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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9page 201
Mrs. Alice Morse Earle.DAR ID Number: 8538 Born in Massachusetts. Wife of Henry Earle. Descendant of Hon. Richard Heard, Ens. Reuben Morse, Capt. Josiah Hoar and Lieut. Jonathan Hoar, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Edwin Morse and Abigail Mason Clay Goodhue, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Morse and Betsey Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hoar and Sarah Heard, his wife; Reuben Morse and Abigail Mason, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Heard and Sarah Fiske, his wife; Josiah Hoar and Mary Walker, his wife. Richard Heard represented Middlesex county in the first Provincial Congress. He served as a minute man at Lexington and Bunker Hill. He died at Sudbury in 1792. Reuben Morse was ensign at the battle of Bennington. Josiah Hoar, who had fought in the early wars, served in the militia until his death in 1779. Jonathan Hoar turned out at the Lexington Alarm and was lieutenant in the Ticonderoga campaign.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15page 75
Mrs. Mary Jane Bemis Wright.DAR ID Number: 14203 Born in New Hampshire. Wife of Leonard Wright. Descendant of Lieut. James Brewer, of New Hampshire. Daughter of Calvin Bemis and Deborah Brewer, his wife. Granddaughter of Asa Brewer (1767-1836) and Deborah Sargent, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of James Brewer and Mary Hoar, his wife. James Brewer, (1746-1832), enlisted, 1775, in Col. James Reed's regiment, and 1777 served under Capt. James Lewis and Col. Enoch Hale to reinforce the garrison at Ticonderoga. He was born in England and died at Swanzey, N. H.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15page 265
Mrs. Elsie M. Horr Lathrop.DAR ID Number: 14714 Born in Massachusetts. Wife of James W. Lathrop. Descendant of John Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of George E. Horr and Elsie M. Ellis, his wife. Granddaughter of Luther Horr and Ruth Rhodes, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph (Hoar) and Sophia Bigelow, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hoar and Elizabeth Coolidge, his wife. John Hoar (1707-86), who had served in the early wars, was a selectman of Lexington when the Revolution began. He was a private soldier in the Lincoln company that met the enemy at the Concord Bridge.

