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1673-1710. Attorney-Gen-
eral and Treasurer of Vir-
ginia. Speaker of the
House of Burgesses.
Woodruff, Mrs. George-C.

Harrison, Benjamin, IV.,

1744. Member of

the Virginia House of
Burgesses.
Woodruff, Mrs. George C.

Harrison, Benjamin, V.,
1726-1791. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1764. Member of
Congress, 1774-78. Gov-
ernor of Virginia. Signer
of the Declaration of In-
dependence.
Woodruff, Mrs. George C.

Harrison, Burr, 1637-1710.

Member of the Virginia

House of Burgesses, 1699.

Cottman, Mrs. Clarence.

Powell, Miss Sarah Harrison.

Harrison, Honorable Na-
thaniel, 1 6 7 7-1 7 2 7.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1706.



Member of Council, 1713-
27. County Lieutenant,
Surrey and Prince George
counties, 1715. Auditor-
General, Naval officer for
the Lower James, 1713.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Hartshorne, Richard, 1641-
. One of the pro-
prietors of East Jersey,
1682. A Deputy in Gov-
ernor Lawne's Council,

1684. Member of the As-
sembly from Middletown,

1685. Speaker of the As-
sembly, 1687-98. Member
of Governor B a s s e' s
Council from 1698 to the
surrender of the Govern-
ment to the Crown.

Smith, Mrs. Thomas Marsh.

Hatton, William, 1630-1713.

Burgess, St. Mary's Co.,

1671-75.
Leakin, Miss Margaret Dob-

bin.
Sioussat, Mrs. Albert WiUis.

Hawkins, Captain Henry,

1699. Justice, Charles

Co., 1687-1694; Burgess,
1688-1692; Commissioned
Captain of Horse, Charles
Co. Militia, 30 July, 1694.
Jenkins, Mrs. E. Austin.

Hawkins, John, 1656-1717.
Justice, Talbot Co., 1694.
Justice of the Provincial
Court, 1698. Burgess,
Queen A n n e' s Co.,
1714-17 .
Chatard, Mrs. Thomas M.

Hawkins, Philemon,

1801. High Sheriff, Gran-
ville Co., N. C, 1757.
Brown, Miss Lizinka Camp-
bell.

Hawkins, Thomas. Member
of Frederick Co. Com-



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mittee of Observation,

1775.
Atkinson, Mrs, Isaac Ed-
mondson.

Hazard, Jonathan. Magis-
trate of Newtown, L. I.,
1673; member of the
Court of Overseers, 1675-
77; Commissioner of the
Town Court, 1684-87.
Duke, Mrs. Basil,

Hazard, Thomas. Schepen
of Middleborough, Dele-
gate to the Convention at
New Amsterdam, 1653.
Thorn, Mrs, J, Pembroke,
Duke, Mrs, Basil,

Hazard, Thomas, 1610-1680.
One of the nine who set-
tled Newport, R. I., 1639.
Member of the General
Court of Elections, 1640.

Blackford, Mrs, Eugene.

Poultney, Mrs. Arthur E.

Henderson, Samuel, 1700-
1784. High SherifiE of
Granville Co., N. C. 1750.
Mercer, Mrs. Carroll,

Henley, Captain Robert,

1684. Justice,

Charles Co., 1659; Bur-
gess, 1676.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne,

Herkimer, Lieutenant
Hansyoost, —1775. Lieu-
tenant, New York Pro-
vincial Forces, 1733-
Christopher, Mrs. John G,

Herman, Colonel Augus-
tine, 1605-1686. First
Lord of Bohemia Manor,
Cecil Co. One of the
"Nine Men" of New Am-
sterdam, 1647-50. Am-
bassador from New Am-
sterdam to Rhode Island,
1652, and to Maryland
and Virginia, 1659. Mem-
ber of the Council of



Maryland, and Colonel of
Militia. Commissioner to
treat with the Indians,
1678.

Allen, Mrs. Ethan.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard,

Herter, Captain Henry,
1730-1822. Served in the
French and Indian Wars.
Was made captive by the
Indians and carried to
Canada.
Christopher, Mrs, John G,

Heyward, Captain Thomas,
1700-1738. Captain in the
Provincial service, and
Commander of Fort
Johnson, South Carolina.
Taylor, Mrs, Winfield J.

