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Rensselaerwyck. Member
of the Council at Bever-



148



wyck, and its President in
1644.
Morris, Miss Elisabeth M.

Stacy, Mahlon, 1704.

Member of New Jersey
Assembly, 1681-82, '88,
'97, 1701. Member of
Council, 1703.
Smith, Mrs Robert C.

Standish, Captain Miles,
1584-1656. February 27,
1621, he received the first
military commission given
in this country. Captain
and commander of the
military forces of Ply-
mouth Colony, 1620-56.
Magistrate and Assistant,
1627-56, of the town of
Duxbury, Mass., which he
founded in 1627.
Thomsen, Mrs. John J.
Ridgely, Mrs. John.

Stanley, Captain John,
1624-1706. Sergeant, 1669;
Ensign, 1674; Lieutenant,
1675; Captain, 1676, Hart-
ford Co. Militia. Served
in King Philip's War "up
the river." Colony of
Connecticut.
Goddard, Mrs. Henry P.

Stanton, Thomas, 1615-1677,
Interpreter - General for
New England Colonies.
Member General Court.
Magistrate. Indian Com-
missioner.
Hamilton, Mrs. Levin Mayer.

Steele, Captain William,
1707-1780. Captain of one
of the Associated Com-
panies of Lancaster Co.,
Penna., in 1756.
Mills, Mrs. Abraham Gilbert.

Stegge, Captain Thomas. вАФ
1651. Speaker of the Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1642. Parliamentary Com-



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



missioner for the reduc-
tion of Virginia, 1651.

Ponltney, Mrs. Arthur E.

Minor, Miss Mary Willis.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Stephan, General Adam,

1791. Major, Indian

War, 1754. Colonel, 1765.
Brigadier-General, 1776.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Sterett, James, 1796.

Member of Committee of
Observation. Baltimore
Town, 1775.
Simpson, Mrs. Edward.

Sterett, Captain John, 1750-
1787. Member Commit-
tee of Observation, Balti-
more Co., 1776. Captain,
Baltimore Co. Militia,
1776.

Sunpson, Mrs. Edward.

Sloan, Mrs. Robert Neale.

Steuart, Doctor George,

1780. Commissioner

of the Land Office, 1753-
57. Mayor of Annapolis,
1759-63. Member of
Council.

Steuart, Miss Mary Elizabeth.

Steuart, Miss Henrietta.

Stevens, Colonel William,
1687. Burgess, Som-
erset Co., 1658, '69. Mem-
ber of Council.
Zunts, Miss Sue Howard.

Stevenson, George, Carlisle,
Pa. Justice of the Peace
and Courts, 1749-50, 1777,
etc.
Lyster, Mrs. Henry F. LeH.

Stickney, LieutenantWill-
lAM, 1592-1665. A founder
of Rowley, Mass., 1639.
Lieutenant, 1661.

Hall. Miss Elisabeth Ward.

Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.



Stith, Drury, 1770. Bur-
gess for Brunswick Co.,
Va., 1748, '52.

Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.

Robbins, Mrs. Henry S.

Stith. Griffin, 1720-1784,
Clerk of Northampton
Co. (Va.) Court, 1743-83.
Member of Committee of
Observation, 1774.

Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.

Robbins, Mrs. Henry S.

Stith, Major John. Major
of Militia and Justice of
Henrico Co., Va., 1680.
High Sheriff Charles City
Co. 1691. Burgess, 1685.
1692-93.

Johnston, Miss Maria Stith.

Robbins, Mrs. Henry S.

Stockley, Alexander,

1787. Member of the Com-
mittee of Safety, Accomac
Co., Va., 1774-
Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Stockton, Honorable John,
1701-1757. Presiding
Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas, New Jer-
sey.
Williams, Mrs. John Wither-
spoon.

