Revolutionary War
Reject Pensions from Marion County


Ebenezer Lewis for proof from the comptroller's books at Hartford.
Joseph Powell for further proof and specification.


Revolutionary War Veterans
Buried in Marion County


BALLENTINE, Ebenezer ~ Marion Cem
BRITTON, William, Pleasant Hill Cem.
CAMPBELL, John Jr ~ Salem-Lloyd ~ 6 mi fr Washington Court House
CLARK, Israel ~ Smith Cem ~ Marion Twp
DAVIS, Buckeye
GILLETTE, Joseph ~ Wyatt Graveyard ~ nr Waldo
GRAY, Fraizer ~ Union Cem ~ Big Island, Twp
HYDE, Andrew Jr ~ Claridon Graveyard ~ Claridon Twp
IREY, John ~ Old Caledonia Cem
LEWIS, Ebenezer ~ Plotner Cem ~ Marion
LINDSEY, John ~ Deal Cem ~ Salt Rock Twp
MATTOX, Christopher ~ Wyatt Cem ~ Waldo Twp
OTIS, Barnabas ~ Paw Paw Cem ~ Grand Twp
POTTS, David ~ Old Cem
POWELL, Joseph
RIGGIN, Jay
SCOTT, Matthew ~ Brush Ridge Cem ~ Grand Prairie Twp
SHAFER, Henry ~ Wyatt Cem ~ Waldo Twp
SIMSON, Samuel
STAYNER, William ~ Deal Cem ~ Salt Rock Twp
SWINERTON, James ~ Grand Prairie Cem ~ Grand Prairie Twp
TICKEL, Benjamin
VAN, FLEET Joshua ~ Pleasant Hill Cem ~ Big Island Twp
WYATT, Nathaniel Sr ~ Fam cem ~ Waldo Twp


Marion County, Ohio Connections in the Lineage Books of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Corrections to this information may have been made. For more information contact the NSDAR.


Volume 20 page 365
Mrs. Laura Henderson Maris.
DAR ID Number: 19722
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of John M. Maris.
Descendant of James McComb, of Pennsylvania.
1. James McComb Henderson and Susan Huggins.
2. Joseph Henderson and Mary McComb.
3. James McComb and Nancy Jack.
James McComb, (1758-1814), served in the Cumberland county Pennsylvania militia, 1778. He was born in Ireland; died in Indiana Co., Penn.

Volume 26 page 367
Mrs. Mary S. Bier Dinger.
DAR ID Number: 25533
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Henry Frank Dinger.
Descendant of Capt. Peter Withington, of Pennsylvania.
1. Rev. John Bier and Mary Decker.
2. Michael Decker and Mary Stoner.
3. Augustus Stoner and Sarah Withington.
4. Peter Withington and Eve Schepler.
Peter Withington, (1733-77), raised and equipped a company which he commanded until his death. He was born in England; died of camp fever in Reading, Penna.

Volume 29 p.387
Mrs. Ruth Marie Millikan Westerfield.
DAR ID Number: 28240
Born in Washington, Ohio.
Wife of William Weeks Westerfield.
Descendant of Nathaniel Wyatt, of New York and Ohio.
1. Baldwin Hartzel Millikan and Lizzie Dahl.
2. Jesse L. Millikan and Sarah Hartzell.
3. John Millikan and Mary Wyatt.
4. Nathaniel Wyatt and Ann Brundage.
Nathaniel Wyatt, (1761-1824), served with the Orange county, New York, militia, 1781. He died in
Waldo, Ohio.

Volume 29 page 387
Mrs. Mary Ida Sipple Bromley.
DAR ID Number: 28897
Born in Milford, Delaware.
Wife of Howard Hendrixson Bromley.
Descendant of Frazer Gray.
1. William V. Sipple and Ruth Anna Holland.
2. David H. Holland and Mary E. Gray.
3. William Gray and Elysebeth Tatman.
4. Frazer Gray and Mary Havelon, his first wife, m. 1785.
Frazer Gray, (1760-1849), enlisted, 1782, as a private in Capt. James Moore's company, Col. David Hall's regiment. Pension allowed, 1818, for eighteen months actual service of private in the Delaware Line. He was born in New Jersey; died in
Marion Co., Ohio.

Volume 30 page 379
Mrs. Mary Princess Anderson Orton.
DAR ID Number: 29215
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Edward Orton, Jr.
Descendant of Lieut. Silas Bent, David Miller, Thomas Anderson, and Capt. Andrew Rabb.
1. James House Anderson and Princess Amanda Miller.
2. Thomas Jefferson Anderson and Nancy Dunlevy; David Miller and Sarah Bent.
3. James Anderson and Priscilla House; James Dunlevy and Hannah Rabb.
4. Thomas Anderson and Mary Bruce; Andrew Rabb and Mary Scott, m. 1768.
Thomas Anderson, (1733-1806), enlisted, 1776, for three years as a private in the Virginia militia under Capt. John Gillison. He was born in Hampshire Co., Va.; died in Fairfield Co., Ohio.
Andrew Rabb, (1740-1804), served as captain of Westmoreland county rangers, 1778-80, for defense of the frontier. He died in Hot Springs, Va.

Volume 35 page 76
Mrs. Alice Julia Johnson Harris.
DAR ID Number: 34213
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Widow of William Giles Harris.
Descendant of Capt. Andrew Rabb.
1. Obadiah Jennings Johnson and Rebecca Ann Mills.
2. Thomas Johnson and Hannah Rabb.
3. Andrew Rabb and Mary Scott, m. 1768.
Andrew Rabb, (1740-1804), served as captain of Westmoreland County Rangers 1778-80 for the defense of the frontier of Pennsylvania. He died in Hot Springs, Va.

Volume 36 page 200
Mrs. Adelia Field Darrow.
DAR ID Number: 35538
Born in East Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of John Q. Darrow.
Descendant of Col. David Field, of Massachusetts.
1. Constantine C. Field and Mary Ann Warner.
2. Cephas Field and Elizabeth Taylor.
3. Oliver Field and Keturah Hoyt.
4. David Field and Thankful Taylor, (1716-1803), m. 1740.
David Field, (1712-92), served as chairman of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Hatfield; died in Deerfield.

Volume 39 page 294
Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock Alter.
DAR ID Number: 38800
Born in
Marion County, Ohio.
Wife of Moses Braddock Alter.
Descendant of Andrew Sharp, of Pennsylvania.
1. Jonathan Peacock and Hannah Sharp.
2. Thomas Sharp and Isabella McCullough.
3. Andrew Sharp (1750-94) and Ann Wood, m. 1783.
Andrew Sharp (1750-94) was a private in Capt. William Peebles' Rifle company. He died in Pittsburgh.

