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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Talbot and Abigail Wheeler, his
wife (m. 1744).

Ebenezer Paul (1738-1803), turned out from Dedham at
the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Aaron Fuller's company and
aided in building the fortifications of Dorchester Heights.
He served, 1778, under Capt. Abel Richards.

Peter Talbot (1717-93), marched with his company from



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Stoughton in Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment at the Lex-
ington Alarm. He was born at Dorchester.

Also No. 9063.

Nathan Crane (1748-1837), enlisted in Capt. James Endi-
cott's company at the Lexington Alarm. He served as cor-
poral in fortifying Dorchester Heights and was with the
company at Moon Island, when the British fleet was driven
out of Boston Harbor.

Mrs, Frances A. Knowlton Watson. 12694

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Sergt. Nehemiah Knowlton, of Massachu-
setts.

Daughter of Asa Knowlton, Jr., and Annie E. Trask, his wife.

Granddaughter of Asa Knowlton and Annis Davis Tan, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Knowlton and Martha Tilton, his
wife.

Nehemiah Knowlton (1745-1843), was corporal in Capt.
Robert Dodge's company. Col. Jonathan Titcomb's regiment,
for service in Rhode Island, 1777. He enlisted from Ipswich,
1778, and was sergeant in the regiment of Guards serving at
Cambridge under Col. Jacob Gerrish.

Mrs. Annie E. Trask Knowlton. 12691J

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Asa Knowlton, Jr.

Descendant of Ebenezer Trask, Jr., of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Israel Trask, Jr., and Elizabeth Hill Day, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Trask and Elizabeth Trow, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Trask, Jr., and Betty Dodge, his
wife.

Ebenezer Trask, Jr., (1741-1814), turned out from Beverly
at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Peter Shaw's company.

Mrs, Mary Lakeman Clark. 12696

Born in Maine.

Wife of Albert Clark.

Descendant of Lieut. James Lord and of Levi Shepard, of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of Daniel Dodge Lakeman and Eliza E. Shepard, his
wife.



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Granddaughter of Thomas Lakeman and Elizabeth Lord, his wife;
Levi Shepard and Elisabeth Moore, his wife (m. 1789).

Gr.-granddaughter of James Lord and Elizabeth Brown, his wife.

James Lord (1737-1830), who had served in the early wars,
enlisted from Ipswich in Capt. Abraham Dodge's company,
Col. Moses Little's regiment, and was at Bunker Hill. He
was wounded in the thigh at the battle of Long Island and
was lame during life. He died at Litchfield, Maine.

Also No. 2875.

Levi Shepard (1760-1849), enlisted at the age of seventeen
from Salisbury in Capt. Isaac Hartwell's company, Col. Ga-
maliel Bradford's regiment, for service in the Northern De-
partment. He re-enlisted under the same command, 1780.
He was a pensioner when he died, at Pittston, Maine.

Mrs. Martha A. Brooks. 12697

Born in Maine.

Wife of Reuben Brooks.

Descendant of Francis Blood, Capt. John Nutting and
Lieut. James Lord, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Daniel Dodge Lakeman and Mary Blood, his wife.

Granddaughter of Col. Francis Blood and Martha Nutting, his
wife; Thomas Lakeman and Elisabeth Lord, his wife.

See No. 12696.

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Blood and Abigail Conroy, his wife;
John Nutting and Sarah Fiske, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Nutting and Martha Blood, his
wife.

Francis Blood turned out from Hollis at the Lexington
Alarm in Capt. Reuben Dow's company. Col. William Pres-
cott's regiment. He served at Bunker Hill, where he was
wounded. He was born 1749.

John Nutting (1731-1816), commanded a company from
Pepperill in Col. William Prescott's regiment and his com-
pany defended the ferry at the battle of Bunker Hill.

