The DAR, founded in 1890 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.

DAR members volunteer more than 55,000 hours annually to veteran patients, award over $150,000 in scholarships and financial aid each year to students, and support schools for the underprivileged with annual donations exceeding one million dollars.

As one of the most inclusive genealogical societies in the country, DAR boasts 168,000 members in 3,000 chapters across the United States and internationally. Any woman 18 years or older-regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background-who can prove lineal descent from a patriot of the American Revolution, is eligible for membership.

To get all of the information on your own eligibility, visit the DAR site.

This page contains many established DAR entries. Possibly your ancestors are here. These items can contain several generations of information, with dates, etc. I hope you find something useful.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 111

Mrs. Frances Bentley Wever.
DAR ID Number: 14297
Born in New York.
Wife of John Madison Wever.
Descendant of Asa Douglas and of John Douglas, of New York.
Daughter of Hiram Jackson Bentley and Hannah Louise Fouquet, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Lewis Fouquet and Abigail Douglas, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Douglas and Hannah Brown, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife.
Asa Douglas, (1715-92), commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington. The garret of his house (which is still standing at Stephentown) was used during the Revolution as a jail. He was born at Plainfield, Conn., and died at Stephentown, N. Y.
John Douglas, (1758-1808), enlisted as matross at the age of eighteen in Capt. Andrew Moodie's company, Col. John Lamb's artillery. He was born at Canaan, Conn., and died at Plattsburg, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
page 82

Mrs. Nancy Louise Denison Cowee.
DAR ID Number: 17212
Born in Rensselaer County, New York.
Wife of James F. Cowee.
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Denison, of New York.
Daughter of Pardee N. Denison and Aurora F. Streetee, his wife.
Granddaughter of George T. Denison and Nancy Niles, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Griswold Denison and Rhoda Tifft, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Denison and Katherine Avery, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Denison and Rachel Starr, his wife.
[p.82] Daniel Denison, (1730-93), served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' Fourth regiment New York militia, under Col. William Van Renssalaer. He was born in New London, Conn., and died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
page 179

Miss Carrie J. Tucker.
DAR ID Number: 17476
Born in Warren County, Illinois.
Descendant of Lieut. James Jones and of Samuel Bostwick, of New York.
Daughter of John Tucker and Ida Bostwick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alanson Bostwick and Jane Jones, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Jones, Jr., and Waty Jerome, his wife; Daniel Bostwick and Sarah Hoyt, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Jones and Catherine Denison, his wife (m. 1778); Samuel Bostwick and Dorcas Rockwell, his wife.
James Jones, (1754-1803), served as ensign, 1778, and as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany county, New York, militia. He was born in New London, Conn., and died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Samuel Bostwick served as a private in the Westchester Co. militia under Col. Thomas Thomas. He was born in Bedford, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
page 242

[p.242] Mrs. Margaret Willes Stout.
DAR ID Number: 17661
Born in New York City.
Wife of Herbert Stout.
Descendant of Capt. Solomon Willes, of Connecticut; Capt. Asa Douglass, Capt. William Douglass, of New York; Capt. James Morgan, of New Jersey.
Daughter of George A. Willes and Margaret Sophia Herbert, his wife.
Granddaughter of Azariah Willes and Leidamia Douglass, his wife; Obadiah Herbert and Margaret Van Wickle, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Willes and Elizabeth Lathrop, his wife; William Douglass and Hannah Cole, his wife; Judge Jacob Van Wickle and Sarah Morgan, his wife (m. 1766).
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglass and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife; James Morgan and Margaret Evertson, his wife.
Solomon Willes, (1730-1807), commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm and the siege of Boston. He was born and died in Tolland, Conn.
Asa Douglas, (1715-1792), commanded an independent company of Silver Greys at the battle of Bennington. He was born in Plainfield, Conn., and died in Stephentown, N. Y.

William Douglass, (1743-1811), rendered important service at Bennington, where he was sent out as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn., and died in Stephentown, N. Y.
James Morgan, (1734-84), entered the army as ensign and commanded a company of state troops under Col. Nathaniel Heard. He was born in Middlesex Co., N. J., and died in South Amboy. His son James served in the army.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20
page 20

Miss Elizabeth Antonia Mason.
DAR ID Number: 19049
Born in Brooklyn, New York.
Descendant of Jonas Hunt, of Massachusetts, John Keeny and Ens. Japhet Mason, Jr., of Connecticut.
[p.20] Daughter of James Edward Mason and Elizabeth Antonia Hunt, his wife (m. 1847).
Granddaughter of John Hempstead Mason and Eliza Wilson Diehl, his wife; Myal Hunt and Nancy Lewis, his wife (m. 1822).
Gr.-granddaughter of John Mason and Elizabeth Keeny, his wife (m. 1795); Jonas Hunt and Anna Myal Bond, his wife (m. 1781).
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Japhet Mason, Jr., and Patience Hempstead his wife (m. 1767); John Keeny and Abigail Lester, his wife (m. 1771).
Jonas Hunt, (1757-1831), was a minute man at Lexington and Bunker Hill. He reënlisted and served under Capt. Simon Hunt 1777. He received a pension which after his death was continued to his widow. He was born in Concord, Mass.; died in Winchester, N. H.
John Keeny, (1746-1811), was master of a vessel to carry supplies to the army. He was born and died in New London.
Japhet Mason, Jr., (1742-87), served as ensign of the first company under Capt. John Hempstead, Third Regiment, Connecticut militia, 1777. He was at Fort Trumbull with his brother-in-law and escaped with a wound in the thigh. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, New York.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23
page 295

Miss Mary P. Rhoades.
DAR ID Number: 22841
Born in Geneva, New York.
Descendant of Sergt. Nehemiah Cleveland, Capt. William Douglas and Capt. Asa Douglas, of New York.
Daughter of Sumner Rhoades and Susan C. Prentice, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Rhoades and Electa Cleaveland, his wife; David Prentice and Cordelia Willis, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Cleaveland and Hannah Parsons, his wife; Dr. Azariah Willis and Deidamia Douglas, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Douglas and Hannah Cole, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife.
Nehemiah Cleaveland, (1753-1843), was placed on the pension roll of Onondaga Co., for service of private and sergeant in the Massachusetts Continental Line. He died in Skaneateles, N. Y.
William Douglas, (1743-1811), rendered important service at Bennington as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Asa Douglas, (1715-92), commanded an independent company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington. The garret of his house was used as a jail. His son Asa served as a major.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
page 267

Mrs. Maria Brown Flack.
DAR ID Number: 23761
Born in Lancaster, New York.
Wife of William Scott Flack.
Descendant of Daniel Brown, of New York.
Daughter of John Brown and Harriet Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Martha Rogers, his wife.
Daniel Brown, (1753-1837), served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25
page 88

Mrs. Anna M. Peckham.
DAR ID Number: 24245
Born in Trenton, New Jersey.
Wife of Merritt Peckham, Jr.
Descendant of Sergt. William Bliss and of William Greenman.
Daughter of William G. Taylor and Mary Ann Greenman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Greenman and Abagail Bliss, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Greenman and Polly Hinckley, his wife; Jeremiah Bliss and Susannah Cahoone, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Greenman and Susannah Gardner, his wife; William Bliss and Barbara Phillips, his wife.
William Bliss, (1728-1808), served as sergeant in Capt. John Carr's company, Col. Archibald Cary's regiment of Rhode Island troops. He was born in Newport, R. I., where he died.
William Greenman, (1738-1809), served as a soldier in the New York militia. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25
page 218

Mrs. Winifred Hunter Mooney.
DAR ID Number: 24605
Born in Lawrence, Kansas.
Wife of William Allen Mooney.
Descendant of Lieut. James Jones.
Daughter of William Gardner Hunter and Flora M. Jones, his wife.
Granddaughter of Winthrop Griswold Jones and Ellen Maria Barnes, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Jones, Jr., and Waty Jerome, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Jones and Catherine Dennison, his wife, m. 1778.
James Jones, (1754-1803), served as ensign, 1778, as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 156

Miss Laura Kate Dresser.
DAR ID Number: 29424
Born in Geneseo, Illinois.
Descendant of John Dresser, Isaac Dresser, Stephen Hume and Elisha Stewart.
Daughter of Justus Frary Dresser andl Annah Hume, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Dresser, Jr. and Laura Frary, his wife; Moses Hume and Sarah Stewart, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Dresser and Susan Taft, his wife; Stephen Hume and Mary Hovey, his wife; Elisha Stewart and Sarah Witter, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Dresser and Sarah Scott, his wife.
John Dresser, (1716-89), served as a minute man from Charlton. He was born in Thomson, Conn.; died in Charton, Mass.
Isaac Dresser, (1759-1835), served at various Rhode Island Alarms as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colerain, Mass.; died in Millville, N. Y.
Stephen Hume, (1754-1843), was placed on the pension roll of Berkshire county, 1831, for service as private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sutton; died in Windsor, Mass.
Elisha Stewart, (1757-1839), was placed on the pension roll of Renssalaer Co., N. Y., for service as private in the Connecticut Line. He was born in Stoughton, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 184

Mrs. Lydia Wheeler Hunt.
DAR ID Number: 29514
Born in Stephentown, New York.
Descendant of Stephen Wheeler, of New York.
Daughter of Stephen Wheeler and Roxanna Bishop, his wife.
Stephen Wheeler, (1761-1831), was placed on the pension roll of New York, 1818, for three years' actual service as private in the New York Line.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31
page 22

Mrs. Caroline Fowler Ham.
DAR ID Number: 30062
Born in Albany, New York.
Wife of Thomas Ham.
Descendant of Capt. Adijah Fowler, Mark Fowler, Nicholas Harris, M. D., and John Carmichael.
Daughter of Amos Fowler and Martha Caroline Harris, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alvin Fowler and Olive Lord, his wife; Dr. Nicholas B. Harris (1778-1840) and Martha Carmichael (1787-1881), his wife, m. 1806.
Gr.-granddaughter of Mark Fowler and Miriam Sterling Warner, his wife; Theophilus Lord and Olive Hungerford, his wife; Nicholas Harris, M. D. and Phebe Tibbetts (1748-1837), his wife, m. 1773; John Carmichael and Esther Canfield (1748-1816), his wife.
[p.22] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adijah Fowler and Abigail Bigelow, his wife.
Adijah Fowler, (1717-1804), commanded a company of militia from Lebanon at the Lexington Alarm.
Mark Fowler, (1756-1813), served in the Connecticut Light Horse.
Nicholas Harris, (1749-1819), served as a private in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Providence, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
John Carmichael, (1740-1806), served as a private in Capt. John W. Schermerhorn's company. He was born in Scotland; died in Renssalaer Co., N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
page 245

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Paddock Maxon.
DAR ID Number: 31656
Born in Vienna, New York.
Wife of Frank W. Maxon.
Descendant of Jonathan Graves and of Henry Paddock, of New York.
Daughter of Roswell Paddock and Sarah A. Waid, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Paddock and Betsy Graves-Blakesley, (1774-1841), his 2d wife, m. 1813.
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Paddock and Polly Shears, his wife; Jonathan Graves and Bettie Lisk, his wife.
[p.245] Henry Paddock, (1751-1835), served as a private in the Dutchess County, New York militia. He was born in Stephentown; died in Oneida Co., N. Y.
Jonathan Graves, (1740-1826), served as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Vienna, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 33
page 57

Mrs. Nellie B. Rairden.
DAR ID Number: 32163
Born in Denison, Iowa.
Wife of Rev. Nelson B. Rairden, D. D.
Descendant of Stephen Hume and of Elisha Stewart.
Daughter of George P. Hume and Sarah Drown, his wife.
Granddaughter of Moses Hume and Sarah Stewart, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hume and Mary Hovey, his wife; Elisha Stewart and Sarah Witter, his wife.
Stephen Hume, (1754-1843), was placed on the pension roll of Berkshire county, 1831, for service as private in the Mass. militia. He was born in Sutton; died in Windsor, Mass.
Elisha Stewart, (1757-1839), was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer Co., N. Y., for service as private in the Conn. line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34
page 13

Mrs. Eugenia Douglas Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 33036
Born in Glenville, Alabama.
Wife of Erwin William Thompson.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas, and of John Douglas, of New York.
Daughter of Rev. David Samuel Tennant Douglas and Frances Henry Dugger, his wife.
Granddaughter of Deacon David Douglas and Nancy Tennant, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Douglas and Hannah Brown, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife.
Asa Douglas, (1715-92), commanded an independent company of Silver Grays at the battle of Bennington. The garret of his house (which is still standing) was used during the revolution as a jail. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
John Douglas, (1758-1808), enlisted as a matross at eighteen in Capt. Andrew Moodie's company, Col. John Lamb's artillery. He was born in Canaan, Conn.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 35
page 207

Mrs. Josephine Bradley Kimball.
DAR ID Number: 34588
Born in Mendon, Illinois.
Wife of Edwin Solon Kimball.
[p.207] Descendant of Daniel Brown, Sergt. Daniel Bradley and Abel Tanner.
Daughter of Daniel Bradley and Josephine Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Brown, Jr. and Huldah Tanner, his wife; Samuel Bradley and Elizabeth (Bradley), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Brown and Martha Rogers, his wife; Abel Tanner and Lydia Sweet, his wife; Daniel Bradley and Eunice Ives, his wife, (parents of Elizabeth).
Daniel Brown, (1753-1837), served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Daniel Bradley, (1756-1825), enlisted 1778 and served as corporal and sergeant Connecticut line. He was born and died in East Haven, Conn.

