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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 94 Mrs. Sudie Wilson Young. DAR ID Number: 93758 Born in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Wife of Richard K. Young. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander and of Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. Emory Lee Wilson (b. 1865) m. 1887 Doran McKey (b. 1866). See No. 93446. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95 page 29 Mrs. Carrie Henderson Wellborn. DAR ID Number: 94089 Born in Cabarrus County, N. C. Wife of Dr. William R. Wellborn. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander, Samuel Wilson, Violet Wilson, David Robinson, and Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. James Edgar Henderson (b. 1858) m. 1882 Isla Alexander Cannon (b. 1860). 2. Andrew Robinson Henderson (1826-1901) m. 1850 Rachael Roxanna Rutledge (1832-1908). 3. David Robinson Henderson (1793-1846) m. 1820 Margaret D. Alexander (1797-1854). 4. Andrew Henderson (1753-1837) m. 1780 Elizabeth Robinson (1758-1843); William B. Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 5. David Robinson m. 1752 Mary Hayes; John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (1736-89); John Davidson m. Violet Wilson. 6. Samuel Wilson m. Mary Winslow. John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary of the Mecklenburg Convention, signer of the Declaration and member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 75436. Samuel Wilson (1710-78) was a member of the Committee of Public Safety of Mecklenburg County, N. C. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. [p.29] Violet Wilson (1741-1818) signed resolutions addressed to the Committee of Safety, Salisbury, N. C., 1776. She was born and died in Martin County, N. C. Also No. 92543. David Robinson (1726-1808) received pay for service in the Revolution. He died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 93446. John Davidson (1735-1832) was signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration and served as major in the army. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg, N. C. Also No. 75436. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95 Mrs. Eva Jordan Davidson. DAR ID Number: 94204 Born in Chicago, Ill. Wife of Frank Bruce Davidson. Descendant of Capt. David Cady, and of Oliver Chatfield, as follows: 1. Edwin Shoup Jordan (1845-89) m. 1865 J. Adeline M. Le Pitre (b. 1845). 2. David Jefferson Jordan (1804-69) m. 1825 Julia Ann Cady (1809-60); Peter Le Petre (1820-79) m. 1840 Eliza Ann Chatfield (1822-81). 3. Joseph Cleveland Cady (1770-1840) m. 2nd 1808 Mary Williamson (Rosecrans); Sherman Chatfield (b. 1790) m. 1809 Deborah Wood. 4. David Cady, Jr., m. 2nd 1769 Lois Cleveland (1739-90); Eli Chatfield m. Lois Mallory. 5. Oliver Chatfield m. 1st Zerviah —. David Cady, Jr. (1742-1807), commanded a company which marched to the relief of Boston at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Killingly, Conn. Also Nos. 28549, 69574, 79552. Oliver Chatfield (1730-78) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Thompson's company, Col. David Wooster's regiment, and later in Capt. Nathaniel Johnson's company, Col. William Douglas' regiment, 5th battalion. He was born in Derby, Conn. Also No. 74772. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95 Mrs. Susan Donaldson Voorheis Davidson. DAR ID Number: 94875 Born in Waterford, Mich. Wife of Peter Davidson. Descendant of William Nathan Terry, as follows: 1. James K. Voorheis (b. 1841) m. 1872 Lucinda Josephine Smith (b. 1850). 2. Isaac Voorheis (b. 1806) m. 1827 Sarah Lee Terry (1806-99). 3. William Nathan Terry m. Eleaner Lewis (1774-1849). William Nathan Terry (1760-1840) was placed on the pension roll of the State of Michigan, 1833, for service as private, Captain Ransom's company, Colonel Butler's regiment, Pennsylvania Continental Line. He died in Pontiac, Mich. Also No. 82851. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95 Mrs. Wilmoth Cartwright Harris. DAR ID Number: 94919 Born in Shelby County, Tenn. Wife of Eugene Irwin Harris. Descendant of Robert Cartwright, as follows: 1. Neil Brown Cartwright (1847-1910) m. 1868 Eliza Camilla Haraway (1847-97). 2. Albert Robert Cartwright (1806-63 m. 1835 Priscilla Buford (1818-87). 3. David Cartwright (1781-1813) m. Elizabeth Powell (d. 1856). 4. Robert Cartwright m. 3rd 1764 Pembroke Hunter. Robert Cartwright (1722-1809) was a signer of the Wautauga petition and served on the frontier throughout the Revolution. He was born in Princess Anne County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 80152. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 page 33 [p.33] Mrs. James Jewett Bannister. DAR ID Number: 95098 Born in Westfield, N. Y. Wife of Clayton J. Bannister. Descendant of Jedidiah Jewett, Ensign John Davidson, William McCord, Corp. Jeremiah McKibben, Capt. Joseph McKinney and Robert Chambers, as follows: 1. George T. Jewett (1830-1907) m. 1857 Susan Mary McKibben (1836-92). 2. Jedidiah Jewett, Jr. (1792-1856), m. 1828 Hannah Mosher (1795-1879); Joseph McKibben (1794-1836) m. 2nd 1834 Nancy McCord (1810-92). 3. Jedidiah Jewett m. 1788 Mary Atkinson; James McCord (1783-1865) m. 1808 Susan Davidson (1784-1818); Jeremiah McKibben m. 1782 Mary Chambers. 4. John Davidson m. 1780 Tacy Laughlin (1748-1823); William McCord m. 1st Agnes McKinney (d. 1783); Robert Chambers m. 1753 Mary Caldwell (b. 1735). 5. Joseph McKinney m. Mary Mackensie. Jedidiah Jewett (1752-1832) served as private under Cols. Ethan Allen and Seth Warner, Green Mountain Boys. He was living in Vermont at the time of the Revolution; was born in Thompson, Conn.; died in Montgomery, N. Y. John Davidson (1743-1823) served as ensign in Capt. William McClure's company, 2nd battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Newville, Pa. William McCord (1745-1806) served as private in Capt. Stephen Bayard's company, Pennsylvania Line. He died in Sherman's Valley, Pa. Jeremiah McKibben served as corporal, 1776, in Capt. William Rippey's company, Col. William Irvine's Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Hillsboro, Ireland; died in Newville, Pa. Joseph McKinney (1720-85) served as captain, 1775, at Bedford County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Hopewell, Pa. Robert Chambers (1722-81) served as private in Capt. Alex Peeble's company, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania troops. He was born in England; died in Chambersburg, Pa. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 Mrs. Mary Beverly Alexander Hemby. DAR ID Number: 95121 Born in Shreveport, La. Wife of Torrence Hemby. Descendant of Rev. David Caldwell, as follows: 1. Robert Owen Alexander (b. 1864) m. 1892 Mary Herndon (b. 1876). 2. Samuel Caldwell Alexander (1830-1907) m. 1857 Mary Brown (1829-1909). 3. Robert Davidson Alexander (1796-1863) m. 1829 Abigail Caldwell (1807-89). 4. Samuel Craighead Caldwell (d. 1826) m. 2nd Elizabeth Linsay. 5. David Caldwell m. Rachel Craighead. David Caldwell (1725-1821), a graduate of Princeton, removed to North Carolina, where he was a member of the Constitutional Convention, 1776. He was a patriotic preacher and teacher and was constantly harassed by the Tories. In 1781 the British encamped on his plantation and burned his house. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 74905. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 Mrs. Susan Graham Clark Erwin. DAR ID Number: 95795 Born in Hillsboro, N. C. Wife of Joseph Ernest Erwin. Descendant of Maj. Joseph Graham, as follows: 1. Walter Clark (b. 1846) m. 1874 Susan Washington Graham (1851-1909). 2. William Alexander Graham (1804-75) m. 1836 Susan Washington (1816-90). 3. Joseph Graham m. 1787 Isabella Davidson (1761-1808). Joseph Graham (1759-1836) served as lieutenant, captain, and major of North Carolina Rangers. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Lincoln County, N. C. Also No. 71961. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 Mrs. Hattie Davidson Abernathy. DAR ID Number: 95797 Born in Gaston County, N. C. Wife of Dr. J. S. Abernathy. Descendant of Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. John Springer Davidson (1839-99) m. 1864 Margaret Abigail Caldwell (1840-98). 2. Adam Brevard Davidson (1808-96) m. 1836 Mary Springer (1815-72). 3. Jackie Davidson (1779-1870) m. 1800 Sallie Brevard (d. 1864). 4. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and served as major in the army. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg, N. C. Also No. 71592. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 Mrs. Julia E. Huff Bedford. DAR ID Number: 96074 Born in Lincoln County, N. C. Wife of Henry E. Bedford, Jr. Descendant of Major Joseph Graham, and of Major John Davidson, as follows: 1. Slaughter W. Huff (b. 1867) m. 1892 Eva Graham (b. 1871). 2. William A. Graham, Jr. (b. 1839), m. 1864 Julia Lane (1846-1909). 3. William Graham (1804-75) m. 1836 Susan Washington (d. 1890). 4. Joseph Graham m. 1787 Isabella D. Graham (1761-1808). 5. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson. Joseph Graham (1759-1836) served as major in the North Carolina militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Lincoln County, N. C. John Davidson (1735-1832) signed the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, was major of the North Carolina militia. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Davidson County, N. C. Also No. 92343.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 page 171 Mrs. Ella Morrow Sollenberger. DAR ID Number: 96544 Born in Newville, Pa. Wife of Laurence Randall Sollenberger. Descendant of Col. John Piper, as follows: 1. John Benton Morrow (1838-1900) m. 1871 Alice Bridgeworth McCord (1842-1909). [p.171] 2. John Davidson McCord (1808-1900) m. 1st 1833 Margaret McCandlish (1813-45). 3. William McCandlish (1768-1827) m. 1812 Jane Piper (1781-1827). 4. John Piper m. Catherine Lusk (1748-1822). John Piper (1729-1816) commanded the 1st battalion, Bedford County militia, 1775-79. He was born in Ireland; died in Bedford County, Pa. Also Nos. 64154, 77484. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 Mrs. Nannie Morton Wilson. DAR ID Number: 96625 Born in Auburn, Ky. Wife of Horace L. Wilson. Descendant of Jonathan Smith, as follows: 1. William Jorden Morton (b. 1840) m. 1863 Mary Thompson (b. 1847). 2. Joseph Morton m. 1818 Louisa Davidson (1803-98). 3. James H. Davidson m. Harriet Smith. 4. Jonathan Smith m. Mary Furman. Jonathan Smith (1758-1851) served as private in the Hunterdon County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Hunterdon County; died in Elkton, Ky., where he received a pension. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 page 270 [p.270] Mrs. Caroline Dey Sigler. DAR ID Number: 96863 Born in Watkins, N. Y. Wife of Edwin Sandford Sigler. Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Denniston, as follows: 1. Warren Sayre Dey m. Jennie Eliza Flower (1845-94). 2. Davidson Flower (b. 1821)) m. Caroline Van Vorhis (1821-1908). 3. Albert Van Vorhis m. Margaret Denniston. 4. Daniel Denniston m. Elizabeth Kierstadt. Daniel Denniston (1758-1824) served as ensign, 1777, as lieutenant, 1780, and, 1781, in 2nd regiment, New York troops. He died in New Jersey. Also No. 82630. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 Miss Jean Bradford. DAR ID Number: 96947 Born in Davidson County, Tenn. Descendant of Sergt. Henry Bradford, as follows: 1. George Bradford (b. 1857) m. 1888 Martha Bartlett Walton (b. 1858). 2. George Grant Bradford (1825-66) m. 1857 Mary Narcissa Brown (1830-96). 3. Priestley Bradford (1796-1854) m. 1817 Elizabeth Janette. 4. Henry Bradford m. 1785 Elizabeth Payne Blakemore (b. 1769). Henry Bradford (1758-1815) served as sergeant in Capt. John Blackwell's company, Virginia troops, 1777. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; removed to Tennessee, 1784, where he died. Also No. 90089. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 page 6061 Miss Margaret Eleanor Henderson. DAR ID Number: 97184 Born in Mecklenburg, N. C. [p.60] Descendant of Col. Robert Irwin, Col. John McDowell, Richard Barry, Maj. John Davidson, John McKnitt Alexander, Samuel Wilson, Violet Wilson, and David Robinson, as follows: 1. James Harvey Henderson (1834-1901) m. 1858 Cordelia Irwin (1839-75). 