Stockton, Lieutenant
Richard, 1606-1707. First
Lieutenant, 1665. Flush-
ing (L. L) Troop of
Horse, and of the Foot
Company. 1667.
O'Ferrall, Mrs. Frank F.
Huse. Mrs. hiarry P.

Stone, John, 1698. Jus-
tice, Charles Co., 1670-
1687; High Sheriff of the
county, 1694; Justice of
the Provincial Court of
Maryland, 1695-96.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Stone, Captain Thomas,
1677-1727. Burgess for



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Charles Co., 1715; Justice,
1717-1727-
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Stone, Governor William,
1604- 1660. Governor of
Maryland, 1648-55.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Strother, Captain William
Dabnev. Captain in 2d
Georgia Regiment ; on
roll for August, 1778.
Clarke, Mrs. Henry F.

Swift, John, I., Bucks County
and Philadelphia, Pa. Jus-
tice of the Peace, 1685,
I7i5> '17-19, '22, '25-27;
Member of Assembly,
1689, '92-93, '95, 1 699- 1 701.
1704-07, '12-16, '18. '21-28.

Poc, Mrs. Neilson, Jr.

Poultney, Mrs. Eugene.

Swift, John, II., 1720-1802.
Member of the Common
Council of Philadelphia,
1757-76 ; Collector of the
Port, 1-762-72. Justice of
the Peace and of the
Courts, Bucks Co., Pa.,
I 774- I 802.

Poe, Mrs. Neilson, Jr.

Poultney, Mrs. Eugene.

Sylvester, Captain Joseph,
1638-1690, Scituate, Mass.
Captain, under Colonel
Church, in the Maine Ex-
pedition, 1689. Died, 1690,
in Sir William Phipps'
Quebec Expedition.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Taliaferro, John, 1720.

Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses. Lieu-
tenant, commanding
Rangers, 1692. Sheriff of
Essex Co., 1699.

Reynolds. Mrs. William.

Tarletoii. Mrs. Robert.

Calvin, Mrs. Alexatidcr B.



Taney, Michael, 1692.

High Sheriff of Calvert

Co., Md., 1685-89.
Brent, Miss Ida S.
Keyser, Mrs. William.
Hunt, Mrs. Dunbar.
Hunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Tasker, Honorable Benta-
min, 1690-1768. President
of Council of Maryland.
Acting Governor, 1752.
Commissioner to Peim-
sylvania, 1752. Delegate
to Colonial Congress at
Albany, 1754.

Brown, Miss Lisinka Camp-
bell.

Roman, Miss Louisa Lowndes.

Lough, Mrs. Ernest St.
George.

Lozvndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tavloe.

L^mmon, Mrs. J. Southgate.

Beall, Mrs. Edward Sinclair.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Winn, Miss Mary.

Shawham, Mrs. Charles S.

Tasker. Captain Thomas,

1700. Justice, Calvert

Co., 1685, '90-92. Bur-
gess. 1692-97. Member of
Council, 1698-1700. Jus-
tice, Provincial C o n r t,
1694. Treasurer of Mary-
land, 1695.

Roman, Miss Louisa Lowndes.

Lough. Mrs. Ernest St.
George.

Pennington, Miss Eliznheth
Lloyd.

Lozvndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

Chatard, Mrs. Thomas M.

Lemmon. Mrs. J. Southgnfc.

Beall, Mrs. Edward Sinclair.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Winn, Miss Mary.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

Sullivan, Mrs. Feli.r R.

Screven, Mrs. George P.

Hozvard, Mrs. Charles.

Tayloe, Colonel John, I.,
1687-1747. Sheriff of Rich-



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



mond Co., Va., 1713.

Member of the Council of

Virginia, 1732.
Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.
Emory, Mrs. Campbell D.
Screven, Mrs. George P.
Trimble, Mrs. David C.
Sullivan, Mrs. Feli.x R.
Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.
Magruder, Mrs. John Read.
Shippen, Mrs. Edward.
Pennington, Miss Elisabeth

Lloyd.
Lowndes, Mrs. Lloyd.
Howard, Mrs. Charles.
Shawhan, Mrs. Charles S.
Tilton, Miss Elisabeth.