Volume 41 page 28
Mrs. Julia Ballantine Gager.
DAR ID Number: 40077
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Edward Gager.
Descendant of Ebenezer Ballantine, M. D.
1. John Ballantine and Angeline Russell Parks, his 2nd wife, m. 1841.
2. Ebenezer Ballantine and Mary Osborn.
Ebenezer Ballantine, (1756-1823), served as surgeon's mate in the Massachusetts militia under Col. Calvin Smith. He was born in Westfield, Mass.; died in
Marion, Ohio.

Volume 42 page 150
Mrs. Mary Gray Bearnes.
DAR ID Number: 41390
Born in Findlay, Ohio.
Wife of James M. Bearnes.
Descendant of Fraser Gray.
1. Samuel Fraser Gray and Julia Druell.
2. David Gray and Naomi Lofland.
3. Fraser Gray and Elizabeth Lockwood, his second wife, m. 1796.
See No.
28897.

Volume 42 page 280
Mrs. Laura Copeland Watts.
DAR ID Number: 41751
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of John Richard Watts.
Descendant of Dr. Samuel Guild, of Massachusetts.
1. Earl Percy Copeland and Princess Olive Norton.
2. Josiah Snell Copeland and Katherine Leonard Guild.
3. Samuel Guild and Katherine Leonard, his second wife.
Samuel Guild, (1746-1816), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Eaton, where he was physician through a long life. He was born in Walpole.

Volume 43 page 296
Mrs. Sarah Bell Koons.
DAR ID Number: 42791
Born in Caledonia, Ohio.
Wife of Hiram A. Koons.
Descendant of Corp. John Bell.
1. Benjamin Bell and Eleanor Tharp, his 2nd wife.
2. John Bell and Keziah Mapes.
3. Benjamin Bell and Jane Gowdy.
John Bell, (1753-1834), was at Brandywine, Germantown and wounded at Monmouth. He joined Sullivan's expedition and served to the close of the war. In 1832 he received a pension for service as private and corporal, New Jersey, Continental line. He died in Orange Co., N. Y.

Volume 45 page 25
Mrs. Mary Lindsey Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 44062
Born in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Wife of Orrin Perry Wilson.
Descendant of John Lindsey.
1. James Heaton Lindsey and Elon Stuyvesant.
2. John Lindsey and Sarah Rea.
John Lindsey (1760-1837) served as private in the Virginia line. He was born near Richmond, Va.; died near
Marion, Ohio.

Volume 45 page 372
Mrs. Mabel Grandy English.
DAR ID Number: 44929
Born in Rising Sun, Ind.
Wife of T. J. English.
Descendant of Martin Brockway.
1. Benjamin Fremont Grandy and Ella Latham.
2. Rev. Ira B. Grandy and Julie Lee.
3. Benjamin Grandy and Hannah Brockway.
4. Martin Brockway and Betsy Hildreth (1764-1847) his wife.
Martin Brockway (1761-1844) enlisted 1778 as a private in Capt. Simon Marston's company, New Hampshire state troops. He was born in New Hampshire; died in Cardington, Ohio.

Volume 49 page 45
Mrs. Edith Jones Donavin.
DAR ID Number: 48091
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of George B. Donavin.
Descendant of Gilbert Adams.
1. David S. Jones and Leonora M. Adams.
2. Mabah D. Adams (b. 1804) and Rachel Turney.
3. Gilbert Adams and Rachel.
Gilbert Adams (1760-1825) served in the Dutchess County, New York militia, 7th regiment, under Col. Henry Ludenton. He was born and died in Fishkill, N. Y.

Volume 51 page 215
Miss Isabelle V. Freeland.
DAR ID Number: 50473
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Descendant of William Pritchard, of Maryland.
1. John Willard Freeland and Isabella McMurray.
2. Thomas Freeland and Margaret Pritchard.
3. William Pritchard, Jr., and Hannah Meredith.
4. William Pritchard and Amelia Kotts.
William Pritchard enlisted, 1776, for three years in Capt. Alexander Lawson Smith's company. He died, 1777, in service.

Volume 51 page 289
Mrs. May Copeland Russell.
DAR ID Number: 50644
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of L. W. Russell.
Descendant of Samuel Guild, M.D., of Massachusetts.
1. Earl Percy Copeland and Princess Olive Norton.
2. Josiah Snell Copeland and Katherine Leonard Guild.
3. Samuel Guild and Katherine Leonard, his 2d wife.
Samuel Guild (1746-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety from Eaton, and assistant surgeon during the Revolution. He was born in Walpole, Mass.

Volume 53 page 97
Mrs. Carrie Fribley Smith.
DAR ID Number: 52208
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Thomas Francis Smith.
Descendant of Isaac Concklin, of New York.
1. Jacob Fribley and Harriet Coles Concklin.
2. Washington Williams Concklin and Sophia Switzer.
3. Isaac Concklin, Jr., and Elizabeth Williams.
4. Isaac Concklin and Mary Lockwood.
Isaac Concklin (1736-1814) served several enlistments as a private in the Revolution, from New York. He was born and died in Kakiah, N. Y.

Volume 53 page 98
Miss Dessie Dell Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 52210
Born in
Marion County, Ohio.
Descendant of Andrew Sharp, of Pennsylvania.
1. Thomas Alcott Thompson and Isabel Sharp.
2. Andrew Sharp and Ann Wirts Moon, his 2nd wife.
3. Thomas Sharp (b. 1788) and Isabel McCollough.
4. Andrew Sharp and Ann Wood, m. 1783.
See No. 38800.

Volume 55 page 405
Miss Susan Elizabeth Bridge.
DAR ID Number: 54927
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Descendant of Samuel Bridge, Samuel Bridge, Jr., Effingham Townley, and David Miller.
1. Bezaleel Frederick Bridge and Clara Townley.
See No. 54926.
2. Joseph C. Bridge and Susan Bechtol.
3. Bezaleel Bridge, Jr., and Almira Warner.
4. Bezaleel Bridge and Theoda Walbridge.
5. Samuel Bridge, Jr., and Hannah Johnson.
6. Samuel Bridge and Susanna Paige.
Samuel Bridge (1729-1818) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Captain Munro's company. He was born and died in Lexington, Mass.
Samuel Bridge, Jr., in 1775 served as a private in Capt. John Bridge's company. He was born in Lexington, Mass.; died in Essex County, N. J

Volume 55 page 407
Mrs. Sarah Ann Bain Robinson.
DAR ID Number: 54932
Born in Bellbrook, Ohio.
Wife of David Nelson Robinson.
Descendant of John Bigger.
1. James Bain and Jane McBride.
2. James McBride and Rebecca Bigger.
3. John Bigger and Mary Bigger.
John Bigger (1760-1831) served as a private in Capt. Walter McVinnis' company, 4th battalion, Cumberland County, Associators, under Colonel Scott. He was born in Ireland; died in Centerville, Ohio.

