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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8

1. Mrs. Frances Canby Biddle Griscom, N. No. 3248, Vice-President
General, Pennsylvania.

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Miss Mary Cassilly.
DAR ID Number: 8001
Born in Ohio.
Descendant of Capt. Manuel Eyre, Ralph Hunt and Daniel Hunt, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Edward Biddle Cassilly and Katrine Elizabeth Hunt, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Hunt and Mary McCord, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Hunt and Lydia Eyre, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Manuel Eyre and Mary Wright, his wife; and of
Daniel Hunt.
Daniel Hunt was a soldier in Capt. William Tucker's company, First Regiment
of Hunterdon county.
Ralph Hunt served in the Essex county militia.
Manuel Eyre built the first gun-boat for the Government. It was launched at
Philadelphia, July 26, 1775, and was called the “Bull Dog.” He organized his
workmen into a company of minute men and commanded them at Trenton and
Princeton. When he was selected by the Council of Safety as a member of the
Navy Board, his company was merged into that of his brother Jehu.
Also No. 2347, 5623. *(mine)

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1. Mrs. Frances Canby Biddle Griscom, N. No. 3248, Vice-President
General, Pennsylvania.

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Miss Mary Cassilly.
DAR ID Number: 8001
Born in Ohio.
Descendant of Capt. Manuel Eyre, Ralph Hunt and Daniel Hunt, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Edward Biddle Cassilly and Katrine Elizabeth Hunt, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Hunt and Mary McCord, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Hunt and Lydia Eyre, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Manuel Eyre and Mary Wright, his wife; and of
Daniel Hunt.
Daniel Hunt was a soldier in Capt. William Tucker's company, First Regiment
of Hunterdon county.
Ralph Hunt served in the Essex county militia.
Manuel Eyre built the first gun-boat for the Government. It was launched at
Philadelphia, July 26, 1775, and was called the “Bull Dog.” He organized his
workmen into a company of minute men and commanded them at Trenton and
Princeton. When he was selected by the Council of Safety as a member of the
Navy Board, his company was merged into that of his brother Jehu.
Also No. 2347, 5623.
 
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Mrs. Josephine Wilkinson Worthington.
DAR ID Number: 8649
Born in Louisiana.
Wife of Thomas Worthington.
Descendant of Maj. Gen. James Wilkinson, of Maryland; Rev. Robert Andrews,
of Virginia; John Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Dr. Joseph Biddle Wilkinson and Josephine Osborn Stark, his
wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson and Catherine Andrews, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Anne Biddle, his wife; and of
Robert Andrews.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Biddle.
James Wilkinson, 1775, at the age of eighteen, commanded a company and 1776
served as aide to Generals Greene, Amold and Gates. In 1777 he was adjutant
general, 1778 served on [p.243] the Board of War, 1779 was clothier general,
Continental Army, which he resigned in 1781 and at the close of the war was
brigadier general of militia.
Robert Andrews was chaplain of the Second Regiment.
John Biddle was among the patriots of Philadelphia who contributed to the
cause of Independence.
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Mrs. Rebecca Chapman Winsor.
DAR ID Number: 8849
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of James D. Winsor.
Descendant of Col. Clement Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Lieut. George W. Chapman and Emily Markoe, his wife.
Granddaughter of Prof. Nathaniel Chapman, M. D., and Rebecca Cornell Biddle,
his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Rebecca Cornell, his wife.
Clement Biddle, 1775, raised and commanded a company of Quakers and served
as quartermaster general of the Flying Camp. He was present at Princeton,
Brandywine, Valley Forge and Monmouth. His valuable service in the
Commissary Department during the war is shown by letters from Washington in
possession of the family.
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Mrs. Julia M. Biddle Huntington.
DAR ID Number: 9334
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of Charles Stuart Huntington.
Descendant of Rev. Elihu Spencer, of New Jersey.
Daughter of William M. Biddle and Julia Montgomery, his wife.
Granddaughter of William M. Biddle and Lydia Spencer, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Spencer and Joanna Eatton, his wife.
Elihu Spencer, who had been a Presbyterian missionary to the Six Nations,
was sent in 1775 by the Presbytery, to unite the people of North Carolina in
the cause of Independence. In 1777 he served as chaplain in the Continental
Army. He died at Trenton in 1794, at the age of seventy-three.
Also Nos. 591, 871, 2909, 3096, 7170, 8795.
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Mrs. Jeannie Tree Rives.
DAR ID Number: 13235
Born in Washington, D. C.
Wife of Franklin Rives.
Descendant of Maj. John Borrows, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Lambert Tree and Laura M. Borrows, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Borrows and Sarah Jeffries, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Borrows and Sarah Morgan, his second wife.
John Borrows, (1719-1810), served as captain of Col. David Forman's
Additional Continental regiment, 1777, was transferred to Spencer's
regiment, 1779, and commissioned major the same year. He was born at Rahway,
N. J., died at Washington, D. C., and is buried at Rock Creek. His five
eldest sons served in the Revolution. One was killed at Camden under De
Kalb, one died a prisoner at Fort Washington and one was lost, 1778, on the
ill-fated “Randolph,” when she went down in battle with the “Yarmouth,” and
the brave Commander Biddle and 310 of his crew perished.
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Miss Eleanor Lefferts Tree.
DAR ID Number: 12213
Born in New Jersey.
Descendant of Maj. John Burrows, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Joseph Burrows Tree and Francis Letitia Evans, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lambert Tree and Laura M. Burrows, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Burrows and Susan Harris, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Burrows and Sarah Morgan, his wife.
John Burrows was captain in Col. David Forman's Continental regiment. He was
commissioned major, 1779, and retired, 1781. He was born at Rahway, N. J.,
1719, and died, 1810, at Washington, D. C.
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[p.271] Mrs. Hannah Biddle Frishmuth.
DAR ID Number: 13726
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of John Coffin Whitney Frishmuth.
Descendant of Hon. Owen Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Robert Biddle and Anna Miller, his wife.
Granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Mary Canby, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Owen Biddle and Sarah Parke, his wife.
Owen Biddle, (1737-99), served in the Provincial Congress and on the
Committee of Safety. He was president of the Board of War, and a member of
the Constitutional Convention. He was born at Philadelphia, where he died.
Also Nos. 2859, 3248, 4054.
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Mrs. Mahrea Louise Goucher Marshall.
DAR ID Number: 155128
Born in Toronto, Ohio.
Wife of E. A. Marshall.
Descendant of Thomas Goucher, as follows:
1. Samuel Boone Goucher (b. 1858) m. 1887 Anna McConnell (b. 1861).
2. Charles W. Goucher (d. 1905) m. 1855 Mary Shuster (1824-84).
3. Samuel Goucher (1786-1836) m. 1809 Martha Boone (1783-1829).
4. Thomas Goucher m. Hannah Biddle.
Thomas Goucher served as private in Capt. Adam Foulk's company, 5th
battalion, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania militia. He was born at sea; died
1795, in Pennsylvania.
Also No. 145856. (not found)
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[p.169] Miss Mary Grandon Frishmuth.
DAR ID Number: 16453
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Desccndant of Hon. Owen Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of John Coffin Whitney Frishmuth and Elizabeth Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Biddle and Anna Miller, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Mary Canby, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Owen Biddle and Sarah Parke, his wife.
Owen Biddle, (1737-99), was a delegate to the Provincial Congress and a
member of the Committee of Safety, 1775; a delegate to the Constitutional
Convention, 1776, and President of the Board of War, 1777. He was a
“Fighting Quaker” and one of the eighty merchants of the city, who, headed
by Robert Morris, became responsible for army supplies when the soldiers
were suffering. His house was destroyed when the enemy occupied the city and
on the site now stands Girard College. He was born in Philadelphia, where he
died.
Also Nos. 2859, 3248, 4054, 13726.
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Miss Anna Biddle Frismuth.
DAR ID Number: 16454
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Descendant of Hon. Owen Biddle.
Daughter of John Coffin Whitney Frishmuth and Elizabeth Biddle, his wife.
See No. 15453. (not found)
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Mrs. Sarah Biddle Earle Mcconnell.
DAR ID Number: 17003
Born in Burlington County, New Jersey.
Wife of Henry McConnell.
Descendant of Samuel Howell, and of Samuel Howell, Jr. of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Richard W. Earl and Mary Dawes Howell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Emlen Howell and Mary Whitlock Dawes, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Howell, Jr., and Margaret Emlen, his wife (m.
1771).
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Howell and Mary Stretch, his wife (m. 1745).
Samuel Howell, (1722-1807), served as deputy to the Provincial Convention
and was a member of the Committee of Safety, of Philadelphia, 1775.
Samuel Howell, Jr., (1749-1806), was an original member of the Light Horse
of the city of Philadelphia. He was born in Philadelphia, where he died.
Also No. 16045.
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Mrs. Anne Emlen Wessells.
DAR ID Number: 16045
Born in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Henry Walton Wessels.
Descendant of Samuel Howell and of Samuel Howell, Jr., of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Davis Henry Dotterer and Anne Emlen Warner, his wife.
[p.20] Granddaughter of Dr. John Carrington Warner and Elizabeth Howell, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Howell, Jr., and Margaretta Emlen, his wife (m.
1771).
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Howell and Sarah Stretch, his wife (m.
1745).
Samuel Howell, (1722-1807), served as deputy to the Provincial Convention
and as a member of the Committee of Safety, 1775. He died in Philadelphia.
Samuel Howell, Jr., (1749-1806), was an original member of the Light Horse
of the city of Philadelphia, where he was born and died.
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Mrs. Rosalie Leonard Mitchell.
DAR ID Number: 17260
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Dr. J. Nicholas Mitchell.
Descendant of Capt. Charles Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Samuel Leonard and Anne Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Charles Biddle and Ann Stokes, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Biddle and Hannah Shepard, his wife.
Charles Biddle, (1745-1821), was a captain in the merchant service and aided
in running the blockade of the British fleet. He volunteered in the Quaker
Light Infantry, and, 1778, served on the “Randolph” under his brother,
Commodore Nicholas Biddle. In 1779 he was elected to the Assembly. He was
born in Philadelphia where he died.
Also Nos. 3303, 5081.
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Mrs. Lalla D. Thomas.
DAR ID Number: 27862
Born in Albany, Oregon.
Wife of Warren E. Thomas.
Descendant of Perrin Cardwell.
Daughter of David F. Dalton and Martha Cardwell, his wife.
Granddaughter of William L. Cardwell and Mary A. Biddle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Perrin Cardwell and Amelia Wooshom, his wife.
Perrin Cardwell, (1764-1854), enlisted, 1781, and was at the surrender of
Cornwallis. He was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1831, for
service of private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Powhatan Co., Va.;
died in Knox Co., Tenn.
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Mrs. Martha L. Clayton Wriggins.
DAR ID Number: 34261
Born in Woodstown, New Jersey.
Wife of Preston Le Grande Wriggins.
Descendant of John Lawson and of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of William D. Clayton and Annie P. Lawson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Clayton and Mary Jane Sparks, his wife; James D.
Lawson and Mary D. Pancoast, his wife.
See No. 34260.
Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Sparks and Mary Peterson, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sparks (1760-1803) and Sara Biddle
(1768-1854), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stoumez (1739-1800),
his wife.
Aaron Biddle, (1736-97), mortgaged his estate, raised a company and
maintained it until the government was able to supply the troops.
Also No. 23694.
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Mrs. Annie Lawson Clayton.
DAR ID Number: 34260
Born in Woodstown, New Jersey.
Wife of William D. Clayton.
Descendant of John Lawson, of New Jersey.
Daughter of James D. Lawson and Mary D. Pancoast, his wife.
[p.93] Granddaughter of John Lawson and Elizabeth Lummis, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Lawson and Jane White, his wife.
John Lawson served as a private in the Continental line. He died 1802 in
Salem, N. J.
Also No. 23694. (not found)
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[p.87] Miss Julia Graydon Sharpe.
