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The National Society of the

Daughters

of the

      American  Revolution

 

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Curator General, 1917
CATHERINE BRITTON BARLOW

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Mrs. Helena Charlotte Hill Weed, born in Connecticut      DAR ID Number 15438     Also No. 8962 No. 1310 No. 5882 No. 2222
Wife of Walter Harvey Weed
Descendant of Captain Ebenezer Hill & Nathaniel Barlow of Connecticut
Silas Mosman, Abner Goodale, Jeduthan Rice & Corporal Amos Call of Massachusetts
Enoch Ilsley and Captain Joseph McLellan of Maine
Eliakim Howe of New Hampshire
Daughter of Honorable Ebenezer J. Hill & Mary Ellen Mosman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Moses Hill & Charlotte Illsley McLellan, his wife
Abner Goodale Mosman & Emily Rice, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hill, Jr. & Sarah Barlow, his wife
Silas Mosman and Betsey Goodale (b. 1787), his wife (m. 1811)
Stephen McLellan and Hannah Ilsley, his second wife
Alpheus Rice and Huldah Call, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Amos Call and Joanna Temple, his wife
Ebenezer Hill and Mabel Sherwood, his wife
Joseph McLellan and Mary Ann McLellan (cousins), his wife (m. 1756)
Silas Mosman and Beulah Heminway, his wife
Enoch Ilsley and Mary Parker, his wife
Abner Goodale and Mary Howe (b. 1757), his wife (m. 1779)
Nathaniel Barlow and Jane Bradley (1742-1829), his wife (m. 1765)
Jeduthan Rice and Lucinda Merchant, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Eliakim Howe & Rebecca Howe (cousins), his wife (m. 1747)

Ebenezer Hill, (1742-98), was commissioned captain of the First company, Seventh regiment, 1775. He was born at Fairfield, where he died. His brother Jabez served as major.

Nathaniel Barlow, (1745-82), served on the committee to enlist soldiers and collect wages. He furnished supplies, and supported a soldier during the entire war. He was born at Reading, where he died. His three brothers, Aaron, Samuel and Joel, also served, the latter was the poet of the war.

Silas Mosman, (1757-1829), enlisted at the first call for troops. He was born at Sudbury and died at Stowe. His brothers Jesse, Aaron and Ezra also served in the army. Abner Goodale, (1755-1823), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served under Capt. Silas Gates at the siege of Boston. He was born at Marlborough, where he died.

Jeduthan Rice, (1760-1842), served in Capt. Jotham Houghton's company, Colonel Nathan Sparhawk's regiment, 1778. He was born at Sudbury and died at Ludlow. Amos Call, (1759-87), enlisted from Montague, 1780, and gave six months' service. He served as corporal, 1781, under Capt. Oliver Shattuck. He was born at Leicester and was killed at South Hadley in Shay's rebellion.
Enoch Ilsley, (1730-1811), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Falmouth, Maine. He was born at Newbury, Massachusetts His brother Daniel served as an officer.

Joseph McLellan was a member of the Committee of Safety of Portland, 1774. He was commissary of the Bayaduce expedition and commanded a company of militia.

Eliakim Howe was a signer of the Association Test and on the committee to fill the quota for Continental army. He was a member of the alarm list of Henneker, where he lived during the Revolution. He was born at Marlboro, Mass., 1723, and died about 1805 at Brownfield, Maine.

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Miss Edith May Tilley, born in Rhode Island      DAR ID Number 15925
Descendant of Peleg Chapman, Stephen Albro, Benjamin Albro and David Nason, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of Risbrough Hammett Tilley & Susan Jouvet Barlow, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin James Tilley (1821-66) & Mary Chapman Taylor, his wife (m. 1849)
Frederick A. Barlow and Susan Nason, his wife (m. 1853)
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Nason (1788-1828) & Susan Albro (1802-96), his wife
Edward Easton Taylor (1792-1866) and Rebecca Champman (1795-1832), his wife (m. 1814)
Gr2granddaughter of Brenton Chapman and Rebecca Kaighn (1761-1813), his wife
James Albro (1774-97) and Rhoda Giadding (1780-1873), his wife
David Nason and Abigail Stoddard (1763-1842), his wife (m. 1779)
Gr3granddaughter of Peleg Chapman and Mary Young, his wife
Benjamin Albro and Abigail Bill, his wife
Gr4granddaughter of Stephen Albro and Alce Albro, his wife

David Nason, (1758-1805), was a soldier in the Massachusetts Line. He was born at Berwick, Maine, and died at Newport, R. I., where his grave is marked. His wife received a pension for his service in the Revolution.

Benjamin Albro served as a private, 1782. He was born at Exeter, 1754, and died at Providence.

Stephen Albro served in the Alarm company. He was baptized, 1729, at Narragansett.

Peleg Chapman, (1730-86), was mate on the privateer "Lady Washington," commanded by Captain James Godfrey.

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Mrs. Ella Beach Baker, born in Connecticut      DAR ID Number 7664, Also No. 5047
Wife of Albert A. Baker
Descendant of Abiel Canfield, of Connecticut
Daughter of David B. Beach and Adelaide Canfield, his wife
Granddaughter of Deforest Canfield and Hannah Childs, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Canfield and Eunice Steele, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Abiel Canfield and Mary Barlow, his wife

Abiel Canfield, 1777, enlisted in Captain Nathan Pierson's company as piper, and served in the defense of New Haven.