2. David R. Henderson (1793-1846) m. 1820 Margaret D. Alexander (1797-1854); Batte Irwin (1809-54) m. 1833 Eleanor Barry (1813-40). 3. Andrew Henderson (1753-1837) m. 1780 Elizabeth Robinson (1758-1843); William Irwin (1775-1822) m. 1802 Lydia Birdsong (1780-1834); Richard Barry, Jr. (1765-1850) m. Margaret McDowell (1782-1846); William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 4. Robert Irwin (or McEwin) m. 1867 Mary Alexander; John McDowell m. 1772 Jane Parks (b. 1746); Richard Barry m. Ann Price (1735-1827); John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818); John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (b. 1736); David Robinson m. Mary Hayes. 5. Samuel Wilson m. Mary Winslow. Robert Irwin (1738-1800) was a signer of the Mecklenburg declaration and a member of the first State convention, 1776. He also served as colonel in the militia. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 59688. John McDowell (1743-95) was a member of the Assembly of Burke County, N. C., and rose to the rank of colonel of militia; engaged in the battles of Camden, Musgrove Mills, Kings Mountain, and was wounded three times during his service. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 77113. Richard Barry (1726-1801) signed the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, and also served as private under Gen. W. L. Davidson, being engaged in the battle of Cowans Ford. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 70124. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration, and also served as major in the militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary to the Mecklenburg Convention, and a signer of the Declaration; he was also a member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Samuel Wilson (1710-78) was a member of the committee of safety. He was born in Ireland; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Violet Wilson (1741-1818), a patriot, signed the resolutions addressed to the committee of safety at Salisbury, N. C., 1776. She was born and died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. [p.61] David Robinson (1726-1808) received pay for service in the Revolution. He died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 93446. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 Mrs. Eleanor Varich Morrison Ringer. DAR ID Number: 97616 Born in Asheville, N. C. Wife of Paul Ringer. Descendant of Capt. William Davidson, as follows: 1. Theodore S. Morrison (b. 1852) m. 1877 Ella Henrietta Davidson. 2. Allen Turner Davidson (1819-1905) m. 1842 Adeline Howell (b. 1824). 3. William Mitchell Davidson m. Elizabeth Vance. 4. William Davidson m. Margaret McConnel. William Davidson served as lieutenant in Capt. James Houston's company of North Carolina militia, and was promoted major after the battle of Ramsour's Mill. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died, 1809, in Buncombe County, N. C. Also No. 45124. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 Mrs. Daisy Henderson Wilson. DAR ID Number: 97617 Born in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Wife of Dr. W. E. Wilson. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander, and of Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. Joseph McKnitt Henderson (1828-77) m. 1858 Leonora Simril (1832-1907). 2. David R. Henderson (1793-1848) m. 1820 Margaret Alexander (1797-1854). 3. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). See No. 97184. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 Mrs. Julia Irwin Roddey. DAR ID Number: 97885 Born in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Wife of John Roddey. Descendant of Col. Robert Irwin, Samuel Wilson, Violet Wilson, John McKnitt Alexander, Major John Davidson, Col. John McDowell, and David Robinson, as follows: 1. Dr. John Robinson Irwin (b. 1854) m. 1879 Margaret Henderson (b. 1859). 2. Joseph McKnitt Henderson (1828-77) m. 1858 Leneora Simril (1832-1907); Batte Irwin (1809-54) m. 3d 1846 Mary Robinson (1813-88). 3. David R. Henderson (1793-1846) m. 1820 Margaret D. Alexander (1797-1854); William Irwin (1775-1822) m. 1802 Lydia Birdsong (1780-1834); Francis Simril (1808-61) m. 1827 Eliza McDowell (1807-65); John Robinson (1768-1843) m. 1795 Mary Baldwin (1776-1836). 4. Robert Irwin m. 1867 Mary Alexander; William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821); John McDowell m. 1799 Rebecca Davis (1780-1858); David Robinson m. 1752 Mary Hayes. 5. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818); John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (1736-98); John McDowell m. 1772 Jane Parks (or McEwin) (b. 1746). 6. Samuel Wilson m. Mary Winslow. See No. 97184. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 page 293 Mrs. Martha S. E. Mcneill Davidson. DAR ID Number: 97939 Born in Greenville, Ill. Wife of Charles E. Davidson. Descendant of Lieut.-Col. James Trotter, Benjamin Mills and Elizabeth Collier Mills, as follows: 1. Abraham McNeill (1832-1909) m. 1853 Elizabeth Etzler (1831-1905). 2. Neilly McNeill (1800-83) m. 1829 Minerva Mills (1810-84). 3. Andrew Gibbs Mills (1773-1858) m. 1797 Mary Trotter (1780-1848). 4. Benjamin Mills m. 1770 Elizabeth Collier; James Trotter m. Margaret Downey. [p.293] James Trotter (1753-1827) served as lieutenant-colonel in the Virginia troops. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died in Lexington, Ky. Benjamin Mills in 1779, served as a private in Capt. Joshua Miles' company, 6th regiment, Maryland troops. He was born in England; died 1822, in Bourbon County, Ky. Elizabeth Collier Mills (1751-1822) served as a patriot, making shirts for soldiers of the Revolution. She was born in Snow Hill, Md.; died in Bourbon County, Ky. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 Mrs. Ethel Lynn Clough. DAR ID Number: 98184 Born in Bazine, Kans. Wife of Fred B. Clough. Descendant of James Scott, as follows: 1. D. T. Lynn (b. 1856) m. 1st 1876 Clara Elizabeth Scott (b. 1856). 2. Alva Scott (1819-83) m. 1842 Jane Davidson (1825-1908). 3. Francis Scott (1782-1846) m. 1805 Elizabeth Axtell (1789-1864). 4. James Scott m. 2nd 1778 Rachel Forbes (1762-1827). James Scott (1741-1819) served as private, 1782, under Captains Walls and Barr, Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Washington County, Pa. Also No. 85369.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 Mrs. Mollie Johnson Perry. DAR ID Number: 98419 Born in Chester County, S. C. Wife of William Wylie Perry. Descendant of Capt. Peter Clinton, as follows: 1. James Johnson (1835-68) m. 1859 Mary Simrill (b. 1839). 2. John Davidson Simrill (1809-93) m. 1838 Margaret Clinton (1816-1903). 3. Joseph Clinton (1778-1869) m. 1804 Mary Barnett (1780-1855). 4. Peter Clinton m. 1776 Frances Bradner (1740-82). Peter Clinton (1745-80) was captain of South Carolina troops, 1776. He was born in York County, S. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 Mrs. Cora Josslyn Dodd. DAR ID Number: 98898 Born in Utica, Wis. Wife of J. B. Dodd. Descendant of Joseph Josslyn, as follows: 1. Leonard B. Josslyn (1825-1905) m. 1853 Lamora M. Josslyn (b. 1836). 2. Hooker Josslyn (1791-1847) m. 1816 Lucia Davidson (1795-1881). 3. Joseph Josslyn m. 1775 Dorothy Osgood (1754-1844). Joseph Josslyn (1753-1819), a minute man, responded to the Lexing**** ton Alarm from Lancaster, Mass., where he was born. He died 1819, in Waitsfield, Vt. Also No. 92316. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100 page 103 Mrs. Elizabeth Williamson Gause. DAR ID Number: 99327 Born in Gallatin, Tenn. Wife of William Allen Gause. Descendant of Capt. Steven Cantrell, as follows: 1. Joseph Williamson m. 1865 Sarah Gillispie Dismukes (b. 1847). 2. Paul Dismukes (d. 1884) m. 1846 Elizabeth Cantrell (d. 1800). 3. William Cantrell (b. 1792) m. 2nd Sarah Gillispie. 4. Steven Cantrell m. 1782 Mary S. Blakemore (1765-1849). [p.103] Steven Cantrell (1759-1827) was employed as captain of the guards by the Continental Commissioners of North Carolina, and for his service received a grant of land in Davidson County, Tenn. He was born in Abbingdon, Va.; died in Sumner County, Tenn. Also No. 65756. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100 page 198 Mrs. E. Fay Porter Shallenberger. DAR ID Number: 99628 Born in Lonaconing, Md. Wife of George Albert Shallenberger. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, as follows: 1. L. Lindley Porter (b. 1847) m. Janet Withers Wilson. 2. Daniel D. Wilson (1810-90) m. 1st Susan Bannon (d. 1858). 3. Benjamin Wilson m. Phœbe Davidson. [p.198] Benjamin Wilson (1747-1828), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 67874. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100 Miss Lucretia Wyman. DAR ID Number: 99638 Born in Montgomery, Ala. Descendant of Joseph Boynton, as follows: 1. Belser L. Wyman (1844-79) m. 1870 Mary Davidson (b. 1853). 2. Justus Wyman (1798-1855) m. 1828 Mary Stokes (1802-81). 3. Benjamin Wyman (1767-1836) m. 2nd 1790 Hannah Boynton (1773-1849). 4. Joseph Boynton m. 1762 Sarah Tarbell (1740-87). Joseph Boynton (1731-87) served on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Isaac Wood's company from Pepperell, Mass., where he was born and died. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100 Miss Sarah Wyman. DAR ID Number: 99639 Born in Montgomery, Ala. Descendant of Joseph Boynton, as follows: 1. Belser L. Wyman (1844-79) m. 1870 Mary L. Davidson (b. 1853). See No. 99638. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 Mrs. Virginia Dismukes Davidson. DAR ID Number: 101700 Born in Putnam County, Ga. Wife of C. M. Davidson. Descendant of Henry Cooper, as follows: 1. William Henry Dismukes (1815-64) m. 1836 Maria Greene (1818-1911). 2. James Dismukes (b. 1784) m. 1808 Gillian Cooper (b. 1785). 3. Henry Cooper m. Francis Perry. Henry Cooper (1737-1840) served as private in Capt. Jonathan Lawrence's company, Colonel Harper's regiment of Levies, New York Line. He was born in New York; died in Putnam County, Ga. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103 Mrs. Lera Douglass Williams Goodall. DAR ID Number: 102736 Born in Davidson County, Tenn. Wife of John Lewis Goodall. Descendant of Willoughby Williams, as follows: 1. John Henry Williams (1825-93) m. 1847 Elizabeth Boyd (1830-93). 2. Willoughby Williams, Jr. (1798-1882), m. 1823 Nancy D. Nichols (1807-44). 3. Willoughby Williams m. Nancy Glasgow (1771-1857). Willoughby Williams served as commissary of issues during the Revolution. He fought in many battles and was badly wounded at the disastrous battle of Cowpens. He was born in North Carolina; died in Dandridge, Tenn. Also No. 89170. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 126 Miss Mary Elizabeth Frierson. DAR ID Number: 103408 Born in Columbia, Tenn. Descendant of John Davidson, as follows: 1. Albert Davidson Frierson (b. 1843) m. 1869 Lucy Serena Davidson (b. 1848). 2. Joseph Kennard Davidson (b. 1806) m. 1830 Elizabeth Carter (1806-61). [p.126] 3. Thomas Irwin Davidson (1776-1824) m. 1803 Mary Kennard (d. 1844). 4. John Davidson m. 1st Ruth Clemens. John Davidson received a grant of land in Tennessee for his service as private in the South Carolina Line. He died, 1825, in Maury County, Tenn. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 Mrs. Clio Nicholson Morris. DAR ID Number: 103732 Born in Shreveport, La. Wife of W. C. Morris. Descendant of Capt. James Gregg, as follows: 1. William Rufus Nicholson (b. 1860) m. 1884 TranQuilla Hall (b. 1859). 2. John E. Hall m. TranQuilla Taylor. 3. William Davidson Hall m. Betsey Gregg. 4. James Gregg m. Mary Wilson. James Gregg (1752-89) commanded a company under Major Thornby in the defense of Charleston. He was born in Marion County, S. C. Also No. 92879.
