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Born in New York.
Wife of Banks Morehouse Brewer.
Descendant of Thomas Tompkins, of New York.
Daughter of Thomas Wing and Mary Tompkins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Tompkins and Phebe Evans, his wife.
Thomas Tompkins, (1730-1805), served as a private in Capt.
Andrew Billings, company, Col. James Clinton's regiment.

Mrs. Caroline Alger Shelden. 15029

Born in Michigan.

Wife of Henry Dusenbury Shelden.

Descendant of William Henry and Col. Eli Brownson, of
Vermont; Col. Miles Powell and Lieut. Andrew Squier, of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of Hon. Russell Alexander Alger and Annette Henry,
his wife.

Granddaughter of William Gilmore Henry (1807-1898) and Hul-
dana Squier (b. 181 1), his wife (m. 1833).

Gr. -granddaughter of William Henry, Jr., (1760-1843) and Anna
Brownson. his wife (m. 1794) ; Wait Squier and Hannah Powell, his
wife.

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Eli Brownson and Abi Jewel, his wife;
Miles Powell and Jemima Atkinson, his wife; Andrew Squier and
Huldah Brownson, his wife; William Henry and Isabella Gilmore,
his wife (ni. 1759).

Eli Brownson, (1748-1830), served as lieutenant at the bat-
tle of Bennington, and commanded the company when Capt.
Thomas Comstock was killed. He was a. member of the
Convention that established the state of Vermont. He was
born at Woodbury, Conn., and died at Manchester, Vt.

Miles Powell, (1729-91), marched to Cambridge from Lanes-
boro at the Lexington Alarm as lieutenant colonel of minute
men. He served at Bennington in the Second Berkshire
county rei^imcnt, and, 1779-80, responded to calls to protect



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the Northern frontier from invasion. He was born in Wales
and died at Lanesboro, Mass.

Also Nos. 6832, 8757, 10300.

Andrew Sqiiier, (1731-1823), who had fought in the early
wars, served on important committees during the Revolution.
He was born at Woodbury, Conn., and died at Lanesboro.

William Henry, (1734-1811), served at Bennington with the
Green Mountain Boys, under Capt. Samuel Robinson. He
was born in Ireland and died at Bennington, Vt.

Also Nos. 1881, 2967, 4767, 6832, 8293, 8757, 10300.

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Whitney Warren. 15026

Born in New York.

Wife of Charles Aldridge Warren.

Descendant of Samuel Gates, Jr., of Massachusetts.

Daughter of James Fordyce Whitney and Mary Gates Whitney,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Moses Whitney and Lucy Gates, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Samuel Gates, Jr., and Mary Gates,
his wife.

Samuel Gates, Jr., (1756-1834), served in Capt. William
Whitcomb's company. Col. William Prescott's regiment, at
the Lexington Alarm. He was born at Stow, where he died.

Mrs. Mary Eliza Rumney. 15027

Born in Michigan.

Wife of John Gaine Rumney.

Descendant of Capt. Anthony Rutgers, of New York.

Daughter of Samuel Emlen Pittman and Mary Gertrude Mizner.
his wife.

Granddaughter of Lansing B. Mizner and Mary Gouveneur Rut-
gers, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony A. Rutgers and Cornelia Gaine, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Rutgers and Gertrude Gouver-
neur, his wife.

Anthony Rutgers, (1742-84), was chosen captain of a com-
pany of artillery, organized by the Marine Society, 1775. He
was a member of the Provincial Congress and was on the
committee to draft the State constitution. He was born at
New York city and died at Newark, N. J.

Also Nos. I0SS3, 14152.



14 DAUGHTERS OF THi; AMERICAN REVOLUTION.



Mrs. Irene Blodgeit Ainsworth. 1^028

Born in New Hampshire.

Wife of Oliver Ashley Ainsworth.

Descendant of Lieut, John Sprague, of New Hampshire.

Daughter of Samuel Washington Blodgett and Caroline Hayden,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel Blodgett and Susan Sprague, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Sprague and Rebecca Alden, his wife.

John Sprague, (1746-1843), served as sergeant in Capt.
Abel Walker's company, at Ticonderoga, 1777, and was at
Bennington under Col. John Stark. He was born at East
Bridgewater, Conn., and died at Claremont, N. H.

Also No. 12906.

