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LINEAGE BOOK



National Society



Daughters of the American Revolution




VOLUME LIX

58001-59000

1906



Jenn' \Vix5low Coltrane
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PREFACE

Historic events produce their masters not only in military- and political
strategy, but in science, industry, art, and poetry. In studying the past, as
well as being conversant with the future, we find that the spirit of liberty is
man's incentive to offer his abilities as well as his life to his country. Our
Lineage Books are to record correctly the ancestry of the past, giving the
lineal descent to the present generations and making it possible for future
generations to know their great heritage.

Jenn Winslow Coltrane,
Historian General, N. S., D. A



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY

OF THE

Daughters of the American Revolution



National Board of Management
1906



PrFButrtit (Sfttrral
Mrs. Donald McLean

Hirr-Prrai&fnl (Sf nrral in (Eljarg? nf (grganxzalion of (EljaptrrB
jMrs. Charlotte Emerson Main

Birr-^rPBilirntH (gpitrral

Mrs. John R. Walker, Mrs. H. S. Chamberlain,

Mrs. Mary Wood Swift, Mrs. Lindsay Patterson,

Mrs. Charles H. Deere, Mrs. John Cunningham Hazen,

Mrs. Orlando J. Hodge, Mrs. George W. Nichols,

Mrs. Florence Grey Estey, Mrs. Franklin E. Brooks,

Mrs. Robert Emory Park, Mrs. Clara Lee Bowman,

Mrs. Richard Jackson Barker, Mrs. Drayton W. Bushnell,

Mrs. Truman H. Newberry, Mrs. Sallie AL\rshall Hardy,

Mrs. William D. Keareoot, Mrs. Ira H. Evans,

Mrs. Theodore C. Bates, Mrs, A. E. Heneberger.

(Chaplain (Sfnrral

Mrs. Teunis S. Hamlin.

Srrnr&ing Scrrrlarg (Srnrral

Miss Elisabeth Pierce.

ffiorrrapDnJling Srrrplarg (Smrral

Miss Virginia Miller.

SrgiBlrar (Srnfral

]Mrs. J. Stewart Jamieson.

SrraBurtr CSrnrral

Mrs. M. E. S. Davis.

Sislorian (Srnrral
Mrs. J. P. Dolliver.

Aaaialant j^iatnrian (Srnjral

Mrs. IVLary S. Lockwood.
Cibrarian (Senrral

Miss Aline E. Solomon.



Alabama Mrs. J. Morgan Smith.

Arizona " Walter Talbot.

Arkansas " John M. McClure.

California " Harry N. Gray.

Colorado " John Campbell.

Connecticut " Sara Thompson Kinney.

Delaware " Clarence Draper Sypherd

District of Coium'bia " Ellen Spencer Mussey.

Florida " Agnes M. Cook.

Georgia " James A. RounsavillE.

I(jaho " David H. Tarr.

Illinois!!!!!!!^! " Benjamin A. Fessenden.

Indiana.'.'.'.'.'.'. " William A. Guthrie.

Iowa " RowENA Edson Stevens.

Kansas' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' " W. E. Stanley.

Kentucky " Joseph N. McCormack.

Louisiana " C. Hamilton Tebault.

Maine Miss Charlotte Augusta Baldwin.

Maryland'. '. '. Mrs. J. Pembroke Thom.

Massachusetts " Charles H. Masury.

Michigan " William J. Chittenden.

Minne^sota " John Edson Bell.

Mississippi " Egbert R. Jones.

Missouri " Thomas O.TowLEs.

Montana " Clinton H. Moore.

Nebraska " Stephen C. Langworthy.

New Hampshire " John McLane.

New Jersey " Ellen Mecum.

New Mexico " L. Bradford Prince.

New York " Henry L. Roberts.

North Carolina " George Phifer Erwin.

Ohio " James L. Bdtsford.

Oregon " Mary Phelps Montgomery.

Oklahoma " Robert T. Carpenter.

Pennsylvania " Alexander Ennis Patton.

Rhode Island Miss Elizabeth N. H. Swinburne.

South Carolina Mrs. Robert M. Bratton.

South Dakota " Craig S. Thoms.

Tennessee Miss Mary Boyce Temple.

Texas ^^RS. Seabrook W. Sydnor.

Utah " Mary M. Ferry Allen.

Vermont " F. Stewart Stranahan.

Virginia " Samuel W. Jamison.

Washington " MosEs A. Phelps.

West Virginia " Baldwin Day Spilman.