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Mrs. Mary Barlow Trimble, born in Kentucky       DAR ID Number 7779 Also No. 500
Wife of William W. Trimble
Descendant of Lieutenant Thomas Barlow, of Virginia
Daughter of Martin Livingston Barlow and Frances Cantrell, his wife
Granddaughter of Thomas Barlow and Susan Childs Isabel, his wife

Thomas Barlow when nineteen volunteered under Lafayette, and was Lieutenant at the Siege of Yorktown

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Miss Julia Delacour Hill, born in Connecticut    DAR ID Number 8962     Also Nos. 1397, 1615, 2222, 3195, 7428
Descendant of Captain Ebenezer Hill, of Connecticut
Descendant of Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Canfield, of Connecticut
Daughter of Ebenezer Hill and Julia Dellicker, his wife
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Hill and Hannah Lyon, his wife
Leonard N. Dellicker and Julia Wildman, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hill and Sarah Barlow, his wife
BFairchild Wildman and Mary Canfield, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Ebenezer Hill and Mabel Sherwood, his wife
Philo Canfield and Elizabeth Judson, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Samuel Canfield and Abigail Canfield, his wife

Ebenezer Hill, 1775, entered the army, 1777 was promoted to captain and was transferred in 1780 to the invalid corps

Samuel Canfield, 1776, was Lieutenant Colonel in the New York campaign. In 1779 his regiment guarded Horseneck and in 1781 West Point. He died in 1789

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Mrs. Helen Eliza Wood Stedman, born in Illinois      DAR ID Number 9021 Also Nos. 2222, 3588, 4741, 6165
Widow of Asa Wolverton Stedman
Descendant of Captain Titus Watson, Ensign Nathan Bennett, David Wood, Enoch Wood and Samuel Barlow, all of Connecticut
Daughter of Enoch Wood, Jr., and Sophia Bennett, his wife
Granddaughter of Larry Bennett and Mary Watson, his wife
Enoch Wood and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Titus Watson and Mercy Merrill, his wife
Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife
David Wood and Dorothy Wood, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Samuel Barlow and Esther Hull, his wife

Titus Watson entered the army as sergeant and commanded a company at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He had six brothers who served as captains during the war Nathan Bennett was a minute man at Lexington and ensign in Bradley's battalion, Wadsworth's brigade, at Fort Washington, where he was taken prisoner

Samuel Barlow was a patriot who inspired his three sons, Aaron, Joel and Thomas, to serve nobly their country.

Joel Barlow was the poet chaplain, who sent a Bible to his sister Huldah, with these lines: "Her brother sends the Book of Life, He begs her kindly to receive it Tho' Tories say he don't believe it." Enoch Wood, 1779, at the age of sixteen, volunteered in Captain Tyrannis Collins' company and was confined in Canada over two years. He located his grant of land at Camillus, N. Y., where he died a pensioner at the age of eighty-four. His father also served in the militia.

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Mrs. Emma Louise Hoff Reed, born in New York       DAR ID Number 9050 See No. 9021
Wife of William Antes Reed
Descendant of Samuel Barlow of Connecticut
Descendant of Ensign Nathan Bennett of Connecticut
Daughter of B. Campbell Hoff and Mary J. Bennett, his wife
Granddaughter of Daniel Bennett and Hannah Cranford, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife

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Mrs. Harriet Shepard Cook Moore, born in Missouri      DAR ID Number 9183
Wife of S. W. Moore
Descendant of Captain Thomas Reading, of New Jersey
Daughter of John Darwin Shepard Cook and Rosalie Elvira Barlow, his wife
Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Barlow and Phebe Phillips, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Phillips and Sarah Reading, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Thomas Reading and Rebecca Ellis, his wife

Thomas Reading, 1776, was captain of the Third Battalion, First Establishment, and served until the battalion was discharged.
He died in 1814, at the age of eighty.

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Mrs. Clara Chamberlin Mclean, born in Wisconsin     DAR ID Number 9307 Also Nos. 2870, 7013
Wife of Charles B. McLean
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin, John Crosby and William Ingersoll, of Massachusetts
Daughter of Henry Kendrick Chamberlin & Clementine Curier Crosby, his wife
Granddaughter of Thomas Daniel Crosby & Mary Adaline Ingersoll, his wife
Ephraim Kirby Chamberlin and Susan Pennock Clark, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Ingersoll and Polly Perry, his wife
Jacob Chamberlain and Sarah Harris, his wife Abijah Crosby and Caty Olds, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Elijah Ingersoll and Polly Barlow, his wife
Samuel Chamberlin and Margaret Bullard, his wife
John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia Ingersoll, his wife

John Crosby, 1776, was a soldier under Capt. Isaiah Higgins Samuel Chamberlin enlisted for three years from Berkshire county and served in Captain Enos Stone's company, Brewer's regiment, at Valley Forge.

William Ingersoll, 1777, served on the Committee of Safety of Lee and lived to the advanced age of ninety-two.

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S. Charlotte Reeve Conover, born in Ohio     DAR ID Number 11273
Wife of Frank Conover
Descendant of Captain Elisha Barlow, of New York
Daughter of John Charles Reeve and Emma Barlow, his wife
Granddaughter of John Barlow and Polly Lewis, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Barlow and Hannah Barlow, his wife

Elisha Barlow (1749-1828), was ensign of Dutchess County militia under Captain Joshua Laselle, 1775, and promoted captain the following year.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Barlow Owen, born in Connecticut    DAR ID Number 13875 Also No. 11273
Wife of Richard Owen
Descendant of Captain Elisha Barlow, of New York
Daughter of Levi Barlow and Eliza Peck, his wife
Granddaughter of John Barlow and Polly Lewis, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Barlow and Hannah Barlow, his wife

Elisha Barlow, (1749-1828), was commissioned ensign of Captain Joshua Lasell's company, 1775, and 1776, commanded a company of foot in Col. Morris Graham's regiment.