Mrs. Susan Estella Ainsworth Wallace. 11^029

Born in Michigan.

Wife of W. J. Wallace.

Descendant of Lieut. John Sprague.

Daughter of Oliver Ashley Ainsworth and Irene Robinson Blod-
gett, his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel Washington Blodgett and Caroline Hay-
den, his wife.

See No. 15028.

Mrs. Jessie Caroline Ainsworth Sullivan. 1^030

Born in New Hampshire.

Wife of J A. Sullivan.

Descendant of Lieut. John Sprague.

Daughter of Oliver Ashley Ainsworth and Irene Robinson Blod-
gett, his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel Washington Blodgett and Caroline Hay-
den, his wife.

See No. 15028.

Mrs. Susan Sanders Dodge. 190^1

Born in Michigan.
Wife of Stephen Eugene Dodge.
Descendant of John Hinckley, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Josiah Fisk Sanders and Caroline Hinckley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Slierman Hinckley and Orpha Gates, his wife.
See No. 15033-



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Mrs. Josephine Maria Hemphill Crocker. 1^032

Born in Michigan.

Descendant of James Aiken, of New Hampshire.

Daughter of R. W. Hemphill and Adeline Moore, his wife.

Granddaughter of Charles Moore and Maria McAllister, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John McAllister and Jane Aiken, his wife.

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of James Aiken and Margaret Waugh, his
wife.

James Aiken, (1732-87), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. John Dun-
can's company. Col. Daniel Moore's regiment of volunteers.
He was born in Ireland and died at Bedford, N. H.

Mrs. Esther Hinckley Johnson. 1^033

Born in Michigan.

Wife of Fred W. Johnson.

Descendant of John Hinckley, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Sherman Hinckley and Orpha Gates, his wife.

Granddaughter of Porter Hinckley and Elizabeth Scripture, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hinckley and Anna Whipple, his wife.

John Hinckley, (1761-1846), enlisted as a drummer at the
age of sixteen and served in Capt. Ichabod Hinckley's com-
pany, three years. He was with Capt. Solomon Wells at
Fort Griswold, 1781, and served to the close of the war. He
was born at Willington, Conn., and was a pensioner at Na-
ples, Ontario county, N. Y., where he died.

Miss Abba Eirene Owen. 1^034

Born in Michigan.

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Cook, Lieut. Col. Isaac Cook,
Jr., and David Foote, all of Connecticut.

Daughter of Tubal C. Owen and Anna Foote, his wife.

Granddaughter of Ezra Mead Foote and Sarah Cooke, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Lothrop Cooke and Sophia Dehart, his wife;
Russel Foote and Belinda Mead, his first wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Cooke and Betsey Bates, his wife;
David Foote and Mary Scovell, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Cook, Jr.. and Martha Cook,
his wife.

Gr.-gr. -gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Isaac Cook and Jerusha Saxton,
his wife.



l6 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Isaac Cook, (1710-90), commanded a company at the Lex-
ington Alarm. He was born and died at Wallingford.

Isaac Cook, Jr., (1739-1810), entered the army as captain in
Col. David Wooster's regiment and served as lieutenant col-
onel under Col. James Wadsworth. He was born at Wal-
lingford, Conn., and died at Lewiston, N. Y.

Also Nos. 1049, 2400, 3491, 61 16, 7990, 9030, 14628.

David Foote, (1753-1821), enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Benedict
Arnold's company. He subsequently served as a minute
man from Waterbury.

Mrs. Caroline Himckley Sanders. 1^03^

Born in Michigan.
Wife of Josiah Fisk Sanders.

Descendant of John Hinckley, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Sherman Hinckley and Orpha Gates, his wife.
See No. 15033-

Mrs. Caroline Sanders Wilkinson. 1^036

Born in Michigan.
Wife of C. S. Wilkinson.

Descendant of John Hinckley, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Josiah Fisk Sanders and Caroline Hinckley, his wife.
Granddaughter of Sherman Hinckley and Orpha Gates, his wife.
See No. 15033.

Miss Lucile Watling. 1^037

Born in Michigan.

Descendant of Gov. Moses Robinson and of Solomon
Wright, of Vermont.

Daughter of John Andrews Watling and Eunice Robinson Wright,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Thomas Wright and Mary Ann Belden, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Wright and Eunice Robinson, his
wife.

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Moses Robinson and Ruth Dewey, his
wife; and of Solomon Wright.