Mrs. Ethel J. Gurney Hutchinson.
DAR ID Number: 155302
Born in Chelsea, Mass.
Wife of Benjamin P. Hutchinson.
Descendant of Thomas Wellman, Corp. Moses Wilder, Thomas Wellington, Capt. Thomas Wellington, Jr., Jonathan Wellington, Joshua Garfield, William Richardson, Daniel Hoar, Corp. Stephen Hoar and Capt. John Joslin, as follows:
1. George B. Gurney (1844-1919) m. 1872 Adelaide Wilder (1849-1919).
2. John Emory Wilder (1821-59) m. 1848 Adelaide E. Chipman (1830-1914); George Gurney (1811-62) m. 1837 Almira Richardson (1814-94).
3. John Warren Wilder (1791-1869) m. 1820 Betsey Wellington (b. 1797); Samuel Richardson, Jr. (1787-1842) m. 1813 Hannah Hoar (1792-1882); Benjamin J. Gurney (1768-1835) m. 1807 Hannah Wellman (1779-1865).
4. John Wilder (1765-1852) m. 1792 Sarah Whipple (1769-1815); Jonathan Wellington m. 1783 Anna Garfield (1761-1834); Samuel Richardson (1760-1814) m. 1784 Lucy Myrick (1766-1850); Stephen Hoar m. 1780 Hannah Wood (1759-1830); Thomas Wellman m. 1769 Martha Follet.
5. Moses Wilder m. 1757 Submit Frost (1737-72); Thomas Wellington, Jr. m. [p.96] 1759 Elizabeth Dix (1731-1806); Joshua Garfield m. 1754 Ruth Hammoud (b. 1734); William Richardson m. 1754 Esther Joslin (1734-1814); Daniel Hoar m. 1743 Rebecca Brooks (1708-64).
6. Thomas Wellington m. 1734 Margaret Stone (1718-1800); John Joslin m. 1733 Lucy Wilder.
Thomas Wellman (1742-1818) served as a private under Captains Bancroft and Buffington, Colonel Johnson. He was born in Lynnfield; died in Charlestown, Mass.
Moses Wilder (1736-1814) served as corporal in Capt. Joseph White's company, Col. Asa Whitcomb's Massachusetts regiment at the Lexington Alarm. He died in Lancaster, Mass.
Also No. 86366.
Thomas Wellington (1714-83) served on the Committee of Safety. He was born in Waltham; died in Watertown, Mass.
Also No. 88018.
Thomas Wellington, Jr. (1735-1818), served as lieutenant and captain in Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment at Ticonderoga. He was born in Waltham; died in Watertown, Mass.
Also No. 141235.
Jonathan Wellington (1760-1810) served as drummer in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Whiting and Welling, Colonels Whitcomb and Wiggleworth. He was born in Lexington; died in Boston, Mass.
Joshua Garfield (1726-95) served as private in Capt. Abraham Pierce's company which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Waltham, Mass.
William Richardson (1731-1814) served as private in Capt. Joseph White and Andrew Haskell's companies and Cols. Asa Whitcomb's and Thomas Marshall's regiments, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Woburn; died in Princeton, Mass.
Also No. 147360.
Daniel Hoar served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Dike and Buttrick. He was born, 1713, in Concord; died in Westminster, Mass.
Stephen Hoar (1758-1810) served as corporal in a company of minute men at the Bennington Alarm under Capt. Elisha Jackson. He was born and died in Westminster, Mass.
Also No. 149986.
John Joslin (1710-88) served as captain in Col. John Whitcomb's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Massachusetts.
Also No. 148686.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18page 27
Mrs. Alice Clary Earle Hyde.DAR ID Number: 17065 Born in Kings County, New York. Wife of Clarence Reginald Hyde. Descendant of Ensign Reuben Morse, of New Hampshire. Daughter of Henry Earle and Alice Morse, his wife. Granddaughter of Edwin Morse and Abigail Mason Clary Goodhue, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Morse and Betsey Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Morse and Abigail Mason, his wife. Reuben Morse, (1742-1810), served as ensign in Capt. Salmon Stone's company, Stark's brigade, at Bennington and Stillwater. He was one of the State Committee to settle war claims. He was born in Dublin, N. H., where he died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20page 107
Miss Frances Clary Morse.DAR ID Number: 19288 Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. Descendant of Ens. Reuben Morse, of New Hampshire. Daughter of Edwin Morse and Abigail Mason Clary Goodhue, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Morse and Betsey Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Morse and Abigail Mason, his wife. Rueben Morse, (1742-1810), served as ensign in Starks' brigade at Bennington and Stillwater. He was one of the State committee to settle war claims, 1782. He was born and died in Dublin, N. H. Also Nos. 8538, 17065.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20page 109
Mrs. Harriet Haynes Wright Osborne.DAR ID Number: 19294 Born in Rouses Point, New York. Wife of Rev. W. H. Osborne. Descendant of John Hoar and of Lieut. Joshua Haynes, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Charles Barker Wright and Mary Harriet Hoar Haynes, his wife. Granddaughter of Joshua Haynes and Harriet Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Haynes and Olive Wheeler, his wife; Joseph Hoar and Mary Piper Lee, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Haynes and Susanna, his wife; John Hoar and Elizabeth Coolidge, his wife. John Hoar, (1707-86), who had served in the early wars, was a minute man that met the enemy at Concord Bridge. He was born in Lexington; died in Lincoln. Also No. 14714. Joshua Haynes, (1732-1815), was sergeant in Capt. Aaron Haynes' company at the Lexington Alarm and subsequently served as lieutenant. He was born and died in Sudbury.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20page 122
Mrs. H. Cora Phillips Bullard.DAR ID Number: 19330 Born in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Wife of Edwin M. Bullard. Descendant of Timothy Hoar, Blaney Phillips and Jonathan Sawin, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Francis Phillips and Harriet Maria Hoar, his wife. Granddaughter of Leonard Hoar and Lucinda Sawin, his wife; Joshua Phillips and Betsey Derby, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt, his wife; Luther Sawin and Eunice Gilbert, his wife; Blaney Phillips and Martha (or Sarah) Carver, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Sawin and Mary Whitney, his wife; Blaney Phillips and Christian Wadsworth, his wife. Timothy Hoar, (1759-1832), served as matross in Craft's artillery and as private under different commands. He was born in Concord; died in Westminster. [p.122] Jonathan Sawin, (1735-1822), was a private in Capt. Noah Miles' company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Watertown; died in Westminster, Mass. Blaney Phillips, (1712-1800), although lame, marched from Duxbury under Capt. Bradford at the Lexington Alarm.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21page 163
[p.163] Mrs. Louisa Hoar Harris.DAR ID Number: 20465 Born in Westminster, Massachusetts. Wife of George Harris. Descendant of Timothy Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt, his wife. Timothy Hoar, (1759-1832), served as matross in Craft's artillery and as private under different commands. He was born in Concord and died in Westminster.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21page 302
Mrs. Gertrude Strong Vaill.DAR ID Number: 20860 Born in Winchester, Connecticut. Wife of Robinson L. Vaill. Descendant of Deacon Joseph Hoar, Sr., Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Noah Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Clark Strong and Juliette Lewis, his wife. Granddaughter of David Lewis and Annette Smith, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Smith and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock (b. 1743), his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar and Deborah Colton, his wife, m. 1736; Noah Hitchcock and Mary (d. 1792), his wife. Joseph Hoar, (1707-97), was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, and also served in the militia. Also. No. 1717. Joseph Hoar, Jr., (1740-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety. He entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant at the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield. Noah Hitchcock, (1715-99), served from Brimfield in the militia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22page 9
Mrs. Almira J. Prouty.DAR ID Number: 21027 Born in Boston, Massachusetts. Wife of Lorenzo Prouty. Descendant of Corp. Stephen Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of George Gurney and Almira Richardson, his wife. Granddaughter of Samuel Richardson and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hoar and Rebecca Wood, his wife, m. 1780. Stephen Hoar, (1758-1810), served as corporal in a company of minute men at the Bennington Alarm under Capt. Elisha Jackson. He was born and died in Westminster.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22page 211
Mrs. Lucy Bancroft Page.DAR ID Number: 21570 Born in Pepperell, Massachusetts. Wife of Walter B. Page. Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Fletcher, Capt. Edmund Bancroft, Jonas Smith, John Hoar and Leonard Hoar, all of Massachusetts. [p.211] Daughter of George Thomas Bancroft and Candace W. Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of Luther Bancroft and Anna Fletcher, his wife; Samuel Smith and Eunice Hoar, his second wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Bancroft and Rachel Howard Barron, his second wife; Benjamin Fletcher and Anna Spalding, his wife; Jonas Smith and Susanna Bruce, his wife, m. 1777; Leonard Hoar and Eunice Wheeler, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hoar and Elizabeth Coolidge, his wife. Benjamin Fletcher, (1746-1823), served as lieutenant and captain in the Middlesex county militia. He was born and died in Chelmsford. Edmund Bancroft, (1726-1805), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Pepperell. Also Nos. 9125, 19820. Jonas Smith, (1754-1845), served as a private in the militia. He is buried in Spring Garden cemetery, Marlboro. Also No. 20409. John Hoar, (1707-86), was a patriot who wrote an account of the battle of Lexington. He was born and died in Lincoln. Leonard Hoar, (1758-1842), served several enlistments under different commands as a private in the Middlesex county militia. He was born and died in Lincoln.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22page 299
Mrs. Mary French Abbott Babbitt.DAR ID Number: 21815 Born in Seabrook, New Hampshire. Wife of Rev. James Howard Babbitt. Descendant of Capt. Samuel Farrar, Jr., Deacon Samuel Farrar, Rev. Jonathan French, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Sereno Timothy Abbott and Sarah French, his wife. Granddaughter of Jonathan French and Rebecca Farrar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan French and Abigail Richards, his wife; Samuel Farrar, Jr., and Mercy Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Farrar and Lydia Barrett. Samuel Farrar, (1709-83), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and of the first Provincial Congress. He was a minute man from Concord, where he was born and died. Also Nos. 1074, 19313. Samuel Farrar, Jr., (1737-1829), commanded a company in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Concord; died in Lincoln, Mass. Jonathan French, (1740-1809), who was a clergyman, served as volunteer surgeon at Bunker Hill.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23page 35
Mrs. Harriet Augusta Adams.DAR ID Number: 22106 Born in Boston, Massachusetts. Wife of John Quincy Adams. Descendant of Corp. Stephen Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of George Forsyth and Rebecca Brown Richardson, his wife. Granddaughter of Samuel Richardson and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Hoar and Rebecca Wood, his wife. Stephen Hoar, (1758-1810), served as corporal of minute men. He was born in Westminster, where he died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 23page 283
Miss Anna Trible Adams.DAR ID Number: 22811 Born in Alton, Illinois. Descendant of Oliver Adams, Daniel Richards, Ephraim Richmond and Eldad Hitchcock, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of William Richard Adams and Ellen Douglas Richmond, his wife. Granddaughter of Marshall Adams (1801-85) and Sarah Grafton Richards, his wife, m. 1826; Horace Lock Richmond and Phoebe Eaton, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Adams, Jr., (1767-1813) and Betsey Marshall, his wife; Thaddeus Richards and Elizabeth Richardson, his wife; Elias Richmond and Lucy Chaffee, his wife; Asa Eaton and Melinda Hitchcock, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Adams and Rachel Proctor, his wife, m. 1756; Daniel Richards and Dorothy Stearns, his wife; Ephraim Richmond and Ann Deane, his wife; Eldad Hitchcock and Esther Hoar, his wife, m. 1777. Oliver Adams was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Chelmsford, where in 1729 he was born. Daniel Richards, (1744-1815), served from Newton at the Lexington Alarm and in the defense of Dorchester Heights. Ephraim Richmond, (1735-1816), served as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Grafton, Vt. Eldad Hitchcock, (1757-1829), served as a minute man from Brimfield at the Lexington Alarm.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24page 226
[p.226] Mrs. Maud Fales Strong.DAR ID Number: 23646 Born in Ottawa, Kansas. Wife of Frederic Clark Strong. Descendant of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., Deacon Joseph Hoar and Noah Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Philetus Fales and Abbie Smith Lewis, his wife. Granddaughter of David Lewis and Asenath Smith, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Smith, Jr., and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar; Noah Hitchcock and Mary (d. 1792), his wife. Joseph Hoar, Jr., (1740-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety. He entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born in Brimfield, where he died. Deacon Joseph Hoar, (1707-97), was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield. Noah Hitchcock, (1715-99), served from Brimfield in the militia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25page 10
Mrs. Eva Florella Smith Borden.DAR ID Number: 24025 Born in Richland, Michigan. Wife of Samuel Church Borden. Descendant of James Smith, Deacon Joseph Hoar, Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., Noah Hitchcock, all of Massachusetts; Capt. Benjamin Bissell, Elijah Bissell, David Soper, Capt. Epaphras Loomis and Levi Thrall, all of Connecticut. Daughter of Samuel T. Smith (1814-71) and Mary Loomis Bissell (1816-68), his wife, m. 1847. Granddaughter of Robert Smith, Jr., and Hannah Hoar, his wife; Elijah N. Bissell (b. 1791) and Florella Loomis (1794-1863), his wife, m. 1815. Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Smith and Margaret McWhorter, his wife; Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock, his wife; Elijah Bissell and Rachel Cook Soper (1772-1846), his wife, m. 1789; Ira Loomis (1770-1841) and Mary Thrall (b. 1776), his wife, m. 1793. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Smith and Margaret Brown, his wife; Joseph Hoar and Deborah Colton, his wife; Benjamin Bissell and Mary Strong (1719-1806), his wife, m. 1745; Epaphras Loomis and Mary Hill (1735-1813), his wife, m. 1755; Noah Hitchcock and Mary, his wife; David Soper and Rachel Cook, his wife, m. 1764; Levi Thrall and Mary Whiting, his wife. [p.10] James Smith, (1692-1776), served as selectman of Palmer, Mass., where he died. Deacon Joseph Hoar, (1707-97), was a member of the Committee of Grievance, of Brimfield. Joseph Hoar, Jr., (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born in Brimfield, Mass., where he died. Noah Hitchcock, (1715-99), served from Brimfield in the militia. Also Nos. 1797, 20860, 23646. Benjamin Bissell, (1719-90), served on war committees of Torrington to provide for soldiers' families. Elijah Bissell, (1762-1825), served, 1781, as a private from Torrington. David Soper served in Sheldon's Continental Dragoons. He was born, 1738, in Torrington. Also No. 8935. Epaphras Loomis, (1732-1812), was appointed captain to join the Continental army at New York, 1776. His sons Epaphras, Wait and Remembrance served in his company. He was born in Torrington; died in Winchester. Also Nos. 6914, 10083, 11552, 12960. Levi Thrall served as a private in the Connecticut militia. He was born, 1749, in Torrington, Conn.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26page 355
Mrs. Harriet Newell Whittlesey.DAR ID Number: 25970 Born in New Haven, Connecticut. Wife of Rev. Nathan Hart Whittlesey, D. D. Descendant of Abijah Newell, Abijah Newell, Jr., Lieut. William French, Adj. Jonathan Burt, Nathan Hoar and Robert Edmond. Daughter of William Emerson Newell and Belva Helen Edmond, his wife. Granddaughter of Austin Newell and Polly Hoar, his wife; Charles Edmond and Harriet Warner, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Newell, Jr., and Nancy Burt, his wife; Nathan Hoar, Jr., (b. 1762) and Lucy Colton, his wife; David Pierce Edmond and Clara Pierce, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Newell and Hepsibah Curtis, his wife; Jonathan Burt and Hannah Cooley, his wife; Nathan Hoar and Miriam Colton, his wife, m. 1751; John Edmond and Comfort Pierce, his wife; Joel Pierce and Avis French, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Edmond and Mary Marks, his wife; William French and Ann Bennett, his wife. Abijah Newell, (1731-1807), served from Monson as a private, 1779, in the Hampshire County, Mass., militia. Abijah Newell, Jr., (1762-1841), enlisted, 1781, in Capt. Abel King's company, Sear's Massachusetts regiment. William French, (1731-1812), served in Capt. Spalding's company of Connecticut militia which was in the Wyoming expedition. Jonathan Burt, (1739-94), served as adjutant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Languadoc, Mass., where he died. [p.355] Nathan Hoar, (1720-1801), signed, at Brimfield, the covenant to support his country, 1774. He died in Monson, Mass. Robert Edmond, (1730-1823), served as a private in the Connecticut militia in Capt. Elijah Hinman's company, 1776.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28page 105
Mrs. Ella B. Bowker.DAR ID Number: 27281 Born in Boston, Massachusetts. Descendant of Timothy Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Matthew Cheney and Susan G. Hoar, his wife. Granddaughter of Timothy Hoar. Jr. and Lydia Bowker, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt. his wife. Timothy Hoar, (1759-1832), served as matross in Craft's artillery and as a private under different commands. He was born in Concord; died in Westminster.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29page 179
Mrs. Dora French Page.DAR ID Number: 28487 Born in Belchertown, Massachusetts. Wife of James F. Page. Descendant of Rev. Jonathan French, Capt. Samuel Farrar, Jr., Deacon Samuel Farrar and Jeremiah Cady, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of James P. French and Eliza Root Dwight, his wife. Granddaughter of James French and Nancy Tenney, his wife; Harrison Dunbar Dwight and Sophia Cooke, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan French, Jr. and Rebecca Farrar, his wife; David Cooke and Salome Cady, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan French and Abigail Richards, his [p.179] wife; Samuel Farrar, Jr. and Mercy Hoar, his wife; Jeremiah Cady and Hannah (Ruth) Warner, his wife, m. 1772. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Farrar and Lydia Barrett, his wife. Jonathan French, (1740-1809), who was a clergyman, served as volunteer surgeon at Bunker Hill. He was born in Braintree; died in Andover, Mass. Samuel Farrar, Jr., (1737-1829), commanded a company in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Concord; died in Lincoln, Mass. Samuel Farrar, (1709-83), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and of the first Provincial Congress. He was a minute man from Concord, where he was born and where he died. Also Nos. 1074, 19313, 21815. Jeremiah Cady, (1752-1848), was one of the Boston Tea Party and responded to various alarms. He was born in Killingly, Conn.; died in Hadley, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 33page 42
Mrs. Harriett Hoar Chubb.DAR ID Number: 32121 Born in Westminister, Massachusetts. Wife of Andrew S. Chubb. Descendant of Timothy Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt, his wife. Timothy Hoar, (1759-1832), served as matross in Craft's Artillery and as private under different commands. He was born in Concord; died in Westminster, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 33page 313
Mrs. Grace Page Greenhalgh.DAR ID Number: 32913 Born in Pepperell, Massachusetts. Wife of George T. Greenhalgh. Descendant of Judge Edward Hartwell, Moses Jenison, Jonas Longley, Abraham Gibson, Jonas Page, John Hoar, Leonard Hoar, Jonas Smith, Capt. Benjamin Fletcher, and Edmond Bancroft, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Walter B. Page and Lucy Preston Bancroft, his wife. Granddaughter of George Page and Abagail M. Gibson, his wife; George T. Bancroft and Candace W. Smith, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Dennis Holden Page and Sarah Jenison, his wife; Stephen Gibson and Mary Hartwell, his wife; Luther Bancroft and Anna Fletcher, his wife; Samuel Smith, Sr. and Eunice Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Page, (1750-1822) and Lucy Holden, his wife; Moses Jenison and Sarah Longley, his wife; Thomas Gibson and Lucy Martin, his wife; John Hartwell and Mary Farwell, his wife; Edmund Bancroft and Rachel Howard Baron, his 2d wife; Benjamin Fletcher and Anna Spaulding, his wife; Jonas Smith and Susanna Bruce, his wife; Leonard Hoar and Eunice Wheeler, his wife. See No. 32530. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Longley and Ester Patterson, his wife; Abraham Gibson and Esther Fox, his wife; Joseph Hartwell and Tabitha Dodge, his wife; John Hoar and Elizabeth Coolidge, his 2d wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Hartwell and Sarah Wilder, his wife. Edward Hartwell, (1689-1785), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Lunenburg, Mass. Moses Jenison, (1755-1842), was placed on the pension roll [p.313] of Middlesex county, 1831, for service as private in the Massachusetts state troops. He died in Shirley. Jonas Longley, (1712-99), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Groton; died in Shirley. Abraham Gibson, (1735-1813), who had served in the early wars, was a minute man in the Revolution. He was born in Stowe; died in Lunenburg, Mass. John Hoar, (1707-86), who met the enemy at Concord Bridge, was a patriot and wrote an account of the battle of Lexington. He died in Lincoln. Also Nos. 14714, 19294. Leonard Hoar, (1758-1842), served several enlistments under different commands as a private in the Middlesex county militia. He was born in Lincoln, where he died. Jonas Smith, (1754-1845), served as a private in the militia. He is buried in Spring Garden Cemetery, Marlboro. Also No. 20409. Benjamin Fletcher, (1746-1823), served as lieutenant and captain in the Middlesex county militia. He was born in Chelmsford, where he died. Edmund Bancroft, (1726-1805), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Pepperell.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34page 149
Mrs. Helen Phillips Bullard Davis.DAR ID Number: 33418 Born in Keene, New Hampshire. Wife of Archie Davis. Descendant of Jonathan Sawin, Blaney Phillips and Timothy Hoar, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Edwin Marcus Bullard and Hattie Cora Phillips, his wife. Granddaughter of Francis Phillips and Harriet Maria Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Phillips and Betsey Derby, his wife; Leonard Hoar and Lucinda Sawin, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Blaney Phillips and Martha Carver, his wife; Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt, his wife; Luther Sawin and Eunice Gilbert, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Blaney Phillips and Christian Wadsworth, his wife; Jonathan Sawin and Mary Whitney, his wife. Jonathan Sawin, (1735-1822), was a private in Capt. Noah Miles's company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Watertown; died in Westminster. Blaney Phillips, (1712-1808), although lame, marched from Duxbury at the Lexington Alarm. Timothy Hoar, (1759-1832), served as matross in Craft's artillery and as private under different commands. He was born in Concord; died in Westminster.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 35page 132
[p.132] Mrs. Hattie Way Lutz.DAR ID Number: 34370 Born in Fulton, New York. Wife of John Lutz. Descendant of Leonard Hoar. Daughter of William Way and Elizabeth Hoar, his wife. Granddaughter of Leonard Hoar and Dorcas Foster, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Leonard Hoar and Lydia Bond, his wife, m. 1765. Leonard Hoar enlisted 1780 from Brimfield, Mass., at the age of thirty-eight to re-enforce the Continental army. He was born 1742 in Brimfield, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 36page 75
Mrs. Daisy Spalding May.DAR ID Number: 35207 Born in Atlanta, Georgia. Wife of Clarence May. Descendant of Jonathan Spalding, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Albert Theodore Spalding and Constantia Rosamond Shaffner, his wife. Granddaughter of Albert Matthias Spalding and Lucinda Burton, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Spalding and Jane Young, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Spalding and Abagail Hoar, his wife. Jonathan Spalding, (1747-98), enlisted in Capt. Freeborn Moulton's company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. In 1778 he served at West Point under Capt. Josiah. Smith, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born and died in Monson, Mass.