Wisconsin " Thomas Hoyt Brown.

Wyoming " Frank W. Mondell.



Sonurary (f flSrpra

^nnnrarg Prpaiipiila Oirnrral

Mrs. John W. Foster.

Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson.

Mrs. D.\niel Manning.

Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks.

i^anirrarg PrraiiiFnt ^rraibtng

Mrs. Mary V. E. Cabell.

ijonnrarg Bicp-frrBJiJpnlB (Scncral

ElKted for life. Date of election.

Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, 1893. Mrs. A. C. Geer, 1896.

Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894. Mrs. Mildred S. Mathes, 1899.

Mrs. Ellen H. Walworth. 1894. Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, 1905.

Mrs. Joshua Wilbour, 1895. Mrs. Julia K. Hogg, 1905.

Miss Mary Desha, 1895. Mrs. William Lindsay, 1906.

Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895. Mrs. Helen M. Boynton, 1906.
Mrs. de B. Randolph Keim, 1906.




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY



Daughters of the American Revolution



MRS. EMMA A. SLEIGHT. 58001

Born in Cayuga County, N. Y.

Wife of Herman A. Sleight.

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hunt, of New York.

Daughter of Charles E. Cadwell and Augusta B. Everts, his wife.

Granddaughter of Thomas Cadwell and Haley Hunt (b. 1803), his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Hunt and Jerusha Woodworth, his wife.

Thomas Himt (1746-1818) served from the beginning to the end of
the war as sergeant, ensign, lieutenant, and captain in the 4th New
York regiment under Col. Frederick Wessenfel. He was born and
died in Stillwater.

MRS. CHARLOTTE BARTLE AHLLER. 58002

Born in Tioga County, Pa.

Wife of Charles L. Miller.

Descendant of Daniel Bacon.

Daughter of Jacob Bartle and Eunice Bacon, his wife.

Granddaughter of Oliver Bacon and Catherine Houghton, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Harvey Bacon and Lydia Ellis, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Bacon and Mary Abernathy, his wife.

IsIoTE. — The number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the
Member of the Society.



2 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Daniel Bacon (1739-78) served in the 8th company, Colonel Gay's
2nd battalion, in General Wadsworth's brigade, in the battle of
Long Island and the retreat from New York. He was born in
Farmington, Conn. ; was missing after the battle of Long Island,
1776.

Also No. 48019.

MRS. EVELINA P. DONALDSON ROOT. 58003

Born in Otsego County, N. Y.

Wife of Winfield Scott Root.

Descendant of John Donaldson and of Capt. James McMahan.

Daughter of John Chester Donaldson and Mar>- McCord Smith, his wife.

Granddaughter of Chester Donaldson and Evelina Anvil Pier, his wife; Austin
Smith and Sarah Ann McMahan, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Calvin Donaldson and Caty McMaster, his wife; James
McMahan, Jr., and Mary McCord, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Donaldson and Ruth Blodget, his wife; James
McMahan and Mary Murray, his wife.

John Donaldson (1728-1815) enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt.
Amos Walbridge's company. Col. David Brewer's 9th Massachu-
setts regiment. He was born in Brimfield, Mass. ; died in Butter-
nuts, N. Y.

James McMahan (1744-1823) served as captain in the Northumber-
land County, Pennsylvania militia, and as baggagemaster, 1778-80.
He was bom in Ireland.

Also No. 3301 1.

MRS. LOUISE HETHERINGTON BUTLER. 58004

Born in Cherry Valley, N. Y,

Wife of Albert J. Butler.

Descendant of Col. George Herkimer, of New York.

Daughter of James Hetherington and Helen Gertrude Eacker, his wife.

Granddaughter of George Eacker and Allua Rich, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Eacker and Gertrude Herkimer, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Herkimer and Alida Schuger, his wife.

George Herkimer (1744-86) was a member of the Committee of
Safety and commanded Tryon County militia under his brother,
Nicholas, at the battle of Oriskany. He died in Danbury, N. Y.

Also Nos. 13584. 15156, 18092, 21261, 24174. 26509, 2961 1, 3;;96.



LINEAGE BOOK. 3

MRS. FRANCES CARR DIBBLE. 58005

Born in Byron, X. Y.

Wife of Rev. Lorenzo A. Dibble.

Descendant of Col. Joseph McCracken.

Daughter of William Thompson Carr and Sophia McCracken, his wife.

