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PREFACE.

THE Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of Amer-
ica was incorporated December 29th, 1891. It stands,
therefore, as regards the date of its formation, second upon
the roll of the State societies, and was one of the five that
met in convention at Wilmington, Delaware, in May, 1892, to
organize the National Federation.

While the requirements for membership have remained
substantially the same from the first, some important modifi-
cations have been made from time to time, both by the
National Conventions and by the several State organizations.
Thus, the original Constitution of the Maryland Society
recognized the date of the cessation of hostilities, April nth,
1783, as the close of the colonial period, and accepted services
rendered before that date as affording a valid claim to mem-
bership. At a meeting of the Maryland society, held March
3d, 1894, it was decided that the Declaration of Independence
ought to be taken as the actual conclusion of the colonial
period, and the date July 3d, 1776, was established as the limit
of eligible service. This modification was proposed, as an
amendment to the Constitution, in the National Council of
1894, and, after lying over, under the rules, until the next
meeting, was formally adopted by the National Council
of 1896.

At the Council which convened in Washington, January,
1893, it was decided that each State society should form its
own eligibility list in accordance with the conditions sub-
sisting in the respective States during the colonial period,
provided that such lists should be in accordance with the
laws of the General Society. Availing themselves of their
right, under this provision, the various State societies have
deemed it advisable to modify their original eligibility lists
in a number of instances, and in this way a certain amount of
confusion has necessarily arisen. A further element of
confusion consists in the fact that, in the earlier days of the



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Society's existence, claims were often presented based on
services rendered in States, in which as yet no local society
had been formed, and, in passing upon such claims, no other
guide was at hand than the somewhat general provisions of
the Constitution.

The Maryland Society has always endeavored scrupulously
to maintain the standard set up by the National Society and
by the local organizations composing it, and, in case of every
application for membership, has rigidly adhered to the regu-
lations in force at the time such application was presented.
It has, however, been considered unadvisable, in presenting
this record of the qualifications of its members, to designate
especially those cases which, in consequence of subsequent
modifications in the eligibility lists, would not accord with
the conditions existing at present. Such a procedure would
seem to lend, to regulations more recently adopted, some-
thing of the nature of an ex post facto operation, and might,
it is feared, lead to unfair discrimination. At the same time,
the Maryland Society, in thus defining its own position,
expressly disclaims all desire to criticise the action of any of
its sister societies in this particular, feeling confident that
all alike are working in thorough harmony for the general
welfare.

The simple and convenient system of arrangement, followed

by the Society of Colonial Wars in its Year Books, seems to

offer so many advantages that it has been adopted without

modification in the present volume. The historical and

genealogical work has been done by Dr. Christopher Johnston

of the Johns Hopkins University. He has devoted to it much

time and labor, and has striven to insure the highest attainable

degree of accuracy. In presenting this book, therefore to the

members of the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of

America, the committee to whose charge the preparation of

the work has been entrusted, consider that it can be safely

accepted as an authority by all students of Maryland history

and genealogy.

Eliza R. Beall.

Mary Tilghman.

Helen West Ridgely.

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OFFICERS.

OF THE

MARYLAND SOCIETY

OF THE

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA.

President,
MRS. FREDERICK von KAPFF.

First Vice-President,
MRS. WILLIAM REED.

Second Vice-President,
MRS. CHARLES MARSHALL.

Recording Secretary,
MRS. EDWARD SHIPPEN.

Corresponding Secretary^
MRS. JOHN THOMSON MASON.

Treasidrer,
MRS. 'HENRY W. ROGERS.

Registrar,
MRS. E. S. BEALL.

Historian,
MISS MARY TILGHMAN.

Managers :
MRS. J. J. JACKSON.
MRS. NICHOLAS G. PENNIMAN.
MRS. JOSEPH KING.
MISS MARY S. HALL.
MRS. JOHN THOMSON MASON.
MRS. J. PEMBROKE THOM.

Advisory Board:
COLONEL CHARLES MARSHALL.
HENRY F. THOMPSON, Esq. *

DOUGLAS 'H. THOMAS, Esq.
DR. CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON.

Genealogist,
DR. CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON.

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OFFICERS

OF THE

MARYLAND SOCIETY
FROM ITS ORGANIZATION,

BLBCTBD. President,

1891. MRS. FREDERICK von KAPFF.

First Vice-President,
1891. MRS. WILLIAM REED.

