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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26 page 188
          Mrs. Maria Clopton Jackson.
          DAR ID Number: 25514
          Born in Richmond, Virginia.
          Wife of Charles Samuel Jackson.
          Descendant of Lieut. Henry Tatum, of Virginia.
          Daughter of Francis Bacon Clopton and Mary Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of James Magruder Boyd and Dorothea Anne Maury Tatum, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Tatum and Dorothea Claiborne, his wife, m. 1783.
          Henry Tatum, (1755-1836), served in the Virginia Continental Line at Trenton; was wounded at Brandywine;
          was at Germantown, White Marsh, Monmouth and Yorktown. He was born in Chesterfield Co.; died in
          Richmond, Va. His widow received a pension.
          Also No. 13830.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26  page 338
          Mrs. Una Ruple Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 25932
          Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
          Wife of Charles J. Boyd.
          Descendant of Lieut. Edward Bussey, of Maryland.
          Daughter of George Hardy Ruple and Laura Bussey (b. 1846), his wife.
          Granddaughter of Rev. Amos Bussey (1806-65) and Hannah Tylee (1811-1901), his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Bussey, Jr., (b. 1781) and Dorcas Parish, his second wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Bussey and Ruth Colgate, his wife.
          Edward Bussey, (1740-1782), served as lieutenant in the company commanded by Capt. John Ashmead,
          1777. His brothers, Bennet and Jesse, served as captain and member of Committee of Safety, respectively.
          He was born in Harford Co., Md.; died in service.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28   page 14
          Mrs. Margaret Love Marshall.
          DAR ID Number: 27040
          Born in Waynesville, North Carolina.
          Wife of Harry C. Marshall.
          Descendant of Lieut. Robert Love.
          Daughter of Dr. Samuel L. Love and Rachel Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Col. James Robert Love and Maria Coman, his wife.
          See No. 27034.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28  page 29
          Mrs. Mary Boyd Mccormick.
          DAR ID Number: 27072
          Born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Henry B. McCormick.
          Descendant of. Col. William Montgomery, Maj. John Boyd and Col. Thomas C.Strawbridge, all of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of James Boyd and Louisa Yeomans, his wife.
          Granddaughter of John C. Boyd and Hannah Montgomery, his wife.
          Gr.-granddau. of John Boyd and Mary Cowan, his wife; Daniel Montgomery and Christianna Strawbridge, his wife.
         Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Montgomery and Margaret Nivin, his wife; Thomas C. Strawbridge and
          Margaret Montgomery, his wife.
          William Montgomery, (1736-1816), served as an associator, delegate to the Provincial Conference and one of
          the committee to devise means for raising troops. He was colonel of Chester Flying Camp, which served at
          Fort Washington, Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth. He was a member of the Assembly from
          Northumberland county, 1779, and founded the town of Danville, where he died.
          Also Nos. 1334, 3120, 4265, 7318, 9810, 11494, 23781.
          John Boyd enlisted as private, rose to the rank of major of militia, and at the close of seven years' service
          returned home with horse, saddle and arms, his only possession. He died, 1823, in Chester county.
          Also Nos. 3437, 4267.
          [p.29] Thomas C. Strawbridge, (1731-1814), was President of the Board of Appeal, 1777, and was
          appointed colonel of militia. He and his wife contributed to the suffering army at  Valley Forge. She, on
          horseback, distributed weekly, clothing, spun and waven from wool raised on theirfarm. He was born in
          Chester county; died in Northumberland county.

