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					Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.)
Source: National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Books of the Charter Members
of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, - Vol. I-CLII (152).

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9
page 319
Mrs. Annie Burr Watson Remington.
DAR ID Number: 8872
Born in Massachusetts.
Wife of Henry Wady Remington.
[p.319] Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of John Gifarde Watson and Mary Abby Spooner, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Boss Spooner and Miriam Wyatt Manchester, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Spooner and Abby Boss, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Wing Spooner and Frances Burroughs, his wife.
Wing Spooner, 1776, was appointed by the General Assembly captain of a company under Col. John
Sayles, Jr. It was written of him on his death in 1802 “that no man according to his ability was more
devoted to public utility.”

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10
page 157
Mrs. Mary Coit Spooner Vance.
DAR ID Number: 9429
Born in Indiana.
Wife of Dr. James W. Vance.
Descendant of Col. Samuel Coit, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Philip Loring Spooner and Lydia Lord Coit, his wife.
Granddaughter of Roger Coit and Frances Coit, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Coit and Mehitabel Tyler, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Coit and Sarah Spalding, his wife.
Samuel Coit, who had fought in the early wars, gave valuable [p.157] civil service during the Revolution.
He was Judge of the Maratime Court, where he showed fine judgment. He died in 1792, at the age of
eighty-four.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 4
****S. Sarah Church Skinner.
DAR ID Number: 13009
Born in Rhode Island.
Wife of Parmenas Skinner.
Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of William Boss Spooner and Miriam Wyatt Manchester, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Spooner and Abby Boss, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Wing Spooner and Frances Burroughs, his wife.
Wing Spooner, (1749-1802), was appointed captain of militia, and in 1776 he served in the regiment
commanded by Col. John Sayles, Jr. He was born and died at Newport

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 4
****S. Mary Abby Spooner Watson.
DAR ID Number: 13010
Born in Rhode Island.
Wife of John Gifarde Watson.
Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner.
Daughter of William Boss Spooner and Miriam Wyatt Manchester, his wife.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 137
Miss May Holland.
DAR ID Number: 13365
Born in Connecticut.
Descendant of Lieut. Luther Holland, of Massachusetts; Shubael Dimock, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Goodrich Holland and Jane Dimock, his wife.
Granddaughter of Otis Dimock and Wealthy Kinne, his wife; Harrison Holland and Annie Gilbert, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Shubael Dimock and Elizabeth Wright, his wife; Luther Holland and Betsey
Spooner, his wife.
Luther Holland, (1750-1820), turned out from Petersham at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Wheeler's
company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regiment. He served, 1776, as second lieutenant under Capt. Wing
Spooner.
Shubael Dimock, (1757-1828), was at Long Island, White Plains, Germantown, Monmouth and Valley
Forge. He was born and died at Mansfield.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 252
Mrs. Louise Spooner Foster.
DAR ID Number: 13671
Born in Ohio.
Wife of William Stanhope Foster.
Descendant of Benjamin Chandler, of Vermont.
Daughter of Eleazer Spooner and Isabella Beach, his wife.
Granddaughter of David Beach and Anna Chandler, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Chandler and Elizabeth Geoffrey, his wife.
Benjamin Chandler was sixty years old when he volunteered at Bennington. He lost his life at the battle
and was the only man killed from Tinmouth. His eldest sons, Joseph and John, were with their father at
Bennington.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14
page 352
Miss Ellen P. Sampson.
DAR ID Number: 13949
Born in Ohio.
Descendant of Daniel Gale and of Lieut. Luther Holland, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Shattuck Sampson and Elizabeth Gale, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Gale, Jr., and Elizabeth Holland, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Gale and Esther Rice, his wife; Luther Holland and Elizabeth Spooner, his
wife.
Daniel Gale, (1753-1824), was a private in Capt. Jonas Hubbard's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's
regiment, 1775. He reënlisted 1777 under Capt. Samuel Hubbard.
Luther Holland, (1750-1820), was a minute man at Lexington Alarm. He served as second lieutenant in
Capt. Wing Spooner's company, Col. John Cushing's Worcester county regiment. He was born at
Petersham, where he died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 113
Mrs. Elizabeth Spooner Lawrence.
DAR ID Number: 14302
Born in New York.
Wife of Albert E. Lawrence.
Descendant of Judah Paddock Spooner, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Alden J. Spooner and Maria Hentz, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alden Spooner and Rebecca Jermain, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Judah Paddock Spooner and Deborah Douglass, his wife.
Judah Paddock Spooner, (1748-1807), was a soldier at the battle of Bunker Hill. He subsequently enlisted
in the privateer service, was captured and imprisoned on the “Jersey.” He was born at New London,
where he wrote satires for the “Gazette.” He died at Rutland, Vt.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 214
Miss Mary Foster.
DAR ID Number: 14574
Born in Ohio.
Descendant of Benjamin Chandler, of Vermont.
Daughter of William Stanhope Foster and Louise Spooner, his wife.
Granddaughter of Eleazer Spooner and Isabella Beach, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of David Beach and
Anna Chandler, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Chandler and Elizabeth Geoffrey, his wife.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15
page 318
Miss Emma Joanna Holt.
DAR ID Number: 14853
Born in New York.
Descendant of Ezra Doty and of Thomas Faxon, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Elijah Adams Holt and Almira Stewart Doty, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathan Doty and Joanna Faxon, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Doty and Anne Mellen, his wife; Samuel Faxon and Patty Spooner, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Faxon and Joanna Allen, his wife.
[p.318] Ezra Doty, (1760-1840), served as a private in Capt. John Reed's company, Col. John Brooks'
regiment, 1780. He was born at Hardwick, Mass., and was a pensioner from Lockport, N. Y., where he
died.
Thomas Faxon, (1724-92), enlisted from Deerfield, 1777, under Capt. Joseph Stebbins, and 1778, served
in Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born at Braintree.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
page 133
Mrs. Bessie Alice Minton.
DAR ID Number: 16359
Born in Brooklyn, New York.
Wife of Henry Brewster Minton, M. D.
[p.133] Descendant of Capt. George Burr, Judah Paddock Spooner, Sergt, Albert Sherwood and Samuel
Sherwood.
Daughter of James Lovejoy Miller and Frances Marietta Savage, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Amos Savage and Marietta Sherwood, his wife; Frank Miller and Lois Savage, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sherwood and Priscilla Burr, his wife; Thomas Miller and Nancy Spooner,
his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Burr and Mabel Wakeman, his wife; Judah Paddock Spooner and
Deborah Douglass, his wife; Albert Sherwood and Anne Buckingham, his wife.
George Burr, (1736-1813), entered the army as ensign and commanded a company at the New Haven
Alarm. He was born in Fairfield, Conn., where he died.
Judah Paddock Spooner, (1748-1807), served on land and sea. He was public printer of the Governor and
Council of Vermont, 1783. He was born in New London, Conn., and died in Rutland, Vt.
Also Nos. 5741, 14302.
Albert Sherwood, (1733-1803), served as sergeant under Capt. Jonathan Dimon, 1775. He was born in
Fairfield and died in Greenfield, Conn.
Samuel Sherwood, (1761-1838), was a minute man from Fairfield at the Lexington Alarm. He was born
in Fairfield and died in Derby, Conn.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
page 100
Mrs. Katie Campbell Kimball.
DAR ID Number: 17257
Born in Baltimore, Maryland.
Wife of William Spooner Kimball.
Descendant of John Campbell.
Daughter of James Boone, M. D., and Leonora Campbell, his wife.
Granddaughter of John H. Campbell and Catharine Fricke, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas I. Campbell and Sarah Sinclair, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Campbell and Mary Jackson, his wife.
John Campbell, (1750-1810), enlisted in the Delaware State troops as a private in Capt. Latimer's
company. His widow received a pension for his service.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18
page 286
Miss Alice Cary Jordan.
DAR ID Number: 17786
Born in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Capt. Noah Worcester and of Jesse Worcester, of New Hampshire; Lieut. Benjamin Tarr,
of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Hight Jordan and Harriet Ellen Worcester, his wife.
Granddaughter of Taylor Gilman Worcester and Lucy Spooner Bell, his wife; William Jordan and Lydia
Tarr, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Worcester and Sarah Parker, his wife; William Tarr and Sarah Knutsford, his
wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Worcester and Lydia Taylor, his wife; Job Tarr and Rachel Parsons, his
wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tarr and Mary Barber, his wife.
Noah Worcester, (1735-1817), commanded a company from Hollis, 1775. He was a member of the
convention that framed the State Constitution. He was born in Sandwich, Mass., and died in Hollis, N. H.
Also Nos. 3398, 6611.
Jesse Worcester, (1761-1834), was in the expedition to Ticonderoga and served several enlistments
during the war. He was born in Hollis, where he died.
Benjamin Tarr, (1726-1814), served as lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Whipple. He was born in
Gloucester, Mass., where he died. His son Jabez was the last surviving veteran of Bunker Hill from
Gloucester.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20
page 220
Mrs. Cora Clark Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 19589
Born in Beloit, Wisconsin.
Wife of Oscar T. Thompson.
Descendant of Corp. Timothy Green and of Sergt. Edward Ruggles, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Lucius Beman Clark and Lydia Ruggles, his wife.
Granddaughter of Asahel Clark and Caroline Cogswell, his wife; Spooner Ruggles and Lydia Drown, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Clark and Sibil Green, his wife; Edward Ruggles and Anna Deane, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Green and Sibil Hastings, his wife.
Timothy Green, (1748-1821), was a private under Capt. Reuben Dickinson, 1778, and corporal under
Capt. Samuel Fairfield, 1778. He was born and died in Amherst, Mass.
Edward Ruggles, (1750-1805), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served as sergeant, 1779.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21
page 69
Miss Mary Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 20195
Born in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 1794.
Descendant of Micah Spooner, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Micah Spooner and Patience Crapo, his wife.
Micah Spooner, (1754-1822), served as a minute man at the Lexington and Rhode Island Alarms. He was
born in Dartmouth; died in Fairhaven.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21
page 157
Mrs. Etta Hawkins Morris.
DAR ID Number: 20449
Born in Aurora, Illinois.
Wife of William Morris.
Descendant of Hananiah Brooks.
Daughter of William De Loss Hawkins and Anna Gutherz, his wife.
Granddaughter of William H. Hawkins and Luna Brooks, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks and Betsey Todd, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hananiah Brooks and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife.
Hananiah Brooks, (1753-1849), was placed on the pension roll of Ohio for service in the Connecticut
militia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21
page 167
Miss Anna Scott Ogilby.
DAR ID Number: 20479
Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Descendant of Dr. Moses Scott, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Arthur G. Ogilby and Annie Warren Spooner, his wife.
Granddaughter of John David Ogilby, D. D., and Anna Helena Smith his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of E. Fitz Randolph Smith, M. D., and Anna Johnson Scott, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Scott, M. D., and Anna Johnson, his wife.
Moses Scott, (1737-1821), was appointed surgeon, 1776, of the Middlesex county militia and senior
surgeon, 1778, of the general hospital in the Middle District. He was at Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine
and Germantown. He was born in Bucks Co., Pa.; died in New Brunswick, N.J.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
page 60
Mrs. Fanny Savage Webster.
DAR ID Number: 23169
Born in North Anson, Maine.
Wife of George E. Webster.
[p.60] Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Colby, Jr., and of Jacob Savage.
Daughter of Ward Spooner Savage and Sarah Reed, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Gray Savage and Fanny Colby, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Savage and Hannah Gray, his wife; Benjamin Colby, Jr., and Rebecca
Thompson, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Colby and Betsey Foye, his wife.
Benjamin Colby, Jr., was placed on the pension roll of Kennebec Co., Maine, 1831, for service of
sergeant in the Massachusetts militia. He was eighty-four in 1835.
Jacob Savage, (1751-1826), served as a mariner on the “Hancock.” He was placed on the pension roll of
Somerset county, Maine, for service in the Continental navy. He was born in North Anson, Maine, where
he died.
Also Nos. 15567, 17282.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
page 210
Mrs. Jennie Gregory Strope.
DAR ID Number: 23604
Born in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.
Wife of John Wilmot Strope.
Descendant of Ezra Gregory and of Ludovic Brakeman, of New York; John McPherson, of New
Hampshire.
[p.210] Daughter of Horatio Nelson Gregory (1819-62) and Ruth Maynard McPherson (1822-81), his
wife.
Granddaughter of Ezra Gregory, Jr., (1796-1872) and Eve Brakeman (1796-1869), his wife; John
McPherson, Jr., (1787-1868) and Lucretia Spooner (1800-1871), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Gregory and Betsey Hopkins, his wife; John Brakeman (1766-1853) and
Hannah Harris (1772-1817), his wife; John McPherson and Nancy Agnes McLaughlin, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ludovic Brakeman and Eve Bleeker (1739-1839), his wife.
Ezra Gregory served as a private in Capt. Hezekiah Mead's company of Dutchess county, New York,
militia.
Ludovic Brakeman, (1735-1814), served as a private in the Albany county militia, Col. Anthony Van
Bergen's regiment. He was born in Germany; died in New York.
John McPherson served in Capt. John Morris's company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire regiment,
1775. He died in Bedford, New Hampshire.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
page 318
Miss Bertha Gordon Worcester.
DAR ID Number: 23904
Born in Malden, Massachusetts.
Descendant of Capt. Noah Worcester, Jesse Worcester, Hepzibah Tyler Bell, James Heath, Hon. Edward
Ruggles and Paul Dean.
Daughter of Henry Worcester and Lillian Gordon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Taylor Gilman Worcester and Lucy Spooner Bell, his wife; Aaron Gordon and Electa
Harriman, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Worcester and Sarah Parker, his wife; James Bell and Lucy Dean, his wife;
Ebenezer Harriman and Hannah Heath, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Worcester and Lydia Taylor, his wife; James Bell (d. 1778) and Hepzibah
Tyler, his wife; Paul Dean and Elizabeth Ruggles, his wife; James Heath and Sarah Shepard, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Ruggles and Lucy Spooner, his wife.
Noah Worcester, (1735-1817), commanded a company from Hollis, N. H., 1775. He was a member of the
Convention that framed the State Constitution. He was born in Sandwich, Mass.; died in Hollis, N. H.
Jesse Worcester, (1761-1834), was in the expedition to Ticonderoga and served several enlistments in the
New Hampshire militia. He was born in Hollis, where he died.
Also Nos. 3398, 6611, 17786.
Hepzibah Tyler Bell, (1754-1846), was a defender of hearth and home against the British and Tories. She
was born in Pembroke, N. H.; died in Groton, Vt.
James Heath served, 1777, in Capt. Samuel Young's company of New Hampshire militia and, 1778, under
Capt. Simeon Stevens. He died, 1814, in Rumsey, N. H.
Edward Ruggles, (1723-78), was a minute man from Hardwick at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in
Rochester; died in Hardwick, Mass.
[p.318] Paul Dean, (1746-1828), was in the company of Capt. Simeon Hazeltine that turned out from
Hardwick at the Lexington Alarm.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 24
page 324
Mrs. Nettie Spooner Bartlett.
DAR ID Number: 23922
Born in Natick, Massachusetts.
Wife of Lester M. Bartlett.
Descendant of Charles Spooner, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Langdon Porter Spooner and Susan Taylor, his wife.
Granddaughter of Creighton Spooner (1804-70), and Rowena Jones, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Spooner and Charity Curtis, his wife.
Charles Spooner enlisted from Hardwick at the age of sixteen in the Worcester county militia under Capt.
Joseph Bates. He died 1847.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25
page 67
Mrs. Gabriella Perin Prout.
DAR ID Number: 24183
Born in Newport, Kentucky.
Wife of Henry G. Prout.
Descendant of Sergt. Lemuel Perin and Hon. Henry Lee.
Daughter of Glover Perin and Elizabeth Spooner Page, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Perin and Mary Simpkins, his wife; Rev. Charles Henry Page and Gabriella
Crawford, his wife, m. 1827.
Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Perin and Martha Nasel, his wife; William Byrd Page (b. 1768) and Anne
Lee (1776-1857), his wife, m. 1793.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Lee and Lucy Grimes, his wife, m. 1753.
Lemuel Perin, (1749-1822), served as private, corporal and sergeant in the Massachusetts militia. He was
born in Rehobeth, Mass.; died in Indiana.
Also Nos. 5557, 7125, 11276.
Henry Lee, (1729-87), served in the Conventions, 1774-76, and in the Senate, 1780. He wielded great
influence in Virginia throughout the Revolution. He was born in Westmoreland County; died in Prince
William County, Va.
Also Nos. 1105, 3453, 13937.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25
page 334
Mrs. Caroline Babbitt Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 24932
Born in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Alfred Ballard Spooner.
Descendant of Lieut. Elijah Babbitt, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of Elijah Babbitt and Caroline Elizabeth Kelso, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elijah Babbitt and Amey Teft (1759-1851), his wife, m. 1776.
Elijah Babbitt served one year as lieutenant of Rhode Island artillery under Col. Robert Elliott. He died,
1805. His widow, in 1836, received a pension for his service.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26
page 178
Mrs. Abbie Newton Armstrong.
DAR ID Number: 25485
Born in Barnard, Vermont.
Wife of George Armstrong.
Descendant of Gideon Newton and of Timothy Newton.
Daughter of Silas Newton and Emily Dillenough Steward, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gideon Newton and Betsey Spooner, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Newton and Sarah Myrick, his wife.
Gideon Newton, (1760-1842), enlisted, 1777, for three years and served at Bennington and Rhode Island.
He was placed on the pension roll of Windsor Co., Vt., 1831, for service of private in the Massachusetts
militia. He was born in Hardwick, Mass.; died in Barnard, Vt.
[p.178] Timothy Newton, (1728-1811), was a member of the Committee of Safety of Hardwick and also
served in the militia. He was born in Marlboro; died in Hardwick, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29
page 115
[p.115] Mrs. Etta Severance Wardwell.
DAR ID Number: 28312
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Wife of Edward Francis Wardwell.
Descendant of Thomas Sinclair and of Benjamin Sinclair.
Daughter of Willard Colby Severance and Susan Ellen Philbrook, his wife.
Granddaughter of Alfred Spooner Philbrook and Susan Clough, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Philbrook and Ruamie Sinclair, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Sinclair and Hannah Sanborn, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sinclair.
Thomas Sinclair, (1721-96), enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Chase Taylor's company, Col. Thomas Stickney's
regiment, Stark's brigade of New Hampshire troops. He was born in New Market, N. H.; died in
Hardwick, Vt.
Benjamin Sinclair, (1750-1810), served, 1776, in Capt. John Moody's company, Col. Nathan Baldwin's
regiment, New Hampshire militia and was at the battle of White Plains.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 29
page 243
Mrs. Annie Holland Howe.
DAR ID Number: 28663
Born in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Wife of John Kasson Howe.
Descendant of Lieut. Luther Holland, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Josiah Gilbert Holland and Elizabeth Chapin, his wife.
Granddaughter of Harrison Holland and Anna Gilbert, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Holland and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife.
Luther Holland, (1750-1820), turned out from Petersham at the Lexington Alarm and, 1776, served as
second lieutenant under Capt. Wing Spooner. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Petersham, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 11
Mrs. Helen M. Spooner Spring.
DAR ID Number: 29029
Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Wife of Russell Spring.
[p.11] Descendant of Stephen Billings, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Daniel Mason Spooner and Helen Frances Parker, his wife.
Granddaughter of James O. Parker and Frances C. Billings, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Billings and Lucinda Eldredge, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Billings and Polly Chaplin, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Billings and Elizabeth Kenny, his wife.
Stephen Billings, (1725-1805), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and assisted in fortifying
Dorchester Heights. He was born in Norfolk County; died there.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 129
Mrs. Elvira Mcpherson Wilcox.
DAR ID Number: 29355
Born in Munsville, New York.
Wife of Alonzo D. Wilcox.
Descendant of John McPherson.
Daughter of John McPherson, Jr., (1787-1868) and Lucretia Spooner (1800-71), his wife.
Granddaughter of John McPherson and Agnes McLaughlin, his wife.
John McPherson served as a private in Capt. John Morris's Co., Col. John Stark's New Hampshire
regiment, 1775. He died in Bedford, N. H.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 164
Miss Emma Howell.
DAR ID Number: 29446
Born in Lockport, New York.
Descendant of Thomas Faxon and of Ezra Doty, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Christopher C. Howell and Sarah J. Doty, his wife.
Granddaughter of Nathan Doty and Joanna Faxon, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Doty and Anna Mellen, his wife; Samuel Faxon and Patty Spooner, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Faxon and Joanna Allen, his wife.
Ezra Doty, (1760-1840), served as a private in the Worcester county Massachusetts regiment. He received
a pension in Niagara Co., N. Y. He was born in Hardwick, Mass.; died in Lockport, N. Y.
Thomas Faxon, (1724-92), enlisted from Deerfield, 1777, [p.164] under Capt. Joseph Stebbins, and 1778,
served in Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in Braintree.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31
page 69
Mrs. Annie Lawton Weaver Chase.
DAR ID Number: 30196
Born in Newport, Rhode Island.
Wife of Philip Stephen Chase.
Descendant of Joseph Briggs, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of Joseph Briggs Weaver and Abby Dyer Marsh, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Weaver and Hannah Spooner Briggs, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Briggs and Mary Spooner, his wife.
Joseph Briggs, (1749-1830), served as a private, 1775, in Capt. Jeremiah Olney's Fourth company of
Rhode Island militia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
page 103
Miss Marie Estelle Wilder.
DAR ID Number: 31264
Born in Hartford, Connecticut.
Descendant of John Wilder, 2d., and of William Parsons.
Daughter of John Lyman Wilder and Hannah Maria Chalker, his wife, m. 1844.
Granddaughter of Nahum Wilder and Laura Parsons (1799-1879), his wife, m. 1818.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Wilder, 3d, (b. 1779) and Sophia Hapgood, his wife; William Parsons and
Abagail Wright, his wife, m. 1777.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wilder, 2d, and Prudence, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wilder, 1st, (1713-93) and Sarah Sawyer, his wife.
John Wilder, 2d., was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served at the Bennington Alarm under
Capt. Wing Spooner. He was born 1744 in Petersham, Mass.
Also Nos. 5301, 20435.
William Parsons, (1750-1819), turned out from Hartford Co., Conn., at the Lexington Alarm and served
in the New York campaign.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
page 312
Mrs. Emily G. Potter.
DAR ID Number: 31843
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wife of Harry Clay Potter.
Descendant of Sergt. Andrew Adams and of Phineas Leland, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Edwin Spooner and Sarah Winchester Adams, his wife.
Granddaughter of Andrew Adams, (b. 1781) and Susanna Leland, (1780-1819), his wife, m. 1808.
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Adams and Lucy Merriam, (1755-1841), his wife, m. 1775; Phineas Leland
and Sarah Winchester, (b. 1753), his 1st wife, m. 1774.
Andrew Adams, (1751-1841), served as corporal and sergeant [p.312] in Capt. Joseph Warren's company
at the Bennington Alarm.
Phineas Leland, (1753-1820), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Luke Drury. He was
born in Grafton, Mass., where he died.
Also Nos. 8022, 25572.