See No. 15040.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaugliter of Moses Robinson and Mary Fay, his
wife.

See No. 15983.



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MRS. ABIGAIL HAZELTINE VOSE. 1^038

Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of William H. Vose.

Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Hazeltine, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Benjamin Hazeltine and Abigail Mayo, his wife.
Benjamin Hazeltine, (1763-1826), served as surgeon's mate.
He was born at Sutton and died at Warwick.



Miss Mary Burnham Putnam. 1^039

Born in Michigan.

Descendant of Ephraim Putnam, Ephraim Putnam, Jr.,
Joshua Sargent and John Johnson, of New Hampshire; Eli
Smith, of Vermont.

Daughter of Daniel Putnam and Sarah Smith, his wife.

Granddaughter of Israel Putnam and Ruth Sargent, his wife; Eli
Burnham Smith and Eliza Moore, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Putnam and Hannah Johnson, his
wife; Joshua Sargent and Abigail Ladd, his wife; Joseph Smith and
Esther Burnham, his wife.

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Putnam, Jr., and Lucy Spauld-
ing, his wife; John Johnson and Abigail Carlton, his wife; Eli
Smith and Jemima Denton, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Putnam and Sarah Cram, his
wife.

Ephraim Putnam, (1719-77), was a soldier in the Canadian
Campaign from Lyndeborough. His five sons and three
sons-in-law served in the Revolution.

Ephraim Putnam, Jr., (1744-99), served in the militia and
was a delegate from Lyndeborough to the Provincial Con-
gress. He was born at Danvers, Mass.

Joshua Sargent, (1757-1844), served three enlistments in
the Massachusetts Line under different commands, 1776-78.
He survived to receive a pension.

John Johnson enlisted from Lyndeborough and served at
Bunker Hill. He died in service, 1777.

Also No. 14159-

Eli Smith, (1751-1816), served at the battle of Stillwater in
the Vermont militia.



1 8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. ELVIRA ARMENIUS W. WILLIAMS. 1^040

Born in Vermont.

Widow of Hinckley Williams.

Descendant of Solomon Wright, of Vermont.

Daughter of Solomon Wright and Eunice Slafter Jewett, his wife.

Solomon Wright, (1763-1837), served in Capt. Eli Noble's
company, Col. Ebenezer Walbridge's Vermont militia. He
died at Pownal.

Mrs. Blanche Sherman Hapgood Baxter. 1(^041

Born in Maine.

Wife of Charles William Baxter.

Descendant of Col. James Hill, of New Hampshire.

Daughter of William Henry Hapgood and Betsey Watson Manley,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Albert Gallatin Manley and Sarah Hoit Hill,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoit Hill and Betsey Jackson Watson,
his wife.

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of James Hill and Sarah Hoit Burleigh,
his wife.

James Hill, (1734-1811) commanded a company for the
defense of Piscataqua Harbor, 1775, and the same year was
a member of the Provincial Congress which met at Exeter.
He was appointed lieutenant colonel of the Fourth regiment
of militia, 1777. He was born at Kittery, Me., and died at
New Market, N. H.

Also Nos. 12456, 13364.

Miss Mary Chubb. 1^042

Born in Michigan.

Descendant of Samuel Chubb, Jr.. of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Jonathan Frisbie Chubb and Harriet White, his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel Chubb, Jr., and Relief Frisbie, his wife.

Gr.-granddaugiiter of Samuel Chubb and Sarah Chubb, his wife.

Samuel Chubb, Jr.. (1761-1817), was a private at seventeen
in Capt. David Llatchellor's company, Col. Ezra Wood's reg-
iment. He served several enlistments from Charlton. He
was born at Sturbridge, Mass., and died at Poultney, Vt.



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Miss Margaret C. Long. 15043

Born in Pennsylvania.

Descendant of William Shaw, of Pennsylvania.

Daughter of George Henry Long and Kate E. Shillar, his wife.

Granddaughter of Arthur B. Long and Ann Eliza Shaw, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of William Shaw, Jr., and Catherine Watson,
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Shaw and Ann Elizabeth Sample,
his wife.

William Shaw, (1739-1802), was a member of the Commit-
tee of Safety of Northumberland county, 1776. He was born
and died in Turbut township.

Also Nos. 204, 1 1878.

Mrs. Jennie Robe Stevens. 1^044

Born in New York.