  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28  page 29
          Mrs. Helen Montgomery Boyd Dull.
          DAR ID Number: 27073
          Born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
          Widow of Andrew Penrose Lusk Dull.
          Descendant of Col. William Montgomery, Maj. John Boyd and Col. Thomas C.Strawbridge.
          Daughter of James Boyd and Louisa Yeomans, his wife.
          See No. 27072.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28  page 91
          Mrs. Martha H. Errett.
          DAR ID Number: 27241
          Born in Georgetown, Ohio.
          Wife of Albert W. Errett.
          Descendant of Samuel Gibson.
          Daughter of Samuel G. Boyd and Eliza, his wife.
          Granddaughter of John Boyd and Mary Gibson, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gibson and Elizabeth Gibson, his wife.
          Samuel Gibson, (1761-1836), was placed on the pension roll of Highland Co., Ohio,1832, for three years'
          actual service as spy and private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Cumberland Co., Pa.; died in HighlandCo., Ohio.
          Also Nos. 26332.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28  page 195
          Mrs. Emma Lock Boyd Gilchrist.
          DAR ID Number: 27522
          Born in Chicago, Illinois.
          Wife of John Foster Gilchrist.
          Descendant of James Boyd, of New York.
          Daughter of Charles Lansing Boyd and Melvina F. Lock, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Jesse Conde Boyd and Elsie Noble, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of James Boyd and Alida Conde, his wife.
          James Boyd, (1762-1839), enlisted at seventeen in Capt. John Van Wie's company, Co. Philip P. Schuyler's
          regiment of militia. He was born in Antrim, Ireland; died in Albany, N. Y.
          Also No. 19932.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28   page 322
          Mrs. Hallie B. Nicholson.
          DAR ID Number: 27892
          Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of H. S. Nicholson.
          Descendant of Samuel Craig and of Lieut. John Craig, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of William McKown and Mary Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of John Boyd and Nancy Morrison, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. James Boyd and Isabella Craig, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Craig and Martha Clark, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Craig and Elizabeth McDonald, his first wife.
          Samuel Craig was one of the signers of the Westmoreland Declaration. He served in the Commissary and
          was killed by the Indians, 1777, on his way to Fort Ligonier to procure supplies. He was born about 1730.
          His son Samuel served as lieutenant.
          Also Nos. 21958, 24928.
          John Craig. (1754-1850), entered the army as private and rose to the rank of lieutenant Continental Line. He
          joined the Cavalry called the Light Horse Brigade in which he served to the end of the war. He died in
          Freeport, Penna.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28  page 322
          Mrs. Mary B. Mckown.
          DAR ID Number: 27893
          Born in Kittanning, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of William McKown.
          Descendant of Samuel Craig and of Lieut. John Craig.
          Daughter of John Boyd and Nancy Morrison, his wife.
          See No. 27892.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28   page 340
          Mrs. Jane Leavell Carruthers.
          DAR ID Number: 27943
          Born in Coahoma, Mississippi.
          Wife of A. B. Carruthers.
          Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Hopson, of Virginia.
          Daughter of Napoleon L. Leavell and Milbrey Ewing Williams, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Napoleon K. Leavell and Eliza Janie Hopson, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of George Hopson and Eliza Read, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hopson and Sallie Boyd, his wife.
          Joseph Hopson, (1752-1815), served as lieutenant and was at the battle of Cowpens. He was born in Fairfax
          Co., Va., where he died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29 page 270
          Mrs. Mary Watson Craig Shoemaker.
          DAR ID Number: 28740
          Born in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Ira hayes Shoemaker.
          Descendant of Col. James Watson and of John Craig, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Hugh Boyd Craig and Martha Agnes Orr, his wife.
          Granddaughter of William Craig (1794-1855) and Mary Vance Watson, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of John Craig and Jean Boyd, his wife, m. 1791; John Watson and Rebecca Vance, his  wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Watson and Elizabeth Long, his wife.
          James Watson, (1743-1831), was colonel of the Second Battalion Lancaster county volunteers. He was born
          in Lancaster county; died in Greencastle, Pa.
         John Craig served as a private in Capt. John Boyd's company mustered at Derry, 1776. He died, 1801, in
          Derry Church, Pa.
          Also No. 18658.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29   page 304
          [p.304] Mrs.Jessie Muriel Reeves Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 28833
          Born in Snohomish county, Washington.
          Wife of R. H. Boyd.
          Descendant of Capt. Henry Darrah, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of William Henry Reves and Lucy Baldwin, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Morgan Reeves and Hannah Barclay, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Barclay and Ann Darrah, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Darrah and Ann Jamison, his wife.
          Henry Darrah was a member of the New Britain company, Bucks county militia. He served as lieutenant,
          1776, and commanded the Eighth company, 1780. He died in service, 1782, and is buried at Deep Run in the
          Presbyterian graveyard.
          Also Nos. 14614, 16215, 20048.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29 page 312
          Mrs. Lilly Fitzgerald Whitfield.
          DAR ID Number: 28857
          Born in Opelika, Alabama.
          Wife of John G. Whitfield.
          Descendant of James Farley.
          Daughter of James P. Fitzgerald and Tabitha Boyd (1842-1906), his wife.
          Granddaughter of Richard Boyd and Lucy Farley (1797-1881), his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of James Farley and Lucy Evans, his wife.
          James Farley served as an artificer in Capt. Hawes's company, Continental troops. He was born in Virginia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30   page 203
          Mrs. Helen Eliza Rogers Brown.
          DAR ID Number: 29568
          Born in Sheldon, New York.
          Widow of Myron Brown.
          Descendant of Col. Gideon Warren.
