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1892 Year Book/Members of CT Sons of American Revolution/Surnames "C"

Posted: 8 Dec 2004 7:47PM GMT
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Edited: 21 May 2005 5:36PM GMT
Surnames: CALEF, CAMPBELL, CANFIELD, CARROLL, CARTER, CATLIN, CHAMBERLIN, CHANDLER, CHANEY, CHAPIN, CHAPMAN, CHAPPELL, CHENEY, CHESEBROUGH, CHEW, CLARK, COE, COFFIN, COIT, COLE, COLLIER, COLLINS, COMSTOCK, CONANT, CONE, CONKLIN
The following is a list of Members taken from the YEAR-BOOK OF THE CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION FOR 1892
Joseph Gurley WOODWARD, Chairman; Lucius Franklin ROBINSON, Jonathan Flynt MORRIS, Publication Committee
Printed by the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company
Copyright, 1893 by the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution

CALEF, Arthur Benjamin, of Middletown, Connecticut; Judge of the City Court; born at Sanbornton, New Hampshire. Grandson of Ebenezer EASTMAN, of Sanbornton, New Hampshire (1746-1810), Ensign in Captain Jere. CLOUGH's company of POOR's New Hampshire regiment.

CALEF, Arthur Benjamin, Jr., of Middletown, Connecticut; attorney at law; born at Middletown. Great-grandson of Ebenezer EASTMAN. [See CALEF, Arthur Benjamin.]

CALEF, Jeremiah Francis, of Cromwell, Connecticut; physician; born at Middletown, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Ebenezer EASTMAN. [See CALEF, Arthur Benjamin.] Also, great-grandson of Asa FOSTER, of Canterbury, New Hampshire (1765-1861), a private soldier in the revolutionary war. Afterward a Colonel in the military service of his State.

CALEF, Samuel Prescott, of Middletown, Connecticut; born at Middletown. Great-grandson of Asa FOSTER. [See CALEF, Jeremiah Francis.]

CALEF, Thomas, of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Grandson of James CALEF, of Dover, New Hampshire. He was a Commissary, and went from Dover, New Hampshire, to Ticonderoga with a team of twelve yoke of oxen loaded with provisions, crossing the mountains, and making a road by cutting down trees part of the way.

CAMPBELL, James, of Hartford, Connecticut; physician; born at Manchester, Connecticut. Great-grandson of White GRISWOLD. [See ABELL, Mary Kingsbury.]

CAMPBELL, Mary Cornelia Pettibone, wife of James CAMPBELL, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Hartford. Great-great-granddaughter of Jonathan PETTIBONE, of Simsbury, Connecticut (1710-1776), Colonel of the 18th Connecticut regiment of militia. His regiment participated in the defense of New York, and he died in service September 26, 1776.

CANFIELD, Samuel David, of Woodbridge, Connecticut; born at Kent, Connecticut. Grandson of Amos CANFIELD, of New Milford, Connecticut (1757- ), a revolutionary soldier.

CARROLL, Adams Pope, of Norwich, Connecticut; born at Norwich. Great-grandson of Amos CARROLL (1728- ), who turned out in the Lexington alarm as a private soldier, from Killingly. He was also a Lieutenant in the 7th company of the 11th Connecticut regiment in 1778.

CARROLL, George Wyman, of Norwich, Connecticut; born at Norwich. Great-grandson of Amos CARROLL. [See CARROLL, Adams Pope.] Also, great-grandson of Stephen CROSBY, who turned out with the company from the town of Killingly in the Lexington alarm, 1775, and who in 1776 was appointed Captain in the 3d battalion, WADSWORTH's brigade, commanded by Colonel SAGE. This battalion participated in the battle of Long Island, and in the fighting at New York, where Captain CROSBY was killed September 15, 1776.

CARTER, Charles Philip, of Livingstone, Montana; born at Glastonbury, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Daniel BIDWELL, Jr. [See BIDWELL, Charles M.]

