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LEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY



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in 2010 with funding from

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LINEAGE BOOK



National Society



OF THB



Daughters of the American Revolution.




VOLUME XXX.

29001—30000

1899



Gertrude B. Darwin,

His tori art Gejieral.



Compiled by
Sarah Hall Johnston".



WASHINGTON, D. C.
I91O.



Allen County Pub'' ..::.,ary

900 Webster Sireet

PC Box 2270

Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270



Hamisburg, Pa.:
telegraph printing company

I9IO.




1. Mrs. David Newman, N. No. 13519, Vice-President Genera]. Nebraska.
3. Mrs. Amzi Lorenzo Barhek, N. No. 8986, Vice-President General, District

of Columbia.
3. Miss Annie Early Wheeler, N. No. VS'US, Vice-President General.

Alabama.



241 048



PREFACE.



PREFACE.

Several preceding volumes of this series have lacked the records
of a number of members and this volume is no exception. Up to
the date of going to press, no answers have been received to letters
sent months ago, asking for information which might have com-
pleted some of these records. In such cases it has seemed better to
print nothing than to print something with the risk that it might
prove to be erroneous. To do this would destroy the value of the
book, which must be authentic if it is to serve the purpose for which
it was designed. By the time that a second edition is printed it
may be possible to insert what is necessarily omitted now.

This is the twenty-ninth volume prepared by the present compiler.
As it also completes the thirtieth thousand of the society's member-
ship, it has seemed fitting to mark the occasion by adding to the
title-page the name of one whose patient care has made all these
volumes what they are.

Gertrude B. Darwin,



ILLUSTRATIONS.



OFFICERS.



LLUSTRATIONS.



Frontispiece.

1. Mrs. David Newman, N. No. 135 19,

Vice-President General, Nebraska,

2. T^Irs. Amzi Lorenzo Barber, N. No. 8986,

Vice-President General, District of Columbia.

3. Miss Annie Early Wheeler, N. No. 13243,

Vice-President General, Alabama,



OFFICERS.



THE NATIONAL SOOETY

OF THE

Daughters of the American Revolution.

Organized at Washington City October 11, 1890.



National Board of Management.
1899.



Preti4e«t Btvtrii.
I Mrs. Daniel Manning.

U«c-?rt$l<lent (Bokmi in Chitat of Ordiiiutiea et Chapttrt.

Mrs. Elkanor Washington Howard.

Uke-Prctidnts fincraL
For Two Years.

Mrs. Ellen M. Colton. Mrs. George F. Fuller,

Mrs. William Lindsay, Mrs. N. D. Sperry,

Mrs. George M. Sternberg, Mrs. Estes G. Rathbone,

Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, Mrs. David Newman,

Miss Mary Isabella Forsyth, Mrs. Clement A. Griscom.

For One Year.
Miss Annie Wheeler, Miss Mary Boyce Temple,

Mrs. William P. Frye, Mrs. Chas. Averette Stakely,

Mrs. Julius C. Burrows, Mrs. A. L. Barber,

Mrs. Francis S. Nash, LIrs. Green Clay Goodloe,

Mrs. Person C. Cheney, I\1rs. Washington A. Roebling.

ClMplaiB 6eiicraL

Mrs. Betty McGuire Smoot.

Hecor4hifl Secrrtarv 6rtt«l.

Mrs. Albert Akers.

Corrtsponding Secrmrv Gntral.

Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry.

Fesirtrar General.

Miss Susan Riviere Hetzel.

treasurer General.

AIrs. Charles Carlyle Darwin.
litttoriaii fieseral.
' Mrs. Mary Jane Seymour.

TlMiftant Tiis1»rkn Geven).

Mrs. Robert Stockwell Hatcher.

Cibrariaa General.

] Miss Julia Ten Eyck McBl.mr.



state Rcgntts.



Alabama, Mrs.

Alaska,

Arizona,

Arkansas, ^^

California,

Colorado,

Connecticut,

Delaware, ^'

District Columbia, ''

Florida, ^]

Georgia,

Idaho,

Illinois,

Indiana, '^

Indian Territory, "

Iowa, ]

Kansas,

Kentucky, Miss

Louisiana, Mrs.

Maine, []

Maryland,

Massachusetts, Miss

Michigan, Mrs.

Minnesota,

Mississippi,

Missouri,

jNIontana,

Nebraska,

New Hampshire,

New Jersey, Miss

New Mexico, Mrs.

