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 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
36
 page 274
 Mrs. Irma Maduro Peixotto Sellars.
 35744

 Mrs. Irma Maduro Peixotto Sellars.
 DAR ID Number: 35744
 Born in New York, N. Y.
 Wife of Thomas Creighton Sellars.
 Descendant of Jonas Phillips.
 [p.274] Daughter of Daniel Levi Maduro Peixotto and Ida Julia Solomons,
his wife.
 Granddaughter of Adolphus S. Solomons and Rachel Seixas Phillips, his
wife.
 

 [p.152] Miss Bonnie Jean Cummings.
 DAR ID Number: 69426
 Born in Warren County, Tenn.
 Descendant of Joseph Cummings.
 Daughter of Gabriel Penn Cummings, Jr. (b. 1856), and Elizabeth Smartt
(b. 1856), his wife, m.
 1879.
 Granddaughter of Gabriel Penn Cummings (1813-77) and Elizabeth Plumlee
(1815-78), his wife,
 m. 1834.
 Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Cummings and Rose Colyar Sellars (b. 1767),
his wife.
 Joseph Cummings (1762-1853) was placed on the pension roll, 1833, of
Henry County, Va., for
 service as private, 1781, in Capt. John Renfro's company, at the
surrender of Cornwallis. He
 was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Van Buren County, Tenn.
 

 Mrs. Hadassah Maria Hawkins Bradford.
 DAR ID Number: 80682
 Born in Eaton, Ohio.
 Wife of Thomas Hamilton Bradford.
 Descendant of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Benjamin Worthington Hawkins (1793-1857) and Ruth Thompson
Sellars
 (1793-1887), his wife.
 Granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christena Worthington (1762-1813),
his wife.
 Samuel Hawkins (1762-1814) served as a private in the infantry,
Virginia State Line. He was
 born in Botetourt County, Va.; died in Easton, Preble County, Ohio.

 Mrs. Caroline Frances Bowen.
 DAR ID Number: 81915
 Born in Green Castle, Ind.
 Wife of Nathaniel Washington Bowen.
 Descendant of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Martin Joseph Maher (1819-70) and Hadassah Maria Hawkins
(b. 1830), his wife,
 m. 1849.
 Granddaughter of Benjamin Worthington Hawkins (1793-1857) and Ruth
Thompson Sellars
 (1793-1887), his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christinia Worthington
(1762-1813), his wife, m.
 1783.
 Samuel Hawkins (1762-1814) served as private in the infantry, Virginia
State Line; was at
 Yorktown and Valley Forge. He was born in Botetourt County, Va.; died
in Eaton, Preble
 County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Sarah L. Johnson Berliner.
 DAR ID Number: 92256
 Born in Cherokee County, Tex.
 Wife of Bero Berliner.
 Descendant of Robert Leonard, as follows:
 1. Harvey Smythe Johnson (1823-1903) m. 1845 Jane Riley Leonard
(1819-98).
 2. Robert Leonard (1783-1843) m. 1803 Rachel Dunlap (d. 1864).
 3. Thomas Leonard (b. 1762) m. 1782 Hannah Jeems.
 4. Robert Leonard m. 1760 Honor Sellars.
 Robert Leonard enlisted, 1779, in the 7th Maryland regiment, Captain
Reynold's company. He
 was born in Wales; died in Maryland.
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 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume
98
 [p.313] INDEX
 page 111
 Mrs. Mortimer Delville Martin Blakeslee.
 97346

 Mrs. Mortimer Delville Martin Blakeslee.
 DAR ID Number: 97346
 Born in Robertson, Ky.
 Wife of Edwin Crittenden Blakeslee.
 Descendant of Joseph Perrin, as follows:
 1. Edwin Wilder Martin (b. 1845) m. 1866 Julia Doyal (b. 1847).
 2. Mortimer Delville Martin (1822-1911) m. 1843 Zerilda Ann Sellars (b.
1825).
 

 Mrs. Anna Jeffries Sellars Clemmons.
 DAR ID Number: 97697
 Born in Hickman County, Ky.
 Wife of Charles Palmer Clemmons.
 Descendant of William Burnett, as follows:
 1. James Witherspoon Sellars (b. 1849) m. 1st 1873 Louisa Clay Burnett
(1854-95).
 2. Brooking Jeffries Burnett (1799-1892) m. 2nd 1853 Martha Sharp Perry
(b. 1836).
 3. William Burnett m. Martha Jeffries.
 William Burnett (1748-1844) received bounty land for service as private
in the Virginia troops.
 He was born in Mecklenburg County, Va.; died in Rutherford County,
Tenn.
 

 Mrs. Maud Sellars Myers.
 DAR ID Number: 106188
 Born in Bloom City, Wis.
 Wife of Douglas Johnson Myers.
 Descendant of William Spry, as follows:
 1. Jonas Melick Sellars (b. 1845) m. 1867 Elnora Lorena Downs (b.
1848).
 2. Samuel L. Downs (1818-98) m. 1844 Esther J. Scoles (1824-95).
 3. Josephus Downs (1795-1868) m. 1815 Mary Spry (1796-1872).
 4. William Spry m. 2nd Ruth — (d. 1845).
 William Spry (1756-1836) was placed on the pension roll of Knox County,
Ohio, 1833, for
 service as private, Maryland militia. He was born in Maryland; died in
Knox County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Blanche W. Sellars Yarger.
 DAR ID Number: 106194
 Born in Red Cloud, Nebr.
 Wife of Oscar Perry Yarger.
 Descendant of William Spry, as follows:
 1. Jonas Melick Sellars (b. 1845) m. 1867 Elnora Lorena Downs (b.
1848).
 

 [p.249] Mrs. Anzumetta Irwin Conn.
 DAR ID Number: 108814
 Born in Clinton, Ill.
 Wife of Robert L. Conn.
 Descendant of John Purvines, as follows:
 1. Mathew Drennen Irwin (b. 1840) m. 1867 Sarah Sophia Lanterman (b.
1842).
 2. Peter Lanterman (1795-1866) m. 1822 Eliza Sellars Purvines
(1805-82).
 3. John Purvines m. 2nd Elizabeth Lisemby.
 John Purvines (1763-1833) served 1779-82 as private under different
commands, South
 Carolina troops. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Sangamon
County, Ill.
 

 Miss Frances Blatchford De Krafft.
 DAR ID Number: 8703
 Born in Illinois.
 Descendant of Capt. John Pearson, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of J. C. P. de Krafft, U. S. N., and Elizabeth Sellers
Pearson, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Albert Gallatin Pearson and Sarah Atkinson, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pearson and Alice Ash, his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Pearson and Ann Bevan, his wife.
 John Pearson, 1776, was a member of the Assembly and lieutenant of
militia. He was promoted
 to captain in 1777 and served to the close of the war. He died in Darby
in 1829, at the advanced
 age of eighty-nine.
 

 Mrs. Jane Nighswonger.
 DAR ID Number: 14475
 Born in Tennessee.
 Wife of J. Nighswonger.
 Descendant of Howell Sellers, of North Carolina.
 Daughter of Howell Sellers and Margaret Conner, his wife.
 Howell Sellers, (1762-1842), served under different commands with the
South Carolina troops.
 He was at the battles of Stono Ferry, Brier Creek and at the siege of
Savannah. He was born in
 Chatham county, N. C., and was a pensioner from Pike county, Ill.,
where he died.
 

 Mrs. Harriet De Krafft Woods.
 DAR ID Number: 14790
 Born in Illinois.
 Widow of Arthur Tannatt Woods.
 [p.296] Descendant of Capt. John Pearson, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of J. C. P. de Krafft, Admiral, U. S. N., and Elizabeth
Sellers Pearson, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Albert Gallatin Pearson and Sarah Atkinson, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pearson and Alice Ash, his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Pearson and Anna Bevan, his first wife.
 John Pearson, (1740-1829), served as a member of Assembly, 1776. He was
lieutenant in the
 First Regiment, 1777, was promoted captain and served to the close of
the war. He was born at
 Darby, where he died.
 

 Mrs. Alice Sellers Moody Howe.
 DAR ID Number: 17630
 Born in San Francisco, Cal.
 Wife of Alfred Leighton Howe.
 Descendant of Christopher Doughty.
 Daughter of Robert Moody and Elizabeth Benny Sellers, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Francis Sellers and Priscilla Carmen Benny, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of James Benny and Elizabeth Doughty, his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Doughty and Margaret Morris, his
wife.
 

 Mrs. Elizabeth Benny Sellers Moody
 DAR ID Number: 17633
 Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
 Wife of Robert Moody.
 Descendant of Christopher Doughty.
 Daughter of Francis Sellers and Priscilla Carmen Benny, his wife.
 

 Mrs. Mildred Sellers Almy.
 DAR ID Number: 24357
 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 Wife of William Ellery Almy.
 Descendant of John Keen, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of John Sellers, Jr., and Ann Caroline Keen, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Joseph Swift Keen and Ann Longstreth, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Keen and Mildred Cooke, his wife.
 John Keen, (1747-1832), served in Capt. Richard Humphrey's company,
Cadawallader's
 division of state troops. He was at the battle of Princeton where he
was injured. He was born in
 Philadelphia, where he died.
 

 Mrs. Jeannette E. Hartupee Mckee.
 DAR ID Number: 24373
 Born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
 Wife of Henry Sellers McKee.
 Descendant of Capt. William Hartupee and of Aaron Mershon.
 Daughter of Andrew Hartupee and Louise David Cook, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Aaron Hartupee and Isabella White, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of William Hartupee and Jane Mershon, his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Mershon and Mary Gapin, his wife.
 [p.134] William Hartupee, (1756-1844), served as captain of Middlesex
County, New Jersey
 militia. He was born in Cranbury, N. J.; died in Pittsburg, Pa.
 Aaron Mershon, (1740-76), was a private in the New Jersey state troops
at the battle of Long
 Island, where he lost his life. He was born in Trenton, N. J.
 

