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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
 page 184

 [p.184] Mrs. Claudine Stocker Johnston.
 DAR ID Number: 7547 
 Born in New York. 
 Wife of Jesse Bell Johnston. 
 Descendant of John Davison, of New York. 
 Daughter of Morgan R. Stocker and Elizabeth Story, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Benjamin Stocker and Alida Davison, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Davison and Elizabeth Fitchet, his wife. 
 “John Davison born Nov. 18, 1758, in Dutchess Co. A Revolutionary Pensioner 
 of the 2nd N. Y. Line. Died Sept. 10, 1834 without a groan in his 77th year.” 
This is written on his tomb at Pierstown, Otsego county. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8

 Mrs. Jennie Williams Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 7680 
 Born in Connecticut. 
 Wife of Edward H. Davison. 
 Descendant of Thomas Taylor, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of C. Davis Williams and Florinda Preston, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Amos Preston and Martha Taylor, his wife. 
 Great-granddaughter of Thomas Taylor, who enlisted in Capt. Jonathan Birge's company, Col.
 Comfort Sage's regiment, to reinforce the army in New York. The command suffered in the
 retreat and at the battle of White Plains the captain was mortally wounded. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9

 Mrs. Mary Finley Davison Brown.
 DAR ID Number: 8123 
 Born in Illinois. 
 Wife of Henry Blair Brown. 
 Descendant of Rev. James Caldwell, of New Jersey. 
 Daughter of Alfred Hennen Davison and Elvira Owsley, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of John Roberts Davison and Mary Ogden Finley, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Finley and Esther F. Caldwell, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Caldwell and Hannah Ogden, his wife. 
 James Caldwell was known as the “Fighting Parson” and a price was set upon his head. He
 sacrificed his property and his wife was killed with an infant in her arms, by a British soldier. He
 was shot in 1781 by an American sentry who was tried and hung for murder. 
 Also Nos. 326, 1652, 2775, 3312, 7743. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9

 Mrs. Mary J. Davison Stevens.
 DAR ID Number: 8541 
 Born in New York. 
 Wife of Henry E. Stevens. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison, of New York. 
 Daughter of Paul K. Davison and Abigail Burdick, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Diadamia Smith, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 Asa Davison, who had fought in the early wars, was fife major during the Revolution. 
 Ezra Davison enlisted at the age of sixteen and served as a matross in Capt. Benjamin Durkee's
 company. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9
 page 222

 Mrs. Emma Thompson.
 DAR ID Number: 8591 
 Born in Maine. 
 Widow of Charles Thompson, Jr. 
 Descendant of Dr. Jonas Loker, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Edward Davison and Emeline Leland, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Lewis Leland and Martha Smith, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Smith and Mary Loker, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Loker and Abigail Barber, his wife. 
 [p.222] Jonas Loker turned out at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Isaac Loker and was
 surgeon in Capt. Samuel Patch's company at the battle of Bunker Hill, where he was killed. 
 Also No. 890. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9

 Mrs. Grace E. Thompson Reeder.
 DAR ID Number: 8601 
 Born in Massachusetts. 
 Wife of Frank Reeder. 
 Descendant of Timothy Thompson, Dr. Jonas Loker, Jeremiah Smith, Lieut. Jonathan W. Smith,
 Nehemiah Wyman, Lieut. Edward Stearns and William Calder, all of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Charles Thompson, Jr., and Emma Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Charles Thompson and Nancy Wyman, his wife; Edward Davison and
 Emeline Leland, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Thompson and Sarah Calder, his wife; Lewis Leland and Martha
 Smith, his wife; Nehemiah Wyman and Susanna Stearns, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Smith and Mary Loker, his wife; Edward Stearns and Lucy
 Wyman, his wife; and of William Calder. 
 See No. 8460. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Loker and Abigail Barber, his wife; Jonathan W. Smith and
 Ruth Huntting, his wife. 
 See No. 8591. 
 Timothy Thompson, 1776, served under Capt. Wheelock. 
 Jeremiah Smith, 1776, while in the expedition to Canada, was taken prisoner at the battle of the
 Cedars. 
 Jonathan W. Smith, with his son Jeremiah, turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 
 Nehemiah Wyman, 1775, served in the Middlesex militia. 
 William Calder enlisted under Capt. Jonathan Allen and served in different commands during the
 war. 

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 Mrs. Jeannie Mcdougall Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 10177 
 Born in New York. 
 Wife of Charles M. Davison. 
 Descendant of Gen. John Williams, of New York. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
 page 137

 Mrs. Adelaide Douglass Immich.
 DAR ID Number: 10349 
 Born in Connecticut. 
 Wife of Henry L. Immich. 
 Descendant of Capt. Benoni Cutler, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of John H. Douglass and Sarah A. Cutler, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William D. Cutler and Annie Davison, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of William Cutler and Sally Hall, his wife. 
 [p.137] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benoni Cutler and Laurana Leavens, his wife. 
 Benoni Cutler turned out from Killingly at the Lexington Alarm, and served as lieutenant at the
 siege of Boston. He commanded a company under Col. Andrew Ward in the New York
 campaign, and was at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He died at Guildhall, Vt., in 1807,
 aged seventy. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
 page 29

 Mrs. Frances Frisbie Shepard Jones.
 DAR ID Number: 11074 
 Born in Minnesota. 
 Wife of Arthur Hope Jones. 
 Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Shepard, Capt. Daniel Drake, Eli Hoskins, William Frisbie,
 Thomas Davison and Samuel Boynton, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of William Hoskins Shepard and Frances Frisbie, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Dr. Elias Willard Frisbie and Sophronia Boynton, his wife; Samuel Shepard
 and Phebe Hoskins, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Frisbie Jr., and Elizabeth Davison, [p.29] his wife; Judge
 Jonathan Boynton and Elizabeth Smith, his wife; Ebenezer Shepard, Jr., and Sarah Burpee, his
 wife; Eli Hoskins and Rhoda Drake, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Frisbie and Sarah Campbell, his wife; Deacon Thomas
 Davison and Anna Wright, his wife; Samuel Boynton and Elizabeth Robinson, his wife; Ebenezer
 Shepard and Jane McCordy, his wife; Daniel Drake and Lois Reed, his wife. 
 Ebenezer Shepard, 1775, was lieutenant in Capt. Aaron Fuller's company and 1780 served in
 the Suffolk county regiment. He was born in Berkshire county, 1741, and died at New London,
 N. H., 1811. 
 Daniel Drake, 1781, commanded a company in Col. Luke Drury's Bristol county regiment. He
 died at Grafton, N. H., 1810, aged sixty-seven. 
 Also Nos. 5755, 8547, 10150. 
 Eli Hoskins, 1776-80, served several enlistments under different commands. He was born at
 Taunton, Mass., 1759, and died at Lyman, N. H., 1845. 
 William Frisbie was a soldier in Capt. John Thompson's company, Albany county militia. He was
 born in Connecticut, 1737, and died at Middleton, Vt., 1813. 
 Thomas Davison served two enlistments. He was born in Ireland, 1727, and died at
 Peterborough, N. H., 1813. 
 Samuel Boynton, 1775, was a private in Capt. Thomas William's company of minute men, under
 Col. John Patterson. 

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 Mrs. Viola Harris Husted.
 DAR ID Number: 11386 
 Born in New York. 
 Wife of Edwin Winter Husted. 
 Descendant of Reuben Champion, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of George Harris and Sarah Anna Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Benjamin Davison and Abigail Bathrick, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Bathrick and Susanna Champion, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Champion and Esther Chadwick, his wife. 
 Reuben Champion served on the first call for troops in the First company, Sixth Regiment. He
 was a pensioner when he died at Lyme, 1848, aged ninety-two. 

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 Mrs. Ida Leonore Howard.
 DAR ID Number: 11643 
 Born in New Jersey. 
 Wife of Edward Vicars Howard. 
 Descendant of Thomas Morris and Ruliff Covenhoven, of New Jersey. 
 Daughter of John Ashmore Conover (name changed) and Marie Lenore Du Four, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Dominique J. Du Four and Amanda M. F. Morgan, his wife; William
 Covenhoven and Maria J. Ashmore, his wife. 
 See No. 11640. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Ruliff Covenhoven and Amy Lake, his wife. 
 Ruliff Covenhoven served in the wagonmaster general's department under Capt. William
 Davison. He died at Milton, Pa., 1854, aged eighty-seven. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13
 page 156

 Mrs. Eugenia Davison Barnard Williams.
 DAR ID Number: 12406 
 Born in New York. 
 Wife of Aras Williams. 
 [p.156] Descendant of Gen. Joseph Badger and of Col. Joseph Badger, Jr., of New Hampshire.

 Daughter of Henry Barnard and Eugenia Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Christopher Columbus Davison and Mary Eliza Badger, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Eliza Sterling, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peaslee Badger and Lydia Kelley, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger, Jr., and Hannab Peaslee, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, his wife. 
 Joseph Badger (1722-1803), was a member of the Provincial Congress and a delegate to the
 Constitutional Convention. In 1780 he was appointed brigadier general. 
 Joseph Badger, Jr. (1746-1809), entered the militia as lieutenant, and commanded a company in
 the Burgoyne campaign. After the surrender his company escorted the prisoners to Boston. He
 died at Gilmantown, N. H. 
 Also Nos. 3811, 10024. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
 page 194

 Mrs. Sarah M. Mammen.
 DAR ID Number: 14515 
 Born in Illinois. 
 Wife of Dr. G. Mammen. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of William A. Parks and Louisa M. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Daniel P. M. Davison and Malinda Maxon, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Deidamia Smith, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 [p.194] Asa Davison, (1736-1824), who had fought in the early wars, was a private under
 Capt. Nathaniel Webb and Col. John Durkee, 1778. He served several enlistments as fife
 major. 
 Ezra Davison, (1765-1834), enlisted at the age of sixteen as a matross in Capt. Benjamin
 Durkee's company to serve at Fort Trumbull. He was born in Nova Scotia and died at Grafton,
 N. Y. 
 Also No. 8541. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
 page 105

 Mrs. Nancy Mcclure Newcomb.
 DAR ID Number: 16278 
 Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
 Wife of James Newcomb. 
 [p.105] Descendant of Sergt. David McClure, of New Hampshire. 
 Daughter of Cyrus McClure and Nancy E. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of David McClure and Martha Wilson, his wife. 
 See No. 16259. 

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 Mrs. Sarah Caroline Pelot Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 17639 
 Born in Abbeville, South Carolina. 
 Wife of Dr. A. M. Davison. 
 Descendant of Col. James Postell, of South Carolina. 
 Daughter of Charles Moore Pelot and Margaret Ann Ford, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Maj. Charles Pelot and Mary Susan Postell, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of James Postell and Mary Moore, his wife. 
 James Postell, (1739-1824), served as colonel in the partisan warfare of South Carolina under
 Gen. Francis Marion, as did also his brothers Benjamin and John. He was severely wounded in
 the face and bore the scars through life. The sword he carried is in the family. 
 Also No. 5639. 

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 Mrs. Ellen Conway Edwards.
 DAR ID Number: 17640 
 Born in Martinsville, Virginia. 
 Wife of John W. Edwards. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith, of Virginia. 
 Daughter of John H. Pedigo and Eleanor Cornelia Davidson, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Edward Jaquelin Davison and Eleanor Conway Baldwin, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of William Davison (1768-1822) and Martha Maria Smith, (1782-1815) his
 wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Smith and Anna Bull (1760-1831), his wife. 
 John Smith, (1750-1836), was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county
 lieutenant under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of
 eighty-three, for service as colonel of State troops. He was born in Middlesex Co., and died in
 Frederick Co., Va. 
 Also No. 14759. 

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 page 237

 Mrs. Kate Madison Henry.
 DAR ID Number: 17645 
 Born in Saline County, Missouri. 
 Wife of Jesse W. Henry. 
 Descendant of Lieut Col. Leven Powell, of Virginia. 
 Daughter of Alexander Macdonald Davison and Mary Catherine Powell, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Thomas W. Powell (1792-1853) and Clarissa Chesley, his wife. 
 [p.237] Gr.-granddaughter of William Harrison Powell (1763-1802) and Sarah Green, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Leven Powell and Sarah Harrison, (m. 1763), his wife. 
 Leven Powell, (1737-1810), served as lieutenant colonel of Grayson's Continental regiment,
 1777; was ill after the exposure at Valley Forge, 1778, and was obliged to resign. He was born
 in Prince William County, Va., and died in Bedford Springs, Pa., where his tomb-stone is well
 preserved. 
 Also Nos. 1070, 2380, 3164, 5417, 12455, 13839, 16793. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
 page 225

 Mrs. Elizabeth Munson Davison
 DAR ID Number: 18609 
 Born in Clarence, New York. 
 Wife of Dewitt Clinton Davison. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Fairchild, Col. John Munson, Col. John Goffe, Maj. John Goffe
 and Samuel Goffe. 
 Daughter of Nathaniel Fairchild and Harriet Hughes, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Nathaniel Fairchild and Elizabeth Munson (b. 1763), his wife (m. 1779);
 Samuel Hughes (Huse) and Sarah Goffe, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Munson; Samuel Goffe and Mercy Vickery, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goffe and Jemima Holden, his wife (m. 1749). 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Goffe and Hannah Griggs, his wife. 
 Nathaniel Fairchild, (1752-1836), served as private and sergeant in the New York militia. At the
 age of eighty he was placed on the pension roll in Clarence, N. Y., where he died. 
 John Munson was lieutenant colonel of Morris county, N. [p.225] J. militia at the battle of Long
 Island, and colonel of “Western Battalion,” 1777. His will was probated in 1788. 
 John Goffe, (1701-81), who had served in the early wars, acted as military instructor in the
 Revolution. He was born in Londonderry and died in Bedford, N. H. 
 Also No. 12319. 
 John Goffe, (1727-1813), volunteered, 1777, under Col. Daniel Moore and 1778 served in the
 Rhode Island campaign, in Capt. James Aiken's company of New Hampshire militia. 
 Also Nos. 2402, 7464. 
 Samuel Goffe, (1750-1842), was placed on the pension roll of Cortland county, N. Y., at the
 age of eighty-two for service of private in the New Hampshire Line. 

