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Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Pearson and Polly P. Lane, his wife.

Samuel Pearson (1745-1826) was a drummer in Capt. Stephen

Kent's company, engaged, 1775, in seacoast defense, stationed

at Newburyport, where he was born.



330 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. ANNA E. SKINNER. 54759

Born in Hingham, Mass.

Wife of Eugene F. Skinner.

Descendant of John Hersey.

Daughter of Pyam Cushing Burr and Anna Cushing Hersey, his wife.

Granddaughter of Seth Stowers Hersey and Betsey Reed, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Hersey, Jr., and Anna Cushing, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hersey and Elizabeth Humphrey, his wife.

John Hersey (1732-77) was drowned, 1777, while carrying pro-
visions to the soldiers at Hull, encamped on Telegraph Hi';.
He was born in Hingham, Mass.

Also No. 9143.

MRS. GERTRUDE V. NASH. 54760

Born in Weymouth, Mass.

Wife of Frank W. Nash.

Descendant of Moses Orcutt and of Joshua Pratt.

Daughter of Eben P. Pratt and Frances R. Cook, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Dyer Pratt and Catherine Perry, his wife;
William B. Cook and Rebecca Orcutt, his 2nd wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Pratt and Nancy Dyer, his wife; Jason
Orcutt and Rebecca Kingman, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Pratt and Lydia Pratt, his wife; Moses
Orcutt and Meribah Jordan, his 2nd wife, m. 1795.

Moses Orcutt (1760-1828) was a minute man at seventeen,
under Capt. Thomas Nash. In 1780 he enlisted under Capt.
John Spurr with the six-month men to reinforce the Conti-
nental Army. He was born and died in Weymouth, Mass.

Also No. 38525.

Joshua Pratt (1756-1828) was in Capt. Joseph Trufant's com-
pany for seacoast defense, stationed at Weymouth, where
he was born and died.



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MRS. L. EMELINE DEWEY. 54?6l

Born in Middleburg, Vt.

Wife of Walter Dewey.

Descendant of Calvin Goodno and of Nathaniel Cushman.

Daughter of David Sanborn Church and Catharine Minerva Goodno, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Luther Goodno and Phebe Cushman, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Calvin Goodno and Betsy Parker, his wife;
Nathaniel Cushman and Sarah Bennett, his wife.

Calvin Goodno (1762-1853) was placed on the pension roll of
Madison County, New Hampshire, 181 8, for service as pri-
vate, New Hampshire Line. He was born in Marlborough
N. H. ; died in Salisbury, Vt.

Nathaniel Cushman (1761-1832) enlisted, 1777, for three years
and was at Germantown, Valley Forge, and Monmouth. He
was placed on the pension roll of Addison County, Vt., 1819,
for service as private, Connnecticut Continental Line. He
was born in Stafford, Conn. ; died in Hancock, Vt.
Also No. 11075.



MISS HANNAH ELIZA LUNT.
Born in Newburyport, Mass.



54762



Descendant of Daniel Somerby, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Daniel Fletcher Lunt and Phebe Somerby, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Somerby and Mary Bartlett, his wife.
Daniel Somerby (1757-1829) marched on the Lexington Alarm

in Capt. Moses Newell's company, from Newburyport, where

he was born and died.



332 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. SARAH WRIGHT DORR. 54763

Born in Marshfield, Mass.

Wife of Nathan Dorr.

Descendant of Seraiah Glass.

Daughter of Charles Porter Wright and Lucy Glass, his wife.

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Glass and Sarah Ripley, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Seraiah Glass and Hannah Oldham, his wife.

Seraiah Glass (1745-1837) was placed on the pension roll of
Massachusetts, 1819, for service as private in Capt. Samuel
Bradford's company, Col. Theophilus Cotton's regiment. He
was born and died in Duxbury, Mass.

MISS ANNA MARY LANE. 54764

Born in Newton, Mass.

Descendant of Corp. Benjamin Lane and of Jesse Walker.

Daughter of George Lane and Mary Ann Costella, his wife.

Granddaughter of Benjamin Lane, Jr., and Abigail Walker, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Lane and Isabel Hill, his 2nd wife;
Jesse Walker and Sarah Emerson, his 2nd wife.

Benjamin Lane (1 754-1835) served as corporal in Capt. Stephen
Russell's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's regiment, 1777. He
was born in Bedford, Mass. ; died in Ashburnham.

