Copyright
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.

Officers, list of members and ancestors online

. (page 8 of 14)
Online LibraryNational Society of the Colonial Dames of AmericaOfficers, list of members and ancestors → online text (page 8 of 14)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


ton.



President of the Council.

Founder of the City of

Richmond. Fellow of the

Royal Society.
Poultney, Mrs. Arthur E.
McCandlish, Miss Evelyn

Byrd.
Ober, Mrs. Robert.
Minor, Miss Mary Willis.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-

ton.



Byrd, William, III., 1729-
1777. Colonel of the 2d
Virginia Regiment,
1756. Member of the
Council of Virginia, 1754-

77-

Ober, Mrs. Robert.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Calhoun, James, 1743-1816.
Member of Committee of
Observation, Baltimore,
1774-76. Deputy Commis-
sary-General of the Con-
tinental Army, 1777. First
Mayor of Baltimore, 1797.
Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney.

Calvert, Honorable Bene-
dict, 1788. Judge of

the Land Office. Mem-
ber of Council, 1770-74.
Collector of Customs.

Campbell, Mrs. Duncan.

Campbell, Miss EUa Calvert.

Murray, Mrs. Francis Key.

Calvert, Governor
Charles. Ensign in His
Majesty's First Regiment
of Foot Guards, 27 No-
vember, 1709; Lieutenant
and Captain, 4 January,
1718. Governor of Mary-
land, 1720-27.
Campbell, Mrs. Duncan.
Campbell, Miss Ella Calvert,
Murray, Mrs. Francis Key.



Byrd, William IL, 1674-1744. Calvert, Governor Leon-

Member of the Council of ard, 1647. Governor

Virginia, 1707 - 44, and of Maryland from its first

95



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCBSTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



settlement, in 1634, until
his death, 9 June, 1647.
Parran, Mrs, James Bourne.

Camm, Reverend John,
1718 - 1779. Member of
Council of Virginia, 1774.
President of William and
Mary College, 177^-77'

Atkinson, Mrs Matthew S.

Page, Mrs. WiUiam C.

Canby, Thomas, 1668-1743.
Justice of the Peace,
Bucks Co., Penna., 1719-
41. Member of Provincial
Assembly, 1721-22, '30, '33,
'38.

Canby, Miss Laura,

Smith, Mrs, Thomas Marsh,

Carpenter, William. One
of the thirteen original
proprietors of Providence
Plantations, 1636. Com-
missioner, 1658-63. As-
sistant, 1655-72.

Wright, Mrs, D. Giraud.

Taylor, Mrs, B, Jones,

Carr, Dabney, 1743-1773.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, for
Louisa Co., 1773.
Keyser, Mrs, R, Brent,
Buchanan, Miss Esther Sid-
ney,
Cary, Mrs, Wilson Miles,
Cary, Miss Jane Margaret,

Carroll, Charles, 1720.

Commissioned Attorney -
General of Maryland, 18
July, 1688.

Payson, Mrs, Herbert.

Boone, Mrs. Daniel A,

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Horsey, Mrs, Outerbridge,

Carroll, Dr. Charles, 1691-
1755- Burgess for Annap-
olis, 1737, and subsequent
years.
Beall, Mrs, Edward Sinclair,
Beall, Miss Ijmisa Ogle
Mackubin, Miss Florence,



Allen, Mrs, Ethan,
Tumbull, Mrs. John 0.
Washburn, Mrs. CharUs W,
Preston, Mrs. J. Alexander.
Carroll, Miss Sally Wethered.
Calvert, Mrs. Charles Balti-
more.
Winn, Miss Mary.

Carter, Charles, 1707-1764.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1748-
64.
Minor, Miss Mary Willis,

Carter, Edward. Member of
Pennsylvania Assembly,
1688.
Huse, Mrs, Harry P,

Carter, Colonel John,

1669. Member of the Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1642-49, '53-59. Com-
manded against Rappa-
hannock Indians, 1054.
Member of Council, 1659-
69. Colonel of Lancaster
Co., 1656.

Hoffman, Mrs, R. Curson.

McLean, Mrs. Thomas Chal-
mers,

PouUney, Mrs. Arthur E.

Lyster, Mrs. Henry F.

