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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Mrs. Marie Louise Sanders.
DAR ID Number: 7001 
Born in Louisiana. 
Wife of James Harris Sanders. 
Descendant of Capt. Elisha Hinman, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James INGERSOLL Day and Sarah Eliza Armitage, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Day and Hannah Hinman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Hinman and Abigail Dolbeare, his wife. 
Elisha Hinman entered the service as lieutenant; in 1776 was captain of the “Cabot” and later of the “Alfred,” succeeding John Paul Jones. In 1778 he was compelled to surrender to the “Adriadne” and “Ceres” and was taken a prisoner to England but escaped to France. In command of the “Hancock” he added laurels to his fame by the capture of the “Lady Erskine” and the “Beaver.” 
Also Nos. 2205, 3522, 5036. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Mrs. Sarah E. Townsend.
DAR ID Number: 7002 
Born in Louisiana. 
Wife of Edward Mitchell Townsend. 
Descendant of Capt. Elisha Hinman. 
Daughter of James INGERSOLL Day and Sarah Eliza Armitage, his wife. 
See No. 7001. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Miss Ethel Amory.
DAR ID Number: 7195 
Born in New York. 
Descendant of Gov. James Sullivan, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Arthur Amory and Betty INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Sullivan Amory and Mary Copley Greene, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Amory and Mehetable Sullivan, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Sullivan and Mehetable Odiorne, his wife. 
James Sullivan was unable to give military services on account of a fractured limb. He was a member of the Provincial Congress when in 1775 he received a vote of thanks for his successful mission to Ticonderoga. He was judge of the Superior Court from 1776-82. 
Also Nos. 4323, 5805. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Mrs. Sarah Antoinette Fitch Way.
DAR ID Number: 7838 
Born in New York. 
Wife of John Tier Way. 
Descendant of Hon. Eldad Taylor, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Parmelee Fitch and Sarah INGERSOLL Morgan, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Archippus Morgan and Pamelia Taylor, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Taylor and Sarah INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eldad Taylor and Thankful Day, his wife. 
Eldad Taylor was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety and died at Boston in 1777 when a member from Hampshire county to the General Court. 
Also Nos. 3797, 4550. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8
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Miss Emily Call Griffith.
DAR ID Number: 7976 
Born in New York. 
Descendant of Hon. Jonathan Greenleaf, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Walter Scott Griffith and Caroline Grenleaf Call, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Call and Caroline Greenleaf, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Enoch Greenleaf and Dorothy INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Greenleaf and Mary Presbury, his wife. 
Jonathan Greenleaf, 1774, was a member of the Committee of Safety of Newbury and deputy to the first Provincial Congress. In 1783 he was a representative to the General Court, and lived to the age of eighty-four. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10
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Mrs. Clara Chamberlin Mclean.
DAR ID Number: 9307 
Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Charles B. McLean. 
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlin, John Crosby and William INGERSOLL, of Masachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Kendrick Chamberlin and Clementine Curier Crosby, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline INGERSOLL, his wife; Ephraim Kirby Chamberlin and Susan Pennock Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan INGERSOLL and Polly Perry, his wife; Jacob Chamberlain and Sarah Harris, his wife; Abijah Crosby and Caty Olds, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah INGERSOLL and Polly Barlow, his wife; Samuel Chamberlin and Margaret Bullard, his wife; John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL, his wife. 
John Crosby, 1776, was a soldier under Capt. Isaiah Higgins. 
Samuel Chamberlin enlisted for three years from Berkshire county and served in Capt. Enos Stone's company, Brewer's regiment, at Valley Forge. 
William INGERSOLL, 1777, served on the Committee of Safety of Lee and lived to the advanced age of ninety-two. 
Also Nos. 2870, 7013. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
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Miss Mary Ethel Everett.
DAR ID Number: 10021 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Zebulon INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Walter Everett and Caroline F. Ordway, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Warren Ordway and Caroline G. Foote, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Foote and Dolly INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zebulon INGERSOLL and Ruth Pike, his wife. 
Zebulon INGERSOLL, 1777, at the age of twenty, enlisted for three years in Capt. Samuel Carr's company, Col. James Wesson's regiment. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11
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Mrs. Mabel Rose Gibson Chaffee.
DAR ID Number: 10267 
Born in Texas. 
Wife of Newman Keyes Chaffee. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Gove and of Capt. Samuel Thrall, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Col. William R. Gibson and Frances Thrall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Reuben R. Thrall and Elizabeth H. Gove, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Jesse Gove and Sophia INGERSOLL, his wife; Jesse Thrall and Mabel Rose, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gove and Esther Tyler, his wife; Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell, his wife. 
Nathaniel Gove was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and lieutenant at Long Island, where he was captured. He was poisoned on the prison ship and suffered from it through life. He died in 1813 and upon his tomb at Rutland, Vt., is “Capt. Nathaniel Gove, of the Connecticut Line.” 
Samuel Thrall, who had served in the early wars, commanded a company in the Northern department. He died in 1821, aged eighty-four. 
Also Nos. 3664, 4683, 9358. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
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Mrs. Harriet Jencks INGERSOLL Ripley.
DAR ID Number: 11060 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles Phelps Huntington Ripley. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Maj. Edward INGERSOLL, U. S. A. and Harriet Jencks Child, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John INGERSOLL, Jr., and Elizabeth Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Margaret Moseley, his wife. 
John INGERSOLL, 1778, was chosen to serve on a committee "to remonstrate to the General Court of the nakedness of the army and of the necessity of its being supplied with clothing and other necessaries, immediately.” He was born at Westfield, 1731, and died there, 1792. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
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Miss Anna Josephine INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 11106 
Born in New York. 
Descendant of Col. Thaddeus Crane, of New York. 
Daughter of Daniel Wesley INGERSOLL and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Trueman Smith and Theda Crane, his wife. 
[p.42] Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Crane and Lydia Read Baxter, his wife. 
Thaddeus Crane, 1775, commanded a company of Westchester county militia. At the battle of Ridgefield he was seriously wounded. He served in the Assembly and was a member of the convention that ratified the Constitution. He was on the invalid pension list when he died, 1803, at North Salem, where he was born, 1728. 
Also Nos. 2681, 5083, 6155. 

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
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Mrs. Mary Van Kleeck Shepard.
DAR ID Number: 11181 
Born in New York. 
Wife of Robert Mellen Shepard. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. James Mellen, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William H. Van Kleeck and Mary INGERSOLL Leeds, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Leeds and Mary Warren Mellen, his wife. 
[p.72] Gr.-granddaughter of William Mellen and Lucretia Marsh, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Mellen and Elizabeth Russell, his wife. 
James Mellen, who had fought in the early wars, was a minute man at Lexington. He commanded a company at Bunker Hill, and, 1777, was lieutenant colonel of Col. James Warren's regiment, stationed on the Hudson. He was bearer to Washington of André's request that he might be shot, and was officer of the day at the execution. He was born at Hopkinton, 1739, and died at Mendon, 1812. 
Also Nos. 1587, 3616. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
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Mrs. Harriet Hanson Robinson.
DAR ID Number: 11542 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Stevens Robinson. 
Descendant of Capt. Seth INGERSOLL Browne, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Hanson and Harriet Browne, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Seth INGERSOLL Browne and Sarah Godding, his wife. 
Seth INGERSOLL Browne (1750-1809), was one of the Sons of Liberty disguised as Mohawk Indians, who threw the tea overboard in Boston Harbor. He was at Bunker Hill, where he was twice wounded and the gun he carried is still in the family. He served with Washington and Lincoln in the Commissary Department, and was then assigned to the secret service. He died at Charlestown. 
Also No. 3998. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
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Mrs. Abbie Maria Sanford Head.
DAR ID Number: 11551 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Nathaniel Head. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Stephen Sanford and Maria Ann Fisher, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philo Sanford and Lydia Whiting, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba INGERSOLL, his wife. 
David Sanford was a patriot preacher when appointed chaplain of Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment, 1776. He was born, 1737, at New Milford, Conn., and died, 1810, at Medway, Mass. 
Also No. 10677. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13
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Miss Mary Elizabeth Bass Kendall.
DAR ID Number: 12712 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall and Mary Hooton Bass, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Kendall and Martha INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan INGERSOLL and Martha Haskell, his wife. 
Jonathan INGERSOLL (1747-1817), was captain of the sloop of war “Packett,” 1778, and of the “John,” 1779. He was born and died at Ipswich. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13
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Miss Edith Kendall.
DAR ID Number: 12713 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Abijah Wyman, John Preston and Jonathan INGERSOLL, all of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall and Eliza Lorence Proston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joshua Preston and Sarah Augusta Wyman, his wife; Jonathan Kendall and Martha INGERSOLL, his wife. 
See No. 12712. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Wyman and Bettie Stearns, his wife; John Preston and Mehitable White, his wife. 
Abijah Wyman (1745-1804), turned out at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company under Col. William Prescott at the battle of Bunker Hill. 
John Preston (1746-1827), marched from Danvers at the [p.273] Lexington Alarm in Capt. Samuel Flint's company, Col. Timothy Pickering's regiment. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13
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Miss Elizabeth F. Sanford.
DAR ID Number: 12749 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Stephen Sanford and Maria Ann Fisher, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philo Sanford and Lydia Whiting, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba INGERSOLL, his wife. 
David Sanford (1737-1810), a graduate of Yale, was an earnest advocate of the cause of the Colonies, and when the war began he volunteered as chaplain. 
Also Nos. 10677, 11551. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
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Mrs. Caroline INGERSOLL Ely.
DAR ID Number: 14267 
Born in Georgia. 
Widow of Richard Sheldon Ely. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
[p.99] Daughter of Maj. Edward INGERSOLL, U. S. A., and Harriet Jencks Child, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John INGERSOLL, Jr., and Elizabeth Martin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Margaret Moseley, his wife. 
John INGERSOLL, (1731-92), served as moderator at the meeting, 1778, when a committee was chosen to remonstrate with the General Court for the lack of clothing and supplies of the army. He was born at Westfield, where he died. 
Also No. 11060. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
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Mrs. Theresa Jenkins INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 14600 
Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George B. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Enoch Jenkins, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Salmon Freedom Jenkins and Frances Mary Bradley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William F. Jenkins and Laura Hebard, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Enoch Jenkins and Hannah Day, his wife. 
Enoch Jenkins, (1763-1846), served under Capt. Ephraim Cleveland, 1777-79, and in Col. Michael Jackson's regiment, 1780. He was born at Malden, Mass., and died at Java, N. Y. When Lafayette reviewed the army he complimented him upon his soldierly bearing. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
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Miss Charlotte Nesmith.
DAR ID Number: 16360 
Born in Brooklyn, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Cunningham. 
Daughter of James INGERSOLL Nesmith and Sarah Frances Cunningham, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Cunningham and Charlotte Nesmith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunningham and Susan Carter (1757-1842) his wife. 
Samuel Cunningham, (1738-1827), responded to the Lexington Alarm and was a member of the Provincial Congress that met at Exeter, April 25, 1775. He was lieutenant of a company raised at Peterboro to resist the progress of Burgoyne and commanded a company in the Rhode Island campaign, [p.134] 1778. He was born in Townsend, Mass., and died in Belfast, Maine. 
Also Nos. 10954, 15834. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
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Mrs. Elizabeth S. Cooper Stanton.
DAR ID Number: 17374 
Born in Washington County, Maine. 
Wife of Dr. John Gilman Stanton. 
Descendant of Hon. William Cooper, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of James Sullivan Cooper and Abby INGERSOLL Girdler, his wife. 
[p.144] Granddaughter of Gen. John Cooper and Elizabeth Savage, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Cooper and Katharine Wendall, his wife. 
William Cooper, (1721-1809), was a member of the General Court and served as the Speaker. For forty-nine years he was town clerk of Boston. He was born in Brookline, Mass., and died in Boston, Mass. 

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
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Miss Blanche Kendall.
DAR ID Number: 18518 
Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan INGERSOLL, Capt. Abijah Wyman and John Preston, all of
Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Augustus Kendall (1808-89) and Eliza Lorence Preston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Johnathan Kendall (1769-1833) and Martha INGERSOLL (1778-1857), his wife; Joshua Preston (1781-1846) and Sarah Wyman (1781-1831), his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Johnathan INGERSOLL and Martha Haskell (1755-1835), his wife; John
Preston and Mehitable White, his wife; Abijah Wyman and Bettie Stearns, his wife (m. 1768). 
Jonathan INGERSOLL, (1747-1817), was commander of the brigantine “Packett,” 1778, and of the “John,” 1779. He was born and died in Ipswich. 
Abijah Wyman, (1745-1804), turned out at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company at Bunker Hill. He was born in Lancaster and died in Ashby. 
Also No. 12713. 
[p.192] John Preston, (1746-1827), was a minute man, from Danvers, at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Samuel Flint's Company, Col. Timothy Pickering's regiment. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19
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[p.343] Miss Addie Matilda Howell.
DAR ID Number: 18954 
Born in Charleston, South Carolina. 
Descendant of Daniel Oakes. 
Daughter of Samie Spencer Howell and Josephine INGERSOLL Oakes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ziba Burrell Oakes and Maragaret Garaux Christie, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Oakes and Mary Burrell, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Oakes and Mourning Flagg, his wife. 
Daniel Oakes, (1761-1845), enlisted, 1780, in the artillery and also served in the Massachusetts infantry. He was born in Harvard, Mass., and died in Maine. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20
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Mrs. Marie Louise Doran Williams.
DAR ID Number: 19514 
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of John Williams. 
Descendant of Col. Isaac Warner and of William Powell, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Joseph INGERSOLL Doran and Ida Warner Erwin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Warner Erwin (1824-90) and Caroline Ann Borden, his wife (m. 1850).

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Erwin and Rebecca Ashton Warner (1800-81), his wife (m. 1823). 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Coulton Warner (1767-1803) and Sarah Powell (1771-1845), his wife (m. 1795). 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Warner and Lydia Coulton, his wife (m. 1757); William Powell and Mary Thomas (d. 1817), his wife (m. 1765). 
Isaac Warner commanded the Seventh Battalion, Philadelphia county militia, 1777. He was expelled from the Society of Friends “for persisting in bearing arms.” He was a member, 1778, of the Provincial Congress in Philadelphia county where, in 1794, he died. 
Also Nos. 9312, 14612. 
William Powell served in Atlee's battalion of musketry which suffered great loss at the battle of Long Island where he was killed. He was born in Pennsylvania. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21
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Miss Cornelia INGERSOLL Morrell.
DAR ID Number: 20640 
Born in Hudson, Ohio. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Daniel Dighton Morrell and Mary Caroline INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lemi INGERSOLL and Theodosia S. Humphrey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin INGERSOLL and Lydia Barlow, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL (cousins), his wife. 
[p.225] William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety and first treasurer of the town of Lee, which in 1777 was organized and where he died. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22
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Mrs. Mary L. INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 21167 
Born in Peterboro, New York. 
Widow of J. Delos INGERSOLL
Descendant of Ens. John Cleveland. 
[p.63] Daughter of James Truax and Lovina Cleveland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nehemiah Cleveland and Hannah Morgan, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Cleveland and Sarah Schofield (1757-1845), his wife, m. 1777. 
John Cleveland served through the war in the Connecticut Line. He died in Vermont, 1824. His widow received a pension in Oswego Co., N. Y., for two years' service of her husband as private and ensign in the Connecticut troops. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22
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Mrs. Susie C. Ryan.
DAR ID Number: 21366 
Born in De Soto, Wisconsin. 
Wife of Edward H. Ryan. 
Descendant of Sergt. Simeon Porter, Isaac Secor, Jonathan Hart, and Stephen Curry. 
Daughter of Charles Loomis INGERSOLL and Susan Curry, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gidney Secor INGERSOLL and Sarah Earle, his wife; Benjamin Ward Curry and Susan Hart, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Anna Secor, his wife; [p.133] Stephen Hopkins Earle and Sarah Porter, his wife; Thomas Curry and Rebecca Ward, his wife; James B. Hart and Elizabeth A. M. Roake, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Secor and Mary Gedney (1744-1812), his wife; Simeon Porter and Sarah Patterson, his wife; Stephen Curry and Frances Moore, his wife; Jonathan Hart and Elizabeth Bloomer, his wife. 
Isaac Secor, (1739-1810), enlisted in Capt. Jacob Onderdonk's company from Haverstraw precinct, Orange county. He died in Putnam Co., N. Y. 
Simeon Porter, (1751-1838), served as sergeant in Capt. Isaac Bostwick's company, of Connecticut militia in the first call for troops. 
Stephen Curry, (1742-1830), was a private in Capt. Eleazer Boyd's company of militia. He was born and died in Westchester county, N. Y. 
Jonathan Hart served as a private in the militia of Westchester county where in 1785, he died. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22
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[p.141] Mrs. Florence Bradlee Smith Hart.
DAR ID Number: 21388 
Born in New Britain, Connecticut. 
Wife of Edward H. Hart. 
Descendant of Lieut. Simon INGERSOLL, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Theodore E. Smith and Catharine Louise Lockwood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Munson INGERSOLL Lockwood and Sarah Lewis Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Lockwood and Sarah INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon INGERSOLL and Eliabeth Schofield, his wife. 
Simon INGERSOLL was appointed lieutenant, 1776, of the Fourth Company, Col. Gold Selleck Silliman's regiment, Wadsworth's brigade, and was at the battle of Long Island. He contracted camp fever and died, 1777, at Stanwich, Conn. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22
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Mrs. Catharine Hawley Fitch.
DAR ID Number: 21716 
Born in Middlebury, Vermont. 
Wife of Theodore Fitch. 
Descendant of Col. John Ely, Charles Coe and Lieut. Joshua King. 
Daughter of Rev. Samuel Goodrich Coe and Grace INGERSOLL Hawley, is wife. 
[p.262] Granddaughter of Rev. Noah Coe and Elizabeth Goodrich, his wife; William Hawley and Catharine King, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Coe and Hannah Bates, his wife; Rev. Samuel Goodrich and Elizabeth Ely, his wife; Joshua King and Anne INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Ely and Sarah Worthington, his wife. 
John Ely, (1737-1800), raised a regiment at his own expense which he commanded, 1777, when he was taken prisoner. During his confinement he acted as physician to the smallpox sufferers on Long Island. He was born in Lyme; died in Saybrook, Conn. 
Also Nos. 542, 1180, 2756, 6049, 19677. 
Charles Coe, (1760-1817), volunteered for the defense of the Hudson under Capt. Samuel Camp. He was born and died in Durham, Conn. 
Joshua King, (1758-1839), served as cornet of Continental dragoons, lieutenant, 1779, wounded at Eutaw Springs and served to the close of the war. He was born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Ridgfield, Conn. 
Also Nos. 6576, 10685. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22
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Miss Mary Goodrich Fitch.
DAR ID Number: 21717 
Born in Yonkers, New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Joseph Hoyt, Matthew Fitch, Col. John Ely, Lieut. Joshua King and Charles Coe. 
Daughter of Thodore Fitch and Catharine Hawley Coe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Silas Fitch and Mary A. White, his wife; Rev. Samuel Goodrich Coe and
Grace INGERSOLL Hawley, his wife. 
See No. 21716. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Fitch and Clarissa Howell, his wife; Nathaniel Smith White and Anna Seely, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Fitch and Sarah Reed, his wife; Silvanus Seely and Mary Hoyt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoyt and Jane King, his wife. 
See No. 21229. 
Matthew Fitch, (1744-90), served as a private in the Ninth Regiment of Connecticut militia. He was born and died in New Canaan, Conn. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23
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Mrs. Marcia Atkinson INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 22004 
Born in Hollis, Maine. 
Wife of Richmond H. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Ensign Moses Atkinson. 
Daughter of James Atkinson and Polly Barnes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Atkinson and Rebecca Woodman, his wife. 
Moses Atkinson, (1747-1813), enlisted, 1775, as sergeant, served as ensign, 1776, and was in the battle of Long Island. [p.3] He was born in Buxton, Mass., and died in New York while on active duty as a soldier in the War of 1812. 

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23
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Miss Annie L. INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 22005 
Born in Biddeford, Maine. 
Descendant of Ensign Moses Atkinson. 
Daughter of Richmond H. INGERSOLL and Marcia Atkinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Atkinson and Polly Barnes, his wife. 
See No. 22004. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23
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Miss Mary Gray Stone.
DAR ID Number: 22046 
Born in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Gen. Timothy Pickering, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Richard Stone and Lucy Bowditch, his wife. 
Granddaughter of J. INGERSOLL Bowditch and Lucy Orne Nichols, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Ropes Nichols and Mary Pickering, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Pickering and Rebecca White, his wife. 
Timothy Pickering, (1745-1829), a graduate of Harvard, was a member of the Board of War, 1780, when Congress unanimously appointed him quartermaster general which office he held until it was abolished. He was born in Salem, where he died. 
Also Nos. 1009, 14764, 17754. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23
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Mrs. Theodora Munn Eckbo.
DAR ID Number: 22925 
Born in Utica, New York. 
Wife of Axel J. C. Eckbo. 
Descendant of Sergt. Calvin Munn, Thomas Pier, Jr., and David Pier. 
Daughter of Charles Starr Munn (1839-82) and Mary Elizabeth Pier, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Munn, 2d, and Mary Meek, his wife; Delos David Pier (1815-88) and Marinda Eliza Wood, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Munn and Hannah Griffin, his wife; Ephraim Pier (1785-1842) and Mary Thurber, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Pier and Abigail Seward, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pier, Jr., and Rachel Tremaine, his wife. 
Calvin Munn, (1761-1850), enlisted at sixteen in the Massachusetts infantry and served six years. He was honorably discharged and this document is in the possession of the family. [p.325] He was placed on the pension roll, 1818. He was born in Monson, Mass.; died in Springfield, Vt. 
Also No. 12143. 
Thomas Pier, Jr., (1730-1816), served in the Berkshire county militia at various Alarms. He removed from Great Barrington, Mass., 1790, with his six sons (John, Levi, David, Solomon, Abner and Silas) and founded a town in Otsego Co., N. Y. 
Also No. 350. 
David Pier served at the alarm to the northward, 1781, under Capt. Thomas INGERSOLL, First Berkshire County Regiment. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass., 1756; died in Otsego Co., N. Y. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
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Mrs. Anna Eustace Shaw.
DAR ID Number: 23375 
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Benjamin F. Shaw. 
Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Olmstead, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Rev. Thomas Eustace and Frances Olmstead, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Olmstead and Esther INGERSOLL, his wife, m. 1779. 
Ebenezer Olmstead, (1759-1801), served in many battles and was wounded at Germantown. He was placed on the pension roll for two years' actual service as sergeant, ensign and lieutenant in the Connecticut troops. He was born in Ridgefield, Conn., where he died. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
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Miss Jane Eliza Hitchcock.
DAR ID Number: 23767 
Born in Chicago, Illinois. 
Descendant of Col. Howell Woodbridge, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Birdsall INGERSOLL Hitchcock and Sarah Woodbridge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Woodbridge and Eliza Smith Ripley, his wife. 
See No. 23768. 