Heyward, Judge Thomas,
1746-1809. Captain of the
Charleston Ancient Bat-
talion of Artillery. Mem-
ber of the Council of
Safety, 1775- Member of
the first Revolutionary
Assembly in the Province.
Signer of the Declaration
of Independence.
Taylor, Mrs, Winfield J.

Hill, Colonel Edward,
1632- 1700. , Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1676. Member of
Council, 1688.
Carter, Miss Mary Coles,

Hill, Captain Richard.
Burgess, Anne Arundel
Co., 1681-89, '94-99, and
Chief Judge of theXoun-
ty Court, 1686. Captam
of Anne Arundel Co.
Militia until 1689.

Winn, Miss Mary.

Penniman, Mrs. Nicholas ix.

Penniman, Miss Rebecca.

Turfibull, Mrs. John 0.

Washburn, Mrs, Charles W,

Preston, Mrs. /. Alexander.

Carroll, Miss Sally Wethered.

Ridgely, Mrs. Charles.



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BeaU, Mrs, Edward Sinclair,
Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

HoBART, Edmund, 1570-1646,
Hingham, Mass. Repre-
sentative, 1639-42.
Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.
Robbins, Mrs. Henry S.

HoLLiDAY, John Robert,
1747-1801. High Sheriff,
Baltimore Co., 1770.
SemmeSf Mrs. John E.

HoLLiDAY, Colonel Thomas,
1703. Justice, Cal-
vert Co., 1690-94.
Zunts, Miss Sue Howard.

HoLLYDAY, James, 1695- 1747.
Treasurer Eastern Shore,
Md., 1726-1739 ; of Coun-
cil, 1735. Naval Officer
Port of Oxford.
Semple, Mrs. Percy.

HOLLINGSWORTH, H E N R Y,

1664-1721. Member of As-
sembly, New Castle Co.,
Del., 1695. Deputy Mas-
ter of the Rolls, 1700.
Surveyor of Cecil Co.,
Md., 1712.

Simpson, Mrs. Edward.

Manly, Mrs. L. Tyson.

HOLLINGSWORTH, VALENTINE.

Member of the Assem-
blv. New Castle Co., Del.,
1683, '87, '95. Justice,
1695.

Simpson, Mrs. Edward.

Manly, Mrs. L. Tyson.

Hooper, General Henry,

1790. Member of

Assembly, Dorchester
Co., 1775. Member of
Council of Safety, 1775.
Brigadier-General, Lower
District, Eastern Shore of
Maryland, 1776.
Presstman, Mrs. Benjamin.



tive and Speaker of Colo-
nial Assembly of Connec-
ticut, member of Colonial
Council. Judge of Su-
preme Court.
Goddard, Mrs. Henry P,

Hooker, Rev. Thomas, 1586-
1647. Pastor of Church
at Newtown, Mass., 1633;
removed, 1636, to Hart-
ford. One of founders of
Connecticut.
Goddard, Mrs. Henry P.

HoPKiNsoN, Thomas, 1709-
1751. Member of Coun-
cil, Province of Pennsyl-
vania, 1747. First Presi-
dent of the American
Philosophical Society,

1743-
Smith, Miss Josephine Hop-

kinson.
Redwood, Mrs. Frank T.

Horsmanden, W a r h a m.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1657-
58, and member of Coun-
cil, 1658.

PouUney, Mrs. Arthur E.

McCandlish, Miss Evelyn
Byrd.

Minor, Miss Mary Willis.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Hosmer, Stephen, 1645-1693.
Hartford, Conn. Deputy
to the General Cotut,
1692, and for many years
previously.
Winchester, Mrs. H. Carroll.

Hosmer, Thomas, 1602-1687.
One of the founders of
Hartford, 1636, and left
money towards the found-
ing of the first free school
there. Deputy to the Gen-
eral Court for several
terms.
Winchester, Mrs. H. Carroll.



Hooper, Honorable John, Hosmer, Captain Thomas,

1695 . Representa- 1675-1732. Commission-

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ed Captain of the South
Side Company, in the
town of Hartford, May,
1721.
Winchester, Mrs, H. Carroll.