Gordon, Miss Margaret,

Ober, Mrs, Robert,

I^emmon, Mrs. J. Southgate,

Minor, Miss Mary Willis,

Carter, Miss Mary Coles,

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nicholas, Miss Elisabeth Cary.

Page, Mrs. William C.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Carter, Honorable John,
1690-1743. Member of the
Council of Virginia, 1724.
Carter, Miss Mary Coles,

Carter, Landon (Sabine
Hall). Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1748-65. Chairman
Committee of Safety,Rich-
mond Co., 1775.



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Minor, Miss Mary Willis.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Carter, Honorable Robert,
1663-1732. Speaker of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1695-99. Treasurer,
1694-1732. President of the
Council and Acting Gov-
ernor, 1726-27. Member
of Council, 1699-1732.

McLean, Mrs. Thomas Chal-
mers.

Poultney, Mrs. Arthur E.

Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Gordon, Miss Margaret.

Ober, Mrs. Robert.

Lemmon, Mrs. J. Sottthgate.

Minor, Miss Mary Willis.

Carter, Miss Mary Coles.

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nicholas, Miss Elizabeth Cary.

Page, Mrs. William C.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Carter, Robert. Member of
Pennsylvania Assembly,
1698-99. Member of the
House of Representatives,

1703.
Huse, Mrs. Harry P.

Carter, Robert Wormley.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1769-
74. Member of Conven-
tion, 1775.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Cary, Archibald, 1720-1787.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1748-
74. Colonial Committee
of Correspondence, 1773-
74. Member of Conven-
tion, 1775. Speaker of Vir-
ginia Senate, 1776-87.

McLean, Mrs. Thomas Chal-
mers.

Gordon, Miss Margaret.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.



Cary, Colonel Miles I.,
1620-1667. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1659-63. Member
of Council, 1663-67. Ma-
jor of Militia, Warwick
Co., 1654 ; Lieutenant-
Colonel, 1657; Colonel and
County Lieutenant, 1659.
Killed in action with the
Dutch; died, 10 June, 1667.

Carter, Miss Mary Coles.

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nicholas, Miss Elisabeth Cary

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Cary, Colonel Miles II.,
1655- 1 709. Justice of War-
wick Co., Va., 1680; Cap-
tain of the County Militia,
1691 ; Lieutenant-Colonel,
1701; Colonel, 1704. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, 169 2-9 3,
1699-1704. Charter Trus-
tee of William and Mary
College, 1693, and Rector,
1706. Surveyor-General of
Virginia, 1699- 1709. Navat
Officer of York River,

1699-1709.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Carter, Miss Mary Coles.

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nicholas, Miss Elizabeth Cary.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Colonel Wilson,
1 703- 1 772. Major of Mil-
itia, Elizabeth City Co.,
Va., 1740; Colonel and
County Lieutenant, 1751.
Naval Officer of Lower
James River, 1726, and for
thirty-five years thereafter.

Carter, Miss Mary Coles.

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nichokts, Miss Elizabeth Cary,.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.



97



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Cary, Colonel Wilson
Miles, 1734-1817. Mem-
ber of the Virginia House
of Burgesses, 1759, 1766-
68. Lieutenant-Colonel of
Warwick Co., 1758; Coun-
ty Lieutenant and Colonel
of Eliazbeth City Co., 1762.
Visitor of William and
Maty College. Member
of Virginia Convention,
1776. Naval Officer of
Lower James, 1760-76.

Keyser, Mrs, R. Brent.

Gary, Miss Jane Margaret,

Cattell, Captain Benjamin,
1749-1782. Commissioned
Captain in ist South Car-
olina Regiment, 5 June,
1775.

Iglehart, Mrs. C, Iredell.

Robinson, Miss Louisa HaU.

Whitridge, Mrs. Horatio L.

Taylor, Mrs. Winfield J.

TurnbuUy Mrs. Alexander
Nisbet.

Garrett, Mrs, T, Harrison.

Cattell, Honorable Will-
iam, 1682-1752. Member
of the Council of South
Carolina, 1724.

Iglehart, Mrs. G. Iredell.

Robinson, Miss Louisa HaU.

Whiiridge, Mrs, Horatio L.