Volume 55 page 411
Mrs. Martha Almeda Whitney.
DAR ID Number: 54939
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of John B. Whitney.
Descendant of Lieut. Childs Taylor, of Connecticut.
1. Edwin Douglass and Almira Taylor.
2. Childs Taylor, Jr., and Althea Beach.
3. Childs Taylor and Rhoda Bates.
Childs Taylor (1756-1829) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He served, 1775, in Col. Benjamin Hinman's regiment for the defense of Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Hartland, Conn.

Volume 56 page 406
Miss Gladys Marian Humphrey.
DAR ID Number: 55914
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Descendant of Frazer Gray.
1. David John Humphrey and Mary Ann Gray.
2. George Gray and Mary Jane Barr.
3. Frazer Gray and Elizabeth Lockwood, his 2nd wife, m. 1796.
See No. 28897.

Volume 57 page 209
Mrs. Helen S. Sweeney Rhu.
DAR ID Number: 56602
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Auguste Rhu, M. D.
Descendant of Isaac Concklin.
1. Robert L. Sweeney, M. D., and Elizabeth Flavia Concklin.
2. Washington W. Concklin and Sophia Sweetser, his 2nd wife.
3. Isaac Concklin and Elizabeth Williams.
4. Isaac Concklin and Mary Lockwood.
Isaac Concklin (1736-1814) served as a private in Capt. Garret Ackerson's company, Col. Ann Hawk Hay's Orange County, New York militia. He was born and died in Kakiate, Orange County, N. Y.

Volume 59 page 345
Mrs. Ida Hutchinson Van Horne.
DAR ID Number: 58978
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Frank J. Van Horne.
Descendant of Jonathan Zane.
1. Isaac Hutchinson and Mary Miller.
2. John Miller and Nancy Zane.
3. Jonathan Zane and Ann Mills.
Jonathan Zane (1749-1824) served as private, 1777, in the defense of Fort Henry, and in 1779 was guide in Gen. Daniel Broadhead's expedition against the Munsie and Seneca Indians, in which campaign he was wounded. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Wheeling, W. Va.

Volume 60 page 71
Mrs. Eldia Annora Moore Cash.
DAR ID Number: 59206
Born in Sedalia, Ind.
Wife of Stanley Crawford Cash.
Descendant of Seth Kellogg.
1. Samuel Moore and Lydia V. Jennings.
2. John W. Jennings and Charlotte Kellogg.
3. Ethel Kellogg and Charlotte Munger.
4. Seth Kellogg and Eunice Judd.
Seth Kellogg (1740-1819) was a private in Capt. Samuel Granger's company in Waterbury's Connecticut State brigade, 1781. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Centerville, Ohio.

Volume 62 page 145
Mrs. Elizabeth Dye Clark Little.
DAR ID Number: 61417
Born in Delaware, Ohio.
Wife of John Little.
Descendant of Israel Clark.
1. Israel Clark and Margaret Dye, his 4th wife.
See No.
76053.

Volume 62 page 149
Mrs. Julia Treat Bruce.
DAR ID Number: 61430
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Albert Bruce.
Descendant of Childs Taylor, of Connecticut.
1. Chauncy P. Treat and Almeda Taylor.
2. Childs Taylor, Jr., and Althea Beech.
3. Childs Taylor and Rhoda Bates.
Childs Taylor (1756-1829) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He served, 1775, in Col. Benjamin Hinman's regiment for the defense of Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Hartland, Conn.

Volume 62 page 150
Mrs. Emily Hollis Hall.
DAR ID Number: 61433
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of W. W. Hall.
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Loveland.
1. Stephen B. Hollis and Marcia Louise Loveland.
2. Truman Loveland and Clara Lyman.
3. Treat Loveland (b. 1767) and Betsey Prindle.
4. Joseph Loveland and Lois Chatfield, m. 1762.
Joseph Loveland, in 1779, commanded the 4th company, 2nd Connecticut regiment, under Col. Jonathan Trumbull. He was born in Stratford, Conn.

Volume 62 page 150
Mrs. Alice N. Wilmot Kellogg.
DAR ID Number: 61435
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Kellogg.
Descendant of Childs Taylor.
1. Lucius Wilmot and Nancy Taylor.
See No. 61430.

Volume 62 page 150
Mrs. Emily Douglass Newcomb.
DAR ID Number: 61436
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Orlo D. Newcomb.
Descendant of Childs Taylor.
1. Edwin Douglass and Almira Taylor.
See No. 61430.

Volume 62 page 151
Mrs. Nancy D. Spencer.
DAR ID Number: 61440
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Warren Spencer.
Descendant of Childs Taylor.
1. Samuel C. Douglass and Susannah Taylor.
See No. 61430.

Volume 63 page 188
Mrs. Idelia Douglas Crampton.
DAR ID Number: 62561
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Cyrus Crampton.
Descendant of Childs Taylor, of Connecticut.
1. Samuel Douglas and Susanna Taylor.
2. Childs Taylor, Jr., and Althea Beech.
3. Childs Taylor and Rhoda Bates.
Childs Taylor (1757-1829) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He served, 1775, in Col. Benjamin Hinman's regiment for the defense of Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Hartland, Conn.

Volume 65 page 351
Mrs. Olive A. Hull Monnette.
DAR ID Number: 64493
Born in Radnor, Ohio.
Wife of Mervin Jeremiah Monnette.
Descendant of Israel Clark.
1. George Washington Hull and Artimissa Scribner.
2. Samuel Scribner and Almira Clark.
3. Israel Clark and Mary Kendall, his 2nd wife.
See No.
76053.

Volume 67 page 156
Mrs. Emily Bartram Moore.
DAR ID Number: 66420
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Charles A. Moore.
Descendant of Capt. John Fitz-Randolph, of New Jersey.
1. Samuel Hopkins Bartram and Harriet Randolph Kline.
2. Peter D. Kline and Esther Randolph.
3. Stelle Randolph and Harriet Runyon.
4. John Fitz-Randolph and Phoebe Stelle.
John Fitz-Randolph (1750-1801) served as captain of Monmouth County, New Jersey State troops. His service is recorded on his tombstone in Samptown graveyard, Middlesex County, where he was born and died.