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Mrs. Kathreen Walker Hueston.
DAR ID Number: 24028 
Born in Farmington, Michigan. 
Wife of Dr. James Morey Hueston. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Andrew Caroll Walker and Angeline INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Erastus INGERSOLL and Sallie Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL (cousins), his wife. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety and first treasurer of the town of Lee. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640. 

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Mrs. Eliza Angeline INGERSOLL Walker.
DAR ID Number: 24029 
Born in Victor, New York. 
Wife of Andrew Caroll Walker. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL
Daughter of Erastus INGERSOLL and Sallie Smith, his wife. 
See No. 24028. 

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Miss Avis Elsie INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 24445 
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Descendant of Capt. Jesse Leavenworth, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Avery M. INGERSOLL and Harriette Leavenworth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Col. Jesse Henry Leavenworth and Elvira Caroline Leavenworth, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Henry Leavenworth and Elizabeth Morrison, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Leavenworth and Catharine (Conkling) Frisbie, his wife. 
Jesse Leavenworth, (1740-1824), served as lieutenant in the Governor's Foot Guards under Capt. Benedict Arnold at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company at Ticonderoga. He was born in Waterbury, Conn.; died in Sacket's Harbor, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 4394, 6987. 

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Mrs. Grace Pier Carpenter.
DAR ID Number: 24830 
Born in Springfield Center, New York. 
Wife of Leonard Carpenter. 
Descendant of Corp. James Wilson, David Pier and Thomas Pier, Jr. 
Daughter of Francis Benton Whipple and Jennie Louise Pier, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ezra S. Whipple and Lovina Fake, his wife; Theodore F. Pier and Lorinda M. Shipman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Fake and Barbara Wilson, his wife; Ephraim Pier (1785-1842) and Mary Thurber, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Wilson and Elizabeth, (1759-1842), his wife, m. 1781; David Pier and Abigail Seward, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pier, Jr. and Rachel Tremaine, his wife. 
James Wilson, (1756-1807), served as corporal with the New York troops under Capt. Diefendorf. His widow received a pension. 
Thomas Pier, Jr., (1730-1816), served in the Berkshire County militia at various alarms. He removed from Great Barrington, Mass., 1790, with his six sons (John, Levi, David, Solomon, Abner and Silas), and founded a town in Otsego Co., N. Y. 
[p.297] David Pier served at the alarm to the northward, 1781, under Capt. Thomas INGERSOLL, First Berkshire County regiment. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass., 1756; died in Otsego Co., N. Y. 
Also Nos. 350, 22925. 

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Mrs. Deborah Carlton Mcmichael.
DAR ID Number: 25929 
Born in Salem, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Hugh M. J. McMichael. 
[p.337] Descendant of Capt. John INGERSOLL and of Moses Carlton, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Capt. Nathaniel INGERSOLL and Deborah Carlton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel INGERSOLL (1797-1854) and Margaret Crowinshield Foote, his wife; Moses Carlton and Mary Webster, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Hannah Bowditch, his wife. 
John INGERSOLL, (1756-1840), was captain of the Brigantine Speedwell, 1780. He was born in Salem, Mass., where he died. 
Moses Carlton, (1759-1838), enlisted at the age of twenty-one in Capt. Phineas Parker's company to reënforce the Continental army. He was born in Bradford, Mass., where he died. 

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Mrs. Mary Pier Munn.
DAR ID Number: 28688 
Born in Pierstown, New York. 
Widow of Charles Starr Munn. 
Descendant of Thomas Pier, Jr., and of David Pier, both of Massachusetts and New York. 
[p.251] Daughter of Delos David Pier (1815-88) and Marinda Eliza Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ephraim Pier (1785-1842) and Mary Thurber, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Pier and Abigail Seward, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pier, Jr., and Rachel Tremaine, his wife. 
Thomas Pier, Jr., (1730-1816), served in the Berkshire county militia at various alarms. He removed from Great Barrington, Mass., 1790, with six sons (John, Levi, David, Solomon, Abner and Silas) and founded a town in Otsego Co., N. Y. 
David Pier served at the alarm to the northward, 1781, under Capt. Thomas INGERSOLL, First Berkshire county regiment. He was born in Great Barrington, 1756; died in Otsego, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 350, 22925, 24830. 

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Mrs. Charlotte Ireland Mckay.
DAR ID Number: 29135 
Born in Owego, New York. 
Widow of Hiram Cecil McKay. 
Descendant of Thomas Ireland, of New York; Capt. Peter INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of J. Merritt Ireland and Mary INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Ireland and Nancy Crandell, his wife; Winthrop INGERSOLL and Fanny Hall, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ireland and Sarah Seely, his wife; Moses INGERSOLL and Lavina Lee, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter INGERSOLL and Anna Leverhill, his wife, m. 1753. 
Peter INGERSOLL, (1733-85), commanded a company, 1775, in [p.47] Col. David Brewer's regiment of Massachusetts militia. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass.; died there. 
Thomas Ireland, (1745-1811), served as a private in the Third Ulster Co., New York militia, 1775. He was born in Huntington, L. I.; died in Schaghticoke, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 23498, 27795. 

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Mrs. Isabelle INGERSOLL Orr.
DAR ID Number: 29136 
Born in Owego, New York. 
Wife of Delbert Horatio Orr. 
Descendant of Capt. Peter INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Winthrop INGERSOLL and Alice Walker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James H. INGERSOLL and Lucinda Ballou, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Winthrop INGERSOLL and Fanny Hall, his wife. 
See No. 29135. 

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Mrs. Anna Winthrop Ladd Drummond.
DAR ID Number: 29347 
Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 
Wife of R. Roscoe Drummond. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Ladd, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Hon. Warren Ladd and Lucy W. Kingman, his wife. 
[p.127] Granddaughter of Nathaniel Ladd, Jr. and Sarah INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ladd and Sarah Noyes, his wife. 
Nathaniel Ladd, (1755-1837), served several enlistments and was wounded at Stillwater. He was placed on the pension roll of Essex Co., Mass., 1809, for service as private in the Massachusetts militia. It was raised in 1822 on account of increased disability. He was born in Methuen; died in East Haverhill, Mass. 

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Mrs. Lillian Drake Avery.
DAR ID Number: 29551 
Born in Farmington, Michigan. 
Wife of Dr. Aaron B. Avery. 
Descendant of Elijah Drake, William INGERSOLL and David INGERSOLL
Daughter of Francis Marion Drake and Sarah Elizabeth Chadwick, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Drake and Eliza Chapman, his wife; Samuel Chadwick and Sally INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Drake and Abigail Stoddard, his wife; David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons (1760-1837), his wife, m. 1781. 
[p.198] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Drake and Sarah Handye, his wife; William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1804), his wife, m. 1746. 
Elijah Drake, (1760-1848), was placed on the pension roll at the age of seventy-three for nine months' actual service as private in the Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Northampton co., Penna.; died in Royal Oak, Mich. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028. 
David INGERSOLL, (1759-1839), served with the Berkshire county militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born in Lee, Mass., where he died. 

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Mrs. Marion Louise Mclean Schultz.
DAR ID Number: 30499 
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Thomas S. Schultz. 
Descendant of Samuel Chamberlain, John Crosby and William INGERSOLL, all of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Batchelor McLean and Clara Chamberlain, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Kendrick Chamberlain and Clementine Crosby, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Kirby Chamberlain (1805-52) and Susan Pennock Clark, his wife; Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Chamberlain and Sarah Harris, his wife; Abijah Crosby and Caty Olds, his wife; Nathan INGERSOLL (1791-1858) and Polly Perry, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Chamberlain and Margaret (Bullard) Clark, his wife, m. 1755; John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife; Elijah INGERSOLL (b. 1766) and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1786. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (Inersoll), his wife, m. 1746. 
Samuel Chamberlain, enlisted for three years, from Berkshire Co., Mass., and served in Capt. Enos Stone's Co., at Valley Forge. He was born, 1734, in Holliston, Mass. 
Also Nos. 7013, 9307. 
John Crosby, (1735-1820), served as a private in Capt. [p.175] Isaiah Higgins's company 1776. He was born in Harwich; died in Lee, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551. 

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Mrs. Josephine Waters Hays.
DAR ID Number: 31174 
Born in Byron, Wisconsin. 
Wife of Henry Millard Hays. 
Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Collins, Capt. John Couch and Lieut. George Griswold. 
Daughter of Homer Collins Waters and Adaline Rockwell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Waters and Lament Collins, his wife; Heman Rockwell and Henrietta Griswold, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Collins and Sarah Couch, his wife; George Griswold and Eunice INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Couch and Azubah Andrews, his wife; George Griswold and Mary Hayden, his wife. 
Jonathon Collins, (1755-1845), was placed on the pension roll of Lewis Co., N.Y., 1831, for service as private, fifer and sergeant in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in West Turin, N. Y. 
John Couch, (1725-1806), commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm and was taken prisoner at Fort Washington, 1776. He was born in Bradford; died in Menden, Conn. 
Also Nos. 2618, 3486, 12129, 24534, 28469. 
George Griswold, (1737-1823), was lieutenant under Capt. John Harmon and served in the battle of the Jerseys. He was born in Windsor, Conn., where he died. 
Also Nos. 4197, 14239, 18866, 27201. 

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Mrs. Emma Skirm INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 31617 
Born in Trenton, New Jersey. 
Wife of Robert H. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Capt. Robert Quigley, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William H. Skirm and Katherine Jane Youmans, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Skirm and Rebecca Miller, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Skirm and Achsah Quigley, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Quigley and Mercy Coleman, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Quigley and Mary Pearson, (b. 1708), his wife, m. 1733. 
Robert Quigley served as lieutenant and captain of New Jersey militia. He was born in Trenton where he died. 

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Mrs. Emil Y INGERSOLL Moss.
DAR ID Number: 31659 
Born in Sterling, New York. 
Widow of John Moss. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, of New York. 
Daughter of John INGERSOLL and Mary Terrell, his wife, m. 1807. 
[p.246] John INGERSOLL, (1764-1839), was placed on the pension roll, 1818, for service as private in the New York militia. He was born in Amenia, N. Y.; died in Cornwell, N. Y. 

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Miss Alice Cooper Stanton.
DAR ID Number: 32787 
Born in New London, Connecticut. 
Descendant of Hon. William Cooper, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Gilman Stanton and Elizabeth Savage Cooper, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Sullivan Cooper and Abby INGERSOLL Girdler, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. John Cooper and Elizabeth Savage, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Cooper and Katharine Wendall, his wife. 
William Cooper, (1721-1809), was a member of the General Court and served as the speaker. For forty-nine years he was town clerk of Boston. He was born in Brookline; died in Boston, Mass. 
Also No. 17374. 

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Mrs. Katharine Sedgwick Cooley.
DAR ID Number: 32995 
Born in Hunter, New York. 
Widow of Rev. Henry E. Cooley. 
Descendant of Samuel Sedgwick, Jr. 
Daughter of Charles Henry Sedgwick and Christina INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sedgwick, Jr. and Ann Steele, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sedgwick, (1725-94) and Deborah Higgins, his wife. 
Samuel Sedgwick, Jr., (1754-1828), was granted a pension for two years actual service as private in the Connecticut line. 
Also Nos. 3469, 8370, 13647, 26666. 

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Mrs. Sophronia Benton Black.
DAR ID Number: 33711 
Born in Chardon, Ohio. 
Wife of John INGERSOLL Black. 
Descendant of Zadock Benton and of Jacob Van Dyke. 
Daughter of Merritt Keyes Benton and Adelia Eldredge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Zadock Benton, Jr. and Polly Kendall, his wife; Franklin Eldredge and Eliza Maria Van Dyke, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Zadock Benton and Lydia Day, his wife, m. 1787; John Van Dyke and Eunice Garner, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Van Dyke and Charlotte Lawrence, his wife, m. 1781. 
[p.258] Zadock Benton, (1761-1845), was placed on the pension roll for over twenty months actual service as private, Connecticut line. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Chardon, Ohio. 
Also Nos. 12426, 19304. 
Jacob Van Dyke, (1760-1844), served under different commands 1776-81. His pension was allowed for over seven months actual service as private, New York militia. He died in Schoharie, Co., N. Y. 

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Miss Edith C. Holland.
DAR ID Number: 34670 
Born in Lisbon, Maine. 
Descendant of Michael Holland, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Holland and Jane M. Thompson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Holland and Rebecca Ilsley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Holland and Susanna INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Michael Holland, (1748-1828), served several enlistments in [p.234] the defense of the sea coast under Capt. Charles Smith and Capt. William Ellery. He was born and died in Gloucester. 

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Miss Blanche Avery.
DAR ID Number: 34720 
Born in Farmington, Michigan. 
Descendant of Nathan Avery, John Rockwell, Jr., Elijah Drake, William INGERSOLL and David INGERSOLL
Daughter of Aaron B. Avery, M. D. and Lillian Drake, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Avery and Matilda Rockwell, his wife; Francis Marion Drake and Sarah Elizabeth Chadwick, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Perkins Avery and Betsey Brewer, his wife; Eli Rockwell, (1792-1873) and Charlotte Ford, (1796-1872), his wife, m. 1813; Samuel Drake and Eliza Chapman, his wife; Samuel Chadwick and Sally INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Avery and Aliff Pearson, his wife; John Rockwell, Jr. and Rebecca Ives, his wife, m. 1777; Elijah Drake and Abigail Stoddard, his wife; David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL) (1727-1804), his wife, m. 1746. 
Nathan Avery, (1754-1821), enlisted 1775 under Capt. James Chapman, Parson's regiment and was at the siege of Boston. His widow received a pension of private Connecticut line. He was born in Lyme, Conn.; died in Palmyra, N. Y. 
Also No. 26904. 
[p.251] John Rockwell, Jr., (1755-1825), served in the Berkshire county militia at Bennington. He was born in Ridgefield, Conn., removed in 1766 to Lanesboro, Mass.; died in Cornwall, Vt. 
Elijah Drake, (1760-1848), was placed on the pension roll for nine months actual service as private, Pennsylvania line. He was born in Northampton Co., Pa.; died in Royal Oak, Mich. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass.  
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 30499. 
David INGERSOLL, (1759-1839), served with the Berkshire county militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 

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Mrs. Florence Eustace Smith.
DAR ID Number: 35275 
Born in Dixon, Illinois. 
Wife of Fred Dumont Smith. 
Descendant of Zephon Flower and of Lieut. Ebenezer Olmstead. 
Daughter of Thomas W. Eustace and Martha Shaw, his wife. 
[p.101] Granddaughter of Rev. Thomas Eustace and Frances Olmstead, his wife; Alanson B. Shaw and Philomela Flower, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Olmstead and Esther INGERSOLL, his wife, m. 1779; Zephon Flower and Mary Patrick, his wife, m. 1785. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Nathaniel Flower (1720-1800) and Huldah Bradford Steele, his wife. 
Zephon Flower, (1765-1855), was placed on the pension roll of Bradford County, Pa., 1818, for two years actual service of private in the Connecticut Continental line. He was born in Hartford, Conn.; died in Athens, Pa. 
Also Nos. 2270, 24553, 28151. 
Ebenezer Olmstead, (1759-1801), served in many battles and was wounded at Germantown. The widow was placed on the pension roll, 1836, for his two years actual service as sergeant, ensign and lieutenant in the Connecticut troops. He was born and died in Ridgefield, Conn. 
Also No. 23375. 

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Mrs. Della Crosby Liggett.
DAR ID Number: 35569 
Born in East Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of John Liggett, Jr. 
Descendant of John Crosby and of William INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Martin Crosby and Harriet Christine Lester, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Daniel Crosby and Mary Adaline INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Crosby and Catherine Olds, his wife; Nathan INGERSOLL, (1791-1858) and Polly Perry, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Crosby and Martha Goodspeed, his wife; Elijah INGERSOLL and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1786. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL), his wife, m. 1746. 
John Crosby, (1735-1820), served as a private in Capt. Isaiah Higgins's company, 1776. He was born in Harwich; died in Lee, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 30499, 34720. 

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Mrs. Ella Crosby Dally.
DAR ID Number: 35570 
Born in East Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Addison Browne Dally, Jr. 
Descendant of John Crosby and of William INGERSOLL
Daughter of Henry Martin Crosby and Harriet Christine Lester, his wife. 
See No. 35569. 

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Miss Harriet Wynes INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 37683 
Born in Danville, Maine. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Low INGERSOLL
Daughter of Nathaniel Low INGERSOLL and Nancy Clark, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Low INGERSOLL and Sarah Haskell (1764-1844), his wife, m. 1782. 
Nathaniel Low INGERSOLL, (1753-1834), volunteered in the Massachusetts militia under Captain Nathaniel Haskell and Captain Moses Merrill. In 1832 he applied for a pension in New Gloucester, Maine and it was allowed for eleven months actual service as private, Massachusetts militia. 

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Mrs. Louise Craig de Rizo-Rangabe.
DAR ID Number: 37716 
Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Prince Eugene de Rizo-Rangabé. 
Descendant of Elisha Parks, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Craig and Anne Parks, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Parks and Maria Sage, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Roland Parks (b. 1756) and Sarah Morrison, his wife, m. 1779. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Parks and Mary INGERSOLL (b. 1733), his wife, m. 1751. 
Elisha Parks, (1724-78), was a member of the first, second and third Provincial Congress. He served on committees to supply the army. He was born and died in Westfield. 
Also No. 16880. 

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[p.213] Mrs. Fannie INGERSOLL Dunham Scott.
DAR ID Number: 36602 
Born in Middleown, Connecticut. 
Wife of Philip Drennan Scott. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Churchill and of Jesse Plumb, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Joseph Starr Dunham and Mary Churchill Ward, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Truman Ward and Bethiah Plumb, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Plumb and Mary Churchill, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Churchill and Prudence Tryon, his wife. 
Joseph Churchill, (1734-97), commanded a company under Col. Comfort Sage in the New York campaign 1776. He was born in Portland, Conn., where he died. 
Also Nos. 3990, 17036. 
Jesse Plumb, (1746-1811), enlisted 1776; served in the New York campaign and was in the battle of White Plains. He was born and died in Middletown, Conn. 
Also Nos. 19627, 23327, 31216. 

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Mrs. Elizabeth Wells Jarvis.
DAR ID Number: 36814 
Born in Cheshire, Massachusetts. 
Wife of Charles INGERSOLL Jarvis. 
Descendant of Henry Tibbits and of Capt. Shubael Wilmarth, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Clark Wells and Minnie Gillette, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Bozzard Wells and Sally Reed Hoxie, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Wells and Hannah Wilmarth, his wife; Clark Hoxie and Lucy Tibbits, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Shubael Wilmarth and Mary Bosworth, his wife; Henry Tibbits and Ruth Brown (b. 1736), his wife. 
Shubael Wilmarth, (1739-1809), commanded a company of volunteers from Berkshire county in Col. Joab Stafford's regiment at Bennington. He died in Adams, Mass. 
Henry Tibbits served as a private in the independent company of volunteers of Berkshire county under Col. Joab Stafford at the battle of Bennington. He was born in Coventry, R. I.; died in Cheshire, Mass. 
Also Nos. 17411, 22336, 29506. 

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Mrs. Harriet Voorhees Butler.
DAR ID Number: 38675 
Born in Warren, Ohio. 
Wife of Joseph G. Butler. 
Descendant of Col. Sylvanus Seely. 
Daughter of Jonathan INGERSOLL and Catherine Jackson Seely, his wife. 
[p.251] Granddaughter of Sylvanus Seely and Mary Jackson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Williamson Seely and Elizabeth Williams, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Seely and Jane Williamson, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Seely and Mary —, his wife. 
Sylvanus Seely, (1743-1821), served as captain, major and colonel of Morris county, New Jersey troops. He removed to Wayne county, Pa., in 1800 and died at Seely's Mills. 
Also Nos. 34139, 36053. 

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Mrs. Caroline Woolworth Reed.
DAR ID Number: 40405 
Born in Southbridge, Massachusetts. 
Widow of George W. M. Reed. 
Descendant of Phineas Woolworth and of Elisha Parks. 
Daughter of Isaac Woolworth and Charlotte Bush, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Chauncey Woolworth and Betsey Granger, his wife; James Bush and Sarah Parks, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Woolworth and Mercy Sheldon, his wife; Roland Parks (b. 1756) and Sarah Morrison his wife, m. 1779. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Parks and Mary INGERSOLL, his wife, m. 1751. 
Phineas Woolworth, (1754-1815), served in the Connecticut militia at the Lexington Alarm and the siege of Boston. He was born in Suffield, Conn.; died in Lewis Co., N. Y. 
Also No. 17126. 
Elisha Parks, (1724-78), was a member of the first, second and third Provincial Congress. He served on Committees to supply the army. He was born and died in Westfield, Mass. 
Also Nos. 16880, 37716. 