CATLIN, Abijah, Jr., of Hartford, Connecticut; cotton merchant; born at Harwinton, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Abijah CATLIN, of Harwinton, Connecticut (1747-1813), a soldier present at the battle of White Plains, 1776.

CHAMBERLIN, George Rensselaer, of New Haven, Connecticut; born at New Haven. Great-grandson of Abiel CHAMBERLIN (1736-1820), clerk of a company from Woodstock, Connecticut, commanded by Lieutenant Jonathan MORRIS, in the 11th regiment of Connecticut militia, at New York in 1776.

CHAMBERLIN, James Henry Percival, of New Haven, Connecticut; born at New Haven. Great-grandson of Abiel CHAMBERLIN. [See CHAMBERLIN, George Rensselaer.]

CHANDLER, William Erasmus, of New Haven, Connecticut; organist, conductor, and teacher of music; born at Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Great-grandson of Samuel CHANDLER, a revolutionary soldier of Enfield, Connecticut.

CHANEY, Charles Frederic, of New London, Connecticut; merchant; born at New London, Connecticut. Great-grandson of William LATHAM. [See BREWSTER, John Denison.]

CHAPIN, Charles Edward, of New York city; born at Collinsville, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Simeon NEWELL, of Farmington, Connecticut (1748- ), who entered the service in the summer of 1775 as Sergeant in Captain Joel CLARK's company, of Colonel Jedediah HUNTINGTON's regiment, and served through the siege of Boston. On the Colonel's recommendation, he was made Ensign, October 18, 1775, and January 1, 1776, he was again promoted and made Lieutenant in HUNTINGTON's regiment, reorganized as the 17th Continental. This regiment served through the New York campaign, and was engaged in the battle of Long Island under General PARSONS. In the October returns, shortly before the battle at White Plains, he appears as one of the only nine company officers in camp fit for duty. His Cincinnati certificate, dated 1786, states that he was a Captain.

CHAPIN, James Henry (deceased), of Meriden, Connecticut; clergyman and professor of geology; born at Leavenworth, Indiana. Grandson of Samuel CHAPIN (1760- ), who served in a Massachusetts regiment in the revolutionary war, and was afterward a Captain in the militia.

CHAPIN, (Mrs.), Mary Adella Glazier, wife of Charles Edward CHAPIN, of New York city; born at Glastonbury, Connecticut. Great-great-granddaughter of Silas GLAZIER. [See BATES, Sarah Glazier.] Also, great-granddaughter of Abraham WHEADON, of Guilford, Connecticut (1751-1842), a revolutionary soldier. Also, great-granddaughter of Reuben SKINNER, of Bolton, Connecticut (1750-1802), who marched for the relief of Boston in the Lexington alarm.

CHAPMAN, Dwight, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at New London, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Peter COMSTOCK, of New London, Connecticut (1733- ), a Captain in the 3d regiment, Connecticut militia, at New London, Connecticut, in 1781. Also, great-grandson of Jason CHAPMAN, of New London, Connecticut (1762-1841), who enlisted April, 1781, in a company commanded by Captain Samuel NORTHAM, in Colonel CARTER's regiment, for one year. The company under Captain NORTHAM was detailed to meet the French army in Rhode Island and act as escort in the march to Philipsburg on the Hudson. He was discharged on account of illness, December, 1781. Also, great-great-grandson of Moses WARREN, of Lyme, Connecticut (1725- ), a Captain in the revolutionary service.

CHAPMAN, Henry Abisha, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Deep River, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Lebbeus CHAPMAN, of Westbrook, Connecticut (1752-1833), a drummer in the 9th company, commanded by Captain John ELY, in the 6th Connecticut regiment, Colonel PARSONS, 1775. In 1777 he was a Sergeant in Captain KIRTLAND's company in Colonel Erastus WOLCOTT's regiment at New London, and in 1781 an Ensign in a provisional regiment "ordered by the General Assembly to be raised and put in readiness to march at the shortest notice in case his excellency, General WASHINGTON, should call for them." He was pensioned as a Lieutenant.