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[p.337] Mrs. Agnes Christmas Norton Darling.
DAR ID Number: 31907
Born in Bennington, Vermont.
Wife of Charles Hial Darling.
Descendant of John Norton and of Brig. Gen. George Godfrey.
Daughter of Luman Preston Norton and Alice Leavenworth Godfrey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Julius Norton and Maria Spooner, his wife; Bradford Godfrey and Sarah McGowan, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Luman Norton and Lydia Loomis, his wife; George Godfrey and Abigail King, his
wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Norton and Lucretia Buel, his wife; George Godfrey and Bethiah Williams
Hodges, his second wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Godfrey and Joanna Godfrey, his wife.
George Godfrey, (1721-93), was appointed brigadier general of Bristol county militia, 1776. He was
chairman of the Committee of Safety and a member of the General Court. He was born in Taunton,
Mass;, died there.
Also Nos. 1718, 3827, 9560, 13963, 15695, 16706, 26419, 30795.
John Norton, (1758-1828), enlisted 1776 under Capt. Stephen Goodwin and re-enlisted 1780 under Col.
Heman Swift. His widow received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut line. He was born in
Goshen, Conn.; died in Bennington, Vt.

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Mrs. Grace Edith Mcpherson Hoard.
DAR ID Number: 31933
Born in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.
Wife of Arthur Ralph Hoard.
Descendant of John McPherson, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of John James McPherson and Matilda Wood, his wife.
Granddaughter of John McPherson, Jr., (1787-1868) and Lucretia Spooner (1800-71), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John McPherson and Agnes McLaughlin, his wife.
John McPherson served as a private in Capt. John Morris's company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire
regiment 1775. He died in Bedford, N. H.

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Mrs. Ida F. Burnett.
DAR ID Number: 32149
Born in Michigan City, Indiana.
Wife of John A. Burnett.
Descendant of Hannaniah Brooks.
Daughter of M. T. C. Flower and Cybele Brooks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Col. John Brooks and Elizabeth Todd, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Hannaniah Brooks and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife.
Hannaniah Brooks, (1758-1850), was placed on the pension roll of Ohio for service as private in the
Connecticut militia.

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Mrs. Fannie Gertrude Spooner Tower.
DAR ID Number: 32918
Born in Petersham, Massachusetts.
Wife of Horatio Nelson Tower.
Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Benjamin White Spooner and Fannie Maria Grout, his wife.
Granddaughter of Stevens Spooner and Mary Angela Negus, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Wing Spooner, Jr. and Mary Gould, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Wing Spooner and Eunice Stevens, (1746-1838), his wife, m. 1763.
Wing Spooner, (1738-1810), commanded a company in Col. Nathan Sparhawk's regiment, 1777, and was
at West Point when Arnold deserted the post. He died in Petersham, Mass.

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Mrs. Bertha Lillian Anderson.
DAR ID Number: 33169
Born in San Francisco, California.
Wife of Winslow Anderson, M. D.
Descendant of Micah Spooner, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Savary Wing Collins and Julia Ann Mayhew Spooner, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan Spooner and Orilla (Waldo) Hoard, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Micah Spooner and Patience Crapo, his wife.
Micah Spooner, (1754-1822), served as a minute man at the Lexington and Rhode Island alarms. He was
born in Dartmouth; died in Fairhaven, Mass.

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Mrs. Susan Vining Griggs.
DAR ID Number: 34667
Born in Erie County, New York.
Wife of Thomas Baldwin Griggs.
Descendant of George Vining, Lieut. Luther Holland, Deacon Joseph Smith, Joseph Barr, Jonathan
Woods and Capt. Caleb Clark, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of George Whitfield Vining (1822-79) and Emily Holland, (1822-64), his wife, m. 1845.
Granddaughter of George Vining and Susan Woods, his wife; Luther Holland, Jr., (1776-1851) and
Mercy Smith, (1780-1873), his wife, m. 1818.
Gr.-granddaughter of George Vining and Abigail Alden, his wife; Jonathan Woods, Jr. and Lydia Barr,
his wife; Luther Holland and Betsey Spooner, his wife; Joseph Smith, (1750-86) and Mary Clark, (1753-
1842), his wife, m. 1776.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Barr and Ann Nye, his wife; Joseph Smith and Eunice Bascom, his wife;
Caleb Clark and Hannah Parsons, (1725-1812), his wife, m. 1748.
George Vining, (1754-1822), served as a private. He was born in Norton; died in Plainfield.
Luther Holland, (1750-1820), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served as second lieutenant
under Capt.
[p.233] Wing Spooner. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Petersham, Mass.
Also Nos. 2430, 13365, 28663.
Joseph Smith, (1720-1803), responded to the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hatfield, Mass.; died in
Lyme, N. H.
Joseph Barr, (1735-1801), served at Bennington in Capt. Francis Stone's company. He was born and died
in New Braintree.
Jonathan Woods, (1761-1830), served at West Point and was discharged 1781. He was born in New
Braintree; died in Belchertown, Mass.
Caleb Clark, (1724-92), was captain of the Belchertown company 1776. He was born in Northampton;
died in Belchertown.

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Mrs. Harriet Frances Washburn Stewart.
DAR ID Number: 34864
Born in Acushnet, Massachusetts.
Wife of Henry C. H. Stewart.
Descendant of Lettice Washburn and of James Spooner.
Daughter of William Henry Washburn and Dorcas Cross Wilbur, his wife.
Granddaughter of Israel Washburn and Elizabeth C. Allen, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Lettice Washburn and Sarah Spooner, his wife, m. 1782.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Washburn, Jr. and Sarah Pope, his wife; James Spooner and Susan De
Moranville, his wife.
Lettice Washburn, (1758-1844), enlisted as a mariner on the ship Providence under Capt. Abraham
Whipple, 1776. In 1820 his pension was allowed as a mariner in the Massachusetts navy. His widow was
also granted a pension. He was born in Dartmouth; died in Acushnet, Mass.
James Spooner, (1739-1815), responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Thomas Kempton's company.
He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Conneaut, Ohio.

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Mrs. Emma Silliman Wise.
DAR ID Number: 35253
Born in New Genesee, Illinois.
Wife of Clarence H. Wise.
Descendant of Samuel Todd and of Hannaniah Brooks.
Daughter of Rothmer J. Silliman and Lucy Newman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ira Silliman and Melissa Brooks, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Col. John Brooks and Elizabeth Todd, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hannaniah Brooks and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife; Samuel Todd and Mary
Martin, his wife.
Hannaniah Brooks, (1753-1849), was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, for service in the Connecticut
militia.
Also Nos. 15063, 20449, 32149.
[p.92] Samuel Todd, (1742-1840), enlisted 1775, under Capt. Thomas Mighill, Col. Samuel Gerrish and
fortified Bunker Hill. He re-enlisted 1776 under Capt. Joseph Ilsley and 1777 served under Capt. Stephen
Jenkins. He was discharged, ill, after the surrender of Burgoyne. In 1832 he was allowed a pension in
Vermont, for service as private, Massachusetts line. He was born in Rowley, Mass.; died in St. Albans,
Vt.

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Mrs. Maria Pettibone Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 37613
Born in Fremont, Ohio.
Wife of Frank Eugene Spooner.
Descendant of Col. Jonathan Pettibone, of Connecticut.
[p.220] Daughter of Chauncey Jeptha Pettibone and Caroline Eunice Peabody, his wife.
Granddaughter of Hiram Ralph Pettibone and Jane Curtis, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Chauncey Pettibone and Theodosia Hayes, his wife.

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Mrs. Carrie Spooner Case.
DAR ID Number: 37614
Born in Chicago, Illinois.
Wife of Francis Mamre Case.
Descendant of Col. Jonathan Pettibone.
Daughter of Frank Eugene Spooner and Maria Pettibone, his wife.
Granddaughter of Chauncey Jeptha Pettibone and Caroline Eunice Peabody, his wife.

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Mrs. Hattie Eloise Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 38476
Born in Grand Bay, Alabama.
Wife of Allen D. Spooner.
Descendant of Capt. Peter Forney and of Capt. Alexander Brevard.
Daughter of Garland Marion Dees and Mary Fettyplace Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of Mclancthon Smith and Mary Emma Forney, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Morgan Forney and Harriet Brevard, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Forney and Nancy Abernathy, m. 1783; Alexander Brevard and Rebecca
Davidson (1762-1824), his wife, m. 1784.
Peter Forney, (1756-1834), served as lieutenant of volunteers 1777 as captain at Charleston and 1781
commanded dragoons that marched to the relief of Wilmington. He was born and died in Lincoln county,
North Carolina.
Also Nos. 6437, 7659, 23317, 24740, 29191, 31897.
Alexander Brevard, (1754-1829), commanded a company and fought in the battles of the Jerseys and in
the southern campaign. He was born in Maryland; died in North Carolina.
Also Nos. 636, 8710, 32759.

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Mrs. Josephine Hatch Wires.
DAR ID Number: 38742
Born in Windsor, Vermont.
Wife of Rodney Salmon Wires.
Descendant of Hon. Willis Hall, of Massachusetts and of Judge Jacob Burton, of Vermont.
[p.275] Daughter of Hon. Jo. Denison Hatch and Frances Spooner Forbes, his wife.
Granddaughter of Gen. Abner Forbes and Sally Spooner, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Absalom Forbes and Martha Hall, his wife; Hon. Alden Spooner and Sarah Burton,
his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Willis Hall and Martha Gibbs, his first wife; Jacob Burton and Rachel, his wife.
Willis Hall, (1720-1800), served on the Committee of Safety of Sutton and as delegate to the convention
that framed the constitution. He had three sons in the army, Lieut. Willis, Capt. Jacob and Capt. Jonathan.
He was born in Medford; died in Sutton, Mass.
Also Nos. 24787, 25839.
Jacob Burton, (1715-98), was one of the “State Fathers”; member of the convention of the New
Hampshire grants and served on the committee to draught a declaration of Independence for Vermont. In
1778 was appointed judge. He was born in Preston, Conn.; died in Norwich, Vt.

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Miss Mae Phebe Spooner,
DAR ID Number: 38986
Born in Chicago, Illinois.
Descendant of Col. Jonathan Pettibone, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Frank Eugene Spooner and Maria Pettibone, his wife.
Granddaughter of Chauncey Jeptha Pettibone and Caroline Eunice Peabody, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Hiram Ralph Pettibone and Jane Curtis, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Chauncey Pettibone and Thedosia Hayes, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Ozias Pettibone (1737-1812) and Sybil Guernsey, his wife.
[p.363] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Pettibone and Martha Humphrey, his wife.
Jonathan Pettibone, (1710-76), was a member of the General Assembly and commanded a regiment at
Bunker Hill. He died in the service and a monument to his memory is erected at Simsbury, Conn.
Also Nos. 1189, 3097, 6980, 16791, 18244, 19082, 20830, 31039, 34035, 36096, 37202.