Volume 67 page 309
Mrs. Grace Fehl Mcclain.
DAR ID Number: 66848
Born in Marseilles. Ohio.
Wife of William Herbert McClain.
Descendant of Barnabas Otis.
1. Orlando Fehl and Rose Handely.
2. Valentine Fehl and Clarissa Otis.
3. Stephen Otis and Mary Claudy.
4. Barnabas Otis and Mehitable Turner, m. 1783.
Barnabas Otis (1756-1850) enlisted under Captain Keyer, Colonel Durkee, Continental Establishment, Connecticut, and engaged in the battle of Princeton and several skirmishes. His application for pension was made in 1818. He was born in Massachusetts; died in
Marion County, Ohio.

Volume 68 page 117
Mrs. Jeannette Bigger Kress.
DAR ID Number: 67327
Born in Washington, Ohio.
Wife of Samuel Kress.
Descendant of John Bigger.
1. Samuel Bradford Bigger and Margaret McClure.
2. John Bigger, Jr., and Mary Bradford.
3. John Bigger and Mary Bigger, m. 1787.
See No. 54932.

Volume 68 page 118
Mrs. Blanche Morgridge Florence.
DAR ID Number: 67330
Born in Madison County, Ohio.
Wife of John Florence.
Descendant of Jonathan Emerson, Enos Tuttle, Capt. David Hoyt, Jacob Hoyt, and Seth Kellogg.
1. Joshua Bailey Emerson Morgridge (1814-93) and Harriet Esther Tuttle (1821-89), m. 1852.
2. Richard Morgridge (1771-1843) and Sally Emerson (1781-1872), m. 1800; Azor Tuttle (1785-1847) and Sarah Hoyt (1788-1830), m. 1820.
3. Jonathan Emerson and Rhoda Bailey (1759-1821), m. 1781; Enos Tuttle and Abigail Penyor, m. 1775; Jacob Hoyt and Sarah Kellogg (1765-96), his 1st wife.
4. David Hoyt and Sarah Lockwood.
Jonathan Emerson (1756-1823) enlisted, 1776, as a private in the 1st New Hampshire Continental infantry, and, 1777, was wounded at Stillwater. He was placed on the pension roll, 1819, from Hamilton County, Ohio. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Butler County, Ohio.
Enos Tuttle (1730-92) enlisted, 1778, as a private in Capt. Samuel Barker's company, Major Eli Leavenworth's 5th Connecticut regiment, under Col. Return Jonathan Meigs. He was born and died in Norwalk, Conn.
David Hoyt (1730-1800) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Gamaliel Northup's company from Waterbury, Conn., and promoted captain of the 9th Connecticut militia under Col. John Mead. He was born and died in Stamford, Conn.
Jacob Hoyt (1762-1832) served as a private in the Revolutionary War, and was with Gen. Israel Putnam when he made his celebrated escape from the British. He was born in Stamford, Conn.; died in New Haven, Vt.
See No. 59206.

Volume 69 page 114
Mrs. Laura Frances Hord Juvenal.
DAR ID Number: 68318
Born in
Marion County, Ohio.
Wife of Charles De Forest Juvenal.
Descendant of Peter Hord.
1. Peyton Randolph Hord and Mary Jane Hutchinson.
2. Nathaniel Hord and Polly Grace.
3. Peter Hord and Rebecca Wilkinson, his 2nd wife.
Peter Hord served in the Virginia militia and was severely wounded. In 1785 was living in Stafford County, Va.; removed to Rockingham County, where he died after 1790. He was born about 1749.

Volume 69 page 115
Mrs. Mary Morgridge Florence Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 68320
Born in Madison County, Ohio.
Wife of Mark Stinson Taylor.
Descendant of Jonathan Emerson, Capt. David Hoyt, Jacob Hoyt, Enos Tuttle, and Seth Kellogg.
1. John Florence (b. 1845) and Blanche Morgridge (b. 1859), m. 1875.
2. Joshua Bailey Emerson Morgridge (1814-93) and Harriet Esther Hoyt Tuttle (1821-89), m. 1852.
3. Richard Morgridge and Sally Emerson; Azor Tuttle (1785-1847) and Sarah Hoyt (1788-1830), m. 1818.
4. Jacob Hoyt and Sarah Kellogg (1763-96), his 1st wife, m. 1787; Jonathan Emerson and Rhoda Bailey; Enos Tuttle and Abigail Penyor, m. 1775.
5. David Hoyt and Sarah Lockwood (1737-76), m. 1758; Seth Kellogg and Eunice Judd (b. 1742), m. 1761.
Jonathan Emerson (1756-1823) was placed on the pension roll of Hamilton County, Ohio, 1819, for service as private, 1st New Hampshire Continental infantry. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Butler County, Ohio.
David Hoyt (1730-1800) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Gamaliel Northrup's company, Waterbury's Connecticut regiment, and promoted captain of the 9th Connecticut militia, under Col. John Mead, in the expedition to Long Island, 1776. He was born and died in Stamford, Conn.
Jacob Hoyt (1762-1832) served as a private in the Revolutionary War, and was with Gen. Israel Putnam when he made his celebrated escape from the British. He was born in Stamford, Conn.; died in New Haven, Vt.
Enos Tuttle (1730-92) enlisted in the 7th company, 6th Connecticut regiment, commanded by Col. Return Jonathan Meigs, 1778. He was born and died in Norwalk, Conn.
Seth Kellogg (1740-1819) served as a private in Waterbury's brigade, Connecticut troops. He was born in Norwalk, Conn.; died in Centerville, Ohio.

Volume 69 page 258
Mrs. Lucy Lenora Goodwin Strong.
DAR ID Number: 68721
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Emmett J. Strong.
Descendant of Childs Taylor, of Connecticut.
1. Clinton Goodwin (b. 1830) and Lucy Taylor (b. 1835), m. 1859.
2. Lester Taylor (1798-1899) and Mary Wilder (b. 1800).
3. Childs Taylor and Rhoda Bates.
Childs Taylor (1756-1829) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He served, 1775, in Col. Benjamin Hinman's regiment for the defense of Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Hartland.

Volume 72 page 269
Mrs. Ella Ruthrauff Baker.
DAR ID Number: 71754
Born in Findlay, Ohio.
Wife of Ulysses Grant Baker.
Descendant of Frazer Gray.
1. John Ruthrauff (b. 1831) and Emily Gray (b. 1838).
2. David Gray (1800-76) and Naomi Lofland (1799-1876), m. 1820.
3. Frazer Gray and Elisabeth Lockwood (1771-1853), his 2nd wife.
Also No.
28897.