New York,

North Carolina,

North Dakota,

Ohio,

Oklahoma,

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island,

South Carolina,

South Dakota,

Tennessee,

Texas,

Utah,

Vermont,

Virginia,

Washington

Wisconsin,

Wyoming,



J. Morgan Smith.



Helen M. Norton.
John F. Swift.
W. F. Slocum.
Sara T. Kinney.
Elizabeth C. Churchman.
Charles H. Alden.
John G. Christopher-
Robert E. Park.

William A. Talcott.
E. A. Atkins.
Walter A. Duncan.
Charles E. Armstrong.
Katharine E. Lewis.
LucRETiA Clay.
Benjamin F. Story.
Helen Frye White.
J. Pembroke Thom.
Sara W. Daggett.
Wm. Fitz-Hugh Edwards.
Ell Torrance.
Wm. H. Sims.
George H. Shields.
David G. Browne.
George C. Towle.
Josiah Carpenter.
E. Ellen Batcheller.
L. Bradford Prince.
James Mead Belden.
Edward Dilworth Latta.
c. a. lounsberry.
Moses M. Granger.
Cassius M. Barnes.
I. W. Card.
Thomas Roberts.
George M. Thornton,
Clark Waring.
Andrew J. Kellar.
James S. Pilcher.
Sydney T. Fontaine.
Clarence E. Allen.
Jesse Burdette.
Hugh Nelson Page.
Chauncey W. Griggs. •
James Sidney Peck.
Francis E. Warren.



Roflorarv Officers,

Roitranr Prt«<(ktt GtxraL

Mrs. John W. Foster.
Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson.

noBorarv Ukt-Preskktts Gt**ra\.



Elected for life.

Mrs. Margaret Hetzei<, 1892.

Mrs. Leland Stanford, 1893.

Mrs. Roger A, Pryor, 1893.

Mrs. John R. Putnam, 1893.

Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894.

Mrs. Ellen Hardin Wal-
worth, 1894,

Mrs. M. C. Butler, 1894.

Miss Eugenia Washington,
1895.



Dateof electioa.

Mrs. Joshua Wilbour, 1895.
Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895.
Mrs. R. Ogden Doremus, 1895.
-Mrs. Lucy Preston Beale,

1895-
Miss Mary Desha, 1895.
Miss Clara Barton, 1896.
Mrs. a. C. Geer, 1896.
Mrs. Samuel Eliot, 1896.
Mrs. Mary V. E. Cabell, 1898.



MEMBERS

OF THE

NATIONAL SOCIETY.




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY

OF THE

Daughters of the American Revolution



MISS SARAH J. WYMAN. 29001

Born in Westminster, Massachusetts.

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Brown, Capt. Samuel Hazen
and Lieut. James Parker, all of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Benjamin Wyman and Lovey Hazen, his wife.

Granddaughter of David Wyman and Huldah Brown, his wife;
Samuel Hazen and Lovey Parker, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Brown and Huldah Hawkes, his
wife; Samuel Hazen and Elizabeth Little, his wife; James Parker
and Sarah Dickenson, his wife.

Jonathan Brown, ( 1740- 1 821), served as sergeant at the Lex-
ington and Bennington Alarms. He was born in Reading;
died in Westminster.

Samuel Hazen. (1740-1815), served as a minute man at the
Lexington Alarm, and 1776. commanded the Seventh Com-
pany, Middlesex County militia. He was born in Groton; died
in Shirley.

James Parker, (1744-1830). was a minute man at the Lex-
ington Alarni. He was commissioned lieutenant, 1776, under
Capt. Samuel Hazen. He was bom in Groton; died in
Shirley.

Also Nos. 14737, 19290, 21603.

MRS. ]VL\RY BOUTELLE PIPER VOSE. 29002

Born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
Wife of William M. Vose.

NOTK.— rh<^ number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the Mem-
ber of the Society-



\



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.



Descendant of Ebenezer Boutwell and of Lieut. John Hill, of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of Henry Piper and Rebecca Boutelle, his wife.

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Seaver Boutelle (1800-68) and Dorcas
Farwell (1804-90), his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Boutelle (b. 1767) and Mary Hill,
his wife, m. 1793.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Boutwell and Anne Seaver, his
wife; John Hill and Mary Rouel, his wife.

Ebenezer Boutwell, (1735-1828), marched from Framing-
ham at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Jesse Eames's company.
He was born in Framingham, Alass. ; died in Cortland Co.,
N. Y.

Also No. 7679.