Second Vice-Presidents :
1891. MRS. RICHARD BAYARD.
1894. MRS. EUGENE BLACKFORD.
1896. MRS. CHARLES MARSHALL.

Third Vice-President,
1891. MRS. EUGENE BLACKFORD.

Fourth Vice-President,
1891. MRS. CHARLES RIDGELY, of Hampton.

Recording Secretaries :
1891. MRS. EDWARD SHIPPEN.

1896. MRS. J. J. JACKSON.

1897. MRS. EDWARD SHIPPEN.

Corresponding Secretaries :
1891. MRS. HENRY DIDIER.
1893. MRS. ROBERT ATKINSON.

1893. *MRS. GEORGE R. GOLDSBOROUGH.

1894. MRS. D. GIRAUD WRIGHT.

1898. MRS. JOHN THOMPSON MASON.

Treasurers :
1891. MRS. JOSEPH KING.

1893. MRS. ALEXANDER GORDON.

1894. MRS. HENRY W. ROGERS.

Registrar,



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Historians :
1891. MISS MARY W. MILNOR.
1893. MISS MARY TILGHMAN.



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ELECTED. Managers :

1891. MRS. HORATIO WHITRIDGE.
1891. MISS MARIAN HOWARD.
1891. MRS. IREDELL IGLEHART.
1891. MRS. WINFIELD J. TAYLOR.
1891. MRS. CHARLES D. FISHER.
1891. MRS. ROBERT ATKINSON.
1891. MRS. GEORGE R. GOLDSBOROUGH.
1891. MRS. OUTERBRIDGE HORSEY.

1891. MRS. DOUGLAS H, THOMAS.

1891. MRS. CHARLES MARSHALL.

1891. MRS. DUNCAN CAMPBELL.

1891. MISS MARY TILGHMAN.

1891. MISS AMELIE de PAU FOWLER.

1891. MRS. ALEXANDER GORDON.

1893. MRS. EUGENE BLACKFORD.

1893. MRS. CHARLES RIDGELY, of Hamptom.

1893. MRS. D. GIRAUD WRIGHT.

1893. MRS. HENRY DIDIER.

1893. MRS. JOSEPH KING.

1893. MRS. JAMES W. WILSON.

1894. MRS. RICHARD BAYARD.
1894. MRS. EDWARD SHIPPEN.
1894. MRS. WILLIAM B. WILSON.
1894. MRS. HENRY W. ROGERS.
1894. MRS. FRANK P. CLARK.

1894. MRS. NICHOLAS G. PENNIMAN.

1894. MRS. J. J. JACKSON.

1895. MISS MARY S. HALL.

1895. MRS. JOHN THOMSON MASON.

1896. MISS IDA BRENT.

1896, MRS. THOMAS CHATARD.

1896. MRS. AUSTEN JENKINS.

1897. MRS. JOHN RIDGELY, of Hampton.

1898. MRS. J. PEMBROKE THOM.

Advisory Board:

1896. COLONEL CHARLES MARSHALL.

1896. HENRY F. THOMPSON, Esq.

1896. DOUGLAS H. THOMAS, Esq.

1896. DR. CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON.

Genealogist,

1893. DR. CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON.



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INCORPORATORS.

Dec^mrer 29, 1891.

MRS. FREDERICK von KAPFF.
MRS. WILLIAM REED.
MRS. RICHARD BAYARD.
MRS. EUGENE BLACKFORD.
MRS. HORATIO WHITRIDGE.
MRS. EDWARD S. BEALL.
MRS. JOSEPH KING.
MRS. HENRY DIDIER.
MRS.ROBERT ATKINSON.



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LIST OF MEMBERS.

The degrees of descent, as here given, include the descendant.



Allen, Mrs. Ethan (Eliza Qagett).

Eighth in descent from Augustine Herman.

Sixth in descent from James Frisby.

Sixth in descent from Judge John Brice.

Sixth in descent from Dr. Charles Carroll.

Sixth in descent from Zachariah Maccubbin.

Ninth in descent from Edward Lloyd L

Eighth in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd.

Armistead, Miss Fannie Carter.

Sixth in descent from John Armistead.
Fifth in descent from Colonel John Baylor.
Seventh in descent from Hon. Lewis Burwell.
Seventh in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh.

Armstrong, Miss Mary Hughes.