          Daughter of John Sylvester Rogers and Eliza Warren, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Gideon Warren, Jr. and Sally Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Warren and Eunice Chipman, his wife.
          Gideon Warren, (1730-1803), commanded a company to guard the frontier, 1778, and was colonel in the
          Fifth Vermont regiment when he was wounded. He served to the close of the war and received the allowance
          made by Congress to wounded officers. He died in Hampton, N. Y.
          Also No. 20439.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 230
          Miss Rose Mclean.
          DAR ID Number: 29647
          Born in Union county, Ohio.
          Descendant of Maj. Joseph McGarrough.
          Daughter of Duncan McLean and Joanna De Good, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Daniel McLean and Helena Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Duncan McLean and Elizabeth McGarrough, his wife.
          See No. 29646.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 240
          Mrs. Agnes Trevette Barrington Beates.
          DAR ID Number: 29673
          Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Henry Beates, Jr.
          Descendant of Andrew Culbertson, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Francis Barrington and Clara Culbertson Cummings, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Thomas Cummings and Lucy Babb, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of James Cummings and Mary Culbertson, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Culbertson and Jeannette Boyd, his wife.
          Andrew Culbertson, (1731-97), served as a ranger on the frontiers. He was in the battle with the Indians,
          1782, on Bald Eagle Creek, where all but three of the whole force were killed. He died in Williamsport, Pa.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 301
          Mrs. Frances Gordon Pym Denny.
          DAR ID Number: 29836
          Born in Rushsylvania, Ohio.
          Wife of Austin Denny.
          Descendant of Sergt. Hugh Thompson.
          Daughter of Jacob F. Pym and Frances M. Sharpe, his wife.
          Granddaughter of George W. Sharpe and Caroline R. Snider, his wife.
          [p.301] Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Snider and Margaretta Thompson, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Thompson and Jane Boyd (1744-1828), his wife.
          Hugh Thompson, (1748-1812), served as a private in the Canadian campaign. He reënlisted as sergeant in
          Capt. Jeremiah Talbot's company, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Belfast, Ireland, lived in Cumberland
          Co., Penna., during the Revolution and at the close, removed to Taneytown, Md., where he is buried in Piney
          Creek cemetery.
          Also Nos. 3581, 13165.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 304
          Mrs. Harriet Jane Spencer.
          DAR ID Number: 29847
          Born in Morgan county, Ohio.
          Wife of Capt. George K. Spencer, U. S. A.
          Descendant of James Foster.
          Daughter of John Caldwell McCullough and Jane Sankey, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Abraham Sankey and Ann Boyd Foster, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of James Foster and Ann Barclay, his wife.
          James Foster, (1738-1814), enlisted, 1776, for three years as a private in theVirginia Line. He was born in
          Lancaster Co., Pa.,; died in Poland, Ohio.
          Also No. 20314.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 53  page 448
          Mrs. Pearle Montgomery Dreshel.
          DAR ID Number: 52967
          Born in La Fayette County, Miss.
          Wife of W. Allen Dreshel.
          Descendant of Capt. Stephen Alexander, of North Carolina.
          Daughter of Jonathan Alexander Montgomery and Eliza Anne Alexander, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Joseph Hespitian Alexander and Elizabeth Boyd, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of Ewell Alexander (b. 1788) and Esther Wilson, his wife.
          Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Alexander and Martha Wilson (1754-1843), his wife, m. 1771.
          Stephen Alexander (1749-1831) served five months as lieutenant, under Capt.William Houston, North
          Carolina troops, and received a captain's commission, which he held until the close of the war. In 1843 his
          widow applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born and died in Mecklenburg, N. C.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 223
          Mrs. Margaret Anne Logan Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 53503
          Born in Stanford, Ky.
          Wife of Benjamin Stephenson Boyd.
          Descendant of Hugh Logan, of Virginia.
          Daughter of P. W. Logan, M. D. and Rebecca Jane Hocker, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Allen Logan and Margaret Miller, his 2nd wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of Hugh Logan and Sara Wood, his wife.
          Hugh Lógan (1745-1816) enlisted, 1779, in Gen. George Rogers Clark's Illinois regiment of Virginia troops.
          He was born in Augusta County, Virginia ; died in Lincoln County, Ky.
          Also No. 12293.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54  page 378
          Mrs. Edith Bancroft Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 53840
          Born in San Francisco, Calif.
          Wife of Robert Munro Boyd, Jr.
          Descendant of David Bancroft and of Bishop John Croes, of New Jersey.
          [p.378] Daughter of Eugene A. Bancroft and Eleanor Croes, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Thomas Bancroft and Mary E. Osborn, his wife; Ralph Van Meter Croes and Ursula
          Blanchard, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Bancroft and Elizabeth Gragg, his wife; John Croes, Jr., and Eleanor Van Meter, his wife.
          Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Bancroft and Phœbe (Bancroft), his wife; John Croes and Patty or Martha
          Crane, his wife.
          Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Bancroft and Eunice —, his wife (parents of Ebenezer).
          David Bancroft (1718-82) in 1775 was a committeeman and in 1774 delegate to the Provincial Congress. He
          was born in Reading; died in Auburn, Mass.
          John Croes (1762-1832) served as sergeant and quartermaster in the Revolution. He became Bishop and was
          mourned by the State as her distinguished son. He was born in Elizabethtown; died in New Brunswick, N. J.
          Also No. 22849.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 415
          Miss Louise Pauline Varner.
          DAR ID Number: 53923
          Born in Portsmouth, Ohio.
          Descendant of Peter Varner, George Yost, and of Lieut. William Huston.
          Daughter of James Huston Varner and Ellen Louise Varner, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Sampson Egon Varner and Maria Louise Huston, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of Christian Milleslagle Varner and Elizabeth Egon, his wife; Samuel J. Huston and
