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and Honorable Artillery
Company, 1650. Com-
manded expedition



against Pesoacus, a Narra-
gansett chief, 1650. Major-
General, 1661.

Hall, Miss Elizabeth Ward.

Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

Avery, Captain James, 1620-
1700. Ensign, Lieutenant,
and Captain of the New
London Company. Served
throughout King Philip's
War in command of forty
men from Stoningfton,
New London and Lyme.
In 1676 was Captain of
one of the four companies
which protected the fron-
tier. Was in the Great
Swamp Fight. Twelve
times Deputy to the Gen-
eral Court, 1656-1680.

Hunter, Mrs. James W.

Stewart, Mrs. David.

HamiUon, Mrs. W. T.



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Avery, Captain John, —

1682. Commissioned Lieu-
tenant of the Military
Forces and President of
the Whore Kill, Delaware,
25 June, 1675; Captain, 26
October, 1675. Justice of
tlie Peace and of the
Courts, 1678-82.

Poe, Mrs. Neilson, Jr.

Poultney, Mrs. Eugene.

Beasten, Mrs. Charles.

Aylett, William, I. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, 1723, '26,

Clark, Mrs. Frank P.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. I^H.

Aylett, William, II. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, and of the
Convention of 1775-
Clark, Mrs. Frank P.

Bacon, John, Justice of the
Peace, Salem, New Jer-
sey, 1696-1701.
Smith, Mrs. Robert C.



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Ball, Lieutenant-Colonel
BuRGES, 1749-180D. Mem-
ber of Committee of Lan-
caster County, Va., 1775.
Captain Fifth Virginia
Regiment, loth February,
1776; Lieutenant-Colonel,
1777.
Jenkins, Mrs. Harry S,

Ball, Colonel William,
161S-1680. Member of
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1670-77.

Jenkins, Mrs. Harry S.

Hall, Mrs. George IV. S.

Buell, Mrs. Daniel H.

Bangs, Edward, 1592-1677.
One of the recognized
Founders o f Plymouth
Colony. Deputy to the
General Court, 1647, and
several times subsequently.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Barber, Charles. Member
of Annapolis Convention,
, 1774.

Jglehart, Mrs. James D.
Stiles, Mrs. Edmund.

Barber, Dr. Luke, 1673.

Member of Council of
Maryland, 1656-60. Dep-
uty-Governor of Mary-
land, 1657.

Stiles, Mrs. Edmund.

Jglehart, Mrs. James D.

Barnes, Major Abraham,

1778. Burgess, St

Mary's Co., 1747-54- Del-
egate to the Albany Con-
gress, 1754.
Rowland, Miss Elisabeth
Mason.

Barney, Commodore
Joshua, 1759-1818. Com-
missioned Lieutenant in
the Colonial Navy, June
20, 1776. Commissioned
by the State of Pennsyl-
vania Captain of the Ship
Hyder Aly, 1782. Com-



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missioned by the French
Government Captain,

1795, and Commodore,

1796. Captain, U. S. N.,
1814.

Thompson, Miss Elizabeth

Young.
Gorter, Mrs. Albert L.
Mills, Mrs. Abraham Gilbert.

Bartow, Thomas, 1709-1782.
Clerk of Supreme and
Chancery Courts, New
Jersey, 1735; Clerk of As-
sembly, 1741. Surveyor
General of East Jersey,
1762.
Cromwell, Mrs. Kennedy.

Bass, Samuel, 1601-1694,
Braintree, Mass. Deputy
to the General Court,
1641-45, '49, '52, '54, '57*
'59, '63-64.
Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Bassett, William, (Mass.)

1667. Repres^ta-

tive, 16^0-48. Marshal of
Plymouth Colony. Pro-
prietor of Bridgewater.

f Original purchaser of
Dartmouth.

Huse, Mrs. Harry P.

Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.

Robbins, ifrs. Henry S.

Bassett, William, 1671-1723.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 16^,
1702. Member of Council,
1702. County Lieutenant
of New Kent Co., 1709.
Woodruff, Mrs. George C.

Bauman, Sebastian, 1739—
1803. Captain of New York
Artillery, 30 March, 1776;
Major, 12 September, 1776.
Brevet Lieutenant-Colo-
nel, U. S. A., 14 April,
1787. Postmaster of New
York, 1789.
Guest, Mrs. William Wood"
ward.