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Miss Bessie Barlow Reed, born in Ohio    DAR ID Number 14020
Descendant of Nathan Bennett of Connecticut
Descendant of Abner Barlow of Massachusetts
Daughter of William Antes Reed and Emma Louise Hoff, his wife
Grandaughter of B. Campbell Hoff and Mary J. Bennett, his wife
William Reed and Lucinda Antes, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Bennett and Hannah Cranford, his wife
William Antes and Mary Barlow, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Abner Barlow

Nathan Bennett served at the Lexington Alarm and was taken prisoner at Fort Washington. He was born at Fairfield, Conn., and at the age of seventy-six, in 1822, was placed on the pension roll of Saratoga county, N. Y.

Abner Barlow turned out from Granville at the Lexington Alarm in Captain Lebbeus Ball's company, and enlisted in the same company for the siege of Boston. He was placed on the pension list of Ontario County, N. Y., 1832, at the age of eighty-two.

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Mrs. Olive Baker Baldwin, born in Jefferson Co New York      DAR ID Number 17127 Also No. 8120
Wife of Charles Grandison Baldwin
Descendant of Ebenezer Tolman, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Eli Collins Baker and Sarah Barlow, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Baker and Betsey Tolman, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Tolman and Mary Clark, his wife.

Ebenezer Tolman, (1748-1838), served as a private in Captain Jonathan Whitcomb's company at Bunker Hill. He was sent on the expedition to Quebec, where he was taken prisoner; detained for a year and suffered with smallpox during his confinement. He received a pension at the age of 86 for service in the New Hampshire Continental Line. He was born in Attleboro, Massachusetts, and died in Nelson, N.H.

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Mrs. Emma Baker Cleveland, born in Jefferson Co New York     DAR ID Number 17129 See No. 17127
Wife of Stephen Richardson Cleveland
Descendant of Ebenezer Tolman, of New Hampshire
Daughter of Eli Collins Baker and Sarah Barlow, his wife

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Mrs. Florence Baker Comstock, born in Jefferson Co New York     DAR ID Number 17130 See No. 17127
Wife of Charles G. Comstock Descendant of Ebenezer Tolman.
Daughter of Eli Collins Baker and Sarah Barlow, his wife

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Mrs. Fannie Cooley Williams Barbour, born in Brooklyn, New York       DAR ID Number 18104 Also No. 16925 Also No. 17420
Wife of Thomas Johnston Barbour
Descendant of Captain William Cooley, Isaac Chapman and Stephen Spelman.
Daughter of Edgar Williams and Eliza Cooley Spelman, his wife
Granddaughter of Jesse Barlow Spelman (1801-78) and Eliza Content Cooley, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Reverend Timothy Mather Cooley, D. D. (1772-1859) and Content Chapman (1776-1860), his wife
Jesse Spelman and Anna Root, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of William Cooley and Sarah Mather, his wife
Isaac Chapman and Ruth Robinson, his wife
Stephen Spelman and Deborah Rose (1752-1822), his wife (m. 1770)

William Cooley, (1736-1825), commanded a company in Col. John Moseley's regiment of Massachusetts militia. He was born in Springfield and died in Granville, Massachusetts

Isaac Chapman, (1747-76), was a private in Capt. William Cooley's company and fell at Ticonderoga. He was born in Granville, Massachusetts, and died in Ticonderoga, New York

Stephen Spelman, (1745-1800), served as a private under Captain William Cooley at the Bennington Alarm. He was born in Durham, Conn., and died in Granville, Massachusetts

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Miss Mary Augusta Johnson, born in Canandaigua, New York         DAR ID Number 19533 Also No. 8567
Descendant of Rufus Johnson, of Connecticut; Captain Gideon Seely, and Gideon Seely, Jr., of New York
Moses Williams, of New Hampshire
Daughter of Charles Platt Johnson (1819-90) and Lucinda Williams, his wife.
Granddaughter of Russell Butler Johnson (1794-1864) and Betsey Seely (Elliott), his wife
Thomas Williams, M. D., (1787-1860) and Lucinda Barlow Remington, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Rufus Johnson and Mary Butler, his wife
Gideon Seely, Jr., and Mabel Todd, his wife
Moses Williams and Mehitable Atwood, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Ebenezer Johnson
Gideon Seely and Deborah Lockwood, his wife

Rufus Johnson, (1760-1822), served 1777 in Captain Aaron Foot's company of militia from Litchfield, Connecticut

Gideon Seely, (1729-1804), was captain in Col. Pierre Van Cortlandt's New York regiment and subsequently commanded a company of Associated Exempts. He was born in Stamford, Conn., died in Westchester, New York

Gideon Seely, Jr., (1764-1844), was on picket duty when André was captured. He died in Syracuse, New York.

Moses Williams, (1751-1814), served at Ticonderoga with the New Hampshire militia. He died in Hampstead, New Hampshire

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Miss Cornelia Ingersoll Morrell, born in Hudson Ohio     DAR ID Number 20640 Also Nos. 2870, 9307
Descendant of William Ingersoll, of Massachusetts
Daughter of Daniel Dighton Morrell & Mary Caroline Ingersoll, his wife
Granddaughter of Lemi Ingersoll and Theodosia S. Humphrey, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Calvin Ingersoll and Lydia Barlow, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of William Ingersoll & Lydia Ingersoll (cousins), his wife

William Ingersoll, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety and first treasurer of the town of Lee, which in 1777 was organized and where he died.

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Mrs. Arabella Thayer Barlow, born in Chatham New York       DAR ID Number 20991
Wife of William K. Barlow
Descendant of Stephen Thayer, of Massachusetts
Daughter of Edwin Thayer and Charlotte Jane Cady, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Thayer and Polly Curtiss, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Thayer and Catherine Draper, his wife.
Gr2granddaughter of Stephen Thayer and Rachel Davis, his wife.

Stephen Thayer, (1732-81), enlisted, 1776, in Captain Gershom Nelson's company and reënlisted in the levies, 1781, under Captain Reuben Davis. He was born in Mendon, Mass.; died in service.