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Miss Sara J. Holland.
DAR ID Number: 40872 
Born in Lisbon, Maine. 
Descendant of Michael Holland, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry I. Holland and Jane M. Thompson, his wife. 
[p.322] Granddaughter of John Holland and Rebecca Ilsley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Holland and Susanna INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Michael Holland, (1748-1828), served several enlistments in the defense of the sea coast under Capt. Charles Smith and Capt. William Ellery. He was born and died in Gloucester, Mass. 
Also No. 34670. 

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Mrs. Clara E. King.
DAR ID Number: 41020 
Born in West Monroe, New York. 
Wife of Rufus King. 
Descendant of Jacob Pulver, of New York. 
Daughter of Jeremiah INGERSOLL and Elizabeth Merritt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Merritt and Dorothy Pulver, his first wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Pulver and Catherine Brazee, his wife, m. 1774. 
Jacob Pulver, (1754-1834), enlisted 1777 under Capt. Peter Van Rensselaer, Col. James Livingston. In 1778 hired James Banks as a substitute for $250. In 1820 his pension was allowed for over seven months' actual service as private, New York line. 

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Miss Maud Ione Dimock.
DAR ID Number: 41027 
Born in Pulaski, New York. 
Descendant of Capt. John Clarke, Joseph Clarke, Hezekiah Atwood, Sergt. Solomon Heath, Capt. Nathaniel Gardner and Moses Rich. 
Daughter of Frank Hayden Dimock and Anna INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Leroy INGERSOLL and Caroline Cliff Clarke, his wife. 
[p.13] Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sarah Rich, his wife. James Harvey Clarke and Lydia Lavinia Atwood, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clarke and Eliff Calkins, his wife; Hezekiah Atwood, Jr. and Lydia Heath, his wife; Moses Rich and Sarah Hickok, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clarke and Sarah Gardner, his wife; Hezekiah Atwood and Abigail Hun, his wife; Solomon Heath and Chole, his wife; Moses Rich and Lydia Davis, his wife; Stephen Hickok and Lydia, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Clarke and Sarah Reynolds, his wife; Nathaniel Gardner and Sarah Pierce, his wife. 
See No. 41007. 
Joseph Clarke, (1705-83), was a patriot of Westerly, R. I., where he was born and died. 
Hezekiah Atwood, (1727-1809), served as a private in the Berkshire county, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Wethersfield, Conn.; died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Solomon Heath, (1741-79), served as sergeant in Col. Mark Hopkins' First Berkshire County regiment. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Tryingham, Mass. 
Nathaniel Gardner, (1714-96), was appointed captain by the General Assembly 1775 of Rhode Island. He was born and died in South Kingston. 
Moses Rich, (1730-1813), served several enlistments under different commands as a private. He was born in Brookfield; died in Williamstown, Mass. 
Also Nos. 26199, 38863. 

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Mrs. Caroline Clarke INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 41028 
Born in Lorrain, New York. 
Wife of Robert Terry INGERSOLL
Descendant of Capt. John Clarke and of Joseph Clarke. 
Daughter of James Harvey Clarke and Lydia Lavinia Atwood, his wife. 
See No. 41027. 

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Mrs. Florence INGERSOLL Simons.
DAR ID Number: 41029 
Born in Sandy Creek, New York. 
Wife of Arnold Simons. 
Descendant of Moses Rich. 
Daughter of Charles INGERSOLL and Harriet McChesney, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sarah Rich, his wife. 
See No. 41027. 

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Mrs. Lozana Parsons Paddock.
DAR ID Number: 42368 
Born in Farmington, Michigan. 
Wife of H. L. Paddock. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Andrew Carroll Walker and Angeline INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Erastus INGERSOLL and Sally Smith, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Calvin INGERSOLL and Lydia Barlow, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL), his wife, m. 1746. 
William INGERSOLL, (1723-1815), was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, where he died. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 30499, 34720, 35569. 

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Mrs. Marietta Wordin Watt.
DAR ID Number: 42682 
Born in Burmingham, Connecticut. 
Wife of William Watt, M.D. 
Descendant of Sylvanus Dimmock and of David INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William B. Wordin and Julia INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Semantha Bassett (1805-82), his wife, m. 1823. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons (1760-1837), his wife, m. 1781; Ansel Bassett (1768-1837) and Hannah Dimmock (1778-1853), his wife, m. 1793. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Dimmock and Thankful (Dimmock) (1756-1831), his wife, m. 1774. 
Sylvanus Dimmock, (1753-1837), enlisted 1775 under Capt. John Grannis. In 1832 he was allowed a pension in Berkshire Co., Mass., for six months' actual service as private, Massachusetts line. He was born in Falmouth. 
Also Nos. 14098, 39798. 
David INGERSOLL, (1759-1839), served with the Berkshire Co. militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee. 
Also Nos. 29551, 34720. 

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Mrs. Mattie F. Baker Campbell.
DAR ID Number: 42708 
Born in Greene county, Indiana. 
Wife of John P. Campbell. 
Descendant of Gideon Walker, of Vermont. 
Daughter of John Baker and Phebe INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Baker and Prudence Walker (1797-1851), his wife, m. 1824. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Walker (1787-1822) and Prudence Sawyer (1767-1856), his wife. 
[p.266] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Walker and Rachel Foster (1743-1815), his wife, m. 1765. 
Gideon Walker, (1738-93), while on the Committee of Safety of Vermont 1777 served notice on his brother, Daniel, a Tory, to leave the county. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died in Whiting, Vt. 
Also Nos. 18250, 20106, 39780, 41247. 

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Mrs. Mary Emily Pease Hawkes.
DAR ID Number: 44424 
Born in Oxford, Mass. 
Wife of Winifred Scott Hawkes. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford. 
Daughter of William Elliott Pease and Mary Ann Tourtellatte, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Pease and Frances Sanford, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Elihu Sanford (b. 1766) and Elizabeth Fisher, his 2nd wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba INGERSOLL (1738-1800) his wife, m. 1757. 
David Sanford (1737-1810) a graduate of Yale was appointed chaplain of Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment of Massachusetts militia. He was born in Milford, Conn.; died in Medway, Mass. 
Also Nos. 11551, 12749, 15257, 23533. 

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Mrs. Mary Adaline Kelly West.
DAR ID Number: 45146 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Elmer A. West. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL of Mass. 
Daughter of John Kelly and Lucy INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan INGERSOLL (1791-1858) and Polly Perry (1790-1880), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-granddaughter of Elijah INGERSOLL and Mary Barbow, his wife, m. 1786. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL) (1727-1864), his wife (cousins), m. 1746. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee. He was born in Springfield; died in Lee. 
Also Nos. 2870, 9307, 20640, 24028, 29551, 30499, 34720, 35569, 42368. 

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Mrs. Lillian May INGERSOLL Osborn.
DAR ID Number: 45455 
Born in Oswego, Co., N. Y. 
Wife of William Henry Osborn. 
Descendant of Moses Rich of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Alanson INGERSOLL and Lydia Jennings, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sally Rich, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich Jr. (1767-1827) and Sarah Hickok (1770-1837), his wife. 
[p.189] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich and Lydia Davis, his wife, m. 1755. 
Moses Rich (1730-1816) served as private in several enlistments under different commands. He was born in Brookfield, Mass.; died in Williamstown. 
Also Nos. 26199, 38863, 41029, 43589. 

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Mrs. Harriet INGERSOLL Hewitt.
DAR ID Number: 45482 
Born in Austerlitz, N. Y. 
Wife of Adelbert H. Hewitt. 
Descendant of Moses INGERSOLL, William INGERSOLL, Jonathan Chamberlin and Abner West. 
Daughter of Samuel C. INGERSOLL (1813-78) and Eliza Chamberlin (1817-86), his wife, m. 1839. 
Granddaughter of John C. INGERSOLL (1780-1849) and Sally Squire (b. 1781), his wife; David Chamberlin (1776-1860) and Sally West (1777-1862), his wife, m. 1801. 
Gr-granddaughter of Moses INGERSOLL and Eunice West (1745-95), his wife; Jonathan Chamberlin and Rachel Ford (1752-1842), his wife, m. 1769; Abner West and Mary Hatch (1742-1829), his wife, m. 1760. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL) (cousins) (1727-1804), his wife, m. 1746; Peleg Chamberlin and Experience Bartlett, his 1st wife. 
Moses INGERSOLL (1748-1813) enlisted 1777 in Capt. Silas Goodrich's company, Col. John Ashley's regiment. He was born in Lee; died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
[p.202] William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was a member of the Committees of Correspondence and Safety of Lee, where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also Nos. 9307, 20640, 35569, 42368. 
Jonathan Chamberlain (1747-1823) was a private in a regiment of foot under Capt. James Spencer, organized prior to the Revolution in Columbia Co., N. Y. He was born in Colchester, Conn.; died in Austerlitz, N. Y. 
Abner West (1737-1828) served several enlistments under different commands, the last in 1781 under Capt. Joseph Raymond, Mass. militia. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Richmond, Mass. 

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Mrs. Clara Tallman INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 46248 
Born in Marshall Co., Iowa. 
Wife of James B. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Tallman. 
Daughter of George Poage Tallman and Caroline Warwick, his wife. 
See No. 46245. 

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Miss Alice Brown Mcharg.
DAR ID Number: 46584 
Born in Blue Rapids, Kans. 
Descendant of Lieut. Joshua King. 
Daughter of Charles King McHarg and Stella Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Neill McHarg and Selina Storrs, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of William McHarg and Sophia King, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua King and Anne INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Joshua King (1758-1839) was cornet in Sheldon's Dragoons, when in 1779 he was promoted to lieutenant. He was wounded at Eutaw Springs and served to the close of the war. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Ridgefield, Conn. 
Also No. 6576. 

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Mrs. Eva INGERSOLL Gray.
DAR ID Number: 47276 
Born in Palermo, N. Y. 
Wife of James Gray. 
Descendant of Moses Rich of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Alanson INGERSOLL and Lydia Jennings, his wife. 
[p.133] Granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sally Rich, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich, Jr. (1767-1827), and Sarah Hickok (1770-1837), his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich and Lydia Davis, his wife, m. 1755. 
Moses Rich (1730-1816) served serveral enlistments as private under different commands. He was born in Brookfield, Mass.; died in Williamstown. 
Also Nos. 26199, 38863, 41029, 43589, 45455. 

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Miss Frances Paget.
DAR ID Number: 48741 
Born in Owego, N. Y. 
Descendant of Capt. Peter INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Silas Edgar Paget and Frances INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James INGERSOLL and Lucinda Ballou, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Winthrop INGERSOLL and Frances Hall, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses INGERSOLL and Lovina Lee, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter INGERSOLL and Anna Leverhill, his wife. 
Peter INGERSOLL (1733-85) commanded a company 1775 in Col. David Brewer's regiment of Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Also Nos. 29135, 29136. 

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Mrs. Catharine C. Fuller.
DAR ID Number: 49677 
Born in Euclid, Ohio. 
Wife of Carlton A. Fuller. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL
Daughter of Thomas Crosby and Mary A. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan INGERSOLL (1791-1858) and Polly Perry (1790-1880), his wife (m. 1812). 
Gr-granddaughter of Elijah INGERSOLL and Mary (Polly) Barlow, his wife (m. 1786). 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL) (1727-1864), his wife (cousins) (m. 1746). 
[p.303] William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the committee of safety of Lee. He was born in Springfield; died in Lee. 
Also Nos. 9307, 24028, 3099, 34720, 35569, 42368. 

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Miss Winifred Alice INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 49883 
Born in Canton, Ill. 
Descendant of Timothy Dewey, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Charles Edward INGERSOLL and Alice Parlin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry INGERSOLL and Evelina Amelia Dewey, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Dewey and Rocksey Ann Moore, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Timothy Dewey and Jemina Griswold, his wife. 
Timothy Dewey (1755-1852) enlisted in Capt. Jeremiah Stiles' company, Stark's regiment, 1775, and served in Greely's artillery at Boston. He re-enlisted under Capt. Jason Waite for the Canadian campaign, 1776, and his sufferings from [p.397] exposure and smallpox are told in his reminiscences. He was born at Hebron, Conn., received a pension for one year's actual service in the New Hampshire line, and died at Tunbridge, Vt. 
Also No. 14827. 

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Miss Sarah Ellen Hadley.
DAR ID Number: 50071 
Born in Sandy Creek, N. Y. 
Descendant of Moses Rich. 
Daughter of Sherman Hadley and Ann Eliza INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sarah Rich, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich, Jr., and Sarah Hickok, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich and Lydia Davis, his wife. 
Moses Rich (1730-1813) served enlistments under different commands as a private. He was born in Brookfield, Mass.**** died in Williamstown. 
Also Nos. 26199, 38863, 41027, 43589. 

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[p.199] Miss Ida Belle Hadley.
DAR ID Number: 50438 
Born in Richland, N. Y. 
Descendant of Moses Rich, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Sherman Hadley and Ann Eliza INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer INGERSOLL and Sarah Rich, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Moses Rich and Sarah Hickok, his wife. 
Moses Rich (1730-1815) served several enlistments under different commands as a private. He was born in Brookfield; died in Williamstown, Mass. 
Also Nos. 26199, 38863, 41027, 43590. 

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Mrs. Alta Fitch INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 50948 
Born in Ashtabula, Ohio. 
Wife of Howard L. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Capt. Abraham Fitch. 
Daughter of Edward Hubbard Fitch (b. 1837), and Alta D. Winchester (b. 1840), his wife. 
Granddaughter of Orramel Hinckley Fitch and Catherine Maria Hubbard (b. 1811), his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Azel Fitch and Fanna Hinckley (b. 1772), his wife. 
[p.425] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abraham Fitch and Elizabeth Bissell (b. 1737), his wife. 
Abraham Fitch (1737-1811), who had fought in the early wars, commanded a company of Light Horse in the 2nd regiment for the relief of New London. He was born and died in Lebanon, Conn.

Also No. 11718. 

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Mrs. Mary INGERSOLL Adsitt.
DAR ID Number: 51418 
Born in Lodi, N. Y. 
Wife of Eugene Adsitt. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL and of Frederick Van Liew, of New Jersey. 
[p.179] Daughter of Monmouth Hart INGERSOLL and Mary Van Liew, his 2nd wife. 
Granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Hannah Knapp, his wife; Richard Van Liew and Maria Hoagland, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL and Jerusha INGERSOLL, his wife; Frederick Van Liew and Penelope Stout, his wife. 
Samuel INGERSOLL (1744-1816), enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Charles Smith's company of militia, Col. John Meade's 9th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Stamford; died in Sheldrake, N. Y. 
Frederick Van Liew (1753-1839), was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for services rendered as foragemaster, 3rd regiment, Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Somerset County, N. J.; died in Lodi, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Ella Wells Lamb Isham.
DAR ID Number: 51618 
Born in Port Henry, New York. 
Wife of Arthur Smith Isham. 
Descendant of Joshua Wells, Joshua Wells, Jr., and Capt. Thomas INGERSOLL
Daughter of George Ervin Lamb (b. 1845) and Annette Ophelia Wells (b. 1852), his wife, m. 1872. 
Granddaughter of James Madison Lamb (1810-71) and Abby Woodworth (1813-1903), his wife, m. 1833; Sidney Ketchum Wells (1820-75) and Mary Appleyard (1818-61), his wife, m. 1843. 
[p.271] Gr-granddaughter of Asa Wells (1794-1865) and Mercy Taylor (1795-1879), his wife, m. 1818; Guy Woodworth (1776-1867) and Abigail INGERSOLL (1783-1821), his wife, m. 1804. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Wells, Jr., and Hannah Finch (d. 1810), his 1st wife, m. 1785; Thomas INGERSOLL and Elizabeth Dewey, his wife, m. 1775. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Wells. 
Joshua Wells, was a signer for Congress from New York. He was born, 1742, on Long Island. 
Joshua Wells, Jr. (1763-1855), served as a private in the Suffolk County, 1st regiment of minute men, New York militia, under Col. Josiah Smith. He was born on Long Island; died in Clinton County, N. Y. 
Thomas INGERSOLL (1749-1812), was lieutenant, 1779, in Col. Miles Powell's regiment, and, 1781, commanded a company in Col. Ashley's 1st regiment of Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Westfield, Mass.; died in Canada. 

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Miss Louise S. Hawes.
DAR ID Number: 51710 
Born in San Leandro, Calif. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford. 
Daughter of Benjamin C. Hawes and Elizabeth Benson Mann, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry E. Mann and Anna Sanford, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Philo Sanford, Jr., and Martha Druce, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Philo Sanford and Lydia Whiting, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba INGERSOLL, his wife. 
David Sanford (1737-1810), was a patriot preacher when appointed chaplain of Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment, 1776. He was born in New Milford, Conn.; died in Medway, Mass. 
Also Nos. 10677, 11551. 

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Mrs. Lucy C. INGERSOLL Flockhart.
DAR ID Number: 51832 
Born in Boone, Iowa. 
Wife of James Flockhart. 
Descendant of Col. Benjamin Tallman. 
[p.371] Daughter of James B. INGERSOLL and Clara Tallman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George P. Tallman and Caroline Warwick, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of J. Boone Tallman and Mary S. Poage, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Tallman and Nancy Crawford, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Tallman and Rhoda Church, his 2nd wife. 
Benjamin Tallman (1743-1835) served in the War of the Revolution as a major under Col. William Richmond, Rhode Island troops, and as colonel. In 1832 he applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Providence. 
Also No. 46245. 

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[p.199] Mrs. Lucy Irena West Morgan.
DAR ID Number: 53453 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Charles Rees Morgan. 
Descendant of Oliver West, Ebenezer West, William INGERSOLL, Robert Joyner, and Jared INGERSOLL, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Elmer Adams West (b. 1802) and Mary Adaline Kelley (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1876.
Granddaughter of William K. West (1812-62) and Irena A. Van Deusen, his wife; John Kelley (1808-87) and Lucy INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim West (1783-1867) and Polly INGERSOLL (1783-1859), his wife, m. 1807; Andrew Van Deusen (b. 1794) and Orpha Joyner (1796-1883), his wife, m. 1815; Nathan INGERSOLL (1791-1858) and Polly Perry (b. 1790), his wife (parents of Lucy). 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer West and Mehitable Nye (b. 1757), his wife, m. 1779; Jared INGERSOLL and Betsy Noble, his wife (parents of Polly); Octavious Joyner (b. 1759) and Esther Hollenbeck (b. 1763), his wife, m. 1783; Elijah INGERSOLL (b. 1766) and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1786. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Oliver West and Thankful Nye (1736-1806), his wife, m. 1757; Robert Joyner and Lucy Loomis (d. 1801), his wife, m. 1757; William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL, his wife, m. 1717 (parents of Elijah). 
Oliver West (1733-1816) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Peleg Peck's company, Col. Carpenter's regiment, which marched on the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
Ebenezer West served in the militia. He was born, 1757, in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Massachusetts, where he died. He was born in Springfield. 
Robert Joyner (1725-1802) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Ephraim Fitch's company, Col. Hopkins' Berkshire County regiment, and, 1777, in Capt. John King's company, Col. John Brown's regiment. He was born in Connecticut; died in Egremont, Mass. 
[p.200] Jared INGERSOLL (1757-1822) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Job Woodbridge's company, Col. John Brown's Berkshire County regiment. He was born in Great Barrington; died in Lee, Mass. 

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Mrs. Hazel E. King Stacey.
DAR ID Number: 53878 
Born in Jefferson County, N. Y. 
Wife of A. E. Stacey, Jr. 
Descendant of Jacob Pulver, of New York. 
Daughter of Rufus Everson King and Clara E. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jeremiah INGERSOLL and Elizabeth Merritt, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John Merritt and Dorothy Pulver, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Pulver and Catherine Brazee, his wife. 
Jacob Pulver (1754-1834) enlisted, 1777, under Capt. Peter Van Rensselaer, Col. James Livingston. In 1778 hired James Banks as a substitute for $250. In 1820 his pension was allowed for seven months' service as a private in the New York line. He was born in Holland. 
Also No. 41020. 

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Mrs. Grace I. Mcgraw.
DAR ID Number: 55276 
Born in Youngstown, Ohio. 
Wife of Arthur McGraw. 
Descendant of Col. Sylvanus Seely. 
Daughter of Joseph G. Butler, Jr., and Harriet V. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan INGERSOLL and Catherine Seely, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Silvanus Seely and Mary Jackson, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Williamson Seely and Elizabeth Williams, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Sylvanus Seely and Jane Williamson, his wife. 
Sylvanus Seely (1743-1821) served as captain, major, and colonel of Morris County, New Jersey troops. He removed to Wayne County, Pa., 1800, and died at Seely's Mills. 
Also Nos. 36053, 38675. 

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Mrs. Alice Cox Bennett.
DAR ID Number: 55578 
Born in Sullivan, N. Y. 
Wife of Robert Anderson Bennett. 
Descendant of Col. Ebenezer Cox. 
Daughter of Jeremiah Cox and Lucinda INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Cox, Jr., and Nancy Maria Keller, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Cox and Margaret Klock, his wife. 
Ebenezer Cox was colonel of the Canajoharie regiment at the battle of Oriskany, where he was killed. 
Also No. 18784. 

