster, his wife. 

Josiah Cleveland enlisted in the militia and served as lieu- 
tenant in Col. John Ely's regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Coit Spooner Vance. 9429 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Dr. James W. Vance. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Coit, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Philip Loring Spooner and Lydia Lord Coit, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Roger Coit and Frances Coit, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Coit and Mehitabel Tyler, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Coit and Sarah Spalding, his 
wife. 

Samuel Coit, who had fought in the early wars, gave valua- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 157 



ble civil service during the Revolution. He was Judge of 
the Maratime Court, where he showed fine judgment. He 
died in 1792, at the age of eighty-four. 
Also Nos. 3055, 5464, 7812, 8201. 

Mrs. Julia A. Fairchild Sanford. 9430 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Samuel P. Sanf ord. 

Descendant of David Sherman, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Nathan B. Fairchild and Augusta Sherman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Aaron Sherman and Anna Curtiss, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Sherman and Hannah Judson, his wife. 

David Sherman, a native of Woodbury, served in the com- 
missary department. That branch of the service was an es- 
sential factor to the success of the army in the field during 
the Revolution. He died in 1799, at the age of seventy- eight. 

Also Nos. 5393, 8695. 

Mrs. Hattie Mabel Buckingham. 9431 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel W. Buckingham. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Candee, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Smith Candee Wheeler and Martha Candee Osborn, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ambrose Osborne and Avis Candee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Candee and Mabel Bradley, his wife 

Samuel Candee enlisted from Derby and served at the siege 
of Boston and in the New York campaign. He was sergeant 
under Captain John Riggs during Tryon's invasion and a 
pensioner when he died in 1841, at the age of eighty-eight. 

Also No. 5290. 

Mrs. Ellen Livingston Wetmore. 943^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Theo Russell Wetmore. 

Descendant of Robert Livingston and Mary Lindley Mur- 
ray, of New York. 

Daughter of Anthony Rutgers Livingston and Anna Maria Hoffman, 
his wife. 

See No. 9198. 



158 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Frances Randolph Cross. 94^3 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of George H. Cross. 

Descendant of Maj. Daniel Lyman, of Rhode Island; Gov. 
Benjamin Harrison, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John W. Bartlett and Katherine Wood Randolph, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Sullivan Randolph and Frances Wood 
Fowler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Kidder Randolph and Anne Maria 
Lyman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peyton Randolph and Anne Harrison, his 
wife; Daniel Lyman and Mary Wanton, his wife. 

See No. 9365. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison and Elizabeth 
Bassett, his wife. 

Benjamin Harrison was a member of the last House of Bur- 
gesses and a delegate to the first Continental Congress. He 
was a signer of the Declaration of Independence and twice 
Governor of the Commonwealth. He died in 1791. 

Also Nos. 1555, 2522, 3751, 5115, 6063. 

Mrs. May Fallis Rodgers Lovell, 9434 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Howell Lewis Lovell, Jr. 

Descendant of George FaUis, John Poage, Capt. George 
Poage and Capt. James Allen, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles G. Rodgers and Hattie Fallis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel James Fallis and Ann Poage, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Fallis and Mary James, his wife; 
John Poage and Ann Pogue, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Poage and Ann Allen, his wife; 
and of George Fallis. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Allen and Margaret Anderson, 
his wife; John Poage and Mary Poage, his wife. 

George Fallis was a Quaker and non-combatant, but he was 
a patriot who gave liberally to the cause. 

George Poage, 1781, commanded a company of the Second 
Battalion of militia and his commission is still in the family. 

John Poage, 1778, was appointed sheriff of Augusta county. 

James Allen, who was born in Ireland, fought at Point 
Pleasant under Gen. Andrew Lewis, where his brother Hugh 



UNEAGE BOOK. 159 



was killed in that bloody battle. He died in Augusta county 
in 1810, at the age of ninety-four. 

Mrs. Hattie Fallis Rodgers. 94^9 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Charles G. Rodgers. 

Descendant of George Fallis, John Poage, Capt. George 
Poage and Capt. James Allen. 
Daughter of Daniel James Fallis and Ann Poage, his wife. 
See No. 9434. 

Mrs. Estelle Trego Prinderville, 9436 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles H. Prinderville. 

Descendant of James Langworthy, of Vermont; Sergt. 
Jonathan Massey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Charles Tillyer Trego and Medora Harris, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Smith Harris and Sarah Maria Lang- 
worthy, his wife. 

See No. 9010. 

Mrs. Sallie Cleary Hudson. 9437 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of John Shelley Hudson. 

Descendant of Thomas Wherritt, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William W. Cleary and Anne Crawford Wherritt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Perry Wherritt and Zerelda Morrison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Wherritt and Margaret King, his 
wife. 

Thomas Wherritt enlisted when a boy in Col. John Eager 
Howard's regiment and served to the close of the war. He 
died in Jessamine county, Ky., in 1811. 

Mrs. Lena McClelland Wells. 9438 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Guilford Wiley Wells. 

Descendant of Thomas Watts, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of George Francis McClelland and Marion Watts, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Watts and Caroline Given, his wife. 



l6o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Watts and Stebbens, his wife. 

Thomas Watts was a soldier under Lincoln at the siege of 
Charleston, where he was captured. He suffered with small- 
pox while a prisoner, but when he recovered he escaped by 
swimming the Cooper River, and reached Marion's camp, 
under whom he served until the close of the war. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Trammell Morris. 9439 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of George L. Morris. 

Descendant of William Trammell and of Ebenezer Fain. 

Daughter of L. W. Trammell and Zenobia Trammell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jehu Trammell and Elizabeth Fain, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Fain and Mary Black, his wife; 
and of William Trammell. 

William Trammell enlisted for three years in Capt. Daniel 
Duff's company of South Carolina. He was at the siege of 
Savannah, the battles of King's Mountain and Cowpens. 

Ebenezer Fain, 1776, enlisted at the age of fourteen. In 
1780 he served under Sevier as Light Horseman and was 
wounded at King's Mountain. He died in Georgia in 1842. 

Also Nos. 947, 2212. 

Mrs. Mary Emily Kirk McTaffe. 9440 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of Louis Edward McTaffe. 

Descendant of Richardson Owen, of Alabama. 

Daughter of George Hamilton Kirk and Julia Anne Owen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Owen and Dolly Payne Williams, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richardson Owen and Sarah Duty, his wife. 

Richardson Owen, who was born in Virginia, served dur- 
ing the war as commissioner of Guilford county, N. C. He 
was always a zealous Whig and a firm friend to the cause of 
liberty. He died in 1821, at Tuscaloosa, aged seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Sarah Worcester Deming. 9441 

Born in Vermont. 
Widow of John Deming. 
Descendant of John Fox. 



LINKAGE BOOK. l6l 



Daughter of John Fox and Eleanor B. Fox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Fox and Sarah Worcester, his wife. 

John Fox was a private in the Massachusetts Line and his 

name is found on the rolls of Vermont, where he applied for 

a pension at the age of seventy-eight. 

Mrs, Sallie Huntington Ellis. 9442 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of William Turner Ellis. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Huntington and Sarah Goff, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Huntington and Abigail C. Abel, his wife. 

John Huntington, 1776, was sergeant in the New York 
campaign, under Capt. Jonathan Parker, and in 1777 enlisted 
for three years in Capt. William Richards' company that was 
at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He died at 
Norwich in 181 5, where he was born in 1745. 

Miss Margaret J. Jones. 944j 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Thomas Tarrant, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Elias H. Jones and Margaret J. Moser, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Moser and Elizabeth Tarrant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Tarrant and Mary Flower, his wife. 

Thomas Tarrant, 1782, at the age of eighteen, enlisted as 
seaman on the "Hero," commanded by Capt. Paul Cox, which 
was captured by the "J^pi^^r." He died in 1832. 

Also No. 1663. 

Miss Rejoyce Ballance Collins. 9444 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Sergt. Walter Wooster, Capt. Ira Beebe, of 
Connecticut; Charles Ballance and Corp. Willis Ballance, 
of Virginia. 

Daughter of Holdridge Ozro Collins and Mary Ballance, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ozro Collins and Ann Van Etten, his wife; 
Charles Ballance and Julia Margaret Schuebly, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alura Collins and Jemima Wooster, his wife; 
Willis Ballance and Joyce Green, his wife. 



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l62 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AU^RlCA^sf REVOLUTION. 

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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Wooster and Ursula Beebe, hia 
wife; Charles Ballance and Martha Lampton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ira Beebe and Jemima Hickox, his 
wife. 

Charles Ballance served in the Tenth Regiment in the 
company commanded by Capt. John Syme. He died May 13, 
1777, from wounds received in battle. 

Willis Ballance was corporal under Capt. William Brent 
and Col. Gregory Smith. 

Ira Beebe served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign 
and rose to the rank of captain. 

Walter Wooster, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. Eli 
Leavenworth's company, Col. Return Jonathan Meigs' regi- 
ment. He was wounded at King's Bridge and served at 
Stony Point. He died in 1829, at the age of eighty-four. 

Mrs. Frances Foster McPherson. 9441^ 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Martin John McPherson. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Fenn, of Connecticut; Lieut. 
Timothy Foster and Lemuel Foster, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Gustavus Lemuel Foster and Caroline Rash, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Foster and Abi Fenn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Titus Fenn and Rhoda Andrus, his wife; Lem- 
uel Foster and Dolly Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-grandHaughter of Thomas Fenn and Abi Welton, his wife; 
Timothy Foster and Mary Payson, his wife. 

Thomas Fenn, 1777-79, commanded a company under Lieut. 
Col. Jonathan Baldwin. He served during Tryon's invasion 
and reinforced the army on the North River. He was justice 
of the peace, served many terms in the Legislature and was a 
pensioner when he died in 1818, aged eighty-three. 

Also Nos. 939, 7885, 8520. 

Timothy Foster, who had fought in the early wars, served 
in the Revolution with his twelve sons, Ebenezer, Timothy, 
John, Richard, Samuel (who died on a prison ship), Jonathan, 
Benjamin, Jacob, Aaron, William Joseph and Lemuel. 

Lemuel Foster, who was sixteen when war was declared, 
enlisted as a private. He died in 1824. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 163 



Mrs. Mabel Landell Bartlett, 9446 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Sidney Roland Bartlett. 

Descendant of Maj. Joseph Lindsley, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Isaac Eyre Landell and Mary Ann Stiles Coates, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Coates and Anna Stiles Keen, his wife. 
See No. 931 1. 

Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth McCarty. 9447 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Adelbert D. McCarty. 
Descendant of Benjamin Pettis, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of David Brown and Sybil Elizabeth Norton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Brown and Temperance Pettis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pettis and Temperance Lamb, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Pettis was sixteen when war was declared, but he 
served six years. He suffered hardships on the old "Jersey" 
and was a pensioner when he died in 1843. 

Also No. 4399. 

Mrs. Sarah R Webster Upson. 9448 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of M. H. Upson. 

Descendant of Lieut. Aaron Webster, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Horace Webster and Harriet Bradley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ira Webster and Ann Granniss, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Webster and Lucy Adkins, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Webster and Lydia Webster, his 
wife. 

Aaron Webster served at the siege of Boston in Wooster's 
brigade. He died in 1783, at the age of sixty-six. 

Miss Emma Statira Tomlinson, 9449 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Tomlinson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Harrison Tomlinson and Emeret Davis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Truman Tomlinson and Nancy Perry, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Tomlinson and Mary Hawkins, his wife. 



164 DAUGHTE^RS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVpLUTlON. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Tomlinson and Sibyl Russell, his 
wife. 

Isaac Tomlinson turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
served as a private at the siege of Boston, under Gen. David 
Wooster. He died in 1806, at the age of eighty-three. 

Miss Sarah Adelaide Benton. 94Jo 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. Enos Dean, of Massachusetts; Sam- 
uel Benton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sanford Benton and Abigail Kenneson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nehemiah R. Kenneson and Abigail Dean, his 
wife; Samuel Benton and Mary Tupper, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enos Dean and Lydia Codding, his wife. 

Samuel Benton enlisted from Tolland and was a private in 
Capt. Solomon Willes' company at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Enos Dean turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm in Capt. 
Ebenezer Dean's company. He enlisted in 1780 under Capt. 
Jacob Haskins to reinforce the Continental Army. He died 
at Taunton in 1822, where he was born in 1751. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Loomis Whiton. 94^1 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Francis H. Whiton. 

Descendant of Daniel Loomis, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Nelson Loomis and Mary Ann Sweetland, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Loomis and Lucretia Porter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Loomis and Sarah Field, his wife. 

Daniel Loomis, 1776, enlisted under Capt. William Wilson 
and served in the Light Horse in Capt. Joel Loomis' com- 
pany at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga. He died at 
Coventry in 1841, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs. Frances Maria West. 94^2 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of William Henry West. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Fargo, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry B. Gleason and Mary S. Wheeler, his wife. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 165 



Granddaughter of Samuel Wheeler and Mary Fargo, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Fargo and Mary Congdell, his wife. 
See No. 9018. 

Mrs. Alice Betsey Martin. 94^3 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Clarence Martin. 
Descendant of Sergt. William Fargo. 

Daughter of Henry B. Gleason and Mary S. Wheeler, his wife. 
See Nos. 9018, 9452. 

Mrs. Maytie Case Crowell. 9454 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Albert L. Crowell. 

Descendant of Daniel Stanley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Willard Case and Marietta Stanley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin S. Stanley and Laura Carpenter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvester Stanley and Nancy Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Stanley and Anna Daggett, his 
wife. 

Daniel Stanley, 1777, served in a company of volunteers 
on a secret expedition under Col. George Williams. He 
died at Attleborough in 1798, where he was born in 1748. 

Miss Nellie May Noyes. 94j^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Corp. Truman Skeels, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Waterman Clark Noyes and Maria Skeels, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Burritt S. Skeels and Sarah Bradley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Arad Skeels and Sarah Lake, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Truman Skeels and Chloe Hill, his wife. 
Truman Skeels, 1775, served in Col. Charles Webb's regi- 
ment and in 1776 he enlisted under Capt. John Hinman. 
Also No. 6470. 

Mrs. Helen A. Downs Culver. 94^6 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of S. Hart Culver. 

Descendant of Charles Cook, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Albert Z. Downs and Sarah C. Pritchard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Pritchard and Sarah Cook, his wife. 



1 66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMJ^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Cook, who in 1776 served 
as a minute man from Waterbury. 

Mrs. Ione Amelia Pingree Sawyer. 94^7 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of George O. Sawyer. 

Descendant of Isaac Turner and of Stephen Pingree, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Luther Farrar Pingree and Elizabeth Marsh Dexter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hoyt Pingree and Sarah Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Pingree and Ruth Hoyt, his wife; 
and of Isaac Turner. 

Stephen Pingree served in the ranks during the Revolution. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Norway, Maine, in 1840, 
at the age of eighty-eight. 

Isaac Turner, 1777-79, was in the Continental Army under 
Maj. Thomas Cogswell, Col. Joseph Vose's regiment. 

Miss Edith Pingree Sawyer. 9458 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Isaac Turner and of Stephen Pingree. 

Daughter of George Oscar Sawyer and lone Amelia Pingree, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ivuther Farrar Pingree and Elizabeth Marsh Dex- 
ter, his wife. 

See No. 9457. 

Miss Caroline Phelps Stokes. 9459 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Phelps, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Stokes and Caroline Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anson Greene Phelps and Olivia Eggleston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Phelps and Dorothy Lamb Wood- 
bridge, his wife. 

Thomas Phelps served as sergeant at the siege of Boston 

in Capt. Abel Pettibone's company and was promoted during 

the New York campaign of 1776. He was lieutenant in Capt. 

Jarius Wilcox's company, Baldwin's Artificers, at the battles 



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of Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth. He died at 
Simsbury in 1789^ at the age of forty-eight. 

Mrs. Emily Spencer Williams Glazier. 9460 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frank D. Glazier. 

Descendant of Dr. Joseph Baker, Andrew Kingsbury and 
Lieut. Ephraim Kingsbury, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Stuart Williams and Mary Edwards Good- 
win, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Solomon Williams and Martha Baker, his wife; 
George Goodwin and Maria Kingsbury, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Baker and Lucy Devotion, his wife; 
Andrew Kingsbury and Mary Osborn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Kingsbury and Phebe French, 
his wife. 

Joseph Baker was surgeon in Putnam's company at the 
Lexington Alarm and he also served at Fort Griswold. 

Ephraim Kingsbury turned out at the Lexington and Rhode 
Island alarms. He died in 1826, aged eighty-eight. 

Andrew Kingsbury, at seventeen, was a private in Col. John 
Chester's regiment at the battles of Long Island and White 
Plains. He served to the close of the war. He died in 1837. 

Mrs. IvA May Stillson Thomson. 9461 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William B. Thomson. 

Descendant of Joseph Stillson and of Josiah Stillson, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Clinton Stillson and Frances Landon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Stillson and Maria Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Stillson and Rebecca Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Stillson and Margaret Clinton, his 
wife. 

Joseph Stillson served as a minute man from Bethlehem. 

Josiah Stillson, 1776, enlisted under Capt. Elias Dunning. 

He died at Bethlehem in 181 5, where he was born in 1753. 
Also No. 5983. 

Miss Mary Swift Whittlesey. 9462 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Seth Pomeroy, of Massachusetts; 



l68 DAUGHTERS Ol? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Maj. William Cogswell and Ens. David Whittlesey, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Whittlesey and Maria Carter Gilbert, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Chester Whittlesey and Mary Cogswell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Whittlesey and Martha Pomeroy, his 
wife; Stephen Cogswell and Anna Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Quartus Pomeroy and Phebe Sheldon, his 
wife; William Cogswell and Anna Whittlesey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Pomeroy and Mary Hunt, his 
wife. 

Seth Pomeroy, who had served in the French and Indian 
wars, was in his seventieth year when the Revolution began. 
He had honors thrust upon him, but declined them on ac- 
count of age. He died at Peekskill in 1777, when on his way 
to join Washington's command. 

Also Nos. 1599, 4218, 6561, 7280, 8161. 

William Cogswell served on the Committee of Inspection 
and in the militia. His home is still standing, where, during 
the Revolution, all from the Commander-in-Chief to the pri- 
vate soldier, found a hearty welcome. 

David Whittlesey served as a minute man. He died in 1825. 

Also No. 6561. 

Miss Fanny Whittlesey. 9463 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Seth Pomeroy, Maj. William 

Cogswell and Ens. David Whittlesey. 

Daughter of Frederick Whittlesey and Maria Carter Gilbert, his 
wife. 

See No. 9462. 

Miss Louise Chamberlain. 9464 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Valentine Burt Chamberlain and Anna Isabel Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abiran Chamberlain and Sophrone Burt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark Chamberlin and Rebecca Sage, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chamberlin and — Clark, his wife. 



lylNKAG^ BOOK. 169 



Samuel Chamberlin, 1777, was a private in Capt. Enos 
Stone's company, Brewer's regiment. He enlisted from 
Berkshire county for three years and was at Valley Forge. 

Also No. 7013. 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Hilliard Cooper. 9461^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James Wesley Cooper. 
Descendant of Levi Hilliard, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elisha Edgerton Hilliard and Charlotte Day Spencer, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ambrose Hilliard and Marcia Dunham, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Hilliard and Experience Edgerton, his 
wife. 

Levi Hilliard enlisted in Capt. Andrew Lathrop's company, 
Backus* regiment of Light Horse. He served in the New 
York campaign and died in the army, October 15, 1776, at 
the age of thirty- two. 

Mrs. Mary Stanley Foster. 9466 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin. 

Daughter of Augustus Stanley and Elvira Conklin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Conklin and Chloe Chamberlin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark Chamberlin and Rebecca Sage, 
his wife. 
See No. 9464. 

Mrs, Martha Stanley Cornwell. 9467 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Henry Cornwell. 
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin. 

Daughter of Augustus Stanley and Elvira Conklin, his wife. 
See No. 9464, 9466. 

Miss Mary E. Foster. 9468 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Samuel ChamberHn. 

Daughter of Samuel H. Foster and Mary Stanley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Augustus Stanley and Elvira Conklin, his wife. 
See No. 9464, 9466. 




lyo DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs, Nellie Fitch Bartlett. 9469 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of John P. Bartlett. 

Descendant of Hon. Stephen Ward, of New York. 
Daughter of Frederick Fitch and Julia Ward Post, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Garrett Buckley Post and Ruth Keith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Keith and Margaret Ward, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Ward and Mary Pell his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Ward and Ruth Gedney, his 
wife. 

Stephen Ward, 1775-76, was a member of the Provincial 
Congress from Westchester county. In 1776 he served in 
the Assembly and 1779 in the Senate. His property was de- 
stroyed and a bounty set on his head by the loyalists. 

Mrs. Elnora J. Viets Camp. 9470 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Theron H. Camp. 

Descendant of Capt. John Viets, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Imlay Bird Viets and Angeline Clark Hart, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Viets and Abigail Eno, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Luke Viets and Keziah Phelps, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Viets and Lois Phelps, his wife. 
John Viets was master of Newgate prison at Simsbury when 
he died in 1777, at the age of sixty-five. 

Mrs. Mary Adelia Viets Blair. 9471 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Albert Blair. 
Descendant of Capt. John Viets. 

Daughter of Imlay Bird Viets and Angeline Clark Hart, his wife. 
See No. 9470. 

Mrs. Minnie Belle Corbin Powell. 9472 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James Powell. 

Descendant of Capt. Lemuel Corbin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Frank E. Corbin and Mary A. Whiting, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hezekiah A. Corbin and Maria A. Rider, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Corbin and Lois Chaffee, his wife. 



UN^AG]^ BOOK. 171 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Corbin and Rhoda Healy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Lemuel Corbin and Rebecca Davis, his 
wife. 

Lemuel Corbin, 1775, entered the army as a private and 
served four enlistments. In 1780 he commanded a company 
at the Rhode Island Alarm, under Col. Jacob Davis. He died 
at Dudley in 1825, where he was born in 1740. 

Also Nos. 6692, 7684. 

Mrs, Ida E. Viets Paige. 9475 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Harris L. Paige. 

Descendant of Capt. John Viets, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Imlay Bird Viets and Angeline Clark Hart, his wife. 
See No. 9470. 

MRS. MARY SPICER GATES. 9474 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Noah Gates. 

Descendant of Abel Spicer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Abel Spicer and Sarah Parke, his wife. 

Abel Spicer, 1776, at the age of sixteen, enlisted as a pri- 
vate in Capt. Jonathan Brewster's company, Huntingdon'* 
regiment. In 1779 he served on the frigate "Confederacy" 
and in 1780 was a soldier at West Point under Col. Samuel B. 
Webb. He died at Preston in 1849. 

MRS. ELIZABETH SPICER FOX. 947^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Findley Fox. 
Descendant of Abel Spicer. 
Daughter of Abel Spicer and Sarah Rose, his wife. 
See No. 9474. 

Mrs, Laura Miller Douglass. 9476 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Melvin Loring Douglass. 

Descendant of Walter Buddington, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George R. Miller and Julia Adaline Morgan, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Giles Morgan and Julia Miner Buddington, his 
wife. 



172 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ozias Buddington and Esther Hill, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Buddington and Ruth Waterman, 
his wife. 

Walter Buddington was among the prisoners, who were 
captured by Arnold in his attack on Fort Griswold. He was 
confined on the "Jersey" prison ship for over a year and when 
released started on foot for home, which he reached in safety. 
He died at Groton in 1800, where he was born in 1732. 

Also Nos. 7982, 8967. 

Miss Betsey Avery Bouse. 9477 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. Daniel Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Peck Bouse and Elizabeth Avery Fish, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Fish and Betsey Avery his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Latham Avery and Betsey Wood Lester, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Avery and Deborah Avery, his 
wife. 

Daniel Avery was among the patriots who gathered to de- 
fend Fort Griswold against the enemy eight hundred strong. 
He was killed and is buried in the "Old Ground" at Poquo- 
noc and his tombstone tells the sad story of his early death. 

Also Nos. 1462, 3848, 4206, 5010, 6347, 8773. 

Mrs, Fanny Gardiner Latham. 9478 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Daniel Latham. 

Descendant of Capt. William Havens, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Oscar F. Stanton and Caroline E. Gardiner, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Stanton and Elizabeth Havens Cooper, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Cooper and Betsey Havens, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Havens, who was 
captain of the privateer "Beaver" and captured many valua- 
ble prizes on the sound. He also had command of the "Jay" 
and "Retaliation." He died at Sag Harbor, N. Y., in 1787. 

Miss Elizabeth Stanton. 9479 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. William Havens. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 173 



Daughter of Oscar F. Stanton and Caroline E. Gardiner, his wife. 
See No. 9478. 

Miss Annie H. Avery. 9480 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. Elijah Avery, Isaac Williams and Zede- 
diah Randall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert L. Avery and Joanna B. Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John J. Avery and Nancy Murdock, his wife; 
Charles Wheeler and Rebekah Williams, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Elijah Avery and Prudence A. Morgan, his 
wife; Isaac Williams and Phoebe Williams, his wife; Thomas Wheeler 
and Esther Randall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zedediah Randall and Patty York, his 
wife. 

Elijah Avery, at Fort Griswold, was in the Council of War 
chosen by Col. Ledyard and was sent with the flag of truce 
when the traitor, Benedict Arnold, spread desolation and woe 
throughout this region. They refused to surrender and he 
was among the killed. 

Also Nos. 4636, 6573. 

Isaac Williams, 1776, was a private in the New York cam- 
paign. He was a pensioner when he died at Stonington in 
1844, at the age or ninety-six. 

Also Nos. 3685, 4006, 6258, 8969. 

Zedediah Randall, 1776, served as a soldier. 

MRS. RACHEL SPICER PACKER. 9481 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Nelson G. Packer. 
Descendant of Abel Spicer, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Abel Spicer and Sarah Rose, his wife. 
See No. 9474. 

MRS. SALL Y M. DA VIS BRA YTON. 9482 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Atwood R. Brayton. 
Descendant of Samuel Davis, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel Davis and Lucy Dewey, his wife. 
Samuel Davis enlisted in 1776, at the age of seventeen, and 
was in the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He died in 1826. 



174 DAUGHTERS O^ TH^ AMJ^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Julia Armstrong Bishop. 9485 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Nathan L. Bishop. 

Descendant of Isaac Arnold, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of "George B. Armstrong and Delia Arnold, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Arnold and Sarah Howe, his wife. 
Isaac Arnold, 1776, enlisted as a drummer when only twelve. 

He was a pensioner when he died at Mansfield, in 1841. 
Also No. 6734. 

Mrs. Nancy Bishop Carey. 9484 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Charles W. Carey. 

Descendant of Rev. Andrew Lee, D. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Nathan P. Bishop and Nancy Lee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Deacon William Lee and Nancy Bingham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Lee and Eunice Hall, his wife. 

Andrew Lee, a graduate of Yale, served as chaplain and his 
church at Hanover provided preaching in his absence. His 
regiment was in several engagements and his patriotism dur- 
ing the war outbalanced his prudence. He died at Hanover 
in 1832, at the age of eighty-seven. 

Also No. 2438. 

Mrs. Josephine Cottrell Kimball. 948^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Gurdon Parker Kimball. 
Descendant of John Cottrell, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Elias Cottrell and Mary Chapman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elias Cottrell and Fanny Pendleton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Cottrell and Phally Gavitt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Cottrell and Lois Boardman, his 
wife. 

John Cottrell served on the alarm list in 1777. He died in 
1778, at Westerly, where he was born in 1724. 

Mrs. Mary Campbell Witter Torrance. 9486 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James Torrance. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Witter and of Capt. Ezra 
Kinne, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of William Witter and Ellen Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Witter and Maria Dewing, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Witter and Eunice Bass, his wife. 

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

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

Ebenezer Witter turned out from Preston at the Lexington 
Alarm. He died in 1790, aged ninety-one. 
^ Ezra Kinne, 1780, commanded a company in the Eighth 
Regiment for State defence. He died at Preston in 1795, 
where he was born in 1727. 

Miss Julia Octavia Smith. 9487 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Thomas Smith, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Owen Smith and Abbie King, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Prentice Smith and Maria Avery, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Smith and Thankful Bennett, his 
wife. 

Thomas Smith served several enlistments. He was in the 
battle of White Plains under Capt. John Swan. He was a 
pensioner when he died in 1844, at the age of ninety. 

Mrs. Grace Agnes Taintor Higgins. 9488 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Werter Chapin Higgins. 

Descendant of Corp. Medad Taintor, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Taintor and Ann Maria Crane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Medad Taintor and Anna Linsley, his wife. 

Medad Taintor served as a minute man and was corporal 
in Capt. James Peck's company. Col. Roger Enos* regpiment. 
He died at Northford in 1823, where he was born in 1757. 

Mrs. Belle Hall Curtis. 9489 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Elfiott Plumb Curtis, Jr. 

Descendant of Sergt. Lemuel Nichols, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Ormel Alanson Hall and Rebecca Nichols Hatch, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Hatch and Anna Nichols, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Nichols and Alice Blackman, his wife. 



176 DAUGHTERS O? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lemuel Nichols, 1776, was sergeant in the New York cam- 
paign and in 1778 served in Capt. Jonathan Rudd's company 
in the expedition to Rhode Island under Sullivan. He died at 
Newtown in 18 14, where he was born in 1754. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Curtiss Knapp Wright. 9490 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John Wright, M. D. 
Descendant of Joseph Curtiss, Abel Turney and John 

Knapp, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Capt. William Knapp and Harriet Trubee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Comfort Trubee and Elizabeth Curtiss, 
his wife; John Knapp and Esther Turney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Curtiss and Huldah Judson Gilbert, 
his wife; Abel Turney and Deborah Bulkley, his wife; John Knapp 
and Mary Wilson, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Curtiss and Martha Judson, his 
wife. 

Joseph Curtiss served on the Committee of Inspection of 
Stratford, where he died in 1801, aged eighty. 

Abel Turney, when a boy, was so badly wounded in a naval 
engagement that his life was despaired of, but he survived and 
was a pensioner in his old age. 

John Knapp enlisted in 1775 and the gun that he carried 

during his service is still in the family. 
Also Nos. 5973, 8693. 

Mrs. Lulu R. Hemingway Barnes, 9491 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward H. Barnes. 

Descendant of Enos Hemingway, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harvey F. Hemingway and Julia Perkins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Willet Hemingway and Sarah Rowe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Enos Hemingway and Sarah Hemingway, his 
wife. 

Enos Hemingway was a soldier in Col. David Wooster's 
regiment at the siege of Boston. He was a pensioner when 
he died in 1845, ^^ the age of ninety. 

Also Nos. 899, 8332. 

Mrs. Helen L. Perkins Warren. 9492 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Herbert C. Warren. 



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Descendant of Sergt. Walter Booth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Perkins and Eunice W. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Smith and Sally Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary Newton, his wife. 

Walter Booth, 1776, at the age of fifteen, enlisted as a pri- 
vate and was at Long Island, Kip's Bay and the battle of 
White Plains. He served as corporal in 1780 and as ser- 
geant in 1781. He died at Woodbridge in 1825. 

Also Nos. 1 1 19, 2498, 3391, 4376, 5825, 7406. 

Mrs. Lucy Wright Kellogg English. 9493 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edwin Holt English. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Samuel Holden Parsons, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Wright Kellogg and Lucia Hosmer Andrews, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Andre Andrews and Sarah Mehitable Hos- 
mer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Titus Hosmer and Lucia Parsons, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Holden Parsons and Mehitable 
Mather, his wife. 

Samuel Holden Parsons, a graduate of Harvard, resigned 
as King's attorney in 1774 and rose from colonel to major 
general during the Revolution. He was first judge of the 
Northwest Territory and was drowned in descending the 
rapids of Great Beaver Creek in 1789, at the age of fifty-two. 

Also Nos. 1 179, 2238, 3605, 4857, 5938, 6474. 

Miss Elizabeth F, Patten. 9494 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Gallup, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Patten and Elizabeth Martha Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Williams and Elizabeth Gallup, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Gallup and Martha Prentice 
Stanton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Gallup and Sarah Giddings, his 
wife. 

Nathan Gallup turned out for the relief of Boston at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was lieutenant colonel in Sullivan's 

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178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

expedition and commanded a regiment at the close of the war. 
He died at Groton in 1799, aged seventy-two. 
Also No. 2264. 

Miss Anna Carolyn Patten. 949J 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Gallup. 

Daughter of John Patten and Elizabeth Martha Williams, his wife. 

See No. 9494. 

Mrs. Sarah Clarissa Chapman. 9496 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William H. Chapman. 

Descendant of Corp. James Brown, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Asahel Hall Brooks and Sally Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Neziah Brown and Clarissa Post, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Brown and Deborah Tarbox, his wife. 
James Brown, 1775-81, served several enlistments. 
Also No. 5339. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Neide.' 9497 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Rev. Robert Rowland Neide. 

Descendant of Hon. Isaac Snowden, Dr. Lemuel Gustine 
and Dr. William Hooker Smith, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Col. I. Ross Thompson and Josephine Mayer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. James Thompson, LL. D., Chief Justice of 
Pennsylvania, and Mary Parker Gustine Snowden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Nathaniel Randolph Snowden and Sarah 
Gustine, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Snowden and Mary Cox, his wife; 
Lemuel Gustine and Susannah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hooker Smith and Sarah 
Brown, his wife. 

Isaac Snowden, 1775-77, served as quartermaster of Asso- 
ciators and from 1777-79 was commissioner to sign Conti- 
nental currency, and several notes are still in existence. At 
the close of the war he was treasurer of the city and county 
of Philadelphia. He died in 1809, aged seventy-seven. 

Lemuel Gustine, 1778-79, was surgeon at Forty-Fort and 
signed the capitulation after the battle was lost. He escaped 



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with two of his children and his daughter Sarah was the last 
survivor of the massacre of Wyoming. 

William Hooker Smith was a soldier at the siege of Boston 
and the battle of Long Island. He commanded a company 
in 1777, when appointed surgeon. He served to the close of 
the war and was then chosen judge of Luzerne county. 

MISS AS EN A TH HO WE. 9498 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Ens. Solomon Washburn and of Israel 

Howe, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Israel Howe and Hannah Washburn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Solomon Washburn and Mary Warner, his wife. 

Israel Howe, 1781, served at West Point in Col. Samuel 
Canfield's regiment. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Stafford in 1845, ^Lt the age of eighty-six. 

Solomon Washburn marched from Stafford for the relief of 
Boston at the Lexington Alarm. 

Also No. 4939. 

Mrs. Lizzie Smith Merrick Belding. 9499 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Alvah Norton Belding. 

Descendant of Capt. James Merrick, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Austin Merrick and Elizabeth Francis Snow, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Chandler Merrick and Mary Sedwick, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Deacon Royal Merrick and Sally Chandler, 
this wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Merrick and Martha Ely, his wife. 

James Merrick, 1775, commanded a company of Worcester 
county militia in Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment. His sons, 
Gideon and Spencer, served during the war and the latter was 
killed at Quebec. He died in 1790, aged eighty-two. 

Miss Lucy Caroline Richardson. 9^00 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Nathaniel Buell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Milo B. Richardson and Ellen Caroline Miner, his wife. 



l8o DAUGHTl^RS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Uriel H. Miner and Caroline Eliza Canfield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lee Canfield and Ruth Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughterof Joseph Canfield and Abigail Buell,his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Buell and Hannah Lee, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Buell, 1775, commanded a company in Col. Ben- 
jamin Hinman's regiment in the Northern Department. He 
served as lieutenant colonel in 1776 under Col. Charles Bur- 
rail. He died at Salisbury in 1808, aged seventy-four. 

Mrs, Marionette Penfield Hadley. gjoi 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James A. Hadley. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Penfield and of Samuel Pen- 
field, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles G. Arnold and Betsey M. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Smith and Clarissa Penfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Penfield and Jemima Hurlburt, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Penfield, who com- 
manded a company in 1775 and was soon promoted to major. 
He was lieutenant colonel in 1776 and resigned in 1781. 

Samuel Penfield served in the quartermaster's department. 

Mrs. Josephine Merrick Brent. 95'o2 

Wife of Vivian Brent. 

Descendant of Hon. William Thomas and of Adj. William 
Thomas, Jr., of Maryland. 

Daughter of Hon. William D. Merrick and Catharine Thomas, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Thomas, Jr., and Catharine Brooke 
Boarman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Thomas and Elizabeth Reeves, his 
wife. 

William Thomas was a member of the St. Mary's county 
Committee of Safety and for many terms a representative to 
the House of Delegates. He died in 1795, aged eighty-one. 

William Thomas, Jr., 1776, served as adjutant of militia. 

Also No. 7166. 

Mrs. Mary Lewis Hartsock. 9^03 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rev. S. M. Hartsock, D. D. 



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Descendant of Elijah Bundy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jacob Lewis and Delia Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of EHsha Sanford Smith, and Betsey Burtsall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gilbert Smith and Delilah Bundy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Bundy and Priscilla Preston, his 
wife. 

Elijah Bundy belonged to a family of patriots and served 

at the battles of Long Island, White Plains and Saratoga. 

Miss Mary Ames Hartsock, 9504 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Elijah Bundy. 

Daughter of Rev. S. M. Hartsock, D. D., and Mary E. Lewis, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Jacob Lewis and Delia Smith, his wife. 
See No. 9503. 

Mrs. Kate Corcoran Wood. 9Joj 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Wife of Thomas Newton Wood. 

Descendant of Dr. Isaac Thorn, of New Hampshire ; Hon. 
Peter Coffin and Dr. William Coffin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Christopher Nathaniel Thom and Sarah Catherine Cor- 
coran, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Thom and Harriet Coffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Isaac Thom and Persis Sargent, his wife; 
Dr. William Coffin and Mary Langdon, his wife. 

See No. 9078. 

Isaac Thom served on the Committee of Safety. He died 
at Derry in 1825, at the age of seventy-nine. 

Also No. 5926. 

Mrs. Rosa West Bailey, 9^06 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of G. Loper Bailey. 

Descendant of George Flagg, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Charles H. West, Jr., and Serena E. Cobia, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Harris West and Anna Matilda Flagg, 
his wife. 
See No. 9368. 



l82 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AM^RICAJ^ REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Ida Lucas Roux. 9^07 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Wife of J. Mitchell Roux. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Lucas, of Maryland. 
Daughter of John Plummer Lucas and Marie Burgee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Lucas and Elizabeth Anderson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Lucas and Rachel Belt, his wife. 

John Lucas, 1777, enlisted for three years and was sergeant 
in Captain Emory's company, Maryland Line. 

Miss Mary Margaret Sommerville. 9^08 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of Capt. William Sommerville. 

Daughter of Robert A. Sommerville and Mary Ann Sommerville, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Sommerville and Margaret Brown, his 
wife. 

William Sommerville, who was born in Ireland, was con- 
ductor of Artillery under Chevalier de Cambray, commanding 
the Corps of Engineers. He gave over four years' service 
during the war and died at Martinsburg in 1826, aged seventy. 

Mrs. Mary Baine Brewer Irvin. 9^09 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of Benjamin Screven Irvin. 

Descendant of Thomas Rowland, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Willis Brewer and Mary Elizabeth Baine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Baine and Mary Powell Hogue, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hogue and Mildred Rowland Powell, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Ransom Powell and Miriam Lewis Row- 
land, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Rowland and Mildred Mc- 
Coy, his wife. 

Thomas Rowland gave service during the war, and once 
when taken prisoner by the Tories he referred them to a Tory 
friend, and thus escaped hanging. He died in Greenville Dis- 
trict in 1836, at the age of eighty-six. 

Miss Eliza Andrews Bowen. 9jio 

Born in Georgia. 
Descendant of John Andrews, of Virginia ; Ezra Bowen, of 
Maine; 



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Daughter of Isaac Bowen and Sarah Martha Andrews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Andrews and Ann Goode, his wife; and of 
Ezra Bowen. 

John Andrews, 1779, at the age of seventeen, enlisted for 
the war and was with the army at Yorktown. 

Ezra Bowen served as a soldier during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Letty Pope Lang. 9Jii 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of James Lang. 

Descendant of Dr. Stephen Ball, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Alexander Pope and Cornelia Ball, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Frederic Ball and Eliza Toxey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Ball and Sarah Ross, his wife. 
See No. 9200. 

Mrs. Metta Andrews Green. 91^12 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Theodorick Morrison Green. 
Descendant of Dr. Stephen Ball. 
Daughter of Garnett Andrews and Anulet Ball, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Frederick Ball and Eliza Toxie, his wife. 
See Nos. 9200, 95 11. 

Mrs. Claudia Henderson Hill. 9p3 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Edward Young Hill. 
Descendant of Brig. Gen. Richard Richardson, of South 

Carolina. 

Daughter of Robert Johnson Henderson and Laura Elizabeth 
Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gary Wood and Mary Richardson Billups, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Billups and Mary Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Richardson and Elizabeth Canty, 
his wife. 

Richard Richardson was over seventy when war was de- 
clared, and was elected member of the Council of Safety. He 
served in the Provincial Congress and assisted in framing the 



1 84 DAUGHTl^RS O^ THt AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

State Constitution. He was taken prisoner at the fall of 

Charleston and his life was shortened by the confinement. 
Also Nos. 1031, 5060, 6422, 8057. 

Mrs. Katharine Hyde Kemme Jones. 9^4 

Born in Creorgia. 
Wife of Harry Lee Jones. 

Descendant of Judge Samuel Chase, of Maryland. 
Daughter of Dr. H. B. Kemme and Hattie Chase, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. John D. Chase and Katharine R. Ward, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Chase and Sarah Wingate, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chase and Atin Baldwin, his wife. 

Samuel Chase was a prominent member of the Sons of Lib- 
erty of Annapolis when they opened the public offices and de- 
stroyed the stamps. He served several sessions in the Con- 
tinental Congress and was a signer of the Declaration of In- 
dependence. He died in 1811, at the age of seventy. 

Also Nos. 67, 312, 5639, 6082. 

Mrs. Annie Putnam Anderson. 9^ij 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of Louis Ford Anderson. 

Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis and of Maj. George 
Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John G. Putnam and Sarah Attaway Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lewis and Sarah Attaway Miller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Lewis and Catherine Daingerfield, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, 
his wife. 

Gr-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Augustine Washington and Mary Ball, 
his wife (the mother of the Commander-in-Chief). 

Fielding Lewis was a wealthy patriot who did much for the 
cause. He was a manufacturer of small arms for the Govern- 
men at Fredericksburg, and the site is still called "Gunny 
Green." He died in 1781, at the age of fifty-five. 

George Lewis served in Baylor's regiment of Horse and was 
an officer in Washington's body-guard. At the battle of 
Princeton he was aide to Gen. Hugh Mercer, who died in his 
arms, within the lines of the enemy. 

Also Nos. 331, 847, 1405, 2139, 3056, 4685, 5679, 6331, 7072. 



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Mrs. Sarah Eve Reese Dillard. 9Ji6 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of George Dillard. 

Descendant of Rev. David Reese and of George Reese, of 
North Carolina. 
Daughter of William Miller Reese and Lucy Pettus, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Milton Reese and Anna Miller, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Reese and Anna Storey, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Reese and Susan Polk, his wife. 

David Reese was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration 
of Independence. 

George Reese served several enlistments ; was at the battle 
of Eutaw Springs and captured at the fall of Charleston. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1837, at the age of eighty-five. 

Also No. 1542. 

Mrs. Mary Louisa Hill. 9p7 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Dr. John J. Hill. 
Descendant of Patrick Jack and of Capt. William Barnett, 

of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William A. Pope and Susan Cooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Pope and Sarah J. Barnett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barnett and Eliza Margaret Joyner, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Barnett and Jean Jack, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Jack and Lillias McAdoo, his 
wife. 

Patrick Jack was a patriot too old to serve in the ranks as 
did all his sons. When ill in bed the Tories burned his house 
and the exposure caused his death. 

William Barnett served under Sumpter in the partisan war- 
fare that raged in the South during the Revolution. He died 
in Georgia in 1834, aged eighty-seven. 

Mrs. Rosa Calhoun Alexander. 9p8 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Capt. Charles Atwood Alexander. 
Descendant of Patrick Calhoun, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Edward Calhoun and Frances Middleton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Patrick Calhoun, Jr. (brother of Hon. John C. 
Calhoun), and Nancy Needham De Graff enried, his wife. 



I 



1 86 DAUGHTERS 0]P THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Calhoun and Martha Caldwell, his 
wife. 

Patrick Calhoun, who was born in Ireland, was a member of 
the "Calhoun Settlement" in South Carolina. He was distin- 
guished for undaunted courage and commanded Provincial 
Rangers for the defense of the frontier. He served in the 
Legislature during the war and was by profession a surveyor. 

Mrs. Lalla Lipscombe Hunter. 9^19 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of Dr. Frederick Hunter. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Pickens, Gen. Elijah Clarke 
and Capt. Arthur Simkins, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of James N. Lipscombe and Susan W. Pickens, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Wilkinson Pickens and M. Eliza Simkins, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Pickens and Susan Wilkinson, his 
wife; Eldred Simkins and Eliza Hannah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Pickens and Rebecca Floride 
Calhoun, his wife; Benjamin Smith and Elizabeth Clarke, his wife; 
and of Arthur Simkins. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Clarke and Hannah Arrington, 
his wife. 

Andrew Pickens rose from captain to brigadier general. 

Elijah Clarke was a noted partisan leader of Georgia. 

Arthur Simkins served in the Provincial Congress and com- 
manded a company of Infantry. 

Also Nos. 1018, 5399, 4066, 8991. 

Mrs. Lenora Wells Adams. 9920 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Horace Du Quince Adams. 
Descendant of Gov. David Emanuel, of Georgia. 
Daughter of Thomas Francis Wells and Mildred Anna Tucker, his 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Elton Wells and Mary Fourth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Wells and Asenath Emanuel, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Emanuel, who served 
under his brother-in-law, Gen. John Twiggs, in the partisan 
warfare. While a member of the Executive Council he was 
captured by the Tories, but he escaped on a fleet horse. He 
died in Georgia in 1808, aged sixty-four. 

Also Nos. 1218, 2539. 



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Mrs. Susan Stokes Hill. 9521 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of W. Meriwether Hill. 

Descendant of Judge John Fell, Col. Peter Renaudet Fell, 
of New York ; John McKinnie, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William Anthony Stokes and Margaret Rhind, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Rhind and Mary Gardner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Rhind and Susan Fell, his wife; 
James Gardner and Eliza McKinnie, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Renaudet Fell and Margaret 
Golden, his wife; John McKinnie and Elizabeth Pope, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Fell. 

John Fell, a native of England, served in the Continental 
Congress until taken prisoner by the British. He was ex- 
changed for the Governor of Canada after nearly three years. 

Peter Renaudet Fell commanded New Jersey troops at the 
beginning of the war. He was at Stony Point and for two 

years acted as aide to Governor Clinton. 

Also Nos. 1227, 3400. 

John McKinnie, 1775, served in the Committee of Safety 
of Tryon county that agreed to support all acts of the Pro- 
vincial and Continental Congress. 

Mrs. Effie Pope Wimberly. 9922 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Minter Wimberly. 

Descendant of Patrick Jack and of Capt. William Barnett, of 

North Carolina. 
Daughter of William A. Pope and Susan Cooper, his wife. 
See No. 9517. 

Mrs. Adaline Comer Latimer. 9923 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Joel Wright Latimer. 
Descendant of Thomas Rowland, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Andrew Jackson Comer and Miriam Rowland Hogue, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jesse Hogue and Mildred Lewis Powel, his wife. 
See No. 9509. 

Miss Annie Perry Wright. 9P4 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Jenkins, Col. James Theus and 
Lieut. Joseph James Scott, all of South Carolina. 



l88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Arthur P. Wright and Emily Julia Pope, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph James Pope and Sarah Jenkins, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Isaac Ripon Jenkins and Hannah Scott, his 
wife; Joseph James Pope and Theodora Theus, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Theus and Ashe, his wife; 

Joseph Scott and Catharine Adams, his wife; and of Daniel Jenkins. 

Daniel Jenkins commanded a company at Charleston during 
the attack by the British under General Provost. 

James Theus was colonel of Cavalry under Marion in the 
partisan warfare of the South. His brothers, Capt. Simon, 
Dr. Jeremiah and Dr. Ferine, also served during the war. 

Joseph James Scott was a lieutenant when severely wound- 
ed at Black Mingo in an engagement with the Tories where, 
being outnumbered, half of Marion's men were wounded. 

Mrs. Emma Julia Pope Wright. 952 j 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Arthur P. Wright. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph James Scott, Col. James Theus 
and Capt. Daniel Jenkins. 
Daughter of Joseph James Pope and Sarah Jenkins, his wife. 
See No. 9524. 

Miss Sallie Lawson Thomas. 9526 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Col. John Lawson, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Dr. Robert Thomas and Catherine C. Wyche, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Wyche and Catherine M. Maclntyre, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Archibald Maclntyre and Hannah Lawson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lawson and Alice Moore, his wife. 

John Lawson belonged to the liberal party and gave valua- 
ble service from the time of the news of the battle of Lexing- 
ton to the surrender of Cornwallis. He died in 1816. 

Also No. 871 1. 

Mrs. Laura Johnson Boyd. 9527 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Dr. Montague Boyd. 
Descendant of Zachariah Taliaferro, of Virginia. 



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Daughter of Charles Edward Broyles and Lucy Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. O. R. Broyles and Sarah Ann Taliaferro, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Taliaferro and Margaret Chew 
Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Taliaferro and Mary Boutwell, 
his wife. 

Zachariah Taliaferro served as sheriff and on the Amherst 
county Committee of Safety. He died in South Carolina in 
1 83 1, at the age of seventy-two. 