Taylor, Mrs. Winfield J.

TumbuU, Mrs . Alexander
Nisbet.

Garrett, Mrs. T. Harrison.

Chamberlaine, Samuel,
1697-1773. Burgess, Tal-
bot Co., 1731. Member
of Council, i740-5b.
Merritt, Mrs. J. Alfred.
Earle, Miss Mary Isabel,
Stokes, Miss Eliza Hughes.

Chandler, Job, 1659. Re-
ceiver-General of Mary-
land, 1651. Member of
Council, 1651-54, *56-59.
Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington.



98



Chase, Honorable Samuel,
1741-1811. Member of
House of Burgesses. Del-
ep^ate, from Maryland, to
Continental Congress,
1774-78. Signer of the
Declaration of Independ-
ence. Chief Justice of
Maryland. Justice of the
Supreme Court of the
United States.
Mills, Mrs. Abraham Gilbert.

Chase, Reverend Thomas,

1703-1779. Rector of St.

Paul's Church, Baltimore

Co., 1745-79.

Mills, Mrs. Abraham Gilbert,

Checkley, Colonel Samuel,
1653-1738. Captain of An-
cient and Honorable Ar-
tillery Company. Colonel,
1 71 5. Representative to
General Court, 1702-17.
Jones, Mrs. E. Bradley.

Cheeseborough, Samuel,
1627-1673. Representative,
i657» '65-66, '70-73. Colony
of Connecticut.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Cheeseborough, William,
1594-1667. Deputy, 1640, '42,
Colony of Massachusetts
Bay; Representative, 1653,
'55, '57, 64, Colony of Con-
necticut.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Chew, Benjamin, i 722-1810.
Attomey-Greneral of Penn-
sylvania, 1755-67. Mem-
ber of Governor's Coun-
cil, 1755. Speaker of As-
sembly of Lower Coun-
ties, 1756. Chief Justice,
Supreme Court of Penn-
sylvania, 1774.

Sibley, Mrs. Clarence.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Dugan, Mrs. Hammond.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Howard, Miss Marian Gilmor.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCBSTOKS AND DESCENDANTS.



King, Mrs, Joseph,
Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Chew, John, 1668. Mem-
ber Virginia House of
Burgesses, 1623-29, '42-44.
Justice, York Co., Va.,
1634-52.

IVilliams, Miss Elizabeth
Chew.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Paca, Miss Juliana Tilghntan.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Howard, Miss Marian Gihnor.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.

King, Mrs. Joseph.

Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Philpof, Miss Mary Dennison.

Milnor, Miss Mary Worthing'
ton.



-1677.



Chew, Samuel, -

Burgess, Anne Arundel
Co., 1659. Member of
Council and Justice of the
Provincial Court, 1669-77.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Williams, Miss Elisabeth
Chew.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard,

Howard, Miss Marian GUmor.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.

King, Mrs. Joseph.

Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Ridgely, Mrs. Charles.

Ridgely, Mrs. John.

Philpot, Miss Mary Dennison.

Milnor, Miss Mary Worthing-
ton.

Chew, Samuel, M. D., 1693-
1743. Chief Justice of the
three lower counties of
Delaware, 1741-43.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Howard, Miss Marian Gihnor.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.

King, Mrs. Joseph.

Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent,

Clagett, Captain Thomas,



1703. Captain Calren

Co. Militia, 1683.
Williams, Miss Eliiabeth

Chew.
Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.
Bass, Mrs. John M.
Cheatham, Mrs, Richard,

Clapp, Captain Roger, 1609-
1692. Lieutenant, 1644.
Member Ancient and
Honorable Artillery Com-
pany, 1646. Lieutenant in
same, 1655. Captain at the
Castle (Fort Independ-
ence), 1065-86. Deputy,
1652, thirteen years.
Currie, Mrs, C, George,

Clark, Lieutenant Will-
iam, 1609- 1690. Elected to
General Assembly, 1663.
Lieutenant in King Phil-
ip's War, 1676.
Currie, Mrs. C. George,

Clarke, General Elijah,

1799. Captain of

Georgia Militia, 1776; later
Colonel. Took part in
the Capture of Augusta,
1781.
Williams, Miss Sue Camp-
bell.