Granddaughter of Joseph McCracken. Jr., and Elizabeth Curtis, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Joseph McCracken and Sarah Turner, his wife.

Joseph McCracken (1737-1825) in 1776 commanded a company in
the 2nd New York regiment, and in 1778 served as major under
Col. Goose Van Schaick. He was born in Scotland ; died in Salem,
N. Y.

Also No. 40765.

MRS. CORA VAN VALKENBURGH YOUNG. 58006

Born in Troy, X. Y.

Wife of James T. Young.

Descendant of Laurence Van Valkenburgh, of New York.

Daughter of Henry Gurley Van Valkenburgh and Sarah Sparks, his wife.

Granddaughter of Laurence Van Valkenburgh (b. 1793) and Elizabeth Lester,

his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Van Valkenburgh (b. 1773) and Zilpha Lord,

his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Laurence Van Valkenburgh and Gertrude Sharp, his

wife.
Laurence Van Valkenburgh served, 1777, as a private in Capt. John

Phillips' company, Col. Abraham Van Alstyne's Albany County

regiment of militia. He was born in Albany; died, 1828, in Oswego

County, N. Y.

MRS. MARY DAMARIN GREGG. 58007

Born in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Wife of William C. Gregg.

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Peck and of Corp. Richard Wallace,

of Connecticut.
Daughter of Louis C. Damarin and Mary Catlin Peck, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Virgil Peck and Mary Ann Cook, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Virgil Peck and Mary Wallace, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Wallace and Mary Peck, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Peck and Mary Frisbie, his wife.
Benjamin Peck (1722-88) commanded a company of Litchfield troops,

which marched on the New Haven Alarm, 1779. He was born and

died in Litchfield.



4 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

Richard Wallace (1757-97) served as corporal, 1776, in Capt. James
Judson's company in the New York campaign; also, 1779, in Capt.
Moses Seymour's company of Light Dragoons. He was born in
Middletown ; died in Litchfield.

MRS. AL\RY WALWORTH JOERISSEN. 58008

Born in Brooklyn, X. Y.

Wife of Joseph Joerissen.

Descendant of Adjutant Benjamin Walworth, Zephaniah Piatt, and
Judge Charles Piatt.

Daughter of Hiram Walworth, Jr. (1833-1908), and Cornelia Lynde Bailey
(1835-1906), hi5 wife, m. 1857.

Granddaughter of Hiram Walworth and Delia Griffin, his wife; James Bailey
(1809-77) and Caroline Piatt Halsey (1801-85), his wife. m. 1829.

Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Walworth and Apphia Hyde, his wife; Fred-
erick Halsey (1761-1838) and Letitia Piatt (1776-1814), his wife, m. 1798.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Charles Piatt and Caroline Adriance (1744-1831), his
wife, m. 17-2.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Zephaniah Piatt and Hannah Saxton, his wife,
m. 1730.

Benjamin Walworth (1746-1812) in 1776 was quartermaster in Col.
Isaac Nichols' Orange County regiment and adjutant at the battle
of White Plains. He narrowly escaped capture in 1779 when
Minisink was destroyed by the Indians under Brandt. He was
born in Groton, Conn.; died in Hoosick, N. Y.

Also No. 7945.

Zephaniah Piatt (1704-78) signed the Association Test. He was ar-
rested on suspicion, carried to New York, where he contracted
smallpox, which caused his death. His son, Zephaniah, served also.

Charles Piatt (1744-1827) served as quartermaster of Dutchess
County militia in the New York campaign until the enemy retreated
to the Jerseys. He was born at Huntington, L. I. ; died in Pitts-
burgh.

Also No. 52 1 7 J.

MRS. MINNIE LINCOLN GEORGE. 58009

Born in .^ndover. Vt.

Wife of John A. George.

Descendant of Sergt. Elkanah Lincoln.

Daughter of William Henry Lincoln and .\rabella Catherine Harris, his wife.

Granddaughter of Pratt Lincoln and Harriet Whitcomb, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Zelina Lincoln and Polly Brown, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elkanah Lincoln and Susanna Torrey, his wife.



LINEAGE BOOK. 5

Elkanah Lincoln (1747-1816) served as corporal and sergeant in Capt.
Isaac Hodge's company of Massachusetts militia at the Rhode
Island Alarm. He was born in Norton, Mass. ; died in Westmore-
land, N. H.

Also No. 3-579-

MISS CLARA GRANT WALWORTH. 58010

Born in Saratoga County, X. Y.