he National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 Mrs. Susan Woods Bearden. DAR ID Number: 104172 Born in Franklin County, Tenn. Wife of Matt Marshall Bearden. Descendant of Paul Dismukes, as follows: 1. William Crawford Woods (1814-65) m. 1843 Sarah Ann Boyce (1822-81). 2. Joseph Boyce (1794-1828) m. 1820 Martha Jones Dismukes (1802-75). 3. Paul Dismukes m. 1788 Sarah Richardson. Paul Dismukes (1762-1838) was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 79191. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 Mrs. Edith Appleton Baker Kolff. DAR ID Number: 104536 Born in Boston, Mass. Wife of Dirk Herbert Arnold Kolff. Descendant of Benjamin Baker, as follows: 1. George Livingston Baker (1849-1910) m. 1870 Margaret Armistead Appleton (b. 1851). 2. George Baker (1818-54) m. Frances Augusta Beals (1815-97). 3. Jonathan Baker (1788-1839) m. Betsy Nesmith Davidson (d. 1871). 4. Benjamin Baker m. 1779 Mary George (d. 1830). Benjamin Baker (1753-1830) served as private in Capt. Gordon Hutchins' company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Salisbury, N. H. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 268 Mrs. Jennie Belle Weaks Trousdale. DAR ID Number: 104817 Born in Bastrop, La. Wife of James Harvey Trousdale. Descendant of Rev. David Caldwell, Brig.-Gen. Elijah Clarke, Rachel Craighead Caldwell and Hannah Arrington Clarke, as follows: [p.268] 1. James Caldwell Weaks (b. 1830) m. 1859 Nancy Hedrick (b. 1839). 2. George Weaks (1798-1850) m. 1828 Jane C. Caldwell (1808-78); Gibson C. Hedrick (1814-42) m. 1833 Isabella Kinney (1811-86). 3. James Caldwell (1772-1844) m. 1795 Ruth Penelope Davidson (1776-1815); John Hedrick (d. 1843) m. 1813 Nancy Clarke (1797-1833). 4. David Caldwell m. 1st Rachel Craighead; Gibson Clarke (1772-1820) m. Susanna Clark. 5. Elijah Clarke m. Hannah Arrington. David Caldwell (1725-1824) was a member of the Constitutional Convention of North Carolina, 1776. He was a patriotic preacher and teacher and was constantly harassed by Tories. In 1781 the British encamped on his plantation and burned his house. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 95121. Elijah Clarke (1736-99) served in the Revolutionary War from Georgia, first as captain of a company of Rangers, later as colonel and rose to the rank of Brigadier-General. He was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga. Also No. 99636. Rachel Craighead Caldwell (1739-1825) was a patriot of the Revolution. She was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Guilford County, N. C. Hannah Arrington Clarke (1737-1827) was a patriot, whose home was burned by the British and on her way to nurse her wounded husband, her horse was shot by the enemy. She was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 Mrs. Annie Rankin Carr. DAR ID Number: 105033 Born in Rowan County, N. C. Wife of C. T. Carr. Descendant of Maj. John Davidson and of John McKnitt Alexander, as follows: 1. Sylvester Chalmers Rankin (1848-1902) m. 1869 Alice Alexander (b. 1845). 2. Benjamin Wilson Alexander (1805-65) m. 1828 Elvira D. McCoy (1804-71). 3. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 4. John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (b. 1736); John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818). John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration, and also served as major in the militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary to the Mecklenburg Convention, and a signer of the Declaration; he was also a member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 97184. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 Mrs. Maude Weaver Zuber. DAR ID Number: 105208 Born in Cuthbert, Ga. Wife of J. Sealey Zuber. Descendant of Capt. John Bradley, as follows: 1. Drewry Isham Weaver (1855-1900) m. 1878 Emma Slaughter (b. 1857). 2. Nicholas Meriwether Weaver (1830-97) m. 1854 Anne Elizabeth Davidson (b. 1839). 3. Isham Weaver (b. 1791) m. 1820 Mary Ardis Bradley (1799-1867). 4. Dr. John A. Bradley (1773-1828) m. 1798 Margaret Jameson Meriwether (1776-1819). 5. John Bradley m. Mary Noil. John Bradley (1755-1837) in 1780 was captain of a galley from St. Georges Parish, Ga., where he was born. He died in Oglethorpe County, Ga. Also No. 98531. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 Mrs. Mary Marshall Martin Foster. DAR ID Number: 105332 Born in Raleigh, N. C. Wife of Leo S. Foster. Descendant of Col. William Haywood, Lieut.-Col. Philemon Hawkins, Maj. John Graham and James McKee, as follows: 1. William Dvaidson Martin (b. 1850) m. Lavinia Graham Haywood (b. 1859). 2. John Glenn Martin (1822-55) m. 1849 Mary Ann Thompson (1832-1903); Richard Bennehan Haywood m. Julia Ogden Hicks (b. 1830). 3. Sherwood Haywood (1762-1829) m. 1795 Eleanor Howard Hawkins (1776-1855); John Gustavus Hicks (1797-1843) m. 1829 Lavinia Graham (1811-93); Ephraim Davidson Thompson (1810-87) m. 1st 1831 Elizabeth Caroline McKee (1803-45). 4. William Haywood m. 1754 Charity Hare; Philemon Hawkins m. 1775 Lucy Davis (1759-1807); James Graham (1789-1845) m. 1st Henrietta Saye; Isaac McKee (1770-1848) m. 1793 Margaret Sloan (1773-1843). 5. John Graham m. Julia Ogden; James McKee m. Abigail. William Haywood gave valuable civil service and was colonel of militia of Edgecomb County, N. C.; 1779. He was born and died in Edgecomb, N. C. Philemon Hawkins (1752-1883) served as lieutenant-colonel of North Carolina militia. He was born in Bute County; died in Warren County, N. C. Also No. 102849. John Graham (1756-1832) served as captain and major in the New York Continental Line. He received a pension in New York. He was born in Morrisana; died in Schuyler, N. Y. James McKee (1735-1821) served as private in North Carolina troops. He was born in Mecklenburg County; died in Lincoln County, N. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 Mrs. Woodfin Chambers Hill. DAR ID Number: 105387 Born in Davidson, N. C. Wife of Hubert Hill. Descendant of Samuel Hart, as follows: 1. Woodfin A. Chambers (1857-81) m. 1880 Ida L. Brady (b. 1857). 2. Rufus A. Brady (1830-91) m. 1856 Martha Jane Rebecca Hart (b. 1837). 3. Samuel Hart, Jr. (1793-1877), m. 1825 Francis Booker (1792-1852). 4. Samuel Hart m. 1st 1787 Elizabeth Hall (d. 1837). Samuel Hart (1756-1837) received a pension for service as private, North Carolina troops, 1775-78. He was wounded in the battle of Brandywine and fought in the battle of Germantown. He died in North Carolina. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 Mrs. Sara Boyer Herford. DAR ID Number: 106126 Born in Fayetteville, Tenn. Wife of Cyril Francis Herford. Descendant of Paul Dismukes, as follows: 1. Paul Dismukes Boyer (1828-87) m. 1871 Kate Weir McKinney (1850-87). 2. Joseph Boyer (b. 1799) m. 1820 Martha Jones Dismukes (1802-75). 3. Paul Dismukes m. 1788 Sarah Richardson. Paul Dismukes (1762-1838) was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Caroline County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 104172. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 Mrs. Rowena Herron King. DAR ID Number: 106251 Born in Dalton, Ga. Wife of William Davidson King. Descendant of Maj. Robert Patterson, as follows: 1. Hugh James Herron (1857-1912) m. 1881 Rowena Reynolds (b. 1861). 2. James Herron (1820-1900) m. 1841 Letitia Ewing McKissen (1827-1903). 3. Robert McKissen (1786-1857) m. 1825 Ellen Patterson (1806-86). 4. William Ewing Patterson (1782-1814) m. 1800 Ellen Thornton (1778-1860). 5. Robert Patterson m. 1774 Amy Hunter Ewing (1751-1844). Robert Patterson (1743-1824) on account of his wide experience, was military instructor of the Associators of Delaware, 1775. He was in the battles of Long Island and White Plains. He was born in Ireland; died in Philadelphia, Pa. Also No. 64859. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 Miss Lena Davidson. DAR ID Number: 106429 Born in Worcester, Mass. Descendant of Benjamin Davidson, as follows: 1. Hervey A. Davidson (b. 1854) m. 1889 Anna A. Rhodes (1868-1912). 2. Brigham Davidson (1820-89) m. 3rd 1845 Elmira Gregory (1822-61). 3. Simcon Davidson (1781-1842) m. 1810 Dorothy Cudworth (1781-1867). 4. Benjamin Davidson m. 1780 Mary King (1760-1854). Benjamin Davidson (1756-1815) served, 1777, in Captain Blanchard's company, Colonel Wesson's regiment, Massachusetts Line, at the taking of Saratoga. He was born in Sutton; died in Spencer, Mass.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 page 234 Miss Frances Marvin Webster. DAR ID Number: 106759 Born in Fort Omaha, Nebr. Descendant of Lieut. Ephraim Kirby, Ruth Marvin Kirby, Elnathan Smith, Col. Isaac Lee, and Ruth Welch Marvin, as follows: 1. Edmund Kirby Webster (1852-1911) m. Letta C. Davidson. 2. Lucian Bonaparte Webster (1801-53) m. 1837 Frances Marvin Smith (1809-81). 3. Joseph Lee Smith (1779-1846) m. Frances Marvin (1785-1875). 4. Ephraim Kirby m. 1784 Ruth Marvin; Elnathan Smith m. 1767 Chloe Lee (b. 1746). 5. Isaac Lee m. 1740 Sabritha Norton (b. 1718); Reynold Marvin m. 1763 Ruth Welch. Ephraim Kirby (1757-1804) served as ensign in a Rhode Island regiment, 1782, and also served as lieutenant, Connecticut troops. He was an original member of the Cincinnati of Connecticut. He was born in Litchfield, Conn.; died in Fort Stoddard, Ala. Ruth Marvin Kirby (1763-1817) was a patriot who made cartridges for the army from the statue of George 3rd, which was overthrown in New York and broken up in the riots of 1775. She was born and died in Litchfield, Conn. Elnathan Smith (1738-1826) was a commissary during the Revolutionary War from Kensington, Conn., where he was born and died. [p.234] Isaac Lee (1717-1802) commanded the 6th regiment of Connecticut Colonial militia. He was born and died in Kensington, Conn. Ruth Welch Marvin (1739-83) made cartridges for the soldiers. She was born in New Milford; died in Litchfield, Conn. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 page 5 Mrs. Alberta Mcelhinny Reed. DAR ID Number: 107010 Born in Middleport, Ohio. Wife of Curtis D. Reed. [p.5] Descendant of Robert Craighead, as follows: 1. John C. McElhinny (b. 1836) m. 1858 Sarah E. McElhinny (1839-1913). 2. Robert McElhinny (1806-86) m. 1833 Mary Ann Craighead (1812-56). 3. John Craighead (1787-1838) m. Abigail Stuart (d. 1857). 4. Robert Craighead m. Mary Davidson. Robert Craighead enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Abraham Smith's company, 7th Pennsylvania regiment under Col. William Irvine. He was born, 1742, in Elizabeth, N. J. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 Mrs. Bessie Street Coburn. DAR ID Number: 107353 Born in Booneville, Miss. Descendant of John Ramsey, as follows: 1. Hugh McQueen Street (b. 1833) m. 1858 Charlotte Prindle (1841-86). 2. Donald Street (1809-72) m. 1832 Lydia McBryde (1813-66). 3. Archibald McBryde (1766-1836) m. 1797 Lydia Ramsey (1776-1861). 4. John Ramsey m. Sarah Birdsong Drake. John Ramsey (1750-1801) was drafted from Iredell County, N. C., and served at Ramsour's Mill, 1780, under Gen. William Davidson. He died, 1807. His widow received a pension in Monroe County, Tenn. Also No. 66338. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 Mrs. Mary Hudson Davidson. DAR ID Number: 107516 Born in Belton, Texas. Wife of Maj. Wilson T. Davidson, M. C. U. S. A. Descendant of James Hudson, as follows: 1. Taylor Hudson, M. D. (b. 1854), m. 1877 Nancy Elizabeth Long (b. 1854). 2. John Wesley Hudson, M. D. (1806-90), m. 2nd 1848 Loisa Crawford Kennedy (1825-1911). 3. William Hudson m. Polly Mangum. 4. James Hudson m. Martha —. James Hudson (1759-1849) was in the battle of Guilford Court House. He served several enlistments in the North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died in Sumter District, S. C. Also No. 44124. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 Mrs. Gertrude Marion Litten Platt. DAR ID Number: 107595 Born in Chicago, Ill. Wife of Denver Rigler Platt. Descendant of Sergt. George Parks, as follows: 1. Nelson L. Litten (b. 1842) m. 1870 Mary Jones Chapin (1854-91). 2. Landford Litten (1810-77) m. 1834 Elizabeth Elvira Parks (1817-53). 3. James Parks (1781-1883) m. 1806 Nancy Moore (1789-1828). 4. George Parks m. Milley Davidson. George Parks (1759-1837) received a pension, 1832, for service as sergeant under Captain Samuel Johnston and William Lenoir, North Carolina riflemen. He was born in North Carolina; died in Monroe County, Ind. Also No. 73962. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 Mrs. Alice Ewing Johnston Foster. DAR ID Number: 107796 Born in Boonville, Mo. Wife of Robert Julian Foster. Descendant of Brig.-Gen. William Davidson, as follows: 1. Thomas Alexander Johnson m. 1877 Caroline Frances Rea. 2. Peter Goodman Rea (1819-99) m. Mary Angeline Rubey (1821-96). 3. Henry Rubey m. Winiford Ewing (b. 1794). 4. Finis Ewing (1773-1841) m. 1793 Margaret Davidson (b. 1774). 