Baylor, Colonel John,



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1725-1795. Member of
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses for Caroline Co.,
1740-60.

Armisteady Miss Fannie Car-
ter.

Gordon, Mrs. Alexander.

Whiting, Mrs. Clarence.

Bayly, Captain Richard,

1661. Captain of

mounted police organized
for protection against In-
dians, Accomac Co., Va.,
1651.

Tiffany, Mrs. L. McLane.

Cator, Mrs. James H.

Beall, Colonel N i n i a n,
1625-1717. Captain of Cal-
vert County Militia, 1678.
Major, before 1688. Col-
onel, 1694. High Sheriff
of Calvert Co., 1692-93.

Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Beall, Samuel, Justice,
Frederick Co., 1765.
Member of Maryland
Convention, 1776.
Mackall, Miss SaUy Somer-
veU.

Beardsley, Alexander,

1697. Member of

Pennsylvania Assembly,

1695.
Huse, Mrs. Harry P.

Beatty, Thomas, 1703-1768.
Justice Prince George's
Co., 1739-48. Justice Fred-
erick Co., 1748-49, '52-60.
Burgess, I757-S8.

Reed, Mrs. WiUiam.

Mcllvain, Miss Elisabeth
Gunning.

Beekman, Colonel, Gerar-
Dus, 1653-1723. Captain of
Militia at Flatbush, 1681.
Major, 1689. Lieutenant-
Colonel of King's County
Militia, 1698. Colonel,
1700-03. Member of Leis-



lcr*s Council, 1705-2 3.
President and Deputy-
Governor, 1709-10.
LUrman, Mrs, Gustav W.

Beekman, Colonel Henry,

I, 1649-1716. Member of
the Legislative Assembly,
1691, '92, '95, 1702, '03.
Colonel of Militia Prov-
ince of New York.

Armstrong, Miss Mary

Hughes.
Rowley, Mrs. C. W.

Beekman, Colonel Henry,

II, 1688-1776. Member of
the Legislative Assembly,
1724, '28, '30, '59. Judge
of Ulster County. Col-
onel of Militia, Province
of New York.

Armstrong, Miss Mary

Hughes.
Rowley, Mrs. C. W.

Beekman, Lieutenant Wil-
liam, 1623-1707. Lieuten-
ant in the Burgher Corps
of New Amsterdam, 1652-
58. Vice-Director in the
South River, 1658-64.
Schout at Esopus, 1664.
Lieutenant of Militia un-
der the Dutch, 1673. De-
puty Mayor of New York,
1681-83.
Morris, Miss Elisabeth M.
Lurman, Mrs. Gustav W.

Bengston, Andreas, 1640-
1706. Member of Penn-
sylvania Assembly, 1683,



'86, '98.
Reed, Mrs.
Mcllvain,

Gunning.



WiUiam.

Miss Elisabeth



Bennett, Governor Rich-
ard, 1606- 1676. Member
of Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1629, and of the
Council, 1642-60. Gov-
ernor of Virginia, 1652-55.
Commissioner to England,
where he signed the agrce-



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tnent with Lord Balti-
more, 30 November, 1657.
Major - General of Vir-
ginia Forces, 1662-72.

Woods, Mrs, Daniel C.

Wmiatns,Mrs, CharUs Phelps.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

Jones, Mrs, George Alphonto.

Berkeley, Edmund, I,

1718. Member of the
Council of Virginia, 1713.
County Lieutenant, Mid-
dlesex Co., 1 71 5.
Minor, Miss Mary Willis,

Berkeley, Edmund, II.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1736.
Minor, Miss Mary Willis,

Berkeley, Nelson. Member
of Committee of Safety,
Hanover Co., Va., 1775,
and was High Sheriff in
the same year.
Minor, Miss Mary Willis,

Besson, Captain Thomas.
Burgess, Anne Arundel
Co., 1657, '65. Justice,
1658. Captain of the
County Militia, 1661.

Mclntire, Mrs. William Wat-
son,

Goldsborough, Mrs. George
Robins,

Bethel, John, 1708.