DAR ID Number: 35241
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Descendant of Col. William Chambers, Mordecai McKinney and Major Peter
Scull, all of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Joseph Kinne Sharpe and Mary Ellen Graydon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alexander Graydon and Jane Chambers McKinney, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Graydon and Eleanor Scull, his wife; Mordecai
McKinney, Jr., (1764-1826) and Mary Chambers (1773-1866), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Scull and — Biddle, his wife; Mordecai
McKinney and Agnes Bodine, his wife, m. 1752; William Chambers and Eleanor
Talbot, his wife.
William Chambers, (1744-1809), was colonel of the Cumberland county militia
which served on the frontiers. He died in Carlisle, Pa.
Also Nos. 11157, 17945, 21847, 22323.
Peter Scull, (1753-79), was commissioned second lieutenant 1775; promoted
captain, 1776; major, 1777. He was secretary of the Board of War when he
died at sea. He was born in Philadelphia.
Mordecai McKinney, (1727-82), was a member of the Committee of Safety 1776
and 1778 was appointed Justice of the Peace of Northumberland county.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Minerva Utley Thomas.
DAR ID Number: 37871
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Isaac Biddle Thomas.
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlain.
Daughter of Edward H. Utley and Ida Bradley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Utley and Minerva Pardee, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Pardee and Eunice Chamberlain, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Chamberlain (1797-1848) and Sarah Harris
(1766-1842), his wife, m. 1790.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chamberlain and Margaret (Bullard)
Clark, his wife, m. 1755.
Samuel Chamberlain enlisted for three years, from Berkshire County,
Massachusetts and served in Capt. Enos Stone's company at Valley Forge. He
was born 1734 in Hollister, Massachusetts; died in Colebrook, Connecticut.
Also Nos. 7013, 9307, 30499.
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[p.324] Miss Fanny Lamb.
DAR ID Number: 38883
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Descendant of Joseph Lamb.
Daughter of Clayton Biddle Lamb and Maria Richards Lawrence, his wife.
Granddaughter of Clayton Lamb and Betsey Ridgway, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Lamb and Thamor Hunt, his first wife.
Joseph Lamb, (1755-1837), served as a soldier in the militia of New York and
in 1832 received a pension.
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Mrs. Grace Poston Biddle.
DAR ID Number: 41567
Born in Nelsonville, Ohio.
Wife of Thomas Rollin Biddle.
Descendant of Joseph Jewett.
Daughter of Clinton L. Poston and Delia Kessinger, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Kessinger and Mary Elizabeth Jewett, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Edgar Porter Jewett and Delia Walker, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Leonard Jewett and Mary Porter, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Jewett and Rebecca Abbott, his wife, m.
1763.
Joseph Jewett, (1740-1814), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Littleton.
He served 1777 under Capt. Aaron Jewett, Col. Samuel Bullard's regiment. He
was born in Littleton, Mass.; died in Peterboro, N. H.
Also No. 2431.(not found)
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Mrs. Gertrude Bosler Biddle.
DAR ID Number: 41587
Born in Mifflin, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Judge Edward Biddle.
Descendant of Martin Herman, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of J. Herman Bosler and Mary Jane Kirk, his wife.
Granddaughter of Abraham Bosler and Eliza Herman, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Christian Herman and Elizabeth Bowers, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Martin Herman and Anna Dorothea Borst, his wife.
Martin Herman, (1732-1804), enlisted as a private in Capt. [p.221] Michael
Seller's company 1777. He served three enlistments under different commands
in the militia of Cumberland County where he died.
Also No. 15908. (not found)
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Mrs. Emma Bodine Biddle Irwin.
DAR ID Number: 42063
Born in Clearfield, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Lewis Irwin.
Descendant of Cornelius Bodine.
Daughter of Carroll Leslie Biddle and Blanche Mossop, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gershom Biddle and Margaret Bodine, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Bodine and Mercy Paxon, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Bodine and Margaret Sutphen, his wife.
Cornelius Bodine, (1755-1820), was a minute man in the Somerset County, New
Jersey militia. He was at Germantown and Monmouth. He was born in North
Branch, N. J.; died in Ovid, N. Y.
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Mrs. Adelaide Biddle Stark.
DAR ID Number: 45541
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of James Stark, Jr.
Descendant of Hon. Owen Biddle of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Owen Biddle and Sarah Lavery, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of Owen Biddle and Elizabeth Rowan, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Owen Biddle and Sarah Parke, his wife.
Owen Biddle (1737-99) was a delegate to the Provincial Congress, a member of
the Committee of Safety 1775; delegate to the Constitutional Convention
1776, and President of the Board of War 1777. He was a “fighting Quaker” and
one of the eighty merchants, headed by Robert Morris, who became responsible
for army supplies when the soldiers were suffering. His house was destroyed
when the enemy occupied the city and on the site now stands Girard College.
He was born and died in Philadelphia.
Also Nos. 2859, 3248, 4054, 13726, 16453, 24259.
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Miss Anna Trowbridge Sharpe.
DAR ID Number: 47098
Born in Indianapolis, Ind.
Descendant of William Sharpe, Mordecai McKinney, Col. William Chambers, Maj.
Peter Scull and Daniel Trowbridge.
Daughter of Joseph Kinne Sharpe (1819-1900) and Mary Ellen Graydon
(1823-1914), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of Abishai Sharpe (1773-1850) and Hannah Trowbridge
(1774-1840), his wife, m. 1802; Alexander Graydon and Jane Chambers
McKinney, his 2d wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Sharpe and Sarah Harrington (1738-1805), his
wife, m. 1764; William Graydon and Eleanor Scull, his wife; Mordecai
McKinney and Mary Chambers, his wife; John Trowbridge and Anna Kinne, his
wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Scull and — Biddle, his wife; Mordecai McKinney
and Agnes Bodine, his wife; William Chambers and Eleanor Talbot, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Trowbridge and Hannah Spring, his wife.
William Sharpe (1740-1828) patriot and minute man in Captain Ingall's
company 1776. He was born and died in Pomfret, Conn.
Mordecai McKinney served as a private in the New Jersey militia. He was born
in New Jersey about 1750; died in Paxton, Pa.
William Chambers (1744-1809) was commissioned captain of the Cumberland
County Associators, and served as colonel at Trenton, Princeton, and in the
defense of the frontier.
Also Nos. 11157, 17945, 21847, 22323.
Peter Scull (1753-79) was commissioned second lieutenant [p.47] 1775,
promoted captain 1776; major 1777. He was Secretary of the Board of War when
he died at sea. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Also No. 35241.
Daniel Trowbridge (1711-95) served on the Committee of Safety of Pomfret,
Conn., where he died. He was born in Dorchester, Mass.
Also No. 41974.
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[p.87] Miss Julia Graydon Sharpe.
DAR ID Number: 35241
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Descendant of Col. William Chambers, Mordecai McKinney and Major Peter
Scull, all of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Joseph Kinne Sharpe and Mary Ellen Graydon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alexander Graydon and Jane Chambers McKinney, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Graydon and Eleanor Scull, his wife; Mordecai
McKinney, Jr., (1764-1826) and Mary Chambers (1773-1866), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Scull and — Biddle, his wife; Mordecai
McKinney and Agnes Bodine, his wife, m. 1752; William Chambers and Eleanor
Talbot, his wife.
William Chambers, (1744-1809), was colonel of the Cumberland county militia
which served on the frontiers. He died in Carlisle, Pa.
Also Nos. 11157, 17945, 21847, 22323.
Peter Scull, (1753-79), was commissioned second lieutenant 1775; promoted
captain, 1776; major, 1777. He was secretary of the Board of War when he
died at sea. He was born in Philadelphia.
Mordecai McKinney, (1727-82), was a member of the Committee of Safety 1776
and 1778 was appointed Justice of the Peace of Northumberland county.
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Mrs. Mary Josephine Cady Cramer.
DAR ID Number: 41974
Born in Norwich, Connecticut.
Wife of Norman L. Cramer.
Descendant of John Trowbridge, Daniel Trowbridge, Job Phillips and Samuel
Hartshorn, all of Connecticut.
Daughter of Rev. William Oscar Cady and Mary Eliza Phillips, his wife.
Granddaughter of Erastus Phillips and Chloe G. Hartshorn, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Job Phillips and Mary Kee (1760-1845), his wife; Samuel
Hartshorn and Sarah Trowbridge, his wife.
[p.359] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Trowbridge and Anne Kinne, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Trowbridge and Hannah Spring, his wife.
John Trowbridge, (1742-1831), served in the Connecticut militia in the
Revolution and in the War of 1812. He was born in Pomfret; died in Abington,
Conn.
Daniel Trowbridge, (1711-95), served on the Committee of Safety of Pomfret,
Conn., where he died. He was born in Dorchester, Mass.
Also No. 37395.
Job Phillips, (1763-1833), applied for a pension 1832 and it was allowed for
over six months' service as private.
Samuel Hartshorn, (1764-1844), served as a private 1781 under Col. Obadiah
Rogers. He died in Plainfield, Conn.
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Miss Lizzie J. Trowbridge.
DAR ID Number: 37395
Born in Northbridge, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Maj. Samuel Wall, James Allin, John Allin, Daniel Trowbridge
and Ezra Franklin.
Daughter of C. Edward Trowbridge and Jane Brayton, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Trowbridge and Juliana Allin, his wife; Thomas
Brayton and Laura Franklin, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Trowbridge and Zilpha Barrows, his wife; Daniel
Allen and Hannah Wall, his first wife; James Franklin and Annie Utley, his
wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Trowbridge and Hannah Spring, his wife;
James Allin and Martha Pierce, his wife; Samuel Wall and Elizabeth
Coggeshall (b. 1739), his first wife, m. 1763; Ezra Franklin and Mary
Waters, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Allin and Susan Goddard, his wife.
[p.142] Samuel Wall, (1738-1813), was captain of an alarm company from
Coventry, R. I., and was major of the Senior Class.
John Allin, (1691-1873), was a patriot of Prudence Island situated in the
Providence River.
James Allin, (1744-1811), served in the Rhode Island militia, He was born in
Portsmouth, R. I.; died in Amsterdam, N. Y.
Also Nos. 15848, 29245, 30031, 31571, 31695, 32656, 35387.
Ezra Franklin, (1752-1846), was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for the
service of private, Connecticut line. He enlisted from Woodstock, Conn.
Daniel Trowbridge, (1711-95), served on the committee of Safety of Pomfret,
Conn., where he died. He was born in Dorchester, Mass.
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[p.169] Mrs. Anna E. Cooper.
DAR ID Number: 47352
Born in Elk County, Pa.
Descendant of Col. George Smith of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of James McClellan and Eliza Jane Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Sarah Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Anna Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Smith and Effa Drake, his wife.
George Smith (1745-1825) in 1777 was appointed sublieutenant for
Philadelphia County. He served several terms in the Assembly during the
convention. He was born in Philadelphia County, Pa.; died in Lycoming
County.
Also No. 9348.
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Mrs. Mary Farnsworth Kreamer.
DAR ID Number: 9348
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of Frederick Kreamer.
Descendant of Col. George Smith, of Pennsylvania.
[p.129] Daughter of John Farnsworth and Effie Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Annie Simpson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of George Smith and Effie Drake, his wife.
George Smith, 1777, was appointed sub-lieutenant for Philadelphia county. He
served several terms in the Assembly during the Revolution.
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Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Marshall.
DAR ID Number: 47353
Born in Union County, Pennsylvania.
Descendant of Col. George Smith.
Daughter of Nelson Biddle and Anna Foster, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Sarah Smith, his wife. See No. 47352.
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[p.169] Mrs. Anna E. Cooper.
DAR ID Number: 47352
Born in Elk County, Pa.
Descendant of Col. George Smith of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of James McClellan and Eliza Jane Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Sarah Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Anna Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Smith and Effa Drake, his wife.
George Smith (1745-1825) in 1777 was appointed sublieutenant for
Philadelphia County. He served several terms in the Assembly during the
convention. He was born in Philadelphia County, Pa.; died in Lycoming
County.
Also No. 9348.
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Mrs. Mary Farnsworth Kreamer.