Tayloe, Colonel John II.,

1779. Member of the

Council of Virginia, 1772.
Councillor of State, 1776.

Emory, Mrs. Campbell D.

Screven, Mrs. George P.

Trimble, Mrs. David C.

Sullivan, Mrs. Felix R.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Magruder, Mrs. John Read.

Shippen, Mrs. Edzvard.

Pennington, Miss Elisabeth
Lloyd.

Lozvndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

JJoward, Mrs. Charles.

Shawhan, Mrs. Charles S.

Tilton, Miss Elisabeth.

Tayloe, Colonel William,
1710. Justice, Rappa-
hannock Co., Va., 1686.
High Sheriff, 1688-89,
1705-07. County Lieuten-
ant of Richmond Co.,
1705. Burgess, 1705-10.

Shippen, Mrs. Edzvard.

Tilton, Rfiss Elisabeth.

Emory, Mrs. Campbell D.

Screven, Mrs. George P.

Trimble, Mrs. David C.

Sullivan, Mrs. Felix R.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Magruder, Mrs. John Read.

Pennington, Miss Elisabeth
Lloyd.

Lowndes, Mrs. Lloyd.

Howard, Mrs. Charles.



Taylor, Colonel James,
1674-1729. Burgess, King
and Queen Co., Va., 1702.
Clarke, Mrs. Henry F.

Taylor, Captain Thomas,

1657. Member cf the

Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1646.

Nicholas, Miss Cary Ann.

Nicholas. Miss Elisabeth Gary.

Keyser, Mrs. R. Brent.

Randall, Mrs. Alexander Bar-
ton.

Cary, Miss Jane Margaret.

Teackle, John, 1693-1721.
Member Virginia House
of Burgesses, 1721.
von I{.apff, Mrs. Frederick.
Cox. Mrs. James W., Jr.
Giffen, Miss Lilian.
Giffen, Mrs. James Fortescue.
Giffen, Miss Louise.
Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.
Wilson, Mrs. James W.
Howard, Miss Marian Gihnor.
Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.
King, Mrs. Joseph.
Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-

elstan.
Whitridge, Mrs. William H.
Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Teackle, Thomas, 1736-1784.

Member of the Committee

of Safety, Accomac Co.,

Va., 1774-

Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Thacher, Reverend Thos.,
1620-1678. First pastor of
Old South Church, Bos-
ton, 16 February, 1670.
Powell, Mrs. William S.

Thomas, Colonel Edward.
Commissioned Lieuten-
ant-Colonel, Heard's Bat-
talion of Minute Men, 12
February, 1776. Colonel
1st Regiment, Essex Co.
(N. J.) Militia, 23 Feb-
ruary, 1776. Colonel De-
tached Militia, 18 July,



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



1776. Detailed to join
General Washington at
Trenton, to form the Fly-
ing Camp, 16 July, 1776.
Smith, Mrs. Robert C.

Thomas, Evan, 1738-1826.
Member Committee of
Observation for Freder-
ick Co., 1774-75-

Fisher, Mrs. Charles D.

Roberts, Mrs. John B.

Thomas, Lieutenant Philip,
1600-1675. Member of the
High Commission gov-
erning Maryland, 1656.
and one of those who, in
1659, surrendered the Gov-
ernment to Lord Balti-
more. Lieutenant Pro-
vincial Forces of Mary-
land before 1656.

Roberts, Mrs. John B.

Fisher, Mrs. Charles D.

Marshall, Mrs. Charles.

Hough. Miss Ethel.

Thomas, Doctor Philip,
1747-1815. Delegate to
Congress held at Annapo-
lis, 1774; member of the
Committee of Observa-
tion. Frederick Co., 1775:
member of House of Del-
egates, 1777; Presidential
Elector at first election of
Washington.
Carroll, Mrs. Mary Randolph.