Jesse Walker (1760-1832) enlisted in Capt. Josiah Brown's com-
pany, Col. Enoch Hale's regiment, which marched to Ticon-
deroga, 1777, to reinforce the Continental Army. In 1818 he
was placed on the pension roll of New Hampshire for service
as private, New Hampshire Continental Line. He was born
in Sudbury, Mass. ; died in New Ipswich, Mass.

MISS LAURA M. LANE. . 54765

Born in Watertown, Mass.

Descendant of Corp. Benjamin Lane and of Jesse Walker.
Daughter of George Lane and Mary Ann Costella, his wife.
See No. 54764.



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MRS. MARY J. POLLARD. 54766

Born in West Cambridge, Mass.

Wife of Charles P. Pollard.

Descendant of Capt. William Adams, Marrett Munroe, Joseph
Underwood, Sergt. Thomas Fillebrown, and Thomas Smith.

Daughter of John Fillebrown and Abigail Underwood, his wife.

Granddaughter of Thomas Fillebrown, Jr., and Sarah Adams, his wife;
John Underwood and Sarah Smith, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Fillebrown and Hannah Brown, his 2nd
wife; John Adams and Ruth Perry, his 2nd wife; Joseph Underwood
and Mary Munroe, his wife; Thomas Smith and Sarah Taylor, his
wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Adams and Sarah Hill, his wife; Mar-
rett Munroe and Deliverance Parker, his wife.

William Adams (1725-87) in 1776 commanded a company in
Colonel Thatcher's regiment of militia, which marched to
Dorchester Heights.

Marrett Munroe (1760-1807) served at the Lexington Alarm
and at Dorchester Heights from Lexington, where he was
born and died.

Joseph Underwood (1749-1829) was a member of Capt. Par-
ker's company which marched to Cambridge, 1775. He was
born and died in Lexington.

Thomas Fillebrown served as corporal and sergeant in Capt.
Samuel Thatcher's company, Col. Mcintosh's regiment, 1776.
He was born and died in Cambridge.

Thomas Smith (1760-1807) served enlistments under different
commands from Lexington, where he was born and died.

MISS LILLIAN CLARK ALBEE. 54767

Born in Charlestown, Mass.

Descendant of Philip Lord and of Philip Lord, Jr., of Massa-
chusetts.

Daughter of Willard W. Albee and Elizabeth Ann Patten, his wife.

Granddaughter of William Chase Patten and Mary Ann Lambert, his
wife.



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Patten and Miriam Lord, his wife,
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Philip Lord, Jr., and Elizabeth Boardman, his

wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Philip Lord and Sarah Brown, his wife, m.

1748.
Philip Lord (1723-1816) turned out at the Lexington Alarm in

Capt. Thomas Burnham's company. He was born and died

in Ipswich.
Philip Lord. Jr. (1749-85) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Nathaniel

Wade's company, Colonel Little's regiment. He was born and

died in Ipswich.

MISS NATALIE WORTHINGTON HUTTON. 54768

Born in Detroit, Mich.

Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Drown, Jr., of Rhode Island.

Daughter of W. H. H. HuttSn, M. D. and Maria Louise Wilcox Max-
field, his wife.

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Drown Maxfield and Susan B. Sherman, his
wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Maxfield and Ann Drown, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Drown, Jr., and Rachel Scott, his wife.

Benjamin Drown, Jr. (1747-1826), served as corporal under
Capt. Thomas Allin, 1775, and as sergeant, 1780. He was
on guard duty on Narragansett Bay, Providence and Warren
Rivers. He was born in Barrington, R. I.

Also No. 27679.

MRS. MARY HANNA WALTERS. 54769

Born in Muscatine, Iowa.

Wife of W. C. Walters.

Descendant of William Reynolds, Adjt. Enoch Keane Withers,

and Peleg Rose.
Daughter of Rev. Commodore Perry Reynolds and Martha Orr, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Reynolds, Jr., and Esther Rose, his wife;

William Orr and Hannah Withers, his wife.



UNEAGE BOOK. 335



Gr-granddaughter of William Reynolds and Esther Reynolds, his wife;

James Withers and Mary , his wife ; Peleg Rose and Mary Spicer,

his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Enoch Withers and Janet Chinn, his wife.

William Reynolds (1753-1841) served as a private under dif-
ferent commands. He received a pension, 1832, for two
years' actual service. He was born and died in Kingston, R. I.