DAR ID Number: 9348
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of Frederick Kreamer.
Descendant of Col. George Smith, of Pennsylvania.
[p.129] Daughter of John Farnsworth and Effie Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Annie Simpson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of George Smith and Effie Drake, his wife.
George Smith, 1777, was appointed sub-lieutenant for Philadelphia county. He
served several terms in the Assembly during the Revolution.
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Mrs. Annie Clayton Vandiver.
DAR ID Number: 47696
Born in Tamaqua, Pa.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle.
Daughter of Henry Clayton and Mary Jane Sparks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Josiah Sparks and Mary Peterson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Sparks and Sarah Biddle,; his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stoumez, his wife.
[p.327] Aaron Biddle (1736-97) mortgaged his estate, raised a company and
maintained it until the government was able to supply the troops. His
company served in Col. Samuel Dick's battalion of Salem County militia.
Also No. 23700. (not found)
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Mrs. Alice E. Watson.
DAR ID Number: 47842
Born in Elizabeth, N. J.
Wife of William Hewitt Watson.
Descendant of Col. Clement Biddle.
Daughter of Charles C. Hellmers and Eliza Evelyn Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Edward R. Biddle and Eliza Davis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Rebecca Cornell, his 2nd wife.
Clement Biddle (1740-1814) in 1775 raised and commanded a company of Quakers
and served as quartermaster general [p.400] of the Flying Camp. He was
present at Princeton, Brandywine, Valley Forge and Monmouth. His valuable
service in the Commissary Department during the war is shown by letters from
Washington in possession of the family.
Also No. 8849.
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Mrs. Rebecca Chapman Winsor.
DAR ID Number: 8849
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of James D. Winsor.
Descendant of Col. Clement Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Lieut. George W. Chapman and Emily Markoe, his wife.
Granddaughter of Prof. Nathaniel Chapman, M. D., and Rebecca Cornell Biddle,
his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Rebecca Cornell, his wife.
Clement Biddle, 1775, raised and commanded a company of Quakers and served
as quartermaster general of the Flying Camp. He was present at Princeton,
Brandywine, Valley Forge and Monmouth. His valuable service in the
Commissary Department during the war is shown by letters from Washington in
possession of the family.
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Mrs. Mary Vaudry Linas.
DAR ID Number: 48120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of William A. Linas.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge.
Daughter of William T. Vaudry and Jennie Blanche Welch, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Welch and Penelope K. Rutledge, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joshua Rutledge and Augustina Biddle, his wife.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant 1780 and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
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Mrs. Agnes Mcreynolds Biddle.
DAR ID Number: 48866
Born in Buckhorn, Pa.
Wife of J. C. Biddle, M. D.
Descendant of Hugh McReynolds and of Joseph McHard.
Daughter of William Edward Buckingham (1823-80) and Sarah McReynolds
(1824-96), his wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of John McReynolds (1788-80) and Agues McHard, his wife
(1789-1874).
Gr-granddaughter of Hugh McReynolds and Elizabeth Snoddy (1755-1815), his
wife, m. 1784; Joseph McHard and Mary Gingles (1761-1823), his wife.
Hugh McReynolds (1750-97) served as private in the revolution. He was born
in Ireland; died in Watsontown, Pa.
Joseph McHard (1750-1829) enlisted as private 1777 in Capt. Stephen
Chamber's company, Col. William Cooke's 12th Pennsylvania Continental line.
He was born in Antrim, Ireland; died in Washingtonville, Pa.
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Mrs. Grace Biddle De Ouelin.
DAR ID Number: 50885
Born in Danville, Pa.
Descendant of William Donaldson and of Stephen Moore, of New Jersey.
Daughter of William Biddle and Annie A. Moore, his 2nd wife.
Granddaughter of John Moore and Elizabeth Donaldson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Moore and Parthenia Young, his wife; John
Donaldson and Jemima Gulick, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Donaldson and Susannah Lane, his wife.
William Donaldson (1743-1825), enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt. John
Holme's company, Col. Mathias Ogden's regiment, and, 1780, was honorably
discharged. He was born in Ireland; died in Danville, Pa.
Stephen Moore (1759-1813), served in the Hunterdon County militia under
Capt. John Phillips. He was born in New Jersey; died in Mooresburg, Pa., a
place he founded.
Also No. 35961.
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[p.354] Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor Bechtel.
DAR ID Number: 35961
Born in Danville, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Henry H. Bechtel.
Descendant of William Donaldson and of Stephen Moore, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John Moore and Elizabeth Donaldson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stephen Moore and Parthenia Young, his wife; John Donaldson
and Jemima Gulick, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Donaldson and Susan Lane, his wife.
William Donaldson, (1743-1825), enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt. John
Holmes's company, Col. Mathias Ogden's regiment and 1780 was honorably
discharged. He was born in Ireland; died in Danville, Pa.
Also No. 24334.
Stephen Moore, (1759-1813), served in the Hunterdon County militia under
Capt. John Phillips. He died in Mooresburg, Pennsylvania, a place he
founded.
Also Nos. 8237, 12182.
Also No. 24334. (not found)
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Mrs. Sarah Clara Singleton.
DAR ID Number: 50997
Born in Elk Co., Pa.
Wife of Jeremiah C. Singleton.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. George Smith.
Daughter of James McClellan and Elizah Jane Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Sarah Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Smith and Anna Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Smith and Effa Drake, his wife.
George Smith (1745-1825), was appointed sub-lieutenant of Philadelphia
County, 1777, and, 1778, served as agent of confiscated estates. He was
elected lieutenant colonel of militia, 1779, and represented Philadelphia in
the Assembly, 1780-81. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in
Moreland, Lycoming County, Pa.
Also Nos. 30374, 34951, 47353.
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Mrs. Florence Biddle Ver Steeg.
DAR ID Number: 54355
Born in St. Louis, Mo.
Wife of Waüter Bortus ver Steeg.
Descendant of Col. Clement Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Charles C. Hellmers and Eliza E. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Edward R. Biddle and Eliza Davis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Rebecca Cornell, his wife.
Clement Biddle (1740-1814), in 1775, raised and commanded a company of
Quakers and served as quartermaster general of the Flying Camp. He was at
the battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Valley Forge, and Monmouth. His
valuable service in the Commissary Department during the war is shown by
letters from Washington in possession of the family. He was born and died in
Philadelphia.
Also Nos. 8849, 47842.
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Mrs. Mary Wolverton Arthurs.
DAR ID Number: 54500
Born in Sunbury, Pa.
Wife of Biddle Arthurs.
Descendant of John Peter Shindel, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Simon Peter Wolverton and Elizabeth Dewees Hendricks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Hendricks and Anna Maria Shindel, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Rev. John Peter Shindel and Susan McCollough, his wife.
See No. 54491.
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Mrs. Kate L. Schoch.
DAR ID Number: 54491
Born in Northumberland County, Pa.
Wife of F. J. Schoch.
Descendant of John Peter Shindel.
Daughter of Gideon Leisensing and Louisa Shindel, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. John Peter Shindel, Jr., and Susan McCullough, his
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Peter Shindel and Anna Maria Menges, his wife.
John Peter Shindel (1766-1829) enlisted, 1781, as fife major under Col.
James Ross, 8th battalion, Lancaster County militia. He was born and died in
Lebanon, Pa.
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[p.189] Mrs. Martha A. Dalton.
DAR ID Number: 55410
Born in Springfield, Ill.
Wife of D. F. Dalton.
Descendant of Perrin Cardwell.
Daughter of William L. Cardwell and Mary A. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Perrin Cardwell and Elizabeth Worsham, his wife.
Perrin Cardwell (1764-1854) enlisted, 1781, and was at the surrender of
Cornwallis. He was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1831, for
service as private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Powhatan County,
Va.; died in Knox County, Tenn.
Also No. 27862.
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Mrs. Lalla D. Thomas.
DAR ID Number: 27862
Born in Albany, Oregon.
Wife of Warren E. Thomas.
Descendant of Perrin Cardwell.
Daughter of David F. Dalton and Martha Cardwell, his wife.
Granddaughter of William L. Cardwell and Mary A. Biddle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Perrin Cardwell and Amelia Wooshom, his wife.
Perrin Cardwell, (1764-1854), enlisted, 1781, and was at the surrender of
Cornwallis. He was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1831, for
service of private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Powhatan Co., Va.;
died in Knox Co., Tenn.
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[p.23] Mrs. Eleanor Parmelee West.
DAR ID Number: 57070
Born in Leavenworth, Kan.
Wife of John West.
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Buck, of New Jersey.
Daughter of William Parmelee and Elizabeth Buck Black, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Biddle Black and Anna M. Buck, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Buck and Elizabeth Hendry, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Buck and Ruth Seeley, his wife.
Joseph Buck (1753-1803) entered the army as sergeant, and at the close of
the war held the rank of captain by brevet. He was born and died in
Bridgeton, N. J.
Also No. 23456. (not found)
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Mrs. Isabel Bryan Jordan.
DAR ID Number: 60005
Born in Newbern, N. C.
Wife of Edwin Henry Jordan.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson.
Daughter of Henry Ravenscroft Bryan and Mary Biddle Norcott, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Norcott and Sarah Francis Biddle, his wife.
[p.3] Gr-granddaughter of Rev. William Phillip Biddle and Mary Nixon
Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Simpson and Penelope McElwain, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Simpson and Elizabeth Hardee, his wife.
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born in Boston, Mass.; died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 32231. (not found)
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Mrs. Edna Harvey Riddle.
DAR ID Number: 60284
Born in Henry County, Ind.
Wife of Don Carlos Biddle.
Descendant of Andrew Ice and of Lieut. Ezekiel Hickman.
Daughter of James Allen Harvey (b. 1859) and Lulu Bohn Ice (b. 1861), his
wife, m. 1884.
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Trammel Ice (b. 1832) and Rebecca Bohn (1840-78),
his wife, m. 1858.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Ice (1786-1866) and Sarah Hickman (1807-77), his
wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Ice and Mary Ice, his wife; Joshua Hickman and
Josinah Vanmatre, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Hickman and Elizabeth Trammel, his wife.
Andrew Ice (1758-1848) was placed on the pension roll of Henry County, Ind.,
1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Hampshire
County, Va.; died in Henry County, Ind.
Also No. 59737.
Ezekiel Hickman (1725-1806) served, 1777, as lieutenant in Col. Daniel
Brodhead's 8th regiment, Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was born in
Pennsylvania; died in Westmoreland County.
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Miss Lola Ice Jackson.
DAR ID Number: 59737
Born in Mt. Summit, Ind.
Descendant of Andrew Ice.
Daughter of Frank Gallihue Jackson and Jessie Ice, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Trammel Ice and Rebecca Bohn, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Ice and Sarah Hickman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Ice and Mary Ice, his wife.
[p.251] Andrew Ice (1758-1848) was placed on the pension roll of Henry
County, Inc., 1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in
Hampshire County, Va.; died in Henry County, Ind.
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Miss Annie Elizabeth Anderson.
DAR ID Number: 61845
Born in Woodbury, Pa.
Descendant of Capt. Patrick Anderson, Lieut. Andrew Biddle, and Lieut.
Hezekiah Davis.
[p.293] Daughter of Hezekiah Davis Anderson (1814-70) and Drusanna Biddle
(1821-88), his wife, m. 1841.
Granddaughter of Julius Anderson and Harriet Davis, his wife; John Biddle
(1774-1848) and Elizabeth Mullineau (1780-1834), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr-granddaughter of Patrick Anderson and Ann Baton, his 3rd wife; Andrew
Biddle and Christina Cover (d. 1799), his wife; Hezekiah Davis and Anne
Schneck, his wife.
Patrick Anderson (1719-93) was captain of the 1st company of Pennsylvania
musketry and commanded the battalion as senior captain after the colonel was
killed. He was a member of the Assembly, 1778-81. He was born and died in
Chester County.
Also Nos. 18936, 33044, 34889.
Andrew Biddle was commissioned lieutenant, 1778, by the Maryland Council and
later was appointed train master. He was born about 1735, in Germany; died
in Bedford County, Pa.