Fifth in descent from Colonel John Armstrong.
Ninth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Schlichtenhorst
Eighth in descent from Captain Philip Pieterse Schuyler.
Eighth in descent from Colonel Peter Schuyler.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Robert Livingston.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Henry Beekman L
Sixth in descent from Colonel Henry Beekman II.

Assbeton, Mrs. TITilliam Herbert (Juliet Wilson Wheelwright).
Sixth in descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Wheelwright
Seventh in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright.
Eighth in descent from Colonel Samuel Wheelwright.
Ninth in descent from Rev. John Wheelwright.
Eighth in descent from Captain James Davis.
Seventh in descent from Major Charles Frost.
Seventh in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel William Pep-

perrell.
Sixth in descent from Lieutenant Pelatiah Whittemore.
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LIST OF MSMBBRS.

Atkinson, Mrs. Isaac Edmondson (VirginiaiDuval).
Fourth in descent from Thomas Hawkins.

Atkinson^ Mrs. Matthew S.

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Waller.
Fifth in descent from Rev. John Camm.

Adunsony Mrs. Robert (Laura Robinson).

Fourth in descent from Charles Willson Pcale.
Eighth in descent from John Brewer.

BasSy Mrs. John M. (Mary Wharton Berry.)

Sevfiafth in descent from Captain Thomas Clagett
Seventh in descent from John Dorscy.

BatemaUy Mrs. James M. H. (Elizabeth Tench Goldsborough.)
Seventh in descent from Dr. Richard Tilghman.
Sixth in descent from Hon. Richard Tilghman.
Fifth in descent from Hon. Matthew Tilghman.
Fourth in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Tench Tilgh-
man.
Eighth in descent from Edward Lloyd I.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd.
Eighth in descent from Captain James Neale.
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Goldsborough.
Sixth in descent from Tench Francis.

Batr6y Mrs. Alfred (Hortense Addison).

Seventh in descent from Colonel John Addison.
Sixth in descent from Colonel Thomas Addison.
Eighth in descent from Richard Smith.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Walter Smith.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Samuel Young.
Sixth in descent from Hpn. Daniel Dulany.
Fifth in descent from Walter Dulany.
Sixth in descent from Richard Grafton.

Baughman, Mrs. Mary Jane.

Seventh in descent from Governor Robert Brooke.
Seventh in descent from Captain James Neale.
Eighth in descent from Governor Edward Digges.
Seventh in descent from Governor William Digges.
Eighth in descent from Henry Sewall.

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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Fourth in descent from Colonel John Eager Howard.

Ninth in descent from John Chew.

Eighth in descent from Samuel Chew.

Sixth in descent from Samuel Chew, M. D.

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Chew.

Sixth in descent from Rev. Thomas Airey.

Twelfth in descent from Captain Edmund Scarburgh.

Eleventh in descent from Colonel Edmund Scarburgh.

Tenth in descent from Major- General John Custis.

Ninth in descent from Colonel John Custis.

Tenth in descent from Sir George Yeardley.

Ninth in descent from Colonel Argall Yeardley.

Eighth in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel John West.

Seventh in descent from John Teackle.

Seventh in descent from Charles Carroll.

Seventh in descent from Colonel John Thompson.

Eighth in descent from Augustine Herman.

Ninth in descent from Colonel Henry Damall.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett (Ellen Howard).

Third in descent from Colonel John Eager Howard.

Eighth in descent from John Chew.

Se r en t h in descent from Samuel Chew.

Fifth in descent from Samuel Chew, M. D.

Fourth in descent from Benjamin Chew.

Fifth in descent from Rev. Thomas Airey.

Eleventh in descent from Captain Edmund Scarburgh.

Tenth in descent from Colonel Edmund Scarburgh.

Ninth in descent from Major-General John Custis.

Eighth in descent from Colonel John Custis.

Ninth in descent from Sir George Yeardley.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Argall Yeardley.

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant- Colonel John West

Sixth in descent from John Teackle.

Betlly Mrs. Edward Sinclair (Eliza Rebecca Winn).
Seventh in descent from Joseph Winn.
Fourth in descent from Timothy Winn.
Sixth in descent from Daniel Dulany I.
Fifth in descent from Daniel Dulany II.
Eighth in descent from Richard Smith.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Walter Smith.
Eighth in descent from Richard Hall.
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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Seventh in descent from Captain Thomas Tasker.
Sixth in descent from Hon. Benjamin Tasker.
Seventh in descent from William Bladen.
Sixth in descent from Zachariah Maccubbin.
Sixth in descent from Dr. Charles Carroll.
Ninth in descent from Edward Lloyd I.
Eighth in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd.
Ninth in descent from Captain James Neale.
Ninth in descent from Robert Ridgely.
Seventh in descent from Charles Ridgely.
Ninth in descent from Colonel John Dorsey.
Seventh in descent from Captain Richard Hill.

