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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10
page 163
Mrs. Sarah F. Webster Upson.
DAR ID Number: 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.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
page 157
Miss Catherine Webster.
DAR ID Number: 11407
Born in Connecticut.
Descendant of Lieut. Aaron Webster, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Horace Webster and Harriet Bradley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ira Webster and Amy Granniss, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Webster and Lucy Adkins, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Webster and Lydia Webster, his wife.
[p.157] Aaron Webster enlisted in the first call for troops and served at Boston in Col. David Wooster's regiment. He was born at Hartford, 1717, and died at Southington, 1783.
Also No. 9448.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
page 324
Mrs. Lillian Campbell Avery.
DAR ID Number: 16890
Born in Westfield, Massachusetts.
Widow of Frank Rhodes Avery.
Descendant of Stephen Barnes, Josiah Cowles and George Cowles.
Daughter of Andrew Campbell and Nancy Cowles, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gamaliel Cowles and Maria Everton, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of George Cowles and Naomi Barnes, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Barnes and Phoebe Adkins, his wife; Josiah Cowles and Mary Scott, his second wife (m. 1748).
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Barnes and Martha Wheadon, his wife (m. 1726).
Stephen Barnes, (1704-77), served on the committee to relieve the families of soldiers. He was born in Southington, Conn., where he died.
Josiah Cowles, (1716-93), was too old for active duty, but served on war committees of Southington, where he was born.
[p.324] George Cowles, (1761-1827), served as a private in Capt. Jabez Fitch's company of Independent Volunteers, 1782. He was born in Connecticut and died in Massachusetts.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
page 163
Miss Harriet Lane.
DAR ID Number: 18442
Born in Burlington, Iowa.
Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright, Jr., Gilman Dudley and John Thorne, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Samuel J. Lane and Amelia Merritt, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Merritt and Harriet Wright, his wife; John S. Lane and Abigail Dudley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Wright and Sarah Adkins, his wife; Samuel C. Dudley and Mercy Thorne, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Wright, Jr., and Elizabeth Stillman his wife; Gilman Dudley and Sarah Conner, his wife; John Thorne.
[p.163] Caleb Wright, Jr., (1746-86), served as sergeant at Bennington in Col. Lewis Van Woert's regiment. He died in Cambridge, N. Y.
Also Nos. 9783, 13624.
Gilman Dudley, (1727-1803), enlisted in Capt. Daniel Runnel's company, Col. Thomas Tash's regiment, 1776. He was born in Exeter and died in Sanbornton, N. H.
John Thorne removed from Kingston to Sanbornton in 1764 where he signed the Association Test and where he died in 1807.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21
page 264
Miss Susan Eliza Clark.
DAR ID Number: 20757
Born in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Descendant of Samuel Clark, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Stanford Russell Clark and Eliza Lucretia Adkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Susan Johnson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Sarah Cushman, his wife.
Samuel Clark, (1729-1807), served several enlistments as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Lebanon.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25
page 78
Mrs. Charlotte Cornelia Edwards.
DAR ID Number: 24217
Born in Clinton, New York.
Wife of Edwin D. Edwards.
Descendant of Asahel Stiles, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Carlos A. Adkins and Cornelia Jane Eaton, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joshua Eaton and Jane Stiles, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Stiles and Tryphena Chapin, his wife.
Asahel Stiles, (1753-1833), served as drummer and private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in East Windsor, where he died.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28
page 58
[p.58] Mrs. Edith Tuttle Patterson.
DAR ID Number: 27154
Born in Fairhaven, Vermont.
Wife of Morris Patterson.
Descendant of Elisha Minor, Ensign Joseph Langdon, Joseph Woodward, Samuel Moulton, and Ichabod Tuttle, all of Connecticut.
Daughter of Albert Tuttle (b. 1846) and Emily A. Goodwin (b. 1847), his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Albert Sanford Tuttle (1817-55) and Charlotte Culver Moulton (b. 1815), his wife, m. 1845; John D. Goodwin (b. 1812) and Emily Adkins Scovill (b. 1823), his wife, m. 1841.
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Tuttle (1794-1827) and Rhoda Sanford (1798-1817), his wife, m. 1816; Samuel Moulton (1782-1838) and Mellona Woodward (1786-1870), his wife, m. 1814; Elezear Scoville (1769-1831) and Abigail Langdon (1780-1865), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Tuttle (1772-1809) and Ruth Ann Minor (1775-1851), his wife, m. 1791; Samuel Moulton and Rachael Loomis (1742-1812), his wife; Amnah Woodward (b. 1753) and Charlotte Culver, his wife; Joseph Langdon and Ruth Hooker (1744-1813), his wife, m. 1763.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Tuttle and Elizabeth Mathews, his wife, m. 1772; Elisha Minor and Anna Smith, his wife, m. 1772; Joseph Woodward and Mary Bradford, his wife.
Elisha Minor served as private in Sheldon's Light Dragoons. He was born, 1745, in Woodbury, Conn.
Joseph Langdon, (1740-1812), served as ensign in the first company, Fifteenth regiment, 1775. He was born in Farmington, Conn., where he died.
Joseph Woodward was a member from Castleton of the convention of the New Hampshire grants, 1776, held at Dorset, Vt. He was born in Canterbury, Conn.; died in Castleton, Vt.
Samuel Moulton, (1735-91), served as a private in the Connecticut militia, 1776. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.
Ichabod Tuttle, (1748-78), was at the battle of Wyoming, where he lost his life. He was born in Goshen, Conn.
Also Nos. 8496, 16514.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28
page 59
Mrs. Emily Adelia Tuttle.
DAR ID Number: 27155
Born in Castleton, Vermont.
Wife of Albert Tuttle.
Descendant of Ensign Joseph Langdon, of Connecticut.
[p.59] Daughter of John D. Goodwin and Emily Adkins Scovill, his wife, m. 1841.
See No. 27154.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29
page 267
Mrs. Hattie Merritt Erdman.
DAR ID Number: 28731
Born in Washington, D. C.
Wife of Henry Lewis Erdman.
Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright, Jr.
Daughter of John Griffin Merritt and Mary A., his wife.
[p.267] Granddaughter of George Merritt (1809-99) and Harriet Wright (1809-86), his wife, m. 1836.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Wright (1768-1832) and Sarah Adkins, his second wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Wright, Jr., and Elizabeth Stillman (1744-1824), his wife.
Caleb Wright, Jr., (1746-86), served as sergeant at Bennington in Col. Lewis Van Woerts's regiment Stark's brigade. As lead was scarce he melted the weights of his clock and moulded bullets to use at the battle. The old clock, with cans loaded with sand as weights, is still in the family. He died in Cambridge, N. Y.
Also Nos. 9783, 13624, 18442, 20510.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 286
Miss Leonora Merritt.
DAR ID Number: 29790
Born in Washington, Dictrict of Columbia.
Descendant af Sergt. Caleb Wright, Jr.
Daughter of John Griffin Merritt and Mary A. Merritt, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Merritt and Harriet Wright, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Wright and Sarah Adkins, his wife.
[p.286] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Wright, Jr. and Elizabeth Stillman, his wife.
Caleb Wright, Jr., (1746-86), served as sergeant at Bennington under Col. Lewis Van Woert. He died in Cambridge, N. Y.
Also Nos. 9783, 13624, 18442, 20510, 28731.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
page 283
Mrs. Alice C. Hicks.
DAR ID Number: 31766
Born in Augusta, New York.
Wife of Dr. H. M. Hicks.
[p.283] Descendant of Jonathan Shepard, Jr., and Elijah Shepard.
Daughter of Philemon M. Van Evera and Orlivia A. Shepard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Shepard and Phoebe Raymond, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Shepard and Elizabeth Adkins, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Shepard, Jr. and Miriam Strong, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Shepard and Rachel Lankton, his wife.
Jonathan Shepard, Jr., (1732-1800), served as a private. He was born in Westfield; died in Blandford, Mass.
Elijah Shepard, (1763-1848), enlisted in the regiment of guards. He was at the battle of Stone Arabia under Capt. David McConatha. His pension was allowed for six months actual service as private Massachusetts line.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34
page 3
Mrs. Eliza Van Horne Gould.
DAR ID Number: 33007
Born in Otsego, New York.
Wife of George Leslie Gould.
Descendant of Capt. John Van Benschoten, of New York.
Daughter of Richard Van Horne and Georgianna Adkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Abram Van Horne and Jemima Van Benschoten, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Van Benschoten and Jane Low, his wife.
John Van Benschoten, (1751-1817), was commissioned captain 1778 in the second regiment, Rombout Precinct, New York militia.
Also No. 4831.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 38
page 225
Mrs. Lulu Colcord Williams.
DAR ID Number: 36636
Born in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Wife of Joseph Heath Williams.
Descendant of Capt. Henry Styles and of Lieut. John Colcord.
Daughter of Jacob Colcord and Mary Worthington, his wife.
Granddaughter of Frederick Colcord and Elizabeth Jenness, his wife; Harvey Worthington and Zilpha Adkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Colcord and Hannah Thyng, his wife; Henry Adkins and Lucinda Clark, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Colcord and Lydia Morrill, his wife; Peter Clark and Zilpha Styles, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Styles and Ruth (Wells) Kellog (1724-1812), his wife, m. 1747.
John Colcord, (1758-1826), served as ensign, Continental [p.225] Infantry, 1776; second lieutenant, New Hampshire line and resigned 1777.
Also No. 31280.
Henry Styles, (1730-1810), who had served in the early wars commanded a company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Windsor, Conn.; died in Whately, Mass.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 45
page 94
Mrs. Lottie Elizabeth Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 44228
Born in York, Pa.
Wife of William G. Adkins.
[p.94] Descendant of George Benedict of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Edward B. Eicholtz and Lovey Stare, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jacob Eicholtz and Lydia Benedict (b. 1802) his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of George Benedict and Susannah Shelter, his wife.
George Benedict served as private in Capt. Quigley's company, Col. Michael Swope's regiment of volunteers. He was born in York County and died there in 1817.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 58
page 198
Mrs. Mary E. Mccarroll Myers.
DAR ID Number: 57574
Born at Holly Springs, Miss.
Wife of M. D. Myers.
Descendant of Major George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan.
Daughter of John Ramsey McCarroll and Ophelia Saxon Myers, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Boggan Myers and Addeline Boggan, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Patrick Boggan, Jr., and Martha Davidson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Patrick Boggan and Betsey Dabbs, his wife; George Davidson and Brazilla Adkins, his wife.
George Davidson was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of Rangers, under Col. James Moore, and in 1776 appointed major. He was born about 1750; died after 1802 in Kentucky.
Also No. 21814.
Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 49268.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 66
page 38
Mrs. Charlotte Crane Warner.
DAR ID Number: 65106
Born in Winsted, Conn.
Wife of Hobart Augustus Warner.
Descendant of Ebenezer Crane.
Daughter of Aaron Whitfield Crane and Roxanna Persis Lyon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Aaron Crane (b. 1781) and Sibyl Adkins, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Crane and Jemima Tiffany (d. 1784), his 1st wife, m. 1778.
Ebenezer Crane responded to the Lexington Alarm and immediately after enlisted in Capt. Seth Smith's company of New Hartford for the relief of Boston; in 1777 took part in the defense of East Haven. He was born, 1750, in Killingworth, Conn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 69
page 63
Mrs. Ruth A. Merritt Dick.
DAR ID Number: 68177
Born in Nicollet County, Minn.
Wife of Philip Dick, Jr.
Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Wright.
Daughter of George F. Merritt, M. D. (b. 1846) and Jennie Lambie (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1876.
Granddaughter of George Merritt (1809-99) and Harriet Wright (1809-86), his wife, m. 1836.
Gr-granddaughter of Elijah Wright (1768-1832) and Sarah Adkins (d. 1838), his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Caleb Wright and Elizabeth Stillman (1744-1824), his wife.
Caleb Wright (1746-86) served as sergeant at Bennington under Col. Lewis Van Woert. He was born in Connecticut; died in Cambridge, N. Y.
Also No. 29790.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 72
page 248
Mrs. Julia Steuart Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 71695
Born in Millen, Ga.
Wife of Charles A. Thompson.
Descendant of Capt. James Clark.
Daughter of Leander Steuart and Lucinda Clark Worthington, his wife.
Granddaughter of Harvey Worthington and Zilpha Adkins, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Henry Adkins and Lucinda Clark, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Clark and Zilpha Stiles, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Clark and May -, his wife.
James Clark (1728-99) served, 1774, on the Committee of Observation and during the war commanded a company from Braintree, Mass., where he was born and died.
Also No. 45673.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76
page 10
Mrs. Lestia L. Butterfield Hitchcock.
DAR ID Number: 75021
Born in Albion, N. Y.
Wife of Frank I. Hitchcock.
Descendant of Asa Barns (or Barnes), of Connecticut.
Daughter of Henry M. Butterfield (1832-1905) and Ellen Barnes (b. 1834), his wife, m. 1854.
[p.10] Granddaughter of Henry Barnes (1803-44) and Jeannette Potter (1806-96), his wife, m. 1825.
Gr-granddaughter of Asa Barnes, Jr. (1777-1841), and Polly W. Woodruff, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Barns and Phebe Adkins (1776-1826), his wife, m. 1765.
Asa Barns (1745-1819) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Noadiah Hooker's 6th company, Col. Ursula Wolcott's regiment. He was born and died in Southington.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 77
page 326
Mrs. Ada C. Smith Bosworth.
DAR ID Number: 76868
Born in Boone County, Ind.
Wife of Rosecrans J. Bosworth.
Descendant of Corp. John Narramore.
[p.326] Daughter of John Philip Smith (b. 1836) and Martha Ellen (Smith) (b. 1837), his wife, m. 1860.
Granddaughter of George Preston Smith (1804-86) and Lucy Kimberlin Narramore (1804-90), his wife, m. 1830 (parents of John).
Gr-granddaughter of John Narramore and Nancy Adkins (1780-1847), his 2nd wife, m. 1803.
John Narramore (1762-1851) received a pension, 1833, for service as corporal in Capt. John Marshall's company, Col. Joseph Kershaw's regiment of South Carolina volunteers. He was born in Kershaw District, S. C.; died in Crossville, Tenn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 81
page 215
Mrs. Ida Jane Smith.
DAR ID Number: 80568
Born in Fayette, Ind.
Wife of Albert Smith.
Descendant of Corp. John Narramore.
Daughter of John Phillip Smith (b. 1836) and Martha Ellen (Smith) (b. 1837), his wife, m. 1860.
Granddaughter of George Preston Smith (1804-86) and Lucy Kimberlin Narramore (1804-90), his wife, m. 1830 (parents of John).
Gr-granddaughter of John Narramore and Nancy Adkins (1780-1847), his 2nd wife, m. 1803.
John Narramore (1762-1851) received a pension, 1833, for service as corporal in Capt. John Marshall's company, Col. Joseph Kershaw's regiment of South Carolina volunteers. He was born in Kershaw District, S. C.; died in Crossville, Tenn.
Also No. 76868.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83
page 64
Miss Adelaide Ristori Pender.
DAR ID Number: 82156
Born in Southington, Conn.
Descendant of Asa Barnes.
Daughter of Charles Henry Pender (1839-1905) and Lucy Ann Barnes (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Willard Ira Barnes (1820-54) and Ellen Andrews (1829-73), his wife, m. 1848.
Gr-granddaughter of Philo Barnes (1782-1865) and Electa Durrin (1792-1853), his wife, m. 1818.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Barnes and Phebe Adkins (1746-1826), his wife, m. 1765.
Asa Barnes (1745-1819) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Noadiah Hooker's 6th company, Col. Ursula Wolcott's regiment. He was born and died in Southington, Conn.
Also No. 75021.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 87
page 192
Mrs. Grace Allen Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 86599
Born in Covington, Ind.
Wife of Granville B. Adkins.
Descendant of Joseph Allen, as follows:
1. James L. Allen (1845-1910) m., 1866, Louvissa Campbell (b. 1846).
2. Joseph Allen (1813-77) m., 1841, Mary Jane McFadden (d. 1863).
3. John Allen (1769-1839) m., 1800, Hannah Sawyer (1775-1819).
4. Joseph Allen m. Jane Riddle (1729-1804).
Joseph Allen (1728-1817) served as private in the Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Scotland; died in Dauphin County, Pa.
Also Nos. 49492, 83756.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96
page 59
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Adkins James.
DAR ID Number: 95174
Born in Henderson, Ky.
Descendant of John Ward, as follows:
1. John Ellsworth Adkins (b. 1862) m. 1885 Mary Elizabeth Schneider (1857-94).
2. John Ward Adkins (1837-1908) m. 1859 Antha Ann Hughes (b. 1838).
3. Thomas O. Adkins (1808-82) m. 1834 Martha (Patsey) Ward (1807-55).
4. John Ward m. 1787 Theodocia Anderson (b. 1768).
John Ward (1766-1846) served as private in Captain Parson's company, Col. George Baylor's regiment, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Nottoway County, Va.; died in Mason County, Ky.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96
page 61
Mrs. Florence Adkins Nelcamp.
DAR ID Number: 95181
Born in Ripley, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Bismarck Nelcamp.
Descendant of John Ward, as follows:
1. John Ward Adkins (1837-1908) m. 1859 Antha Ann Hughes (b. 1838).
2. Thomas Otho Adkins (1808-82) m. 1834 Martha (Patsey) Ward (1807-55).
See No. 95174.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102
page 240
Mrs. Helen Emma Goodell Hull.
DAR ID Number: 101799
Born in Erving, Mass.
Wife of Edward Hiram Hull.
Descendant of David Goodell and of Corp. Jacob Rice, as follows:
1. David Albert Goodell (b. 1845) m. 2nd 1872 Harriet E. M. Peters (b. 1854).
2. Anson Goodell (1805-92) m. 1827 Lucy Rice (1808-99).
3. David Goodell (d. 1837) m. Lovisa Wood (1765-1863); Oris Rice (1780-1857) m. 1807 Pernela Adkins (1783-1834).
4. David Goodell m. 1761 Hannah Abbott (d. 1781); Jacob Rice m. Anna Hull.
David Goodell was a private, 1775, in Capt. Nathaniel Mercy's company on the Lexington Alarm. He was born, 1758, in Woodstock, Conn.
Jacob Rice (1756-80) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Brackett's company, Colonel Douglass' regiment; also, 1777, as corporal in Capt. James Peck's company, Colonel Enos' regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in New Lebanon, N. Y.
Also No. 87155.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104
page 300
Mrs. Anna Curtiss Enos.
DAR ID Number: 103973
Born in Alexander, N. Y.
Wife of Charles Enos.
Descendant of Maj. Eleazer Curtiss, Corp. Joseph Peters and Benjarnin De LaMater, as follows:
1. Roswell Carter Curtiss (b. 1833) m. 1857 Margaret E. Adkins (b. 1839).
2. John Milton Curtiss (1796-1884) m. 1821 Helen Goodrich (1796-1893).
3. Milton Curtiss (1765-1839) m. 1788 Dilly Peters (1770-1837); Solomon Goodrich (1756-1812) m. 1792 Susannah De LaMater (b. 1770).
4. Eleazer Curtiss m. 1759 Mercy Carter (1739-1805); Joseph Peters m. 1768 Dolly Owen (1751-1821); Benjamin De LaMater m. Hannah Row.
Eleazer Curtiss (1736-79) served as captain of the 7th company and as major in Colonel Enos' regiment on the Hudson, 1778. He was born and died in Warren, Conn.
Also No. 71600.
[p.300] Joseph Peters (1748-1835) served as corporal, 1777, Connecticut Line. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Darien, N. Y.
Benjamin De LaMater (1750-1800) was private in Capt. Abraham Van Keuren's company, 6th regiment, Dutchess County, New York militia. He was born in Kingston, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108
page 50
[p.50] Mrs. Clara Westwood Noble.
DAR ID Number: 107155
Born in Meriden, Conn.
Wife of Boughton T. Noble.
Descendant of Josiah Cowles, as follows:
1. William Henry Westwood (b. 1831) m. 1853 Cornelia Cowles (b. 1836).
2. Timothy Cowles (1807-56) m. 1828 Hila Thorp (1806-82).
3. George Washington Cowles (1775-1828) m. Amy Adkins.
4. Josiah Cowles m. 2nd 1748 Mary Pynchon Scott (1732-1809).
Josiah Cowles (1716-93) served on war committees of Southington, Conn., where he died. He was born in Farmington, Conn.
Also No. 48321.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 111
page 156
Mrs. Margaret B. Borst Borthwick.
DAR ID Number: 110494
Born in Middleburg, N. Y.
Wife of Edwin P. Borthwick.
Descendant of Michel Borst, as follows:
1. William Borst (1838-1907) m. 1858 Margaret Bouck (1838-95).
2. Peter Borst (1811-76) m. 1834 Eliza M. Richtmeyer (1814-91).
3. Peter Borst (b. 1782) m. 1805 Elizabeth Adkins.
4. Peter Borst (b. 1751) m. 1772 Catherine Loucks (b. 1750).
5. Michel Borst m. 1749 Anna Eliza Lewiston (1730-70).
Michel Borst (1728-1810) served as private in Col. Peter Vroman's New York regiment of militia. He was born and died in Schoharie, N. Y.
Also No. 107877.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112
page 310
Mrs. Adelaide F. Jepson.
DAR ID Number: 111969
Born in Branford, Conn.
Wife of Arthur W. Jepson.
Descendant of Asa Barnes, as follows:
1. Nathan Cuyler Frink (1836-1906) m. 1865 Jeannette Barnes (1838-1902).
2. Henry Barnes (1803-44) m. 1825 Jeannette Potter (1806-96).
3. Asa Barnes, Jr. (1777-1841), m. Polly Woodruff.
4. Asa Barnes m. 1765 Phebe Adkins (1746-1826).
Asa Barnes (1745-1819) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Noadiah Hooker's 6th company, Colonel Wolcott's regiment. He was born and died in Southington, Conn.
Also No. 75021.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113
page 146
Miss Ida L. Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 112445
Born in Southington, Conn.
Descendant of Aaron Webster, as follows:
[p.146] 1. Martin E. Young (1825-85) m. Ann -.
2. John Young (1791-1825) m. 1815 Freelove Smith (1792-1870).
3. James Smith (b. 1753) m. 2nd 1791 Lucy Webster (1776-1813).
4. Robert Webster (1752-90) m. 1775 Lucy Adkins (b. 1754).
5. Aaron Webster m. 1742 Lydia -.
Aaron Webster (1717-83) enlisted in the first call for troops and served at Boston in Col. David Wooster's regiment. He was born at Hartford; died in Southington, Conn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115
page 77
Miss Alta Viola Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 114247
Born in Omaha, Nebr.
Descendant of Capt. John Hildrich Armstrong, as follows:
1. Alphonso DeLos Adkins (1845-1910) m. 1866 Mary Susan Armstrong (b. 1845).
2. John Hildrich Armstrong (1809-85) m. 1830 Susannah Lair Briggs (1810-97).
3. John Hildrich Armstrong m. 1793 Tabitha Goforth (1774-1848).
John Hildrich Armstrong (1755-1816), while a student at Princeton, entered the army in the Pennsylvania Line as captain and was brevet captain at the close of the war. He was at Princeton, Trenton, Valley Forge, Monmouth, Stony Point and the siege of Yorktown. He became a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in New Jersey; died in Clark County, Ind.
Also No. 65554.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115
page 199
Miss Elizabeth M. Olmsted.
DAR ID Number: 114639
Born in Midland, Mich.
Descendant of Elijah Olmsted and of Eleazer Slocum, as follows:
1. Hirah Franklin Olmsted (b. 1836) m. 2nd 1876 Josephine Pearson (b. 1836).
2. Hirah Olmsted (1797-1881) m. 1816 Anstace Slocum (1799-1888).
3. Timothy Olmsted (1772-1855) m. Abigail Hollister; Fortunatus Slocum (1768-1820) m. 1789 Ruth Adkins (b. 1770).
4. Elijah Olmsted m. 1769 Sarah Lyon (1742-1822); Eleazer Slocum m. 1765 Anstace Viall.
Elijah Olmsted (1740-1822) served as a private in Capt. Joel Loomis' company, Major Backus' regiment of light horse. He was born in Connecticut; died in Galway, N. Y.
Also No. 10647.
Eleazer Slocum (1744-1826) served as private in Captain Van Woert's company, Colonel Van Veghten's New York regiment. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Northville, N. Y.
Also No. 87942.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118
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Mrs. Gladys Dennis Carpenter.
DAR ID Number: 117075
Born in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Wife of Baldwin Cliff Carpenter.
Descendant of William Walston, as follows:
1. Richard Tipton Dennis (b. 1857) m. 1887 Elvira Adkins (b. 1866).
2. George W. Adkins (1835-1910) m. 1863 Louisa Mills Walston (b. 1843).
3. Thomas Walston (1808-74) m. 1831 Elvira Bradley (1809-62).
4. William Walston, Jr. (1776-1866), m. Nancy Sadler.
5. William Walston m. Mary Poyor.
William Walston (1735-78) served as a private in Capt. John McGuire's company, Col. William Grayson's regiment, Continental troops. He was born in England; died in North Carolina.


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Mrs. Elvira Adkins Dennis.
DAR ID Number: 117076
Born in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Wife of Richard Tipton Dennis.
Descendant of William Walston, as follows:
1. George W. Adkins (1835-1910) m. 1863 Louisa Mills Walston (b. 1843).
See No. 117075.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 120
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Mrs. Lillian Oliver Joslin.
DAR ID Number: 119103
Born in New Scotland, N. Y.
Wife of Fisher M. Joslin.
Descendant of Michael Borst, as follows:
1. Abram E. Oliver (b. 1833) m. 2nd 1872 Elizabeth Borst (d. 1846).
2. Peter Borst (1811-76) m. 1834 Eliza M. Richtmyer (1814-91).
3. Peter Borst, Jr. (1778-1860), m. 1805 Elizabeth Adkins.
4. Peter Borst (b. 1758) m. 1772 Catherine Loucks (b. 1750).
5. Michel Borst m. 1749 Anna E. Lewiston (1730-70).
Michael Borst (1728-1810) served as private in Col. Peter Vroman's New York regiment of militia. He was born and died in Schoharie, N. Y.
Also No. 110494.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 121
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Mrs. Cora Stimson Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 120648
Born in Battle Creek, Mich.
Wife of W. P. Adkins.
Descendant of Samuel Stimson, as follows:
[p.202] 1. Fancher Stimson (1828-1902) m. 1855 May Farley (1830-98).
2. Stutley B. Stimson (1800-77) m. 1822 Polly Earl (1800-32).
3. Robert R. Stimson (1774-1861) m. Nancy Burlingamc.
4. Samuel Stimson m. Martha Russ.
Samuel Stimson served as private, 1777, in Capt. Asa Coburn's company, Col. Ichabod Alden's 6th Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Hopkinton, Mass.; died in New York State.
Also No. 97845.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 122
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Mrs. Evella Olmsted Grassly.
DAR ID Number: 121380
Born in Jacksonville, Ill.
Wife of Frank E. Grassly.
Descendant of Elijah Olmsted and of Eleazer Slocum, as follows:
1. Lewis Slocum Olmsted (1827-1905) m. 1851 Ellen Bissell (1828-90).
2. Hirah Olmsted (1797-1881) m. 1816 Anstace Viall Slocum (1799-1888).
3. Timothy Olmsted (1772-1855) m. Abigail Hollister; Fortunatus Slocum (1768-1820) m. 1789 Ruth Adkins (1770-1860).
4. Elijah Olmsted m. 1769 Sarah Lyon (1742-1822); Eleazer Slocum m. Anstace Viall (d. 1829).
Elijah Olmsted (1740-1822) was a private in Capt. Joel Loomis' company, Major Backus' regiment of Light Horse. He was born and died in Galway, Saratoga County, N. Y.
Eleazer Slocum (1744-1826) served as a private in the Albany County, New York militia, Capt. Van Woert's company, 13th regiment. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Northville, N. Y.
Also No. 114639.


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[p.315] Mrs. Ferne Dennis Briggs.
DAR ID Number: 123996
Born in Five Points, Ohio.
Wife of Brice Briggs.
Descendant of William Walston, as follows:
1. Richard Tipton Dennis (b. 1857) m. 1887 Elvira Adkins (b. 1856).
2. George W. Adkins (1835-1910) m. 1863 Louisa Mills Walston (1843-1915).
3. Thomas Walston (1808-74) m. 1831 Elvira Bradley (1801-62).
See No. 123994.