Descendant of Lieut. John Hardin and of Quartermaster Joseph

Ketchum.
Daughter of Frank Hardin Walworth and Corinne Bramlette, his wife.
Granddaughter of Mansfield Tracy Walworth and Ellen Hardin, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Reuben Hyde Walworth and Maria Ketchum Averill, his

wife; John Hardin and Sarah E. Smith, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Martin D. Hardin and Elizabeth Logan, his wife;

Nathan Averil! and Polly Ketchum, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hardin and Jane Davies. his wife; Joseph

Ketchum and Phebe Moore, his wife.
John Hardin (1753-92) was a member of Morgan's rifle corps at the

siege of Boston and received the thanks of Gates for his service at

Saratoga. He was massacred by the Indians on a mission of peace.

He was born in Fauquier County, Va.
Also Nos. 8227. 19315, 20334, 23840.
Joseph Ketchum (1754-94) served, 1775-76, as quartermaster in the

Dutchess County minute men under Col. John Van Ness. He was

born in North East, N. Y. ; died in New York City.
Also No. 796 -

MRS. FLORA A. HADCOCK FROST. 5801 1

Born in Stockbridge, N. Y.

Wife of Clark A. Frost.

Descendant of Corp. Daniel Hadcock, of New York.

Daughter of John Wesley Hadcock and Frances Cook, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Hadcock and Nancy De Ferrier, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Hadcock and Sarah (Betsey) Clock, his wife.

Daniel Hadcock (1753-1838) was placed on the New York pension
roll, 1834. as corporal in the Revolutionary War, and was in battle
at the time of the capture of Burgoyne. He was born and died in
Madison County, N. Y.

Also No. 50431-



O DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MISS SARAH B. HURD. 58012

Born in Bridgewater, N. Y.

Descendant of Thomas Barlow and of Amos Brown.

Daughter of Walter Sherman Hurd (1826-94) and Sophronia Babcock (b.

1833), his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of Hebron Hurd and Eliza Barlow, his wife; Oliver R. Babcock

(1805-79) and Sarah Brown (1807-56), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Barlow and .A.my Delano, his wife; Dennison

Brown (1763-1842) and Polly Robbins (1767-1831), his wife, m. 1788.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amos Brown and Eunice Turner (1740-94), his wife,

m. 1757-
Thomas Barlow (1764-1853) served as private in the 6th regiment,

Dutchess County mihtia. He was born and died in Amenia, N. Y.
Amos Brown (1730-1817) served, 1781, as a private in Capt. John

Morgan's company, Col. Oliver Smith's regiment. He was bom in

Stonington ; died in Preston, Conn.

MRS. ANNA V. STORMS BENTLEY. 58013

Born in St. Johnsville, N. Y.

Wife of John Menzo Bentley.

Descendant of Nicholas Smith, of New York.

Daughter of Daniel J Storms and Catharine Groff, his wife.

Granddaughter of Benjamin Groff and Lany Ann Smith, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Nicholas Smith and Catharine Flander, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Smith and Jane Brands, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Nicholas Smith and Elizabeth , his wife.

Nicholas Smith (1736-78) served as private in the Tryon County

militia. He was born and died in Ephratah, N. Y.
Also No. 43156.

MRS. MINNA E. STORMS LEWIS. 58014

Born in St. Johnsville, N. V.

Wife of John F. Lewis^

Descendant of Nicholas Smith.

Daughter of Daniel J. Storms and Catharine Groff, his wife.

See No. 58013.

MRS. SAILMl T. MILLER FORD. 58015

Born in Livingston County, N. Y.

Wife of Charles L. Ford.

Descendant of Capt. Anthony A. Rutgers.

Daughter of Henry Rutgers Miller and Sarah S. Townsend, his wife.



LINEAGE BOOK.



Granddaughter of David A. Miller and Maria C. Gale, his wife.

Gr-granddaiighter of Henry Gale, M. D., and Cornelia Rutgers, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Anthony A. Rutgers and Gertrude Gouveneur, his wife.

Anthony A. Rutgers (1742-84) was appointed captain of artillery;
was Speaker of the Provincial Congress and on the committee to
draft the Constitution of the State. He was born in New York
State ; died in Newark, N. J.

Also Nos. 10553. 1415-. 15027, i8;6.^

MRS. IDA M. HEWITT SCUDDER. 58016

Born in Middletown, X. V.

Wife of Samuel Scudder.

Descendant of Lieut. Philip Walker.

Daughter of Henry S. Hewitt and Mary D. Walker, his wife.