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Miss Mabel Stevens Paddack.
DAR ID Number: 57225 
Born in Pontiac, Mich. 
Descendant of Elihu Stevens, Elihu Stevens, Jr., and William INGERSOLL
Daughter of Hedges L. Paddack and Lozana Parsons Walker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Andrew Carroll Walker and Eliza A. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Solomon Walker and Charity Stevens, his wife; Erastus INGERSOLL and Sally Smith, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elihu Stevens, Jr., and Lucretia Matthews, his wife; David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elihu Stevens and Rachel Meigs, his wife; William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Elihu Stevens (1731-1814) served as a member of the Provincial Congress of New Hampshire, 1776-78, and of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Guilford, Conn.; died in Claremont, N. H. 
Also Nos. 7452, 18074. 
Elihu Stevens, Jr. (1755-1814), was a private in Capt. Oliver Ashley's company of New Hampshire troops, which marched to reinforce the army at Ticonderoga, 1777. He was born in Guilford, Conn.; died in Claremont, N. H. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. 

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Mrs. Dorothy E. INGERSOLL Baker.
DAR ID Number: 57391 
Born in Clay, N. Y. 
Descendant of Jacob Pulver, of New York. 
Daughter of Jeremiah INGERSOLL and Elizabeth D. Merritt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Merritt and Dorothy Pulver, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Pulver and Catherine Brazee, his wife. 
Jacob Pulver (1754-1834) enlisted, 1777, under Capt. Peter Van Rensselaer, Col. James Livingston. In 1778 hired James Banks as a substitute for $250. In 1820 his pension was allowed for over seven months' actual service as private, New York Line. 
Also No. 41020. 

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Mrs. Jane E. Thrall Randall.
DAR ID Number: 58113 
Born in Rutland, Vt. 
Wife of Rev. Edward Herbert Randall. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Thrall and of Lieut. Nathaniel Gove. 
Daughter of Reuben R. Thrall and Elizabeth H. Gove, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jesse Thrall and Mabel Rose, his wife; Jesse Gove and Sophia INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell, his wife; Nathaniel Gove and Esther Tyler, his wife. 
[p.41] Samuel Thrall (1737-1821), who had served in the early wars, was quartermaster in the Hampshire County militia, 1776, under Col. Timothy Robinson. He commanded a company in the levies in the Mohawk Valley under Col. Marinus Willett, 1781. He died at Rutland, Vt. 
Nathaniel Gove (1739-1813) was sergeant at the siege of Boston and lieutenant at the battle of Long Island, where he was captured. He suffered through life from confinement on the prison ship “Jersey.” He died at Rutland, Vt. 
Also No. 13466. 

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Mrs. Jennie INGERSOLL Roberts Weeks.
DAR ID Number: 59176 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Robert Weeks. 
Descendant of Sylvanus Dimmock, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William W. Roberts and Abigail L. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Semantha Bassett, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ansel Bassett and Hannah Dimmock, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Sylvanus Dimmock and Thankful Dimmock, his wife. 
Sylvanus Dimmock (1754-1837) enlisted, 1775, under Capt. John Grannis. In 1832 he was allowed a pension in Berkshire County, Mass., for six months' actual service as private, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Falmouth. 
Also Nos. 14098, 39798, 42682. 

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Miss Maude INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 60026 
Born in Bedford, Ohio. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, Moses INGERSOLL, Jonathan Chamberlain, Abner West, and Capt. Peter Comstock. 
Daughter of James Edward INGERSOLL (b. 1844) and Alice Comstock (b. 1845), his wife, m. 1871. 
Granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL (1813-78) and Eliza Chamberlain (1817-86), his wife; Alden H. Comstock and Caroline Lamson, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John Calvin INGERSOLL (1780-1849) and Sally Squire (b. 1781), his 2nd wife; David Chamberlain (1776-1860) and Sally West (d. 1862), his wife; George Comstock, Jr., and Silence Hathaway, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses INGERSOLL and Eunice West, his wife; Jonathan Chamberlain and Rachel Ford (1752-1842), his wife, m. 1769; Abner West and Mary Hatch (1742-1829), his wife; George Comstock and Mercy Allen, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1801), his wife; Peleg Chamberlain and Experience Bartlett, his wife; Peter Comstock and Elizabeth Fitch, his 1st wife. 
[p.11] William INGERSOLL (1724-1815) was a member of the Committees of Correspondence and Safety of Lee, where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Moses INGERSOLL (1748-1813) enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Silas Goodrich's company, Col. John Ashley's regiment. He was born in Lee; died in Barrington, Mass. 
Jonathan Chamberlain (1747-1823) was a private in a regiment of foot under Capt. James Spencer organized prior to the Revolution in Columbia County, N. Y. He was born in Colchester. Conn.; died in Austerlitz, N. Y. 
Abner West (1737-1828) served several enlistments under different commands, the last in 1781 under Capt. Joseph Raymond, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Richmond. 
Also No. 45484. 
Peter Comstock (1731-1803) commanded the 13th company of train band, 3rd Connecticut State regiment. He was born in Montville, Conn. 

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[p.157] Mrs. Caroline I. Adsitt Slater.
DAR ID Number: 60477 
Born in Waterloo, N. Y. 
Wife of Samuel Scott Slater. 
Descendant of Frederick Van Liew and of Samuel INGERSOLL
Daughter of Eugene Adsitt and Mary INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Monmouth H. INGERSOLL and Mary Van Liew, his 2nd wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Hannah Knapp, his wife; Richard Van Liew (b. 1801) and Maria Hoagland, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL and Jerusha —, his wife; Frederick Van Liew and Penelope Stout (1770-1841), his wife. 
Fredrick Van Liew (1755-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Seneca County, N. Y., 1833, for service as private, New York troops. He was born in Somerset County, N. J.; died in Lodi, Seneca County, N. Y. 
Samuel INGERSOLL (1744-1816) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Charles Smith's company of militia, Col. John Meade's 9th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Stamford; died in Sheldrake, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Harriet Alden Spellman.
DAR ID Number: 60750 
Born in Springfield, Mass. 
Wife of William Patten Spellman. 
Descendant of Hon. Eldad Taylor, Samuel Gilbert, and Col. Henry Champion. 
Daughter of Elbert Allen Alden and Ella Sophia Wade, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas S. Wade and Mary Esther Post, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of William Wade and Thankful Taylor, his wife; Abner Post and Sarah Gilbert, his wife. 
[p.250] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Taylor and Sarah INGERSOLL, his wife; Samuel Gilbert and Deborah Champion, his 2nd wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Eldad Taylor and Thankful Day, his 2nd wife; Henry Champion and Deborah Brainard, his wife. 
Eldad Taylor (1708-77) was a member of the Governor's Council and of the Provincial Congress. He died while serving as a member from Hampshire County. He was born in Westfield; died in Boston, Mass. 
Also No. 17295. 
Samuel Gilbert (1734-1818) served in the militia and as deputy to the General Assembly, 1775-79. He was born and died in Hebron, Conn. 
Henry Champion (1723-97) was appointed commissary when Washington took command of the army. He was colonel of militia in the New York campaign, 1776, and served in the Eastern Department, 1777. He was born at East haddam; died at Colchester. 
Also No. 15191. 

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Mrs. Eveline INGERSOLL Howell.
DAR ID Number: 60771 
Born in Detroit, Mich. 
Wife of Edwin A. Howell. 
Descendant of Capt. Matthew Mead, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Roswell INGERSOLL and Hannah Caroline Merritt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Hickson W. Merritt and Hannah Mead, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Matthew Mead, Jr. (1767-1851), and Nancy Hobby (1767-1855), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Matthew Mead and Mary Bush, his wife. 
Matthew Mead (1734-1812) was captain of his own company, 9th regiment of militia, under Col. John Mead at New York, 1776. He was born and died in Greenwich. 
Also No. 44195. 

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[p.90] Mrs. Harriet Porter INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 61252 
Born in Wenham, Mass. 
Wife of David B. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Kimball, Thomas Kimball, Jr., Josiah Moulton, Corp. Isaac Porter, and Benjamin Porter, all of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Isaac Porter, Jr., and Julia Wilson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Porter and Clarissa Kimball, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Paul Porter and Nancy Moulton, his wife; Thomas KimBall, Jr., and Huldah Porter, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Porter and Mary Kimball, his wife (parents of Paul); Benjamin Porter and Eunice Muse, his wife (parents of Huldah); Thomas Kimball and Mary Cross, his 2nd wife; Josiah Moulton and Rebecca Tarbox, his wife. 
Thomas Kimball (1730-1805) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm from Wenham, Mass., where he was born and died. 
Thomas Kimball, Jr. (1756-1810), served as a private in Capt. Thomas Kimball's company, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Wenham. 
Josiah Moulton (1739-76) served on the sloop “Tyrannicide,” commanded by Capt. John Fiske, 1776, reported wounded and later deceased. He was born in Wenham; died in Salem. 
Isaac Porter (1750-1837) served as corporal at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Wenham. 
Benjamin Porter (1713-1817) turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Edmond Putnam's company. He was born and died in Danvers. 

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Mrs. Mabel Rogers (INGERSOLL) INGERSOLL
DAR ID Number: 61279 
Born in Greenville, Tenn. 
Wife of Oliver Weeks INGERSOLL
Descendant of Sylvanus Dymock (Dimmock) and of David INGERSOLL
Daughter of Henry Hulbert INGERSOLL and Emily Rogers, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Samanthe Bassett (1805-82), his wife, m. 1823. 
Gr-granddaughter of David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons (1760-1837), his wife, m. 1781; Anselon Bassett (1768-1837) and Hannah Dimmock (1778-1853), his wife, m. 1793. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Sylvanus Dymock (Dimmock) and Thankful (Dimmock) (1756-1831), his wife, m. 1774. 
Sylvanus Dymock (Dimmock) (1754-1837) enlisted, 1775, under Capt. John Grannis as a private. In 1832 was allowed a pension in Berkshire County, Mass., for six months' actual service. He was born in Falmouth; died in Lee, Mass. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 39798. 

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Mrs. Josephina Scott Fisher Platter.
DAR ID Number: 61429 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Francis Bonnell Platter. 
Descendant of Seth INGERSOLL Brown, of Massachusetts. 
[p.149] Daughter of Harry Waldo Fisher and Estelle Bradburn Eason, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Waldo A. Fisher and Angelina Hawes, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Oliver Hawes and Cynthia Browne, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Seth INGERSOLL Browne and Sarah Godding, his 2nd wife. 
Seth INGERSOLL Browne (1750-1809) was one of the Sons of Liberty disguised as Mohawk Indians, who threw the tea overboard in Boston Harbor. He was at Bunker Hill, where he was twice wounded, and the gun he carried is still in the family. He served with Washington and Lincoln in the Commissary Department, and was then assigned to the secret service. He died at Charlestown. 
Also No. 11542. 

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Mrs. Grace M. Bailey Bement.
DAR ID Number: 63040 
Born in Northampton, Mass. 
Wife of Frederick W. Bement. 
Descendant of Benjamin Bailey, Stephen Bailey, and Dr. Samuel Crosby. 
Daughter of William Ambrose Bailey and Mary A. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Algernon S. Bailey and Marcia S. Davis, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Jedediah Bailey and Clarissa (Bailey), his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Bailey and Sally Crosby, his wife (parents of Clarissa). 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Bailey and Sebella Howe, his wife; Samuel Crosby and Azubah How, his wife. 
Benjamin Bailey (1713-90) enlisted as a private in Capt. Joseph Bellow's company, Major Bridges' regiment, and, 1777, marched on the Bennington Alarm, Col. Warner's regiment, Stark's brigade. He was born in Marlboro; died in Bolton, Mass. 
Stephen Bailey (1753-1815) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Artemas How's company. He was born in Bolton; died in Berlin, Mass. 
Samuel Crosby (1732-1814) served as surgeon, 1776-79, in the Massachusetts troops, and his honorable discharge is in the possession of the family. He was born in Shrewsbury, Mass.; died in Montpelier, Vt. 
Also Nos. 40271, 60939. 

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Mrs. Marcia Bailey Sauter.
DAR ID Number: 63041 
Born in Northampton, Mass. 
Wife of Charles Lewis Sauter. 
Descendant of Benjamin Bailey, Stephen Bailey, and Dr. Samuel Crosby. 
Daughter of William Ambrose Bailey and Mary A. INGERSOLL, his wife. 
See No. 63040. 

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[p.29] Mrs. Sarah Cady Bartlett.
DAR ID Number: 63087 
Born in INGERSOLL, Oxford County, Canada. 
Wife of Benjamin Buel Bartlett. 
Descendant of Lieut. Gerrit Van Bracklen. 
Daughter of Henry Smith and Helen Van Bracklin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alexander Van Bracklin and Sarah Cady, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Gerrit Van Bracklen and Anna Hitts, his wife. 
Gerrit Van Bracklen served as private, ensign, and lieutenant in the 3rd battalion, Tryon County, New York militia. He was born in Albany County, N. Y. 
Also No. 59303. 

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Mrs. Mary E. L. Ormsby.
DAR ID Number: 63398 
Born in Sycamore, Ill. 
Wife of Albert T. Ormsby. 
Descendant of David Maxfield. 
Daughter of Daniel Wightman Lamb and Julia Maxfield, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Harvey Maxfield and Sophie INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of David Maxfield and Judith Clough, his wife. 
David Maxfield (1729-1820) was a private in Capt. Simeon Stevens' company. Colonel Bedel's New Hampshire regiment, 1778, raised for the defense of the frontiers. He was born in Scotland; died in Fairfax, Vt. 

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Miss Nancy E. INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 63685 
Born in Charleston, N. Y. 
Descendant of Nathan Barlow. 
Daughter of George INGERSOLL and Sarah J. Barlow, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Barlow and Anna M. Ruff, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Barlow, Jr., and Lucy Sheldon, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathan Barlow and Joan Swift, his wife. 
Nathan Barlow (1726-98) was a private in the Dutchess County, New York militia. He was born in Sandwich, Mass.; died in Duanesburgh, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Jessie Foster Myers.
DAR ID Number: 63754 
Born in Fostoria, Ohio. 
Wife of Park L. Myers, M. D. 
Descendant of Capt. David Olmsted. 
Daughter of Governor Charles Foster and Ann M. Olmsted, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jesse Smith Olmsted and Azubah Forguson, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of David Olmsted, Jr. (1770-1842), and Dorcas Smith (1771-1842), his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Olmsted and Abigail INGERSOLL (b. 1751), his 1st wife. 
David Olmsted (1748-1813) commanded a company of Connecticut militia under Colonel Enos, 1778. He was born in Ridgefield, Conn.; died in Janesville, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Willimina Scull Edge.
DAR ID Number: 64241 
Born in Atlantic County, N. J. 
Wife of William Edge. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Edwards. 
Daughter of James W. Scull and Elizabeth A. Robinson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nicholas Scull and Willimina Steelman, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Steelman and Eleanor Edwards, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Edwards and Elizabeth INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Joseph Edwards (1730-82) was commissioned captain of the privateer, “Luck and Fortune” of New Jersey; was also a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born and died in Petersburg, N. J. 

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Miss Helen F. Hewitt.
DAR ID Number: 64341 
Born in Fort Edward, N. Y. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, Moses INGERSOLL, Anthony Collamer, Jonathan Chamberlain, Abner West, and William Burnham. 
Daughter of Adelbert Hewitt and Harriet Chamberlain INGERSOLL, his 2nd wife. 
[p.117] Granddaughter of Clark Hewitt and Nancy Burnham, his wife; Samuel INGERSOLL and Eliza Chamberlain, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John Calvin INGERSOLL and Sally Squire, his wife; William Burnham, Jr., and Phœbe Harris, his wife; David Chamberlin and Sally West, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Moses INGERSOLL and Eunice West, his wife; William Burnham and Mercy Collamer, his wife; Jonathan Chamberlain and Rachel Fort, his wife; Abner West and Mary Hatch, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL, his wife; Anthony Collamer, Jr., and Mercy Barker, his wife. 
William INGERSOLL (1724-1815) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety of Lee, where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Moses INGERSOLL (1748-1813) enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Silas Goodrich's company, Col. John Ashley's regiment. He was born in Lee; died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Jonathan Chamberlain (1747-1823) was a private in a regiment of foot under Capt. James Spencer, organized prior to the Revolution in Columbia County, N. Y. He was born in Colchester, Conn.; died in Austerlitz, N. Y. 
Abner West (1737-1828) served several enlistments under different commands, the last, 1781, in Capt. Joseph Raymond's Massachusetts company of militia. He was born in Tolland; died in Richmond, Mass. 
Also No. 60026. 
Anthony Collamer (1735-1819) served as a private in Capt. William Turner's company of minute men, Col. Anthony Thomas' regiment, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He died in Malta, N. Y. 
William Burnham (1760-1822) was a private in the 2nd regiment, New York troops, Col. Goose Van Schaick, and in 2nd regiment, Col. Philip Van Cortland. He was born in Cumberland, Nova Scotia; died in Schenectady, N. Y. 

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[p.169] Mrs. Emma C. Peck Ewing Grinnell.
DAR ID Number: 64487 
Born in Beloit, Wis. 
Wife of W. H. Grinnell. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Peck, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Peck (b. 1802) and Teressa Ray, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Peck, Jr. (b. 1764), and Mehitable INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Peck and Mehitable Smith, his wife. 
Samuel Peck (1736-1822) commanded the 3rd company, Col. William Douglas's regiment at Long Island, Kip's Bay, and White Plains. When Tryon attacked New Haven his company turned out to repel the invaders. He was born and died in Milford. 
Also No. 10881. 

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Mrs. Florence West Rankin.
DAR ID Number: 65373 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Homer Day Rankin. 
Descendant of Oliver West, Ebenezer West, William INGERSOLL, Robert Joyner, and Jared INGERSOLL.
Daughter of Elmer Adams West (b. 1844) and Mary Adaline Kelley (b. 1852), his wife, m. 1876.
Granddaughter of William J. West (1812-62) and Irene A. Van Deusen (1817-1902), his wife; John Kelley (1808-87) and Lucy INGERSOLL (1819-62), his wife, m. 1839. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim West (1783-1867) and Polly INGERSOLL (1783-1859), his wife, m. 1807; Andrew Van Deusen (b. 1794) and Orpha Joyner (1796-1883), his wife, m. 1815; Nathan INGERSOLL (1791-1858) and Polly Perry b. 1790), his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer West and Mehitable Nye (b. 1757), his wife, m. 1779; Jared INGERSOLL and Betsy Noble, his wife (parents of Polly); [p.130] Octavious Joyner (b. 1759) and Esther Hollenbeck (b. 1763), his wife, m. 1783; Elijah INGERSOLL (b. 1766) and Mary Barlow, his wife, m. 1785. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Oliver West and Thankful Nye (1736-1806), his wife, m. 1757; Robert Joyner and Lucy Loomis (d. 1801), his wife, m. 1757; William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL, his wife, m. 1717 (parents of Elijah). 
Oliver West (1733-1816) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Peleg Peck's company, Colonel Carpenter's regiment, which marched on the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
Ebenezer West served in the militia. He was born, 1757, in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield. 
Robert Joyner (1725-1802) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Ephraim Fitch's company, Colonel Hopkins' Berkshire County regiment, and, 1777, in Capt. John Brown's regiment. He was born in Connecticut; died in Egremont, Mass. 
Jared INGERSOLL (1757-1822) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Job Woodbridge's company, Col. John Brown's Berkshire County regiment. He was born in Great Barrington; died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 53453. 

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Mrs. Adelaide INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 65699 
Born in Ravenna, Ohio. 
Wife of W. K. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Corp. Joseph De Wolf. 
Daughter of R. S. Elkins and Adaline De Wolf, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph De Wolf, Jr., and Eunice Goodrich, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph De Wolf and Sarah Gibbons, his wife. 
Joseph De Wolf (1761-1846) served as private and corporal in the Massachusetts Continental Line. At the age of seventy-two he was placed on the Ohio pension roll. He was born in Granby, Conn.; died in Vernon, Ohio. 
Also No. 47844. 

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[p.151] Miss Jessie E. Waite.
DAR ID Number: 67422 
Born in Oswego, N. Y. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, of New York. 
Daughter of Edwin Waite and Martha Ann INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Johnson INGERSOLL and Susan Bull, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John INGERSOLL and Mary Terrell, his 2nd wife. 
John INGERSOLL (1764-1839) was placed on the pension roll, 1818, for service as private, New York militia. He was born in Amenia, N. Y.; died in Cornwell. 
Also No. 31659. 

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[p.149] Mrs. Lola P. Gilbert INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 69418 
Born in Clay County, Ala. 
Wife of Frank M. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Lewis Cookson Davis. 
Daughter of John Rodolphus Gilbert (b. 1833) and Martha Elizabeth Gibson (1846-81), his wife, m. 1866. 
Granddaughter of Edmund Albert Gilbert (1812-95) and Elizabeth Ann Douglass (1819-85), his wife, m. 1832. 
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Douglass (d. 1825) and Orenda Dorothea Davis (1784-1825), his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Lewis Cookson Davis and Sarah Anderson (d. 1787), his wife, m. 1783. 
Lewis Cookson Davis (1757-1835) served at Valley Forge, Monmouth, and Stony Point. He received land for three years' service in the State Line, 1783, and in 1832 was placed on the pension roll of Alabama. He was born in Hanover County, Va. 
Also Nos. 26608, 68981. 