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[p.135] Mrs. Sarah Webster Caldwell.
DAR ID Number: 125404
Richmond County, N. C.
Wife of A. S. Caldwell, Jr.
Descendant of Howell Parker, as follows:
1. William Abner Webster (1848-1911) m. 1872 Alice MacRae (1848-1912).
2. Daniel MacRae (1784-1864) m. 1826 Martha Baldwin Parker (1810-78).
3. William Parker (1781-1872) m. 1803 Mary Adkins (1783-1837).
4. Howell Parker m. 1780 Elizabeth Loftin (b. 1756).
Howell Parker (1757-96) served as private, 1775-82, in the North Carolina Continental Line. He was born in Surry County, Va.; died in Stanly County, N. C.
Also No. 70862.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 127
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Mrs. Luana Furman Burgess.
DAR ID Number: 126215
Born in Wyoming County, Pa.
Wife of Charles R. Burgess.
Descendant of Corp. Isaiah Adkins (Atkins) as follows:
1. Allen Foster Furman (1811-95) m. 1831 Jerusha Ann Ticknor (1813-87).
2. Ezra Furman (1788-1857) m. 1810 Laura Adkins (1796-1863).
3. Isaiah Adkins m. Rhoda Carey (1755-1827).
Isaiah Adkins (Atkins) (1760-1842) in 1818 applied for a pension, which was granted for service as corporal, Connectieut troops. He died in Wyoming County, Pa.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 150
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Mrs. Naomi Virginia Rawlings Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 149821
Born in Posey County, Ind.
Descendant of Capt. Asahel Hinman, as follows:
1. S. O. Rawlings (b. 1845) m. 1878 Alice Youngblood (1856-1909).
2. James W. Youngblood (1822-55) m. 1843 Maria Brashears (1826-78).
[p.259] 3. Ephraim Brashears (1795-1876) m. 1825 Anna Harris Himnan (1795-1866).
4. Asahel Hinman m. 1768 Mary Harris Hinman (d. 1842).
Asahel Hinman (1742-1825) served as wagoner, wagonmaster, captain and conductor of team brigade, New Jersey militia. He was born in Hartford, Conn.; died in Boonville, Ind.
Also No. 139943.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 151
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Miss Helen A. Olmsted.
DAR ID Number: 150534
Born in Midland, Mich.
Descendant of Elijah Olmsted and of Eleazer Slocum, as follows:
1. Hirah Franklin Olmsted (1836-1918) m. 2d 1876 Josephine Pearson (1836-1919).
2. Hirah Olmsted (1797-1881) m. 1816 Anstace Slocum (1799-1888).
3. Timothy Olmsted (1772-1855) m. Abigail Hollister; Fortunatus Slocum (1768-1820) m. 1789 Ruth Adkins (b. 1770).
4. Elijah Olmsted m. 1769 Sarah Lyon (1742-1822); Eleazer Slocum m. 1765 Anstace Viall.
Elijah Olmsted (1740-1822) served as private in Capt. Joel Loomis' company, Major Backus' Connecticut regiment of light horse. He was born in Fairfield County, Conn.; died in Galway, N. Y.
Also No. 130681.
Eleazer Slocum (1744-1826) served as private in Captain Van Woert's company, Colonel Van Veghten's New York regiment. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Northville, N. Y.
Also No. 148287.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 161
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Miss Eunice Pearl Dennis.
DAR ID Number: 160262
Born in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Descendant of William Walston, as follows:
1. Richard Tipton Dennis (b. 1857) m. 1887 Elvira Adkins (b. 1866).
2. George W. Adkins (1835-1910) m. 1863 Louisa Mills Walston (1843-1915).
3. Thomas Walston (1808-74) m. 1831 Elvira Bradley (1809-62).
4. William Walston, Jr. (1776-1866), m. 1707 Nancy Calhoun (1778-1859).
5. William Walston m. Mary Pryor.
William Walston served as private in Capt. John McGuire's company, Col. William Grayson's regiment, Continental troops. He died, 1778, in North Carolina.
Also No. 123996.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
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Mrs. Katharine Owen Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 161756
Born in Sweetwater, Tenn.
Wife of W. Henry Adkins.
Descendant of Capt. Christopher Taylor, as follows:
1. Jesse F. Owen (1833-95) m. 1861 Sarah Taylor (1839-99).
2. Abraham Taylor (1804-82) m. 1831 Elizabeth McCray (1807-67).
3. Henry Taylor (1770-1857) m. Delilah DeMoss (1776-1879).
4. Christopher Taylor m. 1768 Mary Edwards (d. 1837).
Christopher Taylor (1746-1833) received a pension for service as lieutenant and captain in the North Carolina troops. He was born in Bedford County, Va.; died in Washington County, Tenn.
Also No. 151047.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
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Miss Henry Taylor Adkins.
DAR ID Number: 161757
Born in Madison County, Mont.
Descendant of Capt. Christopher Taylor, as follows:
1. W. Henry Adkins (b. 1869) m. 1898 Katharine Owen (b. 1871).
See No. 161756.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
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Mrs. Katharine Owen Adkins Bierrum.
DAR ID Number: 161758
Born in Madison County, Mont.
Wife of William Jay Bierrum.
Descendant of Capt. Christopher Taylor, as follows:
1. W. Henry Adkins (b. 1869) m. 1898 Katharine Owen (b. 1871).
See No. 161756.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
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Mrs. Ella Becker Boyce.
DAR ID Number: 161977
Born in Schoharie, N. Y.
Wife of P. Judson Boyce.
Descendant of Michel Borst, as follows:
1. Wellington D. Becker (b. 1862) m. 2d 1887 Carrie E. Borst (b. 1862).
2. Milton Borst (1820-98) m. 1844 Caroline Best (1828-92).
[p.297] 3. Peter Borst, Jr. (1782-1860), m. 1805 Elizabeth Adkins.
4. Peter Borst (b. 1758) m. 1772 Catherine Loucks (b. 1750).
5. Michel Borst m. 1749 Anna Eliza Lewiston (1730-70).
Michel Borst (1728-1810) served as private in Col. Peter Vrooman's regiment, New York militia. He was born and died in Schoharie, N. Y.
Also No. 143937.


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[p.159] Mrs. June Richards Lyle.
DAR ID Number: 164499
Born in Gilead, Mich.
Wife of Frank W. Lyle.
Descendant of Simeon Gould, as follows:
1. Henry W. Richards (1826-1906) m. 1858 Ellen M. Blakeslee (1835-1908).
2. Casper Richards (1784-1831) m. Annis Gould (1791-1856).
3. Simeon Gould m. 1783 Irena Adkins (b. 1765).
Simeon Gould received a pension, 1818, for service as private in the 1st New Hampshire regiment under Col. Joseph Cilley. He was born, 1759, in Groton, Mass.; died in New York.


A NATIONAL REGISTER OF THE SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

IRVING STRONG UPSON, New Brunswick, N. J. (6169). Son of Miles H. and Sarah F. (Webster) Upson; grandson of Horace and Harriet (Bradley) Webster; great-grandson of Ira and Amy (Grannis) Webster; great2-grandson of Robert and Lucy (Adkins) Webster; great3-grandson of Aaron Webster, private Wooster's Conn. Regt.


A NATIONAL REGISTER OF THE SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
PRINCIPAL EVENTS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

LEWIS CHEESMAN HOPKINS, New York City (8871). Son of Milton Williams and Almira (Adkins) Hopkins; grandson of Hezekiah Hopkins, private Conn. Militia.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Mrs. Mary Hill Coolidge.
DAR ID Number: 7501
Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of J. Randolph Coolidge, Jr.
[p.170] Descendant of Nathaniel Frothingham and of Lieut. Nathaniel Frothingham, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Hamilton Alonzo Hill and Mary Eliza Robbins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Chandler Robbins and Mary Eliza Frothingham, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Frothingham and Eliza Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Frothingham, Jr., and Rebecca Austin, his wife.
Great-great-great-granddaughter of Nathaniel Frothingham, who was selected “to obtain the name of such inhabitants as had determined to leave off the use of foreign tea.”
Nathaniel Frothingham, Jr., was a member of the Boston Tea Party and lieutenant of minute men.
Also Nos. 5799, 6532.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10
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Mrs. Clara Cordelia Davidson Mcnees.
DAR ID Number: 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.
[p.138] 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.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
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Mrs. Mary D. Atkins Gladding.
DAR ID Number: 10254
Born in Indiana.
Wife of Nelson Augustus Gladding.
Descendant of Lieut. Abijah Brigham and of Capt. Aaron Haines, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Elias C. Atkins and Sarah Frances Parker, his wife.
Granddaughter of Addison Parker and Eunice Brigham, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Brigham and Rebecca Haines, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Brigham; and of Aaron Haines.
Abijah Brigham turned out from Sudbury at the Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he served in Capt. Asahel Wheeler's company, and in 1779 under Capt. Amasa Cranston.
Aaron Haines commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm that marched from Sudbury to Cambridge.
Also No. 2364.


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[p.155] Mrs. Jennie Clarissa Lewis Munger
DAR ID Number: 10397
Born in Connecticut.
Wife of Verrenice Munger.
Descendant of Josiah Atkins, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Lawrence Lewis and Nancy Hall, his wife.
Granddaughter of Asahel Lewis and Sarah Rogers Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Atkins and Sarah Rogers, his wife.
Josiah Atkins served in the ranks, where he contracted rheumatism that resulted in his death in 1781. The diary showing his pass and his painful march to reach home, when unfit for further duty, is now in the possession of the Historical Society of New Haven.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
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Mrs. Edith Lawrence Munger Brady.
DAR ID Number: 10398
Born in Connecticut.
Wife of Walter Cobb Brady.
Descendant of Josiah Atkins.
Daughter of Verrenice Munger and Jennie Clarissa Lewis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lawrence Lewis and Nancy Hall, his wife.
See No. 10397.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
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Miss Evelyn Rich.
DAR ID Number: 10500
Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Eleazer Higgins, Corp. Joshua Rich and Joshua Knowles, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Shebuah Rich and Delia Collins Knowles, his wife.
Granddaughter of Shebuah Rich and Belinda Higgins, his wife; Joshua Knowles, Jr., and Mary Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Higgins and Lurania Gross, his wife; Joshua Rich and Mary Dyer, his wife; Joshua Knowles and Hannah Atkins, his wife.
Eleazer Higgins, at the age of seventeen, served at the siege of Boston. He subsequently enlisted on a privateer, was taken prisoner and confined at Dartmoor, England. He died at Wellfleet in 1831 and was born there in 1759.
Also No. 5789.
Joshua Rich, 1776, was corporal in Capt. Isaiah Higgins' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He died in 1810 at Truro, where he was born in 1752.
Joshua Knowles served in the ranks from Truro, where he died in 1822, aged sixty-six.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 124
Mrs. Florence Woodbury Miller.
DAR ID Number: 13330
Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Matthew Murray Miller.
Descendant of Peter Woodbury, John Porter, Isaac Allen, Jacob Allen, John Tewksburg, all of Massachusetts; Corp. Edward Small, of Maine.
Daughter of James Atkins Woodbury and Nancy Dimmock Small, his wife.
[p.124] Granddaughter of John Woodbury and Sarah Allen, his wife; Edward Small and Rebecca Pratt, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Woodbury and Bial Porter, his second wife; Edward Small and Sarah Mitchell, his wife; Isaac Allen and Rebecca Tewksbury, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Woodbury and Hannah Batchelder, his wife; John Porter and Mary Kimball, his wife; John Tewksbury and Elizabeth Hilton, his wife; Jacob Allen and Sarah Lee, his wife.
Peter Woodbury, (1705-75), turned out from Beverly at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died at Beverly.
Also No. 6816.
John Porter, (1717-1802), served from Littleton at the Lexington Alarm. He was adjutant in the Burgoyne campaign, and captain of the Sixth Middlesex regiment, 1779-80. His son John was an officer in the Continental army.
Edward Small, (1751-1826), was a private in Capt. John Roger's company to guard the Fort at Falmouth, 1775, and served at various alarms. He died at Freeport.
John Tewksbury, (1728-75), was a member on the Committee of Safety, 1774-75. He was a minute man from Manchester at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Andrew Marster's company. He was born and died at Manchester.
Isaac Allen, (1758-1841), served on sea and land. He was granted a pension for seventeen months as a soldier and eight months as a seaman on the schooner “Endeavor.”
Jacob Allen, (1721-1805), was among the patriots of Manchester, who marched at the alarm April 19, 1775, and served at Boston under Capt. John Baker and Capt. John Row.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 120
Mrs. Aurilla B. Fenton.
DAR ID Number: 14322
Born in New York.
Wife of James Fenton.
Descendant of Samuel Atkins, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Joseph Burton Scott and Abby Drake Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Rodolph Atkins and Wealthy Drake, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Atkins and Anna Jones, his wife.
Samuel Atkins, (1762-1812), entered the army at the age of fifteen and fought in many battles from Saratoga to Yorktown. He was born at Clearmont, N. H., and died at Buffalo, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 120
Miss Mabel A. Fenton.
DAR ID Number: 14323
Born in New York.
Descendant of Samuel Atkins.
Daughter of James Fenton and Aurilla Burton Scott, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Burton Scott and Abby Drake Atkins, his wife.
See No. 14322.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
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Mrs. Sara Winfield Terry.
DAR ID Number: 14340
Born in New York.
Wife of Edwin Terry.
Descendant of Crisparius Van Nostrand, of New Jersey; John Winfield and of John Winfield, Jr., of New York.
Daughter of Morgan Lewis Winfield and Bregje Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Winfield, Jr., and Jan Van Nostrand, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Crisparius Van Nostrand and Eva Frelinghuysen, (1751-1826), his wife, (sister of Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen.) John Winfield and Sara Kool, his wife.
[p.127] Crisparius Van Nostrand served as a minute man in the Somerset county, New Jersey, militia. He died in Ulster county, N. Y., 1828. His brothers, John Jacob and Matthew, also served in the Revolution.
John Winfield, Jr., (1764-1853), served as a soldier. He was a veteran at the banquet given at Kingston, 1832, to the survivors of the Revolution of Ulster county. He was born at New Paltz and died at Esopus.
John Winfield, (1727-98), signed the articles of Association at Hurley, Ulster county.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
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Miss Annie Rhoda Winfield.
DAR ID Number: 14341
Born in New York.
Descendant of Crisparius Van Nostrand and of John Winfield and John Winfield, Jr.
Daughter of Morgan Lewis Winfield and Bregje Atkins, his wife.
See No. 14340.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16
page 138
Mrs. Marguerite Rockwell Losey.
DAR ID Number: 155428
Born in Middletown, Conn.
Wife of Arthur S. Losey.
Descendant of Samuel Johnson, as follows:
1. Edwin Rockwell (1814-97) m. 2d 1852 Rosetta Burr (1828-1912).
2. Noadiah Rockwell (b. 1783) m. 1805 Esther Johnson.
3. Samuel Johnson m. Lucy Atkins.
Samuel Johnson (1754-93) served as drum major, 1777, in Col. Comfort Sage's 23rd regiment of militia. He was born and died in Middletown, Conn.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16
page 188
Mrs. Ryan Eleanor Mitchell Cameron.
DAR ID Number: 155590
Born in Atlanta, Ga.
Wife of John Cameron.
Descendant of Ica Atkins, as follows:
1. Charles Ryan Mitchell (b. 1861) m. 1883 Martha Gilbert Royal (b. 1866).
2. James Burwell Mitchell (1834-1911) m. 1860 Mary Orleans Ryan (1841-84).
3. John Vass Mitchell (1806-54) m. 1823 Janet Atkins (1806-71).
4. Ica Atkins, Jr. (1763-1832), m. Mary Gordon (1773-1836).
5. Ica Atkins m. Nancy Hutchins.
Ica Atkins served as private in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Curnberland County, N. C., where he was living in 1783.
Also No. 112821.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16
page 209
Mrs. Ruth Young Miller.
DAR ID Number: 155660
Born in Omaha, Nebraska.
Wife of Edward W. Miller.
Descendant of Corp. John Farnham, as follows:
1. Fletcher W. Young (b. 1853) m. 1876 Nellie Cozier (b. 1855).
2. Darius Cozier (1828-78) m. 1851 Rebecca Jane Barratt (1825-1902).
3. Daniel Barratt (b. 1799) m. 1821 Permelia Farnham (1805-91).
4. John Farnham m. 1799 Menda Atkins (b. 1779).
John Farnham (1763-1822) served as private and corporal in the New Hampshire line under Col. Thomas Stickney. He was born in New Hampshire; died in Clark County, Ohio.
Also No. 36649.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
page 59
Mrs. Laura Poweli. Mcdannold.
DAR ID Number: 16153
Born in Woodford County, Kentucky.
Wife of George W. McDannold.
Descendant of Jeremiah Wilson.
Daughter of Garland Webb Powell and Martha Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Bemis Atkins and Evalyne Wilson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Wilson and Rhoda Sutton, his wife.
Jeremiah Wilson, (1762-1834), enlisted as a private, 1778, in Capt. Valentine Peyton's company, Virginia Line. He received a pension; was born in Albemarle Co., Va., and died in Woodford Co., Ky.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
page 116
Mrs. Leontine M. Bradley Shinners.
DAR ID Number: 18306
Born in Meriden, Connecticut.
Widow of William Shinners.
Descendant of David Clark and of Capt. Amos Morris, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Elizur Bradley and Maria J. Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Atkins and Emily Clark, his wife; Elias Bradley and Elizabeth Woodward, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of David Clark and Abigail Hazelton, his wife; Stephen Woodward and Elizabeth Morris, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife.
David Clark, (1750-1813), enlisted as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Haddam and died in Berlin.
Also No. 2501.
Amos Morris, (1726-1801), was taken from his bed by the Tories and confined on a prison ship and with him was his son Amos. His salt and cider buildings were destroyed and his home burned. He was born and died in East Haven.
Also Nos. 7474, 9586, 11759.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
page 116
Miss Edith Bradley Shinners.
DAR ID Number: 18307
Born in Meriden, Connecticut.
Descendant of David Clark and of Capt. Amos Morris, of Connecticut.
Daughter of William Shinners and Leontine M. Bradley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elizur Bradley and Maria J. Atkins, his wife.
See No. 18306.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
page 303
Miss Kate M. Denison.
DAR ID Number: 18843
Born in Greene, New York.
Descendant of Deacon Joseph Atkins, Jr.
[p.303] Daughter of Jared Delancey Denison and Miranda Jane Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Charles D. Atkins and Missouri Briggs, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Asakel Atkins and Sarah Warner, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Atkins, Jr., and Phebe Hall, his wife.
Joseph Atkins, Jr., (1743-1820), served as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Middletown, Conn., and died in Chenango Co., N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20
page 97
[p.97] Mrs. Eliza Williamson Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 19257
Born in Kingston, Massachusetts.
Wife of Gamaleel P. Atkins.
Descendant of Judah Washburn and of Joshua Delano, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Alexander H. Washburn and Eliza D. Williamson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Washburn and Lucy Delano, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Judah Washburn and Priscilla Sampson, his wife; Joshua Delano and Mary Chandler (1744-1824), his wife, (m. 1766).
Judah Washburn, (1746-1824), enlisted in Capt. Eben Washburn's company, Col. Thomas Lothrop's regiment, 1776-7. He was born and died in Kingston.
Joshua Delano, (1745-1816), served as a private under Capt. Eben Washburn and Capt. Thomas Newcomb at the Rhode Island Alarms, 1777. He was born and died in Kingston, Mass.


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Mrs. Phebe Atkins Twichell Clark.
DAR ID Number: 19618
Born in Southington, Connecticut.
Wife of Lucas C. Clark.
Descendant of Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie and Elihu Carter, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Dwight Twichell and Jane Carter, his wife.
Granddaughter of Hopkins Carter and Phila Frisbie, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Carter and Sarah Hopkins, his wife; Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie and Thankful Moss, his wife.
Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie, (1761-1845), enlisted in the militia and was placed on the pension roll, 1732, for service of a private. He died in Southington.
Also Nos. 5283, 7010, 10312.
Elihu Carter, (1759-1844), enlisted 1778 for three years as an artificer in Jeduthan Baldwin's regiment. He received a pension at seventy-three for service of private in the Connecticut Continental Line.
Also No. 5284.


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Mrs. Lanette O. W. Hemingway.
DAR ID Number: 19622
Born in Southington, Connecticut.
Wife of John Hemingway.
Descendant of Josiah Cowles and of Benona Atkins, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Ard Woodruff and Orpha Cowles, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Washington Cowles (1775-1828) and Amy Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Cowles and Mary Scott, his second wife (m. 1748); Benona Atkins and Sarah Hitchcock, his wife.
[p.233] Josiah Cowles, (1716-93), served on war committees of Southington where he died.
Also Nos. 16890, 17454.
Benona Atkins, (1748-1817), of Southington, served as a private in Capt. Joel Clark's company, Eighth Regiment of Connecticut militia.


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Miss Edith May Leeds.
DAR ID Number: 19799
Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Isaiah Faxon and of Samuel Leeds, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Charles Leeds and Annie M. Cleveland, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Leeds and Mary Smith, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Leeds, Jr., and Martha Faxon, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaiah Faxon and Catherine Fitz Gerald, his wife; Samuel Leeds and Ann Atkins, his wife.
Isaiah Faxon, (1734-1810), served as a private under different commands in the Massachusetts militia.
Samuel Leeds, (1735-78), served in the defense of Dorchester, where he was born and died.


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Mrs. Sarah Turner Parker.
DAR ID Number: 20032
Born in Geneva, Ohio.
Widow of Nathan Howe Parker.
Descendant of John Wright, Jr., of Connecticut.
Daughter of George Turner and Emily Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Quintus Flaminius Atkins and Sarah Wright (1784-1843), his wife, m. 1804.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Wright, Jr., and Sarah Case, his second wife.
John Wright, Jr., (1743-1825), served under different commands in the Connecticut Line throughout the Revolution. He was born in Litchfield county, Conn.; died in Summit county, Ohio.
Also No. 15237.


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Mrs. Mary Atkins Hilbish.
DAR ID Number: 20060
Born in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Wife of William Keller Hilbish.
Descendant of Otis Ensign.
Daughter of George D. Atkins and Mary Ann Ensign, his wife.
Granddaughter of Otis Ensign, Jr., and Polly Pooler, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Otis Ensign and Mary Patrick, his wife.
Otis Ensign, (1762-1855), at the age of sixteen, lost his father at the massacre of Wyoming. He enlisted in the militia and was placed on the pension roll of Chautauqua county, N. Y., at the age of seventy for two years' actual service of a private with the Connecticut troops. He was born in New Hartford, Conn., died in Sheridan, N. Y.


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Mrs. Sarah Atkins Todd.
DAR ID Number: 20063
Born in Niagara, Ontario.
Wife of William Watkinson Todd.
Descendant of Otis Ensign.
Daughter of George D. Atkins and Mary Ann Ensign, his wife.
See No. 20060.


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Mrs. Alice Atkins Brooks.
DAR ID Number: 20197
Born in Torrington, Connecticut.
Wife of John Norton Brooks.
Descendant of David Clark, of Connecticut.
Daughter of George H. Atkins and Mary E. Glazier, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry G. Atkins and Mary A. Evans, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Atkins (b. 1783) and Emily Clark (b. 1791), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Clark and Abigail Hazelton (b. 1751), his wife.
David Clark, (1750-1813), served as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Haddam; died in Berlin.
Also Nos. 2501, 18306.


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Mrs. Ellen Matthews Etheridge.
DAR ID Number: 20787
Born in Plymouth, Connecticut.
Wife of Frank W. Etheridge.
Descendant of Ens. Aaron Matthews, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Daniel Matthews and Eunice L. Wood, his wife.
Granddaughter of Randall Matthews and Amelia Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Matthews and Mamie Catlin, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Matthews and Huldah Frisbie, his wife.
Aaron Matthews, (1721-1806), served as sergeant at the siege of Boston and was promoted ensign under Capt. David Smith. He was born in Cheshire; died in Plymouth, Conn.
Also No. 10888.


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Miss Martha Murphey.
DAR ID Number: 21706
Born in Albany, New York.
Descendant of Corp. Daniel Murphey and of Jonas Coolidge.
Daughter of Elijah Warriner Murphey and Helen Amelia Hulburt, his wife.
Granddaughter of Coolidge Bliss Murphey and Mary Ann Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Murphey and Elizabeth Bliss, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Murphey and Elizabeth Knowlton, his wife; Justin Bliss and Elizabeth Coolidge, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Coolidge and Ann Harrington, his wife.
Daniel Murphey, (1744-1808), served as corporal in Capt. Isaac Colton's company, Col. David Brewer's regiment. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass.
Jonas Coolidge, (1744-76), turned out from Watertown at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Samuel Barnard's company. He served in the Massachusetts militia in the Northern campaign and died, 1776, of camp fever at Ticonderoga.
Also No. 7414.


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Mrs. Mary E. Dyar.
DAR ID Number: 22167
Born in Truro, Massachusetts.
Wife of Emerson D. Dyar.
Descendant of Israel Lombard, Israel Gross and Lieut. Benjamin Hinckley, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Joshua Hinckley Davis and Anna Gross Lombard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Lombard (1786-1819) and Elizabeth Gross, his wife; Ebenezer Davis and Azubah Hinckley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Lombard and Jemima Atkins, his wife, m. 1770; Joazoniah Gross, Jr., and Anna Lombard, his wife; Benjamin Hinkley and Diah Swett, his wife, m. 1769.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joazoniah Gross and Sarah Snow, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Gross and Elizabeth Rich (1713-1761), his wife, m. 1740.
Israel Lombard, (1746-1823), served as a private in the Barnstable county militia stationed at Truro, 1776.
Israel Gross, (1718-1824), served as selectman in the Provincial Congress from Truro, Mass.
Benjamin Hinckley, (1743-1824), served as lieutenant in Capt. Reuben Higgin's company of Barnstable county militia.


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Mrs. Adelaide N. Abbott.
DAR ID Number: 23946
Born in Sidney, Maine.
Descendant of Samuel Tiffany, of Maine.
Daughter of Howard Winslow Atkins and Nancy Hoxie, his wife.
Granddaughter of Silas Hoxie and Polly Tiffany, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Tiffany and Hannah Balkam, his wife.
Samuel Tiffany served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died 1817, in Sidney, Maine.


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Mrs. Mary A. Peirce Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 23992
Born in Medford, Massachusetts.
Wife of William G. Taylor.
Descendant of Solomon Peirce and of Thomas Hodge.
Daughter of James Everett Peirce and Rebecca Almira Dow, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Peirce and Mary A. Sawyer, his wife; Avery Atkins Dow and Lucinda Jane Hodge, his wife.
[p.347] Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Peirce and Sophia Stedman, his wife; Samuel Hodge and Clarissa Homan, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Peirce and Amity Fessenden, his wife; Thomas Hodge and Lucy Webber, his wife.
Solomon Peirce, (1742-1821), was a minute man at the battle of Lexington, where he was wounded. He was born in Lexington; died in Arlington, Mass.
Thomas Hodge, (1758-1840), was placed on the pension roll of Grafton Co., N. H., 1818, for service of private, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Chatham, Conn.; died in Rumney, N. H.


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Mrs. Mary E. Mckenzie.
DAR ID Number: 25650
Born in Bristol, Connecticut.
Wife of T. H. McKenzie.
[p.239] Descendant of David Frost.
Daughter of Roswell A. Neal and Eunice Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elisha Neal and Naomi Frost, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of David Frost, Jr., and Mary Ann Hitchcock, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Frost and Mary Beach, his wife.
David Frost, (1743-1812), enlisted in the Conn. militia, 1778, in Capt. Ezekiel Olcott's company, and served under Brig. Gen. John Tyler in the Rhode Island campaign. He died in Wolcott, Conn.


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Mrs. Betsey A. Sanford Haviland.
DAR ID Number: 27467
Born in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Widow of Barnes H. Haviland.
Descendant of Daniel Clark, of Connecticut.
[p.174] Daughter of Abel Curtiss Sanford and Hepsey E. Judd, his wife, m. 1829.
Granddaughter of Thomas Judd and Betsey Clark, his wife, m. 1800.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Clark and Lydia Atkins, his wife, m. 1779.
Daniel Clark served in the Connecticut Line. He was born in Waterbury, 1748.


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Mrs. Emily Cummings Redding.
DAR ID Number: 28316
Born in Forest City, Arkansas.
Wife of Hon. Sidney B. Redding.
Descendant of James Haynes, of Virginia and Tennessee.
Daughter of Dr. John B. Cummings and Fannie Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of George N. Atkins and Mary Hudgins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Medley Hudgins and Fannie Haynes, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Haynes and Sallie Haynes, his wife.
James Haynes was placed on the pension roll of Henry county, Tennessee, 1832, for service of private in the Virginia Line. He was born, 1760, in Virginia.



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Mrs. Nella E. Hasler Southworth.
DAR ID Number: 28535
Born in Flint, Michigan.
Wife of Don Southworth.
Descendant of William Britton.
Daughter of George Hasler and Mary Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Atkins and Mary Whipple, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Atkins and Lydia Hasler, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hasler and Betsy Britton, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Britton.
William Britton, (1754-1844), was placed on the pension roll of New York, 1819, for six years actual service of private in the Massachusetts Line. He was at the surrender of Burgoyne and Cornwallis. He died in Atlas, Michigan.


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Miss Rachel Flora Wheeler.
DAR ID Number: 29618
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Descenadnt of Capt. William Knox and of Capt. William Knox, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Nelson Platt Wheeler and Rachel Anne Wheeler, his wife.
Granddaughter of William F. Wheeler and Flora Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Wheeler and Eleanor Knox, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Knox, Jr. and Submit Black, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Knox and Isabel Ferguson, his wife.
William Knox, (1722-1802), who had fought in the early wars, served on the Committee of Safety and was delegate to the Provincial Congress. He was born in Blanford, Mass.; died there.
William Knox, Jr., (1750-1815), commanded a company in Col. John Moseley's regiment of Hampshire county militia, which served at Ticonderoga and at various alarms.
Also No. 9911, 10040, 24848.


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Mrs. Anna Winifred Blanchard.
DAR ID Number: 29914
Born in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Wife of Edward Richmond Blanchard.
[p.327] Descendant of Reuben Putnam, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Silas Atkins Quincy and Hannah Holbrook Putnam, his wife.
Granddaughter of Mason Putnam and Alona Holbrook, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Putnam and Elizabeth Mason, his wife.
Reuben Putnam, (1757-97), enlisted, 1778, in Capt. Nathaniel Clap's company, Col. Benjamin Hawes's regiment, 1778. He was born in Sutton, Mass., and died there.