Mrs. Robert Logan Dismukes Wylly. 9928 

Born in Arkansas. 

Wife of Richard D. Wylly. 

Descendant of Sir John Peyton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John T. Dismukes and Elizabeth Gibbs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George C. Gibbs and Elizabeth Elkin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Spencer Elkin and Martha Boiling, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Tabb Boiling and Seigniora Pey- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Peyton and Frances Cook, his 
wife. 

Sir John Peyton served as sheriff and agreed to pay for the 
arms of the Gloucester county troops. He used his influence 
and means liberally in support of the colony during the war, 
and died in 1790, aged seventy. 

Also No. 942. 

Mrs. Mildred McPheeters Inman. 9p9 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Samuel Martin Inman. 
Descendant of Col. John Otey and of Col. William Leftwich, 

of Virginia. 

Daughter of Alexander Miller McPheeters and Fannie Leftwich, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Lumpkin Leftwich and Mildred Otey 
Turner, his wife. 

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

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Otey and Mary Hopkins, his wife; 
and of William Leftwich. 

John Otey commanded a company of Bedford county Rifle- 
men that captured a gunboat on the Pamunky river. 



190 DAUGHTl^RS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

William Leftwich furnished supplies and served in the 
militia. He is buried near Bedford City. 
Also No. 2. 

Miss Florence Reid Adams. 9J?o 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Reid, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Irby Hudson Adams and Florence Reid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Sidney Reid and Maria Louisa Jordan, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Alexander Reid and Elizabeth Brewer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Reid and Margaret McCay, his 
wife. 

Samuel Reid, who was born in Ireland, was a delegate to the 
Mecklenburg Convention and served in 1775 on the Commit- 
teee of Safety of Rowan county, N. C. He commanded a com- 
pany in Alexander's regiment, Rutherford's brigade. He 
died in Georgia in 1820, aged eighty. 

Also No. 4948. 

Mrs. Nellie Hammond Partridge. 9^31 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of N. A. Partridge. 

Descendant of Faunce Hammond, of Massachusetts ; Sam- 
uel Gosling, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George C. Hammond and Martha Gosling, his wife 

Granddaughter of Henry C. Hammond and Mehetable Thomas, his 
wife; Samuel Gosling and Mary W. Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hammond and Mary Adams, his 
wife; and of Samuel Gosling. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Faunce Hammond and Mary Holmes, his 
wife. 

Faunce Hammond, 1780, enlisted in Capt. Henry James' 
company, Col. John Hathaway's regiment, of Bristol county 
militia. He died in Vermont in 181 3, aged seventy-six. 

Samuel Gosling, although a Quaker, served as a minute man. 

Mrs. Helen Livingston Fairbank. 9^32 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank. 



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Descendant of Dr. Andrew Graham, M. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Andrew Graham and Helen Beeckman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Beers Graham and Jean Lorimer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Graham and Martha Curtiss, his 
wife. 

Andrew Graham served on the Committee of Safety and as 
surgeon during the war. He was taken prisoner by the Brit- 
ish and confined in New York in the Nassau Street Dutch 
Church. He Hied at Woodbury in 1785, aged fifty-seven. 

Mrs. Charlotte C. Richardson Robertson. 9^33 

Born in Canada. 

Wife of Andrew Alexander Robertson. 

Descendant of Wyman Richardson, of Massachusetts ; Bar- 
zillai Streeter, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Herbert Richardson and Cecelia Wells Church, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Richardson and Nancy Streeter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Wyman Richardson and Ruth Lane, his wife; 
Barzillai Streeter and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Wyman Richardson, 1776, was a minute man in Capt. S. 
Richardson's company and turned out at various alarms. He 
died in 1839 at Ackworth, N. H., at the age of eighty. 

Barzillai Streeter served as boatman to convey provisions 
for the army and then enlisted in Crary's regiment. 

Miss Martha Evelina Tucker. 9934 

Born in Missouri- 
Descendant of Lieut. David Farnsworth, of Massachusetts ; 
Robert Lettice Hooper, Jr., and John Johnstone, of New 

Jersey. 

Daughter of William Stringham Snyder Tucker and Martha Ann 
Nesbitt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilbert Ruggles Tucker and Evelina Christina 
Snyder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Tucker and Welthy Ruggles, his wife. 
William Stringham Snyder and Christina Rutus Johnstone, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Johnstone and Isabella Hooper, 
his wife; Reuben Tucker and Relief Farnsworth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Lettice Hooper, Jr., and Chris- 
tina Ebrington, his wife; David Farnsworth and Hannah Hastings, 
his wife. 



192 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

David Farnsworth, at the age of sixty-four, turned out at 
the Lexington Alarm as a minute man. 

Robert Lettice Hooper, Jr. served as commissary of issues. 
He died in 1785, at the age of seventy-six. 

John Johnstone was a soldier in the Somerset militia. 

Also No. 7093. 

Miss Anna W. Pool. 9J3J 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of David Pool and of Corp. Joseph Holt, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Davis Pool and Elizabeth Holt Young, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pool and Esther Rogers, his wife; William 
Young and Abigail Holt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Pool and Sallie Davis, his wife; Jo- 
seph Holt and Elizabeth Crocker, his wife. 

David Pool was boatswain on the frigate "Trumbull" under 
Capt. James Nicholson. He was wounded in the engagement 
with the "Watt," June 2, 1780, which was considered an 
equally-matched, well-fought and destructive battle. 

Joseph Holt served as corporal under Capt. John Deshon. 

Mrs, Amanda W. Pool Belden. 9^36 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John S. Belden. 

Descendant of David Pool and of Corp. Joseph Holt. 
Daughter of Charles Davis Pool and Elizabeth Holt Young, his wife. 
See No. 9535. 

Mrs. Rebecca H. Washburn. 9^37 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank Washburn. 

Descendant of Capt. Anthony Dike and of Capt. Stephen 
Churchill, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Shaw and Mary Gibbs Dike, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Dike and Mary Gibbs, his wife; South- 
worth Shaw and Maria Churchill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Dike and Mary Pool, his wife; Ste- 
phen Churchill and Lucy Burbank, his wife. 

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Capt. Josiah Hayden's company, Col. John Thomas' regiment, 
and was corporal in 1780 under Capt. Nathan Packard. He 
died at North Bridgewater in 1810, where he was bom in 1751. 
Stephen Churchill turned out at the Lexington and Rhode 
Island Alarms and commanded a company of sea-coast 
guards under Col. Theophilus Cotton. 

Mrs. Helen Prindle Luce. 9938 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Franklin Augustus Luce. 

Descendant of Deacon Daniel Holbrook, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Frederick Prindle and Eliza A. Packard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William N. Prindle and Betsey Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Smith and Betsey Holbrook, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Holbrook and Anne Hitchcock, 
his wife. 

Daniel Holbrook served in the militia and on committees 
of Derby, to watch the coast, enlist soldiers and pay their 
bounty. He died there in 1813, at the age of sixty-six. 

MRS- Caroline Gary Tuck Corey. 9^39 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George J. Corey. 

Descendant of Deacon Jonathan Tuck, Samuel Tuck, Jona- 
than Lad Webster and Philemon Blake, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. J. Webster Tuck and Ann Ruby Mowry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Tuck and Dorothy Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Tuck and Martha Blake, his wife; 
and of Jonathan Lad Webster. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Tuck and Tabitha Towle, his 
wife; and of Philemon Blake. 

Deacon Jonathan Tuck and his son, Samuel, in 1777 served 
on the Committee of Safety of Kensington. 

Philemon Blake signed the Association Test as did all pa- 
triots who promised "at the risque of our lives and fortunes 
with arms to oppose the hostile proceedings of the British." 

Jonathan Lad Webster enlisted for three years under Capt. 

Nathaniel Hutchins. 
Also No. 8499. 

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194 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Grace Eliza Coryell Marguerat. 9^40 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Dr. Eugene Marguerat. 
Descendant of Maj. John Coryell and of Judge Emanuel 

Coryell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Coryell and Harriet Baxter Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Coryell and Sarah Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Emanuel Coryell and Frances Caldwell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Coryell and Elizabeth Harvey, his 
wife. 

John Coryell served with the Associators and when the Brit- 
ish evacuated Philadelphia he supplied Washington with boats 
to cross the Delaware at Coryell's Ferry. 

Emanuel Coryell, while serving in the army, was wounded 
and received a pension of the rank of captain. 

Also No. 8153. 

Mrs. Jane Hayford Packard, 9^41 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Arthur T. Packard. 
Descendant of Jason Bushnell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William H. Hayford and Hannah Bushnell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Bushnell and Harriet Bushnell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jason Bushnell and Hannah Kirkland, his 
wife. 

Jason Bushnell, 1780, enlisted when a boy for sea-coast de- 
fense. He served to the close of the war and was a pensioner 
when he died in Ohio in 1847, ^^ the age of eighty-four. 

Also No. 4891. 

Mrs. Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway. 9^42 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Anson Tyler Hemingway. 

Descendant of John Plum, of New York. 

Daughter of John Wesley Edmonds and Margaret Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Edmonds and Sarah Plum, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Plum and Tryphena Hunt, his wife. 

John Plum enlisted as a soldier in Capt. Silas Gray's com- 
pany, Col. Marinus Willett's regiment. He was a pensioner 
when he died in 1850, aged ninety-five. 



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Mrs. Grace Mabel Saltonstall Pearson. 9943 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of John Longfellow Pearson. 

Descendant of Gen. Gurdon Saltonstall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Saltonstall and Sarah Aiken, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Saltonstall and Maria Hudson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rosewell Saltonstall and Elizabeth Stewart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gurdon Saltonstall and Rebecca Win- 
throp, his wife. 

Gurdon Saltonstall, 1776, commanded a brigade in the New 
York campaign. He was retired in 1777 and died in 1785, at 
the age of seventy-seven. 

Also No. 1551. 

Mrs. Christie A. McClaughry Armstrong. 91^44 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Levi Armstrong. 

Descendant of Thomas McClaughry, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Huston McClaughry and Margaret Rowland, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Reid McClaughry and Margery Rose, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McClaughry and Agnes Harsha, his 
wife. 

Thomas McClaughry, who was born in Ireland, was a min- 
ute man in the Burgoyne campaign. His brothers, Andrew, 
Matthew and Richard, also served in the militia. He died in 
Delaware county in 1827, aged eighty. 

Miss Marcia Dorr. 9J4J 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Matthew Dorr, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Dorr and Angeline Willis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josephus Dorr and Marcia Ball, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Dorr and Sarah Bull, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Dorr and Elizabeth Palmer, his 
wife. 

Matthew Dorr served in Col. Jonathan Latimer's regiment, 
which was commended by Gates for excellent service at Sara- 
toga. He dieci in Ohio in 1801, aged seventy-six. 



196 DAUGHTI^RS O^ TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Julia Frances Wells. 9^46 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Robert Kilbourn, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alfred P. Wells and Martha Kilbourn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Kilbourn and Keziah Pope, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Kilbourn and Sarah Hubbard, his 
wife. 

Robert KilGourn, 1780, at sixteen, enlisted in Col. John 
Brown's regiment. His older brothers, Elisha, Hezekiah, 
Charles, Jonathan and Asher, also served during the war. He 
was a pensioner when he died in Berkshire county in 1857. 

Mrs. Ella Spafford Wagner. 9J47 

Wifeyof Henry C. Wagner. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Solomon Spafford, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Ira J. SpaflFord and Jane C. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Heman Spafford and Cecelia Abrahams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ira Spafford and Margaret Friar, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Solomon Spafford and Sally Sheldon, his 
wife. 

Solomon Spafford, a cousin of Ethan Allen, was with the 
Green Mountain boys at Ticonderoga and Bennington. He 
and his three brothers served in the Northern campaign. He 
died in 1837, at the age of eighty-one. 

Mrs. Anna Strickle Nortrup. 9^48 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Harmon Richard Nortrup. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham Ellis, of Virgpinia. 

Daughter of Benjamin Strickle and Mary Anne Crawford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Strickle and Atine Ellis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Ellis and Catherine Joel, his wife. 

Abraham Ellis enlisted from Berkeley county, fought in 
many battles and served from Bunker Hill to Yorktown. He 
died in 1810, on the land he had located in Ohio. 

Mrs. Julia Sherman Wakefield. 9^49 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Dr. Homer Wakefield. 

Descendant of Col. David Webster, Nathaniel Merrill, Dea- 
con Isaac Pearson, Joseph Pearson and Col. Charles Johnson, 
of New Hampshire; Elihu Sherman, Daniel Day, Caleb 



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Sampson and Col. George Claghorn, of Massachusetts; 
Michael Barstow, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Sherman, Jr., and Lydia Woodward Pear- 
son, his wife. 

GTanddaughter of Merrill Pearson and Lydia Woodward Barstow, 
his wife; Benjamin F. Sherman and Jane Eliza Hooker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Sherman and Sophia Day, his wife; 
Joseph Hooker and Eliza Sampson, his wife; Isaac Pearson and 
Charlotte Merrill, his wife; Deacon Henry Barstow and Harriet 
Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Sherman and Elizabeth Claghorn, 
his wife; Daniel Day and Martha Isham, his wife; Dr. Caleb Sampson 
and Jane Plant, his wife; Joseph Pearson and Hannah Johnson, his 
wife; Nathaniel Merrill and Sarah Hazen, his wife; Michael Barstow 
and Ruth Abbott, his wife; David Webster and Lydia Cummings, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Isaac Pearson and Sarah 
Gerrish, his wife; Charles Johnson and Ruth Marsh, his wife; George 
Claghorn and Deborah Brownell, his wife; and of David Webster. 

David Webster, 1777, turned out at the Ticonderoga Alarm 
and marched to reinforce the army at Saratoga. He rose to 
the command of the Twelfth Regiment. 

Also No. 5819. 

Nathaniel Merrill, 1777, enlisted for three years. 

Isaac Pearson and his son Joseph were signers of the Test 
Oath and both served in the Burgoyne campaign. 

Charles Johnson commanded Haverhill troops at the battle 
of Bennington and served on various Committees of Safety. 

Elihu Sherman, 1778-80, served at the Rhode Island Alarms. 

Daniel Day was with the Berkshire county troops under 
Col. Benjamin Symonds at Bennington. He died at Rome, 
N. Y., in 1830, at the age of eighty-four. 

Caleb Sampson enlisted before he was of age under Col. 
Nathan Sparhawk. He died in New York in 1823. 

George Claghorn, 1776, was chosen lieutenant of a Bristol 
county regiment. He was promoted to colonel and turned 

out at various alarms throughout the war. 
Also No. 8416. 
Michael Barstow was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. 

Mrs. Amelia Collins Millard. 9?^o 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Sylvester M. Millard. 



198 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Isaac Humphrey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederic W. Collins and Olivia Chapin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Heman Chapin and Electa Humphrey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Humphrey and Esther North, his wife. 

Isaac Humphrey was despatch bearer for Gen. Schuyler 
from Albany to the forts of Lake Ontario. He had g^eat in- 
fluence with the Indians and employed them on his perilous 
journeys. He died at Goshen in 1788, aged fifty-three. 

Mrs. Florence Dimock Sleight. 9jji 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Edward Henry Sleight. 

Descendant of David Hubbard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Dewitt Clinton Dimock and Maria Hubbard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Hubbard and Laura Squires, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Hubbard and Jemima Chamberlin, his 
wife. 

David Hubbard was a soldier at the siege of Boston in Capt. 
Jonathan Hale's company, Col. Erastus Wolcott's regpiment. 
He served in 1777 under Gates in the Northern campaign. 
He died at Glastonbury in 1806, where he was born in 1758. 

Miss Rebekah Eunice Swift. 9^J2 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Gen. Heman Swift, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Sereno Swift and Elizabeth Eunice Punderson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Augustus Buel Swift and Rebekah Munson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philo Swift and Eunice Buel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Heman Swift and Mary Skiff, his wife. 

Heman Swift commanded a regiment at Brandywine and 
Germantown, wintered at Valley Forge, fought at Monmouth. 
At the close of the war he held the rank of brigadier general 
and was an original member of the Cincinnati. He died at 
Cornwall in 1814, aged eighty-one. 

Also Nos. SI, 3983, 7400. 

Mrs. Adelaide Sherman Ford Davidson. 9JJ3 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Harlan Page Davidson. 

Descendant of Capt. John Gilbert, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of James Marcus Ford and Julia Gilbert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Gilbert and Lydia Owen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gilbert and Lydia Ives, his wife. 

John Gilbert, 1779, rallied his company and met the British 
in their advance on New Haven. When overpowered and or- 
dered to surrender he refused, but a shot felled him from his 
horse, and his wounded body was pierced with bayonets. 

Also No. 8354. 

Mrs. Minerva Dunlap Scott. 9^j4 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Edward Scott. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Moore, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Dunlap and Sarah Moore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Moore and Sarah Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Moore and Elizabeth Moore, his 
wife. 

Andrew Moore, 1776, entered the army as lieutenant and 
served three years. He was in the Burgoyne campaign and 
rose to the command of a company. In 1781 he was elected 
to the House of Delegates, where for many years he gave 
honorable service. He died in 182 1, aged sixty-nine. 

Mrs. Susanna A. G. Dyer. 9jjj 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Reuben F. Dyer, M. D. 

Descendant of Col. Ezekiel Howe, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asaph Goodridge and Sally Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Brown and Susanna Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Brown and Ann Howe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Howe and Bethsheba Stone, his 
wife. 

Ezekiel Howe was at the Concord fight and served as 
colonel of the Middlesex county militia. He died in 1796 at 
Sudbury, where he was born in 1720. 

Miss Fidelia Anderson. 9^^6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel McFarland, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Rev. Thomas Anderson and Phebe Wick, his wife. 



200 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Rev. William Wick and Elizabeth McFarland, 
his wife. 
See No. 9035. 

Mrs. Mary Estelle Buck Hampton. 9^j7 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Okely, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Jackson Buck and Emma Mortimer Foxhill, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Buck and Elizabeth Okely, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Okely and Margaret Moore Graeff, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Okely and Ann Okely, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Okely and Mary Okely, his wife. 

John Okely, who was born in England, served as justice of 
the peace, on the Committee of Correspondence, and in the 
Provincial Congress. He was deputy quartermaster general 
to the close of the war and was never reimbursed for the 
money he advanced to purchase necessities for the army. He 
died at Lancaster in 1792, at the age of seventy-one. 

Mrs. Cornelia Cole Fairbanks. 9?j8 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Hon. Charles Warren Fairbanks. 

Descendant of Benjamin Cole, of Pennsylvania; Lieut. 
James Blakely, and James Blakely, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of Philander Blakely Cole and Dorothy Witter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Cole and Jerusha Blakely, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Blakely, Jr., and Ann Travers, his 
wife; Benjamin Cole and Eunice Bennet, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Blakely. 

Benjamin Cole was a soldier, who, in 1781, received depre- 
ciation pay for his service in the Pennsylvania Line. 

James Blakely, 1775, was an officer in the militia service. 

James Blakely, Jr., who was born on the Little Nine Part- 
ner grant, enlisted in 1779, at the age of sixteen, and was a 
private under different commands to the close of the war. He 
survived to receive a pension for the service he rendered. 

Mrs. Lucy Redd Holliday. 9^59 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of William Jacquelin Holliday. 



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Descendant of Gov. Patrick Henry and of Col. William 

Aylett, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Robinson Redd and Lucy Fitzhugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Fitzhugh and Mary Macon Aylett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Aylett and Elizabeth Henry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Aylett and Mary Macon, his wife; 
Patrick Henry and Sarah Anne Shelton, his wife. 

Patrick Henry became a leader in the colony by his bold 
measures in resistance to the Stamp Act. In his speech in the 
Continental Congress, where he said "I am not a Virgpinian, 
but an American," his reputation became national. 

Also Nos. 7Zy 1 109, 2596, 3280, 6671, 8644. 

William Aylett, while serving as assistant commissary gen- 
eral, furnished supplies for the State troops. He gave his 
own bond, which exhausted his estate, after his death in 1781. 

Also No. 1022. 

Miss Bessie M. West. 9j6o 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Hope Lathrop, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Herman West and Susan Virginia Stretelow, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Franklin West and Betsey Mitchell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Wfest and Anna Cadwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel West and Sarah Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Lathrop and Abigail Baker, 
his wife. 

Great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Hope Lathrop, 
who served on committees to forward relief to Boston and 
provide clothing for the army. He was a member from Tol- 
land to the General Assembly. 

Also No. 7983. 

Miss R. Katharine Beeson. 9^6 i 

Born in North Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel Gillespie, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Dr. John Willian; Beeson and Catharine M. Doak, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William Doak and Thankful Gillespie, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Gillespie and Margaret Hall, his wife. 



202 DAUGHTE^RS Ol? THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daniel Gillespie was a delegate to the Convention that 
framed the State Constitution and a member of the House 
of Commons. He died at Greensboro in 1829, at the age of 
eighty-six, and upon his tomb is inscribed, that he served as 
captain, but was made colonel at the close of the war. 

Miss Cecelia Hale Telford. 9^62 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Dr. Asaph Coleman, M. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Hanna Telford and Pamelia Z. Hale, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Hale and Pamelia Coleman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph Coleman and Eunice Hollister, his 
wife. . 

Asaph Coleman, 1778, served as surgeon under Col. Thomas 
Belden and in 1779 was in Col. Howel Woodbridge's regi- 
ment. He died in 1820, at the age of seventy-three. 

Mrs. Eleanor Margaret Carnahan Ross. 9^6^ 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of David Linn Ross. 

Descendant of William Hueston, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Augustus Gaston Carnahan and Sarah Catherine Rob- 
inson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Robinson and Eleanor Hueston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Hueston and Catherine Davis, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hueston and Elizabeth Taylor, 
his wife. 

William Hueston served with the Pennsylvania Associators 

during the Revolution. He removed his family to Fort Tay- 
lor, which was in Ohio county, W. Va., and named for his 
father-in-law. Here he was suprised by the Indians and 
scalped before the eyes of his wife. 

Mme, Melanie de Lasteyrie de Corcelle. 9564 

Born in France. 

Wife of M. Pierre Francois Philibert de Zircuy de Corcelle. 

Descendant of Gen. M. J. P. J. R. Y. G. Du Motier Mar- 
quis de Lafayette, of France. 

Daughter of Louis du Saillant (Marquis le Lasteyrie) and Virginie 
du Motier de Lafayette, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Gen. M. J. P. J. R. Y. G. du Motier de Lafayette 
and Countess Anastasie Adrienne de Noailles, his wife. 

Lafayette left his young wife in France and sailed to this 
country to offer his services to Congress. On July 31, 1777, 
he was appointed major general before he was of age. His 
gallantry at Brandywine, where he was severely wounded, was 
commended by Washington, and they became life-long 
friends. He served with distinction until the surrender at 
Yorktown, and was the last surviving general of the Revolu- 
tion, dying in 1834, at the age of seventy-seven. 

Miss Mary WilliAxMS. 9^69 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Thomas McCalla, of South Carolina; Col. 
William Hay, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Williams and Eusebia McCalla, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David McCalla and Elizabeth Harbeson, his 
wife; Robert Williams and Nancy Anne Hay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McCalla and Sarah Wayne Gardiner, 
his wife; and of William Hay. 

Thomas McCalla was born in Ireland and served as a soldier 
in the Jersey campaign. He was captured while fighting 
under Sumpter in South Carolina. The courage of his wife in 
procuring his release places her among the heroines of the 
Revolution. He died in 1811, aged fifty-five. 

Also Nos. 2158, 4524. 

William Hay, 1775, entered the army in the "Liberty Com- 
pany" and 1776 was in the Flying Camp. At the close of the 
war he served in the quartermaster's department. 

Miss Edna Fowler. 91^66 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of William Hollembeak, Jacob Kesler, Barna- 
bas Ames, Capt. James Noble and Joseph Lord, all of Con- 
necticut ; William Pond, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Inman H. Fowler and Lovina Hollembeak, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Ames Hollembeak and Emily Pond, his 
wife; John Fowler and Sarah Kesler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Harry Pond and Lovina Hollembeak, his 
wife; George Kesler and Katharine Kesler, his wife; Ruloff White 
Hollembeak and Electa Ames, his wife. 



204 DAUGHTERS OF THIS AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Pond and Ruth Wood, his wife; 
Barnabas Ames and Electa Noble, his wife; Abram Clark Hollem- 
beak and Lovina Lord, his wife; Abraham Hollembeak Pond and 
Lovina Lord, his wife; and of Jacob Kesler. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-grranddaughter of William Hollembeak and Amy Clark, 
his wife; James Noble and Anna Caldwell, his wife; and of Joseph 
Lord. 

William Pond belonged to a family of patriots and when 
a youth served as a soldier. He died in Crawford county, Pa., 
in 1838, at the age of seventy-five. 

William Hollembeak served in the militia during the war. 

Joseph Lord was a soldier and survived to receive a pension. 

Jacob Kesler was captured at the battle of Long Island. 

Barnabas Ames was a private and his honorable discharge 
is still in the family. He died at Castile in 1823, aged sixty. 

James Noble commanded a company at Ticonderoga and 
Bennington. He also served in the General Court. He died 
in Vermont in 181 7, aged eighty-one. 

Also No. 8655. 

Mrs. Lovina Hollembeak Fowler. 9^67 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Inman H. Fowler. 

Descendant of William Pond, Barnabas Ames, William Hol- 
lembeak, Capt. James Noble and Joseph Lord. 
Daughter of Alfred Ames Hollembeak and Emily Pond, his wife. 
See No. 9566. 

Mrs. Isabel Dempsey Ayer. 9^68 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Joseph Van Eaton Ayer. 

Descendant of Ephraim Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Work Dempsey and Sarah Daniels, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Daniels and Sophia Warren, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Warren and Hannah Dickerson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Warren and Sarah Kezer, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Warren belonged to a family of patriots. He re- 
sponded to the Lexington Alarm and served in the militia. 

Also No. 8391. 



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Miss Florence Davis. 9^69 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Frederick Davis, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Owen Watkins Davis and Elizabeth Savage, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Davis and Mary Leek, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Davis and Fanny Grieves, his wife. 

Frederick Davis, 1778, enlisted for three years in Capt. John 
Ingle's company, Second Battalion. He died in Tennessee 
in 1831, at the age of eighty-four. 

Mrs. Laura Davis Worley. 9^70 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Francis E. Worley. 
Descendant of Frederick Davis. 

Daughter of Owen Watkins Davis and Elizabeth Savage, his wife. 
See No. 9569. 

Mrs. Sarah Peirce Wild.wan. 9571 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Maj. John F. Wildman. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Mills, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Phineas Peirce and Margaret Jane Bissell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Mills Bissell and Sarah Comstock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Bissell and Margaret Mills, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Peter Mills and Rebecca Marsh, his wife. 

Peter Mills, 1775, served as lieutenant in Capt. Isaac Bost- 
wick's company. Col. Charles Webb's regiment. He com- 
manded a company at the Danbury raid. He died in 1829, at 
the age of eighty-eight. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Jack Latta. 9^72 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James M. Latta. 

Descendant of Gen. William Jack, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Jack, Jr., and Harriet Eason, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Jack and Margaret Wilson, his wife. 
See No. 9006. 

Mrs. Kate Ann Larzelere Caleb Duncan. 9573 

Born in Delaware. 
Wife of Rev. Walter Adair Duncan. 



206 DAUGHTERS O^ THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. Edward Roche, of Delaware. 
Daughter of Benjamin F. Larzelere and Ann E. Roche, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Manning Roche and Ann C. Savoy, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Roche and Eliza Brinckle, his wife. 

Edward Roche, who was born in Ireland, served as lieuten- 
ant and paymaster of Col. David Hall's regiment. He was 
taken prisoner at Camden and when exchanged served to the 
close of the war. He was a member of the Cincinnati and 
died at Wilmington in 1821, aged sixty-seven. 

Miss Augusta L. Edwards. 9^74 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jasper Edwards, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of JuUus Edwards and Parthenia Hotchkiss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jasper Edwards and Betsey Quick, his wife. 
Jasper Edwards served as a minute man and scout. 
Also No. 8745. 

Miss Katharine Cowles Wright. 957^ 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Jasper Edwards, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Pitkin Cowles Wright and Clara Edwards, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Julius Edwards and Parthenia Hotchkiss, his wife. 
See No. 9574. 

Miss Marie Loretta Huston. 9^76 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. John Huston, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George W. Huston and Mary Loretta Robinson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. James Huston and Martha Jane Cone, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Huston and Jane Charters, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Huston, who served in 
the Pennsylvania Line and in 1781 received depreciation pay. 

Miss Grace Ann Huston. 9577 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. John Huston. 



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Daughter of George W. Huston and Mary Loretta Robinson, his 
wife. 
See No. 9576. 

Mrs. Frances Coan Hayes. 9^78 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Walter I. Hayes. 

Descendant of Daniel Stone, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Williatn F. Coan and Catharine Louise Peck, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bennett Peck and Miranda Stone, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Leman Stone and Anna Camp, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Stone and Penelope Sperry, his 
wife. 

Daniel Stone was a soldier in Capt. Noble Benedict's com- 
pany, Col. Philip Bradley's regiment, when taken prisoner at 
Fort Washington. He was confined on the "Jersey" prison 
ship, but was released in 1777 on account of having the small- 
pox. He was in the battle of Stone Arabia in 1780 with the 
New York troops. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Kent in 1834, aged eighty-three. 

Mrs. Catharine Louisa Coan, 91^79 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of William F. Coan. 
Descendant of Daniel Stone. 

Daughter of Bennett Peck and Miranda Stone, his wife. 
See No. 9578. 

Mrs. Ida Whalen Armstrong. 9«j8o 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles Emerson Armstrong. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abel Whalen, of New York. 

Daughter of EHsha Stone Whalen and Catharine Groflf, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Whalen, Jr., and Rebecca Van Ostrand, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Whalen and Lydia Bixby, his wife. 

Abel Whalen served as lieutenant in the Ninth Albany coun- 
ty Regiment of militia commanded by Col. Peter Van Ness. 

Mrs. Pauline Langworthy Rood. 9^8 i 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of George W. Rood. 



208 DAUGHTERS OF THIS AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of James Langworthy, of Vermont; Serg^. Jona- 
than Massey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Edward Langworthy and Paulina Reeder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Stephen Langworthy and Betsy Massey, his 
wife. 

See No. 9010. 

Mrs. Frances Langworthy Gibbs. 9^82 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of A. H. Gibbs. 

Descendant of James Langworthy and of Sergt. Jonathan 
Massey. 
Daughter of Edward Langworthy and Paulina Reeder, his wife. 
See No. 9010. 

Mrs. Edith Ray Crapo Baldwin. 9^83 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of Martin Baldwin. 

Descendant of Corp. Joshua Crapo, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Philip Madison Crapo and Ruth Ada Ray, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philip Crapo and Hannah Crapo, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Crapo and Hannah Howland, his 
wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Crapo and Jane Haskins, his wife. 

Joshua Crapo, 1776, served as corporal at the Rhode Island 
Alarm. He enlisted in 1779 in Capt. Seth Talbot's company, 
Col. John Hathaway's regiment. He died at New Portland, 
Maine, in 1793, aged fifty-six. 

Mrs. Luella A. Kimball. 9984 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Ellwood D. Kimball. 

Descendant of Caleb Fowler, Ebenezer Fowler, Isaac 
Hotchkiss and Jared Chittenden, of Connecticut; Benjamin 
Treadway, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi Lincoln Johnson and Arvilla Lola Hayes, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Hayes and Sallie Hotchkiss Fowler, his 
wife; Caleb Johnson and Thirza Treadway, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Treadway and Hannah Stacey, his 
wife; Anson Fowler and Lois Hotchkiss, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Fowler and Molly Chittenden, his 



LINEAGE BOOK. 209 



wife; Isaac Hotchkiss and Ann Spinning, his wife; Jonathan Tread- 
way and Elizabeth Hayden, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Fowler and Desire Bristol, 
his wife; Jared Chittenden and Deborah Stone, his wife; Benjamin 
Treadway and Mary Maynard, his wife. 

Caleb Fowler, 1777, enlisted for three years and served 
under Capt. Elijah Humphrey and Capt. Daniel Hand. The 
musket that he captured at Monmouth is still in the family. 
He died at Burton, O., in 1822, at the age of sixty-seven. 

Ebenezer Fowler, 1775, turned out for the defense of Boston. 

Isaac Hotchkiss and Benjamin Treadway served several en- 
listments under different commands during the war. 

Jared Chittenden, 1776, was a private in Capt. Daniel 
Hand's company, Talcott's regiment, for the expedition to 
New York. He died in 1824, aged ninety. 

Mrs. Mary Casey Reynolds. 9^8^ 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of William Lair Reynolds. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Marshall and of Capt. Thomas 
Marshall, Jr., of Virginia. 

Daughter of James B. Casey and Lucy Marshall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Marshall and Lucy McDowell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall, Jr., and Frances Maitland 
Kennan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph 
Keith, his wife. 

Thomas Marshall led Culpeper minute men at the battle of 
Great Bridge. For his gallantry at Brandywine the House 
of Delegates voted him a sword, and his regiment covered 
the retreat at Germantown. He was among the surrendered 
at Charleston ; when exchanged served to the close of the war. 

Thomas Marshall, Jr., at seventeen, volunteered as a pri- 
vate under his father and he and his brothers, John and 
James Markham, saw hard service to the close of the war. 

Also Nos. 311, 3161, 5099, 7783. 

Miss Esther Carpenter Hutchins. 9986 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Morris, of Connecticut. 
14 



2IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Morris Campbell Hutchins and Lydia Frances Dim- 
mitt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Morris Aurelius Hutchins and Evalina Campbell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hutchins and Jerusha Bradley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Bradley and Amy Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his 
wife. 

Amos Morris was captain of a train band and during his 
service was twice captured. In 1779 ^^s house, barns and 
buildings for the manufacture of salt and cider, were de- 
stroyed and the family barely escaped with their lives. His 
parole as a prisoner of war, dated 1780, is still in the family. 

Also No. 7474. 

Miss Sallie Rodes Burnam. 9^87 

Born in Kentucky. 
Descendant of John Burnam, of Maryland ; Henry Rollins, 
of Pennsylvania ; Col. John Field and Capt. Robert Rodes, of 

Virginia. 

Daughter of Curtis Field Burnam and Sarah Helen Rollins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thompson Burnam and Lucinda Field, his wife; 
Anthony Wayne Rollins and Sarah Harris Rodes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Burnam and Mary Ann Fort, his wife; 
Henry Rollins and Mary Carson, his wife; Robert Rodes and Eliza 
Delaney, his wife; John Field and Diana Clark, his wife. 

John Burnam enlisted when a youth and was at the battles 
of Cowpens and Guilford Court House. He died in Ken- 
tucky in 1 83 1, aged sixty-nine. 

Henry Rollins served in the ranks at Brandywine. 

John Field led the Culpeper regiment at Point Pleasant, 
where he fell in the retreat of Cornstalk and his warriors. 

Robert Rodes commanded a company for sea-coast defense. 
The depreciated money that he received for his services is 
still in the family, and his monument is at Richmond, Ky. 

Mrs. Annie Phillips McChord. 9^88 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of John McChord. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Seymour, of Connecticut. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 211 



Daughter of Hugh B. Phillips and Elizabeth Seymour, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Austin Seymour and Martha Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Seymour, Jr., and Elizabeth Steele, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Seymour and Lydia King, his wife. 

Daniel Seymour, who had served in the early wars, com- 
manded a company from Hartford in the alarm list under 
Col. Hezekiah Wyllys. He died in 1815, aged eighty-five. 

Mrs. Rose Phillips Johnston. 9^89 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Henry Wallace Johnston. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Seymour. 

Daughter of Hugh B. Phillips and Elizabeth Seymour, his wife. 
See No. 9588. 

Mrs. Zelia Krumbhaar Feet, 9^90 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of J. Doddridge Peet. 

Descendant of Col. William Butler, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Krumbhaar and Jane Butler McCutcheon, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel McCutcheon and Rebecca Butler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Butler and Jane Carmichael, his wife. 

William Butler, 1776, was captain in CoL Arthur St. Clair's 
battalion and in 1778 served as aide to Lord Stirling. He 
was retired at the close of the war with the rank of colonel. 

Also No. 8769. 

Mrs. Irene Watkins Wheeless. 95'9i 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of George Wheeless. 

Descendant of Maj. Adam McDonald and of Willis McDon- 
ald, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Benjamin F. Watkins and Anna Leggett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin F. Watkins and Sarah Garner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Watkins and Sarah McDonald, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Willis McDonald and Dorsia Owen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam McDonald. 

Willis McDonald was a soldier under Marion when he 



212 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

received his honorable discharge after the battle of Eutaw 

Springs. He died in Mississippi in 1840, aged eighty. 

Adam McDonald served as an officer from 1775 until he 

was killed in 1777. 
Also No. 8767. 

Mrs. Lena May Quirk Allyn. 9J92 

Horn in Louisiana. 
Wife of W. H. Allyn. 

Descendant of Maj. Adam McDonald and Willis McDonald. 
Daughter of Andrew J. Quirk and Sarah C. Watkins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John A. Watkins and Caroline E. Campbell, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Watkins and Sarah McDonald, his wife. 
See No. 9591. 

Mrs. Laura Williams Talbott. 959j 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Hatteesly Worthington Talbott. 

Descendant of Col. Elie Williams, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Zachariah Holland and Laura Sophia Williams, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Otho Holland Williams and Elizabeth Bowie 
Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elie Williams and Anna Barbara Grosh, his 
wife. 

Elie Williams served as quartermaster and as clerk of Wash- 
ington county court. He was subsequently commissioned 
colonel. He died in 1822, at the age of seventy-two. 

Mrs. Isabelle Somers Merrill. 9jj94 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Frank Merrill. 

Descendant of Jacob Knight and of Joseph Weston, of , 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Smith Barbour and Emily Knight, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Knight and Mary Weston, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Knight and Mary Knight, his wife; and 
of Joseph Weston. 

Jacob Knight, 1775, served in Capt. Samuel Noyes' com- 
pany. He died at Falmouth in 1843, at the age of eighty-six. 

Joseph Weston was a soldier at Machias under Capt. Joel 
Whitney, Foster's regiment. 



I^INEAG^ BOOK. 213 



Mrs. Lucy Webster Fogg. 9^9^ 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Almon H. Fogg. 

Descendant of Ens. Benjamin .Haskell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Hasey and Julia Houlton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Houlton and Sarah Haskell, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Haskell, who was in the 
battle of Bunker Hill and was promoted to ensign in Parson's 
regiment. He died at New Salem in 1804, aged fifty-eight. 

Also No. 2737. 

Mrs. Elizabeth L. P. Adams Garland. 9^96 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of James G. Garland. 

Descendant of Sergt. Moses Bradbury and of Rev. John 
Adams, of Maine. 

Daughter of George H. Adams and Mary Bradbury, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Bradbury and Joanna Hill, his wife; Sam- 
uel Adams and Elizabeth Lemon Prentice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Bradbury and Mary Page, his wife; 
John Adams and Hannah Chesley, his wife. 

Moses Bradbury, 1776, served at Dorchester Heights in 
Capt. John Elden's company, under Col. Lemuel Robinson. 

John Adams, a graduate of Harvard, was a patriot preacher 
and served on the Committee of Durham to aid the Boston 
sufferers. He died at Newfield in 1792, aged sixty-seven. 

Mrs. Mary Rosabel Brackett Plummer. 91^97 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Charles Averill Plummer. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Snow, of Maine. 

Daughter of Seth Higgins Brackett and Elizabeth Ann Libby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Brackett and Mary Andrus Hadlock, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brackett and Lucy Snow, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Snow, who in 1776 was 
elected lieutenant for the South District militia of Truro. 

Mrs. Lizzie Thomas Pennell King. 9^98 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Warren C. King. 



214 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Descendant of Jacob Anderson, Jr., and of Corp. James 

Doughty, of Maine. 

Daughter of Thomas Pennell and Lettice Orr Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pennell and Dollie Stover, his wife; George 
L. Williams and Lettice E. Barstow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pennell and Alice Anderson, his 
wife; Robert Barstow and Priscilla F. Doughty, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Anderson, Jr., and of James 
Doughty. 

Jacob Anderson, Jr., turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

James Doughty was a minute man under Capt. John 
Brackett and served as corporal under the same command. 
He later enlisted for three years. 

Mrs. Justelle Barbour Cummings. 9^99 

Born in Maine. 

Widow of Dr. Isaac Ilsley Cummings. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Wilson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Barbour and Jane Morse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Barbour and Ann Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Wilson and Anna Huston, his wife. 

Nathaniel Wilson, 1778, served in Capt. Jesse Partidge's 
company of Volunteers from Falmouth, Me., in Col. John 
Greaton's Third Massachusetts Regiment. 

Mrs. Julia Barbour Robinson. 9600 

Born in Maine. 
Widow of Edward Breck Robinson. 
Descendant of Lieut. Nathaniel Wilson. 
Daughter of John Barbour and Jane Morse, his wife. 
See No. 9599. 

Mrs, Anna Leland Bailey. 9601 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Alvin R. Bailey. 

Descendant of Isaac Leland, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Murray Leland and Sophronia Page Savage, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of John Leland and Hariet Etheridge, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of 'John Leland and Anna Annibal, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Leland and Mary Smith, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 215 



Isaac Leland, 1775, enlisted as a soldier and was killed in 
1777 while serving near New York City. 
Also No. 7213. 

Mrs. Mary Charlotte Bliss Wales. 9602 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Quincy Wales. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Bliss, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. O. H. White, D. D., and Charlotte Bliss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Bliss and Mary Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Bliss and Sarah Hall Young, his 
wife. 

Abraham Bliss turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
served as quartermaster in the Second Regiment of militia, 
Light Horse, during the war. He died in 1795, aged fifty-two. 

Mrs. Susie Winslow Sawyer. 9603 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edmund Hinckley Sawyer. 

Descendant of Capt. Phinehas Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Joseph Winslow Winslow and Emily Bement 
Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Jared Bement and Emily Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Enos Smith and Hannah Ware, his wife. 

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

Phinehas Smith, 1774-75, was a delegate to the Provincial 

Congress. He commanded a company at the Lexington 

Alarm and marched at the Bennington Alarm under Col. Rug- 

gles Woodbridge. He was a member of the General Court 

from 1777-81, and died at Granby in 1787, aged seventy. 
Also No. 6819. 

Miss Alice Clark. 9604 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Clapp, Asahel Clark, Eliakim 
Clark and Lieut. Silas Brown, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horace Lyman Clark and Sarah Webster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anson Kingsley Clark and Laura Brown, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliakim Clark and Lydia Kingsley, his wife; 
Eli Brown and Sarah Lyman, his wife. 



2l6 DAUGHTISRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Clark and Submit Clapp, his wife; 
Silas Brown and Catherine Searl, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Clapp and Submit Strong, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Clapp, 1776, was appointed major under Col. Seth 
Pomeroy. In 1778 he resigned on account of advanced age. 

Asahel Clark, who had fought in the early wars, enlisted in 
1776. He served under different commands and rose to the 
rank of lieutenant. He died in 1822, at the age of eighty-five. 
His wife was the daughter, sister, wife and mother of revolu- 
tionary soldiers, and her memory is perpetuated by the 

Chapter at Easthampton bearing her name. 

Also No. 6863. 

Eliakim Clark, at the age of fifteen, turned out at the Ticon- 
deroga Alarm and served several enlistments during the war. 

Silas Brown, 1776, was lieutenant of the Hampshire county 

Regiment and served in the Burgoyne campaign. 
Also No. 4364. 

Miss Edith Clark. 960J 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Clapp, Lieut. Asahel Clark, 
Eliakim Clark and Lieut. Silas Brown. 
Daughter of Horace Lyman Clark and Sarah Webster, his wife. 
See No. 9604. 

Miss Dorcas Chapin Miller. 9606 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Ephraim Chapin, Abel Chapin and 
Medad Edwards, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Abner Miller and Sophia Warner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Pearly Warner and Electa Chapin, his wife, 
Abner Miller and Lois Edwards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Chapin and Jemima Chapin, his wife; 
and of Medad Edwards. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Chapin and Hannah Colton, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Chapin, who had fought in the early wars, served 
at Ticonderoga. In 1778 he commanded a company under 
Col. Ruggles Woodbridge. He died at Chicopee in 1805, 
where he was born in 1729. 



I^INEAGE BOOK. 217 



Abel Chapin, 1776, enlisted from Chicopee under Col. 
Charles Colton and marched to Lake Champlain. 

Medad Edwards served as a soldier. His name is on a 
tablet in Memorial Hall at Northampton, where he was born 
in 1726 and died in 1806. 

Miss Alice Whitney Alvord. 9607 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Ephraim Chapin, Abel Chapin and 

Medad Edwards. 

Daughter of Whitney F. Alvord and Sophia Warner Miller, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Abner Miller and Sophia Warner, his wife. 

See No. 9606. 

Miss Mary Webster Clark. 9608 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Clapp, Lieut. Asahel Clark, 

Eliakim Clark and Lieut. Silas Brown. 
Daughter of Horace Lyman Clark and Sarah Webster, his wife. 
See No. 9604. 

Miss Annie May Taylor. 9609 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Caleb Montague, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Grosvenor Taylor and Lora Janet Graves, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Harrison Graves and Susan Montague, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Montague and Mary Pomeroy, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Montague and Sarah Clark, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Montague and Eunice Root, his 
wife. 

Caleb Montague turned out at the Lexington Alarm and in 
1776 commanded a company of the Sixth Regiment and his 
commission is a valued relic. He was born in 173 1, at Sun- 
derland, where he died in 1782, from exposure in the field. 

Also No. 4926. 

Mrs. Susie Belle Bosworth Munn. 9610 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Leslie Munn. 



2l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Bly, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Edwin Ruthven Bos worth and Hannah Elmina Bar- 
ron, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Barron and Anna Bly, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Bly and Hannah Ray, his wife. 

John Bly, 1775-78, served six enlistments under different 

commands. He was a pensioner when he died at Lyndon, Vt.^ 

in 1845, ^^ the age of eighty-eight. 

Miss Lucy S. Smith. 96 h 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lewis Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David Smith and Laura Cargill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Smith and Eunice Judd, his wife. 

Lewis Smith, although but a lad, served on seven tours of 
duty with the minute men. He was a pensioner when he died 
at Northampton in 1838, at the age of seventy-five. 

Mrs. Emily Bement Winslow. 9612 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Dr. Joseph W. Winslow. 

Descendant of Capt. Phinehas Smith, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Dr. Jared Bement and Emily Smith, his wife. 
See No. 9603. 

Miss Sarah Lou Galloupe. 96 ij 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Levi Preston, Amos Gallop and Sergt. Timo- 
thy Ross, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of David R. Galloupe and Martha Preston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Preston and Abigail Abbott, his wife; David 
B. Galloupe and Rebecca Richards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Preston and Mehitable Nichols, his 
wife; Israel Gallop and Betsey Ross, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Gallop and Anna Porter, his wife; 
and of Timothy Ross. 

Levi Preston turned out at the Lexington Alarm and in 1777 
was a soldier in Capt. Jonathan Proctor's company. He died 
in 1849 at Dan vers, where he was born in 1756. 

Amos Gallop enlisted in 1777 in Capt. Richard Dodge's 



LIN^AG^ BOOK. 219 



company and marched to reinforce Gates at the northward. 
In 1778 he served in the regiment of Guards. 

Timothy Ross was a soldier who enlisted under different 
commands throughout the war. 

Mrs. Ellen Louisa Perkins. 9614 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry A. Perkins. 

Descendant of Col. Enoch Putnam, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Gustavus Putnam and Ruth Colcord, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Timothy Putnam and Hannah Putnam, his wife. 
See No. 9098. 

Mrs. Mary Stratton Pike, 9611^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James Pike. 

Descendant of Capt. Aaron Smith, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Daniel Stratton and Tryphena Rice Holman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Stratton and Cally Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Smith and Beulah Woodward, his wife. 

Aaron Smith commanded a company of minute men that 
marched to Lexington under Col. William Heath. Several 
were killed and wounded that eventful day. He died at Need- 
ham in 1795, where he was born in 1730. 

Mrs. Claire Hutchinson Tapley. 9616 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Walter Augustus Tapley. 
Descendant of Levi Preston, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Edward Hutchinson and Almira Preston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Preston and Syrena P. Cross, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Preston and Mehitable Nichols, his wife. 
See No. 9613. 

Mrs. Josephine E Howe. 9617 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Albert W. Howe. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. John Stark, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Stark Moore and Lucy Kendall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Goff Moore and Emelia Stark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Stark, Jr., and Mary Huse, his wife. 



220 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Stark and Elizabeth Page, his wife. 

John Stark left his farm and organized a regiment of hardy 

woodsmen and led them at Bunker Hill. He was at Trenton 

and Princeton, but it was at Bennington, where he was in 

command, that he won the great victory. He was in active 

service to the close of the war, when he retired to his farm, 

where he died aged ninety-four, and where he is buried. 
Also Nos. 2423, 5253, 7447. 

Miss Harriet Colcord Hutchinson. 9618 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Daniel Town, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alfred Hutchinson and Abbie J. Colcord, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eben Payson Colcord and Sarah Town, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Town and Hitta Brown, his wife. 

Daniel Town, 1777, at the age of seventeen, enlisted in Capt. 
Samuel Flint's company. Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment. 
He died at Danvers in 1813, where he was born in 1760. 

Miss Fidelia Jane Bowdoin. 9619 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Asa Tapley, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of David W. Bowdoin and Florence E. Tapley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gilbert Tapley and Fidelia Robinson, his wife. 
See No. 9101. 