Abel Tanner, (1762-1830), served in the Albany county militia and the Levies. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 36
page 82

Miss Ellen Bradley.
DAR ID Number: 35226
Born in Mendon, Illinois.
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Bradley, Daniel Brown and Abel Tanner.
Daughter of Daniel Bradley and Josephine Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Bradley and Elizabeth (Bradley), his wife; Daniel Brown and Huldah Tanner, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Bradley and Eunice Ives, his wife (parents of Elizabeth); Daniel Brown and Martha Rogers, his wife; Abel Tanner and Lydia Sweet, his wife.
Daniel Bradley, (1756-1825), enlisted 1778 and served as corporal and sergeant, Connecticut line. He was born and died in East Haven, Conn.

[p.82] Daniel Brown, (1753-1837), served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Abel Tanner, (1762-1830), served in the Albany county militia and in the Levies. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 39
page 317

Mrs. Abbie Wood Gillet.
DAR ID Number: 38865
Born in New Lebanon, New York.
Descendant of Corp. Caleb Carr, Jr.
Daughter of Henry Reynolds Wood and Catherine Moore, his wife.
Granddaughter of Arvin Wood and Patience Carr, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Carr, Jr., and Abigail Very, his wife.
Caleb Carr, Jr., (1744-93), served as private and corporal in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Jamestown, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41
page 8

Mrs. Eva A. Chapman Holland.
DAR ID Number: 40021
Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Wife of Frank Willard Holland.
Descendant of Joseph Rogers.
Daughter of Henry Clay Chapman and Sarah Ellen Gardnier, his wife.
Granddaughter of James B. Chapman and Philena Rogers, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Rogers and Chloe Stillwell, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Rogers and Marion Sweet, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Rogers and Margaret Webb, his wife.
Joseph Rogers, (1722-1800), served in the Albany county militia under different commands. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41
page 343

Mrs. Nellie Yates Corbett.
DAR ID Number: 40933
Born in Madelia, Minnesota,
Wife of J. Frank Corbett.
Descendant of Amos James.
Daughter of George W. Yates and Jennie Marvin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert J. Marvin and Achsah Ann James, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel B. James and Anna Bailey, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos James and Polly Lee, his wife.
Amos James, (1760-1845), was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer Co., New York 1833 for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
page 16

Mrs. Mary Clara Worden Wilcox.
DAR ID Number: 41034
Born in Fayetteville, New York.
Wife of Frank Z. Wilcox.
Descendant of Capt. Silas Wild, Jonathan Wild, Whiting Sweeting, Dr. Lewis Sweeting, Walter Worden, Sergt. William Linfield, Jonathan Hakes and Capt. Jonathan Kilbourn, Jr.
Daughter of De Witt Clinton Worden, M.D. and Mary White Wild, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan Wild, M.D. and Nancy Linfield, his wife; Jesse Worden and Abigail Sweeting, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Wild and Deborah Wild, his wife; Whiting Sweeting and Sarah Kilbourn, his wife; Walter Worden and Lucretia Hakes, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Sweeting and Abiah Cobb, his wife; Jonathan Hakes and Hannah F. Brown, his wife; Jonathan Kilbourn, II and Hannah Chapman, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Kilbourn and Mary Skinner, his wife.
Whiting Sweeting, (1756-91), served as a private in the defense of Norton. He was born in Norton, Mass.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
[p.16] Lewis Sweeting, (1723-1804), served as surgeon in the Massachusetts militia and on the Committee of Safety. He died in Manlius, N. Y.

Walter Worden, (1757-1814), was a private in the Connecticut militia 1777. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; removed to New York and was killed in the battle of Black Rock, N. Y.

Jonathan Hakes, (1724-78), was a private from Stonington, Conn., where he was born and died.

Jonathan Kilbourn, Jr., (1742-1807), was appointed captain by the General Assembly 1778. He was born and died in Colchester, Conn.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
page 112

Mrs. C. Eliza Stewart Kinsey.
DAR ID Number: 41293
Born in Geneseo, Illinois.
Wife of J. F. Kinsey.
Descendant of John Dresser, Isaac Dresser and Elisha Stewart.
Daughter of Elisha M. Stewart and Clara F. Cone, his wife.
Granddaughter of Roderick R. Stewart and Clarissa Dresser, his wife.
Gr. granddaughter of Elisha Stewart and Sarah Witter, his wife; Isaac Dresser and Susan Taft, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Dresser and Sarah Scott, his wife.
John Dresser, (1716-89), served as a minute man from Charlton, Mass., where he died.
Isaac Dresser, (1759-1835), served at various Rhode Island Alarms as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colrain, Mass.; died in Millville, N. Y.
Elisha Stewart, (1757-1839), was placed on the pension roll of Renssalaer county, N. Y. for service as private in the Connecticut line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 43
page 317

Mrs. Flora A. Jones Aylsworth.
DAR ID Number: 42851
Born in Stephentown, New York.
Widow of Homer Elkanan Aylsworth.
Descendant of Lieut. James Jones.
Daughter of Augustus Jerome Jones and Margaret Maria Murray, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Jones, Jr., and Waty Jerome, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Jones and Catherine Dennison, his wife, m. 1778.
James Jones, (1754-1803), served as ensign 1777 as lieutenant 1780 in the Albany Co., N. Y. militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 44


Mrs. Florence Dudley Turner Morgan.
DAR ID Number: 43217
Born in Plattsburg, New York.
Wife of James Edward Morgan.
Descendant of Col. Bartholomew Woodbury, Nathaniel Carriel, Gideon Hewitt and Corp. Joseph Everest.
Daughter of Benton Turner and Julia Hewitt, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rensalaer Schuyler Hewitt (1813-69) and Sarah Everest (1826-93), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jeptha Hewitt and Lurancy Button, his wife; Judge Josiah Terry Everest (1800-73) and Sarah Sibley (1806-85), his wife, m. 1821.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Hewitt and Susan Dunbar, his wife; John Sibley (1783-1827) and Sarah Carriel (1785-1871), his wife; Joseph Everest and Sally Eells, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Carriel (1765-1834) and Sarah Woodbury (1764-1840), his wife, m. 1784.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Carriel and Jane Dwight, his wife; Bartholomew Woodbury and Ruth Greenwood (1742-1823), his wife, m. 1763.
Bartholomew Woodbury, (1740-1819), was colonel of Mass. militia from Sutton where he was prominent in town affairs, holding responsible civil offices during the Revolution. He was born and died in Sutton, Mass.
[p.84] Nathaniel Carriel gave civil service during the Revolution from Sutton, where in 1724 he was born.

Gideon Hewitt, (1748-1838), volunteered from Stephentown, N. Y., 1776, for six months under Capt. Caleb Bentley, also served under Capt. James Dennison in the Burgoyne Campaign. His pension was allowed for 8 months actual service, N. Y. line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Clarenden, Vt.
Joseph Everest, (1754-1825), served as corporal in the Vermont militia at various alarms. He was captured, taken to Quebec, but made his escape. He was born in Salisbury, Conn.; died in Peru, N. Y.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 45
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Mrs. Ellen Douglas Huntington.
DAR ID Number: 44028
Born in Rutland, N. Y.
Wife of S. C. Huntington
Descendant of Lieut. Peleg Thomas and of William Douglas.
Daughter of Rev. James Douglas and Mary Jane Burt, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Skinner Burt and Mary Isham, his wife; Hon. Amos Douglas and Miriam Wright, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Douglas and Hannah Cole, his wife; Daniel Isham and Mary Thomas, his wife.

William Douglas (1743-1811) rendered important service at Bennington as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 52
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[p.85] Mrs. Ida Bostwick Patch.
DAR ID Number: 51193
Born in Roseville, Ill.
Wife of Leslie Patch.
Descendant of Samuel Bostwick and of Lieut. James Jones, of New York.
Daughter of Alanson Bostwick (1814-76) and Jane Jones (1818-1903), his 2nd wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of Daniel Bostwick (1779-1874) and Sarah Hoyt (b. 1783), his wife, m. 1809; James Jones, Jr., and Waty Jerome, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Bostwick and Dorcas Rockwell (b. 1753), his wife; James Jones and Catherine Denison, his wife.
Samuel Bostwick (1748-98), served as a private in the Westchester County militia under Col. Thomas Thomas. He was born and died in Bedford County, N. Y.
James Jones (1754-1803), served as ensign, 1778, and as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 52
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[p.183] Miss Grace Etta Dunning.
DAR ID Number: 51428
Born in Rome, N. Y.
Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Avery and of Sergt. Daniel Denison.
Daughter of Lewis Erwin Dunning and Etta Cole Denison, his wife.
Granddaughter of Wellington Denison and Rhoda Ann Cole, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Latham Denison and Eleanor Tifft, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Denison and Katherine Avery, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham, his wife.
Ebenezer Avery (1704-80), who had served in the early wars, resigned the command of his regiment, 1776, on account of age. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.
Also Nos. 18730, 22808, 25655, 40687, 42593.
Daniel Denison (1730-93), served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' company, 4th regiment, New York militia, under Col. William Van Renssalaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54
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Miss Jannette Rose Burlingham.
DAR ID Number: 53053
Born in Hanover, Wis.
Descendant of William Tanner, Benjamin Tanner, Ensign John Rose, Capt. Jacob Hinsdale, Jacob Dutcher, William Mathewson, and Capt. Joab Stafford.
Daughter of William Tanner Burlingham (1807-78) and Mary Rose (1822-1906), his wife, m. 1838.
Granddaughter of Pardon Burlingham (1785-1839) and Thankful Tanner (1780-1852), his wife, m. 1802; Shirland Rose (1792-1859) and Prudence Mathewson (1787-1853), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Tanner and Thankful Stafford (1752-1821), his wife, m. 1772; Salmon Rose and Rhoda Hinsdale, his wife; William Mathewson and Tabitha Chaffee (1766-1841), his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Tanner and Ann Smith, his wife; Joab Stafford and Susannah Spencer (1729-95), his wife, m. 1751; John Rose and Rachel Dutcher (d. 1779), his wife; Jacob Hinsdale and Mary Brace, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Dutcher and Elizabeth Esselsteyer, his wife, m. 1750.
William Tanner (1712-80) in 1776 served as a private in Col. John Topham's Rhode Island regiment. He was born in North Kingston, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Benjamin Tanner (1744-1804) in 1780 serve as a private in Capt. Drake's company, Col. John Harper's regiment of New York Levies. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Greenfield, N. Y.
[p.25] John Rose (1740-1822) enlisted from Litchfield, Conn., 1776; was appointed ensign, 1778, and was at the taking of Burgoyne. In 1818 he applied for a pension from Broome County, N. Y. He died in Lisle, N. Y.

Jacob Hinsdale (1734-1815) commanded a company, 1776-77, in the 3rd battalion, Col. Thaddeus Cook's regiment. He was born in Hartford; died in Canaan, Conn.
Jacob Dutcher (1726-1806) served as a private in the Dutchess County militia. He was born in Phillipsburg, N. Y.; died in Canaan, Conn.
William Mathewson (1745-1835) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Emer Olney's company, Col. Waterman's Rhode Island regiment, and served several other enlistments under different commands. He was born in Providence, R. I.; died in Broome County, N. Y.
Joab Stafford (1729-1801) commanded a company of volunteers which marched from New Providence, R. I., to reinforce troops under Col. John Warner. He was born in Warwick, R. I.; died in Albany, N. Y.