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Mrs. Maydelia Alden Hobbs Hosmer.DAR ID Number: 35620 Born in Oakgrove, Nebraska. Wife of Jack Hosmer. [p.230] Descendant of Col. Abraham Drake, of New Hampshire; Rev. Jonathan French, Capt. Samuel Farrar, Jr., and Deacon Samuel Farrar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of John Alden Hobbs and Cora Roseanne Bush, his wife. Granddaughter of Jonathan Hobbs, 2d, and Mary Holyoke French (b. 1812), his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hobbs and Theodate Drake, his wife; Jonathan French, Jr., and Rebecca Farrar (b. 1785), his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Drake (1745-1819) and Mary Jenness, his wife, m. 1767; Jonathan French and Abigail Richards, his wife; Samuel Farrar, Jr., and Mercy Hoar, his wife, m. 1772. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Drake and Abigail Dearborn (1720-1811), his second wife; Samuel Farrar and Lydia Barrett, his wife, m. 1731. Abraham Drake, (1715-81), who had served as captain in the early war, was lieutenant colonel in the revolution. He was a member of the Provincial Congress, 1775, and served as selectman, 1776. He was born in North Hampton. Jonathan French, (1740-1809), who was a clergyman, served as volunteer surgeon at Bunker Hill. He was born in Braintree; died in Andover. Samuel Farrar, Jr., (1737-1829), commanded a company in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Concord; died in Lincoln, Mass. Samuel Farrar, (1709-83), was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and of the first Provincial Congress. Also Nos. 1074, 19313, 21815, 28487.