Member of Provincial
Assembly of Pennsylva-
nia, 1707.
Jenkins, Mrs, T, Meredith,
Brooks, Mrs, Walter B., Jr,
White, Mrs. Miles, Jr,

Betton, Lieutenant Sam-
uel Dyre. Commission-
ed Second Lieutenant.
Queen Anne Co. Militia,
31 July, 1777.

Mackenzie, Mrs, George Nor-
bury,

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G, M,



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Betts, Captain Richard,
1613-1713. Member of
New York Provincial As-
sembly, held at Hemp-
stead, L. I., 1665. "High
SheriflP of Yorkshire upon
Long Island," 1678-81.
Captain, 1663.

Himt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Thorn, Mrs, J. Pembroke.

Duke, Mrs. Basil.

Beverly, Colonel Peter,
1665-1728. Clerk of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1691-96; Speaker
of the same, 1700-14. Sur-
veyor General, 1719-28.
Treasurer, 1719-23.
Ramsay, Mrs. Henry Ashton.
Ramsay, Miss Martha Par-
ker,

Biddle, Colonel Clement,
1740-1814. Deputy Quar-
ter Master General, June,
1776. Commissary Gen-
eral, 1777-78. Quarter
Master General of Penn-
sylvania troops in Whis-
key Insurrection.
Blackford, Mrs. Eugene,
PouUney, Mrs, Arthur E,

Biddle, William, I., 1630-
1712. Member of the Coun-
cil of the General Assem-
bly for Province of West
Jersey, 1682, and President
of the same, 1706-07.
Blackwell Mrs, Josiah Low,
Blackford, Mrs, Eugene.
Poultney, Mrs, Arthur E,

Biddle, William, II., Com-
missioner of Lands, New
Jersey, 1703.
Blackwell, Mrs, Josiah Ijyuj,

Biles (Byles), William,
1650-1710. Signer of Penn's
Great Charter. Member
of the first Council of the
Province of Pennsylvania,
held at Philadelphia, 16
March, 1683. Member of



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Assembly from Bucks

County, 1686-1710.
Canby, Miss Laura.
Manly, Mrs, L, Tyson.

Blaine, Ephraim, 1741-1804.
Commissary Sergeant
Pennsylvania Forces, 1763.
Sheriff Cumberland Co.,
Penna., I77I-73- County
Lieutenant of Cumberland
Co., S April, 1777. Com-
missary- Greneral C o n t i-
nental Army, 19 Febru-
ary, 1778.
MuUikin, Mrs. Richard Oden,
MuUikin, Miss Sophia Mar-
garet.

Bladen, William, 1670-1718.
Clerk of House of Bur-
gesses, 1697. Clerk to the
Prerogative Office, 1699.
Commissary General, 1714.

Brown, Miss Lisinka Camp-
beU.

Roman, Miss Louisa Lowndes.

Lough, Mrs. Ernest St.
George.

Lowndes, Mrs. Uoyd.

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.

Lemmon, Mrs. J. Southgate.

Beall, Mrs. Edward Sinclair.

BeaU, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Winn, Miss Mary.

Shawhan, Mrs. Charles S.

Blair, Archibald, 1660-1735.
Justice of York Co., Va.,
1714. Member of the Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1718-1723. Major of Mil-
itia.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Blair, Honorable John,
1687-1771. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1736. Member of
Council from 1745, and its
President, 1757-1771. Act-
ing Governor of Virginia,

,,1757-58, 1768.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.



Blay, Colonel William.

Burgess Kent Co., 1714-

15.
Tumbull, Mrs. John 0.
Preston, Mrs. J. Alexander.
Carrolly Miss Sally Wethered.

Blodgett, Honorable Sam-
uel, 1724-1807. Served in
French Wars. Louisburg,
1745, Crown Point and
Lake George. Was Com-
missary at Fort William
Henry, 1755. Judge, Court
of Common Pleas, Hills-
boro Co., N. H., 1770.
Hall, Miss Elizabeth Ward.
Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.



Blunston, John,



-1723.



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Member of Pennsylvania
Assembly, 1683-84, '87, '95,
1701. Member of Coun-
cil, 1701.
Smith, Mrs. Robert C.