HosMER, Honorable Titus,
1737-1780. Representa-
tive in the General As-
sembly, 1773-78. Speaker
of the House, 1777. Mem-
ber of Congress and sign-
ed the Articles of Confed-
eration, 1778. One of the
, three Judges of the U. S.
Court of Appeals, 1780.
Winchester, Mrs. H. Carroll.

HoucHiN, Jeremy, 1670.

Representative fromHing-
ham, Mass., 1651-59; from
Salisbury, 1663.

Belknap, Mrs. Charles.

Browne, Mrs. Samuel Tracy.

Assheton, Mrs. William Her-
bert.

Hough, Richard, 1705.

Member of Assembly,
1684, '88, '90, '97. '99.
1^00, 1704. Member of
Council, 1692- 1700.
Hough, Miss Ethel.

Howard Edmund, 1713.

Justice, Somerset Co.,
1689. Clerk of Charles
Co.
Zunts, Miss Sue Howard.

Howard, Colonel John
Eager, 1752-1827. Cap-
tain, 2d Battalion, Mary-
land Flying Camp, June,
1776. Major of 4th Mary-
land Regiment, 1778.
Lieutenant-Colonel, 5th
Maryland, 1778. Award-
ed a medal by Congress
for gallant conduct at the
battle of Cowpens, 17^1.
Member of Congress.
Governor of Maryland.
U. S. Senator.

Bayard, Miss EUen Howard.

Howard, Miss Marian Gilmor.



Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett,
King, Mrs, Joseph.
Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-

elstcm,
Ridgely, Mrs. Charles.
Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Howe, Thomas. Burgess,
Calvert Co., 1704-08.
Penniman, Mrs. George Dob-
bin.

Howell, Edward, 1584-1656,
Lynn, Mass. Removed to
Southampton, L. I., 1639.
AssisUnt, i647-53» Con-
necticut Colony.

Chaiard, Mrs. Thomas M.

Williams, Miss Rebecca Dal-
rymple.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Howell, Jacob, 1687-1768.
Delegate to Provincial
Assembly of Pennsylva-
nia, 1752.
Griswold, Miss Ellen Howell.

Howell, Major John, 1625-
1696, Southampton, L. I.
Deputy, 1662-64. In com-
mand against the Dutch.
Major of Horse, 1684.

Chatard, Mrs. Thomas M.

Williams, Miss Rebecca Dal-
rymple.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Howell, Major Joseph,
1750- 1 798. Captain in At-
lee's Battalion, Wayne's
Brigade, Pennsylvania
Line, 1776. Wounded
and taken prisoner at bat-
tle of Long Island. Sub-
sequently Paymaster and
Major, U. S. A.
Griswold, Miss Ellen Howell.

Humfrey, Honorable John,
1595-1661. One of the orig-
inal patentees Colony of
Massachusetts Bay, 1627 ;
Deputy Governor, 1630.
Member of the Ancient
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Company, 1641. First
Major-General of the Col-
ony. With the Governor
and others, appointed by
the Court " to take order
for a college" at Cam-
bridge.

Stewart, Mrs, David.

Hamilton^ Mrs. W. T.

Hunt, Lieutenant-Colonel
Abraham, 1739-1821.
Lieutenant-C o 1 o n e 1 of
Colonel Isaac Smith's
First Regiment, Hunter-
don Co., N. J., militia.
Thorn, Mrs. J. Pembroke.
Duke, Mrs. Basil.

Hunt, Lieutenant Ralph,
164O-1677. Commissioned
Lieutenant of Long Is-
land Militia, 21 April,
1665. Patentee of New-
town, L. I.; Magistrate,
Surveyor, Indian Lands,
1663-64.
Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar,
Thorn, Mrs. J. Pembroke.
Duke, Mrs. Basil.

Hunter, Captain James,
1711-1782. Captain, Ches-
ter Co., Pennsylvania As-
sociators, 1747-48. Jus-
tice of the Peace, and
Judge of the Common
Pleas, Chester Co., 1764-
70.
Brooke, Mrs, John.

HuTCHiNs, Captain Francis,

1698. Justice for

Calvert Co., 1689. Bur-
gess, 1682-85, *94-97.

Fisher, Mrs. Charles D.

Simpson, Mrs. Edward.

Roberts, Mrs. John B.

Manly, Mrs. L. Tyson.