BetU, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Ninian Beall.

Tenth in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke.

Ninth in descent from Major Thomas Brooke.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke.

Seventh in descent from Thomas Brooke, Jr.

Ninth in descent from Richard Smith.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Walter Smith.

Ninth in descent from Richard Hall.

Fifth in descent from Governor Samuel Ogle.

Seventh in descent from Captain Thomas Tasker.

Sixth in descent from Hon. Benjamin Tasker.

Seventh in descent from William Bladen.

Eighth in descent from Dr. Richard Tilghman.

Seventh in descent from Colonel Richard Tilghman.

Sixth in descent from Richard Tilghman IIL

Ninth in descent from Edward Lloyd I.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Philemon Lloyd.

Ninth in descent from Captain James Neale.

Ninth in descent from Honorable Henry Sewall.

Eighth in descent from Major Nicholas Sewall.

Seventh in descent from Captain Peregrine Frisby.

Ninth in descent from Colonel William Burgess.

Eighth in descent from Joseph Winn.

Fifth in descent from Timothy Winn.

Seventh in descent from Daniel Dulany I.

Sixth in descent from Daniel Dulany IL

Seventh in descent from Zachariah Maccubbin.

Seventh in descent from Dr. Charles Carroll.

Tenth in descent from Robert Ridgely.

Eighth in descent from Charles Ridgely.

Tenth in descent from Colonel John Dorsey.

Eighth in descent from Captain Richard Hill.

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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Beasten, Mrs. Charles (Ella Bums).
Ninth in descent from John Avery.
Eighth in descent from Hercules Sheppeard.
Seventh in descent from Simon Kollock.
Sixth in descent from James Tybout.

Beckwith, Mrs. Franklin H. (Nannie Lawrence Kerfoot.)
Ninth in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke.
Eighth in descent from Majo-r Thomas Brooke.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke.
Eighth in descent from Colonel John Addison I.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Addison.
Ninth in descent from Richard Smith.
Eighth in descent from Colonel Walter Smith.
Sixth in descent from William Murdock.
Fifth in descent from Colonel Joseph Sim.
Fourth in descent from Roger Nelson.

Belknap, Mrs. Charles (Fanny Wheelwright).

Sixth in descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Wheelwright.

Seventh in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Samuel Wheelwright.

Ninth in descent from Rev. John Wheelwright.

Eighth in descent from Captain James Davis.

Seventh in descent from Major Charles Frost.

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant- Colonel William Pep-

perrell.
Sixth in descent from from Lieutenant Pelatiah Whitte-

more.
Ninth in descent from Jeremy Houchin.

Belt, Mrs. Alfred Mcgill (Ariana Teresa Trail).

Eighth in descent from Major-General John Hammond.

Birckhead, Mrs. James, Jr. (Elizabeth Macaulay).

Third in descent from Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Thorn-
burgh.

*Black, Mrs. Charles H. (Elizabeth Merryman).
Fourth in descent from. John Merryman.
Sixth in descent from Captain Darby Lux.
Fifth in descent from Colonel Darby Lux.
Sixth in descent from Dr. George Buchanan.
Eighth in descent from Honorable James Saunders.

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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Blackfordy Mrs. Eugene (Rebecca Chapman Gordon).
Seventh in descent from William Biddle I.
Fourth in descent from Colonel Clement Biddle.
Fifth in descent from Honorable Gideon Cornell.
Seventh in descent from Colonel William Fitzhugh.
Eighth in descent from William Freeborn.
Seventh in descent from Gideon Freeborn.
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hazard.
Eighth in descent from George Lawton.
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen.



Blackistony Mrs. A. Hooton (Elizabeth Price Smith Pearre).

Eighth in descent from Richard Smith.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Walter Smith.
Sixth in descent from Walter Smith, Jr.
Fifth in descent from Dr. Clement Smith.
Eighth in descent from Richard Hall.
Ninth in descent from Hon. Henry Sewall.
Eighth in descent from Major Nicholas Sewall.
Ninth in descent from Colonel William Burgess.
Ninth in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke.
Eighth in descent from Major Thomas Brooke.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke.
Fifth in descent from Colonel Thomas Price.
Seventh in descent from Captain John Worthingrton.