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 Mrs. Minnie Davison Whitehead.
 DAR ID Number: 18617 
 Born in Atlas, Michigan. 
 Wife of I. Wixom Whitehead. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison, Paul Davison, Sergt. Nathaniel Fairchild, Col. John Munson, Maj.
 John Goffe, Samuel Goffe and Col. John Goffe. 
 Daughter of DeWitt Clinton Davison and Elizabeth M. Fairchild, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Judge Norman Davison and Huldah Brown, his wife; Nathaniel Fairchild, Jr.,
 (b. 1795) and Harriet Hughes, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Paul Davison and Sally Gould, his wife; Nathaniel Fairchild and Elizabeth
 Munson (b. 1763), his wife (m. 1779). 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 See No. 18609. 
 Asa Davison, (1736-1831), served in the Northern expedition under Col. Benedict Arnold,
 1775. He was fife major in Capt. Nathaniel Webb's company, 1778, and served under different
 commands to the close of the war. He was born in Preston, Conn., and died in Grafton, N. Y. 
 Also Nos. 8541, 14515. 
 Paul Davison, (1765-1805), served as fifer, (1778-1781), in Capt. Nathaniel Webb's company
 of Connecticut militia. He was born in Ashford, Conn., and died in Seneca, N. Y. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19

 Miss Marianne Alexander Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 18666 
 Born in Jefferson, Missouri. 
 Descendant of Col. James Postell, of South Carolina. 
 Daughter of Dr. Alexander Caldwell Davison and Sarah Caroline Pelot Eppes, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Charles Moore Pelot and Margaret Ann Ford, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Charles Pelot and Mary Susan Postell, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Postell and Mary Moore, his wife. 
 James Postell, (1739-1824), served as colonel in the partisan warfare of South Carolina under
 Gen. Francis Marion. He bore scars through life of wounds received in battle. His brothers
 William and John served also as officers. 
 Also Nos. 5639, 17639. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20
 page 147

 Mrs. Eugenia Davison Barnard.
 DAR ID Number: 19397 
 Born in Honeoye Falls, New York. 
 Wife of Henry Barnard. 
 Descendant of Brig. Gen. Joseph Badger, of New Hampshire. 
 Daughter of Christopher Columbus Davison and Mary Eliza Badger, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Rev. Joseph Badger and Eliza Sterling, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Peaslie Badger and Lydia Kelley, his wife. 
 [p.147] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, his wife. 
 Joseph Badger, (1722-1803), was a member of the convention that ratified the State
 Constituion. He served as muster master and was appointed brigadier general of New
 Hampshire militia, 1780. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Gilmanton, N. H. 
 Also Nos. 3811, 10024, 17334, 18030. 

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 Miss Grace Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 20000 
 Born in Hartwick, New York. 
 Descendant of William Matthewson and of Sergt. John Clinton, of New York. 
 Daughter of Charles H. Davison and Ella Clinton, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William M. Clinton and Elma Leonard, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Clinton and Mary Matthewson, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clinton and Mary Scribner, his wife; William Matthewson and
 Tabitha Chaffee, his wife. 
 William Matthewson, (1745-1834), was placed on the pension roll of Broome Co., N. Y., for
 service of private in the Rhode Island militia. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Broome
 Co., N. Y. 
 John Clinton, (1752-1832), served as sergeant in the New York Levies under Col. Marinus
 Willet, raised for the defense of the State. He was born in Fairfield, Conn.; died in Otsego Co.,
 N. Y. 
 Also No. 15864. 

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 Mrs. Anna Estelle Barnard Porter.
 DAR ID Number: 22315 
 Born in Rochester, New York. 
 Wife of Joseph H. Porter. 
 Descendant of Brig. Gen. Joseph Badger. 
 Daughter of Henry Barnard and Eugenia Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Christopher C. Davison and Mary Eliza Badger, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Eliza M. Sterling, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Peaslie Badger and Lydia Kelley, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Badger and Hannah Pearson, his wife. 
 Joseph Badger, (1722-1803), served as muster master and as brigadier general of New
 Hampshire militia. 
 Also Nos. 3811, 10024, 17334, 18030, 19397, 21532. 

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 Mrs. Mary Morrow Borden Harris.
 DAR ID Number: 23556 
 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 Wife of Frank S. Harris. 
 Descendant of William (Hazelton) Borden. 
 Daughter of John Borden and Elizabeth Notson, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of John Allen Borden and Sarah Armstrong Davison, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of William (Hazelton) Borden and Lucia Reynolds, his wife. 
 William (Hazelton) Borden, (1759-1834), served as private in the Monmouth county, New
 Jersey, militia. 

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 Mrs. Caroline H. Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 23695 
 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 Descendant of Capt. John Ashmead, of Pennsylvania. 
 Daughter of William A. Husband and Estelle Laussat Crosky, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Alfred Crosky and Elizabeth Stull, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of George Duncan Crosky (1778-1829), and Elizabeth Ashmead
 (1788-1852), his wife, m. 1808. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ashmead and Mary Mifflin, his wife, m. 1761. 
 John Ashmead, (1738-1818), commanded the armed ship. “Eagle,” 1779, and the “Molly,”
 1781. He was captured at sea and was confined in Dartmoor prison. He was born in
 Philadelphia, where he died. 
 Also Nos. 1042, 21791. 

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 Mrs. Minnie Davison Wilcox.
 DAR ID Number: 23796 
 Born in Clayton, Illinois. 
 Wife of Dr. Frederick W. Wilcox. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison. 
 Daughter of Daniel H. Davison and Louisa Ann Bly, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Daniel P. M. Davidson and Malinda Maxson, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Deidemia Smith, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 Asa Davison, (1736-1831), served in the northern expedition, 1775; was fife-major in Capt.
 Nathaniel Webb's company, 1778, and served under different commands in the Connecticut
 Line to the close of the war. He was born in Preston, Conn.; died in Grafton, N. Y. 
 Ezra Davison, (1765-1834), enlisted at sixteen and served as matross in Capt. Benjamin
 Durkee's company. He was [p.280] placed on the pension roll of Rennselaer Co., N. Y., 1831,
 for service of private in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Nova Scotia; died in Grafton,  
 N. Y. 
 Also Nos. 8541, 14515, 18617. 

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 Mrs. Frances Davison Dunn.
 DAR ID Number: 24356 
 Born in Canton, Illinois. 
 Wife of William R. Dunn. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison. 
 [p.128] Daughter of Ezra Darwin Davison and Electa Susan Fairchild, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Dr. Asa Lee Davison and Lydia Lewis, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Davidama Smith, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Price, his wife. 
 Asa Davison, (1736-1831), served several enlistments as a private in the Connecticut Line. He
 was born in Preston, Conn.; died in Grafton, N. Y. 
 Ezra Davison, (1765-1834), enlisted at sixteen and was placed on the pension roll of
 Rennesalaer Co., N. Y., 1831, for service of private in the Connecticut militia. He died in
 Grafton, N. Y. 
 Also Nos. 8541, 14515, 18617, 23796. 

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 page 169

 Mrs. Marion Claflin Reton.
 DAR ID Number: 24469 
 Born in Summit, Wisconsin. 
 Wife of Niels E. Reton. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Metcalf, Israel Alden and Abner Claflin. 
 Daughter of Gilbert Claflin and Esther Colby (b. 1830), his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Joshua Claflin (b. 1798) and Achsah Maria Kibbe, his wife; James Colby (b.
 1798) and Abigail Metcalf, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Claflin and Lucy Alden (b. 1772), his wife; James Colby (b. 1771)
 and — Brown, his wife; Samuel Metcalf and Eunice Brown, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abner Claflin and Hannah Rockwood, his wife; Israel Alden and
 Thankful Markham, his wife; Samuel Metcalf and Hannah Rochardson, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Claflin and Mary Davison, his wife. 
 Samuel Metcalf, (1739-85), turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Crawford's
 company, Col. Jonathan Warner's regiment. He was born in Worcester County, Mass., where
 he died. 
 Also No. 14205. 
 [p.169] Israel Alden served in the Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia in the Burgoyne
 campaign. He was born in Stafford, Conn., 1747. 
 Abner Claflin, (1738-91), marched on the alarm, 1777, to guard Hessian prisoners. He was
 born in Dudley; died in Tryingham, Mass. 

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 Mrs. Flora Lincoln Comstock.
 DAR ID Number: 27069 
 Born in Baltimore, Maryland. 
 Wife of Charles Bulkley Comstock. 
 Descendant of Corp. Seth Lincoln, Jr., and of Deacon Thomas Davison. 
 Daughter of William Rennsselaer Lincoln and Elizabeth Patrick, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Ivers Lincoln and Sally Bridges, his wife; Samuel Patrick, Jr., and Abigail
 Bailey, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Lincoln, Jr., and Jemima Miller, his wife; 
 [p.27] Samuel Patrick and Sarah Davison (b. 1766), his wife; Benjamin 
 Bailey and Lucinda Carter, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Davison and Anna Wright (1735-1823), his wife, m. 1757;
 Josiah Bailey, Jr., and Sarah Carter, his wife. 
 Seth Lincoln, Jr., (1754-1826), served as corporal at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Reuben
 Read's company, Col. Jonathan Warner's regiment. He was born in Warren, Mass., where he
 died. 
 Also No. 20407. 
 Thomas Davison, (1727-1813), served on the Committee of Safety, 1778, of Jaffrey. He was
 born in Ireland and emigrated to Peterboro; located in Jaffrey, N. H., where he died. 
                            

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 Mrs. Miriam Dike Boocock.
 DAR ID Number: 28811 
 Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
 Wife of Murray Boocock. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Thomas Dike, of Connecticut; Elias Thomas, of Vermont and New York. 
 Daughter of Camden Crosby Dike and Jennie Dean Scott, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Allyn V. Dike and Phoebe Ann Prince, his wife; David Scott and Maria
 Stanton, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Dike and Alice Ballard, his wife; Gen. Phineas Stanton and Polly
 Thomas, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Dike and Dorothy Davison, his wife; Elias Thomas and Sylvia
 Thompson, his wife. 
 Thomas Dike, (1744-1805), served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Green's
 company, Col. Ebenezer Williams' regiment. He was born in Thompson. Conn., where he died. 
 Elias Thomas, (1747-1820), served as a scout and at various alarms in the Vermont militia. He
 was born in Woodstock, Vt.; died in Wyoming, N. Y. 
 Also No. 24791. 

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 Mrs. Harriet Davison Macartney.
 DAR ID Number: 31106 
 Born in Dudley, Massachusetts. 
 Wife of R. Freeman Macartney. 
 Descendant of Major William Larned, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Ralph U. Davison and Cordelia W. Larned, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Morris Larned (b. 1786) and Elizabeth Eaton, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Larned (1762-1848) and Hannah Morris, his wife, m. 1785. 
 [p.39] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Larned and Elizabeth (Davis) Mayo, his wife, m. 1754. 
 William Larned, (1725-1806), served as major 1776 in Col. Jonathan Holman's regiment and
 was obliged to resign 1778 on account of poor eyesight. He was born in Killingly, Mass., where
 he died. His son Thomas was a soldier and being very tall, belonged to the conspicuous
 company called the “Lafayette Guards.” 
 Also No. 1069. 

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 Mrs. Mary C. Powell Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 31587 
 Born in Cabell county, Virginia. 
 Wife of Alexander Macdonald Davison. 
 Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Leven Powell, of Virginia. 
 Daughter of Thomas W. Powell and Clarrissa Chesley, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William Harrison Powell and Sarah Green, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Leven Powell and Sarah Harrison, his wife. 
 Leven Powell, (1737-1810), served as lieutenant colonel of Grayson's Continental regiment. The
 hardships of Valley Forge enfeebled his health and unfitted him for further active duty. He was
 born in Virginia; died in Bedford Springs, Pa. 
 Also Nos. 1070, 2380, 3164, 5417, 12455, 13839, 16793, 17645, 21498, 23707, 26913,
 29883. 

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 Mrs. Rose Ostrom Van Patten.
 DAR ID Number: 34027 
 Born in Wheatland, California. 
 Wife of W. M. Van Patten. 
 [p.11] Descendant of Capt. Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom, Capt. Joseph Hagaman and
 Hugh Kirkpatrick. 
 Daughter of Daniel Augustus Ostrom and Polly Anne Kirkpatrick, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Daniel Yelverton Ostrom and Mary Davison, his wife; Thomas Kirkpatrick
 (1803-96) and Malinda Bredon, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom and Sarah Hagaman, his wife; Hugh
 Kirkpatrick and Polly Gordon, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hagaman and Elisabeth Van Wagenen, his wife. 
 Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom, (1755-1837), commanded a company in the New York
 militia. He was born in Bellville, Canada; died in Montgomery Co., N. Y. 
 Joseph Hagaman, (1740-1817), was captain of Associated Exempts of New York militia. 
 Hugh Kirkpatrick served as a private in the Somerset County, New Jersey militia in Capt. Jacob
 Ten Eyck's company. 

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 Mrs. Myrtie Scudder Quaife.
 DAR ID Number: 34821 
 Born in Galesburg, Michigan. 
 Wife of Frank Nash Quaife. 
 Descendant of John Davison, of New York. 
 Daughter of Henry De Kalb Scudder and Frances Jones, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Philip Jones and Maranda Reed, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Arthur Jones and Frances Davison, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Davison and Elizabeth Fitchet, his wife. 
 John Davison, (1758-1834), served as a private in the New York militia. His tombstone at
 Pierstown, Otsego county, [p.287] states that he was a pensioner of the Second New York line.
 He was born in Dutchess county. 
 Also No. 7547. 

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 Mrs. Frances Louise Miller Burditt.
 DAR ID Number: 38203 
 Born in Hartwick, New York. 
 Wife of William Dean Burditt. 
 Descendant of Ebenezer Hartshorn, of Connecticut. 
 [p.77] Daughter of Rev. George H. Miller and Ann Elizabeth Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Clark Davison and Abby Tracy, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Tracy and Abigail Hartshorn (b. 1769), his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hartshorn and Abigail Barstow, his wife, m. 1764. 
 Ebenezer Hartshorn, (1742-1825), served as cornet in the regiment of Light Horse. He was
 born in Norwich; died in Franklin, Conn. 
 Also No. 30063. 

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 Mrs. Charlotte H. Mahrs Thompson.
 DAR ID Number: 39476 
 Born in Killingly, Connecticut. 
 Wife of Henry M. Thompson. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Weaver. 
 Daughter of John Mahrs and Eliza Parkhurst, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Ephraim Davison and Susan Davison, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Davison and Anna Weaver, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Weaver and Susannah Hammett, his wife, m. 1772. 
 Benjamin Weaver (1752-85), served as Sergt. in Captain Thomas Gorton's company, 1776, in
 the Rhode Island militia. 

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 Mrs. Lallie Mcdowell Davison Gates.
 DAR ID Number: 40340 
 Born in Springfield, Kentucky. 
 Wife of Charles D. Gates. 
 Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell. 
 Daughter of Edmund Lyne Davison and Annie McDowell Sullivant, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Michael Lucas Sullivant and Sarah McDowell, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph McDowell (war of 1812) and Sarah Irvin, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung, his wife. 
 [p.129] Samuel McDowell, (1735-1817), served in the House of Delegates and as colonel of
 Augusta county, Virginia militia. He was given a grant of land in Mercer county, Kentucky,
 where he was appointed Judge and where he died. 
 Also Nos. 645, 6404, 9384, 14873, 16130, 21087, 23848, 29208, 33323, 38728. 

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 Mrs. Clara J. Craft.
 DAR ID Number: 41063 
 Born in Elyria, Ohio. 
 Wife of Josephus Craft, M.D. 
 Descendant of Capt. Gideon Todd, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of Henry D. Hunniston and Miranda L. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Caleb Hunniston and Polly P. Todd, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Justus Lyman Todd and Elizabeth Penfield Goodsell, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Todd and Prudence Tuttle, his wife. 
 Gideon Todd, (1737-1817), served as ensign 1776, lieutenant 1778 and was appointed by the
 Assembly, captain of the 12th company, 2d regiment of militia. He was born and died in
 Hamden, Conn. 