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Mrs. Viola Halla Irwin.
DAR ID Number: 53776
Born in Chicago, Ill.
Wife of Robert Winfred Irwin.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas.
Daughter of George Theodore Halla and Ida Miriam Douglas, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Whitehead Douglas and Mary E. Clement, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Van Rensselaer Douglas and Caroline Whitehead, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Wheeler Douglas and Martha Rathbone, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife.
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Miss Mary Lucelia Whitman.
DAR ID Number: 54189
Born in West Hartford, Conn.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Joseph Abbot, Nathaniel Howard, and Thomas Hart Hooker.
Daughter of Samuel Whitman, 3rd (1823-1908), and Cynthia L. Talcott (1825-76), his wife, m. 1856.
Granddaughter of Samuel Whitman, 2nd (1786-1852), and Elizabeth Howard (1790-1888), his wife, m. 1814; Samuel Talcott, Jr., and Lucelia Grace, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Whitman, 1st (1753-1810), and Abigail Abbot (1762-1844), his wife, m. 1784; Stephen Howard (b. 1747) and Esther Lyman (1750-1828), his 2nd wife, m. 1782; Samuel Talcott and Abigail Pantry Hooker, his wife.
See No. 54186.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Abbot and Elizabeth Stedman (d. 1766), his wife, m. 1758; Nathaniel Howard and Martha — (1724-1800), his wife.
Joseph Abbot (1735-1814) in 1776 commanded a company in the 11th regiment, Connecticut militia; 1777 was major, and in 1779 promoted lieutenant-colonel of the same regiment. He was born in Windham; died in Ellington, Conn.
Nathaniel Howard (1718-77) served as a private at the Battle of Saratoga at the time of the capture of Burgoyne, 1777. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Florence Sprague Genung.
DAR ID Number: 57193
Born in Groton, N. Y.
Wife of John Franklin Genung.
Descendant of David Sprague.
Daughter of Jesse Damon Sprague and Alzina Satterlee, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elisha Sprague, Jr. (b. 1794), and Milla Lewis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Sprague and Hannah Swain, his wife, m. 1792.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Sprague and Lydia Lamb, his wife, m. 1764.
David Sprague (1742-89) served, 1781, as a private in Capt. John W. Schermerhorn's company, Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's regiment of Albany County militia. He was born in Lebanon, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Myrta Bloss Whitney.
DAR ID Number: 58146
Born in Utica, Wis.
Wife of William Whitney.
Descendant of Henry Paddock, of New York.
Daughter of James Lewis Bloss and Flora Isabel Haines, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Bloss and Myrta Paddock, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Robert Paddock and Eliza Johnson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Paddock and Zilpha Alvord Treat, his 1st wife, m. 1800.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Paddock and Polly Shears, his wife.
Henry Paddock (1751-1835) served as a private in the Dutchess County, New York militia. He was born in Stephentown; died in Oneida County, N. Y.



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Miss Fannie Louise Bliss.
DAR ID Number: 58193
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Descendant of Sergt. Zephaniah Bliss and of Capt. Israel Harris.
Daughter of John Bliss, Jr., and Frances Elizabeth Lord, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Bliss and Abby Williams, his wife; Eben Lord and Laura Maynard Harris, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Zephaniah Bliss and Temperance Lord, his wife; Joseph Harris and Lucretia Lord, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Israel Harris and Sarah Morse, his wife.
Zephaniah Bliss (1753-1827) served, 1776, as sergeant in the 1st company, 20th regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Norwich, Conn.
Israel Harris (1746-1836) aided in the capture of Ticonderoga, 1775. He served as lieutenant at the battle of Bennington and was under Capt. Jude Williams to cut off the retreat of Burgoyne. He was appointed captain of the Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia, 1779, and served on the Vermont frontier. He was born at Cromwell, Conn.; died at Hartford, N. Y.



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Mrs. Mabel W. Aylsworth Clark.
DAR ID Number: 60267
Born in Roseville, Ill.
Descendant of Stephen Stewart and of Lieut. James Jones.
Daughter of Homer Elhanan Aylesworth and Flora Eldridge Jones, his wife.
Granddaughter of Perry Aylsworth and Luna Norton De Long, his wife; Augustus Jerome Jones and Margaret Maria Murray, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of James De Long and Hannah Stewart (b. 1778), his wife; James Jones, Jr., and Watty Jerome, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Stewart and Hannah (Stewart), his wife; James Jones and Catharine Denison, his wife.
Stephen Stewart in 1779 served as a private in Capt. William G. Hubbell's company, Col. Nehemiah Beardsley's 16th regiment of militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Warren, N. Y.
James Jones (1754-1803) served as ensign, 1778, and as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Mary A. Edgerton Hildreth.
DAR ID Number: 61342
Born in Milanville, Pa.
Wife of Frank B. Hildreth.
Descendant of Col. Solomon Willis and of Capt. William Douglas.
Daughter of Thomas H. Edgerton and Lois J. Pixley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Erastus Edgerton and Sophronia Willis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Dr. Azariah Willis and Diadema Douglas, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Solomon Willis and Elizabeth Lathrop, his wife; William Douglas and Hannah Cole, his wife.
Solomon Willis (1731-1807), who had served in the early wars, commanded a company of volunteers, 1775, fought at Bunker Hill, and joined the expedition to Canada, where he was conspicuous for gallantry at Quebec and promoted to the rank of colonel. He was a member of the General Assembly for twenty-three sessions. He was born and died in Tolland, Conn.
William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the battle of Bennington and afterwards sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Kate Nelson Sheriffs.
DAR ID Number: 61759
Born in Raymond, Wis.
Wife of Thomas W. Sheriffs.
Descendant of John Nelson and of Capt. Jacob Wright.
Daughter of Joseph Nelson and Margaret M. Nelson, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Nelson and Cornelia Mandeville Hardman, his wife (parents of Joseph).
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Nelson and Sarah Wright, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Nelson and Elizabeth Davenport, his wife; Jacob Wright and Elizabeth Haight, his wife.
[p.264] John Nelson (1721-77) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. David Lyon's company, 1st New York regiment. He was born and died in Mamoroneck, N. Y.

Jacob Wright (1722-78) in 1776 commanded the 6th company of militia under Col. Philip Van Cortland and, 1778, was killed by a British Light Horseman. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Mary Wylie Holcomb.
DAR ID Number: 61965
Wife of V. O. Holcomb.
Descendant of Sergt. Beriah Holcomb and of Sergt. Ebenezer Buck.
Daughter of Franklin P. Wylie (b. 1840) and Anna L. Norton (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of William P. Wylie (1809-95) and Charlotte French (1813-95), his wife, m. 1831; Joseph Andrews Norton (1805-65) and Betsy Ann Hoppin (1810-88), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Wylie (1778-1831) and Lucretia Holcomb (1780-1857), his wife, m. 1800; Curtis Hoppin and Mary (Polly) Buck, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Beriah Holcomb and Lucretia Warren (d. 1837), his wife; Ebenezer Buck and Anna Talcott, his wife.
Beriah Holcomb (1748-1824) served, 1776, as corporal and orderly sergeant in Capt. George White's company. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Ebenezer Buck (1750-1831) served as a private in Capt. David Wheeler's company from Lanesborough, Mass.; promoted sergeant and served in Col. Benjamin Simonds' regiment, 1777. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Lanesborough, Mass.



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Mrs. Annie Flack Bowen.
DAR ID Number: 61970
Born in Savannah, Mo.
Wife of Charles A. Bowen.
Descendant of Capt. William Flack and of Daniel Brown.
Daughter of William Scott Flack and Maria Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Flack, Jr., and Markum Scott, his wife; John Brown and Harriet Brown, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Flack and Susannah Collison, his wife; Daniel Brown and Martha Rogers, his wife.
William Flack (1748-1823) commanded a company of Bucks County militia, under Col. John Kellar. He was born in Bucks County, Pa.; died at Crab Orchard, Ky.
[p.331] Daniel Brown (1758-1837) served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Sarah Sturdevant Mccullough.
DAR ID Number: 62015
Born in Freedom, Ohio.
Wife of William Jasper McCullough.
Descendant of Palmer Tanner.
Daughter of Samuel W. Taylor, M. D., and Jane Ann Tanner, his 1st wife.
Granddaughter of William Tanner (b. 1782) and Betsy Paddock, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Palmer Tanner and Amy Thomas, his wife.
Palmer Tanner (1760-1822) served in defense of the frontiers, 1782, for which he received two hundred acres of bounty land. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Laura Brockway Waterman.
DAR ID Number: 62100
Born in Topeka, Kans.
Wife of George Brown Waterman.
Descendant of Justus Brockway.
Daughter of David Brockway and Sarah Rachel Carpenter, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Brockway and Susanah Babcock, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Justus Brockway and Alse Gardner, his wife.
Justus Brockway (1746-1827) served as a private in the Albany County, New York militia, 4th regiment, under Capt. Stephen Wiles and Col. Kilian Van Rensselaer. He was born in Banford, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Mary Hart Bostick.
DAR ID Number: 63188
Born in Oswego, N. Y.
Wife of Smith M. Bostick.
Descendant of William Willis, Willett Ranney, Elias Roberts, Corp. Joseph Swan, Thomas Gardner, and Elijah Utley.
Daughter of John Jay Hart (1831-96) and Mary Elizabeth Gidley (b. 1841), his wife, m. 1859.
Granddaughter of William Hart (1786-1834) and Delia Anna Willis (1793-1860), his wife, m. 1815; Timothy Henry Gidley (d. 1842) and Elizabeth Utley (1808-59), his wife, m. 1838.
[p.62] Gr-granddaughter of Amasa Hart (1754-94) and Phœbe Roberts (1755-94), his wife, m. 1774; Richard Willis (1760-1807) and Sybil Ranney (1765-1833), his wife; Elijah Utley and Lois Swan, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elias Roberts and Susannah Ives (b. 1727), his wife, m. 1746; William Willis and Betty — (1734-1869), his wife; Willett Ranney and Mary Butler (1735-1821), his wife, m. 1752; Adin Swan and Hannah Gardner, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Swan and Mary Miner, his 2nd wife; Thomas Gardner and Harriet —, his wife.
William Willis (1727-1801) served in Capt. Simon Copenhaven's company, York County, Pa., militia. He was born and died in York.
Willett Ranney (1731-1818) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Samuel Wolcott's company, Colonel Hopkins' regiment, and, 1777, in Capt. Elijah Deming's company, Col. John Ashley's Berkshire County, Mass., regiment. He was born in Middletown, Conn., removed to Sandisfield, Berkshire County, Mass., where he enlisted. He died in Smithfield, N. Y.
Elias Roberts (1727-78) was slain in battle at the Wyoming massacre, and his name is on the monument at Wilkes Barre, Pa. He was born in Middletown, Conn.
Joseph Swan enlisted, 1777, as corporal in Col. Elisha Sheldon's Light Dragoons, from Stonnington, where he was born, 1734. He removed to Stephentown, N. Y., in 1783.
Thomas Gardner (1735-1811) served as a private in the New York Line under Col. Goose Van Schaick. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Elijah Utley (1765-1820) served, 1781-82, as a private in Captain Prentice's company, Colonel McClellan's regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born in Stonnington, Conn.


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Miss Ethel L. Tanner.
DAR ID Number: 63668
Born in Lawrence, Kans.
Descendant of Abel Tanner.
Daughter of Walter Scott Tanner and Clara Maria Fillmore, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ford Tanner and Mary Ann Battles, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Cuyler Tanner and Vina Ford, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abel Tanner and Lydia Sweet, his wife.
Abel Tanner (1762-1830) served in the Albany County, New York militia and the Levies. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Grace Sheriffs Harmon.
DAR ID Number: 63964
Born in Milwaukee, Wis.
Wife of Charles Frederick Harmon.
Descendant of John Nelson and of Capt. Jacob Wright.
Daughter of Thomas W. Sheriffs (b. 1852) and Kate Nelson (1853-1907), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Joseph Nelson (1815-1905) and Margaret M. Nelson (1820-1903), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of William Nelson (1784-1869) and Cornelio Mandeville Hardison (1797-1869), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Nelson (b. 1744) and Sarah Wright (1747-1801), his wife, m. 1769.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Nelson and Elizabeth Davenport (b. 1724), his wife, m. 1743; Jacob Wright and Elizabeth Haight, his wife.
[p.326] John Nelson (1721-77) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. David Lyon's company, 1st New York regiment. He was born and died in Mamaroneck, N. Y.

Jacob Wright (1722-78) in 1776 commanded the 6th company of militia under Col. Philip Van Cortland, and, 1778, was killed by a British Light Horseman. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Alice Allyn Tedmon.
DAR ID Number: 66096
Born in Harrisburg, N. Y.
Wife of Bolivar S. Tedmon.
Descendant of William Morgan, Sergt. Daniel Denison, Lieut.-Col. Ebenezer Avery, and Corp. Ephraim Allyn.
Daughter of Ira Allyn (1818-85) and Anna Carpenter (1825-62), his wife, m. 1849.
Granddaughter of William Allyn (1787-1857) and Catherine Dennison (1790-1876), his wife, m. 1808.
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Allyn and Temperance Morgan (b. 1752), his wife, m. 1770; Ebenezer Denison (b. 1760) and Elizabeth (Spencer) Jones, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Morgan and Temperance Avery, his wife; Daniel Denison and Katharine Avery (1737-1825), his wife, m. 1756.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham (b. 1709), his wife.
William Morgan (1723-77) served as a private in Capt. Joseph Gallup's company, 8th regiment, Connecticut militia, under Col. Oliver Smith, 1776. He was born in Groton, Conn.
Daniel Denison (1730-93) was sergeant in Capt. Stephen Mills' company, 4th regiment, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Ebenezer Avery (1704-80) served as lieutenant-colonel, 8th regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.
Ephraim Allyn (1747-1816) served as corporal in Capt. John Morgan's company, Col. Oliver Smith's 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.