 Miss Lilla Sellers Pechin.
 DAR ID Number: 27901
 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 Descendant of Christopher Pechin and of Christiana Bright Pechin, of
Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of John Christopher Pechin (1797-1863) and Margaret Cash (b.
1812), his wife, m.
 1833.
 Granddaughter of John Pechin (1768-1860) and Ann Wallace (1766-1826),
his wife, m. 1793.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Pechin and Christiana Bright
(1747-1835), his wife, m. 1765.
 See No. 27878.
 Christopher Pechin, (1737-79), was a member of the Patriotic
Association of Philadelphia. He
 was born in Europe, of Hugenot parents; was an invalid and having
abundant means contributed
 liberally to the cause of the Colonies.
 

 [p.317] Mrs. Susan S. Cooper.
 DAR ID Number: 31856
 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 Wife of David Cooper.
 Descendant of Lieut. John Claypoole, Elizabeth (Griscom) Claypoole.
 Daughter of Abram Sellers and Susan Claypoole Wilson, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Jacob Wilson and Clarissa Sidney Claypoole, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Claypoole and Elizabeth Griscom (Ross), his
wife.
 

 Mrs. Frances Mary La Motte.
 DAR ID Number: 32484
 Born in London, England.
 Wife of Henry La Motte.
 Descendant of Ensign Nathan Sellers, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of Robert Simpson and Charlotte Harrold, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Alfred Harrold and Elizabeth C. Sellers, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Coleman Sellers, (1781-1834) and Sophonisba Peale,
(1786-1859), his
 wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Sellers and Elizabeth Coleman,
(1756-1831), his wife, m.
 1779.
 Nathan Sellers, (1751-1830), volunteered in the Flying Camp, 1776, in
Col. Jonathan Paschal's
 battalion of Associators but returned to assist the government in
making paper for Continental
 money. In 1778 he was appointed by the Committee [p.163] of Safety to
make a military survey
 of the Delaware River. He was born in Delaware Co., Pa., where he died.
 
 

 Mrs. Ella Simms Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 32703
 Born in Orangeburg, South Carolina.
 Widow of George D. Sellers.
 Descendant of Lieut. Col. (Michael) Christopher Rowe, of South
Carolina.
 Daughter of Capt. John Chevillette Rowe and Anne Augusta Pau, his wife.

 Granddaughter of Capt. Donald Rowe, (b. 1777) and Ann (Rickenbacker)
Sabb, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of (Michael) Christopher Roew and Ann Chevillette
Sabb, his 2d wife, m.
 1771.
 Christopher Rowe, (1715-88), was lieutenant colonel of the [p.238]
local militia of Orangeburg
 District, 1775. He served as Justice of the Peace, 1776, and was a
member of the Committee of
 St. Matthews Parish.
 

 Mrs. Cyntha Buffington.
 DAR ID Number: 34629
 Born in Pike County, Illinois.
 Widow of John Buffington.
 Descendant of Howell Sellers.
 Daughter of Howell Sellers and Margaret Conner, his wife.
 Howell Sellers, (1762-1842), served under different commands in the
South Carolina line and
 was at the battles of Stone Ferry, Briar Creek and the siege of
Savannah. He was [p.220] born
 in Chatham county, N. C., and was a pensioner from Pike county, Ill.,
where he died.
 

 [p.116] Mrs. Susie, Ingeborg Clark Grier.
 DAR ID Number: 37322
 Born in Lynn, Massachusetts.
 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Delaware.
 Daughter of George Theodore Clark and Harriet Sellers Aldrich, his
wife.
 Granddaughter of Thomas Clark and Ingeborg Bryan, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766.
 John Clark, (1737-91), was sheriff 1775, served in the Flying Camp,
1777, and was captain of
 militia, 1778. He was born and died in Delaware City.
 

 Mrs. Marguerite Graffstedt Hamilton.
 DAR ID Number: 37401
 Born in Brooklyn, New York.
 Wife of James Sellers Hamilton.
 Descendant of Sergt. John William Van Vredenburgh, Smith Weed and
Benjamin Weed, Jr.
 Daughter of Hilario Hilmer Graffstedt and Louise Stuart, Hopkins, his
wife.
 Granddaughter of John Richards Hopkins and Amelia M. Weed, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Weed and Cornelia Van Vredenburgh, his
wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Smith Weed and Mary Skelding, his first wife;
William John Van
 Vredenburgh (1760-1813) and Elizabeth Townsend (1763-98), his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Weed, Jr. and Sarah Smith, his
second wife, m. 1747;
 John William Van Vredenburgh and Marytja Van Wagenen (1734-73), his
wife, m. 1755.
 John William Van Vredenburg, (1730-94), served as sergeant in a
grenadier company 1775-76.
 He was in Col. John Lasher's New York militia regiment at White Plains
when he was
 recommended for promotion by his superior officers [p.145] on account
of his efficient service.
 His son William at the age of seventeen, served as a soldier.
 Smith Weed, (1755-1839), volunteered in Tryon's invasion and served in
the Connecticut
 commissary. He was born in Stamford, Conn.; died in Albany, N. Y.
 Benjamin Weed, Jr., was a member of the Committee of Safety of
Stamford, 1775. He was born
 1707 in Stamford, Conn., where he died.
 

 Mrs. Katherine Braddock Braddock.
 DAR ID Number: 42716
 Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
 Wife of Frederick McCausland Braddock.
 Descendant of Raphael Braddock, Capt. James Phillips and Ensign John
Burson.
 Daughter of John Sellers Braddock (b. 1844) and Margaret Burson (b.
1851), his wife, m.
 1869.
 Granddaughter of David Braddock (b. 1813) and Katherine Headington, his
wife; Edward
 Burson (1824-1900) and Patience Anne McBurney (1823-60), his wife, m.
1848.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Braddock and Susanna Sellers, his wife;
Nicholas Headington
 (1789-1856) and Ruth Phillips (1794-1865), his wife, m. 1821; Joseph
Benson, 3d
 (1796-1863) and Margaret Burson (1796-1860), his first wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Braddock and Annie Bowers, his wife;
James Phillips and
 Rachel Frizzell, his wife; James Burson, 2nd, (1763-1820) and Jane
Oilton (1764-1821) his first
 wife.
 [p.269] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Raphael Braddock and Minerva
Williams, his wife; John
 Burson and Jane Whinery (1735-80), his wife.
 Raphael Braddock, (1730-1803), joined the sons of Liberty of Maryland
and volunteered as a
 private in the militia. He served to the close of the war. In 1789 he
removed to Washington Co.,
 Pa., where he died.
 James Phillips, (1756-1811), was commander of the sloop, “General Lee.”
He was born and
 died in Baltimore, Md.
 John Burson, (1739-99), served as ensign from Bucks Co., Pa., where he
was born and died.
 

 Mrs. Julia Bowen Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 46551
 Born in Tuskegee, Ala.
 Wife of John Allen Sellers.
 Descendant of Lieut. John Bowen, Maj. Samuel Smith, Col. William Bryan
and Col. John
 Hinton.
 Daughter of William Banks Bowen and Julia Mary Smith, his 2nd wife.
 Granddaughter of William Urquehart Bowen and Anna Banks, his wife;
James Hinton Smith and
 Nancy Bryan, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Bowen and Rachel Clarke, his wife; Edwin Smith
and Temperance
 Hinton, his wife; John Bryan and Patsy Hinton, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Sally McCullers, his wife;
William Bryan and Elizabeth
 Smith, his wife; James Hinton and Delilah Hunter, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hinton and Grizell Kimbrough, his wife.
 John Bowen (1758-90) served as lieutenant in the Continental line of
Virginia, and his
 descendants received five hundred and fifty-five acres of land allowed
a lieutenant.
 Samuel Smith was appointed major of North Carolina militia by the
Provincial Congress, which
 assembled at Halifax, 1776. He was born 1744 in Virginia; died in North
Carolina.
 William Bryan was a delegate to the convention at Hillsboro 1775. He
was a member of the
 Provincial Congress at Halifax in 1776 which organized the militia of
the State and appointed him
 colonel for Johnston County.
 Also No. 7729.
 [p.250] John Hinton was colonel of militia. He served on the Committee
of Safety and the
 Provincial Congress of Wake County, N. C., where in 1784 he died. His
son, John, served as
 major.
 

 Mrs. Margaret Braddock Sturges.
 DAR ID Number: 49667
 Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
 Wife of Hale Sturges.
 Descendant of Raphael Braddock.
 Daughter of John Sellers Braddock (b. 1844) and Margaret Burson (b.
1851), his wife (m.
 1869).
 Granddaughter of David Braddock (b. 1813) and Katherine Headington, his
wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Joshua Braddock and Susanna Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Braddock and Annie Bowers, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Raphael Braddock and Minerva Williams, his
wife.
 Raphael Braddock (1730-1803) joined the Sons of Liberty of Maryland and
volunteered as a
 private in the militia. He served to the close of the war. In 1789 he
removed to Washington
 County, Pa., where he died.
 

 Mrs. Eva Hageman Little.
 DAR ID Number: 50274
 Born in Lebanon, Ohio.
 Wife of John Little.
 Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Dennis.
 Daughter of Joseph Hageman and Amanda Jane Longstreth, his wife.
 Granddaughter of George Longstreth and Elizabeth Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Longstreth and Isabella Dennis, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Dennis and Hannah Little, his wife.
 Benjamin Dennis, in 1776, was commissioned captain of the third
regiment, Monmouth County,
 New Jersey militia. He died, 1779, in New Jersey.
 

 Mrs. Katherine Mccoy Braddock.
 DAR ID Number: 50589
 Born in Cadillac, Mich.
 Wife of John Sellers Braddock, Jr.
 Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Merrill.
 Daughter of Daniel McCoy and Gail Lyon Ayer, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Alvan Bacon Ayer and Martha Lyon, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Ayer and Ruth Merrill, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abel Merrill and Elizabeth Page, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Merrill and Elizabeth Bradbury, his
wife.
 Samuel Merrill (1728-1822), served as lieutenant under Capt. John Alden
and Capt. Jeremiah
 Hill. He was born in Salisbury, Mass.; died in Buxton, Maine.
 