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 Mrs. Annie Joslyn Phelps.
 DAR ID Number: 42101 
 Born in Waitsfield, Vermont. 
 Wife of Nelson D. Phelps. 
 Descendant of Joseph Joslyn and of Gaius Hitchcock. 
 Daughter of Cornelius Emerson Joslyn and Josette Dumas, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Hooker Joslyn and Lucia Davison, his wife; Julian Dumas and Relief
 Hitchcock, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Joslyn and Dorothy Osgood, his wife, m. 1775; Gaius Hitchcock
 and Sarah Wells, his wife. 
 Joseph Joslyn, (1753-1819), was a minute man who responded to the Lexington Alarm from
 Lancaster, Mass.; where he was born. He died in Weathersfield, Vt. 
 Gaius Hitchcock, (1764-1843), enlisted 1778 under Capt. John Bryant as a waiter, as he was
 too young for active duty. In 1781 he served under Capt. Oliver Shattuck in the Levies. In 1832
 he applied for a pension in Waitsfield, Vt., and it was allowed for over eight months' actual
 service as private, Mass. line. He was born in Springfield, Mass.; died in Waitsfield. 

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 Mrs. Frances Chase Lawson.
 DAR ID Number: 43060 
 Born in Independence, Iowa. 
 Wife of Judge John Davison Lawson, L.L.D. 
 Descendant of Dr. Alexander Campbell, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Dr. Henry Seymour Chase and Sarah Denison Haskell, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Dr. Jarvis Brown Chase and Rhoda Campbell, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Alexander Campbell and Rhoda Corey, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Alexander Campbell and Lydia Sterne, his wife. 
 Alexander Campbell, (1732-82), was a member of the Provincial Congress of Oxford, where
 he was born and died. 
 Also No. 35317. 

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 Miss Sarah Caroline Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 43066 
 Born in Jefferson City, Missouri. 
 Descendant of Col. James Postell, Col. John Smith, Hon. James Caldwell, Col. John Bull and
 John Halsted. 
 [p.25] Daughter of Alexander Caldwell Davison and Sarah Caroline Pelot, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William Armstrong Davison and Ann Caldwell, his wife; Charles Moore Pelot
 and Margaret Ann Ford, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of William Davison (1769-1822) and Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815), his
 wife, m. 1800; Charles Pelot and Mary Susan Postell, his wife; Alexander Caldwell and Eliza
 Halsted, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Caldwell and Elizabeth Alexander, his wife; James Postell and
 Susannah Perry, his wife; John Smith and Animus Bull (1760-1831), his wife; John Halsted and
 Aletta Willett Waters, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Postell (1717-82) and Mary Moore, his wife; John Bull and
 Mary Phillips, his wife. 
 James Postell, (1739-1824), served as colonel in the partisan warfare of South Carolina under
 Gen. Francis Marion. He bore scars through life of wounds received in battle. His brothers,
 William and John, served also as officers. 
 Also Nos. 5639, 17639, 39496. 
 John Smith, (1750-1836), was appointed county lieutenant of Frederick Co., Virginia militia
 1777. In 1832 he was placed on the pension roll as colonel of Virginia state troops. 
 Also Nos. 14759, 17640. 
 James Caldwell, (1724-1804), was Justice of the first county court of Ohio county, W. Va. He
 was born in Ireland; came to America in 1769, and died in Wheeling, W. Va. 
 Also Nos. 11424, 25232, 28795, 31970. 
 John Bull, (1730-1824), was colonel of Pennsylvania Associators 1776 and a member of the
 convention that framed the State Constitution. 
 Also Nos. 71, 1133, 2550, 3114, 9721, 16538, 18311. 
 John Halsted, (1729-1813), served under Montgomery in the Arnold Canadian Expedition
 1775 and was commissary for the army before Quebec. In 1790 he was granted land in New
 York for his service and 1801 Congress increased it for his losses in Canada. 

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 Mrs. Marguerite Peters Gifford.
 DAR ID Number: 43897 
 Born in Louisville, Kentucky. 
 Wife of Morris B. Gifford. 
 Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell and of Samuel McDowell, Jr. 
 Daughter of Simon Henry Peters and Margaret Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William Starling Davison and Lucy Todd Starling, his wife. 
 Gr.-granddaughter of William Starling and Mary McDowell, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell, Jr., and Anna Irvine, his wife. 
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung his wife. 
 Samuel McDowell, (1735-1817), served as colonel of the Augusta County, Va. militia and was
 a member of the House of Delegates. He was given a grant of land in Mercer Co., Ky., where
 he was appointed judge and where he died. 
 Also Nos. 8406, 23848, 29208, 33323, 38728, 40454, 42375. 
 Samuel McDowell, Jr., ran away at the age of seventeen, joined the company under his oldest
 brother, John, and was at the siege of Yorktown. He was born 1764 in Rockbridge Co., Va. 
 Also Nos. 7629, 20287. 

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 Mrs. Vera Marie Mammen Gray.
 DAR ID Number: 44890 
 Born in Minonk, Ill. 
 Wife of Charles W. Gray. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison. 
 Daughter of Ernest Mammen and Sarah M. Parks, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William A. Parks (1825-75) and Louisa M. Davison (1829-1902) his wife,
 m. 1846. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Daniel P. Davison (1804-44) and Malinda Maxon (1806-71) his wife, m.
 1823. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Deidamia Smith (1774-1853) his wife, m. 1789. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 Asa Davison (1736-1831) served in the northern expedition 1775, was fife major 1778 and
 served under different commands in the Connecticut line until the close of the war. He was born
 in Preston, Conn. 
 Ezra Davison (1765-1834) enlisted at sixteen and served as matross in Capt. Benjamin
 Durkee's company. He was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer Co., New York 1831 for
 service as private, Connecticut militia. He was born in Nova Scotia; died in Grafton, New York.

 Also Nos. 8541, 14515, 18617, 23796. 

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 Mrs. Cora Gates Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 46124 
 Born in Brownville, Nebr. 
 Wife of Andrew Robison Davison. 
 Descendant of Corp. William C. Bailey. 
 Daughter of Abbott Goddard Gates and Elizabeth J. Davis, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Jacob Gates and Elizabeth Bailey, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of William C. Bailey and Ann, his wife. 
 William C. Bailey (1754-1832) enlisted 1777 and served three years as private in Capt. John
 Allison's company, Col. George Gibson, Virginia militia; re-enlisted 1780 as corporal [p.57] and
 served in Capt. Shields' company, Col. Bossy's regiment. He applied for a pension 1820 from
 Miami County, Ohio, where he died. 

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 [p.395] Mrs. Emma Davison Nuckols.
 DAR ID Number: 47831 
 Born in Cambridge, Mo. 
 Wife of John Milton Nuckols, Jr. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith and of Lieut. Col. Leven Powell. 
 Daughter of Alexander McDonald Davison and Mary Catherine Powell, his 2nd wife. 
 Granddaughter of William Davison and Martha Maria Smith, his wife; Thomas W. Powell and
 Clarissa Chesley, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of John Smith and Anna Bull (1760-1831), his wife; William Harrison Powell
 and Sarah Green, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Leven Powell and Sarah Harrison, his wife. 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia 1776 and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of eightythree for
 service as colonel of State troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County,
 Va. 
 Also Nos. 14759, 17640. 
 Leven Powell (1737-1810) served as lieutenant colonel of Grayson's Continental regiment 1777
 and was ill after the exposure at Valley Forge 1778 and obliged to resign. He was born in
 Bedford Springs, Pa., where his tomb-stone is well preserved. 
 Also Nos. 1070, 2380, 3164, 5417, 12455, 13839, 16793, 17645. 

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 Mrs. Margaret Chesley Davison Obear.
 DAR ID Number: 47867 
 Born in Cambridge, Mo. 
 Wife of Frank Obear. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith and of Lieut. Col. Leven Powell. 
 Daughter of Alexander McDonald Davison and Mary Powell, his 2nd wife. 
 See No. 47831. 

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 Mrs. Helen Williams Davison Cleland.
 DAR ID Number: 49338 
 Born in New Britain, Conn. 
 Wife of Herdman F. Cleland. 
 Descendant of Thomas Taylor and of Lieut. Peter Davison. 
 Daughter of Edward H. Davison and Jennie Williams, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of George L. Davison and Lydia Crosby, his wife; C. Davis Williams and
 Florinda Preston, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Beriah Davison and Mary Utley, his wife; Amos Preston and Martha
 Taylor, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Davison and Abigail W. Davison, his wife; Thomas Taylor. 
 Thomas Taylor (1752-1815) enlisted, 1776, in Col. Comfort Sage's 3rd battalion, Wadsworth's
 brigade. He served in New York City and on Long Island, his brigade being sent to reinforce
 Washington. His company was caught in the retreat from New York and suffered severely. He
 was also in the battle of White Plains. He was born and died in Willington, Conn. 
 Also No. 7680. 
 Peter Davison (1739-1800) was appointed in 1775 ensign of the 10th company of train band,
 21st regiment of militia, under Col. John Douglass, in the campaign around New York, 1776. In
 1778 he was promoted to lieutenant in the same company. He was born and died in Brooklyn,
 Conn. 

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 Mrs. Nellie Elizabeth Beals Aldrich.
 DAR ID Number: 49564 
 Born in Greenfield, Mass. 
 Wife of Benjamin O. Aldrich. 
 Descendant of Jonathan Beals, Joseph Beals, and Ebenezer Porter, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Edward Brace Beals and Ella Augusta Frost, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Loren Beals and Sarah Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Beals, Jr., and Betsy Reed, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Beals and Lydia Loring Porter, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Porter and Lydia Loring, his wife. 
 Jonathan Beals (1730-1813) served (1776) as a private in Capt. Joseph Trufant's company,
 Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment. He was born in Pembroke; died in Bridgewater, Mass. 
 Joseph Beals (1752-1815) served at Hull under Capt. Seth Stowers, 1776, as private. 
 Ebenezer Porter (1731-1801) served as a minute man at the alarms, 1778. He was born and
 died in Abington, Mass. 

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 [p.160] Mrs. Nelle Edwards Moerschell.
 DAR ID Number: 50350 
 Born in Cole County, Mo. 
 Wife of Harry Moerschell. 
 Descendant of Edward Dixon and of Col. John Smith, of Virginia. 
 Daughter of John Warren Edwards and Eleanor C. Pedigo, his 2nd wife. 
 Granddaughter of Edward Livingston Edwards and Ann Ivy, Dixon, his wife; J. H. Pedigo and
 Eleanor Cornelia Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Warren Dixon and Elizabeth Moore, his wife; Edward J. Davison and
 Eleanor C. Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Dixon and Catherine Warren, his wife; William Davison and
 Martha M. Smith, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Smith and Anna Bull, his wife. 
 Edward Dixon (1753-1834), enlisted as private, 1777, in Capt. William Hoffler's company, first
 Virginia State regiment under Col. George Gibson. He was born in North Carolina; died in
 Virginia. 
 Also No. 40015. 
 John Smith (1750-1836), was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county
 lieutenant under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of
 eighty-three, for service as colonel of State troops. He was born in Middlesex Co.; died in
 Frederick Co., Va. 
 Also No. 17640. 

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 Mrs. Nellie Jessup Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 51255 
 Born in Todd Co., Ky. 
 Wife of W. S. Davision. 
 Descendant of Capt. Gabriel Long, Lieut. John S. Slaughter and James Edward Jessup. 
 Daughter of James E. Jessup and Lucy Slaughter Long, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Samuel Blackleach Jessup and Caroline Snyder, his wife; Thomas Long and
 Lucy Slaughter, his 2nd wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of James Edward Jessup and Ann O'Neill, his wife; John S. Slaughter and
 Susan Brown, his wife; Gabriel Long. 
 Gabriel Long, was captain of the 11th Virginia, 1776; resigned, 1779, and received a land grant
 for three years' service. When Lafayette visited America in 1825 he acted as his escort in
 Culpeper County, where, in 1827, he died. 
 Also No. 20362. 
 John S. Slaughter (1759-1830), served as ensign and lieutenant in the Virginia militia. 
 James Edward Jessup (1762-96), served in the revolution. He was born in Wilton, Conn.; died
 in Mason County, Ky. 
 Also No. 26047. 

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 Mrs. Lila Lewis Henning.
 DAR ID Number: 51879 
 Born in Louisville, Ky. 
 Wife of Charles Henning. 
 Descendant of Fielding Lewis, of Virginia. 
 [p.394] Daughter of John C. Lewis and Gazelle Lewis, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of George Washington Lewis and Sophia Allen, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Charles Lewis and Jane Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis, Jr., and Ann Alexander, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, his 2nd wife. 
 Fielding Lewis (1725-81), served on the Committee of Safety of Fredericksburg and was
 appointed to establish and equip a manufactory of small arms for the government and the site is
 still called “Gunny Green.” He was a generous patriot and distributed salt as well as gunpowder.
 He was born at Walnut Hall; died at Fredericksburg, Va. 
 Also No. 38045. 

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 Mrs. Caroline A. Mason Huntington.
 DAR ID Number: 52016 
 Born in Lowell, Mass. 
 Wife of George Huntington. 
 Descendant of Daniel Clark. 
 Daughter of Norman Mason and Caroline Betsey Weaver, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Caleb Weaver and Betsey Clark, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Clark and Lydia Davison, his wife. 
 Daniel Clark (1752-1854) served as a private in the 2nd company, Col. Samuel Wyllys'
 Connecticut regiment, 1775. He was born in Middletown, Conn.; died in Brooklyn, Vt. 

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 Mrs. Hilda Hale Crawford.
 DAR ID Number: 55687 
 Born in Liberty, Tenn. 
 Wife of T. J. Crawford. 
 Descendant of Fielding Lewis, of Virginia. 
 Daughter of William T. Hale and Lula Lewis, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of George W. Lewis and Sophia Allen, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Charles Lewis and Jane Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis, Jr., and Nancy Alexander, his wife. 
 [p.309] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Fielding Lewis and Bettie Washington, his wife. 
 Fielding Lewis (1725-81) served on the Committee of Safety of Fredericksburg and was
 appointed to establish and equip a manufactory of small arms for the government, and the site is
 still called “Gunny Green.” He was a generous patriot and distributed salt as well as gunpowder.
 He was born at Walnut Hall; died in Fredericksburg, Va. 
 Also Nos. 38045, 51879. 

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 Mrs. Helen Schramm Farrow.
 DAR ID Number: 55829 
 Born in Kingsville, Ohio. 
 Wife of H. L. Farrow. 
 Descendant of John Forgison. 
 Daughter of Watson S. Schramm and Harriet Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of George Davison and Olive Sprague, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of David Sprague and Barbara Forgison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Forgison and Mary Campbell, his wife. 
 John Forgison (1756-1841) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, 1833, for service as
 private, New York militia. He was born in Westchester County, N. Y.; died in Willoughby,
 Ohio. 