Thomas,Tristram, 1701-1769.

Justice, Talbot Co., 1745-

46. '51-54-
Markoe, Mrs. Frank.
Sibley, Mrs. Clarence.
Dugan, Mrs. Hammona.

Thomas, Major William.
1714-1795. Burgess, St.
Mary's Co., 1761, 1769-71;
member of Committee of
Safety. I775: Delegate to
Assembly from St. Mary's
Co., 1777, '79, '81; Major
in the Provincial Militia.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.



Thompson, Colonel John.
Burgess, Cecil Co., 1694.
Bayard, Miss Ellen Hoivard.

Thomson, Stevens, 1670-1714.
Attorney-General of Vir-
ginia, 1703-14-
Rowland, Miss Elisabeth
Mason.

TiiORNBURGii, Lieutenant-
Colonel Joseph,

1820. Wagonmaster-Gen-
eral. Commissioned Lieu-
tenant - Colonel, 18 June,
1777-
Birckhead, Mrs. James, Jr.

Thorowgood,Captain Adam,
1602-1640. Member Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1629-30, '32. Member of
Council, 1637.

Rotvland, Miss Elisabeth
Mason.

Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Floyd, Miss Nannie Tcackle.

Thurston, Edward, 1617-
1707. Deputy to Rhode
Island Assembly, 1667-88.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Tilghman, James, 1743-1809.
Burgess, Queen Anne's
Co., 1762. Member of
Ma r y 1 a n d Convention,
1775-76. Member of the
Council of Safety, 1776.
Earle, Miss Mary Isabel.

Tilghman, Honorable Mat-
thew, 1718-1790. Justice,
Talbot Co., 1741: Burgess,
1751-1774; Speaker, 1773-
74; President of Maryland
Assembly, 1774-76. and of
Constitutional Conven-
tion. 1776. Delegate to
Continental Congress,
1774-76. Member of Sen-
ate of Maryland till 1783.
Coolidge, Mrs. Charles Austin.



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Bateman, Mrs. James M. H.
Paca, Miss Juliana Tilghman.

TiLGHMAN, Doctor Richard.
1626-1675. High Sheriff
of Talbot Co., 1670-71.
Beall Miss Louisa Ogle.
Coolidge, Mrs. Charles Austin.
Bateman, Mrs. James M. H.
Lilrman, Mrs. Theodor G.
Tilghman, Miss Mary.
Paca. Miss Juliana Tilghman.
Presstman, Mrs. Benjamin.
Earle, Miss Mary Isabel.
Stokes, Miss Elisa Hughes.
Lixrmun, Mrs. Gustav JV.
Norris, Mrs. Owen.
Merritt, Mrs. Alfred.
Semple, Mrs. Percy.

Tilghman. Colonel Rich-
ard. 1672-1738. Burgess,
Talbot Co., 1698-1702.
Member of Council from
171 1 ; Chancellor, 1725

Coolidge, Mrs. Charles Austin.

Batoiian, Mrs. James M. H.

Lilrman, Mrs. Theodor G.

Tilghman, Miss Mary.

Paca, Miss Juliana Tilghman.

Presstman, Mrs. Benjamin.

Earle, Miss Mary Isabel.

Pitts, Mrs. Sullivan.

Stokes, Miss Eliza Hughes.

Lilrman, Mrs. Gustav IV.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Norris, Mrs. Owen.

Semple, Mrs. Percy.

Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Tilghman, Richard, III..
1705-1768. Justice of the
Provincial Court, 1746-54.

Earle, Miss Mary Isabel.

Lilrman, Mrs. Gustav IV.

Beall, Miss Louisa Ogle.

Tilghman, Lieutenant-Col-
onel Tench, 1744-1786.
Captain, Maryland Flying
Camp. 1776. Aid to Gen-
eral Washington, with
rank of Lieutenant-Colo-
nel; served through the
war. Selected to convey



to Congress the news of
the surrender of Corn-
wallis, 1781.
Bateman, Mrs. James M. H.