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Mrs. Julia Butler Barlow Denison, born in Grand Rapids Michigan      DAR ID Number 21054
Wife of A.C. Denison
Descendant of Heman Barlow
Daughter of Heman Gates Barlow and Julia B. Hall, his wife
Granddaughter of William Wilson Barlow and Mary Bechtel, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Heman Gates Barlow and Mary Wilson, his wife.
Gr2granddaughter of Heman Barlow and Dilena Bancroft, his wife.

Heman Barlow, (1758-88), served as a private in Capt. William Cooley's company, Col. Joseph Moseley's regiment, 1776, and re-enlisted in the Massachusetts militia, 1777, at the Ticonderoga Alarm. He was born in Granville, Massachusetts.

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Mrs. Ellen Maria Eells Barlow, born in Walton New York      DAR ID Number 21220
See No. 21214     Also Nos. 12733, 19970 Also Nos. 1935, 7762, 16187, 17894, 18706
Wife of John Q. Barlow
Descendant of Reverend John Eells, Lieutenant Jeremiah Baird Eells, Corporel John Eells, General John Mead, Sergaentt Matthew Marvin and Josiah Weed, all of Connecticut
Daughter of Stephen Decatur Eells and Mary Weed Marvin, his wife
Granddaughter of Mead Eells and Philena Johnson, his wife
Jared Marvin and Fanny Rogers, his wife
Gr.-granddaughter of John Eells and Anna Mead, his wife
Matthew Marvin and Mary Weed, his wife.
Gr2granddaughter of Jeremiah Baird Eells and Lois Benedict, his wife, m. 1754
John Mead and Mary Brush, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of John Eells and Anna Baird, his first wife

John Eells, (1703-85), served as a minute man He was born in Milford; died in New Canaan

Jeremiah Baird Eells, (1732-1815), was lieutenant in the Conn Coast Guards when captured by Tories, 1777, and was a prisoner two years

John Eells, (1755-1832), served as a fifer under Capt. Daniel Benedict, 1776, and as corporal under Captain Reuben Scofield, 1779

John Mead, (1726-88), served in the Legislature nineteen years. He was colonel in the New York campaign and subsequently commanded the Fourth Brigade. He was born in Greenwich

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Mrs. Helen Barlow Holmes, born in Ludlow Vermont   DAR ID Number 24081
Wife of Lewis Ward Holmes
Descendant of Nathan Hatch
Daughter of Frederic Hodge Barlow and Emeline Clark, his wife
Granddaughter of David Barlow and Sarah Hatch, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Hatch and Hannah Marcy, his wife.

Nathan Hatch, (1757-1841), enlisted at Alstead N. H., 1777, and gave one year's actual service in the New Hampshire Line. He was placed on the pension roll of Washington County, New York 1832 and died at Fort Miller.

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Mrs. Eunice Penfield Giddings St. John, born in New Milford Connecticut      DAR ID Number 24510 Also Nos. 1144, 2817, 13492
Wife of Theodore St. John, M. D.
Descendant of Captain Jonathan Giddings, of Connecticut.
Daughter of James Andrus Giddings and Susan Barlow, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Andrus Giddings and Eunice Penfield, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Giddings and Mary Baldwin, his wife.

Jonathan Giddings, (1741-1817), commanded a scouting party and endured great hardship. He was wounded and obtained an honorable discharge. He was born in Lyme, Connecticut, died in Sherman. His wife fed the soldiers when they were encamped near them on the Housatonic River.

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Mrs. Kate Sanderson Barlow, born in Jersey Shore Pennsylvania
DAR ID Number 24913 Also No. 1735, 7619, 9803, 18142, 19494, 20055
Wife of Thomas W. Barlow
Descendant of Robert Covenhoven, of Pennsylvania
Daughter of John J. Sanderson and Mercy Kelsy Crane, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Crane and Creacy Covenhoven, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Robert Covenhoven and Mercy Kelsy Cutter, his wife.

Robert Covenhoven, (1755-1846), served as a scout and guide. He was born in Monmouth Co., N.J.; died in Northumberland Co., Pennsylvania

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Mrs. Helen Saunders Barlow Maxwell, born in Frenandino Florida   DAR ID Number 25128
Wife of William S. Maxwell
Descendant of Perez Steel
Daughter of Col. John Whitney Barlow, U.S.A., and Hessie McN. Birnie, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nehemiah Barlow and Orinda Steel, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Perez Steel and Hannah Simmons, his wife.

Perez Steel, (1753-1836), enlisted, 1775, in the company from Tolland under Captain Samuel Wyllis and, 1776, served in the New York campaign where he was taken prisoner. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Windham, New York

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Miss Alice Worthington Barlow, born in New London Connecticut      DAR ID Number 25129 See No. 25128
Descendant of Perez Steel.
Daughter of Colonel John Whitney Barlow, U.S.A., and Hessie McN. Birnie, his wife.

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Mrs. Annie Augusta Weed, born in Reading Connecticut     DAR ID Number 27474 Also No. 3588
Widow of Marvin Weed
Descendant of Ensign Aaron Barlow.
Daughter of Enoch Augustus Sanford and Eliza Ann Barlow, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Barlow and Sarah Dimond, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Barlow and Rebeckah Sanford, his wife.

Aaron Barlow, (1750-1800), served in the Connecticut militia as a private, 1775, and as an ensign, 1777, in a short campaign. He was born in Redding, Connecticut, died in Norfolk, Virginia

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Mrs. Blanche Taylor Hunton, born in Madison Virginia
DAR ID Number 27999 Also Nos. 5880, 9434, 10270, 12201, 13332, 16129, 23137
Wife of John Hunton
Descendant of Capt. James Allen, of Virginia.
Daughter of John W. Taylor and Rebecca Crawford, his wife.
Granddaughter of Pannell Taylor and Millie Brown, his wife
John Crawford and Harriet McClung, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Taylor and Frances Barlow, his wife
Major John Crawford (b.1764) and Rebecca Allen, his wife.
Gr2granddaughter of Charles Taylor and Elizabeth Pannell, his wife
James Allen and Margaret Anderson, his wife.