Hezekiah Davis (1747-1837) was placed on the pension roll, 1831, for service
as lieutenant of militia and State troops. He was born and died in Chester
County, Pa.
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Miss Elizabeth F. Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 63014
Born in Emporia, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of John I. Haynes and Emma Graham, his wife.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Elizabeth T. Biddle, his 2nd
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was [p.6] placed on the pension roll of
Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County,
Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Mrs. Rose Allen Ellis.
DAR ID Number: 65120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of Robert Richardson Ellis.
Descendant of Brig.-Gen. James Wilkinson and of Capt. Simeon Martin.
Daughter of Carroll Woolsey Allen (b. 1832) and Kate Wilkinson (b. 1843),
his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Noah H. Allen (d. 1835) and Harriet Martin (1794-1833), his
wife, m. 1816; Robert Andrews Wilkinson (1809-62) and Mary Stark Gildart
(1809-1901), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1789-1865) and Catherine
Andrews, his wife; Simeon Martin and Abigail Durfee (1750-1832), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Anne Biddle, his wife.
James Wilkinson (1758-1825) entered the army at an early age under Col.
William Thompson, of Pennsylvania; 1776 served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates. In 1777 was adjutant general; 1778, served on the Board
of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier-general of militia. He was
born in Calvert County, Md.; died in City of Mexico.
Also 8649.
Simeon Martin (1754-1819) served as lieutenant, 1776, and captain, 1777, of
Lippitt's Rhode Island regiment. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
Also No. 23896. (not found)
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Mrs. Florence Biddle Ver Steeg.
DAR ID Number: 54355
Born in St. Louis, Mo.
Wife of Waüter Bortus ver Steeg.
Descendant of Col. Clement Biddle, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Charles C. Hellmers and Eliza E. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Edward R. Biddle and Eliza Davis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Clement Biddle and Rebecca Cornell, his wife.
Clement Biddle (1740-1814), in 1775, raised and commanded a company of
Quakers and served as quartermaster general of the Flying Camp. He was at
the battles of Princeton, Brandywine, Valley Forge, and Monmouth. His
valuable service in the Commissary Department during the war is shown by
letters from Washington in possession of the family. He was born and died in
Philadelphia.
Also Nos. 8849, 47842.
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Mrs. Mary Wolverton Arthurs.
DAR ID Number: 54500
Born in Sunbury, Pa.
Wife of Biddle Arthurs.
Descendant of John Peter Shindel, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Simon Peter Wolverton and Elizabeth Dewees Hendricks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Hendricks and Anna Maria Shindel, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Rev. John Peter Shindel and Susan McCollough, his wife.
See No. 54491.
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Mrs. Kate L. Schoch.
DAR ID Number: 54491
Born in Northumberland County, Pa.
Wife of F. J. Schoch.
Descendant of John Peter Shindel.
Daughter of Gideon Leisensing and Louisa Shindel, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. John Peter Shindel, Jr., and Susan McCullough, his
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Peter Shindel and Anna Maria Menges, his wife.
John Peter Shindel (1766-1829) enlisted, 1781, as fife major under Col.
James Ross, 8th battalion, Lancaster County militia. He was born and died in
Lebanon, Pa.
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[p.189] Mrs. Martha A. Dalton.
DAR ID Number: 55410
Born in Springfield, Ill.
Wife of D. F. Dalton.
Descendant of Perrin Cardwell.
Daughter of William L. Cardwell and Mary A. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of Perrin Cardwell and Elizabeth Worsham, his wife.
Perrin Cardwell (1764-1854) enlisted, 1781, and was at the surrender of
Cornwallis. He was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1831, for
service as private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Powhatan County,
Va.; died in Knox County, Tenn.
Also No. 27862.
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Mrs. Lalla D. Thomas.
DAR ID Number: 27862
Born in Albany, Oregon.
Wife of Warren E. Thomas.
Descendant of Perrin Cardwell.
Daughter of David F. Dalton and Martha Cardwell, his wife.
Granddaughter of William L. Cardwell and Mary A. Biddle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Perrin Cardwell and Amelia Wooshom, his wife.
Perrin Cardwell, (1764-1854), enlisted, 1781, and was at the surrender of
Cornwallis. He was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1831, for
service of private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Powhatan Co., Va.;
died in Knox Co., Tenn.
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[p.23] Mrs. Eleanor Parmelee West.
DAR ID Number: 57070
Born in Leavenworth, Kan.
Wife of John West.
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Buck, of New Jersey.
Daughter of William Parmelee and Elizabeth Buck Black, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Biddle Black and Anna M. Buck, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Buck and Elizabeth Hendry, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Buck and Ruth Seeley, his wife.
Joseph Buck (1753-1803) entered the army as sergeant, and at the close of
the war held the rank of captain by brevet. He was born and died in
Bridgeton, N. J.
Also No. 23456. Also No. 23456. (not found)
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Mrs. Nellie Kochersperger Page.
DAR ID Number: 57125
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Dudley L. Page.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John J. Kochersperger and Louise G. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Hannah Van Dyke, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stonnez, his wife.
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) was commissioned captain, 1778, 1st battalion, Salem
County, New Jersey militia, under Col. Whitten Cripps.
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Mrs. Isabel Bryan Jordan.
DAR ID Number: 60005
Born in Newbern, N. C.
Wife of Edwin Henry Jordan.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson.
Daughter of Henry Ravenscroft Bryan and Mary Biddle Norcott, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Norcott and Sarah Francis Biddle, his wife.
[p.3] Gr-granddaughter of Rev. William Phillip Biddle and Mary Nixon
Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Simpson and Penelope McElwain, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Simpson and Elizabeth Hardee, his wife.
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born in Boston, Mass.; died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 32231. (not found)
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Mrs. Edna Harvey Riddle.
DAR ID Number: 60284
Born in Henry County, Ind.
Wife of Don Carlos Biddle.
Descendant of Andrew Ice and of Lieut. Ezekiel Hickman.
Daughter of James Allen Harvey (b. 1859) and Lulu Bohn Ice (b. 1861), his
wife, m. 1884.
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Trammel Ice (b. 1832) and Rebecca Bohn (1840-78),
his wife, m. 1858.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Ice (1786-1866) and Sarah Hickman (1807-77), his
wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Ice and Mary Ice, his wife; Joshua Hickman and
Josinah Vanmatre, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Hickman and Elizabeth Trammel, his wife.
Andrew Ice (1758-1848) was placed on the pension roll of Henry County, Ind.,
1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Hampshire
County, Va.; died in Henry County, Ind.
Also No. 59737.
Ezekiel Hickman (1725-1806) served, 1777, as lieutenant in Col. Daniel
Brodhead's 8th regiment, Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was born in
Pennsylvania; died in Westmoreland County.
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Miss Lola Ice Jackson.
DAR ID Number: 59737
Born in Mt. Summit, Ind.
Descendant of Andrew Ice.
Daughter of Frank Gallihue Jackson and Jessie Ice, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Trammel Ice and Rebecca Bohn, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Ice and Sarah Hickman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Ice and Mary Ice, his wife.
[p.251] Andrew Ice (1758-1848) was placed on the pension roll of Henry
County, Inc., 1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in
Hampshire County, Va.; died in Henry County, Ind.
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Miss Annie Elizabeth Anderson.
DAR ID Number: 61845
Born in Woodbury, Pa.
Descendant of Capt. Patrick Anderson, Lieut. Andrew Biddle, and Lieut.
Hezekiah Davis.
[p.293] Daughter of Hezekiah Davis Anderson (1814-70) and Drusanna Biddle
(1821-88), his wife, m. 1841.
Granddaughter of Julius Anderson and Harriet Davis, his wife; John Biddle
(1774-1848) and Elizabeth Mullineau (1780-1834), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr-granddaughter of Patrick Anderson and Ann Baton, his 3rd wife; Andrew
Biddle and Christina Cover (d. 1799), his wife; Hezekiah Davis and Anne
Schneck, his wife.
Patrick Anderson (1719-93) was captain of the 1st company of Pennsylvania
musketry and commanded the battalion as senior captain after the colonel was
killed. He was a member of the Assembly, 1778-81. He was born and died in
Chester County.
Also Nos. 18936, 33044, 34889.
Andrew Biddle was commissioned lieutenant, 1778, by the Maryland Council and
later was appointed train master. He was born about 1735, in Germany; died
in Bedford County, Pa.
Hezekiah Davis (1747-1837) was placed on the pension roll, 1831, for service
as lieutenant of militia and State troops. He was born and died in Chester
County, Pa.
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Miss Elizabeth F. Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 63014
Born in Emporia, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of John I. Haynes and Emma Graham, his wife.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Elizabeth T. Biddle, his 2nd
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was [p.6] placed on the pension roll of
Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County,
Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Mrs. Rose Allen Ellis.
DAR ID Number: 65120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of Robert Richardson Ellis.
Descendant of Brig.-Gen. James Wilkinson and of Capt. Simeon Martin.
Daughter of Carroll Woolsey Allen (b. 1832) and Kate Wilkinson (b. 1843),
his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Noah H. Allen (d. 1835) and Harriet Martin (1794-1833), his
wife, m. 1816; Robert Andrews Wilkinson (1809-62) and Mary Stark Gildart
(1809-1901), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1789-1865) and Catherine
Andrews, his wife; Simeon Martin and Abigail Durfee (1750-1832), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Anne Biddle, his wife.
James Wilkinson (1758-1825) entered the army at an early age under Col.
William Thompson, of Pennsylvania; 1776 served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates. In 1777 was adjutant general; 1778, served on the Board
of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier-general of militia. He was
born in Calvert County, Md.; died in City of Mexico.
Also 8649.
Simeon Martin (1754-1819) served as lieutenant, 1776, and captain, 1777, of
Lippitt's Rhode Island regiment. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
Also No. 23896. (not found)
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Mrs. Kathrine Gerichs Fehren.
DAR ID Number: 67911
Born in Vandalia, Ill.
Wife of Frederick Q. Fehren.
Descendant of John Matchett.
Daughter of John C. Gerichs and Myra Walker, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lewis Walker and Catherine Ann Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of George Gordon Smith and Lydia Gordon Biddle, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hugh Smith and Catherine Matchett, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Matchett and Catherine (or Ann) Gordon (d.
1844), his wife.
John Matchett served as private in Capt. Dey's company, 2nd battalion, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Matchetts Mills early in
the 19th century.
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Miss Violet M. Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 68046
Born in Norwich, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of William E. Haynes (b. 1863) and Viola E. Hunter (b. 1860), his
wife, m. 1888.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (1808-71) and Elizabeth S. Biddle (1823-1905),
his 2nd wife, m. 1852.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews (b. 1763), his wife, m.
1783.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Mrs. Mary Boggs Emery.
DAR ID Number: 70667
Born in Wood County, Ohio.
Wife of Dr. George W. Emery.
Descendant of Major John Boggs.
Daughter of Edward Boggs (1827-60) and Philena Williams (1829-92), his wife,
m. 1849.
Granddaughter of Andrew Boggs (1773-1845) and Sarah Talman Biddle
(1793-1845), his wife, m. 1821.
Gr-granddaughter of John Boggs and Elizabeth Johnson (1751-1815), his wife,
m. 1772.
John Boggs (1731-96) was commissioned major, 1776, of Cumberland County
Associators, under Col. Joseph Armstrong. He served as assistant paymaster,
1780. He was born in Cumberland County; died in Center County, Pa.
Also No. 15022. (not found)
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[p.24] Mrs. Margery Huld.
DAR ID Number: 74068
Born in Council Grove, Kans.
Wife of Felix E. Huld.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Henry Shields Haynes (b. 1860) and Fannie Bonteson (1861-1901),
his 1st wife, m. 1887.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) and Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905),
his 2nd wife, m. 1852.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews (b. 1763), his 1st
wife, m. 1783.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Mrs. Julia Adams Geissler.
DAR ID Number: 77609
Born in Arcachon, France.
Wife of Arthur H. Geissler.