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Miss Julia Frances Karner.
DAR ID Number: 30512
Born in Athens, Pennsylvania.
Descendant of Benoni Atkins, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Horace Karner and Azubah Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Asabel Atkins and Sarah Neal, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benoni Atkins and Sarah Hitchcock, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Luther Atkins (1718-88) and Eunice Andrews, his wife, m. 1743.
Benoni Atkins, (1748-1817), enlisted from Southington and served as a private in Capt. Joel Clark's company, Eighth regiment of Connecticut militia.
Also No. 19622.


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[p.179] Mrs. Lydia Minerva Karner Park.
DAR ID Number: 30513
Born in Litchfield, Pennsylvania.
Widow of Dana Fish Park.
Descendant of Benoni Atkins.
Daughter of Horace Karner and Azuba Atkins, his wife.
See No. 30512.


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Mrs. Emma L. Atkins Davis.
DAR ID Number: 30733
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Wife of Edward Davis.
Descendant of Lieut. Abijah Brigham, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Elias Cornelius Atkins and Sarah Frances Parker, his wife.
Granddaughter of Addison Parker and Eunice Brigham, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Brigham and Rebecca Haines, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Brigham and Eunice Willis, his wife.
Abijah Brigham, (1737-1814), was a minute man at the Lexington alarm. In 1776 he served under Capt. Asahel Wheeler and 1779 under Capt. Amasa Cranston. He was born in Sudbury, Mass., where he died.
Also Nos. 2364, 10254.


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Mrs. Sarah Frances Atkins Kackley.
DAR ID Number: 30734
Born in Atlanta, Idaho.
Wife of Thomas Kackley.
Descendant of Abijah Brigham.
Daughter of Elias Cornelius Atkins and Sarah Frances Parker, his wife.
See No. 30733.


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Mrs. Carra Atkins Gates Wadhams.
DAR ID Number: 30736
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Wife of Sanford H. Wadhams.
Descendant of Abijah Brigham, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Elias C. Atkins and Sarah F. Parker, his wife.
See No. 30733.


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Mrs. Roberta E. Stow Preston.
DAR ID Number: 32776
Born in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Wife of Sherwood O. Preston.
Descendant of Eliakim Hall, William Ward and Joseph Blakeslee, all of Connecticut.
Daughter of William Washington Stow and Viney Hall, (b. 1822), his wife.
Granddaughter of Warren Pierce Stow and Elizabeth Ward, his wife; Nathan Hall, (1788-1841) and Polly Andrews, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Obed Stow and Anna Miller, his wife; David Ward and Rhoda Coe, his wife; Hezekiah Hall, (1743-1815) and Elizabeth Merriman, his wife, m. 1769; Nathaniel Andrews and Lois Blakeslee, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Ward and Lydia Atkins, his wife; Eliakim Hall and Ruth Dickerman, his 1st wife, m. 1734; Joseph Blakeslee and Lois Ives, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Ward and Martha Bow, his wife.
Eliakim Hall, (1711-94), gave civil service in the Revolution. He was born in Wallingford, Conn., where he died.
William Ward, (1720-86), served on committees to provide [p.264] necessities for revolutionary soldiers, 1777-79. He was born in Middletown, Conn., where he died.
Joseph Blakeslee, (1732-95), gave material aid to the cause and his son Joseph scrved as a soldier.



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[p.149] Mrs. Jessie Atkins Moore Simmons.
DAR ID Number: 35402
Born in St. Louis, Missouri.
Wife of Roger Edgar Simmons.
Descendant of William Grant.
Daughter of William Grant Moore and Etolia Levis, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Grant Moore and Sarah McConnell, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Whiting Moore and Mary Grant, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Grant, Jr. and Sarah Mosby, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Grant and Elizabeth Boone (1733-1814), his wife.
William Grant, (1720-1804), was among the Virginians who emigrated to Kentucky 1779 and built a fort at Bryan Station. With his brother-in-law Daniel Boone, he was a leading spirit in the warfare against the Indians. He died in Fayette county, Ky.
Also No. 11909.


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[p.309] Mrs. Mary Louise Reed.
DAR ID Number: 35844
Born in Richmond, Maine.
Wife of William Gardner Reed.
Descendant of Joseph Hagar, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Marshall Spring Hagar and Sarah Breck, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dr. Uriah Hagar and Jane Atkins, his wife, m. 1803.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hagar, Jr. and Lois Fiske, his wife, m. 1764.
Joseph Hagar, Jr., (1736-76), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Waltham, where he was born and died.


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Mrs. Ella Louise Barratt Robertson.
DAR ID Number: 36649
Born in Earlville, Illinois.
Wife of Leopold Robertson.
Descendant of Corp. John Farnham.
Daughter of Berkeley G. Barratt and Emily L. Jones, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Barratt and Permelia Farnham, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Farnham and Menda Atkins, his wife.
John Farnham, (1763-1822), served as corporal in the New Hampshire line under Col. Thomas Stickney. He died in Clark Co., Ohio.


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Mrs. Lucretia Augusta Rockwell Scott.
DAR ID Number: 38386
Born in Middletown, Connecticut.
Wife of Orrin Scott.
Descendant of Samuel Johnson, Jr., of Connecticut.
Daughter of William Augustus Rockwell and Esther Bidwell, his wife.
[p.142] Granddaughter of Noadiah Rockwell, Jr., and Esther Johnson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Johnson, Jr., and Lucy Atkins, his wife.
Samuel Johnson, Jr., (1754-93), served as drummer, 1775, and as drum major in the twenty-third regiment of militia, 1777. His commission signed by Col. Comfort Sage is in possession of the applicant. He was born in Middletown.


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Mrs. Amanda E. Berry Crane.
DAR ID Number: 38810
Born in Machias, Maine.
Wife of Leander Hancock Crane.
Descendant of Jonathan Berry and of Samuel Maddocks.
Daughter of Thomas Willard Berry and Susan Frances Maddocks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Atkins Berry and Sarah Hastay, his wife; Samuel Maddocks, Jr., and Hannah Libby, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Berry and Hannah Knight, his wife; Samuel Maddocks and Rebecca Clements, his wife.
Jonathan Berry, (1757-1835), served as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Scarboro; died in Marshfield, Maine.
[p.298] Samuel Maddocks, (1762-1855), enlisted 1781 for three years under Capt. Job Sumner, Col. John Greaton and was honorably discharged at West Point. He applied for a pension 1818 at Ellsworth, Maine and it was allowed for service as private, Massachusetts line.


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Mrs. Hallie Milburn Atkins Dunklin.
DAR ID Number: 40760
Born in Brazonia, Texas.
Wife of Dr. William Worthin Dunklin.
Descendant of Col. Alexander McAllister.
Daughter of Benjamin Atkins and Elizabeth Milburn, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Atkins and Isabella McNiel (b. 1787), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Malcolm McNeill and Janet McAllister, his wife, m. 1771.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Alexander McAllister and Flora McNeill, his 2nd wife.
Alexander McAllister, (1715-1800), was colonel of Cumberland county militia and member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Scotland.


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Mrs. Florida Farrar Tignor.
DAR ID Number: 41654
Born in Palmyra, Virginia.
Wife of Thomas J. Tignor.
Descendant of Nathaniel Dickinson, of Virginia.
Daughter of David Shepherd Farrar (1825-67) and Patsy Quarles Atkins, his wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Joseph Atkins and Mary Mills Dickinson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Dickinson and Ann Quarles, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Dickinson and Elizabeth, his wife.
Nathaniel Dickinson belonged to a family of patriots. He served in the militia of Spottsylvania County where in 1775 he died.


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Mrs. Kate Shakespeare Tucker Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 42043
Born in Dover, Delaware.
Wife of William J. Atkins.
Descendant of Dr. Nathaniel Luff, of Delaware.
Daughter of Joseph I. Tucker and M. Louisa Warren, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathaniel L. Warren and Margaret Bon Will, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Warren and Susan Luff, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Luff and Elizabeth Fisher, his 1st wife.
Nathaniel Luff, (1756-1806), entered the service as assistant surgeon, promoted first surgeon 1776 in Col. Hugh Lloyd's battalion. He was at the battle of Trenton. He was born and died in Kent Co., Del.


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Mrs. Suemma Vajen Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 42265
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Wife of William Avery Atkins.
Descendant of Michael Downing.
Daughter of John H. Vajen and Sallie Downing, his wife.
Granddaughter of Michael A. Downing and Susan L. Duncan, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Downing (1805-62) and Perunia Mundam (1810-44), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Downing and Mary Ann Wells, his wife.
Michael Downing enlisted at the close of the war in the Virginia militia. He died 1852 in Mount Sydney, Ind.
Also Nos. 11096, 19747.


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Mrs. Annie Lombard Dyar Byard.
DAR ID Number: 42351
Born in Eyota, Minnesota.
Wife of Lee Brooks Byard.
Descendant of Israel Lombard, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Emerson Dudley Dyar and Mary Eleanor Davis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joshua Hinckley Davis and Anna Gross Lombard, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lombard (1786-1819) and Elizabeth Gross, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Israel Lombard and Jemima Atkins, his wife, m. 1770.
Israel Lombard, (1746-1823), served as a private in the Barnstable County militia 1776 under Capt. Joseph Smith.
Also No. 22167.


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Mrs. Frances Louise Mayes.
DAR ID Number: 42688
Born in Sumter county, South Carolina.
Wife of Francis J. Mayes.
Descendant of Lieut. Hector McNeill and of Joseph Gregg, of South Carolina.
Daughter of William Samuel Hudson and Mary Elizabeth McNeill, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Hudson (1786-1861) and Margaret Gregg (1787-1828), his wife, m. 1812; William Campbell McNeill (1801-72) and Katherine McMillan (1807-72), his wife.
[p.259] Gr.-granddaughter of Hector McNeill and Ayles McNeill, his second wife, m. 1791; Joseph Gregg and Miss Atkins, his wife.
Hector McNeill, (1756-1830), served as scout and rose to the rank of lieutenant. He died in Marion Co., S. C.
Joseph Gregg, (1740-1822), was a loyal whig and a patriot of Marion Co., where he died.


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Mrs. Caroline Mann Faulkner.
DAR ID Number: 43228
Born in Binghamton, New York.
Wife of Charles Faulkner.
Descendant of George Werner, Jr., of New York.
Daughter of Charles E. Mann and Marion B. Randall, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Mann and Elizabeth Atkins, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Mann and Lana Werner, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Werner, Jr., and Hannah Ballinger (1764-1817), his wife, m. 1784.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Werner and Lana Mattice, his wife.
George Werner, Jr., (1757-1844), was engaged at Cobbleskill 1778 and detailed as a spy to watch the movements of the Tories. He was captured 1782 and suffered great hardship two years in his captivity at Niagara. He was born and died in Warnerville, N. Y.
Also No. 27756.


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Mrs. Florence Eddy Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 53388
Born in Waterbury, Vermont.
Wife of Fred E. Atkins.
Descendant of Joseph Ayers and of James Eddy.
Daughter of Sanford Eddy and Melissa A. Ayers, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jasper Ayers and Melissa Green, his wife; Hiram Eddy and Harmena Berry, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ayers and Lydia Knight, his wife; James Eddy and Lydia Ross, his wife.
Joseph Ayers, (1756-1843), served several enlistments as gunner, Massachusetts line. The last was on the expedition to Penobscot 1779. In 1832 was placed on the pension roll of Bristol Co., Mass. He was born in Weymouth, Mass.; died in Duxbury, Vt.
James Eddy, (1764-1841, applied for a pension 1832 and it was allowed for service as private, Vermont line. He was born in Scituate, R. I.; died in Wallingford, Vt.


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Mrs. Florence Eugenie Hodgkins.
DAR ID Number: 43941
Born in Lowell, Michigan.
Wife of G. N. Hodgkins.
[p.354] Descendant of Samuel Atkins, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Lawrence William Atkins and Elizabeth A. Caulfield, his wife.
Granddaughter of Washington Lafayette Atkins and Sara Aune Bryan.
Gr.-granddaughter of Horace Atkins and Lucia Olive, (Atkins) his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Atkins and Anna Jones, his wife (parents of Lucia.
Samuel Atkins, (1762-1812), entered the army at fifteen, and fought in many battles from Saratoga to Yorktown. He was born in Claremont, N. H.; died in Buffalo, N. Y.
Also No. 14322.


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[p.72] Mrs. Helen Frisbie Clark Brown.
DAR ID Number: 44177
Born in Southampton, Conn.
Wife of Franklin G. Brown.
Descendant of Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie and of Elihu Carter of Conn.
Daughter of Lucas Carter Clark and Phebe Atkins Twichell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dwight Twichell and Jane Carter, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Hopkins Carter and Phila Frisbie, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elihu Carter and Sarah Hopkins, his 2nd wife; Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie and Thankful Moss, his wife.
Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie (1761-1845) enlisted in the militia and was placed on the pension roll 1832 for service as private. He died in Southington.
Elihu Carter (1759-1844) enlisted 1778 for three years as an artificer in Jeduthan Baldwin's regiment. He received a pension 1832 for service as private, Conn. Continental line.
Also Nos. 5283, 7010, 10312, 19618, 20174.


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Miss Eunice Josephine Mckenzie.
DAR ID Number: 44180
Born in Southington, Conn.
[p.74] Descendant of David Frost of Connecticut.
Daughter of Theodore Hall Mac Kenzie and Mary E. Neal, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rosewell A. Neal and Eunice Atkins, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Neal and Naomi Frost, his wfie.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Frost, Jr. and Mary Ann Hitchcock, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Frost and Mary Beach, his wife.
David Frost (1743-1812) enlisted in the Connecticut militia 1778 in Capt. Ezekial Olcott's company and served under Brig. Gen. John Tyler in the Rhode Island Campaign. He died in Wolcott, Conn.
Also No. 25650.


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Mrs. Katharine Livingston Andrew Rowe.
DAR ID Number: 46234
Born in Indianapolis, Ind.
Wife of Edgar C. Rowe.
Descendant of Dr. John Andrew and of Maj. Samuel Clark.
Daughter of Thomas M. Andrew and Lida Atkins, his wife.
[p.109] Granddaughter of Jesse Andrew and Sarah Warwick Nichol, his wife; Joseph Atkins and Loretta Hooper, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Andrew and Elizabeth McConnell, his wife; Pontius Hooper and Lydia Clark, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Clark and Elizabeth Fowler, his wife.
John Andrew (1745-1814) was surgeon's mate and surgeon of New Jersey militia 1776. He was at the surrender of Cornwallis and served to the close of the war. He was born in New Jersey; died in Hamilton County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 2566, 5215, 6361, 14836, 24608, 26486.
Samuel Clark (1741-1823) signed the Association Pledge 1775, as did his father James, and his brothers Daniel, Louis and Jehiel. He served as lieutenant, captain and major in the revolution and these commissions are in the family. He was born in Westchester County; died in Saratoga County, N. Y.
Also Nos. 3712, 6511, 7221, 9999, 14519, 19469, 20568, 25417, 27530, 34609.


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Mrs. Alice Emma Dyar Russell.
DAR ID Number: 46362
Born in Eyota, Minn.
Wife of Bert Russell.
Descendant of Israel Lombard.
Daughter of Emerson Dudley Dyar and Mary Eleanor Davis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joshua Hinckley Davis and Anna Gross Lombard, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Lombard and Elizabeth Gross, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Israel Lombard and Jcmima Atkins, his wife.
Israel Lombard (1743-1826) served as a private in the Barnstable County militia 1776 under Capt. Joseph Smith.
Also Nos. 22167, 42351.


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Mrs. Ophelia Atkins Bostwick Mueller.
DAR ID Number: 47123
Born in Oberlin, Ohio.
Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Atkins.
Daughter of Francis Liston Bostwick and Helen Haynes, his wife.
Granddaughter of Manly Bostwick and Ophelia Atkins, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Quintus Flaminius Atkins and Sarah Wright, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Atkins and Mary Gillett, his 2d wife.
Josiah Atkins (1757-1828) was a soldier in Capt. James Arnold's company, Col. David Wooster's regiment 1775, and served several enlistments during the war. He was born at Middletown, Conn., and was a pensioner in Conneaut, Ohio, where he died.
Also No. 15237.


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[p.337] Miss Mary Alice Frye.
DAR ID Number: 47718
Born in Boston, Mass.
Descendant of Col. Dummer Sewall, Col. James Frye, Samuel Frye, Nathan Chandler, 1st; Nathan Chandler, 2nd; Nathan Chandler, 3rd; Zebediah Chandler, Major Seth Sumner, Davis Sumner, Samuel Leeds, Samuel Leeds, Jr.; Jonas Whitney, Lieut. Salmon Whitney, Isaiah Faxon, Capt. Jonathan Straw, Andrew Tewksbury, David Morse, James Buzzell, Jonathan Raymond, Lieut. Moses Harriman, Benjamin Williams, Benjamin Leach and Benjamin Leach, Jr.
Daughter of Bailey Frye and Alice Eliza Whitney, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Straw Frye and Harriet Morse, his wife; Alfred Whitney and Elizabeth H. Leeds, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Amos Frye (b. 1775) and Laura Straw, his wife; Salmon Whitney, Jr. (1788-1882), and Eliza Sumner, his 1st wife; Samuel Leeds (b. 1793) and Eliza Tewksbury (b. 1795), his wife, m. 1818; Edmund Morse (b. 1788) and Rebecca Leach (1793-1844), his 1st wife. m. 1818.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Theophilus Frye (1753-1830) and Fanny Chandler (b. 1781), his wife, m. 1802; Samuel Leed, Jr., and Martha Faxon (1771-1844), his wife, m. 1790; Salmon Whitney (1760-1844) and Hepzibah Raymond (1761-1850), his wife; Davis Sumner and Lydia Sewall, his wife; James Straw and Mary Buzzell, his wife; Andrew Tewksbury and Mary (Polly) Williams, his wife; David Morse and Abigail Bailey, his wife, m. 1770; Benjamin Leach, Jr., and Abigail Harriman, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Frye and Elizabeth (Frye) (b. 1735), his wife, m. 1753 (cousins); Jonas Whitney and Zebudah Davis (1728-1806), his wife, m. 1750; Zebadiah Chandler and Lucy (Chandler) (b. 1758), his wife, m. 1774; Seth Sumner and Elizabeth Davis, his wife; Samuel Leeds and Ann Atkins, his wife; Isaiah Faxon and Catherine Fitzgerald (1735-1826), his wife, m. 1757; Jonathan Straw and Mary Carr, his wife; James Buzzell and Abigail Clough, his wife; Jonathan Raymond and Susannah White (1735-1825), his wife, m. 1756; Moses Harriman and Jane Hale, his wife; Benjamin Williams and Elizabeth [p.338] Boyleston, his wife; Benjamin Leach and Mary Rogers, his wife; Dummer Sewall and Mary (Jenny) Dunning, his wife; Nathan Chandler 3rd and Lucy Ballard, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Frye and Elizabeth Osgood, his wife (parents of Elizabeth); Nathan Chandler 2nd and Phebe Abbot, his wife, m. 1754 (parents of Nathan 3rd and Lucy); Samuel Leeds and Thankful Bird, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathan Chandler 1st and Priscilla Holt, his wife, m. 1729.
Dummer Sewall (1737-1833) served as colonel and as muster master of the District of Maine. He was born in York, Maine; died in Bath.
Also Nos. 550, 29346, 32335.
James Frye (1710-76) commanded a regiment from Essex County at Bunker Hill, where he was wounded. He was born and died in Andover, Mass.
Also Nos. 37405, 41855, 43020.
Samuel Frye (1729-1819) served as a private in Capt. Joshua Holt's 4th Andover company, which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Andover, Mass.
Also No. 33970.
Nathan Chandler, 1st (1708-84), was a member of the Committee of Safety 1774.
Nathan Chandler, 2nd (1730-86), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Andover, where he was born and died.
Nathan Chandler, 3rd (1756-1837), served several enlistments as a private in the Massachusetts militia.
Also Nos. 19659, 36403.
Zebediah Chandler (1752-1835) marched in response to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Joshua Holt's 4th Andover company. He was born and died in Andover.
Seth Sumner (1735-1814) was lieutenant in Capt. Ebenezer Withington's company at the Lexington Alarm and captain under Col. Benjamin Gill in the Rhode Island campaign and Castle Island. In 1778 he had risen to the rank of major and in 1783 was delegate to the General Assembly. He was born and died in Milton, Mass.
Also No. 4026.
[p.339] Davis Sumner (1761-1826) was a drummer in Capt. Seth Sumner's company, Col. Benjamin Gill's regiment, Rhode Island service. He was born in Milton, Mass.
Samuel Leeds (1709-78) served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Dorchester, where he was born and died.
Samuel Leeds, Jr. (1735-1814) served in the defense of Dorchester, where he was born and died.
Isaiah Faxon (1734-1810) served as a private under different commands in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Braintree; died in Boston.
Also No. 19799.
Salmon Whitney (1760-1844) enlisted in the call for troops and 1780 was lieutenant under Capt. William Scott. He was born in Harvard, Mass., where he died, and in the cemetery is an interesting tablet as a memorial.
Jonas Whitney (1727-91) served as a private in Capt. William Thurlow's company, Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment, Rhode Island service 1778. He was born and died in Harvard, Mass.
Jonathan Straw (1725-91), who had served in the early wars, commanded a company of New Hampshire militia 1775. He was born in Salisbury, Mass.; died in Hopkinton, N. H.
Also Nos. 22738, 34242.
Andrew Tewksbury (1763-1846) served as a guard at Pullin Point, Chelsea, by order of Capt. Samuel Sprague 1775. He was born and died in Chelsea, Mass.
David Morse (1746-1801) served as a private in Capt. Ebenezer Colby's company of militia, Col. Johnson's regiment, which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Newbury, Mass.
James Buzzell (1735-1800) was a private in Capt. John Hill's company, Col. Joshua Wingate's regiment to guard Piscataqua Harbor. He was born in Kingston, N. H.; died in Hopkinton.
[p.340] Jonathan Raymond (1735-83) was a private in Capt. Elisha Jackson's company and marched from Westminster to re-enforce the northern army. He was born in Lexington; died in Westminster, Mass.
Also Nos. 11457, 45347.
Moses Harriman (1737-84) served as ensign and lieutenant in Capt. John Savory's company of minute men, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Bradford, Mass.
Benjamin Williams (1730-1802) was a private in Capt. Samuel Holden's company, Col. Ebenezer Thayer's Suffolk County regiment, 1780 to re-enforce the Continental army. He was born in Roxbury, Mass.
Benjamin Leach (1735-76) served 1775 in Capt. Eliphalet Daniel's company at Fort Sullivan.
Benjamin Leach, Jr. (1760-1840), was a private in Capt. Caleb Robinson's company, Col. Nathan Hale's regiment, raised in New Hampshire for Continental service. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Bradford. He was born in Kingston, N. H.; died in Haverhill, Mass.


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Miss Lulu F. Nash.
DAR ID Number: 47743
Born in Chelsea, Mass.
Descendant of Corp. Charles Willis.
Daughter of Silas Atkins Nash and Charlotte Eaton Willis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Charles Willis, Jr., and Eliza Eaton, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Charles Willis and Nancy Hewes, his wife.
Charles Willis (1753-1831) served as corporal 1778 in Capt. John Hinckley's company, Lieut. Col. Symms' regiment for guard duty around Boston. He was born and died in Boston.


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[p.14] Mrs. Alla Halcyone Doughty Smith.
DAR ID Number: 48027
Born in New York, N. Y.
Wife of Charles Smith.
Descendant of Philip Hart, Edward Howard, Benjamin Atkins, Jr., and Rev. Ephraim Booth.
Daughter of Thompson Hart Doughty and Alla Britt (b. 1841), his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Gale Doughty and Jane Rebecca Hart (1818-69), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Richard Philip Hart and Betsey Amelia Howard, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Philip Hart and Susannah Akins, his wife; William Howard and Rebecca French White, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Howard and Phebe Hart, his wife; Benjamin Akins, Jr., and Mary Allen, his wife; Joseph M. White and Rachel Booth (b. 1741), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Booth and Sarah Fairchild, his 1st wife.
Philip Hart (1749-1837) signed the Association Test of Dutchess County, N. Y., 1775. He was a soldier but was granted a furlough to manufacture clothing for the army. He was born in Little Compton, R. I.; died in Hartsville, N. Y.
Also Nos. 17143, 19980, 34631.
Edward Howard (1724-1801) served in the Dutchess County militia, Associated Exempts, Col. Zephaniah Platt's regiment, Capt. Thomas Lee's company. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Pawling, N. Y.
Benjamin Akins, Jr. (1714-1800), was a private in the 6th Dutchess County regiment of militia. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Dutchess County, N. Y.
Ephraim Booth (1717-96) served in the militia gathered, hurriedly to defend Danbury against Tryon's raid 1777. He was born in Stratford, Conn.; died in Danbury.


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Miss Nettie C. Smith.
DAR ID Number: 48320
Born in Cheshire, Conn.
Descendant of Corp. Lemuel Alling, Stephen Judd, and Daniel Clark.
Daughter of Alonzo E. Smith and Mary A. Simons, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Orson B. Smith and Lydia A. Judd, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Smith and Loraine Alling, his wife; Thomas Judd and Betsey Clark, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Alling and Phebe Peck, his wife; Stephen Judd and Sally Russell, his wife; Daniel Clark and Lydia Atkins, his wife.
Lemuel Alling (1746-1809) enlisted 1776 as corporal in Captain Sergeant's company, Major Backus' regiment of Light Horse. He was born in Hamden, N. H.; died in Naugatuck, Conn.
Stephen Judd (1751-1820) was a soldier in the 5th company, First Regiment, at the siege of Boston. He enlisted 1777 and served three years in the Eighth militia regiment.
Also No. 6256.
Daniel Clark (1748-1832) served in the Connecticut line. He was born 1748 in Waterbury, Conn.
Also No. 27467.


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Mrs. Jennie Cowles Stow.
DAR ID Number: 48321
Born in Meriden, Conn.
Wife of Frederick Stow.
Descendant of Josiah Cowles, Corp. Jonathan Burr, and Benoni Atkins of Connecticut.
[p.153] Daughter of Burdette Elihu Cowles and Susan Burr Carter, his wife.
Granddaughter of Timothy Cowles and Hila Throp, his wife; Albert Carter and Betsey Wilcox Burr, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of George Washington Cowles (1775-1828) and Amy Atkins, his wife; Daniel Burr and Betsey Wilcox, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Cowles and Mary Scott, his 2nd wife. Jonathan Burr and Lydia Bailey, his wife; Benoni Atkins and Sarah Hitchcock, his wife.
Josiah Cowles (1716-93) served on war committees of Southington, where he died.
Also Nos. 16890, 17454.
Benoni Atkins (1748-1817), of Southington, served as a private in Capt. Joel Clark's company, Eighth regiment of Connecticut militia.
Also No. 19622.
Jonathan Burr (1756-1804) served as corporal in Capt. Martin Kirtland's company 1777. He was born and died in Haddam, Conn.
Also Nos. 2621, 30070.


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Mrs. Cora P. Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 49356
Born in Northampton, Mass.
Wife of Frederic Cunningham Atkins.
Descendant of Joshua Belding.
Daughter of Charles Parsons and Hattie Clark, his wife.
Granddaughter of Philo Clark and Irene Belding Hibbard, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hibbard and Irene Belding, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Belding and Anna Fitch, his wife.
[p.157] Joshua Belding (1733-1805) served as a private in Capt. Salmon White's company, Col. Woodbridge's Massachusetts regiment, 1777. He was born in Hatfield, Mass.; died in Whately.
Also No. 47202.


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Mrs. Josette Harris Tinsley.
DAR ID Number: 49928
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of E. Bruce Tinsley.
Descend****nt of Edward Harris, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Charles H. Harris and Mary Jane Bailey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alfred W. R. Harris and Mary J. D. Johnston, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Edward Harris, Jr., and Elizabeth Campbell, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Harris and Abigail Atkins, his 2nd wife.
Edward Harris (1739-1825) was a member of the committee of safety and correspondence. He was born in Newbury, Mass.; died in Washington, Ky.


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Mrs. Elsie Atkins Stone Crocker.
DAR ID Number: 49975
Born in Minneapolis, Minn.
Wife of Percy Crocker.
Descendant of Jonathan Harrington, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Jacob Stone and Kate Perrin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stephen Child Perrin and Margaret Mowry Harrington, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Henry Harrington and Esther Mowry, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Harrington, Jr., and Sarah Banks, his wife.
Jonathan Harrington, Jr. (1758-1854), when 16, was a fifer in Capt. Parker's company at Lexington, where there were eleven minute men of the same name. He was the last survivor of those in line at the battle of Lexington. He was born and died in Lexington, Mass.
Also No. 5009.


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Mrs. Frances Buxton Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 50019
Born in Warsaw, N. Y.
Wife of Frank B. Wilson.
Descendant of Jonathan Clark.
Daughter of Timothy Buxton and Juliann Clark, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Clark and Sarah Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Clarke, Jr. (b. 1777), and Susan -, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Clark and Betsy (Polly) Atkins, his wife.
[p.10] Jonathan Clark (1755-1846) served several enlistments and was present at the capture of Burgoyne. He was placed on the pension roll of Sullivan County, 1818, for service as private, Massachusetts line. He was born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Washington, N. H.
Also No. 18673.