          Elizabeth Leonard, his wife.
          Gr-gr-granddaughter of Christian Varner and Barbara Mileslagle, his wife; William Huston, Jr., and Susan
          Boyd (1772-1875), his wife; Sampson Egon and Rebecca Yost, his wife.
          Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Varner and — —, his wife; William Huston and Susannah —, his wife;
          George Yost and Catherine Yost, his wife.
          Peter Varner served as a private in the Pennsylvania line. He was born in Germany.
          George Yost served in the Maryland line during the war.
          Also No. 24318.
          William Huston served as ensign, 1777, in Hartley's Additional Continental regiment; promoted lieutenant,
          1778, and served in the 11th Pennsylvania regiment. In 1783 he was transferred to the 2nd Pennsylvania
          regiment and served until the close of the war. He was born in 1760.
          Also No. 46447.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55   page 22
          Mrs. Caroline Mckoun Seiders.
          DAR ID Number: 54052
          Born in Bath, Me.
          Wife of Edmund Joshua Seiders.
          Descendant of Samuel Boyd.
          [p.22] Daughter of Gilbert Carr Trufant and Sarah Fletcher Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of William McIntyre Boyd and Margaret McIntyre, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Boyd and Frances Fletcher, his wife.
          Samuel Boyd (1736-1828) served at Winter Hill, 1775, under Capt. Samuel McCobb, in Nixon's regiment. He
          was born in Worcester, Mass.; died in Bristol, Me.
          Also No. 34736.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 93
          Mrs. Kathryn Bemus Roll.
          DAR ID Number: 54222
          Born in Rockford, Iowa.
          Wife of J. Linden Roll.
          Descendant of William Bemus, of New York.
          Daughter of David M. Bemus, M. D., and Mary E. Chapman, his wife.
          Granddaughter of James Bemus and Tryphenia Boyd, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of William Bemus and Mary Prendergast, his wife.
          William Bemus (1762-1830) was a private in the 4th company Saratoga regiment. His father was the owner
          of the Bemis Heights battlefield, and his three sons, Jotham, William, and John, were in the battle. He was
          born and died at Bemis Heights, N. Y.
          Also No. 33728.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55  page 205
          Miss Mary Wilson Smith.
          DAR ID Number: 54473
          Born in Brookville, Ohio.
          Descendant of Capt. James Rogers, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of James Rogers Sharon Smith and Harriet McCarter, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Flora Rogers, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of James Rogers, Jr., and Eleanor Boyd, his wife.
          Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Rogers and Florence Hutchinson, his wife.
          James Rogers (1735-90) commanded a company at the battle of Long Island in Col. Timothy Green's
          Hanover Rifle Associators. He was born and died in Lancaster County, Pa.
          Also No. 43703.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55  page 361
          Mrs. Mary E. Babbitt.
          DAR ID Number: 54829
          Born in New Hampton, N. Y.
          Wife of Robert O. Babbitt.
          Descendant of Sergt. Hugh Thomson.
          Daughter of James William Thomson McCrea and Harriet Elizabeth Schroeder, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Thomson McCrea and Anna Mary Eckert, his wife.
          Gr-granddaughter of William McCrea and Elizabeth Thomson, his wife.
          Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hugh Thomson and Jane Boyd, his wife.
          Hugh Thomson (1748-1812) served as private and sergeant in the Pennsylvania Continental Line. He was
          born in Ireland; died in Taneytown, Md.
          Also No. 13165.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 325
          Mrs. Annie Alwood Anthony Perkins.
          DAR ID Number: 29910
          Born in Providence, Rhode Island.
          Wife of Frederick Heber Perkins.
          Descendant of Col. John Boyd, of Massachusetts.
          Daughter of John Brayton Anthony and Ellen De Forest Miller, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Lewis Leprelete Miller and Electra Smith, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Miller and Hannah Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Boyd and Hannah Dean, his wife.
          John Boyd. (1738-1828), commanded a company of minute men from Wrentham at the Lexington and
          Rhode Island alarms. He died in Franklin and on his tomb is called colonel.
          Also Nos. 1320, 14428.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30  page 349
          Miss Mary J. Castle.
          DAR ID Number: 29975
          Born in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
          Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Castle, Jonathan Jaquess, Corp. Jonathan Hastings, Abram Boyd, and Ozias Dix.
          Daughter of Henry A. Castle and Margaret W. Jaquess, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Timothy Hunt Castle and Julia A. Boyd, his wife; James F. Jaquess and Mary Sciple, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Philo Castle and Jerusha Dix (b. 1785), his wife; James Boyd and Elizabeth Hastings,
          his wife; Jonathan G. [p.349] Jaquess and Mary Wood Smith, his wife; Timothy Castle and Mary Hunt, his
          wife, m. 1779.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ozias Dix and Lucy Hatch (b. 1752), his wife, m. 1772; Abram Boyd and Hannah
          Hill, his wife, m. 1766; Jonathan Hastings and Hannah Shaw, his wife; Jonathan Jaquess and Rebecca
          Frazier, his wife, m. 1762.
         Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zephaniah Hatch (1729-1807) and Esther Dickinson (1731-1822), his wife, m.1751.
          Timothy Castle served as lieutenant of Connecticut militia, 1780. He was born in Woodbury, Conn., 1747,
          removed to Wilmington, Vermont, and died after 1806.
          Jonathan Jaquess, (1753-1843), was a minute man at Long Island, Kings Bridge and White Plains. Upon his
          tombstone is inscribed “A patriot who faithfully served his country five years, both on land and sea.” He was
          born in Middlesex Co., N. J.; died in Indiana.
          Also Nos. 8223, 9042, 22777.
          Jonathan Hastings, (1752-1822), served as a private in Capt. Simeon Hazeltine's company, and as corporal
          under Capt. Timothy Page. He was born in Hardwick, Mass.; died in Wilmington, Vt.
          Ozias Dix served as a private in Capt. Chester Wells's company of Connecticut militia, 1777. He was born in
          Wethersfield, Conn.; died in Wilmington, Vt.
          Abram Boyd was a minute man in the defense of Boston, 1776. He was born in Upton, Mass., removed
          during the war, to Wilmington, Vt., where he died.  The Line of Abram (Abraham) Boyd and Hannah Hill