Volume 75 page 163
Mrs. Edith Olney Doe.
DAR ID Number: 74438
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Edwin Doe.
Descendant of Dr. Jeremiah Everett.
1. Hugh V. Olney (b. 1848) and Sarah Harvey (b. 1853), m. 1871.
2. David H. Harvey and Calista Everett (1829-61), m. 1846.
3. Samuel Everett (1784-1842) and Sally Carr.
4. Jeremiah Everett and Elizabeth Warren (d. 1831), m. 1766.
Jeremiah Everett (1740-1831) was appointed surgeon, 1776, of Col. Nicholas Dike's regiment on duty at Dorchester Heights. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died in Halifax, Vt.

Volume 75 page 345
Miss Henrietta E. Wells.
DAR ID Number: 74937
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells.
1. Jason Coe Wells (1818-1900) and Caroline Moffett (b. 1820), m. 1845.
2. Ebenezer Wells (1784-1832) and Diantha Coe (1786-1873), m. 1806.
3. Timothy Wells and Easther Clark (1751-1838), m. 1780.
Timothy Wells (1746-1820) enlisted as sergeant, 1777, from Farmington, Conn., being discharged, 1778. His pension claim, filed 1819, was allowed. He was born in Hartford, Conn.; died in Claridon, Ohio.

Volume 77 page 19
Mrs. Imogene Hull Morehouse.
DAR ID Number: 76051
Born in Crawford County, Ohio.
Wife of Max Morehouse.
Descendant of Israel Clark.
1. Jasper Gerard Hull (b. 1846) and Mary Jane Monnette (1849-1906), m. 1867.
2. George W. Hull (1824-91) and Artimissa Scribner (1826-93), m. 1844.
3. Samuel Scribner (1774-1870) and Almira Clark.
4. Israel Clark and Mary Kendall, his 2nd wife.
See Nos.
76053.

Volume 75 page 163
Mrs. Edith Olney Doe.
DAR ID Number: 74438
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Edwin Doe.
Descendant of Dr. Jeremiah Everett.
1. Hugh V. Olney (b. 1848) and Sarah Harvey (b. 1853), m. 1871.
2. David H. Harvey and Calista Everett (1829-61), m. 1846.
3. Samuel Everett (1784-1842) and Sally Carr.
4. Jeremiah Everett and Elizabeth Warren (d. 1831), m. 1766.
Jeremiah Everett (1740-1831) was appointed surgeon, 1776, of Col. Nicholas Dike's regiment on duty at Dorchester Heights. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died in Halifax, Vt.

Volume 77 page 19
Mrs. Imogene Hull Morehouse.
DAR ID Number: 76051
Born in Crawford County, Ohio.
Wife of Max Morehouse.
Descendant of Israel Clark.
1. Jasper Gerard Hull (b. 1846) and Mary Jane Monnette (1849-1906), m. 1867.
2. George W. Hull (1824-91) and Artimissa Scribner (1826-93), m. 1844.
3. Samuel Scribner (1774-1870) and Almira Clark.
4. Israel Clark and Mary Kendall, his 2nd wife.
See Nos.
76053.

Volume 77 page 21
Mrs. May Hull Winders.
DAR ID Number: 76053
Born in
Cardington, Ohio.
Wife of Frank Winders.
Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Hull, Corp. John Smith, Samuel Scribner, Elias Rayno, Israel Clark, Isaac Kendall, Isaac Monnett, Abraham Monnett, John Jacob Slagle, Christopher Braucher, and John Reicherlsdorfer.
1. Jasper Girard Hull (1847-1913) and Mary Jane Monnette (1849-1906), m. 1868.
2. George Washington Hull (1824-91) and Artimissa Scribner 1826-93), m. 1845; Abraham Monnett (1811-81) and Catherine Braucher (1815-75), m. 1836.
3. Benjamin Hull (1782-1855) and Elizabeth Smith (1783-1841), m. 1804; Samuel Scribner, Jr. (1784-1880), and Almira Clark [p.20] (1791-1872), m. 1810; Jeremiah Crab Monnett (1784-1864) and Aley Slagle (1788-1868), m. 1805; Conrad Braucher (1771-1822) and Maria Catherine Reicherlsdorfer (1775-1824).
5. Isaac Hull and Ann Dunham (b. 1734), m. 1751; John Smith and Sarah Freeman, m. 1739; Elias Rayno and Mary Severance (b. 1715), m. 1742; Isaac Kendall and Mary Russell (b. 1733); Isaac Monnett and Elizabeth Osborne (b 1728).
Isaac Hull (1731-1808) served as lieutenant in Colonel Spencer's regiment, Continental Line; also as quartermaster in the 2nd regiment, Sussex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Piscataway; died in Sussex County, N. J.
John Smith (1715-85) was corporal in Capt. John Dey's company, 2nd regiment, Middlesex County, New Jersey troops. He was born and died in Middlesex County, N. J.
Samuel Scribner (1743-1810) served as private in the New Hampshire Line under the commands of Captains James Shepard and Ebenezer Webster, Colonels Wyman and Nichols. He was born in Kingston, N. H.; died in Delaware County, Ohio.
Elias Rayno served as private in Capt. Joshua Abbott's company, Colonel Stark's New Hampshire regiment. He was severely wounded at Bunker Hill. He was born about 1710 in New Hampshire; died, 1787, in Andover, N. H.
Israel Clark (1757-1827) served from the beginning to the close of the Revolutionary War. He was born in Cincinnati; died in
Marion County, Ohio.
Isaac Kendall (1734-76) served as private in Capt. Reuben Marcy's company, Col. John Chester's Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Ashford, Windham County, Conn.
Isaac Monnett took the oath as Associator, 1778, in Calvert County, Md. He was born, 1726, and died in Calvert County, Md.
Abraham Monnett (1748-1810) served as private in Capt. Ralph Hilleary's company, 33rd battalion, Maryland militia. He was born in Maryland; died in Pickaway County, Ohio.
John Jacob Slagle (1751-1800) served as private in the 13th Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in York County, Pa.; died in Hampshire County, Va. (now W. Va.)
Christopher Braucher (1729-93) served as private, 1777-79, in Captain Ritter's company, 3rd Pennsylvania battalion. He was born in Germany; died in Berks County, Pa.
John Reicherlsdorfer (1741-1810) served as private in Captain Ritter's company, 3rd battalion, Berks County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Berks County, Pa.; died in Pickaway County, Ohio.

Volume 77 page 340
Mrs. Ida M. Gorton Cooley.
DAR ID Number: 76904
Born in Larue, Ohio.
Wife of Bartlett Cooley.
Descendant of Samuel Willett.
1. Peleg Sherman Gorton (b. 1830) and Margaret McWhorter (1836-98), m. 1854.
2. Asa Gorton and Harriet Sherman.
3. Peleg Sherman and Hannah Willett.
4. Samuel Willett and Elizabeth Andreas.
Samuel Willett (1751-1843) served several enlistments as a private under different commands, 1777-81, New York Line. He applied for a pension in 1836 and it was allowed. He was born in Tewksbury; died in Cambridge, N. Y.