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Mrs. Anna M. Ruggles Reed.
DAR ID Number: 40611
Born in Calais, Maine.
Wife of Dr. A. Graham Reed.
Descendant of Lieut. Job Dexter, Edward Ruggles, Sergt. Edward Ruggles, Jr., Samuel Dennett, Samuel
Benson, Deacon Daniel Spooner, and Rev. Asa Hunt, all of Massachusetts.
Daughter of James Ruggles (1804-87) and Eunice Benson Dennett (1816-63), his wife, m. 1836.
Granddaughter of Rev. Paul Ruggles (1772-1820) and Mercy Dexter (1777-1870), his wife, m. 1796;
Dennis Dennett and Susanna Benson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Ruggles Jr. and Anna Whitcomb Dean [p.232] (1753-1843), his wife, m.
1772; Job Dexter and Mercy Merrick Hinckley, his first wife; Samuel Dennett and Dorothy Ricker, his
wife; Samuel Benson and Rebecca Hunt (b. 1767), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Ruggles and Lucy Spooner (1729-1821), his wife, m. 1747; Asa Hunt
and Rebecca, his wife, m. 1765.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Spooner and Elizabeth Ruggles (1710-67), his first wife, m. 1728.
Daniel Spooner, (1694-1797), was too old for active service but gave aid to the Colonies. He was born in
Dartmouth; died in Petersham.
Jeb Dexter, (1741-1827), served as lieutenant in Capt. Timothy Page's company at the Bennington Alarm.
He was born and died in Hardwick.
Edward Ruggles, (1723-78), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Hardwick.
Also Nos. 6611, 23904.
Edward Ruggles, Jr., (1750-1805), served as private and sergeant in the Massachusetts militia.
Also Nos. 12628, 19589.
Samuel Dennett, (1748-1823), served in Capt. John Elden's company in fortifying Dorchester Heights. He
was born in Berwick; died in Etna, Maine.
Samuel Benson, (1762-1848), served in Capt. Edward Spooner's company 1780 to re-enforce the
Continental army. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Carmel, Maine, where a monument is
erected to the memory of the Revolutionary soldier and his wife.
Asa Hunt, (1744-91), responded to the Lexington Alarm and was a patriot preacher. He was born in
Braintree, Mass.

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Mrs. Mary Thomas Greene.
DAR ID Number: 40784
Born in Fremont, Illinois.
Wife of Frank H. Greene.
Descendant of Nathaniel Johnson.
Daughter of Hushai Thomas and Maria Bush, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Elmendorf Bush and Sally Johnson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Noble Spooner Johnson and Rhoda Stewart, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Johnson and Sarah Spooner, his wife.
Nathaniel Johnson, (1753-1822), was placed on the pension roll of Madison county, New York 1819 for
service as private Connecticut line. He died in Cazanovia, N. Y.

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Mrs. Estelle Clark Woodward.
DAR ID Number: 41761
Born in Barre, Massachusetts.
Wife of Theron Royal Woodward.
Descendant of Lieut. David Clapp, Jonathan Clapp, Isaac Clark, Capt. John Clark, Lieut. Luther Holland,
Sergt. Nathaniel Wood and Reuben Walker, Philip Spooner and Deacon Daniel Spooner, all of
Massachusetts.
Daughter of Emory Augustus Clark and Caroline Elizabeth Haskins, his wife.
Granddaughter of Anson Clark and Fanny Clapp, his wife; Nathan Haskins, Jr., and Elizabeth Holland,
his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Luther Clark and Sarah Walker, his wife; Jonathan Clapp and Peggy Wood, (b.
1773), his wife, m. 1788; Nathan Haskins and Clarissa Wilbur, his wife; Sidney Holland and Hannah
Stowe Ward, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark, Jr., and Jerusha Andrews, his wife; David Clapp and Hannah King,
his wife; Nathaniel Wood and Abigail Carver, his wife, m. 1763; Reuben Walker and Mary Read, (b.
1740), his wife; Ebenczer Wilbur and Lydia Hollis, his wife; Luther Holland and Elizabeth Spooner, his
wife, m. 1775.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Elizabeth Norcross, his wife, m. 1750; Jonathan Clapp and
Sarah Hewes, his wife; Philip Spooner and Elizabeth Winslow, his wife, m. 1755; David Read and
Thankful Gurnsey, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Clark and Experience Wilson, his wife; Daniel Spooner and
Elizabeth Ruggles, (1710-67), his 1st wife, m. 1728.
David Clapp, (1744-1823), served in Sullivan's expedition in the defense of Rhode Island. He was born
and died in Norton.
 [p.285] Jonathan Clapp, (1714-1800), member of Committee of Correspondence of Norton, Mass., where
he died.
Isaac Clark, (1707-83), was a recognized patriot as was also his wife.
John Clark, (1730-1816), was a member of the Provincial Congress 1775 from Worcester County, Mass.
He was born in Newton, Mass.; died in Chester, Vt.
Luther Holland, (1750-1821), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and was second lieutenant under
Capt. Wing Spooner. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Petersham.
Also Nos. 2430, 13365, 28663, 39795.
Nathaniel Wood served as sergeant in the defense of Boston 1776. He was born in Norton 1737, where he
was married.
Reuben Walker, (1742-1820), served in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sutton; died in
Royalston, Mass.
Philip Spooner, (1733-1826), was a member of the Committee of Petersham to draw up instructions for
the delegates in Congress. He was born in Newport, R. I.; died in Petersham.
Daniel Spooner, (1694-1797), was a patriot of Petersham and five of his sons served in the army.

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Mrs. Maude Oliver Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 45705
Born in Cambria, N. Y.
Wife of Van. L. Wilson.
Descendant of Thomas Faxson.
Daughter of Orrin Faxson Oliver and Catherine C. Kelchner, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Pomeroy Oliver and Fanny Faxson, his wife.
[p.302] Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Faxson and Patty Spooner, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Faxson and Joanna Allen, his wife, m. 1749.
Thomas Faxson (1724-92) enlisted from Deerfield 1777 under Capt. Joseph Stebbins, and 1778 served in
Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in Braintree, died in
Deerfield, Mass.
Also Nos. 14853, 23598, 29446.

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Mrs. Jennie Edyth Sprague Sprigley.
DAR ID Number: 45975
Born in Dover, Ohio.
Wife of Herbert Sprigley.
Descendant of Frederick Sprague, Major Joshua Sprague, James Sprague, Job Fuller, Capt. Thomas
Tuttle, Solomon Tuttle, and Ebenezer Spooner.
Daughter of Levi A. Sprague and Sarah Edyth True his wife.
[p.409] Granddaughter of Wellington P. Sprague and Mary Turner, his wife; Austin True and Jane Fuller,
his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Anson Sprague and Susanna Sprague, his wife; Joseph Turner and Ellis Sprague, his
wife; Josiah True and Almira Tuttle, his wife; Resolved Fuller and Nancy Bachelor, his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Frederick Sprague and Rebecca Nichols (1766-1850), his wife, m. 1782 (parents
of Ellis); James Sprague and Mary Spooner, his wife (parents of Anson); Job Fuller and Susannah
Russell, his wife; Solomon Tuttle and Deborah Strong, his 1st wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Sprague and Abigail Wilbur, his 2nd wife; Ebenezer Sprague and Sarah
Robinson, his wife; Thomas Tuttle and Lydia Owens, his wife.
Frederick Sprague (1762-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio 1818 for service as private,
Connecticut Continental line. He died in Franklin Co., Ohio.
No. 44634.
Joshua Sprague (1727-1816) served as major in Col. Joab Stafford's company of Independent volunteers
of Lanesboro, Mass. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Washington Co., Ohio.
Also Nos. 6593, 44635.
James Sprague (1756-1841) was a private 1776 in Capt. Eli Leavenworth's company, Col. Meigs'
regiment, Conn. Continental line. He applied for a pension in Muskingum Co., Ohio, 1818.
Job Fuller served as a drummer in Capt. Chandler's company, Connecticut troops.
Thomas Tuttle commanded an Independent company of Vermont minute men. He was born 1730 in New
Haven, Conn.; removed to the west from Brandon, Vt., 1796.
Solomon Tuttle (1757-1830) was a Revolutionary patriot. He was born in Salisbury, Conn.; died in
Trimble, Athens Co., Ohio.
Ebenezer Spooner (1724-1800) served as privateer on the sloop “Charming Polly” which was captured by
the enemy 1777. He was imprisoned in Plymouth, England, but made his escape and after delays and
adventures reached home.
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Mrs. Ella Hart Woodard.
DAR ID Number: 46532
Born in La Crosse, Wis.
Wife of William H. Woodard.
Descendant of John McPherson.
Daughter of Henry M. Hart and Elvira McPherson, his wife.
[p.241] Granddaughter of John McPherson and Lucretia Spooner, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John McPherson and Agnes McLaughlin, his wife.
John McPherson served as private in Capt. John Morris' company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire
regiment, 1775. He died in Bedford, N. H.
Also Nos. 23604, 29355.

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[p.3] Mrs. Ella White Reynolds.
DAR ID Number: 47005
Born in Nunda, N. Y.
Wife of Andrew James Reynolds.
Descendant of Thomas Faxon.
Daughter of Joseph C. White and Maria Faxon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Faxon and Patty Spooner, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Faxon and Joanna Allen, his wife.
Thomas Faxon (1724-92) enlisted from Deerfield 1777 under Capt. Joseph Stebbins and 1778 served in
Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in Braintree; died in
Deerfield, Mass.
Also Nos. 14853, 23598, 29446.

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Mrs. Emma L. Gale Bowen.
DAR ID Number: 47500
Born in Heath, Mass.
Wife of Albert E. Bowen.
Descendant of Daniel Gale.
Daughter of Otis Gale and Martha Henry, his wife.
Granddaughter of Luther Gale and Sarah Spooner, his 1st wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Gale and Esther Rice, his wife.
Daniel Gale (1753-1824) was a private in Capt. Jonas Hubbard's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's
regiment, 1775. He re-enlisted 1777 under Capt. Samuel Hubbard. He was born in Sutton; died in
Petersham, Mass.

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[p.307] Mrs. Flora Linwood Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 52651
Born in Rockland, Mass.
Wife of Walter H. Spooner.
Descendant of Corp. Samuel Groce, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Amos Hatch Baker and Mary Ellen Winslow, his wife.
Granddaughter of Pelham Winslow and Nancy Lane, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Winslow and Ruth Groce, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Groce and Elizabeth Torrey, his wife.
Samuel Groce (1749-1817) enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt. Amos Turner's company, and in 1776
promoted corporal in Capt. Hayward Pierce's company, Col. Jeremiah Hall's regiment. He was born and
died in Hanover, Mass.

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Mrs. Frances Fay Rodgers.
DAR ID Number: 52887
Born in Columbus, Ohio.
Wife of James Linn Rodgers.
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Paige, Daniel Fay, and Daniel Fay, Jr.
Daughter of Frederick J. Fay and Celia A. Smith, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jedediah Fay and Caroline Roberts, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Fay, Jr., and Mary Paige, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Fay and Elizabeth Spooner, his 1st wife; Timothy Paige and Mary Foster,
his wife.
[p.413] Timothy Paige (1727-96) served as selectman and minute man; in 1776 commanded a company in
the Massachusetts Bay militia. In 1781 his company was in Col. John Rand's regiment on duty at West
Point. He was born and died in Hardwich, Mass.
Daniel Fay (1728-1815), who had fought in the early wars, served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm.
He was born and died in Hardwich, Mass.
Daniel Fay, Jr. (1752-1810), was a private in Capt. Samuel Dexter's company, Colonel Learned's
regiment, which marched to Roxbury, 1776.

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Mrs. Bertha Denny Campbell.
DAR ID Number: 53001
Born in Northfield, Vt.
Wife of E. E. Campbell.
Descendant of Col. Samuel Denny, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Homer Denny and Nancy Ferris, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Denny and Sarah Ellis, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of David Denny and Betsy Spooner, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Denny and Elizabeth Henshaw, his wife.
Samuel Denny (1739-1817) served as colonel of Worcester County regiment and was chairman of the
Committee of Safety. He was born and died in Leicester, Mass.
NOTE.—The number at the end of the name represents the National Number of the Member of the
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Mrs. Grace Wing Baker.
DAR ID Number: 53450
Born in Gambier, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Wilson Baker.
Descendant of Col. Jacob Davis, Capt. Timothy Paige, Lieut. Daniel Fay, and Daniel Fay, Jr., of
Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Sparrow Wing and Sarah Sawyer, his wife.
Granddaughter of Marcus Tullius Cicero Wing and Frances A. Evans, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of David Wing and Hannah Davis, his wife; Nathaniel Evans and Nancy Fay, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Davis and Rebecca Davis, his wife; Daniel Fay, Jr., and Mary Paige, his
wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Fay and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife; Timothy Paige and Mary Foster,
his wife.
Jacob Davis (1741-1814) was colonel of militia of Worcester County, and in 1774 founded the Leicester
Academy. He removed to Vermont, 1787, and was one of the first settlers of Montpelier, Vt., where he
was very prominent. He was born in Oxford, Mass.; died in Burlington, Vt.
 Timothy Paige (1727-96) served as selectman and minute man; in 1776 commanded a company in the
Massachusetts Bay militia. In 1781 his company was in Col. John Rand's regiment on duty at West Point.
He was born and died in Hardwich, Mass.
Daniel Fay (1728-1815), who had fought in the early wars, served as lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm.
He was born and died in Hardwich.
[p.198] Daniel Fay, Jr. (1752-1810), was a private in Capt. Samuel Dexter's company, Col. Learned's
regiment, which marched to Roxbury, 1776. He was born in Hardwich, Mass.; died in Bethel, Vt.

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Miss Winifred Arnold Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 54088
Born in Cicero, Ill.
Descendant of Ebenezer Spooner.
Daughter of Henry Hatch Spooner and Mary Arnold, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lewis Spooner, Jr., and Editha Hatch, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Lewis Spooner and Mary Slosson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Spooner, Jr., and Rebecca Spooner, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Spooner and Sarah Robinson, his wife.
Ebenezer Spooner (1724-1800) served as a privateer on the sloop “Charming Polly,” which was captured
by the enemy, 1777. He was imprisoned in Plymouth, England, but made his escape and after delays and
adventures reached home. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.

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Mrs. Ovanda Carter Russell.
DAR ID Number: 54552
Born in Monkton, Vt.
Wife of George Russell.
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Carter, William Peck, and Elnathan Beers, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Harry W. Carter (1813-88) and Eliza Beers (1819-88), his wife, m. 1842.
Granddaughter of Solomon Curtis Carter (1786-1868) and Laura Peck (1792-1832), his wife, m. 1810;
Elnathan Beach Beers (1777-1865) and Sally Capron (1785-1873), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-granddaughter of Solomon Carter (1763-1836) and Phebe Newcomb (1764-1838), his wife, m. 1785;
Elnathan Beers and Mehitabel Booth, his wife, m. 1773; William Peck and Rebecca Spooner, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Carter and Ruth Curtis, his wife.
Joseph Carter (1731-1824) commanded a company in the 13th Connecticut regiment, 1777-79, at
Peekskill. He was born in Hebron; died in Warren, Conn.
William Peck (1759-1814) served as a private in Capt. George Peck's company, Col. John Mead's
regiment from Greenwich, Conn., where he was born. He died in Vermont.
Elnathan Beers (1740-1818) enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt. Ichabod Doolittle's company, Colonel
Waterbury's 1st infantry regiment. He was born and died in Trumbull, Conn.

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Mrs. Adaline Woodbury Lamb Huntington.
DAR ID Number: 57215
Born in Ashland, Mass.
Wife of William Clark Huntington, M. D.
Descendant of Benjamin Woodbury, Benajah Woodbury, Samuel Lamb, Jacob Albertson, Joseph Rider,
Daniel Stockwell, and William Amy.
Daughter of Gilbert Nurse Lamb (1821-90) and Hannah H. Woodbury (1832-1907), his wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Daniel Lamb (1790-1871) and Jane Spooner Albertson (1789-1868), his wife, m. 1811;
Benajah Woodbury, Jr. (1783-1861), and Vena Amy (1791-1834), his 2nd wife, m. 1816.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Lamb and Rebekah Cozzens (d. 1808), his wife m. 1762; Benajah
Woodbury and Abagail Stockwell, his 2nd wife, m. 1768; Jacob Albertson and Lydia Rider (1755-1833),
his wife, m. 1775; William Amy.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjarnin Woodbury and Hannah Putnam (b. 1728), his wife, m. 1746; Joseph
Rider and Martha (Thankful) — (1724-1802), his wife, m. 1754; Daniel Stockwell and Mariam —, his
wife.
Benjamin Woodbury (1726-93) was selectman of the town of Royalston, 1765-82. He was born in
Beverly, Mass.; died in Royalston.
Benajah Woodbury (1747-1802) served several enlistments under different commands, 1777-80,
Massachusetts troops. He was born in Sutton, Mass.; died in Royalton, Vt.
Samuel Lamb (1741-1810) served as private in Capt. Abijah Lamb's company, Colonel Cushing's
regiment, 1777, and 1780 was in Col. Jacob Davis' regiment which marched to Tiverton, R. I., on the
alarm. He was born in Hopkinton; died in Philipston, Worcester County, Mass.
Jacob Albertson (1752-1832) was placed on the pension roll of Providence County, R. I., 1834, for
service as quartermaster-sergeant, Rhode Island militia. He was born in Plymouth, Mass.; died in
Providence, R. I.
Joseph Rider (1728-94), a patriot, who, with others, was ordered by the town to furnish money to procure
a substitute. He was born and died in Plymouth, Mass.
[p.73] Daniel Stockwell's name appears on alarm list among men belonging to train band; year not given.
He was born, 1719, in Sutton, Mass.
William Amy (1759-1837) in 1778 was in a company which guarded the Vermont frontiers, under Capt.
Luther Richardson, Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment. He was born in New Salem, N. H.; died in Stanstead,
Quebec, Canada.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Goodell Hunter.
DAR ID Number: 58133
Born in Brandon, Vt.
Wife of John F. Hunter.
Descendant of Shear Jashub Spooner.
Daughter of Charles Franklin Goodell and Marie Jane Spooner, his wife.
[p.47] Granddaughter of Paul Spooner, Jr., and Roxanna Ketcham, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Paul Spooner and Deborah White, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Shear Jashub Spooner and Sarah Whipple, his wife.
Shear Jashub Spooner (1735-85) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Wing Spooner's company, Col.
Nathan Sparhawk's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Newport, R. I.; died in Heath, Mass.