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Mrs. Parthenia Bosworth Grier.
DAR ID Number: 69447 
Born in Lee, Mass. 
Wife of Edward Robie Grier. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Yale. 
Daughter of Edward Bosworth and Lucy Canfield Smith, his 2nd wife. 
Granddaughter of John Randolph Smith and Parthenia C. Yale, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Josiah Yale, Jr., and Lucy INGERSOLL, his 2nd wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Yale and Ruth Tracey, his wife. 
Josiah Yale (1752-1822) commanded a company from Wallingford, Conn., at the battle of Bennington. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 

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Miss Hulda Foulata Smith.
DAR ID Number: 69457 
Born in Minden, N. Y. 
Descendant of George G. Klock and of Col. Ebenezer Cox. 
Daughter of William Cassius Smith (1845-1907) and Sarah Ellen INGERSOLL (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1873. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Farren Smith (1802-82) and Maria Cox (1815-94), his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Ebenczer Cox, Jr., and Nancy Keller, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Cox and Margaret Klock, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of George G. Klock and Catherine Bellinger, his wife. 
George G. Klock (1742-1834). served as a private in the Tryon County, New York militia. He was born and died in New York. 
Also No. 56566. 
Ebenezer Cox (1754-77) was colonel under General Herkimer and fought in the battle of Oriskany, where he lost his life. 

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Mrs. May INGERSOLL Woods Andrews.
DAR ID Number: 70102 
Born in Pulaski, N. Y. 
Descendant of Thaddeus Waite (Wate). 
Daughter of C. Frank Woods and Nellie INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Wesley Woods and Sarah Prouty, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of John Woods and Sally Waite, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thaddeus Waite and Sally Moss, his wife. 
Thaddeus Waite (1755-1823) in 1777 was a private in a company commanded by Capt. Joseph Winch, Col. Samuel Bullard, serving in the northern department. He was born in Holliston; died in Richland, Mass. 

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Mrs. Edith Drummond Drumheller.
DAR ID Number: 70703 
Born in Providence, R. I. 
Wife of Thomas Drumheller. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Ladd. 
Daughter of R. Roscoe Drummond and Anna Winthrop Ladd, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Warren Ladd and Lucy Kingman, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ladd, Jr., and Sarah INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ladd and Sarah Noyes, his wife. 
Nathaniel Ladd (1755-1837) served several enlistments and was wounded at Stillwater. He was placed on the pension roll of Essex County, Mass., 1809, for service as private, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Methuen; died in Haverhill, Mass. 
Also No. 29347. 

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Mrs. Emma Louise Lovejoy Chapin.
DAR ID Number: 71073 
Born in Minneapolis, Minn. 
Wife of Charles J. Chapin. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Albee and of Samuel INGERSOLL
Daughter of Stephen Brown Lovejoy (1850-1902) and Erecta Louise Morgan (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1872. 
Granddaughter of John Lorin Lovejoy (1803-60) and Ann Marple Albee (1810-97), his wife, m. 1828; George Nelson Morgan (1825-66) and Delia Elizabeth Warner (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1852. 
Gr-granddaughter of James Dillaway Albee (1786-1855) and Hanna Marple (1786-1858), his wife, m. 1807; Nathaniel Warner (1809-58) and Roxey INGERSOLL (1808-52), his wife, m. 1831. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Albee and Ellen Dillaway (1750-1822), his wife, m. 1769; Samuel INGERSOLL, Jr. (1778-1848), and Elizabeth Weyburn (1785-1865), his wife, m. 1804. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL and Jerusha Gaylord (1758-1819), his wife. 
William Albee (1746-1836) was lieutenant, 1777, in the corps of artillery. In 1825 he was granted a pension and his commission was filed with the petition. He died in East Machias, Me. 
Samuel INGERSOLL (1744-1818) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Charles Smith's company of militia, Col. John Meade's 9th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Stamford; died in Sheldrake, N. Y. 
Also No. 51418. 

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Mrs. Erecta Louise Morgan Lovejoy.
DAR ID Number: 71074 
Born in St. Catherine, Canada. 
Wife of Stephen Brown Lovejoy. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL
Daughter of George Nelson Morgan (1825-66) and Delia Elizabeth Warner (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1852. 
See No. 71073. 

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[p.30] Mrs. Marjorie Lovejoy Bartholomew.
DAR ID Number: 71075 
Born in Minneapolis, Minn. 
Wife of G. P. Bartholomew. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Albee and of Samuel INGERSOLL
Daughter of Stephen Brown Lovejoy (1850-1902) and Erecta Louise Morgan (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1872. 
See No. 71073. 

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Mrs. Lillian M. Cary.
DAR ID Number: 71488 
Born in Clinton County, Iowa. 
Wife of James I. Cary. 
Descendant of John Knowles. 
Daughter of Benjamin Clark and Martha J. Young, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry W. Young and Jane INGERSOLL, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of Simon Young and Lois Palmer Knowles, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Knowles and Lydia Chaplin, his wife. 
John Knowles (1759-1832) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Stephen Dearborn's company, Lieut.-Col. Senter's regiment of New Hampshire troops, engaged in the battle of Lake Champlain, and wounded at the battle of Bennington. In 1838 his widow applied for a pension, which was granted. He was born in Rye, N. H.; died in Fayette, Me. 
Also Nos. 58308, 61999. 

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Mrs. Ethel Morgan Lovejoy Hale.
DAR ID Number: 71719 
Born in Minneapolis, Minn. 
Wife of Frank Covey Hale. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL and of Lieut. William Albee. 
Daughter of Stephen Brown Lovejoy (1850-1902) and Erecta Louise Morgan (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1872. 
See No. 71703. 

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Mrs. Jennie Haughton INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 72690 
Born in Herkimer County, N. Y. 
Wife of Frederick INGERSOLL
Descendant of Thomas Hewett. 
Daughter of Richard Haughton (1827-1906) and Elizabeth McKenney (1833-1901), his wife, m. 1850. 
Granddaughter of Richard Haughton (1792-1863) and Rebbecca Hewett (1799-1867), his wife, m. 1819. 
[p.245] Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Hewett and Electa Chittenden (1759-1829), his wife, m. 1776. 
Thomas Hewett (1757-1828) served as a private in Capt. Oliver Grant's company Col. Ely's regiment, Connecticut troops, 1777. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died Lassellville, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Emily A. Paddock INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 73415 
Born in Galena, Ind. 
Wife of Edson G. INGERSOLL
Descendant of David Paddock. 
Daughter of James Paddock (1806-86) and Charlotte M. Tappen (1808-80), his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Paddock and Ann McClaughry, his wife. 
Gr-granddaughter of David Paddock and Mary Williams (1753-1808), his wife. 
David Paddock (1753-1847) enlisted in the 7th regiment of Dutchess County, New York militia, for the defense of the Hudson. He was born in Dutchess County, N. Y.; died in Salem, Wis. 
Also No. 28564. 

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Mrs. Isabel INGERSOLL Lockwood.
DAR ID Number: 74673 
Born in St. Paul, Minn. 
Wife of Hanford Nicholas Lockwood. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Hand. 
Daughter of Daniel Wesley INGERSOLL (1812-94) and Marian Meigs Ward (b. 1831), his 2nd wife, m. 1859. 
Granddaughter of Henry Meigs Ward (1802-94) and Elizabeth Chapin (1803-76), his wife, m. 1824. 
Gr-granddaughter of Levi Ward (1771-1861) and Mehitabel Hand (1772-1855), his wife, m. 1790. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Hand and Siba Smith (d. 1772), his 1st wife, m. 1759. 
Daniel Hand (1732-1816) commanded the 6th company under Col. Andrew Hand. He was at Fort Washington, 1776, and a letter from there to his wife is now a valued relic in the family. He was born and died in Guilford, Conn. 
Also Nos. 44641, 67418. 

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Miss Mary Shannon Smith.
DAR ID Number: 74818 
Born in Lee, Mass. 
Descendant of Captain Josiah Yale, William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL, Joel Clark, Joel Clark, Jr., and Thomas Tracy. 
Daughter of Wellington Smith (b. 1841) and Mary Clark Shannon (1839-77), his 1st wife, m. 1861. 
Granddaughter of John Randolph Smith (1817-60) and Parthenia C. Yale (1819-65), his wife, m. 1840; William Augustus Shannon (1810-77) and Juliet Clark (1816-1901), his wife, m. 1836. 
Gr-granddaughter of Josiah Yale, Jr. (1796-1878), and Lucy INGERSOLL (1799-1836), his 1st wife, m. 1818; Joel Clark, Jr., and Achsah Stearns (1779-1870), his wife, m. 1801. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Yale and Ruth Tracy (1757-1851), his wife, m. 1776; David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons (1760-1837), his wife, m. 1781; Joel Clark and Martha Kingsley (1735-1770), his 1st wife, m. 1760. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia (INGERSOLL) (1727-1804), his wife, m. 1746 (1st cousin); Thomas Tracy and Lucy Sprague (1735-1826), his wife, m. 1754. 
[p.302] Josiah Yale (1752-1822) commanded a company from Wallingford, Conn., his birthplace, at the battle of Bennington. He died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 69447. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also No. 65373. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 61279. 
Joel Clark (1731-1806) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Oliver Lyman's company from Northampton, Mass., where he was born and died. 
Joel Clark, Jr. (1763-1837), served as private in Capt. Ebenezer String's company, 2nd Hampshire County regiment, 1782. He was born and died in Northampton, Mass. 
Thomas Tracy (1724-77) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Lenox, 1776. He was at Ticonderoga, and died in Lenox, Mass., of smallpox contracted in the army. He was born in Preston, Conn. 
Also No. 41340. 

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Mrs. Grace Collis Humphreys.
DAR ID Number: 77521 
Born in Boston, Mass. 
Descendant of John Collis, Sergt. Stephen Converse, and Lieut. George Griswold. 
Daughter of Marcus Morton Collis (1843-1911) and Josephine Griswold (1848-84), his wife, m. 1870. 
Granddaughter of Luther Collis (1811-96) and Delina Converse (1811-60), his 1st wife, m. 1837; George Dickson Griswold (1804-64) and Charlotte Blanchard (1808-68), his wife, m. 1826. 
Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Collis (1790-1868) and Phebe Parker (d. 1864), his wife, m. 1810; Stephen Converse (1775-1864) and Nellie Whipple (1773-1856), his wife; George Griswold, Jr. (b. 1762), and Eunice INGERSOLL, his wife. 
[p.199] Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Collis and Lois —, his wife; Stephen Converse and Zurviah Sanger (1744-77), his 1st wife; George Griswold and Mary Hayden (1740-88), his wife, m. 1759. 
John Collis enlisted, 1775, as a private under Capt. Amos Waldrick, Col. David Brewer's 9th regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Boston; died in Warren, Mass. 
Stephen Converse (1745-1823) served several enlistments, 1776-78, under different commands, Connecticut and Massachusetts service. In 1837 his widow applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Thompson; died in Stafford, Conn. 
George Griswold (1737-1823) served as lieutenant in Colonel Mott's battalion, 1776, raised to re-enforce the Continental Army in the northern department, stationed at Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Windsor, Conn. 

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Mrs. Alice M. Chaffee Bowker.
DAR ID Number: 78019 
Born in Rutland, Vt. 
Wife of Francis E. Bowker. 
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Thomas Knowlton, Shubel Pierce, Capt. Samuel Thrall, Lieut. Nathaniel Gove, and Sergt. David Stoddard. 
Daughter of George Thrall Chaffee (b. 1857) and Nellie L. Stoddard (b. 1864), his wife, m. 1885.
Granddaughter of Frederick Chaffee (1823-91) and Charlotte Thrall (1832-94), his wife, m. 1852; Marvin O. Stoddard (b. 1840) and Candace Hotchkiss (1839-96), his wife, m. 1862. 
Gr-granddaughter of Newman K. Chaffee (1796-1858) and Elizabeth Phelps (1800-36), his wife, m. 1820; Hiram Hotchkiss (1805-69) and Lucina Pierce (1807-57), his wife, m. 1826; Reuben Thrall (1795-1890) and Elizabeth Gove (1809-49), his wife, m. 1829; Joseph Miles Stoddard (1808-57) and Sarah Miles, his wife. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Chaffee (1786-1853) and Abigail Knowlton (1768-1843), his wife, m. 1791; Mason Pierce (1780-1857) and Anna Archibald (1779-1829), his wife; Jesse Thrall (1765-1843) and Mabel Rose (1768-1834), his wife, m. 1791; Jesse Gove (1784-1842) and Sophia INGERSOLL (1788-1872), his wife, m. 1809; David Stoddard and Joanna —, his wife. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Knowlton and Anna Keyes (d. 1808), his wife, m. 1759; Shubel Pierce and Abigail Mason, his wife; Samuel Thrall and Lucy Winchell (d. 1810), his wife; Nathaniel Gove and Esther Tyler (1740-89), his wife, m. 1759. 
[p.9] Thomas Knowlton (1740-76) commanded the first company of Connecticut men who marched to assist the troops at Charlestown and, 1776, he was made lieutenant-colonel of Connecticut troops, taking part in the battle of Harlem Heights, where he was killed. He was born in Ashford, Conn. 
Also No. 70642. 
Shubel Pierce (1758-1833) enlisted, 1780, in Capt. Joseph W. Wilmarth's company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment, on the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Swansea, Mass.; died in Hampton, N. Y.  
Also No. 66629. 
Samuel Thrall (1737-1821) was quartermaster in the Hampshire County militia, 1776, under Col. Timothy Robinson. He commanded a company in the levies in the Mohawk Valley under Col. Marinus Willett, 1781. He died at Rutland, Vt. 
Nathaniel Gove (1739-1813) was sergeant at the siege of Boston and lieutenant at the battle of Long Island, where he was captured. He suffered hardships on the prison ship “Jersey.” He died at Rutland, Vt. 
Also No. 58113. 
David Stoddard served as sergeant in Capt. Jacob Hind's company, Col. James Reed's New Hampshire regiment. He was born, 1740, in Massachusetts. 

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Miss Emily INGERSOLL Brush.
DAR ID Number: 78076 
Born in Greenwich, Conn. 
Descendant of Mills Hobby. 
Daughter of Shadrach M. Brush (1818-1903) and Emeline M. INGERSOLL (1820-98), his wife, m. 1848. 
Granddaughter of Joseph INGERSOLL (1787-1862) and Mary Hobby (1796-1823), his wife, m. 1818. 
Gr-granddaughter of Mills Hobby and Ruth Holmes, his wife. 
Mills Hobby (1760-1802) served as private in Capt. Abraham Mead's company, Col. John Mead's regiment, 1777. He was born and died in Greenwich, Conn. 

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[p.87] Mrs. Grace I. H. Coe Bixler.
DAR ID Number: 78232 
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Wife of W. O. Bixler. 
Descendant of Charles Coe, Lieut. Joshua King, Col. John Ely, John Sayre, and Capt. Ephraim Lockhart Whitlock. 
Daughter of Frederick Augustus Coe (b. 1854) and Elizabeth Sayre Geary (b. 1857), his wife, m. 1876. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Goodrich Coe (1819-69) and Grace INGERSOLL Hawley (1818-1900), his wife, m. 1844; Edward Francis Geary (1829-57) and Elizabeth Amelia Sayre (b. 1834), his wife, m. 1851. 
Gr-granddaughter of Noah Coe (1786-1871) and Elizabeth Goodrich (b. 1787), his wife, m. 1810; William Hawley (1785-1872) and Catherine King (1785-1872), his wife; Samuel Aldsworth Sayre (1803-88) and Elizabeth Davis Telfair (1807-73), his wife, m. 1825. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Charles Coe and Hannah Bates, his wife, m. 1784; Joshua King and Anne INGERSOLL (1765-1830), his wife; Samuel Goodrich (b. 1763) and Elizabeth Ely (1764-1837), his wife, m. 1784; James Telfair (1785-1821) and Mary Ann Whitlock (1785-1861), his wife, m. 1805. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Ely and Sarah Worthington (b. 1734), his wife, m. 1759; Ephraim Lockhart Whitlock and Anne Tiebout (1763-1826), his wife, m. 1778. 
Charles Coe (1760-1817) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Samuel Camp's company for the defense of the Hudson. He was born and died in Durham, Conn. 
Also No. 21716. 
Joshua King (1758-1839) was cornet in Sheldon's Dragoons when he was promoted lieutenant, 1779. He was a member of the Cincinnati and served to the close of the war. He was born in Braintree, Mass.; died in Ridgefield, Conn. 
Also No. 46584. 
John Ely (1737-1800) was captain in the 6th Connecticut regiment, 1775, promoted major, 1776, and was colonel of the 4th battalion, 1777, when captured at Long Island. He was not exchanged until 1780, and during that time acted as physician to the smallpox patients on Long Island. He was born in Lyme; died in Saybrook, Conn. 
Also No. 54820. 
John Sayre (1742-79) was a minute man in the Essex County, New Jersey militia, who died of wounds received in the battle of Monmouth. He was born in Monmouth; died in Elizabethtown, N.J. 
Also No. 44621. 
Ephraim Lockhart Whitlock (1755-1825) was ensign in the 4th battalion, New Jersey militia, 2nd lieutenant, 1776, transferred to the 1st regiment as 1st lieutenant, 1777, and was captain by brevet, [p.88] 1783. He was an original member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Monmouth County; died in Elizabethtown, N. J. 
Also No. 32575. 

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Mrs. Adaleta Buck Woodworth.
DAR ID Number: 79928 
Born in Delta, Mich. 
Wife of Harry Price Woodworth. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL, and Elihu Parsons. 
Daughter of Samuel Phelps Buck (1831-98) and Lucy Ersula INGERSOLL (b. 1839), his wife, m. 1860. 
[p.341] 
Granddaughter of Eliel INGERSOLL (1816-88) and Diantha McRoberts (1817-94), his wife, m. 1839. 
Gr-granddaughter of Erastus INGERSOLL (1782-1857) and Sally Smith (1787-1845), his wife, m. 1806. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David INGERSOLL and Sarah Parsons (1760-1837), his wife, m. 1781. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William INGERSOLL and Lydia INGERSOLL (cousins) (1727-1804), his wife, m. 1746; Elihu Parsons and Sarah Edwards (1728-1805), his wife, m. 1750. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 74818. 
Elihu Parsons (1719-85) enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Ezra Whittlesey's company, Colonel Brown's regiment, Berkshire County, Mass., serving to the northward. He was born in Northampton; died in Stockbridge, Mass. 

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Mrs. Bertha M. INGERSOLL Griffith.
DAR ID Number: 82371 
Born in Bergen, N. Y. 
Wife of Plynn A. Griffith. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL
Daughter of Henry Mortimer INGERSOLL (1827-75) and Mary Caldwell (1833-89), his wife, m. 1851. 
Granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL, Jr. (1778-1848), and Elizabeth Weyburn (1785-1865), his wife, m. 1804. 
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel INGERSOLL and Jerusha Gaylord (1758-1819), his 3rd wife. 
Samuel INGERSOLL (1744-1818) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Charles Smith's company, Col. John Meade's 9th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Stamford; died in Sheldrake, N. Y. 
Also Nos. 51418, 71073. 

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Mrs. Emogene INGERSOLL Winterer.
DAR ID Number: 82372 
Born in Bergen, N. Y. 
Wife of Edward Winterer. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL
[p.145] 
Daughter of Henry Mortimer INGERSOLL (1827-95) and Mary Caldwell (1833-89), his wife, m. 1851. 
See No. 82371. 

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Mrs. Maud Thompson Morley.
DAR ID Number: 82378 
Born at Cedar Falls, Iowa. 
Wife of Clarence J. Morley. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford. 
Daughter of Josiah Thompson (1829-1909) and Clarissa Lathrop (1829-98), his wife, m. 1856. 
Granddaughter of Hezekiah Lathrop (1795-1840) and Hannah M. Sanford (1804-80), his wife, m. 1825. 
Gr-granddaughter of David Sanford, Jr. (1760-1821), and Hannah Thompson, his wife, m. 1780. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba INGERSOLL (b. 1738), his wife, m. 1757. 
David Sanford (1737-1810), a patriot preacher, was appointed chaplain in Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment, 1776. He was born in New Milford, Conn.; died in Medway, Mass. 
Also Nos. 11551, 56372. 

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Miss Ella Josephine Holley.
DAR ID Number: 82386 
Born in New Haven, Conn. 
Descendant of Stephen Holly, Lieut. Josiah Smith, and Stephen Clason, all of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Frank Corwin Holley (1859-97) and Ella Josephine Studwell (b. 1859), his wife, m. 1884. 
Granddaughter of Samuel A. Holly (1816-97) and Almira Elizabeth INGERSOLL (1814-90), his 2nd wife, m. 1863; Edgar Studwell (1819-1904) and Cornelia Smith (1817-81), his wife, m. 1840. 
[p.151] 
Gr-granddaughter of Silas Holly (1781-1861) and Rhoda Sherwood, his wife, m. 1813; Earle Smith (1794-1859) and Ruth Clason (1792-1887), his wife, m. 1816. 
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Holly and Deborah Ferris (b. 1763), his wife, m. 1780; Josiah Smith and Sarah Reynolds (1762-1849), his wife, m. 1784; Solomon Clason (1766-1848) and Ruth Smith (1758-1838), his wife, m. 1789. 
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Clason and Martha Whelpley (1733-1820), his wife, m. 1762. 
Stephen Holly (1763-1833), was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for service as private in the coast guards under Col. John Mead. He was born and died in Stamford. 
Josiah Smith (1750-1830) was commissioned lieutenant, 1782, in Capt. James Stoddard's company, Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment, Connecticut State troops. He was born and died in Stamford. 
Stephen Clason (1736-1809) served, 1776, in Captain Webb's company, Col. John Mead's 9th regiment, New York militia. He was born and died in Stamford. 