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30   page 349
          Miss Helen Steel Castle.
          DAR ID Number: 29976
          Born in Quincy, Illinois.
          Descendant of Corp. Jonathan Hastings, Lieut. Timothy Castle, Jonathan Jaquess, Ozias Dix and Abram  Boyd.
          Daughter of Henry A. Castle and Margaret W. Jaquess, his wife.
          See No. 29975.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30 page 349
          Mrs. Margaret Castle Stone.
          DAR ID Number: 29977
          Born in St. Paul, Minnesota.
          Wife of Capt. Edward Raymond Stone.
          Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Castle, Ozias Dix, Jonathan Jaquess, Corp. Jonathan Hastings and Abram Boyd.
          Daughter of Henry A. Castle and Margaret W. Jaquess, his wife.
          See No. 29975.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31  page 59
          Mrs. Leonora Barrington Molony.
          DAR ID Number: 30167
          Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Charles Thomas Molony, 2d.
          Descendant of Andrew Culbertson, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Francis Barrington and Clara Culbertson Cummings, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Thomas Cummings and Lucy Babb, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of James Cummings and Mary Culbertson, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Culbertson and Jeanette Boyd, his wife.
          Andrew Culbertson, (1731-97), served as a ranger on the frontiers. He was in the battle with the Indians,
          1782, on Bald Eagle Creek where all but three of the entire force were killed. He died in Williamsport, Pa.
          Also No. 29673.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32   page 365
          Mrs. Rosa Isabella Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 31988
          Born in Jewett, New York.
          Wife of John Alexander Boyd.
          Descendant of Corp. Henry Goslee and of Samuel Peck.
          Daughter of Alfred Peck and Lydia Buell Peck, his 2d wife.
          Granddaughter of Charles Peck, (1789-1866) and Sarah Goslee, (1793-1873), his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Pheophilus Peck, (1764-1839) and Mary Hill, his wife; Henry Goslee and Sarah
          Kimball, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Peck and Susanna Doolittle, his wife, m. 1760.
          Henry Goslee, (1760-1818), served as corporal in the Light Dragoons; was one ofthe Forelorn Hope in the
          assault on Stony Point and was at Valley Forge. He died at Jewett, N. Y.
          Samuel Peck, (1734-1815), was a patriot of Wallingford, Conn., where he was born and died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 33  page 138
          [p.138] Mrs. Lua Vaughn Nixon
          DAR ID Number: 32404
          Born in Sweetwater, Tennessee.
          Wife of William M. Nixon.
          Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Boyd.
          Daughter of Gen. John Crawford Vaughn and N. A. Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Maj. James Vaughn and Jane Crawford, his wife; Joseph Boyd, (1798-1874) and Margaret
          Lilburn, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of William Vaughn and Fannie Foley, his wife; Thomas Boyd and Nancy Ann Martin, his wife.
          Thomas Boyd, (1754-1814), was appointed 1776, third lieutenant in the Pennsylvania Rifle regiment. He was
          born in Northampton county, Pa.; died in Knox county, Tenn.