Clarkson, Matthew,

1702. Commissioned, in
1689, by William III., Sec-
retary of the Colony of
New York, and held office
until his death.
Whitelock, Mrs. George.

Claypoole, James, 1634-1687.
Member of Legislative
Assembly of Pennsylvania,
1686. Member of Provin-
cial Council, 1687. Com-
missioner to Sign Patents
and Grant Warrants, 1686.
Register-General, 1686.
Cook, Mrs. George Hamilton,

Clowes, John, 1687. Mem-
ber Pennsylvania Assem-
bly, 1683-1687.
Hough, Miss Ethel.



99



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Cocke, William, 1672-1720.
Member of Council of Vir-

f'mia, 1712. Secretary of
tate and Judge of the
General Court.
Latane, Miss Lucy Temple,

Coffin, Tristram, I., 1609-
1681, Nantucket, Mass.
Chief Magistrate of Gen-
eral Court, 1671, '77-78.
Stewart, Mrs. David.
Hamikon, Mrs. W. T.

Coffin, Tristram, II., 1632-
1704, Newbury, Mass.
Lieutenant, 1668. Deputy,
1695, 1700-1702.

Stewart, Mrs. David.

HamiUon, Mrs. W, T.

CoLDEN, Honorable Cad-
WALADER, 1688-1776. Sur-
veyor - General of New
York. Master in Chan-
cery, 1718. Member of
Council from 1720, and its
President in 1760. Lieu-
tenant-Governor of New
York, 1761-76.
Morris, Miss Elizabeth M.

Cole, Robert. One of the
thirteen original proprie-
tors of Providence Planta-
tions, 1636.
Hodges, Mrs. J. S. B.
Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington.

Cole, Colonel William,
1637-1693. Member of the
Council of Virginia, 1675-
94. Secretary of State,
1690-91. One of the origi-
nal trustees of William and
Mary College, 1693. Coun-
ty Lieutenant, Warwick
Co., 1680.
Tiffany, Mrs. L. McLane.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Colegate, Colonel Rich-
ard, 1676-1721. Burgess



from Baltimore Co., 1709-
21. Colonel of Militia.

Christopher, Mrs. John G.

Burleson, Mrs. Albert Sidney.

Johns, Mrs. Claude Douglas.

Coleman, William, 1643 .

Member of the Ancient
and Honorable Artillery
Company of Boston, 1676.
Ensign, 1692.

Hall, Miss Elizabeth Ward.

Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

Collier, William, 1670.

Assistant, 1634-65, Plym-
outh Colony. Member of
the Council of War. Com-
missioner for the United
Colonies, 1643.
Ridgely, Mrs. John.

Collins, Francis, 1635-1720.
Member of New Jersey
Assembly, 1683-84. Mem-
ber of Governor Jennings*
Council, 1683. Judge of
West Jersey Court, 1684,
and of Gloucester Co.
Court, 1684, etc.

Huse, Mrs. Harry P.

Griswold, Miss EUen Howell.

Colston, William. Member
of the Virginia House of
Burgesses, 1692.

Carroll, Mrs. Mary Randolph.

Page, Mrs. William C.

Colt, John, 1658-175 i. Lieu-
tenant gf Lynn (Mass.)
Company, 171 7, and Cap-
tain, 1723. Member of As-
sembly from Lynn, 1718-
31.
Fowler, Miss Anielie de Pau.

Colt, Peter, ^1744- 1824. As-
sistant Commissary to
General Fitch, 1775. At
siege of Boston, 1777.
Deputy Commissary-Gen-
eral for territory East of
the Hudson River, and for
New York and New Jer-



100



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



sey, until 1780. Treasurer
of Connecticut, 1789-93.
Fowler, Miss Amelie de Pau,

CoNTEE, Alexander, 1691-
1740. Burgess for Charles
Co., 1724.
Ritchie, Mrs. John.
Boyd, Mrs. Allen Richards.
Carroll, Mrs. Mary Randolph.

Conway, Colonel Edwin,
1681-1763. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1710-42.
Hall, Mrs. George W. S.

Cook, Major Aaron, 1610-
1690. Westfield, Mass.
Deputy to the General
Court, 1668. Ensign, 1676.
Captain of a garrison in
King Philip's War. Major
of Hartford Troop, 1658.
Stockbridge, Mrs. Henry, Jr.