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 Mrs. Alice Palmer Kingsbury.
 DAR ID Number: 56319 
 Born in Hartford, Conn. 
 Wife of Arthur L. Kingsbury. 
 Descendant of Jeremiah Bingham, Corp. Vaniah Palmer, and Capt. Abner Robinson. 
 [p.111] Daughter of Louis C. Palmer and Ellen M. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of John Palmer and Charlotte Bingham, his wife; William Davison and Calista
 Bingham, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Vaniah Palmer and Cynthia Fitch, his wife; Gamaliel Bingham and Elizabeth
 Robinson, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Bingham and Esther Palmer, his wife; Abner Robinson and
 Mehitabel Palmer, his wife. 
 Jeremiah Bingham (1748-1835) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Windsor County,
 Conn., for service as private, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Windham, Conn. 
 Also No. 42747. 
 Vaniah Palmer (1758-1829) served as corporal in Capt. Abner Robinson's company, Colonel
 McClellan's regiment, 1778-79, Tyler's Rhode Island brigade. He was born and died in
 Windham, Conn. 
 Abner Robinson (1738-1815) served as ensign, lieutenant, and captain, Connecticut Continental
 Line, 1775-81. He was born and died in Windham, Conn. 

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 Mrs. Carrie Edmunds Brown Sanders.
 DAR ID Number: 56369 
 Born in Dudley, Mass. 
 Wife of Thomas Sanders. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Thomas Dike, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of Jesse Tourtellotte Brown and Carrie Edmunds, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of David Brown and Lucy Tourtellotte, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Jesse Tourtellotte and Lois Dike, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Dike and Dorothy Davison, his wife. 
 Thomas Dike (1744-1805) served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Green's
 company, Col. Ebenezer Williams' regiment. He was born and died in Thompson, Conn. 
 Also Nos. 39473, 50201. 

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 [p.26] Mrs. Lelia Curtis Lewman.
 DAR ID Number: 57078 
 Born in Chickasaw County, Iowa. 
 Wife of Harry L. Lewman. 
 Descendant of Isaac Holman. 
 Daughter of Perry C. Curtis and Lavinia Holman, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Andrew M. Holman and Lavinia Boman, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Holman and Lillis Mitchell, his 2nd wife. 
 Isaac Holman (1757-1843) enlisted from Rowan County, N. C., as a private in Capt. Samuel
 Reed's company, under General Rutherford, and in 1780-81 served in Capt. Richard Grimes'
 company under General Davison. In 1834 he was placed on the pension roll of Clark County,
 Ind., where he died. He was born in Rowan County, N. C. 

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 Mrs. Carmel Mercedes Ostrom Thomas.
 DAR ID Number: 58645 
 Born in Alturas, Calif. 
 Wife of M. A. Thomas. 
 Descendant of Capt. Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom. 
 Daughter of Charles Monroe Ostrom and Ivy Douglas Hager, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Daniel Augustus Ostrom and Polly Ann Kirkpatrick, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Yelverton Ostrom and Margaret Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom and Sarah Hagerman, his wife. 
 Henry Anthony Yelverton Ostrom (1755-1837) commanded a company in the New York
 militia. He was born in Bellville, Canada; died in Montgomery County, N. Y. 
 Also No. 34027. 

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 Miss Edith C. Immich.
 DAR ID Number: 60216 
 Born in Meriden, Conn. 
 Descendant of Capt. Benoni Cutler, of Connecticut. 
 Daughter of Henry L. Immich and Adelaide Douglas, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of John Douglas and Sarah A. Cutler, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of William D. Cutler and Annie Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Cutler and Sally Hall, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-dranddaughter of Benoni Cutler and Laurana Leavens, his wife. 
 Benoni Cutler (1737-1807) responded to the Lexington Alarm from Killingly and served as
 lieutenant at the siege of Boston. He commanded a company under Col. Andrew Ward in the
 New York campaign and was at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He was born in Killingly,
 Conn.; died at Guildhall, Vt. 
 Also No. 10349. 

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 Mrs. Kate Field Grant.
 DAR ID Number: 60311 
 Born in Galesburg, Ill. 
 Wife of Edward Russell Grant. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Bingham. 
 Daughter of Loyal Case Field and Clara A. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Lumon Field and Abigail De Long, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Aaron De Long and Silva Bingham, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Bingham and Abigail Hawkes, his wife. 
 Jeremiah Bingham (1748-1842) was at Bennington and served in the commissary in the
 Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Norwich; died in Cornwall, Vt. 
 Also No. 11328. 

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 [p.99] Mrs. Harriet Baldwin Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 61278 
 Born in Middletown, Conn. 
 Wife of George W. Davison. 
 Descendant of Micah Sill. 
 Daughter of James Garretson Baldwin and Hannah Arnold Sill, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Henry Ward Sill and Sophia Matilda Arnold, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Sill and Clarissa Treadway, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Micah Sill and Auzubah Harvey, his wife. 
 Micah Sill (1751-86) turned out at the Lexington Alarm from Lyme, Conn., where he was born
 and died. 

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 Miss Mary Atwater Stevens.
 DAR ID Number: 61355 
 Born in New York, N. Y. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison and of Ezra Davison. 
 Daughter of Henry E. Stevens and Mary J. Davison, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Paul K. Davison and Abigail Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Ezra Davison and Diadamia Smith (1774-1853), his wife, m. 1789. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Asa Davison and Sarah Pride, his wife. 
 Asa Davison (1736-1831) served in the northern expedition, 1775, was fife-major, 1778, and
 served under different commands in the Connecticut Line until the close of the war. He was born
 in Preston, Conn. 
 Ezra Davison (1765-1834) enlisted at the age of sixteen and served as matross in Capt.
 Banjamin Durkee's company. He was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y.,
 1831, for service as private, Connecticut militia. He was born in Novia Scotia; died in Grafton,
 N. Y. 
 Also No. 44890. 

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 Mrs. Emma Tritle Garver Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 64203 
 Born in Lawrence, Kans. 
 Wife of Charles Davison, M. D. 
 Descendant of Capt. Peter Bell. 
 Daughter of Benamin F. Carver and Ann Maria Bell, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Frederick Bell and Susan Tritle, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Frederick Bell and Maria Emerick, his 2nd wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Bell and Elizabeth Leiter, his wife. 
 Peter Bell (1744-78) commanded a company of Washington County, Maryland militia, 1776,
 Stull's battalion; ordered to New Jersey to join Washington's army. He did not long survive the
 hardships of the campaign. He was born in Germany; died in Hagerstown, Md. 

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 Mrs. Inez M. Gruber Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 64470 
 Born in Passaic, N. Y. 
 Wife of Royden W. Davison. 
 Descendant of Capt. Michael Dayton. 
 Daughter of John Gruber and Mary A. Rice, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Anson Barnes Rice and Hannah Titus Dayton, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Henry Dayton and Lavina Culver, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Justus Dayton and Hannah Titus, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Michael Dayton and Mehitable Doolittle, his wife. 
 Michael Dayton (1722-77) served at the Peekskill Barracks under Capt. Jesse Curtis. He died
 of camp fever. 
 Also No. 24540. 

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 Mrs. Mary Curtis Trulock.
 DAR ID Number: 66140 
 Born in Iowa. 
 Wife of Casper Harry Trulock. 
 Descendant of Isaac Holman. 
 Daughter of Perry Commodore Curtis and Lavina Holman, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Andrew Michel Holman and Lavina Bowman, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Holman and Lillie Mitchel, his 2nd wife. 
 Isaac Holman (1757-1843) enlisted from Rowan County, N. C., as a private in Capt. Samuel
 Reed's company under General Rutherford, and in 1780-81 served in Capt. Richard Grimes'
 company under General Davison. In 1834 he was placed on the pension roll of Clark County,
 Ind., where he died. He was born in Rowan County, N. C. 
 Also No. 57078. 

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 [p.79] Mrs. Clara Webster Raynor.
 DAR ID Number: 67215 
 Born in Portsmouth, N. H. 
 Wife of Charles H. Raynor. 
 Descendant of Davison Dudley, of New Hampshire. 
 Daughter of John Webster (1821-74) and Sarah Barker Perry (1824-52), his wife, m. 1843. 
 Granddaughter of Davison Webster (1779-1829) and Lucy Chesley Drew (1786-1869), his
 wife, m. 1801. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Waldron Webster (d. 1801) and Anna Dudley (b. 1760), his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Davison Dudley and Anna Ladd, his wife. 
 Davison Dudley (1709-87) signed the Association Test, 1776, at Brentwood, N. H., where he
 was born and died. 

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 Mrs. Anna Davison De Camp.
 DAR ID Number: 67305 
 Born in Bath, N. Y. 
 Wife of Frank Northway De Camp. 
 Descendant of Benjamin Watrous. 
 Daughter of Moses Davison and Eva Hall, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Alexander Hall and Eliza M. Watrous, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Watrous and Margaret de La Barr, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Watrous and Elizabeth Lester, his wife. 
 Benjamin Watrous (1762-1843) was placed on the pension roll, 1818, of Ontario County, N.
 Y., for service as private, 1778, in Capt. Jonathan Meigs' company, 6th regiment, Connecticut
 Line. He was born in Connecticut; died in Pultney, Vt. 

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 Mrs. Dora Pope Worden.
 DAR ID Number: 67723 
 Born in Waushara County, Wis. 
 Wife of Rev. Sylvanus A. Worden. 
 Descendant of Capt. Gershom Pope, Jonathan Hayward and Job Bristol. 
 Daughter of John Laurentine Pope (1832-1908) and Kate M. Bristol (1832-84), his 2nd wife,
 m. 1857. 
 Granddaughter of Sidney Pope (1809-84) and Malissa Howard (1810-99), his wife, m. 1830;
 Ira S. Bristol (1809-85) and Nancy Henrietta Brown (1812-84), his wife, m. 1831. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Gates Pope (1778-1840) and Betsey Brooks (1777-1842), his wife, m.
 1796; Zephaniah Howard (Hayward) (1788-1847) and Olive Smith (1787-1860), his wife;
 James Bristol (d. 1827) and Sarah D. Munger (1780-1850), his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Gershom Pope and Hannah Smith (1742-1830), his wife, m. 1762;
 Jonathan Hayward and Lydia Davison (b. 1755), his wife, m. 1775; Job Bristol and Hannah —,
 his 2nd wife, m. 1772. 
 Gershom Pope (1743-1810) served in the northern army under Arnold and Gates and rose to
 the rank of captain. He was born in Sandwich, Mass.; removed to Vermont, 1779. He died in
 Burlington, N. Y. 
 Jonathan Hayward served, 1775, in Capt. John Work's 9th company, 5th Connecticut regiment.
 He was born, 1755, in Ashford, Conn.; died after 1795. 
 [p.255] Job Bristol served as private in Lieut. Abner Hurd's company from Sandgate, Vt. He
 was born, 1744, in Newton, Conn.; died after 1809, in Genesee County, N. Y. 

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 Mrs. Marguerite Kent Botsford Blakeley.
 DAR ID Number: 68352 
 Born in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
 Wife of William A. Blakeley. 
 Descendant of William Dunn, of Pennsylvania. 
 Daughter of Edward Pottle Botsford (b. 1860) and Frances Davison Maple (b. 1866), his wife,
 m. 1888. 
 Granddaughter of John Edward Botsford (1832-88) and Esther Rebecca Dunn (b. 1839), his
 wife, m. 1856. 
 Gr-granddaughter of James Dunn (1800-74) and Maria Thompson (1802-65), his wife, m.
 1824. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Alexander Dunn (b. 1770) and Mary McFadden (b. 1775), his wife, m.
 1799. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel McFadden (b. 1750) and Rebecca Dunn (b. 1767), his wife,
 m. 1784. 
 Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Dunn and Sallie McKinnestry, his wife. 
 [p.130] William Dunn (1747-1806) was a member of the Committee of Safety and served in the
 militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Clinton County, Pa. 
 Also Nos. 20681, 36476. 

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 Mrs. Jessie Davison Leask.
 DAR ID Number: 68901 
 Born in Jefferson, Iowa. 
 Wife of Peter Alfred Leask. 
 Descendant of Zaccheus Scribner, William Matthewson, John Clinton, and John Clinton, Jr. 
 Daughter of Charles H. Davison and Ella Clinton, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of William Mathewson Clinton and Elma Leonard, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Joel Clinton and Mary Mathewson, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Clinton, Jr., and Mary Scribner, his wife; William Mathewson and
 Tabitha Chafee, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Zaccheus Scribner and Mary —, his wife; John Clinton and Elizabeth
 Beecher, his wife. 
 Zaccheus Scribner (1720-1803) was a patriot and member of the Committee of Safety, 1776.
 He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Ballston, N. Y. 
 William Matthewson (1754-1834) enlisted from Providence County in Captain Olney's
 company, Col. John Waterman's regiment. He received a pension for nine months' service. He
 was born in Providence County, R. I.; died in Broome County, N. Y. 
 [p.323] John Clinton (1721-85) signed a protest, 1776, against members of the Committee of
 Safety of Ballston, as he thought them unfit to have his trust. He was born in New Haven, Conn.;
 died in Ballston, N. Y. 
 John Clinton, Jr. (1752-1832), enlisted, 1779, in Colonel Willett's regiment. He was born in
 Fairfield, Conn.; died in Otsego County, N. Y. 
 Also No. 64389. 

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 [p.71] Mrs. Cora Hoagland Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 69191 
 Born in Castile, N. Y. 
 Wife of W. G. Davison. 
 Descendant of Derrick Hoagland. 
 Daughter of John N. Hoagland and Mary Cumming, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of Derrick P. Hoagland and Sarah Van Liew, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Peter Montross Hoagland and Engeltie Storm, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Derrick Hoagland and Molly Montross, his wife. 
 Derrick Hoagland served in the Revolutionary War in Captain Brower's company, Colonel
 Brinkeroff's regiment, New York State troops. He was born, 1743, in Wolver Hollow, N. Y. 
 Also No. 45733. 

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 Miss Mary Eltinge Baker.
 DAR ID Number: 70447 
 Born in Warren County, Va. 
 Descendant of Col. John Bull, Col. John Smith, Rev. Christian Streit, and Lieut. Isaac Hite. 
 Daughter of Robert M. Baker (1834-84) and Louise Fontaine Davison (b. 1839), his wife, m.
 1862. 
 Granddaughter of Jacob Baker (b. 1789) and Catherin Bush Streit (b. 1794), his wife; John
 Smith Bull Davison (1802-74) and Mary Eltinge Hite (b. 1808), his wife, m. 1826. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Christian Streit and Susan Barr (1769-1836), his wife, m. 1789; William
 Davison (1769-1822) and Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815), his wife, m. 1800; Isaac Hite and
 Ann Tunstall Maury (1782-1851), his 2nd wife, m. 1803. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Smith and Animus Bull (1760-1831), his wife, m. 1781. 
 [p.163] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Bull and Mary Philipps (1731-1811), his wife, m.
 1752. 
 John Bull (1731-1824) was colonel of Pennsylvania Associators, 1776, and a member of the
 convention that framed the State Constitution. 
 Also No. 43066. 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll for service as colonel of State
 troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 17640. 
 Isaac Hite (1758-1836) served as ensign in the 8th Virginia regiment, 1782, and subsequently as
 lieutenant in the same year. He was born in Frederick County; died in Virginia. 
 Christian Streit (1749-1812) was chaplain of the 8th Virginia regiment, in Col. Abraham
 Bowman's regiment, General Muhlenburg's brigade. He was born in New Jersey; died in
 Worchester, Va. 

