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Mrs. Gusta Boord Livengood.
DAR ID Number: 83757
Born in Van Buren, Ind.
Wife of Ora M. Livengood.
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Crane and of James Tappan, as follows:
1. Newton Boord (1843-99), m., 1st, 1866, Sarah E. Dice (b. 1848).
See No. 83753.
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Miss Martha Blossom Boord.
DAR ID Number: 83753
Born in Oakwood, Ill.
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Crane and of James Tappan, as follows:
1. Newton Boord (1843-99), m. 1866, Sarah E. Dice (b. 1848).
2. Elijah Boord (1799-1854), m. 1819, Nancy Crane (1801-87).
3. Jonathan Crane (1774-1863), m. 1798, Keziah Tappan (1778-1860).
4. Joseph Crane, m. Ruth Miller; James Tappan, m. Nancy Dunham (1751-1826).
Joseph Crane (1741-78) was lieutenant in the 2nd regiment, Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in New Providence.
James Tappan (1750-1809) served as private in Capt. James Ten Eyck's
company, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Woodbridge, N. J.
Also No. 55165.
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Miss Pearle Mary Boord.
DAR ID Number: 55165
Born in Stone Bluff, Ind.
Descendant of James Tappan and of Joseph Crane, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Newton Boord and Sarah Ellen Dice, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elijah Boord and Nancy Crane, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Crane and Keziah Tappan, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Crane and Ruth Miller, his wife; James Tappan
and Nancy Dunham, his wife.
James Tappan (1750-1809) served as a private in Capt. James Ten Eyck's
company, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Woodbridge.
Also No. 3491.
Joseph Crane (1741-78) was lieutenant in the 2nd regiment, Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in New Providence.
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Mrs. Marie Fleetwood Bryant Livengood.
DAR ID Number: 83758
Born in Williamsport, Ind.
Wife of Valentine Eugene Livengood.
Descendant of James McCorkle, as follows:
1. Thomas F. Bryant (1836-1910), m. 1859, Sarah Matilda Moore (1839-82).
2. James Ray McCorkle Bryant (1804-66), m. 1822, Dorcas Gardner Ellis
(1807-59).
3. John Yarnel Bryant, m. Deborah Fleetwood McCorkle (1782-1819).
4. James McCorkle, m. Elizabeth Anderson.
James McCorkle (1754-1806) served as a private in the Chester County
militia, 1778. He was born in Chester County; died in Philadelphia, Pa.
Also Nos. 41256, 55651.
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Mrs. Marie Van Buskirk Riddell.
DAR ID Number: 87895
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Augustus Hartje Riddell.
Descendant of Adam Deshler, John Kline, Jacob Kline, Peter Filbert, Capt.
John Ludwig, Jacob Lesher, John Lesher, and Capt. Jacob Livengood, as
follows:
1. Darrah Van Buskirk (b. 1849) m., 1875, Josephine F. Brown (b. 1853).
2. Lesher Van Buskirk (b. 1825) m. Anna Filbert (1828-67); Thomas Brown
(1825-1900) m. Matilda Stein (1826-90).
3. George Van Buskirk (1786-1870) m. Elizabeth Lesher; George Stein
(1799-1875), m., 1822, Charlotte Sassaman Kline (1803-92).
4. Jacob Lesher m. 1st Cathryn Lieberguth (or Livengood); Jacob Stein
(1771-1842) m. 1st Mary Magdalena Deshler (1778-1827); Samuel Filbert
(1764-1818) m., 1792, Mary Ludwig (b. 1775); John Kline m. 1st Magdelene
Sassaman (1766-1843).
5. John Lesher m. 2nd, 1763, Maria Margaretta Hess; Adam Deshler m., 1769,
Maria Catherine Balliet (1752-1823); Jacob Livengood m. Christina ; John
Ludwig m. Rachel Morris; Peter Filbert m., 1764, Anna Catherine Klotz
(1743-1815); Jacob Kline m., 1753, Maria Irick.
[p.280] Adam Deshler (1745-90) served as private in Captain Morritz'
company, 2nd battalion, 1777, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in
Whitehall Township, Pa.
John Kline (1761-1827) served as private, 1776, in Col. Baron Arendt's
regiment, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Berks County; died in
Amityville, Pa.
Jacob Kline (1734-1814) served as private in Capt. William Heyser's German
battalion, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Germany; died in Berks County,
Pa.
Peter Filbert (1746-1822) served as private in 1st battalion, Berks County
militia. He was born in Northkill; died in Reading, Pa.
John Ludwig (1747-1802) was captain in Flying Camp, delegate to the
Pennsylvania Convention and member of the General Assembly, 1782. He was
born in Berks County, Pa.
Jacob Lesher (1764-1843) served as private, 1781, in 2nd company, 3rd
battalion, Lancaster County militia. He was born in Oley Township; died in
Pottstown, Pa.
John Lesher (1711-93) was a member of the Constitutional Convention of Berks
County and Commissioner of supplies. He died in Berks County, Pa.
Also Nos. 68633, 69676.
Jacob Livengood (1723-83) served as captain, 1781, of a company of riflemen
in Berks County. He was born in Germany; died in Berks County, Pa.
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Mrs. Loraine Livengood Redding.
DAR ID Number: 92651
Born in Vermillion County, Ill.
Wife of Harry E. Redding.
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Crane and of James Tappan, as follows:
1. Ora M. Livengood (b. 1870) m. 1891 Gusta Boord (b. 1867).
2. Newton Boord (1843-99) m. 1866 Sarah E. Dice (b. 1848).
3. Elijah Boord (1799-1854) m. 1819 Nancy Crane (1801-87).
4. Jonathan Crane (1774-1863) m. 1798 Keziah Tappan (1778-1860).
5. Joseph Crane m. Ruth Miller; James Tappan m. Nancy Dunham (1751-1826).
Joseph Crane (1741-78) was lieutenant in the 2nd regiment, Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in New Providence.
James Tappan (1750-1809) served as private in Capt. James Ten Eyck's
company, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Woodbridge, N. J.
Also No. 83753.
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Miss Martha Blossom Boord.
DAR ID Number: 83753
Born in Oakwood, Ill.
Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Crane and of James Tappan, as follows:
1. Newton Boord (1843-99), m. 1866, Sarah E. Dice (b. 1848).
2. Elijah Boord (1799-1854), m. 1819, Nancy Crane (1801-87).
3. Jonathan Crane (1774-1863), m. 1798, Keziah Tappan (1778-1860).
4. Joseph Crane, m. Ruth Miller; James Tappan, m. Nancy Dunham (1751-1826).
Joseph Crane (1741-78) was lieutenant in the 2nd regiment, Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in New Providence.
James Tappan (1750-1809) served as private in Capt. James Ten Eyck's
company, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Woodbridge, N. J.
Also No. 55165.
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Miss Pearle Mary Boord.
DAR ID Number: 55165
Born in Stone Bluff, Ind.
Descendant of James Tappan and of Joseph Crane, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Newton Boord and Sarah Ellen Dice, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elijah Boord and Nancy Crane, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Crane and Keziah Tappan, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Crane and Ruth Miller, his wife; James Tappan
and Nancy Dunham, his wife.
James Tappan (1750-1809) served as a private in Capt. James Ten Eyck's
company, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Woodbridge.
Also No. 3491.
Joseph Crane (1741-78) was lieutenant in the 2nd regiment, Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in New Providence.
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