5. William Davidson m. Mary Brevard. William Davidson (1746-81) was promoted brigadier-general for bravery, 1779, and was killed at Cowans Ford. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa. Also No. 83847. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 Mrs. Estelle Weaks Reily. DAR ID Number: 108190 Born in Bastrop, La. Wife of William B. Reily. Descendant of Rev. David Caldwell, Rachel Craighead Caldwell, Brig.-Gen Elijah Clarke, and Hannah Arrington Clarke, as follows: 1. James Caldwell Weaks (b. 1830) m. 1859 Nancy Hedrick (b. 1839). 2. George Weaks (1798-1850) m. 1828 Jane C. Caldwell (1808-78); Gibson C. Hedrick (1814-42) m. 1833 Isabella Kinny (1811-86). 3. James Caldwell (1772-1844) m. 1795 Ruth Penelope Davidson (1776-1815); John Hedrick (d. 1843) m. 1813 Nancy Clarke (1797-1833). 4. David Caldwell m. 1766 Rachel Craighead (1739-1825); Gibson Clarke (1772-1820). 5. Elijah Clarke m. Hannah Arrington (1737-1827). David Caldwell (1725-1824) was a member of the Constitutional Convention of North Carolina, 1776; a patriotic preacher and teacher, constantly harassed by Tories. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Rachel Craighead Caldwell (1739-1825) was a patriot of the Revolution. She was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Guilford County, N.C. Elijah Clarke (1736-99) served from Georgia as captain of a company of rangers and rose to the rank of brigadier-general. He was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga. Hannah Arrington Clarke (1737-1827) was a partiot, whose home was burned by the British and on her way to nurse her wounded husband, her horse was shot by the enemy. She was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 Mrs. Luella Linder Benson. DAR ID Number: 108635 Born in Upland, Neb. Wife of Charles Emile Benson. Descendant of Henry Guthrie, as follows: 1. W. H. Linder (1853-1911) m. 1874 Luella Harriet Thompson (b. 1854). 2. James A. Thompson (d. 1887) m. 1843 Harriet Melinda Mason (1825-1900). 3. Thomas Mason m. 1818 Eleanor Thurston Guthrie (1801-78). 4. Henry Guthrie m. 1796 Nancy Ann Schackelford (b. 1779). Henry Guthrie (1754-1837) served as private under Captains Weldon, Turner, and Hargrove, Colonels Weldon and Long, North Carolina Line. He was born in Hanover County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 page 258 Mrs. Harriett Whiting Bradford. DAR ID Number: 108843 Born in Saginaw, Mich. Wife of Charles Henry Bradford. Descendant of James Davidson, Able Mudge, and Ensign Benjamin Whiting, as follows: [p.258] 1. Nelson Whiting (1823-1901) m. 1855 Mirinda Lewis (d. 1861). 2. Lorain Whiting (1782-1833) m. 1806 Polly Mallory (1784-1851); Ely Lewis m. Sarah Ann Davidson (b. 1813). 3. John Davidson (1780-1858) m. 1799 Rhoda Mudge (1782-1860); Christopher Whiting m. 1782 Mary Wilcox. 4. James Davidson m. Elisabeth Anderson; Able Mudge m. Elisabeth Anderson; Benjamin Whiting m. Esther Merriman. James Davidson (1734-80) served as private and was taken prisoner by the British in their attack upon Elizabeth, N. J., 1780. He was born in Freehold, N. J. Also No. 89658. Able Mudge (1744-1819) served in Capt. Aaron Romley's company of Berkshire men, 1777. He was born in Sharon, Conn. Also No. 64653. Benjamin Whiting served as ensign under Lieut.-Col. Samuel Canfield's command, Connecticut militia. He was born, 1731, in Torrington, Conn., where he died. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 page 298 [p.298] Miss Virginia Crook. DAR ID Number: 108953 Born in Henderson, Tenn. Descendant of Capt. Andrew Barry, James Crook, Rosannah Waters Farrow, Capt. William Davidson, and Margaret Moore Barry, as follows: 1. Jesse Barry Crook (b. 1852) m. Olivia Farrow (b. 1855). 2. Dr. Andrew Barry Crook (1802-62) m. 2nd 1843 Ann Catherine Smith (1817-91); Philemon Berry Farrow (b. 1820) m. 1852 Mary Elizabeth Crook (b. 1835). 3. Jeremiah Crook (1792-1865) m. 1823 Polly Arnold (1803-87); James McConnell Smith (1787-1856) m. 1st 1814 Polly Patton (1794-1853); Jesse Crook m. 1st Katie Barry (parents of Andrew); Richard Farrow (1795-1872) m. 1820 Elizabeth Stewart (1804-59). 4. Andrew Barry m. Margaret Kate Moore (1752-1823); James Crook m. 1st Mary Williams; William Farrow (b. 1771) m. Rhoda Waters; Daniel Smith (1757-1844) m. 1786 Mary Davidson. 5. John Farrow m. Rosannah Waters; William Davidson m. Margaret McConnell (1748-1806). Andrew Barry (1746-1811) commanded South Carolina Rangers throughout the war. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Spartanburg County, S. C. Margaret Moore Barry (1752-1823) was a volunteer scout for the patriotic Whigs of South Carolina. She was born in Pennsylvania; died in South Carolina. Also No. 105809. James Crook (1746-1823) served as private in Col. Daniel Morgan's 11th and 15th Virginia regiments; was wounded at the battle of Bunker Hill. He was born in Virginia, removed to South Carolina, 1790, and died in Spartanburg, S. C. Also No. 74559. Rosannah Waters Farrow, a patriot, rode all night alone to make the exchange of six British soldiers for her three sons who were held as prisoners. She was born 1734 in Virginia; died in Spartanburg District, S. C. William Davidson (1750-1809) served as lieutenant in Capt. James Houston's company of North Carolina militia. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Buncombe County, N. C. Also No. 37903.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Eula Lee Davidson Salter. DAR ID Number: 109014 Born in Calhoun County, Fla. Wife of Fitzgerald Salter. Descendant of Col. John Wade Keyes, as follows: 1. James Edgar Davidson (b. 1849) m. 1875 Jane Rutledge Keyes (1852-78). 2. John Washington Keyes (1825-92) m. 1846 Julia Louisa Hentz (1829-77). 3. George Keyes (1792-1833) m. 1820 Nellie Rutledge (1799-1834). 4. John Wade Keyes m. 1773 Louisa Talbot (1756-1836). John Wade Keyes (1752-1839) responded to the call for volunteers in the Shenandoah Valley, Va., where he was living during the war. He commanded a company in Colonel Moon's regiment under General Thomas. He was born in Mystic, Mass.; died in Athens, Ga. Also No. 66454. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 page 52 Mrs. Isola Allen Reed. DAR ID Number: 109171 Born in Nashville, Tenn. Wife of James Harold Reed. Descendant of James Nourse and of Corp. Matthew Allen, as follows: 1. John Allen (b. 1853) m. 1887 Sallie Belle Winn (b. 1853). 2. Matthew Allen, Jr. (1805-90), m. 1839 Tennessee Walker (1824-66); Hezekiah Winn (1813-93) m. 1851 Matilda Huggins (d. 1863). 3. Matthew Allen m. 1775 Mary Brawner (1755-1850); Thomas Winn (1786-1862) m. 1811 Maria Bull Cooke (1784-1853). 4. John Esten Cooke (d. 1817) m. 2nd 1778 Catherine Burton Nourse (1759-1833). 5. James Nourse m. 1753 Sarah Fouace (d. 1754). James Nourse (1731-84) represented Berkeley County in the Virginia House of Delegates, 1778. In 1781 was appointed commissioner to [p.52] settle the claims of Maryland. He was born in England; died in Annapolis, Md. Also No. 76595. Matthew Allen (1750-1845) served as bombardier, matross, and corporal, Capt. James Pendleton's company, 1st artillery regiment, Virginia Continental troops. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 page 137 Mrs. Minnie L. Woods Street. DAR ID Number: 109442 Born in Fayetteville, Tenn. Wife of Hugh Street. Descendant of Paul Dismukes, as follows: 1. William Edward Woods (1851-89) m. 1873 Belle Feeney (b. 1854). 2. James Goodloe Woods (1823-95) m. 1843 Susan Jane Boyce (1824-65). 3. Joseph Boyce (b. 1799) m. 1820 Martha Jones Dismukes (1802-75). 4. Paul Dismukes m. 1788 Sarah Richardson. [p.137] Paul Dismukes (1762-1838) was placed on the pension roll of Tennessee, 1834, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 104172. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Ruth Davidson Kreim. DAR ID Number: 109498 Born in Water Valley, Miss. Wife of H. G. Kreim. Descendant of Maj. William Davidson, as follows: 1. George L. Davidson (b. 1856) m. 1892 Katherine Eddins (b. 1864). 2. F. Lawson Davidson (1812-62) m. 1855 Susan McFarland (b. 1828). 3. George Davidson (1765-1837) m. 1792 Sarah McWhirter (d. 1837). 4. William Davidson m. Margaret McConnell (1748-1806). William Davidson served as lieutenant in Capt. James Houston's company of North Carolina militia, and was promoted major after the battle of Ramsour's Mill. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died, 1809, in Buncombe County, N. C. Also No. 97616. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Amanda Asher Brown. DAR ID Number: 109541 Born in Grandview, Ill. Wife of George W. Brown. Descendant of Bartlett Asher, as follows: 1. John Asher (b. 1840) m. 1868 Emily Davidson (b. 1846). 2. John Asher (1797-1861) m. Sarah Omer (1800-76). 3. Bartlett Asher m. 1791 Margaret Curry (d. 1845). Bartlett Asher served as private under Col. George Rogers Clark, Illinois regiment. He was born, 1763, in Virginia; died in Owen County, Ind. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Emma Lillian Cannon Means. DAR ID Number: 109678 Born in Cabarrus County, N. C. Wife of George B. Means. Descendant of Maj. John Davidson, John McKnitt Alexander, Samuel Wilson and Violet Wilson, as follows: 1. William Franklin Cannon (b. 1857) m. 1881 Martha Virginia Morrison (b. 1864). 2. Theophilus Cannon (1813-84) m. 1853 Jane Bain Alexander (1831-75). 3. Benjamin Wilson Alexander (1805-65) m. 1828 Elvira D. McCoy (1804-71). 4. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 5. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818); John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (1736-89). 6. Samuel Wilson m. 1st Mary Winslow. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration and served as major in the army. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary of the Mecklenburg Convention, signer of the Declaration, and member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 75436. Samuel Wilson (1710-78) was a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Ireland; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Violet Wilson (1741-1818), a patriot, signed the resolutions addressed to the Committee of Safety at Salisbury, N. C., 1776. She was born and died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Miss Elma Holloway. DAR ID Number: 109762 Born in Woodson County, Kans. Descendant of James Scott, as follows: 1. I. N. Holloway (1831-95) m. 1865 Mary Jane Scott (b. 1843). 2. Alvah Scott (b. 1819) m. 1842 Jane Davidson (1825-1908). 3. Francis Scott (1782-1846) m. 1805 Elizabeth Axtell (1789-1864). 4. James Scott m. 2nd 1778 Rachel Forbes (1762-1827). James Scott (1741-1819) served as private, 1782, under Captains Walls and Barr, Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Washington County, Pa. Also No. 98184. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Miss Jennie Clements. DAR ID Number: 109832 Born in Bagdad, Ky. Descendant of Roger Clements, as follows: 1. F. R. Clements (b. 1839) m. 1865 Zerelda Clements (b. 1844). 2. Sechariah Clements (1796-1879) m. 1819 Verlinda Bramlett (b. 1798). 3. Roger Clements m. 1787 Hannah Clements (1768-1846). Roger Clements (1762-1835) served, 1780, as private under Captain Davidson, North Carolina troops, and later served other enlistments under different commands. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died in Kentucky. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Addie Bell Davidson. DAR ID Number: 109902 Born in Lebanon, Tenn. Wife of Hugh M. Davidson. Descendant of John Jones, as follows: 1. John Jeptha Bell (1851-95) m. 1869 Mary Ashworth (1850-1903). 2. Joseph Bell (1814-79) m. 1849 Mattie Binns Jones (1826-79). 3. John Cargill Jones (1795-1860) m. 1817 Mary Ann Walker (1800-73). 4. John Jones, Jr. (b. 1764) m. 1787 Lucy Binns Cargill (b. 1768). 5. John Jones m. Elizabeth Binns (1745-1803). John Jones (1735-1803) was a member of the Virginia Senate, 1779. He was born in Dinwiddie or Brunswick County, Va.; died in Virginia. Also No. 75657. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Mrs. Maie Davidson Moore. DAR ID Number: 109940 Born in Panola, Miss. Wife of John I. Moore. Descendant of John Davidson, as follows: 1. Junius Davidson (1825-1903) m. 1860 Mary Miles (b. 1838). 2. Ephraim Davidson (1786-1852) m. 1807 Mary (Polly) Bronk (b. 1788). 