Wife of Wilder D. Stevens.

Descendant of Sergt. Cyprian Stevens, of Massachusetts ;
Andrew Robe, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Harvey W. Robe and Parlyncia Stevens, his wife.

Granddaughter of Lyman Stevens and Chloe Perry, his wife; Ros-
well Robe and Mindwell Russell, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Cyprian Stevens and Caroline Merick, his
wife; Andrew Robe and Jane Humphrey, his wife.

Cyprian Stevens served as corporal in Capt. Timothy Big-
elow's company from Worcester at the Lexington Alarm.
He enlisted, 1775, and was sergeant in Capt. Jonas Hubbard's
company. Col. Artemas Ward's regiment.

Andrew Robe enlisted from Simsbury as private in the
Third company. Eighteenth regiment, at New York, 1776,
and also served when Tryon attacked New Haven.

Mrs, Hannah Chadbourne Wallin. 1904^

Born in New York.

Wife of Franklin B. Wallin.

Descendant of Reynolds Whaley, of Rhode Island; Wil-
liam Chadbourne, of Maine.

Daughter of William Chadbourne and Selina Whaley, his wife.

Granddaughter of Alanson Whaley and Anna Beardsley, his wife;
Jabez Chadbourne and Hannah Cross, his wife.



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.



Gr. -granddaughter of Reynolds Whaley and Elizabeth Odcll, his
wife; William Chadbourne and Sarah Weymouth, his wife.

Reynolds Whaley, (1764-1844), enlisted as a fifer at the age
of thirteen. He was at Valley Forge and served to the close
of the war. He was born at North Kingston, R, I., and was
a pensioner when he died at Attica, N. Y.

William Chadbourne, (1744-1816), was a private in Capt.
Ebenezer Sullivan's company, Col. James Scammon's regi-
ment. He enlisted under different commands, and, in 1780.
served under Capt. Belcher Hancock and Col. Elijah Vose.
He was born at Berwick, Me., and died at his son's, at Fre-
lighsburg, Province of Quebec.

Mrs. Hannah Pope White. 15046

Born in New York.

Wife of Charles G. White.

Descendant of Gershom Pope.

Daughter of Charlemagne Pope and Harriet Park, his wife.

Granddaughter of Timothy Pope and Hannah Stickney, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Pope and Hannah Smith, his wife.

Gershom Pope, (1762-1843), served in the Connecticut
Light Horse. He was born at Sandwich, Mass., and died at
Burlington, N. Y.

Mrs. Florence Huntington Bailey. 15047

Born in New York.

Wife of Samuel A. Bailey.

Descendant of Lieut. Andrew Huntington, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Henry Hyde Huntington and Harriet Matilda Dow.
his wife.

Granddaughter of Roswell Huntington and Sophia Williams Tracy,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Huntington and Ruth Hyde, his wife.

Andrew Huntington, (1747-1811), served as lieutenant,
1776, in Capt. Daniel Dewey's company to reinforce the army
in New York. Pie was born and died at Lebanon.

Mrs. Celia Botsford Gillette. 1^048

Born in Michigan.
Wife of William Gillette.



LINEAGE BOOK.



Descendant of Ephraim Smith and of David Botsford,
of Connecticut.

Daughter of Elnathan Botsford and ElLza Smith, his wife.

Granddaughter of Waitstill Smith and Susan Brett, his wife; Eli
Botsford (1761-1819) and Mary Pond (1768-1854), his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Smith and Abbey Higgins, his wife;
David Botsford and Hannah Skeels, his wife.

Ephraim Smith, (1740-1839), enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Noble
Benedict's company and served in the New York campaign.
He was at White Plains under Capt. Nathaniel Johnson,
Wadsworth's brigade. He died and is buried at Howell,
Mich. He had seven brothers who served in the Revolution.

AlsĀ© Nos. 8793, 9665.

David Botsford, (1712-96), responded to the first call for
troops and served as a minute man from Milford.

Miss Fredericka B. Gillette. 11^049

Born in Michigan.
Descendant of Ephraim Smith and of David Botsford.
Daughter of William Gillette and Celia Botsford, his wife.
See No. 15048.

Mrs. Mary Douglas Anderson. i^o^o

Born in Ohio.

Wife of Robert James Anderson.

Descendant of Col. Jonathan Jones, of Pennsylvania.