Enoch Keane Withers (1760-1818) was adjutant and aide to
Col. Richard Campbell. He was engaged in the Battle of
Eutaw Springs, 1781, where his colonel was killed. He was
born and died in Virginia.

Peleg Rose (1 751 -1832) served as a private in Capt. Abel
Spicer's company, Col. Samuel Parson's regiment, Connecti-
cut militia. In 1836 his widow received a pension. He was
born in Preston, Conn. ; died in New York.

Also No. 47642.

MRS. JANE LESLIE JAYCOX BROWN. 54770

Born in Oswego County, N. Y.
Wife of Henry J. Brown.
Descendant of Henry Vorhees.

Daughter of Orlin Richards Jaycox and Urania Ann Vorhees, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Leslie Voorhees and Martha Northrop, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Voorhees and Anna Woolston, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Voorhees and Jane Leslie, his wife.
Henry Voorhees (1740-1827) served as a minute man under

Capt. Henry Waddell in the Monmouth County militia. He

was born in Monmouth County, N. J. ; died in Montgomery

County, N. Y.
Also Nos. 18878, 23999.

MRS. LOUISE DILLEY HENDERSON. 54771

Born in Farmington, Minn.
Wife of James C. Henderson.
Descendant of Ephraim Dilley.

Daughter of George W. Dilley and Elizabeth Nicholson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ephraim Dilley, Jr., and Rachel Henry, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Dilley and Lucy Ayrs, his wife.



336 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Ephraim Dilley (1755-1844) served several enlistments under
different commands, 1776-79. In 1833 he was placed on the
pension roll of Guernsey County, Ohio, for service as private,
New Jersey militia. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.;
died in Senecaville, Ohio.



MISS ALICE PORTER. 54772



Born in Ann Arbor, Mich.



Descendant of Micah Porter, William Bates, and Corp. De-
liverance (Dill) Sawyer.

Daughter of Charles Benjamin Porter and Abigail Sawyer, his wife.

Granddaughter of Micah Porter and Charlotte Jones, his wife; Deliver-
ance (Dill) Sawyer, Jr., and Lucy Lord, his 2nd wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Elias Porter and Sarah Bates, his wife; Deliverance
(Dill) Sawyer and Mercy Nash, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Micah Porter and Mary Stockbridge, his wife;
William Bates and Sarah Webb, his wife.

Micah Porter (1742-1811) served as a private at the Lexington
Alarm in Capt. Jacob Goold's company of minute men, Col.
Benjamin Lincoln's regiment. He was born in Weymouth,
Mass. ; died in Canaan, N. H.

Also No. 47315.

William Bates (1736-1808) was a member of Capt. Seth Tur-
ner's company, 1776, and, 1779, re-enlisted in 15th Massa-
chusetts regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Timothy Bige-
low. He was born in Weymouth and died in Braintree, Mass.

Deliverance (Dill) Sawyer (1745-1835) was a private in a
company of Rangers, Vermont militia, 1777, and in 1782 was
corporal in Lieutenant Bailey's company. He was living in
Coos County, N. H., during the Revolution ; died in Starkey,
N. Y.



LINEAGE BOOK. 337



MRS. MARY LANDON BRYANT. 54773

Born in Oakland, Mich.

Wife of John Bryant.

Descendant of Nathaniel Landon.

Daughter of Nathaniel Green Landon and Nancy Gardner, his wife.

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Landon and Hannah Greene, his wife.

Nathaniel Landon (1757-1850) was placed on the pension roll
of New Jersey, 1833. for service as private, New Jersey
troops. He was born in New York ; died in London, Canada.

MRS. ELLA WISE CHANCE. 54774

Born in Middle Branch, Ohio.

Wife of Walter S. Chance.

Descendant of Martin Houser and of James Fitz Randolph.

Daughter of Aaron Stockton Wise and Catherine Houser, his wife.

Granddaughter of Adam Wise and Phebe Jane Stockton, his wife;
Daniel Houser and Elizabeth Hoover, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Martin Houser and Anna , his wife; John

Stockton and Rebecca Fitz Randolph (1761-1841), his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Fitz Randolph and Hannah Skinner, his
1st wife, m. 1760.

Martin Houser (1756-1840), a patriot, was taken prisoner dur-
ing the Revolutionary War by the Indians while driving cattle
to the army. He was born in Bedford County, Pa. ; died in
Harrisburg, Stark County, Ohio.