Miss Annie. M. Lakeman. 12698

Born in Maine.
Descendant of Francis Blood, Capt. John Nutting and
Lieut. James Lord.
Daughter of Daniel Dodge Lakeman and Mary Blood, his wife.
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Miss Fanny C. Bowen. 12699

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Nathan Bowen, Corp. Asahel Crosman, Wil-
liam Read, William Valentine and Richard Borden, of Rhode
Island.

Daughter of Joseph A. Bowen and Fanny Maria Corey, his wife.

Granddaughter of Jonathan Corey and Clarissa Bennett, his wife;
Abraham Bowen and Sarah Read, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bennett and Tryphena Crosman,
his wife; Joseph Evans Read and Sybil Valentine, his wife; Abra-
ham Bowen and Ruth Graves, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asahel Crosman and Olive Bliss, his
wife; William Valentine and Sybil Winslow, his wife; William Read
and Ruth Evans, his wife; Nathan Bowen and Hannah Cook, his
wife; James Graves and Hope Borden, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Borden and Hope Cook, his
wife.

Asahel Crosman (1756-1837), turned out at the Lexington
Alarm from Taunton, Mass., in Capt. James Williams' com-
pany. He was at the siege of Boston, and served under dif-
ferent commands during the war. He died at Foster, R. I.

Also No. 10547.

Richard Borden (1722-95), suffered for his loyalty when the
British overran Rhode Island, 1778. He was captured and
his house and buildings were destroyed.

Nathan Bowen (1740-1825), served in Capt. Henry Bright-
man's company of militia, 1780. He was a Selectman of
Freetown, and aided in raising the quota of soldiers.

William Valentine (1741-1801), was a member of the Com-
mittee of Safety of Freetown, where he was born and died.

William Read served on the Committee of Correspondence
of Freetown, 1777-81.

Miss Julia Anna Jacobs. 12700

Bom in Vermont.
Descendant of Corp. Moses Sargent, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Fernando Carter Jacobs and Julia Ann Cooper, his
wife.
Granddaughter of Justin Jacobs and Polly Sargent, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Sargent and Sarah Cram, his wife.
Moses Sargent (1757-1839), turned out from Amesbury at



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the Lexington Alarm. He was corporal in Capt. Aaron
Quimby's company, 1778, and 1780 enlisted under Capt.
Jonas Kidder and Col. Moses Nichols for the defense of
West Point. He died at Warren, Vt.

Mrs. Emily Canedy Morton. 12701

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Judge James Madison Morton.

Descendant of William Valentine and of William Read, of
Massachusetts.

Daughter of John Luther Canedy and Elizabeth Read, his wife.

Granddaughter of William Read, Jr., and Prudence Valentine, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of William Valentine and Sybil Winslow, his
wife; William Read and Ruth Evans, his wife.

See No. 12699.

Mrs. Mabel Fuller Blodgett. 12702

Born in Maine.

Wife of Edward Everett Blodgett.

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Hinman, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Ransom Burritt Fuller and Louisa White, his wife.

Granddaughter of Dr. Jared Fuller and Henrietta Hinman, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of George Hinman and Flora Burritt, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Hinman and Ruth Hinman, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hinman and Molly Stiles,
his wife.

Benjamin Hinman (1720-1810), had served twenty years in
the French and Indian wars when the Revolution began.
He was appointed colonel of the Fourth regiment and his
troops garrisoned Forts Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and
1776 served in the New York campaign. Failing health
compelled him to retire from field duty, but he represented
Woodbury in the Legislature twenty sessions.

Also No. 1968.

Miss H. Josephine Eddy. 12703

Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Ephriam Larkin, of Massachusetts.



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Daughter of John Eddy and Huldah Larkin, his wife.

Granddaughter of Ephraim Larkin and Miriam Larkin, his wife.

Ephriam Larkin served as a private in Capt. David Moore's
company, Jacob's regiment. He was born at Northbridge,
1763, and applied for a pension, 1832, from Rome, N. Y.