 Mrs. Frances Mary La Motte.
 DAR ID Number: 32484
 Born in London, England.
 Wife of Henry La Motte.
 Descendant of Ensign Nathan Sellers, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of Robert Simpson and Charlotte Harrold, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Alfred Harrold and Elizabeth C. Sellers, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Coleman Sellers, (1781-1834) and Sophonisba Peale,
(1786-1859), his
 wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Sellers and Elizabeth Coleman,
(1756-1831), his wife, m.
 1779.
 Nathan Sellers, (1751-1830), volunteered in the Flying Camp, 1776, in
Col. Jonathan Paschal's
 battalion of Associators but returned to assist the government in
making paper for Continental
 money. In 1778 he was appointed by the Committee [p.163] of Safety to
make a military survey
 of the Delaware River. He was born in Delaware Co., Pa., where he died.
 

 Mrs. Ella Simms Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 32703
 Born in Orangeburg, South Carolina.
 Widow of George D. Sellers.
 Descendant of Lieut. Col. (Michael) Christopher Rowe, of South
Carolina.
 Daughter of Capt. John Chevillette Rowe and Anne Augusta Pau, his wife.

 Granddaughter of Capt. Donald Rowe, (b. 1777) and Ann (Rickenbacker)
Sabb, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of (Michael) Christopher Roew and Ann Chevillette
Sabb, his 2d wife, m.
 1771.
 Christopher Rowe, (1715-88), was lieutenant colonel of the [p.238]
local militia of Orangeburg
 District, 1775. He served as Justice of the Peace, 1776, and was a
member of the Committee of
 St. Matthews Parish.
 

 Mrs. Cyntha Buffington.
 DAR ID Number: 34629
 Born in Pike County, Illinois.
 Widow of John Buffington.
 Descendant of Howell Sellers.
 Daughter of Howell Sellers and Margaret Conner, his wife.
 Howell Sellers, (1762-1842), served under different commands in the
South Carolina line and
 was at the battles of Stone Ferry, Briar Creek and the siege of
Savannah. He was [p.220] born
 in Chatham county, N. C., and was a pensioner from Pike county, Ill.,
where he died.
 

 [p.116] Mrs. Susie, Ingeborg Clark Grier.
 DAR ID Number: 37322
 Born in Lynn, Massachusetts.
 Descendant of Capt. John Clark, of Delaware.
 Daughter of George Theodore Clark and Harriet Sellers Aldrich, his
wife.
 Granddaughter of Thomas Clark and Ingeborg Bryan, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Mary Adams, his wife, m. 1766.
 John Clark, (1737-91), was sheriff 1775, served in the Flying Camp,
1777, and was captain of
 militia, 1778. He was born and died in Delaware City.
 

 Mrs. Marguerite Graffstedt Hamilton.
 DAR ID Number: 37401
 Born in Brooklyn, New York.
 Wife of James Sellers Hamilton.
 Descendant of Sergt. John William Van Vredenburgh, Smith Weed and
Benjamin Weed, Jr.
 Daughter of Hilario Hilmer Graffstedt and Louise Stuart, Hopkins, his
wife.
 Granddaughter of John Richards Hopkins and Amelia M. Weed, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Weed and Cornelia Van Vredenburgh, his
wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Smith Weed and Mary Skelding, his first wife;
William John Van
 Vredenburgh (1760-1813) and Elizabeth Townsend (1763-98), his wife.
 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Weed, Jr. and Sarah Smith, his
second wife, m. 1747;
 John William Van Vredenburgh and Marytja Van Wagenen (1734-73), his
wife, m. 1755.
 John William Van Vredenburg, (1730-94), served as sergeant in a
grenadier company 1775-76.
 He was in Col. John Lasher's New York militia regiment at White Plains
when he was
 recommended for promotion by his superior officers [p.145] on account
of his efficient service.
 His son William at the age of seventeen, served as a soldier.
 Smith Weed, (1755-1839), volunteered in Tryon's invasion and served in
the Connecticut
 commissary. He was born in Stamford, Conn.; died in Albany, N. Y.
 Benjamin Weed, Jr., was a member of the Committee of Safety of
Stamford, 1775. He was born
 1707 in Stamford, Conn., where he died.
 

 Mrs. Katherine Braddock Braddock.
 DAR ID Number: 42716
 Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
 Wife of Frederick McCausland Braddock.
 Descendant of Raphael Braddock, Capt. James Phillips and Ensign John
Burson.
 Daughter of John Sellers Braddock (b. 1844) and Margaret Burson (b.
1851), his wife, m.
 1869.
 Granddaughter of David Braddock (b. 1813) and Katherine Headington, his
wife; Edward
 Burson (1824-1900) and Patience Anne McBurney (1823-60), his wife, m.
1848.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Braddock and Susanna Sellers, his wife;
Nicholas Headington
 (1789-1856) and Ruth Phillips (1794-1865), his wife, m. 1821; Joseph
Benson, 3d
 (1796-1863) and Margaret Burson (1796-1860), his first wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Braddock and Annie Bowers, his wife;
James Phillips and
 Rachel Frizzell, his wife; James Burson, 2nd, (1763-1820) and Jane
Oilton (1764-1821) his first
 wife.
 [p.269] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Raphael Braddock and Minerva
Williams, his wife; John
 Burson and Jane Whinery (1735-80), his wife.
 Raphael Braddock, (1730-1803), joined the sons of Liberty of Maryland
and volunteered as a
 private in the militia. He served to the close of the war. In 1789 he
removed to Washington Co.,
 Pa., where he died.
 James Phillips, (1756-1811), was commander of the sloop, “General Lee.”
He was born and
 died in Baltimore, Md.
 John Burson, (1739-99), served as ensign from Bucks Co., Pa., where he
was born and died.
 

 Mrs. Julia Bowen Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 46551
 Born in Tuskegee, Ala.
 Wife of John Allen Sellers.
 Descendant of Lieut. John Bowen, Maj. Samuel Smith, Col. William Bryan
and Col. John
 Hinton.
 Daughter of William Banks Bowen and Julia Mary Smith, his 2nd wife.
 Granddaughter of William Urquehart Bowen and Anna Banks, his wife;
James Hinton Smith and
 Nancy Bryan, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Bowen and Rachel Clarke, his wife; Edwin Smith
and Temperance
 Hinton, his wife; John Bryan and Patsy Hinton, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Sally McCullers, his wife;
William Bryan and Elizabeth
 Smith, his wife; James Hinton and Delilah Hunter, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hinton and Grizell Kimbrough, his wife.
 John Bowen (1758-90) served as lieutenant in the Continental line of
Virginia, and his
 descendants received five hundred and fifty-five acres of land allowed
a lieutenant.
 Samuel Smith was appointed major of North Carolina militia by the
Provincial Congress, which
 assembled at Halifax, 1776. He was born 1744 in Virginia; died in North
Carolina.
 William Bryan was a delegate to the convention at Hillsboro 1775. He
was a member of the
 Provincial Congress at Halifax in 1776 which organized the militia of
the State and appointed him
 colonel for Johnston County.
 Also No. 7729.
 [p.250] John Hinton was colonel of militia. He served on the Committee
of Safety and the
 Provincial Congress of Wake County, N. C., where in 1784 he died. His
son, John, served as
 major.
 

 Mrs. Margaret Braddock Sturges.
 DAR ID Number: 49667
 Born in Mount Vernon, Ohio.
 Wife of Hale Sturges.
 Descendant of Raphael Braddock.
 Daughter of John Sellers Braddock (b. 1844) and Margaret Burson (b.
1851), his wife (m.
 1869).
 Granddaughter of David Braddock (b. 1813) and Katherine Headington, his
wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Joshua Braddock and Susanna Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Braddock and Annie Bowers, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Raphael Braddock and Minerva Williams, his
wife.
 Raphael Braddock (1730-1803) joined the Sons of Liberty of Maryland and
volunteered as a
 private in the militia. He served to the close of the war. In 1789 he
removed to Washington
 County, Pa., where he died.
 

 Mrs. Eva Hageman Little.
 DAR ID Number: 50274
 Born in Lebanon, Ohio.
 Wife of John Little.
 Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Dennis.
 Daughter of Joseph Hageman and Amanda Jane Longstreth, his wife.
 Granddaughter of George Longstreth and Elizabeth Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Longstreth and Isabella Dennis, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Dennis and Hannah Little, his wife.
 Benjamin Dennis, in 1776, was commissioned captain of the third
regiment, Monmouth County,
 New Jersey militia. He died, 1779, in New Jersey.
 

 Mrs. Katherine Mccoy Braddock.
 DAR ID Number: 50589
 Born in Cadillac, Mich.
 Wife of John Sellers Braddock, Jr.
 Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Merrill.
 Daughter of Daniel McCoy and Gail Lyon Ayer, his wife.
 Granddaughter of Alvan Bacon Ayer and Martha Lyon, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Aaron Ayer and Ruth Merrill, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abel Merrill and Elizabeth Page, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Merrill and Elizabeth Bradbury, his
wife.
 Samuel Merrill (1728-1822), served as lieutenant under Capt. John Alden
and Capt. Jeremiah
 Hill. He was born in Salisbury, Mass.; died in Buxton, Maine.
 

 Mrs. Nellie Finch Andrews.
 DAR ID Number: 53794
 Born in Lebanon, Ohio.
 Wife of William N. Andrews.
 Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Dennis, of New Jersey.
 Daughter of Philo F. Finch and Mary Longstreth, his wife.
 Granddaughter of George Longstreth and Elizabeth Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Longstreth and Isabella Dennis, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Dennis and Hannah Little, his wife.
 [p.357] Benjamin Dennis, in 1776, was commissioned captain of the 3rd
regiment, Monmouth
 County, New Jersey militia. He died, 1779, in New Jersey.
 

 Miss Caroline Sellers Barnes.
 DAR ID Number: 55422
 Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
 Descendant of Lieut. Jeremiah Clark, of New Jersey.
 Daughter of George Taylor Barnes (1846-1900) and Lucy Sellers, his
wife.
 [p.195] Granddaughter of William Wesley Barnes (1808-63) and Matilda
Clark (1809-90), his
 wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark (1782-1862) and Matilda (De Ford)
Donahue
 (1778-1848), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark and Elizabeth Field, his wife.
 Jeremiah Clark (1744-1803) served as lieutenant of Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was
 born and died in New Jersey.
 

 Mrs. Salome Silvester Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 62092
 Born, 1800, in Hancock County, Me.
 Wife of Joseph Sellers.
 Descendant of Edmund Silvester.
 Daughter of Edmund Silvester and Deborah Cushman, his wife, m. 1784.
 Edmund Silvester (1762-1828) enlisted, 1781, in Capt. Joseph Soper's
company, Col.
 Theophilus Cotton's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in
Marshfield, Mass.; died in
 Deer Isle, Me.
 