Granddaughter of Daniel L. Walker and Eliza S. Burhans, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Thompson Walker and Mary Lynch, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Philip Walker and Hannah Hall, his 2nd wife.

Philip Walker (1751-1802) served, 1776, as corporal in Capt. Syl-
vanus Martin's company; 1777, as sergeant in Capt. Nathan Car-
penter's company and lieutenant, 1780, in Capt. John Perry's com-
pany, Col. Abiel Mitchell's Massachusetts regiment. He was born
in Rehoboth, Mass.; died in Tompkins, N. Y.

MRS. ETTA M. TELLER WHITBECK. 58017

Born in Kingston, N. V.

Wife of Lott Zabriskie Whitbeck.

Descendant of Luke Teller, Silas Betts, John Brill, and John Weyant.

Daughter of George Teller and Sophia E. Brill, his wife.

Granddaughter of William S. Teller and Esther M. Hoyt, his wife: Cyrenius
F. Brill and Janette Weyant, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of James Teller and Sarah Smith, his wife; William Hoyt
and Mary Betts. his wife; Vincent Weyant and Susan Farrington, his wife;
Henry J. Brill and Elizabeth Dennis, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Luke Teller and Sarah Snediker, his wife; Silas Betts
and Hannah Smith, his wife; Tobias Weyant and Jerusha Smith, his wife;
John Brill and Hannah Cornell, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Weyant and Hannali Rider, his wife.

Luke Teller (1740-89) served as a private in the 4th regiment,
Dutchess County militia. He died in Dutchess County, N. Y.

Also No. 54460.

Silas Betts (1753- 1842) served, 1776, as a private in Capt. Jabez
Gregory's company, Lieutenant-Colonel Mead's 9th regiment, Con-
necticut militia. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.

Also No. 23109.



b DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

John Brill served as a private in the 5th Dutchess County regiment.

He was born in Poquaque, N. Y.
John Weyant (1740-1804) served as a private in the 2nd regiment,

Orange County, New York militia. He was one of the signers of

the Revolutionary pledge. He was born in Orange County ; died in

Rockland County, X. Y.
Also Xo. 56576.

MISS ALICE DARE WATSON. 58018

Born in Bridgeton, X. J.

Descendant of Ensign Jonathan Fithian, of New Jersey.

Daughter of Edward F. Watson and Mary Elizabeth Banks, his wife.

Granddaughter of WilHam J. Banks and Mar,- Hay Dare, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of David Dayton Dare and Rebecca Fithian, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Fithian. Jr., and Mary Harris, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Fithian and Sarah Johnson, his wife.

Jonathan Fithian (1740-1815) served as ensign in the Cumberland
Countv, New Jersev militia, 17S1. He was born and died in Deer-
field, N. J.

Also No. 47924.

MISS M. LOUISE WATSON. 58019

Born in Bridgeton. X. J.

Descendant of Ensign Jonathan Fithian.

Daughter of Edward F. Watson and Mary Elizabeth Banks, his wife.

See No. 58018.

MRS. KATHARINE HAY NYE P.ARKER. 58020

Born in Xew York, X. Y.
Wife of George Parker.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. John Hay, John P. Crone, Lieut.-Col.

Alichael Schmeiser, and Hartman Deitsh.
Daughter of Francis Gushing Xye and Mary Jane Hay, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ale.xander Hay and Magdalena Ilgenfritz, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hay, Jr., and Susan Schmeiser, his wife; Daniel

Ilgenfritz and Elizabeth Deitsch, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hay and Juhana Maul, his 2nd wife; Michael

Schmeiser and Margaret Schmeiser, his wife; Hartman Deitsh and Catherine

Huebner, his wife; Samuel Ilgenfritz and Mary Magdelena Crone (b. 1769),

his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John P. Crone and Maria Elizabeth , his wife



LINEAGE BOOK. 9

John Hay (1733-1810) was a member of the Committee of Corre-
spondence, 1774, and of the Convention that framed the State Con-
stitution. He was born in Alsace, France ; died in York.

John P. Crone in 1775 served as private in the 6th company under
Captain Long, and in 1776 was in Capt. Jacob Beister's company,
New York County miHtia. He was born and died in York, Pa.

Alichael Schmeiser (1740-1810) was captain in Colonel Swope's regi-
ment at Fort Washington, where he was captured. After his re-
lease he served in the Assembly, 1778, and, 1779, was lieutenant-
colonel of the 3rd battalion, York County, Pennsylvania militia.