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 [p.102] Mrs. Josephine P. Mitchell Van Syckel.
 DAR ID Number: 71279 
 Born in Troy, Pa. 
 Wife of Robert E. Van Syckel. 
 Descendant of Justus Dartt, Daniel Pomeroy, Jonathan Powers, Sergt. Samuel Bixby, Thomas
 Keeney, Ebenezer Kingsbury, and Phineas Bennett. 
 Daughter of Benjamin Bentley Mitchell (1839-1904) and Ellen E. Pomeroy (b. 1844), his wife,
 m. 1865. 
 Granddaughter of Richard Mitchell, Jr. (1801-78), and Harriett M. Dartt (1809-81), his wife,
 m. 1829; Samuel White Pomeroy (1821-97) and Amanda Malvina Davison (1820-1905), his
 wife, m. 1843. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Richard Mitchell (1761-1841) and Ruby Keeney (b. 1771), his wife, m.
 1792; Isaac Newton Pomeroy (1791-1861) and Anna Olmstead Kingsbury (1792-1831), his
 wife, m. 1813; Edward Davison, Jr. (1786-1856), and Olive Bennett (1798-1867), his wife, m.
 1819; Justus Dartt, Jr. (1780-1865), and Polly Sperry (1772-1819), his wife, m. 1802. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Eleazer Pomeroy (1752-1811) and Priscilla Kingsbury (1756-1841),
 his wife, m. 1785; Justus Dartt and Hannah Gleason (1758-1844), his wife, m. 1779; Edward
 Davison and Sibyl Bixby (b. 1766), his wife, m. 1786; Thomas Keeney and Mercy Lamb
 (1748-1839), his wife; Phineas Bennett and Rachel Grover (1760-1829), his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Pomeroy and Maria Kibbs or Kibbe (1716-93), his wife, m.
 1749; Samuel Bixby and Hannah Powers (b. 1739), his wife, m. 1762; Ebenezer Kingsbury and
 Priscilla — (1720-1805), his wife, m. 1743. 
 Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Powers and Hannah Sawyer, his wife, m. 1724. 
 Justus Dartt (1757-1838) was placed on the pension roll of Tioga County, Pa., 1833, for
 service as private and musician, New Hampshire militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in
 East Charleston, Pa. 
 Daniel Pomeroy (1728-85) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Elias Bell's company
 and, 1776, served in Capt. James Clark's company, Colonel Sage's regiment. He was born in
 Colchester; died in Coventry, Conn. 
 Jonathan Powers (1704-75) who had served in the French war responded to the first call for
 troops in the Revolution. He was born in Littleton; died in Lancaster, Mass. 
 Samuel Bixby (1740-1825) served as sergeant in the Vermont militia, 1777. He was born in
 Guilford, Vt.; died in Bainbridge, N. Y. 
 See No. 44858. 
 Thomas Keeney (1751-1840) was placed on the pension roll of Onondaga County, N. Y., for
 three years' actual service as private. [p.103] Connecticut militia. He was born in Hartford,
 Conn.; died in Tioga, Pa., and is buried in Chemung, N. Y. 
 Also Nos. 19418, 64995. 
 Ebenezer Kingsbury (1716-1800) was a member of the Assembly from Coventry, Conn.,
 where he was born and died. 
 Also No. 63802. 
 Phineas Bennett (1756-1823) served as private in Capt. Nathaniel Seeley's company, Col.
 Samuel Herrick's regiment, Vermont militia, 1780, and, 1781, marched on the Castleton Alarm
 under Col. Ebenezer Walbridge. He was born in Pownal, Vt.; died in Bennettsville, N. Y. 

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 Mrs. Isabella Davison Dailey.
 DAR ID Number: 71533 
 Born in Somerset, Mich. 
 Wife of Thomas A. Dailey. 
 Descendant of Elijah Kinney. 
 [p.190] Daughter of Joshua Davison (1816-89) and Matilda E. Feagles (b. 1821), his wife, m.
 1839. 
 Granddaughter of John D. Feagles (b. 1790) and Elizabeth Denton (1792-1872), his wife, m.
 1811. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Reuben Denton (1770-1814) and Hannah Kinney (1773-1847), his wife,
 m. 1790. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elijah Kinney and Jerusha Barton (b. 1743), his wife, m. 1765. 
 Elijah Kinney (1743-1830) served as corporal in Capt. Rufus Herrick's company, 4th regiment,
 Col. James Holmes, New York troops. He was born in Ireland; died in New York. 
 Also No. 53268. 

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 Mrs. Jean C. Carter Burruss.
 DAR ID Number: 72788 
 Born in Markham, Va. 
 Wife of R. Roland Burruss. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith and of Col. John Bull. 
 Daughter of George W. Carter (b. 1857) and Nannie Davison Turner (b. 1856), his wife, m.
 1879. 
 Granddaughter of Robert Henry Turner (1827-1902) and Anna Maria Davison (1827-98), his
 wife, m. 1849. 
 Gr-granddaughter of John Smith Bull Davison (1802-74) and Mary Eltinge Hite (1808-66), his
 wife, m. 1826. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Davison (1769-1822) and Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815)
 his wife, m. 1800. 
 [p.281] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Smith and Animus Bull (1760-1831), his wife, m.
 1781. 
 See No. 72310. 
 Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Bull and Mary Phillipps (1736-1811), his wife, m. 1752. 
 John Bull (1732-1824) was colonel of the Pennsylvania Associators, 1776, and a member of the
 convention that framed the State constitution, 1777; served on the war board. He was born in
 Providence township, Pa.; died in Philadelphia. 
 Also Nos. 16538, 19311, 43066, 44896. 

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 Mrs. Cornelia Carr Jones Watts.
 DAR ID Number: 74249 
 Born in Martinsville, Va. 
 Wife of H. Morton Watts. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith. 
 Daughter of Benjamin Tazewell Jones and Sallie Louis Pedigo, his wife. 
 Granddaughter of John Hardin Pedigo and Eleanor C. Davison, his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Edward J. Davison and Eleanor C. —, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Davison and Martha M. Smith, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Smith and Animus Bull, his wife. 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of 83, for service as
 colonel of State troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 72310. 

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 [p.358] Mrs. Cecilia Eloise Dailey Aughe.
 DAR ID Number: 75951 
 Born in Jackson, Mich. 
 Wife of Charles S. Aughe. 
 Descendant of Corp. Elijah Kinney. 
 Daughter of Thomas A. Dailey (b. 1852) and Isabella Davison (b. 1856), his wife, m. 1882. 
 Granddaughter of Joshua Davison (1816-89) and Matilda E. Feagles (b. 1821), his wife, m.
 1839. 
 Gr-granddaughter of John D. Feagles (b. 1790) and Elizabeth Denton (1792-1872), his wife, m.
 1811. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Reuben Denton (1770-1814) and Hannah Kinney (1773-1847), his
 wife, m. 1790. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Elijah Kinney and Jerusha Barton (b. 1743), his wife, m. 1765. 
 Elijah Kinney (1743-1830) served as corporal in Capt. Rufus Herrick's company, Col. James
 Holmes' 4th New York regiment. He was born in Ireland; died in Ovid, N. Y. 
 Also No. 71533. 

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 Mrs. Willie Curtis Foster.
 DAR ID Number: 76621 
 Born in Milford, Ill. 
 Wife of Warren D. Foster. 
 Descendant of Henry Curtis, of Connecticut. 
 [p.234] Daughter of William Bush Curtis (b. 1831) and Martha Floyd (b. 1842), his wife, m.
 1877. 
 Granddaughter of Samuel Curtis (b. 1794) and Mary Moore (1795-1891), his wife. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Henry Curtis and Elizabeth Davison, his wife. 
 Henry Curtis (1750-1833) served as a private in Capt. James Booth's company of guards, 4th
 regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Ashford, Conn. 

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 Mrs. Lilla Wade Trask.
 DAR ID Number: 76640 
 Born in Ludlow, Mass. 
 Wife of Charles R. Trask. 
 Descendant of Capt. John Crowl, Nathaniel Marshall, Joshua Claflin, Bildad Searle, Ephraim
 Allen, and Alexander McCoy. 
 Daughter of Cyrus Allen Wade (1831-1906) and Ancestra Marshall (b. 1834), his wife, m.
 1852. 
 Granddaughter of Jonathan Wade (1799-1886) and Cyrena Allen (1797-1880), his 2nd wife,
 m. 1827; Joseph Kidder Marshall (1802-73) and Lydia Spaulding (Marshall) (1803-39), his 1st
 wife, m. 1822. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Lloyd Wade (1765-1822) and Isabel Searle (1767-1843), his
 wife, m. 1791; Abner Allen (1767-1843) and Philadelphia Crowl (1772-1841), his wife, m.
 1793; Philip Marshall (1767-1822) and Lydia McCoy, [p.242] his wife (parents of Lydia);
 Nathaniel Marshall and Rhoda Kemp (1773-1849), his 3rd wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Crowl and Sarah (Claflin) Merriman (b. 1735), his wife, m. 1763;
 Bildad Searle and Mary Hannun, his wife, m. 1758; Ephraim Allen and Huldah Maynard (b.
 1733), his wife, m. 1757; Alexander McCoy and Lydia Spaulding (b. 1743), his wife. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Claflin and Mary D. Davison (b. 1693), his wife, m. 1728. 
 John Crowl commanded a company of minute men in Colonel Learned's regiment, which
 marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born, 1733, in Leicester, Mass. 
 Nathaniel Marshall (1752-1839) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. Jonathan Foster's company, Col.
 Nathaniel Wade's Massachusetts regiment, stationed at Middletown, R. I. He died in
 Springfield, Mass. 
 Joshua Claflin (1707-90) in 1777 served as a private in Capt. Jonathan Wades' company, Col.
 Ezra May's regiment, Massachusetts militia, which marched to Stillwater and Saratoga. He was
 born in Wenham, Mass. 
 Bildad Searle enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Elijah Clap's company, Col. John Dickenson's regiment,
 which marched on the Bennington Alarm. He was born, 1733, in Northampton; died in
 Southampton, Mass. 
 Ephraim Allen (1731-90) served as a private in Capt. Wing Spooner's company, Col. Nathan
 Sparhawk's regiment to reinforce General Stark. He was born in Westborough; died in
 Petersham, Mass. 
 Alexander McCoy (1744-1832) was a member of the first military company in Windham and
 signed the Association Test, 1776. He was born and died in Windham, Mass. 

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 Mrs. Ellen Pomeroy Mitchell.
 DAR ID Number: 76720 
 Born in Troy, Pa. 
 Wife of Capt. Benjamin B. Mitchell. 
 Descendant of Daniel Pomeroy. 
 Daughter of Samuel White Pomeroy (1821-97) and A. Malvina Davison (1820-1905), his wife,
 m. 1843. 
 Granddaughter of Isaac Newton Pomeroy (1791-1861) and Anna Kingsbury (d. 1831), his
 wife, m. 1813. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Eleaser Pomeroy (1752-1811) and Priscilla Kinsbury (1756-1841), his
 2nd wife, m. 1785. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Pomeroy and Naomi Kibbs (1726-93), his wife, m. 1749. 
 Daniel Pomeroy (1728-85) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Elias Bell's company for the relief of Boston.
 He was born in Colchester; died in Coventry, Conn. 

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 Mrs. Clara Groff Wight.
 DAR ID Number: 77135 
 Born in Baltimore County, Md. 
 Wife of Davison Wight. 
 Descendant of Lieut. John Davidson. 
 Daughter of Benjamin F. Groff (1834-95) and Elizabeth Denmead (1844-1907), his wife, m.
 1871. 
 See No. 77132. 

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 Miss Mary Alleen Davidson.
 DAR ID Number: 77184 
 Born in Ralls County, Mo. 
 Descendant of Capt. Thomas Helm and Ensign Benjamin Perkins. 
 Daughter of James Franklin Davison (b. 1840) and Mary Helm (b. 1850), his wife, m. 1881. 
 Granddaughter of John B. Helm (1797-1872) and Mary A. Crump (1812-88), his wife, m.
 1809. 
 Gr-granddaughter of John Helm (b. 1761) and Sara Brown, his wife, m. 1809; Harold Crump
 (d. 1816) and Sara Perkins, his wife. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Helm and Jane Pope, his wife; Benjamin Perkins and Mary
 Curd, his wife. 
 Thomas Helm (1731-1816) was lieutenant and Captain in Col. Thomas Marshall's 3rd Virginia
 regiment. He was born in Prince William County, Va.; died in Hardin County, Ky. 
 [p.69] Also Nos. 33827, 40449, 43057. 
 Benjamin Perkins (1736-1815) was placed on the pension roll of Garrard County, Ky., for
 services as ensign, 1780-81, 1st Virginia State regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in
 Garrard County, Ky. 

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 [p.280] Mrs. Bessie J. Clark DronÉT.
 DAR ID Number: 78764 
 Born in Portsmouth, N. H. 
 Wife of Henry Dronét. 
 Descendant of Jason Russell, of Massachusetts. 
 Daughter of Henry F. Clark (b. 1845) and Mary E. Davison (b. 1851), his wife, m. 1872. 
 Granddaughter of Jocl C. Clark (1806-92) and Betsy Russell (1821-89), his wife, m. 1843. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Hubbard Russell (b. 1781) and Polly Woods, his wife, m. 1809. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hubbert Russell (b. 1749) and Sarah Warren, his wife, m. 1774. 
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jason Russell and Elizabeth Winship (1721-86), his wife, m. 1739. 
 Jason Russell (1716-75) was a patriot, who was killed by the British on their retreat from
 Lexington. He was born in Cambridge; died in Arlington. 
 Also No. 27004. 