 Mrs. Alice Blair Andrews.
 DAR ID Number: 66448
 Born in Round Rock, Texas.
 Wife of Frank Marion Andrews.
 Descendant of Samuel McElroy and of Sergt. George Dickey.
 Daughter of Robert Donald Blair (1834-1910) and Josephine Wilson
(1841-1910), his wife, m.
 1862.
 Granddaughter of Andrew Blair, Jr. (1810-88) and Nancy Sellers
(1810-51), his wife, m. 1830;
 John McElroy Wilson and Ellen Lee (1821-64), his wife, m. 1841.
 [p.168] Gr-granddaughter of Andrew Blair (1774-1857) and Jane Dickey
(1778-1858), his
 wife, m. 1798; James Wilson (1773-1857) and Margarete McElroy
(1773-1834), his wife, m.
 1794.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Dickey and Poly —, his wife, m. 1770;
Samuel McElroy and
 Mary Irvine, his wife, m. 1766.
 George Dickey served as private and sergeant in South Carolina militia,
1781-82. He was born
 in South Carolina; died, 1817, in Huntsville, Ala.
 Samuel McElroy was present as private, at the surrender of Cornwallis.
He was born in
 Cumberland County, Va.; died in Lebanon, Kentucky.
 

 Mrs. Annah Sellers Huddleson Black.
 DAR ID Number: 69666
 Born in Delaware County, Pa.
 Wife of James Hamilton Black.
 Descendant of Ensign Nathan Sellers, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of Henry Huddleson (1831-91) and Elizabeth Sellers Hill
(1829-1904), his wife, m.
 1855.
 Granddaughter of Peter Hill (1783-1857) and Hannah Sellers (1785-1877),
his wife, m. 1824.
 Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Sellers and Elizabeth Coleman (1756-1831),
his wife, m. 1779.
 Nathan Sellers (1751-1830) volunteered as ensign in the Flying Camp,
1776, in Col. Jonathan
 Paschal's battalion of Associators but returned to assist the
government in making paper for
 Continental money. In 1778 he was appointed by the Committee of Safety
to make a military
 survey of the Delaware River. He was born and died in Delaware County.
 

 Mrs. Elizabeth Yockey Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 70941
 Born in Spencer, Ind.
 Wife of Samuel N. Sellers.
 Descendant of Peter Kemble, of Pennsylvania.
 [p.339] Daughter of John F. Yockey (b. 1850) and Anna Dickey
(1854-1901), his wife, m.
 1873.
 Granddaughter of James Dickey (1828-68) and Sophronia Kerby (b. 1827),
his wife, m. 1847.
 Gr-granddaughter of Peter Kerby (1797-1882) and Sophronia Covalt
(1799-1887), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Kerby (d. 1850) and Lydia Kemble (d.
1850), his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Kemble and — Cowles, his wife.
 Peter Kemble served seven years in the Revolutionary War and, 1778, was
in the battle of
 Monmouth. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Pennsylvania.
 

 Mrs. Estella Hawkins Faul.
 DAR ID Number: 72495
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Norvelle G. Faul.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr. (b. 1853), and Genevra Imogene
Jaqua (b. 1859), his
 wife, m. 1876.
 

 Mrs. Sarah G. Hawkins Fulton.
 DAR ID Number: 72496
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Benjamin F. Fulton.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 [p.175] Daughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr. (b. 1853), and Genevra
Imogene Jaqua (b.
 1859), his wife, m. 1876.
 Granddaughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins (1816-53) and Rebecca Shank
(Shunk) (1816-80), his
 wife, m. 1836.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Jay Hawkins (1789-1832) and Nancy Sellers
(1789-1870), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christena Worthington
(1762-1813), his wife;
 Nathan Sellers and Sarah Finley, his wife.
 Nathan Sellers (1762-1826) served as a private in Capt. William Kirk's
company, Chester
 County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died
in Preble County, Ohio.
 Samuel Hawkins served as a private in the infantry, Virginia State
Line. He was born in Botetourt
 County, Va.; died in Easton, Preble County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Grace G. Gilpin Grimes.
 DAR ID Number: 72497
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Levi Grimes.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Levi L. Gilpin (b. 1844) and Nancy A. M. Hawkins
(1846-1904), his wife, m.
 1869.
 Granddaughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins (1816-53) and Rebecca Shank
(Shunk) (1816-80), his
 wife, m. 1836.
 

 Mrs. Mary Helen Gilpin Mckinney.
 DAR ID Number: 72498
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Jesse McKinney.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Levi L. Gilpin (b. 1844) and Nancy A. M. Hawkins
(1846-1904), his wife, m.
 1869.
 

 Mrs. Nellie Finch Andrews.
 DAR ID Number: 53794
 Born in Lebanon, Ohio.
 Wife of William N. Andrews.
 Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Dennis, of New Jersey.
 Daughter of Philo F. Finch and Mary Longstreth, his wife.
 Granddaughter of George Longstreth and Elizabeth Sellers, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Longstreth and Isabella Dennis, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Dennis and Hannah Little, his wife.
 [p.357] Benjamin Dennis, in 1776, was commissioned captain of the 3rd
regiment, Monmouth
 County, New Jersey militia. He died, 1779, in New Jersey.
 
 

 Miss Caroline Sellers Barnes.
 DAR ID Number: 55422
 Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
 Descendant of Lieut. Jeremiah Clark, of New Jersey.
 Daughter of George Taylor Barnes (1846-1900) and Lucy Sellers, his
wife.
 [p.195] Granddaughter of William Wesley Barnes (1808-63) and Matilda
Clark (1809-90), his
 wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark (1782-1862) and Matilda (De Ford)
Donahue
 (1778-1848), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Clark and Elizabeth Field, his wife.
 Jeremiah Clark (1744-1803) served as lieutenant of Essex County, New
Jersey militia. He was
 born and died in New Jersey.

 Mrs. Salome Silvester Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 62092
 Born, 1800, in Hancock County, Me.
 Wife of Joseph Sellers.
 Descendant of Edmund Silvester.
 Daughter of Edmund Silvester and Deborah Cushman, his wife, m. 1784.
 Edmund Silvester (1762-1828) enlisted, 1781, in Capt. Joseph Soper's
company, Col.
 Theophilus Cotton's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in
Marshfield, Mass.; died in
 Deer Isle, Me.
 

 Mrs. Alice Blair Andrews.
 DAR ID Number: 66448
 Born in Round Rock, Texas.
 Wife of Frank Marion Andrews.
 Descendant of Samuel McElroy and of Sergt. George Dickey.
 Daughter of Robert Donald Blair (1834-1910) and Josephine Wilson
(1841-1910), his wife, m.
 1862.
 Granddaughter of Andrew Blair, Jr. (1810-88) and Nancy Sellers
(1810-51), his wife, m. 1830;
 John McElroy Wilson and Ellen Lee (1821-64), his wife, m. 1841.
 [p.168] Gr-granddaughter of Andrew Blair (1774-1857) and Jane Dickey
(1778-1858), his
 wife, m. 1798; James Wilson (1773-1857) and Margarete McElroy
(1773-1834), his wife, m.
 1794.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Dickey and Poly —, his wife, m. 1770;
Samuel McElroy and
 Mary Irvine, his wife, m. 1766.
 George Dickey served as private and sergeant in South Carolina militia,
1781-82. He was born
 in South Carolina; died, 1817, in Huntsville, Ala.
 Samuel McElroy was present as private, at the surrender of Cornwallis.
He was born in
 Cumberland County, Va.; died in Lebanon, Kentucky.
 

 Mrs. Annah Sellers Huddleson Black.
 DAR ID Number: 69666
 Born in Delaware County, Pa.
 Wife of James Hamilton Black.
 Descendant of Ensign Nathan Sellers, of Pennsylvania.
 Daughter of Henry Huddleson (1831-91) and Elizabeth Sellers Hill
(1829-1904), his wife, m.
 1855.
 Granddaughter of Peter Hill (1783-1857) and Hannah Sellers (1785-1877),
his wife, m. 1824.
 Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Sellers and Elizabeth Coleman (1756-1831),
his wife, m. 1779.
 Nathan Sellers (1751-1830) volunteered as ensign in the Flying Camp,
1776, in Col. Jonathan
 Paschal's battalion of Associators but returned to assist the
government in making paper for
 Continental money. In 1778 he was appointed by the Committee of Safety
to make a military
 survey of the Delaware River. He was born and died in Delaware County.
 

 Mrs. Elizabeth Yockey Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 70941
 Born in Spencer, Ind.
 Wife of Samuel N. Sellers.
 Descendant of Peter Kemble, of Pennsylvania.
 [p.339] Daughter of John F. Yockey (b. 1850) and Anna Dickey
(1854-1901), his wife, m.
 1873.
 Granddaughter of James Dickey (1828-68) and Sophronia Kerby (b. 1827),
his wife, m. 1847.
 Gr-granddaughter of Peter Kerby (1797-1882) and Sophronia Covalt
(1799-1887), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Kerby (d. 1850) and Lydia Kemble (d.
1850), his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Kemble and — Cowles, his wife.
 Peter Kemble served seven years in the Revolutionary War and, 1778, was
in the battle of
 Monmouth. He was born in Philadelphia; died in Pennsylvania.
 

 Mrs. Estella Hawkins Faul.
 DAR ID Number: 72495
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Norvelle G. Faul.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr. (b. 1853), and Genevra Imogene
Jaqua (b. 1859), his
 wife, m. 1876.
 

 Mrs. Sarah G. Hawkins Fulton.
 DAR ID Number: 72496
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Benjamin F. Fulton.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 [p.175] Daughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr. (b. 1853), and Genevra
Imogene Jaqua (b.
 1859), his wife, m. 1876.
 Granddaughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins (1816-53) and Rebecca Shank
(Shunk) (1816-80), his
 wife, m. 1836.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Jay Hawkins (1789-1832) and Nancy Sellers
(1789-1870), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christena Worthington
(1762-1813), his wife;
 Nathan Sellers and Sarah Finley, his wife.
 Nathan Sellers (1762-1826) served as a private in Capt. William Kirk's
company, Chester
 County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died
in Preble County, Ohio.
 Samuel Hawkins served as a private in the infantry, Virginia State
Line. He was born in Botetourt
 County, Va.; died in Easton, Preble County, Ohio.
 