CHAPPELL, Alfred Hebard, of New London, Connecticut; merchant; born at New London. Great-great-grandson of Jabez HUNTINGTON. [See BOND, William Williams.] Also, great-grandson of Jedediah HUNTINGTON, of Norwich, Connecticut (1743-1818), who turned out with the Norwich company in the Lexington alarm. July 6, 1775, he was commissioned Colonel of the 8th Connecticut regiment, which was stationed on the Sound until September 14th, when it was ordered to the Boston camps. This regiment was reorganized in 1776 as the 17th Continental. August 24, 1776, it was ordered to the Brooklyn front, and in the battle on Long Island it was surrounded by the enemy, and lost heavily in prisoners. It moved with the main army until after the battle of White Plains, and was disbanded December 31, 1776. January 1, 1777, he was commissioned Colonel of the 1st regiment, Connecticut line, and in May of that year he was made Brigadier-general in the Continental army. He wintered 1777-1778 in command of a brigade of Connecticut regiments at Valley Forge, was present with the main army at Monmouth in June, 1778, and encamped at White Plains, commanding the 2d Connecticut brigade, until his division moved into winter quarters at Redding, 1778-79; commanded the same brigade through the movements of 1779 on the east side of the Hudson; wintered at Morristown, 1779-80; was with the army again on the Hudson, in 1780, and a member of the court that tried ANDRE. He remained in service until 1783, when the army was disbanded. At the close of the war he received the brevet rank of Major-general.

CHAPPELL, Frank Huntington, of New London, Connecticut; merchant; born at New London. Great-great-grandson of Jabez HUNTINGTON. [See BOND, William Williams.] Also, great-grandson of Jedediah HUNTINGTON. [See CHAPPELL, Alfred Hebard.]

CHAPPELL, William Saltonstall, of New London, Connecticut; merchant; born at New London. Great-grandson of Jedediah HUNTINGTON. [See CHAPPELL, Alfred Hebard.] Also, great-great-grandson of Jabez HUNTINGTON. [See BOND, William Williams.]

CHENEY, Charles, of South Manchester, Connecticut; manufacturer; born at Hartford, Connecticut. Great-great-grandson of Timothy CHENEY (1731- ), Captain of a company that marched from the town of Hartford in the Lexington alarm, 1775. Also, great-great-grandson of David HOWELL (1747-1824), a member of Congress under the Confederation from Rhode Island, and later Judge of the United States District Court. Also, descendant of Jonathan WELLES, of East Hartford, Connecticut, a Commissary to provide tents, kettles, etc., for troops detached to serve under PUTNAM on the Hudson during the Burgoyne alarm; Lieutenant-colonel of the 19th regiment, Connecticut militia, 1777.

CHENEY, Frank Woodbridge, of South Manchester, Connecticut; manufacturer; born at Providence, Rhode Island. Great-grandson of Timothy CHENEY. [See CHENEY, Charles.] Also, great-grandson of David HOWELL. [See CHENEY, Charles.] Also, descendant of Jonathan WELLES. [See CHENEY, Charles.]

CHENEY, Knight Dexter, of South Manchester, Connecticut; born at Mount Healthy, Ohio. Great-grandson of Timothy CHENEY. [See CHENEY, Charles.] Also, great-grandson of David HOWELL. [See CHENEY, Charles.] Also, descendant of Jonathan WELLES. [See CHENEY, Charles.]

CHESEBROUGH, Amos Sheffield, of Old Saybrook, Connecticut; clergyman; born at Stonington, Connecticut. Grandson of Nathaniel CHESEBROUGH, of Stonington, Connecticut (1734-1804), a private in the 3d company of the 6th Connecticut Regiment, Colonel Samuel H. PARSONS, raised on the first call for troops, April, 1775. He afterward joined Durkee's regiment, and was taken prisoner at the surrender of Fort Washington, November 16, 1776. After his liberation he enlisted again in the 5th company of the 4th battalion of Connecticut, was made Ensign, and served under General SPENCER in Rhode Island.