Blackwell, Mrs. Josiah Low (Helen B. Campbell).
Eighth in descent from William Biddle I.
Seventh in descent from William Biddle II.
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Scull.
Fifth in descent from Captain William Lytle.

Bond, Mrs. Hugh Lennox, Jr. (Jessie Van Rensselaer Beale.)
Sixth in descent from Colonel John Wainwright
Seventh in descent from Casparus Couyn I.
Sixth in descent from Casparus Couyn II.

Boone, Mrs. Daniel A. (Melanie Carroll.)

Eighth in descent from Colonel Henry Damall.
Eighth in descent from Charles Carroll.
Tenth in descent from William Mitchell.

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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards (Jane Hall Maulsby Ritchie).
Ninth in descent from Colonel Ninian Beall.
Eighth in descent from Colonel William Burgess.
Seventh in descent from Captain Thomas Qagett.
Seventh in descent from James Edmondstone.
Sixth in descent from David Lynn.
Eighth in descent from Thomas Dent.
Ninth in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke.
Eighth in descent from Major Thomas Brooke.
Seventh in descent from Colonel Thomas Brooke.
Sixth in descent from Alexander Contee.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Eighth in descent from Captain George Brent.

Ninth in descent from Honorable Florentius Seymour.

Ninth in descent from Captain James Neale.

Ninth in descent from Honorable Henry Sewall.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Jesse Wharton.

Seventh in descent from Colonel Edward Dorsey.

Fourth in descent from John Lawrence.

Fifth in descent from Jonathan Hager.

Eighth in descent from Joshua Doyne.

Ninth in descent from Cuthbert Fenwick.

Fifth in descent from Colonel Ignatius Fenwick.

Eighth in descent from Michael Taney.

Ninth in descent from Acting Governor Robert Brooke.

Eighth in descent from Roger Brooke.

Ninth in descent from Hon. John Pile.

Brent, Miss Nanine Maria.

Eighth in descent from Captain George Brent
Ninth in descent from Honorable Henry Sewall.
Eighth in descent from Colonel Jesse Wharton.
Ninth in descent from Governor Florentius Seymour.
Eighth in descent from Joshua Doyne.
Ninth in descent from Captain James Neale.

Brooke, Mrs. John (Esther Willing Brooke).
Fifth in descent from Captain James Hunter.
Fourth in descent from Captain Benjamin Brooke.

Brooks, Mrs. Walter B., Jr. (Fanny Land Bonsai).

Seventh in descent from John Bethel.
Seventh in descent from William Roscoe, Jr.

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LIST OF MEMBERS.

Brown, Mrs. Arthur George (Mary Elizabeth Alricks).
Sixth in descent from Peter Alricks.
Fourth in descent from Honorable John Forbes,

Brown, Miss Ellen Sidney.

Fifth in descent from Colonel William Buchanan.

Brown, Miss Llzinka Campbell.

Eighth in descent from William Bladen.

Seventh in descent from Honorable Benjamin Tasker.

Fifth in descent from Thomas Polk.

Sixth in descent from Philemon Hawkins.

Browne, Mrs. Samuel Tracy (Mary Wheelwright).

Sixth in descent from Lieutenant Jeremiah Wheelwright

Seventh in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright.

Eighth in descent from Colonel Samuel Wheelwright.

Ninth in descent from Rev. John Wheelwright.

Eighth in descent from Captain James Davis.

Seventh in descent from Major Charles Frost.

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant- Colonel William Pep-

perrell.
Sixth in descent from Lieutenant Pelatiah Whittemorc.
Ninth in descent from Jeremy Houchin.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sidney.

Fourth in descent from Colonel William Buchanan.

Fourth in descent from John Smith.

Fifth in descent from Samuel Smith.

Fourth in descent from James Calhoun.

Sixth in descent from Richard Gist.

Fourth in descent from Dabney Carr.

Fifth in descent from Colonel Peter Jefferson.

Sixth in descent from Captain Thomas Jefferson.

Tenth in descent from Christopher Branch.

Seventh in descent from Major Peter Field.

Eighth in descent from Henry Soane.

Sixth in descent from Colonel I sham Randolph.

Seventh in descent from William Randolph.

Eighth in descent from Captain Henry Isham.


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