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Mrs. Rose A. Young Brandt.
DAR ID Number: 83495 
Born in Clinton County, Iowa. 
Wife of David C. Brandt. 
Descendant of John Knowles, as follows: 
1. Henry W. Young (d. 1866), m. Jane INGERSOLL (d. 1887). 
2. Simon Young, m. Lois Palmer Knowles (b. 1792). 
4. John Knowles, m. 1781, Lydia Chaplin (b. 1755). 
John Knowles (1759-1832) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Stephen Dearborn's company, Lieutenant-Colonel Senter's regiment, New Hampshire troops; engaged in battles of Lake Champlain and Bennington. In 1838 his widow applied for a pension, which was granted. He was born in Rye, N. H.; died in Fayette, Me. 
Also Nos. 58308, 61999, 71488. 

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Mrs. Juliet Shannon Smith Henry.
DAR ID Number: 83611 
Born in Lee, Mass. 
Wife of William Louis Henry. 
Descendant of Thomas Tracy, William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL, Capt. Josiah Yale, Joel Clark, and Joel Clark, Jr., as follows: 
1. Augustus R. Smith (b. 1863), m. 1886, Annie B. Foote (b. 1864). 
2. Wellington Smith (1841-1910), m., 1st, 1861, Mary Clark Shannon (1839-77). 
3. John Randolph Smith (1817-60), m. 1840, Parthenia G. Yale (1819-65); William Augustus Shannon (1810-77), m. 1836, Juliet Clark (1816-1901). 
4. Josiah Yale, Jr. (1796-1878), m., 1st, 1818, Lucy INGERSOLL (1799-1836); Joel Clark, Jr., m. 1801, Achsah Stearns (d. 1870). 
5. Josiah Yale, m. 1776, Ruth Tracy (1757-1851); David INGERSOLL, m. 1781, Sarah Parsons (1760-1837); Joel Clark, m., 1st, 1760, Martha Kingsley (1735-70). 
6. Thomas Tracy, m. 1754, Lucy Sprague (1735-1826); William INGERSOLL, m. 1746, Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1804). 
Thomas Tracy (1724-77) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Lenox, 1776. He was at Ticonderoga. He was born in Preston, Conn.; died in Lenox, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Josiah Yale (1752-1822) commanded a company from Wallingford, Conn., at the battle of Bennington. He was born in Wallington; died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 69447. 
Joel Clark (1731-1806) served as private, 1777, in Capt. Oliver Lyman's company from Northampton, Mass., where he was born and died. 
[p.236] 
Joel Clark, Jr. (1763-1837), served as a private in Capt. Ebenezer Strong's company, 2nd Hampshire County regiment, 1782. He was born and died in Northampton, Mass. 
Also Nos. 41340, 74818. 

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Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Johnson Wolfe.
DAR ID Number: 84129 
Born in Washington, D. C. 
Wife of Edmund Stanley Wolfe. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Bouchillon, Sergt. Andre Guillebeau, William Peebles, William Moore, and Corp. Matthias Hobbs, as follows: 
1. John Altheus Johnson (b. 1858), m. 1883, Mary Linda Hobbs (b. 1858). 
2. Henry McKinney Johnson (1832-85), m. 1857, Mary Eliza Bouchillon (b. 1838); Alexander Warfield Hobbs (1825-64), m. 1852, Sarah Ellen Moore (1832-64). 
3. Joseph Leonard Bouchillon (1801-79), m. 1827, Martha Finette Gardner (1812-95); Henry Johnson (1804-74), m. 1824, Lavinia Tilson (1808-80); Thomas Moore (1800-35), m. 1823, Mary (Moore) (1806-51); Littleton Hobbs (1800-53), m. 1824, Sarah Linda INGERSOLL (1799-1845). 
4. James Bouchillon (1777-1806), m. 1798, Susannah Guillebeau (1776-1814); Stephen Tilson (1775-1858), m. 1807, Elizabeth Peebles (1785-1859); William Moore, m. 1804, Ann Twilley (Howard) (b. 1762) (parents of Mary); Benjamin Hobbs (d. 1819), m. 1794, Rebecca Harris (1777-1834). 
5. Jean Bouchillon (1751-78), m. 1773, Mary Anne LeRoy (1756-1839); Andre Guillebeau, m. 1776, Jane Seguin (Roquemore), William Peebles, m. William Tilson, m. 1762, Mary Ransom (b. 1730). [p.54] Elizabeth Edmondson; Matthias Hobbs, m. 1765, Mary Rencher (1741-1808). 
6. Joseph Bouchillon, m. 1750, Marie Majinnett (1730-65). 
Joseph Bouchillon (1729-99) served, 1779, as captain in the South Carolina militia. He was born in France; died in Abbeville County, S. C. 
Andre Guillebeau (1739-1814) served as private and sergeant in the South Carolina militia under Capt. Joseph Bouchillon. He was born in France; died in Abbeville, S. C. 
William Peebles served as private in the 2nd North Carolina regiment, Continental Line, 1776-78. He was at Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth, and Valley Forge. He was born, 1740, in Scotland; died in Carter County, Tenn. 
William Moore (1758-1833) was pensioned as private in the 4th regiment, Maryland Line. He was born and died in Somerset County, Md. 
Matthias Hobbs (1734-98) served as corporal from Somerset County, Md., in the White Haven company, Salisbury battalion. He was born in England; died in Somerset County, Md. 
William Tilson (1741-1825) enlisted, 1778, in North Carolina militia, for service in South Carolina when the British attacked that State. He was born in Plympton, Mass.; died in Smyth County, Va. 

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Mrs. Maria Louise Hendrickson.
DAR ID Number: 84430 
Born in Barrington, Ill. 
Wife of Marcus D. Hendrickson. 
Descendant of Col. John Rosenkrans, as follows: 
1. Horace Rosenkrans (1810-93), m. 1838, Maria INGERSOLL (1816-91). 
2. Asa Rosenkrans (1785-1844), m. 1809, Jane Cole (1789-1877). 
3. John Rosenkrans, Jr. (b. 1752), m. 1777, Elizabeth Van Nest. 
4. John Rosenkrans, m. 1751, Margaret De Witt (b. 1731). 
John Rosenkrans (1724-86) was a member of the Committee of Safety and served as captain and colonel, New Jersey militia. He was born in Rochester, N. Y.; died in Walpack, N. J. 
Also No. 38989. 

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Mrs. Aveline INGERSOLL Flagg Edwards.
DAR ID Number: 84684 
Born in West Falls Church, Va. 
Wife of Charles Edwards. 
Descendant of Josiah Flagg, as follows: 
1. Edmund Howard Flagg (b. 1866), m. 1890, Blanche Lamkin. 
2. Edmund Flagg, Jr. (1815-90), m. 1862, Kate Gallaher. 
3. Edmund Flagg, m. Harriet Payson. 
4. Josiah Flagg, m. Anna Webster. 
Josiah Flagg (1748-99) served as a private in the militia from Chester, N. H., where he was born and died. 
Also No. 22818. 

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Mrs. Mary L. Sickels Tripp.
DAR ID Number: 84699 
Born in Brookline, Mass. 
Wife of George A. Tripp. 
Descendant of Rev. David Sanford, as follows: 
1. George E. Sickels (1814-81), m. 1849, Maria Louisa Smith (1826-66). 
2. Rev. Stephen Sandford Smith (1779-1881), m. 1828, Lucretia Bishop (1804-81). 
3. Rev. Ethan Smith (1762-1849), m. 1793, Bathsheba Sanford (1771-1835). 
4. David Sanford, m. 1761, Bathsheba INGERSOLL (1738-1800). 
David Sanford (1737-1810) was a patriot preacher and appointed chaplain in Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment, 1776. He was born in New Milford, Conn.; died in Medway, Mass. 
Also Nos. 11551, 56372, 82378. 

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Mrs. Katie Ethlyn Sedgwick Skinner.
DAR ID Number: 85113 
Born in Woodstock, Ill. 
Wife of George F. Skinner. 
Descendant of Capt. David Olmsted, as follows: 
1. Theodore Sedgwick (1827-1901), m. 1850, Laura Sedgwick Parsons (1826-1901). 
2. Richard Parsons (1780-1865), m. 1820, Abbey Olmsted (1798-1851). 
3. David Olmsted, m. Abigail INGERSOLL
David Olmsted (1748-1813) commanded a company of Connecticut militia under Colonel Enos, 1778. He was born in Ridgefield, Conn.; died in Janesville, N. Y. 
Also No. 63754. 

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Mrs. Myrta Parmely INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 85879 
Born in Elyria, Ohio. 
Wife of George Wells INGERSOLL
Descendant of Jeremiah Parmelee, Corp. John Parmely, and Samuel Weeks, as follows: 
1. Stanley Manning Parmely (1830-94), m. 1855, Mary Sampson (b. 1832). 
2. Asahel Parmely (1786-1859), m. 1813, Fannie Wright (1795-1875); Abner Sampson (1791-1862), m. Lydia Weeks (1794-1868). 
3. John Parmely, m. 1779, Dorothy Scovil (1755-1843); Samuel Weeks, m. Lydia Williams (b. 1767). 
4. Jeremiah Parmelee, m. 1754, Temperance Blatchley (b. 1733). 
Jeremiah Parmelee (1730-97) served as private in Col. Moses Hazen's regiment, “Congress Own,” Connecticut troops. He was born in Killingworth, Conn.; died in Wilmington, Vt. 
Also No. 76702. 
John Parmely (1755-1828) served as drummer and corporal in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Sullivan, Ohio. 
Also No. 61992. 
Samuel Weeks (1765-1843) enlisted at sixteen and served until the close of the war. In 1832 he was allowed a pension for two years' service as private, Massachusetts Line. He died in Northampton, Mass. 
Also Nos. 26448, 41712, 42766. 

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Mrs. Mary Helen Holmes De Witt.
DAR ID Number: 86119 
Born in Exeter, Pa. 
Wife of M. D. De Witt. 
Descendant of Artemadores INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. George B. Holmes (1826-1902) m., 1848, Jane Wilson (1826-1909). 
2. Alvin Holmes (1796-1866) m., 1820, Minerva INGERSOLL (1801-73). 
3. Artemadores INGERSOLL m., 1789, Sarah — (b. 1769). 
Artemadores INGERSOLL (1762-1839) received a pension for service as private in Capt. Nathaniel Cushing's Company, Col. Josiah Vose's 1st Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Pennsylvania. 

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Mrs. Lena INGERSOLL Price.
DAR ID Number: 87177 
Born in Lafayette, Ind. 
Wife of Edwin S. Price. 
Descendant of Asa Boynton, as follows: 
1. Benjamin Franklin INGERSOLL (1825-92) m., 1851, Maria C. Williams (b. 1823). 
2. George Williams m., 1818, Lucy Boynton (1797-1883). 
3. Asa Boynton m., 1781, Mary Edmunds. 
Asa Boynton (1760-1837) served as private in Capt. Richard Peabody's company, Col. Edward Wigglesworth's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Rowley, Mass.; died in Haverhill, Ohio. 
Also No. 81824. 

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Mrs. Mary INGERSOLL Harper.
DAR ID Number: 87878 
Born in Painesville, Ohio. 
Wife of William Wallace Harper. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. George Stiles INGERSOLL m. Ann M. Howe. 
2. Erastus INGERSOLL m. Emerett M. Munson. 
3. Calvin INGERSOLL m. Lydia Barlow. 
4. William INGERSOLL m. Lydia INGERSOLL
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield. 
Also No. 83611. 

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Mrs. Antoinette De Forest INGERSOLL Merwin.
DAR ID Number: 88389 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Timothy Dwight Merwin. 
Descendant of David INGERSOLL, Gideon de Forest, Sylvanus Dimmock, as follows: 
1. Rev. Edward Payson INGERSOLL, D. D. (1834-1907) m. 1860 Julia Ambrosia de Forest (1840-65). 
2. William INGERSOLL (1802-73) m. 1823 Semanthe Bassett (1805-82); Tracy Robinson de Forest (1811-87) m. 1833 Julia Ann Sutherland (1812-96). 
3. David INGERSOLL m. 1781 Sarah Parsons Bassett (1760-1837); Gideon de Forest m. 1793 Hannah Birdseye (1773-1844); Ansel Bassett (1768-1837) m. 1793 Hannah Dimmock (1778-1853). 
4. Sylvanus Dimmock m. 1774 Thankful Dimmock (1756-1831) (cousins). 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 74818. 
Gideon de Forest (1765-1840) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for service as private, Connecticut Line. He was born in Stratford, Conn.; died in Otsego County, N. Y. 
Sylvanus Dimmock (1754-1834) enlisted, 1775, under Capt. John Grannis as private. In 1832 he was allowed a pension in Berkshire County, Mass. He was born in Falmouth; died in Lee, Mass. 

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Mrs. Helen M. Disbrow Chapman.
DAR ID Number: 88573 
Born in Oxford, Mich. 
Wife of George Clark Chapman. 
Descendant of Charles Tuttle and of Asael Disbrow, as follows: 
1. Charles Tuttle Disbrow (1819-63) m. 1842 Mary C. INGERSOLL (1825-90). 
2. Ezra Disbrow (1785-1855) m. 1816 Mamre Tuttle (1787-1880). 
See No. 88530. 
3. Asahel Disbrow m. 1775 Abigail Disbrow (cousins). 
Asahel Disbrow (1746-1813) responded to the Lexington Alarm from Fairfield, Conn., where he was born. He died in Ashland, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Carrie Harper White.
DAR ID Number: 89472 
Born in Detroit, Mich. 
Wife of John Edward White. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. William Wallace Harper (1845-82) m. 2nd 1874 Mary INGERSOLL (b. 1857). 
2. George Stiles INGERSOLL (1823-1900) m. 1849 Ann M. Howe (b. 1826). 
3. Erastus INGERSOLL (b. 1800) m. 1822 Emarett M. Munson. 
4. Calvin INGERSOLL (1768-1850) m. Lydia Barlow. 
5. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1801). 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield. 
Also No. 87878. 

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Mrs. Rachel A. Chase Bellows.
DAR ID Number: 89630 
Born in Lyndonville, Vt. 
Wife of Harold Adams Bellows. 
Descendant of Elisha Parks, and of Capt. Elijah Deming, as follows: 
1. Charles P. Chase (b. 1849) m. 1877 Jeanie Bush (b. 1856). 
2. Frederic Bush (b. 1820) m. 1847 Sarah Eliza Hunt (b. 1827). 
3. James Bush m. 1808 Sarah Parks (1789-1876); Curtis Hunt m. 1817 Lovisa Deming (1796-1832). 
4. Roland Parks (b. 1756) m. 1779 Sarah Morrison; Osias Deming (1762-1847) m. 1788 Lovisa Ely. 
5. Elisha Parks m. 1751 Mary INGERSOLL (b. 1733); Elijah Deming m. 1756 Lucy Sage. 
Elisha Parks (1724-78) was a member of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Provincial Congresses. He served on committees to supply the army. He was born in Weston; died in Westfield, Mass. 
Also No. 40405. 
Elijah Deming (1735-1821) was captain in Colonel Ashley's regiment ordered to Fort Edward, 1777. He was born in Wethersfield, Conn.; died in Sandesfield, Mass. 

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Mrs. Margaret Bowen Ireland.
DAR ID Number: 91852 
Born in Pleasantville, N. J. 
Wife of Samuel Ireland. 
Descendant of Richard Collins and of Daniel Lake, as follows: 
1. William A. Bowen (1835-1908) m. 1859 Asenath Collins (1839-70). 
2. Daniel Lake Collins (1808-87) m. 1831 Mary Ann INGERSOLL
3. Levi Collins (1772-1813) m. 1801 Asenath Lake (1783-1860). 
4. Richard Collins m. 2nd 1759 Sarah Griffith; Daniel Lake m. 1764 Sarah Lucas. 
[p.273] Richard Collins (1725-1808) served in the Gloucester County, New Jersey militia, as did Daniel Lake (1740-99). Richard Collins was born in Ireland; died in Gloucester County, N. J. Daniel Lake was born and died in Pleasantville, N. J. 
Also No. 77219. 

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Mrs. Ida M. INGERSOLL Farrell.
DAR ID Number: 92144 
Born in Newton, N. J. 
Wife of John Farrell. 
Descendant of Joshua Case, as follows: 
1. William Schuyler INGERSOLL (1819-82) m. 1843 Bertha E. Baxter (1825-64). 
2. Gilbert INGERSOLL (1774-1859) m. 1799 Elizabeth Predmore (1779-1853). 
See No. 92143. 

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Mrs. Jennie Louise Pier Whipple.
DAR ID Number: 92341 
Born in Springfield Center, N. Y. 
Wife of Francis Benton Whipple. 
Descendant of David Pier, as follows: 
1. Theodore F. Pier (b. 1827) m. 1847 Lorinda McShipman (1828-1911). 
2. Ephraim Pier (d. 1840) m. Mary Thurber. 
3. David Pier m. Abigail Seward. 
David Pier served, 1781, on the alarm to the northward under Capt. Thomas INGERSOLL, 1st Berkshire County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass.; died, 1816, in Guilford, N. Y. 
Also No. 28688. 

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Mrs. Mabel Tandy Hettinger.
DAR ID Number: 94633 
Born in Freeport, Ill. 
Wife of Matthias Hettinger. 
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Stickney, as follows: 
1. Gardner William Tandy (1835-1904) m. 1864 Julia Allis INGERSOLL (1835-1910). 
2. Gorham Parsons Tandy (1803-68) m. 1820 Elizabeth Foster Stickney (1803-44). 
3. Thomas Stickney, Jr. (1770-1820), m. 1802 Mehetable Foster (1776-1845). 
4. Thomas Stickney m. 1761 Sarah Tenny (1737-1815). 
Thomas Stickney (1734-1808) served as lieutenant at Bunker Hill and was wounded at Bennington. He was born and died in Bradford, Mass. 
Also No. 41855. 

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Mrs. Persis Jones Harrison.
DAR ID Number: 96568 
Born in Madison, Wis. 
Wife of James Harrison. 
Descendant of Thomas Jones, as follows: 
1. Eugene Albert Jones (1847-99) m. 1870 Mary Brooks (b. 1848). 
2. John Nelson Jones (1817-98) m. 1844 Elizabeth Green Clark (1827-1909). 
3. Erastus Lyman Jones (1790-1854) m. 1st 1814 Abigail INGERSOLL (1790-1835). 
4. Thomas Jones m. 1773 Susannah Adams (1752-1815). 
Thomas Jones (1751-1832) served as private, 1776, in Capt. Samuel Hayes' company, Maj. John Skinner's regiment of light horse. He was born in Enfield, Conn.; died in Richland, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Grace Warner Mason.
DAR ID Number: 97122 
Born in Camillas, N. Y. 
Wife of Frank R. Mason. 
Descendant of Samuel INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. Francis M. Warner (1834-1902) m. 1856 Mary Cannon (1837-94). 
2. Nathaniel Warner (1809-58) m. 1831 Roxy INGERSOLL (1808-52). 
3. Samuel INGERSOLL, Jr. (1778-1848), m. 1804 Elizabeth Weyburn (1785-1865). 
4. Samuel INGERSOLL m. 3rd 1819 Jerusha Gaylord (1758-1819). 
Samuel INGERSOLL (1744-1818) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Charles Smith's company of militia, Col. John Meade's 9th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Stamford, Conn.; died in Sheldrake, N. Y. 
Also No. 71073. 

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Mrs. Angelina Hawes Fisher Carrel.
DAR ID Number: 98018 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Le Roy Carrel. 
Descendant of Seth INGERSOLL Browne, and of Sergt. Joel Stone, as follows: 
1. Harry Waldo Fisher (b. 1860) m. 1887 Estelle Bradburn Eason (b. 1862). 
2. Waldo A. Fisher m. Angelina Hawes; Donald McPherson Eason (b. 1839) m. 1860 Annie Maria Bradburn (1842-72). 
3. Ebenezer Oliver Hawes m. Cynthia Browne; Charles Bradburn (1807-72) m. 1831 Eliza Stone (1807-65). 
4. Seth INGERSOLL Browne m. 2nd Sarah Godding; Joel Stone, Jr. (b. 1765) m. Sally Dutton. 
5. Joel Stone m. 1765 Eunice Holden. 
Seth INGERSOLL Browne (1750-1809) was a member of the Boston Tea Party; served at Bunker Hill, where he was twice wounded, and with Washington in the Commissary Department. He died at Charlestown, Mass. 
Also No. 61429. 
Joel Stone served as sergeant in Capt. James Burt's company, Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Groton, Mass.; died in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Also No. 84093. 

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[p.196] Mrs. Effie Lord Nash.
DAR ID Number: 98625 
Born in Harrington, Me. 
Wife of Edward S. Nash. 
Descendant of Corp. Nicholas Lord, as follows: 
1. George W. Lord (1829-71) m. 1849 Caroline G. Small (1833-66). 
2. Oliver Lord (1799-1890) m. 1826 Eliza INGERSOLL (1809-96). 
3. Dominicus Lord (1774-1851) m. Elizabeth Chick. 
4. Nicholas Lord m. 1765 Elizabeth Chick. 
Nicholas Lord (1746-1828) served as corporal in Captain Grant's company, Col. Jonathan Titcomb's Massachusetts regiment, Continental Line. He was born in East Berwick; died in Parsonsfield, Me. 