James Allen, (1716-1810), was at the battle of Point Pleasant, where his brother, Hugh, was killed. He signed the petition, 1776, urging religious liberty, which was sent to the Assembly by the Freeholders of Augusta county. He was born in Ireland; died in Augusta Co., Virginia

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Mrs. Estelle Place Smith, born in Fishkill New York       DAR ID Number 28655
Wife of Bertram Llewellyn Smith
Descendant of Stephen Sears, Zophar Rogers and Moses Swift, all of New York.
Daughter of Charles Place and Elizabeth Hitchcock Swift, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nehemiah Place and Cynthia Dorland, his wife
Judah Swift and Alma Hitchcock, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Place and Deborah Rogers, his wife
Thomas Swift and Maria Barlow, his wife
Stephen Hitchcock and Alma Sears, his wife.
Gr2granddaughter of Zophar Rogers and Jemima, his wife Moses Swift and Hannah Hurd, his wife
Stephen Sears and Sybil (Hunt) Pardee (1740-1834), his third wife, m. 1769.

Stephen Sears, (1738-91), served in the Connecticut Light Horse under Captain Ruloff Dutcher. He was born in Harwich, Mass; lived in Sharon, Conn., during the Revolution; died in New York City.

Zophar Rogers served as a private in the Dutchess county militia. He was born in Beekman, New York, 1743, where he died Moses Swift, (1747-1838), was a private in the Dutchess county Sixth Regiment of New York militia.

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Mrs. Mary Belle Clark, born in Milford Connecticut     DAR ID Number 29756 Also Nos. 1144, 2817, 13942, 24510
Wife of Clifford E. Clark
Descendant of Captain Jonathan Giddings, of Connecticut
Daughter of I. Atwater Merwin and Susan H. Giddings, his wife
Granddaughter of James Andrus Giddings and Susan H. Barlow, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of James Andrus Giddings and Eunice Penfield, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Jonathan Giddings and Mary Baldwin, his wife

Jonathan Giddings, (1741-1817), commanded a scouting party and endured great hardship. He was wounded and obtained an honorable discharge. He was born in Lyme, Connecticut; died in Sherman. His wife fed the soldiers when the army was encamped near them on the Housatonic River

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Mrs. Frances Wakeman Miller, born in Weston Connecticut    DAR ID Number 29773 Also Nos. 3588, 27474
Descendant of Ensign Aaron Barlow
Daughter of Samuel Wakeman Coley and Annie Augusta Sanford, his wife
Granddaughter of Enoch Augustus Sanford and Eliza Ann Barlow, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Barlow and Sarah Dimond, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Aaron Barlow and Rebeckah Sanford, his wife

Aaron Barlow, (1750-1800), served in the Connecticut militia as a private, 1775, and as ensign, 1777, in a short campaign. He was born in Redding. Connecticut; died in Norfolk, Virginia

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Mrs. Susie Lawrance Dana, born in Springfield Illinois     DAR ID Number 30296
Wife of Edwin Ward Dana
Descendant of William Lloyd and of Uriah Lawrence
Daughter of Reuna Drake Lawrance and Mary Agnes Maxcy, his wife
Granddaughter of Lewis Lawrence and Susan Minerva Bell, his wife. m. 1831
John Cook Maxcy and Farnetty Turner Lloyd (1814-1902), his wife
Grgranddaughter of Clark Lawrence (1789-1865) and Annie Barlow, his wife, m. 1812
Rhodes Lloyd and Polly Turner, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Chauncey Lawrence (1767-1843) and Sally H. Clark (1769-1836), his wife
William Lloyd and Sally Chowning
Gr3granddaughter of Uriah Lawrence and Mary Clark (b. 1725), his wife, m. 1743

Uriah Lawrence, (1720-1803), was a signer of the Association of Freeholders of Dutchess County, N. Y.

William Lloyd was placed on the pension roll of Kentucky 1818 at the age of seventy for three years actual service as private under Capt. Gabriel Long, Col. Daniel Morgan's Virginia Rifle regiment. He enlisted at Culpepper, Virginia

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Mrs. Marion Louise Mclean Schultz, born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
DAR ID Number 30499     Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 7013
Wife of Thomas S. Schultz
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlain, John Crosby and William Ingersoll, all of Massachusetts
Daughter of Charles Batchelor McLean and Clara Chamberlain, his wife
Granddaughter of Henry Kendrick Chamberlain and Clementine Crosby, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Kirby Chamberlain (1805-52) and Susan Pennock Clark, his wife
Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline Ingersoll, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Jacob Chamberlain and Sarah Harris, his wife
Abijah Crosby and Caty Olds, his wife
Nathan Ingersoll (1791-1858) and Polly Perry, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Samuel Chamberlain and Margaret (Bullard) Clark, his wife, m. 1755
John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife
Elijah Ingersoll (b. 1766) and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1786
Gr4granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia (Inersoll), his wife, m. 1746

Samuel Chamberlain, enlisted for three years, from Berkshire Co., Mass., and served in Capt. Enos Stone's Co., at Valley Forge. He was born, 1734, in Holliston, Massachusetts

John Crosby, (1735-1820), served as a private in Capt. Isaiah Higgins's company 1776. He was born in Harwich; died in Lee, Massachusetts

William Ingersoll, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Massachusetts