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Mrs. Sarah A. White Herrman.DAR ID Number: 36034 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wife of William Tell Herrman. Descendant of Capt. Joseph White and of Lieut. Joseph White, Jr., of Massachusetts. Daughter of James Coolidge White and Abby Sophia Bushnell, his wife. Granddaughter of Joseph White, Jr. and Rebecca Hoar, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph White and Patience Ball, his wife. Joseph White, (1719-80), commanded a company of militia at the Lexington Alarm under Col. Asa Whitcomb. He was born and died in Lancaster, Mass. Joseph White, Jr., (1751-1806), was commissioned second lieutenant in the Worcester county militia, 1779.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Mabel Diman Meserve.DAR ID Number: 41820 Born in Fall River, Massachusetts. Wife of Mosher B. Meserve. Descendant of Edward Munroe, of Rhode Island. Daughter of George Henry Diman and Susan Anna Scott, his wife. Granddaughter of Henry Diman and Elizabeth Tabor, his wife. [p.307] Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Diman and Elizabeth Gray, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Diman and Abigail Munroe, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Munroe and Sarah Hoar (1744-1827), his wife, m. 1769. Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bennett Munroe and Sarah Bosworth, his wife. Edward Munroe, (1747-1835), was placed on the pension roll for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I.

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Mrs. Hattie Leonora Phelps Blamer.DAR ID Number: 42907 Born in Independence, Iowa. Wife of George Thomas Blamer. Descendant of Joseph Phelps, of Connecticut; Deacon Joseph Hoar, Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., and James Smith, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Rev. Willis B. Phelps and Hattie Louisa Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of Heman H. Phelps and Mary J. Phelps, his second wife; Freeman Smith and Lillis Dickinson, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Heman Phelps and Philoxena Phelps, his wife; Robert Smith, Jr. and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Phelps and Jemima Post, his wife; Joseph Hoar, Jr., and May Hitchcock, his wife; Robert Smith and Margaret McWhorter, his wife. Gr.-gr.gr.-granddaugter of Joseph Hoar and Deborah Colton, his wife; James Smith and Margaret Brown, his wife. Joseph Phelps, (1743-95), served as a soldier in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Hebron, Conn. Also No. 32825. Joseph Hoar, (1707-97), was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, Mass. Joseph Hoar, Jr., (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield. Also Nos. 20860, 23646. James Smith, (1692-1776), served as selectman of Palmer.

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Mrs. Mary Blodgett Goddard.DAR ID Number: 45020 Born in Euclid, Ohio. Wife of James W. Goddard. Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Keep of Massachusetts. Daughter of Harvey Blodgett and Diantha Keep, his wife. Granddaughter of Simeon Keep, Jr., and Alice Goodell, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Simeon Keep and Esther Hoar, his wife. Simeon Keep (1737-1829) served as lieutenant in Capt. James Sherman's company, Col. Ebenezer Larned's regiment. He was born in Brimfield; died in Monson, Mass.

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Mrs. Florence Louise Phelps Woodward.DAR ID Number: 45308 Born in Kilbourn, Wis. Wife of Will Morse Woodward. Descendant of Joseph Phelps of Conn., Deacon Joseph Hoar, Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., and James Smith, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Rev. Willis B. Phelps and Hattie Louisa Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of Heman H. Phelps and Mary J. Phelps, his wife; Freeman Smith and Lillis Dickinson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Heman Phelps and Pheloxcena Phelps, his wife; Robert Smith, Jr., and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Phelps and Jemima Post, his wife; Robert Smith and Margarette McWhorter, his wife; Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Smith and Margarette Brown, his wife; Joseph Hoar and Deborah Cotton, his wife. Joseph Phelps (1743-95) served as a soldier in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Hebron, Conn. Also No. 32825. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, Mass. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816) entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield. Also Nos. 20860, 23646, 42907. James Smith (1692-1776) served as selectman from Palmer, Mass., where he died.

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Miss Fannie Pettee Adams.DAR ID Number: 45867 Born in Shipman, Ill. Descendant of Oliver Adams, Daniel Richards, Ephraim Richmond, and Eldad Hitchcock. Daughter of William Richards Adams and Ellen D. Richmond, his wife. Granddaughter of Marshall Adams and Sarah Grafton Richards, his wife; Horacc Locke Richmond and Phoebe Eaton, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Oliver Adams, Jr. (1767-1813) and Betsy Marshall, his wife; Elias Richmond and Lucy Chaffee, his wife; Asa Eaton and Melinda Hitchcook, his wife; Thaddeus Richards and Elizabeth, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Oliver Adams and Rachel Proctor, his wife; Ephraim Richmond and Ann Deane, his wife; Eldad Hitchcock and Esther Hoar, his wife; Asa Eaton and — Lyons, his wife; Daniel Richards and Dorothy Stearns, his wife. Oliver Adams was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm from Chelmsford, where in 1729 he was born. Daniel Richards (1744-1815) served from Newton at the Lexington Alarm and in the defense of Dochester Heights. Ephraim Richmond (1735-1816) served as a private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Grafton, Vt. [p.366] Eldad Hitchcock (1757-1829) served as a minute man from Brimfield at the Lexington Alarm.

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Miss Elizabeth A. Potter.DAR ID Number: 46718 Born in Worcester, Mass. Descendant of Capt. Joseph Cutler of Massachusetts. Daughter of Charles A. Potter and S. Anna Paige, his wife. Granddaughter of Frazier Paige and Wealthy Knight, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Clark Paige and Lydia Cutler, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler, Jr., and Lydia Bascomb, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Cutler and Rebecca Hoar (1735-58), his 1st wife. [p.333] Joseph Cutler (1733-1816) marched in Capt. Read's company at the Lexington Alarm and commanded a company in the 3rd Worcester County regiment under Col. James Coverse. This military company which he commanded he raised himself in Western, now Warren, Mass. He was born in Lexington; died in Warren, Mass.

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Mrs. Alice Melita Potwin Corrigan.DAR ID Number: 48023 Born in Chicago, Ill. Wife of Charles E. Corrigan. Descendant of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., Reuben Parks and James Smith. Daughter of Henry Potwin, Jr., and Annie Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of John Wherter Smith and Mary Ann Parks, his wife. [p.12] Gr-granddaughter of Robert Smith, Jr., and Hannah Hoar, his wife, Sylvester Parks and Laura Andrus, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Smith and Margaret McWhorter, his wife; Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock his wife; Reuben Parks and Betsey Clark, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Smith and Margaret Brown, his wife. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety; entered the army as ensign, and was lieutenant under General Gates at the surrender of Burgoyne. He was promoted captain for bravery. James Smith (1692-1776) was a member of the Board of Selectmen which drew up the Palmer Declaration of Independence, June 13, 1776. Also No. 1717. Reuben Parks (1755-1803) was a private in Capt. Ebenezer Perkins' company, Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment 1778. He served in the south under Lafayette. He was born in Norwich, Conn.; died in Russell, Mass., where. there is a bronze marker on the grave.

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Miss Mary Alice Goddard.DAR ID Number: 48595 Born in Winnebago, Ill. Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Keep of Massachusetts. Daughter of James W. Goddard and Mary Blodgett, his wife. Granddaughter of Harvey Blodgett and Diantha Keep, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Simeon Keep, Jr. and Alice Goodell, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Simeon Keep and Esther Hoar, his wife. Simeon Keep (1737-1829) served as lieutenant in Capt. James Sherman's company, Col. Ebenezer Larned's regiment. He was born in Brimfield; died in Monson, Mass.

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Mrs. Mary Lillis Phelps Gilchrist.DAR ID Number: 50738 Born in Kilbourn, Wis. Descendant of Joseph Phelps, James Smith, Deacon Joseph Hoar and Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr. Daughter of Rev. Willis Burt Phelps and Hattie Louise Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of Heman H. Phelps and Mary J. Phelps, his 2nd wife; Freeman Smith and Lillis Dickinson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Heman H. Phelps and Philoxcena Phelps, his wife; Robert Smith, Pr., and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Robert Smith and Margaret McWhorter, his wife; Joseph Hoar, Jr., and May Hitchcock, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Smith and Margaret Brown, his wife; Deacon Joseph Hoar and Deborah Cotton, his wife. [p.330] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Phelps and Jemima Post, his wife; Joseph Phelps (1743-95), served as a soldier in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Hebron, Conn. Also No. 42907. James Smith (1692-1776), served as selectman of Palmer. He was born in Ireland; died in Palmer. Joseph Hoar (1707-97), was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, Mass., where he was born and died. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass.