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Mrs. Irene Eldridge Smith.
DAR ID Number: 66392
Born in Warren County, Ill.
Wife of Edwin R. Smith.
Descendant of Lieut. James Jones, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Truman Eldridge (1808-1905) and Alma Jones (1808-1900), his wife, m. 1839.
Granddaughter of James Jones, Jr. (1779-1873), and Waty Jerome (1781-1852), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-granddaughter of James Jones and Catharine Denison (1757-1851), his wife, m. 1778.
James Jones (1754-1803) served as ensign, 1778, and as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Myra H. Douglas.
DAR ID Number: 67747
Born in Troy, N. Y.
Descendant of Capt. William Douglas, Nicholas Harris, and John Carmichael.
Daughter of Edward W. Douglas (b. 1856) and Harriet M. Osborn (b. 1855), his wife, m. 1880.
Granddaughter of Henry T. Douglas (1813-88) and Alivra J. Harris (1813-71), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of William B. Douglas (1789-1827) and Mirah Dibble (d. 1860), his wife, m. 1812; Nicholas B. Harris (1778-1840) and Martha Carmichael (1787-1881), his wife, m. 1806.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Douglas (1765-1842) and Lois McKay (1765-1823), his wife; Nicholas Harris and Phebe Tibbitts (1748-1837), his wife, m. 1773; John Carmichael and Esther Canfield (1748-1816), his wife, m. 1766.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Douglas and Hannah Cole (1741-95), his wife.
William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the battle of Bennington and afterwards was sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
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Nicholas Harris (1749-1819) served as private in Capt. James Denison's company, Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's New York regiment. He was born in Providence, R. I.; died in North Stephentown, N. Y.
John Carmichael (1740-1806) served as private in Capt. John W. Schermerhorn's company, Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's regiment. He was born in Scotland; died at Sand Lake, N. Y.



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[p.57] Mrs. Theresa Ayers Noble.
DAR ID Number: 72155
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Wife of John H. Noble.
Descendant of Sergt. James R. Wier.
Daughter of Perry J. Ayers (1830-1900) and Marietta Clark (b. 1831), his wife, m. 1851.



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Mrs. Harriet E. Buckley Brooks.
DAR ID Number: 73528
Born in Unadilla, N. Y.
Wife of Erros D. Brooks.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas.
Daughter of Edward J. Buckley (b. 1847) and Rebecca I. Estes (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1870.
Granddaughter of Oliver E. Buckley (1817-88) and Juliet Douglas (1816-97), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of Amos Douglas (b. 1779) and Miriam Wright (1785-1846), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Douglas (1743-1811) and Hannah Cole, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler, his wife.
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Ellen R. Downer.
DAR ID Number: 73677
Born in Camden County, Mo.
Descendant of Elisha Downer.
Daughter of John Dempster Downer and Rocelia Louesa Denel, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Dorrance Downer and Lucina G. Bulkley, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Pierce Downer and Lucy A. Wilson Ellis, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elisha Downer.
Elisha Downer enlisted from Plainfield, Conn., 1775, in the 6th company, 6th regiment, Connecticut Continental Line; was in the battles of White Plains and Trenton. He was born in Preston, Conn.; removed to Vermont after the war and living in Stephentown, N. Y., in 1792.


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Mrs. Kate Barbour Quarles.
DAR ID Number: 73799
Born in White Pigeon, Mich.
Wife of Edwin Latham Quarles.
Descendant of Amos James.
Daughter of Benjamin Sheldon Barbour (1838-94) and Henrietta Ledford (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1866.
[p.289] Granddaughter of Azariah Barbour (1806-62) and Eliza Ann Sheldon (1813-94), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin S. Sheldon (1785-1854) and Anna James (1785-1873), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amos James and Polly Lee (1765-95), his 1st wife.
Amos James (1760-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Maria Elizabeth Maxon Tifft.
DAR ID Number: 74326
Born in Adams, N. Y.
Wife of Wilson Simon Tifft.
Descendant of David Maxon, Lieut. Asa Maxon, Lieut. Daniel Hull, Daniel Hull, Jr., Lieut. James Jones, and Lieut.-Col. Ebenezer Avery.
Daughter of Thomas Vars Maxon (1823-97) and Alma Ann Hull (1829-69), his 1st wife, m. 1849.
Granddaughter of Joseph Stillman Maxon (1797-1836) and Elizabeth Vars (1802-84), his wife, m. 1822; Benjamin L. Hull (1796-1869) and Maria Jones (1803-83), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Asa Maxon and Lois Stillman (1756-1820), his wife, m. 1775; Daniel Hull, Jr., and Phebe Green, his wife; James Jones, Jr. (1779-1873), and Waity Jerome, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Maxon and Abigail Greenman, his wife; Daniel Hull and Mary Betts (1728-1813) his wife, m. 1748; James Jones and Catherine Denison (1757-1850), his wife, m. 1778.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Denison (1730-93) and Catherine Avery (b. 1737), his wife, m. 1756.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Avery and Lucy Latham, his 1st wife, m. 1726.
David Maxon was appointed deputy by the General Assembly to procure ammunition for the colony. He was born in Westerly, R. I., 1729, where he died.

Asa Maxon (1752-1842) enlisted as ensign in Capt. George Stillman's company, Col. Joseph Noyes' Rhode Island regiment of militia; was promoted lieutenant, 1776, serving in that capacity until the close of the war. He was born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Adams, N. Y.
[p.119] Daniel Hull (1722-1811) served as lieutenant in the Albany County militia. He was born in Redding, Conn.; died in Berlin, N. Y.

Daniel Hull, Jr. (1766-1842), served as private in the 6th Albany County regiment of militia under his father. He was born in Redding, Conn.; died in Berlin, N. Y.
James Jones (1754-1803) served as ensign, 1778, and as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Ebenezer Avery (1704-80) was lieutenant-colonel of the 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.



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Mrs. Ida Kate James Christian.
DAR ID Number: 78025
Born in Detroit, Mich.
Descendant of Amos James and of Benjamin Medberry.
Daughter of William V. James (1815-89) and Amy U. Harris (1815-1903), his wife, m. 1834.
Granddaughter of William James (1782-1838) and Mercy Vincent (1787-1843), his wife, m. 1806; Levi Harris (1780-1859) and Remember Medberry (1786-1865), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-granddaughter of Amos James and Polly Lee (1764-95), his wife, m. 1781; Nathaniel Medberry (b. 1753) and Dinah Harris, his 1st wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Medberry and Dorothy Brown, his wife.
Amos James (1760-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.
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Benjamin Medberry (1718-95) turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm, 1779. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.



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[p.30] Ss Katherine L. Cornwell.
DAR ID Number: 78070
Born in Rochester, N. Y.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas and of Asa Douglas, Jr.
Daughter of Joseph Cornwell (1818-1904) and Kate Clark (1846-1906), his wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of Harry Cornwell (1793-1868) and Sally Douglas (1797-1860), his wife, m. 1815.
Gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas (1766-1836) and Jennie Vanderpoel, his wife, m. 1787.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Sarah Robbins, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler (b. 1718), his wife.
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Also Nos. 53776, 73528.
Asa Douglas, Jr., made himself so troublesome to the British that a large reward was offered for his apprehension. He was born, 1739, in Plainfield, Conn., and moved to Canaan, New York, during the Revolution.


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Mrs. Marian L. Peckham Blessing.
DAR ID Number: 78208
Born in Utica, N. Y.
Wife of Arthur Reed Blessing.
Descendant of Nathaniel Wilson Rust and of William Greenman.
Daughter of Merritt Peckham, Jr. (b. 1849), and Anna M. Taylor (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1879.
Granddaughter of Merritt Peckham (1813-93) and Adelia M. Russ (1819-96), his wife, m. 1839; William G. Taylor (1813-99) and Mary A. Greenman (1816-89), his 2nd wife, m. 1843.
Gr-granddaughter of John Ames Russ (1792-1868) and Annah M. Shoulters (1792-1882), his wife, m. 1814; Samuel Greenman (1784-1850) and Abigail Bliss (1792-1842), his wife, m. 1808.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Wilson Rust (Russ) and Rachel Babcock (1754-1820), his wife, m. 1781; Jonathan Greenman (1761-1813) and Polly Hinckley (1762-1811), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Greenman and Susannah Gardner (d. 1805), his wife, m. 1760.
Nathaniel Wilson Rust (1751-1828) served with the Connecticut troops in Wadsworth's brigade, 1776, raised to reinforce Washington. In 1777 he enlisted under Capt. Nathaniel Wales, serving at Saratoga. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Rensselaerville, N. Y.

William Greenman (1738-1809) served as a private in the 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia (land bounty rights). He was born in Rhode Island; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Mary Pomeroy Sackett Smith.
DAR ID Number: 78209
Born in Manchester, N. Y.
Wife of William Stuart Smith.
Descendant of Benjamin Sackett.
Daughter of Daniel Eaton Sackett (1832-1909) and Mary Baker (b. 1836), his wife, m. 1855.
[p.79] Granddaughter of Daniel Sackett (b. 1788) and Abigail Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Sackett and Phoebe Davis, his wife, m. 1773.
Benjamin Sackett (1752-1826) served as a private in Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Pearl Knight Anderson.
DAR ID Number: 78827
Born in Silver Creek, N. Y.
Wife of Herman A. Anderson.
Descendant of David Rollins and of Sergt. Asa Chapman.
Daughter of Henry Knight (1848-1900) and Minerva M. Doty (b. 1856), his wife, m. 1879.
Granddaughter of Ralph R. Doty (1834-62) and Judith Leach Rollins (1839-59), his wife, m. 1855.
[p.302] Gr-granddaughter of Asa Chapman Doty (1802-92) and Minerva Ransom (1814-40). his wife, m. 1838; Samuel K. Rollins (1759-1873) and Marietta Parker (b. 1805), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Doty (1776-1849) and Lucinda Chapman (1780-1843), his wife, m. 1801; David Rollins and Judith Leach, his wife, m. 1781.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Chapman and Mary Williams, his 1st wife, m. 1778.
David Rollins served as fifer in Capt. Jonathan Poor's company from Newbury, Mass., where he died.
Asa Chapman (1753-1805) served as sergeant in Colonel Wyllys' Connecticut regiment. He was born in East Haddam, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Madeleine Douglas Myers.
DAR ID Number: 80085
Born in Greensboro, N. C.
Wife of Edward Warren Myers.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas.
Daughter of Robert Martin Douglas (b. 1849) and Jessie M. Dick (b. 1855), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Stephen Arnold Douglas (1813-61) and Martha D. Martin (d. 1853), his wife, m. 1847.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen A. Douglas (b. 1782) and Sallie Fiske, his wife, m. 1811.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benajah Douglas (b. 1763) and Martha D. Arnold, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Douglas and Rebecca Wheeler (1718-1809), his wife, m. 1737.
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Sarah Button Hewitt.
DAR ID Number: 81828
Born in Peru, N. Y.
Descendant of Gideon Hewitt.
Daughter of Sanford Hewitt (1816-98) and Catherine Calkins (1820-84), his wife, m. 1853.
Granddaughter of Nathan Hewitt (1790-1863) and Silvia Stafford (1797-1868), his wife, m. 1815.
[p.310] Gr-granddaughter of Gideon Hewitt, Jr. (1771-1839), and Susan Brown, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Gideon Hewitt and Susan Dunbar, his wife.
Gideon Hewitt (1748-1838) volunteered from Stephentown, N. Y., 1776, for six months under Capt. Caleb Bentley, also served under Capt. James Dennison in the Burgoyne campaign. His pension was allowed for eight months' actual service, New York Line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Clarendon, Vt.



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Miss Lydia M. Benson.
DAR ID Number: 83870
Born in Buffalo, N. Y.
Descendant of Jacob Benson and David Sprague, as follows:
1. Oscar P. Benson (b. 1848), m. 1869, Mary Shortt (b. 1850).
2. Elias Willard Benson (1797-1874), m. 1820, Lydia Sprague (1801-63).
3. Daniel Benson (d. 1848), m. Electa Haskins; Ephraim Sprague (1774-1815), m. Phebe Negus.
4. Jacob Benson, m. Mary Meach; David Sprague, m. 1764, Lydia Lamb (1743-1812).
Jacob Benson served as private, 1775, in Capt. Levi Rounsville's company, Col. David Brewer's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Easton, N. Y.
David Sprague (1742-89) served, 1781, as private in Capt. John W. Schermerhorn's company, Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's regiment of Albany County militia. He was born in Lebanon, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Lelia Potter Eldridge.
DAR ID Number: 87865
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Wife of Eldorus Gorton Eldridge.
Descendant of Job Taylor, as follows:
1. Elisha R. Potter (b. 1835) m., 1859, Phebe Taylor (1841-81).
2. George Arnold Taylor (1809-42) m. Polly Hinkly (1825-45).
3. Daniel Taylor (1782-1828) m., 1806, Zilpah Arnold (1786-1876).
4. Job Taylor m., 1780, Mercy Phelps (1760-1854).
Job Taylor (1756-1842) served as private in Captain Carter's company, Colonel Canfield's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Little Compton, R. I.; died in Berlin, N. Y.