 

 Mrs. Grace G. Gilpin Grimes.
 DAR ID Number: 72497
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Levi Grimes.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Levi L. Gilpin (b. 1844) and Nancy A. M. Hawkins
(1846-1904), his wife, m.
 1869.
 Granddaughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins (1816-53) and Rebecca Shank
(Shunk) (1816-80), his
 wife, m. 1836.
 

 Mrs. Mary Helen Gilpin Mckinney.
 DAR ID Number: 72498
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Jesse McKinney.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Levi L. Gilpin (b. 1844) and Nancy A. M. Hawkins
(1846-1904), his wife, m.
 1869.
 

 Mrs. Zillah Pearl Hawkins Jones.
 DAR ID Number: 72499
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Dr. Howard Jones.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers, Samuel Hawkins, Gamaliel Jaqua, and
Ensign Silas Gore.
 Daughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins, Jr. (b. 1853), and Genevra Imogene
Jaqua (b. 1859), his
 wife, m. 1876.
 See No. 72496.
 Granddaughter of James Braffett Jaqua (1820-1906) and Eliza Jane Avery
(1829-71), his wife.
 [p.176] Gr-granddaughter of Judson Jaqua and Lucinda Braffett, his
wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Gamaliel Jaqua and Elinor Campbell, his wife;
James Braffett and
 Rebecca Gore, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Silas Gore and Kesiah Yarrington, his wife.
 Gamaliel Jaqua (1764-1835) served as a private in Capt. Matthew Smith's
company, Col. David
 Waterbury's Connecticut regiment. He was placed on the pension roll,
1833, of Preble County,
 Ohio. He was born in Salisbury, Conn.; died in Preble County, Ohio.
 Silas Gore (1747-78) served as ensign in the 5th company, 24th
Connecticut regiment, and was
 slain on the battlefield of Wyoming. He was born in Norwich, Conn.
 Also No. 50697.
 

 Mrs. Nancy A. Cooke-North.
 DAR ID Number: 72500
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Jesse Moxwell (1810-49) and E. Caroline Hawkins (b. 1820),
his wife, m. 1840.
 Granddaughter of John Jay Hawkins (1789-1832) and Nancy Sellers
(1789-1870), his wife, m.
 1810.
 

 Mrs. Aveline Caroline Palmer Smith.
 DAR ID Number: 72501
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of H. K. Smith.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of George N. Miller (1843-82) and Narcissa A. Hawkins
(1846-82), his wife, m.
 1866.
 Granddaughter of Benjamin W. Hawkins (1815-78) and Caroline Ensminger
(1816-1900), his
 wife, m. 1837.
 Gr-granddaughter of John J. Hawkins (1789-1832) and Nancy Sellers
(1789-1870), his wife,
 m. 1810.
 

 Mrs. Flora Van Cleve White.
 DAR ID Number: 72502
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Frank White.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers and of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of David Van Cleve Baker (1839-1909) and Jane Hawkins
(1840-72), his wife, m.
 1859.
 Granddaughter of Nathan Byrd Hawkins (1816-53) and Rebecca Shank
(1816-80), his wife, m.
 1836.
 

 Mrs. Daise Wood Beall.
 DAR ID Number: 74624
 Born in Morgantown, W. Va.
 Wife of Lewis D. Beall.
 Descendant of Capt. Duncan McVicker, Caleb Dorsey, Benjamin Stevens,
and Samuel Tefft.
 Daughter of Joseph M. Wood and Eleanor John, his wife.
 Granddaughter of John Sellers Wood (1818-94) and Elizabeth Smith
(1822-66), his wife, m.
 1842; George W. John (1827-83) and Sisson Dorsey (1826-98), his wife,
m. 1849.
 Gr-granddaughter of Edward Smith and Elizabeth Tefft (b. 1788), his
wife; William John and
 Mary McVicker, his wife; John Stevens Dorsey (1802-55) and Lucy Anne
Wells (1801-73), his
 wife, m. 1823.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Tefft and Amy (Anne) Gardner, his wife,
m. 1770; James
 McVicker and Permelia McNamar, his wife; George Dorsey and Sisson
Stevens (1768-1828),
 his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Duncan McVicker and Nancy McCollums, his
wife; Caleb Dorsey
 and Rebecca Hammond, his 2nd wife, m. 1763; Benjamin Stevens and
Elizabeth Murphy
 (1739-1804), his wife, m. 1760.
 Duncan McVicker (1748-1820) was commissioned lieutenant of the 2nd
regiment of Sussex
 County militia and promoted captain of the same regiment. He was born
in Scotland; died in
 Bedford, Pa.
 Caleb Dorsey was a member of the Committee of Safety from Anne Arundel
County, Md. He
 was born in Maryland before 1743.
 [p.232] Benjamin Stevens (1737-97) served as private in Capt. John
Eggleston's company, Col.
 Thomas Price's regiment, 1780. He was born in Maryland; died in Fayette
County, Pa.
 Samuel Tefft was deputy of the Rhode Island Legislature in 1776. He was
born, 1749, in
 Richmond, R. I.; died after 1794.
 

 Mrs. Elizabeth Caroline Hawkins Clark.
 DAR ID Number: 76859
 Born in Eaton, Ohio.
 Wife of Wilson Clark.
 Descendant of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of John Jay Hawkins (1789-1832) and Nancy Sellers (1789-1870),
his wife, m. 1810.
 Granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christena Worthington (1762-1813),
his wife, m. 1783.
 Samuel Hawkins (1762-1814) served as private in the infantry, Virginia
State Line. He was born
 in Botetourt County, Va.; died in Easton, Preble County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Margaret Burson Braddock.
 DAR ID Number: 81772
 Born in Park County, Ind.
 Wife of John Sellers Braddock.
 Descendant of Ensign John Burson.
 Daughter of Edward Burson (1824-1900) and Patience Ann McBurney
(1823-60), his wife, m.
 1848.
 Granddaughter of Joseph Burson (1796-1863) and Margaret (Burson)
(cousins) (1796-1860),
 his wife.
 [p.291] Gr-granddaughter of James Burson (1763-1820) and Jane Oilton
(1764-1821), his wife
 (parents of Joseph).
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Burson and Jane Whinery (1755-80), his
wife.
 John Burson (1739-99), in 1777, was commissioned ensign in the 2nd
Pennsylvania Continental
 Line. He was born and died in Bucks County, Pa.
 

 Mrs. Marguerite Bowen Sullivan.
 DAR ID Number: 82457
 Born in Washington, Ind.
 Wife of Russell Sullivan.
 Descendant of Samuel Hawkins.
 Daughter of Nathaniel W. Bowen (b. 1850) and Caroline Francis Maher (b.
1852), his wife, m.
 1879.
 Granddaughter of Martin Joseph Maher (1819-90) and Hadassah Maria
Hawkins (b. 1830), his
 wife, m. 1849.
 Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Worthington Hawkins (1793-1857) and Ruth
Thompson Sellers
 (1793-1889), his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Hawkins and Christina Worthington
(1762-1813), his wife, m.
 1783.
 Samuel Hawkins (1762-1814) served as private in the infantry Virginia
State Line; was at
 Yorktown and Valley Forge. He was born in Botetourt County, Va.; died
in Eaton, Preble
 County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Annie Jennings Smith.
 DAR ID Number: 83806
 Born in New Bedford, Mass.
 Wife of Thomas P. Smith.
 Descendant of Obed Nye, as follows:
 1. Daniel C. Jennings (1849-92), m. 1873, Annie J. Perry (b. 1855).
 2. Eben Perry (1822-97), m. 1848, Josephine Miles (1831-98).
 3. Jireh Perry (1795-1849), m. 1816, Nancy Nye (1797-1843).
 [p.308] 4. Thomas Nye (1768-1842), m. 1791, Hannah Hathaway
(1769-1857).
 5. Obed Nye, m. 1760, Mary Sellers (1739-97).
 Obed Nye (1736-1815) served as private in Capt. Henry Jenne's company,
Col. John.
 Hathaway's regiment, Bristol County, Massachusetts militia. He was born
and died in Dartmouth,
 Mass.
 

 Mrs. Laura E. Gwin Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 96239
 Born in Brooklyn, Iowa.
 Wife of Thomas L. Sellers.
 Descendant of John Gwin, as follows:
 1. Thomas Gwin (1838-1909) m. 1863 Sarah Layland (1840-73).
 2. Jacob Gwin (1796-1873) m. 1826 Phoebe Caster (1799-1876).
 3. John Gwin m. 1781 Mary Ammon (1766-1855).
 John Gwin (1763-1844) enlisted, 1776, as drummer under Capt. Sullivan,
Virginia troops, and
 served until 1779. He died in Holmes County, Ohio.
 

 Mrs. Julia Magil Russell.
 DAR ID Number: 97942
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Wife of Carl Russell.
 [p.294] Descendant of Nathan Sellers, as follows:
 1. John Magil (b. 1834) m. 1867 Martha Day (b. 1850).
 2. Joseph Day (1827-58) m. 1849 Julia Shirley (1830-92).
 3. Jonathan Shirley (1801-79) m. 1829 Mary Pence (1810-81).
 4. William Pence (1781-1849) m. 1806 Mary Sellers (1785-1849).
 5. Nathan Sellers m. Sarah Finley.
 Nathan Sellers (1762-1826) served as a private in Capt. William Kirk's
company, Chester
 County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died
in Preble County, Ohio.
 