Boarman, Major William,
1630-1709. Justice, S t .
Mary's Co., 1663-78, and
Presiding Justice, 1678;
High Sheriff, 1678-79, '81;
Burgess, 1671-75. Cap-
tain, St Mary's Co. Mil-
itia, 1661 ; Major, 1676.
Indian Interpreter, 1678,
and rendered valuable
services to the Province in
its relations with the In-
dians.

Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.

BoGGS, Andrew, 1765. En-
sign in the Associated
Regfiment of Lancaster
Co., Penna., 1747-48.
Cottman, Miss Elisabeth
Stewart.

BoLLiNG, Major John, 1676-
1729. High Sheriff of
Henrico Co., Va., 1706-7.
Burgess, 1714. Major of
the County Militia.
Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.



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Randall, Mrs, Alexander Bar^

ton,
Cary, Miss Jane Margaret,

BoLLiNG. Colonel Robert
I., 1046-1709. Member of
the Virginia House of
Burgesses, 1704. Colonel
of Prince George County.
Keyser, Mrs, R, Brent,
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton,
Gary, Miss Jane Margaret,

BoLLiNG, Colonel Robert
II., 1682-1749. Member of
the Virginia House of
Burgesses, 1744.
HaU, Mrs, George W, S,

Bond, William, 1625-1697,
Massachusetts. Captain
Troop of Horse. Mem-
ber Council of Safety.
Member General Court.
Speaker Lower House,

i6£>i-95.
Hamilton, Mrs, I^evin Mayer,

Borden, Joseph, 1719-1791.
Member of the Stamp Act
Congress, 1765. Member
of the first New Jersey
Convention. Colonel of
First New Jersey Regi-
ment. Judge of the Court
of Common Pleas, 1776.
Redwood, Mrs. Frank T.
Screven, Mrs, George P,
Sullivan, Mrs, Felix R.

Borden, Richard, 1601-1671,
Rhode Island. Member
of the Court of Commis-
sioners, 1654, '56-57; Gen-
eral Treasurer, 1654-55;
Assistant, 1653-54; Dep-
uty, 1667, '70.
Taylor, Mrs. B, Jones.
Wright, Mrs. D, Giraud.



Borden, Thomas,
Rhode Island.



—1676,
Deputy,
1666, '70, *72; Assistant,
1675-76.
Taylor, Mrs, B, Jones.
Wright, Mrs. D. Giraud,



BoRDLEY, Reverend Ste-
phen, 1709. Rector of

St Paul's Parish, Kent
Co., 1694-1709.
Chatard, Mrs, Thomas M.

BouGHTON, Richard, 1706.

Secretary of Maryland,
1666; Burgess for Charles
Co., 1669; Clerk of the
House of Burgesses, 1674-
76.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne,

Bowie, Allen, 1719-178^.
Justice, Prince George s
County, 1752-54.
Simpson, Mrs, Edward.

Bowie, Captain Fielder,

1745 - 1794- Commissioned

Captain, Prince George's

County Militia, February,

1776.

Simpson, Mrs, Edward.

Bowie, Governor Robert,
1750-1818. Captain Third
Maryland Battalion of the
Flying Camp, July-De-
cember, 1776. Governor
of Maryland, 1803-5, 1811-
12.
Simpson, Mrs, Edward,

Bowie, William, 1720-1791.
Justice, Prince George's
Co., 1759-64.
Simpson, Mrs, Edward,

BowLY, Daniel, 1745-1807.
Member Committee o f
Observation, 1775. En-
sign in Captain John Ster-
ett's Independent Com-
pany, Maryland Militia.

Keyser, Mrs, Samuel,

Jackson, Mrs. John J,

Comegys, Mrs. Joseph Par-
sons.

Thompson, Miss Charlotte di
Macklot,

Wilson, Miss Mary Bowly.

Wilson, Miss Ella Chapman.

Wilson, Miss Emma,



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Bowman, Edmund. Justice,

Lower Norfolk Co., Va.,

5S» '59; Accomac Co.>

63. Major of Accomac

Co. Militia. Member of

the Virginia House of

Burgesses.

Tiffany, Mrs. L, McLane,

BozMAN, John. Burgess,
Somerset Co., 1694.
Markoe, Mrs. Frank,
Sibley, Mrs, Clarence.
Dugan, Mrs, Hammond.

Branch, Christopher. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, 1639. Jus-
tice of Henrico Co., 1656,
and previously for many
years.