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Miss Ethel Grace Eldridge.
DAR ID Number: 87866
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Descendant of Job Taylor, as follows:
1. Eldorus Gorton Eldridge (b. 1856) m., 1877, Lelia Potter (b. 1861).
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[p.270] Miss Minnie Dora Eldridge.
DAR ID Number: 87867
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Descendant of Job Taylor, as follows:
1. Eldorus Gorton Eldridge (b. 1856) m., 1877, Lelia Potter (b. 1861).



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Miss Nancy Marilla Eldridge.
DAR ID Number: 87868
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Descendant of Job Taylor, as follows:
1. Eidorus Gorton Eldridge (b. 1856) m., 1877, Lelia Potter (b. 1861).
.


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Mrs. Clara Roosa Shaw.
DAR ID Number: 89283
Born in Atlas, Ill.
Wife of Charles Richard Shaw.
Descendant of James Adams, as follows:
1. Herman M. Roosa (1831-89) m. 1850 Edna Adams (1833-1906).
2. Israel Allen Adams (1803-83) m. 1824 Harriett Greene (1802-84).
3. James Adams m. Edna Allen.
[p.90] James Adams (1759-1843) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. William Latham's company, Col. William Ledyard's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Groton, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Miss Ada M. Williams.
DAR ID Number: 90509
Born in Geneseo, Ill.
Descendant of Elisha Stewart, Corp. John Dresser, and Isaac Dresser, as follows:
1. Frank M. Williams (b. 1847) m. 1872 A. Louise Allan (b. 1851).
2. James M. Allan (1814-85) m. 1839 Susannah D. Stewart (1820-89).
3. Roderick R. Stewart (1787-1860) m. 1813 Clarissa Dresser (1789-1867).
4. Elisha Stewart m. Sarah Witter (1757-1812); Isaac Dresser m. Susan Taft (1761-1825).
5. John Dresser m. 1740 Sarah Scott (1722-82).
Elisha Stewart (1757-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Renssalaer County, N. Y., for service as private in the Connecticut Line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
[p.165] John Dresser (1716-89) served as a minute man from Charlton, Mass., where he died.
Isaac Dresser (1759-1835) served at various Rhode Island Alarms as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colrain, Mass.; died in Millville, N. Y.



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Mrs. Norma Denison Sullivan.
DAR ID Number: 94175
Born in Huntsville, Ala.
Wife of Raymond L. Sullivan.
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Denison, Sergt. John Greene, and Capt. Jonathan Greene, as follows:
1. Harvey S. Denison (b. 1851) m. 1871 Ida A. Greene (b. 1852).
2. Daniel Eri Denison (1816-77) m. 1840 Sarah Marcelia Streeter (1822-70); Edgar Ray Greene (b. 1836) m. 1851 Eliza Ordelia Greenman (b. 1833).
3. Daniel Denison (b. 1791) m. 1815 Isabel Niles; Ray Greene (1802-99) m. 1823 Lucy Anne Maxon (b. 1805).
4. Jonathan Denison (1761-1833) m. 1789 Sarah Greene (1770-1831); Amos Greene (1778-1867) m. 1801 Nancy Saunders (1786-1859); Deacon Eliphalet Niles (1757-1849) m. 1792 Rebecca Greene (1774-1846).
5. Daniel Denison m. 1756 Katherine Avery (1737-1825); John Greene m. 1774 Catherine Nichols (1756-1835) (parents of Amos); Jonathan Greene m. 1768 Margaret Budlong (parents of Rebecca).
Daniel Denison (1730-93) served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' company, 4th regiment, New York militia, under Col. William Van Renssalaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

John Greene (1754-1838) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1831, for service as sergeant, Rhode Island militia. He was born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Berlin, N. Y.

Jonathan Greene (1749-1807) enlisted as corporal and rose to the rank of captain in the Rhode Island militia. He was born in West Greenwich, R. I.; died in Berlin, N. Y.



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Mrs. Cora Benson Capon.
DAR ID Number: 97154
Born in St. Louis, Mo.
Wife of Alfred Algernon Capon.
Descendant of David Sprague, as follows:
1. Oscar Pratt Benson (b. 1848) m. 1869 Mary Alma Short (b. 1850).
2. Elias Willard Benson (1797-1874) m. 1820 Lydia Sprague (1801-63).
3. Ephraim Sprague (1774-1815) m. 1800 Phebe Negus (1780-1813).
4. David Sprague m. 1764 Lydia Lamb (1743-1812).
David Sprague (1742-89) served 1781 as private in Capt. John W. Schermerhorn's company, Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's regiment of Albany County militia. He was born in Lebanon, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Margaret P. Humes.
DAR ID Number: 97896
Born in Lycoming County, Pa.
Descendant of Israel Cole, Capt. William White, Lieut. Timothy Johnson, John Pfoutz, Major Peter Richards, Robert Bailey (Bayley), Ensign Jacob Bailey, James Hamilton, Benjamin Corson, Joseph Dungan, Capt. Thomas Sebring, Robert Humes, John Humes, John Duncan, and Isaiah Lamphere (Lamphier), as follows:
1. Samuel Humes (d. 1904) m. 1893 Jessica Cole Prindle.
2. Hamilton B. Humes (b. 1844) m. 1868 Floretta S. Sebring (b. 1845); Marshall Eaton Prindle (1819-1906) m. 2d 1862 Caroline Lamphier (1839-1907).
3. Samuel Humes (1801-59) m. 1838 Rachel Bailey (Humes) (1816-83); John Prindle (1775-1837) m. 1805 Penelope Johnson (1789-1865); Benjamin Lamphier (1802-83) m. 1826 Abigail White (1809-85); John Sebring (1816-1902) m. 1844 Mary Crane Pfoutz (1818-1911).
[p.279] 4. Hamilton Humes (1774-1859) m. 1807 Ann Almira Bailey (1784-1861) (parents of Rachel); Timothy Johnson m. Penelope Eaton (b. 1758); Jason White (1764-1844) m. 1787 Lydia Cole (1769-1838); John Pfoutz, Jr. (1782-1857), m. 1815 Sarah Richards (1790-1874); Jonathan Sebring (1783-1879) m. 1805 Sarah Corson (1789-1877); John Hume (1761-1827) m. 1795 Mary (Duncan) Chambers (1774-1854) (parents of Samuel); Sterry Lamphier (1778-1839) m. 1799 Martha (Kelly) Van Allen (1780-1850).
5. James Humes m. 1781 Elizabeth Hamilton (parents of Hamilton); Israel Cole m. 1765 Susannah Wood (d. 1800); William White m. 1763 Susannah Robinson (1744-1804); John Pfoutz m. 1773 Mary Ann Crane; Peter Richards m. 1778 Magdelena Schneider (1758-1855); Jacob Bailey m. 1778 Rachel Steele (b. 1756); Benjamin Corson, Jr., m. Hannah Whitaker (b. 1762); Thomas Sebring m. Rachel Lee; Robert Hummes m. 1753 Anna — (parents of John); John Duncan m. 1765 Jean Duncan (1747-99); Isaiah Lamphere m. 1763 Thankful Allen.
6. James Hamilton m. 1749 Mary — (1733-98); Robert Bailey m. 1738 Margaret McDill (1714-1800); Benjamin Corson m. 1761 Sarah Dungan (d. 1811).
7. Joseph Dungan m. Mary Ohl.
Israel Cole (1735-1830) enlisted, 1777, as private in Capt. Eli Parker's company, Colonel Leonard's regiment at Ticonderoga. He was born in Rehoboth, Mass.; died in Cheshire, Pa.
William White served, 1777, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Simonds' regiment, Berkshire County militia. He was born, 1743, in Attleboro; died in New Ashford, Berkshire County, Mass.
Timothy Johnson (1744-98), in 1777, was lieutenant in Capt. Samuel Clark's company, Col. Benjamin Simond's Berkshire County regiment at the battle of Walloomsick. He was born in Killingly, Conn.; died in Otsego, N. Y.
Isaiah Lamphier (1740-90) served from Farmington, Conn., in Captain Yale's company. He was born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

John Pfountz (1742-1813) was a private in the 2d company, 7th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia, 1780. He was born in Pfoutz Valley, Cumberland County; died in Jersey Shore, Pa.
Peter Richards (1755-1822), in 1779, commanded the 6th battalion, Philadelphia County militia. He was born and died in New Hanover, Pa.
Robert Bailey (1706-98) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lancaster County, Pa., where he died.

James Hamilton (1722-1807) served as a private in Capt. Robert McCurdy's company, 1777, Pennsylvania Line. He died in Lancaster, Pa.

[p.280] Benjamin Corson (1743-1811) served with the Associators of Southampton township. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Wrightson, Pa.

Jacob Bailey (1741-97), in 1777, served as ensign in Colonel Ross' battalion; engaged in the battle of Brandywine. He died in Lancaster, Pa.
Joseph Dungan was a private in the 4th company, Northampton Associators of Bucks County, Pa., 1775. He was born in Bucks County, and in 1785 his will was probated there.
Thomas Sebring (1744-1815) enlisted, 1775, as a private, promoted lieutenant, 1780, and, 1783, commanded a company in the Bucks County militia. He was baptized in Bucks County; died in Lycoming County, Pa.
Robert Humes served as a private in Capt. David McQueen's company, 7th battalion, Lancaster County militia. He died, 1790, in Hanover, Bucks County, Pa.
John Humes served as a private, 1778-82, under Captains William McCullough, William Allen, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Lancaster County; died in Milton, Pa.
John Duncan (1743-92) was a private, 1779-81, in the 4th battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Lancaster County; died in Dauphin County, Pa.


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[p.286] Mrs. Ella Diadimia Grinnell Zinn.
DAR ID Number: 97914
Born in Blendon, Ohio.
Descendant of Daniel Brown, as follows:
1. William Henry Grinnell (1814-97) m. 1836 Caroline Pomeroy (1818-49).
2. William Grinnell (1778-1864) m. 1802 Diadimia Brown (1784-1872).
3. Daniel Brown m. Martha Rogers.
Daniel Brown (1758-1837) served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Geneva Doty Wilcox.
DAR ID Number: 97993
Born in Chautauqua County, N. Y.
Wife of Morris Wilcox.
Descendant of Sergt. Asa Chapman, as follows:
1. William Ralph Doty (b. 1861) m. 1883 Elizabeth Mary Chapin (1865-92).
2. Ralph Ransom Doty (1834-62) m. 2nd 1860 Mary Smith (1831-67).
3. Asa Chapman Doty (1802-92) m. 1833 Minervia Ransom (1814-40).
4. William Doty (1776-1849) m. 1801 Lucinda Chapman (1780-1843).
5. Asa Chapman m. 1778 Mary Williams.
Asa Chapman (1753-1805) enlisted, 1777, serving as sergeant under Colonels Wylly and Samuel Palmer, Connecticut troops. His widow received a pension in 1847. He was born in East Haddam, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Nellie Stewart Wells.
DAR ID Number: 98289
Born in Cambridge, Ill.
Wife of Alonzo M. Wells.
Descendant of Elisha Stewart (Steward), Isaac Dresser and Corp. John Dresser, as follows:
1. James W. Stewart (1849-1901) m. 1868 Julia E. Gaines (1848-92).
2. Elisha M. Stewart (1818-99) m. 1848 Clarissa Cone (1830-1905).
3. Roderick Random Stewart (1787-1860) m. 1813 Clarissa Dresser (1789-1867).
4. Elisha Stewart m. Sarah Witter (1757-1812); Isaac Dresser (1759-1835) m. Susan Taft (1761-1835).
5. John Dresser m. 1740 Sarah Scott (1722-82).
[p.93] Elisha Stewart (1757-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Renssalaer County, New York, for service as private, Connecticut Line. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
John Dresser (1716-87) served as a minute man from Charlton, Mass., where he died.
Isaac Dresser (1759-1835) served at various Rhode Island Alarms as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Colrain, Mass.; died in Millville, N. Y.