Tilghman, William, 1711-
1782. Burgess, Queen
Anne's Co.. 1734-38.
Lilrman, Mrs. Theodor G.
Tilghman, Miss Mary.
Norris, Mrs. Owen.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
wood.

Timothy. Louis. One of the
founders of the Philadel-
phia Library, 1731, and its
Librarian. 1732-33.

Wright, Mrs. D. Giraud.

Taylor, Mrs. B. Jones.

Todd. Captain Thomas,
1622-1676. Burgess for
Baltimore Co.. Md., 1674-
1675-

Waller, Mrs. Robert Alexan-
der.

Hoffman, Mrs. R. Cur son.

Price, Mrs. Sterling W.

Semmes, Mrs. John E.

Tolley, Thomas, 1732.

Burgess for Baltimore
Co., 1721-31; Justice, 1726.
'30. Commissioner to lay
out Joppa, 1724. Corn-
missioner to lay out Balti-
more, 1729.

Conrad, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis.

Ligon, Miss Elizabeth Worth-
ington Dorsey.

Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington.

Smith. Mrs. Chandler Price.

Tollev. Colonel Walter,

1782. Burgess for

Baltimore Co., 1754; Jus-
tice, 1754-64. Member
Maryland Conventions,
1774-76. Colonel of Gun-
powder Battalion. 1776.

Conrad, Mrs. Lawrence Lewis.

Ligon. Miss Elizabeth Worth-
ington Dorsey.



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-

ingtoH.
Smith, Mrs. Chandler Price.

TovvNSEND, Henry, 1695.

Member of Rhode Island
Assembly, 1650, '53. One
of the original patentees
of Flushing, 1656.
Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-

ington.
Hodges, Mrs. J. S. B.

TowNSEND, John, 1668.

Member of Rhode Island
Assembly, "1650, and suc-
cessive years. One of the
original patentees' of
Flushing, 1656.
Milnor, Miss Mary Worth-
ington.

TowNSHEND, Captain Rich-
ard, 1595-1648. Member
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1629, '42. Member
of Council, 1642.
Sfory, Mrs. B. T.

Traill, Robert, 1781.

Collector of Customs,

Port of Portsmouth, 1764.

Washburn, Mrs. Charles W.

Travers, Colonel William,

1685. Speaker of the

Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1677.

Carroll, Mrs. Mary Randolph.

Page, Mrs. William C.

Tre.\t, Honorable Richard,
1584 - 1669, Wethersfield,
Conn. Deputy, 1644-58 ;
Assistant, 1658-65; named,
in the Royal Charter, one
of the Patentees for Con-
necticut, 1662.

Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Chatard, Mrs. Thomas M.

Williams, Miss Rebecca Dal-
rymple.

Mackenzie, Miss Mary G. M.

Treat. Governor Robert,
1622-1710. Commander at



Great Swamp Fight. Ma-
jor commanding Connect-
icut troops at the battles
of Hadley and Springfield.
Deputy Governor, 1676-86.
Governor, 1686-1701. In
the encounter with the In-
dians at Bloody Brook, 18
September, 1675, his ar-
rival with the Connecticut
Forces turned the tide.
Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Trezevant, Theodore. 1722-
1797. Member of South
Carolina Provincial Con-
gress, 1775.
Wright, Mrs. D. Girand.
Taylor, Mrs. B. Jones.

Trippe, Lieutenant - Colo-
nel Henry, 1632-1697.
Justice, Dorchester Co.,
1671; Burgess, 1671-81.
Lieutenant-Colonel Mary-
land Militia.
Cox, Mrs. James W., Jr.

Trowbridge. Lieutenant
James, 1636-1717, Newton.
Deputy to the General
Court from Cambridge,
1700 and 1703. Served in
King Philip's War. Col-
ony of Massachusetts Bay.