Mrs, Mary Hooper Bassett Waring. 12704

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of George Henry Waring.

Descendant of Thomas Bassett, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Charles Anselm Bassett and Mary Louisa Hooper,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Charles Jarvis Holmes Bassett and Emeline
Dean Leabury, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Anselm Bassett and Rosalinda Holmes, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Bassett and Lydia Mendall, his
wife.

Thomas Bassett (1759-1833), enlisted from Rochester, 1780,
in the Continental army. He also served in Col. John Grea-
ton's Third regiment.

Mrs. ROSELIND ROUNDY GLYNN. 1270^

Born in Vermont.
Wife of Horace James Glynn.
Descendant of John Roundy, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Ralph Griswold Roundy and Atlanta Gilson, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Roundy and Rosalinda Wright, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Roundy and Ruth Chickerly, his wife.
John Roundy, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Elihu Humprey's
company. Col. Jedidiah Huntington's regiment. He was
bom at Windham, 1726.

Mrs. Mary A. Remington. 12706

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Clinton V. S. Remington.

Descendant of Alexander Montgomery and of John Mont-
gomery, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Charles C. Waterman and Mary M. Montgomery,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Alexander Montgomery and Sarah Abbott, his
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Gr.-granddaughter of John Montgomery and Mary Knox, his wife.

Alexander Montgomery (1762-1840), volunteered from
Andover at the age of seventeen and served several enlist-
ments under different commands. He was in Capt. Stephen
Abbot's company in the defense of West Point when Arnold
made his escape on the Vulture.

John Montgomery, 1778, served as a soldier in the Essex
county regiment. He was a weaver, receiving forty pounds
and a diamond ring as a premium for weaving the finest
and best linen for the ruffles and cuffs of Washington and the
officers of his army. The ring is now a valued heirloom. He
was born in Ireland, 1738.

Mrs. Margaret Morton Keeney. 12707

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Nathaniel Morton, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of James Madison Morton and Emily Frances Canedy,
his wife.

Granddaughter of James Madison Morton and Sarah M. A. Toby,
his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Job Morton and Patience Purrinton, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Morton and Martha Tupper,
his wife.

Nathaniel Morton (1722-94), was a member of the Com-
mittee of Safety of Freetown and served in the General
Court. He was elected, 1780, as muster master for Bristol
county. His son Nathaniel served in the army.

Mrs Emma Jane Cutter. 12708

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Leonard Francis Cutter.

Descendant of Dr. Jonathan Arnold, of Rhode Island.

Daughter of Moses Arnold Dow and Elizabeth Taylor Houghton,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Joseph Emerson Dow and Abigail Arnold, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Arnold and Mary Burr, his first
wife.

Jonathan Arnold (1741-93), served as director of General
Hospitals, 1776, and was chosen Purveyor General of the



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Medical Department, 1780. He was a member of the Gen-
eral Assembly, 1777, and was elected a delegate to Congress
from Rhode Island, 1782. He was born at Providence and
died at St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Also No. 5592.

Miss Harriet A. Howe. 12709

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Benjamin Miles, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Thomas Howe and Harriet Augusta Clough, his wife.

Granddaughter of Thomas Howe and Sarah Miles, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Barzillia Miles and Sarah Reed, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Miles and Mary Hubbard, his
wife.

Benjamin Miles (1724-76), served in the militia and held
many town offices, at Rutland, where he died. His son, Ben-
jamin served as an officer.

Miss Mary Louisa Watson. 12710

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of John Goddard, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Ebenezer M. Watson and Eliza J. Goddard, his wife.

Granddaughter of Abijah W. Goddard and Elizabeth Til den, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Goddard and Mary Aspinwall, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goddard and Hannah Seaver, his
wife.

John Goddard (1730-1816), was delegate to the Provincial
Congress and a member of Brookline war committees. At
the siege of Boston he served as wagonmaster and com-
manded three hundred team to construct the fortifications
of Dorchester Heights.