Miss Harriet Maria Bates. 9620 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jeremiah Page, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert A. Bates and H. Maria Webster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bates and Martha Endicott Page, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Page and Martha Endicott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Page and Martha Crosby, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Page commanded a company from Danvers at the 
Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he was appointed lieutenant colo- 
nel of the Eighth Essex county Regiment, Farley's brigade. 
He died in 1806, at the age of eighty-four. 

Also Nos. 4975, 8479. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 221 



Mrs. Emma Sargent George. 9621 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James Freeman George. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Rix, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Moses Sargent and Persis R. Crane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nahum Crane and Margaret Rix, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Rix and Esther Clark, his wife. 

Nathaniel Rix, 1776, enlisted as a drummer. In 1778 he 
served in Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment for the defense of 
the frontier. He died in 1828, at the age of seventy-five. 

Mrs, Harriet C. Allen. 9622 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Charles H. Allen. 

Descendant of Benjamin Davis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Dean and Sarah Bowers Chase, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luther Chase and Sarah Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Davis and Sarah Bowers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Davis and Lydia Nichols, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Davis, 1777, turned out in Capt. William Hicks' 
Dartmouth company, Pope's regiment. 

Miss Josephine Helen Earl. 9623 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. John Ford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William D. Earl and Helen B. Corliss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John L. Corliss and Lydia L. Woodbury, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John L. Corliss and Sarah Ford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ford and Sarah Barker, his wife. 

John Ford turned out from Chelmsford at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Oliver Barron's company. He was captain 
of a company under different commands. He was at Bunker 
Hill and in 1777 reinforced the army in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign. He died at Lowell in 1822, aged eighty-two. 

Mrs. Mary Woodbury Earl Wood. 9624 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of F. A. Wood. 
Descendant of Capt. John Ford. 

Daughter of William D. Earl and Helen B. Corliss, his wife. 
See No. 9623. 



222 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Sarah G. Lambert. 962^ 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Henry M. Lambert. 
Descendant of Capt. John Ford. 

Daughter of John L. Corliss and Lydia L. Woodbury, his wife. 
See No. 9623. 

Mrs. Abby Abbot Wood. 9626 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Widow of Rev. Horatio Wood. 

Descendant of Maj. Abiel Abbot, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Rev. Jacob Abbot and Catherine Thayer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abiel Abbot and Dorcas Abbot, his wife. 

Abiel Abbot gave valuable civil service as selectman, and as 

a member of the General Court. He commanded militia that 

marched to the relief of Ticonderoga, and was muster master 

to the close of the contest. He died in 1809, aged sixty-eight. 
Also No. 7205. 

Miss Mary Fredrika Folsom. 9627 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. James Frye, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederic Folsom and Catherine Bradley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Bradley and Mary Poor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Poor and Hannah Frye, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Frye and Elizabeth Osgood, his 
wife. 

James Frye, who had served at Louisburg, commanded a 
regiment at Bunker Hill, where he was wounded. He died 
in 1776 at Andover, where he was born in 1710. 

Also No. 5264. 

Mrs. Helen Mack Lawton. 9628 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick Lawton. 
Descendant of Jacob Flynn, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Sewall G. Mack and Orpah Spalding, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Spalding and Mary Colburn Flynn, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Flynn and Mary Pearson, his wife. 

Jacob Flynn turned out from Wilmington to reinforce the 



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Northern Army in the Burgoyne campaign. He died at Mil- 
ford, 1827, at the age of seventy. 

Mrs. Alice Eastman Nesmith. 9629 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James Ernest Nesmith. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Isaac Chandler Eastman and Helen French, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gen. Isaac Eastman and Abigail Tay, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., and Ruth Bradley, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., 1775, served in the Canadian cam- 
paign in a company of Rangers commanded by Capt. James 
Osgood. He died at Concord in 1839, aged eighty-four. 

Also No. 6101. 

Mrs. Harriet Francena Brock. 9630 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Greenleaf Coburn Brock. 

Descendant of Corp. Ebenezer How, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of James Madison Howe and Sarah Kilburn Fowler, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of James How and Martha Drake, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer How and Hannah Mallon, his wife. 

Ebenezer How, 1779, at the age of seventeen, enlisted under 
Capt. James Mallon. At the close of the war he was corporal 
of the company. He died in New Hampshire in 1829. 

Miss Harriet Coburn. 9631 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Benjamin Butterfield, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Butterfield Coburn and Elizabeth West, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Coburn and Patty Butterfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Butterfield and Sarah Chamberlain, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Butterfield turned out at the Lexington Alarm 
in Capt. Moses Parker's company. He served at the siege 
of Boston and in 1777 was under Capt. John Ford, Col. Jona- 
than Reed's regiment, that marched to reinforce the North- 
ern Army. He died at Lowell in 1837, aged seventy-eight. 



224 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Alice Nichols Stevens, 9632 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Jonathan Tyler Stevens. 
Descendant of Benjamin Butterfield. 

Daughter of Charles Butterfield Coburn and Elizabeth West, his 
wife. 
See No. 9631. 

Mrs. Martha Coburn Ellingwood. 6933 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward Ellingwood. 
Descendant of Benjamin Butterfield. 

Daughter of Charles Butterfield Coburn and Elizabeth West, his 
wife. 
See No. 9631. 

Miss Anna Ellis Grover. 9634 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Lufkin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles E. Grover and Ann Thomas Friend, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Grover and Harriet Lufkin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Lufkin and Martha Giddings, his wife. 

Moses Lufkin enlisted as a drummer in Capt. Richard 

Dodge's company, Col. Laomi Baldwin's regiment, for the 

siege of Boston. He reenlisted in 1776 and in 1777 served 

under Col. Jonathan Titcomb. He died in 1846, aged ninety. 
Also No. 7506. 

Mrs. Katharine Parker Pearce. 963 j 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Fred A. Pearce. 
Descendant of Moses Lufkin. 

Daughter of John Parker and Eleanoe Elvin Quinlan, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Parker and Nancy Lufkin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Lufkin and Martha Giddings, his 
wife. 
See No. 9634. 

Mrs. Clementine Grover Lawrence. 9636 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Gustavus L. Lawrence. 
Descendant of Moses Lufkin. 

Daughter of Charles E. Grover and Ann Thomas Friend, his wife. 
See No. 9634. 



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Miss Nancy Parker. 9637 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Lufkin. 

Daughter of John Parker and Eleanor Elvin Quinlan, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Parker and Nancy Lufkin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Lufkin and Martha Giddings, his wife. 
See No. 9634. 

Miss Jane Parker. 9638 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Lufkin. 

Daughter of John Parker and Eleanor Elvin Quinlan, his wife. 

See No. 9634, 9637. 

Mrs. Harriet Procter Rust Dolliver. 9639 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward Dolliver. 

Descendant of Moses Rust, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Procter Rust and Caroline Amelia Bruce, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Rust and Lucy Procter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Rust and Patience Lufkin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Rust and Sarah Choate, his wife. 

Moses Rust, 1776, served in the coast defense. He died in 
1827 at Gloucester, where he was born in 1740. 

Also No. 1987. 

Mrs. Charlotte Howard Sargent Clark. 9640 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Aaron F. Clark. 

Descendant of Ignatius Webber, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Solomon Sargent and Charlotte Webber Plummer, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Plummer and Mary Webber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ignatius Webber, Jr., and Abigail Ring, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ignatius Webber and Elizabeth Stewart, 
his wife. 

Ignatius Webber, 1778, served as a seaman on the "Hazard" 

and was among the prisoners sent to Boston from Halifax. 

In 1780 he was recommended to the Council as commander 

of the ship "Commerce.^ 
Also No. 8485. 

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226 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Frances Ball Fisher. 9641 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Lieut. David Fisher and of Lieut. John Way, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Warren Fisher and Virginia Ellingwood Sistare, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Fisher and Lucretia Bucknam, his wife; 
George K. Sistare and Sarah V. Cole, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Fisher and Elizabeth Estey, his wife; 
Joseph Sistare and Nancy Way, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Fisher and Abigail Lewis, his wife; 
John Way and Lucy Lord, his wife. 

David Fisher, at the Lexington Alarm, was lieutenant in 
Capt. Edward Bridge Savel's company, and in 1776 he served 
under Capt. Stephen Penniman. 

John Way served in the defense of Fort Griswold. 

Miss Marion Gardner Fisher. 9642 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Fisher and of Benjamin Rich- 
ards, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Warren Fisher and Maria Richards Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Fisher and Lucretia Bucknam, his wife; 
Winslow Lewis and Emeline Richards, his wife. 

See No. 9641. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Richards and Mary Coit, his wife. 

Benjamin Richards, 1779, served as midshipman on the 

"Confederacy" on her first cruise under Capt. Seth Harding. 
Also No. 2299. 

Miss Edith Slade Ticknor. 964^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. Elisha Ticknor, of New Hampshire; 
Ens. Benjamin Holt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Holt Ticknor and Caroline Coolidge Cush- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Davis Ticknor and Emeline Stamford 
Holt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Ticknor and Betsey Ellis, his wife, 
Benjamin Holt and Ruth Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Ticknor and Deborah Davis, his 
wife; Benjamin Holt and Esther Webb, his wife. 



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Elisha Ticknor, 1775, had a command in the expedition 
against Crown Point. He died in 1822, aged eighty-six. 

Benjamin Holt served at the siege of Boston, and in 1777 
was ensign of the Fourth Regiment in the New Jersey cam- 
paign. He died at Hampton in 1809, aged sixty-one. 

Also No. 4326. 

Mrs. Mary Crowninshield Whitwell. 9644 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick A. Whitwell. 

Descendant of Israel Dodge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Silsbee and Marianne Cabot Devereux, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Humphrey Devereux and Eliza Dodge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Dodge and Lucia Pickering, his wife. 

Israel Dodge, 1775, was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Salem. He died in 1822, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs. Josephine Quarrier Sterrett. 964^ 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of Prof. J. R. Sitlington Sterrett. 

Descendant of Col. John Cabell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Joel Shrewsbury Quarrier and Frances Cabell Friend, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas R. Friend and Frances Cabell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. John Jordan Cabell and Henry Ann 
Davies, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Cabell and Paulina Jordan, his wife. 

John Cabell was chairman of the Buckingham Committee 
of Safety and was appointed county lieutenant and chief 
commander of the militia. He was a member of the House 
of Delegates and of the Convention of 1776 and one of four 
patriot brothers who rendered civil and military service dur- 
ing the Revolution. He died in 1815, at the age of eighty. 

Also Nos. 1783, 5403. 

Miss Anna C. Kenrick. 9646 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Caleb Kenrick and of John Kenrick, 
of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Adams Kenrick and M. S. M. Stedman, his wife. 



228 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

Granddaughter of John Kenrick and Mehitable Meriam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Kenrick and Anna Dana, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Kenrick and Abigail Bowen, his 
wife. 

Caleb Kenrick and his son John turned out from Newton 
at the Lexington Alarm, under Capt. Jeremiah Wiswall. 

Miss Hannah Maria Dearborn. 9647 

Born in Massachusetts.' 

Descendant of Jonathan Dearborn, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Ebenezer Dearborn and Hannah Davis Dyson, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Dearborn and Delia Robie, his wife. 

Jonathan Dearborn, 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Daniel 

Runnel's company. Col. Thomas Tash's regiment, raised for 

service in New York. He died in 1826, aged eighty. 
Also No. 7511. 

Mrs. Julia Eliza Lapham Thurston. 9648 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of George Henry Thurston. 

Descendant of Asahel Fisher, of Connecticut; Ens. Israel 

Arnold, of Rhode Island, 

Daughter of Judge Louis Lapham and Stella Ann Arnold, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Arnold and Lydia Fisher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Fisher and Anna Borden, his wife; 
Israel Arnold and Deborah OIney, his wife. 

Israel Arnold served several enlistments during the war. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Smithfield in 1840, where 

he was born in 1754. 

Also Nos. 1523, 2921, 6946. 

Asahel Fisher enlisted at the age of seventeen in Capt. 
Stephen Crosby's company. Col. Comfort Sage's regiment. 
He was in the retreat from New York and the battle of White 
Plains. He died at Pawtucket, R. I., in 181 5. 

Mrs. Marion Hathaway Thurston Read. 9649 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Louis Napoleon Read. 
Descendant of Asahel Fisher and of Ens. Israel Arnold. 



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Daughter of George Henry Thurston and Julia Eliza Lapman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Louis Lapham and Stella Ann Arnold, his 
wife. 

See No. 9648. 

Mrs. Cornelia W. Lincoln Davol. 96^0 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Bradford Durfee Davol. 

Descendant of Capt. Rufus Lincoln and of Gen. George 
Godfrey, of Massachusetts; John Manchester, Abner Soule 
and Dorcas Seabury Soule, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Minor Sprague Lincoln and Mary Ann Manchester 
(Borden), his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Lincoln and Lydia Sprague, his wife; Wil- 
liam Cook Manchester and Anna Soule, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Manchester and Sarah Church Bailey, 
his wife; Minor Sprague and Deborah Godfrey, his wife; Abner Soule 
and Dorcas Seabury, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Godfrey and Lydia Hodges, his 
wife. 

Rufus Lincoln was at the siege of Boston, Ticonderoga, the 
Burgoyne campaign and at the surrender. He was captured 
near Valley Forge in 1777 and not exchanged until 1781. He 
served until peace was declared. He died at Wareham in 
1838, at the age of eight)'-seven. 

George Godfrey commanded a regiment at the beginning 
of the war and in 1776 was promoted to brigadier general. 

Also Nos. 1718, 3827. 

Abner Soule served in the Tiverton company of militia for 
the defense of the State. 

Dorcas Seabury Soule captured a British spy while the 
enemy had possession of Newport. 

John Manchester, 1775, was a soldier in Capt. Jeremiah 
Olney's company, Hitchcock's regiment, in the army of Ob- 
servation and in 1776 served on coast guard duty. 

Mrs. Harriet Eliza Sessions Tucker. 96^1 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry M. Tucker. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Joseph Scott and of Lieut. Moses Scott, of 
Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Abner Sessions and Emily Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Scott and Eunice Merritt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Scott and Mary Todd, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Scott and Jemima Jewett, his wife. 

Moses Scott was a minute man in Capt. Edward Payson's 
company that marched at the Lexington Alarm. He served 
in the New York campaign of 1776 under Capt. John Dodge. 
He died at Rowley in 1817, where he was born in 1742. 

Joseph Scott, 1776, was appointed on the Committee of 
Safety of Rowley. 

Mrs. Amy Howard Wood Towne. 96^2 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frederick Mayo Tenney Towne. 

Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Hartwell and of Daniel Lothrop, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Warren Shaw Wood and Martha Ann Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Snell Howard and Julia Ann Howard, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Alfred Howard and Hannah Hartwell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hartwell and Abihal Lothrop, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Lothrop. 

Isaac Hartwell served as recruiting officer and was a pen- 
sioner when he died in 183 1, at the age of seventy-nine. 

Also No. 4359. 

Daniel Lothrop was among the patriots of Bridgewater who 
signed the declaration to defend the colonies. 






Mrs. Julia Cornelia Billings Mayo. 96^3 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Hon. Alfred N. Mayo. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Johnson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Horace E. Billings and Frances C. Stebbins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Laban H. Stebbins and Susan Davis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Davis and Sarah Johnson, his wife. 
Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan Johnson, who 
turned out from Stafford at the Lexington Alarm. He re- 



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enlisted in the company of Capt. Hezekiah Parsons and was in 
the battle of White Plains. 

Mrs. Anna Candace Kibbe Kibbe. 9694 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Harry Gager Kibbe. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph King, of Hassachusetts. 
Daughter of James Monroe Kibbe and Hannah Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Capt. John Carpenter and Fanny King, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph King and Mary Robbins, his wife. 
See No. 9089. 

Mrs. Mary Lincoln. 96^^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Ernest Wilbur Lincoln. 

Descendant of Col. Paul Revere, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Otis Lincoln and Adeline Lincoln, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jedediah Lincoln and Mary Revere, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Revere and Sarah Orne, his wife. 

Paul Revere, who had fought in the early wars, was one of 
the leaders in the destruction of the tea in Boston har- 
bor. He made the press, engraved the plates and printed the 
paper money ordered by the Provincial Congress. He learn- 
ed the art of making gunpowder and built a mill for that pur- 
pose. He was a member of a secret society which watched 
the Tories, and when he apprised the Whigs of the movement 
of British troops he was sent out by the president of the Com- 
mittee of Safety to arouse the minute men. His midnight 

ride has been immortalized by Longfellow's narrative poem. 
Also Nos. 115, 8785. 

Mrs. Edith Kenney Smith Widden. 96^6 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Guy C. Widden. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Smith and of Simeon 
Rounds, of Rhode Island; Col. George Claghorn, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Edward Smith and Anjeanette Kenney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Kenney and Irene Adeline Smith, his wife; 
Channing Smith and Eliza Beebe, his wife. 



232 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Smith and Celinda Rounds, his wife; 
William Beebe and Grace Claghorn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Freelove Boss, his 
wife; George Claghorn and Deborah Brownell, his wife; and of Sim- 
eon Rounds. 

See No. 9549. 

Jonathan Smith was at Bunker Hill, Long Island, Trenton, 
Princeton and Valley Forge. He was a pensioner when he 
died in 1841 at Scituate, where he was born in 1746. 

Also No. 2192. 

Simeon Rounds enlisted as a soldier and survived to receive 
a pension for his services. 

Miss Sylvia Allen. 96^7 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Larned, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Lewis Allen and Julia Larned, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gen. Charles Larned and Sylvia Colt, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Simon Larned, who, 1777-80, 
served as adjutant under Col. William Shephard. He also 
commanded a company of the Fourth Regiment. 

Also No. 2392. 

Mrs. Eliza W. Eaton. 96^8 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Theodore H. Eaton. 

Descendant of Abraham Wheelwright, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rufus W. Clark and Eliza W. Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas M. Clark and Rebecca Wheelwright, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Wheelwright and Rebecca Knight, 
his wife. 

Abraham Wheelwright served as a soldier at Winter Hill, 

Long Island and in the New Jersey campaign. He was a 

pensioner when he died in 1850, at the age of ninety-three. 
Also No. 3001. 

Mrs. Ellen Wells Russell. 96^9 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Alfred Russell. 
Descendant of Rev. Noah Welles, of Connecticut. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 233 



Daughter of Hon. Noah B. Wells and Phoebe Palmer Hewitt, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Noah Welles and Sarah Lawrence, his wife. 

Noah Welles was a patriot preacher who advocated from his 
pulpit resistance to the Crown. He died at Stamford in 1776, 
where he had preached for thirty years. 

Miss Mary E. Kilbourn. 9660 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. John Kilbourn, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Kilbourn and Mary Ann Kellog Noble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Truman Kilbourn and Mary Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Kilbourn and Anna Smith, his wife. 

John Kilbourn was sergeant in the Berkshire county 
militia under Capt. Enos Parker. He commanded a com- 
pany in 1780 in Col. Benjamin Symond's regiment. He died 
in New York in 1820, aged eighty-five. 

Miss Edith Williams. 9661 

Born in Michigan. 
Descendant of Col. James Otis and of Gen. Joseph Otis, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Gallup Williams and Julia Hanna, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Valentine Claiborn Hanna and Mary Frances 
Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Justin Smith and Maria Brenneck Lloyd, his 
wife. 

See No. 9038. 

Mrs. Caroline Fox Kershner. 9662 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward F. Kershner. 

Descendant of Jehiel Fox, Capt. Hezekiah Baldwin, Capt. 
John Wright and Peleg Chesebrough, of Connecticut; Wil- 
liam Freeman, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Maj. Charles James Fox and Louise Octavia Wright, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Norman Fox and Jane De Hart Freeman, 
his wife; John Calvin Wright and Louise Marsh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jehiel Fox and Jerusha Baldwin, his wife; 
Calvin Wright and Sarah Treadway, his wife; William Freeman and 
Betsey Chesebrough, his wife: 



234 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Baldwin; and of John Wright 
and Ruth Robinson, his wife; Peleg Chesebrough; William Freeman. 

Jehiel Fox enlisted in Capt. Elijah Bostwick's company 
which marched to the relief of Fort Griswold. His four elder 
brothers, Reuben, Ansel, Hubbard and Allen, also gave valiant 
service. He died at Chestertown, N. Y., in 1823. 

Hezekiah Baldwin, 1775, commanded a company of Albany 
county militia under Col. Goose Van Schaick. 

Peleg Chesebrough, 1778, represented Stonington in the 
General Assembly. 

William Freeman served in the Morris county militia. 

John Wright commanded a company at the battles of White 
Plains, Trenton, Germantown and Monmouth. He died at 

Catskill, N. Y., in 1805, aged sixty-one. 
Also Nos. 6585, 8731. 

Mrs. Harriette Pierson Stryker Butler. 9665 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edward Harter Butler. 

Descendant of Capt. John Stryker, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of John Stryker and Frances Hubbard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Perrine Stryker and Harriette Pierson^ 
his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Stryker and Lydia Cornell, his wife. 

John Stryker commanded a troop of Somerset county 
Light Horse and gave valuable service when the State was 
overrun by the enemy. He died in 1786, aged forty-six. 

Mrs. Harriette Hyde Wells. 9664 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Frederick L. Wells. 

Descendant of Anderson Dana, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Milton Hyde and Harriette Edson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Hyde and Sarah Dana, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anderson Dana and Susanna Huntington, his 
wife. 

Anderson Dana was a member of the Assembly when he 
volunteered to defend the Wyoming Valley and aroused the 
people to action. He was killed in the massacre and his name 
is on the monument commemorating the battle. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 235 



Miss Ellen Botsford Bach. 966^ 

Born in Michigan. 
Descendant of Ephraim Smith and of David Botsford, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Philip Bach and Anna Botsford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elnathan Botsford and Eliza Smith, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Waitstill Smith and Susan Brett, his wife; 
and of Eli Botsford. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Smith and Abbey Higgins, his 
wife; David Botsford and Hannah Skeels, his wife. 

Ephraim Smith was a soldier under different commands and 
was in the battle of White Plains. He had seven brothers who 
served during the Revolution. He died in Michigan, in 1839, 

at the advanced age of ninety-nine. 
Also No. 8793. 
David Botsford, 1775, served in the militia. 

Mrs. Mary Hyde Barnum. 9666 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Hartson G. Barnum. 
Descendant of Anderson Dana. 

Daughter of Joseph Edson Hyde and Margaret Millicent Hunt, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Milton Hyde and Harriette Edson, his wife. 
See No. 9664. 

Mrs. Cecelia Elizabeth Whitacre Otis. 9667 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Arthur Gray Otis. 

Descendant of Thomas Wood, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Robert Whitacre and Elizabeth Wyer Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Wood and Susan Key Bond, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Wood and Mary Hoyt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Wood and Mary Davenport, his 
wife. 

Thomas Wood enlisted from Newburyport in 1779 in Capt. 
Christopher Marshall's company and in 1780 served under 
Col. Ralph Cross. 

Mrs. Ella Petrie Lamb Jewett. 9668 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Parker Jewett. 



236 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Joseph Davenport, of Massachusetts; John 

Wadsworth, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry Lamb and Sarah Wadsworth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wadsworth and Nancy Davenport, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Davenport and Mary Crocker, his 
wife; Joseph Wadsworth and Mary McKay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wadsworth and Sarah Webster, his 
wife 

Joseph Davenport served three enlistments. He was at 
Concord, the siege of Boston and the surrender of Burgoyne. 
He died in New York in 1831, at the age of seventy-five. 

John Wadsworth represented Albany county at the Conven- 
tion of 1776. He also served in the militia under Col. Morris 
Graham. The land that he located is still in the possession 
of the family. He died in 1788, aged fifty-one. 

Mrs. Cornelia A. Woodruff. 9669 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George J. WoodruflF. 

Descendant of Maj. Reuben Ballou, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Harlow Scoville and Alzina Jillson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levin Jillson and Chloe Comstock Ballou, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Ballou and Chloe Comstock, his wife. 

Reuben Ballou, 1776, served in Col. Archibald Crary's regi- 
ment and in 1777 commanded a company. He served to the 
close of the war and died at Providence in 1803. 

Also Nos. 1388, 3404. 

Mrs. Emma Frances Holman Dunning. 9670 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Arthur W. Dunning. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Dudley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Joshua B. Holman and Sarah Lewis Dudley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Dudley and Esther Eliza Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Dudley and Sarah Munroe, his wife. 

Nathan Dudley served as lieutenant in the Lexington Artil- 
lery in the defense of the colony. He died at Lexington in 
1835, at the age of eighty. 



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Mrs. Emma Bell Beaulieu. 9671 

Born in Canada. 

Wife of Capt. Charles H. Beaulieu. 

Descendant of Capt. John Gilbert, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Bell and Abby Shepard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Shepard and Esther Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gilbert and Theodosia Marsh, his wife. 

John Gilbert was quartermaster of Light Horse under Maj. 
Elisha Sheldon. He served through the war, and his origi- 
nal commission is still in the family. 

Also No. 4715. 

Miss Mary Louise Jewett. 9672 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Adams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Parker Jewett and Mary Louisa Bowe, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Jewett and Lucy Adams Tracy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Fanning Tracy and Lucy Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Adams and Phyllis Ensworth, his 
wife. 

William Adams enlisted in the first call for troops and was 
at the siege of Boston. In 1776 he served under Col. Zab- 
diel Rogers. He was a pensioner when he died at Lisbon in 
1840, at the age of eighty-eight. 

Mrs. Linda Lord McDonell. 9675 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Duncan D. McDonell. 
Descendant of Maj. John Moore, of Maine. 
Daughter of Daniel Lord and Rozilla Emery, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Darius Emery and Susan Steward, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Steward and Olive Moore, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Moore and Peggy Goflfe, his wife. 
See No. 9141. 

Mrs. Caroline Sweet Welles. 9674 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Charles Welles. 

Descendant of Capt. Anthony Van Etten, Benjamin Cud- 
deback and Maj. John Decker, all of New York. 



238 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Daughter of Martin Pierce Sweet and Catherine Van Etten, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony Van Etten, Jr., and Jemima Cuddeback, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Van Etten and Hannah Decker, his 
wife; Benjamin Cuddeback and Catharine Van Vliet, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Decker. 

Anthony Van Etten was serving as an Associator when he 
was assassinated by the Tories at Deerpark. 

Benjamin Cuddeback was in the company commanded by 
his brother Abraham, and under Col. William Allison. He 
was at the siege of Fort Dewitt and served in the defense of 
Orange county throughout the contest. 

John Decker served as major of militia. He was wounded 
early in the war and narrowly escaped capture. 

Mrs. Martha C, Howard Wells. 967^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Cyrus W. Wells. 

Descendant of Capt. William Adrian Hawkins and of Lieut. 
Samuel Howard, of New Hampshire ; Capt. William Tenney, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Sullivan Howard and Elizabeth Bailey Little, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Howard and Mary Hawkins, his wife; 
Abner Bailey Little and Nancy Tenney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Adrian Hawkins and Abigail Keyes, 
his wife; and of William Tenney; and of Samuel Howard. 

William Adrian Hawkins fought at Bunker Hill and the 
gtm he carried is in the possession of the family. He com- 
manded a company under the brave Col. Alexander Scammel. 

Samuel Howard served in the militia during the war and 
marched under Capt. Josiah Brown to reinforce Ticonderoga. 

Also No. 3294. 

William Tenney turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
served in the New York campaign and was at White Plains. 

« 

Miss Elisabeth Canfield Selden. 9676 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Selden, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Ely Selden and Elizabeth Canfield Warner, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 239 



Granddaughter of Richard Ely Selden, Jr., and Eliza Lynde, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Ely Selden and Desire Colt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Selden and Elizabeth Ely, his wife. 

Samuel Selden equipped a regiment at his own expense for 
the defense of New York. He was taken prisoner in the re- 
treat, Sept. 15th, and died in prison Oct. ii, 1776. He was 
buried in the Old Brick Churchyard with more honors than 
were usually accorded prisoners of war. 

Also Nos. 46, 2477, 5566, 6129, 8367. 

Mrs. Susan Burrill Bangs. 9677 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Edwin Mayo Bangs. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Nightingale, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Samuel J. Beals and Susan Burrill Greene, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ray Greene and Susan Arnold Burrill, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ward Greene and Polly Nightingale, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Nightingale and Elizabeth Corlis, 
his wife. 

Joseph Nightingale, 1775, was chosen by the General As- 
sembly captain of the independent company of Cadets. He 
was a valuable member of the Council of War, and served 
on the committee to build intrenchments and war vessels. 

Mrs. Ellen Cooper Whiteside. 9678 

Born in Ohio. 

Widow of Nevil Whiteside. 

Descendant of Jacob Lewis, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Cooper and Eliza Murphy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Murphy and Joanna Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Lewis and Mary Beabout, his wife. 

Jacob Lewis served in the Somerset county militia as forage 
and wagon master during the war. He died at Basking 
Ridge in 1801, at the age of sixty-seven. 

Mrs. Julia Matilda Hill Barnes. 9679 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Lucien Jerome Barnes. 



240 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. William Pearce, of New York; Jona- 
than Hill and Elijah Judson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Truman Curtis Hill and Sally Herrick Rowland, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Hill and Sarah Judson, his wife; Jona- 
than Rowland and Lydia Pearce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hill and Elizabeth Perry, his wife; 
Jonathan Judson and Ruth Miner, his wife; William Pearce and Lydia 
Birdsall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Elijah Judson and Sarah Hollister, his 
wife. 

William Pearce commanded a company under Col. Morris 
Graham and was subsequently promoted to colonel. He was 
at Long Island and White Plains. He killed Wait Vaughn, 
the captain of a band of Tory robbers, who had murdered his 
brother Nathan. He died in 1813, aged sixty-eight. 

Jonathan Hill enlisted in 1777 for three years. He served 
under Capt. Henry Champion and Capt. William Clifts. 

Elijah Judson, 1775, turned out from Woodbury for the de- 
fense of Ticonderoga. 

Also No. 8106. 

Mrs. Emma Howland Hill Fish. 968a 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Arthur Henry Fish. 

Descendant of Jonathan Hill, Elijah Judson and Capt. Wil- 
liam Pearce. 

Daughter of Truman Curtis Hill and Sally Herrick Howland, his- 
wife. 

See No. 9679. 

Mrs. Flora Mead Davey. 9681 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Foster Davey. 

Descendant of Noah Mead, of New York; Rufus Richard-^ 
son, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nicholas Davis Mead and Mary Elizabeth Richardson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Freeman Richardson and Lavinia Fillmore, his- 
wife; Noah Mead, Jr., and Ruth Andrus, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Richardson and Ruth Holden, his- 
wife; and of Noah Mead. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 241 



Noah Mead served in the Albany county militia in Capt. 
Cornelius Wiltse's company, Col. Peter Yates' regiment. 

Rufus Richardson enlisted for three years in Capt. Michael 
Gabriel Harden's company, Cushing's regiment. At the ex- 
piration of this service he reenlisted in the same company un- 
der Col. Rufus Putnam. He was in the battles of Harlem 
Heights and Stillwater. He was a pensioner from Madison 
county, N. Y., and died in 1841, at the age of eighty-one. 

Mrs. Mary Parmenter White. 9682 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Fred Hiram White. 

Descendant of James Heath, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Phineas Gibbs Parmenter and Plooma Ann Savage^ 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Savage and Mary Harris, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Harris and Martha Heath, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Heath and Sarah Shepard, his wife. 

James Heath, 1777, served in Capt. Samuel Young's com- 
pany and in 1778 was under Capt. Simeon Stevens, Bedel's 
regiment. In 1781 he was a soldier at West Point. 

Mrs. Clara M. Colman Smith. 9685 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Denison Billings Smith, Jr. 

Descendant of Job Colman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Darwin Colman and Marinda Miner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Colman and Abigail Dole, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Job Colman and Elizabeth Martin, his wife. 

Job Colman turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Hugh McClellen's company. Col. Samuel Williams' regi- 
ment. He served, 1777, under Col. David Wells in the 
Northern Department. He died at Heath in 1805. 

Mrs. Nellie M. Colman Mersereau. 9684 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of John Daniel Mersereau. 
Descendant of Job Colman. 

Daughter of Charles Darwin Colman and Marinda Miner, his wife. 
See No. 9683. 

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242 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Pauline Whittlesey Patton. 968^ 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Rev. Cornelius H. Patton. 

Descendant of Eliphalet Whittlesey, Jr., and of George Fer- 
guson, of Massachusetts ; Dr. James Thomas, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gen. Eliphalet Whittlesey and Ann Augusta Patten, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Ferguson Patten and Hannah Thomas, 
his wife; David Whittlesey and Rebecca Smalley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Thomas and Hannah McCall, his wife; 
Thomas Patten and Catherine Fulton, his wife; Eliphalet Whittlesey, 
Jr., and Comfort Waller, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Fulton and Mary Ferguson, his 
wife; Eliphalet Whittlesey and Dorothy Kellogg, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Ferguson and Catherine Star- 
rett, his wife. 

Eliphalet Whittlesey, Jr., 1780, turned out with the Berk- 
shire county militia under Capt. Ezra Whittlesey. His wife 
was a brave helpmeet, and their initials carved in those early 
days on the trees that surrounded their home at Stockbridge 
are still legible. He died in 1823, aged seventy-five. 
James Thomas, 1776, was surgeon of the Twelfth Regiment, 
and his commission is still in the family. He died at Lebanon, 
in 1795, aged fifty-eight. 

George Ferguson, 1778, served in the expedition to Rhode 
Island in Capt. Josiah Keith's company, Col. John Daggett's 
regiment. The house he built at North Easton is still standing. 

Mrs. Betsey Lord Wood. 9686 

. Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Thomas Stakely Wood. 

Descendant of Dr. John McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Abner L. Frazer and Martha McDowell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander Johnston McDowell and Mary Shel- 
don, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John McDowell and Martha Johnston, his 
wife. 

John McDowell, 1776, entered the army as surgeon's mate 
and served to the close of the war. Congress presented him 
with a sword for distinguished services, and he was an orig- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 243 



inal member of the Cincinnati. He died at Steubenville, O., 
in 1825, at the age of seventy-seven. 
Also No. 41 16. 

Mrs. Zerlena Knox Winton. 9687 

Born in Montana. 

Wife of William Crayton Winton. 

Descendant of William Knox, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel Goodhue Knox and Eliza Fidelia Babcock, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Knox and Deborah Collins Goodhue, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Knox and Nellie McClintock, his 
wife. 

William Knox, 1775, enlisted in Capt. William Barron's 
company. Col. Daniel Moore's regiment, for service in 
Canada. He died at Pembroke in 1823, aged ninety. 

Mrs. Helen Paris Baldwin. 9688 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Frederick R. Baldwin, M. D. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Wygant (Weigand), of New 
York. 

Daughter of James Paris and Ida Hine, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hine and Elizabeth Sands, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Sands and Jane Wygant, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wygant (Weigand) and Hannah 
Reyder, his wife. 

John Wygant served in the Orange county militia during 

the war. He was at Valley Forge and at West Point in 1780, 

when Andre was shot, and Arnold escaped on the "Vulture." 

He died at Monroe in 1831, at the age of ninety. 

Mrs. Minnie B. Pillsbury Nunn. 9689 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Alexander H. Nunn. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Hutchins, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Franklin Pillsbury and Frances H. Boynton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Boynton and Frances Hutchins, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asamuel Hutchins and Anne Rhines, his wife. 



^44 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hutchins and Olive Robbins, his 
wife. 

Samuel Hutchins led a company of volunteers at Bunker 
Hill, where the cockade was shot from his hat and he was 
slightly wounded. He died in Maine in 1791, aged forty-two. 

Also No. 6840. 

Mrs. Julia Dunbar Greene. 9690 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of George F. Greene. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William Dunbar and Mary Field, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Field and Abigail Stockton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stockton and Annis Boudinot, his 
wife. 
See No. 9205. 

Miss Louisa Wilkins. 9691 

Born in Mississippi. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins and of Gen. John Wil- 
kins, Jr., of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Campbell Wilkins and Catharine Lintot Minor, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wilkins, Jr., and Catharine Stevenson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Wilkins and Catharine Rowan, his wife. 

John Wilkins organized and equipped an independent com- 
pany at his own expense, which he commanded at Brandy- 
wine and Germantown. It was after the severe winter at 
Valley Forge that he was obliged to leave the service and the 
acceptance of his resignation, April 8, 1778, signed, "By his 
Excellency's command, Tench Tilghman,'* is a matter of 
record. He died at Pittsburgh in 1810, aged seventy-seven. 

John Wilkins, Jr., enlisted when a boy as surgeon's mate 
and served through the war. 

Also Nos. 154, 1034, 2259, ziZly 4650. 

Mrs. Charlotte Catharine -Boyd Surget. 9692 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of James Surget. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 245 



Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins and of Gen. John Wil- 

kins, Jr. 

Daughter of Samuel Stillman Boyd and Charlotte Catharine Wil- 
kins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Campbell Wilkins and Charlotte Frances 
Bingaman, his wife. 

See No. 9691. 

Mrs. Ann Maria Wilkins Boyd Rhodes. 9695 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of William Benneville Rhodes. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wilkins and of Gen. John Wil- 
kins, Jr. 

Daughter of Samuel Stillman Boyd and Charlotte Catharine Wil- 
kins, his wife. 

See Nos. 9691, 9692. 

Mrs. Charlotte Dunbar Rust. 9694 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of E. Hyde Rust. 

Descendant of Hon. Richard Stockton, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William Dunbar and Mary Field, his wife. 
See Nos. 9205, 9690. 

Mrs. Mary Lee Brown Cranberry. 969^ 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of A. E. Cranberry. 

Descendant of Hon. George Taylor, of Pennsylvania ; Jere- 
miah Lincoln, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Jasper Brown, Jr., and Jane Lyle Swann, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Taylor Swann and Mary Lee Patton, his 
wife; William Jasper Brown and Sarah Winslow Copeland Lincoln, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Thompson Swann and Sallie Wood- 
son Macon, his wife; Elijah Lincoln and Mary Maclare Copeland, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Col. Samuel Swann and Ann Taylor, his 
wife; Laban Lincoln and Elizabeth Lincoln, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Taylor and Elizabeth Gordon, 
his wife; Jeremiah Lincoln and Sarah Hersey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Taylor. 



246 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jeremiah Lincoln, who had served in the early wars, turned 
out from Hingham at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. James 
Lincoln's company, Col. Benjamin Lincoln's regiment. 

George Taylor, who was born in Ireland, was an active pa- 
triot during the Revolution. He was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Assembly and on the Committee of Safety. He was 
chosen a delegate to the Continental Congress to replace a 
member who refused to sign the Declaration of Independ- 
ence, and he signed it the day he took his seat in Congress. 
He died at Easton in 1781, at the age of sixty-five. 

Mrs, Mary Clendinen Catchings Torrey. 9696 

Born in Mississippi. 
Widow of Thomas Harding Torrey. 

Descendant of Judge Jacob Myers and of Thomas Clen- 
dinen, of South Carolina; Maj. Benjamin Catchings, of 

Georgia. 

Daughter of Thomas J. Catchings, M. D., and Nannie McNeece 
Clendinen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Clendinen and Mary Ellen Myers, his 
wife; Joseph Catchings and Mary Holliday, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Col. David Myers and Phalby Mills, his wife; 
Benjamin Catchings and Mildren Carleton, his wife; Thomas Clen- 
dinen and Nannie McNeece, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Myers and Catherine Von Enfinger, 
his wife. 

Jacob Myers rose to the rank of major under the command 
of Sumpter and Marion. He died in 1804 and was buried 
with military honors in Lexington county. 

Thomas Clendinen served as a soldier under Marion and 
his sister was scalped by the Indians when carrying food to 
him in camp. He died at Fishing Creek in 1817. 

Benjamin Catchings was surgeon of Washington county, 
judge of the Land Court and a member of the Constitutional 
Convention. He served in the militia, as did also his brothers, 
Seymour and Meredith. 

Also No. 81 13. 

Miss Florelle Virginia Yeager, 9697 

Born in Louisiana. 
Descendant of Joseph McCloskey, of South Carolina. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 247 



Daughter of Capt. William Carroll Yeager and Anne Clara Clarke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Yeager and Sarah Green McCloskey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph McCloskey and Mary Green, his wife. 

Joseph McCloskey served as a soldier in the battles of the 
Carolinas. He was a pensioner when he died in Lincoln 
county, Tennessee, in 1837, aged eighty-five. 

Mrs, Kate Rockwell Clarke. 9698 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of William Bingham Clarke. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Smith and of Lieut. James 
Rockwell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Rockwell and Catherine C. Westlake, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hawley Rockwell and Polly Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Smith and Ruhama Hull, his wife; 
James Rockwell and Abigail Hawley, his wife. 

David Smith, 1776, enlisted at the age of fifteen and rose 
to the rank of lieutenant. He was at the burning of Dan- 
bury and served until 1782. 

James Rockwell served in the Sixteenth Regiment and his 

commission of lieutenant is in the possession of the family. 

He died at Ridgefield in 1808, where he was born in 1750. 
Also No. 2827. 

Mrs. Mary A. Van Valzah Bowman. 9699 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Dr. James W. Bowman. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thomas Sutherland, of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of William Montgomery Van Valzah and Catherine Von 
Boskirk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Robert Van Valzah and Nancy Montgomery, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Robert Van Valzah and Elizabeth Suth- 
erland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sutherland and Jane Sutherland, 
his wife. 

Thomas Sutherland, 1776, was appointed lieutenant colonel 



248 DAUGHT:^RS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

of Northumberland county Associators. He died in 1817 in 
Buffalo Valley, where he had served during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Ellen Luetta Tuck McLane. 9700 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of John McLane. 

Descendant of Capt. William Tuck, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Eben Baker Tuck and Lydia Smith Frye, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Lee Tuck and Bethiah Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Tuck and Mary Lee, his wife. 

William Tuck commanded a schooner to transport powder, 
and made successful voyages in 1775-76. As captain of the 
"Bennington," he captured many prizes. He died at Man- 
chester in 1826, at the age of eighty-six. 

Miss Caroline R. Crosby. 9701 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Crosby and of William Crosby, 

of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Frederic Crosby and Rebecca Lund, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Crosby and Sarah Shepard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Crosby and Sarah Fitch, his wife. 

See No. 9087. 

William Crosby turned out from Amherst at the Ticonde- 
roga Alarm. He served in Capt. John Bradford's company, 
Col. Moses Nichols' regiment, raised in 1777 to reinforce 
the Northern Army at Bennington. 

Mrs. Maria A. Hamblett. 9702 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Hezekiah P. Hamblett. 

Descendant of Benjamin Cummings, Randall McDaniels 
and James McDaniels, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Burns and Susan Daniels, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Daniels and Bridget Cummings, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Cummings and Bridget Pool, his 
wife; Randall McDaniels and Martha McDaniels, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughterof James McDaniels and Susanna McDaniels, 
his wife. 

James McDaniels served in Capt. John Goss's company, 

Nichols' regiment, and was in the battle of Bennington. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 249 



Randall McDaniels was a soldier in Capt. William Walker's 
company, Col. David Oilman's regiment, raised in 1776 to 
reinforce the army in New York. 

Benjamin Cummings fought at Bunker Hill in Capt. Reuben 
Dow's company, Col. William Prescott's regiment. He served 
in the New York campaign. 

Mrs. Ella M. Hutchinson Wallace. 9703 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Robert M. Wallace. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathan Hutchinson, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Abel F. Hutchinson and Deborah Hawks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Hutchinson and Betsey Bartlett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Hutchinson and Rebecca Peabody, 
his wife. 

Nathan Hutchinson, 1778, served in Capt. Nathan Ballard's 
company of volunteers that marched to the relief of Fort Ti- 
conderoga. He died in 1831, at the age of seventy-nine. 

Mrs. Fannie H. Wilkins. 9704 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Charles Wilkins. 

Descendant of Capt.Hezekiah Lovejoy, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Wells Spalding and Helen Maria Lovejoy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Howard Lovejoy and Hannah Richards 
Shedd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Lovejoy and Olive Howard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Lovejoy and Hannah Phelps, 
his wife. 

Hezekiah Lovejoy, 1778, was lieutenant under Capt. Josiah 
Crosby in the Rhode Island campaign. In 1779 he com- 
manded a company in Col. Moses Nichols' regiment. He 
held many places of trust through the entire war and died at 
Amherst in 1793, at the age of sixty-four. 

Mrs. Anabiah Russell Worcester. 970J 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George A. Worcester. 



250 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Jason Russell and of Jason Russell, Jr., of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jason Russell and Phebe Phillips, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Russell and Eunice Saunders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jason Russell, Jr., and Elizabeth Locke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jason Russell and Elizabeth Winship, his 
wife. 

Jason Russell was murdered in his own home at Arlington 
when the British retreated from Concord. The house was 
riddled with bullets and the marks are still visible. 

Jason Russell, Jr., served as a soldier during the war. He 
died at Mason, N. H., in 1825, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs. Abby Kittredge Batchelder. 9706 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of E. C. Batchelder. 

Descendant of Dr. Zephaniah Kittredge, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Zephaniah Kittredge and Mary Wheeler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zephaniah Kittredge and Elisabeth Stickney, his 
wife. 

Zephaniah Kittredge, 1775, was a soldier under Capt. Ben- 
jamin Taylor at Winter Hill. He served on sea-coast de- 
fense in Canada and at Ticonderoga. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Mount Vernon in 1843, aged eighty-six. 

Mrs. Josephine Maria Stevens French. 9707 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of William Francis French. 

Descendant of Solomon Kittredge, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel N. Stevens and Nancy Maria Kittredge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Kittredge and Relief Batchelder, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Kittredge and Ann Kittredge, his 
wife. 

Solomon Kittredge was a soldier in Capt. Josiah Crosby's 
company at Bunker Hill, and was at the surrender at "The 
Cedars,'' May 19, 1776. He was at the battle of Bennington 
under Col. Moses Nichols. He died at Mount Vernon in 
1845, ^t the age of ninety. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 25 1 



Mrs. Hannah Elizabeth Foster. 9708 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Oliver Heald Foster. 

Descendant of Capt. Augustus Blanchard and of Capt. Heze- 
kiah Lovejoy, of New Hampshire; Sergt. Benjamin French, 

of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles R. Wallace and Elizabeth Richards Lovejoy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Royal Wallace and Hannah R. French, his wife; 
William Howard Lovejoy and Hannah Richards Shedd, his wife. 

See No. 9704. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Josiah French and Rebecca Blanchard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Augustus Blanchard and Bridget Love- 
well, his wife; and of Benjamin French. 

Augustus Blanchard commanded a company of militia at the 
siege of Boston under Col. Jonathan Burnham. He died at 
Milford in 1809, at the age of sixty. 

Benjamin French turned out from Dracut at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Stephen Russell's company, Green's regiment. 

Mrs. Susan H. Kimball Kendall. 9709 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Mills, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Kimball and Sarah M. Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel H. Parker and Louisa Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Mills and Margaret Caldwell, his wife. 

John Mills was a soldier at Bunker Hill in Col. David 
Moore's regiment. He served as sergeant in Capt. Josiah 
Crosby's company under Col. James Reed. 

Mrs. Sarah M. Kimball. 971a 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of John Kimball. 
Descendant of Sergt. John Mills. 
Daughter of Daniel H. Parker and Louisa Mills, his wife. 
See No. 9709. 

Mrs. Caroline L Hood. 971 i 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Harvey P. Hood. 



252 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Parker, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Corwin and Clarissa Thompson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Thompson and Jemima Parker, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ezekiel Parker and Jemima Parker, his wife. 

Ezekiel Parker, 1776, was a private in Capt. Joshua Hay- 
ward's company, Col. David Oilman's regiment, raised for the 
defense of New York. 



Mrs. Bessie Plumer Norris. 9712 

Born in Mississippi. 

Wife of Charles Edward Norris. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Cilley, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James Bradley Pearson and Katherine Jay Plumer, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Plumer and Betsey Plumer, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Plumer and Betsey Cilley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Cilley and Sarah Longfellow, his 
wife. 

Joseph Cilley was one of the party in 1774 that dismantled 

Fort William and Mary. He raised a company of volunteers 

in 177s and led them to Boston. He succeeded Stark as 

colonel of the First Regiment, and was at Ticonderoga, 

Bemis Heights, Stillwater, Monmouth, Stony Point and in 

Sullivan's expedition. In 1779 the Assembly presented him 

with pistols as a reward of merit, and he became president of 

the State Society of the Cincinnati. He died in 1799. 
Also Nos. 63, 1254, 2958, 5265, 7853, 8309. 

MI?S. BETSEY MERRILL HALL. 9713 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Luther W. Hall. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Merrill, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Simon Merrill and Mary Marston, his wife. 

Simon Merrill fought at Bunker Hill in Capt. Hezekiah 
Hutchins' company, Col. James Reed's regiment. He was 
ensign and lieutenant under Col. Joseph Cilley and for three 
years followed this gallant colonel in many battles. He died 
at Sandown in 1840, at the age of eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 2426, 7852. 



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Mrs. Mary Jane Otterson Munsey. 9714 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Dr. George F. Munsey. 
Descendant of James Otterson and of Maj. James Head, of 

New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Head Otterson and Judith Ann Johnson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Chase Otterson and Margaret Head, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Otterson and Martha Chase, his wife; 
Nathaniel Head and Anna Knox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Head and Sarah Thurston, his wife. 

James Otterson, 1777, was a soldier in Capt. Simon Mar- 
ston's company, Col. Joseph Senter's regiment, that marched 
to Rhode Island. He died in 1846, at the age of eighty-nine. 