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[p.132] Mrs. Mary A. Latham.DAR ID Number: 51306 Born in Chicago, Ill. Wife of William Harris Latham. Descendant of Lieut. Joseph White, Jr. Daughter of William Henry Carter and Caroline S. Rayner, his wife. Granddaughter of Solomon Carter and Elizabeth White, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph White, Jr., and Rebecca Hoar, his wife. Joseph White, Jr. (1751-1806), was commissioned second lieutenant in the Worcester County militia. He was born and died in Lancaster, Mass.

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[p.125] Mrs. Ella C. Bennett Viele.DAR ID Number: 52270 Born in Cortland, N. Y. Wife of James A. Viele. Descendant of Capt. Reuben Lilly and of John Brown, of Massachusetts. Daughter of A. G. Bennett (1817-98) and Elsie Brown (1825-1907), his wife, m. 1857. Granddaughter of Ephraim Brown, Jr. (1806-75), and Lorilla Lilly (1807-1901), his wife, m. 1824. Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Brown (1778-1852) and Elsie Wilcox Brophy (1772-1853), his wife, m. 1803; Zenas Lilly and Persis Hoar, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Brown and Lucy Rugg (1749-1830), his wife, m. 1770; Reuben Lilly and Rachel Sherman, his wife. Reuben Lilly (1745-1804) received five years' full pay for service as lieutenant and captain in the Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass. Also No. 33197. John Brown (1744-1828) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Sylvanus Rice's company of minute men. He was born in Lancaster; died in Heath, Mass.

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[p.217] Mrs. Henrietta C. Dodge.DAR ID Number: 52461 Born in Acton, Mass. Wife of Prof. Raymond Dodge, Ph. D. Descendant of Oliver Mead, of Massachusetts. Daughter of David Cushing Cutler and Estella Augusta Mead, his wife. Granddaughter of Adelbert Mead and Almira J. Hoar, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Mead and Lucy Taylor, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Oliver Mead and Anna Whitney, his wife. Oliver Mead (1751-1836) was a private in Capt. Jonathan Davis' company, Col. John Whitcomb's regiment of minute men, 1775. He was born in Harvard, Mass.; died in Roxborough.

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Mrs. Alice Frances Ferguson.DAR ID Number: 53148 Born in Byron, Ill. Wife of Thomas Ferguson. Descendant of Deacon Joseph Hoar and of Capt. Joseph Hoar. Jr., of Massachusetts. Daughter of Francis Adams Smith and Sarah Brown, his wife. Granddaughter of Robert Smith and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar and Deborah Cotton, his wife. [p.66] Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, Mass., where he died. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield.

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Mrs. Ethel Mead Reed.DAR ID Number: 53242 Born in Acton, Mass. Wife of Edward Hartwell Reed. Descendant of Oliver Mead, of Massachusetts. Daughter of David Cushing Cutler and Estella Augusta Mead, his wife. Granddaughter of Adelbert Mead and Almira J. Hoar, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Mead and Lucy Taylor, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Oliver Mead and Anna Whitney, his wife. Oliver Mead (1751-1836) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Jonathan Davis' company, Col. John Whitcomb's regiment of minute men. He was born in Harvard, Mass.; died in Roxborough.

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Mrs. Hattie P. Morris Marvel.DAR ID Number: 54087 Born in Vershire, Vt. Wife of W. H. Marvel. Descendant of Nathan Pierce. Daughter of Sidney Clark and Lucinda Pierce, his wife. Granddaughter of Shedrick Pierce and Mary Marvel, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Pierce and Anna Hoar, his wife. Nathan Pierce (1758-1856) served as a private in Capt. Abial Peirce's company, Col. Dike's Rhode Island regiment. In 1840, he was a pensioner residing in Orange County, Vt., where de died.

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[p.132] Mrs. Stella L. Damon.DAR ID Number: 54304 Born in Westminster, Mass. Wife of Frank H. Damon. Descendant of Timothy Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Merrick Barnes and Harriet E. Harris, his wife. Granddaughter of George Harris and Louisa Hoar, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Timothy Hoar and Lydia Hunt, his wife. Timothy Hoar (1759-1830) served as matross in Craft's artillery and as private under different commands. He was born in Concord; died in Westminster.

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Mrs. Jennie C. Ramsey.DAR ID Number: 54693 Born in Smithfield, Ohio. Wife of John Ramsey. Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Keep, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Harvey Blodgett and Diantha Keep, his wife. Granddaughter of Simeon Keep, Jr., and Alice Goodell, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Simeon Keep and Esther Hoar, his wife. Simeon Keep (1737-1829) served as lieutenant in Capt. James Sherman's company, Col. Ebenezer Larned's regiment. He was born in Brimfield; died in Monson, Mass.

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Mrs. Hattie M. Richardson Stimpson.DAR ID Number: 57213 Born in Buffalo, N. Y. Wife of John B. Stimpson. Descendant of Daniel Hoar. Daughter of William E. Richardson and Mary Richardson, his wife. Granddaughter of George Richardson and Louise Beckwith, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Richardson and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Hoar and Hannah Wood, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Hoar and Rebecca Brooks, his wife. Daniel Hoar marched on the Lexington Alarm from Westminster in Capt. Nicholas Dike's company. He was born, 1713, in Concord, Mass.; died in Westminster.

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Mrs. Lena Belle Youngs.DAR ID Number: 59197 Born in Byron, Ill. Wife of Henry J. Youngs. Descendant of Deacon Joseph Hoar and of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., of Massachusetts. Daughter of Francis Adams Smith and Sarah Brown, his wife. Granddaughter of Robert Smith and Hannah Hoar, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar and Deborah Colton, his wife. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, and also served in the militia. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety. He entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant at the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield.

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Mrs. Elsie E. Lathrop Rathbun.DAR ID Number: 59642 Born in Worcester, Mass. Wife of Edgar A. Rathbun. Descendant of Lieut. John Hoar, of Massachusetts. Daughter of James W. Lathrop and Elsie M. Hoar, his wife. Granddaughter of George E. Hoar and Elsie M. Ellis, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Luther Hoar and Ruth Rhodes, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar and Sophia Bigelow, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hoar and Elizabeth Coolidge, his wife. John Hoar (1707-86), who had served in the early wars, was a selectman of Lexington when the Revolution began. He was a private soldier in the Lincoln company that met the enemy at the Concord Bridge. He was born in Massachusetts; died in Lincoln.

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[p.198] Miss Bessie Adelia Rice.DAR ID Number: 68544 Born in Marlboro, Mass. Descendant of Corp. Asa Whiting, Lieut. Samuel Hoar, Lieut.-Col. Edward Barnes, Corp. Thomas Rice, and Aaron Brigham. Daughter of Aaron Brigham Rice and Harriet Newell Lawrence, his wife.

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Mrs. Jennie E. Blair Buxton.DAR ID Number: 70586 Born in Hampden County, Mass. Wife of William S. Buxton. Descendant of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., of Massachusetts. Daughter of James S. Blair (1819-1901) and Sarah C. Fiske (1821-93), his wife, m. 1845. Granddaughter of Olivar Blair (1773-1859) and Emma Hoar (1775-1860), his wife, m. 1796. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hoar, Jr., and Mary Hitchcock (1743-1828), his wife, m. 1763. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), was a member of the Committee of Safety. He entered the army as ensign, served as lieutenant at the Burgoyne campaign, and was promoted to captain for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield.

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Mrs. Roxana Paull Church.DAR ID Number: 71023 Born in Bristol, R. I. Wife of Samuel W. Church. Descendant of Edward Monro. Daughter of Augustus R. Paull (b. 1843) and Sarah J. Burnham (b. 1843), his wife, m. 1866. Granddaughter of William Paull (1804-73) and Sally B. Church (1807-47), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Edward Church (1778-1825) and Martha Monro (b. 1778), his wife, m. 1798. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Monro and Phœbe Monro (d. 1819), his wife, m. 1795. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Monro and Sarah Hoar (1744-1827), his wife, m. 1769 (parents of Henry). Edward Monro (1747-1835) was placed on the pension roll for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I.

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Mrs. Harriet Augusta Jones Nelson.DAR ID Number: 78530 Born in Carrollton, Ill. Wife of Robert Stuart Nelson. Descendant of Samuel Jones, Corp. Andrew Perkins, and John Goodwin. Daughter of Stillman Jones, Jr. (1809-60), and Ann jane Perkins (1811-80), his wife, m. 1830. Granddaughter of Stillman Jones (1780-1811) and Polly Clark (d. 1811), his wife, m. 1801; Elliott Perkins (1786-1859) and Ann Goodwin (1789-1865), his wife, m. 1808. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Jones and Hannah Hoar (d. 1809), his wife, m. 1768; Andrew Perkins and Rachel Elliott (1757-99), his wife, m. 1773; John Goodwin and Sara Batt (d. 1860), his wife, m. 1789. [p.194] Samuel Jones (1746-1809) enlisted, 1775, for short terms in Col. Loammi Baldwin's Nassachusetts regiment, and, 1776, signed the Association Test. He was born in Wilmington. Mass. Andrew Perkins served, 1776, as corporal in Capt. Samuel King's company from Middletown. Mass., where, in 1750, he was born. John Goodwin (1739-1809) responded to the Lexington Alarm from Reading. Mass., where he was born and died.