Hough, Miss Ethel.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.



83, 1694-97; High SheriflF,
1670.
Shippen, Mrs. Edward,

Hynson, Thomas, 1620-1667.
Clerk of Kent Co., 1652;
Burgess, 1654-1660; Higli
SheriflF of the County,
1655.
Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

IsHAM, Captain Henry. Cap-
tain of Militia, and High
SheriflF of Henrico Co.,
Va., 1668-69.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Mrs. Wilson Miles.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Izard, Honorable Ralph.
Member of South Caro-
lina Assembly, 1716-20.
Member of Proprietary
Council, 1719. Attorney-
General, 1737.
Morris, Miss Elizabeth M.

Jackson, Edward, 1605-1681.
Deputy from Cambridge
to the General Court,
Colony of Massachusetts
Bay, 1647-1662. Left by
his will a large gift of land
to Harvard College.
HaU, Miss Elisabeth Ward,
Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

Jacquett, Governor Jean
Paul, 16 — 17—, New
Castle, Del. Governor of
New Sweden under Gren-
e r a 1-G o v e r n o r Peter
Stuyvesant, 1655-57. Jus-
tice of New Castle, 1676-
78.

Reed, Mrs. William.

McJlvain, Miss Elizabeth
Gunning.



Hynson, Colonel John, James, Captain John, 1720-

1705. Justice, Kent 1778. Captain of Militia,

Co., 1674; Burgess, 1681- Prince William Co., Va.,

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1755 ; Captain, Fauquier

Co. Militia, 1759.
Wilson, Mrs, WiUiam B.
Wilson, Miss Emma.
Wilson, Miss Ella C,

Janney, Thomas, 1696.

Member of the Council of
Pennsylvania, 1^-86.
Manly, Mrs. L. Tyson.

Jarboe, Colonel John, 1619-
1674. Justice, St Mary's
Co., 1663-65; High
SheriflF, 1667-68, '70-72;
Burgess, 1674-75. Com-
missioned Lieutenant, St.
Mary's Co. Militia, 15
March, 1658; Lieutenant-
Colonel, 31 Oct., 1660.

Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.

Jefferson, Colonel Peter,
1708-1757. High Sheriff
of Goochland Co., Va,,
1739-40- Lieutenant-Col-
onel of Albemarle Co.,
1745; Colonel, 1752. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, 1755.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Mrs. Wilson Miles.

Cory, Miss Jane Margaret.

Jefferson, Captain Thomas,
1^9-1731. Justice of Hen-
rico Co., Va,, 1706-1718,
and High SheriflF, 1718-19.
Captain in the County
Militia, 1708.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Mrs. Wilson Miles.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Jefferson, President
Thomas, 1743-1826. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House



of Burgesses, 1769-73, and
of Convention, 1774-76.
Member of Congress.
Governor of Virginia,
1779-81. President of the
United States, 1800-1808.
Author and Signer of the
Declaration of Indepen-
dence.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Jenness, Captain Richard,
1686-1769. Rye, New
Hampshire. Representa-
tive, 1727-62. Captain, 1728.
Stewart, Mrs. David.
Hamilton, Mrs. W. T.

Jenness, Richard, Jr., 1717-
1782. Member New
Hampshire Assembly,
1765-73. Member of the
New Hampshire Provin-
cial Congress, 1775.
HamiUon, Mrs. W. T.
Stewart, Mrs. David.

Jennings, Thomas,

1759. Chief Clerk of the
Land OfRce. Justice,
Anne Arundel Co., 1746-
59.
Rogers, Mrs. Henry W.

Johns, Kensey, 1722-1763.

Justice, Anne Arundel

Co., 1754. High SheriflF,

1760.
Earle, Miss Mary Isabel.
Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-

initon.

Johnson, Colonel Baker,
1747-1811. Member of the
Committee of Correspond-
ence for Frederick Co.,
1774. Member of Mary-
land Conventions, 1774,
*75» '76. Colonel of the
Fourth Maryland Regi-
ment in the Revolution.
Mercein, Mrs. Thomas R.

Johnson, Doctor Edward,
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Co., 1773. Member Com-
mittee of Calvert Co.,
1775-76. Surveyor of Cal-
vert Co., 1775. Judge of
County Court, 1777.
Buchanan, Mrs, Roberdeau.