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Mrs. Cornelia Harriet York Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 50729
Born in Chicago, Ill.
Descendant of Adjt. Philip Rockefeller, of New York.
Daughter of A. Judson York and Harriet Anne Humphrey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Humphrey and Cornelia Miller, his 2nd wife.
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[p.209] Miss Fanny Louise Mackenzie.
DAR ID Number: 52445
Born in Southington, Conn.
Descendant of David Frost.
Daughter of Theodore Hall Mackenzie and Mary E. Neal, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rowell A. Neal and Eunice Atkins, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Neal and Naomi Frost, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Frost, Jr., and Mary Ann Hitchcock, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Frost and Mary Beach, his wife.
David Frost (1743-1812) enlisted in the Connecticut militia, 1778, in Capt. Ezekiel Olcott's company and served under Brig. Gen. John Tyler in the Rhode Island campaign. He died in Wolcott, Conn.
Also No. 25650.


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Mrs. Emma Frances Fisher.
DAR ID Number: 52725
Born in Charlestown, Mass.
Wife of Calvin Ellis Fisher.
Descendant of Nathaniel Noyes, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Henry Atkins Cooke and Mary Clark Noyes, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Noyes and Asenath Noyes, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Noyes and Sarah Harriman, his wife.
Nathaniel Noyes (1747-1813) served as a private in Captain Emery's company, Colonel Baldwin's regiment, at White Plains. He was born in Atkinson, N. H.; died in Landoff.


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Mrs. Harriet Josephine Strong.
DAR ID Number: 53752
Born in Westfield, Mass.
Wife of Dwight D. Strong.
Descendant of Medad Edwards, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William M. Atkins and Elizabeth Allen, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Allen and Naomi Edwards, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Medad Edwards, Jr., and Hepzibah Barton, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Medad Edwards and Lois -, his wife.
Medad Edwards, served as a soldier from Northampton, Mass., where he was born and died.
Also No. 10534.


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[p.41] Mrs. Ida Barber Webster.
DAR ID Number: 54099
Born in Harwinton, Conn.
Wife of M. C. Webster.
Descendant of Daniel Hurlbut Cone, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Orville Barber and Sarah Hayes Cone, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Silas Cone and Sarah Hayes, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Hurlbut Cone and Elizabeth Atkins, his wife.
Daniel Hurlbut Cone (1753-1841) served as a private in Capt. Return Jonathan Meigs' company, Col. Joseph Spencer's regiment at the siege of Boston. He served several enlistments, was at Germantown and in the artillery service at the battle of Monmouth. He was a pensioner when he died at Winchester.
Also No. 10904.


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Mrs. Elizabeth Ellsworth Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 54334
Born in Oshkosh, Wis.
Wife of Frank H. Atkins.
Descendant of William Cheney.
Daughter of Albert Ellsworth and Lydia McCurdy, his wife.
Granddaughter of Mark Ellsworth and Eliza Jane Cheney, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Amasa Cheney and Nancy Todd, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Cheney and Rebecca -, his wife.
William Cheney (1750-1802) served as a private in Capt. Samuel Canfield's company, Col. Benjamin Bellow's New Hampshire militia. He was born in Sudbury, Mass.; died in Alstead, N. H.
Also No. 42638.


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[p.321] Mrs. Alice Munroe Beard.
DAR ID Number: 54741
Born in Dorchester, Mass.
Wife of James Franklin Beard.
Descendant of Samuel Leeds and of Isaiah Faxon.
Daughter of Charles Munroe and Sarah Pillow Jones, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Jones and Ann Atkins Leeds, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Leeds, Jr., and Martha Faxon, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Leeds and Ann Atkins, his wife; Isaiah Faxon and Catherine Fitzgerald, his wife.
Samuel Leeds (1735-1814) served in the defense of Dorchester, where he was born and died.
Isaiah Faxon (1734-1810) served as a private under different commands in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Boston.
Also No. 47718.


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Mrs. Allie Lee Fox Benton.
DAR ID Number: 55040
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Wife of Robert Talbott Benton.
Descendant of Abiel Harding, of New York.
Daughter of Fred Fox and Olive Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Newton Atkins and Sophronia Harding, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Dexter Harding and Jane Allen, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abiel Harding and Olive Smith, his wife.
Abiel Harding (1760-1849) served as a private in Capt. Joseph Stebbins' company, Col. David Wells' regiment, which marched to reinforce the Northern army, 1777. He served several enlistments in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Barre, N. Y.
Also No. 12818.


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Mrs. Olive Atkins Fox.
DAR ID Number: 55041
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Wife of Fred Fox.
Descendant of Abiel Harding.
Daughter of Henry Newton Atkins and Sophronia Harding, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dexter Harding and Jane Allen, his wife.
See No. 55040.


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[p.22] Miss Blanche Fox.
DAR ID Number: 55042
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Descendant of Abiel Harding.
Daughter of Fred Fox and Olive Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Newton Atkins and Sophronia Harding, his wife.
See No. 55040.


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Mrs. Elizabeth Olive Fox Galbraith.
DAR ID Number: 55043
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Wife of Oliver Galbraith.
Descendant of Abiel Harding.
Daughter of Fred Fox and Olive Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Newton Atkins and Sophronia Harding, his wife.
See No. 55040.


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Mrs. Lucy A. Lipes Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 55563
Born in Hightstown, N. J.
Wife of William R. Atkins.
Descendant of John Lipes, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John Lipes and Mary C. Dancer, his wife.
Granddaughter of Michael Lipes and Elizabeth Moffett, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Lipes and Sarah A. Deney (or Britton), his wife.
[p.257] John Lipes (1758-1832) served, 1776, as a private in Capt. Abraham Lyon's company, Col. Ephraim Martin's regiment, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in Trenton; died in Hightstown, N. J.


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[p.51] Mrs. Ida L. Darling.
DAR ID Number: 57149
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Charles R. Darling.
Descendant of Isaac Allen, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Charles William Underhill (b. 1827) and Lora Altine Woodbury (b. 1844), his wife.
Granddaughter of James Atkins Woodbury (b. 1819) and Nancy Dimmock Small (b. 1823), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Woodbury (b. 1780) and Sarah Allen (b. 1781), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Allen and Rebecca Tweksbury (b. 1758), his wife.
Isaac Allen (1758-1841) served on sea and land. He was granted a pension for seventeen months as a soldier and eight months as a seaman on the schooner “Endeavor.” He was born and died in Manchester, Mass.
Also No. 13330.


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Mrs. Cora E. Burt Gross.
DAR ID Number: 57152
Born in Provincetown, Mass.
Wife of Edward Blake Gross.
Descendant of Corp. Atkins Clark, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Henry Franklin Burt and Mary Elizabeth Chase, his wife.
Granddaughter of Bartholomew W. Burt and Rachel Clark, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Johnathan Clark and Rachel G. Pool, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Atkins Clark and Ruth Cheesman, his wife.
Atkins Clark (1751-1801) enlisted, 1776, as corporal in Capt. Eliphalet Sawin's company, Col. Joseph Palmer's regiment. He was born and died in Randolph, Mass.


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[p.216] Mrs. Emma Atkins Churchill.
DAR ID Number: 57622
Born in Seattle, Wash.
Wife of F. A. Churchill, M. D.
Descendant of Corp. Asaph Allen.
Daughter of Henry A. Atkins and Mary Jane Barr Osborne, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Atkins and Persis (?) Allen, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Asaph Allen and Persis Sheldon, his wife.
Asaph Allen (1752-1841) responded to the Lexington Alarm as corporal and was with the eight months' men at the siege of Boston. He was born in Bernardstown, Mass.


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[p.217] Mrs. Persis Atkins Livesley.
DAR ID Number: 57626
Born in Seattle, Wash.
Wife of W. J. Livesley.
Descendant of Corp. Asaph Allen.
Daughter of Henry A. Atkins and Mary Jane Barr Osborne, his wife.
See No. 57622.


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Mrs. Georgie Clara Warren Hall.
DAR ID Number: 58088
Born in Chelsea, Mass.
Wife of John Calvin Hall.
Descendant of Capt. Nailer Hatch, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of George Warren and Ellen A. Hatch, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Hatch and Sarah Ann Henson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hatch and Sarah Stuart, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nailer Hatch and Martha Atkins, his wife.
Nailer Hatch (1731-1804) was commissioned captain, 1775, in Col. Thomas Gardner's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Truro; died in Malden, Mass.


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Mrs. Sallie Mizell Anderson.
DAR ID Number: 60184
Born in Columbia, Tenn.
Wife of James T. Anderson.
[p.62] Descendant of John Atkins.
Daughter of Alpheus Mizell and Mary Arabela Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry L. Atkins and Sallie Stelle, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Atkins and - Wynne, his wife.
John Atkins enlisted, 1780, as a private in Capt. William Hay's company, Col. Rolly Doleman's Virginia regiment, and in Capt. William Fisher's company, Col. Lewis Burril's regiment, at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Lunenburg, Va., and was a pensioner when he died, 1832, in Anderson County, S. C.


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Mrs. Anna M. Thompson Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 60635
Born in Lebanon, Tenn.
Wife of Charles Samuel Atkins.
Descendant of Major John Cockrill.
Daughter of Lillard Thompson and Belle Brennan, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Emmet Thompson and Mary Elisabeth Tolliver, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Robert Curran Thompson and Martha A. R. Cockrill, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Cockrill and Ann Robertson Johnston, his wife.
John Cockrill (1757-1837) was with the Virginia troops, 1776, under command of Col. Evan Shelby in all battles against the Indians. He was wounded several times and the Legislature of North Carolina gave him a grant of land, the ground on which the Tennessee Centennial was held. He was born in Virginia; died in Nashville, Tenn.
Also Nos. 38134, 50357.


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Miss Sallie Frances Gunnels.
DAR ID Number: 60713
Born in Oxford, Cal.
Descendant of Daniel Gunnells.
Daughter of Daniel Perry Gunnels and Susan Elizabeth Cunningham, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathan Gunnels and Nancy Hunt, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Gunnells and - Atkins, his wife.
Daniel Gunnells served as a soldier in the Continental Line, Revolutionary War, and received a land grant for his service. He was born about 1762 in North Carolina; died after 1800 in Wilkes County, Ga.


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Miss Ruth Lewis.
DAR ID Number: 60740
Born in Fremont County, Col.
Descendant of Josiah Atkins, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Robert Selden Lewis and Helen M. Lewis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lawrence Sterne Lewis and Nancy L. Hull, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Asahel Lewis and Sarah Atkins, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Atkins and Sarah Rogers, his wife.
[p.247] Josiah Atkins served in the ranks, where he contracted rheumatism that resulted in his death, in 1781. The diary showing his pass and his painful march to reach home, when unfit for further duty, is now in the possession of the Historical Society of New Haven.
Also No. 10397.


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[p.43] Mrs. Caroline R. Prentis Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 61119
Born in Detroit, Mich.
Wife of Edward Atkins.
Descendant of Enos Gary.
Daughter of George House Prentis and Lovina C. Griffin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Oramel Griffin and Caroline Gary, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Enos Gary and Esther Buckingham, his wife.
Enos Gary (1757-1844) was placed on the pension roll of New York, 1832, for ten months' service as private in the infantry and cavalry, Connecticut Line. He was born in Taunton, Mass., enlisted from Lebanon, Conn., removed to Vermont, 1801, and, 1808, to Rushford, N. Y., where he died.
Also No. 33390.


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Mrs. Mary Gorton Darling.
DAR ID Number: 61631
Born in Richmond, Vt.
Wife of Frank Wilkinson Darling.
Descendant of Joshua Remington.
Daughter of Ezra Butler Gorton and Inez Ione Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Amos H. Gorton and Mahala Remington, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Remington and Mary -, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Remington and Eunice Remington (1758-1834), his wife.
Joshua Remington (1760-1855) was placed on the pension roll of Chittenden County, Vt., 1832, for service as private. He was in the battle of Bennington. He was born in Hingham, Mass.; died in Huntington, Vt.
Also No. 42906.


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Mrs. Eleanor Hope Atkins Cobb.
DAR ID Number: 61852
Born in Freeport, Ill.
Wife of Needham Tyndale Cobb.
Descendant of Col. Richard Caswell.
Daughter of Gen. Smith Dykins Atkins and Eleanor Hope Swain, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gov. David L. Swain and Eleanor H. White, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William White and Anne Caswell, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Caswell and Sarah Heritage, his 2nd wife.
Richard Caswell (1729-89) served as a soldier and statesman. He was born in Cecil County, Md. In 1882 North Carolina erected to his memory a monument at Kingston, where he is buried. Upon it is inscribed, “The first Governor under the free Constitution, called to the head of affairs in the darkest hour of the struggle with Great Britain for independence. He gave himself up to the service of his country without stint and without compensation.” He died in North Carolina.
Also No. 18185.


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Mrs. Anna M. North Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 62277
Born in Franklin County, Mo.
Wife of Henry S. Atkins.
Descendant of James Brown, of Virginia.
Daughter of Charles Williamson North and Nantilla Thurston, his wife.
Granddaughter of William North and Nancy Williamson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Charles Williamson and Elizabeth Brown, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Brown and Martha Venable, his wife.
James Brown enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. John Brent's company, Colonel Lawson's 4th regiment, Virginia Line. He was born in Charlotte County, Va., and, 1829, died there.
Also No. 56449.


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Mrs. Lucy Bates Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 63449
Born in Maysville, Ill.
Wife of Samuel Thomas Atkins.
Descendant of Sergt. Joseph Bates, Edward Cleveland, and Lieut. Asa Story.
Daughter of Thomas Bates (1807-92) and Ann Crafts Cleveland (1807-47), his wife, m. 1833.
Granddaughter of Eliphalet Bates (1769-1840) and Mary (or Polly) Story (1774-1836), his wife, m. 1791; Thomas Cleveland and Anna Crafts, his 1st wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Bates and Eunice Tinkham (1730-85), his wife. m. 1749; Asa Story and Abiah Giddings, his wife; Edward Cleveland and Sabra Hosmer, his wife.
Joseph Bates (1721-89) served as private in Capt. William Tupper's company, Col. Ebenezer Sproat's regiment, which marched on the Rhode Island Alarm, 1776, and, 1778, served in Capt. Amos Washburne's company, Colonel Wade's regiment. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Hartland, Vt.
Edward Cleveland (1737-76) responded to the battles of Lexington and Concord from Promfret, Conn., where he was born. He was killed at the siege of Boston.
Asa Story (1748-1828) served in the Connecticut Continental Line as corporal at the Lexington Alarm; sergeant, 1775; ensign, 1776; [p.149] second lieutenant, 1777, and resigned, 1778. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in East Randolph, Vt.
Also No. 18222.


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Mrs. Marie Antoinette Hudson.
DAR ID Number: 63905
Born in Nashville, Tenn.
Wife of William Hendrix Hudson, M. D.
Descendant of John Atkins.
Daughter of Alpheus Mizell and Mary Arabella Atkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry L. Atkins and Sallie Steele, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Atkins and - Wynne, his wife.
John Atkins (1760-1832) enlisted, 1780, as a private in Capt. William Hay's company, Col. Rolly Doleman's Virginia regiment, and in Capt. William Ficher's company, Col. Lewis Burill's regiment, at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Lunenburg, Va., and was a pensioner when he died in Anderson County, S. C.
Also No. 60184.


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Mrs. Dorothy P. Miller Duckwitz.
DAR ID Number: 65241
Born in Stanton, Mich.
Wife of William E. Duckwitz.
Descendant of Col. Ralph Cross, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Judson Lincoln Miller and Nettie Palmer, his wife.
Granddaughter of Charles Carroll Miller and Miriam Cross Dyer, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Libby Dyer and Mary Cross, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Eben Cross and Abigail Webb, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ralph Cross and Miriam Atkins, his wife.
Ralph Cross (1738-1810) commanded the Essex County regiment at the surrender of Burgoyne. He was born and died in Newburyport, Mass.
Also No. 61064.


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[p.126] Mrs. Evelina Parsons Harris.
DAR ID Number: 66341
Born in Macon, Miss.
Wife of Earl Albert Harris.
Descendant of Major George Davidson.
Daughter of James Manly Harris and Martha Sophie Bradford, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Roland Harris and Evelina Parsons, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Isham Harris and Lucy Davidson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Davidson and Barzilla Atkins, his 2nd wife.
George Davidson (1750-90) was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of Rangers under Col. James Moore, and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also Nos. 21814, 57574.


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Mrs. Helen Augusta Lang Mccaa.
DAR ID Number: 66435
Born in Suwanee County, Fla.
Wife of Burwell Roykin McCaa.
Descendant of Nathaniel Dickinson.
Daughter of David Lang and Mary Quarles Campbell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Decatur Campbell and Sarah Mildred Atkins, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Atkins and Mary Mills Dickinson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughtre of Richard Dickinson and Ann Quarles, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Dickinson and Elizabeth -, his wife.
Nathaniel Dickinson (1742-1782) belonged to a family of patriots. He served in the militia of Spottsylvania County, Va., where he was born and died.
Also No. 41654.


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Mrs. Eliza Ann Atkins Harding.
DAR ID Number: 66636
Born in Mt. Vernon, Me.
Wife of Nathaniel Harding.
Descendant of Charles Atkins.
Daughter of Rev. Charles Atkins and Mary Manter, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Charles Atkins and Ruth Kilburn, his wife.
Charles Atkins (1748-1817) served as drummer in Capt. Matthias Tobey's company, Col. Aaron Willard's regiment at Ticonderoga. He was born in Chatham, Mass.; died in Mt. Vernon, Me.


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Miss Carrie Spratt Cone.
DAR ID Number: 67636
Born in Calais, Me.
Descendant of Isaac Keen.
Daughter of Martin Cone and Theresa Sophia Keen, his wife.
Granddaughter of Atkins Keen and Sophia Hill, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jarius Keen and Lucy Knight, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Keen and Bethiah Toby, his wife.
Isaac Keen (1737-1830) served as private in Capt. Benjamin Wadsworth's Duxbury company, Col. James Warren's regiment, which marched to the alarm, 1775. He was born and died in Duxbury, Mass.


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Mrs. Miriam Cross Dyer Miller.
DAR ID Number: 68559
Born in Maine.
Wife of Charles Carroll Miller.
Descendant of Col. Ralph Cross.
Daughter of Eben L. Dyer and Mary Cross, his wife.
Granddaughter of Eben Cross and Abigail Webb, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ralph Cross and Miriam Atkins, his wife.
Ralph Cross (1738-1810) commanded the Essex County regiment at the surrender of Burgoyne. He was born and died in Newburyport, Mass.
Also No. 65241.


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Mrs. Ella May Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 68913
Born in Waterford, N. Y.
Wife of Richard M. Atkins.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Isaac Hodges, Corp. Jesse Hodges, Lieut.-Col. James Agnew, Joseph Riggs, Alexander Baldridge, and William Baldridge.
Daughter of Alexander B. Riggs and Charlotte Richardson, his wife, m. 1870.
Granddaughter of Joseph Riggs (1796-1877) and Rebecca Gibson Baldridge (1801-62), his wife, m. 1819; Benjamin S. K. Richardson (1813-58) and Olive White Hodges (1814-90), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Riggs (1770-1845) and Anna Baird (1773-1829), his wife, m. 1795; William Baldridge and Rebecca Agnew (1772-1817), his wife, m. 1792; Alfred Hodges (1785-1860) and Johannah Rynders Bowne (1786-1856), his wife, m. 1808.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Riggs and Hannah Cook, his wife, m. 1770; Alexander Baldridge and Jane Ramsay, his wife, m. 1745; James Agnew and Mary Ramsay (1753-1825), his wife, m. 1768; Jesse Hodges and Olive White (1754-1800), his wife, m. 1782.
[p.328] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Hodges and Mary Pratt (1729-1814), his wife, m. 1751.
Isaac Hodges (1728-1807) served as captain under Col. John Daggett, 1775, and was commissioned lieutenant-colonel, 1779, of the Bristol County militia. He was born and died in Norton, Mass.
Jesse Hodges (1755-1819) served as private under his father at the Rhode Island Alarms. In 1777 he was made corporal under Capt. Israel Trow, Colonel Hathaway. He was born in Norton, Mass.; died in Williamsburg.
James Agnew (1742-1825) served as lieutenant-colonel in the New York militia. He was born near New Castle; died in Gettysburg, Pa.
Also Nos. 25154, 63983.
Joseph Riggs (1743-1814) served, 1778, as a private in Capt. John Lindsay's company, Col. Silvanus Seeley's regiment, New Jersey militia. He was born in Morristown, N. J.; died in Washington County, Pa.
Also No. 57776.
Alexander Baldridge (1717-1805) served as private in Capt. John McConnell's 1st company, 4th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia, 1780-81. He was born in Ireland.
Also No. 54631.
William Baldridge (1761-1830) served with the North Carolina troops in the Revolution. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa., removed with his father to North Carolina, 1764, and died in Adams County, Ohio.
Also No. 43329.


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Mrs. Helen Leaton Stark.
DAR ID Number: 69190
Born in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
Wife of Frank Deane Stark.
Descendant of Capt. Levi Gaylord.
Daughter of John Casinier Leaton (1848-94) and Stella Gaylord (b. 1852), his wife.
Granddaughter of Harvey Russel Gaylord (1805-83) and Stella Maria Atkins (1808-82), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Gaylord, Jr. (1760-1846), and Lydia Smith (1784-1846), his wife, m. 1784.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Levi Gaylord and Lois Barnes (1731-1809), his wife, m. 1752.
Levi Gaylord (1730-95), who fought in the French war, served as captain in the 26th regiment of Connecticut militia, 1780. He was born in Farmington, Conn.; died in Harpersfield, N. Y.
Also No. 23742.


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Mrs. Anabel Quinby Bucknam Crews.
DAR ID Number: 69483
Born in Warren, Ill.
Wife of Lloyd Crews.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Quinby, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Alvan Felch Bucknam and Jane Quinby, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ivory Quinby and Mary E. Pearce, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Asa Quinby and Mehitable Millikin Henderson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses Quinby and Dolly Atkins, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Aaron Quinby and Mary Johnson (1744-1825), his 2nd wife.
Aaron Quinby (1733-1810) was captain of the 4th company, raised in Ware, Col. Moses Kelly's regiment. He was born in Danville; died in Sandwich, N. H.
Also No. 66529.


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Mrs. Iva Holmes Congdon.
DAR ID Number: 70006
Born in Onawa, Iowa.
Wife of Allan R. Congdon.
Descendant of John Hicks and of Joseph Eliot.
[p.3] Daughter of William Lester Holmes (b. 1842) and Annie Maria Elliott (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Timothy Elliott (b. 1817) and Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1854.
Gr-granddaughter of Joel Elliott (1775-1864) and Mary Flagg (1782-1865), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Eliott and Joanna Morse (1751-1837), his wife, m. 1773; Timothy Flagg (1744-1801) and Sarah Hicks (1757-1830), his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hicks and Elizabeth Nutting (1726-1825), his wife, m. 1746.
John Hicks (1725-75) was one of the Boston Tea Party. He was killed during the retreat of the British from Lexington. A monument has been erected to his memory and three of his comrades, at Cambridge, Mass., where he was born and died.
Joseph Eliot (1749-77) served at the siege of Boston and in the New York and Jersey campaigns. He was taken ill on duty and died soon after his return home from disease contracted in camp. He was born in Norton, Mass.
Also No. 14080.


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Mrs. Alma M. Mott Hoyt.
DAR ID Number: 70222
Born in Swanton, Vt.
Wife of Silas Pond Hoyt.
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Marvin, John Gregg, and David Austin.
Daughter of Rev. John Sowles Mott (1817-88) and Maria Gregg (b. 1825), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of Jacob Mott (1788-1849) and Anna Sowles (1796-1852), his wife, m. 1817; Leslie Gregg (1787-1847) and Sally Austin (1785-1863), his wife, m. 1809.
Gr-granddaughter of John Sowles (1782-1812) and Sylvia Marvin (1776-1830), his wife, m. 1817; John Gregg and Jewett Waugh (1750-1820), his wife; David Austin, Jr. (1761-1814), and Sarah Atkins (1766-1838), his wife, m. 1782.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Marvin and Mehitable Marvin, his wife; David Austin and Mary Harmon (1737-1810), his wife, m. 1760.
Benjamin Marvin (1737-1822) served as lieutenant and captain in the New York Line, 1776-78. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Alburgh, Vt.
Also No. 47302.
John Gregg (1749-1803) enlisted as a private in the Revolution from New Boston, N. H. He died in Waterbury, Vt.
David Austin (1734-1814) was an efficient officer of Winchester, Conn., during the Revolution. He was born in Connecticut; died in Sangerfield, N. Y.
Also No. 26109.


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Mrs. Mary Fowler Lynch.
DAR ID Number: 70459
Born in Randolph, Wis.
Wife of John Conant Lynch.
Descendant of Capt. Levi Gaylord.
Daughter of Melvin Nelson Fowler (1851-66) and Marcia Gaylord (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1857.
Granddaughter of Harvey Russell Gaylord (1805-83) and Stella Atkins (1808-82), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Gaylord, Jr. (1760-1846), and Lydia Smith (1764-1846), his wife, m. 1782.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Levi Gaylord and Lois Barnes (1731-1809), his wife, m. 1754.
Levi Gaylord (1730-95) served as captain in the 26th regiment of Connecticut militia. He died at Harpersfield, N. Y.
Also No. 12484.


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Miss Elsie Ellsworth Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 70601
Born in Delta County, Mich.
Descendant of William Cheney.
Daughter of Francis Herbert Atkins and Elizabeth Ellsworth, his wife.
Granddaughter of Albert Ellsworth and Lydia McCurdy, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Mark Ellsworth and Eliza Jane Cheney, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amasa Cheney (b. 1787) and Nancy Todd, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Cheney and Rebecca Cheney, his wife.
William Cheney (1750-1802) served as a private in Capt. Samuel Canfield's company, Col. Benjamin Bellow's New Hampshire regiment of militia. He was born in Sudbury, Mass.; died in Alstead, N. H.
Also No. 42638.


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Mrs. Blanche Temple Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 70758
Born in Memphis, Tenn.
Wife of William A. Atkins.
Descendant of Lieut. Robert Moore Cunningham.
Daughter of John Temple and Kate E. Maltbie, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Rufus Maltbie and Catherine Cunningham, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Robert Moore Cunningham and Emily Bird, his wife.
Robert Moore Cunningham in 1775 left college to take up arms for [p.274] his country and enlisted in Capt. Mathew Smith's company, Lancaster County, Pa.; taken prisoner at the siege of Quebec, was discharged, and, 1777, served as lieutenant in the Virginia artillery. In 1837 he received a pension, which his widow drew for many years after his death. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Tuscaloosa, Ala.


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Mrs. Althea Knowles Morrison.
DAR ID Number: 70813
Born in Grandville, Mich.
Wife of John B. Morrison.
Descendant of Samuel Davis, Ebenezer Davis, Thomas Mayo, and William Paine.
Daughter of James Albert Knowles (1824-90) and Almira M. Davis (1828-1906), his wife, m. 1850.
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Davis, Jr. (1800-91), and Eliza Baker (1806-85), his wife, m. 1825.
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Davis and Mary Paine (1767-1837), his wife, m. 1790.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Davis and Mary Gorham, his wife, m. 1757; William Paine and Sarah Mayo (1745-1817), his wife, m. 1766.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Mayo and Hannah Atkins (d. 1757), his wife, m. 1744.
Samuel Davis (1734-76) served as a private in Capt. Daniel Sprouts' [p.292] company, Col. Enoch Freeman's regiment. He was born in Barnstable, Mass.; died in Gorham, Me.
Ebenezer Davis (1765-1818) served, 1779, in Capt. William Harris' company, Col. Zebulon Pike's regiment.
Thomas Mayo (1718-94) served, 1775, as a private in Capt. Solomon Higgins' company, for the seacoast defense. He was born in Eastham, Mass.
William Paine (1743-1827) enlisted as volunteer, 1776, from Gorham, Me., where he died. He was born in Eastham, Mass.


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Mrs. Carrie Patterson Tillett.
DAR ID Number: 70862
Born in Richmond County, N. C.
Wife of Charles W. Tillett.
Descendant of Howell Parker.
Daughter of Dr. Duncan H. Patterson (1825-1904) and Caroline MacRae (1831-63), his wife, m. 1859.
Granddaughter of Daniel MacRae (1784-1864) and Martha Baldwin Parker (1810-70), his wife, m. 1826.
Gr-granddaughter of William Parker (1781-1872) and Mary Atkins (1783-1837), his wife, m. 1803.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Howell Parker and Elizabeth Loftin (b. 1756), his wife, m. 1780.
Howell Parker (1757-96) served, 1777-82, in the North Carolina Continental Line, Revolutionary War. He was born in Surry County, Va.; died in Stanley County, N. C.


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Mrs. Jennie B. Atkins Howard.
DAR ID Number: 71015
Born in Yarmouth, Mass.
Wife of Edwin Howard.
Descendant of Hon. Daniel Davis.
Daughter of James P. Atkins (b. 1831) and Helen Davis (1831-98), his wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Daniel Davis (1801-43) and Olive D. Crowell (1806-70), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of Job C. Davis (1771-1827) and Desire Loring (b. 1773), his wife, m. 1792.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Davis (1744-1825) and Mercy Crocker (d. 1832), his wife, m. 1769.
[p.8] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Davis and Mehitable Lothrop, his wife.
Daniel Davis (1713-99) was a representative to the 1st Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. He was born and died in Barnstable, Mass.
Also No. 55946.