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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wheeler Dalton.DAR ID Number: 84977 Born in Brattleboro, Vt. Wife of James Dalton. Descendant of John Hoar, as follows: 1. Franklin Hoar Wheeler (1807-1901), m. 1836, Eliza Pomery (1815-81). 2. Leonard Hoar (1758-1842), m. 1785, Eunice Wheeler (1764-1820). 3. John Hoar, m., 2nd, 1744, Elizabeth Coolidge. John Hoar (1707-86), who met the enemy at Concord Bridge, was a patriot and wrote an account of the battle of Lexington. He was born in Lexington; died in Lincoln, Mass.

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[p.378] Mrs. Stella Dalton Dodge.DAR ID Number: 84978 Born in Brattleboro, Vt. Wife of Richard Elwood Dodge. Descendant of John Hoar, as follows: 1. James Dalton, m. Mary Elizabeth Wheeler.

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Mrs. Nellie B. Miller Latham.DAR ID Number: 87228 Born in Norwich, N. Y. Wife of Charles H. Latham. Descendant of Joseph Hoar and of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., as follows: 1. Theodore De Witt Miller (1837-1910) m., 1861, Sarah Flaronia Brown (1837-1903). 2. Cyril R. Brown (1798-1869) m., 1821, Mary Blair (1799-1881). 3. Oliver Blair (1773-1859) m., 1796, Emma Hoar (1775-1860). 4. Joseph Hoar, Jr., m. 1763, Mary Hitchcock. 5. Joseph Hoar m., 1736, Deborah Colton. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Grievance of Brimfield, Mass., where he died. He was born in Massachusetts. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass.

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Mrs. Etta Hitchcock Burns.DAR ID Number: 90395 Born in Cherokee County, Okla. Wife of Samuel J. Burns. Descendant of Noah Hitchcock, as follows: 1. Isaac Brown Hitchcock (1828-1910) m. 1857 Elizabeth Duncan (1833-86). 2. Jacob Hitchcock m. Nancy Brown. 3. Daniel Hitchcock (1760-1838) m. 1782 Lucy Hoar (1758-1844). 4. Noah Hitchcock m. Mary Burt (1711-92). Noah Hitchcock (1715-99) served as private in the militia from Brimfield, Mass.

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Miss Julia Edwards Parsons.DAR ID Number: 99921 Born in St. Louis, Mo. [p.287] Descendant of Capt. Charles Parsons, Lieut. Willis Green and Lieut. Benjamin Edwards, as follows: 1. Lewis Baldwin Parsons, Jr. (1818-1907) m. 2nd 1852 Julia Edwards (1830-57). 2. Lewis Baldwin Parsons (1793-1855) m. 1814 Lucina Hoar (1790-1873); Benjamin Franklin Edwards (1797-1877) m. 1819 Eliza Green (1797-1876). 3. Charles Parsons m. 1785 Lucy Baldwin (1753-1818); Benjamin Edwards m. 1771 Margaret Beall (1755-1826); Willis Green m. 1783 Sarah Reed. See No. 99501. Charles Parsons (1742-1814) enlisted, 1775; engaged in many battles, and was wounded at Monmouth. In 1779 rose to the rank of captain and served to the close of the war. He was a member of the Cincinnati of New York. He was born in Springfield; died in Williamsport, Mass. Willis Green (1752-1813) served as ensign in Grayson's additional Continental regiment; promoted lieutenant, 1777, and resigned, 1778. He removed to Kentucky, 1779, and represented Jefferson County in the Assembly, 1783. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Lincoln, County, Ky.

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Miss Sarah Elizabeth Hitchcock.DAR ID Number: 101491 Born in Bates City, Mo. Descendant of Noah Hitchcock, as follows: 1. Irenaeus Duncan Hitchcock (b. 1864) m. 1893 Lula Osborn. 2. Isaac B. Hitchcock (1825-1911) m. 1857 Elizabeth D. Hitchcock (1833-86). [p.149] 3. Jacob Hitchcock m. Nancy B. Hitchcock. 4. Daniel Hitchcock (1760-1838) m. 1782 Lucy Hoar (1758-1844). 5. Noah Hitchcock m. Mary Burt (1711-92). Noah Hitchcock (1715-99) served as a private in the militia from Brimfield, Mass.

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Mrs. Isabel Hanscom Bresnehen.DAR ID Number: 106913 Born in Lincoln, Mass. Wife of Thomas M. Bresnehen. Descendant of Peter Reed, Lieut. Ephraim Whitcomb, as follows: [p.280] 1. Orren Hanscom (1830-98) m. 1856 Mary E. Tenney (1837-1916). 2. Alfred Tenney (b. 1805) m. 1834 Betsey W. Whitcomb (b. 1806). 3. John Tenney (b. 1769) m. 1800 Lucy Reed (b. 1770); Moses Whitcomb (1767-1850) m. 1790 Anna Hayward (1769-1864). 4. Thomas Reed (b. 1739) m. 1764 Lucy Farrar; Ephraim Whitcomb m. 1765 Hannah Hoar (d. 1822). 5. Peter Reed m. 1737 Abigail —. Peter Reed (1701-91) served as private in Lieut. Aquila Jewett's company, Col. James Prescott's regiment, 1775. He was born in Lexington; died in Littleton, Mass. Ephraim Whitcomb served as 2nd lieutenant in Capt. Aaron Jewett's 3rd company, 6th Middlesex County, Massachusetts regiment. He was born, 1743, in Littleton, Mass., where he died.

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Mrs. Gertrude Latham Dunne.DAR ID Number: 107866 Born in Norwich, N. Y. Wife of Charles M. Dunne. Descendant of Joseph Hoar and of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., as follows: 1. Charles H. Latham (b. 1864) m. 1885 Nellie Miller (b. 1863). 2. Theodore De Witt Miller (1837-1910) m. 1861 Sarah Flavonia Brown (1837-1903). 3. Cyril R. Brown (1798-1869) m. 1821 Mary Blair (1799-1881). 4. Oliver Blair (1773-1859) m. 1796 Emma Hoar (1775-1860). 5. Joseph Hoar, Jr., m. 1763 Mary Hitchcock. 6. Joseph Hoar m. 1736 Deborah Colton. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Brimfield, Mass., where he died. He was born in Massachusetts. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted captain for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass.

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[p.236] Mrs. Flora L. Adams Hatch.DAR ID Number: 109758 Born in Cooperstown, N. Y. Wife of Oscar Cutler Hatch. Descendant of Corp. John Adams and of Joseph Adams, as follows: 1. Henry William Adams (1825-1902) m. 1848 Nancy Jackson Wright (1828-1912). 2. James Adams (1796-1863) m. 1st 1823 Roxabana Hoar (1802-38). 3. Joseph Adams (1759-1830) m. 1793 Betsey Davis (1765-99). 4. John Adams m. 1750 Abigail Baxter. John Adams (1727-1823) served as corporal in Capt. Elijah Vose's company, Colonel Greaton's Massachusetts regiment, 1775. He was born in Milton; died in East Sudbury, Mass. Joseph Adams (1759-1830) was a private, 1781, in the company of Capt. William Bird, Colonel Webb's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Milton; died in Wayland, Mass.

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Mrs. Lutie Keep Martinson.DAR ID Number: 115407 Born in Tekonsha, Mich. Wife of D. G. Martinson. Descendant of Lieut. Simeon Keep, as follows: 1. Edward P. Keep (b. 1848) m. 1878 Eva Allen (b. 1857). 2. Timothy Keep (1801-77) m. 1830 Sylvia Backus. 3. Seth Keep (1771-1857) m. 1798 Louisa Hitchcock (1772-1855). 4. Simeon Keep m. 1768 Esther Hoar (1742-1818). Simeon Keep (1737-1829) was lieutenant in Capt. James Sherman's company, 1st New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Brimfield; died in Monson, Mass.

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Mrs. Ruth Frances Latham Johnson.DAR ID Number: 116301 Born in Chenango County, N. Y. Wife of Lawrence Johnson. Descendant of Joseph Hoar and of Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., as follows: 1. Charles H. Latham (b. 1864) m. 1885 Nellie Miller (b. 1863). 2. Theodore De Witt Miller (1837-1910) m. 1861 Sarah Flavonia Brown (1837-1903). 3. Cyril R. Brown (1798-1869) m. 1821 Mary Blair (1799-1881). 4. Oliver Blair (1773-1859) m. 1796 Emma Hoar (1775-1859). 5. Joseph Hoar, Jr. m. 1763 Mary Hitchcock. 6. Joseph Hoar m. 1736 Deborah Colton. [p.93] Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Brimfield, Mass., where he died. He was born in Massachusetts. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted captain. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass.