Cooper, Joseph, 1666-1749.
Member of New Jersey
Assembly for nineteen
years. Member of Coun-
cil, 1703.
Smith, Mrs. Robert C.

Cooper, William, 1632-1710.
Member of New Jersey
Assembly, 1685, '88, '07.
Justice of the Peace, 1682-

86. Judge of Gloucester
Co. Court, 1686. Member
of the Proprietors' Coun-
cil, 1689.

Huse, Mrs. Harry P.
Smith, Mrs. Robert C.

CoppocK, Honorable Bar-
tholomew, 1720.

Member Penn's Council,
1688- 1690. Member As-
sembly, Chester Co., 1686-.

87, '92, '95, '97. ^ ,
Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Corbin, Henry, 1676.

Member of Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1658-



59. Member of Council,
1663-67.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Tilton, Miss Elisabeth.

Colvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarleton, Mrs. Robert.

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.

Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. l^H.

Emory, Mrs. Campbell D.

Screven, Mrs. George P.

Trimble, Mrs. David C.

Sullivan, Mrs. Felix R.

Magruder, Mrs. John Read.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

Pennington, Miss Elizabeth
Uoyd.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.

Calvert, Mrs. Charles Balti-
more.

Lowndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Shawhan, Mrs. Charles S.

Cornell, Honorable Gid-
eon, 1710-1765. Lieuten-
ant-Governor and Chief
Justice of Rhode Island.

Blackford, Mrs. Eugene.

Poultney, Mrs. Arthur E.

CouRSEY, William, 1684.

High Sheriff, Calvert Co.,
1659-60. Justice, Kent Co.,
1661, and of Talbot Co. in
the same year. Burgess,
Talbot Co., 1666-68.
Orrick, Mrs. Henry Abert.

Courts, Colonel John, 1655-
1702. Justice, Charles Co.,
1685-89; Captain of Horse,
Charles Co. Militia, 1689;
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1694;
Colonel, 1695. Member of
Council, 1692-97.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Courts, John, 1691 - 1748.
Burgess, Charles Co.,
1728-^.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne,

CouYN, Casparus, L, 1693-
. Ensig^n of Foot,



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OP ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



New York Militia, 8 Jan-
uary, 1735. First Lieu-
tenant, 30 November,

^1743.

Bond, Mrs. Hugh Lennox, Jr.

CouYN, Casparus, II., 1725-
1805. Member Committee
of Safety, Clavrack Dis-
trict, New York, 1775.
Commissioned Captain
8th Regiment, New York
Volunteers, 20 October,
1775.
Bond, Mrs. Hugh Lennox, Jr.

CowPLAND, Honorable Ca-
leb, 1758. Member

Pennsylvania Provincial
Assembly, 1729-36. Jus-
tice of the Peace, 1733,
'38, '41, '49. Trustee of
Loan Office, 1738-43.
Puisne Judge, 1750-58.
GiU, Mrs. William Harrison.

CowPLAND, Captain Jona-
than, 1724 . Captain

of the armed boat Fame,
17 October, 1776.
GiU, Mrs. William Harrison.

Craske, Captain Edmund,
1640-1683. Captain, Rap-
pahannock Co., Virginia
Militia, 1676, in Bacon's
Rebellion.

Wilson, Mrs. WiUiam B.

Wilson, Miss Emma.

Craske, Captain John, 1668-
1706. Captain of Rich-
mond Co. Virginia Militia,
in active service against
Indians, 1704.

Wilson, Mrs. William B.

Wilson, Miss Emma.

Craufurd, David, 1736-1800.
Justice, Prince George's
Co., 1773. Member of
Maryland Convention,

„i774-75.

Henry, Mrs. James L.

Cresap, Daniel, T, 1727-1798.



Member Committee of
Safety, Frederick County,

1775.
Holladay, Mrs. Samuel W.

Cresap, Daniel II., i753-
1 794. First LieutenantSmall-
wood's Battalion, I775-
Lieutenant-Colonel of Mil-
itia, Alleghany Co., I794,
and commanded a regfi-
ment in the Whiskey In-
surrection.
Holladay, Mrs. Samuel W.