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Miss Aimee Winifred Fisher.
DAR ID Number: 71852
Born in Worcester, Mass.
Descendant of Nathaniel Noyes, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Calvin Ellis Fisher and Emma Frances Cooke, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Atkins Cooke and Mary Clark Noyes, his 2nd wife.
[p.301] Gr-granddaughter of Henry Noyes and Asenath Noyes, his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Noyes and Sara Harriman, his wife.
Nathaniel Noyes (1747-1813) served as a private in Captain Emery's company, Colonel Baldwin's regiment, at White Plains. He was born in Atkinson, N. H.; died in Landoff.
Also No. 52725.


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Mrs. Frances Cook Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 74382
Born in Little Britain, N. Y.
Wife of George H. Atkins.
Descendant of Thomas Cook and of Thomas McDowell.
Daughter of Abraham McDowell Cook (b. 1842) and Sarah E. Conkling (b. 1839), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Thomas Cook, Jr. (1797-1843), and Sarah McDowell (1799-1872), his wife, m. 1819.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Cook and Catherine Coleman (1760-1822), his wife, m. 1780; Thomas McDowell and Elizabeth Hodge (1755-1825), his wife, m. 1776.
Thomas Cook, born, 1749, in New Windsor, N. Y., died there in 1812, and Thomas McDowell, born, 1744, in Little Britain, N. Y., died there in 1806, were privates in Col. James McClaghery's 2nd regiment, Ulster County, New York militia.


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Mrs. Emma E. Mott Whitman.
DAR ID Number: 74599
Born in Grand Isle, Vt.
Wife of Briggs N. Whitman.
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Marvin, John Gregg, and David Austin.
Daughter of Rev. John Sowles Mott (1817-88) and Maria Gregg (b. 1825), his wife, m. 1847.
[p.223] Granddaughter of Jacob Mott (1788-1849) and Anna Sowles (1796-1852), his wife, m. 1817; Leslie Gregg (1787-1847) and Sally Austin (1785-1863), his wife, m. 1809.
Gr-granddaughter of John Sowles (1782-1812) and Sylvia Marvin (1776-1830), his wife, m. 1817; John Gregg and Jewett Waugh (1750-1820), his wife; David Austin, Jr. (1761-1814), and Sarah Atkins (1766-1838), his wife, m. 1782.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Marvin and Mehitable Marvin, his wife; David Austin and Mary Harmon (1737-1810), his wife, m. 1760.
Benjamin Marvin (1737-1822) served as lieutenant and captain in the New York Line, 1776-78. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Alburgh, Vt.
John Gregg (1749-1803) enlisted as a private in the Revolution from New Boston, N. H. He died in Waterbury, Vt.
David Austin (1734-1814) was an efficient officer of Winchester, Conn., during the Revolution. He was born in Connecticut; died in Springfield, N. Y.
Also No. 70222.


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[p.224] Mrs. Alice Minor Thomson.
DAR ID Number: 74602
Born in Louisa County, Va.
Wife of Henry Clifton Thomson.
Descendant of Nathaniel Dickinson.
Daughter of Joseph Decatur Campbell and Sarah Mildred Atkins, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Atkins and Mary Mills Dickinson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Richard Dickinson and Anne Quarles, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Dickinson and Elizabeth -, his wife.
Nathaniel Dickinson (1742-82) belonged to a family of patriots. He served in the militia of Spottsylvania County, Va., where he was born and died.
Also No. 66435.


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[p.287] Mrs. Louise C. Clark Dickerman.
DAR ID Number: 75750
Born in Southington, Conn.
Wife of Raymond P. Dickerman.
Descendant of Joseph Atkins, Elihu Carter, Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie, and Lieut. Elihu Moss.
Daughter of Lucas Carter Clark (b. 1845) and Phebe Atkins Twitchell (b. 1848), his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Dwight Twitchell (1816-97) and Jane Carter (1819-1905), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Twitchell (1769-1824) and Phebe Atkins (1780-1823), his wife, m. 1804; Hopkins Carter (1794-1878) and Phila Frisbie (1797-1877), his wife, m. 1817.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Atkins and Phebe Hall (d. 1828), his wife; Elihu Carter and Sarah Hopkins (1767-1842), his wife, m. 1790; Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie and Thankful Moss (1759-1816), his wife, m. 1785.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Elihu Moss and Esther Clark (1739-1822), his wife, m. 1758.
Joseph Atkins (1743-1820) served as a private in the Connecticut militia under Capt. John Barnard, 3rd regiment. He was born in Middletown, Conn.; died in Chenango County, N. Y.
Also No. 18843.
Elihu Carter (1759-1844) enlisted, 1778, for three years as an artificer in Col. Jeduthan Baldwin's regiment, receiving a pension, 1832, for service as private, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born and died in Southington, Conn.
Also No. 73656.
Ichabod Culpepper Frisbie (1760-1845) served in the 15th regiment of Connecticut militia, 1779, and his name is on the Hartford County pension list. He was born in Branford; died in Southington, Conn.
Also No. 52909.
Elihu Moss (1731-78) served as lieutenant in a company of volunteer minute men, 1777, raised in Farmington, Conn. He was born in Wallingford; died in Southington, Conn.
Also No. 52909.


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Mrs. Georgia May Vallandigham Burns.
DAR ID Number: 78246
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of William Britt Burns.
[p.93] Descendant of Lewis Vallandigham.
Daughter of Henry Craig Vallandigham (b. 1841) and Laura M. Atkins (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of George Lewis Vallandigham (1815-90) and Amanda Ewins (1816-1901), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Drake Vallandigham (1790-1847) and Jane Berry (1789-1876), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Lewis Vallandigham and Betsy Drake, his wife.
Lewis Vallandigham (1761-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Fairfax County, Va., 1832, for service as private, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in Owen County, Ky.


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Mrs. Belle Atkins Carson.
DAR ID Number: 79146
Born in Mecklenburg County, Va.
Wife of Charles Miller Carson.
Descendant of Capt. Jesse Watson.
Daughter of William Thomas Atkins (1839-94) and Virginia Hannah Homes (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of William Albert Homes (1815-82) and Ann Towler (1823-1902), his wife, m. 1844.
Gr-granddaughter of William Towler (1775-1855) and Hannah Watson (1792-1825), his wife, m. 1814.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Watson and Mary Meredith (b. 1769), his wife, m. 1790.
Jesse Watson (1760-1812) served several enlistments, 1780-82, as lieutenant and captain, Virginia militia, engaged in battles of Camden, Guilford and Yorktown. In 1839 his widow applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Prince Edward County; died in Lunenburg County, Va.


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Mrs. Nellie R. Brian Hudson.
DAR ID Number: 79323
Born in Texarkana, Tex.
Wife of Walter Cole Hudson.
Descendant of William Brian, Hardy Brian, Colonel Ray Sands, Immanuel Case, Jr., Solomon Morgan, Ensign Oliver Wickes, Corporal Isaac Greene, Blackman Ligon, John Randle, Lieutenant William Randle and Major George Davidson.
Daughter of William Sands Brian (1854-1917) and Mary Frances Ligon (b. 1855), his wife, m. 1875.
Granddaughter of Solomon Morgan Brian (1792-1864) and Anna May Case Sands (1820-78), his 2nd wife, m. 1842; John Davidson Ligon (1824-98) and Samira Parrisade Randle (1828-69), his 1st wife, m. 1847.
Gr-granddaughter of Hardy Brian and Jemima Morgan, his wife, m. 1778; William Case Sands (1785-1827) and Abigail Wickes (1794-1837), his wife; Blackman Ligon, Jr. (1797-1865), and Nancy Moon (1806-67), his wife, m. 1823; George Davidson Randle (1792-1833) and Susan Simmonds (Randle) (1796-1852), his wife, m. 1811.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Brian and Sarah (Williamson) Crocker, his wife, m. 1754; Solomon Morgan and Jemima Webb, his wife; Robert Guthrie Sands (1785-1827) and Ann Maynard Case (d. 1795), his wife; Oliver Wickes and Abigail Greene (1758-1801), his wife, m. 1777; Blackman Ligon and Elizabeth Townes (1763-1842) his wife, m. 1780; Wilson Randle and Frankie Davidson (b. 1770), his wife (parents of George); Peyton Randle and Lucy Roper, his wife.
[p.120] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ray Sands and Ann Niles, his wife; Immanuel Case, Jr., and Ann Rathbun (1742-78), his 1st wife, m. 1761; Isaac Greene and Mary Weaver, his wife; John Randle and Mollie Ware, his wife (parents of Wilson); George Davidson and Barzilla Atkins, his 2nd wife; William Randle and Lucy Simmons, his wife.
William Brian (1735-1808) served as a private in the South Carolina artillery. He was born in South Carolina.
Hardy Brian (1755-1813) was a private serving with the North and South Carolina troops. He was born in South Carolina; died in Louisiana.
Ray Sands (1737-1808) was colonel of the 2nd Rhode Island regiment. He was born in New Shoreham, R. I.; died in Rhode Island.
Also No. 42564.
Immanuel Case, Jr., was Justice of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions of the Peace of Kings County, and a member of the Council of War, 1777. He was born, 1739, in South Kingston, R. I.
Solomon Morgan (1735-1803) served as a private in the South Carolina militia, 1780. He was born in South Carolina.
Oliver Wickes (1757-1855) was placed on the pension roll of Kent County, R. I., 1832, for service as private, sergeant, and ensign, Rhode Island state troops and militia. He was born in Coventry; died in East Greenwich, R. I.
Also No. 31560.
Isaac Greene (1724-1807) served as a corporal under Capt. Samuel Wall, in Colonel Waterman's Rhode Island regiment. He was born and died in Coventry, R. I.
Also No. 28776.
Blackman Ligon (1757-1831) was placed on the pension roll of Greenville District, S. C., 1818, for service as private, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Greenville District, S. C.
John Randle served as a soldier with the Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Montgomery County, Va.
William Randle served as a lieutenant, 1777, in the Brunswick County, Virginia militia. He was born in Brunswick County; died in Montgomery County, Va.
George Davidson (1740-1811) served as a captain under Col. James Moore of North Carolina, later becoming major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 66341.


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Mrs. Sarah S. S. Atkins Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 79341
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Charles Webster Wilson.
Descendant of Benjamin Atkins of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Isaiah Atkins (1800-66) and Sarah Baxter Stedman (1809-44), his wife, m. 1828.
Granddaughter of John Atkins (1755-1834) and Jane Avery (1761-1839), his wife, m. 1778.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Atkins and Sarah Harding (b. 1728), his wife, m. 1750.
Benjamin Atkins served, 1776, as a private from Truro in Capt. Joseph Smith's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1726, in Truro, Mass., where he died.


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[p.126] Mrs. Emma Atkins Wilson Tyson.
DAR ID Number: 79342
Born in Baltimore, Md.
Wife of Matthew Smith Tyson.
Descendant of Benjamin Atkins.
Daughter of Charles Webster Wilson (1837-1903) and Sarah S. S. Atkins, his wife, m. 1868.
See No. 79341.


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Miss Sarah Atkins Jarvis.
DAR ID Number: 79683
Born in Jefferson County, Ark.
Descendant of Augustine Washington.
Daughter of Floyd A. Jarvis and Ann FitzHugh Fentress (b. 1860), his wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of John Reaves Fentress (1814-62) and Ann Evins FitzHugh (1821-97), his wife, m. 1848.
Gr-granddaughter of Edmund FitzHugh (1794-1832) and Eliza Ann Roberts (1799-1832), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nicholas FitzHugh and Sarah Ashton, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Burdett Ashton and Ann Washington, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Augustine Washington and Ann Aylett, his wife.
Augustine Washington served as a member of the Virginia Assembly, 1778-80. He was born in Bridges Creek; died in Westmoreland County, Va.
Also No. 78265.


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Mrs. Elizabeth Hinkley Wood.
DAR ID Number: 79888
Born in Lisbon, Me.
Wife of Henry E. Wood.
Descendant of Amos Thompson.
Daughter of Atkins L. Hinkley (1803-77) and Elizabeth Thompson (1812-93), his wife, m. 1827.
Granddaughter of Phineas Thompson (1782-1860) and Mary Metcalf (1786-1819), his 2nd wife, m. 1806.
Gr-granddaughter of Amos Thompson and Hannah Wooster (1751-1835), his wife, m. 1774.
Amos Thompson (1749-1835) enlisted, 1779, in Captain Actor Patten's company, Col. Samuel McCobb's regiment, which marched on the Penobscot expedition. He was born in Brunswick; died in Bowdoin, Me.


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Mrs. Anne Judd Palmer.
DAR ID Number: 79990
Born in Holyoke, Mass.
Wife of Augustus Burt Palmer.
Descendant of Joel Day.
Daughter of Charles C. Judd (b. 1851) and Phœbe Kneeland (1847-90), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Edward Kneeland (1807-77) and Semantha Day (1809-69), his wife, m. 1835.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Day (1769-1848) and Phœbe Atkins (1778-1873), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joel Day and Eunice Day (d. 1815), his wife, m. 1751.
Joel Day (1730-1803) served several enlistments, 1776-80, under different commands, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in West Springfield, Mass.


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Mrs. Evelyn Dunlap Miller.
DAR ID Number: 80157
Born in Paris, Tenn.
Wife of Thomas Austin Miller.
Descendant of Hugh Dunlap.
Daughter of Hugh Dunlap (b. 1843) and Sallie Atkins (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of John H. L. Dunlap (1801-74) and Mary Beauchamp (1814-93), his wife, m. 1828.
Gr-granddaughter of Hugh Dunlap and Susannah Hendru Gilliam (1775-1835), his wife, m. 1794.
Hugh Dunlap (1763-1846) served as a private at the battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Ireland; died in Paris, Tenn.
Also No. 75508.


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Miss Kate D. Elliott.
DAR ID Number: 80759
Born in Onawa, Iowa.
Descendant of John Hicks.
Daughter of Timothy Elliott (1817-1910) and Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of Joel Elliott (1775-1864) and Mary Flagg (1782-1866), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-granddaughter of Timothy Flagg (1744-1801) and Sarah Hicks (1757-1830), his wife, m. 1786.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hicks and Elizabeth Nutting (1726-1825), his wife, m. 1748.
John Hicks (1725-75) was one of the Boston Tea Party. He was killed during the retreat of the British from Lexington. A monument has been erected to his memory and three of his comrades at Cambridge, Mass., where he was born.
Also No. 70006.


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Mrs. Stella Turner Riordan.
DAR ID Number: 80925
Born in Geneva, Ohio.
Wife of Henry Clay Riordan.
Descendant of John Wright.
Daughter of George Turner (1794-1884) and Emily Atkins (1804-41), his wife, m. 1822.
Granddaughter of Quintus F. Atkins (1782-1859) and Sally Wright (1784-1853), his wife, m. 1804.
Gr-granddaughter of John Wright and Sarah Case (1758-1826), his wife.
John Wright (1743-1825) was a private in Capt. Edward Shipman's company, Col. Charles Webb's Continental regiment. He was born in Goshen, Litchfield County, Conn.; died in Summit County, Ohio.
Also No. 68330.


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Mrs. Ada Sherman Lindsley.
DAR ID Number: 81193
Born in Topeka, Ill.
Wife of Henry Atkins Lindsley.
Descendant of Job Sherman (Shearman).
Daughter of Nathaniel H. Sherman (1837-1906) and Sadie Cadwalider (b. 1840), his wife, m. 1873.
Granddaughter of Jesse Sherman (1801-50) and Hannah - (1807-75), his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Sherman (1779-1808) and Elizabeth Martin (1772-1850), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Job Sherman and Margaret Havens (1755-1841), his wife.
Job Sherman (Shearman) (1757-1842) enlisted from Kingston, R. I., in Capt. William Humphrey's company, Col. Jeremiah Olney's regiment. In 1818, he was placed on the pension roll for service as private in Rhode Island Line. He died in North Kingston, R. I.
Also No. 43500.


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Mrs. Cornelia Beecher Camp.
DAR ID Number: 81216
Born in Naugatuck, Conn.
Wife of Ellery Camp.
Descendant of Amos Culver of Connecticut.
Daughter of Argus Beecher (1793-1875) and Susanna Culver (1794-1836), his wife, m. 1813.
Granddaughter of Amos Culver and Sarah Rogers Atkins (1756-1845), his 2nd wife, m. 1792.
Amos Culver (1748-1830) served, 1779, in Captain Williams' company, Lieut.-Col. Nathan Gallup's regiment at Fort Griswold. He was born in Waterbury; died in Naugatuck.


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Mrs. Jennie F. Elliott Norton.
DAR ID Number: 81273
Born in St. Charles, Ill.
Wife of George R. Norton.
Descendant of Joseph Eliot and of John Hicks.
Daughter of Timothy Elliott (1817-1910) and Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of Joel Elliott (1778-1869) and Mary Flagg (1782-1865), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Eliot and Joanna Morse (1751-1837), his wife, m. 1773; Timothy Flagg (1774-1801) and Sarah Hicks (1757-1836), his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hicks and Elizabeth Nutting (d. 1825), his wife, m. 1748.
[p.103] Joseph Eliot (1749-77) enlisted, 1775, from Taunton, Mass., in Capt. John King's company; also served in Capt. Samuel White's company in the Jersey and Burgoyne campaigns. He died from illness contracted in the service.
John Hicks (1725-75) was one of the Boston Tea Party and a member of the Committee of Safety of Cambridge. He was killed in the retreat of the British from Lexington. He was born and died in Cambridge, Mass.
Also No. 16169.


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[p.219] Mrs. Annie Maria Elliott Holmes.
DAR ID Number: 81576
Born in St. Charles, Ill.
Wife of W. L. Holmes.
Descendant of John Hicks.
Daughter of Timothy Elliott (1817-1910) and Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1854.
See No. 81273.


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Miss Blanche Moore.
DAR ID Number: 82106
Born in Lancaster, S. C.
Descendant of Capt. John Foster.
Daughter of Paul Moore (b. 1859) and Annie Louise Foster (b. 1858), his wife, m. 1881.
Granddaughter of John Cantyon Foster (b. 1832) and Theresa Hood (1839-59), his wife, m. 1856.
Gr-granddaughter of John Foster, Jr. (1785-1868), and Ann Kelsey Cantegon (1795-1846), his 2nd wife, m. 1818.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Foster and Mary Atkins (d. 1801), his wife, m. 1797.
John Foster (1752-1812) served as captain in Lieut.-Col. Henry Hampton's regiment, South Carolina Light Dragoons. He was born in Lancaster, Pa.; died in Lancaster County, S. C.


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Mrs. Mary Elliott Whiting.
DAR ID Number: 82501
Born in Monroe County, Iowa.
Wife of Will C. Whiting.
Descendant of John Hicks and of Joseph Eliot.
Daughter of Timothy Elliott (1817-1910) and Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of Joel Elliott (1775-1864) and Mary Flagg (1782-1865), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Eliot and Joanna Morse (1751-1837), his wife, m. 1773; Timothy Flagg (1744-1801) and Sarah Hicks (1757-1830), his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hicks and Elizabeth Nutting (1726-1825), his wife, m. 1748.
John Hicks (1725-75) served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm, where he was killed. He was born and died in Cambridge, Mass.
Joseph Eliot (1749-77) served as private in Capt. Moses Knapp's company, Col. William Shepherd's regiment of Massachusetts troops. He was born in Norton, Mass.


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Mrs. Emma Allis Newell.
DAR ID Number: 82997
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Wife of Robert Whitfield Newell.
Descendant of Peter Perkins, Lieut. James Moore, and Josiah Allis.
Daughter of Horace G. Allis (b. 1855) and Agnes Siler (1856-1904), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Peter Pryor Siler (b. 1819) and Francis H. Joyner, his wife, m. 1853; Horace Bull Allis (1813-68) and Martha C. Atkins, his wife, m. 1839.
Gr-granddaughter of John Siler (1769-1822) and Agnes Wilson Smith (b. 1780), his wife, m. 1812; Thomas Joyner and Louisa C. Rise, his wife; Josiah Allis, Jr. (1779-1848), and Mary Bull, his wife, m. 1809.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Smith (b. 1756) and Bethunia Perkins (b. 1759), his wife, m. 1778; Jonathan Joyner (d. 1835) and Elizabeth Moore (d. 1849), his wife, m. 1789; Josiah Allis and Anna Hubbard (1755-1839), his wife, m. 1774.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Perkins and Agnes Wilson, his wife; James Moore and Elizabeth Yeaman, his wife.
Peter Perkins (1739-1813) was a member of the Committee of Safety for Pittsylvania County, Va., 1775, where he was then living. He died in South Carolina.
James Moore enlisted, 1781, serving as lieutenant in 10th regiment North Carolina Continental troops, commanded by Colonel Shephard. He died, 1790, in Bertie County, N. C.
Josiah Allis (1754-94) gave valuable civil service, being a patriot of Whatley, Mass., where he served as a member of committees and as town treasurer. He was born in Hatfield; died in Whately.


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Mrs. Harriet Lewis Sanford.
DAR ID Number: 83061
Born in Naugatuck, Conn.
Wife of Anson O. Sanford.
Descendant of Josiah Atkins, as follows:
1. Asahel H. Lewis (1807-95), m. 1841, Harriet N. Horton (1818-1907).
[p.23] 2. Asahel Lewis (1772-1808), m. Sarah Atkins (1780-1861).
3. Josiah Atkins, m. 1779, Sarah Rogers (1756-1845).
Josiah Atkins (1749-81) served as private in Captain Benton's company, Col. Isaac Sherman's 5th regiment, Continental Line. He was born in Wolcott, Conn.; died in hospital on field.


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Mrs. Mabel A. Johnson French.
DAR ID Number: 83696
Born in Cheshire, Conn.
Wife of Theron S. French.
Descendant of Amos Culver, as follows:
1. William E. Johnson (b. 1845), m. 1872, Hattie L. Hotchkiss (1850-1909).
2. Henry Hotchkiss (1812-93), m. 1835, Rosetta Beecher (1816-97).
3. Argus Beecher (1793-1875), m. 1813, Susanna Culver (1794-1836).
4. Amos Culver, m., 2nd, 1792, Sarah Rogers Atkins (1756-1845).
Amos Culver (1748-1830) served, 1779, in Captain Williams' company, Lieut.-Col. Nathan Gallup's regiment, at Fort Griswold. He was born in Waterbury; died in Naugatuck, Conn.
Also No. 81216.


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Mrs. Roberta Ryland Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 84232
Born in Richmond, Va.
Wife of Frank Allen Atkins.
Descendant of Col. Anthony Thornton, as follows:
1. Robert Ryland (1805-99), m. 1848, Betty Presley Thornton (1821-1905).
2. Anthony Thornton (1799-1885), m. 1820, Anne Rose Thornton (1801-67).
3. James Bankhead Thornton (1770-1843), m. Mildred Rootes Thornton (parents of Anne).
4. Anthony Thornton, m. 1772, Mary Rootes (1751-1819) (parents of Mildred).
Anthony Thornton (1748-1828) commanded a company at the beginning of the war; rose to the rank of colonel of minute men and served at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Fairfield County, Va.; died in Ormsby Lodge, Ky.
Also No. 44121.


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Miss Mary Katherine Gilkey.
DAR ID Number: 84350
Born in Mondovi, Wis.
Descendant of James Gilkey, as follows:
1. George E. Gilkey, m. Minnie Allen.
2. George M. Gilkey (b. 1827), m. Catherine Atkins (1831-62).
3. Edward Gilkey (1802-62), m. Katherine Pratt.
4. John Gilkey (1764-1813), m. 1789, Susannah Baum (1773-1840).
5. James Gilkey, m. 1748, Martha Martin.
James Gilkey (1710-90) was selectman and member of Committee of Correspondence and Inspection, 1776-77. He was born in England; died in Gorham, Me.
Also No. 73909.


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Mrs. Fannie Wood Rodgers.
DAR ID Number: 84799
Born in Lewiston, Me.
Wife of Charles L. Rodgers.
[p.310] Descendant of Amos Thompson, as follows:
1. Henry E. Wood (b. 1846), m. 1874, Elizabeth Hinckley (b. 1847).
2. Atkins L. Hinckley (1803-77), m. 1827, Elizabeth Thompson (1812-93).
3. Phineas Thompson (1782-1860), m., 2nd, 1806, Mary Metcalf (1786-1819).
4. Amos Thompson, m. 1774, Hannah Wooster (1751-1835).
Amos Thompson (1749-1835) enlisted, 1779, in Capt. Actor Patten's company, Col. Samuel McCobb's regiment, which marched on the Penobscot expedition. He was born in Brunswick; died in Bowdoin, Me.
Also No. 79888.


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Mrs. Malvry A. Harris Clardy.
DAR ID Number: 84838
Born in Madison County, Ky.
Wife of Giles W. Clardy.
Descendant of Richard Oldham, and of Christopher Harris, as follows:
1. Christopher C. Harris (1821-1904), m. 1850, Frances Atkins (1835-85).
2. Overton Harris (1782-1827), m. 1810, Nancy Oldham (1791-1858).
4. Christopher Harris, m., 2nd, 1762, Agnes McCord (1740-1815); Richard Oldham, m. Ursula Williams (d. 1803).
Richard Oldham applied for a pension, 1832, for service, 1777-81, as private in North Carolina Line under Capts. Waddy Tate, John Oldham, James Wilson, and Col. William Moore; was in battles of Shallow Ford, Yadkin River, Pyle's Defeat, Wetzells Mills and Guilford. He was born in Virginia; died, 1836, in Madison County, Ky.
[p.323] Christopher Harris (1725-94) furnished money to the government and also served as private in the militia. He received a grant of land in Kentucky for his service. He was born in Albemarle County, Va.; died in Madison County, Ky.


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Mrs. Jessie Fremont Robertson.
DAR ID Number: 85190
Born in St. Charles, Ill.
Wife of Charles A. Robertson.
[p.71] Descendant of John Hicks, as follows:
1. Timothy Elliott (1817-1910), m. 1854, Maria Eliza Atkins (b. 1827).
2. Joel Elliot (1775-1864), m. 1805, Mary Flagg (1782-1865).
3. Timothy Flagg (1744-1801), m. 1780, Sarah Hicks (1757-1830).
4. John Hicks, m. 1748, Elizabeth Nutting (1726-1825).
John Hicks (1725-75) was a member of the Committee of Safety from Cambridge. He was killed in the retreat of the British from Lexington. He was born in Cambridge, Mass.
Also No. 72662.


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Mrs. Bashie Lindsley Martin.
DAR ID Number: 85909
Born in Lebanon, Tenn.
Wife of Walter C. Martin.
[p.348] Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Lawrence and of Ebenezer Condit, as follows:
1. Henry Stevens Lindsley (1844-75), m. 1870, Bashie Atkins (b. 1850).
2. Nathaniel Lawrence Lindsley (1816-68), m. 1841, Julia Stevens (1823-83).
3. Rev. Philip Lindsley (1786-1855), m. 1st, 1813, Margaret Elizabeth Lawrence (1793-1845).
4. Nathaniel Lawrence, m. 1787, Elizabeth Berrien (1762-99); Isaac Lindsley (b. 1764), m. Phebe Condit (1768-1854).
Nathaniel Lawrence (1761-97) served as lieutenant and captain, North Carolina and New York Lines. He was a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Newton; died in Hempstead, L. I., N. Y.
Ebenezer Condit (1736-77) served as minute man, Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Morristown; died in Mendham, N. J.
Also Nos. 71910, 81449.


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Mrs. Carrie Suter Park.
DAR ID Number: 86206
Born in Taylor County, Iowa.
Wife of Roy W. Park.
Descendant of George Hall, Jr., as follows:
1. John J. Suter (b. 1841) m., 1875, Ida Vosburg (b. 1857).
2. Abram Vosburg (b. 1826) m., 1854, Martha Atkins (1838-1905).
3. John Atkins (1816-95) m., 1837, Amanda Hall (1817-81).
4. George Hall, Jr. (1779-1843), m. Polly Hall.
See No. 86204.


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Mrs. Lucy Cordelia Mcnees West.
DAR ID Number: 86433
Born in Memphis, Tenn.
Wife of John P. West.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson, as follows:
1. Arthur Russell McNees m. Clara Cordelia Davidson.
2. Quincy Davidson m. Cordelia King.
3. George W. Davidson m. Mary Randle.
4. George Davidson m. Barzilla Atkins.
[p.139] George Davidson (1750-90) was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of Rangers under Col. James Moore, and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 66341.


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Mrs. Anna Hinkley Basham.
DAR ID Number: 86662
Born in Brunswick, Maine.
Descendant of Amos Thompson, as follows:
1. Harden L. Hinkley (1833-75) m., 1861, Abbie C. Goud (1839-64).
2. Atkins L. Hinckley (1803-77) m., 1827, Elizabeth Thompson (1812-93).
3. Phineas Thompson m. 2nd, 1806, Mary Metcalf (1786-1819).
4. Amos Thompson m., 1774, Hannah Wooster (1751-1835).
Amos Thompson (1749-1835) enlisted, 1779, in Capt. Acter Patten's company, Col. Samuel McCobb's regiment, 1779, which marched on the Penobscot expedition. He was born in Brunswick; died in Bowdoin, Me.
Also No. 79886.