Descendant of Robert Adams.
Daughter of Edward White Adams (1844-91) and Julia Biddle Henderson
(1846-1902), his wife, m. 1868.
Granddaughter of Christopher Adams (1806-52) and Harriott Gage McCall (d.
1897), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of William Adams (1771-1821) and Nancy Chinn (b. 1785), his
wife, m. 1806.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Adams and Mary Irvine, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Adams and Penelope Lynch, his wife.
Robert Adams (1725-96) was a member of the Vigilance Committee, 1780, with
his brother-in-law as leader, who cleared the region of outlaws and Tories.
This was the origin of the Lynch law, and their summary methods were later
approved by the Assembly. In 1782, he was Justice of the Court of Campbell
County, Va.
Also No. 59779.
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Mrs. Ruth Mann Hart.
DAR ID Number: 59779
Born in Nelson County, Ky.
Wife of John Hart.
Descendant of Robert Adams.
Daughter of Beverly Mann and Margaret Troutman, his wife.
Granddaughter of James B. Mann and Mary Terhune, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jackson Mann and Mary Adams, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Adams, Jr., and Mary Terrill, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Adams and Penelope Lynch, his wife.
[p.264] Robert Adams (1725-96) was a member of the Vigilance Committee,
1780, with his brother-in-law as leader, who cleared the region of outlaws
and Tories. This was the origin of Lynch law, and their summary methods were
later approved by the Assembly. In 1782 he was Justice of the Court of
Campbell County, Va.
Also No. 39883. (not found)
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Miss Blanche Stephens Van Auken.
DAR ID Number: 79492
Born in Adrian, Mich.
Descendant of Joshua Stephens.
Daughter of Jared A. Van Auken (1847-93) and Frances Stephens (1849-1900),
his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Oliver P. Stephens (1820-75) and Mary Biddle (1822-69), his
wife, m. 1846.
Gr-granddaughter of John Stephens (1781-1875) and Nancy Bowen (b. 1787), his
wife, m. 1810.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Stephens and Priscilla Humphreys, his wife, m.
1771.
Joshua Stephens (1733-1823) served, 1781, as private in Capt. Robert
Cochran's company, Chester County militia. He was born in Berks County, Pa.;
died in Hardin, Ohio.
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Mrs. Laura Sparks Douglas.
DAR ID Number: 80393
Born in Camden, N. J.
Wife of Walter Pearce Douglas.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Charles Aplin Sparks (1826-1904) and Amelia Ross (b. 1828), his
wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Aaron Sparks (1791-1856) and Elizabeth Aplin (1796-1880),
his wife, m. 1813.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Sparks (1760-1803) and Sarah Biddle (1768-1854),
his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stournez (1739-1800), his
wife.
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) was commissioned captain, 1778, 1st battalion, Salem
County, New Jersey militia, under Col. Whitten Cripps. He died in Salem, N.
J.
Also No. 57125.
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Mrs. Nellie Kochersperger Page.
DAR ID Number: 57125
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Dudley L. Page.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John J. Kochersperger and Louise G. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Hannah Van Dyke, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stonnez, his wife.
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) was commissioned captain, 1778, 1st battalion, Salem
County, New Jersey militia, under Col. Whitten Cripps.
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Miss Amelia Sparks.
DAR ID Number: 80394
Born in Camden, N. J.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle.
Daughter of Charles Aplin Sparks (1826-1904) and Amelia Ross (b. 1828), his
wife, m. 1852.
See No. 80393.
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Mrs. Laura Sparks Douglas.
DAR ID Number: 80393
Born in Camden, N. J.
Wife of Walter Pearce Douglas.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Charles Aplin Sparks (1826-1904) and Amelia Ross (b. 1828), his
wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Aaron Sparks (1791-1856) and Elizabeth Aplin (1796-1880),
his wife, m. 1813.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Sparks (1760-1803) and Sarah Biddle (1768-1854),
his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stournez (1739-1800), his
wife.
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) was commissioned captain, 1778, 1st battalion, Salem
County, New Jersey militia, under Col. Whitten Cripps. He died in Salem, N.
J.
Also No. 57125.
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Mrs. Nellie Kochersperger Page.
DAR ID Number: 57125
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Dudley L. Page.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, of New Jersey.
Daughter of John J. Kochersperger and Louise G. Biddle, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Biddle and Hannah Van Dyke, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Biddle and Elizabeth Stonnez, his wife.
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) was commissioned captain, 1778, 1st battalion, Salem
County, New Jersey militia, under Col. Whitten Cripps.
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Miss Rose Wilkinson.
DAR ID Number: 81944
Born in St. Bernard County, La.
Descendant of Brigadier-General James Wilkinson.
Daughter of Robert Andrews Wilkinson, Jr. (1845-97), and Lucy Ashby (d.
1904), his wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of Robert Andrews Wilkinson (1809-63) and Mary Stark (Gildart)
(1809-1901), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1785-1865) and Cathrine Andrews
(1789-1861), his wife, m. 1807.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Ann Biddle, his wife.
James Wilkinson (1757-1825), in 1776, served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates; in 1777, was adjutant general; 1778, served on the Board
of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier-general of militia. He was
born in Benedict, Md.; died in the city of Mexico.
Also No. 65120.
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Mrs. Rose Allen Ellis.
DAR ID Number: 65120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of Robert Richardson Ellis.
Descendant of Brig.-Gen. James Wilkinson and of Capt. Simeon Martin.
Daughter of Carroll Woolsey Allen (b. 1832) and Kate Wilkinson (b. 1843),
his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Noah H. Allen (d. 1835) and Harriet Martin (1794-1833), his
wife, m. 1816; Robert Andrews Wilkinson (1809-62) and Mary Stark Gildart
(1809-1901), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1789-1865) and Catherine
Andrews, his wife; Simeon Martin and Abigail Durfee (1750-1832), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Anne Biddle, his wife.
James Wilkinson (1758-1825) entered the army at an early age under Col.
William Thompson, of Pennsylvania; 1776 served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates. In 1777 was adjutant general; 1778, served on the Board
of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier-general of militia. He was
born in Calvert County, Md.; died in City of Mexico.
Also 8649.
Simeon Martin (1754-1819) served as lieutenant, 1776, and captain, 1777, of
Lippitt's Rhode Island regiment. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
Also No. 23896.(not found)
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[p.265] Mrs. Eliza De Haven Perrine.
DAR ID Number: 82694
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of George W. Perrine.
Descendant of Samuel De Haven.
Daughter of John B. Cody (1820-1906) and Amanda De Haven (1823-79), his
wife, m. 1843.
Granddaughter of John W. De Haven (1792-1849) and Eliza (Biddle) Thomas
(1797-1859), his wife, m. 1820.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan De Haven (1756-1822) and Mary Wister, his wife,
m. 1790.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel De Haven and Susanna Spaulding (1736-1814),
his wife.
Samuel De Haven (1724-1815) served in the Philadelphia County militia under
Capt. Abraham Wentz. His estate was near Valley Forge and he and his
brothers, Jacob and Peter, contributed liberally to the support of the
suffering army. He was born in France; died in Montgomery County, Pa.
Also No. 58985.
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Mrs. S. Edna Hiltner Dunkle.
DAR ID Number: 58985
Born in Montgomery County, Pa.
Descendant of Samuel De Haven.
Daughter of Edwin L. Hiltner and Sarah J. De Haven, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph De Haven and Catherine Prutzman, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John De Haven and Hannah Pawling, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel De Haven and Susanna Spaulding, his wife.
[p.339] Samuel De Haven (1725-1815) served in the Philadelphia County
militia under Capt. Abraham Wentz. His estate was near Valley Forge, and he
and his brothers, Jacob and Peter, contributed liberally to the support of
the suffering army. He was born in France; died in Montgomery County, Pa.
Also Nos. 6904, 15315, 46445.
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Mrs. Maud Carter Clement.
DAR ID Number: 85171
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of N. C. Clement.
Descendant of Lieut. Moses Hutchings, Lieut. Joshua Rutledge and Capt. David
Lanier, as follows:
1. James Carter, Jr. (b. 1842), m., 1872, Bettie Pigg (b. 1852).
[p.64] 2. James Carter (1807-84), m., 1834, Lucy Washington Lanier
(1817-91); Hezekiah Pigg (1823-1908), m., 1849, Martha Rutledge (1829-85).
3. Thomas Carter (1777-1852), m. Anne Hutchings (1786-1835); John Biddle
Rutledge (1802-37), m. 1823, Lucinda Ward (1806-60); James M. Lanier (d.
1820), m. Mary Merriman Johns.
4. Moses Hutchings, m. Lucy Parke; Joshua Rutledge, m. 1789, Augustine
Biddle; David Lanier, m. — Hicks.
Moses Hutchings (1754-1836) served as ensign, 1777, in Capt. John
Donaldson's company, Virginia troops; 1778, as Indian spy, and later as
lieutenant in Capt. Armistead Shelton's company. He was born in Culpeper
County; died in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
Also No. 48120.
David Lanier served as captain in Col. Abram Penn's regiment from Henry
County, Va., where he died. He was born in Brunswick County.
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Mrs. Mary Vaudry Linas.
DAR ID Number: 48120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of William A. Linas.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge.
Daughter of William T. Vaudry and Jennie Blanche Welch, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Welch and Penelope K. Rutledge, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joshua Rutledge and Augustina Biddle, his wife.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant 1780 and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
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Mrs. Margaret Donnell Shepard Nelson.
DAR ID Number: 85587
Born in Newberne, N. C.
Wife of Samuel Nelson.
Descendant of Richard Dobbs Spaight, as follows:
1. Charles Biddle Shepard (1808-43), m. 2d, 1840, Mary Spaight Donnell
(1817-83).
2. John Robert Donnell (1791-1864), m. 1815, Margaret Elizabeth Spaight (d.
1831).
3. Richard Dobbs Spaight, m. 1794, Mary Leach.
Richard Dobbs Spaight (1760-1809) served as aide to Gen. Richard Caswell at
Camden, 1780. He was born and died in New Berne, N. C.
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Mrs. Virginia Wilkinson Tucker.
DAR ID Number: 85789
Born in Orleans County, La.
Wife of Dr. James Arthur Tucker.
Descendant of Fielding Lewis, Brig.-Gen. James Wilkinson, and of Adj. Robert
Stark, as follows:
1. Horace Wilkinson (b. 1854), m. 1883, Julia Merwin (b. 1860).
2. Dr. Joseph Biddle Wilkinson, Jr. (1817-1902), m. 1844, Josephine Stark
(1824-1908); Daniel O. Merwin (1820-66), m. 1854, Virginia Bolling Carter
(b. 1833).
See No. 85402.
3. Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1777-1860), m. Catherine Andrews (1792-1860);
Horatio Stark (b. 1778), m. Elizabeth (Osborne) Penniman.
4. James Wilkinson, m. Anne Biddle; Robert Stark, m. Mary Hay.
James Wilkinson (1758-1825) entered the army at an early age under Col.
William Thompson, of Pennsylvania; 1776, served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates; in 1777, was adjutant general; [p.303] 1778, served on
the Board of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier general of
militia, He was born in Calvert County, Md.; died in the City of Mexico.
Also No. 65120.
Robert Stark, Jr. (1752-1830) was in the battle of Blackstock, Eutaw
Springs, and Cowpens, and was appointed adjutant. He became distinguished in
law and, in 1819, was Secretary of State of South Carolina, where he died.
He was born in Petersburg, Va.
Also No. 49761.
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Mrs. Virginia Carter Merwin.
DAR ID Number: 85402
Born in Woodville, Miss.
Wife of Daniel Ostrander Merwin.
Descendant of Fielding Lewis, as follows:
1. George Washington Carter (1791-1833), m. 1814, Mary Burwell Wormley
(1796-1865).
2. Charles Carter, m. Betty Lewis (b. 1765).
3. Fielding Lewis, m. 2nd, 1750, Betty Washington (b. 1733).
Fielding Lewis (1725-81) was quartermaster general of the Virginia forces in
the War of the Revolution. He superintended the manufacture of guns and
ammunition for the army and gave generously to the patriot cause. He was
born in Lancaster County, Va.; died in Fredericksburg.