Hall, Miss Elizabeth Ward.

Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

TuRBUTT, Foster, 1679- 1720.
Clerk of Talbot Co. Bur-
gess. 1715-16.

Markoe. Mrs. Frank.

Sibley, Mrs. Clarence.

Dugan, Mrs. Hammond.

TuRBUTT, Michael, 1696.

Justice, Talbot Co., 1687-
8q.
Markoe, Mrs. Frank.
Sibley, Mrs. Clarence.
Dugan, Mrs. Hammond.

Tybout, James, Kent Co.,
Del. Lieutenant, French
and Indian War.
Beasten, Mrs. Charles.



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Tyler, Robert, 1674.

Justice, Calvert Co., 1670.
Mercein, Mrs. Thomas R.
Stokes, Miss Eliza Hughes.

Tyng, William, of Boston,
later of Braintree, Mass.
Representative, 1639 - 44,
'47, '49-51; Treasurer of
the Colony, 1640-44; Cap-
tain of the Braintree Mil-
itia.
Woods, Mrs. Daniel C.

Van Cortlandt, Honorable
Olaff Stevens, 1600-
1684. Colonel of the
Burgher Corps, 1649. One
of the " eight men," 1645,
and one of the "nine men,"
1663. Burgomaster of
New York, 1655-64, the
last before the English
conquest. Lord of Cort-
landt Manor.

Morris, Adiss Elisabeth M.

Lurman, Mrs. Gustav W.

Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Van Cortlandt, Honorable
Stephanus, 1643 - 1700.
Colonel of the King's
County Regiment, 1671-93.
Mayor of New York, 1677.
Member of the Council of
New York, 1680- 1700.
Morris, Miss Elisabeth M.
Lurman, Mrs. Gustav W.

VA-iJ Cowenhoven, Wolfort
Gerrittse. S c h e p e n
(Alderman) of New Am-
sterdam, 1654. Secretary
of Town Council, 1658.
Commissioner to Hol-
land, 1653.
Hoffman, Mrs. R. Curzon.

Van Rensselaer, Colonel
Jeremias, 1674. Sec-
ond Patroon of Rensse-
laerwyck. Member of the
Colonial Assembly, and
Speaker, 1664. Colonel of
Militia at Albany.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.



Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen,

1646. First Patroon

of Rensselaerwyck.
Mason, Mrs. John Thomson.

Van Slichtenhorst, Brant
Arentse. First resident
Director of the Colony of
Rensselaerwyck, 1646-48,
and commander of the
fort at Rensselaerwyck.

Armstrong, Miss Mary
Hughes.

Rowley, Mrs. C. IV.

Morris, Miss Elisabeth Mani-
gault.

Van Swearingen, Garrett,

1698. High Sheriff,

St. Mary's Co., 1687-88.

Lurman, Mrs. Theodor G.

Tilghman, Miss Mary.

Norris, Mrs. Ozven.

Spencer, Mrs. Jervis.

Tait, Mrs. John R.

Rogers, Mrs. Charles Lyon.

Mullan, Mrs. John.

Whitney, Mrs. George E.

Holladay, Mrs. Samuel W.

Vaughan, Captain Robert.
Member of Assembly,
1637-47, '62. Lieutenant,
1642. Captain, 1647.

Commander of the Isle of
Kent, 1647-53.
Mcrritt. Mrs. J. Alfred.

Venable, Captain Abraham,
1701-1768. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1748. Captain cf
Virginia Forces in the In-
dian Wars.
Ligon, Miss Elisabeth Worth-
ington Dorsey.

Vernon, Randal, 1640-1725.
Member of Provincial As-
sembly of Pennsylvania,
1687.
Griswold, Miss Ellen Hozvell.

Ver Planck, Abraham
IsAACSEN, 1616-1690. One
of the "twelve men," the



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



first representative As-
sembly of the Dutch in
New Netherland.
Lurman, Mrs. Gustav W.