Daughter of Richard Alexander Douglas and Eliza Jane Pearce,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Cromwell Pearce, Jr., and Margaretta Jones,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Jones and Elizabeth Graham, his wife.

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Jones and Margaret Davis,
his wife.

Jonathan Jones, (1738-82), was appointed captain, 1775,
and after active service in Canada, was promoted major, 1776.
He commanded the regiment after the resignation of Col.
James Irvine, but ill-health compelled him to resign, 1777.
He served in the Assembly until stricken with paralysis. He
is buried at Churchtown, Lancaster county.

Also Nos. 594, 1936, 2337, 4056, 7326, 9322.



22 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Mrs. Emma Pinney Crosby. it^o^i

Born in Vermont.

Wife of John Crosby.

Descendant of Sergt. Martin Pinney, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Martin Pinney and Emily Steele, his wife.

Granddaughter of Martin Pinney and Elizabeth Haskell, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Martin Pinney and Hannah Phelps (d. 1825),
his wife.

Martin Pinney, ( 1 747-1831), served as sergeant in Capi.
David Barber's company in the First regiment of militia.
He was born at Windsor, where he died.



Mrs. Mary Jordan Edwards. i^op

Born in New York.

Wife of Edward Junius Edwards.

Descendant of Sergt. WilHam Foster and of Joseph Lake,
Jr., of Connecticut.

Daughter of Ensign Hiram Jordan and Huldah Lake Hawley, his
wife.

Granddaughter of David Hawley and Anna Waldo, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Elderkin Waldo and Beulah Foster,
his wife; Sylvanus Holley and Huldah Lake, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Foster and Hannah Durkee, his
wife; Joseph Lake, Jr., and Dinah Beardsley, his wife.

Joseph Lake, Jr., (1740-1813), who had served in the early
wars, was a soldier in the Revolution. He was born at Strat-
ford and died at Sharon.

William Foster, (1738-1823), served as sergeant at the Lex-
ington Alarm in Capt. Aaron Cleveland's company. He was
born at Canterbury, Conn., and died at Whitehall, N. Y.

Also No. 6975.

Mrs. Blanche Gii bert Johnson. i^o^^

Born in Wisconsin.

Wife of William Chandler Johnson.

Descendant of Theodore Gilbert, Asa Gilbert, and Corp.
Jesse Goodwin, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Erastus Perry Gilbert and Barbara Ann Thomas, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Asa Gilbert, Jr., and Nancy Carrington, his wife.



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Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Gilbert and Mary Goodwin, his wife
(m. 1784).

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theodore Gilbert and Mary Werter, his
wife; Jesse Goodwin and Rachel Brace, his wife (m. 1760).

Theodore Gilbert, (1729-1821), served three years in the
miHtia. His name is engraved among the soldiers of the
Revolution on a bronze tablet at Barkhamstead.

Asa Gilbert, (1755-1836), was a minute man at the Lexing-
ton Alarm. He served, 1776, in New York, and, 1779, enlist-
ed in Sheldon's Light Dragoons for two years. He was born
and died at Hartford.

Jesse Goodwin served as corporal in the militia. He was
born, 1737, in Litchfield county, where he died.

Miss Edith Hart Linton. i^o^4

Born in Minnesota.

Descendant of Hon. John Hart, of New Jersey.

Daughter of Alonzo Herbert Linton and Gertrude Darragh, his
wife.

Granddaughter of James Darragh and Marian Eliza Reno, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Darragh and Deborah Hart, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hart and Martha Mattison, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah Scudder, his
wife.

John Hart, (1721-80), was known as honest John and his
home in Hunterdon county was the seat of hospitality, char-
ity and piety. He was a member of the Continental Con-
gress, 1774-75, and, 1776, was elected to fill a vacancy of a
member who refused to sign the Declaration. His name is
among the patriots on that valuable document. He was
chairman of the Committee of Safety and suffered many pri-
vations when the State was overrun by the enemy. He was
born at Hopewell, where he died.

Also Nos. 193, 2383, 3233, 4914, 5174. 10966, 1 1 161. 14748.

Miss Gertrude Darragh Linton. 150^^

Born in Minnesota.
Descendant of Hon. John Hart, of New Jersey.



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Daughter of Alonzo Herbert Linton and Gertrude Darragh. his
wife.
See No. 15054.