John Hill, (1742-93), served as lieutenant in Capt. Sylvanus
Smith's company, Col. Timothy Bigelow's regiment, 1777.
He w^as born in Lunenburg; died in Weston.

Also No. 1 1827,

MISS ANNIE SPRAGUE WESTON. 29003

Bom in Milford, Massachusetts.

Descendant of Col. Gamaliel Bradford, of Massachusetts.

Daughter cf Allyn Weston and' Mary Pickard Paine, his wife.

Granddaughter of Gershom Bradford Weston and Judith Sprague,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Weston and Jerusha Bradford, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gamaliel Bradford and Sarah Alden, his
wife.

Gamaliel Bradford, (1731-1807), was colonel of the Four-
teenth Massachusetts Continental regiment, 1777; retired 1781.
He was born in Duxbury, Mass. ; died there.

Also Nos. 967, 22043.

MRS. MABEL CAMPBELL WOODWORTH. 29004

Born in Rochester, Vermont.

Wife of Ralph Woodworth.

Descendant of George Martin and of Leonard Taylor.

Daughter of James Martin Campbell and Clementine Adelaid'j Tay-
lor Cassidy, his wife.

Granddaughter of Horace Campbell and Sally Martiu, 'nis wife;
Patrick Cassidy and Laura Taylor (b. 1802), his wife. |

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Thomas Brown Martin (b. 1767) and



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Nancy Wood Martin, his wife; Leonard Taylor and Eunice Parker,
his wife, m. 1779.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Martin and Dorothy Brown, his
wife.

George Martin, (1742-1827), was placed on the pension roll
of Vermont, 1818. for three years actual service as private
with the Connecticut troops. He was born in Windham,
Conn. ; died in Rochester, Vt.

Also Nos. 16832, 28418.

Leonard Taylor, (1759-1837), was placed on the pension
roll of Windsor Co., Vt., for thirteen months actual service as
private in the Massachusetts Line. He served under Capt.
Joseph Moore and Capt. Job Shattuck. 1775-76. He was born
at Groton, Mass.; died in Windsor, \'t.

MRS. FLORENCE EMERY BRYANT. 29005

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts.

Descendant of William Chipman, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of James Emery and Emma Walker Brown, his wife.

Granddaughter of J^mes Brown and Betsey Mayo Chipman, his wife.

Gr. -granddaughter of David Chipman and Bathsheba Atwood, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Chipman and Betty Mayo, his
wife.

William Chipman, (1731-95), served as matross in the
Massachusetts militia. He was born in Welltleet, Massachu-
setts ; died there.

Also No. 25723.

MRS. E^BLA WALKER BROWN EMERY. 29006

Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
Wife of James Emery.
Descendant of William Chipnian.

Daughter of James Brown and Betsey Mayo Chipman, his wife.
See No. 29005.

MRS. LOZINA GOLDSMITH WALDO. 2gooy

Born in Andover, Massachusetts, 1S13: died 1901.
Wife of Jonathan Waldo.

Descendant of Jeremiah Goldsmith, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Jeremiah Goldsmith and Sarah Converse, his wife.



PAUGHTKRS OF THE AMEKICAX REVOLUTION.



Jeremiah Goldsmith,. (17601842), was a private in Capt.
John Abbot's company, 1777. He was born in Andover, Mass. ;
died there.

Also No. 18525.

MRS. AXXA JOSEPHINE CLEMENT BERRY. 29008

Born in Andover, Massachusetts.

Wife of Jacob Warren Berry.

Descendant of Sergt. Caleb Abbott, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Moses Clement and Caroline Abbott, his wife.

Granddaughter of Gardner Abbott and Rachel Hart, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Abbott and Lucy Lovejoy, his wife, ra.
1779.

Caleb Abbott, (i 751-1837), was placed on the pension roll,
1832, for two years' actual service as private and sergeant in
the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Andover; died
there.

MRS. ALICE HOWE RAYMOND. 29009

Born in South Wej-mouth, Massachusetts.
Wife of Almon B. Raymond.
Descendant of Simeon Howe, of Vermont.
Daughter of Avery S. Howe and Clarissa P. Totman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac S. Howe and Rebecca Ball, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Howe and Hannah Foster, his wife.
Simeon Howe, (i 755-1819), served short enlistments, 1777,
in Capt. Timothy Bush's company and turned out at alarms,
1780-81.

MRS. ETHEL MILLER BURTON BURNHAM. 29010

Born in Boston, Massachusetts.