James Head while serving as major in Col. Thomas Stick- 
ney's regiment was killed at the battle of Bennington. 

Also No. 6849. 

Mrs. Sophia Dodge Hall. 971^ 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Col. Daniel Hall. 

Descendant of Judge Ebenezer Thompson and of James 
Laighton, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Jonathan Thorne Dodge and Sarah Hanson Dodge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Hanson and Nabby Laighton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Laighton and Sarah Thompson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Thompson and Mary Torr, his 
wife. 

James Laighton served as a seaman on the "Ranger" and 
"Bon Homme Richard" under Commodore John Paul Jones. 

Ebenezer Thompson, 1774, was in the first open act of Rev- 
olution, for he was in the party from Durham that scaled the 
walls of the fort at Newcastle and carried away the guns and 
ammunition which proved of great value to the colony. He 
was the first Secretary of State and held the office eleven 
years. He died in 1802, aged sixty-five. 

Mrs. Charlotte Amanda Pitney. 9716 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Dr. Jonathan Kay Pitney. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of David Blackman, Parker Clark, Abner 
Doughty and Capt. John Leak, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of David Somers Blackman and Abigail Hugg Doughty, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nehemiah Blackman and Sarah Smith, his wife; 
Gen. Enoch Doughty and Charlotte Clark, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Blackman and Mary Scull, his wife; 
Parker Clark and Martha Leak, his wife; Abner Doughty and Leah 
Risley Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Leak. 

David Blackman was a minute man and was honorably dis- 
charged at the close of the war. He survived to receive a 
pension for his services. 

Parker Clark served in the Gloucester county militia and 
was a pensioner when he died in 1844, aged ninety-two. 

Abner Doughty was a soldier on coast guard duty during 
the entire contest. He died at Doughty's Mill in 1820, at 
the age of sixty-six. 

John Leak commanded a company of Burlington militia. 

Also No. 3252. 

Mrs. Mary Jones Smith Moore. 9717 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Henry Dyer Moore. 

Descendant of Col. Asa Whitcomb and of S^rgt. Zebulon 
Haskell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Jones Smith and Thankful Haskell Cleaves, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Cleaves and Susan Haskell, his wife; 
James Smith and Mary Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Haskell and Susanna Sherman, his 
wife; Thomas Jones and Sarah Whitcomb, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Whitcomb. 

Zebulon Haskell marched from Rochester at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Earl Clapp's company. He turned out at 
various alarms under different commands during the war. 
He died at Steuben, Maine, in 1831, aged seventy-eight. 

Asa Whitcomb, who had served in the early wars, com- 
manded a regiment at the siege of Boston and was detailed to 
garrison the city after the evacuation. He died at Princeton 
in 1804, at the age of eighty-four. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 255 



Mrs. Minnie Antoinette Moore Tatem. 9718 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Joseph Fithian Tatem. 
Descendant of Col. Asa Whitcomb and of Sergt. Zebulon 

Haskell. 

Daughter of Henry Dyer Moore and Mary Jones Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Jones Smith and Thankful Haskell 
Cleaves, his wife. 

See No. 9717. 

Mrs, Mary Eva Moore Sherrerd. 9719 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William Dusenbury Sherrerd. 
Descendant of Col. Asa Whitcomb and of Sergt. Zebulon 

Haskell. 
Daughter of Henry Dyer Moore and Mary Jones Smith, his wife. 
See No. 9717. 

MRS. MARY CLARK CORDERY. 9720 

Born in New Jersey. 
Widow of Absolom Cordery. 

Descendant of Parker Clark and of Capt. John Leak, of 
New Jersey. 
Daughter of Parker Clark and Martha Leak, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Leak. 
See No. 9716. 

Miss Edith Holmes Nourse. 9721 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of James Nourse, of Virginia ; David Blackman, 
Abner Doughty, Parker Clark and Capt. John Leak, of New 
Jersey ; Col. John Bull, Mary Phillips Bull, Benjamin Ritten- 
house, Roger North, Jr., and Job Harvey, all of Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daughter of James Michael Nourse and Frances Blackman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Somers Blackman and Abigail Hugg 
Doughty, his wife; James Nourse and Sarah Harvey, his wife. 

See No. 9716. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Nourse and Mary Rittenhouse, his 
wife; Samuel Harvey and Ann North, his wife. 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

Gr.-gr .-granddaughter of James Nourse and Sarah Fonace, his wife; 
Benjamin RiUenhouse and Elizabeth Bull, his wife; Samuel Harvey 
and Martha Martin, his wife; Roger North, Jr., and Barbara Hager- 
mood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.- granddaughter of John Bull and Mary Phillips, his wife; 
Job Harvey and Hannah Edwards, his wife; Roger North and Ann 
Rambo, his wife. 

James Nourse, 1778, was a member of the House of Dele- 
gates. The Continental Congress advanced him money to 
organize the militia of Frederick and Berkley counties. He 
died at Annapolis in 1784, aged fifty-three. 

John Bull, who had fought in the early wars, served on the 
Board of War and as commissioner to treat with the Indians. 
He was colonel of Associators, and Adjutant General of the 
State. He died in 1824, at the age of ninety-two. 

Mary Phillips Bull when left in charge of the estate was en- 
trusted by the Council of Safety to conceal for them in her 
house ammunition and tools. She has received honorable 
mention for her patriotic work. 

Benjamin Rittenhouse served as superintendent of the 
"Gunlock Factory" during its existence. He was a valuable 
assistant to his brother David. 

Roger North, Jr., 1780-81, was a volunteer in the Chester 
Light Horse, First Battalion, under Col. John Gardner. 

Job Harvey served with the Associators and died in 1778 
from exposure during the winter at White Marsh. 

Also Nos. 681, 1133, 2550, 3014. 3252- 

Mrs. Tamzon Massey Franklin Cremer. 9722 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of George Cremer. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Estell, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Josiah Franklin and Mary Estell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Estell and Naomi Ireland, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Estell and Elizabeth Risley, his wife. 
See No, 93i7- 

Mrs. Eveline Constantia Blackman Glenn. 9725 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William Glenn, 




LINEAGE BOOK. 257 



Descendant of David Blackman, Abner Doughty, Parker 
Clark and Capt. John Leak, all of New Jersey. 

Daughter of David Somers Blackman and Abigail Hugg Doughty, 
his wife. 

See No. 9716. 

Mrs. Emma Scott Roberts. 9724 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of George M. Roberts. 

Descendant of Maj. Richard Westcott and of Nathan Pen- 
nington, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John H. Scott and Mary Pennington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. John Pennington and Elizabeth Taylor, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Pennington and Margaret Westcott, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Richard Westcott and Margaret Westcott, 
his wife. 

Richard Westcott served in the Gloucester county militia 
at the battle of Trenton where he was severely wounded. He 
resigned in 1778 and died in 1825, at the age of ninety-two. 

Nathan Pennington was a private in Capt. Abraham Lyon's 
company, Second Essex county Regiment. He also served 
in the State troops under Capt. John Craig, Hayes' battalion. 
He was taken prisoner at the siege of Quebec and after much 
suffering escaped from the enemy and rejoined the army. 

Also No. 7223. 

Miss Eliza Scott Thompson. 9725 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Nathan Pennington and of Maj. Richard 

Westcott. 
Daughter of William Thompson and Hester T. Pennington, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Pennington and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. 
See No. 9724. 

Miss Maria Eldridge Scott. 9726 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Nathan Pennington and of Maj. Richard 

Westcott. 
Daughter of John H. Scott and Mary Pennington, his wife. 
See No. 9724. 

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258 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Louise Hamilton Carman. 9727 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Estell, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Charles B. Carman and Maria Estell Franklin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Franklin and Mary Estell, his wife. 
See Nos. 9317, 9722. 

Miss Isabel G. Scott. 9728 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Nathan Pennington and of Maj. Richard 

Westcott. 
Daughter of Lewis Scott and Bella Godfrey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John H. Scott and Mary Pennington, his wife. 
See No. 9724. 

Miss Virginia Hall Roberts. 9729 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Nathan Pennington and of Maj. Richard 

Westcott. 
Daughter of George M. Roberts and Emma Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John H. Scott and Mary Pennington, his wife. 
See No. 9724. 

Mrs. Anna T. Jerman. 9730 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of N. Theodore Jerman, M. D. 

Descendant of Maj. Richard Westcott and of Nathan Pen- 
nington. 
Daughter of John H. Scott and Mary Pennington, his wife. 
See No. 9724. 

Mrs. Eliza Purviance Mersereau. 9731 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of William Smith Mersereau. 
Descendant of Robert Purviance, of Maryland. 
Daughter of Rev. James Purviance and Eliza Scott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Purviance and Eliza Young, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Purviance and Frances Young, his 
wife. 

Robert Purviance was financial agent in the management 
of such operations as the emergencies of Congress might re- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 259 



quire. He and his brother Samuel subscribed liberally to 
assist the cause. He died at Baltimore in 1806. 

Mrs. Frances Chamberlain Holley. 9732 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Henry Jones Holley. 

Descendant of James Shaw, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Cyrus Chamberlain and Diadamia D. Shaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Shaw and Diadamia Childs, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James Shaw and Faithful Vaughn, his wife. 

James Shaw enlisted from Franklin county during the Rev- 
olution. He was a pensioner when he died in 183 1, at New 
Salem, where he was born in 1742. 

Miss Belle A. Mason. 9733 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Patchin and of Nathaniel Gar- 
field, of New York. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Mason and Caroline Lowell Patchin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Patchin and Sally Garfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Garfield and Unice Garfield, his 
wife; and of Samuel Patchin. 

Samuel Patchin served in the Albany county militia under 
Col. Jacobus Van Schoonhoven. He was taken prisoner in 
1781, carried to Canada and not released until the next year. 

Nathaniel Garfield was a soldier, and his tombstone at 
Hague, Lake George, says : "He died in the year 1839 and 
fought in the War of the Revolution.' 



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Mrs. May Orton Barnes. 9734 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederic Emerson Barnes. 

Descendant of Maj. Ammi Doubleday, of Connecticut; Col. 
Giles Jackson and of Azariah Orton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John G. Orton, M. D., and Helen M. Doubleday, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Azariah G. Orton and Minerva Squire, his wife; 
Ammi Doubleday, M. D., and Susan Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Azariah Orton and Abigail Jackson, his wife; 
Ammi Doubleday and Lois Tilden, his wife. 



26o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Giles Jackson and Anna Thomas, his wife 

Giles Jackson was a member of the Provincial Congress 
and of the General Court. He served through the entire war 
and was at the battles of Btmker Hill, White Plains and Mon- 
mouth. As chief of staflF of Gates he drafted, at Saratoga, the 
articles of capitulation which are still in the family. He died 
in 1810 at Monterey where June 12th, 1895, a monument was 
erected to his memory with patriotic ceremonies. 

Ammi Doubleday was at Long Island, White Plains, Ridge- 
field, Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth, and the storm- 
ing of Stony Point. He died in 1839, aged eighty. 

Azariah Orton served as a private and color-bearer of Berk- 
shire county troops. He died in 1854 at the advanced age of 

ninety-three. 
Also Nos. 786, 5222, 7536, 8522. 

Mrs. Annie Marie Bigelow Mason. 9735 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Mason. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jabez Bigelow, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jabez Bigelow and Eliza Green, his wife. 
' Granddaughter of Ezekiel Knowlton Bigelow and Prudence Penne- 
man, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jabez Bigelow and Deborah Knowlton, his 
wife. 

Jabez Bigelow turned out at the Lexington and Bennington 
Alarms. In 1870 he served as lieutenant in Capt. Timothy 
Boutell's company, Col. John Rand's Worcester county regi- 
ment, to reinforce the Continental Army. He died at West- 
minster in 1822, at the age of eighty-six. 

MRS. LOUISA RACHEL WOODRUFF. 9736 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Levi WoodruflF. 
Descendant of Joseph Thompson, Jesse Thompson and 

Nathaniel Wilson Rust, of Connecticut! ^ - 
Daughter of Joseph Thompson and Ruby Rust, his wife. . 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Wilson Rus^ and Rachel Babcock, his 

wife; and of Jesse Thompson. ^ 

Joseph Thompson, 1776,' enlisted for the war, at the age of 



WNEAGE BOOK. 261 



nineteen in Capt. Peter Robertson's company, Col. Heman 
Swift's regiment. He died at Tolland in 1829. His father also 
served in the militia. ^ 

Nathaniel Wilson Rust, 1776, was a private in Capt. Asa 
Bacon's company, Wadsworth's ^ Brigade, at the battles of 
Long Island and White Plains. He served in the Jerseys 
and in the Burgoyne canipaign. 

Mrs. Bessie V. Hotchkiss Dickinson. 9757 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles M. Dickinson. 

Descendant of Capt. Elihu Murray and of Capt. 'Iliideon 
Hotchkiss, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Giles W. Hotchkiss and Bessie R. Knapp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Colby Knapp and Lucinda Murray, his wife; 
Cyrus Hotchkiss and Sally Andrus, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Murray and Lydia Strong, his wife; 
David Hotchkiss and Abigail Douglas, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Hotchkiss and Anna Brockett, his 
wife. 

Elihu Murray was at the battles of Bunker Hill, Long Isl- 
and, Throg's Neck, Bennington and Saratoga. In 1780 he 
was captain under Gen. Jeremiah Wadsworth in the quarter- 
master's department where he served to the close of the war. 
He died in New York in 1835, at the age of eighty-two. 

Gideon Hotchkiss, 1775, served on the Committee of In- 
spection of Waterbury. He organized a company, 1777, 
and marched to the defense of Danbury when it was burned 

by the British. He lived to the advanced age of ninety. 
Ako Nos. 5286, 7898, 8526. 



Miss Lucy S. Ely. 9738 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elihu Ely, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Ely and Sarah Roseboom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elihu Ely, M. D., and Eliza Maria Ely, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Ely and Anne Ely, his wife. 

Elihu Ely served at the battle of Saratoga in Capt. Jonathan 
Calkin's company. Col. Jonathan Latimer's regiment. The 
powder horn that he made and carried, and his sword, are 



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262 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

now in possession of the family. He died at Lyme in 1815, 
where he was born in 1737. 

Miss Catharine R. Ely. 97^9 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elihu Ely. 

Daughter of Richard Ely and Sarah Roseboom, his wife. 

See No. 9738. 

Mrs. Lottie Stark Morris. 9740 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Oliver A, Morris. 

Descendant of Aaron Stark, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John D. Stark and Ann Sax, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Stark and Charlotte Worden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Stark and Margaret Stark, his wife. 

Aaron Stark served in the ranks in the defense of Wyoming 
Valley. He was among the killed, and his name is inscribed 
on the monument erected to the memory of those who fell in 
the massacre, July 3, 1778. 

Also No. 2296. 

Mrs. Olive Stark Newell. 9741 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Francis T. Newell. 
Descendant of Aaron Stark. 

Daughter of John D. Stark and Ann Sax, his wife. 
See No. 9740. 

Mrs, Frances Morris Kinney. 9742 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Eugene H. Kinney. 

Descendant of Amos Morris, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. Henry Ten Broeck Morris and Caroline A. Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asahel Morris, M. D., and Katherine Van Ness, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife. 

See No. 9586. 




IvINKAGE BOOK. 263 



Miss May Forsyth Wickes. 9743 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Samuel Brewster, of New York. 

Daughter of Edward Allen Wickes and Mary Williams Forsyth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Alexander Forsyth and Charlotte Pierson 
Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Brewster Williams and Mary Ann 
Johnes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Williams and Abigail Brewster, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Brewster and Mary Wood, his 
wife. 

Samuel Brewster, 1775, was a member of the Provincial 
Congress. During the Revolution he was chairman of the 
Committee of Safety of New Windsor, where he died in 1802, 
at the age of eighty-four. 

Also Nos. 2548, 8556. 

Mrs. Leila Homeyard Le Baron Kissam. 9744 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Vanderbilt Kissam. 

Descendant of Rev. Ammi Ruhamah Robbins, of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of De Witt Clinton Brown and Agnes McLaren Law- 
rence, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Robbins Lawrence and Christine McLaren, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Grove Lawrence and Elizabeth Robbins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ammi Ruhamah Robbins and Elizabeth 
Le Baron, his wife. 

Ammi Ruhamah Robbins, 1776, was chaplain in the Cana- 
dian campaign which was a failure and entailed great hard- 
ships on the men. During the retreat from Quebec he be- 
came ill and was unfit for further active service. He died at 
Norfolk in 1813, aged seventy-three. 

Also Nos. 401 1, 7565. 

Miss Elizabeth Bishop Perkins, 974J 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Marvin. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Newton Perkins and Mary Emily Sowles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hiram Benjamin Sowles and Mary Anne Gad- 
comb, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Judge Lewis Sowles and Mary Marvin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Marvin and Mehitabel Marvin, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Marvin, 1776, was lieutenant under Col. Henry 
B. Livingston, New York Line, and in 1778 was promoted to 
captain. He Hied in Vermont in 1822, aged eighty-five. 

Miss Lalla Baldwin Morton. 9746 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. John Morton, Benjamin Morton and 

Col. William Morton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Washington Morton and Laura Geddes Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Anderson Morton and Julia Ann May, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Benjamin Morton and Agnes Morton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Morton and Mary Anderson, his 
wife; William Morton. 

John Morton raised a company in Prince Edward county 
and among the volunteers was his son Benjamin. He had 
eight sons who served under him during the war. 

William Morton served in the militia of Charlotte county, 

the brave band that withstood the British regulars at the 

battle of Guifford Court House. 
Also No. 1828. 

Mrs. Anna Ridgway Such. 9747 

Born at St. Thomas Island, West Indies. 

Wife of George Such. 

Descendant of Tobias Teller and of Joseph Ridgway, of 
New York. 

Daughter of Joseph Ridgway and Julia Eliza Van Brakle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Ridgway and Mary Neely Teller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Tobias Teller and Isabella Neely, his wife; 
Joseph Ridgway and Sarah Lawrence, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ridgway and Mary Smith, his 
wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 265 



Tobias Teller, 1776, enlisted as a private under his brother, 
Capt. James Teller. He served from Westchester county in 
the battle of Saratoga. He died in 1834, aged eighty-nine. 

Joseph Ridgway gained important information of the move- 
ments of the British army encamped near his house on Staten 
Island and carried it to Washington. He was captured by 
the enemy, and held for a long time as a prisoner. 

Also Nos. 641, 7930, 

Mrs. Agnes Barrie Taft. 9748 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles H. Taft. 

Descendant of Serg^. Robert W. Seaver, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel Shepherd Barrie and Caroline Melinda Seaver, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Randolph Washington Seaver and Matilda Fox, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Robert W. Seaver and Anna Edson, his wife. 

Robert W. Seaver, in 1776, enlisted at the age of fourteen. 
He was in many battles and served to the surrender of Corn- 
wallis. He died in 1836 in Chautauqua county, N. Y., and 
upon his tomb is inscribed : "7 years a soldier of the Revolu- 
tion." His father and brothers were also soldiers. 

Mrs. Alice Gilbert Demorest. 9749 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of William Curtis Demorest. 

Descendant of Abraham Ogier and of Lewis Ogier, of 
Maine. 

Daughter of Charles P. Gilbert and Alice Emery Ogier, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Emery Ogier and Sarah Sawyer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Ogier and Lucy Thorndike, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Ogier and Mary Cooper, his 
wife. 

Abraham Ogier, 1777, served in the defense of Machias. 

Lewis Ogier, 1777, enlisted in Capt. Benjamin Lamont's 
company. Col. John Allen's regiment. He died at Camden 
in 1849, ^t the age of eighty-nine. 

Also No. 8807. 



266 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Ellen Langdon Cheney. 9750 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Newel Cheney. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Langdon and of Corp. Martin 
Langdon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Laurens Averett Langdon and Lucinda Blodget, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Langdon and Sally Bird, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Martin Langdon and Lydia Chapin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Langdon and Rebecca Porter, his 
wife. 

Noah Langdon commanded a company of Berkshire militia 
that marched to Bennington and served in the Burgoyne 
campaign. He lived to be nearly ninety. 

Martin Langdon, 1775, was matross in Gridley's artillery 
and also served under Knox. In 1777 he was corporal of 
his father's company. He died at Verona, N. Y., in 1838, at 
the age of eighty-two. 

Miss Elizabeth Williams Barnes, 9751 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. William Williams, Sergt. Ephraim 
Williams and Ens. Amos Denison, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Burr Barnes and Hannah Elizabeth Dixon, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Courtland Palmer Dixon and Hannah Elizabeth 
Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Williams, Jr., and Hannah Eliza- 
beth Denison, his wife. 

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

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Williams and Martha Wheeler, 
his wife. 

William Williams, who had served in the early train-bands, 
was a member of the Legislature during the Revolution. He 
died at Stonington in 1801, where he was born in 1716. 

Ephraim Williams, 1776, turned out with the Eighth Regi- 
ment when it marched to the relief of New York. He was 
sergeant in Capt. William Stanton's company, 

Amos Denison, 1777, enlisted for three years. He served 
as ensign under Col. Oliver Smith for home defense. 

Also Nos. 4624, 5020. 



lylNEAGE BOOK. 267 



Miss Mary Elizabeth Pierce. 9752 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Woodward. 

Daughter of Henry Ferine Pierce and Olive Maria Wright, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Wright and La Vendee Woodward, his 
wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Woodward and Olive Brown, his wife. 

Daniel Woodward, 1779, enlisted at the age of seventeen in 
the Berkshire county, Massachusetts, regiment. He served 
as a private in Capt. David Brown's company, under Col. 
Miles Powell. He reenlisted in 1780 and was present at the 
execution of Andre. He died at Cambridge, N. Y., in 1814. 

Miss Sophronia Jane Pierce. 97^j 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Woodward. 

Daughter of Henry Ferine Pierce and Olive Maria Wright, his wife. 

See No. 9752. 

Mrs. Arabella A. Peterson. 9754 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Jesse Peterson. 

Descendant of Sergt. Paul Davis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert F. Brown and Augusta S. Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Brown and Abigail Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Davis and Priscilla Wood, his wife. 

Paul Davis, 1778, enlisted as a private at the age of eighteen. 
He was sergeant in Capt. Abner Dow's company, Col. Timo- 
thy Bigelow's regiment. He was at West Point in 1781 un- 
der Capt. Phineas Bowman and Col. Rufus Putnam. At the 
close of the war he served in the company commanded by 
Capt. Sylvanus Smith. He died at Kiantone, N. Y., in 1826. 

• 

Mrs. Esther Chaddock Davenport. 9755 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Loren Daniel Davenport. 

Descendant of Thomas Chaddock, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Calvin Chaddock and Esther Louise Chaddock, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Willard Chaddock. 



26S DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Chaddock and Persis Chaddock, his 
wife. 

Thomas Chaddock enlisted in 1777 in Capt. John Craw- 
ford's company, Col. James Convers' regiment that marched 
at the Rhode Island and Bennington alarms. 

Miss Marion Edwina Spencer. 971^6 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Howell, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Charles Ames de Marsau Spencer and Marion How- 
ell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Wheeler Howell and Jean Howden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jared Howell and Mary Baker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Howell and Margaret Howell, 
his wife. 

Jeremiah Howell enlisted as a private in the Morris county 
militia and served as sergeant at the battle of Monmouth. 
He died in 1846 at the advanced age of ninety-eight. 

Also No. 1428. 

Miss Jean Helen Howell. 9757 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Howell. 

Daughter of Stephen Wheeler Howell and Jean Howden, his wife. 

See No. 9756. 

Miss Bessie Ramsdell. 97^8 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Dr. Thomas Fosdick, Jr., and of Capt. NIc- 
oll Fosdick, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Ramsdell and Mary Ann Mussey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Mussey and Mary Ann Fosdick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicoll Fosdick and Abigail Eldredge, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Fosdick, Jr., and Atin Havens, 
his wife. 

Thomas Fosdick, Jr., served at the Lexington Alarm as sur- 
geon's mate. He died in 1776 at New London, where he was 
born in 1725. 

Also Nos. 6995, 8242. 

Nicoll Fosdick turned out from New London and aided 



LINEAGE BOOK. 269 



at the siege of Boston. He had command of several priva- 
teers that harrassed the enemy, and defended the coast during 
the war. He died in 1821, at the age of seventy-one. 

Miss Cora Lee B. Clark. 9759 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Martin Clark. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Lee, of New York. 

Daughter of Stephen P. Bedell and Lucy Pratt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lorenzo Pratt and Elizabeth Lee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Lee and Sarah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lee and Waty Shearman, his wife. 

Thomas Lee, 1775, was lieutenant in the Continental Line, 
and in 1776 was promoted captain in Col. Lewis Du Bois' 
regiment. In 1779 he commanded associated exempts under 
Col. Zephaniah Piatt. He died at Penn Yan in 1814, at the 
age of seventy-five. 

Mrs. Jennie S. Matthews, 9760 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles B. Matthews. 

Descendant of John Ewell and of James Ewell, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Amenzo W. Beardsley and Nancy Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dorus Perry and Louisa Ewell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Ewell and Sarah Holbrook, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ewell. 

James Ewell, 1777, enlisted from Scituate in Capt. Joseph 
Warner's company, Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's regiment, 
for service in the Northern Army. 

John Ewell, who had served as a soldier in the Revolution, 
died in Wyoming county, N. Y., in 1826, aged ninety-two. 

Miss Charlotte Sawyer Tilden. 9761 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Tilden, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Jared Hyde Tilden and C. Elizabeth Hedge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Brown Tilden and Abby Huntington 

Hyde, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Tilden and Elizabeth Brown, his 

wife. 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Ebenezer Tilden, 1776, served in Capt. James Clark's com- 
pany, Col. Comfort Sage's regiment, Wadsworth's brigade. 
This battalion suffered some loss in the retreat from New 
York and fought at White Plains. He died at Lebanon in 
1823, where he was born in 1757. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Perry Eckley. 9762 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Joseph S. Eckley. 

Descendant of Corp. John Crocker and of Sergt. Stephen 
Champlin, of Connecticut; Judge Freeman Perry, of Rhode 

Island. 

Daughter of Gordon Bailey and Mary Perry Champlin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Champlin and Elizabeth Raymond Perry, 
his wife; Samuel Bailey and Lydia Crocker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Champlin and Dinah Browning, his 
wife; Freeman Perry and Mercy Hazard, his wife (daughter of Oliver 
Hazard) ; John Crocker and Ann Camp, his wife. 

Stephen Champlin volunteered as a private when a lad and 
was sergeant at the close of the war. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Lebanon in 1848, at the age of eighty-five. 

Freeman Perry, 1776-81, was president of the town council, 
auditor of public accounts and was employed to negotiate 
loans. He served on the bench for twenty years. 

John Crocker enlisted from New London on the first call 
for troops after the battle of Lexington. 

Also Nos. 2037, 2766, 3518, 5611, 6678, 6855, 7038, 8835. 

Miss Jeannette M. Marsh, 9763 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Mcintosh, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Phineas S. Marsh and Angeline L. Mcintosh, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Mcintosh and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Mcintosh and Sarah Maverick, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Mcintosh was styled the "first captain general of 
the Liberty Tree." He was one of the Mohawk Indians who 
threw the tea overboard in Boston Harbor. He was obliged 
to leave and hide in the mountains, where he contracted rheu- 



UNEAGE BOOK. 271 



matism, which prevented his serving in the army. He died 
in poverty at North Haverhill, where his grave is unmarked. 

Mrs. Mary Schauffler Stearns, 9764 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Chapin Stearns. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Pitkin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Raynolds and Eunice Patten, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Raynolds and Lucy Pitkin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pitkin and Martha White, his wife. 

Thomas Pitkin commanded a company from Bolton at the 
Lexington Alarm and his son Thomas White Pitkin served 
under him as sergeant. He died in 1818, aged eighty-four. 

Also No. 7452. 

Mrs. Waittie Griffen Davis. 976^ 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Judge Cyrus Eastman Davis. 
Descendant of Cornelius Butler, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Isaac Thorn Griffen and Jane Hardick, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaiah GriflFen and Waitstill Butler, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Butler and Jane Coffin, his wife. 
Cornelius Butler, 1776, served as master on the brigantine 
"Rising Empire," commanded by Capt. Richard Whellen. 

Miss Minnie Augusta Morgan, 9766 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Hall, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albion Labat Morgan and Lydia Elizabeth Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin T. Morgan and Abigail Pease Hall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Hall and Polly Cheney, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of William Hall and Abigail Pease, his wife. 

William Hall, 1775, turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 
He served enlistments under Capt. Gershom Nelson, Capt. 
David Batcheller and Capt. Marshall Baker. He died at 
Dover, Vt., in 1828, at the age of seventy-five. 

Also Nos. 7235, 8820. 



272 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Edith Morgan. 9767 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of William Hall. 

Daughter of Albion Labat Morgan and Lydia Elizabeth Jones, his 
wife. 
See No. 9766. 

Miss Ellen Hardin Walworth. 9768 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Adj. Benjamin Walworth, Joseph Ketchum, 
and Joseph Ketchum, Jr., of New York; Col. John Hardin, 
of Virginia. 

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

Granddaughter of Reuben Hyde Walworth and Maria Ketchum 
Averill, his wife; John J. Hardin and Sarah Ellen Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Averill, Jr., and Mary Ketchum, his 
wife; Benjamin Walworth and Apphia Hyde, his wife; Martin D. 
Hardin and Elizabeth Logan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ketchum, Jr., and Phoebe Moore, 
his wife; John Hardin and Jane Davies, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ketchum and Elizabeth Hurl- 
burt, his wife. 

Joseph Ketchum signed the Association Test and was an 
Associator of Dutchess county. His oldest son, Joseph, at 

twenty-one served as quartermaster for the minute men. 

Also No. 7962. 

Benjamin Walworth acted as despatch bearer at the battle 
of White Plains. When Minisink was destroyed in 1779 he 
was quartermaster of volunteers, who fell into an ambus- 
cade and but few escaped. He was in advance and the In- 
dians allowed him to pass, so as to capture the pursuing party. 

He died at Hoosick, in 1812, at the age of sixty-six. 

Also Nos. 47, 3713, 4438, 7945, 8840. 

John Hardin served in Morgan's rifle company at the siege 
of Boston and the expedition to Canada. At the battle of 
Saratoga, for valuable service, he received the thanks of 
Gates. He was massacred in 1792. 

Also Nos. 3, 846, 8227. 

Mrs. Emma Thompson Smith. 9769 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Andrew Watrous Smith. 



IJNEAGE BOOK. 273 



Descendant of Capt. John Thompson, of New York. 

Daughter of George Thompson and Sarah A. Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Thompson and Rhoda Whalen, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Thompson and Fanny McFarlan, his 
wife. 

John Thompson commanded a company of Albany mihtia 

in Col. John McCrea's regiment. His family were driven 

from their home at Stillwater and narrowly escaped capture 

during the Burgoyne campaign. He died at Stillwater, in 

1823, at the age of seventy-five. 
Also Nos. 4458, 6023, 7285. 

Mrs. Harriette L. Briggs Shepherd. 9770 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Augustine Washington Shepherd. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Poore, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Silas P. Briggs and Sarah J. Stickney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Stickney and Harriet Hamilton Cross, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Stickney and Anne Poore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Poore and Sarah Dole, his wife. 

Jonathan Poore, who had fought in the early wars, organ- 
ized a company of volunteers at the Lexington Alarm. In 
1778 he served on the Committee for supplying soldiers. He 
died in 1807 ^^ Newbury, where he was born in 1737. 

Mrs. Eliza Ray Howe. 9771 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Capt. E. T. Howe. 

Descendant of Robert Ebenezer Coe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James M. Ray and Maria Rebecca Coe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Coe and Rebecca Cook, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Ebenezer Coe and Cleopatia Conklin, 
his wife. 

Robert Ebenezer Coe while serving as a soldier was taken 
prisoner and confined in the Sugar House, New York. He 
died at Morristown in 1839, at the age of eighty-four. 

Mrs. Emma McIntyre Wright. 9772 

Born in New York. 
Wife of David Miller Wright. 
18 



274 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Joseph Mclntyre, of Vermont; Sherebiah 
Evans, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Calvin Mclntyre, Jr., and Frances Shaw, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Mclntyre and Almeda Cory, his wife; 
Nathan Shaw and Laura Evans, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Mclntyre and Jemima Brackett, his 
wife; Sherebiah Evans, Jr., and Charicy Scribner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Mclntyre; and of Sherebiah Evans 
and Elizabeth Dudley, his wife. 

Joseph Mclntyre was a private under different commands 
in the militia service during the Revolution. 

Sherebiah Evans was a soldier in the Burgoyne campaign 
under Capt. Abram Foster. He was in the expedition to 
Rhode Island and a matross in Crane's Continental Artillery. 

Also Nos. 5190, 6887. 

Mrs. Martha Peck Ellis. 9773 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James M. Ellis. 

Descendant of Roswell Ray, of New York. 
Daughter of Aaron H. Peck and Caroline Austin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Austin and Eliza Ray, his wife. 
See No. 9227. 

Mrs. Eleanor Rust Pierce. 9774 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Kasson Pierce. 

Descendant of Lieut. Lemuel Rust, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Stiles M. Rust and Mary Olivia Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Rust and Esther Parsons, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon Rust and Aurelia Rust, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Rust and Azuba Rust, his wife. 

Lemuel Rust turned out on the first call for troops. He 
was subsequently lieutenant in Capt. Lemuel Pomeroy's 
company, Col. Ezra May's regiment. He died at Southamp- 
ton in 1813, at the age of seventy-two. 

Miss Marie Lavenda Judson. 977J 

Born in New York. 

Descendant ^f Ephraim Bushnell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of J. Lee Judson and Mary C. Mack, his wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 275 



Granddaughter of Junius Judson and Lavenda Bushnell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bushnell and Nancy Blood, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Bushnell and Mary Stevens, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Bushnell, 1776, enlisted at sixteen and was in the 
New York campaign in Capt. Elisha Ely's company, com- 
manded by Col. Return Jonathan Meigs. In 1777 he served 
in the "Leather Caps" and in 1778-79 turned out with the 
minute men for home defense. He died at Vernon, Oneida 
county, N. Y., in 1836. 

Also No. 8253. 

Mrs. Mary Van Duesen Putnam. 9776 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward D. Putnam. 

Descendant of Benjamin Barton, of New York. 

Daughter of John Menzo Van Duesen and Mary L. Barton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Barton and Rachel Hankins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Barton and Nancy Hetzel, his wife. 

Benjamin Barton served in the Sussex county, N. J., militia. 
He furnished supplies to the army at Philadelphia, floating 
them down the Delaware. He died in Niagara county in 1830, 
at the advanced age of ninety-five. 

Mrs. Susan R. Hoyt. 9777 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William E. Hoyt. 
Descendant of John Goddard and of Joseph Goddard, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin White, Jr., and Mary Goddard 
May, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel May and Mary Goddard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Goddard and Mary Aspinwall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goddard and Hannah Seaver, his 
wife. 

John Goddard was conductor of stores and as wagon-mas- 
ter rendered valuable service at the siege of Boston. His 
son Joseph drove one of the three hundred teams which 
he commanded, and all worked at night to construct the for- 
tifications on Dorchester Heights. 

Also Nos. 2344, 3970, 8456. 



276 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Emily Weld Randall Gregory. 9778 

Born in New York. 

Wife of David Henderson Gregory. 

Descendant of Benjamin Knower, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Randall and Sarah Ann Limburger, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonas Randall and Mary Knower, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Knower and Elizabeth Weld, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Knower was one of the Boston Tea Party. He 
enlisted from Roxbury at the Lexington Alarm and was in 
in the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Miss Annette Follett Chase. 9779 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of John Follett, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Azro Chase and Frances Follett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Halsey Follett and Martha Hendry, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Follett and Polly Strain, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Follett and Sibyl Follett, his wife. 

John Follett with the minute men turned out at the Lex- 
ington and Ticonderoga alarms. He died at Winchester 
in 1829, at the age of seventy-seven. 

Also No. 7554. 

Miss Cornelia Marcy Randall. 9780 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Benjamin Knower, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Randall and Sarah Ann Limburger, his wife. 
See No. 9778. 

Miss Florence Virginia Sill. 9781 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Hon. Jedediah Peck, Andrew Sill, Jr., and 
Capt. Matthew Dorr, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jedediah Peck Sill and Lavantia Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Sill and Hepsibah Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Peck and Tabitha Ely, his wife; 
Andrew Sill, Jr., and Helen T. Dorr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Dorr. 

See No. 9545. 

Jedediah Peck enlisted in the first call for troops and served 



LINEAGE BOOK. 277 



in the quartermaster's department. He died at Burlington, N. 
Y., in 182 1, aged seventy-four. 

Andrew Sill, Jr., served as a minute man and in the militia. 
He was a pensioner when he died in 1835, at the age of ninety. 

Mrs. Harriet N. Weston Alden. 9782 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Sidney Alden. 

Descendant of Corp. Sutherick Weston and of David Gregg, 

of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Sutherick Weston, Jr., and Sallie Stuart McCauley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Sutherick Weston and Mary De Lancy, his wife; 
Alexander McCauley and Esther Gregg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Gregg and Annie Clyde, his wife. 

Sutherick Weston enlisted from Amherst and was at the 
battle of Bunker Hill. He served in the Canadian campaign 
and was with the army that surrendered at "The Cedars." He 
died at Antrim in 1 831, at the age of eighty. 

Also No. 7541. 

David Gregg, who had served in the early wars, enlisted 
in 1775 in the first company from Windham. 

Mrs. Jennie Wright Cramer. 9785 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Payson Cramer. 

Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright, of New York. 

Daughter of Morris Lauchlin Wright and Maria E. Rust, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lauchlin Wright and Roxanna Parks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Wright and Elizabeth Stilman, his wife. 

Caleb Wright served at Bennington in the regiment of Col. 
Lewis Van Woert. As there was lack of ammunition he 
melted his clock weights and made them into bullets. This 
old clock is still in the possession of the family. 

Mrs. Mary H. Benton Williams. 9784 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Henry Russell Williams. 
Descendant of Bethel Benton, of New York. 
Daughter of Erasmus Darwin Benton and Cornelia B. Hinchman, 
his wife. 



278 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Granddaughter of Dr. Abner Benton and Hannah Cooper, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Bethel Benton, who served at 
Bunker Hill and the siege of Boston. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Seneca in 1838, at the age of eighty-eight. 

Mrs. Emily Frances Adams Pratt. 978^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick James Pratt. 

Descendant of Corp. Oliver Collins, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Doty Adams and Frances Jane Calkins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Adams and Mary Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Collins and Keturah Kellogg, his wife. 

Oliver Collins, 1777, enlisted at the age of fifteen, but was 

released owing to his youth. In 1779 he reenlisted in Capt. 

Henry Burbeck's company. Crane's regiment of Artillery, and 

was in the battle at Verplanck Point. He was a pensioner 

when he died at New Hartford in 1838. 

Mrs. Fannie Britton Nisbet, 9786 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of John L. Nisbet. 

Descendant of Capt. James Markham, of Virginia. 
Daughter of James H. Britton and Almira Markham, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Lewis Markham and Elizabeth Porter, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of James Markham, who was com- 
mander of the brig "J^ff^^son" in the State navy. He re- 
ceived land warrants allowed a captain for seven years' service. 

Also No. 2289. 

Mrs. Katharine M. Bowne Kellinger. 9787 

Born in New York. 
Widow of De Witt C. Kellinger. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jonathan Landon, of New York. 
Daughter of Samuel Bowne and Eliza Ackerly, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Ackerly and Mary Ketchum, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Ketchum and Arabella Landon, his 
wife. 



UNKiVGE BOOK. 279 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Landon and Isabella Graham, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Landon served in the Rhinebeck militia regiment 
commanded by his brother-in-law, Col. Morris Graham. He 
was a delegate to the Provincial Congress of 1775, and 1777- 
79 was a member of the Senate. He served on the commit- 
tee to fortify Albany, build barracks, and guard cannon at 

Kingsbridge. He died in 1815, aged seventy-two. 
Also No. 4907. 

Miss Charlotte Elizabeth Prescott Hale. 9788 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Moses Little and of Benjamin Hale, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Hale and Lucy Frederic Searcy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Benjamin Hale, D. D., and Mary Caroline 
King, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hale and Alice Little, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Little and Sarah Tappan, his wife; 
Benjamin Hale and Lydia White, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Little and Abigail Bailey, his 
wife. 

Moses Little commanded a regiment at the battles of 

Bunker Hill, Long Island and Harlem Heights, but in 1777 

ill health compelled him to retire from active service. He 

served in the General Court 1777-81, and died in 1798. 

Also Nos. 3295, 7958. 

Benjamin Hale left his plough at the news of the Concord 
fight and served as a minute man. He was at the surrender 
of Burgoyne and marched with prisoners to Boston. 

MRS. ANNA CLARK MORSE. 9789 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Hon. Oliver A. Morse. 

Descendant of Lieut. Jerome Clark, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jerome Clark and Nancy Ripley, his wife. 

Jerome Clark was at Bunker Hill, the siege of Boston and 
the battle of White Plains. He served on the privateer 
"Nancy," where he was severely wounded. He died in 1850, 
at the age of ninety-four. 



28o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Jane Ketchum Morgan McCaffrey. 9790 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William John McCaffrey. 
Descendant of Ens. Jonas Morgan, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Henry Morgan and Mary Louise Hagar, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonas Morgan and Sarah Mott, his wife. 

Jonas Morgan, 1777, was appointed ensign in the company 

of Capt. Ebenezer Witter, Jr., in the battalion to be raised 

under Col. Samuel McClellan. He died at Lansingburg, N. 

Y., in 1824, at the age of seventy-two. 
Also Nos. 4667, 7245. 

Miss Laura Hasbrouck. 9791 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph Has- 
brouck, Maj. Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., and Lieut. Josiah Has- 
brouck, all of New York. 

Daughter of Alfred Hasbrouck and Margaret Ann Manning, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hasbrouck and Jane Hasbrouck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hasbrouck and Elizabeth Bevier, his 
wife; Josiah Hasbrouck and Sara Decker, his wife. 

See No. 9258. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., and Jannetje Du 
Bois, his wife. 

Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., and his son Josiah served as officers 
in the Ulster county militia during the Revolution. 

Also No. 7938. 

Miss Ursula Richmond King. 9792 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Giles Jackson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles King and Sarah Braman Richmond, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos King and Amanda Pratt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Perkins King and Mary Jackson, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Giles Jackson and Anna Thomas, his wife. 
See No. 9734. 

Mrs. Katherine Lucinda Mott Ward. 979^ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Lieut. Col. Thomas Ward, U. S. A. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 281 



Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Brown, and of Capt. Asa 
Douglas, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas Smith Mott and Sarah Weymoth Bryant De 
Wolf, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Smith Mott and Lucinda Brown Rattoone, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Rattoone and Olive Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Brown and Lucy Douglas, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Brown entered the army as a private and rose to 
the rank of major. He was at Bennington, Bemis Heights 
and Saratoga. He gave valuable civil service and died at 
Pittstown in 1836, at the age of eighty-three. 

Asa Douglas commanded a company of "Silver Grays" at 
the battle of Bennington. His sons, Asa and William, also 
served as officers during the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 493, 3696, 4032. 

MISS SARAH GRIDLEY. 9794 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Isaiah Gridley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaiah Gridley and Lucy Lindsley, his wife. 

Isaiah Gridley, 1776, enlisted before the age of sixteen. He 
was wounded, taken prisoner, and carried to Canada, but 
after many hardships he made his escape. He was with the 
suffering army at Valley Forge and served to the close of 
the war. He died at Salina, N. Y., in 1813. 

Mrs. Huybertie Lansing Pruyn Hamlin. 979J 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles S. Hamlin. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Fenn, of Connecticut; Capt. 
Christopher Lansing, of New York ; Judge Woodbury Lang- 
don, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Hon. John Van Schaick Lansing Pruyn and Anna Fenn 
Parker, his wife. ^ 

Granddaughter of Hon. Amasa J. Parker and Harriet Langdon 
Roberts, his wife; David Pruyn and Huybertie Yates Lansing, his 
wife. 



282 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Daniel Parker and Anna Fenn, his wife; 
Christopher Lansing and Sarah Van Schaick, his wife; Edmund Rob- 
erts and Katharine Whipple Langdon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Fenn and Abi Welton, his wife; 
Woodbury Langdon and Sarah Sherburne, his wife. 

See No. 9445. 

Christopher Lansing served as quartermaster of the Albany- 
county militia in the regiment of Col. Philip P. Schuyler. 

Woodbury Langdon, 1779-80, was a delegate to the Con- 
tinental Congress. He was a member of the executive coun- 
cil, 1781-4, and in 1782 judge of the Supreme Court. His 
portrait is in the State capitol and his house at Portsmouth is 
still standing. He died in 1805, aged sixty-six. 

Also Nos. 939, 7885, 8520. 

Miss Sarah Celestia Bontecou. 9796 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of John Cunnable and of Samuel Cunnable, of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. James Clark Bontecou and Abigail Connable, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Connable and Polly Maxwell, his wife. 
. Gr.-granddaughter of John Cunnable and Amy Edwards, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunnable and Mary English, his 
wife. 

Samuel Cunnable and John, his son, turned out at the Lex- 
ington Alarm in Capt. Agrippa Wells' company. Col. Samuel 
Williams' regiment. They served in the Northern Depart- 
ment under Capt. Amasa Sheldon and Col. Elisha Porter. 

Also No. 4514. 

Mrs. Mary Connable Bootes. 9797 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Joseph Hill Bootes. 

Descendant of John Cunnable and of Samuel Cunnable. 
Daughter of Luke Connable and Abigail Martin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Connable and Polly Maxwell, his wife. 
See No. 9796. 

Mrs. Fannie Elizabeth Hodge Nichols. 9798 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles C. Nichols. 



line:age book. 283 



Descendant of Benjamin Hodge, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Hodge and Eliza Patten Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Be'njamin Hodge and Sarah Churchill, his wife. 

Benjamin Hodge, 1775, enlisted from Glastenbury in Capt. 
Jonathan Hale's company. In 1777 he went to sea and the 
vessel was soon captured. He died at Buffalo, N. Y., in 1837, 
at the age of eighty-four. 

Mrs. Lorraine E. Melvin Hamilton. 9799 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Allan Hamilton. 

Descendant of Corp. Amos Melvin and of Sergt. Jacob 
Farrar, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Melvin and Minnie Elizabeth Gates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Melvin and Betsey Farrar, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Farrar and Elizabeth Heywood, his 
wife; Amos Melvin and Ann Flatt, his wife. 

Amos Melvin turned out with the minute men from Con- 
cord and was on guard at Cambridge. He was corporal in 
1777 under Capt. Simon Hunt, Col. Eleazer Brooks' regiment. 

Also No. 6195. 

Jacob Farrar served as minute man at the Concord fight 
and as sergeant in Capt. Daniel Huntington's company, 
Reed's regiment of Guards. He died at Concord in 1820, at 
the age of seventy-one. 

Mrs. Margaret A. Irwin Owens. 9800 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of George W. Owens. 

Descendant of James Irwin, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Robert Irwin and Lydia Cox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Irwin and Agnes Irwin, his wife. 
James Irwin enlisted three times during the Revolution. 

He died in Butler county, Ohio, in 1747, aged eighty-nine. 
Also No. 7312. 

Mrs. Annie Sophia Edwards Manning. 9801 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Manning. 

Descendant of Col. William Fitzhugh and of Capt. Pere- 
grine Fitzhugh, of Maryland. 



284 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Edwards and Maria Fitzhugh, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peregrine Fitzhugh and Elizabeth Crowley Chew, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Fitzhugh. 

Peregrine Fitzhugh, 1778, was cornet in the Continental 
Dragoons at the age of eighteen. He was aide to Washing- 
ton and served to the close of the war. He was an original 
member of the Society of the Cincinnati. 

William Fitzhugh resigned his commission in the British 
Army, and as he would not remain neutral the enemy de- 
stroyed his home. He was a member of the Maryland Legis- 
lature and of the Executive Council during the Revolution. 

He died in 1798, at the age of seventy-six. 
Also Nos. 643, 2747, 8288. 

Miss Mary S. Thomas. 9802 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Thomas, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jacob Valentine Thomas and Lutetia Poultney Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ashbridge Thomas and Eliza Miller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Thomas and Thomasine Downing, his 
wife. 

Richard Thomas, 1777, commanded the Fifth Battalion of 
Chester county militia. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sanderson Potter. 9803 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George L- Potter. 

Descendant of Robert Covenhoven, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William C. Sanderson and Catharine Crane, his wife. 

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

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

Robert Covenhoven was a scout and guide of the army. 
He served in the Northumberland militia at Trenton and 
Princeton under Capt. Cookson Long and Col. James Potter. 

He died in 1846, at the age of ninety-one. 
Also Nos. 1735, 7619. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 285 



Miss Sarah Elizabeth Benner. 9804 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Henry Benner and of Philip Benner, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of J. Matlack Benner and Ann E. Harvey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Benner and Ruth Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Benner and Dinah Thomas, his wife. 

Henry Benner was such an active Whig that he was cap- 
tured by the British and imprisoned for his loyalty. 

Philip Benner, when a youth, served as a soldier during the 
war. He died in Center county in 1832, aged seventy. 

Mrs, Deborah Downing Mitchell. 9805 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Isaac Mitchell. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Thomas. 

Daughter of Jacob Valentine Thomas and Deborah Downing, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ashbridge Thomas and Eliza Miller, 
his wife. 

See No. 9802. 

Mrs. Mary Potter Miller. 9806 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John C. Miller. 

Descendant of Col. Jam^s Dunlop, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George L. Potter, M. D., and Thomazine Harris, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Dunlop Harris and Mary Ann Miller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Harris and Ann Dunlop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Dunlop and Jane Boggs, his wife. 