James Fitz Randolph was member of the Committee of Obser-
vation for Woodbridge, ijj6-jj. He was born, 1735, in New
Jersey.

MRS. HARRIET MARIE BERTRAND. 54775

Born in Superior, Wis.

Wife of John C. Bertrand.

Descendant of Sergt. Christopher McManus.
Daughter of Richard G. Coburn and Charlotte McManus, his wife.
Granddaughter of William McManus and Marie Barber, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Christopher McManus and Anice McManus, his
wife.



338 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Christopher McManus (1753- 1849) was placed on the New
York pension roll, 1840, for service as sergeant, New Jersey
Line. He died in Forestville, N. Y.

Also No. 52731.

MRS. CADDIE L. SMITH CONSTANTINE. 54776

Born in St. Charles, Minn.

Wife of Louis Le Roy Constantine.

Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Edson.

Daughter of Alexander De Alton Smith and Malinda Ann Edson, his

wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Sherwood Edson, Jr. (1825-1909), and Martha

Halverson (1836-1907), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Sherwood Edson (1799-1850) and Mrs.

Dorothy (Goodale) Pease (1788-1878), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Edson and Sarah Pinney (1756-1805),

his wife.
Josiah Edson (1758-1819) enlisted from Stafford, Conn., where

he was born. Served as a private, 1776, and was promoted

corporal and sergeant. He died in Rudolph, Vt.
Also Nos. 16305, 44464-

MRS. HARRIETT BAILEY STINSON. 54777

Born in Peacham, Vt.

Descendant of Wells Burbank.

Daughter of Robert Nelson Bailey and Helen Elizabeth Hooker, his wife.

Granddaughter of Sanford Hooker and Harriet Blanchard, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Hazen Blanchard and Sarah Burbank, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Wells Burbank and Mercy Burbank, his wife.

Wells Burbank (1750- 1823) in 1777 served as a private in Capt
Peter Kimball's company, Col. Thomas Stickney's 13th regi-
ment of militia. He was born in Sanbornton, N. H. ; died in
Peacham, Vt.

Also No. 52701.



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MISS ELIZABETH HOOD. 54778

Born in Chittenden County, Vt.

Descendant of Major Alexander Craige.
Daughter of Albert O. Hood and Betsey Craige, his wife.
Granddaughter of Dr. Samuel Craige and Matilda Parish, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Craige and Molly Stevens, his wife.
Alexander Craige served as lieutenant, captain, and major in the

New Hampshire militia. He died, 1823, in Rummey, N. H.
Also No. 36954.

MRS. ELIZABETH BELKNAP HUMPHREYS JOHNSTON.

54779

Born in Claiborne County, Miss.

Wife of Claud Johnston.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. Evan Shelby and of Col. Ralph
Humphreys.

Daughter of Baylis Earl Humphreys and Elizabeth Hamilton, his wife.

Granddaughter of G. Wilson Humphreys and Baylissa Prince, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of D. George Humphreys and Mary Coburn, his wife;
Baylis Earl Prince and Katherine Shelby Jeffries, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Wilson Humphreys (1771-1843) and
Sarah Smith (1776-1817), his wife, m. 1792; James Jeffries and
Priscilla Shelby, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ralph Humphreys and Agnes Wilson, his
wife; Evan Shelby, Jr., and Katherine (Shelby), his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Evan Shelby and Letitia Cox, his wife.

Evan Shelby (1720-94) commanded a company at Point Pleas-
ant, 1774. He led a successful expedition against the Chicka-
mauga Indians, 1779, and was made brigadier general of
militia. He was born in Wales ; died in Kings Meadow.

Also Nos. 8275, 10017, 20961, 23024, 24.063, 27410, 33315.

Ralph Humphreys (1735-89) served as colonel in the Revolu-
tion. He was born in Virginia; died in Claiborne County,
Miss., and is buried on the banks of the Bayou Pierre.



340 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. MATIE BELL KELLER GOODWIN. 5478o

Born in Burlington, Iowa.

Wife of J. G. Goodwin.

Descendant of Lieut. Christopher Lauman.

Daughter of Thomas H. Keller and Mary Jane Armstrong, his wife.

Granddaughter of George Armstrong and Malinda Lauman, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Barnet Lauman and Eve Cramer, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Christopher Lauman and Elizabeth Minn, his
wife.