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Eleazer Jenckes, Lieut. Jonathan
Burton and Lieut. Daniel Kinnicutt.

Daughter of George Smith Burton and Frances Virginia Miller, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Hazen James Burton and Harriet Lincoln Smith,
his wife; Henry Franklin Miller and Francis Virginia Child, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Burton, Jr. and Lucy Hazen, his wife ;
Edward Franklin Miller and Louisa Hitchcock, his wife ; Capt. George
Child and Sarah M. Beverley, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Burton and Huldah Nichols, his



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wife; Luke Hitchcock and Charlotte Jenckes, his wife; Haile Child
and Amey Kinnicutt, his wife.

Gr,-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Jenckes and Silence Shaw, his
wife; Daniel Kinnicutt and Hannah Kent, his wife.

Eleazer Jenckes, (1747- 1822), served as captain, major and
lieutenant colonel of Rhode Island militia. He was born in
Providence ; died in Pawtucket, R. I.

Also No. 10051.

Daniel Kinnicutt served as ensign and lieutenant in the Bar-
rington company. He had command of a detachment of
infantry under Sullivan at the battle of Rhode Island. He was
born in Warren, R. I., 1735.

Jonathan Burton, (1741-1811), was orderly sergeant at
Winter Hill and lieutenant in the Canadian expedition, 1776.
He was bom in ]\Iiddleton, Mass. ; died in Wilton, N. H.

Also Nos. 19290, 21603.

HISS ELIZABETH W. PERKINS. 2901 1

Born in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Descendant of Hon. Stephen Higginson, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Stephen Higginson Perkins and Elizabeth Sumner
Waters, his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel G. Perkins and Barbara Cooper Higginson,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Higginson and Susan Clevelarvd (1733-
88), his wife.

Stephen Higginson, (1743- 1828). was a delegate to the
Continental Congress, 1782. He was born in Salem. Mass.;
died in Boston.

I^IRS. BELLE WHITTIER CHURCHILL. 29012

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Wife of George Bosworth Churchill.
Descendant of Simon Gates, of ]Mas?achu?etts.
Daughter of Melvin Osgood Whittier and Ellen S. Coes, his wife.
Granddaughter of Loring Coes and Harriet X. Read, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Coes and Roxalana Gates, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Gates and Sarah Edgerton, his wife.
Simon Gates. (1756-1840), was at the battle of Bunker Hill.
He volunteered, 1777, arrived at Bennington too late for the



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION'.



battle. He was allowed a pension for ten months' service as
private in the Massachusetts Line. He was born in Worcester,
Mass.; died in the same room in which he was born.

MRS. JOSEPHINE LYOX HAZELTON HILL. 29013

Born in Boston, Massachusetts.

Wife of George H. Hill.

Descendant of John Emerson, of Xew Hampshire.

Daughter of Edmund F. Hazleton and Sarah Lyon Garfield, his wife

Granddaughter of Josiah Hazelton and Sarah Emerson, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Emerson and Elizabeth French, his wife.

John Emerson, (1757-1844), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Joseph
Dearborn's company. Col. Moses Nichols' regiment. He was
born in Chester. N. H. ; died there.

Also No. 24090.

lAIRS. HARRIET LOUISE SEYMOUR SOULE. 29014

Born in Hingham, Massachusetts.

Wife of Allen Pelatiah Soule.

Descendant cif Lieut. Zacnariah Whiting (Whiton), of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of Charles Winfield Scott Seymour and Martha Abby
Chamberlain, his wife.

Granddaugliter of Charles Whiting Seymour and Mehitable Curtis
Burr, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Seymour and Polly Whiting (b. 1784),
his wife, m. 1806.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Whiting (Whiton) and Kezia
Wilder (1747-1834), his wife, m. 1770.

Zachariah Whiting (Whiton), (1747-1814), was a minute
man at the Lexington Alarm. He served as sergeant, 1776,
and 1778, as lieutenant in Capt. Elias Whiton's company of
Guards doing dut}- at Boston. He was born in Hingham ; died
there.

MRS. ELLEN AGUSTA POPE GOWELL. 29015

Born in Boston, Massachusetts.
Wife of Asa L. Gowell.

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Frederick Pope, of I>ilassachusetts.
Daughter of Frederick Pope and Mcrriam B. Bridges, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elijah Pope and Susanna Capen. his wife.
Gr.-granddaughtcr of Frederick Pope and Mary Cole, his wife.



LINEAGI; BOOK.