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 Miss Lizzie J. Stone.
 DAR ID Number: 79261 
 Born in Greenfield, Mass. 
 Descendant of Ambrose Stone, Roger Amidon, Captain Elias Pratt, Daniel Davison and Samuel
 Amidon. 
 Daughter of Solomon Amidon Stone (1829-74) and Almira Whitney (1832-1908), his wife, m.
 1850. 
 Granddaughter of Ambrose Stone, 3rd (1799-1866), and Lucy Amidon (1798-1872), his wife,
 m. 1825; Lorenzo D. Whitney (1808-72) and Lucy Caroline Jackson (1815-53), his wife, m.
 1831. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Ambrose Stone, Jr. (1769-1815), and Lydia Pratt (1771-1810), his 1st
 wife, m. 1792; Solomon Amidon (1778-1847) and Betsy Davison (1777-1861), his wife, m.
 1797; Asa Whitney (1781-1839) and Ruth Amidon (1777-1840), his wife, m. 1804. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ambrose Stone and Mary Everden, his wife, m. 1768; Elias Pratt and
 Lydia Hill (d. 1829), his wife, m. 1767; Roger Amidon and Elizabeth (Shepherd) Rider
 (1738-1819), his 1st wife, m. 1766; Daniel Davison and Martha Harrington (b. 1746), his 2nd
 wife, m. 1767; Samuel Amidon and Ruth Wood, his wife, m. 1768 (parents of Ruth). 
 Ambrose Stone (1743-1813) served as a private, 1778, under Capt. Reuben Sibley and Col.
 Josiah Whitney, and, 1780, under Capt. Ebenezer Humphrey and Col. Jacob Davis, Worcester
 County, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Wenham; died in Oxford, Mass. 
 Roger Amidon (1747-1825) served as a private on the Lexington Alarm in the company of
 Capt. Benjamin Wallis, Colonel Arnold's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Oxford,
 Mass.; died in Readsboro, Vt. 
 [p.98] Elias Pratt (1743-1816) served as a private on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John
 Town's company and, 1778, served as captain in the 5th Worcester County, Massachusetts
 regiment under Col. Jonathan Holman. He was born and died in Oxford, Mass. 
 Daniel Davison (1733-1828) served several enlistments as private, the first being on the
 Lexington Alarm, under Capt. Robert Oliver and Col. Samuel Williams. He was born in Nova
 Scotia; died in Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Samuel Amidon served on the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Samuel Read's company,
 and, 1778, was lieutenant in Capt. Caleb Whiting's company, Colonel Wood's 3rd Worcester
 County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born, 1742, in Oxford, Mass.; died in Readsboro, Vt.

 Also No. 76189. 

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 Mrs. Mary C. Wilson Bradley.
 DAR ID Number: 79290 
 Born in Silver Creek, N. Y. 
 Wife of Robert Bradley. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of James Wilson (1806-91) and Philena Davison (1814-68), his wife, m. 1830. 
 Granddaughter of Henry Davison (1768-1841) and Sarah Estey (1770-1850), his wife, m.
 1788. 
 See No. 79261. 

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 Miss Agnes B. Chapman.
 DAR ID Number: 79291 
 Born in Sheboygan Falls, Wis. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Alexander Chapman (b. 1835) and Betsey A. Huntley (1838-99), his wife, m.
 1854. 
 [p.110] Granddaughter of Charles Seth Huntley (1810-90) and Polly Davison (1812-73), his
 wife, m. 1828. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Henry Davison (1768-1840) and Sarah Estey (1770-1850), his wife, m.
 1788. 
 See No. 79261. 

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 Mrs. Mary Mead Clothier.
 DAR ID Number: 79292 
 Born in Chautauqua County, N. Y. 
 Wife of Fred B. Clothier. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Stephen L. Mead (1832-1913) and Margaret Wilson (1838-1913), his 2nd wife,
 m. 1868. 
 Granddaughter of James Wilson (1806-91) and Philena Davison (1814-68), his wife, m. 1831. 
 See No. 79261. 

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 Mrs. Sarah A. Chapman Hammond.
 DAR ID Number: 79293 
 Born in Sheboygan Falls, Wis. 
 Wife of Charles George Hammond. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Alexander Chapman (b. 1835) and Betsey Huntley (1838-99), his wife, m. 1854. 
 See No. 79291-79261. 

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 Mrs. Eleanor Mabelle Hammond Means.
 DAR ID Number: 79294 
 Born in Silver Creek, N. Y. 
 Wife of Hugh J. Means. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Charles George Hammond (b. 1858) and Sarah Annette Chapman (b. 1855), his
 wife, m. 1880. 
 See No. 79293-79261. 

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 Mrs. Anna P. Huntley Hills.
 DAR ID Number: 79295 
 Born in Silver Creek, N. Y. 
 Wife of Edward Hills. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Charles Seth Huntley (1810-90) and Polly Davison (b. 1812), his wife, m. 1828. 
 See No. 79291-79261. 

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 [p.111] Mrs. Jessie Mead Stebbins.
 DAR ID Number: 79296 
 Born in Chautauqua County, N. Y. 
 Wife of Schuyler C. Stebbins. 
 Descendant of Darius Mead and of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Stephen L. Mead (1832-1913) and Margaret Wilson (1838-1913), his 2nd wife,
 m. 1868. 
 See No. 79292. 
 Granddaughter of Philip Mead (1795-1861) and Mary Coover (1794-1883), his wife, m. 1816.

 Gr-granddaughter of Darius Mead, Jr. (1764-1813), and Annie Hoffman (1769-1827), his wife.

 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Darius Mead and Ruth Curtis (1734-94), his wife, m. 1750. 
 Darius Mead (1728-91) served as a private, 1781, in Capt. William Johnson's company, 10th
 battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia on a tour of duty. He was born in Connecticut;
 died in Pennsylvania. 
 Also No. 74963. 

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 Mrs. Philena Mead Williams.
 DAR ID Number: 79297 
 Born in Chautauqua County, N. Y. 
 Wife of Samuel P. Williams. 
 Descendant of Darius Mead and of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Stephen L. Mead (1832-1913) and Margaret Wilson (1838-1913). his 2nd wife,
 m. 1868. 
 See No. 79296. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 81

 Mrs. Bertha Myers Boruff.
 DAR ID Number: 80703 
 Born in North Manchester, Ind. 
 Wife of Ray R. Boruff. 
 Descendant of Jacob Hackleman. 
 Daughter of John N. Myers (b. 1852) and Pauline Hackleman (1857-79), his 1st wife, m. 1877.

 Granddaughter of Elijah Hackleman (1817-1901) and Margaret Davison (1821-83), his wife,
 m. 1844. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Hackleman (1775-1858) and Margaret Tyner (1778-1845), his
 wife, m. 1796. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Hackleman and Mary Osborn (1754-1824), his 1st wife, m.
 1773. 
 Jacob Hackleman (1752-1829) enlisted in the North Carolina Line and was wounded in the
 right arm. He hired a substitute to serve the rest of the time. He was born in Maryland; lived in
 Lincoln County, N. C., during the Revolution; died in Rush County, Ind. 

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 Mrs. Elizabeth Mills Chamberlain.
 DAR ID Number: 81386 
 Born in Johnson, Vt. 
 Wife of Rev. John Chamberlain, D. D. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davison. 
 Daughter of Minard G. Mills (1811-61) and Susan Emily Davison (1816-99), his wife, m. 1834.

 Granddaughter of Amory Davison (1799-1868) and Nancy Mills (1794-1862), his wife, m.
 1815. 
 Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Davison, Jr. (1764-1854), and Elizabeth Nelson (1769-1842), his
 wife, m. 1789. 
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Davison and Abigail Sumner, his 1st wife, m. 1759. 
 Daniel Davison (1738-1828) responded to the Lexington Alarm as private, in Capt. Robert
 Oliver's company, Col. Samuel Williams' regiment. He was born in Nova Scotia; died in
 Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Also No. 70261. 

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 Mrs. Abby E. Fletcher Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 83875 
 Born in Northbridge, Mass. 
 Wife of George Warren Davison. 
 Descendant of Lieut. James Fletcher, as follows: 
 1. Ephraim S. Fletcher (1803-68), m. 1828, Margaret A. Chapin (1808-97). 
 2. Samuel Fletcher (1779-1866), m. 1801, Lydia Spring (1780-1861). 
 3. James Fletcher, m. 1772, Margaret Wood. 
 James Fletcher (1747-1834) turned out from Northbridge at the Lexington Alarm as sergeant in
 Capt. Josiah Wood's company. He was promoted lieutenant, 1776, and served several
 enlistments during the war. He was born in Grafton; died in Northbridge, Mass. 
 Also No. 74161. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86

 Mrs. Martha Vergen Lavake.
 DAR ID Number: 85531 
 Born in Spottswood, N. J. 
 Wife of Myron Edgar LaVake. 
 Descendant of Hon. Stephen Ward, as follows: 
 1. George Davison Bergen (b. 1842), m. 1871, Emma Doty (b. 1840). 
 2. Samuel Hunt Doty (1818-56), m. 1839, Martha Boyd (1816-1903). 
 3. Peter Boyd (1789-1855), m. 1810, Hester Ward (1791-1874). 
 4. Isaac Ward (1748-1825), m. Martha Townsend (1755-1825). 
 5. John Ward, (1731-1806), m. Mary —. 
 6. Stephen Ward, m. Ruth Gedney (1730-1809). 
 Stephen Ward (1730-97) was a member of the Provincial Congress and of the Senate of New
 York. A price was set on his head in Westchester County and his residence and property were
 destroyed by the loyalists. He was born in Westchester; died in Eastchester County, N. Y. 
 Also No. 35545. 

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 Mrs. Mary E. Davison Taft.
 DAR ID Number: 88330 
 Born in Putnam, Conn. 
 Wife of Fred C. Taft. 
 Descendant of Lieut. David Buck, as follows: 
 1. Elisha Howe Davison (1822-87) m. 1856 Mary Olive Cutler (1831-1908). 
 2. Dan Cutler (1793-1880) m. 1815 Mary (Amy) Bussey (1794-1886). 
 3. Benjamin Cutler (1765-1841) m. 1784 Olive Buck (1763-1847). 
 4. David Buck m. Sarah Roberts. 
 David Buck (1738-1810) was lieutenant, 1778, in Captain Williams' company from the town of
 Killingly, Conn. 
 Also Nos. 48311, 57677. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 92

 Mrs. Rachel Wilcox Wrenn.
 DAR ID Number: 91327 
 Born in Minonk, Ill. 
 Wife of Robert Fifer Wrenn. 
 Descendant of Ezra Davison, Asa Davison, and George Augustus Rogers, as follows: 
 1. Frederick W. Wilcox (b. 1864) m. Minnie Davison (b. 1867). 
 2. Daniel H. Davison (b. 1826) m. Louisa Ann Bly (1829-1909); Edward A. Wilcox
 (1797-1851) m. 1827 Carrie Mathis (1832-76). 
 3. Daniel P. M. Davison (1804-46) m. Malinda Maxson; Levi Wilcox (1797-1851) m. 1827
 Nancy Rogers (1804-88). 
 4. Ezra Davison m. Diademia Smith; Alexander Rogers (1773-1845) m. Catherine Wallenber
 (1779-1851). 
 5. Asa Davison m. Sarah Corning Pride; George Augustus Rogers. 
 Ezra Davison (1765-1834) enlisted at the age of sixteen and served as matross in Capt.
 Benjamin Durkee's company. He was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y.,
 1831, for service as private, Connecticut militia. He was born in Nova Scotia; died in Grafton,
 N. Y. 
 Asa Davison (1736-1831) served in the northern expedition, 1775, was fife-major, 1778, and
 served under different commands in the Connecticut Line until the close of the war. He was born
 in Preston, Conn. 
 Also No. 61355. 
 George Augustus Rogers (1735-1828) served as private in the Revolution. He was born in
 Ireland; died in Pennsylvania. 
 Also No. 90067. 

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 Miss Cornelia Miller Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 91613 
 Born in Philadelphia, Pa. 
 Descendant of William Davison, as follows: 
 1. J. K. Davison m. Sarah Ferguson. 
 2. George W. Davison m. Rebecca Kerby. 
 3. William Davison m. Cathrine Holman. 
 William Davison (1758-1832) served as private in Captain Hankinson's company, 1st regiment,
 Monmouth County militia, New Jersey Line. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Upper
 Freehold, N. J. 

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 Mrs. Minerva J. Porter Davis.
 DAR ID Number: 92694 
 Born in Hampden County, Mass. 
 Wife of Charles P. Davis. 
 Descendant of Lieut. John Porter, as follows: 
 1. Harvey Porter (1799-1888) m. 1858 Jane Davison Blenus (b. 1820). 
 2. Elijah Porter (1772-1854) m. 1793 Lucy Eldridge (d. 1857). 
 3. John Porter m. 1771 Mary Bacon (d. 1844). 
 John Porter (1741-1834) served as lieutenant in Captain Thomas Stebbing's company, Col.
 John Moseley's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Mansfield, Conn.; died in Agawam,
 Mass. 

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 Mrs. Margaret Mason James.
 DAR ID Number: 93288 
 Born in Willsboro, N. Y. 
 Wife of George F. James. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Clark, as follows: 
 1. Robert Lew Preston Mason (b. 1865) m. 1891 Anne Bebb (b. 1867). 
 2. Norman Nelson Mason (b. 1837) m. 1864 Susan Eliza Holmes (1842-73). 
 3. Norman Mason (1803-43) m. Caroline Betsey Weaver (d. 1841). 
 4. Caleb Weaver (1778-1872) m. Betsey Clark (b. 1782). 
 5. Daniel Clark m. 1780 Lydia Davison (d. 1843). 
 [p.91] Daniel Clark (1752-1854) was pensioned for service as private and sergeant in 2nd
 company, Col. Samuel Wyllys' Connecticut regiment, 1775. He was born in Middletown,
 Conn.; died in Brooklyn, Vt. 
 Also No. 52016. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 94

 Mrs. Anna Mary Fletcher Rutledge.
 DAR ID Number: 93979 
 Born in Ellison, Ill. 
 Wife of Dr. Guy Davison Rutledge. 
 Descendant of Lieut. George Brent, as follows: 
 1. William Allen Fletcher (b. 1862) m. 1883 Miriam Brent (b. 1864). 
 See No. 93977. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95

 Mrs. Adeline Emerilla Maxon.
 DAR ID Number: 94670 
 Born in Grafton, N. Y. 
 Wife of Lorenzo Maxon. 
 Descendant of Ezra Davison and of Asa Davison, as follows: 
 1. Amos West (1795-1844) m. Lois Davison (1800-34). 
 2. Ezra Davison m. 1790 Diedamia Smith (1774-1853). 
 3. Asa Davison m. Sarah Pride (b. 1743). 
 Asa Davison (1736-1831) served in the northern expedition, 1775, was fife-major, 1778, and
 served under different commands in the Connecticut Line until the close of the war. He was born
 in Preston, Conn. 
 Ezra Davison (1765-1834) enlisted at the age of sixteen and served as matross in Capt.
 Benjamin Durkee's company. He was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y.,
 1831, for service as private, Connecticut militia. He was born in Novia Scotia; died in Grafton,
 N. Y. 
 Also No. 61355. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96

 Mrs. Sitka Parks Coolidge.
 DAR ID Number: 95446 
 Born in Clayton, Ill. 
 Wife of Edward F. Coolidge. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison, and of Ezra Davison, as follows: 
 1. William A. Parks (1825-75) m. 1845 Louisa M. Davison (1829-1902). 
 2. Daniel P. M. Davison (1804-44) m. 1823 Malinda Maxson (1806-71). 
 3. Ezra Davison m. 1790 Diedamia Smith (1774-1853). 
 4. Asa Davison m. Sarah Pride. 
 Asa Davison (1736-1824) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. Nathaniel Webb's company, 4th brigade,
 Connecticut troops, under Col. John Durkee. He was born in Preston, Conn. 
 Ezra Davison (1765-1834) was placed on the pension roll of Rensselaer County, N. Y., 1831,
 for service as private, Connecticut militia. He was born in Novia Scotia; died in Grafton, N. Y. 
 Also Nos. 44890, 61355. 