Volume 77 page 340
Mrs. Dora Gorton Tiarks.
DAR ID Number: 76905
Born in Larue, Ohio.
Wife of Edward O. Tiarks.
Descendant of Samuel Willett.
1. Peleg Sherman Gorton (b. 1830) and Margaret McWhorter (1836-98), m. 1854.
See No. 76904.

Volume 78 page 168
Mrs. Mary Rutan Magruder Short.
DAR ID Number: 77431
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Edmund J. Short.
Descendant of Samuel Magruder and of Ensign Samuel Brewer Magruder.
1. Thomas Jefferson Magruder (1826-1901) and Elizabeth Fribley (1831-1906), m. 1855.
2. Ninian Magruder (1772-1830) and Elizabeth Lyons (1797-1868), his 2nd wife, m. 1814.
3. Samuel Brewer Magruder and Rebecca Magruder (1746-1805), his 1st wife.
4. Samuel Magruder and Margaret Jackson (d. 1801) (parents of Samuel Brewer).
Samuel Magruder (1708-86) was a member of the Committee of Observation and Justice of the Peace, 1775, for Frederick County. He was born in Prince Georges County; died in Montgomery County, Md.
Samuel Brewer Magruder (1744-1818) was commissioned ensign, 1777, serving in the 29th battalion, Montgomery County, Maryland troops, in Col. John Murdock's regiment. He was born and died in Maryland.

Volume 79 p.367
Mrs. Esther Esler Charles.
DAR ID Number: 78393
Born in Baltimore, Md.
Wife of James F. Charles.
Descendant of Martin Brockway.
1. John W. Esler (b. 1846) and Lucy C. Grandy (b. 1857), m. 1879.
2. Samuel Martin Grandy (b. 1831) and Diana (b. 1834), m. 1856.
3. William Grandy (1795-1876) and Selynda Brockway (1795-1879). m. 1818.
4. Martin Brockway and Betsey Hildreth (1764-1847).
See No. 44929.

Volume 81 page 367
Mrs. Luella Robbins Miller.
DAR ID Number: 80452
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Emmett Miller.
Descendant of Sergt. Gad Sutliff.
1. William Robbins (1820-50) and Camelia Salmon (d. 1893), m. 1844.
2. Jonathan Newman Robbins (d. 1864) and Permelia Sutliff (1795-1847).
3. Gad Sutliff and Katherine Squires (d. 1812), m. 1776.
Gad Sutliff (1756-1842) enlisted, 1776, from Haddam, Conn.; served as sergeant under Captain Buckley. He was born in Durham, Conn.; died in Bennington, N. Y.

Volume 82 page 342
Mrs. Lucy C. Grandy Esler.
DAR ID Number: 81916
Born in Cardington, Ohio.
Wife of John W. Esler.
Descendant of Martin Brockway.
1. Samuel Martin Grandy (b. 1831) and Diana P. Grandy (b. 1834), m. 1856.
2. William Grandy (1795-1876) and Celynda Brockway (1795-1879), m. 1818.
3. Martin Brockway and Betsey Hildreath (1764-1847).
See No. 44929.

Volume 82 page 375
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Holland Burchenal.
DAR ID Number: 81784
Born in Milford, Del.
Descendant of Frazer Gray.
1. Joseph Emory Holland and Sarah Parker Prettyman.
2. David Hazzard Holland and Mary Elizabeth Gray.
3. William Gray and Elizabeth Tatman.
4. Frazer Gray and Mary Havelon, his 1st wife, m. 1785.
See Nos.
28897.

Volume 83 page 77
Mrs. Mary Clark Mills.
DAR ID Number: 82191
Born in Marshalltown, Iowa.
Descendant of Israel Clark, as follows:
1. Rufus Clark (b. 1831) and Caroline Staley (1831-1910), m. 1853.
2. Harvey Clark (1797-1874) and Nancy Travis (1804-88), m. 1820.
3. Israel Clark and Mary Kendall, his 2nd wife.
See No.
61417.

Volume 84 page 350
Mrs. Bessie Douglas Andrews.
DAR ID Number: 83926
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Robert M. Andrews.
Descendant of Childs Taylor, as follows:
1. Howard Taylor Douglas (b. 1850), m. 1875, Jessie B. Snow (b. 1856).
2. Edwin Dougias (1816-95), m. 1840, Almira Taylor (1816-90).
3. Childs Taylor, Jr. (1782-1847), m. 1810, Althea Beach (1782-1867).
4. Childs Taylor, m. Rhoda Bates (1760-1845).
See No. 62561.

Volume 85 page 244
Mrs. Jennie Scribner Priest.
DAR ID Number: 84628
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Eber B. Priest.
Descendant of Israel Clark, as follows:
1. Harvey Scribner (1812-77), m. 1846, Sarah Rush Stone (1819-98).
2. Samuel Scribner (1784-1873), m. 1810, Almira Clark (1791-1873).
3. Israel Clark, m., 2nd, 1789, Mary Kendall (1765-1810).
Israel Clark (1757-1827) enlisted as private, 1775, in Capt. John Hay's company, Colonel Durkee's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Windham County, Conn.; died in
Marion County, Ohio.

Volume 86 page 129
Mrs. May Copeland Drybread.
DAR ID Number: 85334
Born in La Rue, Ohio.
Descendant of Joshua Dixon, as follows:
1. Joshua Copeland (1817-1900), m. 2nd, 1866, Anne Hopkins (b. 1838).
2. George Copeland (1790-1884), m. Rebecca Dixon (1790-1873).
3. Joshua Dixon, m. 1782, Dinah Batlin (1760-1833).
Joshua Dixon (1750-1830) served as private in the Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He removed from Chester County, Pa., to Columbiana County, Ohio, where he died.

Volume 87 page 123
Mrs. Mary L. Tice Phillips.
DAR ID Number: 86389
Born in Centerville, Ohio.
Descendant of Elias Tice, as follows:
1. Anthony Hulse Tice (1841-1909) m., 1862, Sarah E. McCoy (b. 1838).
2. Joseph Tice (1801-71) m., 1826, Jane Hulse (1805-52).
3. Elias Tice m., 1793, Sarah Hover (1770-1864).
Elias Tice (1768-1841) served as private, enlisting in Captain Carhart's company, Col. Hendrickson's New Jersey regiment, later serving under other commands. He received a pension for his service. He was born and died in New Jersey.