 Miss Sarah Buler Stine.
 DAR ID Number: 98391
 Born in Patton, Pa.
 Descendant of Lieut.-Col. John Henry Antes, Philip Barnhart and Ensign
John Holt, as follows:
 1. Robert Henderson Stine (b. 1850) m. 1870 Mary Catharine Sellers (b.
1848).
 2. Thomas Roberts Sellers (1809-67) m. 1839 Sarah Milliken Barnhart
(1815-90).
 3. Henry Barnhart (1786-1873) m. 1809 Isabelle Holt (1790-1877).
 4. Philip Barnhart m. Elizabeth Antes (1761-1845); John Holt m. 1779
Sarah Milliken (b. 1760).
 5. John Henry Antes m. 1756 Anna Maria Paulin (1737-67).
 John Henry Antes (1736-1820) was Justice of the Peace of Northumberland
County, 1775, and
 also served as scout and sheriff. He had command of the associators of
the frontier and the
 stockade, 1777, which was called Fort Antes. He is buried near the
fort. He was born in
 Montgomery County, Pa.
 Also No. 86881.
 Philip Barnhart (1756-1843) served as private, 1776, in Capt. Potter's
company, Colonel
 Prutzman's regiment, and, 1777, in Capt. Frederick Antes company,
Colonel Joyce's regiment.
 He was born in Philadelphia; died in Center County, Pa.
 Also No. 86912.
 [p.124] John Holt (1758-1831) served as ensign in the Cumberland
County, Pennsylvania militia,
 1777-78. His name appears upon the tax list of Derry township, 1779. He
was born near
 Lewiston; lived in Cumberland County during the war, and died in Snow
Shoe, Pa.
 

 Mrs. Nora Stine Whitman.
 DAR ID Number: 98392
 Born in Patton, Pa.
 Wife of W. Hunter Whitman.
 Descendant of Lieut.-Col. John Henry Antes, Philip Barnhart and of
Ensign John Holt, as follows:
 1. Robert Henderson Stine (b. 1850) m. 1870 Mary Catherine Sellers (b.
1848).
 

 Miss Ella Sophronisba Hergesheimer.
 DAR ID Number: 98858
 Born in Allentown, Pa.
 Descendant of Capt. Charles Wilson Peale, as follows:
 1. Charles Patterson Hergesheimer (b. 1843) m. 1866 Amanda Ritter (b.
1841).
 2. George Hocker Hergesheimer (1816-65) m. 1839 Sophronisba Sellers
Patterson (1822-83).
 3. William Augustus Patterson (1792-1833) m. 1820 Elizabeth De Peyster
Peale (1802-57).
 4. Charles Wilson Peale m. 2nd 1791 Elizabeth De Peyster (d. 1804).
 Charles Wilson Peale (1741-1827) served as captain at Trenton,
Princeton, Germantown,
 Whitemarsh, and Valley Forge. He was a member of the Assembly, 1778. He
was a celebrated
 artist and his portraits of Washington are very valuable. He was born
in Queen Anne County,
 Md.; died in Philadelphia, Pa.
 

 Miss Josephine Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 98966
 Born in Pittsburgh, Pa.
 Descendant of Christopher Doughty, as follows:
 1. William H. Sellers (1837-97) m. 1859 Mary Frances Benney (1837-96).
 2. James Benney (b. 1795) m. 1814 Elizabeth Carman Doughty.
 3. Christopher Doughty (1753-1848) m. 1775 Margaret Morris.
 Christopher Doughty (1755-1848) was placed on the pension roll of
Allegheny County, Pa., for
 service as private, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in
Trenton, N. J.; died in
 Pittsburgh, Pa.
 

 Mrs. Alma E. Sellers Beazley.
 DAR ID Number: 99611
 Born in Roanoke, Mo.
 Wife of Wyatt S. Beazley, M. D.
 Descendant of Benjamin Head and of John Starke, as follows:
 1. William B. Sellers (1841-1909) m. 1871 Virginia A. Head (b. 1837).
 2. John Head, Jr. (1800-83), m. 1825 Adaline Starke (1807-76).
 3. John Head (1765-1852) m. 1787 Anne Sanford (1771-1846); John Starke
(1771-1827) m.
 1792 Betsey Shepherd (d. 1835).
 4. Benjamin Head m. 1764 Martha Head; John Starke (b. 1742) m. 1763
Elizabeth Shepherd
 (d. 1830).
 5. John Starke m. 1736 Anne Wyatt.
 Benjamin Head (1731-1803) served as private in Col. Theodorick Bland's
Virginia regiment. He
 was born and died in Orange County, Va.
 John Starke (1715-82) served as a member of the Committee of Safety of
Henrico County, Va.,
 1775. He was born and died in Henrico County, Va.
 

 Mrs. Mary Magill Neal.
 DAR ID Number: 105520
 Born in Eldorado, Ohio.
 Wife of Burton Neal.
 Descendant of Nathan Sellers, as follows:
 1. John Magill (b. 1834) m. 1867 Martha Day (b. 1850).
 2. Joseph Day (1827-58) m. Julia Shirley (1830-92).
 3. Johnathan Shirley (1810-79) m. 1829 Mary Pence (1810-81).
 4. William Pence (1781-1849) m. 1806 Mary Sellers (1785-1849).
 5. Nathan Sellers m. Sarah Finley.
 [p.167] Nathan Sellers (served as a private in Capt. William Kirk's
company, Chester County,
 Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County; died, 1826, in
Preble County, Ohio.
 Also No. 97942.
 

 Mrs. Sarah Baker James Geiger.
 DAR ID Number: 106325
 Born in Portland, Ind.
 Descendant of Capt. John Van Cleve, Nathan Sellers, and Samuel Hawkins,
as follows:
 1. David V. Baker (1839-1907) m. 1859 Jane Hawkins (1840-92).
 2. David Clark Baker (1808-84) m. 1830 Sarah S. Van Cleve (1809-39);
Nathan Byrd
 Hawkins (1816-53) m. 1836 Rebecca Shank (1816-80).
 3. Benjamin Van Cleve (1773-1821) m. 1800 Mary Whitten (1782-1810);
John Jay Hawkins
 (1789-1832) m. 1810 Nancy Sellers (1789-1870).
 4. John Van Cleve m. 1773 Catharine Benham (1756-1837); Nathan Sellers
m. Sarah Finley;
 Samuel Hawkins m. 1782 Christina Worthington (1762-1813).
 John Van Cleve (1749-91) served as captain and guide to Morgan's
Riflemen, 1773. He was
 born in New Jersey; died in Ohio.
 Also No. 13698.
 Nathan Sellers (1762-1826) served as private in Capt. William Kirk's
company, Chester
 County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died
in Preble County, Ohio.
 Samuel Hawkins served as private in the infantry, Virginia State Line.
He was born in Botetourt
 County, Va.; died in Preble County, Ohio.
 Also No. 72496.
 

 Mrs. Marcia Sellers Davis.
 DAR ID Number: 108268
 Born in Waco, Tex.
 Wife of Tilton Davis, Jr.
 Descendant of Barrett White and of John Starke, as follows:
 1. Sandford Sellers (b. 1854) m. 1882 Lucia V. Rogers (b. 1858).
 2. John Newton Sellers (1813-58) m. 1837 Marcia Jane McBrayer
(1815-71).
 3. James McBrayer (d. 1855) m. Elizabeth White (1788-1833).
 4. Phillip White (b. 1766) m. 1786 Lucy Mills (b. 1764).
 5. Barrett White m. 1754 Elizabeth Starke (1736-1815).
 6. John Starke m. 1735 Anne Wyatt.
 Barrett White (1727-82) was appointed, 1775, a member of the Committee
of Safety for
 Hanover County, Va., where he was born; he died in Virginia.
 Also No. 81770.
 John Starke (1742-1800) served as a member of the Committee of Safety
of Hanover County,
 Va., where he was born and died.
 Also No. 101084.
 

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 Mrs. Grace M. Hedges Sellers.
 108906

 Mrs. Grace M. Hedges Sellers.
 DAR ID Number: 108906
 Born in Lincoln, Nebr.
 Wife of Walter William Sellers.
 Descendant of Charles Hedges. Jr., as follows:
 1. Albert Gallatin Hedges (1836-91) m. 2nd 1878 Lou J. Stone (b. 1855).

 2. Reuben Foreman Hedges (1810-90) m. 2nd 1833 Bridget C. Harkins
(1811-93).
 3. Hiram Hedges (1784-1832) m. 1809 Hannah Foreman (1782-1866).
 4. Charles Hedges m. 1766 Rebecca Hedges (1751-1826).
 Charles Hedges (1749-1831) served 1779, as juror of Ohio County, Va. He
was born in
 Frederick County, Md.; died in Brooke County, Va.
 Also No. 96632.
 

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 Miss Fanny Persinger.
 DAR ID Number: 28727
 Born in Washington Court House, Ohio.
 Descendant of Maj. Nathaniel Burwell, Martha Digges Burwell and Dudley
Digges, all of
 Virginia.
 Daughter of John Lewis Persinger and Jane Peebles, his wife.
 Granddaughter of David Persinger and Magdalene Harvey, his wife.
 Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Lewis Harvey and Frances Thacker Burwell, his
wife.
 Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Burwell and Martha Digges, his wife.

 Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dudley Digges and Martha Armistead, his
first wife.
 Nathaniel Burwell, (1750-1801), entered the army as ensign, 1775, and
was captain of
 Continental artillery, 1776. He served as major and aide de camp to
Gen. Howe, 1779, and was
 retired, 1783. He was a member of the Cincinnati and the certificate is
now in the family. He was
 born in King William Co., Va., where he died.
 Dndley Digges, (1730-90), was a member of the Convention 1776. He is
buried at Bluefield
 near Williamsburg, where there is a memorial pew in the parish church.
 Martha Digges Burwell, (1759-1842), was a neighbor at Mount Vernon. and
belonged to a
 sewing society formed by Martha Washington to make garments for the
soldiers. She died in
 Salem, Roanoke Co.
 

 Mrs. Anna Sollars Moore.
 DAR ID Number: 64984
 Born in Fayette County, Ohio.
 Wife of Frank M. Moore.
 Descendant of Major Nathaniel Burwell, of Virginia.
 Daughter of James W. Sollars and Jane Persinger, his wife.
 Granddaughter of David Persinger and Magdalene Harney, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Harney and Frances Thacher Burwell, his wife.

 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Burwell and Martha Digges, his wife.
 Nathaniel Burwell (1750-1801) entered the army as ensign, 1775, and was
captain of
 Continental artillery, 1776. He served as major and aide-de-camp to
General Howe, 1779, and
 was retired, 1783. He was a member of the Cincinnati and his
certificate is now in the family. He
 was born and died in King William County, Va.