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[p.2] Mrs. Etta Cole Denison Dunning.
DAR ID Number: 99003
Born in Floyd, N. Y.
Wife of Lewis Erwin Dunning.
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Denison, Jr., as follows:
1. Wellington Denison (1822-81) m. 1844 Rhoda Anna Cole (1825-1910).
2. Latham Denison (1771-1847) m. 1796 Eleanor Tifft (1780-1846).
3. Daniel Denison, Jr., m. 1756 Katherine Avery (d. 1825).
Daniel Denison (1730-93) served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' company, 4th regiment, New York militia, under Col. William Van Rensselaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Kate A. Green Baxter.
DAR ID Number: 105256
Born in Lancaster, N. Y.
Wife of George E. Baxter.
Descendant of Daniel Brown, as follows:
1. Alonzo Green (1820-1900) m. 1850 Martha Jane Ely (1827-1911).
2. Calvin Ely (1802-77) m. 1822 Martha Tennant Grinnell (1803-91).
3. William Grinnell (1778-1864) m. 1802 Diademia Brown (1784-1872).
4. Daniel Brown m. Martha Rogers (b. 1755).
Daniel Brown (1753-1837) served as a private at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Clara Hastings Darling.
DAR ID Number: 107125
Born in Muscatine, Iowa.
Wife of Col. John Darling.
Descendant of Corp. Caleb Carr, as follows:
1. Serranus Clinton Hastings (1814-93) m. 1840 Azalea Bratt (1822-76).
2. Robert Collins Hastings m. Patience Brayton (b. 1794).
3. Asa Brayton m. 1787 Sarah Carr.
4. Caleb Carr m. Abagail Very.
[p.40] Caleb Carr (1744-93) served as private and corporal in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Jamestown, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Carrie May Humphrey Olmsted.
DAR ID Number: 108347
Born in Washington, D. C.
Wife of Arthur Herbert Olmsted.
Descendant of Aert Remsen, Samuel Forman, Lieut. Abraham Osborn, and Isaac Humphrey, as follows:
1. Gilson Smith Humphrey (b. 1845) m. 1884 Bessie P. Remsen.
2. John Remsen (1812-84) m. Jane Forman Osborn (1840-1908); Josiah W. Humphrey (1818-94) m. Louise Smith (d. 1850).
3. Abraham Remsen (1771-1857) m. Elizabeth Palmer (1765-1863); Samuel Forman Osborn (1806-89) m. Elizabeth Bailey (1816-99); Josiah C. Humphrey (1784-1836) m. 1816 Esther Daboll (1789-1863).
4. Isaac Humphrey m. 1775 Mary Chapman (b. 1755); Aert Remsen m. 1st 1770 Christy Ayer (d. 1774); Abraham Osborn (1784-1868) m. Jane Forman (1789-1845).
5. Samuel Forman m. Mary A. Conover (1768-1802); Abraham Osborn m. Elizabeth Pallen (1755-1840).
Aert Remsen (1748-1819) served as private in Col. Ann Hawk Hays' 2nd Orange County regiment of New York militia. He died in Rockland County, N. Y.
Samuel Forman (1763-1816) served as a private in Capt. Henry Waddell's 1st regiment, Monmouth County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Freehold; died in Point Pleasant, N. J.
Abraham Osborn (1753-1835) was placed on the pension roll of Monmouth County for service as private and lieutenant in the New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Monmouth County.
Isaac Humphrey served, 1776, as private in Capt. Eliphalet Holmes' company, Colonel Selden's Connecticut regiment. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Edna B. Smith Brown.
DAR ID Number: 108543
Born in Monmouth, Ill.
Wife of John Burrows Brown.
Descendant of Lieut. James Brown, as follows:
1. Edwin R. Smith (1840-68) m. 1866 Irene Eldridge (b. 1843).
2. Truman Eldridge (1808-1906) m. 1839 Alma Jones (1808-1900).
3. James Jones, Jr. (1779-1873), m. 1802 Waty Jerome (1781-1852).
4. James Jones m. 1778 Catherine Denison (1757-1851).
James Jones (1754-1803) served as ensign and lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Mary Louise Perry.
DAR ID Number: 109669
Born in Speigletown, N. Y.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas, as follows:
1. Clarence Aaron Perry (b. 1851) m. 1888 Ellen DeForris Bailey (b. 1853).
2. Samuel P. Bailey (1825-72) m. 1850 Ellen Maria DeForris (1829-1901).
3. Truman DeForris, M. D. (1801-77), m. Lucy Matilda Grant (1806-91).
4. John M. Grant (d. 1816) m. Lucy Douglas (1780-1825).
5. John Douglas (1758-1808) m. 1779 Hannah Brown (d. 1853).
6. Asa Douglas m. Rebecca Wheeler (1718-1809).
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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[p.239] Miss Lucy I. Norton.
DAR ID Number: 111726
Born in Pleasant Ridge, Kans.
Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer Buck, Samuel Hoppin, Sergt. Ichabod Phelps and Sergt. Beriah Holcomb, as follows:
1. Curtis Joseph Norton (b. 1831) m. 1856 Mary Elizabeth Wylie (1836-1911).
2. Joseph Andrew Norton (1805-65) m. 1829 Betsey Ann Hoppin (1810-88); William Pease Wylie (1809-94) m. 1831 Charlotte French (1813-94).
3. Curtis Hoppin (1785-1868) m. (Polly) Mary Buck (1787-1851); Peter Wylie (1778-1831) m. 1800 Lucretia Holcomb (d. 1857).
4. Ebenezer Buck m. Anna Talcott (b. 1761); Samuel A. Hoppin m. 1781 Elizabeth Curtis (1758-89); Beriah Holcomb m. 1777 Lucretia Pease (d. 1837).
5. John Talcott m. Abiah Phelps (b. 1736).
6. Ichabod Phelps m. 1730 Martha Tillotson (b. 1715).
Ebenezer Buck (1750-1831) served as private in Capt. David Wheeler's company from Lanesboro, Mass.; promoted sergeant and served in Col. Benjamin Simond's regiment, 1777. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Lanesboro, Mass.
Samuel Hoppin (1755-1800) served as private in Capt. Aaron Coe's company, Hamsphire County, Massachusetts militia, 1777. He was born in Guilford, Conn.; died in Lanesboro, Mass.
Beriah Holcomb (1748-1824) served, 1776, as corporal and orderly sergeant in Capt. George White's company. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Ichabod Phelps (1738-76), who had served in the early wars, was sergeant, 1777, in Capt. John Skinner's company. He was born in Windsor; died in Hebron, Conn.


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Mrs. Cornelia E. Schuyler Zeiger.
DAR ID Number: 113300
Born in Yonkers, N. Y.
Wife of Robert H. Zeiger.
Descendant of Gerrit Lansing, Capt. Asa Douglas and John Douglas, as follows:
1. Gerald Livingston Schuyler (b. 1866) m. 1890 Mary D. Odell (b. 1867).
2. Gerret Lansing Schuyler (1823-99) m. 1849 Mary Elizabeth Miller (1831-80); Charles Henry Odell (1842-1912) m. 1865 Mary Cornelia Douglas (b. 1843).
3. Samuel S. Schuyler (1794-1870) m. 1819 Helenah Lansing (1795-1874); Robert James Douglas (1818-81) m. 1843 Elizabeth Coxe (1822-1911).
4. John Schuyler (1758-1852) m. 2nd 1792 Anna Schuyler (1776-1866); Gerrit Lansing m. 2nd 1787 Maria Van Arnhem; James Brown Douglas (1788-1858) m. 1813 Cornelia Lott Brown (1790-1879).
[p.101] 5. Jacob Schuyler m. Eve Swackhamer (d. 1831); John Douglas m. 1779 Hannah Brown (1760-1853).
6. Asa Douglas m. 1737 Rebecca Wheeler (1718-1809).
Gerrit Lansing (1752-1835) served as private, 1st regiment, New York Line. He was born in Cohoes; died probably, in Albany County, N. Y.
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the Battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
John Douglas (1758-1808) was a matross in Captain Moodle's company, Colonel Lamb's New York regiment. He was born in Canaan, Conn.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.


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Mrs. Carol Content Smith Gard.
DAR ID Number: 114965
Born in Rochester, N. Y.
Wife of Leonard Gard.
Descendant of Benjamin Sackett, as follows:
1. William Stuart Smith (b. 1856) m. 1879 Minnie Pomeroy Sackett (b. 1856).
2. Daniel Eaton Sackett (1832-1909) m. 1855 Mary Baker (1836-1914).
3. Daniel Sackett (1788-1865) m. 1813 Abigail Smith (1794-1856).
4. Benjamin Sackett m. Phœbe Davis.
Benjamin Sackett (1752-1826) served as a private in Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.



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[p.98] Miss Helen F. Downer.
DAR ID Number: 115310
Born in Downers Grove, Ill.
Descendant of Sergt. Elisha Downer, as follows:
1. Melville Bulkeley Downer (b. 1851) m. 1882 Adelaide Fitzina Summers (b. 1858).
2. George Dorrance Downer (1809-93) m. 1836 Lucina G. Bulkeley (1818-64).
3. Pierce Downer (1782-1863) m. 1808 Lucy A. Wilson Ellis (1784-1863).
4. Elisha Downer.
Elisha Downer enlisted from Plainfield, Conn., 1775, in the 6th company, 6th regiment, Connecticut Continental Line; was in the battles of White Plains and Trenton. He was born in Preston, Conn.; removed to Vermont after the war and was living in Stephentown, N. Y., in 1792.



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Mrs. Ruth James Parker.
DAR ID Number: 116091
Born in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Wife of Rupert L. Parker.
Descendant of Amos James, as follows:
1. Fred Seigniour James (b. 1867) m. 1st 1886 Nellie Colby (b. 1872).
2. Seigniour G. James (d. 1896) m. Emma Lillabridge.
3. Samuel James m. Anna Bailey.
4. Amos James m. Polly Lee.
Amos James (1760-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Gertrude Annette Reed Johnson.
DAR ID Number: 120259
Born in Rockford, Iowa.
Wife of Frederick Johnson.
Descendant of James Greene and of Capt. William Douglas, as follows:
1. John Reed (1832-1915) m. 1862 Gertrude Annette Greene (b. 1843).
2. Washington Greene (b. 1815) m. 1841 Harriett Douglas.
3. Seth Greene (b. 1784) m. 1805 Polly Rogers; William Benjamin Douglas (1789-1827) m. 1812 Mirah Dibble (d. 1860).
4. James Greene m. Joanna Terry (1752-1832); Benjamin Douglas (1765-1842) m. Lois McKay (1765-1823).
5. William Douglas m. Hannah Cole (d. 1795).
James Greene (1756-1852) enlisted, 1776, serving at various times until 1779, under Captain Gorton, Colonel Dyer's Rhode Island regiment. In 1832 he was allowed a pension. He was born in Warwick, R. I.; died in South Berlin, N. Y.

William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the Battle of Bennington and afterwards was sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Eudora Jones Dumbolton.
DAR ID Number: 121657
Born in S. Berlin, N. Y.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Avery and of Lieut. James Jones, as follows:
1. Augustus Jerome Jones (1813-1900) m. 2nd Margaret Green (1811-95).
2. James Jones, Jr. (1779-1873), m. 1802 Waty Jerome (1781-1852).
3. James Jones (1754-1803) m. 1778 Catharine Denison (1757-1851).
4. Daniel Denison (1730-93) m. 1756 Catharine Avery (1737-1825).
5. Ebenezer Avery m. 1726 Lucy Latham (1709-58).
Ebenezer Avery (1704-80) was lieutenant colonel of the 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.

James Jones (1754-1803) served as ensign and lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Elizabeth Kent Nelson Abbott.
DAR ID Number: 122001
Born in Casanova, Va.
Wife of Clarence Mallory Abbott.
Descendant of Capt. Jacob Wright, as follows:
1. Walter Huntington Nelson (1853-1905) m. 1876 Gertrude Huntington Kent (b. 1851).
2. John Peter Nelson (1810-78) m. 1845 Cornelia Mandeville (1824-1909).
3. William Nelson (1784-1869) m. 1812 Cornelia Mandeville Hardman (1797-1869).
4. Thomas Nelson (1744-1823) m. Sarah Wright (1747-1831).
5. Jacob Wright m. Elizabeth Haight (b. 1724).
Jacob Wright (1722-78) in 1776 commanded the 6th company of militia under Col. Philip Van Cortland, and was killed by a British light horseman. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Hettie Martin Hughes.
DAR ID Number: 122005
Born in Onalaska, Wis.
Wife of Thomas Wynne Hughes.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Avery and of Sergt. Daniel Denison as follows:
1. Charles J. Martin (1846-1906) m. 1865 Maria M. France (b. 1845).
2. Alfred Martin (1800-50) m. 1820 Rhoda Denison (1804-98).
3. Latham Denison (1771-1847) m. 1796 Elenor Tifft (1780-1846).
4. Daniel Denison m. 1756 Katherine Avery (1737-1825).
5. Ebenezer Avery m. 1726 Lucy Latham (b. 1709).
Ebenezer Avery (1704-80) was lieutenant colonel of the 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.