Volume 87 page 278
Mrs. Sarah O. Harvey Olney.
DAR ID Number: 86870
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Hugh V. Olney.
Descendant of Dr. Jeremiah Everett, as follows:
1. David H. Harvey m., 1846, Calista Everett (1829-61).
2. Samuel Everett (1784-1842) m. Sallie Carr.
3. Dr. Jeremiah Everett m., 1776, Elizabeth Warner.
See No. 74438.

Volume 88 page 203
Mrs. Lura Arnold Tufts.
DAR ID Number: 87668
Born in Jerome, Ohio.
Wife of Willard Clifton Tufts.
Descendant of Israel Clark, John Sells and Ludwick Sells, as follows:
1. Henry Arnold (b. 1852) m., 1873, Ellen Ashbaugh (b. 1851).
2. Frederick Ashbaugh (1807-77) m., 1836, Matilda Clark (1821-70).
3. John Ashbaugh (1782-1853) m., 1806, Sophia Sells (1784-1847); Harvey Clark (1797-1873) m., 1820, Nancy Travis (1804-88).
4. Ludwick Sells m., 1777, Katherine Deardoff (1749-1828); Israel Clark m. 2nd Mary Kendall.
5. John Sells m., 1742, Sally Haak.
Israel Clark (1757-1827) served from the beginning to the end of the Revolutionary War. He was born in Connecticut; died in
Marion County, Ohio.
Also No. 61417.
John Sells (1720-81) served in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolution, and was killed at the battle of Yorktown, Va. He was born in Germany.
Ludwick Sells (1743-1823) served, 1777, in Capt. Martin Bowman's company, and, 1780, in the Assembly. He was born in Huntington, Conn.; died in Dublin, Ohio.

Volume 90 page 43
Mrs. Mary Scribner Mack.
DAR ID Number: 89137
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Thomas Mack.
Descendant of Israel Clark, as follows:
1. Harvey Clark Scribner (1812-77) m. 2nd 1846 Sarah Rush Stone (1819-98).
2. Samuel Scribner (1784-1880) m. 1810 Almira Clark (1791-1873).
3. Israel Clark m. 2nd 1879 Mary Kendall.
Israel Clark (1757-1827) enlisted as private, 1775, in Capt. John Hay's company, Colonel Durkee's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Windham County, Conn.; died in
Marion County, Ohio.

Volume 93 page 101
Mrs. Beulah Cyphers Mclucas.
DAR ID Number: 92314
Born in Pawnee Rock, Kansas.
Wife of Harold McLucas.
Descendant of Lieut. McDonald Campbell, as follows:
1. Hubbard M. Cyphers (b. 1858) m. 1885 Belle Evans (b. 1863).
2. Michael Cyphers (1811-87) m. 1833 Jane Munsey (1817-99).
3. Paul Cyphers (1788-1850) m. 1809 Hannah Campbell (1789-1873).
4. McDonald Campbell m. 1783 Margaret Fingley.
McDonald Campbell (1754-1845) enlisted, 1775, as a fifer in Middlesex County, N. J. In 1776 he served with the Rangers under Capt. Fitz Randolph with the rank of lieutenant. In 1831 he was placed on the pension roll of Trumbull County, Ohio, for service as express rider and fifer, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Middlesex County, N. J.; died in
Marion County, Ohio.

Volume 93 page 176
Mrs. Margaret Diantha Wells Libbey.
DAR ID Number: 92559
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of John C. F. Libbey.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells, as follows:
1. Jason Coe Wells (1818-1900) m. 1845 Caroline Moffett (b. 1820).
2. Ebenezer Wells (1784-1832) m. 1806 Diantha Coe (1786-1873).
3. Timothy Wells m. 1780 Easter Clark (1751-1838).
See No. 74937.

Volume 93 page 176
Mrs. Lottie Warriner Wilmot.
DAR ID Number: 92561
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Marshall J. Wilmot.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells, as follows:
1. John Henry Warriner (1847-1906) m. 1873 Carrie Wells (1847-1911).
2. Henry H. Wells (1816-96) m. 1841 Eliza Jane Wells (1820-97).
3. Timothy Wells, Jr. (1781-1874), m. 1820 Hannah Graham (d. 1859).
See No. 74937.

Volume 93 page 239
Mrs. Nellie Russell Hale.
DAR ID Number: 92766
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Henry Hale.
Descendant of Caleb Fowler, as follows:
1. Norton T. Russell (1838-98) m. 1859 Laura Bosley (1839-1907).
2. Samuel Russell (1800-57) m. 1829 Ruth Ann Stone (1810-57).
3. Theophilus Stone (1773-1842) m. 1803 Clarinda Fowler (1782-1853).
See No. 92249.

Volume 93 page 240
Mrs. Edith Wells Hood.
DAR ID Number: 92767
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of George Brinton Hood.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells, as follows:
1. Calvin Milton Wells (b. 1844) m. 1867 Anna Fisher (b. 1849).
2. Goodwin Wells (1808-71) m. 1837 Ruth Talbot (1807-88).
3. Ebenezer Wells (1784-1832) m. Diantha Coe (1786-1873).
See No. 92559.

Volume 93 page 240
Mrs. Emogene Taylor Wells.
DAR ID Number: 92768
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Almeron B. Wells.
Descendant of Lieut. Childs Taylor, as follows:
1. Corydon Taylor (1813-93) m. 1842 Weltha Robinson (1820-1908).
2. Horace Taylor (1786-1843) m. Nancy Douglass (1784-1857).
3. Childs Taylor m. Rhoda Bates.
See Nos. 62561.

Volume 93 page 292
Miss L. Mary Hale.
DAR ID Number: 92935
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Descendant of Caleb Fowler, as follows:
1. Henry Hale (b. 1868) m. 1891 Nellie Russell (b. 1869).
2. Norton T. Russell (1838-98) m. 1859 Laura Bosley (1839-1907).
3. Samuel Russell (1800-57) m. 1829 Ruth Ann Stone (1810-57).
4. Theophilus Stone (1773-1842) m. 1803 Clarinda Fowler (1782-1853).
See No. 92496.

Volume 94 page 52
Mrs. Laura Ashbaugh Mckitrick.
DAR ID Number: 93158
Born in Jerome, Ohio.
Descendant of Israel Clark, as follows:
1. Frederick Ashbaugh (1807-77) m. 1836 Matilda Clark (1821-70).
2. Harvey Clark (1797-1873) m. 1820 Nancy Travis (1804-88).
3. Israel Clark m. Mary Kendal.
See No.
87668.