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Mrs. Hannah Hinckley Diggles.
DAR ID Number: 86664
Born in Lisbon, Maine.
Descendant of Amos Thompson, as follows:
1. Atkins L. Hinckley (1803-77) m., 1827, Elizabeth Thompson (1812-93).
See No. 86662.


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Mrs. Janie Mabel Hinds Saverance.
DAR ID Number: 86943
Born in Sumter County, S. C.
Wife of Robert C. Saverance.
Descendant of Joseph Gregg, as follows:
1. William Dawson Hinds (1830-93) m., 1877, Julia Hudson (b. 1848).
2. Thomas McDonough Hudson (1820-91) m., 1847, Jane Dogget (1828-1904).
3. Robert Hudson m., 1812, Margaret Gregg (1787-1828).
4. Joseph Gregg m. - Atkins.
Joseph Gregg (1740-1822) was a valiant Whig during the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in Marion District, S. C.


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Miss Eula Eugene Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 87003
Born in Wellville, Va.
Descendant of James Allen, as follows:
[p.2] 1. Dr. William Virgil Atkins (b. 1857) m., 1883, Henrietta Hoagland Budd (1863-1911).
2. Henry Hoagland Budd (1811-70) m. 2nd, 1862, Rosa Virginia Bondurant (1833-90).
3. James Bondurant (1779-1846) m., 1811, Sallie Josephine Watson (1791-1882).
4. Samuel Watson (1750-1806) m., 1766, Mary Ann Allen (b. 1751).
5. James Allen m., 1749, Mary Ann Biggar.
James Allen (1730-93) enlisted, 1777, as private in Capt. Joseph Smith's company, Col. Christian Febiger's regiment, 2nd Virginia brigade. He was born in Amelia County; died in Prince Edward County, Va.
NOTE.-The number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the Member of the Society.


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Mrs. Mary V. Atkins Jarrell.
DAR ID Number: 87004
Born in Wellville, Va.
Wife of Robert Scott Jarrell.
Descendant of James Allen, as follows:
1. Dr. William Virgil Atkins (b. 1857) m., 1883, Henrietta Hoagland Budd (1863-1911).
See No. 87003.


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Mrs. Stella Lowd Aldrich.
DAR ID Number: 87155
Born in North Adams, Mass.
Wife of Eugene F. Aldrich.
Descendant of Corp. Jacob Rice and of Amasa Shumway, as follows:
1. James Lawrence Lowd (b. 1846) m., 1868, Almira Samantha Rice (b. 1848).
2. Willis Rice (1811-71) m., 1834, Sarah Gleason Shumway (1816-1901).
3. Orris Rice (1780-1859) m., 1807, Permelia Atkins (1780-1834); Salem Shumway (1793-1824) m., 1814, Lydia Barrows (1796-1849).
4. Jacob Rice, m. Anna Hull; Amasa Shumway m., 1776, Sarah Gleason (1751-95).
Jacob Rice (1756-80) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Brackett's company, Colonel Douglass' regiment; also, 1777, as corporal in Capt. James Peck's company, Colonel Enos' regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in New Lebanon, N. Y.
Amasa Shumway (1756-1830) appears on the pension roll of Belchertown, Mass., for service as private in Captain Bardwell's company, Colonel Porter's regiment. He was born in Oxford, Mass.; died in Whitingham, Vt.


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[p.142] Mrs. Mabel J. Hasler Dodds.
DAR ID Number: 87465
Born in Eaton Rapids, Mich.
Wife of James R. Dodds.
Descendant of William Britton, as follows:
1. George Hasler m. Mary Atkins.
2. John Atkins m. Mary Whipple.
3. Ralph Atkins m. Lydia Hasler.
4. John Hasler m. Betsy Britton.
5. William Britton.
William Britton (1749-1844) received a pension on claim executed, 1819, for service as private in Captain Wiley's company, Colonel Brooks' Massachusetts regiment. He died in Atlas, Mich.


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Miss Janet Garland Farrar.
DAR ID Number: 88154
Born in Bristol, Va.
Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Dickinson, as follows:
1. George Martin Farrar (b. 1864) m. 1888 Flora McDonald (b. 1868).
2. David Shepherd Farrar (1825-67) m. 1858 Patsy Quarles Atkins (b. 1830).
3. Joseph Atkins m. Mary Mills Dickinson.
4. Richard Dickinson m. Ann Quarles.
5. Nathaniel Dickinson m. Elizabeth -.
Nathaniel Dickinson (1742-82) belonged to a family of patriots. He served in the militia of Spottsylvania County, Va.; where he was born and died.
Also No. 66435.


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Mrs. Anna Riordan Morey.
DAR ID Number: 89019
Born in Columbus, Ohio.
Wife of Charles F. Morey.
Descendant of John Wright, as follows:
1. Henry Clay Riordan (1827-1904) m. 1854 Stella Turner (b. 1829).
2. George Turner (1794-1886) m. 1822 Emily Atkins (1804-41).
3. Quintus Flaminius Atkins (1782-1859) m. 1804 Sally Wright (1784-1853).
4. John Wright m. Sarah Case.
John Wright (1743-1825) was a private in Capt. Edward Shipman's company, Col. Charles Webb's Continental regiment. He was born in Goshen, Conn.; died in Summit County, Ohio.
Also No. 68330.


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Miss Margarette Street.
DAR ID Number: 90692
Born in Guntersville, Ala.
Descendant of Col. Arthur Campbell, as follows:
1. Oliver Day Street (b. 1866) m. 1892 Mary Emma Lusk (b. 1872).
2. Thomas Atkins Street (1838-1904) m. 1865 Julia Ann Beard (b. 1845).
3. Arthur Campbell Beard (1810-77) m. 1832 Pheriba Jane Moore (1816-53).
4. William Beard (1781-1853) m. 1807 Mary Hamilton Campbell (1785-1850).
5. Arthur Campbell m. 1773 Margaret Campbell (1753-1813).
Arthur Campbell (1743-1811) who had fought in the early wars, was colonel of Virginia militia, 1780. He was born in Augusta County, died in Washington County, Va.
Also No. 59035.


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Mrs. Emma Ashley Fuller.
DAR ID Number: 90960
Born in Greenville, Mich.
Wife of A. C. Fuller.
Descendant of Col. Ralph Cross, Jr., as follows:
1. Frank Ashley (b. 1848) m. 1871 Frances E. Miller (b. 1852).
2. Charles Carroll Miller (1830-1907) m. 1848 Miriam Dyer (b. 1830).
3. Ebenezer Dyer m. Mary Cross (1800-86).
4. Eben Cross (1766-98) m. 1790 Abigail Webb (d. 1818).
5. Ralph Cross, Jr., m. Miriam Atkins.
Ralph Cross, Jr., (1738-1810), in 1782 commanded the 2nd Essex County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Newburyport, Mass.
Also No. 68560.


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Miss Harriet Evaline Scott.
DAR ID Number: 91615
Born in Ballard, Wash.
Descendant of Eleazer Scott, as follows:
1. Andrew Culbertson Scott (b. 1826) m. 1890 Cynthia W. Atkins (b. 1851).
2. William Henry Scott (1806-66) m. 1824 Ann Culbertson (1805-32).
3. Eleazer Scott m. 1773 Lois - (1756-1835).
Eleazer Scott (1746-1840) served as private in Capt. Ichabod Hinckley's company, Col. Charles Webb's regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Litchfield, Conn.; died in Allen, N. Y.


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Mrs. Lucy Parker Roddenbery.
DAR ID Number: 91680
Born in Grayson County, Texas.
Wife of Robert S. Roddenbery.
Descendant of Col. William Candler, Sergt. Jacob Parker and Ica Atkins, as follows:
1. Daniel Hall Parker (b. 1845) m. 1866 Ann Virginia Pruett (b. 1848).
2. Cadar A. Parker (1810-86) m. 1830 Louisa Candler (1804-90).
3. Mark A. Candler (d. 1828) m. - Young; Ica Parker (1780-1855) m. 1803 Nancy Pope (1782-1842).
See No. 91617.
4. Jacob Parker m. 1779 Mary Atkins (1764-1809).
5. Ica Atkins m. 1763 Polly - (d. 1800).
Jacob Parker (1758-1812) served as sergeant in Capt. Ebenezer Folsom's company, Cumberland County, North Carolina militia, 1783. He was born in North Carolina; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Ica Atkins (1743-1802) was a justice of the peace, 1776, and a member of the General Assembly from North Carolina, 1783. He was born in Surry County, Va.; died in Cumberland County, N. C.


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Mrs. Grace Dyer Smith.
DAR ID Number: 92320
Born in Calais, Me.
Wife of Frank Birge Smith.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Knight, as follows:
1. George W. Dyer (1823-89) m. 1848 Mary E. S. Kelly (1828-63).
2. Jones Dyer (b. 1776) m. 1805 Lydia Knight (1789-1865).
3. Jonathan Knight m. Mary Atkins (1748-1824).
Jonathan Knight (1740-1828) served as 2nd lieutenant on schooner “Delight,” commanded by Capt. John Lambert, 1776. He was born in Black Point; died in Calais, Me.


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Miss Gertrude Foster.
DAR ID Number: 92949
Born in Lancaster, S. C.
Descendant of Capt. John Foster and of William McDonald, as follows:
1. Joseph Henry Foster, M. D. (1835-85) m. 1869 Charlotte Rebecca Brown (b. 1849).
2. John Foster, Jr. (1785-1868) m. 2nd 1818 Ann Kelsey Cantzon (1795-1846).
3. John Foster m. 1783 Mary Atkins (b. 1764); Daniel Washington Brown (d. 1892) m. 1843 Elizabeth Amanda Barnes (1820-91).
4. John Brown (1792-1850) m. 1811 Thirsa P. McDonald (1795-1862).
5. William McDonald, Jr. (1774-1801), m. 1794 Mary McDonald (1777-96).
6. William McDonald m. 1775 Charlotte Massey (b. 1754).
John Foster (1752-1812) served as captain in Lieut.-Col. Henry Hampton's regiment, South Carolina Light Dragoons. He was born in Lancaster, Pa.; died in Lancaster County, S. C.
William McDonald (1749-1804), in 1777-78, served as private in Capt. Henry Lee's 1st regiment, Light Dragoons, Continental troops. He was born and died in Chester District, S. C.
Also No. 73123.



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Mrs. Julia L. Hudson Hinds.
DAR ID Number: 93172
Born in Sumter, S. C.
Wife of William D. Hinds.
Descendant of Joseph Gregg, as follows:
1. Thomas McDonough Hudson (1820-91) m. 1847 Jane Doggett (1828-1904).
2. Robert Hudson (1786-1861) m. 1812 Margaret Gregg (1828-87).
3. Joseph Gregg m. Misi Atkins.
Joseph Gregg (1740-1822) was a valiant Whig during the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in Marion District, S. C.
Also No. 86943.


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[p.68] Mrs. Elizabeth Culver Hotchkiss.
DAR ID Number: 93207
Born in Waterbury, Conn.
Wife of Hooker Hotchkiss.
Descendant of Amos Culver, as follows:
1. Henry Hotchkiss (1812-93) m. 1835 Rosette Beecher (1816-97).
2. Argus Beecher (1793-1875) m. 1813 Susanna Culver (1794-1836).
3. Amos Culver m. Sarah Rogers Atkins (1756-1845).
Amos Culver (1748-1830) served, 1779, in Captain Williams' company, Lieut.-Col. Nathan Gallup's regiment at Fort Griswold. He was born in Waterbury; died in Naugatuck, Conn.
Also No. 81216.


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Mrs. Jessie Wright Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 93830
Born in Granville, Ohio.
Wife of George Atkins.
Descendant of Phillip White, as follows:
1. Spencer J. Wright m. Sarah M. C. Lang.
2. John L. Lang m. Sarah Greeley White.
3. William White m. Sarah Greeley.
4. John White m. Betty French.
5. Phillip White m. Ruth Brown.
Phillip White (1729-1811) was a member of the Committee of Safety and of the Provincial Congress of New Hampshire. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Southington, N. H.
Also No. 89253.


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Miss Gertrude Fox.
DAR ID Number: 93927
Born in Pine Bluff, Ark.
Descendant of Sergt. Abiel Harding and of Capt. Whittaker Campbell, as follows:
1. Fred Fox (b. 1853) m. 1876 Olive Atkins (b. 1855).
2. Henry Newton Atkins (1832-62) m. 1851 Saphronia Harding (1832-69); Edward Campbell Fox (1829-64) m. 1852 John Ella Carlton (1835-1904).
See No. 93926.
3. Dexter Harding (1797-1862) m. Jane Allen.
4. Abiel Harding m. 1786 Olive Smith.
Abiel Harding (1760-1849) served as a private, 1777, under Col. David Wells; 1780, under Colonel Murray, and as sergeant, 1781, Colonel Sears, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Woodstock, Conn.; died in Barre, N. Y.
Also No. 78693.


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Mrs. Ella Branner Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 94278
Born in Jefferson City, Tenn.
Wife of Bishop James Atkins.
Descendant of Lieut. Robert Love, as follows:
1. Joseph A. Branner m. Mary Josephine Love.
2. James Robert Love m. Maria Cowman.
3. Robert Love m. Mary Ann Dillard.
Robert Love (1760-1845) was placed on the pension roll of North Carolina for service as segeant and lieutenant, Virginia troops. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died in Waynesville, N. C.


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Mrs. Alice Isbell Lowd Howard.
DAR ID Number: 94828
Born in Berkshire County, Mass.
Wife of Frank John Howard.
Descendant of Amasa Shumway, Amos Rice, Corp. Jacob Rice, Corp. Solomon Lowd, Simon Gleason, Jeremiah Hull, and Sergt. Asa Andrews, as follows:
1. James L. Lowd (b. 1846) m. 2nd 1868 Almira Samantha Rice (b. 1848).
2. Oliver B. Lowd (1811-96) m. 2nd 1838 Augusta M. Tenney (1821-1904); Capt. Willis Rice (1811-71) m. 1834 Sarah Gleason Shumway (1816-1901).
[p.249] 3. Solomon Lowd, Jr. (1779-1812), m. 1800 Sarah Dame (1780-1812); Salem Shumway (1793-1824) m. 1814 Lydia Barrows (1796-1849); Orris Rice (1780-1857) m. 1807 Pamelia Atkins (1783-1834).
4. Solomon Lowd m. 1770 Sarah Heard (1745-1815); Amasa Shumway m. 1776 Sarah Gleason (1757-95); Jacob Rice m. 1779 Anna Hull (1758-1825); Solomon Barrows (1752-1841) m. 1793 Chloe Andrews (1775-1850).
5. Amos Rice m. 1754 Sarah Moss (1734-67); Simon Gleason m. 1746 Charity Bellows (1728-1801); Jeremiah Hull m. 1753 Mary Merriman (1730-74); Asa Andrews m. 1768 Chloe Andrews (1748-75).
Amasa Shumway (1756-1830) appears on the pension roll of Belchertown, Mass., for service as private in Captain Bardwell's company, Colonel Porter's regiment. He was born in Oxford, Mass.; died in Whittingham, Vt.
Jacob Rice (1756-80) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Brackett's company, Colonel Douglass' regiment; also, 1777, as corporal in Capt. James Peck's company, Colonel Enos' regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in New Lebanon, N. Y.
Also No. 87155.
Amos Rice (1734-94) served as private in Capt. Enoch Reed's company, Col. Josiah Starr's regiment. He was born and died in Wallingford, Conn.
Also No. 83045.
Solomon Lowd (1740-1810) served as corporal in Capt. George Turner's company, New Hampshire Field Artillery. He was born and died in Portsmouth, N. H.
Simon Gleason (1713-93) served as private in Capt. John Town's company, Col. Jonathan Holmes regiment of Massachusetts troops. He was born in Framingham; died in Oxford, Mass.
Jeremiah Hull (1729-90) was a patriot who signed the Oath of Fidelity of Wallingford, Conn., where he was born and died.
Asa Andrews served as private and sergeant, 1777, in Captain Durkee's company, Col. Wylly's regiment, Continental troops. He was born, 1746, in Withersfield; died in Newington, Conn.


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Mrs. Leah Cone Darrow.
DAR ID Number: 95004
Born in Norfolk, Conn.
Wife of Eugene P. Darrow.
Descendant of Joseph Jones and of Daniel Hurlbut Cone, as follows:
1. Joseph Warren Cone (b. 1824) m. 1846 Martha Northway (1821-1902).
2. Warren Cone (1789-1852) m. 1812 Laura Jones (1790-1802).
3. Daniel Hurlbut Cone m. 1776 Elizabeth Atkins (1755-1829); Joseph Jones m. 1771 Abigail Seward (1754-1831).
Daniel Hurlbut Cone (1753-1841) served as a private in Capt. Return Jonathan Meigs' company, Col. Joseph Spencer's regiment at the siege of Boston. He served several enlistments, was at Germantown and in the artillery service at the battle of Monmouth. He was a pensioner when he died at Winchester, Conn. He was born in Middletown Conn.
Also No. 54099.
Joseph Jones (1750-1832) received a pension for service as private under Capt. Titus Watson, Colonels Hinman and Burrell, Connecticut Line. He died in Norfolk, Conn.


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Mrs. Ida M. Lewis Maclean.
DAR ID Number: 95874
Born in Cheshire, Conn.
Wife of George Hill MacLean.
Descendant of Josiah Atkins, as follows:
1. Elliott Lewis (1848-1908) m. 1870 Harriett Cook (b. 1849).
2. Lucien Lewis (1804-82) m. Susan Hitchcock (1813-75).
3. Ashael Lewis (1772-1808) m. Sarah Atkins (1780-1861).
4. Josiah Atkins m. 1779 Sarah Rogers (1756-1845).
Josiah Atkins (1749-81) served as private in Captain Benton's company, Col. Isaac Sherman's 5th regiment, Continental Line. He was born in Wolcott, Conn.; died in hospital on field.
Also No. 83061.


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Mrs. Viola Ellis Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 96529
Born in Garnanillo, Iowa.
Wife of Edward Payson Atkins.
Descendant of Silvanus Travis, as follows:
1. Nicoll W. Ellis (1824-94) m. 2nd 1851 Anna Smith (1831-70).
2. Moses Ellis m. Mary Travis.
3. Silvanus Travis m. 1st Rhoda -.
[p.167] Silvanus Travis (1755-1842) enlisted from Dutchess County, N. Y., for the war in Lamb's Continental Artillery. He applied for a pension, 1828, in Seneca County, N. Y. His claim was allowed. He was born in Dutchess County; died in Lodi, N. Y.
Also No. 59021.


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Mrs. Jessie Estell Atkins Greene.
DAR ID Number: 96530
Born in Dickinson County, Iowa.
Wife of Harold Greene.
Descendant of Silvanus Travis, as follows:
1. Edward Payson Atkinson (b. 1848) m. 1874 Viola Ellis (b. 1855).
See No. 96529.



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Miss Grace H. Blanchard.
DAR ID Number: 96922
Born in Dorchester, Mass.
Descendant of Reuben Putnam, as follows:
1. Edward Richmond Blanchard m. 1865 Anna Quincy.
2. Silas Atkins Quincy (1802-87) m. 1834 Hannah Putnam (1812-59).
3. Mason Putnam (1784-1872) m. 1807 Alona Holbrook (1786-1827).
4. Reuben Putnam m. Elizabeth Mason.
Reuben Putnam (1757-97) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. Nathaniel Clap's company, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment, 1778. He was born and died in Sutton, Mass.
Also No. 61175.


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Mrs. Leonora Emma Eichelberger Scarborough.
DAR ID Number: 98850
Born in Laurens County, S. C.
Wife of H. L. Scarborough.
Descendant of Joseph Gregg, as follows:
1. Walter H. Eichelberger (1845-73) m. 1866 Martha E. Thompson (b. 1848).
2. Judge Hilliard Thompson (1816-50) m. Margaret Louise Hudson (1818-95).
3. Robert Hudson (1786-1861) m. 1812 Margaret Gregg (1787-1828).
4. Joseph Gregg m. 2nd - Atkins.
Joseph Gregg (1740-1822) was a valiant Whig during the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in Marion District, S. C.
Also No. 93172.


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Miss Miriam Everett Parker.
DAR ID Number: 99546
Born in Charlotte, N. C.
Descendant of John Anthony and Howell Parker, as follows:
1. Charles W. Parker (b. 1866) m. 1892 Louise Anthony (b. 1871).
2. Mumford Stone Parker (b. 1827) m. 1857 Molly Shankle (b. 1838); John F. Anthony (1835-72) m. 1861 Abigail Everett.
3. William Parker (1781-1872) m. 1803 Mary Atkins (1783-1837); James Anthony (1808-72) m. 1834 Louisa Timberlake (1810-82).
4. Howell Parker m. 1780 Elizabeth Loftin; John Anthony m. 1785 Elizabeth Lochlane (1768-1851).
John Anthony (1744-1846) served as a private in the Virginia Continental Line, 1781. He was born in Halifax County; died in Hanover County, Va.
Howell Parker (1757-96) served, 1777-82, in the North Carolina Continental Line. He was born and died in Surry County, N. C.
Also No. 70862.


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[p.258] Mrs. Edith Lockard Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 99836
Born in Franklin, Pa.
Wife of Horace H. Atkins.
Descendant of Capt.-Lieut. William Dana, as follows:
1. Lorenzo B. Lockard (1838-1908) m. 1859 Phœbe Archbold (1840-95).
2. Israel Archbold m. Frances Foster Dana.
3. William Dana, Jr., m. Polly Foster.
4. William Dana m. Mary Bancroft.
William Dana (1745-1809) served as sergeant of minute men at the Lexington Alarm, as lieutenant of artillery at Bunker Hill and was captain-lieutenant of artillery under Col. Henry Knox. He was born in Brighton, Mass.; died in Belpre, Ohio.
Also No. 72936.


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Mrs. Edna Leeds Sandford.
DAR ID Number: 101138
Born in Chelsea, Mass.
Wife of Herbert Valentine Sandford.
Descendant of Samuel Leeds and of Samuel Leeds, Jr., as follows:
1. Henry Leeds, Jr. (1833-94), m. 1859 Melissa A. Nash (b. 1839).
2. Henry Leeds (1803-86) m. 1832 Mary Smith (1811-83).
3. Samuel Leeds (1769-1851) m. 1790 Martha Faxon (1771-1844).
4. Samuel Leeds, Jr., m. 1766 Ann Atkins (d. 1808).
5. Samuel Leeds m. 1734 Thankful Bird (1710-78).
Samuel Leeds (1709-78) served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Dorchester, Mass., where he was born and died.
Samuel Leeds, Jr. (1735-1814), served in the defense of Dorchester, where he was born and died.
Also No. 47718.


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Mrs. Gertrude Churchill Dyer.
DAR ID Number: 101305
Born in Kingston, Mass.
Wife of Walter Atkins Dyer.
Descendant of Corp. Judah Washburn, as follows:
1. Henry Purkett Churchill (1832-67) m. 1856 Anne Jaffray Washburn (b. 1835).
See No. 101304.


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Mrs. Ruth Dyer Merriam.
DAR ID Number: 101306
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Irving R. Merriam.
Descendant of Corp. Judah Washburn, as follows:
1. Walter Atkins Dyer (b. 1856) m. 1888 Gertrude Churchill (b. 1861).
2. Henry Purkett Churchill (1832-67) m. 1856 Anne Jaffray Washburn (b. 1835).
See No. 101304.


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Mrs. Emma Louise Horsfall Brewster.
DAR ID Number: 101671
Born in Hartford, Conn.
Wife of Robert Morgan Brewster.
Descendant of Hezekiah Sears and of Jabez Arnold, as follows:
1. Luke Horsfall (1849-1909) m. 1872 Martha Carolyn Arnold (1849-86).
2. Talcott Atkins Arnold (1812-97) m. 1834 Caroline Holmes (1816-65).
3. Samuel Brown Prince Arnold (1762-1832) m. Tamsen Sears (b. 1765).
4. Hezekiah Sears m. 1755 Deborah Spencer (1736-1809); Jabez Arnold m. 1760 Martha Freeman (1742-1819).
Hezekiah Sears (1728-1801) served on the committee to furnish supplies for the army, from Haddam, Conn., where he died. He was born in Yarmouth, Mass.
Jabez Arnold (1738-1822), who had served in the early wars, volunteered, 1775, and was in the battle of Bunker Hill in the regiment from Middlesex County. He was born and died in Haddam Neck, Conn.
Also No. 69301.


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Mrs. Fannie E. Willey Williams.
DAR ID Number: 103061
Born in Batavia, N. Y.
Wife of Myron L. Williams.
Descendant of Jonathan Clark, as follows:
1. Curtis B. Willey (1820-88) m. 1852 Sarah Clark (1825-1902).
2. Joseph Clark (1790-1879) m. 2nd 1825 Patty Gurney (1794-1881).
3. Jonathan Clark m. 1777 Susan - (or Betsey Atkins).
Jonathan Clark (1755-1846) served as private under Captains Cushing, Smith, and Moulton, Colonels Grayton, Gill, and Poor, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Washington, N. H.


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Miss Edna Louise Pack.
DAR ID Number: 103404
Born in Manning, S. C.
Descendant of Joseph Gregg, as follows:
1. William Simonton Pack (b. 1861) m. 1883 Mary Louisa Wilder (b. 1863).
2. Joseph Murrell Wilder (1834-81) m. 1860 Frances Annette Thompson (1841-83).
3. Hillard Thompson (1816-50) m. Margaret Louisa Hudson (1818-95).
4. Robert Hudson (1786-1861) m. 1812 Margaret Gregg (1787-1828).
5. Joseph Gregg m. 2nd - Atkins.
Joseph Gregg (1740-1822) was a valiant Whig during the Revolution. He was born in Ireland; died in Marion District, S. C.
Also No. 86943.


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Miss Louise Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 103744
Born in Gardiner, Me.
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Foster, as follows:
1. George Watkins (1827-1903) m. 1853 Helen E. Foster (1828-1907).
2. Nathan Foster (1798-1877) m. 1825 Hannah Fairbanks (1800-68).
3. David Foster (1753-1820) m. 1783 Melicent Howe (1762-1836).
4. Timothy Foster m. 1744 Sibyl Freeman (1723-1813).
Timothy Foster (1720-85) was chosen ensign, 1775, of the militia company of Winthrop, Me., and, 1777, became captain. He was born in Wrentham, Mass.; died in Winthrop, Me.
Also No. 88321.


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Mrs. Etta Crandall Stansbury.
DAR ID Number: 104330
Born in Waynesville, Ohio.
Wife of Robert Madison Stansbury.
Descendant of Corp. John Heaton, as follows:
1. William Crandall (1808-74) m. 1866 Nannie H. Atkins (1836-1908).
2. Jerry Atkins (1812-48) m. 1830 Mary Ann Heaton (1814-64).
3. John Heaton, Jr. (1778-1856), m. 1799 Martha Stone (1784-1842).
4. John Heaton m. 1776 Ann Stone (1759-99).
John Heaton (1756-78) served as corporal in Capt. Nathan Reid's company, 14th Virginia regiment, 1778. He was born in England; died at Valley Forge.


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Mrs. Annie Sanford Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 105198
Born in Thomasville, Ga.
Wife of Michael Isaac Atkins.
Descendant of Maj. Thaddeus Beall, as follows:
1. Wade Sanford (1822-66) m. 1854 Ann Elizabeth Beall (b. 1838).
2. Charles Colton Beall (1796-1874) m. 1825 Elefare Dennard (1808-56).
3. Jeremiah Beall (1770-1816) m. 1795 Elizabeth Colton (1775-1846).
4. Thaddeus Beall m. 1767 Amelia Jane Beall (1744-1805).
Thaddeus Beall served as private in Capt. Edward Burges' company, lieutenant in the 1st Maryland Flying Camp, 1776, promoted captain and brigade major. He was born in Frederick County, Md.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
Also No. 93713.


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Mrs. Mattie Mcdannold Montfort.
DAR ID Number: 105553
Born in Covington, Ky.
Wife of Dr. Warren Montfort.
Descendant of Jeremiah Wilson, as follows:
1. George Washington McDannold (b. 1835) m. 1870 Laura Powell (b. 1850).
2. Garland Webb Powell (1826-50) m. 1850 Martha Atkins (1823-1904).
3. Burris Atkins (d. 1827) m. Evalyn Wilson (1800-81).
4. Jeremiah Wilson m. Rhoda Sutton.
Jeremiah Wilson (1762-1834) was placed on the pension roll of Woodford County, Ky., 1832, for service as private, Virginia Line. He was born in Albemarle County, Va.; died in Woodford County, Ky.
Also No. 36121.