Frederick Pope, (i 733-181 2), entered the army as captain,
1775; was commissioned major, 1777, and served as lieutenant
colonel, 1778-79, in Rhode Island. He was born in Stoughton,
Mass. ; died there.

Also Nos. 5618, 9063, 26858, 27262.

MRS. MARIA D. PEARSON SPARROW. 29016

Born in Deering, New Hampshire.
Wife of Edmund S. Sparrow.

Descendant of Sergt. Enoch Cook, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Alexander C. Pearson and Eliza Cook, his wife.
Granddaughter of Emoch Cook and Eliza Coles, his wife.
Enoch Cook served from Groton as sergeant under Capt.
John Sav/telle at the Lexington Alarm. He died, 1827.

MISS ETHEL HOFFMAN SPARROW. 29017

Born in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Sergt. Enoch Cook.

Daughter of Edmund S. Sparrow and Maria D. Pearson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alexander C. Pearson and Eliza Cook, his wife.
See No. 29016.

:\IRS. ^lARY ELLA MARCY SNOW. 29018

Born in Hillsborough Bridge, New Hampshire.

Wife of Henry Edgar Snow.

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Fairbank, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Charles Cummings Marcy and Mary Elizabeth Bean,
his wife, m. 1849.

Granddaughter of John Bean and Achsah Fairbank (b. 1794), his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Fairbank (b. 1766) and Lucy Xurse,
his wife, m. 1785.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Fairbank (1745-77) and Keziah, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Fairbank and Mary Williard, his
first wife, m. 1742.

Joseph Fairbank, (1722-1802), served as captain at the Lex-
ington Alarm. He was chosen, 1776, a member- of the Com-
mittee of Correspondence of Harvard where he was born and
where he died.

Also Nos. 15884, 19200.



8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. MARINDA BLAKE PARKER. 29019

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Widow of John Loring Parker.

Descendant of Robert Wilson and of Ezekiel Blake.

Daughter of Lemuel Ward Blake (1791-1864) and Susan Shackford
Knowles, his wife.

Granddaughter of Ezekiel Blake, Jr. and Deborah Ward, his wife;
Nathan Knowles, Jr. and Sarah Wilson (1777-1806), his wife, m. 1795.

Gr. -granddaughter of Ezekiel Blake and Rachel Bent, his wife;
Robert Wilson and Jane Aiken (1735-1821), his wife, m. 1759.

Robert Wilson was a member of the Committee of Safety
and of the Assembly, 1776-80, from Chester, New Hampshire,
where in 1791 he died.

Also Nos. 25281, 26444.

Ezekiel Blake, (1735-75). was a minute man at the Lexing-
ton Alarm. He was born in Milton, Mass. ; died there.

MRS. SARAH BAILEY CARROW. 29020

Born in Windham, New Hampshire.

Wife of Peter Carrow.

Descendant of Richard Kelley, Sr., and of Richard Kelley,
Jr., of New Hampshire

Daughter of James W. Bailey and Adaline Dow, his wife.

Granddaugther of Richard Dow and Phebe Kelley, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Kelley, Jr. and Sybil Fletcher, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Kelley, Sr. (b. 1727) and Esther
Palmer, his wife.

Richard Kelley, Jr., (1754-1816), enlisted 1776, in the New
Hampshire militia for service in Canada and his father was
enrolled in the same company. He was born in Methuen,
Mass. ; died in Salem, N. H.

MRS. LUCY STEVENS DAVIS. 29021

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of Abbott Bricket Davis.

Descendant of Silas Bullard, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of John Adams Stevens and Lucy Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Bullard and Lucy Felt Cragin, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Bullard and Avis Keyes, his wife.



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Silas Bullard, (1752-1835), served as a private in the New
Hampshire mihtia. He was born in New Ipswich; died in
Mason, N. H.

MRS. LILLIAN RICHMOND GILCREAST. 29022

Born in Freetown, I^Iassachusetts.

Wife of Walter L. S. Gilcreast.

Descendant of Samuel Richmond, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Col. Silas P. Richmond and Elizabeth J. Haskins, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Isaac Richmond and Lucinda Peirce, his wife.

Gr.-grandaughter of Samuel Richmond and Mary Booth, his wife.

Samuel Richmond, (1752-1836), served as a private in Capt.
Benjamin Read's company, Col. John Hatha way's regiment,
1780, for service in Rhode Island. He was born in Taunton;
died in Freetown, Mass.

MRS. CYNTHIA LO\\'ELL HOWE. 29023

Born in Salem, New Hampshire.