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 Mrs. Rachel Louisa Mammen Winship.
 DAR ID Number: 95447 
 Born in Bloomington, Ill. 
 Wife of Ross Winship. 
 Descendant of Asa Davison, and of Ezra Davison, as follows: 
 1. Ernest Mammen (b. 1855) m. 1878 Sarah M. Parks (b. 1856). 
 See No. 95446. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97

 Mrs. Virginia Clarke Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 96611 
 Born in Parkers City, Pa. 
 Wife of Seward S. Davison. 
 Descendant of James Clarke, as follows: 
 1. MacGill J. Clarke (b. 1833) m. 1868 Isabelle MacGew (b. 1846). 
 2. Matthew Clarke (1773-1859) m. 2nd 1826 Frances O'Terrell (1793-1887). 
 3. James Clarke m. 1772 Anne Nadenbough (1749-1835). 
 James Clarke (1750-1840) served as quartermaster under Captain Fox in the Virginia regiment.
 He was born in Maryland; died in Virginia. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98

 Mrs. Clara Haas Bent.
 DAR ID Number: 97043 
 Born in Terre Haute, Ind. 
 Wife of Walter S. Bent. 
 Descendant of Jacob Hackleman, as follows: 
 1. James Milo Haas (1845-99) m. 1871 Maria Hackleman (b. 1847). 
 2. Elijah Hackleman (1817-1900) m. 1841 Margaret Davison (1821-83). 
 3. Abraham Hackleman (1775-1858) m. 1796 Margaret Tyner (1778-1845). 
 4. Jacob Hackleman m. 1773 Mary Osborn (1754-1824). 
 Jacob Hackleman (1752-1829) enlisted in the North Carolina Line, and was wounded in the
 right arm. He hired John Grant to serve the rest of the time. He was born in Maryland; died in
 Rush County, Ind. 
 Also No. 73985. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99

 Mrs. Evelyn F. Tourtellotte Corner.
 DAR ID Number: 98214 
 Born in Putnam, Conn. 
 Wife of Walter H. Corner. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Thomas Dike, as follows: 
 1. Henry J. Tourtellotte (b. 1847) m. 1868 Sarah J. Smith (b. 1851). 
 2. William Hull Tourtellotte (1805-80) m. Azarney Cudworth (1805-85). 
 3. Jesse Tourtellotte m. Lois Dike (1784-1867). 
 4. Thomas Dike m. Dorothy Davison. 
 Thomas Dike (1744-1805) served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Green's
 company, Col. Ebenezer Williams' regiment. He was born and died in Thompson, Conn. 
 Also No. 56369. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99

 Mrs. Effie Huey Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 98366 
 Born in Brooklyn, Iowa. 
 Wife of Major Lorenzo Paul Davison, U. S. A. 
 Descendant of Robert Slemons, as follows: 
 1. Joseph Slemons Huey (1837-1910) m. 1869 Gertrude Parcell (1849-1908). 
 2. John Huey (b. 1793) m. Hesther Slemons (1804-87). 
 3. Robert Slemons m. 1780 Hannah Donnelly (d. 1824). 
 Robert Slemons (1754-1814) served as private in Capt. John Marshall's company, Col. Walter
 Stewart's regiment of Pennsylvania infantry. He was born in Antrim, Ireland; died in
 Westmoreland County, Pa. 
 Also No. 92782. 

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 Mrs. Lucille Lewis Bolton.
 DAR ID Number: 98790 
 Born in Louisville, Ky. 
 Wife of Frederick G. Bolton. 
 Descendant of Fielding Lewis, as follows: 
 1. John C. Lewis (b. 1843) m. 1870 Gazelle Gorman (b. 1849). 
 2. George Washington Lewis (1819-1908) m. 1842 Sophia Allen (1825-85). 
 3. Charles Lewis (1775-1829) m. 1815 Jane Davison (1780-1862). 
 4. Fielding Lewis, Jr. (1751-1803), m. 1772 Ann Alexander (1756-1809). 
 5. Fielding Lewis m. 1750 Betty Washington (1734-95). 
 Fielding Lewis (1725-81) served on the Committee of Safety of Fredericksburg and was
 appointed to establish and equip a manufactory [p.249] of small arms for the government, and
 the site is still called “Gunny Green.” He was a generous patriot and distributed salt as well as
 gunpowder. He was born at Walnut Hill; died in Fredericksburg, Va. 
 Also No. 91919. 

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 Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Lear Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 98960 
 Born in Paint Lick, Ky. 
 Wife of F. McKenzie Davison. 
 Descendant of Edmund Terrill, as follows: 
 1. Benjamin Mason Lear (b. 1840) m. 1882 Arthusa Bell Banton Terrill Odor (b. 1861). 
 See No. 98959. 

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 Miss Sally Jaquelin Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 99350 
 Born in Warren County, Va. 
 Descendant of Col. John Bull, Col. John Smith and Lieut. Isaac Hite, as follows: 
 1. John Smith Bull Davison (1802-74) m. 1876 Mary Eltinge Hite (b. 1808). 
 2. William Davison (1769-1822) m. 1800 Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815); Isaac Hite m.
 1803 Anne Tunstall Maury (1782-1852). 
 3. John Smith m. 1781 Animus Bull (1760-1832). 
 4. John Bull m. 1752 Mary Phillips (1731-1811). 
 See No. 99062. 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll for service as colonel of State
 troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Isaac Hite (1758-1836) served as ensign in the 8th Virginia regiment, 1782, and subsequently as
 lieutenant in the same year. He was born in Frederick County; died in Virginia. 
 Also No. 70447. 

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 [p.209] Mrs. Ida Florence Adams.
 DAR ID Number: 99673 
 Born in Mercer County, Ohio. 
 Wife of Thomas G. Adams. 
 Descendant of Daniel Townsend, as follows: 
 1. James Davison (b. 1815) m. 1844 Mary Crary (1823-93). 
 2. Willis Crary (1803-83) m. 1821 Almira Spencer (1805-63). 
 3. John Spencer (1777-1829) m. 1797 Huldah Townsend (1779-1854). 
 4. Daniel Townsend m. 1777 Millicent Benedict (1759-1835). 
 Daniel Townsend (1759-1815) served as fifer in Capt. Comf**** ington's company, Colonel
 Swartwout's New York regime**** died in Chatham, N. Y. 

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 Mrs. Mary Willey Davis Rephlo.
 DAR ID Number: 101356 
 Born in Cole County, Mo. 
 Wife of Joseph H. Rephlo. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith, as follows: 
 1. William Howard Davis (1845-93) m. 1873 Emma Davison (b. 1844). 
 2. William Armstrong Davison (1810-77) m. 1836 Ann Caldwell (1813-99). 
 3. William Davison (1769-1822) m. 1st 1800 Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815). 
 4. John Smith m. 1781 Annimus Bull (b. 1760). 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll for service as colonel of State
 troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 74249. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102

 Mrs. Caroline A. Densmore Olson.
 DAR ID Number: 101655 
 Born in Walworth County, Wis. 
 Wife of Henry Olson. 
 Descendant of Alexander Wilson, as follows: 
 1. Joseph W. Densmore (1818-97) m. 1846 Maria L. Wilson (b. 1825). 
 2. Alexander Wilson, Jr., m. 1st Abigail Bishop. 
 3. Alexander Wilson m. 1784 Catharine Davison (1763-1849). 
 Alexander Wilson (1761-1843) served as private in Capt. Asa Coburn's company, Colonel
 Alden's regiment, 1778, Massachusetts Line. He received a pension on claim executed in 1818.
 He was born in Cherry Valley, N. Y.; died in Erie County, Pa. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104

 Mrs. Bertha Nichols Tucker.
 DAR ID Number: 103547 
 Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
 Wife of Sydney Tucker. 
 Descendant of Reuben Champion, as follows: 
 1. Edward R. Nichols m. Annie H. Harris. 
 2. George Harris m. Sarah Anna Davison. 
 3. Benjamin Davision m. Abigail Batherick. 
 4. John Batherick m. Susanna Champion. 
 5. Reuben Champion m. Esther Chadwick. 
 Reuben Champion (1756-1848) served as private in the 1st company, 6th regiment,
 Connecticut troops, 1775. He was born and died in Lyme, Conn. 
 Also No. 11386. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104

 Mrs. Maria Hackleman Haas.
 DAR ID Number: 103652 
 Born in Rush County, Ind. 
 Wife of James Milo Haas. 
 Descendant of Jacob Hackleman, as follows: 
 1. Elijah Hackleman (1817-1900) m. 1841 Margaret Davison (1821-83). 
 2. Abraham Hackleman (1775-1858) m. 1796 Margaret Tyner (1778-1845). 
 3. Jacob Hackleman m. 1773 Mary Osborn (1754-1824). 
 Jacob Hackleman (1752-1829) enlisted in the North Carolina Line and was wounded in the
 right arm. He hired a substitute to serve the rest of his time. He was born in Maryland; died in
 Rush County, Ind. 
 Also No. 73985. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105

 Miss Susan Simms Haynes.
 DAR ID Number: 104503 
 Born in Cotton Hill, W. Va. 
 Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Thomas, as follows: 
 1. Rev. James Haynes (1833-1900) m. 1862 Susan Elizabeth Shanklin (1841-1910). 
 2. Andrew Davison Shanklin (d. 1885) m. Rebecca Thomas (1797-1894). 
 3. Thomas Thomas m. Rebecca — (1771-1824). 
 Thomas Thomas (1752-1836) served as lieutenant in Loudoun County, Virginia militia. He died
 in Loudoun County, Va. 

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 Mrs. Gussie Bassett Wheeler.
 DAR ID Number: 104661 
 Born in Eden, Vt. 
 Wife of Fred Elmer Wheeler. 
 [p.220] Descendant of Daniel Davison, as follows: 
 1. William George Bassett (1838-1910) m. 1859 Almeda Merrill Davison (1839-1912). 
 2. Amory Davison m. Nancy Mills. 
 3. Daniel Davison, Jr. (1764-1860) m. 1789 Elizabeth Nelson. 
 4. Daniel Davson m. 1st 1759 Abigail Summer. 
 Daniel Davison (1733-1828) served several enlistments as a private under different commands,
 1775-79, Massachusetts troops. In 1818 he applied for a pension. He died in Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Also No. 79261. 

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 Miss Agnes Catherine Haynes.
 DAR ID Number: 105386 
 Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Thomas, as follows: 
 1. Rev. James Haynes (1833-1900) m. 1862 Susan Elizabeth Shanklin (1841-1910). 
 2. Andrew Davison Shanklin (d. 1885) m. Rebecca Thomas (1797-1894). 
 3. Thomas Thomas m. Rebecca — (1771-1824). 
 Thomas Thomas (1752-1836) served as lieutenant in Loudoun County, Virginia militia. He died
 in Loudoun County, Va. 
 Also No. 104503. 

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 Mrs. Annie Maury Pedigo Norfleet.
 DAR ID Number: 107013 
 Born in Henry County, Va. 
 Wife of Frederick Blum Norfleet. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith, as follows: 
 1. John Hardin Pedigo m. 1855 Eleanor Cornelia Davison (1837-1910). 
 2. Edward Jacqueline Davison m. Eleanor Conway Baldwin. 
 3. William Davison (1768-1822) m. Martha Maria Smith (1782-1875). 
 4. John Smith m. Animus Bull. 
 [p.6] John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county
 lieutenant under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll at the age of
 eighty-three for service as colonel, State troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in
 Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 17640. 

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 Miss Virginia G. Pedigo.
 DAR ID Number: 107553 
 Born in Henry County, Va. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith, as follows: 
 1. J. H. Pedigo (b. 1823) m. 1855 E. Cornelia Davison (1836-1911). 
 2. Edward Jacquelin Davison m. 1835 Eleanor C. Baldwin (1810-49). 
 3. William Davison (1769-1822) m. 1st 1800 Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815). 
 4. John Smith m. 1781 Annimus Bull (b. 1760). 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll for service as colonel of State
 troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 101356. 

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 Mrs. Anna Applegate Fogg.
 DAR ID Number: 107830 
 Born in Cranbury, N. J. 
 Wife of M. M. Fogg. 
 Descendant of David Baird, Maj. William Scudder, Anthony Applegate, Reuben Morris, and
 Capt. John Anderson, as follows: 
 1. Adrian S. Applegate (b. 1841) m. 1866 Ella Scudder (1842-1911). 
 2. John Baird Applegate (1813-76) m. 1838 Ellen Dill (1816-91); James Scudder m. 1841
 Anne Morris (d. 1895). 
 [p.271] 3. Thomas Applegate (1776-1830) m. Sarah Baird (1780-1881); William Scudder, Jr.
 (1794-1819), m. Ellen Craig; George Morris (1773-1856) m. 1796 Eleanore Kovenhaven
 (1781-1853); John Dill (1790-1876) m. 1813 Elizabeth Perrine (1799-1870). 
 4. Anthony Applegate m. Abigail Davison; William Scudder m. Sarah Van Dyke; David Baird
 m. Lydia Tapscott Gaston (1755-91); Reuben Morris m. 1762 Elizabeth Wetherell
 (1736-1815); Robert Perrine m. Catherine Anderson (1771-1854). 
 5. John Anderson m. 1763 Anna Lloyd (1746-1815). 
 David Baird (1754-1839) commanded a company in the 1st regiment, New Jersey State troops,
 which fought at Monmouth, 1778. He was born and died in New Jersey. 
 Also No. 70035. 
 William Scudder (1739-93) served as lieutenant and major, Middlesex County, New Jersey
 militia. He was born in Huntington, L. I.; died in Scudders Mills, N. J. 
 Anthony Applegate was a private in Capt. Peter Perrin's company, 3rd regiment, Middlesex
 County, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in New Jersey. 
 Reuben Morris (1737-1801) served as a private in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia.
 He was born in New Brunswick; died in Newark, N. J. 
 John Anderson (1731-97) in 1776 commanded a company of Monmouth County, New Jersey
 militia. He was born and died in Freehold, N. J. 