Keyser, Mrs. R, Brent.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Mrs. Wilson Miles.

Cary, Miss fane Margaret.

Braxton, Carter, 1736-1797.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1761;
Signer of the Declaration
of Independence.
Page, Mrs. William C.

Brent, Captain George, of
Stafford Co., Va. Captain
of a Troop of Horse in
1670; Ranger-General of
the Northern neck of Vir-
ginia, 1690.

Keyser, Mrs. William.

Hunt, Mrs. Dunbar.

Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Brent, Miss Nanine Maria.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Brent, Deputy Governor
Giles. Treasurer of the
Province of Maryland.
Commander of Kent Isl-
and. Deputy Governor
and Lieutenant-General of
Maryland, 1643-44. Lord
of Fort Kent Manor.



Jenkins, Mrs. Michael.
Jenkins, Mrs. Edmund Plow-
den.
Hinckley, Mrs. Robert,
(yDonnell, Mrs, Columbus.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH,

Brent, William., of Rich-
land, Stafford Co., Va.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1756,
1760. Member of Conven-
tion, 1776.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Brewer, John. Justice, Anne
Arundel Co., 1658-61.
Burgess, 1661.
Atkinson, Mrs. Robert.
Gamble, Mrs. Robert Howard,
Calvert, Mrs. Charles Balti-
more.
Iglehart, Mrs. C. Iredell.
Robinson, Miss Louisa Hall,
Mackubin, Miss Florence.

Brewster, Elder William,
1560-1644. Drafted, in the
cabin of the Mayflower, the
first written Constitution.
He served in the early In-
dian Wars under Captain
Miles Stan dish.

Ridgely, Mrs. John.

Powell, Mrs. William S.

Carroll, Mrs. Mary Randolph.

Clarke, Mrs. Henry F.

Page, Mrs. William C.

Brice, Judge John, 1704-1766.
Chief Justice of the Pro-
vincial Court of Maryland.
AUen, Mrs. Ethan.

Briscoe, Captain John, 1678-
1734. Justice of Charles
Co., 1720-34.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne,

Briscoe, Colonel Philip,

1724. Justice, Charles

County, 1694-1701.
Parran, Mrs, James Bourne,



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Justice of Charles Co.,
1773-74.
Parratiy Mrs. James Bourne,

Brooke, Colonel Baker,
1628- 1679. Member of the
Council of Maryland,
1658-79 ; Surveyor - Gen-
eral, 1671-79; Colonel of
the Calvert Co. Militia.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Brooke, Captain Benjamin,
I 7 5 3 - 1834. Lieutenant,
Pennsylvania Militia, 1776;
Captain, 1777.
Brooke, Mrs. John.

Brooke, Doctor John.
Commissioner of Peace,
Dorchester Co., Md.,
1676. Burgess, 1681.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Brooke, Michael. Burgess,
Calvert Co., 1657. Com-
missioned Justice. 1655.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Brooke, Richard, 1736-1788.
Member of the Commit-
tees of Correspondence
and Observation, Freder-
ick Co., 1774-75. Delegate
to Convention, 1775. Cap-
tain of Frederick Co. Mil-
itia, 1776. Major, 15 Au-
gust, 1776.
Redwood, Mrs. Frank T.

Brooke, Acting Governor
Robert, 1602-1655. B. A.,
1620; M. A., 1624; Wad-
leam College, Oxford.
Commissioned by Lord
Baltimore, 20 September,
1649, Commander of a
new county to be erected
in Maryland, and Mem-
ber of Council. Appoint-
ed, 29 March, 1052, by
Cromwell's Commission-
ers, President of the Coun-
cil and Acting Governor.



TCerfoot, Mrs. Samuel Humes,

Ritchie, Mrs. John.

Pearre, Miss Mary SmUh
Worthington.

Phenix, Miss Florence.

Blackiston, Mrs. A. Hooton.

Leakin, Miss Margaret Dob-
bin. K

Smith, Miss Clementine.

Smith, Miss Sallie Cox.

Steele, Miss Rosa.

Sioussat, Mrs. Albert Willis,

Penniman, Mrs. George Dob-
bin.

Thompson, Miss Elisabeth
Young.

Manly, Mrs. L. Tyson.