[p.3] Daniel Denison (1730-93) served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' company, 4th regiment, New York militia, under Col. William Van Renssalaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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[p.237] Mrs. Marion E. Smith Stafford.
DAR ID Number: 122772
Born in Rochester, N. Y.
Wife of George W. Stafford.
Descendant of Benjamin Sackett, as follows:
1. William Stuart Smith (b. 1856) m. 1879 Minnie Pomeroy Sackett (b. 1856).
2. Daniel Eaton Sackett (1832-1909) m. 1855 Mary Baker (1836-1914).
3. Daniel Sackett (1788-1855) m. 1813 Abigail Smith (1794-1856).
4. Benjamin Sackett m. 1773 Phœbe Davis.
Benjamin Sackett (1752-1826) served as private in Col. Killian Van Rensselaer's 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Miss Edith Alice Reid.
DAR ID Number: 124831
Born in Rockford, Iowa.
Descendant of Capt. William Douglas and of James Greene as follows:
[p.253] 1. John Reid (1832-1915) m. 1862 Harriet Gertrude Greene (b. 1843).
2. Washington J. Greene m. 1841 Harriet Douglas (1822-44).
3. William Benjamin Douglas (1789-1827) m. 1812 Mirah Dibble (d. 1860); Seth Greene (b. 1784) m. Polly Rogers.
4. Benjamin Douglas (1765-1842) m. Lois McKay (1765-1823); James Greene m. Joanna Terry (1752-1832).
5. William Douglas m. Hannah Cole (d. 1795).
William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the Battle of Bennington and afterwards was sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

James Greene (1756-1852) enlisted, 1776, serving at various times until 1779, under Captain Gorton, Colonel Dyer's Rhode Island regiment. In 1832 he was allowed a pension. He was born in S. Berlin, N. Y.; died in New York.



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Miss Elinor Florence Reed.
DAR ID Number: 125187
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Descendant of William Udell, as follows:
1. Eli B. Reed (1831-65) m. 1863 Jane Udell Shepherd (1832-1906).
2. Wauten Shepherd (1807-79) m. 1829 Almira Udell (1807-67).
3. William Udell m. 1781 Margaret Hogen (1760-1842).
William Udell (1759-1849) served, 1776, as private in Captain Power's company, Vermont troops; also served with New York troops. He was born in Stephentown; died in Westerlo, N. Y.



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Mrs. Minnie Brotherton Spickerman.
DAR ID Number: 125309
Born in Rock, Wis.
Wife of Elmer H. Spickerman.
Descendant of Amos James, as follows:
1. Eugene C. Brotherton (b. 1859) m. 1880 Ida M. Campbell (1862-1902).
2. Philander Campbell (b. 1835) m. 1860 Louisa Janes (1838-92).
3. Hiram Janes (1814-67) m. 1837 Phebe Carpenter (1818-1902).
4. Thomas G. Carpenter (1794-1884) m. 1816 Lydia James (1799-1891).
5. Amos James m. 2d 1795 Phebe Chadsey (1762-1849).
Amos James (1760-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Daisy M. Stewart Brown.
DAR ID Number: 125628
Born in Warren Mills, Wis.
Wife of Clarence P. Brown.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ebenezer Avery and of Sergt. Daniel Denison, Jr., as follows:
1. Latham D. Stewart (b. 1844) m. 1868 Martha E. Hazleton (b. 1851).
2. Jonathan Stewart (1817-1908) m. 1839 Laura D. Martin (1822-98).
3. Alfred Martin (1800-50) m. 1820 Rhoda Denison (1804-98).
4. Latham Denison (1771-1847) m. 1796 Elinor Tifft (1780-1846).
5. Daniel Denison, Jr., m. 1756 Katherine Avery (1737-1825).
6. Ebenezer Avery m. Lucy Latham (b. 1709).
Ebenezer Avery (1704-80) was lieutenant-colonel of the 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Groton, Conn.

Daniel Denison, Jr. (1730-93), served as sergeant in Capt. Stephen Niles' company, 4th regiment, New York militia, under Col. William Van Renssalaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Clara Carr Burleigh.
DAR ID Number: 126182
Born in Oswego County, N. Y.
Wife of E. E. Burleigh.
Descendant of John Balch and of Corp. Caleb Carr, as follows:
1. Caleb Carr (1818-68) m. 1858 Frances C. Baker (1835-1918).
2. George Baker (1794-1876) m. 1819 Melinda Balch (1801-82); Caleb Carr (1778-1840) m. 1815 Lucinda Harris.
3. John Balch m. Lucy Brown; Caleb Carr m. 1772 Abigail Very.
Caleb Carr (1744-93) served as private and corporal in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Stephentown, N. Y.; died in W. Greenwich, R. I.

[p.56] John Balch (1759-1845) enlisted, 1777-80, as private under Captains Throop and Selden, Colonels Starr, Prentice and Meigs; engaged in the battle of Stony Point. He was born in Mansfield, Conn. died in Marcellus, N. Y.


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Mrs. Harriet G. Reid.
DAR ID Number: 1236530
Wife of John Reid.
Descendant of Capt. William Douglas and of James Greene, as follows:
1. Washington J. Greene (b. 1815) m. 1841 Harrie Douglas (1822-44).
2. William Benjamin Douglas (1789-1827) m. 1812 Mirah Dibble (d. 1860); Seth Greene (b. 1784) m. 1805 Polly Rogers.
3. Benjamin Douglas (1705-1842) m. Lois McKay (1765-1823); James Greene m. Joanna Terry.
4. William Douglas m. Hannah Cole.
William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the battle of Bennington and afterwards was sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

James Greene (1757-1857) enlisted, 1776, serving at various times until 1779, under Captain Gorton, Colonel Dyer, Rhode Island troops. In 1832 he was allowed a pension. He was born in Warwick, R. I.; died in South Berlin, N. Y.



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Mrs. Bertha Ripley James Wright.
DAR ID Number: 126941
Born in Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Descendant of Adjt. Amos James, Maj. Hezekiah Huntington, Ralph Ripley and Roswell Calkins, as follows:
1. Henry F. James (1863-96) m. 1887 Anna Lord Arnold (1866-91).
2. Henry R. James (1839-82) m. 1861 Harriet Fairchild (b. 1838).
3. A. B. James (1812-83) m. 1836 Lucia M. Ripley (1819-1901).
4. Samuel B. James (1788-1861) m. 1811 Anna Bailey (1792-1820); Christopher Ripley (1781-1851) m. 1818 Julia Calkins (1794-1876).
5. Amos James m. Polly (Mary) Lee (1764-95); Ralph Ripley m. 1774 Eunice Huntington (1756-1828); Roswell Calkins m. 1782 Eunice Hine (1763-1849).
6. Hezekiah Huntington m. 1754 Submit Murdock (1736-1808).
Amos James was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born near Richmond, L. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Hezekiah Huntington (1728-1807) was major of the 5th Connecticut regiment at the siege of Boston and later served the Government by manufacturing arms. He was born and died in Windham, Conn.
Ralph Ripley (1751-1827) served, 1776, as cornet in Captain Sargent's company, Maj. Ebenezer Backus' regiment of light horse. He was born and died in Windham, Conn.

[p.298] Roswell Calkins (1761-1823) served as private in Captain Munson's 8th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Walpole, Conn.; died in Delaware County, Ohio.


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[p.139] Miss Irma Leona Field.147450
Born in Detroit, Mich.
Descendant of Capt. Asa Douglas, as follows:
1. Gilbert Smith Field (b. 1867) m. 1891 Edith Coventry (b. 1865).
2. Gilbert Christie Field (1831-1903) m. 1855 Emma L. Cook (1838-74).
3. Israel Ward Cook (d. 1877) m. 1827 Ann Warren Smith (1804-94).
4. Joseph Smith (1771-1839) m. 1801 Charlotte Douglas (1789-1869).
5. Wheeler Douglas (1750-1829) m. 1771 Martha Rathbone (d. 1837).
6. Asa Douglas m. 1737 Rebecca Wheeler (1718-1809).
Asa Douglas (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the Battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. M. Augusta Horton Van Norden.
DAR ID Number: 150167
Born in Westchester County, N. Y.
Wife of Howard Livingstone Van Norden.
Descendant of Sergt. Edward Mead, as follows:
1. James E. Horton (1820-1903) m. 1851 Margery V. Silkman (1831-1903).
2. David Horton (1795-1874) m. 1818 Sarah Mead (1793-1879).
3. Edward Mead m. 1785 Mary Finch (1761-1846).
Edward Mead (1757-97) served as private and sergeant in the Connecticut troops under Col. John Mead. His widow received a pension. He was born in Greenwich, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.


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Mrs. Laura Monteath Ruston.
DAR ID Number: 150219
Born in Albany, N. Y.
Wife of Charles Ruston, Jr.
Descendant of Maj. Jonathan Brown and of Capt. Asa Douglass, as follows:
1. Edward W. Monteath (1845-76) m. 1869 Laura A. Perry (1847-1921).
2. Hiram Perry (1803-82) m. 1840 Susan Bell Rattoone (1813-83).
3. Thomas Rattoone (1770-1838) m. 1802 Olive Brown (1784-1854).
[p.69] 4. Jonathan Brown m. 1777 Lucy Douglass (1762-1848).
5. Asa Douglass m. 1737 Rebecca Wheeler (1718-1809.)
Jonathan Brown (1753-1836) served as ensign and major in the New York Continental Line and was a civil officer. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Pittstown, N. Y.
Asa Douglass (1715-92) commanded a company of “Silver Grays” at the Battle of Bennington, 1777. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Henrietta Wade Bunting Blakeslee.
DAR ID Number: 150541
Born in Carbon County, Pa.
Wife of James Irwin Blakeslee.
Descendant of Capt. William Douglas, as follows:
1. Thomas C. Bunting (1832-95) m. 1869 Elizabeth Cullen Douglas (1849-90).
2. Andrew A. Douglas (1818-90) m. Mary Ann Leisenring (1824-93).
[p.174] 3. William Douglas, Jr. (b. 1768), m. Miriam Pease.
4. William Douglas m. 1764 Hannah Cole (1741-95).
William Douglas (1743-1811) commanded a company at the battle of Bennington and afterwards was sent as a spy upon the British works. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Maude L. Cole Shipton.157619
Born in Stephentown, N. Y.
Wife of Harry Shipton.
Descendant of Israel Hendrick, and of Moses Hendrick, as follows:
1. George H. Cole (b. 1851) m. 1875 Rachel Rose (b. 1851).
2. Lorin Rose (1817-86) m. 1838 Mary Hendrick (1811-93).
3. Jonathan Hendrick m. Urania Morey (b. 1788).
4. Moses Hendrick (1756-1844) m. Elizabeth —.
5. Israel Hendrick m. Rachel Boutwell (b. 1727).
Israel Hendrick (1724-97) served as a private in Capt. Oliver Lyman's company, Col. Dike's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Woburn, Mass.; died in Berlin, N. Y.
Moses Hendrick (1756-1844) received a pension for service as private in the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Reading, Mass.; died in Berlin, N. Y.


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Mrs. Evelyn West Linden.
DAR ID Number: 158429
Born in Geneseo, Ill.
Wife of Paul R. Linden.
Descendant of Corp. John Dresser, Isaac Dresser, Benjamin Cowl, Elisha Stewart and Rufus Foster, as follows:
1. John Edward West (b. 1872) m. 1897 Minerva Benedict (h. 1872).
2. George W. West (b. 1835) m. 1865 M. Amelia Allan (1842-1919); George W. Benedict (1836-1904) m. 1869 Lydia A. Brown (b. 1844).
3. Elijah Benedict (1802-76) m. 1824 Dolly Foster (1802-90); James M. Allan (1814-85) m. 1839 Susannah D. Stewart (1820-89); Coles Jackson Brown (1815-95) m. 1836 Sally M. Cowl (1811-94).
4. Roderick R. Stewart (1787-1860) m. 1813 Clarissa Dresser (1789-1867); William Cowl (1781-1852) m. 1804 Lydia Perry (1786-1856); Rufus Foster m. 1797 Susanna Hubbard (1777-1852).
5. Isaac Dresser m. 1780 Susan Taft (1761-1825); Benjamin Cowl m. 1780 Elizabeth Gorham (1762-1843); Elisha Stewart m. Sarah Witter (1757-1812).
6. John Dresser m. 1740 Sarah Scott (1722-82).
[p.128] John Dresser (1716-89) served as corporal in Capt. Samuel. Curtis' company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Thomson, Conn.; died in Charlton, Mass.

Isaac Dresser (1759-1835) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Abijah Lamb and Col. Jonathan Holman. He was born in Colrain; died in Millville, N. Y.
Benjamin Cowl (1763-1851) was placed on the pension roll of Putnam County, N. Y., 1833, for service as matross, in the New York Continental Line. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Patterson, N. Y.

Elisha Stewart (1757-1837) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut Line under Colonel Parsons. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Rufus Foster (1762-1836) received a pension for service as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captain Kemp and Colonel Wells. He was born in Barnardstown, Mass.; died in Rochester, Vt.