CHEW, James Lawrence, of New London, Connecticut; cashier of the Union Bank; born at New London. Great-grandson of Samuel CHEW, commander of the brig, "Resistance," holding a commission from the Naval Committee of the First Congress.

CLARK, Charles Hopkins, of Hartford, Connecticut; editor; born at Hartford, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Jonas CLARK, a soldier in Colonel FELLOWS's Massachusetts regiment, at Roxbury and Dorchester, April, 1775, to February, 1776. He participated in the battle of Bunker Hill.

COE, Charles Pierson, of Bridgeport, Connecticut; merchant; born at Madison, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Thomas COE, of Madison, Connecticut (1759-1827), a member of Captain Daniel HAND's company, in Colonel TALCOTT's regiment, 1776, and a member of Captain Bezaleel BRISTOL's company, in Colonel NEWBERRY's regiment of militia in the service of the state at Fishkill, 1777. Also, great-grandson of Samuel PIERSON, who was a Sergeant in the company which marched from Killingworth, Connecticut, in the Lexington alarm. In 1779 he was a Lieutenant in Captain Bezaleel BRISTOL's company, which went in the alarm to East Haven, July 7, 1779. Also, great-great-grandson of Jedediah COE, who served in the 7th Connecticut regiment, commanded by Colonel Heman SWIFT, in 1780.

COFFIN, Arthur Dexter, of Windsor Locks, Connecticut; born at Windsor Locks. Great-great-grandson of Abraham PIERSON, of Killingworth, Connecticut, Sergeant in Captain BRISTOL's company of militia, which turned out at the time of TRYON's invasion of Connecticut, 1779.

COIT, George Douglas, of Norwich, Connecticut; treasurer of the Chelsea Savings Bank; born at Norwich. Grandson of Lemuel GROSVENOR, (1752- ), of Pomfret. Early in 1776 he served as Quartermaster-sergeant in Colonel John DOUGLAS's regiment, during its two months' service at Cambridge, and later in the same year he was an Ensign in the 7th company in Colonel Samuel MOTT's regiment, raised to reinforce the Continental troops in the Northern department. In June, 1777, he was commissioned 2d Lieutenant in Colonel John ELY's regiment, and served seven months on the Connecticut and Rhode Island coasts. In 1778 he was a 1st Lieutenant in Colonel Samuel MCCLELLAN's regiment, and served one year along Long Island Sound and in the valley of the Hudson. In 1779 he was appointed purchasing Commissary, and devoted his entire energies to forwarding provisions to the army

COLE, Charles J., of Hartford, Connecticut; attorney and counselor-at-law; born at Chatham, Connecticut. Grandson of Abner COLE, of Chatham, Connecticut, who entered service as Corporal in the 2d Connecticut regiment, Colonel Joseph SPENCER, May, 1775. Detachments of officers and men of this regiment were engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill. In 1777 he was a member of the 1st Regiment, Connecticut line, commanded by Colonel Jedediah HUNTINGTON, as Sergeant, January 20, 1777; Sergeant-major, March 1, 1779; Ensign, January 1, 1780. This regiment was engaged on the left flank at Germantown, wintered at Valley Forge, was present at the battle of Monmouth, and in 1779 served on the east side of the Hudson and in repelling TRYON's invasion of Connecticut. In 1781 he was an Ensign in the 5th regiment, Connecticut line, and in 1783 Ensign in the 3d regiment, Connecticut line. He served until the army was disbanded, in June, 1783, and he was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Also, great-grandson of Marcus COLE, of Chatham, Connecticut, Ensign in the 2d Connecticut regiment, Colonel SPENCER's, raised on the first call for troops by the legislature, April-May, 1775. It took post at Roxbury, and served during the siege, until the expiration of its term of service, December, 1775. Detachments of officers and men were engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill, June 17th, and in the Quebec expedition, September to December, 1775. In 1776 he was 1st Lieutenant in the 22d Continental regiment, Colonel Samuel WYLLYS, detached as Assistant Engineer. The following year he was 1st Lieutenant in the 1st regiment, Connecticut line, commanded by Colonel Jedediah HUNTINGTON, and he was in service until February 6, 1778. He is believed to have participated in the battle of Germantown.