Mrs. Louisa Griswold McKnight Porteous. i^o^6

Born in New York.

Wife of James S. Porteous.

Descendant of Rev. Charles McKnight and of Dr. Charles
McKnight, of New Jersey.

Daughter of Charles S. McKnight and Louisa Champlin, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Morin Scott McKnight, M. D., and Maria
Edgar, his wife.

Gr. -granddaughter of Charles McKnight, M. D., and Mary Scott,
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Charles McKnight and Elizabeth
Stevens, his wife.

Charles McKnight, (1750-91), a graduate of Princeton,
served as senior surgeon, 1777, of the Flying Hospital, Mid-
dle Department. In 1780 he acted as surgeon general of the
cantonments on the Hudson. He was a member of the So-
ciety of the Cincinnati of New York, where he was professor
of anatomy of Columbia College. He was born at Cran-
bury, N. J., and died in the city of New York.

Charles McKnight was a patriot clergyman. The Tories
burned his church at Middletown Point and put him in prison,
where he died, 1778.

Also No. 12132.

Mrs. Jerusha Lord Welles. K057

Born in Connecticut.
Wife of Henry Titus Welles.
Descendant of Daniel Lord, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Joseph Lord and Chloe Moulton, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Lord and Jane Knight nee Hyde, his wife.
Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Lord and Lydia Chapman, his wife.
Daniel Lord, (1753-1835), turned out at the Lexington
Alarm. He died at Bolton.

Miss Frances Simpson Welles. K058

Born in Minnesota.
Descendant of Daniel Lord, of Connecticut.



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Daughter of Henry Titus Welles and Jerusha Lord, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Lord and Chloe Moulton, his wife.
See No. 15057.

Mrs. Anna Pratt Dunlap. i^o^9

Born in Ohio.
Wife of Thomas Dunlap.

Descendant of Levi Metcalf, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Charles Pratt and Catherine Sherring, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alpheus Pratt and Louisa Ames, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Pratt and Olive Metcalf, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Levi Metcalf and Lois Bigelow, his wife.
Levi Metcalf, (1746-1832), enlisted as a private.

Miss Annie Isabella Carpenter. 1^060

Born in Minnesota.

Descendant of Capt. Edward Blanchard and of Lieut.
Moses Eastman, of New^ Hampshire ; James Carpenter, of
Connecticut.

Daughter of Cephas Warner Carpenter (b. 1832) and Cynthia
Elizabeth West (b. 1834), his wife.

Granddaughter of James West (b. 1793) and Isabella Smith Blanch-
ard (b. 1795), his wife; Ira Carpenter (b. 1798) and Esther Ann Luce,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John West (b. 1760) and Susanna Eastman
(b. 1759), his wife; Cephas Carpenter (b. 1770) and Anna Benton,
his wife; Ebenezer Blanchard (b. 1768) and Sarah Smith (1774-94),
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Eastman and Elizabeth Kimball,
his wife; James Carpenter and Irene Ladd (1744-1817), his wife (m.
1761); Edward Blanchard and Isabella Wasson. his wife.

Moses Eastman, (1723-1812), was at Bunker Hill under Col.
John Stark. He served as sergeant and lieutenant during-
the Revolution. He was born and died at Concord.

Also No. 5792.

James Carpenter, (1741-1813), turned out from Coventry
for the relief of Boston under Maj. Thomas Brown. He
served two years in the Vermont Legislature. He was born
at Coventry, Connecticut, and died at Sharon, Vermont.

Also Nos. 2682, 3807, 8285.

Edward Blanchard was commissioned captain of the
Fourth company of militia by the Colony of New Hampshire,
1775. He served in Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment, 1776.



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Mrs. Elizabeth Wright Nicols. 1^061

Born in Minnesota.

Wife of Henry Nicols.

Descendant of Dr. James Bliss, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Isaac Phillips Wright and Adeline Bliss, his wife.

Granddaughter of Leonard Bliss and Lydia Wheaton Talbot, his
wife.

Gr. -granddaughter of James Bliss and Hannah Guild, his wife.

James Bliss, (1757-1834), served as surgeon's mate in CoL
Thomas Carpenter's regiment and was at White Plains. He
was born and died at Rehobeth.

Miss Annie Kellar Wilson. 11^062

Born in Washington State.

Descendant of Maj. Stephen Smith, of Maine.



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