Hartman Deitsh (1750-1815) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Rudolph Speng-
ler's company; was in the "Flying Camp" of New Jersey, and took
part in the battle of Brooklyn Heights. He was born in Germany.

Also No. 48S95.

iMRS. HATTIE STEELE COLE. 58021

Born in Ilion, \. Y.

Wife of Charles Cole.

Descendant of George Getman and of Corp. John Getman.

Daughter of John R. Steele and Ruth Getman, his wife.

Granddaughter of Jacob Getman and Elizabeth Barringer, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Getman and Margaret Loukes, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Getman and Delia Shoemaker, his wife.

George Getman (1723-89) served in the New York militia under Col.

Jacob Klock. He was born and died in Stone Arabia, N. Y.
John Getman (1754-1806) served as private and corporal. He was

born in Tryon ; died in Montgomery County, N. Y.
Also No. 28917.



MRS. JULLA H. STANLEY LA BAU. 58022

Born in Craven County, N. C.

Wife of Francis La Bau.

Descendant of Dr. Chauncey Graham, Jr.

Daughter of Edward R. Stanley and Harriet Elizabeth Lull, his wife.

Granddaughter of Isaac Lull and Eliza Graham, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Chauncey Graham, Jr., and Sarah Merwin, his wife.

Chauncey Graham, Jr., served as surgeon in the Hospital Department,

New York troops. He removed to Murfreesboro, N. C, 1788,

where he died.
Also No. 31027.



10 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

MRS. FANXIE A. REINHARDT. 58023

Born in Catawba County, N. C.

Wife of J. E. Reinhardt.

Descendant of Jacob Forney and Francis McCorkle.

Daughter of Ezekiel Wilson and Sarah Selena McCorkle, his wife.

Granddaughter of Francis McCorkle, Jr., and Elizabeth Abernathy, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John D. Abernathy and Susan Forney, his wife; Francis
McCorkle and Elizabeth Brandon, his 2nd wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Forney and Maria Bergner, his wife.

Jacob Forney (1721-1806) was too old for active service. His sons — ■
Jacob, Peter, and Abraham — were gallant officers. He signed the
Association Test. He was born in France ; died in Lincoln County,
N. C.

Also No. 44610.

Francis McCorkle (1745-1802) was a soldier in the Revolutionary
War and served on the Committee of Safety of Rowan County,
X. C. He was born in Scotland ; died in Salisbury, N. C.

Also No. 47336.

MRS. C.\RLOTTA THOMPSON BROWN. 58024

Born in Hardin County, Iowa.

Wife of Henry Andrew Brown.

Descendant of Robert McKee and of Abner Hollister.

Daughter of Francis Edward Thompson and Lydia Andress, his wife.

Granddaughter of Seymour Thompson and Betsy McKee, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Francis McKee and Margaret Hollister, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert McKee and Hollister, his wife; Abner

Hollister and Sarah Betty Hollister, his wife.
Robert McKee (1754-1826) was placed on the pension roll, 1818, for

service as minute man in the Connecticut Line. He was born in

Hartford.
Abner Hollister (1754-1813) in 1775 was a soldier in the Canadian

campaign. He was captured on the march to Quebec, but escaped,

and after much suffering in the pathless wilderness reached home.

He died at Cato, Cayuga County, N. Y.
Also No. 10462.

MRS. ALICE HOPKINS DAVIS. 58025

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wife of Richard Fillmore Davis.

Descendant of Governor Stephen Hopkins, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of Joel Strawn Hopkins and Mary Arpha Howarth, his 2nd wife.



LINEAGE BOOK.



Granddaughter of Henry Elliott Hopkins and Rebecca Strawn, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Hopkins and Mary Rodman, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Rufus Hopkins (b. 1727) and Sarah Olney, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Hopkins and Sarah Scott, his wife, m. 1726.

Stephen Hopkins (1707-85) was a delegate to the ist Continental
Congress and Signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was
active for the public good throughout his life. He was bom in
Scituate; died in Providence, R. I.

Also Nos. 23968, 25869.



MISS SUSAN EYRE DORAN. . 58026

Born in Bucks County, Pa.

Descendant of Stacy Doran.

Daughter of William Shreve Doran and Mary Eyre, his wife.

Granddaughter of Stacy Doran and Mary Shreve, his 2nd wife.

Stacy Doran served as private in the Burlington County, New Jersey

militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Philadelphia, Pa.



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