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          Mrs. Olivia Hamilton.
          DAR ID Number: 32670
          Born in Burkettsville, Maryland.
          Wife of Charles L. Hamilton.
          Descendant of John Eichelberger and of John Kay, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Samuel Philips, (1823-92) and Rebecca Kay, (1823-92), his wife, m. 1848.
          Granddaughter of Thomas Philips, (1788-1844) and Mary Ann Eichelberger, (1792-1829), his wife, m. 1811;
          George B. Kay and Elizabeth Kline ,his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of John Eichelberger and Mary Leonard, (d. 1840), his wife, m. 1782; William Kay and
          Rachel Boyd his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Kay and Elizabeth Smoot, his wife.
          John Eichelberger, (1750-1821), was a soldier in Col. Samuel Miles's Pennsylvania Rifle regiment and was at
          Bunker Hill where he was wounded. He was born in York county, Pennsylvania; died in Hagerstown, Md.
          Also Nos. 17788, 26540.
          [p.226] John Kay, (1734-1804), served as a private in the Ninth regiment, Continental Line. He was born in
          Philadelphia, where he died.

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          Mrs. Sue Boyd Harris Klein.
          DAR ID Number: 32716
          Born in Mineola, Texas.
          Wife of Louis A. Klein.
          Descendant of Capt. Samuel Harris.
          [p.242] Daughter of Ben. G. Harris and Sue Boyd, his wife.
          Granddaughter of John Birdsall Harris and Virginia Goodrich, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of John R. Harris and Jane Birdsall, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Col. John Harris, (1760-1824) and Mary Richardson, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Harris and Elizabeth Boner, his wife.
          Samuel Harris, (1740-1825), who had fought in the early wars, served in the Revolution as captain of cavalry
          of North-umberland county, Pa., militia for duty on the frontier. He was born in Harrisburg, Pa., removed,
          1795, to Cayuga Lake, N. Y., and died at Bridgeport.