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 Mrs. Addie Roberts Roush.
 65073

 Mrs. Addie Roberts Roush.
 DAR ID Number: 65073
 Born in Great Bend, Ohio.
 Wife of Ambrose H. Roush.
 Descendant of Jeremiah Seargent.
 Daughter of Thomas A. Roberts and Martha Sollers, his wife.
 Granddaughter of John Roberts and Sarah Seargent, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Seargent and Armalle Enoch, his 1st wife.
 Jeremiah Seargent (1757-1837) enlisted in Winchester, Va., 1775 serving
under Col. James
 Wood; wounded in the battle of Brandywine. In 1819 he applied for a
pension. His claim was
 allowed. He was born and died in West Virginia.
 

 Mrs. Martha Roberts Armstrong.
 DAR ID Number: 70665
 Born in Clarion County, Pa.
 Wife of Jacob Vaught Armstrong.
 Descendant of Jeremiah Sargent.
 Daughter of Wilbur Roberts (b. 1857) and Frances George (b. 1856), his
wife, m. 1875.
 Granddaughter of Thomas Roberts (1824-90) and Martha Sollers (1826-94),
his wife, m. 1850.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Roberts (d. 1869) and Sarah Sargent (d. 1884),
his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Sargent and Armalle Enoch, his wife.
 Jeremiah Sargent (1757-1837) enlisted in Winchester, Va., 1775, serving
under Col. James
 Wood; wounded in the battle of Brandywine. In 1819 he applied for a
pension. His claim was
 allowed. He was born and died in West Virginia.
 

 Miss Katherine Loyzelle Roush.
 DAR ID Number: 71979
 Born in Meigs County, Ohio.
 Descendant of Jeremiah Sargent.
 Daughter of Ambrose Roush (1848-1906) and Addie Roberts (b. 1854), his
wife, m. 1877.
 Granddaughter of Thomas Roberts (1824-90) and Martha Sollers (1826-94),
his wife, m. 1850.
 Gr-granddaughter of John Roberts (d. 1869) and Sarah Sargent (d. 1884),
his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Sargent and Armalle Enoch, his wife.
 [p.349] Jeremiah Sargent (1757-1837) enlisted in Winchester, Va., 1775
under Col. James
 Wood; wounded at the battle of Brandywine In 1819 he applied for a
pension. His claim was
 allowed. He was born and died in West Virginia.
 

 Miss Irene Elizabeth Laucks.
 DAR ID Number: 55950
 Born in York County, Pa.
 Descendant of Matthias Smyser, Matthias Smyser, Jr., Valentine Wilt,
Christian Eyster, George
 Eyster, George Laux (Louck), George Lichtenberger, John Lorah, John
Nicholas Bohn, John
 Forry, George Zellers, and Michael Keiser.
 Daughter of Israel Lauck (b. 1827) and Imilda Arabella Wilt (1836-93),
his wife, m. 1854.
 Granddaughter of George Lauck (1797-1878) and Elizabeth Smyser
(1805-29), his wife, m.
 1824; William A. Wilt (1812-80) and Lydia Forry (1812-88), his wife, m.
1835.
 Gr-granddaughter of Casper Louck (Lauck) (1768-1838) and Mary Lorah
(1772-1818), his
 wife, m. 1795; Peter Wilt (1774-1849) and Sarah Catherine Ernst
(1779-1850), his wife, m.
 1798; Matthias Smyser (1779-1843) and Elizabeth Eyster (1776-1849), his
wife, m. 1804;
 Rudolph Forry (1779 1853) and Elizabeth Lichtenberger (1779-1853), his
wife, m. 1800.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Louck and Anna Catherine Kaiser, his
wife, m. 1760; Valentine
 Wilt and Elizabeth Walter, his wife; Matthias Smyser, Jr., and Louisa
Slagle (1749-1820), his
 wife; George Eyster and Anna Christina Altland (1743-1825), his wife,
m. 1860; George
 Lichtenberger and Maria Elizabeth Bohn (1756-1823), his wife, m. 1775;
John Lorah and Maria
 E. Zellers, his wife, m. 1771; John Forry and Margaret Berry, his wife,
m. 1766.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Matthias Smyser and Anna Catherine
Kappenhaver, his wife; John
 Nicholas Bohn and Anna Elizabeth —, his wife, m. 1751; John George
Zellers and Maria
 Barbara, his wife; Michael Keiser and Catherine Maria —, his wife (d.
1828); Christian Eyster
 and Margaret Smyser (1711-80), his wife, m. 1732.
 Matthias Smyser (1744-1829) was a private in the 2nd regiment,
Pennsylvania troops, 1779,
 Capt. Emanuel Herman's company; also in Capt. Reinhart Boots' company
of York County
 militia. He was born and died in York County.
 [p.425] Matthias Smyser (1715-78), patriot of York County, Pa., where
he died. He was born
 in Germany.
 Valentine Wilt (1754-96) served as private in the 2nd battalion, York
County, Pa., 1779, Capt.
 Simon Coppenhaver. He died in York County, Pa.
 Christian Eyster (1710-92) served in the 2nd battalion, 5th company,
York County troops, Capt.
 Emanuel Herman. He was born in Wurtenburg; died in Eystersville, York
County.
 George Eyster (1741-1810) was a private in the 2nd battalion, York
County troops, Capt.
 Emanuel Herman, 1775 He was born and died in York County.
 George Louck (1743-1808) took the oath of allegiance to Pennsylvania,
1777. He was born and
 died in Berks County, Pa.
 George Lichtenberger (1754-1820) was a private in Capt. Yost Herbach's
company, 1776. He
 was born and died in York County.
 John Lorah (1747-1809) took the oath of allegiance and fidelity, 1778.
He was born in Berks
 County.
 John Nicholas Bohn (1731-1804) served as private in Capt. Yost
Harbach's company, 1776.
 He died in York County.
 John Forry was a private in Captain Matthias' company from Newberry
township, 1780, and
 Col. Michael Smyser's battalion, York County militia. He was born in
Lancaster County, Pa.;
 died, 1782, in York County.
 George Zellers took the oath of allegiance to Pennsylvania, 1777. He
was born in Berks County;
 died in Tulpehocken.
 Michael Keiser (1720-1808) took the oath of allegiance. He died in
Berks County.
 

 Mrs. Amanda L. Xander.
 DAR ID Number: 55952
 Born in York County, Pa.
 Wife of Rev. W. H. Xander.
 Descendant of Matthias Smyser (Schmeiser), Matthias Smyser, Jr.,
Valentine Wilt, Christian
 Eyster, George Eyster, George Lichtenberger, George Louck, John Lorah,
John Forry, Corp.
 John Ernst, Nicholas Bohn, Nicholas Wilt, John George Zellers, Jacob
Slagle, and Michael
 Keiser.
 Daughter of Israel Lauck and Imilda Arabella Wilt, his wife.
 Also Nos. 55950, 55951.
 Granddaughter of George Lauck and Elizabeth Smyser, his wife; William
A. Wilt and Lydia
 Catherine Ernst, his wife.
 Gr-granddaughter of Matthias Smyser, Jr., and Elizabeth Eyster, his
wife; Peter Wilt and
 Catherine Ernst, his wife.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Matthias Smyser and Louisa Slagle, his wife;
Valentine Wilt and
 Elizabeth Walter, his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Nicholas Wilt and Maria Catherine — (d.
1786), his wife, m. 1741.
 Nicholas Wilt (1721-86), patriot, taxpayer in York County, Pa.,
1779-82. He died in York, Pa.
 Jacob Slagle (1723-90) was a private, under Lieut. Joseph Collier, 13th
Pennsylvania Line,
 1778. He was born in Lancaster County; died in Adams County, Pa.
 

 Mrs. Grace Laucks Buckingham.
 DAR ID Number: 64802
 Born in York County, Pa.
 Wife of William A. Buckingham.
 Descendant of George Lauck (Louck), Matthias Smyser (or Schmeiser),
Matthias Smyser, Jr.,
 John Lorah, Michael Keiser, John George Zellers, Nicholas Wilt,
Valentine Wilt, John Nicholas
 Bohn, John Forry, Christian Eyster, George Eyster, Corp. John Ernst,
George Lichtenberger,
 and Jacob Slagle, all of Pennsylvania.
 [p.281] Daughter of Israel Laucks (b. 1827) and Imilda Arabella Wilt
(1836-93), his wife, m.
 1854.
 Granddaughter of George Lauck (1797-1878) and Elizabeth Smyser
(1805-29), his wife, m.
 1824; William A. Wilt (1812-80) and Lydia Forry (1812-88), his wife, m.
1835.
 Gr-granddaughter of Casper Lauck (1768-1838) and Mary Lorah
(1772-1818), his wife, m.
 1795; Peter Wilt (1774-1849) and Sarah Catherine Ernst (1779-1850), his
wife, m. 1798;
 Matthias Smyser (1779-1843) and Elizabeth Eyster (1776-1849), his wife,
m. 1804; Rudolph
 Forry (1779-1841) and Elizabeth Lichtenberger (1779-1853), his wife, m.
1800.
 Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Lauck and Anna Catherine Keiser, his
wife, m. 1760; John
 Lorah and Maria Elizabeth Zellers, his wife, m. 1771; Valentine Wilt
and Elizabeth Walter, his
 wife; Matthias Smyser, Jr., and Louisa Slagle (1749-1820), his wife;
George Eyster and Anna
 Christina Altland (1743-1825), his wife, m. 1860; John Forry and
Margaret Berry, his wife, m.
 1766; John Ernst and Elizabeth Kroll, his wife; George Lichtenberger
and Maria Elizabeth Bohn
 (1756-1823), his wife.
 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Michael Keiser and Catherine Maria — (d.
1828), his wife; John
 George Zellers and Maria Barbara —, his wife; Nicholas Wilt and Maria
Catherine — (d.
 1786), his wife, m. 1741; Matthias Smyser and Anna Catherine
Kappenhaver, his wife; Jacob
 Slagle and Mary Catherine Kline (1729-75), his wife, m. 1746; Christian
Eyster and Margaret
 Smyser (1711-80), his wife, m. 1732; John Nicholas Bohn and Anna
Elizabeth —, his wife, m.
 1751.
 George Lauck (1743-1808) took the oath of allegiance to Pennsylvania,
1777. He was born and
 died in Berks County.
 Matthias Smyser (1715-78) patriot of York County, Pa., where he died.
He was born in
 Germany.
 Matthias Smyser, Jr. (1744-1829), was a private in the 2nd regiment,
Pennsylvania troops,
 1779, Capt. Emanuel Herman's company; also in Capt. Reinhart Boots'
company of York
 County militia. He was born and died in York County.
 John Lorah (1747-1809) took the oath of allegiance and fidelity, 1778.
He was born in Berks
 County.
 Michael Keiser (1720-1808) took the oath of allegiance. He died in
Berks County.
 John George Zellers in 1777 took the oath of allegiance to
Pennsylvania. He was born in Berks
 County; died in Tulpehocken.
 Nicholas Wilt (1721-86) patriot; taxpayer in York County, Pa., 1779-82.
He died in York, Pa.
 Valentine Wilt (1754-96) served in the 2nd battalion, York County, Pa.,
1779, Capt. Simeon
 Coppenhaver's company. He died in York County.
 John Nicholas Bohn (1731-1804) served as private in Capt. Yost
Harbach's company, 1776.
 He died in York County.
 [p.282] John Forry was a private in Captain Matthias' company from
Newberry township, 1780,
 Col. Michael Smyser's battalion, York County militia. He was born in
Lancaster County, Pa.;
 died, 1782, in York County.
 Christian Eyster (1710-92) served in the 2nd battalion, 5th company,
York County troops, Capt.
 Emanuel Herman's company. He was born in Wurtenburg; died in
Eysterville, York County.
 George Eyster (1741-1810) was a private in the 2nd battalion, York
County troops, Capt.
 Emanuel Herman's company, 1775. He was born and died in York County.
 John Ernst (1752-1810) was corporal in Capt. John Reinhart Bott's
company, York County,
 Pennsylvania militia. He died in Bottstown or York County.
 George Lichtenberger (1754-1820) was a private in Capt. Yost Herbach's
company, 1776. He
 was born and died in York County.
 Jacob Slagle (1723-90) was a private under Lieut. Joseph Collier, 13th
Pennsylvania Line, 1778.
 He was born in Lancaster County; died in Adams County, Pa.
 