3. John Davidson m. 1st Ruth Clement. John Davidson (1750-1825) received a grant of land in Tennessee for his service as private in the North Carolina Line. He died in Maury County, Tenn. Also No. 103408.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 111 Mrs. Helen Keep Greene. DAR ID Number: 110329 Born in Oxford, Miss. Wife of James Maury Greene. Descendant of John Davidson, as follows: 1. Charles Henry Keep (1846-1912) m. 1874 Marguerite Elizabeth Davidson (1854-1907). 2. Abram W. Davidson (1822-1905) m. 1843 Susan Carothers (1827-99). 3. Ephraim Ed Davidson (1785-1850) m. 1807 Mary Brand. 4. John Davidson m. 1st Ruth Clement. John Davidson received a grant of land in Tennessee for his service as private, South Carolina Line. He died, 1825, in Maury County, Tenn. Also No. 103408. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 111 Mrs. Eugenia Hill Arnold. DAR ID Number: 110523 Born in Lexington, Va. Wife of Thomas Jackson Arnold. Descendant of Maj. Joseph Graham, Col. William Hill and Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. L. H. Hill (1821-89) m. 2nd 1848 Isabella Morrison (1825-1904). 2. Solomon Hill (1776-1825) m. 1800 Nancy Cabeen; R. H. Morrison (1798-1889) m. 1824 Mary Graham (1801-64). 3. William Hill m. Jane McCall (d. 1818); Joseph Graham m. 1787 Isabella Davidson (1761-1808). 4. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson. Joseph Graham (1758-1836) served as lieutenant, captain and major of North Carolina Rangers. He was desperately wounded at Charlotte. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Lincoln County, N. C. Also No. 71961. William Hill (1740-1816) aided the colony by casting cannon at his iron works near Yorkville. He was wounded at Hanging Rock, when serving with the York County, South Carolina militia. He was born in Ireland. Also No. 39776. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, and served as a major in the army. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 70492. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 36 [p.36] Mrs. Emeline Reed Rogers Kemp. DAR ID Number: 111109 Born in Sunshine, Texas. Wife of Jeff T. Kemp. Descendant of George Rogers, Squire Boone, Ensign James Burnett, James Reed, James Reed, Jr., and Lieut. William Cobb, as follows: 1. Jefferson Carroll Rogers (1824-85) m. 2nd 1868 Martha Reed (b. 1844). 2. George Rogers, Jr. (b. 1793), m. 1813 Elizabeth Boone (b. 1795); William Reed (1816-91) m. 1841 Emeline Cobb (1825-90). 3. George Rogers m. 1791 Elizabeth Reynolds (1772-1861); George Boone (1768-1818) m. 1789 Elizabeth — (1771-1820); Michael Reed (1777-1859) m. 1800 Martha Burnett (1780-1855); Stancil Cobb (1789-1851) m. 1810 Mela Reed (1792-1864). 4. James Reed, Jr., m. 1770 Sarah Reed (1745-1801); Squire Boone m. 1765 Jane Van Cleft (1748-1805); James Burnett m. 1770 Margaret Robinson (1750-1815); David Cobb (1760-1839) m. 2nd 1788 Martha Bryant (1770-1840). 5. James Reed m. 1730 Margaret Floyd (1712-85); William Cobb m. 1755 Sarah Stansal (1735-99). George Rogers (1764-1858) served as private, 1780-81, under Capts. Francis Triplett and Thomas Helm, Colonel Drake's Virginia regiment. In 1832 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Wayne County, Ky. Also No. 107788. Squire Boone (1734-1815) was a pioneer of Kentucky, who gave civil service and was wounded in the defense of Boonesboro. He was born in Bucks County, Pa.; died in Harrison County, Ohio. Also No. 64037. James Burnett (1741-1810) served as ensign in the Virginia troops. He was born in Sugar Tree, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. James Reed (1710-98) was a private in the Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Ireland; died in York County, Pa. James Reed, Jr. (1735-1808), in 1780-81 was a private in the 6th battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Rockingham County, N. C. William Cobb (1730-97) served as lieutenant in the North Carolina troops. He was born in Craven County; died in Wayne County, N. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 66 Miss Alice May Clark. DAR ID Number: 111203 Born in Bridgeport, Conn. Descendant of Sergt. James Davidson, as follows: 1. Walter Lewis Clark (1844-1909) m. 1878 Fannie Cornelia Williams (b. 1855) 2. Elisha A. Clark (1810-77) m. 1836 Alice Lewis (1814-81). 3. Harmon Clarke (1782-1835) m. 1809 Elizabeth Perry (1787-1824). 4. Abner Perry (1758-1843) m. 1783 Elizabeth Davidson (1762-1833). 5. James Davidson m. 1760 Ann Hine (1742-1826). [p.66] James Davidson (1737-1826) served as sergeant, 1779, in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Milford, Conn. Also No. 92004. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 138 [p.138] Miss Louis Bell Faris. DAR ID Number: 111418 Descendant of Robert Cartwright, as follows: 1. Alfred R. Faris (b. 1853) m. 1880 Susanna Linsley Chappell (1857-96). 2. Dickie Linsley Chappell (1836-1901) m. 1856 Sarah Elizabeth Cartwright (1836-93). 3. Albert Robert Cartwright (1806-63) m. 1835 Priscilla Buford Giddens (1818-87). 4. David Cartwright (1781-1813) m. Elizabeth Powell (d. 1856). 5. Robert Cartwright m. 3rd 1764 Pembroke Hunter. Robert Cartwright (1722-1809) was a signer of the Wautauga petition and served on the frontier throughout the Revolution. He was born in Princess Anne County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 94919. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Isla Cannon Henderson. DAR ID Number: 111521 Born in Cabarrus County, N. C. Wife of James Edgar Henderson. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander and of Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. Theophilus Cannon (1813-84) m. 1853 Jane Bane Alexander (1831-75). 2. Benjamin Wilson Alexander (1805-65) m. 1828 Elvira D. McCoy (1804-71). 3. William Bane Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 4. John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bane (1736-89); John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818). John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary to the Mecklenburg Convention, and a signer of the Declaration; he was also a member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration, and also served as major in the militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 105033. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Bessie Montgomery West. DAR ID Number: 111539 Born in Newtonville, Ohio. Wife of Joseph Stewart West. Descendant of Lieut. William Cowen, as follows: 1. William Eddy Montgomery (b. 1853) m. 1875 Rebecca Cowen (b. 1849). 2. Elijah Cowen (1802-79) m. 2nd 1848 Sarah Kay (1819-65). 3. William Cowen m. Barbara Pelser. William Cowen (1755-1834) served as sergeant and lieutenant under Captains Davidson, Dunlap, Adams, and Clark, Colonel Piper, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Donegal Township, Pa.; died in Newtonville, Ohio. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Mary Sadie Davidson Boardman. DAR ID Number: 111613 Born in Wardsboro, Vt. Wife of Rev. Wallace Boardman. Descendant of Capt. Job Knapp, as follows: 1. Wallace Davidson (b. 1846) m. 1871 Eva P. Sprague (b. 1849). 2. Isaac Sprague (1824-1902) m. 1st 1848 P. Phidora G. Knapp (b. 1830). 3. Hiram Knapp (1803-59) m. 1828 Elvira S. Stearns (1804-80). 4. Cyrus Knapp (1769-1852) m. 1792 Thankful Stearns. 5. Job Knapp m. Ruth Reed (1747-1811). Job Knapp (1740-85) was lieutenant in Capt. Edward Segrave's company, 1775, and in 1781 was promoted captain and served under Col. Job Cushing. He was born in Douglass, Mass. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Caldine Bradfield Simpson. DAR ID Number: 111818 Born in La Grange, Ga. Wife of Taliaferro Strother Simpson. Descendant of Maj. John Davidson, as follows: 1. Dr. John W. Bradfield (b. 1858) m. 1882 Elizabeth Davidson (b. 1858). 2. Dr. Joseph Malcolm Davidson (1827-97) m. 1854 Mary Caldwell (1833-97). 3. Benjamin Wilson Davidson (1787-1829) m. 1818 Betsy Latta (1797-1839). 4. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1828). See No. 111521. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Geneva Ann Etter Mcchesney. DAR ID Number: 111924 Born in Macaupin County, Ill. Descendant of Ensign Daniel Allen, as follows: 1. George Etter (1833-1907) m. 1860 Clarinda Tennessee Lawder (1842-1911). 2. Matthew Lawder (1802-75) m. 1827 Allie Davidson (1809-87). 3. John Davidson m. Sarah Jane Allen. 4. Daniel Allen m. 1788 Alathea Hale (1772-1858). Daniel Allen served as ensign in Capt. William Bethel's company, North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died, 1834, in Giles County, Tenn.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Harriet Alexander Boyd. DAR ID Number: 111980 Born in Beresford, Fla. Wife of Robert H. Boyd. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander, as follows: 1. Andrew Henderson Alexander (1829-1907) m. 1866 Frances Eugenia McLean (1843-1914). 2. John Ramsey Alexander (1801-73) m. 1823 Harriet Henderson (1806-82). 3. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1824). See No. 111521. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113 Mrs. Minnie Louise Bowen Davidson. DAR ID Number: 112289 Born in Wabasha County, Minn. Wife of James Clarence Davidson. Descendant of Capt. Joab Stafford, as follows: 1. Edwin Alphonso Bowen (1823-96) m. 1853 Mary Lavina Disney (1835-90). See No. 112016. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113 page 118 Mrs. Mary Henderson Walker. DAR ID Number: 112358 Born in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Wife of A. T. Walker. Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander, John Davidson, Samuel Wilson, John McDowell, and David Robinson, as follows: 1. Joseph McKnitt Henderson (1828-77) m. 1858 Leonora Simril (1832-1907). 2. David R. Henderson (1793-1846) m. 1820 Margaret Davidson Alexander (1797-1854); Francis Simril (1808-61) m. 1827 Eliza McDowell (1807-65). 3. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821); John McDowell, Jr. (1775-1843), m. 1799 Rebecca Davis (1780-1858); Andrew Henderson (1753-1837) m. 1780 Elizabeth Robinson (1758-1843). 4. John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (1736-89); John Davidson m. Violet Wilson; John McDowell m. 1772 Jane Parks (1746-1824); David Robinson m. 1750 Mary Hayes. 5. Samuel Wilson m. 1st Mary Winslow. John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1817) was secretary of the Mecklenburg Convention, signer of the Declaration, and member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaraation and served as major in the army. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Samuel Wilson (1710-78) was a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Ireland; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 109678. John McDowell (1743-95) was a member of the Assembly of Burke County, N. C., and rose to the rank of colonel of militia; engaged in the battles of Camden, Musgrove Mills, and Kings Mountain. [p.118] He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 77113. David Robinson (1726-1808) received pay for service in the Revolution. He died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 97184. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113 Miss Mary Jane Haynes. DAR ID Number: 112405 Born in Colton Hill, W. Va. Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Thomas, as follows: 1. James Haynes (1833-1900) m. 1862 Susan Elizabeth Shanklin (1841-1910). 2. Andrew Davidson 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. 105386. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113 page 159 Mrs. Jane I. Palmer. DAR ID Number: 112485 Born in Princeton, Ill. Wife of Dr. Charles A. Palmer. Descendant of James Herron, as follows: [p.159] 1. James Starr Eikel (1827-1907) m. 1854 Margaret Davidson Herron (1830-92). 2. James Herron, Jr. (1805-46), m. 1825 Isabella Johnston (1811-82). 3. James Herron m. Margaret Davidson. James Herron (1754-1829) served as private in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Franklin County; died in Shippensburg, Pa. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 113 page 277 Mrs. Frances Stillman Davidson. DAR ID Number: 112849 Born in Lewistown, Ill. Wife of Gaylord Davidson. Descendant of James Jordan, as follows: [p.277] 1. Henry B. Stillman (1821-79) m. 2nd 1872 Ella A. Miner (b. 1852). 