COLLIER, Thomas Stephens, of New London, Connecticut; naval officer; born in New York city. Great-great-grandson of Stephen S. STEPHENS, a private soldier in the company of Captain Jacob ONDERDONCK, in the New York State regiment commanded by Colonel Ann Hawkes HAYS.

COLLINS, Atwood, of Hartford, Connecticut; stock broker; born at Hartford. Great-grandson off Moses LYMAN, of Goshen, Connecticut (1743-1829), a Lieutenant in the Northern army operating against Burgoyne in 1777.

COLLINS, William Erastus, of Hartford, Connecticut; journalist; born at Hartford. Great-grandson of Moses LYMAN. [See COLLINS, Atwood.]

COMSTOCK, Albert Seymour, of New Canaan, Connecticut; born at New Canaan. Great-grandson of Thomas COMSTOCK, of New Canaan, Connecticut (1747-1812), a member of Lieutenant John CARTER's company, in the 9th regiment of Connecticut militia, serving on the Westchester border under General WOOSTER in 1776. When Norwalk was burned by the British in 1777, Thomas COMSTOCK provided for the sufferers for a considerable time, and he received a grant of land on the Western reserve from the state of Connecticut as a remuneration for the expense this incurred. Also, great-grandson of Thaddeus HOYT, of Stamford, one of the most fearless and resolute of patriots, who was in Captain WEBB's company of militia at New York in 1776. Also, great-grandson of Isaac LOCKWOOD, of Stamford, Connecticut, member of the General Assembly of Connecticut in 1777, and Captain of the townguard in 1781. He was pensioned.

COMSTOCK, (Mrs.) Cornelia Esther Carter, wife of Albert Seymour COMSTOCK, of New Canaan, Connecticut; born at New Canaan. Great-granddaughter of John CARTER, of New Canaan, Connecticut (1730-1819), a Lieutenant in the 9th regiment of Connecticut militia, commanded by Colonel John MEAD, at New York in 1776. Later in the same year he was with the regiment in active service on the Westchester border under General WOOSTER. He was made Captain of his company in 1777.

COMSTOCK, John Patton, of Hartford, Connecticut; secretary and treasurer; born in New York city. Great-grandson of Robert PATTON, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1755- ), who enlisted in the 11th Pennsylvania regiment; became Captain; was taken prisoner in a skirmish on the 27th of October, 1776, and exchanged at Elizabethtown, January 3, 1781. He went to his home in York; again entered the army; was promoted to be Major, and served under Lafayette. He remained in service throughout the war.

COMSTOCK, William Henry Harrison, of New London, Connecticut; retired merchant; born at Lyme, Connecticut. Grandson of Peter COMSTOCK. [See CHAPMAN, Dwight.] Also, great-grandson of Moses WARREN. [See CHAPMAN, Dwight.]

CONANT, George Albert, of Hartford, Connecticut; lawyer; born at Ithaca, New York. Great-grandson of Sylvanus CONANT, a private soldier, and subsequently a Corporal, in the 2d company of the 3d regiment, General PUTNAM's, 1775. He was in the battle of Bunker Hill, and in the action on New York Island when Colonel KNOWLTON of Ashford fell. Also, great-grandson of Jacob NASH, of Plainfield, Massachusetts, who was in the battle of Bunker Hill.