Cresap, Thomas, 1702-1788.
Surveyor of Western
Maryland, 1737-50. Cap-
tain of Riflemen, 1754, and
served with distinction in
the French and Indian
War. Burgess, Frederick
Co., 1765, and several times
subsequently. Colonel of
Maryland Forces.
Holladay, Mrs. Samuel W.

Cropper, General John,
1755-1821. Captain of Vir-
ginia Minute Men, 1775,
and later his company
was attached to the 9th
Virginia Regfiment. Brig-
adier-General, 2ist Vir-
ginia Brigade, 181 5.
Tiffany, Mrs. L. McLane.

Cropper, Captain Sebas-
tian, 1731-1776. Commis-
sioned Captain, Accomac
Co. Militia, 30 September,

1773.
Tiffany, Mrs. L. McLane.

Croshaw, Major Joseph,

i667r Justice of York

Co., Va., 1655, and subse-
quently Major of the
County Militia. Member
of the Virginia House of
Burgesses, 1659-60.
Clark, Mrs. Frank P.
Dandridge, Miss Anne SpoUs-
wood.

CusHiNG, Honorable John,
I., 1627-1708. Deputy to



102



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OP ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



General Court, 1674, and
for many years after. As-
s i s t a n t , 1689, '90, '91,
Plymouth Colony. Dep-
uty to General Court, Mas-
sachusetts, 1692.
Thomas, Mrs, Douglas H,
TumbuU, Mrs, Alexander

Nisbet,
Garrett, Mrs. T, Harrison.

CusHiNG, Honorable John,
II., 1660-1738. Member of
the Governor's Council of
Massachusetts, 1710-28.

Thomas, Mrs. Douglas H.

TumbuU, Mrs. Alexander
Nisbet.

Garrett, Mrs. T. Harrison.

Gushing, Honorable John,
III., 1695-1778. Repre-
sentative from Scituate,
Mass., 1721, and several
succeeding years. Mem-
ber of the Governor's
Council, 1746-63.
Thomas, Mrs. Douglas H,
Turnbull, Mrs . Alexander

Nisbet.
Garrett, M¥s. T. Harrison,

CusTis, Major- General
John, 1630-1696. Mem-
ber of Council of Virginia,
1680. Major- General of
Virginia Forces.

von Kapif, Mrs. Frederick.

Custis, Miss Lena Wise.

Custis, Miss Sarah Horsey.

Custis, Miss Clara Douglas.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Wilson, Mrs. James W.

Howard, Miss Marian Gihnor.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.

King, Mrs. Joseph.

Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Goldsboroughi Mrs. George
Robins.

WhUridge, Mrs. WiUiam H,

Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle,

Custis, Colonel John, 1653-
1713. Member of Council
of Virginia, 1699. Colonel



and Commander-in-Chief

of Militia on Eastern

Shore of Virginia.
Von Kapf, Mrs. Frederick.
Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.
Wilson, Mrs. James W.
Howard, Miss Marian Gihnor.
Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett,
King, Mrs. Joseph.
Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-

elstan.
WhUridge, Mrs. WUliam H.
Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

CuTT, John, 1681. Presi-
dent of the Cotmcil of
New Hampshire, 1679-81.
Hall, Miss Elisabeth Ward.
Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

Dandridge, Colonel Will-
iam, 1743. Member of

the Council of Virginia,
and Commissioner on the
boundary of Virgfinia and
North Carolina, 1727. Cap-
tain in the Royal Navy,
1737-43.
Clark, Mrs. Frank P.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Darnall, Colonel Henry,

1 711. Member of

Council of Maryland and
Deputy Governor, 1684-89.

Payson, Mrs. Herbert.

Boone, Mrs. Daniel A.

Bayard, Miss EUen Howard.

Lyster, Mrs. Henry F.

Horsey, Mrs. Outerbridge.

Daves, Captain John, 1748-
1804. Ensign, 1776; Lieu-
tenant, 1777; Captain, 1781,
North Carolina Line.
Daves, Miss Jennie Haywood,

Davis, Captain James, of
Gloucester, Mass., 1664-
I 7 I 5 . Representative,
1095-99, 1701-1703, 1708;^.
Ensign, 1681, and Captain,
1689, in Massachusetts
Bay Colony Militia.
Belknap, Mrs. Charles.