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Mrs. Ellen Spooner Gladding Young.
DAR ID Number: 58583
Born in Warren, R. I.
Wife of John A. Young.
Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner, Nathaniel Munro, Moses Tyler, Capt. Ezra Ormsbee, and Ebenezer
Bishop.
Daughter of Daniel Wardwell Gladding and Rosalba Everett Child, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry W. Gladding and Abby Ross Munro, his wife; Charles Child and Emily S.
Bullock, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Munro, Jr., and Mary Spooner, his wife; Henry (William) Child and Betsy
Bowen, his wife; Gardner Bullock and Lydia Bishop, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Munro and Martha Taylor, his wife; John Spooner and Abby Ross, his
wife; Jonathan Bowen and Elizabeth Tyler, his wife; William Child and Betsy Ormsbee, his wife;
Ebenezer Bishop and Lydia Grant, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Wing Spooner and Frances Burroughs, his wife; Ezra Ormsbee and Esther
(Smith) Goff, his 2nd wife; Moses Tyler and Elizabeth Adams, his wife.
Wing Spooner (1749-1802) commanded a company of militia, and in 1776 he served in a regiment under
Col. John Sayles, Jr. He was born and died at Newport.
Also Nos. 1471, 8872, 13009.
Nathaniel Munro (1752-1838) served, 1778, as a private in Capt. William Throop's company, Col. John
Cook's regiment, Rhode Island militia.
Moses Tyler (1734-1811) was a member of Committee of Correspondence, 1774, and, 1776-77, was
elected deputy to represent Barrington, R. I., at the General Assembly. He was born in Boston, Mass.;
died in Barrington.
[p.200] Ezra Ormsbee (1734-96) commanded a company of militia raised in Warren, 1775. He was born
and died in Warren, R. I.
Ebenezer Bishop (1752-1820) served, 1780-81, as a private in Capt. Viall Allin's company, Rhode Island
militia. He died in Barrington, R. I.

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Mrs. Bertha Myrene Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 58586
Born in Middletown, R. I.
Wife of Edmund Spooner.
Descendant of Isaac Barker, of Rhode Island.
Daughter of John Henry Ennis and Edna Curtis Peckham, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Peckham and Ann Sarah Barker, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Cyrus Barker and Ann Lockwood Arnold, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Barker and Sarah Peckham, his wife.
Isaac Barker (1752-1834) served as a spy when the British took possession of Rhode Island. The Hessians
were quartered upon his farm, and while there he communicated by signals to the American army
encamped on the mainland, and his shrewdness only saved him from peril of discovery. He was born and
died in Middletown, R. I.

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[p.314] Mrs. Cora A. Sullings Dunlap.
DAR ID Number: 58917
Born in Batavia, N. Y.
Wife of Merritt S. Dunlap.
Descendant of Sergt. John Sullings.
Daughter of David Sullings and Augusta Rogers, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Sullings and Temperance Hulbert, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Sullings and Ruth Spooner, his wife.
John Sullings (1746-1824) was placed on the pension roll, 1820, of Rutland, Vt., for service as sergeant in
Capt. Nathaniel Jarvis' company, Col. Henry Jackson's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in
Cogshall, England; died in Rutland, Vt.

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Mrs. Nora Willett Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 60732
Born in Essex, N. Y.
Descendant of Sergt. Cornelius Willett.
Daughter of Joseph Tomb Willett and Cornelia Antoinette Willett, his wife.
Granddaughter of James W. Willett and Sarah Tomb, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Cornelius Willett and Nancy Willett, his wife.
Cornelius Willett (1756-1843) enlisted, 1776, and served as private and sergeant in Capt. David Frazier's
company, Col. Stephen Hunt's battalion, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was born in New Jersey; died
in Argyle, N. Y.

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Mrs. Evalyn S. Perry.
DAR ID Number: 61263
Born in East Aurora, N. Y.
Wife of W. Wallace Perry.
Descendant of Sergt. William Drake and of Perez Drake.
Daughter of Edward T. Spooner and Helen Paine, his wife.
Granddaughter of William B. Paine and Harriet Drake, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Manning Drake and Jellany Howard, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Perez Drake and Alice Manning, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Drake and Phœbe Leonard, his wife.
William Drake, who had served in the early wars, was a soldier in Sullivan's campaign. He was born,
1729, in Taunton, Mass.
Perez Drake (1759-92) served as private and sergeant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in
Taunton, Mass.; died in Westford, N. Y.
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[p.47] Mrs. May Louise White Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 62137
Born in South Hadley, Mass.
Wife of Charles E. Spooner.
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas White, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Thomas White (b. 1841) and Marie Pepper, his wife.
Granddaughter of Sedgwick White (1798-1868) and Huldah Hatfield, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joel White and Dorcas Nash, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas White, Jr., and Elizabeth Morgan, his 2nd wife.
Thomas White, Jr. (1740-1814), served as lieutenant, 1778-80. He was born in Lancaster; died in South
Hadley, Mass.
Also Nos. 25662, 38926.

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[p.94] Miss Catherine Sarah Chaffee.
DAR ID Number: 62287
Born in Larimer County, Col.
Descendant of Major John Moore, Lieut. Moses Hilton, and Lieut. Elemuel Williams.
Daughter of Sherman Blair Chaffee and Alice Marian Williams, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ward Spooner Williams and Flavilla D. Bunker, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ichabod Bunker and Aurilla Albee, his wife; Joseph Williams and Abigail Spooner,
his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Albee and Olive Moore, his wife; Elemuel Williams and Anna Hilton, his
wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Moore, Jr. (b. 1765), and Susanna Steward, his wife; Moses Hilton and
Rachel Thompson, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Moore and Margaret Goffe, his wife, m. 1754.
John Moore (1731-1809) commanded a company of Bedford County militia at the Lexington Alarm and
Bunker Hill; was promoted major after the battle, as the major was killed. Ill health compelled him to
retire, but he aided the cause in civil life. He was born in Litchfield, N. H.; died in Norridgewock, Me.
Moses Hilton (1729-1820) enlisted, 1776, as lieutenant in Capt. Solomon Walker's company, Lincoln
County regiment; also in Capt. Elijah Grant's company, Col. Joseph North's regiment, Massachusetts
militia. He died in Anson, Me.
Elemuel Williams (1751-1820) served as minute man at the siege of Boston. He was sergeant at the
battles of Long Island and Harlem Heights. He was appointed lieutenant, 1777, and was in the Burgoyne
campaign until the surrender and with the army at Valley Forge. Impaired health compelled him to retire,
and he received an honorable discharge, 1778. He was born in Easton, Mass.; died in Woolwich, Me.

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Miss Carrie Holland Shumway.
DAR ID Number: 65006
Born in Belchertown, Mass.
Descendant of Lieut. Luther Holland, Joseph Smith, Capt. Caleb Clarke, and Sergt. David Shumway.
Daughter of John Russell Shumway (1814-71) and Mary Clarke Holland (1821-1902), his wife, m. 1840.
Granddaughter of Eddy Shumway (1784-1850) and Betsy Russell (b. 1789), his wife, m. 1813; Luther
Holland, Jr., and Mercy Smith, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of David Shumway and Rhoda Eddy (d. 1833), his wife, m. 1770; Luther Holland and
Elizabeth Spooner, his wife; Joseph Smith, Jr., and Mary Clarke, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Eunice Bascom, his wife; Caleb Clarke and Hannah Parsons,
his wife.
Luther Holland (1750-1821) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm and served as 2nd lieutenant
under Capt. Wing Spooner. He was born in Shrewsbury; died in Petersham, Mass.
Joseph Smith (1720-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hatfield, Mass.; died in
Lyme, N. H.
Caleb Clarke (1721-92) was captain of the Belchertown company, 1776. He was born in Northampton;
died in Belchertown, Mass.
David Shumway (1742-1818) served as sergeant at the battle of Bennington in Capt. Elijah Dwight's
company of Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sturbridge; died in Belchertown, Mass.

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[p.101] Mrs. Mabel A. Titus Schwartz.
DAR ID Number: 66269
Born in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Wife of Edward Theodore Schwartz.
Descendant of Ebenezer Nye, Major Joshua Sprague, James Sprague, and Ebenezer Spooner.
Daughter of Henry Pugsley Titus (b. 1840) and Clara Alvira Fesler (b. 1850), his wife, m. 1869.
Granddaughter of Thomas True Fesler (1823-96) and Almira A. Nye (b. 1828), his wife, m. 1846.
Gr-granddaughter of George Melzar Nye (1785-1873) and Phoebe Sprague 1787-1860), his wife, m.
1810.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ebenezer Nye and Desire Sawyer (1757-1800), his wife, m. 1776; James Sprague
and Mary Spooner (d. 1794), his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Sprague and Abigail Wilbur (1731-1825), his wife, m. 1750; Ebenezer
Spooner and Sarah Robinson (1720-1807), his wife, m. 1745.
Ebenezer Nye (1750-1823) enlisted in Capt. Edward Bulkley's company, Col. Samuel B. Webb's regiment
of Connecticut militia. He was born in Tolland, Conn.; died in Rainbow, Ohio.
 Joshua Sprague (1729-1816) served, 1776, as major in Col. Archibald Cary's regiment, and, 1777, in Col.
Joab Stafford's Rhode Island regiment of independent volunteers at the battle of Bennington. He was born
and died in Smithfield, R. I.
James Sprague (1756-1845) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Eli Leavenworth's company, Colonel
Meigs' Connecticut regiment. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Otsego, Ohio.
Ebenezer Spooner (1724-1800), who had served in the French and Indian wars, entered the Revolutionary
War as a privateer on the sloop “Charming Polly,” which was captured by the British, 1777. He was born
in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Monkton, Vt.

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Mrs. Fanny Gould Wills.
DAR ID Number: 66999
Born in New Portland, Me.
Wife of George A. Wills.
Descendant of Solomon Walker.
Daughter of Ward Spooner Gould (1842-99) and Sarah Marie Greaton (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Samuel Gould (d. 1876) and Mary Spooner (d. 1873), his wife, m. 1833.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Gould (b. 1768) and Lydia Walker (b. 1775), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Andrew Walker and Damares Cross, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Solomon Walker and Mariam Walker, his wife.
Solomon Walker (1720-89) commanded a company in the 1st Lincoln County, Mass., regiment of militia,
1776. He was born in Kittery or Berwick, Maine; died in Woolrich.

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[p.289] Mrs. Alice Silliman Jeffrey.
DAR ID Number: 68804
Born in Nevada, Iowa.
Wife of A. B. Jeffrey, M. D.
Descendant of Hannaniah Brooks.
Daughter of Rothmer J. Silliman and Lucy Newman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Melissa Brooks and Ira Silliman, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Brooks and Elizabeth Todd, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hannaniah Brooks and Elizabeth Spooner, his wife.
Hannaniah Brooks (1758-1850) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio for service as private in the
Connecticut militia. He was born in Killingly, Conn.; died in Ohio.
Also Nos. 15063, 20449, 32149.

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Mrs. Gwendolyn Hoard Tonne.
DAR ID Number: 69154
Born in Fort Atkinson, Wis.
Wife of August Tonne.
Descendant of Capt. Jesse Sawyer and of John McPherson.
Daughter of Arthur Ralph Hoard (b. 1863) and Grace Edith McPherson (1865-1903), his wife, m. 1886.
[p.59] Granddaughter of William Dempster Hoard (b. 1836) and Agnes Elizabeth Bragg (b. 1840), his
wife, m. 1860; John James McPherson (b. 1826) and Matilda Wood (b. 1827), his wife, m. 1855.
Gr-granddaughter of William Bradford Hoard (1806-82) and Sarah Katherine White (1808-83), his wife,
m. 1833; John McPherson, Jr. (1784-1868), and Lucretia Spooner, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John McPherson and Agnes McLaughlin, his wife; Benjamin White (1774-1817)
and Betsy Sawyer (b. 1773), his wife, m. 1795.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Sawyer and Catherine White (1749-1829), his wife.
Jesse Sawyer was lieutenant of Green Mountain Boys, 1775, and, 1778, was appointed captain of a
company to serve to the northward. He commanded a company of Rangers, 1780-81, for the defense of
Vermont. He was born in Bennington; died, 1829, in Walton, N. Y.
Also Nos. 15184, 65068.
John McPherson served as a private in Capt. John Morris' company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire
regiment, 1775. He died in Bedford, N. H.

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Mrs. Gracie Adella Wells.
DAR ID Number: 69917
Born in Rochester, N. Y.
Wife of Jefferson Theodore Wells.
Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Archer, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of Walter Spooner Stephens and Harriet Ellen Archer, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Archer and Clarissa Day, his 2nd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Zebina Archer and Abigail Archer, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Archer and Elizabeth Archer, his wife (parents of Zebina).
Benjamin Archer (1702-81) signed the Association Test of Keene. He was a member of a company of
foot and was appointed to notify said company in case they were needed. He died in Keene, N. H.

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Mrs. Edith F. Spooner James.
DAR ID Number: 73625
Born in Addison County, Vt.
Wife of Samuel James.
Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Miner.
Daughter of Horatio Weston Spooner (b. 1850) and Polly Alma Marshall (b. 1852), his wife, m. 1872.
Granddaughter of Hayward Marshall (1800-76) and Nancy B. Hayward (1821-83), his wife, m. 1847.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hayward (1786-1855) and Betsey Miner (1798-1848), his 2nd wife, m. 1821.

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Mrs. Carrie Starr Parkhurst.
DAR ID Number: 73655
Born in New London, Conn.
Wife of Charles Dyer Parkhurst.
Descendant of Lieut. Charles Spooner.
Daughter of George Edgar Starr (1828-1906) and Sarah Isabelle Mallory (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1851.
Granddaughter of Nathan Mallory (1804-27) and Sarah Stockman (1808-88), his wife, m. 1833.
Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Stockman (1764-1832) and Susan Spooner (1764-1830), his wife, m. 1786.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Charles Spooner and Mary Mindwell Gardiner (d. 1780), his 2nd wife, m. 1762.
Charles Spooner (1738-79) was chosen lieutenant of Capt. Jabez Chamblin's company of Light Infantry
of Newport, R. I.

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Mrs. Ada L. Clapp Grubb.
DAR ID Number: 75011
Born in Lockport, N. Y.
Wife of Frederick E. Grubb.
Descendant of Corp. Jeduthan Spooner.
Daughter of James Ross Clapp (b. 1822) and Mary L. Gates (1827-99), his wife, m. 1845.
Granddaughter of Cephas Clapp (1788-1853) and Hannah Spooner (1792-1857), his wife, m. 1815.
Gr-granddaughter of Jeduthan Spooner and Hannah Crowell (1755-1817), his wife, m. 1781.
Jeduthan Spooner (1755-1817) responded to the Lexington Alarm as corporal in Capt. Thomas Kempton's
company of minute men. [p.5] In 1777 served in Capt. Timothy Poage's company, Col. James Converse's
regiment, at the Bennington Alarm. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Hardwick, Mass.

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Mrs. Marion A. Evans Herold.
DAR ID Number: 75131
Born in St. Charles, Ill.
Wife of Oscar Herold.
Descendant of John Hodgkins.
Daughter of Albert Spooner Evans (1831-72) and Sarah Van Vrankin (1832-88), his wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of James Walker Evans (1802-68) and Eunice Stevens Hodgkins (1805-90), his wife, m.
1825.
Gr-granddaughter of John Hodgkins and Hannah Spooner (1767-1828), his wife.
John Hodgkins (1763-1850) enlisted, 1779, and served until peace was declared, as body guard and
private under Captain Spooner. He died in Charlestown, N. H.