James Dunlop, who was born in Ireland, served in the Cum- 
berland county militia under Col. William Irvine. He was in 
the disastrous battles of the **Three Rivers" and "Isle aux 
Noix." He was the first resident of Bellefonte, where he 
died in 1821, at the age of ninety-four. 

Also No. 4343. 

Mrs. Eleanor Allison McCoy. 9807 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank McCoy. 



286 DAUGHTiCRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Archibald Allison, Jr., of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Allison and Sarah A. McNith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Archibald Allison, Jr., and Eleanor McCormick, 
his wife. 

Archibald Allison, Jr., who was born in Ireland in 1761, en- 
listed at the age of eighteen in Buffalo Valley. He served in 
frontier defense, as did also his brother, Mathew. He died in 
Penn's Valley in 1845. 

9808 



Mrs. Louise Hoy Reynolds. 9809 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of William Frederic Reynolds. 
Descendant of Col. James Dunlop, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Adam Hoy and Louisa Miller Harris, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Dunlop Harris and Mary Ann Miller, his 
wife. 
See No. 9806. 

Mrs. Ella Hays Gephart. 9810 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of J. W. Gephart. 

Descendant of Gen. William Montgomery, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Wallace Hays and Elizabeth M. Magill, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Haslitt Magill, M. D., and Mary Mont- 
gomery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Montgomery and Christiana Straw- 
bridge, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Montgomery and Margaret 
Nevin, his wife. 

William Montgomery, 1776, was a delegate from Chester 
county to the Provincial Conference. He was colonel of the 
Flying camp at Fort Washington, Trenton, Princeton and 
Monmouth. He died in 1816, at the age of eighty, at Dan- 
ville, the place that he had founded. 

Also Nos. 1334, 3120, 4265, 7318. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 287 



Miss Jean Stewart Shugert. 98 u 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. James Dunlop, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Dunlop Shugert and Mollie Stewart McCoy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Townsend Shugert and Deborah Dun- 
lop, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Dunlop and Eliza Findlay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Dunlop and Jane Boggs, his wife. 

See No. 9806. 

Mrs, Jennie Irvin Thompson. 9812 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James Irvin Thompson. 

Descendant of Gen. John Patton, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Archibald H. Shaw and Mary E. Irvin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Irvin and Jane Patton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Patton and Susan Antes, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Patton and Jane Bartholomew 
Davis, his wife. 

John Patton, who was born in Ireland, was colonel of the 
Sixteenth Regiment and had charge of the defenses of Phila- 
delphia. He was a member of the "City Light Horse," and 
one of the patriotic merchants who gave their personal bonds 
to relieve the distress in the army. He was a member of the 
Cincinnati. He died in 1804, aged fifty-nine. 

Also Nos. 644, 878, 4768. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Gotwalt Reeder. 9813 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Wilbur F. Reeder. 

Descendant of Rev. Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg, D. D., of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Gotwalt and Mary Schulze, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward L. Schulze and Elizabeth Spencer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Peter Gabriel Schulze and Mary Mag- 
deline Immel, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Christopher Emmanuel Schulze and 
Eve Elizabeth Muhlenberg, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg, D. D., 
and Anna Maria Weiser, his wife. 



288 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg was a patriot and founder of 
the Lutheran Church in America. He suffered severely, as 
he cast his lot with the colonies, and although too old to fight, 
his sons left the ministry and gave distinguished service. He 
died at Trappe in 1787, at the age of seventy-six. 

Also Nos. 1944, 8012. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Dunn Smith. 9814 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Smith. 

Descendant of Benjamin Hayward and of Timothy Dunn. 

Daughter of Vincent Dunn and Hannah Hayward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hayward and Olive Hicks, his wife; 
Samuel Dunn and Miriam Beach, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hayward and Hannah Way, his 
wife; and of Timothy Dunn. 

Benjamin Hayward served two years as a fifer und^r Capt. 
Seth Banister and Col. William Shepard's Massachusetts 
regiment. He died in 1795. 

Timothy Dunn, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. Sam- 
uel Barker's company, Col. Jonathan Meig's Connecticut 
regiment, and was in the battles of Stony Point and Horse- 
neck. He reenlisted in 1782 and served one year. He was 
a pensioner when he died in 1843. 

Mrs. Ann Brackenridge Adams- 981^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of T. D. Adams. 

Descendant of Judge Hugh Henry Brackenridge, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Alexander Brackenridge and Mary Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hugh Henry Brackenridge and Sabina Wolff, 
his wife. 

Hugh Henry Brackenridge, a graduate of Princeton, was 
editor of a magazine at Philadelphia in 1776. He served as 
chaplain and his sermons delivered in camp were published. 
He was judge of the Supreme Court when he died at Carlisle 
in 1816, at the age of sixty-eight. 

Also Nos. 3232, 4656. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 289 



Mrs. M. Louise Johnson Bostwick, 9816 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Hiram W. Bostwick. 

Descendant of Lieut Col. Benjamin Birdsall, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas A. Johnson and Polly H. Birdsall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maurice Birdsall and Anne Pixley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Birdsall and Elizabeth Aiken, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Birdsall, 1775, served in the Fifth Dutchess coun- 
ty militia. He was lieutenant colonel of Levies in the regi- 
ment commanded by Col. Morris Graham. He died in Che- 
nango county in 1828, at the age of eighty-five. 

Also Nos. 144, 8549. 

Mrs. Katharine Dale Lapsley- 9817 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William J. Lapsley. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dale and of Samuel Futhey, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles H. Dale and Louisa Reeder, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Futhey Dale and Eliza Gundaker, his 
wife. 

See No. 9336. 

Mrs. Mary Kate Hancock. 9818 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James Denton Hancock. 

Descendant of Capt. Zachariah Hitchcock, Dr. Peres Mann 

and Dr. Joshua Porter, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Lawrence Peres Hitchcock and Elizabeth Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Aaron Hitchcock and Militee Mann, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Hitchcock and Mercy Byington, 
his wife; Peres Mann and Militee Porter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Porter and Mercy Porter, his 
wife. 

Zachariah Hitchcock, 1776, enlisted from Waterbury and 
subsequently served in the quartermaster's department. He 
died at Wolcott in 1819, at the age of seventy-seven. 

Peres Mann served as surgeon during the Revolution. He 
died at Burlington in 1843. 

19 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Joshua Porter, 1779, was among the patriots who signed 
the freeman's oath when Southing^on became a town. He 
died in 1803, at the age of eighty-five. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Hancock. 9819 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Zachariah Hitchcock, Dr. Peres 
Mann, Dr. Joshua Porter and John Perkins. 

Daughter of James Denton Hancock and Mary Kate Hitchcock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Peres Hitchcock and Elizabeth John- 
son, his wife; James Hancock and Mary Perkins, his wife. 

See No. 9818. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Perkins and Farrier, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Perkins, who served as 
a private in Capt. Simon Spalding's Independent company of 
the Wyoming Valley. He was killed by Indians July 6, 1777. 

Miss Ella C. Hancock. 9820 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Capt. Zachariah Hitchcock, Dr. Peres 

Mann, Dr. Joshua Porter and John Perkins. 

Daughter of James Denton Hancock and Mary Kate Hitchcock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Peres Hitchcock and Elizabeth John- 
son, his wife. 

See Nos. 9818, 9819. 

Mrs. Clara Whitaker Lyon, 9821 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Elmer E. Lyon. 

Descendant of Capt. Ephraim Whitaker, of New York. 
Daughter of Albert P. Whitaker and Mary Simcox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Whitaker and Abbie Sanford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Whitaker and Hannah Stevenson, 
his wife. 

Ephraim Whitaker, 1775, volunteered for the defense of 
Rhode Island. He was corporal at the battle of White Plains 
and with Col. Barton when General Prescott was captured. 
He was at Germantown, Monmouth and served as brigade 



UNEAGE BOOK. 291 



forage master when he resigned on account of ill health. He 

was a pensioner when he died in 1846, aged ninety-one. 
Also No. 6390. 

Mrs. Caroline Modisette Steck. 9822 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Amos Steck. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Aaron Austin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Robert Marye Modisette and Mary Mason Austin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Morse Austin and Priscilla Stephens, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Eliphalet Austin and Sybel Dudley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Aaron Austin and Elizabeth Spencer, his 
wife. 

Aaron Austin turned out at the Lexington Alarm and com- 
manded a company in 1776 in the Canadian campaign. He 
was promoted to lieutenant colonel in 1781 under Col. Seth 
Smith. He died at Torring^on in 1802, aged eighty-six. 

Miss Mary R. Laird, 9823 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Hon. John Moor, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of F. V. B. Laird and Hetty Welty, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Moor Laird and Rebecca Moore, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Francis Laird, D. D., and Mary Moor, 
his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Moor and Elizabeth Parr, his wife. 

John Moor, 1776, was a member of the Constitutional Con- 
vention and on the committee that drew up the Declaration 
of Rights. He was entrusted by the Executive Council to 
distribute arms for frontier defense and in 1777 served as jus- 
tice of the peace. He died in 181 1, aged seventy-six. 

Also No. 732. 

Miss Elizabeth Lytle Piper. 9824 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. George Pfeiffer (Piper), of Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Daughter of Edmund Lear Piper and Harriet Watson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Tobias Piper and Pheobe Hutchinson, his wife 



292 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of George Pfeiffer (Piper) and Eve Lear, his 
wife. 
See No. 921 1. 

Miss Elizabeth Batterson Gara. 9825 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of John Okely, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Hugh Stanley Gara and Sarah Buck, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Buck and Elizabeth Okely, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Okely and Margaret Moore Graeff, 
his wife. 
See No. 9557. 

Miss Mary McIlvain Slaymaker. 9826 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Lieut. Mathias Slaymaker, Ens. William Ma- 
thias Slaymaker, Nathaniel Ellmaker, Capt. James McDowell 

and Joel Ferree, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert McIlvain Slaymaker and Leah Ferree Du Bois 
Aitken, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Ellmaker Slaymaker and Mary Ma- 
tilda McIlvain, his wife; Marshall William Aitken and Margaretta 
Lightner Ankrim, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Mathias Slaymaker and Elizabeth 
Ellmaker, his wife; John Aitken and Jane McDowell, his wife; Dr. 
Josiah Ankrim and Margaret Lightner, his wife; and of Nathaniel 
Ellmaker. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Mathias Slaymaker and Jane 
Slaymaker, his wife; James McDowell and Elizabeth Longhead, his 
wife; Adam Lightner and Leah Ferree, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mathias Slaymaker and Smith, 

his wife; Joel Ferree and Mary Copeland, his wife. 

Mathias Slaymaker and his son, William, served as lieuten- 
ant and ensign of the Lancaster county militia. 

Nathaniel Ellmaker was a patriot who received the thanks 
of Washington for collecting supplies for the army at Valley 
Forge when the soldiers were without food and clothing. 

James McDowell, who was born in Ireland, commanded a 
company of Chester county Associators. 

Joel Ferree assisted by furnishing arms for the colonies. 

Also Nos. 1604, 21 13, 6077, 8857. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 293 



Mrs, Ida M. Slaymaker Fon Dersmith. 9827 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank Berg Fon Dersmith. 

Descendant of Ens. William Mathias Slaymaker, Nathaniel 
Ellmaker, Lieut. Mathias Slaymaker, Capt. James McDowell 
anB Joel Ferree. 
Daughter of Robert Mcllvain Slaymaker and Leah Ferree Du Bois 
Aitken, his wife. 
See No. 9826. 

Mrs. Leah Ferree Aitken Slaymaker. 9828 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Robert Mcllvain Slaymaker. 

Descendant of Capt. James McDowell and of Joel Ferree. 
Daughter of Marshall William Aitken and Margaretta Lightner 
Ankrim, his wife. 
See No. 9826. 

Mrs. Kate Latta Malone. 9829 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Rev. Joseph S. Malone. 
Descendant of James Latta, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Rev. William W. Latta and Mary Jenkins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. William Latta and Mary Cloyd, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. James Latta and Mary McCalla, his 
wife. 

James Latta, 1776, was a private in Col. Thomas Porter's 
battalion of Lancaster county militia, where he later served 
as chaplain. He died in 1801, at the age of sixty-nine. 

Mrs. Frances Shippen Hollister. 9830 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Clarence G. Hollister. 
Descendant of Col. James Burd and of Col. Evan Evans, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Evans Wallis Shippen and Catherine Yeates McElwee, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas B. McElwee and Williamina Elizabeth 
Smith, his wife; Judge Henry Shippen and Elizabeth Wallis Evans, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Charles Smith and Mary Yeates, his 
wife; Evan Rice Evans and Grace Wallis, his wife. 



294 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Judge Jasper Yeates and Sarah Burd, his 
wife; Evan Evans and Margaret Nivins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Burd and Sarah Shippen his 
wife. 

James Burd, who was born in Scotland, warmly espoused 
the cause of the colonies. He was colonel, 1775-76, of the 
Second Battalion of Lancaster militia. He died in 1793, at 
the age of sixty-seven. 

Evan Evans served on the Committee of Observation and 
in the convention that framed the State Constitution. He 
commanded Chester county militia at Trenton, Princeton, 
Brandywine, and Germantown. From 1778-83 he was a mem- 
ber of the Assembly. 

Also Nos, 41, 1761, 2318, 5221, 7170. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Clark Hammond Hoffer. 9831 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Allen D. Hoffer. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Hammond, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of David S. Hammond and Emily Bishop, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Hanna Hammond and Eliza Clark, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Hammond and Jane Hanna, his wife. 

David Hammond, 1775, enlisted from Northumberland 
county. He served in many battles under Capt. James Parr, 
Col. Edward Hand's regiment, and was lieutenant when 
wounded in the repulse at the Block House at Bergen, 1780. 
He was an original member of the Cincinnati. He died in 
1801 in Northumberland county, where he was born in 1747. 

Also No. 8864. 

Mrs. Emma MacDonald Veale. 9832 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Moses Veale. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Wynn, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William S. MacDonald and Elizabeth Wynn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel C. Wynn and Phoebe Sharp, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Wynn and Elizabeth Reese, his wife. 

Thomas Wynn, 1776, served in the Flying Camp and was 
taken prisoner at Fort Washington. He was not exchanged 
until 1 781. The home at "Wynnstay" during his absence 



LINEAGE BOOK. 295 



was protected by his wife and children. He died there in 
1816, at the age of eighty-three, and the property is still in 
the possession of the family. 
Also No. 8015. 

Mrs. Lydia Wynn MacDonald Paullin. 9833 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Stephen Paullin. 
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Wynn. 

Daughter of William S. MacDonald and Elizabeth Wynn, his wife. 
See No. 9832. 



9834 



Mrs. Emily Jack Smith. 9835 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank W. Smith. 

Descendant of Gen. William Jack, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Jack, Jr., and Harriet Eason, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Jack and Margaret Wilson, his wife. 
See No. 9006. 

Mrs- Lily Sturgis Wight Mifflin. 9836 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Mifflin. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Stimson, Lieut. Joseph Gibbs and 
Col. John Jones, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Wight and Caroline Frances Stimson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Jeremy Stimson and Hopestill Godfrey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Benjamin Godfrey and Bethia Gibbs, 
his wife; Jeremiah Stimson and Anna Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gibbs and Elizabeth Palmer, his 
wife; John Jones and Mary Mellen> his wife. 

Jeremiah Stimson enlisted in Capt. William Cafnpbeirs 

company, Col. Ebenezer Learned's regiment, and was at 

Bunker Hill and the siege of Boston. He died at Hopkinton 

in 1 82 1, where he was born in 1751. 



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9844 



-.-, -.„i .. >.*^. :Vuii'K Anderson, of PennsyK-ania. 
-,>-. . ».».-,ht» SurnUvr U»"y ^n"! Agnes Barday, his «]"«. 
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LINEAGE BOOK. 297 



Descendant of Maj. Patrick Anderson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jerome Anderson Quay and Marion Pride McKelvy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anderson Beaton Quay and Catharine McCain, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Quay and Asenath Anderson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Anderson and Anne Beaton, his 
wife. 

Patrick Anderson was the first white child born in the town- 
ship. He was on the committee of Chester county, 1775, of 
which Anthony Wayne was chairman. He was under Col. 
Samuel Atlee at the battle of Long Island and after the 
colonel was captured, and the lieutenant colonel killed, he 
commanded the battalion. When sickness compelled him to 
retire from active service he served in the Assembly. He 
died in 1793, aged seventy-four. 

Also Nos. 2459, 3734, 7333, 8171. 

Mrs. Margaret Eaton Neale Heard. 9841 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Heard. 

Descendant of Capt. James Clark and of Capt. James 
Brown, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles S. Neale and Eliza Marlin Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William B. Clark and Mary McCullough Marlin, 
his wife; Samuel S- Neale and Margaret Eaton Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Clark and Sarah Woodward, his 
wife; Robert Brown and Rebecca Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Clark and Barbara Sanderson, 
his wife; and of James Brown. 

James Clark commanded a company of volunteers from 
Armstrong county. He rendered valuable aid in the defense 
of Clark's Fort against numerous attacks of the Indians, and 
served throughout the contest. 

James Brown, 1780, was captain of a company of Foot in 
Col. William Will's regiment. He died in 1830, at the age of 

eighty-eight. 

Also Nos. 5517, 6029. 

Miss Lois E. SCAIFE. 9842 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Frisbee and of Capt. Hezekiah 

Frisbee, of Connecticut. 



298 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William B. Scaife and Mary Frisbee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ephraim Frisbee and Sibyl Peake, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Frisbee and Susan Marvin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Frisbee. 

Hezekiah Frisbee, 1776, enlisted from Sharon and was lieu- 
tenant in Capt. William Roland's company and was subse- 
quently promoted to captain. He died at Sharon about 1822. 

Ebenezer Frisbee served as a volunteer during the war. 

Miss Alice L, Scaife. 984? 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Frisbee and of Capt. Hezekiah 

Frisbee. 
Daughter of William B. Scaife and Mary Frisbee, his wife. 
See No. 9842. 

Miss Susan Willard Quay. 9844 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Maj. Patrick Anderson, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Matthew Stanley Quay and Agnes Barclay, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Anderson Beaton Quay and Catherine McCain, 
his wife. 
See No. 9840. 

Mrs. Jane Hays McKelvy. 984? 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of John H. McKelvy. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hays and of John Ralston, of 

Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of John Hays Ralston and Christiana Lattimer, his wife. 

Sec No. 9298. 

Mrs. Rosalie Van Scoy Boyne. 9846 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edward Alexander Boyne. 
Descendant of Lieut. Eliod Tryon, of New York. 
Daughter of John Knap Van Scoy and Elizabeth Thompson Lain, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 299 



Granddaughter of Joseph Lain and Eliza Tryon Thompson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Thompson and Phanelia Tryon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliod Tryon and Bethiah Aldrich, his 
wife. 

Eliod Tryon was lieutenant under Capt. John Little and 
Capt. David Sweazy in the Goshen regiment commanded by 
Col. William Alliston. He served in the defense of the forts 
on the Hudson during the Revolution. He died in 1791. 

Miss Emily Deming Bennett. 9847 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Col. James Gilmore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Herbert Frank Bennett and Emma Sophia Gilmore, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Brown Gilmore and Ann Eliza Fisher, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gilmore and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Gilmore and Margaret Clark, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Gilmore and Agnes Gilmore, 
his wife. 

James Gilmore, who had fought in the early wars, com- 
manded a company at the siege of Boston. At the close of 
the war he held the rank of colonel. He died at Salem in 1809, 
at the age of seventy-five. His oldest son James served by 
the side of his father as lieutenant. 

Also Nos. 1656, 2185. 

Miss Emily French. 9848 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Lieut. Aaron Walker, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of James Elkanah French and Eliza Austin Bugbee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elkanah French and Ruth Thurston Finney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elkanah French and Hannah Walker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Walker and Esther Carpenter, his 
wife. 

Aaron Walker, 1775, turned out from Rehoboth with the 
minute men and was lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Bliss and 



300 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Col. Timothy Walker. He died of camp fever during the 
siege of Boston, aged forty-seven. 

Mrs. Julia Sophia Perry. 9849 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of James D'Wolf Perry. 

Descendant of Judge Benjamin Bourne, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Abel Jones and Julia Bourne, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Bourne and Hope Childs, his wife. 

Benjamin Bourne, a graduate of Harvard, was quartermas- 
ter of the Second Regiment in 1776. He served on import- 
ant committees when a member of the Assembly, and in 1780 
was appointed to welcome to our shores. Count de Rocham- 
beau and the French fleet. He died in 1808 at Bristol, where 
he was born in 1755. 

Mrs. Fhebe Arnold Fitts Browning. 9890 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Widow of William Greene Browning. 
Descendant of Ens. Israel Arnold, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Levi N. Fitts and Phebe Arnold, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Israel Arnold, Jr., and Abby Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Arnold and Deborah Olney, his wife. 
See No. 9648. 

Mrs, Mary Elizabeth Thayer Allen. 98 ji 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Edwin Robinson Allen. 

Descendant of Sergt. Simeon Babcock and of Thomas 
Greene, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George K. Thayer and Martha Elizabeth Babcock, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Simeon Babcock and Mary Greene, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Greene and Mollie Peckham, his 
wife; Simeon Babcock and Mary Perry, his wife. 

Simeon Babcock served in Sullivan's expedition. He died 
at Richmond in 1806, where he was born in 1745. 

Thomas Greene, 1776, at the age of seventeen, enlisted in 
Capt. Amos Green's company. Col. Joseph Noyes' regiment. 
He died at Charlestown in 1828. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth R. Chester. 985'2 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Albert L. Chester. 

Descendant of Nathan Bliven, Jr., of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Benjamin York and Prudence Bliven, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Bliven, Jr., and Mary Taylor, his wife. 

Nathan Bliven, Jr., 1776, enlisted from Westerly at the age 
of fifteen under Col. Joseph Noyes. He served several enlist- 
ments under different commands and acted as substitute for 
his father. He was a pensioner when he died in 1843. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Jones Baxter. 985'^ 

Born in Tennessee. 
Widow of Judge Nathaniel Baxter. 

Descendant of Joel Lane and of Tignal Jones, of North 

Carolina. 

Daughter of John Ridley Jones and Martha Lane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lane and Sarah Elizabeth Jones, his wife; 
Redding Jones and Martha Bustin, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joel Lane and Mary Hinton, his wife; Tignal 
Jones and Penelope Jones, his wife. 

Tignal Jones, 1776, was a member from Wake county of 
the Provincial Congress, when it assembled at Halifax and 
appointed a committee of its ablest men, to prepare a con- 
stitution and create a new Government. 

Joel Lane, 1775, was a member from the Hillsboro district 
on the Committee of Safety when that body executed all or- 
ders of the Continental Congress. He died at Raleigh, where 
he gave the land on which the city is built. 

Also No. 8639. 

Mrs. Pearl Daniel Merrill. 98^4 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of Austin H. Merrill. 

Descendant of Capt. John Brown and of Robert Allison, of 

Tennessee. 

Daughter of Henry Clay Daniel and Elizabeth G. Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Allison Brown and Mary Jane Roddye, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brown and Mary Moore Allison, his 
wife. 



302 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Allison and Jane Moore, his wife. 
John Brown, 1775, enlisted as ensign and 1777 commanded 
a company. In 1778 he served in the Carolina Dragoons. 
Robert Allison fought at the battle of King's Mountain. 

Mrs. Margaret Lindsley Warner. 98^^ 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Percy Warner. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Lawrence, of Long Island. 

Daughter of John Berrien Lindsley and Sarah Malvina McGavock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Lindsley and Margaret Elizabeth Law- 
rence, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Lawrence and Elizabeth Berrien, 
his wife. i 

Nathaniel Lawrence was a student at Princeton at the time 
of the battle. In 1779 he was lieutenant of North Carolina 
troops, when taken prisoner by the British at the capture of 
Fort Lafayette. He was not exchanged for two years and he 
then commanded an independent company. Some of the 
land granted him by North Carolina for service is still in the 
possession of the family. He died at Hempstead in 1797, at 
the age of thirty-six. 

Mrs. Sarah Polk Fall. 98^6 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of George William Fall. 

Descendant of Capt. Philip Sansum, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Robert B. Jetton and Mary Sansum Childress, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Anderson Childress and Mary Wills Sansum, his 

wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Richard Sansum and Elizabeth Anne 
Napier, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Philip Sansum, who was lieu- 
tenant of the First Virginia Regiment in 1777 and in 1781 
commanded a company. He served to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Emily Colquitt Carter Divine. 98^7 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Hal Hamilton Divine. 



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Descendant of Major Carter, of Georgia. 
Daughter of Samuel McDonald Carter and Lara Rebecca Jeter, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Parish Carter and Eliza McDonald, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Major Carter, who in 1780, was 
mortally wounded at the siege of Augusta. His colonel said 
of him, "A man more brave never occupied a space between 
heaven and earth." The coat he wore when he fell, was pre- 
served as a relic by his youngest son Parish, as long as he 
lived and it was stolen in 1861. 

Mrs. Anna Weir Layne. 9858 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Max Layne. 

Descendant of Maj. Roger Johnson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Col. Edward Rumsey Weir and Eliza Triplett Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Milton Johnson and Elizabeth Prince 
Earle, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Dr. James Johnson and Jane Leeper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roger Johnson and Elizabeth Thomas, 
his wife. ' 

Roger Johnson served in the Frederick County militia 
commanded by his brother James. It was a remarkable 
family of patriots, as he had six brothers who were officers 
during the Revolution, Thomas being the most distinguished, 
as he was the first Governor of the State. 

Also No. 413. 

Miss Frances McMillan. 9859 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Maj. John Ames, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Robert McMillan and Susan Lamphear McKin- 
ley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. John McKinley and Frances Wells Lamp- 
hear, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Benjamin Lamphear and Lucinda Ames, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Ames and Rebekah Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ames and Susanne Howard, his 
wife. 



304 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ Alii^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Ames, 1776, was captain of a company of Plymouth 
County militia. He served under different commands in the 
defense of Rhode Island. He was a leading gun-maker and 
furnished arms for the troops. He died in 1805 at West 
Bridgewater, where he was born in 1738. 

Also No. 7499. 

Mrs. Mary Belle Wilson Gregory. 9860 

Born in Ohio. 
WiiFe of Rev. Henry Trowbridge Gregory. 
Descendant of Hon. Joseph Woods and of Andrew Woods^ 

of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Andrew Wilson and Eliza Jane Woods, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hamilton Woods and Sarah Havering, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Woods and Mary Stephenson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Woods and Elizabeth Logan, his 
wife. 

Joseph Woods, who was born in Ireland, was a member of 
the Provincial Congress when he died at Charleston, Febru- 
ary 14, 1776, at the age of fifty-three. He was buried with 
distinguished honors by his associates, and on his coffin was 
engraved "Liberty or Death." 

Andrew Woods served in the militia during the Revolution. 

Miss Eugenia Gordon Phillips. 9861 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of George Flagg, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Dr. St. John Phillips and Georgiana B. Plagg, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of George B. Flagg and Mary Dickerson, his wife. 
See No. 9368. 

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Valk. 9862 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Robert Valk. 
Descendant of Capt. Henry Holcombe, D. D., LL. D., of 

Virginia. 

Daughter of Edmund Holcombe Weyman and Martha M. Hart- 
man, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Abner Weyman and Elizabeth Holcombe, his 
wife.. » 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Holcombe and Frances Tanner, his 
wife. 

Henry Holcombe from his seventeenth to his twenty-first 

year served in the war and rose to the rank of captain. He 

died in 1824, at the age of sixty-two, at Philadelphia, where 

he was a distinguished preacher. 
Also Nos. 1270, 2361, 7077. 

Miss Daisie Irene Dewees. 9863 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Col. William Rouse, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Thomas Hamlin Dewees and Charlotte Irene Rouse, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher James Rouse and Amelia Wincey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Elias Rouse and Charlotte V. 
Arms, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Rouse and Mary Stuart, his wife. 

William Rouse volunteered as a soldier and was taken pris- 
oner at the siege of Savannah. His service and sufferings 
on a prison-ship are recounted on a tablet, which is still legi- 
ble, in the First Baptist Church of Charleston. He died in 
1829 at the age of seventy-three. 

Mrs. Julia Amelia Dewees Dickson. 9864 

Born in* South Carolina. 
Wife of James M. Dickson. 
Descendant of Col. William Rouse. 

Daughter of Thomas Hamlin Dewees and Charlotte Irene Rouse, 
his wife. 
See No. 9863. 

Mrs. Charlotte Irene Dewees. 9865 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Thomas Hamlin Dewees. 
Descendant of Col. William Rouse. 

Daughter of Christopher James Rouse and Amelia Wincey, his 
wife. 
See No. 9863. 

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306 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Helen Scovel Vedder. 9866 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rev. Charles T. Vedder, D. D., LL. D. 

Descendant of Capt. John Leland, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ashley Scovel and Anna Leland Philips, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Smith Phillips and Lydia Leland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Leland and Hephzibah Leland, his wife. 

John Leland marched from HoUiston at the Lexington 

Alarm and led a company at the battle of Bunker Hill in CoL 
Ephraim Doolittle*s regiment. He found he was not suited 
to the army, so became a minister. He wielded influence for 
good during his useful life and died at Amherst in 1826, at 
the age of eighty-two. 

Miss Mary Augusta Rowe. 9867 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Thomas Singleton, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Donald J. Rowe and Chevilette Eliza Simms, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Gilmore Simms, LL. D., and Chevilette 
Eliza Roach, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Gilmore Simms and Harriet Au- 
gusta Singleton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Singleton and Gates, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Singleton and Black, 

his wife. 

Thomas Singleton, who was born in England, was among 

the prisoners that Cornwallis sent out of the province after 
his victory at Camden. He selected the influential citizens 
within the British lines, who were on parole, and exported 
them to Saint Augustine. 

Mrs. Mary Lawson Simms Kinloch, 9868 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of John M. Kinloch. 
Descendant of Thomas Singleton. 

Daughter of William Gilimore Simms, LL. D., and Chevilette 
Roach, his wife. 
See No. 9867. 

Mrs, Rebecca Motte Hamilton Ryan. 9869 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Arthur Blackwell Ryan. 



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Descendant of Maj. James Hamilton, Hon. Thomas Hey- 
ward, Hon. Thomas Lynch, Lieut. John Middleton and Re- 
becca Brewton Motte, all of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Daniel Heyward Hamilton and Rebecca Brewton Mid- 
dleton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Motte Middleton and Mary Burroughs, his 
wife; Gov. James Hamilton and Elizabeth Mathews Heyward, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Hamilton and Elizabeth Lynch, his 
wife; Daniel Heyward and Ann Trezevant, his wife; John Middleton 
and Frances Motte, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughterof Thomas Heyward and Elizabeth Mathews, 
his wife; Jacob Motte and Rebecca Brewton, his wife; and of Thomas 
Lynch. 

James Hamilton was captain of Continental infantry when 
taken prisoner at Fort Montgomery. He received the Brit- 
ish flag, surrendered by Cornwallis at Yorktown. He was 
president of the State Society of the Cincinnati when he died 
in 1833, at the age of eighty-three. 

Thomas Lynch was a delegate to the first Continental Con- 
gress and was reelected until ill-health compelled him to re- 
tire. He was succeeded by his son Thomas, who signed the 
Declaration of Independence. 

Thomas Heyward at the age of thirty was a signer of the 
Declaration of Independence. Later he commanded artil- 
lery and during his service was wounded, taken prisoner and 
carried to St. Augustine. He died in 1809. 

John Middleton served in Lee's Legion during the war. 

Rebecca Brewton Motte was one of the distinguished wo- 
men of the Revolution. Her patriotism and sacrifice 

throughout the struggle have made her name immortal. 
Also Nos. 507, 1208. 

Mrs. Lucille S. Evans Magnenat. 9870 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Dr. Louis Edmond Magnenat. 

Descendant of Gen. William Lee Davidson, of North Caro- 
lina. 

Daughter of William Earle Evans and Jessie Davidson Rea, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Horsley Rea and Pamela Jane Ewing, his wife. 



308 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Cr. -granddaughter of Rev. Finis Ewing and Margaret Davidson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Lee Davidson and Mary Bre- 
vard, his wife. 

William Lee Davidson, 1776, served in the north as major. 
He subsequently raised a troop of volunteers, and for brav- 
ery was promoted to brigadier general. He was killed at 
Cowans Ford February i, 1 781, in an engagement with Corn- 
wallis. A county is named for him, and Congress passed a 
resolution soon after his death, and ordered that a monument 
should be erected to his memory. 
Also Nos. 196, 1255. 

Mrs. Bertha Fishback Wheless. 9871 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Joseph Sydney Wheless. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Yates, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Meade Fishback and Adelaide Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Fishback and Sophia Ann Yates, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Benjamin Poythress Yates and Eliza Stith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Yates and Anne Isham Poyth- 
ress, his wife. 

William Yates who was a student at William and Mary Col- 
lege when his father was president, served in the Virginia 

Line during the war. He died in Dinwiddie county in 1789. 
Also Nos 1774, 6152. 

Mrs, Jessie Davidson Evans. 9872 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of William Earle Evans. 

Descendant of Gen. William Davidson. 

Daughter of Hosley Rea and Pamela Jane Ewing, his wife. 
See No. 9870. 

Mrs. Eulah Evans Morris. 987^ 

Born in Texas. 
Wife of Dr. Seth M. Morris. 
Descendant of Gen. William Davidson. 



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Daughter of William Earle Evans and Jesse Davidson Rea, his 
wife. 
See No. 9870. 

Miss Emma Eloise Noble. 9874 

Born in Texas. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Pickens, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Samuel Bonneau Noble and Emma C. Noble, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gov. Patrick Noble and Elizabeth Bonneau 
Pickens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Pickens and Elizabeth Bonneau, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Pickens and Rebecca Floride 
Calhoun, his wife. 

Andrew Pickens commanded a company of militia at the 
beginning of the war. He rose to the rank of brigadier gen- 
eral and shared with Sumter and Marion the honor of de- 
feating the British and Tories. Congress voted him a sword 
for gallantry at the battle of Cowpens. He died in 1817, aged 
seventy-eight. 

Also Nos. 1234, 3443, 4850, 7352, 8423. 

Mrs. S. Isadore Miner. 9875 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Jabez Chadsey, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Mason Montgomery Sutherland and Marie Lucy 
Tripp, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Tripp and Sarah Greene 
Chadsey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Chadsey and Hannah Greene, his wife. 

Jabez Chadsey was a soldier under Sullivan in the defense 
of Newport and served on shore duty. He was drowned at 
sea in 1820, at the age of sixty-six. 

Mrs. Sophia Rowley Gordon. 9876 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Powhatan Graham Gordon. 

Descendant of Thaddeus Bradley and of Childs Taylor, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Fayette Robert Rowley and Maria Seymour Ensign, 
his wife. 



3IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIODT. 

Granddaug^hter of Theodore W. Ensign and Millisa. Bradley. Ins 
wife; Robert Rowley and Sophia Abigail Tajdor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Comer Bradley and Emily Spencer. Ms wife; 
Deacon Horace Taylor and Nancy Douglas, his wife. 

Gr,-gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Bradley and PamcU Whitney, 
his wife; Childs Taylor and Rhoda Bates, his wife. 

Thaddetis Bradley, 1777, enlisted as a soldier in CoL Sam- 
uel Elmore's regiment and served in the Commissary De- 
partment. He was a pensioner when he died at Barton, 
Ohio, in 1840, at the age of eighty-fotir. He belonged to a 
family of patriots and his older brother, Stephen Rowe Brad- 
ley, rose to eminence in Vermont. 

Childs Taylor, 1775, enlisted from Hartland for one year 
and served in the Canadian campaign. He then reenlxsted 
and was in the battles of Trenton and Germantown. In the 
same company was his brother-in-law, Hins'dale Bates. 

Mrs. Grace Lyon Seasholes. 9877 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Louis Seasholes, 

Descendant of Ens. John Perkins, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. William Ely Lyon and Sabrina Amy Chamber- 
Iain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chamberlain and Amy Perkins, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Perkins and Ruth Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Perkins and Elizabeth Herrington, 
his wife. 

John Perkins was ensign of the first company of Foster, 
Providence county, Rhode Island. His commission is still 
in the family. He died at Burlington in 1812, where he was 
born in 1749. 

Mrs. Camilla Hardin Davis. 9878 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of George W. Davis. 

Descendant of Col. William Hardin, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Frank Hardin and Cynthianna O'Brien, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Swan Hardin and Jerusha Blackburn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hardin and Sarah Bledsoe, his wife. 

William Hardin served under Marion in the south. His 
reports to the general give a picture of the fierce contest in 
the partisan warfare of the Revolution. 



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Mrs. Mary Phister Blaine, 9879 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Malnor C. Blaine, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Amos Morris, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Phister and Margaret Hutchins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Morris Aurelius Hutchins and Evelina Campbell, 
his wife. 
See No. 9586. 

Mrs. CoRiNNE M. Allen. 9880 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Clarence E. Allen. 

Descendant of Benjamin Colgrove, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jacob Tuckerman and Elizabeth EHinwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Tuckerman and Esther Elizabeth Cole- 
grove, his wife 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Colegrove and Elizabeth Bartelot, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Colgrove, who 

fought in the early wars, served at Stonington in 1776. He 
died in 1820, at the age of ninety-one. 

Mrs. Frances Laetitia Kent Knowlton. 9881 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Rev. Stephen Knowlton. 
Descendant of Rev. Dan Kent, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Rev. Cephas Henry Kent and Mary Abbie Clark, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Dan Kent and Betsey Griswold, his wife. 

Dan Kent was a soldier at Bennington and turned out at 
various alarms. He was a pensioner when he died in 1835, 
at the age of seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Clara Davis Childs. 9882 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Walter H. Childs. 

Descendant of Capt. Archelaus Putnam, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Davis and Sarah Rice, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Morris Rice and Roxanna Bartlett, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Adonijah Bartlett and Ruth Putnam, his wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Archelaus Putnam and Sarah Putnam, 
his wife. 
Archelaus Putnam turned out from Sutton as a minute man. 



312 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Louisa Bowdoin Garnett. 9885 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Theodore S. Garnett. 
Descendant of Hon. Francis Hopkinson and of Col. Joseph 

Borden, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. William Gilmer Smith and Elizabeth Upshur Bow- 
doin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Smith and Maria Hopkinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Hopkinson and Ann Borden, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Borden and Elizabeth Rogers, his 
wife. 

See No. 9072. 

Francis Hopkinson, 1774, was a member from Bordentown 
to the Provincial Council, and was chosen a delegate to the 
Continental Congress. He was a signer of the Declaration 
of Independence. In 1778 he wrote "The battle of the Keys," 
a humorous ballad, and his writings had great influence upon 
public sentiment in favor of the colonies. His son Joseph 
was the author of "Hail Columbia." 

Also Nos. 1024, 3914, 8699. 

Mrs. Susan Carr Lee. 9884 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Goodwin Lee. 

Descendant of Col. James Carr, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James Frederick Carr and Elvira Weston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Carr and Elvira Weston, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Carr and Susanna Wentworth, his 
wife. 

James Carr entered the army as lieutenant in Capt. Jona- 
than Wentworth's company and rose to the rank of colonel. 
He died at Somersworth in 1829, where he was born in 1748. 

Miss Elvira Elizabeth Carr. 988^ 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. James Carr. 

Daughter of James Frederick Carr and Elvira Weston, his wife. 

See No. 9884. 



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Mrs. Rita Crew Winfield. 9886 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Turner Winfield. 
Descendant of Hon. Thomas Lewis and of Col. Layton 

Yancey, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Joseph Strayer and Fannie Rodes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Rodes and Clarissa Yancey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Layton Yancey and Frances Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lewis and Janet Strother, his 
wife. 

Thomas Lewis was the son of a patriot mother whose five 
sons gave Revolutionary service. His defective eye-sight 
prevented his going into the field, as did his distinguished 
brothers. His twenty years in the House of Burgesses fitted 
him to be a leader in Augusta county when the colonies were 
aroused to revolt, and his name was among the first of the 
''Sons of Liberty." He served as a delegate to the conven- 
tion which framed the constitution, and 1778 was commis- 
sioner to treat with the Indians. He died in 1790, and his 
estate is still in possession of the family. 

Layton Yancey entered the army as lieutenant of Conti- 
nental Dragoons. He was among the officers who received 
land warrants for Revolutionary service. 

Also Nos. 473, 957, 4280, 5864. 



Mrs. Lucy Love Bailey Heneberger. 9887 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Andrew E. Heneberger. 

Descendant of Col. John Bailey, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Rufus William Bailey, D. D., and Marietta B. 
Perry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lebbens Bailey and Sarah Myrick, his wife. 

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

John Bailey served under Col. John Thomas when pro- 
moted colonel of the Second Massachusetts. At the siege of 
Boston he crossed the Neck and fortified the hill. He 
marched his regiment to defend New York and fought at 
White Plains. He was with Washington's army when it 
crossed the Delaware and aided in the capture of the Hessian 
General Rahl. He was in the Burgoyne campaign and at the 
surrender at Saratoga. Ill health compelled him to resign in 



314 DAUGHTERS OF THJS AMJ^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

1780, when he was retired on half pay, but his son Major 
Luther served through the war. His daughter Ruth, al- 
though her husband was one of the six Tories of Hanover, 
was a staunch patriot, and ran bullets for her father and 
brothers. His orderly books are still preserved at Hanover, 
where he died in 18 10, at the age of eighty. 
Also Nos. 135, 4534. 

Mrs. Stella Bowcock Martz. 9888 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Edward C. Martz. 

Descendant of Jesse Pitman Lewis, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. James Matthew Bowcock and Anna Baker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Jason Bowcock and Sarah Taliaferro 
Barksdale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nelson Barksdale and Jane Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Pitman Lewis and Nancy Clarkson, 
his wife. 

Jesse Pitman Lewis, 1779, enlisted at the age of sixteen. 
He served under Baron Steuben and was at the siege of 
Yorktown. He had "four brothers who were Revolutionary 
soldiers. He was a pensioner when he died in 1849 ^^ ^^^ 
old homestead in Albemarle county, where he was born. 

Also No. 2883. 

Mrs. Bettie Conrad Logan, 9889 

Born in Virginia. 

Widow of John Lester Logan. 

Descendant of Hon. Thomas Lewis, Col. Layton Yancey 
and Col. Daniel Smith, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Oliver Conrad and Diana Smith Yancey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William Burbridge Yancey and Mary Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Layton Yancey and Frances Lewis, his wife; 
William Smith and Diana McDonough, his wife. 

See No. 9886. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Smith and Jane Harrison, his wife 
(sister of Col. Benjamin Harrison). 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John Smith and Margaret 
Schoonhaefer, his wife. 



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Daniel Smith was the son of a patriot who on account of 
age was refused active duty. He served in the militia and 
when Rockingham county was organized in 1778 the first 
court was held at his house, and he was the first justice. The 
militia of the county, after the return of the troops from 
Yorktown, were celebrating the victory and as each soldier 
fired his gun, when the colonel passed, reviewing the troops, 
his horse took fright and from the injuries received he died 
in a few days. His sons John, Daniel and Benjamin served 
at Yorktown and were at the surrender. 

Also Nos. 4280, 5103. 

Mrs. Lizzie Hill Carter Strayer. 9890 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Henry Venable Strayer. 

Descendant of Charles Carter, Col. Robert Randolph and 
Gen. Thomas Nelson, Jr., all of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Wickham and Elizabeth Hill Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Hill Carter and Mary B. Randolph, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Carter and Mary Nelson, his wife; 
Robert Randolph and Elizabeth Hill Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Carter and Ann Butler Moore, 
his wife; and of Thomas Nelson, Jr. 

See No. 9053. 

Charles Carter, of Shirley, was a member of the Council 
and of the Constitutional Convention of 1776. He died in 
1806, at the age of seventy-four. 

Also No. 468. 

Robert Randolph, 1777, at the age of seventeen, was cor- 
net in Baylor's Continental Dragoons, and was wounded and 
taken prisoner at Tappan in 1778. He died in Fauquier 
county in 1825. 

Also Nos. 44, 1261, 5417. 

Mrs. Fannie Kyle Jones. 9891 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Dr. Thomas Olin Jones. 

Descendant of Hon. Thomas Lewis, Col. Layton Yancey 

and Col. Daniel Smith. 

Daughter of George Oliver Conrad and Diana Smith Yancey, his 
wife. 
See No. 9886, 9889. 



3l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss B. Rosalie Slaughter. 9892 

Bom in Virginia. 

Descendant of Charles Slaughter, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John F. Slaughter and Mary H. Harker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Harrison Slaughter, M. D., and Mary 
Rice Garland, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Charles Slaughter and Elizabeth Poindcxter, 
his wife. 

Charles Slaughter belonged to a family of patriots. When 
a boy he joined the cavalry and served through the war. 

Miss Ruth Hariston Early. 989^ 

Born in West Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. John Cabell, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Samuel H. Early and Hemian Cabell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. John Jordan Cabell and Hanry Ann Davies, 
his wife. 
See No. 9645. 

Miss Ada Boleyne Carrington. 9894 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Col. George Carrington and of Capt. Joseph 
Carrington, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. Joseph Littleberry Carrington and Adaline Sid- 
ney Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Carrington and Martha Povall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Carrington and Theodosia Mosby, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Carrington and Anne Mayo, his 
wife. 

George Carrington was chairman of the Cumberland Com- 
mittee of Safety and served as county lieutenant. He was 
also a member of the House of Delegates. He died in 1785, 
at the age of seventy-four. 

Joseph Carrington organized a company of minute men, 
and 1775-77 served in North Carolina and Virginia. He was 
a member of the Committee of Safety and 1777-78 repre- 
sented Cumberland county in the House of Delegates. He 
died in 1802, aged sixty-one. 



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Miss Anna Rhodes Goodwin. 9895 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Capt. John Winston and of Hon. John Pen- 
dleton, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Edmund Pendleton Goodwin and Lucy Ann 
Chiles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Thompson Goodwin and Elizabeth Pen- 
dleton, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Edmund Pendleton and Unity Yancey, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Henry Pendleton and Alcey Ann Wins- 
ton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Winston and Alice Bickerton, 
his wife; John Pendleton and Sarah Madison, his wife. 

John Pendleton was too old for active duty, but gave valua- 
ble civil service during the war. 

John Winston was five years in the army, and was given a 

large grant of land by the State for his service as captain. 
Also Nos. 3271, 5492, 6324. 

Mrs. Ann^e Craige Allison. 9896 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of John Phifer Allison. 
Descendant of Lieut. David Craige and of Martin Phifer, 

Jr., of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Burton Craige and Elizabeth Phifer Erwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Craige, Jr., and Mary Foster, his wife; 
James Erwin and Margaret Phifer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaugdhter of David Craige and Polly Foster, his wife; 
Martin Phifer, Jr., and Elizabeth Locke, his wife. 

David Craige was Heutenant in the company of Capt. Wil- 
liam Temple Coles and was distinguished for his bravery. 
He died in Rowan county in 1784. , 

Martin Phifer, Jr., served in the North Carolina Light 

Horse. He was a pensioner when he died in 1837, at the age 

of eighty-one. 
Also No. 6323. 

Mrs. Eleanor Fairman Buchanan. 9897 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of B. F. Buchanan. 



3l8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

Descendant of Col. William Preston and of Lieut. Francis 
Smith, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Judge John Preston Sheffey and Josephine Spiller, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James White Sheffey and Eleanor Fairman Pres- 
ton, his wife; William Hickman Spiller and Susan Crockett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. John Preston and Margaret Brown, his 
wffe; James Spiller and Catherine Markham Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Preston and Susanna Smith, his 
wife; Francis Smith and Catherine Markham, his wife. 

William Preston who had served in the House of Burgesses 
was county lieutenant in 1775 of Fincastle and Montgomery. 
He gave valuable service in the expedition against the Cher- 
okees, and in protecting the frontiers. He was congratu- 
lated by Greene for gallant conduct at Guilford Court House, 
where he received wounds which resulted in death. 

Also Nos. 1858, 2063, 3021, 5078, 7788. 

Francis Smith was lieutenant in the Hanover county militia 
and was granted a land patent for six years' service. 

Also No. 8889. 

Mrs. Susan Sheffey Copenhaver. 9898 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Marcellus Copenhaver. 
Descendant of Col. William Preston and of Lieut. Francis 

Smith. 

Daughter of Judge John Preston SheflFey and Josephine Spiller, his 
wife. 

See No. 9897. 

Mrs. Bettie Carter Smoot. 9899 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of William A. Smoot. 

Descendant of Col. Fielding Lewis, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Rev. William McGuire and Marietta H. Alexander, 

his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward C. MqGuire and Judith Lewis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Lewis and Judith Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, 

his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Augustine Washington and Mary Ball, 

his wife (the mother of the Commander-in-Chief). 

See No. 9515. 



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Mrs. Addie Lyons Bohmer. 9900 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Henry Bohmer, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Haynes Drew, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Peter Lyons and Addie Drew Deane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Francis H. Deane and Elizabeth Carrington 
Drew, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Haynes Drew, Jr., and Adeline Ab- 
bott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Haynes Drew and Ann Ran- 
dolph Harrison, his wife. 

Thomas Haynes Drew, 1777, was lieutenant of Continental 
infantry. He was regimental paymaster, served in Wash- 
ington's Life Guard, and was at the surrender of Cornwallis. 

Mrs. Blanche Burnett Parker, 9901 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of John Allyn Parker. 
Descendant of Capt. John Burnett and of Thomas Burnett, 

of New York. 

Daughter of George Byron Burnett and Helen Simcox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Burnett and Sarah Mills, his 
wife. 