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Mrs. Byrdie Daniel O'Callaghan.
DAR ID Number: 107178
Born in Eastman, Ga.
Wife of Homer Milton O'Callaghan.
Descendant of Stewart Hamilton, Thomas Haynes, Sergt. Stephen Mitchell, John Daniel, William Gordon, Joseph Buffington, Ensign Aaron Daniel, Levi Harrall and Ica Atkins, as follows:
1. William Byrd Daniel (b. 1859) m. 1884 Mary Jordan Mitchell (b. 1867).
2. John M. Daniel (1835-64) m. 1855 Elizabeth J. Harrall (b. 1840); James Burwell Mitchell (1834-1911) m. 1860 Mary Orleans Ryan (1841-84).
3. Moses Daniel (1804-42) m. 1831 Luelinda Evans (1813-40); John Vass Mitchell (1806-54) m. 1823 Jeannette Atkins (1806-71); Wright W. Harrall (1819-1905) m. 1859 Sarah Ann Hamilton (1824-98); Charles Eaton Ryan (1814-80) m. 1838 Mary Ann Buffington (1817-54).
4. John Daniel m. 1799 Rebecca Stevens (1763-1825); Stephen Mitchell, Jr. (1784-1853), m. Margaret Vass (1784-1848); Ica Atkins, Jr. (1763-1832), m. Mary Gordon (1773-1836); Samuel Buffington (1771-1834) m. 1807 Mary Ayres; Levi Harrall, Jr. (1777-1865), m. 1808 Elizabeth Holt (1792-1876); William Hamilton m. Elizabeth Brown; Daniel L. Ryan (1783-1831) m. 1808 Mary Haynes (1790-1829).
5. Aaron Daniel m. Betsey Whitfield (b. 1740); Stephen Mitchell m. 1783 Celia Batts (1763-1820); Stewart Hamilton m. Clarissa - Thomas Haynes m. 1782 Frances Stith (d. 1815); William Gordon m. 1760 Elizabeth Bacon (b. 1741); Joseph Buffington m. 1759 Mary A. Few (b. 1741); Ica Atkins m. Nancy Hutchens; Levi Harrall m. 1st 1776 Mrs. Cole (1756-1804).
Stewart Hamilton served as a private in the 10th North Carolina Continental regiment, 1781-82, Captain Bailey's company. He was born, 1750; died in Georgia.
Also No. 52478.
Thomas Haynes (1748-1823) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Halifax County, N. C. He was born in Mecklenburg County, Va.; died in Columbia County, Ga.
Stephen Mitchell was a sergeant in Capt. George Lambert's company, 14th Virginia regiment, Col. Charles Lewis in command. He was born in Scotland; died in Montgomery County, Ala.
[p.60] John Daniel (1760-1830) was a private in Capt. Moses Pearson's company, Col. Francis Marion's brigade, 1780-82. He was born in South Carolina; died in Dodge County, Ga.
William Gordon, in 1779, served as a private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Joseph Buffington (1737-98) served as a private in the South Carolina troops. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Spartanburg, S. C.
Aaron Daniel served as ensign, 1775, and was a member of Committee of Observation. He was born in North Carolina; died in South Carolina.
Levi Harrall (1750-90) in 1782 was a private in Col. Benton's North Carolina regiment. He was born in Anson County, N. C.; died in Orangeburg District, S. C.
Ica Atkins served in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Cumberland County, N. C., and, in 1783, was living there.


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Mrs. Meda Keene Knapp.
DAR ID Number: 107745
Born in Calais, Me.
Wife of Charles E. Knapp.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Knight and of Isaac Keen, as follows:
1. William Frederick Keene (1843-96) m. 1864 Margaret Jackson (b. 1844).
2. William Keene (1805-84) m. 1831 Anne B. Lumbert (d. 1902).
3. Jarius Keen (1776-1844) m. Lucy Knight (1785-1866).
4. Isaac Keen m. Bethiah Toby (1739-1811); Paul Knight m. Hannah Whitney.
5. Jonathan Knight m. Mary Atkins (1745-1824).
Jonathan Knight (1740-1828) served as a 2nd lieutenant on the schooner “Delight,” commanded by Capt. John Lambert, 1776. He was born in Black Point; died in Calais, Me.
Also No. 92320.
Isaac Keen (1737-1830) served as private in Capt. Benjamin Wadsworth's Duxbury company, Col. James Warren's regiment, which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Duxbury, Mass.
Also No. 97523.


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Mrs. Mary Mitchell Daniel.
DAR ID Number: 108092
Born in Hawkinsville, Ga.
Wife of William Byrd Daniel
Descendant of Stephen Mitchell, Thomas Haynes, Joseph Buffington, William Gordon, Ica Atkins, and Ica Atkins, Jr., as follows:
[p.28] 1. James Burwell Mitchell (1834-1911) m. 1860 Mary Orleans Ryan (1841-84).
2. John Vass Mitchell (1806-54) m. 1823 Jennette Atkins (1806-71); Charles Eaton Ryan (1814-80) m. 1838 Mary Anne Buffington (1817-54).
3. Stephen Mitchell (1784-1853) m. Margaret Vass (1784-1848); Dennis L. Ryan (1783-1831) m. 1808 Mary Haynes (1790-1829); Samuel Buffington (b. 1774) m. 1807 Mary Ayres; Ica Atkins, Jr., m. Mary Gordon (1773-1836).
4. Stephen Mitchell m. 1783 Celia Batts (1763-1820); Thomas Haynes m. 1782 Frances Steth (d. 1815); Joseph Buffington m. 1759 Mary Aston Few (b. 1741); William Gordon m. 1760 Elizabeth Bacon (b. 1741); Ica Atkins m. Nancy Hutchins.
Stephen Mitchell was a sergeant in Capt. George Lambert's company, 14th Virginia regiment, Col. Charles Lewis in command. He was born in Scotland; died in Montgomery County, Ala.
Thomas Haynes (1748-1823) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Halifax County, N. C. He was born in Mecklenburg County, Va.; died in Columbia County, Ga.
Joseph Buffington (1737-98) served as a private in the South Carolina troops. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Spartanburg, S. C.
William Gordon in 1779 served as a private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Ica Atkins served in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Cumberland County, N. C., and, in 1783, was living there.
Also No. 107178.
Ica Atkins, Jr. (1763-1832), received a land grant for service as private, Georgia Line. He was born in Cumberland County, N. C.; died in Pulaski County, Ga.


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Miss Annie E. Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 108254
Born in Johnson County, Mo.
Descendant of Capt. Gabriel Jones, as follows:
1. William Jackson Atkins (1857-84) m. 1878 Mary Hyle Baker (b. 1860).
2. Thomas S. Baker (1831-1910) m. 1856 Ann Dudley Hughes (b. 1836).
3. Dudley Hughes (1789-1837) m. Elizabeth Ashby Jones (1798-1855).
4. Robert Jones m. Betty Ashby.
5. Gabriel Jones m. Martha Slaughter.
Gabriel Jones commanded a company from Culpeper County, Va., and died in service. His will was probated in Culpeper County, 1776. He was born in Essex County, Va.
Also No. 104392.


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Mrs. Maude Celestia Wilson Mcintosh.
DAR ID Number: 108409
Born in Sumter County, S. C.
Wife of John F. McIntosh, Jr.
Descendant of Joseph Gregg, as follows:
1. James William Wilson (1847-1904) m. 1872 Margaret Hudson (b. 1853).
2. Thomas McDonough Hudson (1820-91) m. 1847 Ann Jane Doggett (1828-1904).
3. Robert Hudson (1786-1861) m. 1812 Margaret Gregg (1787-1828).
4. Joseph Gregg m. - Atkins.
Joseph Gregg (1740-1822) was a valiant Whig during the Revolution.
He was born in Londonderry, Ireland; died in Marion District, S. C.
Also No. 86943.


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Mrs. Jennie L. Bacon Fletcher.
DAR ID Number: 108569
Born in Cuba.
Wife of Samuel Pratt Fletcher.
Descendant of Joseph Hagar, Jr., as follows:
1. Francis Walker Bacon (1812-88) m. 1847 Jane Atkins Hagar (1813-52).
2. Uriah Hagar m. 1803 Jane Atkins.
3. Joseph Hagar, Jr., m. 1764 Lois Fiske.
[p.172] Joseph Hagar, Jr. (1736-76), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Waltham, Mass., where he was born and died.
Also No. 35844.



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Mrs. Beulah Atkins Hill.
DAR ID Number: 109291
Born in Vernon County, Mo.
Wife of Richard Hill.
Descendant of Alexander Elliott, as follows:
1. James Cary Atkins (b. 1859) m. 1885 Martha Cora Roberts (b. 1867).
2. James Gilmer Atkins (1828-1903) m. 1850 Elizabeth Elliott (1832-1912).
3. George Campbell Elliott (1793-1863) m. 1815 Martha Hughes.
4. Alexander Elliott m. 1st 1790 Nancy Campbell.
Alexander Elliott (1765-1852) enlisted, 1776, as midshipman under his father, Capt. George Elliott, on the “Safe Guard.” In 1832, he applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Virginia; died in Adair County, Ky.
Also No. 89903.


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Mrs. Glenn Gaddy Beane.
DAR ID Number: 109860
Born in Cedar Hill, N. C.
Wife of J. R. L. Beane.
Descendant of Howell Parker, as follows:
1. Joseph T. Gaddy (b. 1838) m. 1865 Sara Randle (b. 1841).
2. William H. Randle (1813-91) m. Mary Anne Parker (1818-95).
3. William Parker (1781-1873) m. 1803 Mary Atkins (1783-1837).
4. Howell Parker m. 1780 Elizabeth Loftin (b. 1756).
[p.271] Howell Parker (1757-96) served, 1777-82, in the North Carolina Continental Line. He was born and died in Surry County, N. C.
Also No. 99546.


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Miss Harriett Kendall Burr.
DAR ID Number: 110080
Born in Lawrence, Kans.
Descendant of Corp. Daniel Murphy, as follows:
1. David Burr (1845-1908) m. 1871 Harriett E. Murphy (b. 1850).
2. Coolidge Bliss Murphy (1823-73) m. 1846 Mary Atkins (1827-95).
3. Elijah Murphy (1790-1835) m. Elizabeth Bliss (d. 1868).
4. Daniel Murphy m. Elizabeth Knowlton (b. 1745).
Daniel Murphy (1744-1808) served as a corporal in Capt. Isaac Colton's company, Col. David Brewer's regiment. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass.
Also No. 21706.


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Mrs. Susie Warren Maddox.
DAR ID Number: 110985
Born in Belleview, Va.
Wife of William Arthur Maddox.
Descendant of Samuel Selden, John Hoskins, and Samuel Gaylord, as follows:
1. Charles Crocker Warner (b. 1850) m. 1882 Katherine Waring Hoskins (b. 1854).
2. Dr. Richard Warner (1794-1853) m. 2nd 1844 Mary Gaylord (1808-87); John Thomas Hoskins (1817-90) m. 1853 Hannah Ware (1833-1913).
3. Selden Warner m. 1788 Dorothy Selden (1766-1825); Thomas Hoskins (1779-1836) m. 1809 Ann Buckner (1785-1864); Samuel Gaylord, Jr. (b. 1782), m. Polly Pons Starr (1781-1812).
4. John Hoskins m. 1778 Elizabeth Chaney (1760-1825); Samuel Gaylord m. 1779 Azubah Atkins (1753-1825); Samuel Selden m. 1745 Elizabeth Ely.
Samuel Selden (1725-76) raised a regiment in Hadlyme, Conn., and equipped and paid it at his own expense. He was born in Hadlyme, Conn.; died in New York, N. Y.
John Hoskins (1751-1813) was captain in King and Queen County, Virginia militia. He was born and died in King and Queen County, Va.
Samuel Gaylord (1754-1813) served as private, 1775, in Capt. Ebenezer Hill's company, Col. Charles Webb's regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Middletown, Conn.; died in Stow, Ohio.


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Miss Blanche Ellen Nichols.
DAR ID Number: 112449
Born in Middletown, Conn.
Descendant of David Coe and of William Ward, as follows:
1. George Hull Nichols (b. 1862) m. 1886 Emily M. Woodworth (b. 1863).
2. Russell Nichols (1825-91) m. 1861 Ellen Hull (1833-68).
3. Sylvanus Nichols (1801-59) m. 1822 Diantha Ward (1794-1881).
4. David Ward m. 1791 Rhoda Coe (b. 1771).
5. Nathan Coe (1742-96) m. 1767 Abigail Parsons (d. 1818); Edward Ward m. Lydia Atkins (b. 1747).
6. David Coe m. 1740 Hannah Camp (1720-1808); William Ward m. 1742 Martha Bow (1718-70).
David Coe (1717-1807) served on the committee to provide for the families of soldiers who enlisted for three years during the war. He was born in Stratford; died in Middlefield, Conn.
Also No. 51758.
William Ward (1720-86) served on committees to provide necessities for Revolutionary soldiers, 1777-79. He was born and died in Middletown, Conn.
Also No. 63936.


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Mrs. Bessie Mae Daniel Patterson.
DAR ID Number: 112821
Born in Eastman, Ga.
Wife of Reese Patterson.
Descendant of John Daniel, Thomas Haynes, Stewart Hamilton, Joseph Buffington, Levi Harrell, Sergt. Stephen Mitchell, William Gordon, Aaron Daniel and Ica Atkins, as follows:
1. William Byrd Daniel (1859-1920) m. 1884 Mary Jordan Mitchell (b. 1867).
2. John M. Daniel (b. 1835) m. 1855 Elizabeth Harrell or Howell (b. 1840); James Burwell Mitchell (1834-1911) m. 1860 Mary Orleans Ryan.
3. Moses Daniel (1804-42) m. 1831 Leulinda Evans; John Vass Mitchell (1806-1854) m. 1823 Janet Atkins (1806-71); Charles Eaton Ryan (1814-80) m. 1838 Mary Ann Buffington (1817-54); Wright W. Harrell (1819-1905) m. 1839 Sarah Ann Hamilton (1824-98).
4. John Daniel m. 1799 Rebecca Stevens (1763-1825); Ica Atkins, Jr. (1763-1882) m. Mary Gordon (1773-1836); Dennis Lawrence Ryan (1783-1831) m. 1808 Mary Haynes; William Hamilton m. Elizabeth Brown; Samuel Buffington (1774-1834) m. 1807 Mary Ayres; Levi Harrell, Jr. (1777-1865), m. 1808 Elizabeth Holt (1792-1871); Stephen Mitchell (1784-1843) m. Margarette Vass (1784-1848).
5. Aaron Daniel m. Betsy Whitfield (b. 1740); Ica Atkins m. Nancy Hutchinson; Thomas Haynes m. 1782 Frances Stith (d. 1815); Stewart Hamilton m. Clarissa Stringer; Joseph Buffington m. 1759 Mary Aston Few (b. 1741); Levi Harrell m. 1776 - Cole (1756-1804; Stephen Mitchell m. 1733 Celia Butts (1763-1820); William Gordon m. 1760 Elizabeth Bacon (b. 1741).
John Daniel (1760-1830) was a private in Capt. Moses Pearson's company, Col. Francis Marion's regiment, 1780-82. He was born in Marlboro District, S. C.; died in Dodge County, Ga.
[p.264] Thomas Haynes (1748-1823) was a member of Committee of Safety of Halifax County, N. C. He was born in Mecklenburg County, Va.; died in Columbia County, Ga.
Stewart Hamilton served as a private in the North Carolina Continental Line, 4th regiment, 1781-82. He died in Montgomery County, Ga. He was born 1750.
Joseph Buffington (1737-98) was a private in the South Carolina troops. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Spartanburg, S. C.
Levi Harrell (1750-90), in 1782, was a private in Colonel Benton's North Carolina regiment. He was born in Manson County, N. C.; died in Orangeburg District, S. C.
Stephen Mitchell served as sergeant in Capt. George Lambert's company, 14th Virginia regiment, Col. Charles Lewis in command. He was born in Scotland; died in Montgomery County, Ala.
William Gordon, in 1779, served as a private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Cumberland County, N. C.
Aaron Daniel was a member of the Committee of Observation for St. David Parish, S. C. He was born, 1739, in North Carolina; died in South Carolina.
Ica Atkins (1740-90) served as a private in the North Carolina militia and in the Continental army. He was born in Cumberland County, N. C., and in 1783 was living there.
Also No. 107178.


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Miss Emma Ray Little.
DAR ID Number: 113567
Born in Little's Mills, N. C.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows:
1. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832).
2. Absalom Myers (1794-1864) m. 1829 Adeline Boggan (1812-65).
3. Patrick Boggan (d. 1818) m. 1807 Martha Davidson (1788-1850).
4. George Davidson m. 2nd Barzilla Atkins; Patrick Boggan m. Mary Dobbs (d. 1831).
George Davidson was captain of the first North Carolina regiment of Rangers under Col. James Moore; and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born about 1750; died, after 1802, in Kentucky.
Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the Battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 57574.


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Mrs. Maria Gregg Mott.
DAR ID Number: 114056
Born in Waterbury, Vt.
Wife of John Sowles Mott.
Descendant of John Gregg and of David Austin, as follows:
1. Leslie Gregg (1787-1847) m. 1809 Sally Austin (1785-1863).
2. John Gregg m. Jenett Waugh (1750-1820); David Austin, Jr. (1761-1814), m. 1782 Sarah Atkins (1766-1838).
3. David Austin m. 1760 Mary Harmon (1737-1810).
John Gregg (1749-1803) enlisted as private in the Revolution from New Boston, N. H. He died in Waterbury, Vt.
David Austin (1734-1814) was an efficient officer of Winchester, Conn., during the Revolution. He was born in Connecticut; died in Springfield, N. Y.
Also No. 74599.


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Mrs. Edna Baker Labroad.
DAR ID Number: 114828
Born in Windsor, Conn.
Wife of Frank G. LaBroad.
Descendant of Newman Bishop, as follows:
1. Frederick C. Baker (b. 1841) m. 1869 Harriet Atkins (b. 1847).
2. Lewis M. Atkins (1816-93) m. 1845 Hannah Loomis (1818-58).
3. Solomon Loomis (1797-1863) m. 1817 Laura Bishop (1799-1885).
4. Newman Bishop m. 1782 Mary Tuttle.
Newman Bishop (1759-1855) was pensioned for service as private in Capt. Joseph Mansfield's company, Colonels Meigs' and Douglass' regiments, Connecticut Line. He died in Russell, Mass.


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Miss Laura Glenn Little.
DAR ID Number: 115613
Born in Little's Mills, N. C.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows:
1. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832).
2. Absolom Myers (1794-1864) m. 1829 Adeline Boggan (1812-65).
3. Patrick Boggan, Jr., m. Martha Davidson (1788-1850).
4. Patrick Boggan m. Mary (Betsy) Dabbs (d. 1831); George Davidson m. 2nd Barzilla Atkins.
George Davidson was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of rangers under Col. James Moore and in 1776 was appointed major. [p.193] He was born about 1750; died, after 1802, in Kentucky.
Also No. 57374.
Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the Battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in North Carolina.


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Mrs. Rosamond Fish Lawrence.
DAR ID Number: 115772
Born in Norwich, Ohio.
Wife of Perry Lawrence.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Miles Powell, as follows:
1. George Atkins Fish (1814-84) m. 1839 Cynthia Dunning (1818-96).
2. Charles Fish (1766-1843) m. Jemima Powell (1774-1848).
3. Miles Powell m. Jemima Atkinson (1731-1801).
[p.242] Miles Powell (1729-91) commanded a company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm and was chosen by the legislature, lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Berkshire County regiment, 1777. He served at Bennington and responded to calls to protect the northern frontier, 1779-80. He was born in Woodbury, Conn.; died in Lanesboro, Mass.
Also No. 75133.


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[p.191] Mrs. Helen Farwell Simpson.
DAR ID Number: 116615
Born in Clifton, Mich.
Wife of R. T. S. Simpson.
Descendant of Oliver Farwell, as follows:
1. Oliver Atkins Farwell (1811-81) m. 1863 Charlotte Louise Brockway (b. 1841).
2. Oliver Farwell, Jr. (1779-1812), m. 2nd Sarah Burt Atkins (1782-1869).
3. Oliver Farwell m. Abigail Danforth (d. 1840).
Oliver Farwell (1741-1822) served as private on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Reuben Butterfield's company, Col. David Green's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Dunstable, Mass.; died in Merrimack, N. H.


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Mrs. Mary Maud Battis.
DAR ID Number: 116690
Born in Clinton, Iowa.
Descendant of Samuel Hinsdale, as follows:
1. W. F. Battis (1838-92) m. 1861 Mary Stewart (b. 1840).
2. Sterling Battis (1806-79) m. 1829 Hannah Shattuck Atkins (1804-68).
3. Joseph Battis m. 1798 Diana Hinsdale (b. 1775).
4. Samuel Hinsdale m. 1772 Mary Stebbins (b. 1747).
[p.215] Samuel Hinsdale (1741-1825) served as private in Capt. Timothy Child's company, Col. David Fields' Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Greenfield, Mass.


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Mrs. Rosamond White Hunter.
DAR ID Number: 117074
Born in Nevada, Calif.
Wife of John Ramsey Hunter.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Knight and of Isaac Keen, as follows:
1. James D. White (b. 1831) m. 1867 Lucy Hinckley (b. 1845).
2. Andrew Hinckley m. 1824 Mary Ann Keen (b. 1806).
3. Jarius Keen (1776-1844) m. Lucy Knight (1785-1866).
4. Paul Knight (d. 1837) m. Hannah Whitney; Isaac Keen m. Bethiah Toby (1739-1811).
5. Jonathan Knight m. Mary Atkins (1745-1824).
Jonathan Knight (1740-1828) served as 2nd lieutenant on the schooner “Diligent,” commanded by Capt. John Lambert, 1776. He was born in Black Point; died in Calais, Maine.
[p.26] Isaac Keen (1737-1830) served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Wadsworth's company, Col. James Warren's regiment, which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Duxbury, Mass.
Also No. 107745.


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Mrs. Irene Geraldine Courtnay Green.
DAR ID Number: 119815
Born in Lincoln, Nebr.
Wife of J. Reid Green.
Descendant of Maj. Joshua Sprague and of Frederick Sprague, as follows:
1. Dominic Gerrold Courtnay (1853-1906) m. 1878 Martha Irene Atkins (b. 1858).
2. Henry Atkins (1821-94) m. 1853 Rebecca Crittenden (1829-1911).
3. William Crittenden (1781-1866) m. 1810 Rebecca Sprague (1788-1878).
4. Frederick Sprague m. 1782 Rebecca Nichols (1766-1850).
5. Joshua Sprague m. 2nd 1750 Abigail Wilbur (1731-1825).
Joshua Sprague (1727-1816) served as major in Col. Joab Stafford's company of Independent Volunteers of Lanesboro, Mass. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Washington County, Ohio.
Frederick Sprague (1762-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, 1818, for service as private, Connecticut Continental Line. He died in Franklin County, Ohio.
Also No. 93605.


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Mrs. Clare Richard Goodwin.
DAR ID Number: 120089
Born in Roxbury, Mass.
Wife of Martin Furber Goodwin.
Descendant of Josiah Richard and of Ensign John Falconer, as follows:
1. Charles Grafton Richards (1847-99) m. 1878 Mary Adelaide Dunnels (b. 1849).
2. Joseph Grafton Richards m. 1st 1844 Mary Atkins Brown (1823-55); Thomas Caldwell Dunnels m. Mary Jane Falconer.
3. Willard Richards (b. 1788) m. 1813 Relief Hyde Whitney (1794-1877); Josiah Falconer (b. 1780) m. Jane Patterson.
4. Josiah Richards m. 1778 Sarah Shuttleworth (b. 1754); John Falconer m. 1771 Elizabeth Purdy.
Josiah Richards (1749-1833) was placed on the pension roll of Norfolk County, Mass., 1831, for service as private, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Dedham, Mass.; died in Washington, N. H.
Also No. 51896.
[p.30] John Falconer (1747-1831) entered the army as ensign in General Thomas' regiment. He was taken prisoner and confined in the prison ship “Jersey.” When exchanged, served until the close of the war. He was born in East Chester; died in White Plains, N. Y.
Also No. 83896.


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Mrs. Mary Frances Ligon Brian.
DAR ID Number: 120151
Born in Linden, Tex.
Wife of William S. Brian.
Descendant of Lieut. George Davidson, Lieut. Wm. Randle, Blackman Ligon and John Randle, as follows:
1. John Blackman Ligon (1824-97) m. 1847 Samira Parrisade Randle (1828-69).
2. George Davidson Randle (1792-1833) m. 1811 Susan Simmons Randle (1796-1852); Blackman Ligon (1797-1865) m. 1823 Nancy Moon (1806-67).
3. Wilson Randle m. Frankie Davidson (parents of George); Peyton Randle m. Lucy Roper; Blackman Ligon m. Elizabeth Townes (1763-1842).
4. George W. Davidson m. Barzilla Atkins; William Randle (b. 1716) m. Lucy Simmons (parents of Peyton); John Randle m. Mollie Ware.
[p.48] George Davidson (1750-90) was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of rangers under Col. James Moore, and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 66341.
William Randle was lieutenant in militia of Brunswick County, Va. He was born in Brunswick County, 1716; died in Montgomery, N. C.
John Randle was a Revolutionary patriot from Virginia; later moved to North Carolina, where he died. He was born in Virginia.
Blackman Ligon (1757-1831) served as private in Virginia Line from South Carolina. He was born in Virginia; died in Greenville District, S. C.


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Mrs. Bessie Hanchett Mitchell.
DAR ID Number: 120263
Born in Chicago, Ill.
Wife of T. H. Mitchell.
Descendant of Asa Cotrell, as follows:
1. Seth F. Hanchett (1841-1905) m. 1867 Lizzie Atkins (b. 1846).
2. Joseph Hanchett (b. 1813) m. 1836 Sabrina Howard (b. 1813).
3. Zacheus Hanchett (1771-1868) m. 1793 Lucy Cotrell (1773-1868).
4. Asa Cotrell m. 1770 Lucinda Otis Clapp (1754-1836).
Asa Cotrell (1746-1833) served as private, 1776, under Captain Lyman and Colonel Dike, and, 1777, in the expedition to Bennington and Stillwater. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Worthington, Mass.
Also No. 87689.


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Mrs. Caroline Webster Weddington.
DAR ID Number: 120678
Born in Mangum, N. C.
Wife of William J. Weddington.
Descendant of Howell Parker, as follows:
1. William Abner Webster (1848-1911) m. 1872 Alice MacRae (1848-1912).
2. Daniel MacRae (1784-1864) m. 1826 Martha Baldwin Parker (1810-78).
3. William Parker (1781-1872) m. 1803 Mary Atkins (1783-1837).
4. Howell Parker m. 1780 Elizabeth Loflin (b. 1756).
Howell Parker (1757-96) served, 1777-82, in the North Carolina Continental Line. He was born in Surry County, Va.; died in Stanley County, N. C.
Also No. 109860


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Mrs. Margaret Atkins Dennis.
DAR ID Number: 120741
Born in Lebanon, Ky.
Wife of Thomas H. Dennis.
Descendant of Robert Harris, as follows:
1. Joseph A. Atkins (1842-1908) m. 1869 Susan J. Harris (b. 1851).
2. Robert Campbell Harris (1816-85) m. 1846 Nancy Elkins Summers (1822-75).
3. Pleasant Harris (1777-1848) m. 1802 Sallie Sublett (1781-1862).
4. Robert Harris m. 1st - Jackson.
Robert Harris served as private in Capt. Nathan Reid's company, Colonels [p.230] Stevens and Davis, Virginia Line. He died, 1816, near Charlotte Court House, Va.


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[p.95] Mrs. Elizabeth Bozeman Allison.
DAR ID Number: 121295
Born in Campbell, Ala.
Wife of Wilmer L. Allison.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson, as follows:
1. James H. Bozeman (1852-1902) m. 1879 Fannie Davidson (1855-97).
2. Samuel P. Davidson (1805-1900) m. 2nd 1846 Judith Kilpatrick (1822-1913).
3. Richmond G. Davidson (1777-1856) m. 1804 Lucy Hicks Pegues (1787-1880).
4. George Davidson m. 2nd Barzilla Atkins.
George Davidson (1740-90) was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of Rangers under Col. James Moore, and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 66341.


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Mrs. Lucy Blanche Nutter Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 121852
Born in Ripley, Maine.
Wife of Albert Lewis Atkins.
Descendant of Joseph Weston, as follows:
1. Richard Nutter, Jr. (1826-84), m. 1848 Lucy Ann Tripp (1827-1910).
2. Richard Nutter (1785-1881) m. 1812 Betsey Weston (1791-1857).
See No. 121659.


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Miss Shirley Louise White.
DAR ID Number: 122273
Born in Nevada City, Calif.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Knight, as follows:
1. James David White (1832-83) m. 1867 Lucy Ann Hinckley (b. 1845).
2. Andrew Hinckley (1797-1849) m. 1826 Mary Ann Keen (1807-1904).
3. Jarius Keen (1776-1844) m. Lucy Knight (1785-1866).
[p.84] 4. Paul Knight (d. 1837) m. Hannah Whitney.
5. Jonathan Knight m. Mary Atkins (1745-1824).
Jonathan Knight (1740-1828) served as lieutenant on the schooner “Delight,” commanded by Capt. John Lambert, 1776. He was born at Block Point; died in Calais, Maine.
Also No. 107745.


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Mrs. Mary Britt Burns Butler.
DAR ID Number: 122931
Born in Newport, Ark.
Wife of Tait Butler.
Descendant of Louis Vallandigham, as follows:
1. W. B. Burns (b. 1869) m. Georgie Mai Vallandigham (b. 1871).
2. Henry Craig Vallandigham (b. 1841) m. 1865 Laura M. Atkins (b. 1846).
3. George Vallandigham (1815-90) m. 1838 Amanda Ewins (1816-1901).
4. Thomas Drake Vallandigham (1790-1847) m. 1812 Jane Berry (1789-1876).
5. Louis Vallandigham m. Betsie Drake.
Louis Vallandigham (1761-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1832, for service as private, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in Owen County, Ky.
Also No. 78246.