Ver Planck, Ensign Gel-
EYN. 1637- 1684. Ensign,
1673. In garrison at the
fort in New York City.
Schepen of Nieuw Am-
sterdam, and Alderman of
New York.
Lurman. Mrs. Giistav W.

Ver Planck, Ensign Philip,
1695-1771. Ensign in Col-
onel Vetch's Regiment,
Massachusetts Colonial
Forces, 171 1. Commis-
sioner to the Six Nations,
1746. Commissioner for
fortifications. 1755. Mem-
ber of New York Provin-
cial Assembly, 1734-68.
One of the Governors of
King's College, 1754-71.
Lilrvtan, Mrs. Gustav IV.

Wade, Captain Jonathan,

1689. Ipswich, Mass.

Captain of the Three
County Troop of Horse,
King Philip's War, 1676.
Hall. Miss Elisabeth Ward.
Hall, Miss Mary Siickney.

Wainwright, Colonel John.
1708. Colonel of Mas-
sachusetts Militia, 1707.
Bofid. Mrs. Hugh Lennox. Jr.

Walke, Anthony, 1692-1768.
Member of Virginia
House of Burgesses, and
Judge of Princess Anne
County Court.
Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Walke, Anthony, Jr., 1726-
1782. Member of Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses.
Smith, Miss Virginia Hope
Bryant.

Waller, Benjamin, i7i(



156



1786. Member of the Vir-
ginia House of Burgesses,
1748.
Atkinson, Mrs. Matthezv S.

Wallingford, Thomas,
169S-1771, of Stafford Co.,
N. H. Colonel of the
County Militia. Associate
Justice, Supreme Court of
New Hampshire, 1748-71.

Turnbull, Mrs. Alexander
Nisbet.

Garrett, Mrs. T. Harrison.

Ward, Seth. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1766-68.
Mcintosh, Mrs. David Gregg.

Ward, William, 1597-1687.
Deputy from Sudbury,
Colony of Massachusetts
Bay, 1644; Marlborough,
1666. One of the found-
ers of the town of Marl-
borough, 1660. In garri-
son at Sudburv in King
Philip's War.

Hall. Miss Elisabeth Ward.

Hall, Miss Mary Stickney.

Wardlaw, Captain Hugh,

1802. Captain of

South Carolina Militia,
1775-
Miles, Mrs Francis T.

Warfield, Doctor Charles
Alexander, 1751 - 1813.
Member of Committee of
Observation, 1774. Major
of Anne Arundel Co. ]\Iil-
itia.
MarsJiall, Mrs. Charles.

Waring Francis, 1717-1771.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1758,
'64. Signer of the West-
moreland Protest, 176=5.
Latane, Miss Lucy Temple.

Waring. Thomas, 1754.

Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses. 1736.



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Justice, Essex Co., 1720-
1740.
Latane, Miss Lucy Temple.

Warner, Colonel Augus-
tine, Sr., 161 1-1674.
Member of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1652-
55. Member of Council,
1659-74-

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.

Buell, Mrs. Daniel H.

Warner, Colonel Augus-
tine, Jr., I 64 2 - i 68 I .
Speaker of the Virginia
House of Burgesses, 1675-
1677.

Reynolds, Mrs. William.

Tarleton, Mrs. Robert.

Lewis, Miss Virginia Tayloe.

Buell, Mrs. Daniel H.

McCandlish, Miss Evelyn
Byrd.

Calvin, Mrs. Alexander B.

Warner, William, 1706.

Member of Governor
Markham's Council, 1681.
Member of Pennsylvania
Assembly, 1682-83. Jus-
tice at Upland Court, 1681.
Justice of Swede's Court.
Husc, Mrs. Harry P.

Warren, Colonel Hum-
phrey, 1694. Colonel

of Charles Co. Militia,
1694.
Parran, Mrs. James Bourne.