Christopher Lauman (1750-1824) was lieutenant of militia at
Trenton and Princeton, and in 1778 commanded a company
in the 3rd battalion under Col. David Jamison. He also be-
longed to the "Independent Light Infantry," of York, Pa.,
where he was born.

Also Nos. 6008, 48085.

MRS. SUSIE DAWSON LINDSAY BRIGHT. 54781

Born in Lindsay, Mo.

Wife of J. Edwin Bright.

Descendant of Andrew Steele, John James Watts, Robert Cul-
bertson, Samuel Culbertson, and William Turner.

Daughter of William Culbertson Lindsay, Jr. (b. 1842) and Malinda
Harvey Dawson (b. 1851), his wife, m. 1870.

Granddaughter of William Culbertson Lindsay (1793-1861) and Maria
L. Bell Lewis (1701-84), his wife; James Lewis Dawson (1828-1903)
and Susan D. Harvey (1829-1906), his wife, m. 1850.

Gr-granddaughter of Henry Lindsay and Elizabeth Culbertson, his wife;
Ludwell Lee Dawson (1800-43) and Jane Watts (1804-42), his wife,
m. 1827; Francis Harvey (1790-1860) and Melinda Dameron (1803-
78), his wife, m. 1819; Clement Bell and Margaret Steele (b. 1774),
his wife, m. 1796.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Steele and Jane Lindsay, his 1st wife;
Robert Culbertson and Elizabeth Lindsay, his wife; Littlepage Dameron
(1779-1848) and Susanna Turner (1784-1850), his wife, m. 1802; John
James Watts and Patterson, his wife.



LINEAGE BOOK. 34I



Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Culbertson; William Turner and
Elizabeth Thurmond (b. 1760), his wife, m. 1783.

Andrew Steele (1750-1808) served at the battles of Blue Licks
and Bryan Station. He was born in Ireland; in 1776 he lo-
cated in Kentucky ; died at sea.

John James Watts (1752-1830) was cornet and lieutenant, 1776,
and captain, 1778, of the 1st Continental Dragoons. He was
wounded at Eutaw Springs, 1781 ; retained in Baylor's regi-
ment, 1782, and served to the close of the war. He died in
Appomatox County, Va.

Samuel Culbertson, who had fought in the early wars, gave
valuable council during the Revolution. He was born in Ire-
land; died, 1789, in Pennsylvania.

Robert Culbertson in 1776 served as a private in Capt. Samuel
Culbertson's company, Col. Joseph Armstrong's battalion of
Cumberland County Associators. He died, 1778, in Penn-
sylvania, while serving his country.

William Turner (1757-1817) was a private in Capt. Francis
Taylor's 2nd Virginia regiment at Germantown and Stony
Point. He was born in Nelson County; died in Albemarle
County, Va.

Also No. 52746.



MRS. CAROLINE SHELP MORRELL. 54782

Born in Wilkes Barre, Pa.

Wife of M. Pinckney Morrell, M. D.
Descendant of Capt. Obadiah Gore.
Daughter of Ezekiel Shelp and Harriet Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jeremiah Smith and Caroline Bailey, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Bailey and Lydia Gore, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Gore and Mary Parks, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Obadiah Gore and Hannah Parks, his wife.
Obadiah Gore (1714-79) was a member of the Committee of
Safety ; was one of the garrison at Forty Fort, and assisted



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

to arrange the capitulation after the massacre of Wyoming,
where three sons and two sons-in-law were killed. He was
born in Roxbury, Mass. ; died in Wyoming, Pa.
Also No. 8515.

MRS. IMOGENE TEN EYCK COLE PAYNE. 54783

Born in Granby, Mo.

Wife of John D. Payne.

Descendant of Capt. Jacob Du Bois, William Murphy, and John

Krom.
Daughter of Robert Franklin Cole and Rachel Shaw, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Shaw and Amy S. Cook, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Zaccheus B. Cook and Mary A. Murphy, his wife
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Murphy and Marianna Krom, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Murphy and Phoebe Sherry, his

wife; John Krom and Rachel Du Bois, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Du Bois and Janytje Van Nieukirk,

his wife.
Jacob Du Bois (1719-94) in 1776 commanded the 2nd battalion,

Salem County, New Jersey militia, under Col. John Holme.

He was born and died in New Jersey.
William Murphy (1742-1830) served as a private in the Glou-
cester County, New Jersey militia. He was born in New

Jersey; died in Indiana.
John Krom (1741-76) in 1776 served as a private in Capt. Jacob

Du Bois' company, Col. Samuel Hick's 1st battalion, New

Jersey militia. Died in service.
Also No. 48638.