Johnson, Captain Henry,
1690. Justice, Balti-
more Co., 1683-86; Bur-
gess, 1683.
Hoffman, Mrs. R, Curson.

Johnson, Sir Nathaniel,
Knight, 1713. Gover-
nor of the Leeward Isl-
ands, 1686. Governor of
South Carolina, 1701-09.
Morris, Miss Elisabeth M.

Johnson, Governor Thomas,
1732-1819. Burgess, Anne
Arundel Co., 1765. Dele-
gate from Maryland to
Continental Congress,
1774, and re-elected, 1777.
Brigadier - General Mary-
land Forces, 6 January-
4 July, 1776. Governor of
Maryland, 1777. Justice of
the Supreme Court of the
United States, 1791.
Ward, Mrs, Frank X.
Rogers, Mrs, Henry W.

Joliffe, Captain John, 1751-
1777. Captain in 4th Reg-
iment, Virginia Line.
Died in service.
Manly, Mrs, L. Tyson.

Jones, Philip, 1753. Sur-
veyor of Baltimore Co.,
1729. Justice of the
County, 1 731.

Mclntire, Mrs. William
Watson.

Goldsborough, Mrs, George
Robins,

Kendall, Colonel Will-
iam. Collector of Rev-
enue, Northampton Co.,
Va., 1660; Burgess, 1657,
'62-63, '86; Speaker of the
House, 1686.



Smith, Miss Virginia Hope

Bryant.
Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Kendig, Henry. Member
Committee of Safety,
Lancaster Co., Penna.,

1775.
McSherry, Mrs. H, Clinton.
Hoogewerff, Mrs. John A.

Kennon, Richard, 1698.

Justice of Henrico Co.,
Va., 1678. Member of the
House of Burgesses, 1685-
86.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Gary, Miss Jane Margaret,

Key, Lieutenant John Ross,
1754-1821. Second Lieu-
tenant, Captain Price's
Rifle Company, Frederick
Co., Md., 20 June, I775-
In command of a Troop of
Horse at Yorktown, 6
July, 1781.
Howard, Mrs. Charles.

Key, Philip, 1696-1764. Bur-
gess, St. Mary's Co., 1729,
'36, 50-54. Member of
Council, 1763-64.

Ramsay, Miss Martha
Parker.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.

King, Colonel Miles, 1747-
1814. Captain of Virginia
Minute Men, July, 1775,
to October, 1776. Rep-
resented Elizabeth City
Co., Va., in the House of
of Delegates several times
between 1784 and 1798.

Cottman, Mrs. J. Hough.

Cottman, Miss Elisabeth
Stewart.

Kirkbride, Joseph, 1662-
1738. Member of Penn-
sylvania Assembly, 1698,
1716, '19.
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Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington,

KiRKBRiDE, Mahlon. Mem-
ber of the Pennsylvania
Assembly, 1741.
5*1111/*, Mrs Robert C.

Knapp, Lieutenant John,
1697-1763. Commissioned
Lieutenant of Horse, in
9th Regiment, Connecti-
cut Colony, October, 1741.
Dunn, Mrs. Herbert 0.

KoLLOCK, Colonel Jacob,
1692-1772. Justice of the
Peace and of the Courts,
Sussex Co., Del., 1726-27,
1764. Member of Assem-
bly for the three lower
counties, 1732-72; Speaker,
1759-65- Lieutenant, Cap-
tain John Shannon's Com-
pany, 25 June, 1746. Colo-
nel of the Sussex Regi-
ment in French and In-
dian War, 1756.
Poey Mrs. Neilson, Jr.
PoiUtneyy Mrs. Eugene.

KoLLOCK, Simon, Justice of
the Peace and of the
Courts, Sussex Co., Del.,
1725-27. High Sheriff of
the County, 1730-33.
Beasten, Mrs. Charles.

Latimer, James. Justice of
the Peace and Court of
Common Pleas for New
Castle, Del., 1769; Mem-
ber Delaware Assembly,
1774- Member of Council
of Safety, 1776. Justice
Court of Common Pleas
and Orphans' Court, 1777.
Cromwell, Mrs. Kennedy.