Also Nos. 2344, 3970, 8456, 9777, 10052.

Mrs. Ellen Sturtevant Steese. 12711

Born in New Hampshire.
Wife of Edward Steese.

Descendant of Col. James Frye, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of John D. Sturtevant and Adeline Bradley, his wife.
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Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Bradley and Mary Poor, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Daniel Poor and Hannah Frye,
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Frye and Elizabeth Osgood,
his wife.

James Frye (1710-76), was colonel of Essex county militia.
At the battle of Bunker Hill, in cheering the soldiers, he
said, "This day thirty years, I was at the taking of Louis-
burg." He was wounded later in the day, after the British
had carried the redoubt and our troops were retreating, the
enemy in pursuit. He died at Andover.

Also Nos. 5264, 9627.

Miss Mary Elizabeth Bass Kendall. 127 12

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan IngersoU, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall and Mary Hooton Bass,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Jonathan Kendall and Martha IngersoU, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan IngersoU and Martha Haskell, his
wife.

Jonathan IngersoU (1747-1817), was captain of the sloop of
war "Packett," 1778, and of the "John," 1779. He was born
and died at Ipswich.

Miss Edith Kendall. 12713

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Capt. Abijah Wyman, John Preston and
Jonathan IngersoU, all of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall and Eliza Lorence Preston,
his wife.

Granddaughter of Joshua Preston and Sarah Augusta Wyman, his
wife; Jonathan Kendall and Martha IngersoU, his wife.

See No. 12712.

Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Wyman and Bettie Stearns, his wife;
John Preston and Mehitable White, his wife.

Abijah Wyman (1745-1804), turned out at the Lexington
Alarm and commanded a company under Col. WUHam Pres-
cott at the battle of Bunker HiU.

John Preston (1746-1827), marched from Danvers at the



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Lexington Alarm in Capt. Samuel Flint's company, Col. Tim-
othy Pickering's regiment.

Mrs. Kate Howe Chamberlin. 127 14

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Charles W. Chamberlin.

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Josiah Carter, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Thomas Howe and Sarah Fisher, his wife.

Granddaughter of Jacob Fisher and Oricy Hills, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hills and Sally Carter, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Carter, Jr., and Elizabeth Graves,
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Carter and Tabitha Hough,
his wife.

Josiah Carter (1726-1812), served as major of Col. Asa
Whitcomb's regiment at the Lexington Alarm. He was ap-
pointed, 1776, lieutenant colonel of Worcester militia under
Col. Abijah Stearns. He was born and died at Leominster.

Miss Louise Howe. 127 19

Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Josiah Carter.
Daughter of Thomas Howe and Sarah Fisher, his wife.
See No. 12714.

Mrs. Gertrude Steese White. 12716

Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Norman H. White.

Descendant of Col. James Frye, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Edward Steese and Ellen Bradley Sturtevant, his wife.
Granddaughter of John D. Sturtevant and Adeline Bradley, his
wife.
See No. 12711.

Mrs. Frances Sturtevant Clarke. 127 17

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Amasa Clarke.

Descendant of Col. James Frye, Deacon Daniel Poor,
Joshua Bradley, Church Sturdevant and Deacon Amos
Bradley, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of John D. Sturtevant and Adeline Bradley, his wife.
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Granddaughter of Joshua Bradley and Dorcas Jones, his wife;
Percy Sturtevant and Dorothy Kimball, his wife.

Gr.-gran'ddaughter of Joshua Bradley and Mary Poor, his wife;
Church Sturdevant and Sarah Leach, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Daniel Poor and Hannah Frye,
his wife; Amos Bradley and Elizabeth Page, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Frye and Elizabeth Osgood,
his wife.

See No. 12711.

Daniel Poor (1738-1814), entered the army as private and,
1776, was promoted lieutenant. He was noted for his benevo-
lence and his house was called "Poor's Paradise" and the
"Minister's Tavern." He was born and died at Andover.