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Mrs. Helen Amanda Sedgwick Reid.
DAR ID Number: 98953 
Born in Waterloo, Iowa. 
Descendant of Capt. David Olmsted, as follows: 
1. James Elliott Sedgwick (b. 1854) m. 1886 Carrie A. Cobb (b. 1864). 
2. Theodore Hopkins Sedgwick (1827-1901) m. 1850 Laura Sedgwick Parsons (1826-1901). 
3. Richard Parsons (1780-1865) m. 1820 Abbey Olmsted (1798-1851). 
4. David Olmsted m. Abigail INGERSOLL
David Olmsted (1748-1813) commanded a company of Connecticut militia under Colonel Enos, 1778. He was born in Ridgefield, Conn.; died in Jamesville, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Rebecca Jane West Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 101026 
Born in Champaign County, Ohio. 
Wife of John R. Wilson, Jr. 
Descendant of Oliver West, Ebenezer West, William INGERSOLL, and Jared INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. Seth Merritt West (b. 1844) m. 2nd 1885 Anna Manervia Waugh (b. 1854). 
2. Frederick Poland West (1818-98) m. 1838 Anna Eliza Norvil (1818-56). 
3. Ephraim West (1783-1867) m. 2nd 1807 Polly INGERSOLL (1783-1859). 
4. Ebenezer West m. 1779 Mehitable Nye (1757-1837); Jared INGERSOLL m. 1782 Elizabeth Kinblow (Niblow) (d. 1824). 
5. Oliver West m. 1757 Thankful Nye (1736-1806); William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia (INGERSOLL) (cousins). 
Oliver West (1733-1816) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Peleg Peck's company, Colonel Carpenter's regiment, which marched on the Rhode Island Alarm. He was born in Tolland, Conn; died in Lee, Mass. 
[p.10] Ebenezer West served as a private in Capt. Jesse Bradley's company, Col. John Brown's regiment, 1777, for service to the northward. He was born, 1757, in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
William INGERSOLL (1724-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Jared INGERSOLL (1757-1822) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Job Woodbridge's company, Col. John Brown's Berkshire County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Great Barrington; died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 65373. 

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Mrs. Flora Preston INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 101432 
Born in Pompey, N. Y. 
Wife of Charles INGERSOLL
Descendant of Sergt. John Preston, as follows: 
1. Charles B. Preston (1833-1901) m. 1865 Judith Plumb (b. 1839). 
2. Philip Preston (1797-1873) m. 1823 Bershe King (1795-1865). 
3. Calvin Preston (1765-1849) m. 1790 Rachel Rice (1766-1858). 
4. John Preston m. 1759 Sarah Eastman (b. 1735). 
John Preston (1737-99) responded to the Lexington Alarm from Ashford, and, 1776, served as sergeant in Capt. Amos Foote's company, Connecticut troops. He was born in Windham; died in Ashford, Conn. 
Also No. 42482. 

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Mrs. Agnes Warner Brown.
DAR ID Number: 102380 
Born in INGERSOLL, Mich. 
Wife of Chauncey C. Brown. 
Descendant of Ensign DeWalt Mechlin, as follows: 
1. William S. Warner (1843-1911) m. 1868 Sarah C. Cleveland (b. 1847). 
2. James Cleveland (1821-68) m. Lydia Mecklin (1822-1903). 
3. Peter Meckling (or Macklin) (1780-1850) m. 1802 Mary Boyers (1781-1866) 
4. Dewalt Macklin, Jr., m. Mary Rugh (1758-1839). 
5. Dewalt Mechlin m. Sybilla —. 
Dewalt Mechlin (1731-1816) served, 1776-77, as ensign in the 9th Pennsylvania regiment. He was born and died in Pennsylvania. 
Also No. 97040. 

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Miss Mida Deborah Smith.
DAR ID Number: 102551 
Born in Lawrenceville, Pa. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Smith and of Lieut. Simon INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. William Sniffin Smith (b. 1847) m. 1878 Annie Wilson (b. 1857). 
2. Joseph Morton Smith (d. 1858) m. 1842) Deborah INGERSOLL (1820-99). 
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3. Joseph Smith m. Sarah (Smith) (b. 1769); Alexander INGERSOLL (1791-1857). m. Caroline Carl (d. 1876). 
4. Amos Smith m. Deborah Knapp (parents of Sarah); Simon INGERSOLL, Jr., m. Sarah B. Smith (d. 1820). 
5. Simon INGERSOLL m. 1762 Elizabeth Schofield (1740-1815). 
Amos Smith (1747-1823) served as sergeant and captain of the 9th company, Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Roxbury, Conn. 
Simon INGERSOLL (1736-77) served as lieutenant, 1776, in 4th company, Col. Gold Selleck Silliman's regiment, Wadsworth's brigade. He was born and died in Stanwich, Conn. 

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Mrs. Grace INGERSOLL Smith.
DAR ID Number: 102718 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Whitefoord G. Smith. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. Jonathan Edwards INGERSOLL (1827-99) m. 1856 Mary Fuller (1833-1906). 
2. Alvan INGERSOLL (1801-63) m. 1822 Hannah Lyman (1802-87). 
3. David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) m. 1781 Sarah Edwards Parsons. 
4. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia INGERSOLL (cousins) (1727-1801). 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he was born and died. 
Also Nos. 87878, 89472. 

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Mrs. Edith Waterman Hyder.
DAR ID Number: 102803 
Born in Paris, France. 
Wife of Frank Hyder. 
Descendant of Enoch Sherman, as follows: 
1. Henry B. Waterman (1841-1903) m. 1877 Auronette Sherman (b. 1851). 
2. Henry Osman Sherman (1820-1907) m. 1841 Huldah M. INGERSOLL (1820-94). 
3. Sterling Sherman (1794-1865) m. 1814 Jane Noble (1788-1852). 
4. Enoch Sherman m. Catherine Seeley (1765-1859). 
Enoch Sherman (1753-1849) was placed on the pension roll of Bennington County, Vt., 1833, for service as private, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Easton, Mass.; died in Rupert, N. Y. 
Also No. 96017. 

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Mrs. Auronette Sherman Waterman.
DAR ID Number: 102804 
Born in West Rupert, Vt. 
Wife of Henry B. Waterman. 
Descendant of Enoch Sherman, as follows: 
1. Henry Osman Sherman (1820-1907) m. 1841 Huldah M. INGERSOLL (1820-94). 
See No. 102803. 

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Mrs. Elsie Waldron Smith Hommann.
DAR ID Number: 103804 
Born in Berkshire, Mass. 
Wife of Charles C. Hommann. 
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Descendant of William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL, Capt. Josiah Yale, Thomas Tracy, Joel Clark, and Joel Clark, Jr., as follows: 
1. Augustus R. Smith (b. 1863) m. 1886 Annie B. Foote (b. 1864). 
2. Wellington Smith (1841-1910) m. 1861 Mary Clark Shannon (1839-77). 
3. John Randolph Smith (1817-60) m. 1840 Parthenia C. Yale (1819-65); William Augustus Shannon (1810-77) m. 1836 Julius Clark (1816-1901). 
4. Josiah Yale, Jr. (1796-1878) m. 1818 Lucy INGERSOLL (1799-1836); Joel Clark, Jr., m. 1801 Achsah Stearns (d. 1870). 
See. No. 103268. 
5. David INGERSOLL m. 1781 Sarah Parsons (1760-1837); Josiah Yale m. 1776 Ruth Tracy (1757-1851); Joel Clark m. 1760 Martha Kingsley (b. 1735). 
6. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia — (1727-1804); Thomas Tracy m. 1754 Lucy Sprague (1735-1826). 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also No. 89472. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served with the Berkshire County militia at the battle of Bennington. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 88389. 
Thomas Tracy (1724-76) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Lenox, Mass., where he died. He was born in Preston, Conn. 
Joel Clark (1731-1806) served as private in Capt. Oliver Lyman's company of Northampton County, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Northampton, Mass. 
Joel Clark, Jr. (1763-1837), served as private in Capt. Ebenezer Strong's company, 2nd Hampshire County, regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Northampton, Mass.


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Miss Lucile Foote Smith.
DAR ID Number: 103805 
Born in Lee, Mass. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL, Capt. Josiah Yale, Thomas Tracy, Joel Clark and Joel Clark, Jr., as follows: 
1. Augustus R. Smith (b. 1863) m. 1886 Annie B. Foote (b. 1864). 
See No. 103804. 

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Mrs. Caroline Roberts Campbell.
DAR ID Number: 104091 
Born in Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wife of Dr. Edward A. Campbell. 
Descendant of William INGERSOLL and of Ebenezer West, as follows: 
1. Lyman Crosby Roberts (b. 1827) m. 1859 Jane S. Bolles (1833-1911). 
2. Henry Dwight Roberts (d. 1828) m. 1824 Elizabeth West (1808-89). 
3. Ephraim West (1783-1867) m. 1807 Polly INGERSOLL (1783-1859). 
4. Ebenezer West m. 1779 Mehitable Nye (d. 1837); Jared INGERSOLL (1757-1822) m. 1782 Elizabeth Kniblow (d. 1824). 
5. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1804). 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also No. 87878. 
Ebenezer West served as private in Capt. Jesse Bradley's company, Col. John Brown's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born, 1757, in Tolland, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 

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Mrs. Louise Van Harlingen INGERSOLL.
DAR ID Number: 104285 
Born in Richmond, Ind. 
Wife of Lieut. Royal E. INGERSOLL
Descendant of Joseph Hedden, as follows: 
1. James M. Van Harlingen (b. 1858) m. 1883 Alice Drucilla Dunsmore (b. 1858). 
2. Joseph Pollock Dunsmore (b. 1830) m. 1854 Margaret Annette Ward (1827-1920). 
[p.96] 3. Hugh Ward (1792-1843) m. 1816 Sarah Hedden (1795-1839). 
4. Joseph Hedden m. Martha Oliver (1760-1842). 
Joseph Hedden (1742-1833) served as a private, Middlesex County regiment, New Jersey troops. He was born in New York; died in Chester, N. J. 
Also No. 98121. 

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Mrs. Estella INGERSOLL Fox.
DAR ID Number: 105009 
Born in West Monroe, N. Y. 
Wife of Chauncey Dorne Fox. 
Descendant of Jacob Pulver, as follows: 
1. Jeremiah INGERSOLL (1818-80) m. 1840 Elizabeth D. Merritt (1820-97). 
2. John Merritt m. Dorothy Pulver. 
3. Jacob Pulver m. Catherine Brozee. 
Jacob Pulver (1754-1834) enlisted, 1777, under Capt. Peter Van Rensselaer, Col. James Livingston. In 1778 he hired James Banks as a substitute for $250. In 1820 his pension was allowed for service as private, New York Line. 
Also No. 57391. 

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Mrs. Zella D. Barnes Waite.
DAR ID Number: 105248 
Born in Howard City, Kans. 
Wife of William S. Waite. 
Descendant of Isaac Ross, as follows: 
1. John E. Barnes, Jr. (b. 1842), m. 1867 Malvan INGERSOLL (1830-95). 
2. John E. Barnes (1790-1870) m. 1841 Anna Ross (1808-68). 
3. Isaac Ross m. 1789 Elizabeth Pembroke. 
Isaac Ross (1760-1843) served, 1776-81, as private in the New Jersey Line under different commands. His widow received a pension for his service. He was born in New Jersey; died in South Bend, Ind. 

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Mrs. Eleanor Townsend Pennington.
DAR ID Number: 105436 
Born in Barnegat, N. J. 
Wife of Francis Athey Pennington. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Edwards, as follows: 
1. Paul Townsend (1811-58) m. 1833 Roxanna Steelman (1815-75). 
2. John INGERSOLL Steelman (1781-1839) m. 2nd 1804 Jemima Steelman (1784-1851). 
3. Daniel Steelman (1750-1823) m. 1777 Eleanor Edwards (1753-1833) (parents of John). 
4. Joseph Edwards m. 1752 Elizabeth INGERSOLL
Joseph Edwards (1730-82) was commissioned captain of the privateer “Luck and Fortune” of New Jersey; was also a member of the Committee of Safety. He was born in Cape May; died in Petersburg, N. J. 
Also No. 64241. 

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Mrs. Sarah Woodbridge Hitchcock.
DAR ID Number: 105496 
Born in Jay County, Ind. 
Wife of Birdsall INGERSOLL Hitchcock. 
Descendant of Col. Howell Woodbridge, as follows: 
1. Ebenezer Woodbridge (1814-88) m. 1840 Eliza Smith Ripley (1818-1907). 
2. Joseph Woodbridge (b. 1780) m. Anna Hollister. 
3. Howell Woodbridge m. 1778 Mary Plummer. 
Howell Woodbridge (1746-96) turned out on the Lexington Alarm; served at the Danbury raid and 1780 was promoted colonel of the 6th regiment. He was born and died in Glastonbury, Conn.

Also No. 80526. 

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Miss Esther Parsons.
DAR ID Number: 106195 
Born in Greeley, Colo. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Parsons, as follows: 
1. Edward Smith Parsons (b. 1863) m. 1889 Mary Augusta INGERSOLL (b. 1863). 
2. Charles Henry Parsons (1826-1905) m. 1850 Esther Rosetta Smith (1826-99). 
3. Jotham Parsons (1783-1860) m. 1808 Olive Greenleaf (1786-1875). 
4. Josiah Parsons m. 1773 Sarah Sewall (1750-1816). 
Josiah Parsons (1750-1807), in 1776, was at the battle of Bunker Hill, in Capt. Titus Salter's company, stationed at Piscataqua Harbor. Later he served as lieutenant and captain. He was born in York; died in Westport, Me. 
Also No. 50378. 

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Mrs. Elizabeth INGERSOLL Rhode.
DAR ID Number: 106718 
Born in Cripple Creek, Colo. 
Wife of Edwin H. Rhode. 
Descendant of David INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. Edward Reed INGERSOLL (b. 1865) m. 1891 Elizabeth Rexford (b. 1869). 
2. Ansel Bassett INGERSOLL (1837-97) m. 1857 Miranda Reed (1839-93). 
3. William INGERSOLL (1801-73) m. 1823 Semantha Bassett (1805-82). 
4. David INGERSOLL m. Sarah Parsons. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) was a private in the Massachusetts militia and was chairman of the Committee of Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Also No. 103804. 

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[p.288] Mrs. Maud E. Beckwith Goff.
DAR ID Number: 107888 
Born in Steuben, N. Y. 
Wife of Dr. A. P. Goff. 
Descendant of Peter INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. James Thompson Beckwith (1841-1909) m. 1864 Mary INGERSOLL Ireland 1845-1905). 
2. James Merritt Ireland (1816-92) m. Mary INGERSOLL (1820-52). 
3. Winthrop INGERSOLL (1785-1863) m. Fanny Hall (1777-1852). 
4. Moses INGERSOLL (1755-1834) m. Lavina Lee (1766-1845). 
5. Peter INGERSOLL m. Ann Leverhill. 
Peter INGERSOLL (1733-85) commanded a company, 1775, in Col. David Brewer's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Great Barrington, Mass. 
Also No. 48741. 

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Mrs. Edith INGERSOLL Bullen.
DAR ID Number: 108324 
Born in Lafayette, Ind. 
Wife of S. S. Bullen. 
Descendant of Asa Boynton, as follows: 
1. Joel Mapes INGERSOLL (b. 1857) m. 1882 Adele Remington (b. 1859). 
2. Benjamin F. INGERSOLL (1825-92) m. 1851 Maria Williams (b. 1823). 
3. George Williams (1794-1832) m. 1818 Lucy Boynton (1792-1883). 
4. Asa Boynton m. 1781 Mary Edmunds (b. 1762). 
Asa Boynton (1760-1837) served as private in Capt. Richard Peabody's company, Col. Edward Wigglesworth's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Rowley, Mass.; died in Haverhill, Ohio. 
Also No. 87177. 

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Mrs. Sarah Henry Clark Keys.
DAR ID Number: 110530 
Born in Newark, N. J. 
Wife of Alfred Keys. 
Descendant of Charles Pettit, as follows: 
1. J. S. Henry Clark (1849-1907) m. 1872 Mary E. Davenport (1852-1913). 
2. Samuel Adams Clark (1822-75) m. 1846 Sarah Henry (1822-1910). 
3. John Snowden Henry (1792-1834) m. Elizabeth INGERSOLL Bayard (1796-1881). 
4. Andrew Bayard (1761-1852) m. Sarah Pettit (1765-1850). 
5. Charles Pettit m. Sarah Reed. 
Charles Pettit (1737-1806) was assistant quartermaster general appointed by act of Continental Congress, 1778. He was born in New Jersey; died in Philadelphia. 

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Mrs. Lillian Sinclair Craig O'Neil.
DAR ID Number: 110660 
Born in Houston, Tex. 
Wife of Donald O'Neil. 
Descendant of Elisha Parks, as follows: 
1. William Sinclair Craig (b. 1859) m. 1890 Mattie Bookman (b. 1866). 
2. William S. Craig (d. 1859) m. 1854 Anna Parks (1834-62). 
3. Charles Parks (1795-1862) m. 1828 Maria Sage (1798-1862). 
4. Roland Parks (1756-1830) m. Sarah Morrison (1760-1855). 
5. Elisha Parks m. 2nd 1751 Mary INGERSOLL (1733-1820). 
Elisha Parks (1724-78) was a member of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Provincial Congresses. He served on committees to supply the army. He was born in Weston; died in Westfield, Mass. 
Also No. 89630. 

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Mrs. Rettie INGERSOLL Crowns.
DAR ID Number: 111639 
Born in Port Washington, Wis. 
Wife of George H. Crowns. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. John Briggs INGERSOLL (1816-81) m. 1840 Susan Ransom (1817-1902). 
2. John INGERSOLL, Jr. (1783-1870), m. 1815 Nancy Goit (1797-1853). 
3. John INGERSOLL (1758-1840) m. 1782 Martha Bull (1761-1831). 
John INGERSOLL (1758-1840) served several enlistments, 1778-83, as private, under different commands, Connecticut Line. In 1832 he applied for a pension. He was born in Old Bedford, Conn.; died in Richland, N. Y. 

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Mrs. Mabel INGERSOLL Miller.
DAR ID Number: 112247 
Born in Waupaca, Wis. 
Wife of Harry John Miller. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, Corp. William Wolcott and Capt. John Hall, as follows: 
1. Isaac Newton INGERSOLL (1837-94) m. 1866 Marietta Damon (b. 1847). 
2. Benjamin INGERSOLL (1804-64) m. 1825 Hannah Wolcott (1806-47); Charles Damon (1805-77) m. 1826 Sylvinia Sampson (1807-64). 
3. John INGERSOLL m. 1786 Martha Bull (1764-1834); William Wolcott m. 1776 Sarah Wheeler; Elisha Sampson (1773-1852) m. 1795 Sylvinia Hall (1776-1854). 
4. Silas Hall (1750-1835) m. 1770 Abigail — (1752-1821). 
5. John Hall m. 2nd 1749 Jemima (Kinney) Reed (1730-1807). 
John INGERSOLL (1758-1840) served as private in Captain Smith's company, Colonel Meigs' Connecticut regiment. He was born in Old Bedford, Conn.; died in Richland, N. Y. 
William Wolcott (1752-1834) served as corporal in 1st company, 5th regiment, New York troops. He was born in New York; died in Henderson, N. Y. 
John Hall (1723-77) was captain of militia in Castleton, Vt. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Castleton, Vt. 

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Mrs. Angeline Williams Cox.
DAR ID Number: 116658 
Born in Pardeeville, Wis. 
Wife of Amariah G. Cox. 
Descendant of Joseph Williams, Nathan Spicer, John King, John King, Jr., Nathan Spicer, Jr., and Amos Merrihew, as follows: 
1. Robert Morris Williams (b. 1850) m. 1868 America Angeline Smith (b. 1852). 
2. Morris Sibley Williams (1830-68) m. 1849 Phebe Clotilda King (1832-1912); Nathaniel Smith (1815-74) m. 1840 Angeline Spicer (1821-1901). 
3. Jeremiah Haxton King (1799-1875) m. 1825 Mary Merrihew (1806-60); Asa Spicer (1785-1871) m. 1810 Elizabeth Tobias (1791-1861); Ebenezer Williams (1794-1864) m. 1821 Mary Ingram INGERSOLL (1795-1875). 
4. John King, Jr. (1753-1841), m. 1784 Caroline Haxton (1757-1822); John Merrihew (1779-1863) m. 1799 Phebe Wright (1781-1843); Nathan Spicer, Jr., m. 1782 Catherine Philkins (1765-1863); Joseph Williams m. 1785 Jane Sibley (1766-1806). 
5. John King m. 1752 Elizabeth Fenner (1727-1808); Amos Merrihew m. 1762 Elizabeth Spooner (1738-98); Nathan Spicer m. 1st 1758 Leah — (1739-64). 
Joseph Williams (1757-1833) served as private in Col. Cornelius Van Veghten's regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in New York; died in Sangerfield, N. Y. 
Nathan Spicer (1735-1811) signed the Association Test. He was born in Pomfret, Conn.; died in Amenia, N. Y. 
Also No. 104235. 
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John King (1730-1808) commanded the 14th company, 1st regiment, Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born in North Bolton, Conn.; died in Mt. Washington, Mass.
Also No. 108502. 
John King, Jr. (1753-1841), was pensioned for service as private under Captains Spurr and Fosbury, Colonels King and Hickok, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Saybrook, Conn.; died in Chenango County, N. Y. 
Nathan Spicer, Jr. (1759-1843), served as private under Lieut. Abraham Ten Eyck, New York levies. He was born in Connecticut; died in Livingston County, N. Y. 
Amos Merrihew (1738-94) served as private under Captains Wilcox and Crandon, Colonels Freeman and Hathaway, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Nine Partners, N. Y. 