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          Mrs. Margaret Boyd Earhart.
          DAR ID Number: 33080
          Born in Freeport, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Joseph Earhart.
          Descendant of Samuel Craig and of Lieut. John Craig, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of John Boyd and Nancy Morrison, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Rev. James Boyd and Isabella Craig, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of John Craig and Martha Clark, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Craig and Elizabeth MacDonald, his first wife.
          Samuel Craig, (1730-77), was one of the signers of the Westmoreland Declaration. He served in the
          Commissary and was killed by the Indians on his way to Fort Ligonier to procure supplies. His son Samuel
          served as lieutenant.
          Also Nos. 21958, 24928, 27892.
          John Craig (1754-1850) entered the army as private and rose to lieutenant. He died in Freeport, Pennsylvania.
         Also No. 27892.

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          Mrs. Julia Smiley Broughton.
          DAR ID Number: 33728
          Born in Albany, Wisconsin.
          Wife of Russell Broughton, M. D.
          Descendant of William Smiley and of William Bemus.
          Daughter of Daniel Smiley and Ellen Bemus, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Joseph Smiley (1781-1862) and Sarah Lewis Gorton (1790-1860), his wife, m. 1807;
          Charles Bemus and Relepha Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of William Smiley and Hannah Wilcox, his wife; William Bemus and Mary Prendergast,  his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jotham Bemus and Tryphena Moore, his wife.
          William Smiley served as a private in the Connecticut line. He died 1825 in Ellery, New York.
          William Bemus, (1762-1830), was a private in the 4th company, Saratoga regiment. His father was the owner
          of the Bemus Heights battlefield, and his three sons Jotham, William and John were in the battle. He was born
          in Bemus Heights, N. Y., where he died.

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          Mrs. Blanche Mead Gray.
          DAR ID Number: 34373
          Born in Mt. Hope, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of Ezra S. Gray.
          Descendant of Ensign David Mead and of Andrew Culbertson, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Albert Darius Mead and Roena Kleckner, his wife.
          [p.133] Granddaughter of James Saterfield Mead and Margaret Colter, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughtter of Darius Mead and Sarah Logue, his wife; Thomas Colter, Jr. and Maria J. Culbertson, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Mead and Agnes Wilson, his first wife; Thomas Colter and Elizabeth Logue,
          his wife; William Culbertson and Margaret Johnson, his second wife.
         Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Culbertson and Jennett Boyd, his wife.
          David Mead, (1752-1816), served as ensign in the Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Hudson, N. Y.; died
          in Meadville, Pa.
          Andrew Culbertson, (1731-97), served as a ranger on the frontiers. He was in the battle with the Indians
          1782 on Bald Eagle Creek where all but three of the entire force were killed. He died in Williamsport, Pa.
          Also Nos. 29673, 30167.

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          Mrs. Helen Boyd Denfeld.
          DAR ID Number: 34736
          Born in Bath, Maine.
          Wife of Robert E. Denfeld.
          Descendant of Samuel Boyd.
          Daughter of Alpheus P. Boyd and Susan Trufant, his wife.
          [p.257] Granddaughter of Thomas Boyd (b. 1779) and Cathrene Light, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Boyd and Frances Fletcher, his wife.
          Samuel Boyd, (1736-1828), served at Winter Hill, 1775, under Capt. Samuel McCobb, Nixon's regiment. He
          was born in Worcester, Mass.; died in Bristol, Maine.

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          Mrs. Sarah Taliaferro Boyd.
          DAR ID Number: 35199
          Born in Dalton, Georgia.
          Wife of Dr. Arthur F. Boyd.
          Descendant of Zachariah Taliaferro.
          Daughter of Charles Edward Broyles and Lucy Johnson, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Dr. O. R. Broyles and Sarah Ann Taliaferro, his wife.
          [p.73] Gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Taliaferro, Jr., (1759-1831) and Margaret Chest Carter, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Taliaferro and Mary Boutwell, his wife.
          Zachariah Taliaferro, (1739-1811), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Amherst 1775 and sheriff
          of the same county in Virginia. He died in S. C.
          Also Nos. 9527, 21448, 23118.