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Miss Pearl Wood Powers, born in Chicago Illinois      DAR ID Number 31312 A  lso Nos. 4741, 9021, 14020, 2222, 3588, 6165
Descendant of Ensign Nathan Bennett, Capt. Titus Watson and Enoch Wood, all of Connecticut
Daughter of Henry Clay Powers and Mary Frances Wood, his wife
Granddaughter of Enoch Wood, Jr., and Sophia Bennett, his wife
Grgranddaughter of Enoch Wood and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife
Larry Bennett and Mary Watson, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of David Wood and Dorothy, his wife
Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife
Titus Watson and Mercy Merrill, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Samuel Barlow (1706-73) and Esther Hull, his second wife, m. 1744

Nathan Bennett served as ensign in the regiment of guards, raised to defend the state 1777. He was born 1746

Titus Watson, (1746-1821), entered the army as sergeant and commanded a company at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth.
He had six brothers who served as captain during the war. He was born in Bethany, Conncticut; died in Ballston, N. Y.

Enoch Wood, (1763-1847), at the age of sixteen volunteered, was captured and confined in Canada two years. He located his grant of land in New York where he received a pension. He was born in Sharon, Connecticut; died in Camillus, N. Y.

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Mrs. Anne Hoge Savage, born in Washington DC     DAR ID Number 32091 Also Nos. 161, 3153, 8697, 20766, 21719, 28903, 31158
Wife of Frederick Adams Savage
Descendant of Hon. Richard Henry Lee, of Virginia
Daughter of William Schofield Hoge and Mary Barlow Stearns, his wife
Granddaughter of John Stearns and Anne Harriotte Lloyd, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of John Lloyd and Anne Harriotte Lee, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Edmund Jennings Lee and Sarah Lee, (daughter of Richard), his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Richard Henry Lee and Anne (Gaskins) Pinkard, his 2nd wife

Richard Henry Lee, (1732-94), was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was born in Stratford; died in Chantilly, Virginia

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Mrs. Frances Joe McKown Barlow, born in Forkston Pennsylvania     DAR ID Number 32695 Also Nos. 32286, 32289
Wife of Luther S. Barlow
Descendant of Lieut. Asa Stevens and of Capt. Jared Robinson
Daughter of Nathaniel A. McKown and Clarina Robinson, his wife
Granddaughter of William Riley Robinson and Cynthia Stevens, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Amasa Robinson and Prudence Howe, his wife
Asa Stevens, Jr. and Esther Downing, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Jared Robinson and Mary Thompson his wife, m. 1760
Asa Stevens, (1734-78) and Sarah Adams, his wife

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Mrs. Caroline Thrall Benham, born in Circleville Ohio     DAR ID Number 33518    Also Nos. 2664, 4683, 10267, 13466, 31363
Wife of George Chittenden Benham
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Thrall
Daughter of William Barlow Thrall and Maria Rockwell, his wife
Granddaughter of Jesse Thrall and Mabel Rose, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell, his wife

Samuel Thrall, (1737-1821), who had served in the early wars, was quartermaster in the Hampshire county militia 1776 under Col. Timothy Robinson. He commanded a company of Levies under Col. Marinus Willett in the Mohawk Valley 1781. He was born in Windsor, Conn.; died in Rutland, Vermont

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Mrs. Della Crosby Liggett, born in E. Cleveland Ohio    DAR ID Number 35569
Wife of John Liggett, Jr.
Descendant of John Crosby and of William Ingersoll, of Massachusetts
Daughter of Henry Martin Crosby and Harriet Christine Lester, his wife
Granddaughter of Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline Ingersoll, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Abijah Crosby and Catherine Olds, his wife
Nathan Ingersoll, (1791-1858) and Polly Perry, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife
Elijah Ingersoll and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1786
Gr3granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia (Ingersoll), his wife, m. 1746

John Crosby, (1735-1820), served as a private in Capt. Isaiah Higgins's company, 1776 He was born in Harwich; died in Lee, Massachusetts William Ingersoll, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee

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Mrs. Miriam Lois Youmans, born in Medina New York    DAR ID Number 35657
Wife of Laurel E. Youmans, M. D.
Descendant of Lemuel Barlow, of Massachusetts
Daughter of John M. Barlow and Miriam Elizabeth Evans, his wife
Granddaughter of William Barlow and Lois Nye, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Barlow and Thankful Bassett, his wife

Lemuel Barlow, (1758-1813), served as a private in the Berkshire County militia under Capt. William Francis and Capt. Josiah Yale. He was born in Barnstable; died in Lee, Massachusetts

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Mrs. Anna Brown Crawford, born in Geneseo Illinois       DAR ID Number 35818   Also Nos. 4741, 9021, 14020, 31312
Widow of Hugh Crawford
Descendant of Ensign Nathan Bennett
Daughter of Frederick P. Brown and Harriet Bennett, his wife
Granddaughter of Daniel Bennett and Hannah Crawford, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife

Nathan Bennett served as ensign in the regiment of guards raised to defend the state 1777. He was born in 1746

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Mrs. Toma Espy Morrison, born in Fort Madison, Iowa    DAR ID Number 37278     Also Nos. 37097, 37550
Wife of Col. Joseph B. Morrison
Descendant of Josiah Espy, Peter Patterson, Alexander Freeman and Sergt. Benjamin Cutler
Daughter of Capt. Stephen Barlow Espy and Rebecca Cutler, his wife

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Miss Florence Mercy Espy, born in Fort Madison Iowa    DAR ID Number 37549 Also Nos. 37097, 37550
Descendant of George Espy, Josiah Espy, Alexander Freeman, Peter Patterson and Benjamin Cutler
Daughter of Capt. Stephen Barlow Espy and Rebecca Cutler, his wife