Also No. 5264.

Joshua Bradley (1764-1780), enlisted at the age of sixteen
in Capt. Stephen Russells' company, raised to reinforce the
Continental army. He was born and died at Dracut.

Deacon Amos Bradley (1736-1813), served on the Commit-
tee of Correspondence and in the Provincial Congress.

Church Sturdevant (1730-1813), turned out from Halifax at
the Rhode Island Alarm. He died at Center Harbor, N. H.

Mrs. Josephine Drew Godfrey. 12718

Born in Maine.

Wife of William Henry Godfrey.

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Drew, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Hilary L. Drew and Jane Elizabeth Dowling, his wife.

Granddaughter of Elias Drew and Deborah Gibbs, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Drew and Jane Ellis, his wife.

Samuel Drew (1745-1823), was a minute man in Capt. Peleg
Wadsworth's company at the Lexington Alarm. He served
several enlistments under different commands and was hon-
orably discharged as corporal at the close of the war. He
was born and died at Plymouth.

Mrs. Gertrude Edna Freeman Curtis. 127 19

Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Levi Holbrook Curtis.

Descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Freeman, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Otis Freeman and Mary Freeman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Frederick Freeman and Elizabeth
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Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Freeman and Elizabeth Gifford,
his second wife.

Nathaniel Freeman (1741-1827), was chairman of the first
Committee of Safety of Sandwich and was chosen lieutenant
colonel of militia, 1775. Served several terms in the General
Assembly and was promoted brigadier general, 1781. He
gave both civil and military service to the close of the war.

Also Nos. 834, 8286.

Mrs. Lucy E. Hemenway Dyer, 12720

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Clarence Monroe Dyer.

Descendant of Ebenezer Hemenway and of Samuel Stone,
of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Elbert Hemenway and Lucy Bennett Sanger, his wife.

Granddaughter of Capt. Adam Hemenway and Catherine Patter-
son, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hemenway and Bathsheba Stone,
his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Stone and Rebecca Clark, his
wife.

Ebenezer Hemenway (1740-1831), was a minute man at the
Lexington and Rhode Island Alarms. He served in Capt.
Caleb Brooks company for the defense of Boston and in
Capt. Joseph Winch's company, Bullard's regiment in the
Burgoyne campaign. He was born and died at Framingham.

Samuel Stone (1730-87), was a minute-man from Fram-
ingham in Capt. Micajah Gleason's company at Lexington
and Bunker Hill. He served in the Northern Department
under Capt. Joseph Winch and Col. Samuel Ballard.

Miss Ida Louise Freeman. 12721

Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Gen. Nathaniel Freeman, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Otis Freeman and Mary Freeman, his wife.
See No. 12719.

Mrs. Harriet Hubbard Warren. 12722

Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Lazarus Hubbard and of Sergt. Samuel
Barker, of Massachusetts.



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Daughter of James M. Hubbard and Lydia Barker, his wife.

Granddaughter of Isaac Bachelder Hubbard and Hannah Mudgett,
his wife; Joshua Barker and Ruth Bradley, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Lazarus Hubbard and Abigail Gilmore, his
wife; Samuel Barker and Susanna Foster, his wife.

Lazarus Hubbard served at Bunker Hill in Capt. John
Davis' company, Col. James Frye's regiment. He enlisted in
the Essex militia, 1778, and served on the Hudson. He was
born at Methuen, Mass., 1748, and died at Hudson, N. H.

Also No. 10604.

Samuel Barker (i 742-1 823), turned out from Andover in
Capt. Nathaniel Lovejoy's company, Col. Samuel Johnson's
regiment.

Mrs. Arvesta Bailey Lyon. 12723

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Charles A. Lyon.

Descendant of Abijah Bailey, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Heaton Bailey and Lavina Tyler Rowe, his wife.

Granddaughter of Luther Bailey and Betsey Abercrombie, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Bailey and Mary Butterfield Sawyer,
his wife.