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

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Burnett and Charity Vandemark, 
his wife; and of Thomas Burnett. 

John Burnett enlisted as an ensign and rose to the rank of 
captain. He died in 1824, at the age of eighty-five. 

Thomas Burnett while on guard as a soldier at Fort Mont- 
gomery, contracted a cold which resulted in blindness. He 
survived to draw a pension. 

Mrs. Mary McLaren Post Brown. 9902 

Born in New York. 

Wife of David Ellsworth Brown. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Chadwick, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Linus Edwin Post and Mary Delphine Sweet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Ezra Smith Sweet and Janet McLaren 
Clow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Sweet and Rebecca Chadwick, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Chadwick and Mary Jane Allen, his 
wife. 



320 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

John Chadwick, 1776, was lieutenant under Capt. Nathan 

Peter in a regiment of Foot, commanded by Col. Ebenezer 

Learned. He was in the battle of White Plains, where he 

was wounded in the leg. He died at Bradford, Vt., in 1821, 

at the age of seventy-two. His commission signed by John 

Hancock is still in the family. 

Also No. 2095. 

Mrs. Ida McKenny Reed. 9903 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Thomas M. Reed. 

Descendant of George Griswold and of Capt. Aaron Ste- 
vens, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas I. McKenny and Cynthia Adelaide King, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Washington Irving King and Cynthia Maria Kel- 
sey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ishi Kelsey and Mabel Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Griswold and Artemesia Stevens, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Stevens. 

George Griswold turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
enlisted for three years under Capt. Aaron Stevens.' He 
fought in many battles and was a pensioner when he died at 
Killingworth in 1834, where he was born in 1752. 

Aaron Stevens, 1775, enlisted from Killingworth as lieuten- 
ant in Capt. Edward Shipman's company. He rose to the 
rank of captain and was retired in 1781. He survived to re- 
ceive a pension. 

Mrs. Susan Chichester Smith. 9904 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Clarence A. Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Rev. Darwin Chichester and Caroline Chapin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Chapin and Esther Maria Ward, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Levi Ward and Mehetabel Hand, his 
wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hand and Siba Smith, his wife. 

Daniel Hand commanded a company from East Guilford in 
Col. Andrew Ward's regiment. He was in the New York 



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campaign of 1776, and his letter from Fort Washington to 
his wife is now a valuable relic in the family. He died in 
1816, at the age of eighty-four. 
Also Nos. 1447, 4460, 5466, 6020. 

Miss M. L, C. Tourtellotte. 990J 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Zaccheus Ballard, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Monroe Tourtellotte and Louisa C. Mills, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jacob Tourtellotte and Polly Ballard, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lynde Ballard and Polly Bates, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zaccheus Ballard and Elizabeth Valen- 
tine, his wife. 

Zaccheus Ballard^ ^777 y was a private in Capt. Jeremiah 
Kingsbery's company, Col. Jonathan Holman's regiment. 
He served several enlistments under different commands 
during the Revolution. He died at Thompson, Conn., in 
1800, at the age of sixty-nine. 

Mrs. Caroline Louise Ryan, 9906 

Born in Connecticut. 
• Wife of James Ryan. 

Descendant of Corp. David Stockbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William H. Heath and Elizabeth Smith Bartlett, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Bartlett and Lovisa Stockbridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Stockbridge and Patience Bartlett, his 
wife. 

David Stockbridge, 1777, turned out from Hadley as cor- 
poral with the Hampshire county militia, in Capt. John 
Thompson's company to reinforce the Northern Army. He 

died in 1832, at Amherst, where he was born in 1749. 
Also No. 4927. 

Mrs. Mariette Teall Olin. 9907 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Capt. Daniel Alpheus Olin. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel B. Griswold and of Joseph 

Teall, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Alfred Teall and Phirilla Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Teall and Anna Griswold, his wife. 

21 



322 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel B. Griswold and Mary Bushnell, his 
wife. 

Joseph Teall, 1781, enlisted for three years. While sta- 
tioned on the Hudson, he served in the body guard of Wash- 
ington. He was a pensioner when he died in Herkimer 
county, N. Y., in 1837, at the age of seventy-five. His father, 
Dr. Oliver Teall, was a surgeon in the English Army, but five 
of his six sons fought for the colonies, and all survived but 
Titus, who died at Valley Forge. 

Daniel B. Griswold, who had won the title of captain in the 
Colonial wars, served in the militia and as justice of the 
peace during the Revolution. His commissions are still in 
the family. He died at Fairfield, N. ^., in 1814. 

Miss Ida Ann Robinson. 9908 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Lieut. Victor C. Putnam, of New York. 

Daughter of Frederick Robinson and Ann Maria Bertholf, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry B. Bertholf and Ann Putnam, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Putnam and Gertrude Van Home, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Victor C. Putnam and Ann Garrison, his 
wife. 

Victor C. Putnam was lieutenant of Levies and also in the 
Tryon county militia. He served in the defense of the Mo- 
hawk Valley and was at the battles of Oriskany and Johns- 
town. He died in 1816, at the age of sixty. 

Also No. 6503. 

Mrs. Alma Robinson Pettit. 9909 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of O. M. Pettit. 

Descendant of Lieut. Victor C. Putman. 

Daughter of Frederick Robinson and Ann Maria Bertholf, his wife. 
See No. 9908. 

Miss Maria Louise Robinson. 9910 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Lieut. Victor C. Putman. 

Daughter of Frederick Robinson and Ann Maria Bertholf, his wife. 

See No. 9908. 



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Mrs. Olive L Crosby Scott. 991 i 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George W. Scott. 

Descendant of Capt. William Knox, Capt. William Knox, 
Jr., James Gillmore, Nathan Carnahan, and David Crosby, 

all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alonzo Knox Crosby and Cornelia Hamilton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Logan Crosby and Sally Knox, his wife; Marcus 
Hamilton and Olive Carnahan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Crosby and Grace Stevens, his wife; 
William Knox, Jr., and Submit Black, his wife; Nathan Carnahan 
and Elizabeth Gillmore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Knox and Isabel Ferguson, his 
wife; and of James Gillmore. 

William Knox, who had fought in the early wars, was a 
delegate from Blandford in 1775 to the Provincial Congress. 
He died in 1802, at the age of eighty. 

William Ki^oxv Jr., 1776, commanded a company in Col. 
John Mo'sTey's regiment. The Hampshire county militia 
servetf^at Ticonderoga and turned out at various alarms. 

James Gillmore, 1779, was a soldier in the Blandford com- 
pany. Third Regiment of militia. 

Nathan Carnahan enlisted in 1779 in Capt. Carpenter's com- 
pany. Col. Shepherd's regiment. He subsequently served as 
forage master. He died in 1846, aged eighty-six. 

David Crosby was but fifteen when war was declared but 
he served in the ranks during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Fannie Starr Glover. 9912 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. Alfred Kingsley Glover. 

Descendant of Capt. Roderick Beebe, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles D. Smythe and Fanny Beebe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Smith M. Beebe and Lydia A. Reynolds, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmond Beebe and Mary Murphy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roderick Beebe and Anna Vaughn, his 
wife. 

Roderick Beebe, 1776, enlisted as a private in the company 
of his brother, Capt. Roswell Beebe. He served as sergeant 
under Capt. Seth Marvin, Col. Samuel Drake's regiment, and 



324 DAUGHTERS OI'' THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

was at the battle of White Plains. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Canaan in 1832, at the age of seventy-nine. 

Miss Ida Cornelia Gray. 9915 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Vose, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Davis Gray and Sarah Cornelia Surge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Burge and Dolly Sumner Lunt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lunt and Ann Matilda Sumner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Davis Sumner and Dorothy Vose, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Vose and Sarah Howe, his 
wife. 

Joseph Vose served in the Canadian campaign, commanded 
a regiment at Monmouth, and served under Sullivan in 
Rhode Island. He had two horses shot under him at York- 
town. He was an original member of the Cincinnati, and 
died in 1816 at Milton, where he was born in 1739. 

Also Nos. 444, 974, 2348, 4026, 591 1, 6586. 

Mrs. Mary Lightfoot Garland. 9914 

Born in Virginia. 

Widow of Samuel Garland. 

Descendant of Col. Nelson Anderson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Capt. Jesse Anderson and Elizabeth West Jones, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nelson Anderson and Anne Ball, his wife. 

Nelson Anderson served in a troop of horse under Light 
Horse Harry Lee. When Tarleton made his raid in Vir- 
ginia he had command of a ford to prevent the crossing of 
the British. He died in Bedford county in 1826. 

Mrs. Mary Bell Parker Burns. 99 ij 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Isidore Burns. 

Descendant of Dr. Edmund Chadwick, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. James Black Parker and Mary Woodman Chad- 
wick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Chadwick and EHzabeth Brown Pike, his 
wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Chadwick and Elizabeth Crookin, his 
wife. 

Edmund Chadwick entered the army as a private and was 
surgeon's mate under Col. Alexander Scammel. He enlisted 
for three years and served as surgeon at Stillwater, Saratoga 
and Valley Forge. He died in 1826, aged seventy-five. 

Miss Virginia Roane Thorpe. 9916 

Born in Louisiana. 

Descendant of Gov. Patrick Henry, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Spencer Roane Thorpe and Helena Barbin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas J. Thorpe and Sarah Anne Roane, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Fayette Roane and Elizabeth Hunt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Spencer Roane and Anne Henry, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Patrick Henry and Sarah Anne Shel- 
ton, his wife. 

See No. 9559. 

Mrs. Jeanie Hollister Hale. 9917 

Born in California. 
Wife of Clinton Bennett Hale. 
Descendant of Elijah Hollister, John Hollister and William 

Welles, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Welles Hollister and Hannah Anne James, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hollister and Philena Hubbard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hollister and Mary Welles, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Hollister and Mehitable Judd, his 
wife; William Welles and Ann Shelton, his wife. 

Elijali Hollister served several terms in the Assembly and 
in 1776 was chosen on the Committee of Inspection. He died 
in 1785 at Glastonbury, where he was born in 1729. 

John Hollister, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Jonathan Hale's com- 
pany for service in the New York campaign. He died in 
1835, at the age of seventy-nine. 

William Welles served in the militia and died in 1778. 

Also Nos. 5698, 6979. 

Mrs. Harriet Parker Campbell. 9918 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of John Campbell. 



326 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN R^VOIyUTlON. 

Descendant of Leonard Parker and of Sergt. Gershom 
Fletcher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Leonard Fletcher Parker and Sarah Candace Pearse, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elise Parker and Dorothy Fletcher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Leonard Parker and Mary Foster, his wife; 
Gershom Fletcher and Sarah Robinson, his wife. 

Leonard Parker, 1781, served with the Levies in Capt. 
Samuel Fay's company, raised from Suffolk and Middlesex 
counties to reinforce the Continental Army. 

Gershom Fletcher turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Jonathan Minot's company. He enlisted in 1778 un- 
der Capt. Isaac Wood, Col. Jonathan Reed's regiment. 

Miss Elizabeth Mary Chamberlain. 9919 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Abiel Chamberlain, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George R. Chamberlain and M. Anna Parsons, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Child Chamberlain and Angeline Atwood 
Hosmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Chamberlain and Salome Child, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Chamberlain and Grace Ainsworth, 
his wife. 

Abiel Chamberlain, 1776, served as a private and clerk in a 
company commanded by Lieut. Jonathan Morris, and march- 
ed to the relief of New York. He died at Woodstock in 
1820, where he was born in 1736. 

Also No. 4871. 

Mrs. Lillian D. Kelsey. 9920 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William W. Kelsey. 

Descendant of David Dart, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William H. Rogers and Laura M. Dart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Dart and Mahala Chapel, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Dart and Mary Forga, his wife. 

David Dart, 1776, enlisted at the age of fifteen in Capt. 
Richard Deshon's company. Col. Samuel Selden's regiment, 
raised for the defense of New York. He survived to receive 
a pension for his services. 



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Mrs. Adelia Brown Elmer. 9921 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of George Elmer. 

Descendant of Andrew Smith and of Elisha Sanford, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horace Edward Brown and Anna Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Smith and Sarah Fowler, his wife; 
Abijah Brown and Mary Jones Sanford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Sanford and Rhoda Johnson, his wife. 

Andrew Smith was serving in the State Guards when taken 
prisoner in the Tryon raid. He died in 1836 at Milford, 
where he was born in 1763. 

Elisha Sanford served as a soldier under different com- 
mands. He was a pensioner when he died at Milford in 1841, 
at the age of ninety-one. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Brown Upham. 9922 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Lewis W. Upham. 

Descendant of Sergt. Henry Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Brown and Laura Andruss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lyman Brown and Sarah Tryon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Brown and Lydia Humphreys, his 
wife. 

Henry Brown turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He was 
a private at Bunker Hill, and later sergeant in Capt. Jonathan 
Heart's company, under command of Lafayette. He served 
to the close of the war and died in 1823. 

Mrs. Elizabeth S. Dickerman Barnes. 9923 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Herbert Barnes. 

Descendant of Enos Dickerman, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elihu Dickerman and Sylvia Humiston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Enos Dickerman and Mary Todd, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enos Dickerman and Lois Ailing, his wife. 

Enos Dickerman enlisted from Hamden as a soldier. He 
was captured, and died while a prisoner in New York City. 

Miss Grace R Steele. 9924 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Corp. Elijah Barnes, of Connecticut. 



328 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

Daughter of Davis Steele and Ella M. Wilcox, his wife- 

Granddaughter of David Steele and Eliza Andrews, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Myron Andrews and Lois Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Barnes and Eloise Taylor, his wife. 

Elijah Barnes enlisted as a private and served as corporal 
in Capt. Asa Brady's company, Col. Roger Enos' regiment. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Burlington in 1855, at 
the age of ninety-two. 

Mrs. Harriet Clark Garfield. . 992J 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Rev. Nathaniel Lyon Garfield. 

Descendant of Noah Clark, Lieut. Josiah Brainerd, Ezra 
Brainerd and Lieut. David Smith, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ammi Bailey Clark and Mary Brainerd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Clark and Suze Phelps, his wife; Rev. 
Israel Brainerd and Mary Huntington, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Clark and Amy Bailey, his wife; Dea- 
con Ezra Brainerd and Jerusha Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Clark and Sarah 'fainter, his wife; 
Josiah Brainerd and Hannah Spencer, his wife; David Smith and 
Dorothy Brainerd, his wife. 

Noah Clark enlisted when a lad and served until the sur- 
render of Yorktown. He died in 1851, aged eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 372s, 8325. 

Josiah Brainerd, who had fought in the early wars, served 
in the Revolution. He died in 1792 at Haddam, where he was 
born in 171 1. 

Ezra Brainerd, 1777-82, was a member from Haddam to the 
General Assembly. , 

David Smith turned out at the Lexington Alarm and for the 
defense of New York. 

Mrs. Mary Packer Clark. 9926 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Eben Clark. 

Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Avery, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Abram Wightman Packer and Emeline Ames, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Packer and Keturah Randall, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Packer and Hannah Avery, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham, his 

wife. 

Ebenezer Avery, 1776, on account of age resigned his com- 
mission. He died at Groton in 1780, aged seventy-six, and 
upon his tombstone is engraved, "He served his generation 
in various high and important offices in church and State/' 

Also Nos. 683s, 7005, 881 1. 

Mrs. Caroline E. Tracy Hale. 9927 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of A. Risley Hale. 

Descendant of Lieut. Hezekiah Tracy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Tracy and Sarah Ann Scovell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Tracy and Sarah Payne, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Tracy and Elizabeth Pettis, his 
wife. 

Hezekiah Tracy, who was born in England, served as lieu- 
tenant during the Revolution. He died at Norwich in 1791, 
at the age of fifty-five. 

Miss Rebecca J. Selleck. 9928 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Samuel Selleck, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Selleck and Mary Lynes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Selleck and Hannah Wood, his wife. 

Samuel Selleck enlisted as a private and was taken prisoner 
at the battle of Long Island. He died on the prison ship 
Whitby.'' His son David when sixteen fell at Ridgefield. 



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Mrs. Caroline A. St. John Prentiss. 9929 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Lieut. Roderick Prentiss. 

Descendant of Corp. Matthias St. John, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Chauncey St. John and Sarah Journay Mackey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan St. John and Anna Bump, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthias St. John and Naomie Weed, his 
wife. 

Matthias St. John, 1776, was corporal in Capt. John Car- 
ter's company, Wooster's regiment. He died in 1819, at the 
age of eighty-seven. His son Matthias served as a private. 



330 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 

Mrs. Ida Nichols Tillinghast. 9930 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Philip Tillinghast. 

Descendant of Youngs Morgan, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John E. Nichols and Mary Anna Sprague, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amasa Sprague and Fanny Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Morgan and Mary Mitchell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Youngs Morgan and Mary Avery, his 
wife. 

Youngs Morgan in 1776 was among the patriots who re- 
sponded to the call to reinforce the army in New York. He 
enlisted in Capt. Joseph Gallups* company, Eighth Regiment 
of militia. He died in 1809 at Groton, where he was born in 
1741, and where his ancestors for generations had been prom- 
inent in church and State. 

Also Nos. 5959, 6997. 

Mrs. Sabra Estella Buck Perkins. 9931 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Merwin H. Perkins. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Hollister, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Erastus Buck and Lucy M. Brainard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benoni Buck and Lucretia Hollister, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hollister and Jemima Goodrich, his 
wife. 

Thomas Hollister, 1776, was lieutenant in Capt. Joseph 
Moseley's company, Col. Fisher Gay's regiment, raised to re- 
inforce Washington. He was at the battles of Long Island 
and White Plains. He died in 1813 at Glastonbury, where 
he was born in 1738. 

Mrs. Charlotte Fitch Collender. 9932 

Born in New York. 

Widow of William Vincent Collender. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Rochester. 

Daughter of Augustus B. Fitch and Eliza H. Rochester, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William B. Rochester and Eliza Hatch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Rochester and Sophia Beatty, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Rochester, 1775, served on the Committee of 
Safety of Orange county. North Carolina, and in 1776 in the 



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Provincial Congress. He was appointed paymaster and com- 
missary general of military stores and established a manu- 
factory of arms at Hillsboro. He died in 1831, aged seventy- 
nine at Rochester, N. Y., the city that he founded. 
Also Nos. 1 138, 2049, 5463. 

Miss Bertha Frances Lewis. 9933 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Uriel Morehouse, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Lewis and Mary Augusta Morehouse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Madison Morehouse and Mary Ann 
Morehouse, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Morehouse and Hannah Gould, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Uriel Morehouse and Sarah Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Uriel Morehouse turned out from Fairfield at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and marched for the relief of Boston in Capt. 
David Dimon's company. He died at Fairfield in 1827, where 
he was born in 1740. 

Mrs. Fanny H. Brown Hyde. 9934 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Theophilus R. Hyde. 
Descendant of Corp. Samuel Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Elnathan C. Brown and Frances Gardner Hazard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Brown and Annie J. Clark, his wife. 

Samuel Brown, 1776, was corporal in Capt. Thomas Wheel- 
er's company. Eighth Regiment. He was also a conductor 
of troops. When over eighty he applied for a pension, and it 
was allowed for twenty-three months actual service. 

Mrs, Mary A- Havens Haley, 993^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Irvin Haley. 

Descendant of Col. Benadam Gallup and of Corp. Jesse 
Gallup, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Jonathan Havens and Abby P. Holdridge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Havens and Cathrine Gallup, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Gallup and Cathrine Fish, his wife. 



332 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benadam Gallup and Hannah Avery, his 
wife. 

Benadam Gallup served in Wadsworth's brigade at Long 
Island and White Plains. His commission is still in the fam- 
ily. He died in 1800, at the age of eighty-four. 

Also Nos. 3180, 4170, 5307, 7025. 

Jesse Gallup, 1776, served as corporal in Capt. John Mor- 
gan's company. Eighth Regiment of militia. 

Mrs. Ellen W. Hyde Scovill. 9936 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry William Scovill. 
Descendant of Dr. Phineas Hyde, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Theophilus Rogers Hyde and Fanny Hazard Brown, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hyde and Lucy Ann Burrows, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Hyde and Esther Holdridge, his wife. 

Phineas Hyde served as surgeon's mate on the frigate 
"Confederacy." He applied for a pension at the age of sev- 
enty and the next year died at Mystic in 1820. 

Mrs. Florilla M. Stanley. 9937 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of Robert N. Stanley. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Hayes, of Connecticut; Dr. 
Josiah Harvey and Benjamin Parsons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Hutchins and Cynthia Ann Hayes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orlin Parsons Hayes and Elizabeth P. Harvey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Hayes and Ruhamah Parsons, his wife; 
Dr. Rufus Harvey and Cynthia Bucklin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hayes and Rosanna Holcombe, 
his wife; Josiah Harvey and Elizabeth Bates, his wife; Benjamin 
Parsons and Miriam Winslow, his wife. 

Samuel Hayes turned out at the Lexington Alarm and com- 
manded a company in the New York campaign in 1776. He 
served several enlistments during the war. 

Josiah Harvey, 1776, entered the service as surgeon's mate 
in Col. John Fellow's regiment. 

Benjamin Parsons was a minute man at the Lexington 



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Alarm and served in the Canadian campaign. He died at 
Moriah. N. Y., in 1812, at the age of fifty-nine. 

Miss Mary Louise Prindle. 9938 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. John Leland, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Isaac Brewster Prindle and Julia M. Scovel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ashley Scovel and Anna Leland Philips, his wife. 
See No. 9866. 

Miss Caroline Adams Banks. 9939 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Banks, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Adams Banks and Susan Sherman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Banks and Miriam Banks, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Banks and Sarah Couch, his wife. 

Hezekiah Banks was a private under Capt. Jabez Wheeler. 
He was with the militia in the defense of Danbury, as were 
his brothers Benjamin and Jonathan. He died at Easton in 
1812, at the age of sixty-four. 

Also Nos. 6208, 8692. 

Miss Sallie Douglas Wells, 9940 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Sergt. Elihu Curtis, Benjamin Uflord and 

Sergt. Benjamin Wells, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Lewis Wells and Maria Catherine McEwen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Wells and Julia Ufford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Uflford and Phebe Curtis, his wife; 
Curtis Judson Wells and Ruth Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Curtis and Phebe Burritt, his wife; 
Benjamin Wells and Elizabeth Wells, his wife; Benjamin Uflford and 
Elizabeth Uflford, his wife. 

Elihu Curtis, 1779, served as sergeant in Capt. James 
Booth's company, Dimon's regiment, to repel the invasion of 
Tryon at New Haven. He died in 1820, aged seventy-nine. 

Benjamin Ufford, 1778, served in the coast guard. He died 
in 1810 at Stratford, where he was born in 1741. 

Benjamin Wells, 1781, enlisted from Stratford and served 
on the Hudson in Canfield's militia regiment. 



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary Louise Peck. 9941 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Corp. Josiah Peck and of Nehemiah Curtis, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thaddeus Emory Peck and Sarah Colton Sammis, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thaddeus Peck and Mary Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Peck and Hannah Peck, his wife; 
Judson Curtis and Polly Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Peck and Helen Birdsey, his wife; 
Nehemiah Curtis and Phebe Wells, his wife. 

Josiah Peck, 1776, entered the army as a private and served 
several enlistments during the war. He was corporal at the 
New Haven Alarm and his brother Nathan served as fifer. 
He died at Stratford in 1821, where he was born in 1751. 

Also No. 4204. 

Nehemiah Curtis, 1779, turned out from Stratford in Capt. 
James Booth's company to repel the invasion of the British. 

Mrs. Mary Amelia Beardsley Bartram. 9942 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Orlando Bartram. 

Descendant of Ens. Benjamin Beardsley, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ira Beardsley and Anah Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Beardsley and Abigail Judson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Beardsley and Thankful Beardsley, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Beardsley, 1777, served in the militia under Capt. 
John Yeats. In 1779 he turned out in Capt. Joseph Birdsey's 
company for the defense of New Haven. 

Mrs, C. Eliza Brooks Dickinson. 9943 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Sylvanus C. Dickinson. 
Descendant of Abraham Beardsley and of Capt. Daniel 

Judson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Isaac Brooks and Sarah Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James B. Lewis and Mary Beardsley, his wife; 
Isaac Brooks and Sally Burritt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Curtis Beardsley and Mary Allen, his wife; 
William Brooks and Phebe Judson, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Beardsley and Bethia Curtis, 
his wife; Daniel Judson and Sarah Curtis, his wife. 

Abraham Beardsley served in the militia during Tryon^s 
invasion. He was also inspector of gun powder, and made 
arms that were commended for their excellence. He died at 

Stratford in 1815, where he was born in 1726. 

Also Nos. 4392, 6206, 7389. 

Daniel Judson was appointed inspector of fire arms for Fair- 
field county. He served several terms in the General Assem- 
bly and turned out at the alarms with the militia. He died at 
Stratford in 1813, at the age of eighty-five. 

Mrs. Mary Alice Holbrook Turner. 9944 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Arthur G. Turner. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathan Kinne, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Justin Holbrook and Mary E. Clarke, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Holbrook and Betsey Kinne, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Kinne and Deborah Kinne, his wife. 

Nathan Kinne, 1776, was sergeant in Capt. Zebadiah In- 
gall's company, Col. Ebenezer Williams' regiment, that 
marched for the defense of New York. He died at Windham 
in 1798, at the age of forty-nine. 

Mrs. Maria Elizabeth Phenix. 994^ 

Born in Asia. 

Wife of George P. Phenix. 

Descendant of Samuel Griggs and of Daniel Hammond, of 
Massachusetts ; Josiah Stevens, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. Edward Oliver Stevens and Hariet Calista Ma- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Mason and Helen Maria Griggs, his 
wife; Rev. Edward Abiel Stevens and Elizabeth Lincoln Haven, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Griggs and Sarah Fuller, his wife; 
Oliver Stevens and Eliza Sumner Winn, ys wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Griggs and Beulah Hammond, 
wife; Josiah Stevens and Mary Gray, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hammond and Lucy Jones, 
his wife. ' : - 

Samuel Griggs turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
died in 1814, at the age of sixty-one. 



33^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daniel Hammond, who was crippled from his service at 
Louisberg, volunteered for the defense of Boston, in Capt. 
Amariah Fuller's company. 

Josiah Stevens, 1776, was a signer of the Articles of Asso- 
ciation. He served as a soldier at Ticonderog^ and Ben- 
nington, as his tombstone records, on the Isle of Shoals. 

Also Nos. 6849, 7076. 

Mrs. Hannah Rindge Bowen. 9946 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Andrew J. Bowen. 

Descendant of Abijah Sessions, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jonathan K. Rindge and Johanna Dana Griggs, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Hendrick Griggs and Sarah Dana Sessions, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Sessions and Hannah May, his wife. 

Abijah Sessions turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
was a pensioner when he died in 1834 at Union, where he was 
born in 1753. 

Mrs. Eva Roselle Vinton Avery. 9947 

Born in Connecticut.- 

Descendant of David Vinton and of Seth Vinton, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Chelsea Crandall Vinton and Eveline Johnson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Vinton and Esther Crandall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Vinton and Dorcas Rider, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Vinton. 

Seth Vinton, 1775, was a minute man from Stoughton and 
served several enlistments during the Revolution. He died 
in 1848, at the age of ninety-two. His father also turned out 
at the Lexington Alarm. 

Miss Elizabeth McLean Maynard. 9948 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Bezaleel Maynard and of Jonathan Childs, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Bannister Maynard and Sarah McLean, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of Abner Maynard and Sally Hicks, his wife; Fran- 
cis McLean and Sarah Childs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bezaleel Maynard and Elizabeth Keyes, his 
wife; Jonathan Childs and Rebecca Hinckley, his wife. 

Bezaleel Maynard, who had fought in the early wars, en- 
listed in 1775 in Capt. Daniel Howe's company. The powder 
horn that he carried is still in the family. He died at Phillips- 
ton in 1795, at the age of sixty-four. 

Jonathan Childs enlisted in the Worcester county regiment 
commanded by Col. James Converse. He died at Easton, 
N. Y., in 1825, at the age of sixty-eight. 

Mrs. Sallie Tennent Turner. 9949 

Born in Delaware. 

Wife of William Argyle Turner. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Waples, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Henry Clay Waples and Mary A. Tennent, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William D. Waples and Sophia Dickinson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Waples and Ann Custis, his wife. 

Samuel Waples entered the army as lieutenant of the Ninth 
Virginia Regiment and was at Brandywine and Germantown, 
where he was taken prisoner. He escaped disguised as a 
Quaker in clothes brought him by Ann Custis. He served to 

the close of the war and died in 1834, aged eighty. 
Also No. 7712. 

Miss Ella Turner. 99jo 

Born in Delaware. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Waples. 

Daughter of William Argyle Turner and Sallie Tennent Waples, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Clay Waples and Mary A. Tennant, his 
wife. 

See No. 9949. 

Mrs. Susan A. Goodman. 99p 

Born in Texas. 
Wife of Roland L. Goodman. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell and of Ens. James 
McDowell, of Virginia. 
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338 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Chauncey B. Shepard and Mary Hester Andrews, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Andrews and Mary McDowell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James McDowell and Mary Paxton Lyle, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung, 
his wife. 

See No. 9384. 

James McDowell, 1776, enlisted as a soldier at the age of 
sixteen and was ensign at the siege of Yorktown. He was a 
pensioner when he died in Mason county, Ky., in 1843. 

Mrs. Carolyn Jackson Harper. 99 J2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Robert Newton Harper. 
Descendant of Gen. Elihu Marvin and of Dr. Theophilus 

Rogers, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Henry Roush and Catharine Adelaide Marvin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Havens Marvin and Eliza Clarke 
Fought, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Marvin and Ruth Custard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theophilus Rogers Marvin and Julia A. 
C. Coggeshall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Marvin and Elizabeth Rogers, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theophilus Rogers and Penelope 
Rogers, his wife. 

Theophilus Rogers, a noted physician of Norwich, was ap- 
pointed in 1774 on the standing committee of cori^espond- 
ence. He died in 1801, at the age of seventy. 

Elihu Marvin, 1777, entered the service as lieutenant and 
was at Germantown and Valley Forge. He was brigade 
major when retired in 1778. At the New Haven Alarm 1779 
he volunteered as aide to Gen. James Wadsworth. He died 
at Norwich in 1798, aged forty-five. 

Dr. Alice Burritt. 99J3 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Rev. Blackleach Burritt, James Nichols, 
Sergt. Edward Dimmick, Lieut. John Hubbell, John Hubbell, 



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Jr., Gideon Wells, Ens. Joshua Tilden, Hezekiah Curtis, Na- 
than Thompson and James Curtis, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Burritt and Amanda Nichols, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Blackleach Burritt, Jr., and Sally Hubbell, his 
wife; Eli Nichols and Eunice Dimmick, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Blackleach Burritt and Martha Wells, his 
wife; Philo Nichols and Caty Curtis, his wife; Edward Dimmick and 
Esther Tilden, his wife; John Hubbell, Jr., and Sarah Curtis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Nichols and Phoebe Plum, his 
wife; John Hubbell and Hannah Wheeler, his wife; Gideon Wells 
and Eunice Wells, his wife; Joshua Tilden and Eunice Carpenter, his 
wife; Hezekiah Curtis and Sarah Thompson, his wife; and of James 
Curtis. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Thompson and Hannah 
Lewis, his wife. 

Blackleach Burritt, a graduate of Yale, was a patriot 
preacher who took his musket into the pulpit. He was so 
obnoxious to the British that he was captured and confined 
in the old sugar house. While a prisoner he was nursed by 
the father of Washington Irving. 

Also Nos. 4094, 5719, 6510. 

James Nichols, 1775-79, served five enlistments, and was in 
the battle of Long Island. He died at Fairfield in 1824, 
where he was born in 1743. 

Edward Dimmick turned out at the Lexington Alarm and 
in 1776 enlisted for the war. His brothers Shubeal and Jedu- 
than were gallant soldiers. He died in Pennsylvania in 1830, 
at the age of eighty-two. ' ' 

John Hubbell and his son John served in the defense of the 
border during the Burgoyne campaign. 

Gideon Wells served two years in the militia. He died at 
Stratford in 1805, at the age of eighty-five. 

Joshua Tilden, 1775, enlisted as a private and, 1776, served 
as ensign. He was a pensioner from Coventry, where he 
died in 1819, and where he was born in 1749. 

Hezekiah Curtis, 1777, turned out from Fairfield under 
Capt. Joseph Birdsey to reinforce the army on the Hudson. 

Nathan Thompson was in the battles of Long Island, Ger- 
mantown, and with the suffering army at Valley Forge. He 
died in 1815, at the age of eighty-six. 



340 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

James Curtis enlisted in 1775, and, served in Capt. Heze- 
kiah Welles' company that occupied Boston after the sieg'e. 

Mrs. Maria Lloyd Wilson. 99J4 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of William James Wilson. 

Descendant of Col. James Otis and of Brig. Gen. Joseph 
Otis, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Valentine Claiborne Hanna and Frances Mary Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justin Smith and Maria Brenneck Lloyd, his 
wife. 

See No. 9038. 

MRS- Mary Justine Durant. 99^j 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of James Maxwell Durant. 

Descendant of Col. James Otis and of Gen. Joseph Otis. 

Daughter of William James Wilson and Maria Lloyd Hanna, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Valentine Claiborne Hanna and Frances Mary 
Smith, his wife. 

See Nos. 9038, 9954. 

Mrs. Kate Huntress Dyer. 99j6 

Born in Massachusetts. 
. Widow of Col. George Washington Dyer, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Richard Furber, James Chesley and Chris- 
topher Huntress, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Leonard Huntress and Lydia Ann McKinnon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of JToseph Pattison Huntress and Sally Chesley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Chesley and Elizabeth Downing 
Furber, his wife; Mark Huntress and Temperance Ayre, his wife- 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Furber and Elizabeth Downing, 
his wife; and of Christopher Huntress. 

Richard Furber was a signer of the Association Pledge of 
Rochester. These patriots promised at the risk of their lives 
and fortunes to oppose the British fleets and armies. 

James Chesley served in the ranks in Capt. William Har- 
per's company, Col. Isaac Wyman's regiment. His name is 
found among the defenders of Rochester, where he died at 
the advanced age of one hundred and one. 



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Mrs. Augusta Riley Fitz Simons. 9962 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gen. Charles Fitz Simons. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ashbel Riley, of Cincinnati. 

Daughter of Justin Riley and Abigail Hagaman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ashbel Riley, who enlisted in 1777 for 
the war and was drum-major in Capt. John Barnard's com- 
pany. His discharge, which bears the signature of Washing- 
ton, says, "Sergeant Ashbel Riley has been honored with the 
badge of merit for six years' faithful service." 

Mrs. Alice M. McDonald. 996^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of John B. McDonald 

Descendant of Ens. Adams Chapin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Austin Daniels and Mary E. Evans, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Daniels and Betsy Chapin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Adams Chapin and Olive Sumner, his wife. 
Adams Chapin, 1777, served as a minute man at the alarms 
under Capt. William Jennison and Capt. Samuel Warren* 

He died in 1832, at Milford, where he was born in 1750. 
Also No. 6738. 

Mrs. Emma Hagan Adolphus. 9964 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Wolfe Adolphus. 
Descendant of William Crolius and of Abraham Wester- 

velt, of New York. 

Daughter of Anderson Hagan and Jane Westervelt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Westervelt, Jr., and Marion McKenzie, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John McKenzie and Catherine Crolius, 
his wife; Abraham Westervelt and Betsy Blauvelt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Crolius and Mary Clarkson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Crolius and Vronika Corce- 
lius, his wife. 

Abraham Westervelt enlisted in the Orange county militia, 

under Capt. William Sickles and Col. Ann Hawk Hay. 

William Crolius, who was born in Germany in 1700, was a 

patriot too old for active service during the Revolution. 
Also Nos. 528, 7912. 



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Eliza Hall Merrill. 99J9 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Hartley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Stiles Merrill and Susan Anne Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hartley Hall and Harriet Eliza Harris, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Hall and Eleanor Hartley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hartley and Catherine Holtz- 
inger, his wife. 

Thomas Hartley, 1775, was a member from York county to 
the Provincial Congress. He gave three years' service in 
the army, and Congress in accepting his resignation passed 
resolutions acknowledging his merit. He died in 1810, at 
the age of fifty-two. The Yorktown Chapter of the Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution has placed to his memory a 
brass tablet in St. John's church. 

Miss Mary Hall Merrill. 9960 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Hartley. 

Daughter of Joseph Stiles Merrill and Susan Anne Hall, his wife. 

See No. 9959. 

Miss Theresa Antoinette Ward. 9961 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Gov. George Mathews, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Francis Meriwether Ward and Maria Antoinette Curt- 
wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin F. Ward and Sarah Jordan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Fleming Jordan and Anne Meriwether, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Meriwether and Rebecca 
Mathews, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Mathews and Anne Paul, his 
wife. 

George Mathews fought under Gen. Andrew Lewis at Point 
Pleasant, and 1777 was colonel of Virginia troops. He was 
at Brandywine and Germantown, where he was wounded and 
captured. He was confined on a prison ship for four years 
and when exchanged served with Greene in the South. 

Also Nos. 41 18, 6340. 



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Mrs. Augusta Riley Fitz Simons. 9962 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gen. Charles Fitz Simons. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ashbel Riley, of Cincinnati. 

Daughter of Justin Riley and Abigail Hagaman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ashbel Riley, who enlisted in 1777 for 
the war and was drum-major in Capt. John Barnard's com- 
pany. His discharge, which bears the signature of Washing- 
ton, says, "Sergeant Ashbel Riley has been honored with the 
badge of merit for six years' faithful service." 

Mrs. Alice M. McDonald. 996^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John B. McDonald 

Descendant of Ens. Adams Chapin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Austin Daniels and Mary E. Evans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Daniels and Betsy Chapin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adams Chapin and Olive Sumner, his wife. 

Adams Chapin, 1777, served as a minute man at the alarms 
under Capt. William Jennison and Capt. Samuel Warren* 
He died in 1832, at Milford, where he was born in 1750. 

Also No. 6738. 

Mrs. Emma Hagan Adolphus. 9964 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Wolfe Adolphus. 
Descendant of William Crolius and of Abraham Wester- 

velt, of New York. 

Daughter of Anderson Hagan and Jane Westervelt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Westervelt, Jr., and Marion McKenzie, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John McKenzie and Catherine Crolius, 
his wife; Abraham Westervelt and Betsy Blauvelt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Crolius and Mary Clarkson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Crolius and Vronika Corce- 
lius, his wife. 

Abraham Westervelt enlisted in the Orange county militia, 
under Capt. William Sickles and Col. Ann Hawk Hay. 

William Crolius, who was born in Germany in 1700, was a 
patriot too old for active service during the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 528, 7912. 



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs, Kate M, Ives Waldo. 996^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Otis H. Waldo. 
Descendant of Joel Ives, Ezekiel Hotchkiss and Samuel 

Gorham, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Ives and Catharine M. Osborn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Osborn and Nancy Hitchcock, his wife; 
Enoch Ives and Sarah Gorman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hitchcock and Phebe Hotchkiss, 
his wife; Samuel Gorham and Sarah Lines, his wife; Joel Ives and 
Mary Heaton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Hotchkiss and Hannah Ailing, 
his wife. 

Joel Ives served in Capt. Samuel Peck's company, Col. Wil- 
liam Douglas' regiment, at the battles of Long Island, ICip's 
Bay and White Plains. He died in 1825, aged seventy-six. 

Ezekiel Hotchkiss turned out for the defense of New Haven 
where he was killed by the British July 5, 1779. 

Samuel Gorham enlisted in 1777 in Capt. Theophilus Mun- 

son's company. He died at New Haven in 1805, where he 

was born in 1753. 
Also No. 8927. 

Miss Fannie C. Wright. 9966 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Lieut. Levi Parker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Samuel F. Wright and Sarah L. Cummings, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Parker Wright and Elizabeth Taylor, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Parker and Rebecca Fletcher, his wife. 

Levi Parker turned out from Groton at the Lexington 
Alarm. He served as ensign in 1777 and was lieutenant at 
the close of the war. He died at Hollis, N. H., in 1825, at the 
age of seventy-three. 

Mrs. Elizabeth R. MacCarthy. 9967 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Joseph P. MacCarthy. 
Descendant of E. Lemuel Benedict, Jonathan Benedict and 

Nathaniel Benedict, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Levant C. Rhines and Sarah Benedict, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Moses Benedict and Elizabeth Welch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of E. Lemuel Benedict and Annis Hickcox, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Benedict. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Benedict and Hannah 
Benedict, his wife. 

E. Lemuel Benedict, 1782, at the age of fifteen, took the 
place of his father, who was disabled in the army. He died 
at Spring Arbor, Mich., in 1839. 

Jonathan Benedict served as a soldier and was a pensioner 
when he died in 1834, at the age of ninety. 

Nathaniel Benedict served in the ranks during the Revolu- 
tion as did his son and grandson. 

Mrs. Etta M. Ives Quincy. 9968 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles F. Quincy. 

Descendant of Capt. Francis Perkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Perkins Ives and Ada S. Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Bradshaw Ives and Mary Perkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Perkins and Martha Perkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Francis Perkins and Martha Low, his 
wife. 

See No. 9103. 

Mrs. Polly Nelson Holcomb. 9969 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Willis B. Holcomb. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Dearborn, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of David Nelson and Sarah Dearborn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Dearborn and Polly Bacon, his wife. 

Nathaniel Dearborn, 1775, volunteered in Capt. Aaron 
Kinsman's company. Col. John Stark's regiment. He served 
several enlistments during the war under different commands. 
He was a pensioner when he died in Tioga county, N. Y., in 
1850, at the age of ninety-three. 

Miss Elizabeth Lucina Lyman. 9970 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Joniah Beach, of New Jersey. 



346 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAIT REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Micah Jones Lyman, M. D., and Eliza J. Ward, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Lyman and Catherine Tichenor Beach, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joniah Beach and Susanna Tichenor, his wife. 

Joniah Beach served in the Essex county militia, and also 
with the Continental troops. As he was an expert worker in 
iron he was detailed to manufacture bayonets for the army. 

Miss Mary E. Lyman, 9971 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Joniah Beach. 

Daughter of Micah Jones Lyman, M. D., and Eliza J. Ward, his 
wife. 
See No. 9970. 



Miss Harriott A. Fox. 9972 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Cephas Child and of Col. Remembrance 
Chamberlain, of Vermont; Edmond Elliott, of New Hamp- 
shire ; Roswell Brown, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Harry Fox and Emeline Buxton Chamberlain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Moody Chamberlain and Mary Child, his 
wife; Hiram Fox and Ozinia Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roswell Brown and Ruth Kellogg, his wife; 
Remembrance Chamberlain and Elizabeth Elliott, his wife; Cephas 
Child and Martha Child, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmond Elliott and Mehitable Worthen, 
his wife. 

Cephas Child enlisted on the first call for troops and served 
at the siege of Boston in Capt. Ephraim Manning's company. 
He died at Bradford in 1836, at the age of eighty. 

Edmond Elliott was too old to give active service, but was 
a signer in 1776 of the Association Test of Chester. 

Roswell Brown, 1777, enlisted from Westfield in Capt. John 
Kellogg's company. 

Remembrance Chamberlain served through the war under 
the command of Col. Peter Olcott. He rose to the rank of 
lieutenant and his duties in frontier service were arduous. 



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Mrs. Katherine Clinton Spencer Cramer. 9975 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Eliphalet Wickes Cramer. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. James Clinton, of New York. 
Daughter of James Clinton Spencer and Kate P. Murdock, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alexander O. Spencer and Mary E. Norton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Burrage Norton and Mary Clinton, 
his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Clinton and Mary DeWitt, his wife. 

James Clinton entered the army as colonel and rose to the 

rank of major general. He died in 1812, aged seventy-six. 
Also Nos. 389, 1430, 7876, 8825. 

Miss Anna Potter Hendricks. 9974 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. James Potter, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Dr. J. Grover Hendricks and Maria Potter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Potter and Susan Irvin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Judge James Potter and Mary Brown, his 
wife. 
See No. 9019. 

Mrs. Harriet Hichborn Slack. 997^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Charles H. Slack. 

Descendant of Thomas Hichborn and of Robert Hichborn, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Zebulon Carr Favor and Harriet Hichborn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Hichborn and Betsey Hopkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Hichborn and Susannah Elwood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hichborn and Isannah Fadree, 
his wife. 

Thomas Hichborn served on the Boston Committee of 

Correspondence and Safety. 

Robert Hichborn was one of the patriot guards of the tea 

ships. He died at Stockton, Me., in 1800, at the age of sixty. 
Also No. 5862. 

Mrs. Mary Field Boyle. 9976 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Loren L. Boyle. 



350 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAIT REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Bradley and Parnell Whitney, his 
wife; and of John Gould. 

See No. 9876. 

John Gould served as a soldier during the Revolution. He 
volunteered from Westminster, where he died in 1809. 

Miss Esther Morgan. 9981 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Freeman Morgan and Mary Ann Eastman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Eastman and Abigail Wilkens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., and Ruth Bradley, 
his wife. 

See No. 9629. 

Mrs. Ellurah Megrue Young. 9982 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Andrew Megjue, of Maryland. 
Daughter of William Megrue and Mary Ann Osborn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Paul Megrue and Nancy Newton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Megrew and Hannah Rush, his wife. 
Andrew Megrue served as a soldier during the Revolution. 

He died at Milford, Ohio, in 1823, at the age of sixty-three. 
Also No. 6260. 

Mrs. Louise Beman Marston. 9983 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of James Drumond Marston. 

Descendant of Serg^. Samuel Beman, Ebenezer Whiton 
and Hon. Joseph Whiton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Smith Beman and Caroline Warner Whiton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Nathan Sidney Smith Beman and Caroline 
Bird Yancey, his wife; Ebenezer Whiton and Samantha Whiton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Beman and Silence Douglass, his 
wife; Joseph Whiton and Amanda Garfield, his wife; and of Ebenezer 
Whiton. 

Samuel Beman enlisted in 1777 and served three years. He 
was a pensioner when he died at Hampton, N. Y., in 1845, at 
the age of eighty-nine. 



I^INEAGE BOOK. 349 



Josiah Crane, 1776, was lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Hal- 
sey, Morris county militia, and subsequently commanded a 
company. He died at Middletown, N. Y., in 1822, at the age 
of seventy-seven. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Hoy. 9979 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Descendant of William Hoy and of William Hoy, Jr., of 
New York; James Harris, of Massachusetts; Isaac Bates, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Harris Hoy and Mary Elizabeth Young, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Romayne Hoy and Mary Austin, his wife; 
Alexander Young and Elizabeth Bates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Hoy, Jr., and Sarah Drown, his 
wife; Nehemiah Bates and Archange Reubedeux, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hoy and Agnes Guthrie, his 
wife; James Harris and Martha Harris, his wife; Isaac Bates and 
Mehitabel Pratt, his wife. 

William Hoy, who was born in Scotland, served in the Char- 
lotte county regiment under the command of Maj. Thomas 
Armstrong. He died at Salem in 1806, aged seventy-nine. 
His son William was also a soldier in the same company. 

Isaac Bates served in the sea-coast guards under Capt. Reu- 
ben Schofield and Capt. Isaac Lockwood. He died at Say- 
brook in 1806, where he was born in 1736. 

James Harris, 1777, was among the volunteers who cap- 
tured Gen. Prescott. He died in 1843, aged eighty-nine. 
Upon his gravestone at Becket is written: "He was a brave 
and patriotic soldier of the Revolution and a firm adherent to 
the democracy of his country." 

Mrs. Ellen Gould Welch. 9980 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of E. G. Welch. 
Descendant of Thaddeus Bradley, of Connecticut; John 

Gould, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Harris Gould and Attaresta Wright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Medad Wright and Abigal Bradley, his wife; 
Luther Gould and Betsy Hyde, his wife. 



350 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thaddeus Bradley and Parnell Whitney, his 
wife; and of John Gould. 

See No. 9876. 

John Gould served as a soldier during the Revolution. He 
volunteered from Westminster, where he died in 1809. 

Miss Esther Morgan. 9981 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Freeman Morgan and Mary Ann Eastman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Eastman and Abigail Wilkens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Eastman, Jr., and Ruth Bradley, 
his wife. 

See No. 9629. 

Mrs. Ellurah Megrue Young. 9982 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Andrew Megjue, of Maryland. 
Daughter of William Megrue and Mary Ann O shorn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Paul Megrue and Nancy Newton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Megrew and Hannah Rush, his wife. 
Andrew Megjue served as a soldier during the Revolution. 

He died at Milford, Ohio, in 1823, at the age of sixty-three. 
Also No. 6260. 

Mrs. Louise Beman Marston. 9983 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of James Drumond Marston. 
Descendant of Serg^. Samuel Beman, Ebenezer Whiton 

and Hon. Joseph Whiton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Smith Beman and Caroline Warner Whiton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Nathan Sidney Smith Beman and Caroline 
Bird Yancey, his wife; Ebenezer Whiton and Samantha Whiton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Beman and Silence Douglass, his 
wife; Joseph Whiton and Amanda Garfield, his wife; and of Ebenezer 
Whiton. 

Samuel Beman enlisted in 1777 and served three years. He 
was a pensioner when he died at Hampton, N. Y., in 1845, at 
the age of eighty-nine. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 35 1 



Joseph Whiton at sixteen fought at White Plains. He en- 
dured many privations in the Burgoyne campaign. He died 
in Berkshire county, Mass., in 1825. 

Also No. 6644. 

Ebenezer Whiton served in the militia during the war. 

Mrs. Katherine Logan Brown. 9984 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Stuart Brown. 