Wife of Alonzo Howe.

Descendant of David Stevens, of New Hanipshire.

Daughter of Robert Lowell and Hannah Emerson, his wife.

Granddaughter of James Emerson and Rachel Stevens, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of David Stevens and Phebe West, his wife.

David Stevens was a volunteer in Capt. James x-\iken's com-
pany. Col. Moses Kelley's regiment for the defense of Rhode
Island, 177S. He died in New Boston, N. H.

MISS CA^IELIA A. HO^^"E. 29024

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.

Descendant of David Stevens.

Daughter of Alonzo Howe and Cynthia Lowell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Lowell and Hannah Emerson, his wife.
See No. 29023.

MRS. "MARIA STEVENS KIMBALL. 29025

Born in Methuen. Massachusetts.
Wife of Daniel Merrill Kimball.
Descendant of Silas P.ullard.

Daughter of John Adams Stevens and Lucy Bullard. his wife.
See No. 29021.



lO DAUGIiTHRS 01- Tiit: AMERICAN RKVOLUTIOX.



MRS. ISABEL CLARKE MERRILL. 29026

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of George R. Merrill.

Descendant of Jacob Tyler, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Elbridge A. Clarke and Isabelle Jones, his wife.
Granddaughter of E. Merrill Clarke and Ruth Tyler Pettingill, his

wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Pettingill and Ruth Tyler, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Tyler and Ruth Marsh, his wife.

Jacob Tyler, (i 752-1810), enlisted as a private, 1775, and
served in the defense of Boston. He was born in Andover;
died in ISIethuen.

MRS. LALT^ANA RUSSELL. 29027

Born in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts.
Wife of Frank Russell.

Descendant of Moses Coburn. of :\rassachiisetts and Maine.
Daughter of James Marshall and Dorcas Coburn, his wife.
Granddaughter of Moses Coburn and Esther Spaulding, his wife.
Moses Coburn, (1759-1848), enlisted, 1781, in Capt. Benja-
min Pike's company of ^^liddlesex County :Massachusetts
militia. He was born in Dracut, Mass. ; died in Newry, Maine.

MRS. FANNIE WENTWORTH REMICK. 29028

Born in Kittery, Maine.

Wife of Frank Remick.

Descendant of Capt. John Wentworth, of ]\Iaine.

Daughter of Augustus Hamilton Adams and Hannah Jones, his wife.

Granddaughte rof Daniel Jones and Sarah Ann Wentworth, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Pepperell Wentworth (b. 1761) and
* Sarah Ann Weeks, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wentworth and Hannah Fernald,
his first wife, m. 1758.

John Wentworth, (1736-81). commanded a company, 1776,
at Fort Edward; served in the Coast Guards and. 177S,
guarded the prisoners taken with Burgoyne. He was born in
Kittery ; died in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Also No. 25679.

MRS. HELEN M. SPOONER SPRING. 29029

Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Wife of Russell Spring.



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Descendant of Stephen Billings, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Daniel Mason Spooner and Helen Frances Parker, his
wife.

Granddaughter of James O. Parker and Frances C. Billings, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of William Billings and Lucinda Eldredge, his
wife.

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Billings and Polly Chaplin, his
wife.

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Billings and Elizabeth Kenny,
his wife.

Stephen Billings. (1725-1805), was a minute man at the
Lexington Alarm and assisted in fortifying Dorchester
Heights. He was bom in Norfolk County ; died there.

Also No. 26871.

MRS. ELIZABETH JONES SNELL. 29030

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Wife of Cyrus Coral Snell.

Descendant of Silas Bullard, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Jewett Jones, Jr. and Elvira Bullard, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Bullard and Lucy (Felt) Cragin, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Bullard (1752-1835) and Avis Keyes,
his wife.

See No. 29021.

MISS HARRIET JOSEPHINE STEVENS. 29031

Born in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Silas Bullard.

Daughter of John Adams Stevens and Lucy Bullard, his wife.
See No. 29021.

MRS. MARION POWERS PHILBRICK HALL. 29032

Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Wife of Hudson Lavellah Hall.

Descendant of Capt. Timothy Eaton and of Isaiah Eaton, of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of Thomas Gordon Philbrick and Sophia C. Eaton, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Ira Eaton and Sarah P. Ward, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaiah Eaton and Pri;ci!la West, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Eaton and Abigail Masscy, his
wife.



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Timothy Eaton. (1731-1801), was a member of the Com-
mittee of Correspondence and commanded a company at the



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