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[p.266] Mrs. Mary F. INGERSOLL Lantz.
DAR ID Number: 119857 
Born in Lafayette, N. J. 
Wife of John M. Lantz. 
Descendant of Joshua Case and of Daniel Predmore, as follows: 
1. Samuel INGERSOLL (1815-59) m. 1847 Mary A. Mains Strader (1814-61). 
2. Gilbert INGERSOLL (1774-1859) m. 1799 Elizabeth Predmore (1779-1853). 
3. Daniel Predmore (1760-1815) m. 1778 Sarah Elizabeth Case (1755-1821). 
4. Joshua Case m. Elizabeth Dickerson. 
Joshua Case (1722-77) served as private in Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Succasunna, N. J. 
Also No. 98741. 
Daniel Predmore (1760-1815) served as private in Sussex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Succasunna; died in Lafayette, N. J. 

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Mrs. Emma INGERSOLL Osborne.
DAR ID Number: 119858 
Born in Lafayette, N. J. 
Wife of Edwin F. Osborne. 
Descendant of Joshua Case and of Daniel Predmore, as follows: 
1. Samuel INGERSOLL (1815-59) m. 1847 Mary A. Mains Strader (1814-61). 
See No. 119857. 

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Miss Mary Hough.
DAR ID Number: 123140 
Born in Sussex County, N. J. 
[p.48] Descendant of Capt. Timothy Jayne, Joshua Case, Jacob Young and Daniel Predmore, as follows: 
1. Martin Evert Hough (1832-1909) m. 1856 Sarah A. Marvin (b. 1834). 
2. Timothy Hough (1800-81) m. 1829 Eliza INGERSOLL (1804-85); Cornelius Marvin (1810-42); m. 1834 Eliza Warden (1810-81). 
3. William Hough (1776-1849) m. 1797 Rebecca Jayne (1780-1861); Gilbert INGERSOLL (1774-1859) m. 1799 Elizabeth Predmore (1779-1853); Archibald Warden (1784-1853) m. 2d 1808 Amy Young (1789-1870). 
4. Timothy Jayne m. 1763 Sarah Allen (1744-1820); Daniel Predmore (1760-1815) m. 1778 P. Elizabeth Case (1755-1821); Jacob Young m. 1788 Hannah Martin. 
5. Joshua Case m. Elizabeth Dickerson. 
Timothy Jayne (1741-90) commanded a company in Kachlein's battalion of Hart's Flying Camp, Pennsylvania militia. He was taken prisoner during the Battle of Long Island while occupying the blockhouse with his company. He was born in Setauket; died in Ithaca, N. Y. 
Also No. 48026. 
Joshua Case (1722-77) served as a private in Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Succasunna, N. J. 
Daniel Predmore (1760-1815) served as a private in Sussex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Succasunna; died in Lafayette, N. J. 
Also No. 119857. 
Jacob Young was a private in Captain Johnson's company, Hunterdon County, New Jersey militia. He was born at sea, 1759; died in Sussex County, N. J. 
Also No. 115514. 

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Mrs. Kate E. Davis.
DAR ID Number: 123948 
Born in Falconer, N. Y. 
Wife of James W. Davis. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abbe, as follows: 
1. Samuel Ely (b. 1839) m. 1866 Victoria Mosher (b. 1847). 
2. Ephraim Mosher (1802-75) m. 1844 Harriet Abbey (1816-97). 
3. Henry Abbey (1787-1875) m. 1814 Eve INGERSOLL (d. 1857). 
4. Thomas Abbe, Jr. (b. 1764), m. 1787 Ruth Bush. 
5. Thomas Abbe m. 1749 Penelope Terry (d. 1817). 
Thomas Abbe (1731-1811) was a Minute Man at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company, 1777, retired, 1778. He was born and died in Enfield, Conn. 
Also No. 85331. 

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Mrs. Victoria Mosher Ely.
DAR ID Number: 123950 
Born in Poland, N. Y. 
Wife of Samuel Ely. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abbe, as follows: 
1. Ephraim Mosher (1802-75) m. 1844 Harriet Abbey (1816-97). 
2. Henry (Harry) Abbey (1787-1875) m. 1814 Eve INGERSOLL (d. 1857). 
See No. 123948. 

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Mrs. Catherine S. Hart Ensign.
DAR ID Number: 123951 
Born in Curtisville, Mass. 
Wife of William O. Ensign. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abbe, as follows: 
1. Thomas Hart (1805-70) m. 1839 Lornhamah Abbey (1815-89). 
2. Henry or (Harry) Abbey (1787-1875) m. 1814 Eve INGERSOLL (d. 1857). 
See No. 123948. 

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Miss Gertrude E. Mosher.
DAR ID Number: 123953 
Born in Falconer, N. Y. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abbe, as follows: 
1. Stiles Burt Mosher (b. 1851) m. 1879 Martha M. Cook (1859-1908). 
2. Ephraim Mosher (1802-75) m. 1844 Harriet Lucretia Abbey (1816-97). 
3. Henry Abbey (1787-1875) m. 1814 Eve INGERSOLL (d. 1857). 
See No. 123948. 

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Miss Hattie M. Chambers.
DAR ID Number: 125302 
Born in Newark, N. J. 
Descendant of Joshua Case, Daniel Pridmore (Predmore), and Asa 
Meacham, as follows: 
1. Richard L. Chambers (1828-97) m. 1852 Harriet A. Meacham (1831-1904). 
2. Nathan Truman Meacham (1797-1875) m. 1820 Nancy INGERSOLL (1802-77). 
3. Gilbert INGERSOLL (1774-1859) m. 1799 Elizabeth Pridmore (1779-1853); Asa Meacham m. 1778 Sarah Truman (1757-1820). 
4. Daniel Pridmore m. 1778 Sarah Elizabeth Case (1755-1821). 
5. Joshua Case m. Elizabeth Dickerson. 
Daniel Pridmore (Predmore) (1760-1815) served as private in Sussex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Succasunna; died in Lafayette, N. J. 
Joshua Case (1722-77) served as private in Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Succasunna, N. J. 
Also No. 119858. 
Asa Meacham (1756-1820) served as private and marched on the Lexington Alarm from Enfield, Conn. He was born and died in Enfield, Conn. 

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Miss Annie Louise Craig.
DAR ID Number: 127159 
Born in Navasota, Tex. 
Descendant of Elisha Parks and of Epaphras Sage, as follows: 
1. William Sinclair Craig (b. 1859) m. 1890 Mattie Bookman (b. 1866). 
2. William S. Craig (d. 1859) m. 1854 Anna G. Parks (1834-62). 
3. Charles Parks (1795-1862) m. 1828 Maria Sage (1798-1862). 
4. Roland Parks (1756-1830) m. Sarah Morrison Chipman (1766-1855); Epaphras Sage m. 1779 Elizabeth Wells Ramey (b. 1757). 
5. Elisha Parks m. 2d 1751 Mary INGERSOLL (1733-1820). 
Elisha Parks (1724-78) was a member of the 1st, 2d and 3d Provincial Congresses. He served on committees to supply the army. He was born and died in Westfield, Mass. 
Also No. 110660. 
Epaphras Sage (1757-1834) served as private under Captain Shepard, Colonel Talcott, Connecticut troops. He was born and died in Middletown, Conn. 

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Miss Louise Lovell.
DAR ID Number: 148267 
Born in Boston, Mass. 
Descendant of Obadiah Lovell, Josiah Lovell, Lieut. Elisha Wheeler, Israel Wheeler, Corp. Benjamin Smith, Daniel Mitchell, John Lewis, Zachariah Maynard and Abel Taylor, as follows: 
1. Benjamin M. Lovell (1832-1920) m. 1866 Clara J. Wheeler (1836-1905). 
2. Samuel Lovell (1791-1839) m. 1814 Sarah Hobart Mitchell (1791-1861); William Wheeler (1806-65) m. 1832 Sarah J. Smith (1815-86). 
3. Josiah Lovell m. 1778 Lydia Vining (b. 1759); Elisha Wheeler (1780-1852) m. 2d 1805 Betsey Chapman (b. 1785); Elisha Smith (1786-1850) m. 1807 Clarissa Parks (1790-1836); Daniel Mitchell m. 1773 Mary Lewis (1752-1840). 
4. Obadiah Lovell m. 1755 Ruth Beal (1734-1805); Israel Wheeler m. 1st 1768 Lucy INGERSOLL (d. 1785); Jedidiah Smith (1765-1831) m. 1786 Esther Taylor (1753-1831); John Lewis m. 1st 1746 Mary Howland Mitchell (1723-94). 
5. Elisha Wheeler m. 1731 Mary Loring (1716-1801); Benjamin Smith m. 1761 Lucy Maynard (1741-1816); Abel Taylor m. Martha Conant (1733-1811). 
6. Zachariah Maynard m. 1st 1738 Sybilla Brigham (1718-78). 
Obadiah Lovell (1729-1810) served as private in Capt. Edward Cobb's company, Col. Edward Mitchell's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Weymouth; died in Abington, Mass. 
Josiah Lovell served as private in Capt. Jacob Goold's company, Col. John Greaton's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1757, in Abington, Mass.; died in Maine. 
Elisha Wheeler (1710-85) was lientenant in Capt. Moses Stone's company, Col. Elijah Howe's regiment, on the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Sudbury, Mass. 
Also No. 119020. 
Israel Wheeler (1745-1830) served as private in the Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Sudbury, Mass. 
Benjamin Smith (1741-1819) served as corporal at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Aaron Haynes. He was born and died in Sudbury, Mass. 
Also No. 126665. 
Daniel Mitchell (1744-95) enlisted, 1779, as private in Capt. John Gray's company, Col. Jonathan Mitchell's regiment, in the Penobscot expedition. He was born and died in North Yarmouth, Me. 
Also No. 119164. 
[p.81] John Lewis (1717-1803) was delegate to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. He was born in Hingham, Mass.; died in North Yarmouth, Me. 
Zachariah Maynard served as private in Capt. Asahel Wheeler's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Sudbury, Mass. 
Abel Taylor was a private at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. William Whitcomb's company, Col. James Prescott's regiment; also served under Captains Brooks and Munroe, Colonels Dike and Sprout, Massachusetts troops. He was born, 1730, in Concord, Mass. 

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Mrs. Minnie Louise Henrickson Albright.
DAR ID Number: 148940 
Born in Barrington, Ill. 
Wife of William George Albright. 
Descendant of Col. John Rosenkrans, as follows: 
1. Marcus D. Hendrickson (b. 1841) m. 1863 Marie Louise Rosenkrans (1842-1914). 
2. Horace Rosenkrans (1810-93) m. 1838 Maria INGERSOLL (1816-91). 
3. Asa Rosenkrans (1785-1844) m. 1st 1809 Jane Cole (1789-1877). 
4. John Rosenkrans, Jr. (b. 1752), m. 1777 Elizabeth Van Nest. 
5. John Rosenkrans m. 1st 1751 Margaret DeWitt (b. 1731). 
John Rosenkrans (1724-86) served as colonel of the New Jersey militia. He was born in Rochester, N. Y.; died in Walpack, N. J. 
Also No. 143890. 

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Mrs. Effie Smith Ryon.
DAR ID Number: 154939 
Born in Lawrenceville, Pa. 
Wife of Wallace Herbert Ryon. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Smith, as follows: 
1. William Sniffin Smith (b. 1847) m. 1878 Annie Wilson (b. 1857). 
2. Joseph Morton Smith (d. 1858) m. 1842 Deborah INGERSOLL (1820-79). 
3. Joseph Smith m. Sarah Smith (b. 1769). 
4. Amos Smith m. Deborah Knapp (parents of Sarah). 
[p.305] Amos Smith (1747-1823) served as sergeant and was captain of the 9th company, Connecticut militia. He was born in Connecticut; died in Roxbury, Conn. 
Also No. 151954. 

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Mrs. Ruth Hewitt Magill.
DAR ID Number: 156380 
Born in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Wife of Lyman Beecher Magill. 
Descendant of Anthony Collamer, Abner West, William INGERSOLL, Moses INGERSOLL, William Burnham and Jonathan Chamberlain, as follows: 
[p.121] 1. Adelbert Hewitt (b. 1846) m. 1877 Harriet INGERSOLL (b. 1854). 
2. Clark Hewitt (1816-72) m. 1839 Nancy Burnham (1817-79); Samuel INGERSOLL (1813-78) m. 1839 Eliza Chamberlain (1817-86). 
3. William Burnham (1788-1871) m. 1813 Phoebe Harris (1795-1873); David Chamberlain (1776-1860) m. 1801 Sally West (1777-1862); John C. INGERSOLL (1780-1849) m. 1808 Sally Squire (b. 1781). 
4. William Burnham m. 1785 Marcy Collamer (1762-1845); Abner West m. 1760 Mary Hatch (1742-1829); Moses INGERSOLL m. Eunice West (1745-95); Jonathan Chamberlain m. 1769 Rachel Ford (1752-1842). 
5. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1804); Anthony Collamer m. 1757 Mercy Barker. 
Anthony Collamer (1735-1819) served as a private in Capt. William Turner's company of minute men, Col. Aaron Willard's Mass. regiment, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Scituate, Mass.; died in Malta, N. Y. 
Also No. 64341. 
Abner West (1737-1828) served as private in Capt. Aaron Rowley's company, Col. John Brown's regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Richmond, Mass.
Also No. 142775. 
William INGERSOLL was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety of Lee, Mass., where in 1815, he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also No. 130414. 
Moses INGERSOLL (1748-1813) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Colonel Ashley. He was born in Great Barrington; died in Lee, Mass. 
William Burnham (1760-1822) was a private in the 1st regiment, New York troops, under Col. Goose Van Schaick, and in the 2nd regiment under Col. Philip Van Cortland. He was born in Cumberland, Nova Scotia; died in Schenectady, N. Y. 
Also No. 89433. 
Jonathan Chamberlain (1747-1823) was private in a regiment of foot under Capt. James Spencer, organized prior to the Revolution, in Columbia County, N. Y. He was born in Colchester, Conn.; died in Austerlitz, N. Y. 
Also No. 87642. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 161
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Mrs. Gertrude Riddiford Chalmers.
DAR ID Number: 160456 
Born in New Milford, Conn. 
Wife of William James Chalmers. 
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Yale, William INGERSOLL, David INGERSOLL and Thomas Tracy, as follows: 
1. Charles Eaton Riddiford (b. 1859) m. 1887 Sarah Lucy Ives (b. 1865). 
2. Henry Ives (1830-1904) m. 1857 Lucy Shepherd Yale (1831-1911). 
3. Josiah Yale, Jr. (1796-1878), m. 1818 Lucy INGERSOLL (1799-1836). 
4. Josiah Yale m. 1776 Ruth Tracy (1757-1851); David INGERSOLL m. 1781 Sarah Parsons (1760-1837). 
5. William INGERSOLL m. 1746 Lydia INGERSOLL (1727-1804); Thomas Tracy m. 1754 Lucy Sprague (1735-1826). 
Josiah Yale (1752-1822) commanded a company in the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Meriden, Conn.; died in Lee, Mass. 
Also No. 134612. 
William INGERSOLL (1723-1815) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety of Lee, Mass., where he died. He was born in Springfield, Mass. 
Also No. 156380. 
David INGERSOLL (1759-1839) served as private in Capt. Job Woodbridge's company, Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Lee, Mass. 
[p.151] Thomas Tracy (1724-77) served as private in Capt. Aaron Rowley's company, Berkshire County, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Preston, Conn.; died in Lenox, Mass. 
Also No. 150344. 

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
page 182
Mrs. Nurma Ortland Huesman.
DAR ID Number: 161586 
Born in Benton Harbor, Mich. 
Wife of Ralph R. Huesman. 
Descendant of Isaac Ross, as follows: 
1. Charles Ortland (b. 1872) m. 1893 Zella D. Barnes (b. 1874). 
2. John E. Barnes (1842-1917) m. 1867 Maloan INGERSOLL (1830-95). 
[p.182] 3. John Barnes (1790-1870) m. 1841 Anna Ross (1808-68). 
4. Isaac Ross m. 1789 Elizabeth Pembroke. 
Isaac Ross (1760-1843) served as private, 1776-81, in the New Jersey Line under Captains Crane and Dickinson. His widow received a pension. He was born in New Jersey; died in South Bend, Ind. 
Also No. 132019. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
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Mrs. Edythe INGERSOLL Gurnee.
DAR ID Number: 161942 
Born in New York City. 
Wife of Thomas Collier Gurnee. 
Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Muller (Miller), as follows: 
1. Thomas A. INGERSOLL (1854-97) m. 1887 Fannie S. Landon (b. 1866). 
2. Eli T. Landon (b. 1839) m. 1865 Mary A. Ten Broeck (b. 1842). 
3. Derrick W. Ten Broeck (1809-80) m. 1838 Charlotte A. Stratton (1819-1910). 
4. John I. Ten Broeck (1764-1854) m. 1785 (Sophia) Lovicy Muller (1765-1824). 
5. Jeremiah Muller m. 1764 Jonacke (Sarah) Hogebloom. 
Jeremiah Muller (1741-1824) served as lieutenant and captain in the New York militia, 1776. He was born and died in Claverack, N. Y. 
Also No. 86329. 

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[p.287] Mrs. Ruth INGERSOLL Gurnee.
DAR ID Number: 161943 
Born in New York City. 
Wife of Seth Harrison Gurnee. 
Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Muller (Miller) as follows: 
1. Thomas A. INGERSOLL (1854-97) m. 1887 Fannie S. Landon (b. 1866). 
See No. 161942. 

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Mrs. Francesca Redding Borland.
DAR ID Number: 162001 
Born in Boston, Mass. 
Wife of Frank Barlowe Borland. 
Descendant of Col. Joseph Foster, as follows: 
1. William Foster Redding (1827-76) m. 1859 Emilie K. Hurxthal (1834-1916). 
2. Eben Hough Redding (1800-93) m. 1824 Mary Frances Foster (1802-86). 
3. Joseph Foster, Jr. (1764-1816), m. 1782 Rebecca INGERSOLL (1759-1820). 
4. Joseph Foster m. 1756 Lydia Giddings (1732-84). 
Joseph Foster (1730-1804) was colonel of Massachusetts troops, 1775-76. He was born in Ipswich; died in Gloucester, Mass. 
Also No. 133971. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 164
page 112
Miss Mildred Josephine Humphreys.
DAR ID Number: 163359 
Born in Madison, Maine. 
Descendant of John Collis, Solomon Gray, Lieut. George Griswold, George Griswold, Jr., Sergt. Stephen Converse and Jethro Locke, as follows: 
1. Clifton S. Humphreys (b. 1868) m. 1894 Grace Alida Collis (b. 1871). 
2. George Humphreys (1830-1902) m. 1855 Margaret P. Gray (1835-1916); Marcus Morton Collis (1843-1911) m. 1870 Josephine Griswold (1848-84). 
[p.112] 3. Luther Collis (1811-96) m. 1837 Delina Converse (1811-60); William Gray (1798-1881) m. 1819 Mary Pitman Rand (1804-73); George Dickson Griswold m. 1826 Charlotte Blanchard (1808-69). 
4. Jonathan Collis (1791-1858) m. 1810 Phebe Parker (1787-1864); Solomon Gray m. 1784 Mary Locke (1760-1828); George Griswold, Jr., m. Eunice INGERSOLL (1769-1836); Stephen Converse, Jr. (1775-1864), m. Nellie Whipple (1773-1856). 
5. John Collis m. 1769 Lois Smith; George Griswold m. 1st 1759 Mary Hayden (1740-88); Stephen Converse m. 1st 1768 Zurviah Sanger (1744-77); Jethro Locke m. 1748 Hannah Rand (1729-1831). 
John Collis enlisted, 1775, as a private under Capt. Amos Walbridge in Col. David Brewer's 9th regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Boston; died in Warren, Mass. 
Solomon Gray (1760-1824) received a pension for service as private in the New Hampshire troops under Col. George Reid. He was born in Barrington; died in Strafford, N. H. 
Also No. 132040. 
George Griswold (1737-1823) served as lieutenant in Colonel Mott's battalion, 1776, raised to re-enforce the Continental Army in the northern department, stationed at Ticonderoga. He was born and died in Poquonock, Conn. 
George Griswold, Jr., served as private in the 8th company, 1st regiment of militia from Windsor, Conn., where he was born. He died, 1832, in Turin, Lewis County, N. Y. 
Stephen Converse (1745-1823) served as 1st sergeant and orderly sergeant in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Converse and Chase, Colonels Ely, Enos and Sparhawk. In 1837 his widow received a pension. He was born in Thompson; died in Stafford, Conn. 
Also No. 77521. 
Jethro Locke (1727-1807) was a patriot and signer of the Association Test in Barrington, N. H. He was born in Rye, N. H. 
Also No. 123876. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 164
page 278
Mrs. Kate Joy Gray.
DAR ID Number: 163847 
Born in Muscatine County, Iowa. 
Wife of Robert Homer Gray. 
Descendant of David Joy, as follows: 
1. William Henry Gray (1819-76) m. 1843 Marion W. INGERSOLL (1824-70). 
2. Ira Joy (1792-1873) m. 1815 Clarissa Ludlow (d. 1873). 
3. David Joy m. 1776 Hannah Partridge (1757-1830). 
David Joy (1754-1813) enlisted, 1775, as private in Capt. Nathaniel Tuttle's company, Col. Charles Webb's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Rehoboth, Mass.; died in Fabius, N. Y. 
Also No. 105594. 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 165
page 258
Mrs. Emma Moss Bower.
DAR ID Number: 164835 
Born in Mecklenburg, N. Y. 
Wife of Arthur L. Bower. 
Descendant of John INGERSOLL, as follows: 
1. John W. Moss (1843-1916) m. 1866 Roxie R. Hill (1844-1919). 
2. John Moss (1819-81) m. 1841 Emily INGERSOLL (1816-1909). 
3. John INGERSOLL m. 2d Mary Terrill. 
John INGERSOLL (1764-1839) received a pension, 1818, for service as private in the New York militia. He was born in Westchester County; died in Sterling, N. Y. 
Also No. 132467. 

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