Washington, Colonel John,
1629-1677. Member of the
Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1666-76. Com-
manded expedition against
the Seneca Indians, 1675.
Buell, Mrs. Daniel H.

Waterman, Richard, 1590-
1673. One of the thir-
teen original proprietors
of Providence Plantations,
1636.

Wright, Mrs. D. Giraud.

Taylor, Mrs. B. Jones.



Watson, Thomas, 1737.

Justice of Bucks Co.,
Penna., 1715, '17, 26-27.
Member of Assembly,
1717-25.
Smith, Mrs. Thomas Marsh.

Webster, Governor John,
1590-1661. An original
settler of Hartford and a
founder of the Colony of
Connecticut. Deputy,
1637. Assistant, Hartford,
1639-55. Deputy - Gover-
nor, 1655. Governor, 1656.
First Magistrate, 1657-59.
Judge of the Court, Had-
ley, Mass., 1660.
Stockbridge, Mrs. Henry. Jr.

Wei RE, Major John,

1675. Burgess for Rappa-
hannock Co., Va., 1663.
Harvard, Mrs. Charles.

Weiser, Colonel Conrad,
1696-1760. Commissioned
Colonel of Pennsylvania
Forces, 31 October, 1755.

McSherry, Mrs. H. Clinton.

Hoogewerff, Mrs. John A.

West, Governor John, 1590-
1659. Burgess, 1629. Jus-
tice, York Co., Va., 1634
Councillor, 1631-59. Go-
ernor of Virginia, 1635-37.
Quartermaster - General,
1641.
Clark, Mrs. Frank P.
Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
zvood.

West, Colonel John,

1689. Major, Virginia
Forces, 1678. Senior Jus-
tice and Colonel of Mil-
itia, New Kent Co., Va.,
1680.

Clark, Mrs. Frank P.

Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-
ivood.

West, Lieutenant-Colonel
John, 1639-1703. High
SherifY of Accomac Co.,



INDEX OF ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS.



Va., 1664, 1667. Justice,
1663-1703. Captain of Mil-
itia, 1665. Major, 1675.
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1679.

von Kapff, Mrs. Frederick.

Bayard, Miss Ellen Howard.

Wilson. Mrs. lames IV.

Howard, Miss Marian Gilnwr.

Bayard, Mrs. Richard Bassett.

King, Mrs. Joseph.

Marshall, Mrs. Edward Ath-
elstan.

Whitridge, Mrs. William H.

Floyd, Miss Nannie Teackle.

Shippen, Mrs. Edward.

West. Colonel Nathaniel.

Member of the Virginia

House of Burgesses, 1702.

Clark, Mrs. Frank P.

Dandridge, Miss Anne Spotts-

wood.

Wetherill, Christopher,
1711. One of the orig-
inal proprietors, and mem-
ber of the Proprietary
Council of West Jersey,
I 688- I 707.
O'Ferrall, Mrs. Frank F.

Wharton, Colonel Jesse,

1676. President of

Council of Maryland,
1672-76. Deputy Gover-
nor, 1676.

Keyser, Mrs. William.

Hwit, Mrs. Dunbar.

Flunt, Miss Anita Dunbar.

Brent, Miss Nanine Maria.

Brent, Miss Ida S.

Wheelwright, Lieutenant
Jeremiah, 1678-1770.
Lieutenant in Louisburg
expedition, 1745.

Belknap, Mrs. Charles.

Browne, Mrs. Samuel Tracy.

Assheton, Mrs. William Her-
bert.

Wheelwright, Reverend
John, 1599-1679. Minis-
ter at Boston, Exeter,
Wells, Hampton and Salis-



bury. Founder of Exe-
ter, N. H.

Belknap, Mrs. Charles.

Browne, Mrs. Samuel Tracy.

Assheton, Mrs. William Her-
bert.

Wheelwright, Colonel


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