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Mrs. Nellie E. Porter Wing.
DAR ID Number: 78639
Born in Strong, Me.
Wife of E. M. Wing.
Descendant of Ezekiel Porter, Samuel Goold, Ward Spooner, Capt. Solomon Walker, and Elvaton Parker.
Daughter of Alexander P. Porter (1825-76) and Emily S. Gould (b. 1838), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Ezekiel Porter, Jr. (1790-1867), and Eunice Hiscock (1797-1857), his wife, m. 1817;
Samuel Gould, 3rd (1803-76), and Mary Spooner (1805-73), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Porter and Betsy Wyman (d. 1848), his wife, m. 1784; Samuel Gould, Jr. (b.
1768), and Lydia Walker (b. 1775), his wife, m. 1796; Ward Spooner, Jr. (1777-1872), and Betsy Parker
(1779-1845), his wife, m. 1798.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Goold and Mary L. Gouch (1729-1808), his wife, m. 1752; Andrew
Walker and Damaris Cross, his wife; Ward Spooner and Abigail Pease, his wife; Elvaton Parker and
Mary Beetle (1750-96), his wife, m. 1771.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Solomon Walker and Miriam —, his wife.
Ezekiel Porter served, 1780, in Capt. Justin Ely's company, Major Joseph Hosman's Middlesex County,
Massachusetts regiment. He was born, 1762, in Weymouth, Mass.; died in Clarkestown, N. Y.
 Samuel Goold (1728-1806) served as a private, 1776, in a company raised for home defense in
Woolwich, Me., where he died. He was born in Eliot, Me.
 Ward Spooner, a private in the company of Capt. Thomas Kempton, answered the Lexington Alarm from
Dartmouth, Mass., where, in 1751, he was born.
Solomon Walker (1720-90) commanded a company in the 1st Lincoln County, Massachusetts regiment of
militia, 1776. He was born in Kittery; died in Woolwich, Me.
 Elvaton Parker (1749-97) served as a private, 1776, in Lieut, Jeremiah Mantor's company stationed at
Marthas Vineyard. He was born in Yarmouth, Mass.; died in Farmington, Me.

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Mrs. Alice Libbey Walbridge.
DAR ID Number: 79159
Born in Chelsea, Mass.
Wife of William Spooner Walbridge.
Descendant of Lieut. Elisha Hatch.
Daughter of William Langdon Libbey (1826-83) and Julia Amanda Miller (1835-79), his wife, m. 1853.
Granddaughter of William Miller and Sarahan Hatch (1813-98), his wife, m. 1834.
Gr-granddaughter of Prince Hatch (1781-1819) and Sarah McIntyre (1785-1851), his wife, m. 1803.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elisha Hatch and Betty Howland (b. 1743), his 1st wife, m. 1766.
Elisha Hatch (1743-1803) served as lieutenant, 1777, in the 3rd Lincoln County, Massachusetts regiment.
He was born in Marshfield, Mass.; died in Damariscotta, Me.
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Miss Marie Walbridge.
DAR ID Number: 79422
Born in New Centre, Mass.
Descendant of Lieut. Elisha Hatch.
Daughter of William Spooner Walbridge and Alice Libbey (b. 1858), his wife, m. 1882.

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Miss S. Abbie Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 79511
Born in Charleston, N. H.
Descendant of John Spooner and of Lieut. Elias Hull.
Daughter of Stephen Alden Spooner (b. 1835) and Sophia Lois Hull (1839-90), his wife, m. 1855.
Granddaughter of John Alden Spooner (1796-1885) and Prudence Jenner (d. 1835), his wife, m. 1815;
Horace Hull, Jr. (1816-94), and Abigail K. Tuttle (1821-99), his wife, m. 1838.
Gr-granddaughter of John Spooner and Sarah (Gilbert) Whitlock, his wife; Horace Hull (1781-1865) and
Tapheus Downer (1780-1818), his wife, m. 1806.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Elias Hull and Mary Campbell, his wife.
John Spooner (1745-1811) responded to the Lexington Alarm as minute man from Bedford, Mass. He
was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Hubbardston, Vt.
Elias Hull (1748-1834) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Charlestown, Mass., for service as
private, ensign and lieutenant, 1775-78. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; died in Lempster, N. H.

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Mrs. Agnes Eliza Stock Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 79555
Born in Pelham, Ontario, Canada.
Wife of Eugene Thayer Spooner.
Descendant of John Stock, Joseph Whiting, Samuel Coomes, Simon Colton, and Festus Colton, all of
Massachusetts.
Daughter of Hosea Thomas Stock (1821-91) and Mary Avery Hawkes (1822-99), his wife, m. 1843.
Granddaughter of John Stock, Jr. (1787-1863), and Martha (or Patty) Whiting (1791-1833), his wife, m.
1809; Oliver S. Hawkes (b. 1790) and Miriam Coomes (b. 1793), his wife, m. 1813.
Gr-granddaughter of John Stock and Phœbe Cothrell (1754-89), his wife, m. 1785; Joseph Whiting and
Abigail (Nabby) Alden (b. 1757), his wife, m. 1778; Walter Coomes (1766-1842) and Flavia Colton
(1771-99), his wife, m. 1790.
[p.200] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Coomes and Miriam Hall (1748-96), his wife, m. 1761; Festus
Colton and Eunice Keep (d. 1807), his wife, m. 1768.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Simon Colton and Abigail Burt (1714-60), his 1st wife, m. 1736.
John Stock enlisted, 1777, in Capt. James Hatch's company, Colonel Bailey's Plymouth County,
Massachusetts regiment.
Joseph Whiting (1724-1813) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Robert Orr's
company of minute men, Col. John Bailey's regiment. He was born and died in Hingham.
Samuel Coomes enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Ephraim Chapin's company, Col. Ruggles
Woodbridge's Massachusetts regiment. He was born, 1730, in Hampshire County, and died there after
1782.
Simon Colton (1709-96) was a member of committee to draw up resolutions for Hampden County, Mass.,
1774, to aid the cause of the Revolution. He was born and died in Longmeadow.
Festus Colton served, 1777, as a private in Capt. Gideon Burt's company, Col. David Leonard's
Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Longmeadow.

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Mrs. Julie French Owen Garfield.
DAR ID Number: 79659
Born in Barton, Vt.
Wife of Rev. John Pearl Garfield.
Descendant of James Goodwin, Lieut. Asa French, Ensign Edward Ruggles, Thomas Hazen, Thomas
Hazen, Jr., Caleb Arnold, and Samuel Dutton.
Daughter of Oscar Daniel Owen (1842-1907) and Mary Abigail French (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of Daniel Owen (1805-92) and Sarah Bernard (1814-77), his wife, m. 1836; Fordyce
Spooner French (1810-71) and Eliza Ann Jewett Boardman (1817-48), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of William Bernard (b. 1779) and Bathsheba Goodwin (b. 1777), his wife, m. 1801;
Samuel French (1766-1854) and Mary (Polly) Ruggles (1769-1844), his wife, m. 1795; John Boardman
(1783-1851) and Abigail Hazen (1785-1851), his wife, m. 1810; Joseph Owen (1778-1866) and Esther
Colwell (1783-1870), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Goodwin and Bathsheba Robbins (1743-1814), his wife, m. 1765; Asa
French and Ann Smith (1745-1812), his wife; Timothy Ruggles and Mary —, his wife, m. 1769; Thomas
Hazen, Jr. (1758-1835), and Abigail Dutton (1763-1811), his wife, m. 1779; William Colwell (1740-93)
and Lucy Arnold (b. 1748), his wife, m. 1772.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Edward Ruggles and Lucy Spooner (1729-1821), his wife, m. 1746; Thomas
Hazen and Ann Tenney (1726-1802), his wife, m. 1742; Samuel Dutton and Joanna Root (1737-72), his
1st wife, m. 1754; Caleb Arnold and Patience Brown (1729-80), his wife, m. 1745.
James Goodwin (1721-1831) served as private in Capt. Thomas Gate's company on the Lexington Alarm.
He was born and died in Lancaster, Mass.
Asa French (1742-1833) served as lieutenant in Col. James Convers' Massachusetts regiment. He was
born in Berkley; died in Oakham, Mass.
Edward Ruggles (1723-78) served as ensign on the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Hardwick,
Mass.
Thomas Hazen (1719-82) was a member of the Committee of Safety, and in 1780 he and his son Thomas
served as privates in Capt. Joshua Hazen's company, Col. John Wood's regiment. He was born in
Norwich, Conn.; died in Hartford, Vt.
Caleb Arnold (1725-84) served as deputy, 1775-78, and on war committees of Gloucester. He also served
in Capt. Stephen Kimball's [p.237] company, Col. Robert Elliott's regiment. He was born in Smith-field,
R. I.
 Samuel Dutton (1737-1813) served as private in Capt. Jesse Safford's company, Vermont regiment. He
was born in Connecticut; died in Vermont.

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Mrs. Ellen Vining Bostwick.
DAR ID Number: 80018
Born in Omaha, Nebr.
Wife of William Warren Bostwick.
Descendant of Sergt. George Vining, Lieut. Luther Holland, Jonathan Woods, Joseph Smith, Joseph Barr,
and Capt. Caleb Clark.
Daughter of Edward Payson Vining (b. 1847) and Annabel Bodwell (1846-87), his 1st wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of George Whitfield Vining (1822-79) and Emily Holland (1822-46), his 1st wife, m.
1845.
Gr-granddaughter of George Vining, Jr. (1789-1871), and Susan Woods (1798-1867), his wife, m. 1817;
Luther Holland, Jr. (1776-1851), and Mercy Smith (1780-1873), his wife, m. 1818.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Vining and Abigail Alden (1761-1831), his wife, m. 1778; Jonathan
Woods and Lydia Barr (1762-1843), his wife, m. 1784; Luther Holland and Elizabeth Spooner (1757-
1831), his wife, m. 1775; Joseph Smith, Jr. (1750-86), and Mary Clark (1753-1842), his wife, m. 1776.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Barr and Anne Nye (1741-1802), his wife, m. 1759; Joseph Smith and
Eunice Bascom (b. 1725), his wife, m. 1743; Caleb Clark and Hannah Parsons (1725-1812), his wife, m.
1748.
George Vining (1754-1822) was private, 1775, under Capt. William Reed and Sergeant, 1778, under
Capt. Joseph Cole and Col. John Jacobs. He was born in Norton; died in Plainfield, Mass.
Joseph Barr (1735-1801) was a private, 1777, in Capt. Francis Stone's company, Col. James Converse's
Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in New Braintree, Mass.
Jonathan Woods (1761-1830) served, 1781, under Capt. John Cutler and Col. Luke Drury. He was born in
New Braintree; died in Belchertown, Mass.
 Caleb Clark (1724-92) was captain, 1776, under Col. Samuel Howe and later in the 4th Hampshire
County regiment, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Northampton; died in Belchertown, Mass.
Luther Holland (1750-1821) was private, 1775, under Capt. John Wheeler and Col. Ephraim Doolittle,
and lieutenant, 1776, under [p.8] Capt. Wing Spooner and Col. Nathan Sparhawk. He was born in
Shrewsbury; died in Petersham, Mass.
 Joseph Smith (1720-1803) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Captain Cowles' company, Colonel
Woolbridges' regiment. He was born in Hatfield, Mass.; died in Lyme, N. H.
Also Nos. 65006, 76708.

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Mrs. Lydia Newcomb Mcquilkin.
DAR ID Number: 80742
Born in Clayton County, Iowa.
Wife of Austin McQuilkin.
Descendant of Bradford Newcomb.
Daughter of Silas Bradford Newcomb (1829-90) and Susan Augusta Nye (1830-62), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of Silas Newcomb (1775-1857) and Susanna Spooner Bartlett (d. 1853), his 3rd wife, m.
1819.

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Mrs. Florence Esther Mcquilkin Musser.
DAR ID Number: 80743
Born in Fayette County, Iowa.
Wife of Arche Musser.
Descendant of Bradford Newcomb.
Daughter of Austin McQuilkin (b. 1841) and Lydia Newcomb (b. 1856), his wife, m. 1881.
Granddaughter of Silas Bradford Newcomb (1829-90) and Susan Augusta Nye (1830-62), his wife, m.
1847.
Gr-granddaughter of Silas Newcomb (1775-1857) and Susanna Spooner Bartlett (d. 1853), his 3rd wife,
m. 1819.

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Miss Lucretia E. Evans.
DAR ID Number: 80940
Born in Oxford, N. H.
Descendant of John Hodgkins and of Capt. Wing Spooner.
Daughter of Seth Gilbert Evans (1803-56) and Hannah L. Hodgkins (1807-71), his wife, m. 1834.
Granddaughter of John Hodgkins and Hannah Spooner (1767-1828), his 3rd wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Wing Spooner and Eunice Stevens (1746-1838), his wife, m. 1763.
John Hodgkins (1763-1850) enlisted, 1779, and served until peace was declared, as bodyguard and
private under Captain Spooner. He died in Charlestown, N. H.
 Wing Spooner (1738-1810) commanded a company in Col. Nathan Sparhawk's regiment, 1777, and was
at West Point when Arnold deserted the post. He died in Petersham, Mass.

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Miss Sibyl Ink.
DAR ID Number: 82055
Born in Scipio, Ohio.
Descendant of Tilton Eastman, Sergt. Benjamin Spooner, Capt. John Wisner, Capt. John Wisner, Jr., and
Corp. David Chandler.
Daughter of Morgan Eastman Ink (b. 1851) and Ella Baker (b. 1850), his wife, m. 1878.
Granddaughter of Samuel B. Ink (1821-1904) and Mary Eastman (b. 1829), his wife, m. 1847; William
Baker (1813-83) and Elizabeth Chandler (1817-95), his wife, m. 1843.
Gr-granddaughter of John Eastman (1797-1871) and Cynthia Spooner (1807-55), his wife, m. 1824;
Jonathan Chandler (1792-1843) and Elizabeth Metcalf (1796-1889), his wife, m. 1815.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Eastman (1774-1858) and Sarah Wisner (1777-1862), his wife, m. 1797;
William Spooner (1766-1828) and Abigail Bennett (1770-1840), his wife, m. 1789; David Chandler and
Miriam Simons (b. 1753), his wife, m. 1772.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Tilton Eastman and Polly Owen, his wife, m. 1767; Benjamin Spooner and
Mary Pierce, his wife, m. 1764; John Wisner, Jr., and Mary Thompson, his 1st wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Wisner and Anne —, his wife.
Tilton Eastman (1741-1805) served as private in the Ulster County, New York militia, under Col. James
McClaughrey. He was born in New Fairfield, Conn.; died in Hamburg, N. J.
 Benjamin Spooner (1749-1827) served as sergeant in Capt. Washburn's company, under Colonels Sprout
and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.
John Wisner (1718-78) commanded a company of Orange County minute men. He was born in
Switzerland; died in Orange County, N. Y.
John Wisner, Jr. (1741-1811), was captain of the Purling Brook New York regiment. He was born and
died in New York.
 David Chandler (1747-1816) turned out at the Lexington Alarm as corporal from Enfield. Conn., where
he was born and died.

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Mrs. Jennie E. Doty Davidson.
DAR ID Number: 82340
Born in Colon, Mich.
Wife of George H. Davidson.
Descendant of Thomas Faxon of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Edwin Faxon Doty (1824-94) and Geraldine Lewis (1826-94), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of Nathan Doty (1796-1884) and Joanna Faxon (1798-1883), his wife, m. 1819.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Faxon (1771-1828) and Patty Spooner (1771-1853), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Faxon and Joanna Allen (1732-1824), his wife, m. 1749.
Thomas Faxon (1724-92) enlisted from Deerfield, 1777, in Capt. Joseph Stebbins' company, and, 1778,
served in Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in Braintree; died
in Deerfield.
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Miss Irene Curtis.
DAR ID Number: 83587
Born in Wilton, Iowa.
Descendant of Benjamin Chandler, as follows:
1. Charles Curtis (b. 1845), m. 1876, Lola Lawrence (1853-1901).
2. Jerome K. Curtis, m. 1844, Annie Spooner (b. 1819).
3. Eleazer Spooner, m. 1819, Isabella Beach (b. 1800).
4. David Beach, m. 1793, Anna Chandler.
5. Benjamin Chandler, m. Elizabeth Jeffry.
Benjamin Chandler (1717-77) was a volunteer at Bennington and was the only man killed from
Tinmouth, Vt. His eldest sons, Joseph and John, were with him in the battle. He was born in Salisbury,
Conn.

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[p.298] Miss Theresa Caroline Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 83777
Born in Somerset County, Me.
Descendant of Ward Spooner and of John Cragin, as follows:
1. Lemont Spooner (1816-97), m. 1843, Caroline Cragin (1808-82).
2. Dr. Ward Spooner, Jr. (b. 1777), m. 1798, Betsy Parker (1779-1845); Simeon Cragin (1761-1832), m.,
2nd, 1796, Molley Sander (1772-1850).
3. Ward Spooner, m. Abigail Pease; John Cragin, m. 1755, Sarah Barrett (d. 1771).
Ward Spooner responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Thomas Kempton's company from
Dartmouth, where, in 1751, he was born.
John Cragin (1725-97) signed the Association Test, 1776, of Temple, N. H., where he died. He was born
in Woburn, Mass.

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Mrs. Lina Mason Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 84240
Born in Natick, Mass.
Wife of Charles E. Spooner.
[p.98] Descendant of James Leavitt, as follows:
1. A. Freeman Mason (b. 1833), m. 1858, Eliza M. Bartlett (1835-73).
2. John Mason (1802-77), m. 1831, Ann B. L. Towle (1815-37).
3. Simon Towle (1789-1874), m. 1813, Lydia Leavitt (1792-1836).
4. James Leavitt, m. 1781, Betsey Batchelder (1761-1841).
James Leavitt (1760-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Rockingham County, 1820, for service as
private in New Hampshire Continental Line. He was born and died in Hampton, N. H.