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Mrs. Mary Osband Swift Anderegg.
DAR ID Number: 159494
Born in Detroit, Mich.
Wife of Frederick Anderegg.
Descendant of John Swift, Sergt. Asa Cowles, Job Gardner, Capt. Nathaniel Gardner, Gideon Durfee and Ensign Weaver Osband, as follows:
1. Osband Durfee Swift (1813-57) m. 3d 1851 Laura A. Cowles (1827-1900).
2. Marcus Swift (1793-1865) m. 1812 Anna Osband (1793-1842); Russell Cowles (1780-1865) m. 1804 Dorcas Gardner (1786-1849).
3. John Swift m. 1784 Rhoda Sawyer (1766-1806); Asa Cowles m. Mollie Russell (1756-1836); Nathaniel Gardner m. 1785 Marcia (Marcy) Spencer; Weaver Osband m. 1788 Hannah Durfee (1766-1805).
4. Job Gardner m. 1748 Ann Fry (b. 1725); Gideon Durfee m. 1757 Anna Bowen (1738-1821).
John Swift (1761-1814) served as private in Capt. Lathrop Allen's company, Colonel Elmore's regiment, Connecticut troops. He was born in Kent, Conn.; died at Fort George, Queenston Heights.
Asa Cowles (1747-1837) served as private, corporal and sergeant in the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Belchertown, Mass.; died in New Lebanon, New York.
Job Gardner was deputy to the General Assembly and furnished food for the militia of Rhode Island. He was born, 1723, in South Kingston, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Nathaniel Gardner (1751-1813) commanded a company of Rhode Island militia. He was born in East Greenwich, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
[p.160] Gideon Durfee (1738-1814) served as minute man in Capt. Peleg Simmons' company, Colonel Olney's regiment, on the Tiverton Alarm. He was born in Tiverton, R. I.; died in Palmyra, N. Y.

Weaver Osband (1756-1820) served as ensign in Captain Devol's company, Rhode Island militia. He was born in Tiverton, R. I.; died in Palmyra, N. Y.


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Mrs. Helen M. Lewis Grigsby.
DAR ID Number: 159849
Born in Pittsfield, Ill.
Wife of Earl Shriver Grigsby.
Descendant of James Adams and of Benjamin Barney, as follows:
1. Frank M. Lewis (b. 1861) m. 1882 Florence Matthews (b. 1860).
2. Thomas Lewis (1834-65) m. 1860 Eliza J. Barney (1842-91); A. C. Matthews (1833-88) m. Anna Edna Ross (b. 1839).
3. William Ross (1792-1873) m. Edna Adams (1800-66); John Barney (1809-94) m. 1837 Clarissa Shaw (1812-1900).
4. James Adams m. 3d Edna Allen; Benjamin Barney m. 1783 Deborah Crapo (1760-1822).
[p.268] James Adams (1759-1843) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut troops under Col. William Ledyard. He was born in Groton, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Benjamin Barney (1760-1819) received a pension for service as private in the Massachusetts troops under Colonels Read and Marshall. He was born in Taunton, Mass.; died in Herkimer, N. Y.


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Mrs. Anna F. Baker Barnaskey.
DAR ID Number: 160202
Born in Oneida, N. Y.
Wife of A. Parker Barnaskey.
Descendant of Capt. Stephen Goodwin, Elisha Backus, John Carpenter, Samuel Nichols, Capt. Nathan Barber and Job Gardner, as follows:
1. Clinton Rice Baker (b. 1868) m. 1897 Edith A. Goodwin (b. 1869).
2. Richard Matteson Baker (1891-1907) m. 1863 Frances Rice (1843-1918); Sands Higinbotham Goodwin (b. 1845) m. 1868 Anna S. Backus (1846-1916).
3. Stephen Hills Goodwin (1813-81) m. 1840 Abby Higinbotham (1819-68); Warren Moses Rice (1811-81) m. 1838 Amanda Noble (d. 1877); Mancer Merriam Backus (1818-87) m. 1842 Harriet C. Wilber (1819-57).
4. Stephen Goodwin (1780-1813) m. 1801 Eunice Morton (1781-1839); Elisha Backus, Jr. (1782-1850), m. 1816 Amanda Merriam (1796-1874); Nathan B. Wilber (1791-1865) m. 1815 Mary A. Gardner (1797-1872); Sands Higmbotham (1790-1868) m. 1811 Temperance Carpenter (1791-1831); Moses Rice m. Lucinda Nichols (1781-1862).
5. Stephen Goodwin (d. 1779) m. Carine Beach (1762-1850); Elisha Backus m. 1777 Betsey Johnson (d. 1839); John Wilber (1760-1807) m. 1780 Mary Barber (b. 1762); William Gardner (1765-1846) m. 1793 Mercy Higinbotham (1765-1824); John Carpenter m. 2d 1779 Ahigail Moore (1759-1841); Samuel Nichols m. 1st Hannah Resseguie (1757-1827).
6. Stephen Goodwin m. 1752 Abigail Gillet (d. 1797); Job Gardner m. 1744 Ann Fry (b. 1725); Nathan Barber m. Thankful Maxson (1732-1806).
Stephen Goodwin (1734-88) commanded a company, 1776, under Col. Fisher Gay to reenforce the army in New York. He was born in Simsbury; died in Bloomfield, Conn.

[p.70] Elisha Backus (1752-1801) was a volunteer at the Lexington Alarm from Canterbury, Conn., where he was born. He died in Manlius, N. Y.

John Carpenter (1745-1800), a patriot, signer of the Association Test and manufacturer of guns and powder. He was born in Jamaica, L. I.; died in Jamestown, N. Y.

Samuel Nichols (1758-1849) received a pension for service as private in Col. Heman Swifts' Connecticut regiment. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Fenner, N. Y.

Nathan Barber (1733-1816) was captain of the 3d company and of the Senior Class company, 1st battalion, Kings County. Rhode Island militia; also member of Committee and Deputy to the Rhode Island General Assembly. He was born in Hopkinton; died in Westerly, R. I.
Job Gardner was deputy to the General Assembly and furnished food for the militia of R. I. He was born, 1723, in South Kingston, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Maude Adell Dumbolton Laren.
DAR ID Number: 161388
Born in Rockford, Iowa.
Wife of Arthur Laren.
Descendant of Lieut. James Jones, as follows:
1. Nathan Dumbolton (b. 1849) m. 1874 Eudora Jones (b. 1852).
2. Augustus Jerome Jones (1813-1900) m. Margaret Greene (1811-95).
3. James Jones, Jr. (1779-1873), m. 1802 Waty Jerome (1781-1852).
4. James Jones m. 2d. 1778 Catharine Denison (1757-1851).
James Jones (1754-1803) served as lieutenant, 1780, in the Albany County, New York militia, under Colonel Van Rensselaer. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.



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Mrs. Caroline B. Butterfield Hogg.
DAR ID Number: 163090
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wife of Gory Hogg.
Descendant of Ebenezer Butterfield, Corp. Jonas Butterfield, Alexander Baldridge, William Baldridge, Capt. Aaron Willard, Nathaniel Willard, Lieut. Abner Pease, Abner Pease, Jr., Lieut. Col. James Agnew and Capt. Elijah Blackman, as follows:
1. Alden Pease Butterfield (1849-1918) m. 1873 Caroline Ida Baldridge (b. 1852).
2. Jonas Butterfield (1820-74) m. 1849 Harriet Melissa Darrow (1818-1902); David Agnew Baldridge (1823-69) m. 1851 Caroline James (1832-54).
3. John Butterfield (1780-1846) m. 1800 Sibyl Willard (1781-1858); James Ramsey Baldridge (1793-1860) m. 1815 Sophia Bradford (1799-1882); James Darrow m. 1811 Betsey Pease (1796-1825).
4. Jonas Butterfield m. 1767 Esther Cummings (1745-1824); William Baldridge m. 1st 1792 Rebecca Agnew (1772-1817); Nathaniel Willard m. 1762 Elizabeth Haskell; Abner Pease, Jr., m. 1790 Polly Blackman (1768-1835).
5. Ebenezer Butterfield m. 1st Sarah — (d. 1748); Alexander Baldridge m. 1745 Jane Ramsey; Aaron Willard m. 1724 Mary Wright (1704-67); Abner Pease m. 1763 Elizabeth Farrington; James Agnew m. 1768 Mary Ramsey (1753-1825); Elijah Blackman m. Elizabeth Hall.
Ebenezer Butterfield (1706-95) was a patriot during the Revolution. He was born in Chelmsford; died in Dunstable, Mass.

Jonas Butterfield (1742-1826) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Reuben Butterfield's company, Col. David Green's regiment, and also served as corporal in Capt. Oliver Cummings' company of Massachusetts troops. He was born in Dunstable, Mass.; died in Farmington, Maine.

[p.25] Alexander Baldridge (1717-1805) served as private in Capt. John McConnell's company, 4th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Lincoln County, N. C.

William Baldridge (1761-1830) served as private in the North Carolina troops. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died at Cherry Fork, Ohio.

Aaron Willard (1701-84) commanded a company of Massachusetts troops and was also commissioner for the Colonies to Nova Scotia. He was born and died in Lancaster, Mass.
Nathaniel Willard was a private in Capt. William Greenleaf's company, Col. Josiah Whitney's 2d Worcester County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born, 1732, in Lancaster, Mass.; died in Farmington, Maine.

Abner Pease (1733-84) served as ensign and as lieutenant under Capt. Stephen Pearl and Col. Benjamin Woodbridge, New York troops. Was also a patriot. He was born in Enfield, Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

Abner Pease, Jr. (1763-1836), received a pension for service as private in the New York troops under Colonel Harper. He was born in Somers, Conn.; died in Aurora, Ohio.
James Agnew (1742-1825) served as lieutenant colonel of the 7th battalion, York County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Adams County, Pa.

Elijah Blackman (1740-1822) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, 1818, for service of captain, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Stoughton, Mass.; died in Aurora, Ohio.



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Mrs. Alice Cranston Lapham.
DAR ID Number: 164437
Born in Omaha, Neb.
Wife of George Day Lapham.
Descendant of John Cranston, Beriah Brown, Allen Matteson, Abel Tanner, James Greene, John Winsor, Ebenezer Johnson, Amos Sweet and Samuel Allen Boardman, as follows:
1. Byron Greene Cranston (b. 1851) m. 1876 Mary Adaline Brown (b. 1852).
2. Henry Cranston (1818-86) m. 1838 Phebe Matteson (1821-1905); Christopher Brown, Jr. (1819-91), m. 1847 Abigail Kendal (1830-1918).
3. Simon Cranston (1784-1847) m. 1803 Elizabeth Tanner (1785-1857); Christopher Brown (1772-1862) m. 1796 Tabitha Arnold (1779-1861); Ebenezer Matteson (1790-1852) m. 1816 Roxana Greene (1799-1889); David Kendall (1796-1842) m. Margaret Winsor (1798-1854).
4. John Cranston m. 1781 Abigail Tisdale (1762-1847); Beriah Brown, Jr. (1744-1819), m. 1745 Amy Sherman (b. 1746); Allen Matteson m. Jemima Johnson (1760-1838); Abel Tanner m. 1782 Lydia Sweet (1764-1842); James Greene m. Joanna Terry (1755-1852); John Winsor m. 1792 Lydia Boardman (1775-1861).
5. Beriah Brown m. Elizabeth Smith; Amos Sweet m. 1759 Betsey (Elizabeth) Straight (d. 1793); Ebenezer Johnson m. Rebecca Tingley (b. 1739); Samuel Allen Boardman m. 1774 Katherine Thorp (d. 1842).
John Cranston (1757-1828) served as private in the 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Warren, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
Beriah Brown (1715-92) was high sheriff of Kings County, Rhode Island, 1775-81. He was born in North Kingston; died in Wickford, R. I.

Allen Matteson (1755-1839) received a pension, 1832, for service as private in the Rhode Island troops under Colonels Cook and Dyer. He was born in Coventry, R. I.; died in Berlin, N. Y.

Abel Tanner (1762-1830) served as private in the 4th regiment, Albany County, New York militia, under Colonel Van Rensselaer. He was born in Exeter, R. I.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.

James Greene (1756-1852) enlisted, 1776, serving at various times until 1779, in Captain Gorton's company, Colonel Dyer's Rhode [p.141] Island regiment. In 1832 he applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Warwick, R. I.; died in South Berlin, N. Y.

John Winsor (1755-1831) received a pension for service as private in the New York troops under Col. Goose Van Schaick. He died in Rensselaer County, N. Y.
Ebenezer Johnson (1736-1836) received a pension for service as private in the Rhode Island militia under Colonels Brown, Waterman and Kasson. He was born and died in Coventry, R. I.
Amos Sweet served as private in Captain Odle's company, Colonel Schuyler's regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in North Kingston, R. I.; died, 1793, in Stephentown, N. Y.
Samuel Allen Boardman served as private in Capt. Joseph Churchill's company, Col. Comfort Sage's regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born in Middletown, Conn.; died, 1780, in service.