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Mrs. Genevieve Morrison Smith, born in Fort Madison Iowa       DAR ID Number 37550 Also Nos. 37279, 37097, 27556
Wife of Walker George Smith
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Crane, Sergt. Benjamin Cutler, George Espy, Alexander Freeman, Peter Patterson and Josiah Espy.
Daughter of Col. Joseph B. Morrison and Toma Espy, his wife
Granddaughter of Capt. Stephen Barlow Espy and Rebecca Cutler, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Patterson Espy and Mercy Freeman, his wife
Judge Jacob Cutler and Sinia Clark, his 2d wife
Gr2granddaughter of George Espy and Polly Patterson, his wife
Alexander Freeman and Phebe Clarkson, his wife
Benjamin Cutler and Mary Cozad, his 2d wife Thomas Clark and Elizabeth Dixon, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Josiah Espy and Elizabeth Patterson, his wife
Peter Patterson and — Montgomery, his wife
Abraham Clark and Sarah Hatfield, his wife
George Espy, (1759-1835), served as a private in the Pennsylvania militia

Benjamin Cutler, (1725-1814), served as sergeant at the Lexington alarm in Capt. Joseph Fairbanks's company, Col. Asa Whitcomb's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Lexington, Massachusetts; died in Martinsville, Indiana

Alexander Freeman, (1763-1814), served as a minute man in Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Woodbridge, N. J.; died in Meadville, Pennsylvania

Peter Patterson, (1739-1840), served as a soldier in the Lancaster county, Pennsylvania militia. He lived to a phenomenal age

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Mrs. Helen Antes Lieberknecht, born in Geneseo Illinois     DAR ID Number 37623 Also No. 37622
Wife of Charles Lieberknecht
Descendant of Bliss Hoisington and of sub-Lieut. William Antes, of Pennsylvania
Daughter of Henry T. Antes and Phoebe M. Wells, his wife
Granddaughter of Ira R. Wells and Susan L. Wells, his wife
William Antes and Alice Coleman, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Antes and Mary Barlow, his wife

William Antes, (1731-1810), was appointed commissioner, 1777, of Philadelphia county to collect clothing for the soldiers. He was sub-lieutenant, 1778, to raise arms and equip the militia for the field

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Mrs. Roxana Ellen Crane Barlow, born in Oakland Wisconsin
DAR ID Number 37804      Also Nos. 5083, 6155, 11106, 22526, 25310, 26595, 27174, 30852, 34412
Wife of Byron A. Barlow
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thaddeus Crane, of New York
Daughter of Gerard Crane and Sarah Ellen Roberts, his wife
Granddaughter of James Crane and Clarinda Hallock, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Thaddeus Crane and Sarah Paddock, his 1st wife

Thaddeus Crane, (1728-1803), commanded a company 1775 and 1780 was promoted lieutenant colonel. He gave valuable civil service. He was placed on the invalid pension list 1786 in North Salem, where he was born and died

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Miss Edith Barlow, born in Cornplanter Pennsylvania     DAR ID Number 37805 Also No. 37804
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thaddeus Crane
Daughter of Byron A. Barlow and Roxana Ellen Crane, his wife
Granddaughter of Gerard Crane and Sarah Ellen Roberts, his wife

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Mrs. Mary Louisa Cone Barlow, born in Winona Minnesota    DAR ID Number 36168 Also Nos. 26957, 28401, 33407
Wife of Henry C. Barlow
Descendant of Sergt. John Bean and of Samuel Fifield
Daughter of Dr. Josiah Root Cone and Mary Whitney, his wife
Granddaughter of Aaron Whitney and Hannah Fifield, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Col. Edward Fifield and Sarah Bean (b. 1782), his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Samuel Fifield and Ruth Brown, his second wife
John Bean and Hannah Ames (1754-1817), his wife, m. 1773

Samuel Fifield, (1735-1812), who had served in the early wars, was a soldier at the battle of Bennington. He was a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Kingston, N. H.; died in Danville, Vermont John Bean, (1751-1814), signed the Association Test, served as Justice of the Peace and as sergeant of New Hampshire militia. He was born in Canterbury, N.H.; died in Wheelock, Vermont

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Miss Mary Augusta Bennett, born in Superior Wisconsin    DAR ID Number 38040 Also Nos. 4741, 9021, 14020, 31312, 35818
Descendant of Ensign Nathan Bennett, of Connecticut
Daughter of James R. Bennett and Mary L. Zovick, his wife
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Barlow Bennett and Mary Prentiss, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Bennett and Huldah Barlow, his wife

Nathan Bennett served as ensign in the regiment of guards raised to defend the state 1777. He was born 1746

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Mrs. Susan Jouvet Barlow Tilley, born in Newport Rhode Island     DAR ID Number 38711 Also No. 15925
Wife of R. Hammett Tilley
Descendant of David Nason
Daughter of Frederick A. Barlow (1828-53) and Susan Nason (1831-53)
Granddaughter of Joseph Nason (b. 1788) and Susan Allers (1802-96), his wife, m. 1828
Gr-granddaughter of David Nason and Abigail Stoddard (1763-1842), his wife, m. 1779

David Nason, (1758-1805), served as a soldier in the Massachusetts line. His widow received a pension for his service in the Revolution. He was born in Berwick, Maine; died in Newport, R. I.