Descendant of Col. John Logan, of Kentucky. 
Daughter of Milton Hay and Mary Logan, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Logan and America Bush, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Logan and Mary Trigg, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Logan and Jane McQure, his wife. 

John Logan, who was born in Virginia, served in the border 
warfare against the Indians and British. He was lieutenant 
under his brother Benjamin, and took an active part in the 
expedition of Gen. Roger Clark. In 1781 he was appointed 
by the Governor of Virginia one of the commissioners of Lin- 
coln county, in the first court ever held in Kentucky, which 
was at Harrodsburg. At the close of the war he was a mem- 
ber of the Assembly. He died in 1798. 

Mrs. Nellie Lombard Beye. 9985; 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Beye. 

Descendant of Jonathan Gile, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Cyrus Shaw Lombard and Hannah Lyford Gile, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Enoch Gile and Polly Lyford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Gile and Sarah Sherburne, his wife. 

Jonathan Gile enlisted in Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment 
for the relief of the garrison at Ticonderoga. He served in 
the Burgoyne campaign under Capt. Benjamin Sias. 

Miss Fannie Bell Fry, 9986 

Born in Illinois- 
Descendant of Capt. Eliab Farnum and of Elijah Buck, of 

Connecticut. 
Daughter of Dewitt Clinton Fry and Erminia Cobb, his wife. 



352 DAUGHTERS 0:P THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

— — — — ^ _ — » 

Granddaughter of Charles Frederick Fry and Matilda Buck, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. Abiel Fry and Abigail Farnam, his 
wife; and of Elijah Buck. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliab Farnam and Abigail Killum, his 
wife. 

Eliab Farnum commanded a company in the Twenty-fourth 
Regiment under Col. Zebulon Butler. He died in New York 
in 1806, at the age of seventy-four. 

Elijah Buck was among the volunteers to defend the Wyom- 
ing Valley. He was taken prisoner and his brother was 
killed in the massacre. He died at Chemung, N. Y., in 1830, 
aged eighty-one. 

Also Nos. 4230, 5749, 6975. 

Mrs. Matilda Beard Estes. 9987 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William Estes. 

Descendant of Capt. Eliab Farnum and of Elijah Buck. 
Daughter of William L. Beard and Margaret Foster Fry, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Frederick Fry and Matilda Buck, his 
wife. 
See No. 9986. 

Miss Claire Louise Warren. 9988 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Moses Warren, Moses Warren, Jr., 

and Elijah Mather, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Moses Warren and Julia Parthenia Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Harris Warren and Mary Fitch Miner, 
his wife; Dr. Loren S. Allen and Sarah Mather, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Warren, Jr., and Mehitable Ray- 
mond, his wife; Allyn M. Mather and Parthenia Huntington, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Warren and Judith Bailey, his wife; 
Elijah Mather and Mary Strong, his wife. 

Moses Warren commanded a company in the Third Regi- 
ment. His commission signed by Gov. Jonathan Trumbull is 
still in the family. 

Moses Warren, Jr., when a lad acted as clerk and messen- 
ger for his father. He subsequently served as a soldier. 

Elijah Mather, 1776, was a private in Sheldon's Light Horse 
in the Jersey campaign. He died at Windsor in 1796. 

Also Nos. 2303, 4407, 5358, 5964, 6996, 8337. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 353 



Mrs. Alice J. Roberts Waxham. 989 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Ernest L. Waxham. 

Descendant of Ezekiel Perham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Eli E. Roberts and Melinda J. Perham, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Perham and Phoebe Allen, his wife. 

Ezekiel Perham served three years as a soldier. His hon- 
orable discharge at the close of the war is now in the posses- 
sion of this descendant. He died at Perrysburg, N. Y., in 
1843, ^t the age of seventy-nine. 

Mrs. Dora B. Emerson Wheeler. 9990 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of William Morton Wheeler. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Talcott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Emerson and Adaline Elizabeth Talcott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Wate Talcott and Elizabeth Anna Norton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Talcott and Dorothy Blish, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Talcott and Mary Carter, his 
wife. 

William Talcott turned out from Hebron at the Lexington 

Alarm. He served as ensign, 1778, in the defense of Rhode 

Island, and in 1780 was lieutenant in the coast guards. He 

died in 1807, at the age of sixty-five. 

Mrs. Carrie Brown Blake. 9991 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of George Blake. 
' Descendant of Sergt. Solomon Brown, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Chauncey Brown and Ann Mary Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Chauncey Brown and Clarissa Hazen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Brown and Patty Brown, his wife. 

Solomon Brown, 1777, enlisted in Capt. Benjamin Eustis' 
company. Col. John Crane's artillery regiment. He served 
three years as a sergeant. He was a pensioner when he died 
in 1837, at the age of eighty-one. 

Mrs. Lucy Forsyth Mayfield. 9992 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Abraham Mayfield. 

23 



354 DAUGHTERS 0:P THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Ens. Peter West, of New York. 

Daughter of Robert Forsjrth and Hannah Possone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Possone and Anna West, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter West and Elizabeth Reichtmyre, his 
wife. 

Peter West, who was born in Holland, served as ensign in 
Capt. Lucas De Witt's company, Col. Abraham Hasbrouck's 
Ulster county regiment. He died in Schoharie county in 
1829, at the age of eighty. 

Mrs. Helen Brewster Randolph. 9993 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Charles E. F. Randolph. 
Descendant of Ens. Peter West. 

Daughter of Ethan Allen Brewster and Mary Forsjrth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Forsyth and Hannah Possone, his wife. 
See No. 9992. 

MRS. Phoebe Johnson Tinney. 9994 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Capt. Henry C. Tinney. 

Descendant of Ashley Johnson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Cyrenius Johnson and Emiline Bronson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Johnson and Hannah Van Pelt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ashley Johnson and Mildred Johnston, his 
wife. 

Ashley Johnson enlisted at the age of fifteen, and on ac- 
count of his youth was detailed for guard duty. He served 
three years at an armory at Norfolk. He died in Highland 
county, Ohio, in 1848, at the age of eighty-three. 

Mrs. Sallie McMechen Jones Webster. 9995 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Dr. John C. Webster. 
Descendant of John Boggs, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Stephen Jones and Sidney Boggs, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Maj. John Boggs and Sarah McMechen, his wife. 
See No. 9039. 

MRS. LlLLYNN ANDRESS WALLACE. 9996 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Robert B. Wallace. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 355 



Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Horton, of New York. 
Daughter of Edgar H. Andress and Mary Elizabeth Wood, his wife- 
Granddaughter of Thomas Wood and Mary Elizabeth Nash, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Nash and Mary Elizabeth Horton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Horton and Gertrude Purdy, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Horton, 1776, commanded a company of West- 
chester county militia for defense of the frontier. In 1778 he 
was promoted to major of Col. Joseph Drake's regiment. 
He died at White Plains in 1827, at the age of ninety. 

Mrs. Alice Lydia Hooper Campbell. 9997 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Joseph Sevier Campbell. 
Descendant of Gen. Samuel Clark and of Jehiel Clark, of 

New York. 

Daughter of Burton Hooper and Sarah Montfort Harter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Pontius Hooper and Lydia Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Elizabeth Fowler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jehiel Clark. 

Samuel Clark, his father and four brothers were signers of 
the "Association Pledge" of 1775. His commissions as lieu- 
tenant, captain and major, signed by Governor George Clin- 
ton, are in the possession of the family. He died in Saratoga 

county in 1823, at the age of eighty-two. 
Also Nos. 3712, 651 1, 7221. 

Mrs. Lydia Ruth Lingle Studebaker. 9998 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of J. M. Studebaker. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Clark and of Jehiel Clark. 
Daughter of William S. Lingle and Frances E. Dodge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hiram Dodge and Lydia O. Hooper, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Pontius Hooper and Lydia Clark, his wife. 
See No. 9997. 

Mrs. Harriet Huston Neely. 9999 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Thaddeus A. Neely. 
Descendant of John Huston. 



356 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

« ■ 

Daughter of Paul Huston and Lucy Weisiger, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Huston and Mary Barnet, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Huston and Easter Watson, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Huston and Margaret Hathaway, 
his wife. 

John Huston, who was born in Ireland, is among the list of 
revolutionary soldiers who gave their services to Pennsyl- 
vania during the struggle for independence. 

Miss Martha Highborn. ioooo 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Robert Hichborn and of Thomas Hichbom, 
of Massachusetts ; Capt. Richard Bailey and of Philip Frank- 
lin, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Philip Hichborn, U. S. N., and Jennie Franklin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Hichborn and Martha Gould, his wife; 
Philip Franklin and Martha Bailey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Hichborn and Betsey Hopkins, his 
wife; James Franklin and Mary Starr, his wife; Richard Bailey and 
Lucy Hyde, his wife. 

See No. 9975. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Franklin and Bethana Rounds, his 
wife; Richard Bailey and Rice, his wife. 

Philip Franklin, 1776, enlisted in the New York militia un-^ 
der Capt. David Stowel, Col. William Williams' regiment. 
He died at Guilford in 1813, where he was born in 1747. 

Richard Bailey served in the Orange county regiment un- 
der Col. John Hathorn. He entered the army as ensign in 

1776 and rose to the rank of captain. 
Also No. 5634. 

" See No. — " indicates a reference to that number in the same volume. 

•• Also No. — " indicates the National number of a "Daughter" who has entered the Society 
on the same ancestor and whose lineage has been published in a former volume. Tliis is 
done to link together widely scattered families. If the number should be 4006, it will be in 
the fifth volume ; if 5005, in the sixth volume, etc. 

" Real Daughters" are those whose fathers rendered service in the cause of Independence, 
and their names are printed in italics in the text and index. There are twelve "Real Daugh- 
ters" in this volume. 



INDEX. 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 





INDEX 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Abbott, Caroline Younglove, 102 

Abbott, Carrie Gardner, 103 

Adams, Ann Brackenridge, 288 

Adams, Florence Reid, 190 

Adams, Lenora Wells, 186 

Adolphus, Emma Hagan, 343 

Alden, Harriet N. Weston, 277 

Alexander, Anna M. Dale, 125 

Alexander, Eosa Calhoun, 185 

Allen, Amanda Waterman, 135 

Allen, Corinne, M., 311 

Allen, Emma J., 51 

Allen, Emma Phelps Gillett, 18 

Allen, Harriet C, 221 

Allen, Mary Elizabeth Thayer, 300 

Allen, Sylvia, 232 

Ailing, Clementine L. T., , 98 

Allison, Annie Craige, 317 

Allyn, Lena May Quirk, 212 

Alvord, Alice Whitney, 217 

Anderson, Annie Putnam, 184 

Anderson, Fidelia, 199 

Anderson, Jane Rose Campbell, 16 

Andrews, Irene Fargo, 7 

Andrews, Lillian Kate Ford, 96 

Ankeny, Carrie Strickland, 101 

Anthony, Clara Reed, 32 

Armstrong, Arabella Fielder, 138 

Armstrong, Christie A. McClaughry, 195 



362 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Armstrong, Ida Whalen, 207 

Atterbury, Justina Livingston, 74 

Austin, Alice Weeden, 133 

Avery, Annie H., 173 

Avery, Eva Boselle Vinton, 336 

Ayer, Isabel Dempsey, 204 

Ayres, Mary Cryder Beach, 118 

Babb, Lila Bryden 51 

Babcock, Susan H., 66 

Bach, Ellen Botsford, 235 

Bache, Carrie Bingham, 113 

Bailey, Anna Leland, 214 

Bailey, Caroline Augusta McConnell, 107 

Bailey, Rosa West, 181 

Baker, Margaret Stuart, 296 

Balding, Harriet E., 156 

Baldwin, Edith Ray Crapo, 208 

Baldwin, Helen Paris, 243 

Ballinger, Betty, 145 

Ballinger, Harriet Patrick, 143 

Bangs, Susan Burrill, 239 

Banks, Caroline Adams, 333 

Barnes, Elizabeth S. Dickerman, 327 

Barnes, Elizabeth Williams, 266 

Barnes, Grace Davis, 81 

Barnes, Julia Matilda Hill, 239 

Barnes, Lulu R. Hemingway, 176 

Barnes, May Orton, 259 

Barnes, Ruth Woodhull, 95 

Barnum, Mary Hyde, 235 

Barry, Abigail Corbin Abbot, 5 

Bartlett, Mabel Landell, 163 

Bartlett, Nellie Fitch, 170 

Bartlett, Susan A., 74 

Bartram, Mary Amelia Beardsley, 334 

Batchelder, Abby Kittredge, 250 

Batchellor, Tryphosa Duncan Bat«s, 56 

Bates, Harriet Maria, 220 

Baumgardner, Matilda E 108 

Baxter, Isadore F. I^unton, 45 

Baxter, Mary Louise Jones, , 301 

Beiils, Fanny Tucker 19 

Beatley, Clara Bancroft 49 

Beaulieu, Emma Bell, 237 

Beeson, R. Katharine, 201 

Belden, Amanda W. Pool, 192 



INDEX. 363 

Belden, Jessie Perry Van Zile, 85 

Belding, Lizzie Smith Merrick 179 

Benedict, Fanny Dater, 76 

Benner, Sarah Elizabeth 285 

Bennett, Emily Deming, 299 

Benton, Sarah Adelaide, 164 

Beye, Nellie Lombard 351 

Biggs, Frances Febiger 18 

Billmeyer, Lida Wallace, 135 

Bingham, Sarah Jane, 112 

Bishop, Elizabeth Wallace Cannon, 79 

Bishop, Julia Armstrong, 174 

Bixler, Mabel Seelye, 54 

Blaine, Mary Phister, 311 

Blair, Mary Adelia Viets, 170 

Blake, Carrie Brown, 353 

Blatchly, Charlotte A., 68 

Bogert, Ella Loomis, 3 

Boggs, LiitSretia Lawrence, 15 

Bohmer, Addie Lyons, 319 

Bontecou, Sarah Celestia, 282 

Bootes, Mary Connable, 282 

Bostwick, M. Louise Johnson, 289 

Bouse, Betsey Avery, 172 

Bowditch, Lucy Rathbone, 84 

Bowdoin, Fidelia Jane, 220 

Bowen, Eliza Andrews, 182 

Bowen, Hannah Rindge, 336 

Bowers, Caroline Hicks, 131 

Bowman, Mary A. Van Valzah, 247 

Boyd, Laura Johnson, 188 

Boyle, Fanny L., 70 

Boyle, Mary Field, 347 

Boyne, Rosalie Van Scoy, 298 

Boynton, Helen M., 155 

Bozeman, Sarah E. Jaquess, 17 

Bradley, Dell Mount joy, 5 

Brady, Mary M., 98 

Brakeley, Mary Kingman Smith, 79 

BRAYTON, SALLY M. DAVIS, 173 

Brent, Josephine Merrick, 180 

Brock, Harriet Francena, 223 

Brown, Henrietta Arthura, 109 

Brown, Katherine Logan, 351 

Brown, Mary McLaren Post, 319 

Brown, S. Alice, 53 

Browning, Phebe Arnold Fitte, 300 



364 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Buchanan, Alice Lloyd, 29 

Buchanan, Eleanor Fairman, 317 

Buckingham, Hattie Mabel 157 

Buckley, Jonnie Sloan 1 

Budlong, Minnie Gertrude Smith, 12 

Burdett, Emma Loneta, 94 

Burke, Rebecca Ellen Norcross, 35 

Bumam, Sallie Rodes, 210 

Bums, Louise Latham Devereux, 99 

Bums, Mary Bell Parker, B24 

Burr, Anna Gushing Hersey, 55 

Burritt, Alice, M. D., 338 

Burroughs, Mary McNish, 341 

Butler, Harriette Pierson Stryker, 234 

Butler, Marcia Flagg, 96 

CJallender, Martha Goggeshall, 56 

Gamp, Elnora J. Viets, 170 

Gampbell, Alice Lydia Hooper, 355 

Gampbell, Harriet Parker, 325 

Ganfield, Agnes, 29 

Ganfield, Grace B., 28 

Garey, Nancy Bishop, 174 

Garman, Louise Hamilton, 258 

Garr, Elvira Elizabeth, 312 

Garrington, Ada Boleyne 316 

Garter, Harriet, 127 

Gaswell, Sarah M., 102 

Ghamberlain, Elizabeth Mary, 326 

Ghamberlain, Louise, 168 

Ghandler, Rebecca H., 141 

Ghapman, Gertrude Parker Robinson, 52 

Ghapman, Sarah Glarissa, 178 

Ghase, Annette Follett, 276 

Gheney, Ellen Langdon, 266 

Gheney, Grace, 10 

Cheney, Mary Burnett Anderson, 10 

Ghester, Elizabeth R., 301 

Ghilds, Glara Davis, 311 

Ghittenden, Gomelia Kate, 58 

Ghittenden, Melissa, 152 

Glark, Alice, 215 

Glark, Charlotte Howard Sargent, 225 

Glark, Cora Lee B., 269 

Clark, Edith, 216 

Clark, Emeline Rich, 95 

Clark, Emily Augusta, 93 



INDEX. 365 

Clark, Josephine C. Howe, 38 

Clark, Mary McDowell, 141 

Clark, Mary Packer, 328 

Clark, Mary Webster 217 

Clark, Sylvia, 73 

Clarke, Kate Kockwell, 247 

Clarke, Lois Williams, 55 

Clary, Kate Lockwood 60 

Coan, Catharine Louisa, 207 

Coburn, Harriet, 223 

Cockcroft, Sarah Truesdell, 89 

Cole, Alice Bradford, 130 

Cole, Florence M., 59 

Cole, Louise Jarvis, 130 

Collender, Charlotte Fitch, 330 

Collier, Susan Caroline How, 100 

Collins, Rejoyce Ballance, 161 

Cooper, Mary Ellen Hilliard, 169 

Copenhaver, Susan Sheffey, 318 

CORDERY, MARY CLARK, 255 

Cordis, Adelaide Elizabeth Dean, 31 

Corey, Caroline Cary Tuck, 193 

Cornwell, Martha Stanley, 169 

Coryell, Marie Stewart, 120 

Cottrill, Frances Elizabeth Hall, 156 

Cramer, Jennie Wright, 277 

Cramer, Katherine Clinton Spencer, 347 

Crane, Isabella Graham Callender, 56 

Crane, Sibylla Bailey, 44 

Craver, Sarah Bates, 87 

Cremer, Tamzon Massey Franklin, 256 

Crosby, Caroline R., 248 

Cross, Frances Randolph, 158 

Crowell, Maytie Case, 165 

Culver, Helen A. Downs, 16a 

Cummings, Justelle Barbour, 214 

Cummings, Letitia J., 46 

Curtis, Belle Hall, 175 

Cutter, Mary Endicott, 42 

Dalton, Mary Louisa, 70 

Darnell, Ruth Chandler, 142 

Davenport, Esther Chaddock, 267 

Davenport, Maria Field, 57 

Davey, Flora Mead, 24a 

Davidson, Adelaide Sherman Ford, 198 

Davis, Abby Frances, 36 



366 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Davis, Annie L. Morriss, 147 

Davis, Camilla Hardin, 310 

Davis, Florence, 205 

Davis, Waittie Griffen, 271 

Davol, Cornelia W. Lincoln, aZ^ 

Dayton, Harriet Maria Stockton, 77 

Dearborn, Hannah Maria, 228 

De Corcelle, Melaine de Lasteyrie 202 

De Forest, Julia Oilman Noyes, 60 

Deming, Sarah Worcester, 160 

Demorest, Alice Gilbert, 265 

Denison, Caroline Peterson Mahon, 119 

Depew, Elizabeth Emma Pearse, 97 

Devereiix, Frances Marion, 99 

Dewees, Charlotte Irene, 305 

Dewees, Daisie Irene 305 

Dickinson, Antoinette G., 90 

Dickinson, Bessie V. Hotchkiss 261 

Dickinson, C. Eliza Brooks, 334 

Dickinson, Eliza Austin, 86 

Dickinson, Kate Y., 92 

Dickson, Julia Amelia Dewees, 305 

Dillard, Sarah Eve Reese, 185 

Divine, Emily Colquitt Carter, 302 

Dixon, Ella 27 

Dixon, Mary Quincy Allen 118 

Dole, Emma Drummond, 23 

DoUey, Nettie Gould, 23 

DoUiver, Harriet Procter Rust, 225 

Donald, Eliza Sevier, 139 

Dorr, Marcia, 195 

Douglass, Laura Miller, 171 

Dudley, Frances Jane Wyman, 22 

Dula, Ella Hart, 146 

Duncan, Anna Chittenden, 76 

Duncan, Kate Ann Larzelere Caleb, 205 

Dunn, Katharine S. B., 87 

Dunning, Emma Frances Holman, 236 

Durant, Mary Justine, 340 

Durf ee, Anna Nichols, 130 

Dutton, Harriet Bill, 155 

Dutton, Leone Adele, i 110 

Dyer, Kate Huntress, 340 

Dyer, Susanna A. G., 199 

Earl, Josephine Helen, 221 

Early, Ruth Hariston, 316 



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INDEX. 367 

Eastman, Carrie W., 64 

Eaton, Eliza W., 232 

Eckley, Elizabeth Perry, 270 

Edwards, Augusta L., 206 

Eldredge, Sarah Cornelia Pease, 152 

Elkin, Goodwin Sapp, 1 

Ellingwood, Martha Coburn, 224 

Ellis, Martha Peck, 274 

Ellis, Sallie Huntington, 161 

Elmer, Adelia Brown, 327 

Elwood, Deda Mealey, 63 

Ely, Catharine R., 262 

Ely, Lucy S., 261 

Embrey, Cecilia Tyler, 136 

Emerson, Mary C, 41 

English, Lucy Wright Kellogg, 177 

Essex, Anna, 127 

Estes, Matilda Beard, 352 

Evans, Jessie Davidson, 308 

Fairbank, Helen Livingston, 190 

Fairbanks, Cornelia Cole, 200 

Falkler, Jeanette, 68 

Fall, Sarah Polk, 302 

Farrington, Marietta Tenney, 46 

Fassett, Leah J. Dale, 125 

Faulkner, Virginia Fairfax Whiting, 151 

Fearey, Maria Van Bergen Babcock, 93 

Fish, Emma Howland Hill, 240 

Fish, Flora J. Capron, 129 

Fisher, Frances Ball, 226 

Fisher, Marion Gardner, 226 

Fitz Simons, Augusta Riley, 343 

Fitzsimons, Lena, 5 

Fogg, Lucy Webster, 213 

Folsom, Mary Fredrika, 222 

Fon Dersmith, Ida M. Slaymaker, 293 

Foos, Katharine J. Strickle, 341 

Foster, Hannah Elizabeth, 251 

Foster, Mary E., 169 

Foster, Mary Stanley, 169 

Fowler, Edna, 203 

Fowler, Lovina Hollembeak, 204 

FOX, ELIZABETH SPICER, 171 

Fox, Harriott A., 346 

Francis, Martha L. Cole, 7 

Franks, Thetta Quay, 296 



368 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN RKVOLUTION. 

French, Emily, 299 

French, Josephine Maria Stevens, 250 

Fry, Fannie Bell, 351 

Fry, H. Dickinson, 6 

Furbee, Louise Christine Mahon, 151 

Galentine, Mabel, 67 

Galloupe, Sarah Lou, 218 

Gallup, Cora Emily Morgan, 104 

Gamble, Sarah Minor, 68 

Gara, Elizabeth Batterson, 292 

Gardner, Abby M. Walker, 33 

Garfield, Harriet Clark, 328 

Garland, Elizabeth L. P. Adams, 213 

Garland, Mary Lightf oot, 324 

Garnett, Louisa Bowdoin, 312 

GATES, MARY SPICER, 171 

George, Emma Sargent, 221 

Gephart, Ella Hays, :»86 

Gibbs, Frances Langworthy, 208 

Gillette, Josephine Mighill Perley, 7 

Glasier, Frances Olney Goodhue, 23 

Glazier, Emily Spencer Williams, 167 

Glenn, Eveline Constantia Blackman, 256 

Glidden, Harriet Holden, 39 

Glover, Fannie Starr, 323 

Glover, Isabel Thomas, 137 

Goodman, Susan A., 337 

Goodvs^in, Anna Rhodes, 317 

Gordon, Sophia Rowley, 309 

Gordon, Susan Dorrance, 106 

Gorton, Elizabeth Langley, 39 

Granberry, Mary Lee Brown, 245 

Granger, Mary Alice, 132 

Gray, Ida Cornelia, 324 

Green, Metta Andrews, 183 

Green, Sarah Kettlehuyn Swartwout, 91 

Greene, Julia Dunbar, : 244 

Gregory, Emily Weld Randall, 276 

Gregory, Mary Belle Wilson, 304 

GRIDLEY, SARAH, 281 

Grimes, Mary Miller, 4 

Groce, Clifford Loverin, 144 

Grover, Anna Ellis, 224 

Guenther, Alice Viella Morgan, 104 

Guffey, Pauletta, 112 

Guilbert, Eleanor Rapp, 128 



INDEX. 369 

Guild, Helen, 35 

Guild, Mary, 35 

Hadley, Marionette Penfield, 180 

Haldeman, Margaretta. Cameron, 123 

Hale, Caroline E. Tracy, 329 

Hale, Charlotte Elizabeth Preseott, 279 

Hale, Jeanie Hollister, 325 

Haley, Mary A. Havens, 331 

HALL, BESTEY MERRILL, 252 

Hall, Eliza Warford', 296 

Hall, Sophia Dodge, 253 

Hamblett, Maria A., 248 

Hamilton, Lorraine E. Melvin, 283 

Hamlin, Huybertie Lansing Pruyn, 281 

Hammell, Fanny Emily, 154 

Hampton, Mary Estelle Buck, 200 

Hancock, Ella C, 290 

Hancock, Mary Elizabeth, 290 

Hancock, Mary Kate, 289 

Hardy, Fanny Pike, 73 

Harper, Carolyn Jackson, 338 

Harris, Emily Pope, 27 

Hart, Lucy Lord Kimball, 92 

Hart, S. Louise, 153 

Hartsock, Mary Ames, 181 

Hartsock, Mary Lewis, 18ft 

Hasbrouck, Harriet Louise Seymour, 97 

Hasbrouck, Laura; 280 

Haskell, Emma Howard, 15ft 

Hayes, Frances Coan, -207 

Haynes, Rebeckah King Rendall, 71 

Heard, Margaret Eaton Neale, 297 

Heilner, Adelaide Dunn, 53 

Helffenstein, Elizabeth, 12ft 

Helffenstein, Elizabeth, 127 

Helm, Mary Gibson, 11 

Hemingway, Adelaide Edmonds, 194 

Henderson, Virginia Piper Curry, 148 

Hendricks, Anna Potter, 347 

Hendry, May E. Ward, 75 

Heneberger, Lucy Love Bailey, 313 

Herrick, Mabel Hurd Walker, 12 

Herron, Lousia Jennette Hills, 113 

Hichbom, Martha, 356 

HIGBEE, LUCY MATHEWS PATCH, 63 

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370 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Higgins, Grace Agnes Taintor, 175 

Higgins, Kate S., 64 

Hill, Claudia Henderson, 183 

Hill, Mary Louisa, 185 

Hill, Susan Stokes, 187 

Hills, Matilda Granger, 105 

Hitchcock, Sarah Wilcox, 105 

Hobson, Florence Hams, 26 

Hoffer, Elizabeth Clark Hammond, 294 

Holcomb, Polly Nelson, 345 

Holley, Frances Chamberlain, 259 

Holliday, Lucy Reed, 200 

Hollister, Frances Shippen, 293 

Holmes, Emily Parsons, » 126 

Hood, Caroline L., 251 

HOWE, ASENATH, 179 

Howe, Eliza Ray, 273 

Howe, Josephine E., 219 

Howe, Margaret 41 

Howe, Oda, 42 

Howell, Jean Helen, 268 

Hoy, Mary Elizabeth, 349 

Hoyt, Susan R., 275 

Hudson, Sallie Cleary, 159 

Huff, Clara Genevieve, 48 

Hulbert, Mary V., 97 

Hull, Agnes Oliphant McNair, 63 

Humphreys, Madeleine A., 140 

Hunt, Helen Eliza, 152 

Hunter, Edith Sanders, 22 

Hunter, Lalla Lipscombe, 186 

Huntington, Julia M. Biddle, 124 

Hurd, Almira Elizabeth Sheldon, 13 

Hurtj', Ethel Johnston, 13 

Huston, Grace Ann, 206 

Huston, Hannah Willcox, 129 

Huston, Marie Loretta, 206 

Hutchins, Esther Carpenter, 209 

Hutchinson, Harriet Colcord, 220 

Hyde, Fanny H. Brown, 331 

Ingalls, Lydia Ann Young, 25 

Ingham, Mary A., 128 

Inman, Mildred McPheeters, 189 

Irvin, Mary Baine Brewer, 182 

Isham, Mary Keyt, 101 



INDEX. 371 

January, Edith, 69 

Jenckes, Ellen A., 134 

Jenks, Delphine Gillette, 8 

Jerman, Anna T., 258 

Jewett, Ella Petrie Lamb, 235 

Jewett, Mary Louise, 237 

Johnson, Mary Caroline, 88 

Johnson, Myra Luella Burbeck 38 

Johnston, Elizabeth Stephens, 14 

Johnston, Eose Phillips, 211 

Jones, Fannie Kyle, 315 

Jones, Frances Bering, 99 

Jones, Katharine Hyde Kemme, 184 

Jones, Margaret J., 161 

Jones, Margaret Mary, 142 

Jordan, Alice Witcher, 146 

Judson, Marie Lavenda, 274 

Kelker, Agnes Keyes, 123 

Kelleher, Elise Campbell, 150 

Kellinger, Katharine M. Bowne, 278 

Kelsey, Lillian D., 326 

Kendall, Susan H. Kimball, 251 

Kendrick, Caroline, 101 

Kendrick, Sarah Kirk Stees, 62 

Kennard, Beulah Elfreth, Ill 

Kennedy, Effie Rankin Jack, 3 

Kenrick, Anna C, 227 

Kerfoot, Margaret K., 125 

Kerr, Delight Benton, 16 

Kershner, Caroline Fox, 233 

Kibbe, Anna Candace Kibbe, 231 

Kilboum, Mary E., 233 

Kilpatrick, Rebecca H. Perkins, 27 

Kimball, Josephine Cottrell, 174 

Kimball, Luella A., 208 

Kimball, Sarah M., 251 

King, Lizzie Thomas Pennell, 213 

King, Luetta, 24 

King, Ursula Richmond, 280 

Kingsley, Nellie Appleton Fitch, 2 

Kinloch, Mary Lawson Simms, 306 

Kinney, Frances Morris, 262 

Kirby, Susan, 18 

Kirk, Ella Boyce, 113 

Kirkman, Katherine Thompson, 139 



372 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



KiBsam, Anne Higbee Green, 78 

Kissam, Leila Homeyard Le Baron, 263 

Klous, Cora, 52 

Knowles, Mary Jane Stevenson, 108 

Knowlton, Frances Laetitia Kent, 311 

Krauter, Mary Elizabeth McCartney 110 

Kreamer, Mary Famsworth, 128 

Laird, Mary R., 291 

Lambert, Sarah G., 222 

Lane, Emily Taylor, 133 

Lane, Florence Lyman, 133 

Lang, Letty Pope, 183 

Lapsley, Katharine Dale, 289 

Larrabee, Hattie Lee, 20 

Latham, Fanny Gardiner, 172 

Latimer, Adaline Comer, 187 

Latta, Elizabeth Jack, 205 

Langhlin, Ella Haynes, 71 

Laughlin, Hester Bates, 71 

Law, Dorothy Norton, 348 

Lawrence, Gertrude S., 50 

Lawrence, Clementine Grover, 224 

Lawrence, Grace C, 51 

Lawton, Helen Mack, 222 

Layne, Anna Weir, 303 

Lazear, Christine McKelvy, Ill 

Leaning, A. Elizabeth, 88 

Leary, Eliza Ferry, 149 

Lee, Anna C. Wilbur, 131 

Lee, Mary Geiger, 68 

Lee, Susan Carr, 312 

Leighton, Sarah Trufant Synette, 53 

Leonard, Bessie Woolworth, 84 

Lewis, Bertha Frances, 331 

Lincoln, Mary, 231 

Linn, Elizabeth H. Oliphant 64 

Little, Antoinette "White, 116 

Little, Marian White, 115 

Lockwood, Mary Waters 17 

Lodge, Harriet Newell, 14 

Logan, Bettie Conrad, 314 

Logan, Jane Hibbard, 119 

Lovell, May Fallis Rodgers, 158 

Luce, Helen Prindle, 193 

Lvman, Elizabeth Lueina, 345 



INDEX. 373 

Lyman, Mary E., 346 

Lyon, Clara Whitaker, 290 

McCaffrey, Jane Ketchum Morgan, 280 

McCall, Louisa St. Clair, 66 

MacCarthy, Elizabeth K., 344 

McCarty, Ellen Elizabeth, 163 

McChord, Annie Phillips, 210 

McConnell, Fannie Louise Church, 110 

McCoy, Eleanor Allison, 285 

McDonald, Alice M., 343 

McDonell, Linda Lord, '237 

McElhone, Blanche Finley, 141 

Macfarlan, Janet Taylor, 117 

McGraw, Helen Beecher, 104 

McKelvy, Jane Hays, 298 

McKenzie, Clema Davis, 43 

McLane, Ellen Luetta Tuck, 248 

McLean, Clara Chamberlin, 114 

McMillan, Frances, 303 

MacMurray, Henrietta Van Antwerp, 66 

McNees, Clara Cordelia Davidson, 137 

McPherson, Frances Foster, 162 

McTaffee, Mary Emily Kirk, 160 

Maffet, Martha Adelia, 124 

Magnenat, Lucille S. Evans, 307 

Mahon, Harriet Warrick, 80 

Malone, Kate Latta, 293 

Mann, Martha Elizabeth Foss, M. D., 48 

Manning, Annie Sophia Edvs^ards, 283 

Manson, Elisabeth Emerson, 32 

Manson, Eliza Emerson Vance, 30 

MANSON, HANNAH LINCOLN, 31 

March, Mildred Stone Conway, 122 

Margnerat, Grace Eliza Coryell, 194 

Marmon, Mary Ann Cheney, 11 

Marsh, Anna K. Ingraham 113 

Marsh, Jeannette M., 270 

Marston, Louise Beman, 350 

Martin, Alice Betsey, 165 

Martz, Stella Bowcock,, 314 

Marx, Marion Dale, 122 

Mason, Annie Marie Bigelow, 260 

Mason, Belle A., 259 

Matthews, Jennie S., 269 

Maupin, Edmonia Fitzhugh, 146 



374 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mayfield, Lucy Forsyth, 353 

Maynard, Elizabeth McLean, 336 

Mayo, Julia Cornelia Billings, 230 

Means, Fannie Graves, 9 

Meem, Nannie Kose, 149 

Meigs, Sarah Maria Parker, 37 

Merrill, Eliza Hall, 342 

Merrill, Isabella Somers, 212 

Merrill, Mary Hall, 342 

Merrill, Pearl Daniel, 301 

Mersereau, Eliza Purviance, 258 

Mersereau, Nellie M. Colman, 241 

Mershon, Bessie Scudder Stires, 79 

Merwin, Mary, 92 

Metcalf , Helen Noble, 57 

Mifflin, Lily Sturgis Wight 295 

Millard, Amelia Collins, 197 

Miller, Amanda C, 108 

Miller, Dorcas Chapin, 216 

Miller, Margaretta Biggs, 17 

Miller, Mary Potter, 285 

Miller, Rachel McMasters, 110 

Mills, Jane Hubbell, 54 

Mills, Lucy Ballinger, 143 

Miner, S. Isadore, 309 

Minnich, Mary Lovell, 119 

Mitchell, Deborah Downing, 285 

Mitchell, Minta Hall, 140 

Mitchell, Rebecca Bradley, 38 

Moore, Harriet Shepard Cook, 69 

Moore, Mary Eliza, 54 

Moore, Mary Jones Smith, 254 

Morgan, Edith, 272 

Morgan, Ellen F., 40 

Morgan, Esther, 350 

Morgan, Julia Katherine, 103 

Morgan, Minnie Augusta, 27] 

Morgan, Sarah Hannah Smith, 104 

Morris, Elizabeth Trammell, 160 

Morris, Eulah Evans, 308 

Morris, Lottie Stark, 262 

Morris, Pauline Castleman, 137 

MORSE, ANNA CLARK, 279 

Morton, Alice Wilder, 28 

Morton, Lalla Baldwin, 264 

Munn, Susie Belle Bosworth, 217 



INDKX. 375 

Munsey, Mary Jane Otterson, 253 

Munson, Lucy Sturges Potwin, 106 

Mussey, Mary Gano, 98 

Myers, Lilian Putnam, 95 

Naile, Emma J. Patterson, 296 

Nalle, Mary Ormsby Gray, 21 

Neely, Harriet Huston, 355 

Neff, Isabel Howard, 102 

Neide, Elizabeth Thompson, 178 

Neilson, Mary Augusta, 86 

Nesbit, Helen Gaskill, 109 

Nesmith, Alice Eastman, 223 

Newcomb, Elizabeth Jane Claggett, 64 

Newcomb, Rose Prioleau, 49 

Newell, Olive Stark, 262 

Newton, Abbie How, 100 

Nichols, Fannie Elizabeth Hodge, 282 

Nightingale, Constance A. Pitman, 133 

Nisbet, Fannie Britton, 278 

Noble, Emma Eloise, 309 

Norris, Bessie Plumer, 252 

Northrup, Elizabeth McCammon, 85 

Nortrup, Anna Strickle, 196 

Nourse, Edith Holmes, 255 

Nowland, Justine, 14 

Noxon, Grace Pentz, 88 

Noyes, Emily H. Gilman, 60 

Noyes, Harriette Eliza, 71 

Noyes, Helen A. Gilman, 61 

Noyes, Nellie May, 165 

Nunn, Minnie B. Pillsbury, 243 

Oakley, Imogen Brashear, 112 

Olin, Mariette Teall, 321 

Olin, Mary Moulton, 69 

Olmsted, Clara Morgan, 93 

Otis, Cecelia Elizabeth Whitacre, 235 

Owens, Margaret A. Irwin, 283 

Packard, Jane Hayford, 194 

PACKER, RACHEL SPICER, 173 

Paige, Ida E. Viets, 171 

Paine, Alice Ilsley, 49 

Parker, Blanche Burnett, 319 

Parker, Jane, , 225 



376 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Parker, Nancy, 225 

Parsons, Sarali Dana, 72 

Partridge, Nellie Hammond, 190 

Patten, Anna Carolyn, 178 

Patten, Elizabeth F., 177 

Patton, Florence Paul, 116 

Patton, Pauline Whittlesey, 242 

Paullin, Lydia Wynn MacDonald, 295 

Peake, Isabella Thayer, 65 

Pearce, Katharine Parker, 224 

Pearson, Grace Mabel Saltonstall, 195 

Pease, Cornelia Maria Ruger, 153 

Pease, Mary Wilton, 154 

Peck, Mary Louise, 334 

Peckham, Harriet Weld Coming, 82 

Peet, Zelia Krumbhaar, 211 

Pennington, Cynthia Gordon, 61 

Perkins, Angle Warren, 139 

Perkins, Elizabeth Bishop, 263 

Perkins, Ellen Louisa, 219 

Perkins, Sabra Estelle Buck 330 

Perry, Julia Sophia, 300 

Peterson, Arabella A., 267 

Pettit, Alma Robinson, 322 

Phenix, Maria Elizabeth, 335 

Phillips, Eugenia Gordon, 304 

Pierce, Adelaide Ruger Pease 154 

Pierce, Eleanor Rust, 274 

Pierce, Katherine CoUamore, 33 

Pierce, Mary Elizabeth, 267 

Pierce, Sophronia Jane, 267 

Pike, Mary Stratton,, 219 

Piper, Elizabeth Lytic, 291 

Pitney, Charlotte Amanda, 253 

Plummer, Kate Hughes, 73 

Plummer, Mary Rosabel Bracket!, 213 

Polk, Lillie Caldwell, 59 

Pool, Anna W 192 

Porter, Edith Elise, 34 

Porter, Susan Kunkel, 121 

Potter, Annie Louise, 50 

Potter, Elizabeth Sanderson, 284 

Potts, Ida N., 106 

Powell, Minnie Belle Corbin, 170 

Pratt, Emily Frances Adams, 278 

Prentiss, Caroline A. St. John, 329 



INDEX. 377 

Preston, Mary M., 132 

Prinderville, Estelle Trego, 159 

Prindle, Mary Louise, 333 

Procter, Geneva Wheeler Smith, 44 

Procter, Mary Melissa Rice, 43 

Pruyn, Margaret Ten Eyck, 82 

Putnam, Lucy Frances, 40 

Putnam, Mary Van Duesen, 275 

Quay, Susan Willard, 298 

Quinby, Octavia Cole, 72 

Quincy, Etta M. Ives, 345 

Ramsdell, Bessie, 268 

Rand, Susan Mealey, 62 

Randall, Cornelia Marcy, 276 

Randall, Laura Ballinger, 143 

Randolph, Helen Brewster, 354 

Raymond, Ida J., 56 

Read, Marion Hathaway Thurston, 228 

Reed, Emma Louise Hoff 19 

Reed, Ida McKenny, 320 

Reed, Jennie Plummer Griffin 43 

Reed, Lydia Rathbone 82 

Reeder, Elizabeth Gotwalt 287 

Reese, Mary Lou, 138 

Reynolds, Louise Hoy, 286 

Reynolds, Mary Casey, 209 

Rhodes, Ann Maria Wilkins Boyd, 245 

Rice, Carrie Amdt Drake 121 

Rich, Ruth G 31 

Richardson, Caroline A. Pease 153 

Richardson, Lucy Caroline, 179 

Riker, Ina Viola Ambrose 4 

Rivers, Mary, 55 

Roberts, Anna Gertrude, 89 

Roberts, Emma Scott 257 

Roberts, Virginia Hall, 258 

Robertson, Charlotte C. Richardson, 191 

Robeson, Ethel Maxwell, 77 

Robinson, Annie Duncan, 140 

Robinson, Eliza Ten Eyck Pruyn, 82 

Robinson, Emily Marie, 50 

Robinson, Ida Ann, 322 

Robinson, Julia Barbour, 214 

Robinson, Margaret Arnold, 134 



378 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Bobinson Maria Louise, 323 

Eodgers, Hattie Fallis, 159 

Rogers, Clara Bates, 32 

Rogers, Catharine Langdon, 33 

Rogers, Laura Barksdale, 2 

Rood, Pauline Langworthy, 207 

Ross, Ellen Granger, 107 

Ross, Eleanor Margaret Camahan, 202 

Rossi, Abbie F. Clapp, 46 

Rounds, Eleanor Wildrage Deering, 25 

Roux, Ida Lucas, 182 

Rowe, Mary Augusta, 306 

Russell, Anne Van Rensselaer, 83 

Russell, Ellen Wells, 232 

Rust, Charlotte Dunbar, 245 

Ryan, Caroline Louise, 321 

Ryan, Rebecca Motte Hamilton, 306 

Sague, Harriet Jane, 85 

Sanford, Julia A. Fairchild, 157 

Sargent, Louise Peabody, 47 

Sawyer, Dorcas Ellen Barnes, 40 

Sawyer, Edith Pingree 166 

Sawyer, lone Amelia Pingree, 166 

Sawyer, Susie Winslow, 215 

Scaif e, Alice L., 298 

Scaif e, Lois E., 297 

Scott, Isabel G., 258 

Scott, Maria Eldridge, 257 

Scott, Minerva Dunlap, 199 

Scott, Nora Miser, 10 

Scott, Olive L. Crosby, 323 

Scovill, Ellen W. Hyde, 332 

Seasholes, Grace Lyon, 310 

Sechler, Juliet McCullough, 3 

Secor, Rebecca Reynolds, 89 

Seeligson, Lillian Meade, 144 

Seeligson, Maria Meade, 145 

Selden, Elizabeth Canfield, 238 

Selleck Rebecca J., 329 

Semple, Lydia Roberts, 116 

Seymour, Sadie Hanna, 57 

Sharp, Eliza Darragh Williams, 145 

Sharpies, Elizabeth Denman, 122 

Shattuck, Grace Carolyn Young, 37 

Shaw, Pamelia Battles Farrington, 51 



INDEX. 379^ 

Shepard, Ellie Josephine, 94 

Shepherd, Harriette L. Briggs, 273 

Sherrerd, Carrie Frances Hawley, 121 

Sherrerd, Mary Eva Moore, 255 

Sherwin, Mary K., 34 

Shevlin, Alice A. Hall, 62 

Shreve, Rebecca Hamilton, 78 

Shugert, Jean Stewart, 287 

Shurick, A. Anna Palmes, 59 

Sill, Florence Virginia, 276 

Slack, Harriet Hichbom, 347 

Slaughter, B. Rosalie, 316 

Slaymaker, Leah Ferree Aitken, 293 

Slaymaker, Mary Mcllvain, 292 

Sleight, Florence Dimock, 198 

Smith, Anna E. Salisbury, 126 

Smith, Carrie Martha, 90 

Smith, Clara M. Colman, 241 

Smith, Edith Palmer, 127 

Smith, Elizabeth Stanley, 117 

Smith, Emily Jack, 295 

Smith, Emma Thompson, 272 

Smith, Julia Octavia, 175- 

Smith, Lucy S., 218 

Smith, Sarah A. Dunn, 288 

Smith, Susan Chichester, 320 

Smoot, Bettie Carter, 318 

Snow, Mira Crocker, 48 

Sommerville, Mary Margaret, 182 

Southmayd, Margaret Ogden, 75 

Southwick, Lillian Capron, 129 

Spencer, Marion Edwina, 268 

Spoor, Lena M., 65 

Stambaugh, Elizabeth McCartney, 109 

Stanley, Florilla M., 332 

Stanton, Elizabeth, 172 

Steams, Mary Schauffler, 271 

Steck, Caroline Modisette, 291 

Stedman, Helen Eliza Wood, 9 

Steele, Grace F., 327 

Sterrett, Josephine Quarrier, 227 

Stevens, Alice Nichols, 224 

Stevenson, Jeannie C. Brayton, 348 

Stokes, Caroline Phelps, 166 

Storrs, Harriet Butterfield, 90 

Strayer, Lizzie Hill Carter, 315 



380 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Strudwick, Sally Patterson, 150 

Stuart, Ellen Douglass, 147 

Studebaker, Lydia Ruth Lingle, 355 

Stull, Evelyn Lewis, 117 

Such, Anna Ridgway, 264 

Sullivan, Helena Louisa, 107 

Surget, Charlotte Catherine Boyd, 244 

Swift, Rebekah Eunice, 198 

Taf t, Agnes Barrie, .• 265 

Talbot, Emily Pope, 26 

Talbott, Laura Williams, 212 

Tapley, Claire Hutchinson, 219 

Tapley, Isabel Bryant, 41 

Tarr, LilUan Abbott, 42 

Tatem, Minnie Antoinette Moore, 255 

Taylor, Anna Robinson, 12 

Taylor, Annie May, 217 

Telford, Cecelia Hale, 202 

Teller, Frances L., 6 

Terry, Champe Pryor, 148 

Tesson, Margaret Burgoyne, 8 

Thomas, Mary Massey, 118 

Thomas, Mary S., 284 

Thomas, Sallie Lawson, 188 

Thompson, Eliza Scott, 257 

Thompson, Ella Burdett, 142 

Thompson, Jennie Irvin, 287 

Thomson, Iva May Stillson, 167 

Thorpe, Virginia Roane, 325 

Thurston, Julia Eliza Lapham, 228 

Ticknor, Edith Slade, 226 

Tilden, Charlotte Sav^er 269 

Tillinghast, Ida Nichols, 330 

Tinney, Phoebe Johnson, 354 

Todd, Matilda Garthwaite, 76 

Tomlinson, Emma Statira, 163 

Torrance, Mary Campbell Witter, 174 

Torrence, Elizabeth Findlay, 99 

Torrey, Mary Clendinen Catchings, 246 

Tourt«llott«, M. L. C, 321 

Tovme, Amy Howard Wood, 230 

Trego, Medora Harris, 4 

Tucker, Harriet Eliza Sessions, 229 

Tucker, Martha Evelina, 191 

Tnfts, Eleanor Vaughan Paine, 45 



INDEX. 381 

*■ 

Turner, Ella, 337 

Turner Mary Alice Holbrook, 335 

Turner, Sallle Tennent, 337 

Upham, Mary Louise Brown, 327 

Upson, Sarah F. Webster, 165 

Vairin, Alice Baldwin, 23 

Valk, Elizabeth W., 304 

Vance, Mary Coit Spooner, 156 

Van Slyke, Eva Paull, 19 

Veale, Emma MacDonald, 294 

Vedder, Helen Scovel, 306 

Verplanck, Katharine Wolcott, 87 

Vrooman, Anna Pruyn, 81 

Wagner, Ella Spafford, 196 

Wakefield, Julia Sherman, 196 

Waldo, Kate M. Ives, 344 

Wales, Mary Charlotte Bliss, 215 

Walker, Venetia Rebecca Hurd 13 

Wallace, Alice Wheelwright, 81 

Wallace, Ella M. Hutchinson, 249 

Wallace, Lillyn Andress 354 

Walton, Mary Caroline, 145 

Walworth, Ellen Hardin, 272 

Ward, Katherine Lucinda Mott, 280 

Ward, Theresa Antoinette, 342 

Warner, Margaret Lindsley, 302 

Warren, Claire Louise, 352 

Warren, Helen L. Perkins, 176 

Washburn, Martha Williams Merrow, 134 

Washburn, Rebecca H., 192 

Washbume, Mary Moore, 20 

Wattles, S. Ellen, 148 

Waxham, Alice, J. Roberts, 353 

Webb, Laura Henrietta, 11 

Webster, Sallie McMechen Jones, 354 

Welch, Ellen Gould, 349 

Welles, Caroline Sweet, 237 

Wellington, Martha Katharine, 154 

Wells, Harriette Hyde, 234 

Wells, Julia Frances, 196 

Wells, Lena McClelland, 159 

Wells, Martha C. Howard 238 

Wells, Sallie Douglas 333 



382 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

West, Anna Emily 135 

West, Bessie M 201 

West, Frances Maria, 164 

Wetmore, Ellen Livingston 157 

AVheaton, Louise Cameron, 132 

Wheeler, Bora B. Emerson, .' 353 

W^heeless, Irene Watkins, 211 

Whelen, Sarah Smith, 114 

Wheless, Bertha Fishback 308 

Whelpton, Edith Kidder, 94 

White, Mary Parmenter, 241 

W^hiteside, Ellen Cooper, 239 

Whitney, Emma Varian 120 

Whiton, Mary Elizabeth Loomis, 164 

Whittlesey, Fanny, 168 

Whittlesey, Mary Swift, 167 

Whitwell, Mary Crownshield, 227 

Wick, Alice Barbee, 14 

Wickes, May Forsyth, 263 

Widden, Edith Kenney Smith, 231 

Wilder, Eloise Walker, 29 

Wilder, Jennie A. Watson, 151 

Wilder, Mary Emma 42 

Wildman, Sarah Peirce, 205 

Wilkins, Fannie H., 249 

Wilkins, Louisa, 244 

Williams, Edith 233 

Williams, Mary, 203 

Williams, Mary H. Benton 277 

Williams, Sarah A. Cutter, 155 

Wilson, Helen Hewson, 84 

Wilson, Maria Lloyd, 340 

Wilson, Pauline Hewson, 83 

Wimberly, Effie Pope, \ 187 

Winfield, Rita Crew 313 

Winslow, Emily Bement 218 

Winton, Zerlena Knox, 243 

Wood, Abby Abbot, 222 

Wood, Betsey Lord, 242 

Wood, Kate Corcoran, 181 

Wood, Mary Woodbury Earl, 221 

Wood, Sarah Spring Adams 52 

Woodruff, Cornelia A., 236 

WOODRUFF, LOUISA RACHEL 260 

Woods, Grace, 125 

W^orcester, Anabiah Russell, 249 



INDE^X. 383 

Worley, Laura Davis, 205 

Wright, Annie Perry, 187 

Wright, Elizabeth Curtiss Knapp, 176 

Wright, Emma Julia Pope 188 

Wright, Emma Mclntyre, 273 

Wright, Fannie C, 344 

Wright, Fanny Hunt, 152 

Wright, Katharine Cowles, 206 

Wright, Ruth E., 67 

Wyeth, Ellen Ashton, 123 

Wylly, Robert Logan Dismukes, 189 

Wyman, Mary Brewer Churchill, 47 

Yeager, Florelle Virginia, 246 

Young, Abby Bayley 37 

Young, Ellurah Megrue, 350 

Young, Florence, 36 

Zook, Inez C, 65 



ROLL OF HONOR. 