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          Mrs. Sarah Matilda Boyd Orvis.
          DAR ID Number: 35478
          Born in New York, N. Y.
          Wife of Charles E. Orvis.
          Descendant of Lieut. Theodorus Van Wyck, 3d., of New York.
          Daughter of John Thomas Boyd and Hannah Agnes Shea, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Dr. Thomas Boyd and Sarah Graham, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Chauncey Graham and Elizabeth Van Wyck, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theodorus Van Wyck, 3d, and Altje Brinckerhoff (1732-89), his first wife, m.1754.
          Theodorus Van Wyck, 3d, (1730-89), was member of the Provincial Congress and served in the
          Levies. He was born on Long Island; died in Fishkill, N. Y.

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          Mrs. Caroline Crocker Rowley, M.D.
          DAR ID Number: 37402
          Born in Cameron, New York.
          Wife of John M. Rowley.
          Descendant of Edward Downes.
          Daughter of Dr. Wickham Richard Crocker and Jane Ramsey Downes, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Amasa Downes and Fanny Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Downes and Rhoda Billings, his second wife.
          Edward Downes, (1742-1800), was a minute man from Stoughton at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in
          Stoughton, Mass.; died in Francestown, N. H.
          Also Nos. 11979, 13652, 18040, 34633.

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          Mrs. Mamie Boyd Harris.
          DAR ID Number: 37484
          Born in Newberry County, South Carolina.
          Wife of James Teague Harris.
          Descendant of Adam F. Epting and of John Boyd, of South Carolina.
          Daughter of Rev. George M. Boyd and Mary Thompson, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Rev. Mark M. Boyd and Elizabeth Epting, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Nathan Boyd and Elizabeth Taggart, his wife; John Adam Epting and Mary
          Cannon, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Boyd and Jane Bernardoc, his wife; Adam F. Epting and Mary Vardiman, his wife.
          Adam Frenwick Epting, (1746-80), served in a regiment of foot and was killed by a band of Tories.
          John Boyd, (1740-1802), served as a private in the first South Carolina regiment. He was born in Ireland;
          died in Newberry county, S. C., and is buried near New Hope Church.

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          Mrs. Sarah Billings Smith Seydel.
          DAR ID Number: 37573
          Born in Setauket, New York.
          Wife of Herman Seydel.
          Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Pond.
          Daughter of Theodore Ellsworth Smith and Martha Hawkins Jayne, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Isaac Chauncey Smith and Sarah Jeanette Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Boyd and Sarah Billings Pond (1801-64), his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam Pond (1769-1845) and Sarah Billings, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Pond and Freelove Fairbanks, his wife.
          Ebenezer Pond, (1728-1821), served as lieutenant in the Wrentham company at the Rhode Island alarms. He
          was born in Wrentham, Mass., and died in Oswego, N. Y.

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          Mrs. Fanny Downes Hallett.
          DAR ID Number: 37814
          Born in Cameron, New York.
          Widow of William Hallett.
          Descendant of Edward Downs.
          Daughter of Wickham Richard Crocker, M. D., and Jane Ramsey Downs, his wife.
          [p.287] Granddaughter of Amasa Downs and Fanny Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Downs (1742-1800) and Rhoda Billings, his 2nd wife.
          See No. 37402.

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          Mrs. Clara Mckinley Haney
          DAR ID Number: 37873
          Born in Elizabeth, Pennsylvania.
          Wife of James F. Haney.
          Descendant of John Fife and Capt. William Fife, of Pennsylvania.
          Daughter of Andrew McKinley and Martha Jane Fife, his wife.
          Granddaughter of Andrew Fife and Sarah Robinson, his wife.
          Gr.-granddaughter of William Fife and Margaret Boyd, his wife.
          Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Fife and Margaret Wright, his wife.
          William Fife, (1751-1808), served as captain in Col. William Crawford's expedition when the leader was
          burned at the stake. He was one of the few who escaped. He was born in Scotland; died in Upper St. Clair, PA
          John Fife, (1721-1800), was a private in Capt. Robert Johnson's company of Westmoreland County rangers
          for service against the Indians.

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