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Mrs. Mary Crail Smith, born in Beaver Pennsylvania    DAR ID Number 38976 Also Nos. 3588, 27474, 29773
Wife of Hiram Gregory Smith
Descendant of Ensign Aaron Barlow
Daughter of Ervin Crail and Elizabeth A. Barlow, his wife
Granddaughter of Aaron Morehouse Barlow and Phoebe Gray, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Elnathan Barlow and Anna Morehouse, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Aaron Barlow and Rebecca Sandford, his wife

Aaron Barlow, (1750-1800), served in the Connecticut militia as a private 1775 and as an ensign 1777 in a short campaign. He was born in Reading, Connecticut; died in Norfolk, Virginia

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Mrs. Lozana Parsons Paddock, born in Farmington Michigan
DAR ID Number 42368 Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 30499, 34720, 35569
Wife of H. L. Paddock
Descendant of William Ingersoll, of Massachusetts
Daughter of Andrew Carroll Walker and Angeline Ingersoll, his wife
Granddaughter of Erastus Ingersoll and Sally Smith, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of David Ingersoll and Sarah Parsons, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Calvin Ingersoll and Lydia Barlow, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia (Ingersoll), his wife, m. 1746

William Ingersoll, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, where he died

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Mrs. Emma O. Campbell Devries, born in Miami Indiana      DAR ID Number 42399 Also No. 42203
Wife of Henry Oscar Devries.
Descendant of James Campbell
Daughter of James William Campbell and Lois A. Barlow, his wife
Granddaughter of William Lanson Campbell and Elizabeth Hill Iliff, his wife

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Mrs. Laura I. Campbell Hawkins, born in Burkettsville Ohio     DAR ID Number 42400 Also No. 42399
Wife of Reuben Hawkins Descendant of James Campbell
Daughter of James W. Campbell and of Lois A. Barlow, his wife

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Mrs. Hattie Bradshaw Barlow Scott, born in Fulton New York     DAR ID Number 45491
Wife of Robert Scott
Descendant of Theodore Gilbert
Daughter of Reuben Bradshaw and Ruth Shepard, his wife
Granddaughter of Norman Shepard and Betsey Gilbert, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Theodore Gilbert, Jr. (1778-1850) & Betsey Cole (1780-1867), his wife, m 1800
Gr2granddaughter of Theodore Gilbert and Hannah Chapin (1751-1818), his wife, m. 1771

Theodore Gilbert (1751-1826) enlisted 1777 in Col. Samuel B. Webb's regiment from Wethersfield, Connecticut, where he was born

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Miss Catherine Brittin Barlow born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania    DAR ID Number 47370 [Phot from DAR Magazine - 1917]
Descendant of Jesse Barlow
Daughter of Thomas Arnold Barlow (1817-88) and Elizabeth Bennet (1820-78), his wife, m. 1840
Granddaughter of Arnold Barlow (1779-1835) and Ann Brittin (1791-1875), his wife, m. 1811
Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Barlow and Sarah Nye (b. 1750), his wife, m. 1769

Jesse Barlow (1749-1815) served as a private minute man at the Lexington Alarm under Captain Ward Swift and subsequently marched to Dartmouth and Falmouth in same company, Colonel Freeman's regiment. He was born in Sandwich, Massachusetts; died in Newport, R.I.

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Miss Helen Louise Morrison, born in Port Madison Iowa   DAR ID Number 47643 Also No. 37097
Descendant of Josiah Espy
Daughter of Col. Joseph Blacker Morrison and Toma Espy, his wife
Granddaughter of Stephen Barlow Espy and Rebecca Cutler, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Patterson Espy and Marcy Freeman, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of George Espy and Polly Patterson, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Josiah Espy and Elizabeth Patterson, his wife

Josiah Espy (1727-1801) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Northumberland County, 1777. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa; died in Green County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Josephine E.C. Kitselman, born in Salem Indiana    DAR ID Number 47620 Also Nos. 12584, 42203
Wife of Alva Lasalle Kitselman
Descendant of James Campbell, Jr.
Daughter of James William Campbell and Lois A. Barlow, his wife
Granddaughter of William L. Campbell and Elizabeth Hill Iliff, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of James Campbell, Jr., and Mahala McPherson, his wife

James Campbell, Jr. (1763-1848), enlisted as a private in Capt. Job Wright's company of New York militia. He received a pension for his service. He was born in New York; died in Marion, Indiana

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Miss Amy Ethel Taylor, born in Lexington Mississippi     DAR ID Number 49480
Descendant of Elisla Perkins, of Massachusetts
Daughter of George Warren Taylor and Julia Augusta Willis, his wife
Granddaughter of Royal Barlow Willis and Phebe Clarke Webster, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Webster and Hannah Perkins, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of Elisha Perkins and Phebe Clark, his wife

Elisha Perkins (1746-1834) served as private at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. James Jones' company, from Methuen, Mass. He was born in Topsfield; died in Methuen

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Mrs. Florence M.B. Ruthrauff, born in Toledo Ohio    DAR ID Number 49617
Wife of Charles C. Ruthrauff
Descendant of Hezekiah May
Daughter of Anthony W. Barlow and Harriet May, his wife
Granddaughter of John William May and Lucretia Comstock, his wife
Gr-granddaughter of Ralph May and Mary Hall, his wife
Gr2granddaughter of William May and Martha Treat, his wife
Gr3granddaughter of Samuel May and Mary Pierce, his wife
Gr4granddaughter of Hezekiah May and Anna Stillman, his wife

Hezekiah May (1696-1783) was a patriot during the Revolution. He was born in Wethersfield, Connecticut

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Mrs. Catharine C. Fuller, born in Euclid Ohio    DAR ID Number 49677 Also Nos. 9307, 24028, 3099, 34720, 35569, 42368
Wife of Carlton A. Fuller
Descendant of William Ingersoll
Daughter of Thomas Crosby and Mary A. Ingersoll, his wife
Granddaughter of Nathan Ingersoll (1791-1858) and Polly Perry (1790-1880), his wife (m. 1812)
Gr-granddaughter of Elijah Ingersoll & Mary 'Polly' Barlow, his wife (m. 1786)
Gr2granddaughter of William Ingersoll and Lydia (Ingersoll) (1727-1864), his wife (cousins) (m.1746)

William Ingersoll (1723-1815) was chairman of the committee of safety of Lee. He was born in Springfield; died in Lee.

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