CONE, James Brewster, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Hartford. Great-grandson of Sylvanus CONE, of East Haddam, Connecticut (1731-1812), who was in the battle of Bunker Hill as a member of the Connecticut forces.

CONKLIN, Harry Shepard, of Hartford, Connecticut; bank-teller; born at Hartford. Great-great-grandson of John BARNARD (1732-1813), Lieutenant in Colonel WOLCOTT's regiment, serving before Boston January to March, 1776. Also, Lieutenant in Colonel CHESTER's regiment, raised in June, 1776, to reinforce WASHINGTON in New York, which was stationed at the Flatbush pass on Long Island, August 26th, and engaged in the battle of the following day, in which it narrowly escaped capture. It was also in the retreat from New York, and engaged at White Plains, October 28th. He was commissioned January 1, 1777, Captain in the 3d regiment, Connecticut line. In this capacity he served until the reorganization of the regiments, January, 1781, and his diary indicates that he continued in the service until the end of the war, and was present at the surrender of CORNWALLIS, October 19, 1781. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.

CONKLIN, William Palmer, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Hartford. Great-great-grandson of John BARNARD. [See CONKLIN, Harry Shepard.]

CONVERSE, Alfred Woods, of Windsor Locks, Connecticut; treasurer of the Windsor Locks Savings Bank; born at Stafford, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Jesse CONVERSE, of Stafford, Connecticut (1745- ), a member of the 3d company of the 2d Connecticut regiment, commanded by General Joseph SPENCER in 1775. Detachments of officers and men of this regiment were engaged at the battle of Bunker Hill, and in ARNOLD's expedition, September-December, 1775.

CONVERSE, Charles Augustus, of Norwich, Connecticut; manufacturer; born at Salem, Massachusetts. Grandson of Joshua CONVERSE, of Massachusetts (1740- ), who was killed at Bunker Hill.

COOLEY, Francis Rexford, of Hartford, Connecticut; broker; born in New York city. Great-great-grandson of Timothy ROBINSON, a Sergeant who fought at Ticonderoga, and was afterward made Colonel in the colonial army. Also, a member of the first and third provincial congresses of Massachusetts. Also, great-great-grandson of Elisha PORTER, of Hadley, Massachusetts, Colonel of a Massachusetts regiment, serving under General GATES at Saratoga. He was detailed by General GATES to convey BURGOYNE, as a prisoner, to Boston. On the journey the party passed through Hadley, and Colonel PORTER entertained General BURGOYNE at his house. As a mark of esteem the General presented his dress sword and tent equipments to his host. They are now in possession of his descendant, Samuel D. SMITH, of Hadley.

CORBIN, Algernon Booth, of Newport, Rhode Island; born at Cincinnati, Ohio. Great-grandson of Theophilus M. SMITH (1757-1849), a Captain in the revolutionary army from Connecticut.

CORBIN, Frank Addison, of New Haven, Connecticut; born at Cincinnati, Ohio. Great-grandson of Theophilus M. SMITH. [See CORBIN, Algernon Booth.]

CORNWALL, Edward Everett, of New York city; physician; born in the city of Buenos Ayres, Argentine Confederation. Great-great-grandson of Eber STOCKING, of Chatham, Connecticut (1756-1828), who in 1776 was a private soldier in BRADLEY's battalion, WADSWORTH's brigade. In 1777 he was a member of the 5th regiment, Connecticut line, commanded by Colonel Philip Burr BRADLEY, in the company of Captain Joseph Allyn WRIGHT; a corporal, March 25, 1777, and a Sergeant, March 1, 1780. This regiment was engaged in the battle of Germantown in 1777, wintered at Valley Forge 1777-78, and was present at the battle of Monmouth. The 5th Connecticut became part of the 2d regiment, Connecticut line, in the formation of 1781, and Sergeant STOCKING continued in the service.

