I found a listing of the descendants of Lt. Colonel Abraham Bonnell in an old magazine. It did not supply references or sources of information. There was a colorful illustration of a family crest or heraldic shield with a blue lion rampant, surrounded by a number of blue crosses.
Americana (American Historical Magazine), volume XVIII, January 1924 - December 1924, The American Historical Society, New York, 1924, pages 466-468.
The following is from my notes and is not the complete article as the book was in fragile condition and I was not allowed to photocopy it. All comments in square brackets, [ ], are by me and are not part of the original article.
Colonel Abraham BONNELL, born August 4, 1732, died November 1797, wed Elizabeth FOSTER, born May 17, 1743, died June 27, 1822.
Issue: 1. Mary V., born December 1760, died same year. 2. John, born May 16, 1767; married Zemina VAN SYCLE [sic, this could be Jemima]. 3. Jeremiah, born January 31, 1763, died same year. 4. Colonel Clement du Mont, of whom further. 5. Alexander, born January 16, 1768, married Catherine MATTISON. 6. Newell, born April 25, 1770; married J. GODLEY. 7. Capt. Charles, born December 13, 1775; married, October 24, 1818, Deborah LEE. 8. Abraham, married December 20, 1797, Catherine RHEA.
(II) Colonel Clement du Mont BONNELL, son of Colonel Abraham and Elizabeth (FOSTER) BONNELL, was born January 4, 1776, and died January 24, 1836. He married Rachel WOLVERTON, born April 17, 1766, died February 16, 1836. The WOLVERTON family traces in New Jersey to Charles WOLVERTON, who, on August 20, 1693, purchased one hundred acres of unsurveyed land in Burlington county in 1716 moving to Amwell, Hunterdon county, New Jersey, serving as a member of the Supreme Court in 1721. . . [Rachel WOLVERTON, great-granddaughter of Charles, is mentioned on page 39 of "The Wolverton Family, 1693 - 1850 and Beyond" by David A. Macdonald and Nancy N. McAdams, Penobscot Press, 2001. The authors refer to "William Bunnell and his Descendants" by Ruth Cost Duncan, Amundsen Publishing Company, Decorah, IA, in which the will of Clement DuMont Bonnell is quoted.]
Issue of Colonel Clement du Mont BONNELL and Rachel (WOLVERTON) BONNELL: 1. Mary, born October 7, 1787; married Joseph BOULBY [also spelled Bowlby], a non-commissioned officer of the War of 1812; moved to Sharpsville, Tipton county, Indiana. [Other records indicate that Mary BONNELL BOWLBY died February 6, 1852 and is buried in Richland Cemetery, Rush county, IN]. The BOULBY family now have the family portrait of Rachel (WOLVERTON) BONNELL. 2. Elizabeth, married, February 16, 1812, Daniel CARHART, of Virginia, born July 3, 1789, died April 20, 1863. 3. Abraham, of whom further. 4. William C. 5. Charles W. 6. Rachel.
(III) Abraham (2) BONNELL, son of Clement du Mont and Rachel (WOLVERTON) BONNELL, was born September 14, 1795, and died January 4, 1859. He married (first) Lydia Hull BEAVERS. He married (second) April 20, 1843, Sarah LUSK, born September 5, 1826, died November 21, 1888. [Other sources indicate she was daughter of James LUSK and Catherine APGAR.]
Issue by first wife: 1. Catherine, married Peter BARNES, of Reading, Pennsylvania. 2. Rachel Ann, born August 13, 1823; married October 22, 1846, Senator Eli BOSSENBURG. [Could be BOSSENBURY, my handwriting leaves something to be desired here.] 3. William M., born September 8, 1825; married Margaret POTTER. 4. Sarah, married, September 18, 1851, Benjamin SHALENBURGER. 5. Emaline.
Issue (by second wife): 6. James, born April 7, 1844; married (first) Mary HENRY; (second) Mary ARGYLE. 7. Catherine, born December 25, 1845; married James KELLY. 8. Mary L., born November 21, 1847; married Lyman COLE. [Other sources indicate they have a child, Gertrude Isabel COLE.] 9. E. Jane, born February 5, 1851; married Robert T. [Thomas] WATTS. [child: Addie WATTS] 10. Joseph W., of whom further. 11. Susan R., born December 31, 1858; married (first) Edward CHART; (second) Henry STODDARD.
(IV) Joseph W. BONNELL, son of Abraham (2) and Sarah (LUSK) BONNELL, born August 5, 1854, and his wife Mary, were the parents of Florence E. BONNELL, who married Jacob Gray KAMM. [born August 24, 1888; married at the First Presbyterian Church, Portland, Oregon, September 17, 1914, Florence E. BONNELL. See the genealogy of the KAMM family in the preceding pages of the Americana article. Jacob KAMM's father was an immigrant from Switzerland, of some importance in the Portland area.]