Also No. 47405.
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Mrs. Eleanor Rosalie Thornton.
DAR ID Number: 47405
Born in Albemarle County, Va.
Wife of William Mynn Thornton.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Benjamin Harrison and Fielding Lewis of Virginia.
[p.197] Daughter of Dr. Gessner Harrison and Eliza Lewis Carter Tucker, his
wife.
Granddaughter of Dr. Peachy Harrison and Mary Stuart, his wife; George
Tucker and Maria Ball Carter, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison and Mary McClure, his wife; Charles
Carter and Elizabeth Lewis, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, his wife.
Benjamin Harrison (1741-1819) entered the army 1775 and served until the
surrender at Yorktown. In 1778 he was appointed lieutenant colonel of the
militia of Rockingham County when that county was formed.
Also Nos. 1185, 2139, 28057, 39563.
Fielding Lewis (1725-81) was quartermaster general of the Virginia forces in
the war of the Revolution. He superintended the manufacture of guns and
ammunition for the army, and gave generously to the patriot cause.
Also No. 847, 1352. (847-not found)
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Mrs. Rose Allen Ellis.
DAR ID Number: 65120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of Robert Richardson Ellis.
Descendant of Brig.-Gen. James Wilkinson and of Capt. Simeon Martin.
Daughter of Carroll Woolsey Allen (b. 1832) and Kate Wilkinson (b. 1843),
his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Noah H. Allen (d. 1835) and Harriet Martin (1794-1833), his
wife, m. 1816; Robert Andrews Wilkinson (1809-62) and Mary Stark Gildart
(1809-1901), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Biddle Wilkinson (1789-1865) and Catherine
Andrews, his wife; Simeon Martin and Abigail Durfee (1750-1832), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Wilkinson and Anne Biddle, his wife.
James Wilkinson (1758-1825) entered the army at an early age under Col.
William Thompson, of Pennsylvania; 1776 served as aide to Generals Greene,
Arnold, and Gates. In 1777 was adjutant general; 1778, served on the Board
of War, and at the close of the war was brigadier-general of militia. He was
born in Calvert County, Md.; died in City of Mexico.
Also 8649.
Simeon Martin (1754-1819) served as lieutenant, 1776, and captain, 1777, of
Lippitt's Rhode Island regiment. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
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Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., p. Mrs. M. Jennie
Hinman. DAR ID Number: 49001 Born in Rootstown, Ohio. Wife of Zerah Hinman.
Descendant of Sergt. Asher Hinman. Daughter of Lloyd Hinman and Mary Lewis,
his wife. Granddaughter of Zerah Hinman, Jr., and Miriam Moses, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Zerah Hinman and Anna Mills, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asher Hinman and Mary Harris, his wife. Asher Hinman
(1742-1809) enlisted as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm from New Hartford,
Conn. He died in Canton, Conn. The National Society of the Daughters of the
American Revolution., p. Mrs. Sarah Rice Lougee. DAR ID Number: 49002 Born
in Canton, Conn. Wife of Josiah Lougee. Descendant of Corp. David Scott.
Daughter of Charles L. Rice and Sarah Scott, his wife. [p.2] Granddaughter
of David Scott, Jr. (1793-1848) and Experience Scott, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of David Scott and Sarah Field, his 2nd wife, m. 1790.
David Scott (1748-1812) enlisted as private at the Lexington Alarm from
Sunderland; also served as corporal at the siege of Boston, 1775-77. He was
born in Whately; died in Williamsburg, Mass. NOTE.–The number at the end of
the name represents the National Number of the Member of the Society. The
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., p.2 Mrs. Sara
Lougee Latimer. DAR ID Number: 49003 Born in Canton, Conn. Wife of George
Latimer. Descendant of Corp. David Scott. Daughter of Josiah Lougee and
Sarah L. Rice, his wife. See No. 49002. The National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution., p.2 Mrs. Claribel Hinman Rice. DAR ID
Number: 49004 Born in Canton, Conn. Descendant of Sergt. Asher Hinman.
Daughter of Julius Hinman and Pluma Rice, his 2nd wife. See No. 49001. The
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., p.2 Mrs. Mary
Priscilla Barker Smith. DAR ID Number: 49005 Born in New Haven, Conn. Wife
of Charles H. Smith. Descendant of Capt. Augustus Stanton. Daughter of James
Barker and Mary Eliza Pendleton, his wife. Granddaughter of Job Stanton
Pendleton and Lucy Stanton, his 2nd wife. Gr-granddaughter of Oliver Stanton
and Hannah Knowlton Dewey, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Augustus Stanton
and Eunice Crandall, his wife. [p.3] Augustus Stanton (1745-1822) was
elected by the General Assembly of Rhode Island lieutenant in the company
commanded by Capt. Thomas Wells, 1776, and in 1777 served as captain of
artillery. He was born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Hancock, Mass. Also No.
17015. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.,
p.3 Mrs. Laura Collins Hall Goldsborough. DAR ID Number: 49006 Born in
Milford, Del. Descendant of Ensign John Hazzard, of Delaware. Daughter of
George H. Hall and Adale Hazzard, his wife. Granddaughter of William A.
Hazzard and Mary P. Elliot, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Gov. David Hazzard
and Elizabeth Collins, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hazzard and
Mary Houston, his wife. John Hazzard (1754-1825) served as ensign in Capt.
William Perry's company, 1777, Delaware line. He was born in Milton. Also
No. 43848. The National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution., p.3 Miss Grace Helen De Riemer. DAR ID Number: 49007 Born in
Ceylon. Descendant of Lieut. James Hyde, Jr., of Connecticut. Daughter of
Rev. William Edward De Riemer and Emily Frances True, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Charles K. True and Elizabeth Bassett Hyde, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Rev. Edward Hyde and Elizabeth Cambridge, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Hyde, Jr., and Martha Nevins, his wife. James
Hyde, Jr. (1752-1809) was sergeant, 1777, in the Connecticut Continental
line; promoted lieutenant in 1781 and served to the close of the war. He was
at Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth, Stony Point, and Yorktown. He was
born and died in Norwich, Conn. Also Nos. 2626, 12236, 13287, 14485, 22900,
23022, 37999. The National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution., p.3 [p.4] Mrs. Catharine Elizabeth Ritter Custis. DAR ID
Number: 49008 Born in Frederick, Md. Wife of Dr. J. B. Gregg Custis.
Descendant of Lieut. William Ritter. Daughter of John Alfred Ritter and
Catharine Elizabeth Martin, his wife. Granddaughter of Adam Ritter and
Catharine Martin, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William Ritter. William
Ritter was 2nd lieutenant in Capt. William Keeport's company, Continental
troops, commanded by Lieut.-Col. George Stricker, Maryland line. Was
commissioned 1st lieutenant, 1777, in the 4th artillery regiment. He was
born 1750. The National Society of the Daughters of the American
Revolution., p.4 Miss Harriet Ann Keen. DAR ID Number: 49009 Born in
Washington, D. C. Descendant of Col. Evan Evans, of Pennsylvania. Daughter
of William Evans Garrett Keen and Ellen White Lovejoy, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Williams Keen and Jane Garrett, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Garrett and Margaret Evans, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Evan Evans and Margaret Nivins, his wife. Evan Evans
(1732-94) served on the Committee of Observation, commanded Chester County
militia, and was a member of Assembly. He was born in Chester County, Pa.,
where he died. Also Nos. 41, 1761, 2318, 5221, 7170, 16499. The National
Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., p.4 Miss Nellie Bowen.
DAR ID Number: 49010 Born in Selma, Ala. Descendant of Major Charles Dyer.
Daughter of Thomas Stebbins Bowen and Samantha Snow, his wife. Granddaughter
of Thomas Alrich Bowen and Mary Dyer, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin
Dyer and Mary Clark, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Charles Dyer and
Susannah Wright, his wife [p.5] Charles Dyer (1753-1845) served as captain
in the Continental line and as major of Rhode Island militia. He was born in
North Kingston, R. I.; died in Shaftsbury, Vt. Also No. 24228. The National
Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution., p.5 Mrs. Clio Smith
Tidwell. DAR ID Number: 49011 Born in Athens, Ga. Wife of William De
Graffenried Tidwell. Descendant of Col. Arthur Erwin, of Pennsylvania, and
of Alexander Erwin, of North Carolina. Daughter of J. Bruce Smith and Mary
England, his wife. Granddaughter of J. S. England and Piety E. Barr, his
wife. Gr-granddaughter of Elisha England and Mary Erwin, his wife. Gr-gr-gra
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Mrs. Mary West Beatty.
DAR ID Number: 49761
Born in Waco, Texas.
Wife of J. B. Beatty.
Descendant of Gilbert Thornton and of Robert Stark, Jr.
Daughter of John C. West and Mary E. Stark, his wife.
Granddaughter of Theodore Stark and Eliza Casey Lamar, his wife; John
Charles West and Nancy Clark Eccles, his wife.
[p.342] Gr-granddaughter of Robert Stark, Jr., and Mary Hay, his wife;
Jonathan Eccles and Catherine Thornton, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Stark and Mary Hall, his wife; Gilbert
Thornton and Keziah Kitchell, his wife.
Gilbert Thornton (1732-1802) served as a private in the Morris County, New
Jersey, militia, and in the State troops. He was born in Boston, Mass.,
lived in New Jersey during the Revolution, removed to South Carolina in
1795, where he died in Camden.
Robert Stark, Jr. (1762-1830) was in the battle of Blackstock, Eutaw
Springs, and Cowpens. He became distinguished in law, and in 1819 was
Secretary of State of South Carolina, where he died, in Columbia. He was
born in Petersburg, Va.
Also No. 34402.
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****S Decca Lamar West.
DAR ID Number: 34402
Born in Waco, Texas.
Descendant of Col. Robert Stark, Robert Stark, Jr., and Gilbert Thornton.
Daughter of John C. West and Mary E. Lamar Stark, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Charles West and Nancy Clark Eccles (1808-43), his
wife; Theodore Stark and Eliza Cary Lamar, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Eccles and Catherine Thornton (1784-1830), his
wife, m. 1805; Robert Stark, Jr. and Mary Hay, his second wife, m. 1802.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gilbert Thornton and Keziah Kitchell (b. 1744), his
wife; Robert Stark and Mary Hall, his wife.
Robert Stark commanded a lower regiment of militia in the fork of Saluda and
Broad rivers, 1775. He suffered imprisonment on a British ship near
Charleston and his wife was a noble helpmate.
Robert Stark, Jr., (1762-1830), was in the battles of Blackstock, Eutaw
Springs and Cowpens. He became distinguished in law and 1819 was Secretary
of State of South Carolina where he died in Columbia. He was born near
Petersburg, Va.
Gilbert Thornton, (1732-1802), served as a private in the Morris county, New
Jersey militia and in the state troops. He was born in Boston, Mass.; lived
in New Jersey during the revolution; removed to South Carolina 1795, where
he died in Camden.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Rush Porter.
DAR ID Number: 85989
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Lieut.-Col. John Biddle Porter.
Descendant of Benjamin Rush, M. D., as follows:
1. James Murray Rush (1814-61), m. 1852, Elizabeth Upshur (1820-86).
2. Richard Rush (1780-1859), m. 1809, Catherine Eliza Murray (1782-1854).
3. Benjamin Rush, M. D., m. 1776, Julia Stockton (1747-1826).
Benjamin Rush (1745-1813) was chairman of the Committee of Conference, which
reported it expedient for Congress to declare independence and was a Signer
of the Declaration of Independence. He was surgeon general for the middle
department, but resigned, 1778, on account of the wrongs done the soldiers
in regard to the hospital stores. He was born and died in Philadelphia, Pa.
Also No. 1700. (not found)
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Mrs. Irving W. Wright Shepherd.
DAR ID Number: 87481
Born in Henrico County, Va.
Wife of Thomas Smith Shepherd.