CORNWALL, Henry Augustus, of Portland, Connecticut; born at Portland. Great-grandson of Andrew CORNWALL, of Chatham, Connecticut (1759- ), a private soldier in Lieutenant David SMITH's company, Colonel BELDEN's regiment, of General Erastus WOLCOTT's brigade, at Peekskill, March-June, 1777.

CORNWALL, Horace, of Hartford, Connecticut; counselor-at-law; born at Burlington, Connecticut. Grandson of Benjamin CORNWALL.

COTHREN, William, of Woodbury, Connecticut. Great-grandson of William COCHRANE, of Falmouth, Massachusetts, who served successively as Corporal, Sergeant, and 2d Lieutenant in the companies of Captains GRANNISS and Elisha NYE in the Massachusetts troops, in the war of the revolution.

COUCH, Darius Nash, late Major-general in the United States army; of Norwalk, Connecticut; born at South East, New York. Grandson of Thomas COUCH, of Fairfield, Connecticut, Quartermaster of the 5th Connecticut regiment, commanded by Colonel David WATERBURY in 1775. This regiment went to New York in the latter part of June, 1775, and in September marched to the Northern department and took part in the operation along Lakes George and Champlain.

COUNTRYMAN, Franklin, of North Branford, Connecticut; clergyman; born at New Haven, Connecticut. Great-great-grandson of Jacob COUNTRYMAN (1739- ), a private soldier in Colonel CLYDE's regiment of the line, Tryon county, New York.

COUNTRYMAN, William Arthur, of Hartford, Connecticut; chief clerk of the Bureau of Labor Statistics; born at New Haven, Connecticut. Great-great-grandson of Jacob COUNTRYMAN. [See COUNTRYMAN, Franklin.]

COWELL, George Hubert, of Waterbury, Connecticut; lawyer; born at Waterbury. Great-great-grandson of Gideon HOTCHKISS, of Waterbury, Connecticut (1716-1807), who served in both the French and revolutionary wars; the traditions of the family are that he was an officer. He was, and is, spoken of as Captain Gideon. Also, great-great-grandson of John BALDWIN, killed in defense of New Haven, July 5, 1779.

COWLES, Edwin Stephen, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Poquonock, Connecticut. Great-great-grandson of Daniel KING, who marched with a Suffield company in the Lexington alarm. Also, a member of Captain GRANGER's company, of General WATERBURY's State brigade, raised for the defense of the sea coast in 1781.

COWLES, Frank, of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Suffield, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Daniel KING. [See COWLES, Edwin Stephen.]

COWLES, Ruel Pardee (deceased), of New Haven, Connecticut; manufacturer; born at Berlin, Connecticut. Grandson of Jabez COWLES, a private in Captain Selah HEART'' company, in Colonel Erastus WOLCOTT's regiment, 1776. Also, grandson of Chandler PARDEE, a member of Captain BRADLEY's company of artillery, raised for the defense of New Haven. He was severely wounded July 5, 1779, taken prisoner, and carried to New York.

COWLES, Samuel W., of Hartford, Connecticut; born at Farmington, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Seth GRIDLEY, of Farmington, Connecticut, a revolutionary soldier.

CRUMP, John G., of New London, Connecticut. Great-grandson of Richard LAW, midshipman on the American ship "Trumbull," fitted out from New London.

CURTIN, Roland Gideon, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; physician; born at Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Great-grandson of the Reverend Aaron KINNE, of Groton, Connecticut (1745-1824), Chaplain of the force assembled for the defense of Fort Griswold in 1781, under the command of Colonel William LEDYARD.

CUTLER, Ralph William, of Hartford, Connecticut; president of the Hartford Trust Company; born at Newton, Massachusetts. Great-grandson of Ebenezer CUTLER (1747- ), a private in Captain "Ruben READ's" company of Western, Massachusetts, in the Lexington alarm. He probably performed other service, for in 1782 his name appears upon the records of the town of Western as Lieutenant Ebenezer CUTLER.
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