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ROLL OF HONOR. 




Abbot, Maj. Abiel, 228 

Abbott, James 43 

Abbott, Capt. Joshua, 23 

Adair, (Jot. Jolm, 85 

Adams, Rev. John 213 

Adams, Sergt. Joseph 52 

Adams, Sergt. William, 337 

Allen, James 97 

Allen, James, Jr. 97 

Allen, Capt, Jamee, 153, 159 

Allen. John 79 

Allen, Joseph, 51 

Alien, Uicah, Jr. 34 

Allison, Archibald, Jr., 286 

Allison, Bobert 301 

Ames, Barnabas, 203, 204 

Ames, Maj. John, 303 

Anciaux, Nicola, ; 341 

Anderson, Jacob, Jr., 214 

Anderson, Col. Nelson, 324 

Anderson, Maj. Patrick 297, 298 

Andrews, John 182 

Amdt, Capt. Jacob, 121 

Arnold, Isaac 174 

Arnold, Ens. Israel, 238, 30O 

Austin, Lieut. Col. Aaron 2fll 



388 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Austin, Ezekiel, 133 

Avery, Ens. Daniel, 172 

Avery, Col. Ebenezer, 328 

Avery, Lieut. Ebenezer, 155 

Avery, Capt. Elijah 173 

Ayers, David, 79 

Aylett, Ck)l. WilUam, 201 

Babeock, Sergt. Simeon, 300 

Bailey, Sergt. Ezekiel, 96 

Bailey, Col. John 313 

Bailey, Paul, 44 

Bailey, Capt. Bichard, 356 

Baker, Corp. David, 84 

Baker, Dr. Joseph, 167 

Baldwin, Capt. Hezekiah, 233 

Baldwin, Ichabod, 122 

Baldwin, Jacob, 22 

Ball, Lieut. James, 85 

Ball, Dr. Stephen, 75, 183 

Ballance, Charles, 161 

Ballance, Corp. Willis, 161 

Ballard, Zaccheus, 321 

Ballou, Maj. Keuben, 236- 

Bancroft, Capt. Edmund, 49 

Banks, Hezekiah, 333 

Barbee, William, 14 

Barlow, Samuel, 9, 19 

Barnes, Corp. Elijah, 327 

Bamett, Capt. William, 185, 187 

Barstow, Michael, 197 

Barton, Benjamin, 27S- 

Batchelder, Maj. Nathan, 72 

Bates, Isaac, 349 

Bayley, Shubael, 36, 37 

Beach, Josiah, 345, 346 

Beals, Adam, Jr., 45 

Beardsley, Abraham, 334 

Beardsley, Ens. Benjamin, 334 

Beebe, Capt. Ira, 161 

Beebe, Capt. Roderick, 323 

Beecher, Burr, 104 

Belknap, Capt. Samuel, 106 

Bellamy, Sergt. John, 44 

Beman, Sergt. Samuel, 350 

Benedict, Jonathan, 344- 



ROLL OF HONOR. 389 



Benedict, E. Lemuel, 344 

Benedict, Nathaniel, 344 

Benner, Henry, 285 

Benner, Philip, 285 

Bennett, Capt. Joseph, 2 

Bennett, Ens. Nathan, 9, 19 

Benton, Bethel, 277 

Benton, David, 17 

Benton, Samuel, 164 

Berrien, Maj. John, 341 

Bidwell, Benjamin, 58 

Bigelow, Lieut. Jabez, 260 

Birdsall, Lieut. Col. Benjamin, 289 

Bissell, Capt. Ozias, 134 

Blackman, David, 254, 255, 257 

Blackshear, Edward, 1 

Blake, Philemon, 193 

Blakely, Lieut. James, 200 

Blakely, James, Jr., 200 

Blanchard, Capt. Augustus, 251 

Bland, Hon. Richard, 148 

Bliss, Lieut. Abraham, 216 

Bliven, Nathan, Jr., 301 

Bly, Sergt. John, 218 

Boggs, John, 15, 354 

Booth, Sergt. Walter, 177 

Borden, Col. Joseph, 30, 312 

Botsford, David, 235 

Boudinot, Elisha, 74 

Bourne, Judge Benjamin, 300 

Bov^'en, Ezra, 182 

Boynton, Isaac, 155 

Boynton, Sergt. Joshua, 72 

Brackenridge, Judge Hugh Henry, 288 

Bradbury, Sergt. Moses, 213 

Bradford, John 146 

Bradley, Asa, 152, 153, 154 

Bradley, Thaddeus, 309, 349 

Brainerd, Ezra, 328 

Brainerd, Lieut. Josiah, 328 

Braxton, Hon. Carter, 146 

Brayton, James Wheaton, 348 

Brevoort, Elias, 79 

Brewer, Col. David, 47 

Brewster, Samuel, 263 

Brower, Capt. Nicholas, 86 



390 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



X. 



Brown, Bazil, 112 

Brown, Sergt. Henry, 327 

Brown, Corp. Isaac, 89 

Brown, Capt. James, 297 

Brown, Col. James, 138 

Brown, Corp. James, 178 

Brown, Jesse 128 

Brown, Capt. John, 301 

Brown, Maj. Jonathan, 281 

Brown, Nathaniel, 53 

Brown, Roswell, 346 

Brovm, Corp. Samuel, 331 

Brown, Lieut. Silas, 215, 216, 217 

Brown, Sergt. Solomon, 353 

Brown, Stephen, 134 

Brown, Thomas, 112 

Brownell, Lieut. Jonathan, 131 

Brownell, Sylvester, 131 

Brownson, Dr. Richard, 99 

Bruen, Jabez, 98 

Bryson, Hon. James, 13, 14 

Buchanan, Gen. Andrew, 29 

Buck, Elijah, 351, 352 

Buckminster, Capt. Lawson, 47 

Buddington, Walter, 171 

Buell, Lieut. Col. Nathaniel, 179 

Buell, Rev. Samuel 84 

Bulkley, Capt. Joseph, 20 

Bull, Col. John, 255 

Bull, Mary Phillips, 255 

Bundy, Elijah, 181 

Bunton, Capt. Andrew, 45 

Burbeck, Capt. Edward, 38 

Burbeck, Col. WilUam, 38 

Burd, Col. James, 293, 296 

Burlingame, Lieut. Pardon, 127 

Bumam, John, 210 

Burnett, Lieut. James, 10, 11 

Burnett, John, 10, 11 

Burnett, Capt. John, 319 

Burnett, Thomas, 319 

Burritt, Rev. Blackleach, 338 

Burrows, Capt. Hubbard, 103, 104 

Bushnell, Ephraim, 274 

Bushnell, Jason, 194 

Buss, Lieut. Samuel 65 



ROLI. OF HONOR. 39 1 



Butler, Cornelius, 271 

Butler, Col. William, 211 

Butterfield, Benjamin, 223, 224 

Butterfield, Sergt. Timothy, 90 

Byram, Naphtali, 122 

Cabell, Col. John, 227, 316 

Caldwell, Samuel, 59 

Calhoun, Patrick, 185 

Campbell, John, 106 

Candee, Sergt. Samuel, 157 

Canfield, Lieut. Isaiah 28, 29 

Canfield, Maj. John, 82 

Capron, Joseph, 129 

Carleton, Lieut. Ebenezer, 100, 101 

Camahan, Nathan, 323 

Carr, Col. James, 312 

Carrington, Col. George, 316 

Carringiion, Capt. Joseph, 31€ 

Carter, Charles, 315 

Carter, Major, 303 

Cary, Ephraim, 50, 52 

Catchings, Maj. Benjamin 246 

Chaddock, Thomas, 267 

Chadsey, Jabez, 309 

Chadwick, Dr. Edmund, 324 

Chadwick, Lieut. John, 319 

Chamberlain, Abiel, 326 

Chamberlain, Joseph, 23 

Chamberlain, Col. Remembrance 346 

Chamberlain, Wilson, 23 

Chamberlin, Samuel 114 

Chamberlin, Samuel, 168, 160 

Champlin, Sergt. Stephen, 270 

Chandler, Capt. Jesse Zacharlah, 141, 142 

Chapin, Abel, 216, 217 

Chapin, Ens. Adams, 343 

Chapin, Capt. Ephraim, 216, 217 

Chase, Judge Samuel, 184 

Cheney, Thomas, 10, 11 

Chenoweth, Sergt. John, 109 

Chesebrough, Peleg, 233 

Chesley, James, 340 

Child, Cephas, 346 

Childs, Jonathan, 336 

Childs, Capt. Silas, 85 



392 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMEMCAK REVOLUTION. 

Chittenden, Daniel, 58 

Chittenden, Jalros, 58 

Chittenden, Jared, 208 

Chittenden, Sergt. Jared, 152 

Chnrch, Nathaniel, 110 

Church, CoL Thomas, 131 

Churchill, Capt. Perez, 47 

Churchill, Capt. Stephen, 192 

Cilley, Gen. Joseph, 252 

Clag-gett, Hon. Wyseman, 64 

Cla^hom, Col. George, 197, 231 

Clapp, Maj. Jonathan, 215, 216, 217 

Clark, Lieut. AsaJiel, 215, 216, 217 

Clark, Sergt. Ebenezer, 95 

Clark, Eliakim, 215, 216, 217 

Clark, Capt- James, 297 

Clark, Jehiel, 355 

Clark, Lieut. Jerome, 279 

Clark, Noah, 328 

Clark, Parker, 254, 255, 257 

Clark, Capt. Samuel, 12, 13 

Clark, Gen. Samuel, 355 

Clarke, Gen. Elijah, 186 

Clendinen, Thomas, 246 

Cleveland, Lieut. Josiah, 156 

Clinton, Maj. Gen. James, 347 

Cloak, Capt. Ebenezer, 80, 119, 151 

Close, Kev. John, 87 

Coe, Capt. Benjamin, 133 

Coe, Eobert Ebenezer, 273 

Coffin, Hon. Peter, 32, 33, 181 

Coffin, Dr. William, 32, 33, 181 

Cogswell, Maj. William, 168 

Coit, Col. Samuel, 156 

Colbum, Lieut. Amos, 5 

Cole, Sergt. Amos, 7 

Cole, Benjamin, 200 

f Cole, Eleazer, 24, 50, 51 

Cole, Solomon, 72 

Coleman, Dr. Asaph, 202 

Colgrove, Benjamin, 311 

Collins, Corp. Oliver, 278 

Colman, Job, 241 

Colton, Capt. Charles, 56 

Conkling, Capt. Jacob, 105, 107 

Clock, Charles, 165 



ROLL OF HONOR. 393 



Cook, Col. Edward, 112 

Cook, Isaac, 15 

Cook, Capt. Isaac, 15 

Cook, Col. Isaac, Jr., , 15 

Cook, Judge John, 80, 119, 151 

Cook, Corp. Nathan, 154 

Cook, Perez, 155 

Corbin, Capt. Lemuel, 170 

Corbin, Corp. Nathaniel, 5 

Coming", Bliss, 82 

Coryell, Judge Emanuel, 194 

Coryell, Maj. John, 194 

Cottrell, John, 174 

Covenhoven, Robert, 284 

Cowles, David, 58 

Cowles, Lieut. John, 58 

Cox, Jacob, Ill 

Craft, Moses, 101 

Craft, Samuel, 101 

Craige, Lieut. David, 317 

Crane, Capt. Josiah, 348 

Crapo, Corp. Joshua, 208 

Crocker, Corp. John, 270 

Crolius, William, 343 

Crosby, David, 323 

Crosby, John, 114 

Crosby, Capt. Josiah, 35, 248 

Crosby, William, 248 

Cummings, Benjamin, 248 

Cunnable, John, 282 

Cunnable, Samuel, 282 

Curtis, Sergt. Elihu, 333 

Curtis, Hezekiah, 339 

Curtis, James, 339 

Curtis, Nehemiah, 334 

Curtiss, Joseph, 176 

Cushing, Ezekiel, 24 

Cushing, Loring, 24 

Cushing, Capt. Pyam, 55 

Dale, Capt. Samuel, 125, 289 

Dana, Anderson, 234, 235 

Dart, David, 326 

Davenport, Joseph, 236 

Davidson, Col. George, 137 

Davidson, Gen. William Lee, 307, 308 



394 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Davis, Aquila, 36 

Davis, Benjamin, 221 

Davis, Eliphalet, 4a 

Davis, Frederick, 205 

Davis, Capt. John, 48 

Davis, Joshua, 31 

Davis, Sergt. Paul, 267 

Davis, Samuel, 173 

Dawson, Lieut. Henry, 10, 11 

Dawson, Timothy, 137 

Day, Daniel, 197 

Dayton, Ck)l. Elias, 81 

Dayton, Gen. Elias, 75 

Dean, Sergt. Enos, 164 

Dean, Lieut. Jonathan, 127 

Dean, Capt. Lieut. Thomas, 31 

Dearborn, Jonathan, 228 

Dearborn, Nathaniel, d45 

Dee, Elijah, 68 

Denison, Ens. Amos, 266 

Dennison, Sergt. Isaac, 3 

Dent, John, 144 

Dewey, John, 92 

Dickerman, Enos, 327 

Dickinson, Sergt. Ebenezer, 91, 92 

Dickinson, Sergt. Josiah, Jr., 152 

Dickson, Jonas, 31 

Dike, Capt. Anthony, 192 

Dimmick, Sergt. Edward, 338 

Dodd, Isaac, '. 122 

Dodge, Israel, 227 

Doolittle, Gen. George, 91, 92 

Dorr, Capt. Matthew, 195, 276 

Doubleday, Maj. Ammi, 259 

Doughty, Abner, 254, 255, 257 

Doughty, Corp. James, 214 

Douglas, Capt. Asa, 281 

Drew, Capt. Thomas Haynes, 319 

Dudley, Lieut. Nathan, 236 

Dungan, Jesse, 78 

Dunlop, Col. James, 285, 286, 287 

Dunn, Timothy, 288 

Durf ee, Joseph, 130 

Dyer, Bickford, 113 

Eastman, Nathaniel, Jr., 223, 350 

Eaton, Maj. William, 150 



ROI^L OF HONOR. 395 



Edmunds, Capt. Thomas, 15Q 

Edwards, Jasper, 206 

Edwards, Medad, 216, 217 

Edwards, Thomas, 34 

Elliott, Edmond, 346 

Ellis, Capt. Abraham, 196 

Ellis, Lieut. Abraham, 341 

EUmaker, Nathaniel, 292, 293 

Ely, Lieut. Elihu, 261, 262 

Emanuel, Gov. David, 186 

Eordan, Martin, 125 

Estell, Capt. Joseph, 118, 256, 258 

Evans, Col. Evan, 293 

Evans, Sherebiah, 274 

Everett, Joseph, 34 

Everts, Nathaniel, 89 

Ewell, James, 269 

Ewell, John, 269 

Fallis, George, 158, 15& 

Farg-o, Sergt. William, 7, 164, 165 

Farnsworth, Lieut. David, 191 

Famum, Capt. Eliab, 351, 352 

Farrar, Sergt. Jacob, 283 

Farrington, John, 46, 51 

Fell, Judge John, 187 

Fell, Col. Peter Renaudet, 187 

Felton, Adj. Benjamin, 39 

Fenn, Capt. Thomas, 162, 281 

Fenner, Capt. Arthur, 119^ 

Ferguson, George, 242 

Ferree, Joel, 292, 293 

Field, Col. David, 348 

Field, Col. John, 210 

Field, Corp. Samuel, 57 

Findlay, Samuel, 99 

Finley, Maj. Samuel, 141 

Fishburn, Philip, 10 

Fisher, Asahel, 228 

Fisher, Lieut. David, 226 

Fitzhugh, Capt. Peregrine, 283 

Fitzhugh, Col. William, 283 

Flagg, George, 135, 181, 304 

Fletcher, Capt. Benjamin, 49 

Fletcher, Sergt. Gershom, 326 

Fletcher, Capt. Jonathan, 56 



396 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Fletcher, Gen. Samuel, 94 

Flynn, Jacob, 222 

Follett, John, 276 

Ford, Capt. John, 221, 222 

Ford, Nathaniel, 46 

Fosdick, Capt. NicoU, 268 

Fosdick, Dr. Thomas 99 

Fosdick, Dr. Thomas, Jr., 268 

Foster, Lemuel, 162 

Foster, Lieut. Timothy, 162 

Fowler, Caleb, 208 

Fowler, Ebenezer, 208 

Fox, Jahiel, 233 

Fox, John, 160 

Franklin, Philip, 356 

Frazer, Brig. Gen. Persif or, 67 

Freeman, William, 233 

French, Sergt. Benjamin, 251 

Frisbee, Ebenezer, 297, 298 

Frisbee, Capt. Hezekiah, 297, 298 

Frye, Col. James, 222 

Fuller, Ignatius, 296 

Furber, Richard, 340 

Futhey, Samuel 125, 289 

Gallop, Amos, 218 

Gallup, Col. Benadam, 331 

Gallup, Corp. Jesse, 331 

Gallup, Col. Nathan, 177, 178 

Gamble, Capt. Robert, 117 

Gano, Rev. John, 22, 77, 98 

Garfield, Nathaniel, 259 

Garland, Ens. Dodivah 24 

Garthwaite, Jeremiah Crane, 76 

Gatchell, John, 61 

Gates, Sergt. Lemuel, 100, 101 

Geiger, Capt. Bernard, 68 

Gibbs, Lieut. Joseph, 295 

Gibson, John, 11 

Gilbert, Capt. John, 198 

Gilbert, Capt. John, 237 

Gile, Jonathan, 351 

Giles, Corp. James, 12, 13 

Giles, Jonathan, 12, 13 

Gillespie, Col. Daniel, 201 

Gilman, Judge Joseph, 60, 61 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 397 



Gillmore, James, 323 

Gilmore, Col. James, 299 

Glover, Enoch, 52 

Goddard, John, 275 

Goddard, Joseph, 275 

Godfrey, Gen. George, 229 

Goodhue, Daniel, 23 

Gorham, Samuel, 344 

Gosling, Samuel, 190 

Gould, John, 349 

Gould, Lieut. Theophilus, 41, 42 

Gove, Lieut. Nathaniel, 132 

Graham, Dr. Andrew, 191 

Granger, Capt. Oliver, 105, 107 

Graves, David, 9 

Graves, David, Jr., 9 

Gray, Capt. George, 21 

Greenawalt, Lieut. John Philip, 62 

Greenawalt, Col. Philip Lorentz, 62 

Greene, Thomas, 300 

Gregg, David, 277 

Gridley, Isaiah, 281 

Griffin, Isaac, 63, 65 

Griffin, Joseph, 2 

Griggs, Samuel, 335 

Griswold, Capt. Daniel B., 321 

Grisv7old, George, 320 

Gustine, Dr. Lemuel, .' 178 

Guthrie, Capt. John, 113 

Hale, Benjamin, 279 

Hale, John, 44 

Hall, Benjamin, 156 

Hall, Thomas, 140 

Hall, William, 271, 272 

Hamilton, Maj. James, 307 

Hamilton, Samuel, 88 

Hamlin, Capt. Eleazer, 101 

Hammond, Daniel, 335 

Hammond, Lieut. David, 294 

Hammond, Faunce, 190 

Hand, Capt. Daniel, 320 

Hardin, Col. John, 272 

Hardin, Col. William, 309 

Harris, James, 349 

Harrison, Gov. Benjamin, 158 



398 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hart, Samuel, 24 

Hart, Col. Thomas, Jr., 146 

Hartley, Col. Thomas, 342 

Hartwell, Lieut. Isaac, 230 

Harvey, Job, 255 

Harvey, Dr. Josiah, 332 

Hasbrouck, Col. Abraham, 97, 280 

Hasbrouck, Maj. Jacob, Jr., 280 

Habrouck, Col. Joseph, 97, 280 

Hasbrouck, Lieut. Josiah, 280 

Haskell, Ens. Benjamin, 213 

Haskell, Sergt, Zebulon, 254, 255 

Hatch, Col. Jabez, 33, 118 

Hatchman, John, 48 

Hathav^ay, Col. John, 130 

Hathaway, Lieut. Philip, 130 

Havens, Capt. William, 172 

Hawkins, Capt. William Adrian, 238 

Hawley, Maj. Aaron, 54 

Hay, Col. William, 203 

Hayden, Col. Josiah, 23 

Hayes, Capt. Samuel, 332 

Hays, Capt. John, Ill, 298 

Hayward, Benjamin, 288 

Head, Maj. James, 253 

Heath, James, 241 

Hemingway, Enos, , 176 

Henderson, Col. Bennett, 21 

Henry, Gov. Patrick, 201, 325 

Hersey, John 55 

Hersey, John, Jr., 55 

Heth, Maj. Henry, 71 

Heyward, Hon. Thomas, 307 

Hichborn, Robert, 347, 356 

Hichborn, Thomas, 347, 356 

Hight, James, 24 

Hildreth, Elijah, 37 

Hildreth, Lieut. Israel, 37 

Hill, Jonathan, 240 

Hillegas, Michael, 115 

Hilliard, Levi, 169 

Hills, Capt. Stephen, 114 

Hitchcock, Capt. Zachariah, 289, 290 

Hodge, Benjamin, 283 

Hodges, Ezra, 35 

Hodges, Sergt. Jonathan, 94 



ROLL OF HONOR. 399 



Holbrook, Deacon Daniel, 193 

Holcombe, Capt. Henry, D. D., LL. D., 304 

Hollembeak, William, 203, 204 

Hollister, Elijah, 325 

Hollister, John, 325 

Hollister, Lieut. Thomas, 330 

Holmes, Zebulon, 34 

Holt, Ens. Benjamin, 226 

Holt, Corp. Joseph, 192 

Hooper, Kobert Lettice, Jr., 191 

Hopkinson, Hon. Francis, 312 

Homer, Dr. Gustavus Brown, 123 

Horton, Maj. Jonathan, 355 

Hotchkiss, Ezekiel, 344 

Hotchkiss, Capt. Gideon, 261 

Hotchkiss, Isaac, 208 

Houston, Samuel, 44 

How, Corp. Ebenezer, 223 

Howard. Lieut. Samuel, 238 

Howe, Col. Ezekiel, 199 

Howe, Israel, 179 

Howe, Lebeus, 88 

Howell, Sergt. Jeremiah, 268 

Hoy, William 349 

Hoy, William, Jr., 349 

Hoyt, Col. Nathan, 35 

Hubbard, David, 198 

Hubbell, John, Jr., 338 

Hubbell, Lieut. John, 20 

Hubbell, Lieut. John, 338 

Hueston, William, 202 

Hugg, Joseph, Ill 

Hughes, John, 73 

Hughey, John, 110 

Humphrey, Capt. Ezekiel, 126 

Humphrey, Isaac, 198 

Hunter, Col. James, 70 

Huntington, Sergt. John, 161 

Huntress, Christopher, 340 

Huston, Capt. John, 206 

Huston, John, 355 

Hutchings, Col. John, 145 

Hutchins, Col. Benjamin, 152, 153, 154 

Hutchins, Capt. Samuel, 243 

Hutchinson, Col. Israel, 40 

Hutchinson, Israel, Jr., 40 



400 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hutehinson, Sergt. Nathan, 249 

Hyde, Dr. Phineas, 332 

Ingersoll, William, 114 

Irwin, Archibald, 99 

Irwin, James, 283 

Irwin, Col. Robert, 1 

Ives, Joel, 344 

Jack, Capt. James, 143, 145 

Jack, Patrick, 143, 145 

Jack, Patrick, 185, 187 

Jack, Gen. William, 3, 205, 295 

Jackson, Col. Giles, 259, 280 

James, Benjamin, 46 

James, Lieut. John, 14G 

Janes, Jonathan, '. , 156 

Janes, Serg^. Solomon, 59 

Jaquess, Jonathan, 17 

Jenkins, Capt. Daniel, 187, 188 

Jenkins, Gideon, 31 

Jennings, Capt. William, 143, 145 

Johnson, Abner, 42 

Johnson, Ashley, 354 

Johnson, Col. Charles, 196 

Johnson, Lieut. Jonathan, 230 

Johnson, Maj. Soger, 303 

Johnson, Stephen William, 115, 116 

Johnston, Rev. William, 16 

Johnston, Col. Witter, *. 16 

Johnston, John, 191 

Jones, Harrison, 139 

Jones, Hugh, 37 

Jones, Col. John, 295 

Jones, Col. Jonathan, 120 

Jones, Oliver, • 37 

Jones, Tignal, 301 

Joslen, Darius, 110 

Josselyn, Corp. John, 38 

Judson, Capt. Daniel, 334 

Judson, Elijah, 240 

Kelsey, Capt. Jonas, 85 

Kendrick, Benjamin, 101 

Kendrick, Lieut, Caleb, 227 

Kendrick, John, 227 



ROI.L OF HONOR. 4OI 



Kent, Rev. Dan, 311 

Kesler, Jacob, 203 

Kessler, Capt. John, 124 

Ketchum, Joseph, 273 

Ketchum, Joseph, Jr., 272 

Kettle, (Kettlehuyn), William, 91 

Kidder, Samuel, 94 

Kilbourn, Capt. John, 233 

Kilboum, Robert, 196 

King, Lieut. Asaph, 36, 37, 231 

King, Benjamin, 24 

King, George, 24 

Kingman, Capt. David, 79 

Kingman, Capt. Ezra, 79 

Kingsbury, Andrew, 167 

Kingsbury, Lieut. Ephraim, 167 

Kingsbury, Corp. Samuel, 87 

Kinne, Capt. Ezra, 174 

Kinne, Sergt. Nathan, 335 

Kittredge, Solomon, 250 

Kittredge, Dr. Zephaniah, 250 

Knapp, John, 176 

Knight, Jacob, 212 

Knower, Benjamin, 276 

Knowlton, Col. Thomas, 6 

Knox, Capt. James, 140 

Knox, William, 243 

Knox, Capt. William, 323 

Knox, Capt. William, Jr., 323 

Kunkel, Christian, 121 

Lafayette, Gen. M. J. P. J. R. Y. G. Du Motier Marquis de, .... 202 

Laighton, James, 253 

Lambord, Luke, 53 

Landon, Lieut. Col. Jonathan, 27S 

Landon, Rufus, 81 

Lane, Joel, 301 

Langdon, Capt. John, 17, 18 

Langdon, Corp. Martin, 266 

Langdon, Capt. Noah, 266. 

Langdon, Judge Timothy, 33 

Langdon, Judge Woodbury, 281 

Langworthy, James, 4, 159, 208 

Lansing, Christopher, 81 

Lansing, Capt. Christopher, 281 

Lamed, Capt. Simon, 232 

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402 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Larrabee, Capt. Benjamin, Jr., 20 

Lathrop, Hope, 201 

Latta, James, 293 

Lawrence, Capt. Asa, 50, 51 

Lawrence, Capt. Nathaniel, 302 

Lawson, Col. John, 188 

Leak, Capt. John, 254, 255, 257 

Lee, Rev. Andrew, D. B., 174 

Lee, Capt. Thomas, 269 

Lee, Gov. Thomas Sim, 20 

Leete, Ens. Gideon, 28, 29 

Lef t^vich, Col. William, 189 

Leland, Isaac, 214 

Leland, Capt. John, 306, 333 

Lewis, Benjamin, 51 

Lewis, Col. Fielding-, 184, 318 

Lewis, Maj. George, 184 

Lewis, Jacob, 239 

Lewis, Jesse Pitman, 314 

Lewis, Hon. Thomas, 313, 314, 315 

Lewis, Capt. William, 68 

Lincoln, Jeremiah, 245 

Lincoln, Capt. Ruf us, 229 

Lindsley, Maj. Joseph, 116, 163 

Littell, Capt. Eliakim, 75 

Little, Col. Moses, 279 

Livingston, Robert, 74, 157 

Lloyd, Edward, 29 

Lockwood, Joseph, 60 

Logan, Col. John, 351 

Longfellow, Lieut. Nathan, 26 

Loomis, Daniel, 164 

Loomis, Noah, 3 

Lord, Joseph, 203, 204 

Lord, Capt. Martin, 105 

Lothrop, Daniel, 230 

Lovejoy, Capt. Hezekiah, 249 

Love joy, Capt. Hezekiah, 251 

Lovell, John, 93 

Low, Col. John, 43 

Lucas, Sergt. John, 182 

Lufkin, Moses, 224, 225 

Lyman, David, 4 

Lyman, Maj. Daniel, 134, 158 

Lyman, Elias, 98 

Lynch, Hon, Thomas, 307 



ROLL OF HONOR. 403 



McCalla, Thomas, 203 

McClaughry, Thomas, 195 

McCloskey, Joseph, 246 

McConnell, Capt. James, 107 

McDaniels, James, 248 

McDaniels, Eandall, 248 

McDonald, Maj. Adam, 211, 212 

McDonald, Willis, 211, 212 

McDowell, Capt. James, 292, 293 

McDowell, Ens. James, 337 

McDowell, Col. John, 1 

McDowell, Dr. John, 242 

McDowell, Dr. John, 99 

McDowell, Col. Samuel, 141, 337 

McDowell, Samuel, Jr., 141 

McFarland, Col. Daniel, 14, 199 

Mcintosh, Ebenezer, 270 

Mclntyre, Joseph, 274 

McKean, Hon. Thomas, 30 

McKinnie, John, 187 

McWilliams, Maj. William, 68 

Mahony, Timothy, 129 

Manchester, John, 229 

Mann, Dr. Peres, 289, 290 

Manson, John, 31, 32 

Manson, Nehemiah, 31, 32 

Markham, Capt. James, 278 

Marshall, Elisha, 152, 153, 154 

Marshall, Capt. Thomas, Jr., 200 

Marshall, CoL Thomas, 209 

Marston, Paul Smith, 66, 67 

Martin, George, 132 

Marvin, Capt. Benjamin, 263 

Marvin, Gen. Elihu, 338 

Mason, Hon. George, 144, 145 

Massey, Sergt. Jonathan, 4, 159, 208 

Mather, Elijah 352 

Mathews, Gov. George, 342 

Matthies, Jeremiah, 79 

Maxwell, Capt. John, 77 

Maynard, Bezaleel, 336 

Mead, Noah, 240 

MegTue, Andrew, 350 

Melvin, Corp. Amos 283 

Merrick, Capt. James, 179 

Merrill, Nathaniel, 196 



404 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Merrill, Capt. Simon, 252 

Merwin, Lieut. Miles, 68 

Messersmith, George, 123 

Middleton, Lieut. John, 307 

Miles, Gen. Samuel, 10& 

Miller, Brig. Gen. Nathan, 132 

Mills, Sergt. John, 251 

Mills, Capt. Michael, 108 

Mills, Capt. Peter, 20S 

Montague, Capt. Caleb, 217 

Montgomery, Gen. William, 286 

Moor, Hon. John, 291 

Moore, Gen. Andrew, 199 

Moore, Judge Aj^ollos, 58 

Moore, Maj. John, 54, 237 

Moorehouse, Uriel, 331 

Morgan, Ens. Christopher, 103, 104 

Morgan, Ens. Jonas, 280 

Morgan, Corp. William, 103, 104 

Morgan, Youngs, 330 

Morris, Capt. Amos, 209, 262, 311 

Morriss, Henry, 147 

Morse, Elisha, 34 

Morton, Benjamin, 264 

Morton, Capt. John, 264 

:Morton, Col. William, 264 

Mosely, Joseph, 156 

Motte, Rebecca, Brewton, 307 

Moulton, Corp. David, 69 

Muhlenberg, Rev. Henry Melchoir, D. D., 287 

Murray, Capt. Elihu, 261 

Murray, Mary Lindley, 74, 157 

Myers, Jacob, 118 

Myers, Judge Jacob, 246 

Mygatt, Col. Eli 6 

Nelson, Gen. Thomas, Jr., 21, 315 

Nevrton, Thomas, 145 

Nicholas, Col. George, 136 

Nicholas, Hon. Robert, Carter, 136 

Nichols, James, 338 

Nichols, Sergt. Lemuel, .^. 175 

Nichols, Corp. Zadock, 109 

Nightingale, Gen. Joseph, 239 

Nightlinger, Samuel 117 

Noble, Gad, , 57 



ROLL OF HONOR. 405 



Noble, Capt. James, 203, 204 

North, Roger, Jr., 255 

Nourse, James, 255 

Noyes, Humphrey, 71 

Noyes, CoL Joseph, 60 

Noyes, Lieut. Thomas, 60 

Ogfden, Lewis, 75 

Ogier, Abraham, 265 

Ogier, Lewis, 265 

Okely, John, 200, 292 

Orton, Azariah, 259 

Otey, Col. John, 189 

Otis, Col. James, 14, 933, 340 

Otis, Brig. Gen. Joseph, 14, 57, 233, 340 

Otterson, James, 253 

Owen, Philip, 27 

Owen, Richardson, 160 

Page, Lieut. Col. Jeremiah, 220 

Paine, Abner, 58 

Paine, Josiah, 45, 49 

Painter, Thomas, 95 

Palmes, Andrew, 59 

Park, William, 14 

Parker, Ezekiel, 252 

Parker, Leonard, 326 

Parker, Lieut. Levi, 344 

Parsons, Sergt. Aaron, 126 

Parsons, Sergt. Aaron, Jr., : 126 

Parsons, Benjamin, 332 

Parsons, Maj. Gen. Samuel Holden, 177 

Patch, Ephraim, Jr., 62 

Patchin, Lieut. Samuel, 259 

Patton, Gen. John, 287 

Peabody, Isaac, 47 

Peabody, Deacon Moses, 28 

Pearce, Capt. William, 240 

Pearse, William, 97 

Pearson, Isaac, 196 

Pearson, Joseph, 196 

Pease, John, 152, 153, 154 

Peck, Capt. Ambrose, 48 

Peck, Hon. Jedediah, 276 

Peck, Corp. Josiah, 334 

Pendleton, Hon. John, 317 



406 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Penfield, Lieut. Col. John, 180 

Penfield, Samuel, 180 

Pennington, Nathan, 257, 258 

Perham, Ezekiel, 353 

Perkins, Dr. Elisha, 27 

Perkins, Capt. Francis, 42, 345 

Perkins, Gilbert, 24 

Perkins, John, 290 

Perkins, Ens. John, 310 

Perkins, Riqhard, 24 

Perley, Capt. William, 7, 8 

Perry, Judge Freeman, 270 

Perry, Quartermaster Isaac, 85 

Pettis, Benjamin, 163 

Peyton, Sir John, 189 

Peyton, Capt. Valentine, 122 

Pfeiffer, Col. George, 80, 119, 151, 291 

Phelps, Jared, 18 

Phelps, Lieut. John, 18 

Phelps, Lieut. Thomas, 166 

Phifer, Martin, Jr., 317 

Philips, Lieut. Josiah, 128 

Phillips, Col. William, 142 

Pickens, Gen. Andrew, 186, 309 

Pingree, Stephen, 166 

Piper, Col. John, 148 

Pitkin, Capt. Thomas, 271 

Pitman, Rev. John, 133 

Plum, John 194 

Poage, Capt. George, 158, 159 

Poage, John, 158, 159 

Polk, Col. Ezekiel, 140 

Pomeroy, Maj. Gen. Seth, 167, 168 

Pond, William, 203, 204 

Pontius, Lieut. Henry, 296 

Pool, David, 192 

Poore, Capt. Jonathan, 273 

Pope, Col. Frederick, 26, 27 

Pope, Samuel Ward, 26, 27 

Porter, Dr. Joshua, 289, 290 

Porter, Capt. Moses, 93 

Potter, Alexander, 20 

Potter, Israel, 50 

Potter, Maj. Gen. James, 8, 347 

Potter, Levi, 153 

Potts, Judge Samuel, 106 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 407 



Powers, Lieut. James, 5 

Pratt, Ethan, 58 

Prescott, Corp. Jesse, 63 

Presoott, Jonathan 63 

Preston, Levi, 218, 219 

Preston, Col. William, 318 

Prince, Sergt. Kimball, 149 

Prioleau, Col. Samuel, 49 

Pruyn, Lieut. Casparus, 81, 82 

Purviance, Robert, 258 

Putnam, Capt. Archelaus, 311 

Putnam, Capt. Edmund, 39, 42 

Putnam, Col. Enoch, 40, 219 

Putnam, Maj. Gen. Israel, 72 

Putnam, John, 95 

Putnam, Deacon, Thomas, 18 

Putnam, Lieut. Victor C 322 

Ralston, John, Ill, 298 

Ramsey, Ens. William, 29 

Rand, Col. John 97 

Rand Zachariah, 97 

Randall, Zedediah, 173 

Randle, Peter, 137 

Randolph, Col. Robert, 315 

Ray, Roswell, 86, 274 

Raymond, Hezekiah, 56 

Raymond, Simeon, 56 

Reading, Capt. Thomas, 69 

Reed, Col. John, 46 

Reese, Rev. David, 185 

Reese, George, 185 

Reid, Capt. Samuel, 190 

Revere, Col. Paul, 231 

Reynolds, Lieut. David, 102 

Reynolds, Lieut. Joseph, Jr., 130 

Rice, Corp. Thomas, 43 

Rich, Samuel, 26, 27 

Richards, Benjamin, 226 

Richardson, Brig. Gen. Richard, 183 

Richardson, Rufus, 240 

Richardson, Wyman, 191 

Richmond, Gideon, 137 

Ridgway, Joseph, 264 

Riley, Sergt, Ashbel, 343 

Ripley, Piram, 135 



408 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

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Rittenhouse, Benjamin, 255 

Rix, Nathaniel, 221 

Bobbins, Rev. Ammi Ruhamah, 263 

Roberts, Lieut. Col. Algernon, 116 

Roberts, Capt. Lemuel, 89 

Roberts, Sergt. WilUam 76 

Robinson, Capt. Lieut. Christopher, 97, 134 

Robinson, Sergt. Moses, 12 

Roche, Capt. Edward 206 

Rochester, Col. Nathaniel, 330 

Rockwell, Lieut. James, 247 

Rodes, Capt. Robert, 210 

Rogers, Daniel, 32, 33 

Rogers, Dr. Theophilus, 338 

Rollins, Henry, 210 

Rose, Col. Hugh, 149, 150 

Ross, Corp. Adam, 39, 42 

Ross, Sergt, Timothy, 218 

Ross, William 124 

Rounds, Simeon, 231 

Rouse, Col. William, 305 

Rowland, Thomas, 182, 187 

Rudolph, Capt. Jacob, 115 

Runey, John, 52 

Rupley, Lieut. Jacob, 123 

Russell, Jason, 250 

Russell, Jason, Jr., 250 

Rust, Lieut. Lemuel, 274 

Rust, Moses, 225 

Rust, Nathaniel Wilson, 260 

St. Clair, Maj. Gen. Arthur 65, 66 

St. John, Corp. Matthias, 329 

Saltonstall, Gen. Gurdon, 195 

Sampson, Caleb, 197 

Sanford, Elisha, 327 

Sansum, Capt. Philip, 302 

Sargent, William, 4 

Saunders, Thomas, : 140 

Scott, Joseph, 230 

Scott, Lieut. Joseph James, 187, 188 

Scott, Lieut. Moses, 230 

Scott, Capt. Matthew, 15 

Scout, Ens. Aaron, 102 

Scudder, Richard, 79 

Seaver, Sergt. Robert W., 265 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 409 



Selden, Col. Samuel, 238 

Selleck, Samuel, 329 

Sessions, Abjah, 336 

Sevier, Gov. John, 139 

Seymour, Capt. Daniel, 210, 211 

Seymour, Elisha, 90, 92 

Seymour, Sergt. Elisha, Jr., 90, 92 

Seymour, Zadock, 93 

Shaw, Corp. Abner, 24, 50, 51 

Shaw, James, 259 

Shepherd, Capt. Abraham, 20 

Sherman, David, 157 

Sherman, Elihu, 197 

Sherwood, Lemuel, 93 

Shoif , Philip, 29 

Sill, Andrew, Jr., 276 

Simkins, Capt. Arthur, 186 

Sims, John, 137 

Singleton, Thomas, 306 

Skeels, Corp. Truman, ", 165 

Skinner, Sergt. Ebenezer, 118 

Slaughter, Charles, 316 

Slaymaker, Lieut. Mathias, 292, 293 

Slaymaker, Ens. William Mathias, 292, 293 

Sloan, Lieut. George, 19 

Slocum, Giles, 87 

Smith, Capt. Aaron, 219 

Smith, Andrew 327 

Smith, Col. Daniel, 314, 315 

Smith, Maj. Gen. Daniel, 140 

Smith, Lieut. David, 247, 328 

Smith, Ephraim, 235 

Smith, Ezra, 12 

Smith, Lieut. Francis, 318 

Smith, Col. George, , 128 

Smith, Capt. Jonathan, 231 

Smith, Col. Jonathan, 54 

Smith, Capt. Joseph, 32, 33 

Smith, Lewis, 218 

Smith, Sergt. Lewis, 92 

Smith, Sergt. Moses, 103, 104 

Smith, Nicholas, 90 

Smith, Capt. Phinehas, 215, 218 

Smith, Col. Robert, 67 

Smith, Thomas, 175 

Smith, Corp. Thomas, 127 



4IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Smith, Capt. William, 44 

Smith, Dr. WilUam Hooker, 178 

Smith, Judge William Peartree, 74 

Smith, Rev. William 115 

Snow, Lieut. David, 213 

Snowden, Hon. Isaac, 178 

Somer, Capt. John, 137 

Sommerville, Capt. William, 182 

Somes, Capt. Isaac, 43 

Soule, Abner, 229 

Soule, Dorcas Seabury, 229 

Spafford, Lieut. Col. Solomon, 196 

Spencer, Rev. Elihu, 124 

Spicer, Abel, 171, 173 

Splcer, Edward, 103, 104 

Sprake, Nicholas, 36 

Sprake, Corp. Samuel, Jr., 36 

Stanley, Daniel, 165 

Staring, Lieut. Nicholas, 53 

Stark, Aaron, 262 

Stark, Maj. Gen. John, 219 

Stearns, Isaac, 15 

Steams, Timothy, 15 

Steel, Capt. John, 112, 113 

St^rret, Maj. William, 102 

Stevens, Capt. Aaron, 320 

Stevens, Col. John, 32, 33 

Stevens, Josiah, 335 

Stevenson, Maj. John, lOS 

Stevenson, Samuel, 108 

Stewart, Oliver, 64 

Stewart, Lieut. Thomas, 120 

Stickney, Lieut. Jedediah, 28 

Stillson, Joseph, 167 

Stillson, Josiah, 167 

Stimson, Jeremiah, 295 

Stinchfield, Rev. Ephraim, 73 

Stinchfield, John, 73 

Stites, Elijah, 79 

Stockbridge, Corp. David, 321 

Stockton, Hon. Richard, 77, 244, 245 

Stone, Daniel 207 

Stone, Lieut. Col. Jonathan, 45, 49 

Stone, Hon. Thomas, 122 

Story, Dr. Elisha, 99 

Stout, Capt. Harman, 120, 127 



ROIvIv OF HONOR. 411 



Streeter, Barzillai, 191 

Strong, Maj. Nathaniel 95 

Stryker, Capt. John, 234 

Stuart, Maj. Alexander, 147 

Stull, John Adam, 117 

Sturdevant, Samuel, 118 

Sturges, Dimon, 107 

Sturges, Hezekiah, 107 

Sturtevant, Sergt. Dependence, 85 

Sullivan, Gov. James, 127 

Sutherland, Lieut. Col. Thomas, 247 

Sv^ran, Capt. Caleb, Jr., 48 

Swan, Maj. Robert, 26, 27 

Swartwout, Cornelius, 91 

Swartwout, Philip, 91 

Swift, Gen. Heman, 198 

Swift, Dr. Isaac, 60, 61 

Taintor, Corp. Medad 175 

Talbot, Capt. Peter, 26, 27 

Talcott, Lieut. William, 353 

Taliaferro, Zachariah, 188 

Tallman, Col. Benjamin, 348 

Tapley, Asa, 41, 220 

Tarrant, Thomas, 161 

Taylor, Childs, 309 

Taylor, Hon. George, 245 

Taylor, William, 15 

Teall, Joseph, 321 

Teller, Tobias, 264 

Tenney, Capt. William, 238 

Theus, Col. James, 187, 188 

Thom, Dr. Isaac, 181 

Thomas, Capt. Alexander, 96 

Thomas, Dr. James, 242 

Thomas, Col. Richard, 284, 285 

Thomas, Adj. William, Jr., , 180 

Thomas, Hon. William, 180 

Thompson, Judge Ebenezer, 253 

Thompson, Jesse, 260 

Thompson, Capt. John, 273 

Thompson, Joseph, 260 

Thompson, Nathan, 339 

Thompson, Gen. William, IS 

Thruston, Col. Charles Mynn, 69, 70 

Tice, Lieut. Jacob, 121 



412 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ticknor, CoL Elisha, 226 

Tilden, Ebenezer, 269 

Tilden, Ens. Joshua, 339 

Tilden, Wales, 46 

Tomlinson, Capt. Isaac, 163 

Tomlinson, Capt. James, 80, 119, 151 

Tomlinson, Samuel, 80, 119, 151 

Torrenee, Lieut. Joseph, 99 

Town, Daniel, 220 

Townsend, Dr. David, 55 

Tracy, Lieut, Hezekiah, 329 

Traill, Maj. Robert, 120 

Trammell, William, 160 

Treadway, Benjamin, 208 

Treman, Abner, 88 

Trotter, Col. James, 136 

Truesdell, Maj. Jesse, 89 

Trufant, David, 53 

Tryon, Lieut. Eliod, 298 

Tuck, Deacon Jonathan, 193 

Tuck, Samuel, 193 

Tuck, Capt. William, '. 248 

Tucker, Capt. Jonathan, 19 

Tucker, Lieut. William, 19 

Tupper, Brig. Gen. Benjamin, 106 

Turner, Isaac, 166 

Turner, Lieut. William, 22 

Tumey, Abel, 176 

UflPord, Benjamin, 333 

Yan Antwerp, Lewis Simonse, 66 

Van Bergen, Capt. Henry, 93 

Van Rensselaer, Col. Killian, 83 

Vamum, Gen. Joseph Bradley, 38 

Viets, Capt. John, 170, 171 

Vinton, David, 336 

Vinton, Seth, 336 

Vose, Gen. Joseph, 324 

Wadsworth, John, 236 

Waite, CoL John, 25 

Wales, Timothy, 52 

Walker, Lieut. Aaron, 299 

Walker, Samuel, 33 

Walker, Dr. Thomas 138, 148 






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