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Mrs. Fanny Read Cook.DAR ID Number: 117580 Born in Richland, Mich. Wife of Justin T. Cook. Descendant of Joseph Hoar, Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., Jonathan Brown, Bartholomew Brown, Noah Hitchcock, Capt. John Gilbert and David Daniels, as follows: 1. Gilbert E. Read (1822-98) m. 1854 Mary Ann Daniels (1831-90). 2. David H. Daniels (1804-92) m. 1829 Mary Hoar Brown (1805-87); Rufus Read (1789-1859) m. 1819 Rhoda King Dean (1798-1872). 3. Samuel Brown (1779-1862) m. 1802 Mary Hoar (1779-1864); Peter Read (1751-1839) m. 1785 Lydia Gilbert (1760-1815); Joseph Daniels (1772-1840) m. Lucy Harris (1774-1830). 4. Joseph Hoar, Jr., m. 1763 Mary Hitchcock (1743-1828); Darius Daniels (1739-1832) m. Ruth Aldrich (1741-1801); John Gilbert m. 1755 Lydia Ives (d. 1778) Bartholomew Brown m. 1775 Lucy Chubb (d. 1816). 5. Jonathan Brown m. 1741 Abigail Russell (1716-1803); David Daniels m. 1736 Huldah Arnold Taft (1718-75); Joseph Hoar m. 1736 Deborah Cotton (d. 1800) Noah Hitchcock m. Mary Burt (d. 1792). Bartholomew Brown (1752-1829) served as private in Capt. James Sherman's company, Colonel Pynchon's Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass. Joseph Hoar, Jr., (1740-1816) entered the army as ensign; served as lieutenant in the Burgoyne campaign and was promoted captain for bravery. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass. Also No. 107866. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Brimfield, Mass.; where he was born and died. Also No. 107866. Jonathan Brown (1716-99) was a private in Captain Sherman's company at the Lexington Alarm and also served on committees. He was born in Salem; died in Brimfield, Mass. Also No. 115490. Noah Hitchcock (1715-99) served in the State militia from Brimfield, Mass. John Gilbert (1731-79) served as captain of the Connecticut militia, and was killed when the British invaded New Haven under General Tryon. He was born and died in New Haven, Conn. David Daniels (1710-76) served, 1775, on the committee to purchase powder and field pieces for the town of Mendon, Mass., where he was born and died. Also No. 68822.

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Mrs. Eva Warren Wolfe.DAR ID Number: 123324 Born in West Bend, Wis. Wife of C. H. Wolfe. Descendant of Ephraim Brockway and of Cornelius Warren, as follows: 1. Horace H. Warren (1832-93) m. 1853 L. Evaline Porter (b. 1838). 2. Ezra Warren (d. 1841) m. 1829 Eleanor Greaves (1811-94). 3. Isaac Warren (b. 1772) m. 1796 Lucinda Brockway (b. 1776). 4. Ephraim Brockway m. 1760 Esther Calkins; Cornelius Warren m. 1770 Patience Hoar. Ephraim Brockway served as a private in Capt. Stephen Parker's company, Col. Mose Nichols' regiment, New Hampshire militia. He was born in Lyme, Conn. Cornelius Warren (1746-1806) served as a private in Capt. John Marcy's company, Col. John Reed's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Walpole, N. H.

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Mrs. Harriet Forshee King.DAR ID Number: 123569 Born in Springfield, Ind. Wife of William Lovejoy King. Descendant of Maj. David J. Jenkins, as follows: 1. Thomas Wesley Forshee (1825-1903) m. 1st 1848 Harriet E. Hoar (1834-52). 2. William Hoar m. 1st 1819 Harriet Jenkins (1800-84). 3. David Jenkins (1775-1840) m. Mary McCalmont (d. 1841). 4. David J. Jenkins m. Martha Armor (d. 1802). David Jenkins (1731-97) served as major and member of the Provincial Congress and committees of Pennsylvania. He was born in Chester County; died in Pequa, Lancaster County, Pa.

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Mrs. Mary Lee Smith Cameron.DAR ID Number: 125393 Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. Wife of William John Cameron. Descendant of Edward Monroe and of Royal Sandford, as follows: 1. George McClellan Smith (b. 1861) m. 1887 Mary I. Lee (b. 1865). 2. George J. Smith (1828-99) m. 1851 Mary A. Sandford (1832-66). 3. John M. Smith (1802-49) m. 1822 Mary Diman (1800-76); Royal Sandford (1793-1820) m. Mary A. Reed (1795-1881). [p.131] 4. Jeremiah Diman (1770-1833) m. 1794 Abagail Monroe (1770-1857); Royal Sandford m. 1785 Rhoda Wilds (1764-1829). 5. Edward Monroe m. 1769 Sarah Hoar (1742-1827). Edward Munroe (1747-1835) was placed on the pension roll for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I. Also No. 41820. Royal Sandford (1760-1834) received a pension for service as private Rhode Island troops, 1776-81. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I.

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Mrs. Ellen R. Esterbrook Sprague.DAR ID Number: 126672 Born in Providence, R. I. Wife of Frank B. Sprague. Descendant of Edward Munro (Monroe), as follows. 1. Allen Esterbrook (1830-1903) m. Mary Eliza Smith (1832-1910). 2. John Smith (1802-49) m. Mary Diman (1800-76). [p.212] 3. Jeremiah Diman m. Abigail Munro (1770-1851). 4. Edward Munro m. Sarah Hoar (1742-1827). Edward Munro (Monroe) (1747-1835) was placed on the pension roll for service as private, Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I.

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Mrs. Jennie L. Hoar Greene.DAR ID Number: 127092 Born in Warren. R. I. Wife of George T. Greene, Jr. Descendant of John Ingraham, as follows: 1. Allen Hoar (1837-68) m. 1859 Emilie M. Peck (1833-85). 2. Josias L. Peck (b. 1813) m. 1833 Nancy Wardwell (1817-72). 3. Joseph Wardwell m. 1811 Annie Ingraham. 4. Nathaniel Ingraham (1764-1836) m. 1789 Mary Diman. 5. John Ingraham m. 1750 Mary Gladding. [p.30] John Ingraham (1727-99) served as private in Capt. Robert Call's company, Col. Nathan Miller's regiment, Rhode Island militia. He was born and died in Bristol, R. I.

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Mrs. Neva C. Shurtleff Goodyear.147173 Born in Norfolk County, Mass. Wife of William Goodyear. Descendant of Maj. Curtis Cole, as follows: 1. A. J. Shurtleff (1841-84) m. 1864 Fanny R. Bowen (b. 1841). 2. William H. Bowen (1817-1900) m. 1838 Maria R. Hoar (1817-1902). 3. Henry Bowen (1791-1827) m. 1815 Bathsheba Marbel (1793-1830). 4. Benjamin Bowen (1763-97) m. 1788 Rebecca Cole (1765-1830). 5. Curtis Cole m. 1764 Sarah Eddy (1742-80). Curtis Cole (1742-1830) was ensign of a Warren, Rhode Island, company of militia, under Lieut. Col. Thomas Allen; also served as captain and major. He was born in Swansea, Mass.