Gorier, Mrs. Albert L.

Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.

Denman, Mrs. H. B.

Philpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Redwood, Mrs. Frank T,

Williams, Miss Elisabeth
Chew.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle,

Beckwith, Mrs. Franklin H.

Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Keyser, Mrs. William.

Hunt, Mrs, Dunbar.

Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Williams, Mrs, Charles
Phelps.

Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Jones, Mrs. George Alphonzo.

Kimball, Mrs. Julius Henry.

Baughman, Mrs. Mary Jane,

Brooke, Roger, 1637-1700.
Justice, Calvert Co., 1674-
85; of Quorum from 1679.
High Sheriff, 1684.

Penniman, Mrs. George Dob-
bin.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Keyser, Mrs. William.

Hunt, Mrs. Dunbar.

Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M,

Brooke, Major Thomas,
1632-1676. Commissioned
Major, Maryland Forces,
II February, 1660. Served
in expedition against In-



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dians, 1667. Member of
House of Burgesses for
Calvert Co., 1663-76.

Ritchie, Mrs. John.

Williams, Mrs. Charles
Phelps,

Pearre, Miss Mary Smith
Worthington,

Phenix, Miss Florence,

Blackiston, Mrs. A. Hoot on.

Leakin, Miss Margaret Dob-
bin.

Smith, Miss Clementine.

Smith, Miss Sallie Cox.

Steele, Miss Rosa.

Sioussat, Mrs. Albert Willis.

Thompson, Miss Elisabeth
Young.

Gorter, Mrs. Albert L.

Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.

Denman, Mrs. H. B.

Philpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Redwood, Mrs. Frank T.

WiUiams, Miss Elizabeth
Chew.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Beckwith, Mrs. Franklin H.

Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Kimball, Mrs. Julius Henry.

Brooke, Colonel Thomas,
1659- 1730. Member of
Council of Maryland, 1691-
1707, 1715-24.

Kerfoot, Mrs. Samuel Humes.

Richie, Mrs. John.

Pearre, Miss Mary Smith
Worthington.

Phenix, Miss Florence.

Blackiston, Mrs. A. Hooton.

Smith, Miss Clementine.

Smith, Miss Sallie Cox.

Steele, Miss Rosa.

Mcu:kall, Miss Sally Sofner-
veil.

Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.

Beall^^Miss Louisa Ogle.

Beckwith, Mrs. Franklin H.

Brooke, Thomas, Jr., 1683-
1744. High Sheriff, Prince
George's Co., 1732-33.
Beall, Miss luniisa Ogle.

Brooks, Governor John.
1752 - 1825. Captain o f



Minute Men at Lexington
and Concord, 19 April,
1775. Major, Bridge's
Massachusetts Regriment,

1775, and of 19th Conti-
nental Infantry, 1776.
Lieutenant - Colonel, StJh
Massachusetts Regiment,

1776. Lieutenant-Colonel
commanding 7th Massa-
chusetts Regiment, ly'fi,
and served till 12 June,
1783. Brigadier-General,
United States Army, 1792-
96. Governor of Massa-
chusetts, 1816.

Mudge, Mrs. Edmund TUe-
ston.

Broome, John, 1680 - 1738.
Burgess, Calvert Co., 1712.
High Sheriff, 1714. Jus-
tice, 1731-38; of Quorum,
1738.
Penniman, Mrs. George Dob-
bin.

Broome, Captain John, 1703

. Captain Calvert Co.

Militia, 1754-56.
Penniman, Mrs. George Dob-
bin.

Broughton. Colonel Thos.

1738. Member o f

Council of South Carolina,
1708. Governor of the
Province, 1735-38-
Morris, Miss Elisabeth M.

Brown, Chad, 1650. One

of thirteen sig^ners of the
first written compact of
Providence Plantations.

Wright, Mrs. D. Giraud.

Taylor, Mrs. B. Jones.

Brown, Dr. Gustavus, 1689-
1762. Justice, Charles Co.,
1726-02 ; Chief Justice,
1748-62.

Hall, Mrs. George W. S.

Ramsay, Miss Martha Par-
ker.

Buchanan, General An-



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DREW, 1734-1786. Chief
Justice, Baltimore Co.
Member of Committees of
Correspondence and Ob-
servation, 1774-75. One of
the five brigadier generals
of the Maryland Militia,
1776.

PhUpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Redwood, Mrs. Frank T,

Screven, Mrs. George P.

SuUivan, Mrs, Felix R,

Buchanan, Dr. George,
1698-1750. One of the
Commissioners for laying
out Baltimore Town, 1729.
Burgess, Baltimore Co.,
1745-50.

Black, Mrs. CharUs H,

Sloan, Mrs. Robert Neale.

Mclntire, Mrs, William Wat-
son.

Goldsborough, Mrs, George
Robins,

Chatard, Mrs, Thomas M.

Philpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Redwood, Mrs. Frank T.

Screven, Mrs, George P.

Sullivan, Mrs, Felix R.

Buchanan, Lloyd, 1729 .

Burgess, Baltimore Co.,
1751.
Mclntire, Mrs. WiUiam Wat-

son,
Goldsborough, Mrs, George
Robins,

Buchanan, Colonel Will-
iam, 1727-1804. Member
of the Maryland Conven-
tion, 1775, and of Commit-
tee of Observation, 1775-
76. Commissioned Colo-
nel of the Baltimore Bat-
talion 25 May, 1776. Ap-
pointed, by Congress,
Commissary General of
the Continental Army,
1777.

Brown, Miss Ellen Sidney.

Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.



BucKNER, Major William,



1 716. Justice of York

Co., Va., 1694; High Sher-
iff, 1695-1696; Burgess,
1698-1699.

Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.

Robbins, Mrs. Henry S.

BuRFORD, Thomas, 1687.

Burgess, St Mary's Co.,
1682-87. Attorney-General
of Maryland, 1681-86.

Lowndes, Mrs, Lloyd.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.

Burgess, Captain Edward.

1722. Commissioned,

4 September, 1689, Cap-
tain of Foot, Anne Arun-
del Co. Militia.
Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

Burgess, Colonel William,
1622-1686. Justice, Anne
Arundel Co., 1664 ; of
Quorum, 1665. Burgess,
1659, 1669-82. Member of
Council and Deputy Gov-
ernor, 1682-86. Colonel,
commanding all the mili-
tary forces of the Province
of Maryland.

Leakin, Miss Margaret Dob-
bin,

Sioussat, Mrs. Albert Willis.

Thompson, Miss Elisabeth
Young,

Fuller, Mrs. Olive Clyde,

Gorter, Mrs, Albert L,

Boyd, Mrs, Allen Richards.

Philpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Redwood, Mrs, Frank T.

Williams, Miss Elizabeth
Chew.

Screven, Mrs. George P,

Sullivan, Mrs, Felix R,

Lurman, Mrs, Gustav W,

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Shippen, Mrs, Edward.

Smith, Mrs. Chandler Price.

Pennington, Miss Elisabeth
Lloyd,

Blackiston, Mrs. A. Hooton.

Pearre, Miss Mary Smith
Worthington,

McCrackin, Mrs. Alexander.



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BuRWELL, Honorable Lewis,

171a Member of the

Council of Virginia, 1702.

Armistead, Miss Fannie Car-
ter.

Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Minor, Miss Mary JViUis.

Burwell, Nathaniel, 1680-
1721. Member of the Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1710.
Minor, Miss Mary IVUlis.

Burwell, Robert Carter.

Member of the Virginia

House of Burgesses.

Member of Council, 1764.

Minor, Miss Mary Willis.

Butler, Colonel Thomas,
1748 - 1805. Captain in
Pennsylvania Line, 1776,
and served through the
Revolutionary War. Ma-
jor United States Army,
1791; Lieutenant-Colonel,
1795; Colonel, 1802.
Chancellor, Mrs. C. W.

Butler, Captain Zebulon,
1731-1795. Served in the
French and Indian War in
1758, on- the Canadian
frontier, and at Fort Ed-
ward, Lake George, Ti-
conderoga, and Crown
Point. Served also in the
Havana Expedition, 1762.
Strother, Mrs. Nelson.

Byrd, William I., 1652-1704.
Member of the Council of
Virginia, 1681-1704. Re-
ceiver of His Majest/s
Revenues for the Colony
of Virginia.

Ober, Mrs. Robert.

Minor, Miss Mary Willis.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-


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