2. Francis Miner (1808-64) m. Myra Jordan (1810-55). 3. Joseph Jordan (1781-1861) m. 1809 Abigail Lowe Brown (1790-1855). 4. James Jordan m. 1781 Hannah Roberts (1759-1843). James Jordan (1746-1813) served as matross in Capt. Abner Lowell's company, 1776, stationed at Falmouth, Cumberland County, Me. He was born in Falmouth; died in Monroe, Me. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 25 Mrs. Annie Kate Blythe Ingram. DAR ID Number: 113062 Born in Huntersville, N. C. Wife of B. W. Ingram. [p.25] Descendant of John McKnitt Alexander, as follows: 1. Richard Samuel Blythe (b. 1859) m. 1887 Virginia Beauregard Gamble (b. 1862). 2. Richard Franklin Blythe (1824-85) m. 1848 Violet Jane McCoy (1829-99). 3. Marshall R. McCoy (d. 1854) m. 1828 Rebecca E. Alexander (1803-97). 4. William Bain Alexander (1764-1844) m. 1790 Violet Davidson (1771-1821). 5. John McKnitt Alexander m. 1759 Jane Bain (1736-89). John McKnitt Alexander (1733-1810) was secretary to the Mecklenburg Convention, and a Signer of the Declaration; he was also a member of the Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in North Carolina. Also No. 105033. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 159 [p.159] Mrs. Lena Mcclenahan Norris. DAR ID Number: 113478 Born in Adair County, Mo. Wife of Frank Lester Norris. Descendant of Joshua Wayland, as follows: 1. John Davidson McClenahan (b. 1843) m. 1867 Jeanette Wayland (1852-1914). 2. Lewis Wayland (1812-68) m. 1835 Jane Horn (1812-1900). 3. Joseph Wayland (b. 1784) m. 1st Mary Roland. 4. Joshua Wayland m. 1781 Rachel Coty (1765-1841). Joshua Wayland (1760-1823) enlisted, 1777, as fifer in Capt. Gillison's company, 10th Virginia regiment. In 1819 he applied for a pension, which was granted. He was born in Virginia; died in Henry County, Ky. Also No. 101839. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 Miss Emma Ray Little. DAR ID Number: 113567 Born in Little's Mills, N. C. Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows: 1. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832). 2. Absalom Myers (1794-1864) m. 1829 Adeline Boggan (1812-65). 3. Patrick Boggan (d. 1818) m. 1807 Martha Davidson (1788-1850). 4. George Davidson m. 2nd Barzilla Atkins; Patrick Boggan m. Mary Dobbs (d. 1831). George Davidson was captain of the first North Carolina regiment of Rangers under Col. James Moore; and in 1776 was appointed major. He was born about 1750; died, after 1802, in Kentucky. Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the Battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in North Carolina. Also No. 57574. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 191 Mrs. Margaret Minerva Clayton Keeling. DAR ID Number: 113571 Born in Hendersonville, N. C. Wife of Edwin Duease Keeling. Descendant of Lieut. William Davidson, as follows: 1. William Benjamin Clayton (b. 1846) m. 1876 Ellen Sophronia Davidson (b. 1856). 2. William Franklin Davidson (1812-1902) m. 1839 Minerva Foster (1820-90). [p.191] 3. Samuel W. Davidson (1781-1858) m. Martha McRee (d. 1849). 4. William Davidson m. Margaret McConnell. William Davidson served as lieutenant in Capt. James Houston's company of North Carolina militia, and was promoted major after the Battle of Ramsour's Mill. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died, 1809, in Buncombe County, N. C. Also No. 97616.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 Mrs. Fannie Little Turner. DAR ID Number: 113575 Born in Little's Mills, N. C. Wife of Dr. James A. Turner. Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows: 1. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832). See No. 113567. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 page 9 Mrs. Nannie Dudley Pilcher Folk. DAR ID Number: 114026 Born in Davidson County, Tenn. Wife of Reau Estes Folk. Descendant of John Caldwell, as follows: 1. Matthew Barrow Pilcher (1840-1908) m. 1867 Judith Dudley Winston (1842-1909). [p.9] 2. John Dudley Winston (1805-73) m. 1831 Ann Jane Caldwell (1810-75). 3. William Caldwell (1777-1854) m. 2nd Ann Trabue (d. 1829). 4. John Caldwell m. 1st 1775 Dicy Mann. John Caldwell (1747-1829) was a soldier in the Virginia Line. He was born in Lunenburg County, Va.; died in Columbia, Ky. Also No. 73454. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 Mrs. Ethel Cunningham. DAR ID Number: 114226 Born in Evanston, Ill. Wife of Robert Davidson Cunningham. Descendant of Corp. Seth Pattee, as follows: 1. John B. Williams (1847-82) m. 1871 Lydia Pattee (b. 1850). 2. George W. Pattee (1820-68) m. 1845 Lydia Bagley (1827-57). 3. Eliphalet Pattee (1775-1854) m. 1802 Nabby Saunders (1783-1825). 4. Seth Pattee m. Susanna Pattee. Seth Pattee signed the Association Test of Salem, N. H., 1776. He was born in Salem. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 Mrs. Edith Sloan Hutcheson. DAR ID Number: 114344 Born in Atchison, Kans. Wife of Charles Gregory Hutcheson. Descendant of Brigadier General William Davidson, as follows: 1. Charles Clarence Sloan (b. 1856) m. 1878 Mary Addoms (1859-85). 2. Alfred Baxter Sloan (1827-1900) m. 1855 Mary Ann Railey (1838-87). 3. Rev. Robert Sloan (1801-68) m. 1826 Margaret Davidson (1807-97). 4. Finis Ewing Sloan (1773-1841) m. 1793 Margaret Davidson (1774-1868). 5. William Davidson m. Mary Brevard. William Davidson (1746-81) was promoted brigadier general for bravery, 1779, and was killed at Cowans Ford. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa. Also No. 107796. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 page 108 [p.108] Miss Jessie Alice Blair. DAR ID Number: 114349 Born in Sedalia, Mo. Descendant of Lieut. Absalom Blair, Henry Middleswart, Capt. William McMechen, James McMechen, Moses Williamson, Ensign Samuel Williamson, and Solomon Bliss, as follows: 1. Reuben Almond Blair (1841-1902) m. 1868 Susan Adeline Middleswart (1843-1900). 2. Reuben Bliss Blair (1804-49) m. 1828 Mary Boswell Miller (1812-89); Franklin Middleswart (1810-50) m. 1842 Mary Ann Williamson (1825-1912). 3. Young Blair (1767-1827) m. Rebecca Bliss; Henry Middleswart m. 2nd Sarah Clark (1767-1852); James Williamson (1779-1843) m. 1805 Mary McMechen (1784-1853). 4. Absalom Blair m. Martha Young (1742-1829); James McMechen m. 1779 Hannah Davidson (1757-1841); Samuel Williamson m. Sarah Claypool (Claypole); Solomon Bliss m. 1762 Martha Young. 5. William McMechen m. 1744 Rachel Rosanna Nivens (b. 1728); Moses Williamson m. 1744 Jane Mills (1726-97). Absalom Blair (1742-1800) served on the alarms in the Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia, under Capt. Samuel Clark, 1779-81. He was commissioned lieutenant in the 2nd company, 2nd regiment of militia. He was born in Warren; died in Williamstown, Mass. Also No. 68939. Solomon Bliss (1737-1803) served as private in the Burgoyne campaign under Capt. Joseph Cutler. He was born and died in Warren, Mass. Also No. 108118. Henry Middleswart (1755-1823) served as a private in the Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Somerset, N. J.; died in Newport, Ohio. William McMechen (1724-97) commanded a company in the Virginia militia, 1775. He was born in Delaware; died in Ohio County, W. Va. James McMechen (1748-1825) served as a private in Capt. William Harrod's company to patrol the Ohio Valley. He was born in Maryland; died in West Virginia. Moses Williamson was a private in the Virginia militia and signed the Oath of Allegiance. He was born in Maryland. His will was proved February, 1792. Samuel Williamson (1745-1808) served as ensign, 1778, in the Virginia militia and signed the Oath of Allegiance. He was born in Maryland; died in Washington County, Ohio. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 Mrs. Amanda Pearl Huffard Porterfield. DAR ID Number: 114486 Born in Wytheville, Va. Wife of John Porterfield. Descendant of Matthias Hoffer and of Lieut. John Buchanan, as follows: 1. Samuel Rush Huffard (b. 1855) m. 1881 Bettie J. Buchanan (b. 1858). 2. William M. Huffard (1820-1900) m. 1849 Jane R. Davidson (1829-97); Israel Hytor Buchanan (1824-98) m. 1857 Amanda Copenhaver (b. 1836). 3. Henry Huffard (Haffer) (1781-1850) m. 2nd 1815 Margarette Whitman (b. 1798); James Buchanan (1781-1829) m. 1813 Nancy Jean Reyburn (1795-1854). 4. Rudolph Hoffer (1747-1826) m. 1770 Mary Catharine Hoffer; Patrick Buchanan (1754-86) m. Elizabeth Hytor. 5. Matthias Hoffer m. 1745 Maria Wahlweider (1727-78); John Buchanan m. 1745 Martha Buchanan (b. 1726). Matthias Hoffer (1718-1803) in 1778 was a private in Capt. John Gingery's company, Col. John Huber's regiment, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Basle, Switzerland; died in Dauphin County, Pa. John Buchanan (1724-77) was commissioned lieutenant, 1776, and subsequently served as first lieutenant. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died of wounds received at the Battle of Germantown. Also No. 77392. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 page 175 Mrs. Mary Rhea Donnelly. DAR ID Number: 114562 Born in Johnson County, Tenn. Wife of Dr. J. S. Donnelly. Descendant of Mathew Rhea, as follows: [p.175] 1. Robert Campbell Rhea (1837-1911) m. 1867 Margaret Caroline McQueen (b. 1847). 2. Robert Preston Rhea (1797-1872) m. 1823 Nancy Davidson (1802-74). 3. Mathew Rhea m. 1778 Jane Preston (1715-1800). Mathew Rhea (1754-1816) in 1779 was commissioned lieutenant, serving with the Virginia troops. He was born in Donegal, Ireland; died in Blountville, Tenn. Also No. 42089. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Miss Jean Josephine Stewart. DAR ID Number: 115023 Born in Mahoning County, Ohio. Descendant of Elijah Stewart, as follows: 1. David Craig Stewart (b. 1842) m. 1871 Margaret Frances Davidson (b. 1844). 2. William Stewart, Jr. (1808-27), m. 1833 Jane Brownlee (1814-62). 3. William Stewart (1765-1841) m. 1799 Mary (Stewart) (1776-1851). 4. Elijah Stewart m. Mary Patterson (parents of Mary). Elijah Stewart served as a private in Capt. James Cowden's company, Pennsylvania troops. He was born in Lancaster County; died, 1807, in Dauphin County, Pa. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 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. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 136 [p.136] Miss Ida June Gibson. DAR ID Number: 115433 Born in Warsaw, Ky. Descendant of Roger Clements, as follows: 1. J. W. Gibson (b. 1853) m. 1878 Ida June Hogan (b. 1756). 2. Elijah Hogan (1825-96) m. 1853 Elesbeth Clements (b. 1826). 3. David Clements (1792-1867) m. 1815 Polly Hance (d. 1878). 4. Roger Clements m. 1787 Hannah Clements (1768-1846). Roger Clements (1762-1835) served, 1780, as private under Captain Davidson, North Carolina troops, and later served other enlistments under different commands. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died in Kentucky. Also No. 109832.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Eda Brady Robertson. DAR ID Number: 115489 Born in Davidson, N. C. Wife of B. S. Robertson. Descendant of Samuel Hart, as follows: 1. Rufus A. Brady (1830-91) m. 1856 Martha J. R. Hart (b. 1837). 2. Samuel Hart, Jr. (1793-1877), m. 1825 Frances Booker (1792-1857). 3. Samuel Hart m. 1787 Elizabeth Hall (d. 1837). Samuel Hart (1756-1837) received a pension for service as private, North Carolina troops, 1775-78. He was wounded in the Battle of Brandywine and fought in the Battle of Germantown. He died in North Carolina. Also No. 105387. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 193 Miss Laura Glenn Little. DAR ID Number: 115613 Born in Little's Mills, N. C. Descendant of Maj. George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows: 1. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832). 2. Absolom Myers (1794-1864) m. 1829 Adeline Boggan (1812-65). 3. Patrick Boggan, Jr., m. Martha Davidson (1788-1850). 4. Patrick Boggan m. Mary (Betsy) Dabbs (d. 1831); George Davidson m. 2nd Barzilla Atkins. George Davidson was captain of the 1st North Carolina regiment of rangers under Col. James Moore and in 1776 was appointed major. [p.193] He was born about 1750; died, after 1802, in Kentucky. Also No. 57374. Patrick Boggan (1750-1816) was a regulator and one of the first to cry out against the aggressive rule of Governor Tryon. He commanded a company at the Battle of Alamance. He was born in Ireland; died in North Carolina. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Miss Rosa Leake Little. DAR ID Number: 115614 Born in Wadesboro, N. C. Descendant of Major George Davidson and of Capt. Patrick Boggan, as follows: 1. Calvin Myers Little (1860-97) m. 1884 Alice J. Leake (1863-93). 2. John Phillips Little (1827-1905) m. 1852 Fanny Myers (b. 1832). See No. 113613. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Lydia Davidson Jones. DAR ID Number: 115622 Born in Belle Vernon, Pa. Wife of Walter Rozelle Jones. Descendant of Thomas Thomas, as follows: 1. James Davidson (1816-98) m. 1836 Rosa Ann Thomas (1816-87). 2. Benjamin Thomas (1787-1857) m. 1811 Hannah Alexander (1791-1863). 3. Thomas Thomas m. 1783 Mary U. Grimes (1763-1837). Thomas Thomas (1761-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Westmoreland County, Pa., 1833, for service as private New Jersey militia. He was born in Burlington, N. J.; died in Monongahela, Pa. Also No. 95194. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Clara Evelyn Lee Honig. DAR ID Number: 115717 Born in Marshfield, Mo. Wife of Simion T. Honig. Descendant of Joshua Lee, as follows: 1. Joshua Lorenza Lee (1838-94) m. Cynthia Perry Hepler (b. 1843). 2. Green Hill Lee m. Irene B. Walker. 3. Joshua Lee m. Fanny King. Joshua Lee (1764-1846) served as private in Capt. John Watts' company, 1st regiment, Light Dragoons, Continental troops. He was born in Westmoreland County, Va.; died in Davidson County, N. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Lorene Newton Nichols. DAR ID Number: 115732 Born in Bainbridge, N. Y. Wife of Leo L. Nichols. Descendant of Sergt. James Nichols, as follows: 1. James M. Newton (1837-89) m. 1870 Emma Davidson (b. 1849). 2. Marshall Newton (1795-1864) m. 1819 Prudence Aylesworth (1799-1886). 3. Amasa Newton m. Jemima Nichols (1770-1847). 4. James Nichols m. 1763 Jemima Morris (1742-1807). See No. 115481. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 239 Mrs. Merle A. Davidson Leach. DAR ID Number: 115759 Born in Carrington, Mo. Wife of George E. Leach. Descendant of James Watson, as follows: 1. Dr. Charles Oliver Davidson (b. 1856) m. 1879 Jalie Emily Adams (b. 1862). 2. John J. Adams (1825-1911) m. 1853 Adaline Finley (1831-85). 3. Milton Finley (1808-75) m. 1827 Elizabeth Grant (1808-69). 4. Alexander Finley (1776-1836) m. 1796 Elizabeth Watson (1776-1835). 5. James Watson m. Jean Craig. [p.239] James Watson in 1782 served in the South Carolina militia. He was born in Franklin County, Pa.; died in York County, S. C. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Maude Davidson Pearman. DAR ID Number: 115760 Born in Carrington, Mo. Wife of William R. Pearman. Descendant of James Watson, as follows: 1. Dr. Charles Oliver Davidson (b. 1856) m. 1879 Jalie Emily Adams (b. 1862) See No. 115759. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 257 Mrs. Jessie Arvilla Knowles Kinnie. DAR ID Number: 115822 Born in Portland, Ohio. Wife of Benjamin E. Kinnie. Descendant of Capt. Daniel Fisher, Henry Middleswart, Moses Williamson, Samuel Williamson, James Knowles, Maj. Eleazer Curtis, Sergt. Eleazer Curtis, 2nd, Capt. William McMechen and James McMechen, as follows: 1. Charles Gilman Knowles (b. 1840) m. 1866 Mary Alice Middleswart (1845-1903). 2. Horace Curtis Knowles (1818-1900) m. 1838 Mary Elizabeth Sargent (1820-1909); Franklin Middleswart (1810-60) m. 1842 Mary Ann Williamson (1825-1912). 3. Samuel Knowles (1787-1870) m. 1815 Clarissa Curtis (1796-1827); Charles Sargent m. 1817 Elizabeth Philips Gilman (1797-1885); Henry Middleswart (1755-1823) m. 2nd Sarah Clark (1767-1852); James Williamson (1779-1843) m. 1805 Mary McMechen (1784-1853). 4. James Knowles m. 1767 Martha Smith (1746-1838); Bartholomew Gilman (1773-1823) m. Elizabeth Fisher (1774-1863); Samuel Williamson (1745-1808) m. 1767 Sarah Claypool; Eleazer Curtis, Jr. m. 1782 Eunice Starr (1765-1814); James McMechen m. 1779 Hanna Davidson (1757-1841). 5. Daniel Fisher m. 1770 Sybil Draper (1750-1823); Moses Williamson m. 1744 Jane Mills (1726-97); Eleazer Curtis m. 1759 Mary —. Daniel Fisher (1744-1824) served as private in Capt. Joseph Guild's company, Colonel Greaton's regiment at the Battle of Lexington; commissioned captain in Colonel McIntosh's 1st Suffolk County regiment. He was born in Dedham, Mass.; died in Belpre, Ohio. Also No. 87612. Henry Middleswart (1755-1823) served as private, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Somerset County, N. J.; died in Newport, Ohio. Moses Williamson was a private in the Virginia Militia and signed the Oath of Allegiance. He was born in Maryland; his will was proved February, 1792. William McMechen (1724-97) commanded a company in the Virginia militia, 1775. He was born in Delaware; died in Ohio County, W. Va. William McMechen, Jr. (1748-1825), served as a private in Capt. William Harrod's company to patrol the Ohio Valley. He was born in Maryland; died in West Virginia. Also No. 65458. James Knowles (1752-1830) enlisted, 1777, in Captain Sizer's company of artificers and served until June, 1783. He was born in [p.257] Middlesex County, Conn.; died in Athens County, Ohio. Eleazer Curtis (1736-88) was major, 1778, in Colonel Enos' Connecticut regiment. He was born in Lebanon; died in Litchfield, Conn. Eleazer Curtis, Jr. (1759-1801), was sergeant, Connecticut Line. He was born in Warren, Conn.; died in Belpre, Ohio. Samuel Williamson (1745-1808) was private in Virginia militia and took Oath of Allegiance. He was born in St. Mary's County, Md. died in Grand View, Ohio. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Willie Dunlap Rice. DAR ID Number: 115856 Born in Davidson County, Tenn. Wife of John E. Rice. Descendant of Hugh Dunlap, as follows: 1. James Trimble Dunlap (1812-79) m. 2nd 1855 Martha Spence (1831-97). 2. Hugh Dunlap m. 1794 Susanna Harding Gillum (1775-1855). Hugh Dunlap (1763-1846) served at Kings Mountain under Sumter, Marion and Winn. He was born in Londonderry, Ireland; died in Paris, Tenn. Also No. 75508.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 page 4 Miss Jennie Christman. DAR ID Number: 116009 Born in Williamsport, Ind. Descendant of Jacob Gundy and of Joseph Gundy, as follows: 1. Isaac Christman (1823-1912) m. 1843 Elizabeth Gundy (1823-82). 2. Joseph Gundy (1786-1864) m. 1821 Sally Davidson (1803-57). 3. Jacob Gundy m. 1786 Katherine Maury. 4. Joseph Gundy m. Martha —–. Jacob Gundy (1765-1845) served as private under Captains Sebastian [p.4] Wolf and Wendel Weaver, Colonels Carpenter and Zimmerman, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Illinois. Joseph Gundy (1732-1808) served as private, Pennsylvania Line. He was born and died in Pennsylvania. Also No. 99693. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Sarah J. Gundy Dayton. DAR ID Number: 116011 Born in Bismarck, Ill. Wife of W. H. Dayton. Descendant of Jacob Gundy and of Joseph Gundy, as follows: 1. Joseph Gundy (1796-1864) m. 1821 Sally Davidson (1803-57). See No. 116009. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Katharine Gundy Lee. DAR ID Number: 116012 Born in Bismarck, Ill. Wife of Milton Lee. Descendant of Jacob Gundy and of Joseph Gundy, as follows: 1. Joseph Gundy (1796-1864) m. 1821 Sally Davidson (1803-57). See No. 116009. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 page 11 Mrs. Bertha Roach Mcdonald. DAR ID Number: 116034 Born in Decatur, Ill. Wife of Rev. Juett Noble McDonald. [p.11] Descendant of Jonathan Smith, Capt. Christian Brown, George Warner and Ensign Nicholas Warner, as follows: 1. James Furman Roach (b. 1847) m. 1870 Mary Hallock (b. 1850). 2. James Gabriel Roach (1817-73) m. 1843 Eleanor Craven Davidson (1823-1906); Joseph Dill Hallock (1826-91) m. 1849 Catherine Sloan (1828-1910). 3. James Hanna Davidson m. Harriet Byron Smith (1780-1854); Daniel Dunham Sloan (1805-63) m. 1826 Catherine Shafer Brown (1807-1900). 4. Jonathan Smith m. Mary Turman; Christian Brown, Jr., m. Helena Warner (b. 1781). 5. Christian Brown m. 1760 Elizabeth Hagar (b. 1738); Nicholas Warner m. Maria Shafer. 6. George Warner m. 1745 Lana Mattice. Jonathan Smith (1758-1851) served as private in the Hunterdon County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Hunterdon County; died in Elkton, Ky., where he received a pension. Also No. 96625. Christian Brown (1738-81) commanded a company of Albany County militia, 1778, and served to the close of the war. He was born in Ulster County; died in Cobleskill, N. Y. George Warner (1720-1815) was a prominent Whig and served on committees. In 1782 he was captured, carried to Canada and not exchanged for eleven months. He was born in Germany; died in Schoharie, N. Y. Also No. 86408. Nicholas Warner (1747-1838) served as ensign in the Albany County militia at Cobleskill Battle, 1778. He acted as scout, was captured by the Indians, 1782, but made his escape. He was born in Schoharie; died in Cobleskill, N. Y. Also No. 50267. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Adaliza Dean Davidson. DAR ID Number: 116058 Born in Lacona, N. Y. Wife of James Davidson. Descendant of John Hinds, as follows: 1. Gardner Dean (b. 1816) m. 1840 Clarissa A. White (1820-83). 2. Samuel Dean (1778-1848) m. Hannah Hinds (d. 1846). 3. John Hinds m. 1st Olive Valentine. John Hinds (1759-1830) served as private in Capt. Job Pierce's company, Colonel Sprout's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Middleboro, Mass. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 page 113 [p.113] Mrs. Lottie Alexander Pendleton. DAR ID Number: 116363 Born in Meclkenburg County, N. C. Wife of James Pendleton. Descendant of Rev. David Caldwell, as follows: 1. Robert Davidson Alexander (1860-1902) m. 1882 Christian Norwood (b. 1860). 2. John Brevard Alexander (1834-1911) m. 1858 Annie Lowrie (1834-93). 3. Robert Davidson Alexander (1796-1863) m. 1829 Abigail Caldwell (1807-89). 4. Samuel Craighead Caldwell (1768-1826) m. 2nd 1804 Elizabeth Lindsey (1784-1825). 5. David Caldwell m. Rachel Craighead (1739-1825). David Caldwell (1725-1824) was a member of the Constitutional Convention of North Carolina, 1776. He was a patriotic preacher and teacher and was constantly harassed by the Tories. In 1781 the British encamped on his plantation and burned his house. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Guilford County, N. C. Also No. 104817. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 page 154 Mrs. Laura O'Connor Burns. DAR ID Number: 116496 Born in Franklin, Tenn. Wife of Lloyd L. Burns. [p.154] Descendant of Richard Clinton, as follows: 1. Jerome St. John**** O'Connor (1837-1913) m. 1873 Henrietta Blackman (b. 1845). 2. Albert Washington Blackman (1815-53) m. 1835 Elizabeth Hardway Andrews (1816-79). 3. Bennett Blackman (1773-1833) m. Anna Clinton (1785-1849). 4. Richard Clinton m. 1781 Marcella Turbeville (1763-1829). Richard Clinton (1755-1839) received a pension on claim executed, 1832, in Davidson County, Tenn., for service as private, South Carolina troops. He was born in England; died in Maury County, Tenn. Also No. 76314. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Letta Davidson Webster. DAR ID Number: 116629 Born in Los Angeles, Calif. Wife of Maj. Edmund Kirby Webster. Descendant of John Hunter and of John Chapman Hunter, as follows: 1. John Winn Davidson (1825-81) m. 1852 Clara Britannia McGunnegle (1832-1914). 2. William Davidson (d. 1840) m. 1823 Eliza Hunter (b. 1800). 3. John Chapman Hunter m. Sarah Dade Triplett. 4. John Hunter m. 1758 Elizabeth Chapman (1738-1812). John Hunter served as private in Capt. James Mason's company, 15th Virginia regiment. He was born in Scotland; died, 1800, in Alexandria, Va. John Chapman Hunter served as private, Virginia Line. He was born and died in Alexandria, Va. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Bessie Margaret Smith Newman. DAR ID Number: 116746 Born in Johnson County, Texas. Wife of Benjamin W. Newman. Descendant of Ensign Daniel Allen, as follows: 1. Luther Rice Smith (b. 1846) m. 2nd 1875 Geneva Ann Etter (b. 1862). 2. George Etter (1833-1909) m. 1860 Clarinda Tennessee Lowder (1842-1911). 3. Matthew Lowder (1802-75) m. 1827 Alethea Davidson (1809-87). 4. John Davidson m. Sarah Jane Allen. 5. Daniel Allen m. 1788 Aletha Hale (1772-1858). Daniel Allen (1759-1834) served as ensign in Capt. William Bethel's company, North Carolina Line. He was born in North Carolina; died in Giles County, Tenn. Also No. 111924. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Mary Alice Carpenter Bacon. DAR ID Number: 116844 Born in Providence, R. I. Wife of Willard H. Bacon. Descendant of Col. Thomas Carpenter, as follows: 2. John Walker (1804-43) m. 1827 Mary Soul (1807-45). 2. Jonathan Bliss Carpenter (1822-57) m. 1846 Lydia Ann Walcott (1818-86). 3. James Soul (1800-57) m. 1805 Mary Eaton Davidson (1784-1864). 4. James Carpenter (1767-1812) m. 1788 Lucy Bliss (1769-1817). 5. Thomas Carpenter m. 1754 Elizabeth Moulton (1736-1804). Thomas Carpenter (1733-1807) was deputy, 1777, to the General Court, and, 1776, was commissioned colonel of the 1st Bristol County regiment, Massachusetts militia, under General Lincoln. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass. Also No. 89957.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 Mrs. Agnes Shaffer Arey. DAR ID Number: 116847 Born in Utica, N. Y. Wife of Allen C. Arey. Descendant of Nathaniel Davidson, as follows: 1. Peter Shaffer (1839-79) m. 1872 Cornelia E. Walker (1844-81). 2. John Walker (1804-43) m. 1827 Mary Soul (1807-45). 3. James Soul (1800-57) m. 1805 Mary Eaton Davidson (1784-1864). 4. Nathaniel Davidson m. 1783 Lydia Eaton (1765-1834). Nathaniel Davidson (1750-1793) served as a private in Capt. Samuel Dearborn's company, the regiment raised for Continental Service in New Hampshire, 1778. He was born and died in Goffs Town, N. H. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Pease Davidson. DAR ID Number: 117235 Born in Ellington, Conn. Wife of Cecil B. Davidson. Descendant of Samuel Pease, as follows: 1. Edgar G. Pease (b. 1856) m. 1892 Margaret Nichols (b. 1862). 2. Lathrop Pease (1809-84) m. 1841 Sally Goodell (1815-99). 3. Jonathan Pease (1778-1869) m. 1800 Eleanor Gleason (1780-1871). 4. Samuel Pease m. 1st 1768 Hannah Booth. Samuel Pease (1746-1815) marched on the Lexington Alarm from Enfield, Conn., where he was born and died. Also No. 115055. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 Mrs. Mary Aldridge Davies. DAR ID Number: 117267 Born in Georgia. Wife of Marvin McTyeire Davies. Descendant of Thomas Leverett, as follows: 1. Nathan George Aldridge (b. 1847) m. 1869 Martha Elizabeth Davidson (b. 1849). 2. Elias Davidson (1813-98) m. 1840 Lucretia Jane Leverette (1825-1908). 3. Thomas J. Leverette (b. 1797) m. Jane Dowdell. 4. Thomas Leverett m. 2nd 1789 Mary G. Griffin (1772-1848). Thomas Leverett (1755-1834) served as private in Capt. John Clark's company, Colonels Clark, Dunn and Alexander's regiments, Georgia Line. He died in Troup County, Ga. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 189 [p.189] Mrs. Cecile Nugent Harris. DAR ID Number: 117609 Wife of George Carroll Harris. Descendant of Thomas Hardeman, as follows: 1. William Lewis Nugent (1833-97) m. 2nd 1870 Annie Webb. 2. John Nugent (1792-1873) m. 1827 Anne Lewis (1807-66). 3. Seth Lewis (1764-1848) m. 1790 Nancy Hardeman (b. 1774). 4. Thomas Hardeman m. 1770 Nancy Perkins. Thomas Hardeman (1750-98) served as private in Captain Bean's company at the Battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in Albemarle County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 114868. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 Mrs. Nettie F. Farris Mather. DAR ID Number: 117673 Born in Marshall, Mo. Wife of Rev. Thomas Mather. Descendant of Robert Cartwright, as follows: 1. Alfred Ramsom Farris (b. 1853) m. 1880 Susanna Linsley Chappell (1857-96). 2. Dickey Linsley Chappell (1836-1901) m. 1856 Sarah Elizabeth Cartwright (1836-93). 3. Albert Robert Cartwright (1806-63) m. 1835 Priscilla Buford Geddus (1818-87). 4. David Cartwright (1781-1813) m. Elizabeth Powell (d. 1856). 5. Robert Cartwright m. 3rd 1764 Pembroke Hunter. Robert Cartwright (1722-1809) was a signer of the Wautauga petition and served on the frontier throughout the Revolution. He was born in Princess Anne County, Va.; died in Davidson County, Tenn. Also No. 111418. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 215 [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. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 273 Miss Harriet Howell Orr. DAR ID Number: 117871 Born in Charlotte, N. C. Descendant of Col. Jacob Drake, James Orr, Samuel Wilson, Violet Wilson, Maj. Joseph Graham, Maj. John Davidson and Peter Epes, as follows: 1. Harvey Howell Orr (b. 1865) m. 1886 Sallie Summey (b. 1867). 2. Augustus Junius Orr (1838-66) m. 1863 Harriet Newell Howell (b. 1846). 3. James Harvey Orr (1802-45) m. 2nd 1837 Mary Ann Graham (1816-55); Stephen Meeker Howell (1820-1906) m. 1844 Martha Little (1826-1914). 4. John Hannah Orr (1775-1852) m. 2nd Mary Williamson (1780-1806); John D. Graham (d. 1847) m. 1815 Betsy Connor (b. 1792); Stephen Howell (1789-1865) m. Esther Wade (d. 1876). 5. James Orr m. Emily Hannah; Joseph Graham m. 1787 Isabella Davidson (1761-1808); Charles Connor (b. 1757) m. 1788 Ann Epes (b. 1769); Samuel Howell (1749-1804) m. 1782 Rachel Drake (b. 1762). 6. John Davidson m. Violet Wilson (1741-1818); Peter Epes m. Mary Poythress; Jacob Drake m. 1761 Charity Young (1744-76). 7. Samuel Wilson m. 1st Mary Winslow. Jacob Drake (1732-1823) was a member of the Committee of Safety and one of the framers of the State Constitution. He served as colonel of the Western Battalion. He was born in Piscataway; died in Salisbury, N. C. Also No. 91897. James Orr (1750-1840) enlisted in the cavalry under command of General Rutherford and served other enlistments, 1776-80. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Providence, N. C. Also No. 91897. Samuel Wilson (1710-78) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Salisbury, N. C. He died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 112358. Violet Wilson (1741-1818) signed the resolutions addressed to the Committee of Safety of Salisbury, N. C. She was born and died in Mecklenburg County, N. C. Also No. 91897. Joseph Graham (1759-1836) served as lieutenant, captain and major of the North Carolina Rangers. He was desperately wounded at Charlotte. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Lincoln County, N. C. Also No. 91897. [p.273] John Davidson (1735-1832) was a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and served as major in the army. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Davidson, N. C. Also No. 91897. Peter Epes (1759-1836) was a member of the Committee of Intelligence and Safety, 1775, of Prince George County, Va.; where he was born and died. Also No. 66823. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Alice Davidson Holmes. DAR ID Number: 118044 Born in Trenton, Tenn. Wife of V. H. Holmes. Descendant of Capt. William Davidson, Matt Martin and of Lieut David Vance, as follows: 1. Hugh Lawson Davidson (1846-81) m. 1870 Rebecca Deason (1840-79). 2. Samuel Davidson (1812-70) m. 1844 Mary C. Mosely (1817-48). 3. Hugh Davidson (1768-1841) m. 1796 Jane Vance (1777-1858); Thomas Bed ford Mosely m. Rebecca Martin. 4. William Davidson m. Margaret McConnell (1748-1806); Matt Martin m. 1781 Sallie Clay (1765-1842); David Vance m. Priscilla Brank. William Davidson (1744-1810) commanded a company in the Rowar County, North Carolina militia. He was born in Chester County Pa.; died in Buncombe County, N. C. Matt Martin (1763-1846) served as private in a company of infantry commanded by his brother George. He was born in Virginia; was a pensioner when he died in Bedford County, Tenn. David Vance (1748-1813) served as lieutenant in the 2nd North Carolina regiment, 1776. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Buncombe County, N. C. Also No. 92206. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Margaret Hurt Davidson. DAR ID Number: 118119 Born in Wytheville, Va. Wife of Hope Davidson. Descendant of William Rich, as follows: 1. Joseph Hurt (1832-80) m. 1860 Elmyra Rich (1841-1913). 2. Fleming Kean Rich (1806-61) m. 2nd 1839 Mary Thompson Johnson (1818-91). 3. David Rich (1772 1806) m. 2nd 1801 Nancy Mann (1778-1854). 4. William Rich m. 1771 Nancy Rich (b. 1753). William Rich served as private in the Virginia Line. He was born, 1750, in Botetourt County; died in Campbell County, Va. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Elmyra Haines Davidson Williams. DAR ID Number: 118120 Born in Roanoke, Va. Wife of John Clayron Williams. Descendant of William Rich and of Zachariah Hurt, as follows: 1. Matthew Hope Davidson (b. 1857) m. 1884 Mary Margaret Hurt (b. 1863). 2. Joseph Hurt (1832-80) m. 1860 Elymra Rich (1841-1913). 3. Fleming Kean Rich (1806-61) m. 2nd 1839 Mary Thompson Johnson (1818-91); Berry Hurt (1788-1872) m. 1815 Margaret Baker (1796-1887); Zachariah Hurt m. 1787 Frances Mitchell (d. 1845). See No. 118119. Zachariah Hurt (1763-1841) served as private in Capt. Robert Hughes company under General Lawson, Virginia militia. He was born in Powhatan County; died in Wythe County, Va.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Blanche Craighead Alexander. DAR ID Number: 118258 Born in Elizabeth, Pa. Wife of Griffith Alexander. Descendant of Robert Craighead, as follows: 1. Robert A. Craighead (1832-1907) m. 1862 Adelaide Frew (1842-70). 2. Samuel Frew (1810-61) m. Diana Walker (1824-86). 3. John Walker (1770-1856) m. 1797 Diana Craighead (1780-1853). 4. Robert Craighead m. Mary Davidson (b. 1740). Robert Craighead was a private in Capt. Abraham Smith's company, 1776. He was born, 1743, in Allegheny County; died in Elizabeth, Pa. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Eleanor Senton Davidson. DAR ID Number: 118342 Born in Whitehall, N. Y. Wife of Geo. P. Davidson. Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Nixon, as follows: 1. Benjamin C. Senton (1847-1913) m. 1876 Jane Long (b. 1858). 2. James Henry Senton (d. 1880) m. Susan Eliza Whitney (d. 1893). 3. Benjamin Whitney (b. 1785) m. 1807 Hepsibah Moore. 4. Timothy Moore m. 1780 Hepsibah Nixon (b. 1760). 5. John Nixon m. Thankful Berry (b. 1735). John Nixon (1725-1815) commanded a company of minute men. He served as colonel at the Battle of Bunker Hill, and was promoted brigadier general in the New York campaign, 1776. He was born in Framingham, Mass.; died in Middlebury, Vt. Also No. 62332. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 page 136 [p.136] Mrs. Helen Oriola Davidson Ensign. DAR ID Number: 118433 Born in Coshocton, Ohio. Wife of John Edward Ensign. Descendant of Joseph Woodworth, as follows: 1. Tertullus Davidson (b. 1828) m. 1858 Vilana S. Van Dooser (1833-1912). 2. Franklin Van Dooser m. Sarah Woodworth (1800-83). 3. Joseph Woodworth m. 2nd 1799 Wayty Couse (b. 1772). Joseph Woodworth (1757-1842) was placed on the pension roll of New York, 1818, for one year's actual service as private in the Connecticut Line. He was born in Lebanon, Conn.; died in Randolph, N. Y. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Mrs. Mary Davidson Sandford. DAR ID Number: 118434 Born in Painesville, Ohio. Wife of Henry Taylor Sandford. Descendant of Joseph Woodworth, as follows: 1. Tertullus Davidson (b. 1828) m. 1858 Vilana Sarah Van Dooser (1833-1912). See No. 118433. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 Miss. Helen Mehard Davidson. DAR ID Number: 118567 Descendant of Isaac Hull, as follows: 1. William Mehard Davidson m. Nettie Adams. 2. Robert Adams (1835-75) m. Helen Ormsby (1837-82). 3. Elijah Adams (d. 1850) m. 1831 Lydia Louise Hunt (1814-50). 4. Robert Adams m. Patience Hull (1776-1839). 5. Isaac Hull m. 1751 Anne Dunham (1734-1825). Isaac Hull (1731-80) served as quartermaster in the 2nd regiment, New Jersey militia, 1777. He was born in Piscataway; died in Sussex County, N. J. Also No. 100844.
Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 160 Miss ADELA BERRY DAVIDSON DAR ID Number: 159409 Born in New York City Descendant of Capt. Jacob Terhune, as follows: 1. Daniel M. Davidson(1834-1901) m.1856 Julia Berry (1836-1906). 2. Abraham J. Berry (1794-1865) m. 1819 Mary C. Egbert (1800-77). 3. Jacob Berry (1768-1848) m. 1795 Catherine Terhune (1774-1836). 4. Jacob Terhune m. Elizabeth Nagel. Jacob Terhune commanded a company of New Jersey militia. He was born in Hackensack, NJ, where, in 1829, he died. Contact - Ann Davidson Maniuszko
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