Lawrence, John, 1743-1782.
Member Committee of
Observation, Frederick
Co., 1775. Justice, 1777.

Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Hunt, Mrs. Dunbar.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Keyser, Mrs. William.



Lawrence, Captain Will-
iam, 1623-1680. Captain,
Queens Co. Militia, 1665-
80. Commanded the
"Flushing Foote Compa-
nie" at the surrender of
New York to the Dutch,
1673. One of the paten*
tees of Flushing, L. I.,

1645.
Hoffman, Mrs. R. Curson.

Lawson, Colonel Anthony.
Colonel of Militia; active
in the suppression of Ba-
con's Rebellion, 1676.
Laid out City of Norfolk,
Va,, 1682. Justice, Lower
Norfolk Co., 1678-9, '82,

'98-99.
Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Lawton, George, 1693,

Portsmouth, R. L Deputv
six years, 1665, '72, '75-70,
'79-80. Assistant, 1680-86,
'89-90.

Blackford, Mrs. Eugene.

Poultney, Mrs. Arthur E.

Lee, HaIjcock, 1653-1729.
Burgess, Northumberland
Co., Va., 1688.
Clarke, Mrs. Henry F.

Lee, Colonel Richard L^ —
1665. Secretary of the
Colony of Virgmia, and
Member of Council, 1663.

Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Clarke, Mrs. Henry F.

Calvert, Mrs. Charles BaUi-
more.

Lee, Colonel Richard IL,
1647- 1714. ' Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1677 ; Colonel of
Horse, 1680 ; Naval Of-
ficer for Potomac River,
1699.
Calvert, Mrs. Charles Balti-
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Lee, Governor Thomas, 1690-
175 1, Member of Council
of Virginia, 1732. Presi-
dent of the Council and
Acting Governor, 1749.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F, LeH,

Lee, Thomas Ludwell, 1730-
1778. Member of the Vir-
ginia Committee of Safe-
ty, 1775- Judge of the Gen-
eral Court.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Leverett, Sir John, 1616-
1679. Captain in Parlia-
mentary Army, 1644-45.
Agent of the Bay Col-
ony to the English Court.
Major - General of the
Massachusetts Forces,
1663-73. Deputy Gover-
nor. Governor of Massa-
chusetts, 1673-79. Knight-
ed by King Charles II.,
August, 1676, for impor-
tant services as Governor
of the Colony during
King Philip's War. Died
in office.
Johnsony Mrs. William Wool-
sey.

Lewis, Colonel Charles,

1729 . Captain in the

French and Indian War,
1755. Colonel of Virginia
Minute Men, 1775.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarkton, Mrs. Robert.

Colvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

Lewis, Colonel Fielding,
1725-1781. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1773. Chairman of
the Spottsylvania Co.
Committee of Safety,
1775-76. Chairman of
District Committee for the
Counties of Caroline,
Stafford, King George and
Spottsylvania, 1776.
Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.
Buelly Mrs. Daniel H.



Lewis, John, 1669-1725. Mem-
ber of the Council of Vir-
ginia, 1715.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarkton, Mrs. Robert.

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.

Buell, Mrs. Daniel H.

McCandlish, Miss Evelyn
Byrd.

Colvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

Lewis, Colonel John. 1678-
1762. Settled Augusta Co.,
Va., and located the town
of Staunton, 1732. Jus-
tice. 1745- High Sheriff,
1748. Surveyor, 1751.
Commissioned Colonel of
Militia, 1752.
Dammann, Mrs. J. Francis.

Lewis, Zachary, 1731-1803.
Captain of Spotsylvania
Foot Company, 1758.
Served in French and In-
dian War.
Latane, Miss Lucy Temple.

LiGHTFOOT, Honorable
Philip, 1689-1748. Mem-
ber of the Council of Vir-
ginia, 1733-47. J«<lge 9^
the General Court. Visi-
tor of William and Mary
College, where he found-
ed two scholarships, 1720-
28.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarleton, Mrs. Robert.

Colvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

LiGHTFOOT, Lieutenant
Philip, 1751-1;^. Lieu-
tenant in Harrison's Ar-
tillery, Continental Line.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarleton, Mrs. Robert.

Colvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

LiNGAN, George. 1708.

Justice, Calvert Co., 1679-
85; of Quorum, 1694. Bur-
gess, 1695-96.
Dorsey, Miss Ella Loratne.