Descendant of William Wright, as follows:
1. Willard Wigfall Wright (1860-1910) m., 1885, Mary Susan Henderson (b.
1865).
2. Luther Wright (b. 1840) m., 1859, Susan Withers Coleman (b. 1837).
3. Wesley Wright (1798-1879) m., 1834, Mary Ann Green White (1816-55).
4. William Wright m. Frances Biddle (1772-1853).
William Wright (1765-1829) served, 1783, in the Virginia troops, under Major
Slaughter from Caroline County, Va., where he was born and died.
Also No. 81847.
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Mrs. Mary A. Wright Throckmorton.
DAR ID Number: 81847
Born in Caroline County, Va.
Wife of C. W. Throckmorton.
Descendant of William Wright.
Daughter of Luther Wright (b. 1840) and Susan Withers Coleman (b. 1837), his
wife, m. 1859.
Granddaughter of Wesley Wright (1799-1879) and Mary Ann Green White
(1816-55), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of William Wright and Frances Riddle (1772-1853), his wife.
[p.316] William Wright (1765-1829) served, 1783, in the Virginia troops,
under Major Slaughter from Caroline County, Va., where he was born and died.
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Miss Gertrude Louise Crim.
DAR ID Number: 91144
Born in Galion, Ohio.
Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Biddle, as follows:
1. Joseph M. Crim (1834-1904) m. 1868 Rachel Ellen Biddle (b. 1843).
2. Alexander Biddle (1810-99) m. 1832 Magdalena Noftzgar (1812-49).
3. Jacob Biddle (1770-1851) m. Rachel Todd (1773-1844).
4. Andrew Biddle m. 1767 Christina Cover (d. 1798).
Andrew Biddle enlisted as lieutenant in the Maryland militia, and later
appointed train master of supplies in the Pennsylvania Line of troops. He
was born in Germany; died, 1814, in Bedford County, Pa.
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Mrs. Annie Blount Harrell.
DAR ID Number: 94411
Born in Raleigh, N. C.
Wife of Herbert Bascomb Harrell.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson, as follows:
1. William Blount Pope (1818-69) m. 1848 Annie Judson Biddle (1828-1906).
[p.132] 2. William Philips Biddle (1785-1853) m. 1810 Mary Nixon Simpson
(1793-1850).
3. Samuel Simpson (1763-1836) m. Penelope McIlwaine (d. 1791).
4. John Simpson m. 1758 Elizabeth Hardee (1738-1805).
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born and died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 60005.
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Mrs. Isabel Bryan Jordan.
DAR ID Number: 60005
Born in Newbern, N. C.
Wife of Edwin Henry Jordan.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson.
Daughter of Henry Ravenscroft Bryan and Mary Biddle Norcott, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Norcott and Sarah Francis Biddle, his wife.
[p.3] Gr-granddaughter of Rev. William Phillip Biddle and Mary Nixon
Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Simpson and Penelope McElwain, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Simpson and Elizabeth Hardee, his wife.
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born in Boston, Mass.; died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 32231. (not found)
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Miss Helen Augusta Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 94757
Born in Norwich, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes, as follows:
1. Nathan Biddle Haynes (b. 1853) m. 1888 Ruth Carson (b. 1858).
2. Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) m. 2nd 1852 Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905).
3. John Haynes m. 1783 Margaret Andrews (b. 1763).
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 74068.
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[p.24] Mrs. Margery Huld.
DAR ID Number: 74068
Born in Council Grove, Kans.
Wife of Felix E. Huld.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Henry Shields Haynes (b. 1860) and Fannie Bonteson (1861-1901),
his 1st wife, m. 1887.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) and Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905),
his 2nd wife, m. 1852.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews (b. 1763), his 1st
wife, m. 1783.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Miss Mabel Graham Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 94758
Born in Emporia, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes, as follows:
1. John O. Haynes (b. 1855) m. 1883 Emma Anne Graham (b. 1859).
2. Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) m. 2nd 1852 Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905).
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Miss Helen Augusta Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 94757
Born in Norwich, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes, as follows:
1. Nathan Biddle Haynes (b. 1853) m. 1888 Ruth Carson (b. 1858).
2. Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) m. 2nd 1852 Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905).
3. John Haynes m. 1783 Margaret Andrews (b. 1763).
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 74068.
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[p.24] Mrs. Margery Huld.
DAR ID Number: 74068
Born in Council Grove, Kans.
Wife of Felix E. Huld.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Henry Shields Haynes (b. 1860) and Fannie Bonteson (1861-1901),
his 1st wife, m. 1887.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) and Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905),
his 2nd wife, m. 1852.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews (b. 1763), his 1st
wife, m. 1783.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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[p.229] Miss Marguerite Biddle Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 94759
Born in Norwich, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes, as follows:
1. Nathan Biddle Haynes (b. 1853) m. 1888 Ruth Carson (b. 1858).
See No. 94757.
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Miss Helen Augusta Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 94757
Born in Norwich, Kans.
Descendant of John Haynes, as follows:
1. Nathan Biddle Haynes (b. 1853) m. 1888 Ruth Carson (b. 1858).
2. Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) m. 2nd 1852 Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905).
3. John Haynes m. 1783 Margaret Andrews (b. 1763).
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 74068.
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[p.24] Mrs. Margery Huld.
DAR ID Number: 74068
Born in Council Grove, Kans.
Wife of Felix E. Huld.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Henry Shields Haynes (b. 1860) and Fannie Bonteson (1861-1901),
his 1st wife, m. 1887.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Haynes (1805-71) and Elizabeth T. Biddle (1823-1905),
his 2nd wife, m. 1852.
Gr-granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews (b. 1763), his 1st
wife, m. 1783.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was engaged in the battles of
Ramsour's Mills, Polk's Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 he was placed
on the pension roll of Giles County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina;
died in McCracken County, Ky.
Also No. 56458.
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Mrs. Quintilia T. Haynes Ringo.
DAR ID Number: 56458
Born in Knox County, Ill.
Wife of Richard M. Ringo.
Descendant of John Haynes.
Daughter of Cyrus Haynes (b. 1805) and Mahala Smith (b. 1813), his wife, m.
1836.
Granddaughter of John Haynes and Margaret Andrews, his wife.
John Haynes (1759-1838) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Hugh Hull's
company, Col. George Davidson's regiment, and was at Ramsour's Mills, Polk's
Mills, and other skirmishes. In 1833 was placed on the pension roll of Giles
County, Tenn. He was born in North Carolina; died in McCracken County, Ky.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Pigg Mcinnis.
DAR ID Number: 95347
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of F. C. McInnis.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge, as follows:
1. John Hutchings Pigg (b. 1856) m. 1886 Rada Williams (b. 1865).
2. Hezekiah Ford Pigg (1823-1908) m. 1849 Martha Henry Rutledge (1829-85).
3. Dr. John Biddle Rutledge (1798-1837) m. 1823 Lucinda Dillard Ward
(1804-59).
4. Joshua Rutledge m. 1789 Augustina Biddle.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Landsdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
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Mrs. Laura Bryan Griswold.
DAR ID Number: 97181
Born in Kinston, N. C.
Wife of William J. Griswold.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson, as follows:
1. James Petigrew Bryan (1829-87) m. 1860 Mary Simpson Biddle (1837-92).
2. Samuel Biddle (1811-72) m. 1837 Mary Bryan Williams (1819-43).
3. Rev. William Philip Biddle (1785-1853) m. 1810 Mary Nixon Simpson
(1793-1850).
4. Samuel Simpson m. 1783 Penelope McIlwain.
5. John Simpson m. 1758 Elizabeth Hardee.
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the committee of safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born in Boston, Mass.; died in Pitt County, N. C.
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Mrs. Isabel Bryan Jordan.
DAR ID Number: 60005
Born in Newbern, N. C.
Wife of Edwin Henry Jordan.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson.
Daughter of Henry Ravenscroft Bryan and Mary Biddle Norcott, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Norcott and Sarah Francis Biddle, his wife.
[p.3] Gr-granddaughter of Rev. William Phillip Biddle and Mary Nixon
Simpson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Simpson and Penelope McElwain, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Simpson and Elizabeth Hardee, his wife.
John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Pitt
County, N. C., 1775, and a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born in Boston, Mass.; died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 32231.
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Mrs. Frances Bryan Broadfoot.
DAR ID Number: 97884
Born in Burlington, N. C.
Wife of John Barrett Broadfoot.
Descendant of Col. John Simpson, as follows:
1. Henry R. Bryan (b. 1836) m. 1859 Mary B. Norcott (b. 1841).
2. John Norcott (1804-45) m. 1834 Sarah Frances Biddle (1812-71).
3. Rev. William P. Biddle (1787-1854) m. 1810 Mary Nixon Simpson (b. 1793).
4. Samuel Simpson m. 1785 Penelope McIlvaine.
5. John Simpson m. 1758 Elizabeth Hardee.
[p.275] John Simpson (1729-88) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of
Pitt County, N. C., 1775, a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and
colonel of militia. He was born and died in Pitt County, N. C.
Also No. 60005. (looked up already)
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Mrs. Martha Pigg Overbey.
DAR ID Number: 102791
Born in Pittsylvania, Va.
Wife of Randolph Irvine Overbey.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge, as follows:
1. John Hutchings Pigg (b. 1856) m. 1886 Rada Williams (b. 1865).
2. Hezekiah Ford Pigg (1823-1908) m. 1849 Martha Henry Rutledge (1829-85).
3. Dr. John Biddle Rutledge (1798-1837) m. 1823 Lucinda Dillard Ward
(1804-59).
4. Joshua Rutledge m. 1789 Augustina Biddle.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Maryland.
Also No. 95347.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Pigg Mcinnis.
DAR ID Number: 95347
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of F. C. McInnis.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge, as follows:
1. John Hutchings Pigg (b. 1856) m. 1886 Rada Williams (b. 1865).
2. Hezekiah Ford Pigg (1823-1908) m. 1849 Martha Henry Rutledge (1829-85).
3. Dr. John Biddle Rutledge (1798-1837) m. 1823 Lucinda Dillard Ward
(1804-59).
4. Joshua Rutledge m. 1789 Augustina Biddle.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Landsdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
Also Nos. 48120, 85,171.
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****S. Georgia Anderson Seaberg.
DAR ID Number: 104299
Born in Oakland, Iowa.
Wife of Carl Seaberg.
Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Biddle, as follows:
1. Jerome Biddle Anderson (b. 1844) m. 1870 Rebecca Long (h. 1849).
2. Hezekiah D. Anderson (1814-70) m. 1841 Susana Biddle (1821-88).
3. John Biddle (1774-1848) m. 1796 Elizabeth Mullineaux (1780-1834).
4. Andrew Biddle m. 1767 Christina Cover (b. 1799).
Andrew Biddle enlisted as lieutenant in the Maryland militia, and later
appointed train master of supplies in the Pennsylvania Line. He was born in
Germany; died, 1814, in Bedford County, Pa.
Also No. 91144.
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Miss Gertrude Louise Crim.
DAR ID Number: 91144
Born in Galion, Ohio.
Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Biddle, as follows:
1. Joseph M. Crim (1834-1904) m. 1868 Rachel Ellen Biddle (b. 1843).
2. Alexander Biddle (1810-99) m. 1832 Magdalena Noftzgar (1812-49).
3. Jacob Biddle (1770-1851) m. Rachel Todd (1773-1844).
4. Andrew Biddle m. 1767 Christina Cover (d. 1798).
Andrew Biddle enlisted as lieutenant in the Maryland militia, and later
appointed train master of supplies in the Pennsylvania Line of troops. He
was born in Germany; died, 1814, in Bedford County, Pa.
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Mrs. Kate Wheldon Plumb.
DAR ID Number: 107134
Born in Emporia, Kans.
Wife of Preston B. Plumb.