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Mrs. E. Gertrude Cutler Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 86464
Born in Northbridge, Mass.
Wife of George R. Spooner.
Descendant of Ebenezer Cutler and of Ebenezer Cutler, Jr., as follows:
1. Ebenezer Cutler (1819-86) m., 1844, Emily Johnson (1820-74).
2. Ebenezer Cutler (1789-1851) m., 1816, Milly Blake (1796-1876).
3. Ebenezer Cutler, Jr., m., 1788, Elizabeth Brown (1769-1849).
4. Ebenezer Cutler m., 1764, Meriam Bennett.
Ebenezer Cutler (1729-1819) served as private in Capt. Warren's company, from Grafton, Mass., where
he was born and died.
Ebenezer Cutler, Jr. (1765-1819) enlisted, 1781, in Colonel Sproat's regiment and in 1838 his widow
received a pension. He was born and died in Grafton, Mass.

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[p.178] Mrs. Caroline M. Spooner Jenison.
DAR ID Number: 86553
Born in Seneca County, Ohio.
Wife of Edward S. Jenison.
Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Spooner, as follows:
1. William Spooner, Jr. (1797-1860), m. 2nd, 1831, Caroline F. Burt (1809-85).
2. William Spooner (1766-1829) m., 1789, Abigail Bennett (1770-1840).
3. Benjamin Spooner m., 1764, Mary Hoskins Peirce.
Benjamin Spooner (1743-1827) served as sergeant in Captain Washburn's company, under Colonels
Sprout and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.

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Mrs. Sarah Caverly Swift Turner.
DAR ID Number: 87309
Born in Pittsford, Vt.
Wife of James P. Turner.
Descendant of Philip Caverly, Judah Paddock Spooner, Corp. David Goddard, Abisha Leach, and Lieut.
Laban Morrill, as follows:
1. Henry Haven Swift (b. 1855) m., 1881, Caroline Ames Caverly (b. 1858).
2. Rev. Eliphalet Young Swift (1815-92) m., 1843, Catherine Spooner Leach (1816-98); Abiel Moore
Caverly (1817-79) m. 2nd, 1854, Sarah L. Goddard (1830-1902).
3. Solomon Caverly (1795-1879) m., 1816, Sarah Moore (1796-1850); Solomon Goddard (1796-1854)
m., 1821, Sarah Nurse (1792-1862); Andrew Leach (1768-1840) m. 2nd, 1810, Deborah Spooner (1779-
1823).
4. Moses Caverly (1771-1821) m., 1793, Judith Caverno (1774-1824); John Goddard (b. 1768) m.
Hannah Forristall; Abisha Leach m., 1765, Patience Wood (b. 1745); Judah Paddock Spooner m., 1770,
Deborah Douglass; John Goddard (b. 1768) m. Hannah Forristall; John Moore (1769-1810) m., 1794,
Hannah Morrill (1773-1864).
5. Philip Caverly m., 1770, Bridget Pendergast (1745-1818); David Goddard m. Margaret Stone; Laban
Morrill m., 1794, Sarah Ames (1747-1827).
Philip Caverly (1745-1813) signed the Association Test and, 1777, entered the army and was on duty
several months in Rhode Island. He was born in Portsmouth; died in Barrington, N. H.
Judah Paddock Spooner (1748-1807) served in a company of Connecticut volunteers at the battle of
Bunker Hill and subsequently was in the privateer service. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in
Rutland, Vt.
Also Nos. 5741, 14302, 16359.
David Goddard (1730-77) in 1777 was corporal in Capt. John Blanchard's company, Col. James Wesson's
regiment, Continental army. He was born in Shrewsbury, Mass.; lived in Orange, Mass.
Abisha Leach (1740-1817) served as a private in Captain Keith's company, Massachusetts troops, and
was member of Committee. He was born in Bridgewater; died in Easton, Mass.
Laban Morrill (1731-1802) served as lieutenant in Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment, 1776. He was born
and died in Canterbury, N. H.
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Mrs. La Vera Doty Sullivan.
DAR ID Number: 88165
Born in Minneapolis, Minn.
Wife of James Sullivan.
Descendant of Thomas Faxon, as follows:
1. Edwin Faxon Doty, Jr. (b. 1864), m. 1889 Emma Segerstrom (b. 1865).
2. Edwin Faxon Doty (1824-94) m. 1847 Geraldine Lewis (1826-94).
3. Nathan Doty (1796-1884) m. 1819 Johanna Faxon (1798-1883).
4. Samuel Faxon (1771-1828) m. 1796 Patty Spooner (1771-1853).
5. Thomas Faxon m. 1749 Johanna Allen (1732-1814).
[p.56] Thomas Faxon (1724-92) enlisted from Deerfield, 1777, in Capt. Joseph Stebbins' company, and
1778, served in Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in
Braintree; died in Deerfield, Mass.

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Mrs. Alma Young Miller.
DAR ID Number: 89862
Born in Calvert, Tex.
Wife of R. E. L. Miller, M. D.
Descendant of Col. Samuel Denny, as follows:
1. Henry Clay Young (b. 1843) m. Eliza Parker (b. 1843).
2. Daniel Parker (1797-1850) m. 1829 Elizabeth Denny (1708-1855).
3. David Denny (1764-1821) m. 1791 Elizabeth Spooner (1770-1849).
4. Samuel Denny m. 1757 Elizabeth Henshaw.
Samuel Denny (1731-1817) served as lieutenant-colonel under Col. William Henshaw on the Lexington
Alarm and subsequently as colonel of militia. He also gave valuable civil service in the General Court and
as chairman of the Committee of Safety of Leicester, Mass., where he was born and died.

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[p.90] Mrs. Florence Davidson Covell.
DAR ID Number: 90275
Born in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wife of Louis Chapin Covell.
Descendant of Thomas Faxon, as follows:
1. George Holcomb Davidson (b. 1846) m. 1878 Jennie Doty (b. 1856).
2. Edwin Faxon Doty (1824-94) m. 1847 Geraldine Lewis (1826-94).
3. Nathan Doty (1796-1884) m. 1819 Joanna Faxon (1798-1883).
4. Samuel Faxon (1771-1828) m. 1796 Patty Spooner (1771-1853).
5. Thomas Faxon m. 1749 Joanna Allen (1732-1814).
Thomas Faxon (1724-92) enlisted from Deerfield, 1777, in Capt. Joseph Stebbin's company, and, 1778,
served in Capt. Jacob Wales' company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born in Braintree; died
in Deerfield, Mass.

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Mrs. Sophia Smith Main.
DAR ID Number: 91983
Born in Rochester, Vt.
Wife of Willet S. Main.
Descendant of Capt. Steele Smith as follows:
1. Samuel Newell Smith (1796-1889) m. 1827 Lois Williams (1801-83).
2. Samuel Smith (1765-1842) m. Lucy Woods (1763-1859).
3. Steele Smith m. Lois Spooner (b. 1729).
Steele Smith (1729-1812) served, 1777, in Capt. John Benjamin's company, Col. Joel Marsh's Vermont
regiment, and, 1778, was captain of scouts under Col. Ebenezer Woods. He was born in Torrington,
Conn.; died in Windsor, Vt.

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[p.105] Mrs. Inez Grant Davis Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 93338
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Horace Spooner.
Descendant of Sanford Davis, Matthew Shields, and Lieut. John Todd, as follows:
1. David Grant Davis (1832-59) m. 1857 Martha Elizabeth Shields (1833-1911).
2. Daniel Davis (1793-1860) m. 1823 Hannah Grant (b. 1801); Rev. William Shields (1806-41) m. 1832
Ann Todd Jones (1804-68).
3. Sanford Davis m. 1790 Deborah Coffin (b. 1761); Robert Shields (1775-1846) m. 1799 Martha Brown
(1778-1864); James Jones (1765-1834) m. 1786 Elizabeth Todd (1768-1857).
4. George Shields (b. 1752) m. 1774 Mary —; John Todd m. 1766 Sarah Ismay (1751-1833).
5. Matthew Shields m. 1750 Sarah —.
Sanford Davis served as private in Capt. Amos Cogswell's company, Col. M. Jackson's Massachusetts
regiment. He was born, 1763, in Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; died in Farmington, Me.
Matthew Shields (1730-85) served as private in Capt. John McConnell's company, Lieut.-Col. Samuel
Culbertson's 4th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Cumberland
County; died in Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
John Todd (1739-1823) was 2nd lieutenant in Capt. William Logan's company, Somerset County, New
Jersey militia. He was born in Longford, Ireland; died in Lamington, N. J.

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Mrs. Mary Lovilla Sanderson.
DAR ID Number: 96269
Born in Greenwich, Mass.
Wife of Charles Sanderson.
Descendant of Thomas Spooner, as follows:
1. Elijah Spooner (1791-1872) m. Fanny Harris (1795-1864).
2. Thomas Spooner m. 2nd 1785 Martha Smith (d. 1839).
[p.86] Thomas Spooner (1751-1837) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Samuel Billings' company, Col. Ebenezer
Learned's regiment, and served until 1781, under different commands. He was born in Hardwick; died in
Greenwich, Mass.

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Mrs. Lucile Eleanor Thompson Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 96705
Born in Belmond, Iowa.
Wife of John D. Spooner.
Descendant of Abner Hollister, as follows:
1. Harold Cameron Thompson (b. 1861) m. 1885 Kate Elder Thompson (b. 1867).
2. Francis Edward Thompson (1837-92) m. 1857 Lydia Andress (1838-1904).
3. Seymour Thompson (1798-1855) m. Betsy McKee (1802-55).
4. Francis McKee (b. 1770) m. 1795 Margaret Hollister (b. 1777).
5. Abner Hollister m. 1775 Sarah Betty.
Abner Hollister (1754-1813), in 1775, was a soldier in the Canadian campaign. He was captured on the
march to Quebec but escaped, and after much suffering in a pathless wilderness reached home. He was
born in Glastonbury, Conn.; died in Cato, N. Y.

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Mrs. Helen M. Hixson Schwennsen.
DAR ID Number: 97683
Born in Herman, Minn.
Wife of Max Schwennsen.
Descendant of Shearjashub Spooner, as follows:
1. Edwin S. Hixson (b. 1865) m. 1892 Flora M. Goodell (b. 1872).
2. Charles Franklin Goodell (1840-1911) m. 1860 Maria Jane Spooner (b. 1839).
3. Paul Spooner, Jr. (1803-86), m. 1836 Roxanna Ketcham (1814-1901).
4. Paul Spooner m. Deborah White.
5. Shearjashub Spooner m. Sarah Whipple.
Shearjashub Spooner (1735-85) enlisted, 1777, as private in Capt. Wing Spooner's company, Col. Nathan
Sparhawk's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Newport, R. I.; died in Heath, Mass.

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Miss Alfreida K. Richards.
DAR ID Number: 99453
Born in New Bedford, Mass.
Descendant of Daniel Dunham, as follows:
1. William Dunham Richards (b. 1840) m. 1862 H. Elizabeth Kimball (1843-1910).
2. Silas W. Richards (1791-1849) m. 1832 Harriet Dunham (1804-70).
3. George Spooner Dunham (1769-1861) m. 1799 Harriet Bennett (d. 1835).
4. Robert Dunham (1742-1819) m. 1762 Elizabeth Spooner.
5. Daniel Dunham m. 1737 Abigail Hart.
Daniel Dunham (1712-96) served as a justice of the peace of Newport, R. I. He was born and died in
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[p.117] Mrs. Martha Spooner Rowell.
DAR ID Number: 101390
Born in Seneca County, Ohio.
Wife of A. C. Rowell.
Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Spooner, as follows:
1. William Spooner, Jr. (1797-1860), m. 2nd 1831 Caroline F. Burt (1809-85).
2. William Spooner (1766-1829) m. 1789 Abigal Bennett (1770-1840).
3. Benjamin Spooner m. 1764 Mary Hoskins Peirce.
Benjamin Spooner (1743-1827) served as sergeant in Captain Washburn's company, under Colonels
Sprout and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.

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Mrs. Marcia C. Spooner Beymer.
DAR ID Number: 101885
Born in Seneca County, Ohio.
Wife of Merritt C. Beymer.
Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Spooner, as follows:
1. William Spooner, Jr. (1797-1860), m. 2nd, 1831 Caroline Burt (1809-85).
2. William Spooner (1766-1829) m. 1789 Abigail Bennett (1770-1840).
3. Benjamin Spooner m. 1764 Mary Hoskins Pierce.
Benjamin Spooner (1743-1827) served as sergeant in Captain Washburn's company under Colonels
Sprout and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.

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Miss Caroline Alden Huling.
DAR ID Number: 104764
Born in Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Descendant of Judah Paddack Spooner, as follows:
1. Edmund James Huling (1820-91) m. 1842 Ann Rebecca Spooner (1822-91).
2. Alden Spooner (1783-1848) m. 1st 1807 Rebecca Jermain (1786-1824).
3. Judah Paddack Spooner m. 1770 Deborah Douglass (1753-1823).
Judah Paddack Spooner (1748-1807) served in a company of Connecticut volunteers at the battle of
Bunker Hill, and subsequently was in the privateer service. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in
Rutland, Vt.

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Miss Louisa Evans Chapin.
DAR ID Number: 105155
Born in Tien Tsin, China.
Descendant of Capt. Wing Spooner, as follows:
1. Dwight Lyman Chapin (d. 1894) m. Clara Evans (d. 1904).
2. Seth Gilbert Chapin (1803-56) m. 1834 Hannah L. Hodgkins (1807-50).
3. John Hodgkins (1763-1850) m. 3rd Hannah Spooner (1767-1828).
4. Wing Spooner m. 1763 Eunice Stevens (1746-1838).
Wing Spooner (1738-1810) commanded a company in Col. Nathan Sparhawk's regiment, 1777, and was
at West Point when Arnold deserted the post. He died in Petersham, Mass.

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Mrs. Jessie Millard Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 107777
Born in Princeton, Wis.
Wife of Arthur Spooner.
Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Massey: as follows:
1. Nathan T. Millard (1819-97) m. 1844 Clarissa L. Massey (1827-1906).
2. Baker Massey (1791-1858) m. Polly Stowell (1798-1876).
3. Jonathan Massey m. 1765 Betsy Woodbury (1748-1809).
Jonathan Massey (1747-1830) in 1777 was sergeant in Capt. Jeremiah Dow's company, Colonel Welch's
regiment of volunteers, which joined the Northern Continental Army. He was born in New Hampshire;
died in Watertown, N. Y.

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Mrs. Alta Owen Bogart.
DAR ID Number: 109701
Born in Seneca County, Ohio.
Wife of Bruce L. Bogart.
Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Spooner, as follows:
1. Charles Owen (1829-1905) m. 2nd 1854 Anna R. Rhineberg (1838-1907).
2. Nathaniel Owen (1789-1847) m. 1810 Elizabeth Spooner (1791-1881).
3. William Spooner (1766-1828) m. 1789 Abigail Bennett.
4. Benjamin Spooner m. 1764 Mary Pierce.
Benjamin Spooner (1743-1827) served as sergeant in Captain Washburn's company, under Colonels
Sprout and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.

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Miss S. Ida Phillips.
DAR ID Number: 111855
Born in Providence, R. I.
Descendant of Lieut. Charles Spooner, as follows:
1. Charles F. Phillips (1823-95) m. 1849 Mary Anna Low (b. 1825).
2. Joseph Low (1795-1859) m. 1821 Mary M. Coggshall (1800-66).
3. Charles Coggshall (1764-1817) m. 1784 Hannah Spooner (1764-1834).
4. Charles Spooner m. 2nd 1762 Mary M. Gardiner (d. 1780).
Charles Spooner (1738-79) was chosen lieutenant of Capt. Jabez Chamblin's company of light infantry of
Newport, R. I.

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Mrs. Elsie Palmer Wallis.
DAR ID Number: 112430
Born in Malcolm, Iowa.
Wife of Samuel L. Wallis.
Descendant of Joseph Lewis, as follows:
1. Lucius B. Palmer (b. 1845) m. 1870 Lucinda Spooner (b. 1846).
2. Azariah B. Palmer (1811-1900) m. 1839 Mary Ann Lewis (1821-1903).

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Mrs. Ethel Freeman Strong.
DAR ID Number: 112587
Born in Chicago, Ill.
Wife of Reuben Myron Strong.
Descendant of Judah Paddock Spooner, as follows:
1. Henry Varnum Freeman (b. 1842) m. 1873 Mary Leach Curtis (b. 1848).
2. William S. Curtis (1815-85) m. 1845 Martha A. Leach (1818-1910).
3. Andrew Leach (1768-1852) m. 1810 Deborah Spooner (1777-1823).
4. Judah Paddock Spooner m. 1770 Deborah Douglass (1753-1823).
Judah Paddock Spooner (1748-1807) was a soldier in the battle of Bunker Hill; also served as a seaman.
He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Rutland, Vt.

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Miss Alice F. Swift.
DAR ID Number: 113089
Born in Denmark, Iowa.
Descendant of Judah Paddock Spooner and of Abisha Leach, as follows:
1. Charles Andrew Swift (b. 1851) m. 2nd 1876 Zervia Jane Houston (b. 1853).
2. Eliphalet Young Swift (1815-92) m. 1843 Catherine Spooner Leach (1816-98).
3. Andrew Leach (1768-1840) m. 2nd 1810 Deborah (Spooner) Bowman (1779-1823).
4. Abisha Leach m. 1765 Patience Wood (1745-1823); Judah Paddock Spooner m. 1770 Deborah
Douglass (1753-1823).
Judah Paddock Spooner (1748-1807) served in a company of Connecticut volunteers at the Battle of
Bunker Hill and subsequently was in the privateer service. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in
Rutland, Vt.
Abisha Leach (1740-1817) was a private in Capt. Josiah Keith's company, Massachusetts troops, and was
member of committee. He was born in Bridgewater; died in Easton, Mass.