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 Miss Margaret E. Chamberlain.
 DAR ID Number: 110989 
 Born in New York, N. Y. 
 Descendant of Daniel Mills, Daniel Davison, Corp. Daniel Davison, Jr., Sergt. Benjamin Scott,
 Sergt. Joseph Scott, and Lieut. Jonathan Mason, as follows: 
 1. John Chamberlain (b. 1838) m. 1866 Elizabeth Davison Mills (b. 1839). 
 2. Schuyler Chamberlain (1800-62) m. 1824 Eliza Scott (1799-1881); Minard G. Mills
 (1811-61) m. 1834 Susan Elizabeth Davison (1816-98). 
 3. Roswell Chamberlain (1766-1806) m. 1799 Martha Mason (1774-1861); Joseph Scott m.
 1797 Catharine Upham (1763-1827); Daniel Mills (1780-1855) m. Elizabeth Rykert
 (1786-1825); Amory Davison (1799-1868) m. 1814 Nancy Mills (1794-1862). 
 4. Daniel Mills m. 1766 Nancy McKeen (b. 1749); Daniel Davison, Jr., m. 1789 Elizabeth
 Thayer Nelson (1769-1842); Benjamin Scott m. 2nd 1757 Azuba Cheeny (b. 1731); Jonathan
 Mason m. 1760 Mary Howard (1739-1807). 
 5. Daniel Davison m. 1st 1759 Abigail Sumner. 
 [p.312] Daniel Mills (1746-1833) served as private in Captain Hutchins' company, Colonel
 Bedel's New Hamsphire regiment, 1777. He died in Johnson, Vt. 
 Daniel Davison, Jr. (1764-1854), served as corporal under Captains Hollister, Drew, Clapp and
 Blanchard, Colonels Jackson and Scammel, Massachusetts troops. He was married in Milford,
 Mass. 
 Daniel Davison (1733-1828) served several enlistments as a private under different commands,
 1775-79, Massachusetts troops. In 1818 he applied for a pension. He died in Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Also No. 104661. 
 Benjamin Scott (1724-1809) was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Timothy Parker's
 company, Colonel Warner's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Abbotsford,
 Scotland; died in Sturbridge, Mass. 
 Joseph Scott (1761-1841) served as private and sergeant, Captain Spalding's company,
 Colonel Nichols' Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Sturbridge, Mass.; died in Craftsbury,
 Vt. 
 Jonathan Mason (1737-1814) was ensign and lieutenant in Captain Putnam's company, Colonel
 Wade's Massachusetts regiment. He died in Craftsbury, Vt. 

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 [p.205] Mrs. Bessie Grey Jones Shultz.
 DAR ID Number: 111619 
 Born in Martinsville, Va. 
 Wife of Earle M. Schultz. 
 Descendant of Col. John Smith, as follows: 
 1. Benjamin Tazewell Jones (b. 1855) m. 1881 Mattie Lewis Pedigo (b. 1859). 
 2. John Hardin Pedigo (b. 1823) m. 1858 Eleanor Cornelia Davison (1837-1910). 
 3. Edward Jacqueline Davison m. 1835 Eleanor Conway Baldwin (1810-49). 
 4. William Davison (1769-1822) m. 1st 1800 Martha Maria Smith (1782-1815). 
 5. John Smith m. 1781 Annimus Bull (b. 1760). 
 John Smith (1750-1836) was appointed colonel of militia, 1776, and served as county lieutenant
 under Gov. Patrick Henry. He was placed on the pension roll for service as colonel of State
 troops. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Frederick County, Va. 
 Also No. 107553. 

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 Mrs. Annie D. Warne Howell.
 DAR ID Number: 112122 
 Born in Mansfield, N. J. 
 Wife of Russell Ogden Howell. 
 Descendant of Margaret Vliet Warne, as follows: 
 1. Daniel Warne (1824-1909) m. 1847 Elizabeth Davison (1828-95). 
 2. Abram Warne (1787-1859) m. Amy Inscho (1785-1845). 
 3. Joseph Warne m. Margaret Vliet. 
 Margaret Vliet Warne (1746-1840) was not only a patriot but a physician. She rode on
 horseback through the country to care for the sick and needy. She was born and died near
 Broadway, N. J. 
 Also No. 26949. 

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 Mrs. Helen Winemiller Wood.
 DAR ID Number: 112171 
 Born in Lima, Ohio. 
 Wife of James Orville Wood. 
 Descendant of Alexander French, as follows: 
 1. Adam Wintermiller (b. 1852) m. 1875 Mary French (b. 1857). 
 2. George French (1831-1907) m. 1856 Elizabeth Atmur (1834-96). 
 3. William French (1787-1836) m. 1819 Elizabeth Davison (1793-1878). 
 4. Alexander French m. 1784 Elizabeth Morrison (1760-1835). 
 Alexander French (1758-1833) served, 1781, as a private in Capt. Thomas Askey's company,
 6th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Washington County, Pa.

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 Miss Angeline B. Fullington.
 DAR ID Number: 114939 
 Born in Johnson, Vt. 
 Descendant of Sergt. Abner Hogg, Joseph Andrews, Joseph Andrews, Jr., and Capt. John
 Baker, as follows: 
 1. Lindley Murray Fullington (1837-1904) m. 1873 Lydia Jane Andrews (1847-98). 
 2. Moses Fullington (1796-1883) m. Hannah Maria Baker (1808-84); John Atwood Andrews
 (1825-1902) m. 1844 Lydia Angeline Davison (1826-1910). 
 3. Asa Andrews (1796-1871) m. Janet Ferson Hogg (1799-1878); Thomas Baker
 (1768-1820) m. Hannah Balch (1780-1869). 
 4. Joseph Andrews, Jr., m. 1781 Margaret Ober (1765-1829); Abner Hogg m. Rosanna
 Ferson; John Baker m. 1761 Mary Emerson (1735-1816). 
 5. Joseph Andrews m. Rachel Burnham (1731-1809). 
 Abner Hogg (1759-1856) enlisted in the Continental Army as private, corporal and sergeant.
 He was born in Londonderry; died in New Boston, Mass. 
 Joseph Andrews (1729-1806) enlisted, 1777, as a private under Capt. John Dodge, Col. Jacob
 Garrish. He was born and died in Chebacco, Mass. 
 Joseph Andrews, Jr. (1757-1834), was a seaman, 1780, on the sloop “Liverpool.” He was
 born in Chebacco, Mass.; died in New Boston, N. H. 
 [p.296] John Baker (1733-1815) commanded a company, stationed at Cambridge, Col. Moses
 Little's regiment of militia. He was born and died in Topsfield, Mass. 

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 Mrs. Eva Jane Richmond.
 DAR ID Number: 115193 
 Born in Troy, Vt. 
 Wife of Frank Richmond. 
 [p.62] Descendant of Lieut. Philip Safford, as follows: 
 1. David Davison (1831-60) m. 1853 Betsey Damon (1833-84). 
 2. Samuel Litchfield Damon (1794-1867) m. 1821 Cynthia Closson (1802-77). 
 3. Ichabod Closson (1764-1807) m. 1786 Sally Safford (1769-1857). 
 4. Philip Safford m. Elizabeth Bigelow (1743-1825). 
 Philip Safford (1736-1814) served as lieutenant of the Rockingham militia, 1775, for the relief of
 the Whigs or Liberty party. He was born in Ipswich, Mass.; died in Rockingham, Vt. 
 Also No. 66053. 

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 Mrs. Amanda Davison Seaver.
 DAR ID Number: 115198 
 Born in Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Wife of Henry T, Seaver. 
 Descendant of Daniel Davidson (or Davison) and of Corp. Daniel Davidson, Jr., as follows: 
 1. Amory Davison, Jr. (1830-1906), m. 1855 Augusta Williams (1839-1905). 
 2. Amory Davison (d. 1867) m. 1815 Nancy Mills (d. 1862). 
 3. Daniel Davidson, Jr., m. 1789 Elizabeth Nelson. 
 4. Daniel Davidson m. 1st 1759 Abigail Sumner. 
 Daniel Davidson (1733-1828) served several enlistments as a private under different commands,
 1775-79, Massachusetts troops. In 1818 he applied for a pension. He died in Craftsbury, Vt. 
 Also No. 104661. 
 Daniel Davidson, Jr. (1764-1854), served as corporal under Captains Hollister, Drew, Clapp
 and Blancard, Colonels Jackson and Scammel, Massachusetts troops. He was married in
 Milford, Mass. 
 Also No. 110989. 

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 Mrs. Marion Wade Sackett.
 DAR ID Number: 115386 
 Born in Pelham, Mass. 
 Wife of James Clarence Sackett. 
 Descendant of Capt. John Crowl, Joshua Claflin, Nathaniel Marshall, John McCoy, Alexander
 McCoy, Bildad Searle, and Ephraim Allen, as follows: 
 1. Cyrus Allen Wade (1831-1906) m. 1852 Ancestra Marshall (b. 1834). 
 2. Jonathan Wade (1799-1887) m. Cyrena Allen (1797-1880); Joseph Kidder Marshall
 (1802-73) m. Lydia Spaulding (1803-39). 
 3. Nathan Lloyd Wade (1765-1822) m. 1791 Isabel Searle (1767-1843); Abner Allen
 (1767-1843) m. 1793 Philadelphia Crowl (d. 1841); Nathaniel Marshall m. 3rd 1800 Rhoda
 Kemp (1774-1850); Philip Marshall, Jr. (1767-1822), m. Lydia McCoy (1780-1839) (parents
 of Lydia). 
 4. John Crowl m. 1763 Sarah Claflin (b. 1735); Alexander McCoy m. Lydia Spaulding (b.
 1743); Bildad Searle m. 1758 Mary Hannum; Ephraim Allen m. 1757 Huldah Maynard (b.
 1733). 
 [p.121] 5. Joshua Claflin m. 1728 Mary Davison (b. 1693); John McCoy m. Jane —. 
 John Crowl commanded a company of minute men in Colonel Learned's regiment which
 marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born, 1733, in Leicester, Mass. 
 Joshua Claflin (1707-90) in 1777 served as a private in Capt. Jonathan Wade's company, Col.
 Ezra May's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Wenham, Mass. 
 Nathaniel Marshall (1752-1839) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. Jonathan Foster's company, Col.
 Nathaniel Wade's Massachusetts regiment, stationed at Middletown, R. I. He died in
 Springfield, Mass. 
 John McCoy served, 1776, as private in the first military company of Windham, N. H., and
 signed the Association Test of Windham in 1776. 
 Alexander McCoy (1744-1832) was a member of the first military company of Windham, N.
 H., and also signed the Association Test, 1776. He was born and died in Windham. 
 Bildad Searle enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Elijah Clap's company, Col. John Dickenson's regiment,
 which marched on the Bennington Alarm. He was born, 1733, in Northampton; died in
 Southampton, Mass. 
 Ephraim Allen (1731-90) served as a private in Capt. Wing Spooner's company, Col. Nathan
 Sparhawk's regiment, to reenforce General Stark. He was born in Westboro; died in Petersham,
 Mass. 
 Also No. 76640. 

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 Mrs. Bessie Balding Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 115678 
 Born in Ellison, Ill. 
 Wife of B. S. Davison. 
 Descendant of Nathan Hollister, as follows: 
 1. Josiah Nathan Balding (b. 1857) m. 1880 Cornelia Birdsall (b. 1857). 
 2. John W. Balding (b. 1832) m. 1855 Fannie Downey (1833-87). 
 3. Nathan Balding (1808-75) m. 1831 Lucinda Yoho (1813-82). 
 4. John S. Balding (1780-1845) m. Achsah Hollister (1782-1857). 
 5. Nathan Hollister m. Abigail Goodrich (1762-1822). 
 Nathan Hollister (1759-1843) served as private in the battles of Princeton and Trenton. He was
 born in Catskill, N. Y.; died in Woodsfield, Ohio. 
 Also No. 114235. 

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 [p.42] Mrs. Mary Randall Turner.
 DAR ID Number: 116139 
 Born in Baltimore, Md. 
 Wife of J. Franklin Turner. 
 Descendant of Christopher Randall, as follows: 
 1. George W. Davison (b. 1844) m. 1866 Sophie C. Bond (b. 1842). 
 2. Thomas Bond (1800-61) m. 1827 Mary Randall (1805-87). 
 3. John Randall (1774-1851) m. 1802 Caroline Killen (1784-1861). 
 4. Christopher Randall m. 1773 Elenor Carey (1754-85). 
 Christopher Randall (1729-90) was a member of the Committee of Observation of Maryland,
 1775. He was born and died in Baltimore, Md. 
 Also No. 91265. 

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 Mrs. Ida M. Taft Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 116424 
 Born in Greenville, Pa. 
 Wife of Thomas Davison. 
 Descendant of Elizah Davis, as follows: 
 [p.132] 1. William Taft (b. 1845) m. 1871 Mary A. Shortt. 
 2. William Shortt (1822-1909) m. 1844 Emeline Davis (1825-1909). 
 3. William Davis (b. 1799) m. 1823 Mary Blakeslee. 
 4. Elizah Davis m. 1781 Desire Lyttle (1765-1843). 
 Elizah Davis (1762-1823) was private in Capt. Jonathan Rowland's company, 4th battalion,
 Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Pennsylvania. 
 Also No. 83960. 

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 [p.215] Miss Eliza S. Lee.
 DAR ID Number: 117700 
 Born in Giltner, Nebr. 
 Descendant of Joseph Lee, as follows: 
 1. William Hill Lee (1830-1907) m. 1868 Isabella Albin (b. 1841). 
 2. Davidson Lee (1805-96) m. 1829 Sarah Hill (1806-79). 
 3. Joseph Lee m. 1788 Eleanor Davison (d. 1844). 
 Joseph Lee (1762-1837) was placed on the pension roll of Decatur County, Ind., 1833, for
 service as private New Jersey militia. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in Decatur
 County, Ind. 

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 Mrs. Madeline Mitchell Van Syckel Reed.
 DAR ID Number: 118388 
 Born in Troy, Pa. 
 Wife of O. K. Reed. 
 [p.122] Descendant of Daniel Pomeroy, as follows: 
 1. Robert E. Van Syckel (b. 1863) m. 1891 Josephine P. Mitchell (b. 1869). 
 2. Benjamin B. Mitchell (1839-1904) m. 1865 Ellen Pomeroy (1844-1912). 
 3. Samuel W. Pomeroy (1821-97) m. 1843 Amanda M. Davison (1820-1905). 
 4. Isaac N. Pomeroy (1791-1861) m. 1813 Anna Olmstead Kingsbury (1792-1831). 
 5. Elezer Pomeroy (1752-1811) m. 1785 Priscilla Kingsbury (1756-1841). 
 6. Daniel Pomeroy m. 1749 Naomi (Kibbe) Phelps (1726-93). 
 Daniel Pomeroy (1728-85) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Elias Bell's company for the relief of Boston.
 He was born in Colchester; died in Coventry. Conn. 
 Also No. 76720. 

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 Miss Florence May Davison.
 DAR ID Number: 118542 
 Born in Philadelphia County, Pa. 
 Descendant of William Davison, as follows: 
 1. Joseph Kirby Davison (1837-1904) m. 1867 Sarah J. Ferguson (1842-80). 
 2. George W. Davison (1811-71) m. 1836 Rebecca E. Kirby (1816-41). 
 3. William Davison m. Cathrine Holman (1766-1848). 
 William Davison (1758-1832) served as private in Captain Hankinson's company, 1st regiment,
 Monmouth County militia, New Jersey Line. He was born in Middlesex County; died in Upper
 Freehold, N. J. 
 Also No. 91613. 

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