 Miss Imilda Laucks Buckingham.
 DAR ID Number: 83507
 Born in Baltimore, Md.
 Descendant of Lieut. John Rothrock, Philip Rothrock, Christian Eyster,
George Eyster, George
 Lichtenberger, John Lora (Lorah), Matthias Smyser (Schmeiser), Jacob
Wogan, Valentine Wilt,
 George Test, and George Laux (Laucks), as follows:
 [p.192] 1. William A. Buckingham (b. 1854), m., 2nd, 1888, Grace V.
Laucks (b. 1861).
 2. John W. Buckingham (1832-1904), m., 1st, 1850, Rebecca McGinley
(1832-88); Israel
 Laucks (b. 1827), m. 1854, Imilda A. Wilt (1836-93).
 3. Ezekiel Buckingham (1795-1849), m., 2nd, Maria Test (1808-73);
George Laucks
 (1797-1878), m. 1824, Elizabeth Smyser (1805-29); William A. Wilts
(1812-80), m. Lydia
 Forry (1812-88); Andrew McGinley (1806-76), m. Catharine Neff
(1814-78).
 4. Casper Laucks (1768-1838), m., 1st, 1795, Mary Lorah (1772-1818);
Rudolph Forry
 (1777-1841), m. Elizabeth Lichtenberger (1779-1853); Henry Neff
(1782-1833), m. 1806,
 Anna Maria Wilt (1785-1866); George Test, Jr. (b. 1781), m. 1802,
Charity Rothrock (b.
 1783); Matthias Smyser (1779-1843), Jr., m. 1804, Elizabeth Eyster
(1776-1849).
 5. George Laucks, m. 1760, Anna Catherine Kaiser; John Rothrock, m.,
2nd, 1776, Charity
 Worley (1759-1828); George Eyster, m. 1760, Anna Christian Altland
(1743-1825); George
 Lichtenberger, m. 1795, Maria Elizabeth — (d. 1853); George Test, m.
Margaret Wogan (d.
 1825); Valentine Wilt, m. Elizabeth —; John Rothrock, m., 1st, 1776,
Salome Charity Worley
 (1759-1828); John Lora, m. Maria E. Zellers. Matthias Smyser, m.
Louisa.
 6. Christian Eyster, m. 1732, Margaret Smyser (1711-82); Jacob Wogan,
m. 1740, Anna — (d.
 1799); Philip Rothrock, m., 1st, Catherine Kurtz (1720-77).
 Philip Rothrock (1713-1803) was appointed commissioner to recruit
soldiers for the
 Revolutionary War. He was born in Germany; died in York County, Pa.
 John Rothrock (1744-1805) was 2nd lieutenant, 1777, in the 5th company,
Capt. Edward
 Herman, Col. William Rankin's regiment, York County, Pennsylvania
militia. He was born and
 died in York County.
 Jacob Wogan (1749-83) served as fifer from Pennsylvania. He died in
York County.
 [p.193] George Test (1759-95) was a private in Capt. Ephraim
Pennington's company, 1st
 battalion, York County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in York; died
in Pennsylvania.
 Valentine Wilt served, 1776-79, as a private in Capt. Simon
Kopenhafer's company. He died
 about 1796 in York.
 Also No. 78481.
 Christian Eyster (1710-92) served in the 2nd battalion, 5th company,
York County troops, under
 Capt. Emanuel Herman. He was born in Wurttemburg; died in Eystersville,
York County, Pa.
 George Eyster (1741-1810) was a private in the 2nd battalion, York
County troops, 1775. He
 was born and died in York County.
 George Lichtenberger (1754-1820) was a private in Capt. Yost Herbach's
company, 1776. He
 was born and died in York County.
 John Lorah (1747-1809) took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, 1778.
He was born in Berks
 County.
 Matthias Smyser (1744-1827) served as private in the 2nd regiment,
Pennsylvania troops, 1779,
 Capt. Emanuel Herman's company. He was born and died in York County.
 George Laux (Laucks) (1743-88) took the Oath of Allegiance to
Pennsylvania, 1777. He was
 born and died in Berks County, Pa.
 

 [p.144] Mrs. Myrtelle Brewster Zellers Goodman.
 DAR ID Number: 88447
 Born in Tecumseh, Mich.
 Wife of R. J. Goodman.
 Descendant of Benjamin Brewster, as follows:
 1. Forrest P. Zellers (b. 1859) m. 1882 Marion L. Brewster (b. 1860).
 2. Micah Mills Brewster (1819-90) m. 2nd 1853 Mary Law Simpson
(1824-65).
 3. Caleb Brewster (1784-1852) m. 1807 Deborah Mills (1788-1875).
 4. Benjamin Brewster m. 1772 Peninah Jones (b. 1748).
 Benjamin Brewster (1731-1819) enlisted, 1775, in the 3rd New York
regiment under Col.
 James Clinton. He also signed the Articles of Association in
Brookhaven, L. I., where he was
 born. He died in Washington, N. Y.
 

 Mrs. Ella Collins Holliday.
 DAR ID Number: 84415
 Born in Oakland County, Mich.
 Wife of Dr. William Zellars Holiday.
 Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Collins, Sergt. Benoni Collins, Capt.
George Sherman, and Sergt.
 George Sherman, Jr., as follows:
 1. William H. Collins (1817-98), m. 1855, Ellen D. Crawford (b. 1838).
 2. Asa Collins (1777-1861), m. 1802, Chloe Sherman (b. 1781).
 [p.163] 3. Benoni Collins, m. Lydia Wilmarth; George Sherman, Jr., m.
1769, Chloe Mason
 (1751-1843).
 4. Thomas Collins, m. 1752, Lydia Haskins or Hopkins (1732-1816);
George Sherman, m.
 1743, Rebecca (Sherman) (b. 1718).
 Thomas Collins (1725-93) served as lieutenant in Col. Jacob Stafford's
company of volunteers,
 1777, raised in New Providence. He was born in Rhode Island; died in
Ira, Vt.
 Benoni Collins (1754-1823) responded to the Lexington Alarm and
subsequently served as
 sergeant under Capt. Samuel Low. He was born in Cheshire, Mass.; died
in Ira, Vt.
 George Sherman (1719-94), who fought in the French and Indian war,
raised a company of
 volunteers in Berkshire County and served at the battle of Bennington.
He was born in
 Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Ira, Vt.
 George Sherman, Jr. (1749-1821), served as corporal and sergeant,
Berkshire County,
 Massachusetts militia, 1776-77. He was born in Cumberland, Mass.; died
in Moriah, N. Y.
 

 Mrs. Mary Lou Hearnesberger Brooks.
 DAR ID Number: 88802
 Born in Upson County, Ga.
 Descendant of James Brooks, as follows:
 1. Stephen Zellars Hearnesberger (1834-71) m. 1866 Mary Ann Brooks
(1840-78).
 2. Simeon Brooks (1813-43) m. 1839 Louisa Clemens Butts (1815-96).
 3. Simon Brooks (1766-1859) m. 1795 Phoebe Buffington (1769-1840).
 4. James Brooks m. 1746 Elizabeth Smith (1728-90).
 James Brooks (1725-1800) served in the South Carolina militia as
private under Col. Anderson.
 He was born in North Carolina; died in South Carolina.
 

 [p.298] Mrs. Helen Mildred Brown Zellars.
 DAR ID Number: 95932
 Born in Circleville, Kans.
 Wife of Grant L. Zellars.
 Descendant of Rufus Blodgett, as follows:
 1. Charles Lincoln Brown (1860-1912) m. 1886 Florence Luella Bordner
(b. 1857).
 2. Benjamin F. Bordner (1828-99) m. 1855 Francis A. Blodgett (1831-98).

 3. Reuben H. Blodgett (1803-82) m. 1828 Elizabeth Thompson (d. 1854).
 4. Rufus Blodgett m. Bathsheba Hubbard.
 Rufus Blodgett enlisted, 1779, in Captain Browning's company, Colonel
Bliss' regiment; also in
 Captains James Cooper and John Holden's company, Col. Thomas Nixon's
Massachusetts
 regiment. He was born, 1761, in Brimsfield, Mass.