Volume 95 page 80
Mrs. Della Wells Kellogg.
DAR ID Number: 94248
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Frank E. Kellogg.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells, as follows:
1. Jason Coe Wells (1818-1900) m. 1845 Caroline Moffett (b. 1820).
2. Ebenezer Wells (1784-1832) m. 1806 Diantha Coe (1786-1873).
3. Timothy Wells m. 1780 Easther Clark (1751-1838).
See No. 74937.

Volume 95 page 135
Mrs. Florence Belding Wells.
DAR ID Number: 94426
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Wife of Elbert W. Wells.
Descendant of Edmund Beech, as follows:
1. Edmund C. Belding (1822-96) m. 1849 Emily A. Wilmot (1830-83).
2. Almerin Belding (1781-1841) m. 1819 Nancy Beech (1797-1884).
3. Edmund Beech m. 1781 Susanna Stanley.
Edmund Beech (1758-1837) served as drummer and drum-major, 1775-77, and as private, 1779 in Maj. Thomas Bull's regiment, Connecticut Line. In 1832 he applied for a pension which was allowed. He was born in Goshen, Conn.; died in Le Roy, N. Y.

Volume 95 page 136
Miss Elinor R. Wells.
DAR ID Number: 94427
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Descendant of Sergt. Timothy Wells, Edmund Beech, Othniel Moses and Timothy Coe, as follows:
1. Elbert Wells (b. 1852) m. 1879 Florence Belding (b. 1854).
2. Goodwin Wells (1808-71) m. 1837 Ruth Talbot (1807-88); Edmund C. Belding (1822-96) m. 1849 Emily A. Wilmot (1830-83).
See No. 94426.
3. Ebenezer Wells (1784-1832) m. Diantha Coe (1786-1873); John Talbot (1772-1854) m. 2nd Cynthia Moses (1779-1847).
See No. 94248.
4. Othniel Moses m. Sarah Phinney; Timothy Coe m. 1st 1785 Mary Hall (1764-1806).
Othniel Moses (1730-1814) served as private in Colonel Wolcott's regiment, 1776, Connecticut Line. He was born in Farmington; died in Burlington, Conn.
Timothy Coe (1760-1841) served as private under Captains Camp, Robinson, Stanley, Burton and Norton, Colonels Baldwin, Hooker, Cook and Arnold, Connecticut Line. He was born in Durham; died in Hartland, Conn.

Volume 95 page 301
Mrs. Elsie Monnett Malcolm.
DAR ID Number: 94418
Born in
Marion County, Ohio.
Wife of James Malcolm.
Descendant of Abraham Monnett, as follows:
1. Abraham Monnett (1811-81) m. 1836 Catharine Braucher (1815-75).
2. Rev. Jeremiah Crabb Monnett (1784-1864) m. 1805 Aley Slagle (1788-1868).
3. Abraham Monnett m. 1772 Ann Hilleary (1748-1833).
See No. 94252.

Volume 95 page 301
Mrs. Amina J. Monnett Tobias.
DAR ID Number: 94419
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Judge J. C. Tobias.
Descendant of Abraham Monnett, as follows:
1. Abraham Monnett (1811-81) m. 1836 Catharine Braucher (1815-75).
See No. 94252.

Volume 95 page 301
Mrs. Catherine L. Monnett Ross.
DAR ID Number: 94422
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of Linus Ross.
Descendant of Abraham Monnett, as follows:
1. Abraham Monnett (1811-81) m. 1836 Catharine Braucher (1815-75).
See No. 94418.

Volume 95 page 301
Mrs. Grace Armina Ross Miller.
DAR ID Number: 94423
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Descendant of Abraham Monnett, as follows:
1. Linus High Ross (b. 1854) m. 1877 Catherine L. Monnett (b. 1858).
See No. 94418.

Volume 97 page 135
Miss Caroline E. Waters.
DAR ID Number: 96429
Born in Claridon, Ohio.
Descendant of Abner Waters, as follows:
1. Rufus Eugene Waters (b. 1834) m. 1st 1861 Elnora Amanda Spencer (1835-77).
2. Abner Curtis Waters (1805-93) m. 1829 Elmina Alcinda Beman (1809-93).
3. Abner Waters, Jr. (1782-1869), m. 1804 Lucy Manley (1787-1860).
4. Abner Waters m. Anna Brewster.
Abner Waters (1757-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Trumbull County, Ohio, for service as private, 1776, in Capt. Lebbeus Ball's company, Col. William Shepherd's Massachusetts regiment, Continental Line. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Gustavus Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.

Volume 103 p.311
Mrs. Mamie E. Williams Mathews.
DAR ID Number: 102639
Born in Pleasant, Ohio.
Wife of William J. Mathews.
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Davis and of Barnabas Otis, as follows:
1. Nathaniel G. Williamson (1828-85) m. 1855 Serena Davis (1835-96).
2. Walter Davis (1808-58) m. 1829 Caroline M. Otis (1810-83).
3. William Davis (1772-1843) m. 1794 Drusilla Olney (1771-1824); Stephen Otis (b. 1784) m. Mary Claudy.
4. Daniel Davis m. 1762 Elizabeth Whittemore (1740-1806); Barnabas Otis m. 1783 Mehitable Turner (d. 1850).
Daniel Davis (1742-1807) served as captain of a company in the Massachusetts militia and joined Gen. Rufus Putnam in founding the Marietta Colony. He was born in Oxford, Mass.; died in Waterford, Ohio.
See No.
66848.

Volume 105 page 118
Mrs. Mary Dale Metcalf Dorward.
DAR ID Number: 104352
Born in Centerville, Ohio.
Wife of Irwin P. Dorward.
Descendant of Zepheniah Holcombe, as follows:
1. Henry H. Metcalf (b. 1847) m. 1867 Artha McComber (1849-1912).
2. Linza McComber (b. 1818) m. 1837 Calfurnia Holcombe (1820-67).
3. Samuel R. Holcombe (1777-1867) m. 1802 Sarah Ewing (1783-1850).
4. Zepheniah Holcombe m. 1772 Taphena Niles (d. 1777).
Zepheniah Holcombe (1750-1822) served as a private in Capt. Abner Hawley's company, 8th regiment of Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.; died in Otsego County, N. Y.

Volume 105 page 229
Mrs. Emma Ballantine Harter.
DAR ID Number: 104691
Born in
Marion, Ohio.
Wife of S. B. Harter.
Descendant of Dr. Ebenezer Ballantine, as follows:
1. John Ballantine (1794-1879) m. 2nd 1841 Angeline Russell (1803-59).
2. Ebenezer Ballantine m. 1795 Mary Osborn (1773-1823).
See No. 40077.


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