MRS. KATHERINE HEWIT GARRISON. 54784

Born in Bridgeport, Conn.

Wife of Flint Garrison.

Descendant of Capt. James Hillhouse.

Daughter of James Hillhouse Hewit and Eleanor C. Tomlinson, his wife.

Granddaughter of Henry S. Hewit and Catherine S. Hurd, his wife.



LINEAGE BOOK. 343



Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Hewit and Rebecca Hillhouse, his 1st

wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Hillhouse and Rebecca Woolsey, his 2nd

wife.
James Hillhouse (1754-1832) commanded a company in the

Governor's Foot Guards and was among the small number

who defended New Haven against the British under Tryon;

also served in the legislature, 1780-87. He was born in

Montville, Conn. ; died in New Haven.



MRS. SALLIE ADAMS BAGNELL. 54785

Born in Boonville, Mo.

Wife of William Bagnall. вАҐ

Descendant of Capt. John Boyle.

Daughter of Andrew Adams and Sarah Ann Flournoy, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Adams and Sarah Boyle, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Boyle and Sarah , his wife.

John Boyle served as captain in a regiment of Kentucky troops,
1780, stationed near Dicks River. He died in Kentucky. His
son, John Boyle, who was chief justice, was born, 1774.

VACANT. 54786

MRS. CORNELIA MARTIN DOWLER. 54787

Born in Fayette County, Ky.

Wife of Joseph W. Dowler.

Descendant of James Martin.

Daughter of Lewis Y. Martin and Ann Barnett Shreve, his wife.

Granddaughter of James Martin and Miss Young, his wife.

James Martin (1758-1833) was placed on the pension roll of

Jessamine County, Ky., 1833, for service as private, Virginia

Line.
Also No. 18467.



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. EMELINE BENT GOODLOE. 54788

Born in Louisville, Ky.

Wife of W. O. Goodloe.

Descendant of Samuel McDowell, Rufus Bent, and Mathew

Harvey.
Daughter of Cyrus Hubbard Bent (1814-56) and Anne Irwin McDowell

(1827-74), his wife, m. 1849.
Granddaughter of David Jackson Bent and Rebecca Hubbard, his wife;

William A. McDowell, M. D. (1795-1853) and Maria Harvey (i799-

1876), his wife, m. 1819.
Gr-granddaughter of Rufus Bent and Mary Wyman, his wife; Samuel

McDowell and Anne Irvine, his wife; Mathew Harvey and Magdalen

Hawkins (1775-1845). his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and May McClung, his wife.
Samuel McDowell (1735-1817) served in the House of Dele-
gates and as colonel of militia. He was born in Virginia ;

died in Kentucky.
Also No. 16130.
Rufus Bent (1755-1821) was a private in Capt. Isaac Locker's

company, Col. James Brett's regiment at the Lexington Alarm.

He was born and died in Sudbury, Mass.
Also No. 19199-
Mathew Harvey (1760-1823) at the age of sixteen served as a

private in the Virginia troops from Fincastle, Va., where he

was born and died.

MRS. STELLA SIKES JAMISON. 54789

Born in Rutherford County, Tenn.

Wife of Dorsey Albert Jamison.

Descendant of Matt Martin.

Daughter of Ambrose T. Sikes and Bettie Martin Whitaker, his 1st wife.

Granddaughter of Washington Whitaker and Lettie Mosely, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of E. A. Mosely and Bettie Martin, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Matt Martin and Sallie Clay, his wife.



LINEAGE BOOK. 345



Matt Martin (1763-1846) was placed on the pension roll of
Tennessee, 1831, for service as private, Virginia Line. He
was born in Charlotte County, Va. ; died in Bedford County,
Tenn.

Also No. 21808.



MRS. NANCY VAN R. MESTON. 54790

Born in Seneca Falls, N. Y.

Wife of Charles R. Meston.

Descendant of Sergt. William Sackett.

Daughter of Capt. James E. Ashcroft and Nancy T. Van Rensselaer, his
wife.

Granddaughter of Henry T. Van Rensselaer and Mary E. Sackett, his
wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Gary V. Sackett and Nancy T. Vance, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Sackett and Parthena Patterson, his
2nd wife, m. 1786.

William Sackett (1733-1841) was placed on the pension roll of
Seneca County, 1831, for 15 months' actual service as private



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