Descendant of Major John Boggs, as follows:
1. Benjamin Wheldon (1854-99) m. 1874 Amanda J. Wheldon (1854-1904).
2. Joseph Wheldon m. Sarah Sophia Boggs (b. 1829).
3. Andrew Boggs (1773-1845) m. 2nd 1821 Sarah Talman Biddle.
4. John Boggs m. 1772 Elizabeth Johnston (1751-1815).
[p.43] John Boggs (1731-96) was commissioned major, 1776, of Cumberland
County Associators under Col. Joseph Armstrong. He served as assistant
paymaster, 1780. He died in Bellefonte, Pa.
Also No. 70667.
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Mrs. Mary Boggs Emery.
DAR ID Number: 70667
Born in Wood County, Ohio.
Wife of Dr. George W. Emery.
Descendant of Major John Boggs.
Daughter of Edward Boggs (1827-60) and Philena Williams (1829-92), his wife,
m. 1849.
Granddaughter of Andrew Boggs (1773-1845) and Sarah Talman Biddle
(1793-1845), his wife, m. 1821.
Gr-granddaughter of John Boggs and Elizabeth Johnson (1751-1815), his wife,
m. 1772.
John Boggs (1731-96) was commissioned major, 1776, of Cumberland County
Associators, under Col. Joseph Armstrong. He served as assistant paymaster,
1780. He was born in Cumberland County; died in Center County, Pa.
Also No. 15022. (not found)
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Mrs. Lucile Brodrick Bissell.
DAR ID Number: 109845
Born in Fairfield, Nebr.
Wife of Jairus Hanford Bissell.
Descendant of Capt. James Brodrick, as follows:
1. James Elbert Brodrick (b. 1857) m. 1877 Clara Biddle (b. 1858).
2. Arthur Brodrick (1818-62) m. 1843 Ann Eliza Hall (1820-89).
3. Brice Brodrick (d. 1857) m. Maria Satterly.
4. James Brodrick m. Sarah —.
James Brodrick (1752-1813) commanded the 6th company in Col. Oliver
Spencer's regiment, Continental Army, 1777. He was born in New Jersey; died
in Lodi, N. Y.
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Mrs. Regina Vale Tedford.
DAR ID Number: 110196
Born in Bonaparte, Iowa.
Wife of Howard Tedford.
Descendant of Capt. Henry Darrah, as follows:
1. Benjamin Rex Vale (b. 1848) m. 1873 Julia Biddle (b. 1850).
2. Jacob Garretson Vale (1821-75) m. 1847 Anne Rex (1823-1904).
3. Benjamin Rex (1793-1854) m. 1816 Anne Barclay (1795-1838).
4. Hugh Barclay (b. 1763) m. Anne Darrah (b. 1770).
5. Henry Darrah m. Anne Jamison.
[p.64] Henry Darrah (1726-82) was commissioned lieutenant, 1776; promoted
captain, 1777, and commanded a company of Bucks County militia, 1780. He was
born in New Britain, Pa.
Also No. 80217.
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[p.86] Mrs. Virginia Protzman Blue.
DAR ID Number: 80217
Born in Morgantown, W. Va.
Wife of R. W. Blue.
Descendant of Capt. Henry Darrah.
Daughter of John Protzman (1808-79) and Martha Wright (1818-87), his wife,
m. 1839.
Granddaughter of John Wright and Margaret Darrah, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Henry Darrah and Ann Jamison, his wife.
Henry Darrah (1726-82) was commissioned lieutenant, 1776; promoted captain,
1777, and commanded a company of Bucks County militia, 1780. He was born in
Pennsylvania.
Also No. 74625.
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Mrs. Margaret Protzman Casselberry.
DAR ID Number: 74625
Born in Morgantown, W. Va.
Wife of Dr. Casselberry.
Descendant of Capt. Henry Darrah.
Daughter of John Protzman and Martha Darrah Wright, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Wright and Margaret Darrah, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Henry Darrah and Ann Jamison, his wife.
Henry Darrah was commissioned lieutenant, 1776, promoted captain, 1777, and
commanded a company of Bucks County militia, 1780. He died in service, 1782,
and is buried in the Presbyterian graveyard at Deep Run.
Also Nos. 20048, 56243.
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Mrs. Frances Eunice Davis Beardslee.
DAR ID Number: 111389
Born in Stanwood, Iowa.
Wife of Rev. John Walter Beardslee, Jr.
Descendant of Benjamin Palmer, as follows:
1. Frank Biddle Davis (b. 1847) m. 1880 Ellen Rigby (b. 1851).
2. Martin Davis m. 1840 Eunice Ann Palmer (1819-1900).
3. Benjamin Palmer m. Hannah Woodworth.
Benjamin Palmer (1757-1849) served as private in the Connecticut militia and
drew a pension from Voluntown, where he was born and died.
Also No. 25936.
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Mrs. Regina Anna Myers Matthews.
DAR ID Number: 111599
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of William John Matthews.
Descendant of David Martin and of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge, as follows:
1. Ezra Martin Myers (1857-1904) m. 1883 Georgia Street (b. 1863).
2. Jacob Strickley Myers (1817-69) m. 1844 Fanny Hershey (1821-1904); Abram
Rutledge Street (1835-1915) m. 1859 Martha Ann McCurdy (b. 1838).
3. Isaac Hershey (1801-60) m. 1821 Anna Martin (1804-49); John Street
(1791-1875) m. 1820 Nancy Rutledge.
4. Daniel Martin (d. 1808) m. Magdalena Martin (1783-1829); Joshua Rutledge
m. 1789 Augustine Biddle.
5. David Martin m. Anna Stauffer (b. 1759).
David Martin (1751-84) served as private in the Flying Camp at the battle of
Long Island, 1776, and 1777 at Brandywine. He was born and died in York
County, Pa.
Also No. 104112.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
Also No. 85171.
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[p.39] Miss Fanny Myers Boyce.
DAR ID Number: 104112
Born in Mount Joy, Pa.
Descendant of David Martin, as follows:
1. Jacob Dissinger Boyce (b. 1843) m. 1874 Mary Myers (1852-1909).
2. Jacob Strickler Myers (1817-69) m. 1844 Fanny Hershey (1821-1904).
3. Isaac Hershey (1801-60) m. 1821 Anna Martin (1804-49).
4. Daniel Martin (d. 1838) m. Magdalena Martin (1783-1829).
5. David Martin m. Ann Stauffer.
David Martin (1751-84) served as a private in the Flying Camp at the battle
of Long Island, 1776, and, 1777, at Brandywine. He was born and died in York
County, Pa.
Also No. 39300. (not found)
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Mrs. Maud Carter Clement.
DAR ID Number: 85171
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of N. C. Clement.
Descendant of Lieut. Moses Hutchings, Lieut. Joshua Rutledge and Capt. David
Lanier, as follows:
1. James Carter, Jr. (b. 1842), m., 1872, Bettie Pigg (b. 1852).
[p.64] 2. James Carter (1807-84), m., 1834, Lucy Washington Lanier
(1817-91); Hezekiah Pigg (1823-1908), m., 1849, Martha Rutledge (1829-85).
3. Thomas Carter (1777-1852), m. Anne Hutchings (1786-1835); John Biddle
Rutledge (1802-37), m. 1823, Lucinda Ward (1806-60); James M. Lanier (d.
1820), m. Mary Merriman Johns.
4. Moses Hutchings, m. Lucy Parke; Joshua Rutledge, m. 1789, Augustine
Biddle; David Lanier, m. — Hicks.
Moses Hutchings (1754-1836) served as ensign, 1777, in Capt. John
Donaldson's company, Virginia troops; 1778, as Indian spy, and later as
lieutenant in Capt. Armistead Shelton's company. He was born in Culpeper
County; died in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant, 1780, and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
Also No. 48120.
David Lanier served as captain in Col. Abram Penn's regiment from Henry
County, Va., where he died. He was born in Brunswick County.
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Mrs. Mary Vaudry Linas.
DAR ID Number: 48120
Born in New Orleans, La.
Wife of William A. Linas.
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua Rutledge.
Daughter of William T. Vaudry and Jennie Blanche Welch, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Welch and Penelope K. Rutledge, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joshua Rutledge and Augustina Biddle, his wife.
Joshua Rutledge (1760-1826) was commissioned lieutenant 1780 and served in
Lansdale's detachment, 4th Maryland regiment. He was born in Virginia; died
in Maryland.
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Mrs. Elizabeth M. Cosper Wever.
DAR ID Number: 154872
Born in San Francisco, Calif.
Wife of Charles G. Wever.
Descendant of John Cosper, as follows:
1. Ocean Fisk Cosper (b. 1852) m. 1873 Pamelia Allen (b. 1856).
2. William I. Cosper (1822-97) m. 1849 Aurora Blair (1825-1911).
3. John Cosper, Jr. (b. 1789) m. Mary —.
4. John Cosper m. 1781 Martha Biddle (1758-1840).
[p.282] John Cosper (1745-1820) received a pension for service as private in
the Pennsylvania troops under Colonels Cooke and Craig. He was born in
Holland; died, 1820, in Columbia County, Pa.
Also No. 64061.
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[p.24] Mrs. Catherine Mills.
DAR ID Number: 64061
Born in Dix, N. Y.
Descendant of John Casper.
Daughter of Phineas Mills and Catherine Casper, his wife.
Ganddaughter of David Casper and Elizabeth Erway, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Casper and Martha Fraser, his wife.
John Casper served, 1776-81, in Capt. William Craig's company, Col. William
Cooke's 12th Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Germany; died, 1820, in
Pennsylvania.
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Mrs. M. Amelia Blanken Williams.
DAR ID Number: 154890
Born in Wilmington, Del.
Wife of William C. Williams.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, as follows:
1. Thomas H. Blanken (b. 1825) m. 1851 Ellen Coxe (1833-1909).
2. Edward Coxe (1810-62) m. 1832 Sarah Sparks (1814-98).
3. Aaron Sparks (1791-1856) m. 1813 Elizabeth A. Sparks (1796-1880).
4. Thomas Sparks (1760-1803) m. Sarah Biddle (1768-1854) (parents of Aaron).
5. Aaron Biddle m. Elizabeth Stoumez (1739-1800).
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) served as captain in the 1st battalion, Salem County,
New Jersey militia under Col. Samuel Dick. He was born and died in Salem
County, N. J.
Also No. 114200. (not found)
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Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Zook.
DAR ID Number: 154891
Born in West Chester, Pa.
Wife of John Miller Zook.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, as follows:
1. William C. Williams (b. 1851) m. 1878 M. Amelia Blanken (b. 1855).
See No. 154890.
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Mrs. M. Amelia Blanken Williams.
DAR ID Number: 154890
Born in Wilmington, Del.
Wife of William C. Williams.
Descendant of Capt. Aaron Biddle, as follows:
1. Thomas H. Blanken (b. 1825) m. 1851 Ellen Coxe (1833-1909).
2. Edward Coxe (1810-62) m. 1832 Sarah Sparks (1814-98).
3. Aaron Sparks (1791-1856) m. 1813 Elizabeth A. Sparks (1796-1880).
4. Thomas Sparks (1760-1803) m. Sarah Biddle (1768-1854) (parents of Aaron).
5. Aaron Biddle m. Elizabeth Stoumez (1739-1800).
Aaron Biddle (1736-97) served as captain in the 1st battalion, Salem County,
New Jersey militia under Col. Samuel Dick. He was born and died in Salem
County, N. J.
Also No. 114200. (not found)
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Mrs. Mahrea Louise Goucher Marshall.
DAR ID Number: 155128
Born in Toronto, Ohio.
Wife of E. A. Marshall.
Descendant of Thomas Goucher, as follows:
1. Samuel Boone Goucher (b. 1858) m. 1887 Anna McConnell (b. 1861).
2. Charles W. Goucher (d. 1905) m. 1855 Mary Shuster (1824-84).
3. Samuel Goucher (1786-1836) m. 1809 Martha Boone (1783-1829).
4. Thomas Goucher m. Hannah Biddle.
Thomas Goucher served as private in Capt. Adam Foulk's company, 5th
battalion, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania militia. He was born at sea; died
1795, in Pennsylvania.
Also No. 145856. (not found)
See No. 94757.
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