103



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Browne, Mrs, Samuel Tracy,
Assheton, Mrs, William Her-
bert.

De Haes, Joannes, 1694,

Justice, New Castle, Del.,
1680. Member of Assem-
bly, 1683, '87, m '90.
Mullikiny Mrs. Richard Oden,
Mullikinf Miss Sophia Mar-
garet.

De Lancy, Peter. Member
of Assembly, Province of
New York, 1756-1768.
MorriSy Miss Elisabeth Mani-
gault.

D E M I N G , John, 1615-1705,
Wethersfield, Conn. Dep-
uty, 1649-61. Named as
one of the Patentees of
Connecticut, by Charles
II., in the Royal Charter,
1662.

Chatardy Mrs. Thomas M.

Williams, Miss Rebecca Dal-
rymple.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Denison, Captain George,
1620- 1694. Captain, 26 May,
1676. Provost of Stoning-
ton, 12 February, 1676.
Deputy, 1676-87. Commis-
sioner to Court, 1675-94.
Powell, Mrs. William S.
Hamilton, Mrs. Levin Mayer.

Denning, William, 1740-1819.
Member of the Committee
of One Hundred, New
York, 1775.
Hodges, Mrs. J. S. B.



Dennis, Donnack, 1716.

High Sheriff, Somerset

Co., 1685.
Cook, Mrs. Harry C.
Snead, Mrs. Charles W.
Rogers, Mrs, Henry W.

Dennis, John, 1704-1766. Bur-
gess, Somerset Co., 1755.
Cook, Mrs. Harry C.



Smad, Mrs. Charles W,
Rogers, Mrs, Henry W,

Dent, Thomas, 1676. Jus-
tice, St. Mary's Co., 1661-
68. High Sheriff, 1664-65.
Burgess, 1669, '74-76.
Boyd, Mrs, Allen Richards,

De Peyster, Colonel Abra-
ham, 1657-1728. Colonel
of the New York Regi-
ment of Foot, 1695- Chief
Justice and member of the
Royal Council, 1698. Act-
ing Governor, 1700.
Treasurer of the Provinces
of New York and New
Jersey, 1706-21.
Whitelock, Mrs, George.

Derby, Richard, 1712-1783.
Member General Court of
Massachusetts Bay, 1769-
1773. Member Governor's
Council, 1774-76.
Moore, Mrs. Benjamin P.

De Sille, Nicasius. Mem-
ber of Council, 1653-60.
Schout Fiscal, New Neth-
erland, 1658-60.
Hoffman, Mrs. R. Curzon.

Dick, James, 17 10 . Jus-
tice, Anne Arundel Co.,
1756.
Cushman, Mrs. Charles D.

Dickinson, Samuel, 1689-
1760. Presiding Judge,
Court of Common Pleas,
Kent Co., Del., 1740. As-
sociate Judge, Supreme
Court of Delaware, 1754.
Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Dickinson, Walter, 1621-
1681. Justice, Talbot Co.,

1679.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Dandridge, Miss Anne S potts-
wood.



DiGGES, Honorable Cole,
1692- 1 744. Member of the



104



Digitized by



Google



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Virginia House of Bur-
gesses. Member of Coun-
cil, 1719-44. County Lieu-
tenant of Elizabeth City,
Warwick and York Coun-
ties, 1728.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

DiGGEs, Sir Dudley, 1583-
1639. Member of Council
of the Virginia Company,
1609. Patented land in
Virginia, 1620.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Digges, Honorable Dud-
ley, 1665-1710. Member
of the Council of Virginia,
1698-1710. Auditor-Gen-
eral.
Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

DiGGES, Governor Edward,
1620-1675. Member of
Council of Virginia, 1654-
75. Governor of Virginia,
1656-58.

Steuart, Miss Mary Eligabeth.

Steuart, Miss Henrietta.

Denman, Mrs. H. B.

Tiffany, Mrs. L. McLane.

Williams, Mrs. Charles


1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 13 14

Online LibraryNational Society of the Colonial Dames of AmericaOfficers, list of members and ancestors → online text (page 8 of 14)