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[p.175] Mrs. Fannie Vivian Fox Butts.
DAR ID Number: 113526
Born in Avoca, N. Y.
Descendant of William Peck, as follows:
1. C. Ernest Fox (b. 1863) m. 1889 Lillian Keith (b. 1866).
2. George A. Fox (1836-1908) m. 1857 Eleanor L. Ketch (1836-1913).
3. Hiram Ketch (1793-1875) m. 1815 Sally A. Peck (1800-92).
4. William Peck (1759-1814) m. 1786 Rebecca Spooner (1761-1839).
William Peck (1759-1814) served as a private in Capt. George Peck's company, Col. John Mead's
regiment, from Greenwich, Conn., where he was born. He died in Vermont.

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Miss Alice C. Winslow.
DAR ID Number: 113831
Born in Taunton, Mass.
Descendant of Stephen Bourn, as follows:
1. Frank E. Winslow (b. 1857) m. 1881 Ellen I. Leonard (1854-87).
2. Spooner Winslow (1827-81) m. 1853 Marietta (Nelson) Aldrich (1817-1906).
3. James Nelson (b. 1785) m. 1808 Betsy Bourn (b. 1786).
4. Stephen Bourn m. 1774 Mary Dryer (1752-93).
[p.276] Stephen Bourn (1752-1814) served as a private in Capt. Samuel Healey's company, Colonel
Jacobs' regiment, Rhode Island troops, 1779. He was born in Attleboro, Mass.

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Mrs. Mary Ella Spooner Brown.
DAR ID Number: 113833
Born in Oakham, Mass.
Wife of Julius Waverly Brown.
Descendant of Eleazer Spooner, as follows:
1. Andrew Spooner, Jr. (1817-79), m. 1st 1844 Mary Brown (1822-57).
2. Andrew Spooner (1781-1863) m. 1805 Sally Adams (1782-1859).
3. Eleazer Allen m. Mehitabel Allen (1740-1821).
Eleazer Spooner (1734-1813) in 1777 was in the Bennington campaign from Oakham, Mass., where he
died. He was baptized in Dartmouth, Mass.

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Mrs. Ada Mcomber Brooks.
DAR ID Number: 114197
Born in Jamestown, Pa.
Wife of Edgar Eugene Brooks.
Descendant of Eliakim Spooner, as follows:
1. Charles Stevens McOmber (d. 1894) m. 1869 Mary Porter Wright (b. 1846).
2. Ruel Wright (1801-46) m. 1829 Rhoda Ann Spooner (1808-87).
3. Alfred Spooner (b. 1780) m. 1800 Hannah Harlow (1778-1816).
4. Eliakim Spooner m. 1764 Bathshebor Warner (1746-1831).
Eliakim Spooner (1740-1820) served as private on the Lexington Alarm in Capt. John Wheeler's
company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in
Woodstock, Vt.

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Mrs. A. Ethel Johnson Viles.
DAR ID Number: 114285
Born in Lynn, Mass.
Wife of Blaine Spooner Viles.
Descendant of Elisha Richardson, as follows:
1. William C. Johnson (1851-1912) m. 1876 Annie H. Copp (b. 1851).
2. Stephen C. Johnson (1813-89) m. 2nd 1838 Juliana Metcalf (1819-1902).
3. Nathan Metcalf (1765-1843) m. 2nd 1810 Abigal Richardson (1777-1854).
4. Elisha Richardson m. 2nd 1771 Abigal Lawrence (d. 1827).
Elisha Richardson (1743-98) served as a minute man from Wrentham, Mass., on the Lexington Alarm. He
was born and died in Wrentham.
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Mrs. Ella C. Griffin Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 115196
Born in Sudbury, Vt.
Wife of Erastus C. Sponner.
Descendant of Stephen Murray, as follows:
1. Beoni Griffin (1809-1905) m. 1844 Sarah Miller (1820-89).
2. Thomas Miller (1779-1853) m. 1807 Dorcas Murray (1783-1867).
3. Stephen Murray m. Louisa Rose.
[p.63] Stephen Murray (1757-1842) served, 1777, as private in Capt. Bezalier Bristol's company, Colonel
Newberry's regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born in Guilford, Conn.; died in Sudbury, Vt.
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Mrs. Beulah Ruggles Ferguson.
DAR ID Number: 116046
Born in Bath, Ill.
Wife of Fred Eugene Ferguson.
Descendant of Sergt. Edward Ruggles, as follows:
1. Albert Gallatin Ruggles (1848-1913) m. 1875 Mary Jane Gilworth (b. 1855).
2. James Monroe Ruggles (1818-1901) m. 1844 Mary Jan Feild (1825-1909).
3. Spooner Ruggles (1795-1874) m. 1816 Lydia Drown (b. 1796).
4. Edward Ruggles m. 1772 Anna Dean (b. 1753).
Edward Ruggles (1750-1805) was a minute man on the Lexington Alarm and served later as sergeant,
Massachusetts Line. He was born and died in Hardwick, Mass.

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Mrs. Lucy Maria Salisbury Viles.
DAR ID Number: 116135
Born in Eden, Maine.
Wife of George H. Viles.
Descendant of Lieut. Levi Higgins, as follows:
1. Wilbur R. Salisbury (b. 1855) m. 1883 Julia Ann Hamor (b. 1855).
2. Alden Spooner Hamor (1815-1913) m. 1843 Tryphena Nickerson Higgins (1822-1902).
3. Josiah Higgins (1784-1861) m. 1809 Mary Cousins (1787-1860).
4. Levi Higgins m. 1767 Bathsheba Young (d. 1799).
Levi Higgins (1743-1825) served as 2nd lieutenant in Capt. Enos Young's 7th company, 6th Lincoln
County regiment of Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born in Eastham, Mass.; died in Eden, Maine.

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Mrs. Hattie Ann Spooner Brown Draper.
DAR ID Number: 116148
Born in Oakham, Mass.
Wife of Emory F. Draper.
Descendant of Eleazer Spooner, as follows:
1. Andrew Spooner, Jr. (1817-79), m. 1844 Mary Brown (1822-57).
2. Andrew Spooner (1781-1863) m. 1805 Sally Adams (1782-1859).
3. Eleazer Spooner m. Mehitabel Allen (1740-1821).
Eleazer Spooner (1734-1813) in 1777 was in the Bennington campaign from Oakham, Mass., where he
died. He was baptized in Dartmouth, Mass.

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Mrs. Mary Foster Cannaday.
DAR ID Number: 116564
Born in Urbana, Ohio.
Wife of Chas. Benton Cannaday.
Descendant of Benjamin Chandler, as follows:
1. William Stanhope Foster (1833-1909) m. 1870 Louise Spooner (b. 1843).
2. Eleazer Spooner (1794-1882) m. 1820 Isabella Beach (1800-84).
3. David Beach m. Anna Chandler.
4. Benjamin Chandler m. Elizabeth Geoffrey.
Benjamin Chandler served as a minute man and soldier under the command of Gen. John Stark. He was
born in Connecticut; died in Bennington, Vt.

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Mrs. Angeline Williams Cox.
DAR ID Number: 116658
Born in Pardeeville, Wis.
Wife of Amariah G. Cox.
Descendant of Joseph Williams, Nathan Spicer, John King, John King, Jr., Nathan Spicer, Jr., and Amos
Merrihew, as follows:
1. Robert Morris Williams (b. 1850) m. 1868 America Angeline Smith (b. 1852).
2. Morris Sibley Williams (1830-68) m. 1849 Phebe Clotilda King (1832-1912); Nathaniel Smith (1815-
74) m. 1840 Angeline Spicer (1821-1901).
3. Jeremiah Haxton King (1799-1875) m. 1825 Mary Merrihew (1806-60); Asa Spicer (1785-1871) m.
1810 Elizabeth Tobias (1791-1861); Ebenezer Williams (1794-1864) m. 1821 Mary Ingram Ingersoll
(1795-1875).
4. John King, Jr. (1753-1841), m. 1784 Caroline Haxton (1757-1822); John Merrihew (1779-1863) m.
1799 Phebe Wright (1781-1843); Nathan Spicer, Jr., m. 1782 Catherine Philkins (1765-1863); Joseph
Williams m. 1785 Jane Sibley (1766-1806).
5. John King m. 1752 Elizabeth Fenner (1727-1808); Amos Merrihew m. 1762 Elizabeth Spooner (1738-
98); Nathan Spicer m. 1st 1758 Leah — (1739-64).
Joseph Williams (1757-1833) served as private in Col. Cornelius Van Veghten's regiment, Albany
County, New York militia. He was born in New York; died in Sangerfield, N. Y.
Nathan Spicer (1735-1811) signed the Association Test. He was born in Pomfret, Conn.; died in Amenia,
N. Y.
 [p.205] John King (1730-1808) commanded the 14th company, 1st regiment, Berkshire County,
Massachusetts militia, 1776. He was born in North Bolton, Conn.; died in Mt. Washington, Mass.
 John King, Jr. (1753-1841), was pensioned for service as private under Captains Spurr and Fosbury,
Colonels King and Hickok, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Saybrook, Conn.; died in Chenango
County, N. Y.
Nathan Spicer, Jr. (1759-1843), served as private under Lieut. Abraham Ten Eyck, New York levies. He
was born in Connecticut; died in Livingston County, N. Y.
Amos Merrihew (1738-94) served as private under Captains Wilcox and Crandon, Colonels Freeman and
Hathaway, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Nine Partners, N. Y.

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Mrs. Mabel Lucretia Grubb Williams.
DAR ID Number: 119828
Born in Galva, Ill.
Wife of George Arthur Williams.
Descendant of Corp. Jeduthan Spooner, as follows:
1. Frederick Engle Grubb (1845-99) m. 1870 Ada Lucretia Clapp (b. 1850).
2. James Ross Clapp (1822-1912) m. 1845 Mary Lucine Gates (1827-99).
3. Cephas Clapp m. Hannah Spooner (1792-1857).
4. Jeduthan Spooner m. 1781 Hannah Crowell (1755-1807).
Jedutban Spooner (1755-1817) responded to the Lexington Alarm as corporal in Capt. Thomas Kempton's
company of minute men. In 1777 served in Capt. Timothy Poage's company, Col. James Converse's
regiment, at the Bennington Alarm. He was born in New London, Conn.; died in Hardwick, Mass.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Bentley Covell.
DAR ID Number: 120031
Born in Newport, R. I.
Wife of William Walton Covell.
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Simmons, Henry Oman and Joseph Briggs, as follows:
1. William Howard Greene (1858-1904) m. 1879 Rebecca Frances Weaver (1856-1904).
2. William Oman Greene (1832-96) m. 1856 Mary Palmer Manuel (1834-1901); George Briggs Weaver
(1820-79) m. 1847 Abby Frances Peckham (1819-1908).
3. Benjamin Weaver (1781-1863) m. 1809 Hannah Spooner Briggs (1783-1847); Anthony Manuel (1800-
80) m. 1825 Ann Grey Simmons (1806-84); James Allen Green (1796-1882) m. 1820 Elizabeth Bentley
Oman (1798-1892).
4. William Oman (1769-1828) m. 1st Elizabeth Bentley (1764-1804); Edward Simmons (1779-1830) m.
1799 Sally Freeborn (1781-1825); Joseph Briggs m. 1774 Mary Spooner (1748-1830).
5. Jonathan Simmons m. Elizabeth Smith (1757-1819); Henry Oman m. 1766 Rebecca Marshall.
Jonathan Simmons (1755-1803) served as ensign and lieutenant in the militia and was taken prisoner,
1779. He was born and died in Newport, R. I.
[p.11] Henry Oman (1742-1800) served as a privateer on the vessel “General Sullivan,” 1777. He was
born in Scotland; died in Newport, R. I.
Joseph Briggs (1749-1830) was a private in Capt. Jeremiah Olney's 4th Company, Colonel Hitchcock's
regiment raised in Rhode Island. He was born in Newport; died in Rhode Island.

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Mrs. Marion R. Baker Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 121005
Born in Hingham, Mass.
Wife of John W. Spooner.
Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Lincoln, as follows:
1. Abner L. Baker (1820-49) m. 1844 Lydia J. Baker (1821-1914).

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Miss Eleanor Applegate.
DAR ID Number: 121188
Born in Beverly, Ohio.
Descendant of Peter Howe, as follows:
1. Charles Russel Applegate (b. 1862) m. 1886 Fannie Orinda Spooner (b. 1866).
2. John Roach Spooner (1836-1913) m. 1865 Harriet Eliza Wigner (1845-1915).
3. Abraham Wigner (1811-50) m. 1835 Cemantha Orinda Stacy (1817-1901).
4. William Stacy (1780-1871) m. 1801 Viloty Howe (1784-1862).
5. Peter Howe m. 1780 Orinda Fuller (1762-1835).
Peter Howe (1756-1842) enlisted, 1777, as a soldier in Capt. Ebenezer Allen's company, Colonel
Herrick's regiment of Rangers. He was at the battles of Bennington, Mt. Defiance, Diamond Island, and
Stillwater. He was born in Marlboro, Mass.; died in Ohio.

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[p.105] Mrs. Clara Hathaway Farwell.
DAR ID Number: 122347
Born in Smithfield, R. I.
Wife of Edgar W. Farwell.
Descendant of Lettice (Lettis) Washburn, as follows:
1. David T. Hathaway (b. 1853) m. 1873 Sara W. Ellis (1854-1909).
2. John Ellis (1820-70) m. 1850 Rebecca W. Taber (1831-1901).
3. Elnathan Taber (1776-1848) m. 1808 Mercy Washburn (1789-1852).
4. Lettice Washburn m. 1781 Sarah Spooner (1762-1845).
Lettice Washburn (1758-1844) enlisted as mariner on the ship “Providence,” under Capt. Abraham
Whipple, 1776. In 1820 his pension was allowed as mariner in the Massachusetts navy. He was born in
Dartmouth; died in Acushnet, Mass.

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Mrs. Ella B. Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 123108
Born in Denver, Colo.
Wife of Charles C. Spooner.
Descendant of Dr. Joseph Moffat and of Sergt Benjamin Jackson, as follows:
1. Silas M. Jackson (b. 1837) m. 2d 1879 Rachael M. Brown (b. 1851).
2. Monthanns Brown (1802-76) m. 3d 1849 Sarah L. Hamilton (1813-1901); Aaron Case Jackson (1800-
79) m. 1st 1823 Charity Ann Young (1802-55).
3. Clarke Brown (1771-1817) m. 1799 Tabitha Moffat (b. 1780); Ziba Jackson (1777-1848) m. 1st 1798
Phebe Lyon (1782-1836).
4. Joseph Moffat (1740-1802) m. 2d 1772 Lois Haynes; Benjamin Jackson (1752-1842) m. 1st Abigail
Mitchell (1755-1843).
Joseph Moffat (1740-1802) served on war committees and as town clerk, 1779-84. He was born and died
in Brimfield, Mass.
 Benjamin Jackson (1752-1842) received a pension for service as private and sergeant, Morris County,
New Jersey militia. He was born in Belleville; died in Knox County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Emma Lamb Cain.
DAR ID Number: 123766
Born in Ashland, Mass.
Wife of Benjamin F. Cain.
Descendant of Benajah Woodbury, Benjamin Woodbury, Samuel Lamb, Joseph Rider, Sergt. Jacob
Albertson, Daniel Stockwell, and William Amy, as follows:
1. Gilbert Nurse Lamb (1820-90) m. 1852 Hannah H. Woodbury (1833-1907).
2. Benajah Woodbury, Jr. (1783-1861), m. 2d Vena Amy; Daniel Lamb (1790-1871) m. 1811 Jane
Spooner Albertson (1789-1868).
3. Benajah Woodbury m. 2d 1781 Abigail —; Samuel Lamb m. 1762 Rebeckah Cozzens (d. 1808); Jacob
Albertson m. 1775 Lydia Rider (1752-1833); William Amy —.
4. Benjamin Woodbury m. 1746 Hannah Putnam (b. 1728); Joseph Rider m. 1754 Martha (Thankful) —
(1724-1802); Daniel Stockwell m. Miriam —.
Benajah Woodbury (1747-1802), served several enlistments under different commands, 1777-80,
Massachusetts troops. He was born in Sutton; died in Royalston, Mass.
 Benjamin Woodbury (1726-93) was a selectman of the town of Royalston and member of the Committee
of Safety. He was born in Beverly; died in Royalston, Mass.
Samuel Lamb (1741-1810) served as private in Capt. Abijah Lamb's company, Colonel Cushing's
regiment, 1777. He was born in Hopkinton; died in Worcester County, Mass.
Joseph Rider (1728-94) was a patriot, who, with others, was ordered by the town to furnish money to
procure a substitute. He was born and died in Plymouth, Mass.
Jacob Albertson (1752-1832) was placed on the pension roll of Providence County, R. I., 1834, for
service as quartermaster sergeant, Rhode Island militia. He was born in Plymouth, Mass.; died in
Providence, R. I.
[p.245] Daniel Stockwell's name appears on alarm list among men belonging to train band. He was born
in Sutton, Mass.
 William Amy (1759-1837) served, 1778, in guarding the Vermont frontier in company commanded by
Luther Richardson in Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment. He was born in New Salem, N. H.; died in Quebec,
Canada.