Abijah Bailey (1758-1842), served in Capt. Jeremiah Post's
company. Gen. John Stark's Brigade, 1777. He enlisted,
1778, under Capt. Ezekiel Ladd, Col. Timothy Bedel's regi-
ment, in New Hampshire, raised for the defense of the fron-
tiers. He was born at Newbury, Mass., and was a pensioner
when he died at North Troy, Vt.

Miss Maud Winifred Lyon. 12724

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Samuel Senter, of New Hampshire.

Daughter of German Lyon and Mary Ellen Waterman, his wife.

Granddaughter of David Lyon and Fanny Kendall, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Kendall and Fanny Senter, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Senter and Hannah Reed, his
wife.

Samuel Senter (1752-1833), enlisted in Capt. George Reid's
Londonderry company. Col. John Stark's regiment, 1775. In
the same company were his brothers Asa and Abel. The
fatigue and exposure rendered him unfit for further service.
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Mrs. Helen Churchill Allen. 1272^

Born in Massachusetts.

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Woodward, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Edwin* Churchill and Vesta Crowell, his wife.

Granddaughter of Allen Crowell and Eliza Woodward, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Woodward and Lucy Wheeler, his
wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Woodward and Priscilla Jackson,
his wife.

Samuel Woodward turned out from Newton at the Lex-
ington Alarm in Capt. Amariah Fuller's company. He
served as a sergeant under Capt. Nathan Fuller, Col. William
Bond's regiment at the siege of Boston.

Miss Mehitable B. Hubbard. 12726

Born in Massachusetts.
Descendant of Lazarus Hubbard and of Sergt. Samuel
Barker.
Daughter of James M. Hubbard and Lydia Barker, his wife.
See No. 12722.

Mrs. Lucine Evelyn Brown Crowell. 12727

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of George F. Crowell.

Descendant of Moses Lufkin, of Massachusetts.

Daughter of Edwin Y. Brown and Frances Sawyer, his wife.

Granddaughter of Charles Brown and Martha Giddings Lufkin, his
wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Lufkin and Martha Giddings, his wife.

Moses Lufkin (1755-1846), enlisted from Ipswich in Capt.
Richard Dodge's company, Col. Loammi Baldwin's regiment,
and served as a drummer at the siege of Boston. He was
a pensioner when he died at Gloucester.

Also Nos. 7506, 9634, 10033.

Mrs. Bethiah Giddings Lowe. 12728

Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Daniel Lowe.

Descendant of Moses Lufkin, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Andrew Parker and Nancy Lufkin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Moses Lufkin and Martha Giddings, his wife.
See No. 12727.



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Mrs. Ellen B. L. Mott. 12729

Born in Massachusetts.

Wife of Frederic Mott.

Descendant of Nicholas Harter, of New York.

Daughter of Amos Cutter and Catharine Harter, his wife.

Granddaughter of Nicholas Harter and Damworth, his wife.

Nicholas Harter (1761-1854), served as a soldier in Capt.
Henry Harter's company, Col. Peter BeUinger's regiment.
He was a pensioner when he died at Deerfield, N. Y.

Mrs. Elizabeth Champion Lathrop. 12730

Wife of Paoli Lathrop.

Descendant of Dr. Reuben Champion, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Dr. Reuben Champion and Pama Stebbins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Reuben Champion, Jr., and Silence Ely, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Champion and Lydia Duncan, his
wife.
See No. 12301.

Mrs. Mary Frances Wallace Gilman. 127J1

Born in New Hampshire.

Wife of Edward M. Gilman.

Descendant of John Wallace, Nehemiah Woods and Jonas
Woods, of New Hampshire.

Daughter of James Floyd Wallace and Julia C. Green, his wife.

Granddaughter of Josiah Green and Betsey Woods, his wife;
Robert Wallace and Sally Gage, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Woods and Lydia Hobart, his wife;



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