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Mrs. Wilhelmina Spear Fogg.
DAR ID Number: 123704
Born in Warren, Maine.
Wife of Dr. John Smith Fogg.
Descendant of John Spear, as follows:
1. Wilford T. Spear (b. 1873) m. 1892 Annie L. Atkins (b. 1873).
2. Atwood M. Spear (1850-99) m. 1871 Martha Beverage (1852-1915).
3. Andrew H. Spear (b. 1814) m. 1841 Caroline Storer.
[p.223] 4. Alexander Spear (1784-1842) m. 1812 Margaret Hoffees.
5. John Spear m. 1761 Agnes Lamb.
John Spear (1738-1811) was a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born and died in Warren, Maine.
Also No. 120791.


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Miss Fanny Myers Little.
DAR ID Number: 123965
Born in Wadesboro. N. C.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows:
1. Calvin Myers Little (1860-97) m. 1884 Alice J. Leake (1863-93).
2. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832).
3. Absolom Myers (1794-1864) m. 1829 Adeline Boggan (1812-65).
4. Patrick Boggan, Jr., m. Martha Davidson (1788-1850).
5. Patrick Boggan m. Mary Dabbs (d. 1831); George Davidson m. 2d Brazilla Atkins.
Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the Battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in Wadesboro, N. C.
Also No. 115613.
George Davidson was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of rangers under Col. James Moore, and, in 1776, was appointed major. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 115613.


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[p.35] Mrs. Lucy Davidson Norris.
DAR ID Number: 124115
Born in Campbell, Ala.
Wife of Samuel W. Norris.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson, as follows:
1. Samuel P. Davidson (1805-1900) m. 2d 1846 Judith Kilpatrick (1822-1913).
2. Richmond Gates Davidson (1777-1845) m. 1804 Lucy Hicks Peques (1787-1880).
3. George Davidson m. 2d Barzilla Atkins.
George Davidson was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of rangers under Col. James Moore; and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born, 1740, in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 121295.


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Mrs. Charlotte Atkins Sahler.
DAR ID Number: 124533
Born in Wawarsing, N. Y.
Wife of Dr. Charles Oliver Sahler.
Descendant of Benjamin Van Wagenen, as follows:
1. Lemuel W. Atkins (1850-1902) m. 1873 Cornelia Van Wagenen (b. 1854).
2. Dewitt Van Wagenen (1820-89) m. 1848 Margaret Van Wagenen (1827-95).
3. Cornelius Van Wagenen (1794-1845) m. 1819 Elizabeth DeWitt (1796-1849).
4. Benjamin B. Van Wagenen (1772-1847) m. 1793 Catrina Schoonmaker (1774-1835).
5. Benjamin Van Wagenen m. 1770 Lydia Depuy (1753-1802).
Benjamin Van Wagenen (1749-1810) served as private in the first and third regiments, Colonels Johannes Snyder and Levi Pawling. He was born in Ulster County; died in Kingston, N. Y.


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Mrs. Edith Atkins Mereness.
DAR ID Number: 124783
Born in Goodland, Ind.
Wife of De Wayne B. Mereness.
Descendant of Joseph Young, as follows:
1. Isaac S. Atkins (b. 1837) m. 2d 1870 Flora Waterman (b. 1849).
2. Hamilton Waterman (1809-87) m. 1st 1839 Mary Utter (1819-77).
3. Daniel Waterman (1780-1858) m. 1802 Mary Young (1782-1863).
See No. 124050.


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Mrs. Ruth Whitcomb Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 125282
Born in Jericho, Vt.
Wife of Willard G. Atkins.
Descendant of Sergt. Robert Whitcomb, as follows:
1. Truman Whitcomb (1843-1908) m. 1864 Ella G. Kittredge (1846-1914).
2. Robert McKay Whitcomb (1808-94) m. 1831 Dorcas Abbot McDole (1811-92).
3. Robert Whitcomb, Jr. (1778-1844), m. 1803 Mary Ann McKay (1784-1867).
4. Robert Whitcomb m. 1763 Eunice Sheldon (d. 1828).
Robert Whitcomb (1741-1817) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Stoddard's company, Colonel Burrell's regiment, and, 1781, as sergeant in Capt. Matthew Smith's company, Col. David Waterbury's regiment. He was born in Rochester, Mass.; died in Bolton, Vt.
Also No. 70155.



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Mrs. Elizabeth Hitt Howell.
DAR ID Number: 125583
Born in Madison County, Ill.
Wife of William Smith Howell.
Descendant of Adjt. Aquilla Parker, as follows:
1. William Douglas Hitt (b. 1855) m. 1st 1876 Julia Atkins (1856-1903).
2. Sarah Parker Hitt m. 1835 Elisha B. Parker.
3. Henry Parker (1787-1858) m. Rebecca Hammond.
4. Aquilla Parker m. 1779 Elizabeth Amos.
Aquilla Parker (1755-1834) was adjutant in the general powder battalion of Maryland, 1778. He was born near Baltimore, Md.; died in Bourbon County, Ky.
Also No. 75812.


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Mrs. Carolyn Proctor Bates.
DAR ID Number: 125823
Born in Danvers, Mass.
Wife of Atkins H. Bates.
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Peabody, as follows:
1. John Proctor (1828-1906) m. 1856 Martha Wilkins Fish (b. 1838).
2. Levi Fish (1811-76) m. 1837 Nancy Wilkins (1820-1903).
3. Jessie Wilkins (1768-1827) m. 1810 Peggy Peabody (1791-1840).
4. Benjamin Peabody m. 1765 Hannah Black (1746-1821).
Benjamin Peabody (1741-1829) served as sergeant, 1775, and also as captain in Lieut. Col. Enoch Putnam's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Middleton, Mass.
Also No. 48400.


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Mrs. Alice J. Ligon Story.
DAR ID Number: 126038
Born in Cass County, Tex.
Wife of David Franklin Story.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson, Lieut. William Randle, Blackman Ligon and John Randle, as follows:
1. John Blackman Ligon (1824-98) m. 1847 Samira Parrisade Randle (1828-69).
2. George Davidson Randle m. Susan Simons; Blackman Ligon (1797-1865) m. 1823 Nancy Moon (1806-67).
3. Wilson Randle m. Frankie Davidson (parents of George); Peyton Randle m. Lucy Roper; Blackman Ligon m. Elizabeth Townes (1763-1842).
4. George Davidson m. 2d Barzilla Atkins; William Randle m. Lucy Simmons; John Randle m. Mollie Ware (parents of Wilson).
George Davidson (1740-90) served as captain under Col. James Moore of North Carolina and later became major. Also was a delegate to the Provincial Congress. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
William Randle in 1777 was lieutenant in the Brunswick County, Virginia militia. He was born, 1716, in Brunswick; died in Montgomery County, Va.
Blackman Ligon (1757-1831) served as private in the Virginia Line, for which service he received a pension. He was born in Virginia; died in Greenville, S. C.
John Randle served as soldier in the Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Montgomery County, Va.
Also No. 79323.


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Mrs. Luana Furman Burgess.
DAR ID Number: 126215
Born in Wyoming County, Pa.
Wife of Charles R. Burgess.
Descendant of Corp. Isaiah Adkins (Atkins) as follows:
1. Allen Foster Furman (1811-95) m. 1831 Jerusha Ann Ticknor (1813-87).
2. Ezra Furman (1788-1857) m. 1810 Laura Adkins (1796-1863).
3. Isaiah Adkins m. Rhoda Carey (1755-1827).
Isaiah Adkins (Atkins) (1760-1842) in 1818 applied for a pension, which was granted for service as corporal, Connectieut troops. He died in Wyoming County, Pa.


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Mrs. Ella Atkins Stanley.
DAR ID Number: 126332
Born in Lynn, Mass.
Wife of George D. Stanley.
Descendant of John Dudley, as follows:
1. Frank Wilbur Atkins m. 1870 Annie Jackson Hathaway (b. 1851).
2. Thomas Atkins, Jr. (d. 1867), m. Lucinda Fairbanks (d. 1867).
3. Thomas Atkins m. Betsy Dudley (b. 1786).
[p.102] 4. Nathaniel Dudley (1763-1844) m. Anne Smith.
5. John Dudley m. Elizabeth Gilman (d. 1806).
John Dudley (1725-1805) served during the Revolution on the Committee of Safety, in the Legislature and in the Court of Common Pleas. He was born in Exeter; died in Raymond, N. H.
Also No. 94990.


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Mrs. Florence S. Appleton Grinfield-Coxwell.
DAR ID Number: 126670
Born in Boston, Mass.
Wife of Edward Grinfield-Coxwell.
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Appleton, as follows:
1. Charles E. Appleton (1848-81) m. 1873 Mattie S. Griffin (b. 1848).
2. Samuel C. Appleton (1816-96) m. 1843 Jane Atkins (1820-87).
3. Charles Appleton (1780-1868) m. 1802 Lucy Gardner.
4. Samuel Appleton m. Sarah Anson (d. 1827).
Samuel Appleton (1740-84) served as sergeant in Capt. Thomas Bumstead's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Haverill; died in Boston, Mass.


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Mrs. Josie Higgason Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 126761
Born in Platte County, Mo.
Wife of Dr. Calvin Atkins.
Descendant of Robert Snead, as follows:
1. Albert Ely Higgason (1836-1911) m. 1862 Anna Rice Smith (b. 1839).
2. Uriah Higgason (d. 1842) m. 2d 1826 Helen Snead (1808-81).
3. Robert Snead m. 1792 Sophia Harris (b. 1765).
Robert Snead (1762-1841) served several enlistments under different commands, 1778-81, from Hanover County, Va., where he was born and died. In 1832 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed.
Also No. 108263.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 148
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Born in Onawa, Iowa.
Descendant of Corp. Joseph Eliot and of John Hicks, as follows:
1. Robert Norton (b. 1852) m. 1876 Jennie Frances Elliott (b. 1856).
2. Timothy Elliott (1817-1910) m. 1854 Maria Eliza Atkins (1827-1917).
3. Joel (Elliott) Elliot (1775-1864) m. 1805 Mary Flagg (Murray) (1782-1865).
4. Joseph (Elliot) Eliot m. 1773 Joanna Morse (1751-1837); Timothy Flagg (1744-1801) m. 1780 Sarah Hicks (1757-1830).
5. John Hicks m. 1748 Elizabeth Nutting (1726-1825).
Joseph Eliot (1749-77) served as corporal in Capt. Moses Knapp's company, Col. William Shepherd's regiment of Massachusetts troops. He was born in Norton; died in Cambridge, Mass.
John Hicks (1725-75) served as private at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Cambridge, Mass.
Also No. 146012.


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Born in Hartford County, Conn.
Wife of Clarence B. Atkina.
Descendant of Sergt. William Burke, as follows:
1. Lewis E. Leigh (b. 1842) m. 1866 Lucy Rich (b. 1849).
2. Lyman Burke Rich (d. 1896) m. 3d Betsey Deming (1829-1910).
3. Isaac Rich (d. 1856) m. Mary Burke (d. 1853).
4. William Burke m. 1st 1780 Lettice Maynard (d. 1818).
William Burke (1752-1835) was employed as recruiting sergeant in Boston for the frigate “Dean.” He was born in Galway, Ireland; died in East Haddam, Conn.
Also No. 87547.


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Mrs. Florence Atkins Gavin.
DAR ID Number: 148075
Born in Indianapolis, Ind.
Wife of James Lathrop Gavin.
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Gallup, as follows:
1. George Wells Atkins (1848-92) m. 1870 Adelaide Gallup.
2. Franklin Gallup (1812-99) m. 2d 1843 Sarah Burrows (1823-1901).
3. Gurdan Gallup (1771-1847) m. 1795 Sybil Capron (1771-1852).
4. Joseph Gallup m. 1749 Mary Gardiner.
Joseph Gallup (1725-78) served in Capt. Abel Spicer's company, Colonel Parson's regiment, at the siege of Boston. He commanded [p.21] a company sent for the relief of New York, 1776, under Col. Oliver Smith. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.
Also No. 121988.



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Mrs. Mary Atkins Hamblin.
DAR ID Number: 149262
Born in Stanly County, N. C.
Wife of John K. Hamblin.
Descendant of Edmund Lilly, as follows:
1. Archibald Atkins (1845-1904) m. 1870 Cornelia Lilly (b. 1846).
2. David C. Lilly (1801-49) m. 1833 Eliza Spencer (1811-48).
3. Edmund Lilly, Jr., m. 1792 Mary Marshall (1774-1858).
4. Edmund Lilly m. - Lightfoot.
See No. 149144.


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Mrs. Mabel Aurelia Johnson French.
DAR ID Number: 149590
Born in Cheshire, Conn.
Wife of Theron S. French.
Descendant of Amos Culver, as follows:
1. William E. Johnson (1845-1919) m. 1872 Hattie L. Hotchkiss (1850-1909).
2. Henry Hotchkiss (1812-93) m. 1835 Rosetta Beecher (1816-97).
3. Argus Beecher (1793-1875) m. 1813 Susanna Culver (1794-1836).
4. Amos Culver m. 2d 1792 Sarah Rogers Atkins (1756-1845).
Amos Culver (1748-1830) served, 1779, in Captain Williams' company, Lieut. Col. Nathan Gallup's regiment at Fort Griswold He was born in Waterbury; died in Naugatuck, Conn.
Also No. 93207.


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Mrs. Rosanna Atkins Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 149676
Born in Wawarsing, N. Y.
Wife of H. S. Taylor.
Descendant of Benjamin Van Wagenen, as follows:
1. Lemuel W. Atkins (1850-1902) m. 1873 Cornelia Van Wagenen (1854-1917).
2. DeWitt Van Wagenen (1820-89) m. 1848 Margaret Van Wagenen (1827-95).
3. Cornelins Van Wagenen (1794-1845) m. 1819 Elizabeth DeWitt (1796-1849) (parents of DeWitt).
4. Benjamin B. Van Wagenen (1772-1847) m. 1793 Catrina Schoonmaker (1774-1835).
5. Benjamin Van Wagenen m. 1770 Lydia Depuy (1753-1802).
Benjamin Van Wagenen (1749-1810) served as private in the 1st and 3d regiments, Ulster County militia, under Colonels Snyder and Pawling. He was born in Ulster County; died in Kinston, N. Y.
Also No. 124533.


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Mrs. Ora Atkins Kristeller.
DAR ID Number: 149677
Born in Wawarsing, N. Y.
Wife of Frederick W. Kristeller.
Descendant of Benjamin Van Wagenen, as follows:
1. Lemuel W. Atkins (1850-1902) m. 1873 Cornelia Van Wagenen (1854-1917).
See No. 149676.


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Mrs. Fannie Bacon Richardson.
DAR ID Number: 150181
Born in West Newton, Mass.
Wife of George Warren Richardson.
Descendant of Joseph Hagar, as follows:
1. Francis Walker Bacon (1809-85) m. 1853 Louisa Maria Hagar (1826-75).
2. Uriah Hagar (1776-1841) m. 1803 Jane Atkins (1782-1845).
3. Joseph Hagar m. 1764 Lois Fisk.
Joseph Hagar (1736-76) responded to the Lexington Alarm as private from Waltham, Mass., where he was born and died.
Also No. 108569.


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Miss Julia Spencer Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 150239
Born in Norwood, N. C.
Descendant of Capt. Calvin Spencer, as follows:
1. Archibald Atkins (1845-1904) m. 1870 Cornelia Lilly (b. 1846).
2. David C. Lilly (1801-49) m. 1833 Eliza Spencer (1811-48).
3. Samuel Spencer (b. 1780) m. 1809 Mary Elerbee (d. 1849).
4. Calvin Spencer m. 1783 Rebecca Ford.
Calvin Spencer (1754-1801) served as deputy quartermaster general with the rank of captain, 1777. He was born in Connecticut; died in Chesterfield District, S. C.
Also No. 144166.


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Mrs. Winifred Twichell Depue Mcclure.
DAR ID Number: 150704
Born in Washtenaw County, Mich.
Wife of Harry Winfred McClure.
Descendant of Sergt. David Depue, Maj. Henry Sherburne, and Joseph Atkins, as follows:
1. Henry Depue (b. 1846) m. 1876 Cena Twichell (b. 1846).
2. David Depue (1808-89) m. Harriet N. Mills (b. 1818); Hobart A. Twichell (1820-96) m. 1844 Hannah M. Wilner (1823-77).
[p.225] 3. Henry Depue (1781-1813) m. 1803 Clemma Sherburne (1778-1870); Joseph Twichell (1769-1824) m. 1804 Phoebe Atkins (d. 1824).
4. David Depue m. Polly McLeane; Joseph Atkins m. Phebe Hall; Henry Sherburne m. 1769 Anna Van Leuvan (b. 1747).
David Depue (1750-1843) served as private and sergeant in Capt. Jacob Ten Eyck's company, Sussex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Henry Sherburne (1745-83) served as adjutant and major in the Cumberland County, New York militia. He was born in New York; died in Cumberland, N. Y.
Also No. 139093.
Joseph Atkins (1743-1820) served as private in the Connecticut militia under Capt. John Barnard. He was born in Middleton, Conn.; died in Chenango County, N. Y.
Also No. 75750.


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Mrs. Ida M. Armstrong White.
DAR ID Number: 150731
Born in Ashland, Mich.
Wife of Ames O. White.
Descendant of Bela Armstrong, William Palmer, William Paine, Samuel Davis, Ebenezer Davis, and Thomas Mayo, as follows:
1. Sullivan Armstrong (1821-90) m. 1844 Mary Caroline Sheldon (1827-1911).
2. Bela Armstrong, Jr. (1790-1827) m. 1816 Mary (Polly) Palmer (1795-1840); George Sheldon (1788-1874) m. 1823 Sarah Mayo Davis (1799-1882).
3. Bela Armstrong m. 1775 Bethia Sanford (1758-1820); William Palmer m. Marvil Webb Davis (1760-1825); Ebenezer Davis m. 1790 Mary Paine (1767-1837).
4. William Paine m. 1765 Sarah Mayo (1745-1817); Samuel Davis m. 1757 Mary Gorham (parents of Ebenezer).
5. Thomas Mayo m. 1st 1744 Hannah Atkins.
Bela Armstrong (1754-1842) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut troops under Colonel Storrs. He was born in Norwich, Conn.; died in Perry, N. Y.
[p.235] William Palmer (1759-1838) served as private in Captain Prentice's company of Connecticut militia. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Monroe County, N. Y.
Samuel Davis served as private in Capt. Daniel Stroud's company under Colonels Freeman and Mitchell, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1734, in Barnstable, Mass.; died in Gorham, Maine.
Ebenezer Davis (1765-1818) served as private in Capt. William Harris' company, Colonel Pike's regiment, Cumberland County, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Barnstable, Mass.; died in Porfer, N. Y.
William Paine (1743-1827) served as private in the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Eastham, Mass.; died in Gorham, Maine.
Thomas Mayo (1718-94) served as private in Capt. Solomon Higgins' company, Massachusetts troops, raised for seacoast defense. He was born in Eastham; died in Orleans, Mass.
Also No. 140784.


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Mrs. Marguerite Rockwell Losey.
DAR ID Number: 155428
Born in Middletown, Conn.
Wife of Arthur S. Losey.
Descendant of Samuel Johnson, as follows:
1. Edwin Rockwell (1814-97) m. 2d 1852 Rosetta Burr (1828-1912).
2. Noadiah Rockwell (b. 1783) m. 1805 Esther Johnson.
3. Samuel Johnson m. Lucy Atkins.
Samuel Johnson (1754-93) served as drum major, 1777, in Col. Comfort Sage's 23rd regiment of militia. He was born and died in Middletown, Conn.


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Mrs. Ryan Eleanor Mitchell Cameron.
DAR ID Number: 155590
Born in Atlanta, Ga.
Wife of John Cameron.
Descendant of Ica Atkins, as follows:
1. Charles Ryan Mitchell (b. 1861) m. 1883 Martha Gilbert Royal (b. 1866).
2. James Burwell Mitchell (1834-1911) m. 1860 Mary Orleans Ryan (1841-84).
3. John Vass Mitchell (1806-54) m. 1823 Janet Atkins (1806-71).
4. Ica Atkins, Jr. (1763-1832), m. Mary Gordon (1773-1836).
5. Ica Atkins m. Nancy Hutchins.
Ica Atkins served as private in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Curnberland County, N. C., where he was living in 1783.
Also No. 112821.


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Mrs. Ruth Young Miller.
DAR ID Number: 155660
Born in Omaha, Nebraska.
Wife of Edward W. Miller.
Descendant of Corp. John Farnham, as follows:
1. Fletcher W. Young (b. 1853) m. 1876 Nellie Cozier (b. 1855).
2. Darius Cozier (1828-78) m. 1851 Rebecca Jane Barratt (1825-1902).
3. Daniel Barratt (b. 1799) m. 1821 Permelia Farnham (1805-91).
4. John Farnham m. 1799 Menda Atkins (b. 1779).
John Farnham (1763-1822) served as private and corporal in the New Hampshire line under Col. Thomas Stickney. He was born in New Hampshire; died in Clark County, Ohio.
Also No. 36649.


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Mrs. Mary Pauline Burns Sutton.
DAR ID Number: 156798
Born in Clarksville, Ga.
Wife of Iver Homer Sutton.
Descendant of William Burns and of Daniel Gunnels, as follows:
1. John Knox Burns (b. 1860) m. 1884 Mary Emma Sheppard (b. 1863).
2. William Brantley Burns (1818-67) m. 1842 Arminda Elizabeth Neal (1822-1906); John J. J. Sheppard (1821-80) m. 1854 Mary Elizabeth Gunnels (1830-1918).
3. David Mitchel Burns (1791-1864) m. 1818 Sarah Hay (1801-84); Nathan Gunnels (1800-70) m. 1822 Nancy Hunt (1797-1883).
4. William Burns m. 1773 Margaret Mitchel (1752-1836); Daniel Gunnels m. - Atkins.
William Burns (1752-1827) served as private in the North Carolina Continental Line under Major John Baptist Ashe and Col. Thomas Clark. He was born in Ireland; died in Jackson County, Ga.
Daniels Gunnels served as private in the Georgia Continental Line and received a land grant for his service. He was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga.
Also No. 155762.


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Mrs. Helen E. Keene Tibbetts.
DAR ID Number: 158670
Born in Guildhall, Vt.
Wife of Frank W. Tibbetts.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Knight, as follows:
1. William Frederick Keene (1843-96) m. 1864 Margaret Jackson (b. 1844).
2. William Keene (1808-84) m. 1831 Anne B. Lumbert (d. 1902).
3. Jarius Keene (1776-1844) m. Lucy Knight 1785-1866).
4. Paul Knight (1761-1837) m. 1783 Hannah Whitney (b. 1768).
5. Jonathan Knight m. 1760 Mary Atkins (1745-1824).
Jonathan Knight served as 2d lieutenant on the schooner “Delight,” commanded by Capt. John Lambert, 1776. He was born at Black Point; died, 1828, in Calais, Maine.
Also No. 132915.


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Mrs. Laura Montgomery Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 158890
Born in Allegheny, Pa.
Wife of Frank J. Atkins.
Descendant of Andrew Sharp, as follows:
1. Harry E. Montgomery (b. 1866) m. 1890 Clara M. Adams (b. 1868).
2. Alexander Montgomery (b. 1844) m. 1864 Statira A. Jackson (1847-1900).
3. Absalom Montgomery (1816-1904) m. 1843 Eliza Mitchell (1819-84).
4. James Mitchell (1777-1847) m. Agnes Sharp (Ralston) (1785-1862).
5. Andrew Sharp m. 1783 Ann Woods (d. 1809).
See No. 158877.


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Mrs. Florence Rich King.
DAR ID Number: 160026
Born in Worcester, Mass.
Wife of George R. King.
Descendant of Asa Bullard and Jedediah Higgins, as follows:
1. Henry H. Rich, Jr. (b. 1842) m. 1865 Mary L. Bullard (1844-1915).
2. Henry H. Rich (1822-43) m. Mary Atkins (1817-71); Joseph Bullard (1786-1864) m. 2d 1829 Laura Clarke (1799-1877).
3. Asa Bullard m. 2d 1764 Hannah Cooke; Paul Atkins (b. 1770) m. 1793 Mary Higgins (b. 1770).
4. Jedediah Higgins m. 1763 Phoebe Paine (1738-93).
Asa Bullard (1730-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Captain Staple's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Holliston, Mass.
Also No. 61735.
Jedediah Higgins (1733-1817) served as private in the Massachusetts troops, under Col. Josiah Whitney. He was born and died in Truro, Mass.


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Mrs. Nellie Cozier Young.
DAR ID Number: 160938
Born in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.
Wife of Fletcher Webster Young.
Descendant of Corp. John Farnham, as follows:
1. Darius Cozier (1828-78) m. 1851 Rebecca Jane Barratt (1825-1902).
2. Daniel Barratt (1799-1849) m. 1821 Permelia Farnham (1805-91).
3. John Farnham m. 1799 Menda Atkins (b. 1779).
John Farnham (1763-1822) served as private and corporal in the New Hampshire line under Col. Thomas Stickney. He was born in New Hampshire; died in Clark County, Ohio.
Also No. 155660.


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Mrs. Ethel Sharp Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 161417
Born in Moravia, Iowa.
Wife of W. T. Atkins.
Descendant of Thomas Brown and of Lieut. Col. Thomas Brown, Jr., as follows:
1. Wilson Sharp (1852-1902) m. 1876 Cora Wright (b. 1855).
2. Cornelius Wright (1828-95) m. 1853 Orlenza Johnston (1829-1913).
[p.129] 3. Robert Johnston (1766-1845) m. 1823 Nancy Brown (1801-64).
4. L. Wilkes Brown (b. 1771) m. 1792 Martha Campbell (b. 1774).
5. Thomas Brown, Jr., m. Ruth Brashear.
6. Thomas Brown m. 1731 Ann Brashear.
Thomas Brown was a member of the Committee of Safety of Pittsburgh, Pa., 1775. He was born, 1709, in Queen Anne Parish, Md.
Also No. 159017.
Thomas Brown, Jr. (1738-97), served as lieutenant colonel in the Pennsylvania and Virginia troops. He was born in Queen Annes County, Md.; died in Brownsville, Pa.
Also No. 134613.


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Mrs. Fannie Davidson Bryan.
DAR ID Number: 162399
Born in Campbell, Ala.
Wife of O. E. Bryan.
Descendant of Maj. George Davidson, as follows:
1. W. C. Davidson m. 2d 1874 Annie Sturgis (1853-1916).
2. Samuel Pegues Davidson (1805-1900) m. 1st 1846 Margareute McRae.
3. Richmond Gates Davidson (1777-1856) m. 1804 Lucy Hicks Pegues (1787-1880).
4. George Davidson m. 2d Barzilla Atkins.
George Davidson served as captain under Col. James Moore in the North Carolina troops and as major under Generals Gates and Green. Was also a delegate to the Provincial Congress. He was born, 1740, in Halifax, Va.; died in North Carolina.
Also No. 142666.


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Mrs. Barbara Clark Colby.
DAR ID Number: 162465
Born in Montpelier, Vt.
Wife of John Langdon Colby.
Descendant of Col. Charles DeWitt, as follows:
1. Osman D. Clark (b. 1855) m. 1882 Elizabeth DeWitt Atkins (b. 1858).
2. Hiram Atkins (1833-92) m. Maria Abeel DeWitt.
[p.140] 3. John I. DeWitt (d. 1869) m. Maria Abeel.
4. John Charles DeWitt (1755-1833) m. Cornelia Cantine (1757-1814).
5. Charles DeWitt m. 1754 Blandina DuBois.
Charles DeWitt (1727-87) was a member of the Continental Congress, 1775, member of Committee of Safety, and colonel of a regiment of minute men. He died in Hurley, N. Y.
Also No. 153702.


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Mrs. Lora Agnes Spurrier Root.
DAR ID Number: 164187
Born in Rushville, Ind.
Wife of Paul W. Root.
Descendant of Robert Gray, as follows:
1. Lowell Spurrier (b. 1869) m. 1899 Bertha Biehtol (b. 1878).
2. John Addison Spurrier (b. 1847) m. 1868 Mary Agnes Dailey (b. 1851).
3. Jessie Dailey (1827-1903) m. 1850 Miriam Gray (1830-1920).
4. John G. Gray (1789-1870) m. 1821 Mary Ronald (1795-1879).
5. Robert Gray m. Agnes Atkins.
Robert Gray (1747-1843) served as private under Captains Turbett, Boal, Robinson, General Watts company, Pennsylvania troops, also under Gen. Israel Putnam in the Connecticut troops. He was born in Londonderry, Ireland; died in Connersville, Fayette County, Pa.


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Mrs. Ethel M. Lawrence.
DAR ID Number: 164218
Born in Marion, Kans.
Wife of C. M. Lawrence.
Descendant of Robert Gray, as follows:
1. Joseph T. White (1833-1916) m. 1860 Caroline Prudence McCoy (b. 1843).
2. Joseph McCoy (d. 1868) m. Nancy Gray (d. 1895).
3. William Gray (d. 1853) m. Mary Hannah (d. 1862).
4. Robert Gray m. Agnes Atkins.
See No. 164187.


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Mrs. Margaret Whitsett Atkins.
DAR ID Number: 164579
Born in Holden, Mo.
Wife of Wesley Atkins.
Descendant of Joseph Henderson, as follows:
1. James A. Whitsett (1842-1919) m. 2d 1893 Julia A. Miller (b. 1864).
See No. 164578.