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Mrs. Nellie Laird Dodge.147213 Born in Masonville, Iowa. Wife of Thomas C. Dodge. Descendant of Thomas Paine, Solomon Cushing, Lemuel Gilbert, Joseph Hoar, Capt. Joseph Hoar, Jr., Obadiah Pratt, William Williams, and Lieut. John Williams, as follows: 1. Edwin Walter Laird (1852-1911) m. 1876 Ida Hull (b. 1856). 2. Lorin Laird (1824-87) m. 1851 Mary Maria Allen (1830-74); George Nelson Hull (1828-88) m. 1852 Elizabeth Patrick (1834-59). 3. Jedediah Allen (1794-1876) m. 1820 Celia Cushing (1797-1876); William Perry Hull (1797-1859) m. 1827 Mary Pratt (1805-92); Asa Patrick, Jr. (1800-70). m. 1829 Mary Ann Gilbert (b. 1812). 4. Nathan Allen (b. 1771) m. Esther Paine (1771-1853); Jeremiah Hull (1772-1822) m. 1796 Keturah Williams (1777-1835); Joshua Cushing (1766-1847) [p.67] m. 1787 — Fox (b. 1771); Phineas Gilbert (b. 1779) m. 1809 Mary Tyler (b. 1782); Asa Patrick m. 1787 Ruth Hoar (1766-1845); William Pratt (1777-1823) m. 1798 Zilpha Smith (1779-1815). 5. Thomas Paine m. 1755 Ann Williams (1736-91); Solomon Cushing m. 1765 Mary Burr (b. 1745); Lemuel Gilbert m. 1770 Ruth — (1749-1825); Joseph Hoar, Jr., m. 1763 Mary Hitchcock (b. 1743); Obadiah Pratt m. 1768 Jemima tolles (1754-1812); John Williams m. 1765 Keturah Randall (d. 1821). 6. Joseph Hoar m. 1736 Deborah Colton (1708-1800); William Williams m. 1st 1737 Martha Wheeler (d. 1783) (parents of John). Thomas Paine (1732-97) served as private in Capt. James Peck's company, Col. Roger Eno's battalion, Connecticut troops. He was born in Pomfret, Conn.; died in Orange County, Vt. Solomon Cushing (1742-1815) served as fifer in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Peter Cushing and Col. Solomon Lovell. He was born in Hingham, Mass.; died in Windham County, Vt. Lemuel Gilbert (1747-1841) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captain Page and Colonel Convers. He was born and died in Brookfield, Mass. Joseph Hoar (1707-97) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence of Brimfield, Mass., where he died. Joseph Hoar, Jr. (1740-1816), served as ensign, lieutenant and captain in the Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Brimfield, Mass. Also No. 146255. Obadiah Pratt (1742-97) served as private in the 17th regiment, Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in Columbia County, N. Y. William Williams (1716-1801) was a deputy to the General Court of Connecticut. He was born and died in Stonington, Conn. Also No. 132110. John Williams (1744-1811) served as ensign and lieutenant in the Connecticut militia. He was born and died in Stonington, Conn. Also No. 143561.

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Mrs. Josephine Ridley Follett.DAR ID Number: 149528 Born in San Francisco, Calif. Wife of John Chedell Follett. Descendant of Isaac Preston Durant, as follows: 1. Horace Sanford Ridley (1831-79) m. 1867 Frances Helena Taylor (1844-1915). 2. Ebenezer Taylor (1817-91) m. 1839 Abigail Preston Durant (1820-1902). 3. Isaac Durant (1786-1824) m. 1815 Abigail Hoar (1787-1865). 4. Isaac Preston Durant m. 1784 Helena Wendell (1766-1834). Isaac Preston Durant (1757-1848) enlisted, 1775, as drummer in Capt. Samuel Gilbert's company, Col. William Prescott's regiment and 1777-79, served other enlistments under different commands. He was born in Littleton; died in Natick, Mass.

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Miss Annah R. Prouty.DAR ID Number: 149986 Born in Chelsea, Mass. Descendant of Corp. Stephen Hoar, as follows: 1. Lorenzo Prouty (1838-82) m. 1863 Almira J. Gurney (1840-1914). 2. George Gurney m. Alrnira Richardson (1814-94). 3. Samuel Richardson (1787-1842) m. 1813 Hannah Hoar (1792-1880). 4. Stephen Hoar m. 1780 Hannah Wood (1759-1831). Stephen Hoar (1758-1810) served as corporal in a company of minute men at the Bennington alarm under Capt. Elisha Jackson. He was born and died in Westminster, Mass.

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Mrs. Nellie May Sisson Hoar.DAR ID Number: 150391 Born in Warwick, R. I. Wife of Charles A. Hoar. Descendant of Rufus Matteson, as follows: 1. Alfred P. Sisson (1830-1918) m. 1858 Cynthia Matteson Knight (1833-87). 2. Alfred W. Knight m. 1828 Susan C. Johnson. 3. Nicholas W. Johnson m. Patience Matteson. 4. Rufus Matteson m. 1772 Rhoda Andrew (1753-1840). Rufus Matteson (1752-1834) was placed on the pension roll of Kent County, Rhode Island, 1836, for six months' actual service as private in the Rhode Island Line. He was born in West Greenwich; died in Coventry, R. I. Also No. 29762.

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Miss Frances Lyndon Hoar.DAR ID Number: 154048 Born in Barrington, R. I. Descendant of Rufus Matteson, as follows: 1. Charles Allen Hoar (b. 1856) m. 1896 Nellie May Sisson (b. 1864). 2. Alfred P. Sisson (1830-1918) m. 1858 Cynthia Matteson Knight (1833-87). 3. Alfred W. Knight m. 1828 Susan C. Johnson. 4. Nicholas W. Johnson m. Patience Matteson. 5. Rufus Matteson m. 1772 Rhoda Andrew (1753-1840). Rufus Matteson (1752-1834) was placed on the pension roll of Kent county, R. I., 1836, for six months' actual service as private in the Rhode Island Line. He was born in West Greenwich; died in Coventry, R. I. Also No. 150391.

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Mrs. Ethel J. Gurney Hutchinson.DAR ID Number: 155302 Born in Chelsea, Mass. Wife of Benjamin P. Hutchinson. Descendant of Thomas Wellman, Corp. Moses Wilder, Thomas Wellington, Capt. Thomas Wellington, Jr., Jonathan Wellington, Joshua Garfield, William Richardson, Daniel Hoar, Corp. Stephen Hoar and Capt. John Joslin, as follows: 1. George B. Gurney (1844-1919) m. 1872 Adelaide Wilder (1849-1919). 2. John Emory Wilder (1821-59) m. 1848 Adelaide E. Chipman (1830-1914); George Gurney (1811-62) m. 1837 Almira Richardson (1814-94). 3. John Warren Wilder (1791-1869) m. 1820 Betsey Wellington (b. 1797); Samuel Richardson, Jr. (1787-1842) m. 1813 Hannah Hoar (1792-1882); Benjamin J. Gurney (1768-1835) m. 1807 Hannah Wellman (1779-1865). 4. John Wilder (1765-1852) m. 1792 Sarah Whipple (1769-1815); Jonathan Wellington m. 1783 Anna Garfield (1761-1834); Samuel Richardson (1760-1814) m. 1784 Lucy Myrick (1766-1850); Stephen Hoar m. 1780 Hannah Wood (1759-1830); Thomas Wellman m. 1769 Martha Follet. 5. Moses Wilder m. 1757 Submit Frost (1737-72); Thomas Wellington, Jr. m. [p.96] 1759 Elizabeth Dix (1731-1806); Joshua Garfield m. 1754 Ruth Hammoud (b. 1734); William Richardson m. 1754 Esther Joslin (1734-1814); Daniel Hoar m. 1743 Rebecca Brooks (1708-64). 6. Thomas Wellington m. 1734 Margaret Stone (1718-1800); John Joslin m. 1733 Lucy Wilder. Thomas Wellman (1742-1818) served as a private under Captains Bancroft and Buffington, Colonel Johnson. He was born in Lynnfield; died in Charlestown, Mass. Moses Wilder (1736-1814) served as corporal in Capt. Joseph White's company, Col. Asa Whitcomb's Massachusetts regiment at the Lexington Alarm. He died in Lancaster, Mass. Also No. 86366. Thomas Wellington (1714-83) served on the Committee of Safety. He was born in Waltham; died in Watertown, Mass. Also No. 88018. Thomas Wellington, Jr. (1735-1818), served as lieutenant and captain in Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment at Ticonderoga. He was born in Waltham; died in Watertown, Mass. Also No. 141235. Jonathan Wellington (1760-1810) served as drummer in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Whiting and Welling, Colonels Whitcomb and Wiggleworth. He was born in Lexington; died in Boston, Mass. Joshua Garfield (1726-95) served as private in Capt. Abraham Pierce's company which marched to the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Waltham, Mass. William Richardson (1731-1814) served as private in Capt. Joseph White and Andrew Haskell's companies and Cols. Asa Whitcomb's and Thomas Marshall's regiments, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Woburn; died in Princeton, Mass. Also No. 147360. Daniel Hoar served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Dike and Buttrick. He was born, 1713, in Concord; died in Westminster, Mass. Stephen Hoar (1758-1810) served as corporal in a company of minute men at the Bennington Alarm under Capt. Elisha Jackson. He was born and died in Westminster, Mass. Also No. 149986. John Joslin (1710-88) served as captain in Col. John Whitcomb's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Massachusetts. Also No. 148686.

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Mrs. Ella Rowe Mchenry.157273 Born in Quincy, Ill. Wife of William C. McHenry. Descendant of Cornelius Warren and of Ephraim Brockway, as follows: 1. Eben Allen Rowe (1817-71) m. 1853 Lucinda Brockway Warren (b. 1837). 2. Ezra Warren (1808-41) m. 1829 Eleanor Greaves (1811-94). 3. Isaac Warren (b. 1772) m. 1796 Lucinda Brockway (b. 1776). 4. Cornelins Warren m. 1770 Patience Hoar; Ephraim Brockway m. 1760 Esther Calkins. Cornelius Warren (1746-1806) served as a private in Capt. John Marcy's company, Col. John Reed's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Walpole, N. H. Ephraim Brockway served as a private in Capt. Stephen Parker's company, Col. Moses Nichols' regiment, New Hampshire militia. He was born in Lyme, Conn. Also No. 123324.


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