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Littleton, Colonel Na-
thaniel, 1654. Chief

Justice, Accomac Co., Va.,
1640. Member of the
Council of Virginia, 1652.
Rogers, Mrs, Henry W,
Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Littleton, Colonel
SouTHEY, 1645-1679. Col-
onel, Virginia Forces,
1676. Served during Ba-
con's Rebellion.
Rogers, Mrs, Henry W.

Livingston, Peter Van
Brugh, 1710-1793. Pres-
ident of the Provincial
Congress, New York,
1775-76. Member of the
Committee of One Hun-
dred, 1775.
Livingston, Miss Elisabeth,

Livingston^ Colonel Phil-
ip, 1686-1749. Lord of
Livingston Manor. Mem-
ber of Assembly, 1709.
Participated in the cap-
ture of Port Royal, 1710,
and later Colonel of the
Provincial Forces. Mem-
ber of Council, 1725-49.
Secretary for Indian Af-
fairs, Province of New
York, 1721-49.

Poultney, Mrs. Eugene.

Poe, Mrs, Neilson.

Livingston, Miss Elizabeth.

Livingston, Robert, I., 1654-
1728. First Lord of the
Manor of Livingston.
Member of the Council,
Province of New York,
1698, 1701. Member of
Assembly, 1 709-11.

Armstrong, Miss Mary
Hughes.

Rowley, Mrs, C, W,

Poultney, Mrs. Eugene.

Poe, Mrs. Neilson.

Livingston, Miss Elisabeth.

Livingston, Robert, II.,



1790. Lord of Livingston

Manor from 1749.
Poultney, Mrs, Eugene,
Poe, Mrs, Neilson,

Lloyd, Edward, I., 1695.

Burgess fiom Lower Nor-
folk Co., Va., 1644-45.
Commander of Anne
Arundel Co., Md., 30
July, 1650. Commissioner
to make treaty with the
Susquehannah Indians,
1652. Burgess, 1654. Mem-
ber of the Council, 1658-
66. A party to treaty with
the Susquehannah Indi-
ans, 1661. Orders scouting
parties against Indians, 20
June, 1662. Commissioner
to confer with Virginia, 9
May, 1663.
TiUon, Miss Elisabeth,
Mackubin, Miss Florence,
Coolidge, Mrs. Charles Austin.
Batetnan, Mrs. James M, H.
Stokes, Miss Eliza Hughes,
Magruder, Mrs. John Read,
Lurmany Mrs. Gustav W.
Beall, Mrs, Edward Sinclair,
Beall, Miss Lxmisa Ogle.
Winn, Miss Maiy.
Shippen, Mrs. Edward.
Pennington, Miss Elisabeth

Lloyd,
Roman, Miss UnUsa Lowndes,
Allen, Mrs, Ethan.
Ijmgh, Mrs, Ernest St.

George,
Lurman, Mrs, Theodor G,
Tilghman, Miss Mary,
lujwndes, Mrs, Lloyd,
Paca, Miss Juliana Tilghman,
Twrnbull, Mrs, John 0,
Washburn, Mrs, Charles W,
Preston, Mrs, J. Alexander,
Carroll, Miss Sally Wethered.
Marshall, Mrs. Chqrles,
Merritt, Mrs, J, Alfred.
Presstman, Mrs. Benjamin.
Earle, Miss Mary Isabel,
Calvert, Mrs. Charles BaUi-

more,
Emory, Mrs, CampbeU D,
Screven, Mrs, George P,
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Sullivan, Mrs, Felix R,
puts, Mrs. SuUivan.
Howard, Mrs, Charles,
Norris, Mrs. Owen.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-

wood,
Semple, Mrs, Percy.

Lloyd, Edward, II., 1670-
1718. Burgess, Talbot Co.,
1699-1702. President of
the Council and Acting
Governor of Maryland,
1709-14.

Roman, Miss Louisa Lowndes.

Lough, Mrs, Ernest St,
George.

Lowndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

Marshall, Mrs. Charles.

Emory, Mrs. Campbell D.

Screven, Mrs. George P.

Trimble, Mrs. David C.

SuUivan, Mrs. Felix R.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Magruder, Mrs. John Read.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

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