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Mrs. Libbie Eastman Seemann.
DAR ID Number: 123999
Born in Seneca, Ohio.
Wife of John C. Seemann.
Descendant of Capt. John Wisner, Capt. John Wisner, Jr., Sergt. Benjamin Spooner and Tilton Eastman,
as follows:
1. William Spooner Eastman (1835-1915) m. 1864 Mary Ann Russell (1843-1906).
2. John Wisner Eastman (1797-1871) m. 1824 Cynthia Spooner (1807-55).
[p.316] 3. Peter Eastman (1774-1858) m. 1797 Sarah Wisner (1777-1862); William Spooner (1766-1828)
m. 1789 Abigail Bennett.
4. John Wisner m. 1st Mary Thompson; Benjamin Spooner m. 1764 Mary Hoskins Pierce; Tilton
Eastman m. 1767 Polly Owen.
5. John Wisner m. Anna —.
John Wisner (1718-78) commanded a company of Orange County Minute Men. He was born and died in
Orange County, N. Y.
John Wisner, Jr. (1741-1811), was captain of the Purling Brook, New York regiment. He was born and
died in New York.
Benjamin Spooner (1743-1827) served as sergeant in Capt. Washburn's company, under Colonels Sprout
and White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Middleboro, Mass.
Tilton Eastman (1741-1805) served as private in the Ulster County, New York militia, under Col. James
McClaughrey. He was born in New Fairfield, Conn.; died in Hamburg, N. J.

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Mrs. Rena Drowne Follansbee Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 125275
Born in Providence County, R. I.
Wife of Lewis G. Spooner.
Descendant of Nathaniel Drowne, as follows:
1. Henry N. Follansbee (1858-1911) m. 1879 Hattie E. Drowne (1858-1902).
2. Otis E. Drowne (1822-97) m. 1847 Ann Maria Jeffers (1825-1906).
3. Royal Drowne (1797-1855) m. 1814 Elizabeth Medbury (1799-1878).
4. Royal P. Drowne (1774-1825) m. 1796 Lucy Bliss (1773-1866).
5. Nathaniel Drowne m. 1764 Susanna Whitaker (1739-1818).
Nathaniel Drowne (1740-1817) served as private in Capt. Stephen Richardson's company, Col. George
Williams' Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Bristol, R. I.; died in Rehoboth, Mass.

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Mrs. Harriet Lucile Hoard Becker.
DAR ID Number: 125664
Born in Ft. Atkinson, Wis.
Descendant of John McPherson, Ariel Egerton and Capt. Jesse Sawyer, as follows:
[p.214] 1. Arthur Ralph Hoard (b. 1863) m. 1886 Grace Edith McPherson (1865-1903).
2. John James McPherson (1826-1914) m. 1855 Matilda Wood (1827-1913); William D. Hoard (b. 1836)
m. 1860 Agnes Elizabeth Bragg (b. 1840).
3. John McPherson (1784-1868) m. Lucretia Spooner; Wm. D. Bragg m. Almira Ednah Egerson; William
Bradford Hoard (1806-82) m. 1833 Sarah Katheine White (1808-83).
4. John McPherson m. Agnes McLaughlin; Ariel Egerton, Jr., m. Abigail Keyes; Benjamin White (1774-
1817) m. 1795 Betsy Sawyer (b. 1773).
5. Ariel Egerton m. Edna Huntington; Jesse Sawyer m. Katherine White (1749-1829).
John McPherson served as private in Capt. John Moore's company, Col. John Stark's New Hampshire
regiment, 1775. He died in Bedford, N. H.
 Ariel Egerton (1757-1838) enlisted, 1775, as minute man from Norwich, in Capt. Eben Lathrop's
company; also Capt. Robinson's company, Col. John Durkee's Connecticut regiment. In 1818 he was
placed on the Vermont pension roll. He was born in Franklin, Conn.; died in Vermont.
 Jesse Sawyer was lieutenant of Green Mountain Boys, 1775, and, 1778, was appointed captain of a
company serving to the northward. He commanded a company of Rangers, 1780-91, for the defense of
Vermont. He was born in Bennington, Vt., died in Walton, N. Y.

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Mrs. Mary Spooner Manson.
DAR ID Number: 125820
Born in South Hadley, Mass.
Wife of Charles H. Manson.
Descendant of Sergt. Josiah Snow, as follows:
1. Elbridge Spooner (1832-1905) m. 1860 Cornelia D. Snow (b. 1836).
2. Spencer Snow (1801-52) m. 1827 Deborah Day (1806-91).
3. Josiah Snow, Jr. (1766-1847), m. 1796 Mercy Lyman (1772-1844).
4. Josiah Snow m. Lucy Judd (1740-1822).
Josiah Snow (1732-1807) served as sergeant in Capt. Noah Goodman's company, on the Lexington
Alarm, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in South Hadley, Mass.

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Mrs. Maud Leora Sprague Daggett.
DAR ID Number: 126507
Born in Coal Run, Ohio.
Wife of Frank L. Daggett.
Descendant of Maj. Joshua Sprague, as follows:
1. Manley H. Sprague (1853-1915) m. 1877 Frances Ella Leonard (b. 1853).
2. Joseph S. Sprague (1831-85) m. 1852 Henrietta M. Laughery (1832-1915).
3. Jonathan Sprague (1799-1885) m. 1824 Susan B. Lynch (1805-85).
4. James Sprague (1761-1845) m. 1st Mary Spooner (d. 1794).
5. Joshua Sprague m. 2d 1750 Abigail Wilber (1731-1825).
Joshua Sprague (1729-1816) served as major in Col. Jacob Stafford's company of independent volunteers
of Lanesboro, Mass. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Washington County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Lydia Howell De Labaume.
DAR ID Number: 127731
Born in Aurora, Ill.
Wife of Felix Oscar de LaBaume.
Descendant of Sergt. Edward Ruggles, as follows:
1. Isaac Moffatt Howell (1821-81) m. 1844 Cornelia Ann Ruggles (1821-91).
2. Spooner Ruggles (1795-1874) m. 1816 Lydia Drown (1796-1885).
3. Edward Ruggles m. 1772 Anna Dean (1753-1842).
Edward Ruggles (1750-1805) was a minute man on the Lexington Alarm and served later as sergeant. He
was born and died in Hardwick, Mass.

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[p.246] Mrs. Stella Caroline Bridge Morgan.
DAR ID Number: 148794
Born in West Windsor, Vt.
Wife of Millard Henry Morgan.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Ebenezer Bridge and of Samuel Waldron, as follows:
1. Ebenezer A. Bridge (1823-1910) m. 1846 Isabella Spooner (1826-1904).
2. Bezaleel Bridge (1771-1855) m. 1802 Hannah Adams (1783-1846); Samuel Waldron, Jr. (1790-1860)
m. 1819 Sylvia Patrick (1800-60).
3. Ebenezer Bridge m. 1763 Mehitable Wood (1741-1825); Samuel Waldron m. 2d 1781 Lydia Salisbury.
Ebenezer Bridge (1742-1823) commanded a company of minutemen at the Lexington Alarm; promoted
major, 1777 and, 1779, was lieutenant colonel of the 9th Worcester County, Massachusetts regiment. He
was born in Lexington, Mass.; died in Hartland, Vt.
 Samuel Waldron (1723-1806) served as private in Capt. Joseph Parker's company, Colonel Lee's
Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Harlem, N. Y.; died in Hartland, Vt.
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Mrs. Florence S. Paddock Ormiston.
DAR ID Number: 149872
Born in Massena, N. Y.
Wife of George D. Ormiston.
Descendant of Thomas Paddock and of William Paddock, as follows:
1. William H. Paddock (1822-1904) m. 1846 Susan Andrews (1827-1907).
2. William Spooner Paddock (b. 1787) m. 1820 Wealthy Porter (1796-1870).
3. William Paddock m. Thankful Williamson (1760-1837).
4. Thomas Paddock m. 1747 Hannah Thomas (b. 1731).
Thomas Paddock served as private in Capt. Job Pierce's company, Col. Theophilus Cotton's Plymouth
County regiment, Massachnsetts [p.274] Line. He was born, 1723, in Middleboro; died in Holland, Mass.
 William Paddock served as private under Capt. Nathaniel Wood and Col. Ebenezer Sprout in the
Massachusetts militia. He was born 1748, in Middleboro, Mass.; died in Malone, N. Y.

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Mrs. Annie A. Stringham Spooner.
DAR ID Number: 158762
Born in Brooldyn, N. Y.
Wife of Horace F. Spooner.
Descendant of Sergt. Wheelock Booth, as follows:
1. James B. Stringham (1826-91) m. 1856 Mary H. Booth (1833-1915).
2. Barnahas H. Booth (1812-1901) m. 1832 Maria Pearsall (1812-83).
3. Nathaniel Booth (1780-1830) m. 1803 Anna Horton (1782-1869).
4. Wheelock Booth m. 1763 Alethea Overton (1746-1825).
Wheelock Booth (1742-1824) served as sergeant in Capt. Paul Reeve's company, New York troops. He
was born and died in Southold, N. Y.

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Miss Georgia M. Walsh.
DAR ID Number: 160655
Born in Chillicothe, Mo.
Descendant of Timothy Newton and of Gideon Newton, as follows
1. William E. Walsh (b. 1860) m. 1884 Helen Newton (b. 1861).
2. George Gideon Newton (1835-62) m. 1858 Samantha Goddard (1837-1915).
3. Anson Newton (1790-1867) m. 1817 Sarah Elizabeth Steward (b. 1798).
4. Gideon Newton m. 1789 Rebecca (Betsey) Spooner (1767-1830).
5. Timothy Newton m. 1751 Sarah Merrick (1732-1803).
Timothy Newton was a member of the Committee of Correspondence and also Selectman of Hardwick,
Mass., 1774-78. He was born in Westboro; died, 1811, in Hardwick, Mass.
 Gideon Newton (1760-1842) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Josiah Fay's company of
minutemen and also served as private in Capt. Timothy Page's company, Massachusetts militia. He was
born in Hardwick, Mass.; died in Barnard, Vt.

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Mrs. Helen Thompson Gerry.
DAR ID Number: 161506
Born in Roxbury, Mass.
Wife of Clarence E. Gerry.
Descendant of Ward Spooner, as follows:
1. John Franklin Thompson (1844-1903) m. 1870 Zilpha Hodsdon (b. 1845).
2. John P. Hodsdon (1812-97) m. 1834 Betsey Spooner (1811-79).
3. Ward Spooner, Jr. (1777-1872), m. 1798 Betsey Parker (1779-1845).
4. Ward Spooner m. Abigail Pease.
Ward Spooner responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Thomas Kempton's company from
Dartmouth, Mass., where, in 1751, he was born.

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[p.274] Mrs. Della Allen Somers.
DAR ID Number: 161902
Born in Rochester, N. Y.
Wife of Leland S. Somers.
Descendant of Daniel Allen, as follows:
1. Henry B. Allen (b. 1864) m. 1886 Rose C. Allen (b. 1867).
2. Daniel Paris Allen (1826-84) m. 1857 Anna Harris (1833-79).
3. John Spooner Allen (1791-1853) m. 1814 Fannie Scovill (1789-1875).
4. Daniel Allen m. 1st 1780 Harriet Bassett (d. 1793).
Daniel Allen (1757-1811) served as minute man, 1775, at the battle of Concord. He was born in
Sandwich, Mass.; died in Johnstown, N. Y.

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Mrs. Lenore Sprague Stack.
DAR ID Number: 162130
Born in Basil, Ohio.
Wife of Charles E. Stack.
Descendant of Maj. Joshua Sprague, James Sprague, Frederick Sprague, George Kistler, Ephraim True,
Demas Lindley, Ziba Lindley, Job Fuller, William Bartlett, Capt. Thomas Tuttle, Solmon Tuttle, Ensign
Benjamin Batchelder, Col. Henry Herrick, Lieut. Tobias Leighton and Ebenezer Spooner, as follows:
1. Warren V. Sprague (b. 1873) m. 1894 Floride M. Kistler (b. 1872).
2. Levi Allen Sprague (b. 1844) m. 1866 Sarah Edith True (b. 1848); Samuel Adams Kistler (1835-99) m.
1858 Floride Jane Lindley (1839-99).
3. Willington Page Sprague (1819-87) m. 1839 Mary M. Turner (1821-76); Samuel Kistler (1804-79) m.
1825 Elizabeth King (1803-71); Austin True (1818-1906) m. 1844 Jane Fuller (1826-53); Ziba Lindley,
Jr. (1798-1868), m. 1820 Mary M. Bartlett (1799-1872).
4. Anson Sprague (1781-1856) m. 1806 Susanna Sprague (1793-1857); Henry Kistler (1776-1841) m.
Mary Hester Kramer (1776-1854); Josiah True (1776-1855) m. 1804 Almira Tuttle (1788-1853); Ziba
Lindley m. 1787 Abigail Lindley (1771-1820); Joseph Turner m. Ellis Sprague (1786-1839); Resolved
Fuller (1780-1850) m. 2d 1825 Nancy Batchelder (1797-1870); Henry Bartlett (1771-1850) m. 1792
Betsey Corey (1772-1857).
5. James Sprague m. Mary Spooner (d. 1794) (parents of Anson); Frederick Sprague m. Rebecca Nichols
(1766-1850) (parents of Ellis); George Kistler m. — —; Ephraim True m. 1st 1776 Mary Eaton (1749-
97); Dernas Lindley m. 1755 Joannah Prudden (1735-1808) (parents of Abigail); Job Fuller m. Susannah
Russell (b. 1750); William Bartlett m. 1761 Joanna Herrick (1745-1810); Solomon Tuttle m. 1st 1777
Deborah Strong (1760-1814); Benjamin Batchelder, Jr. (1773-1859), m. 1797 Olive Leighton (1780-
1838).
[p.41] 6. Joshua Sprague m. 2d 1750 Abigail Wilbur (1731-1825); Thomas Tuttle m. 1753 Lydia Owen
(d. 1800); Benjamin Batchelder m. 1st Esther —; Henry Herrick m. 1737 Anna Bachelder (1717-1815);
Tobias Leighton m. Ann Tuttle; Ebenezer Spooner m. 1745 Sarah Robinson (1720-1807).
Joshua Sprague (1729-1816) served as major in Col. Joab Stafford's regiment of Independent Volunteers
of Lanesboro, Mass. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Washington County, Ohio.
 James Sprague (1761-1845) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut Line under
Captain Leavenworth and Colonel Meigs. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Otsego, Ohio.
Frederick Sprague (1762-1839) was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, 1818, for service as private in the
Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in Vermont; died in Truro, Ohio.
 George Kistler served as private, 1777, in Captain Ritter's company, Berks County, Pennsylvania troops.
He was born in Berks County; died in Kutztown, Pa.
Ephraim True (1756-1835) was a private in Capt. Samuel Noyes' company, Colonel Phinney's regiment,
Massachusetts troops. He was born in Salisbury, Mass.; died in Lower Salem, Ohio.
 Demas Lindley (1733-1818) served as private in the Continental Line and was a ranger on the frontier
from Washington County, Pa., where he died. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.
Ziba Lindley (1762-1849) served as private in the Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in
Sussex County, N. J.; died in Athens County, Ohio.
 Job Fuller served as drummer in Capt. Samuel Chandler's company, Connecticut troops. He was born,
1751, in Killingly, Conn.; died in South Brimfield, Mass.
 William Bartlett (1741-94) served as naval agent at Beverly and forwarded supplies taken from
privateers for the army while carrying on the siege of Boston. He was born in Beverly, Mass.; died in
Westmoreland County, Pa.
 Thomas Tuttle commanded a company in the 3d regiment, Vermont militia. He was born 1730, in New
Haven, Conn.; died in Vermont.
Solomon Tuttle (1757-1830) served as private in Capt. Peleg Sunderland's company, Vermont troops;
also under Col. Ethan Allen. He was born in Salisbury, Conn.; died in Athens County, Ohio.
 [p.42] Benjamin Batchelder (1746-1818) served as sergeant and ensign in Captain Calef's company, Col.
Pierce Long's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Hampton Falls, N. H.; died in Swanville, Me.
 Henry Herrick (1716-80) was colonel of the 8th Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in
Beverly, Mass.
 Tobias Leighton (1736-1812) served as private, ensign and lieutenant in the New Hampshire troops
under Colonels Poor and Long. He was born in Dover; died in Madbury, N. H.
Ebenezer Spooner (1724-1800) was a sailor on the privateer “Charming Polly”. He was born in
Dartmouth, Mass.; died in Monkton, Vt.

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Mrs. Edith Elsie Martin Bennett.
DAR ID Number: 164973
Born in Cove, Oreg.
Wife of G. E. Bennett.
Descendant of Maj. Joshua Sprague, as follows:
1. William E. Martin (b. 1867) m. 1886 Minnie E. Blevins (b. 1870).
2. John Blevins (1843-1909) m. 1869 Stella May Linn (1851-73).
3. William F. Linn (b. 1815) m. 1837 Melissa M. Sprague (1815-93).
4. Anson Sprague (1781-1856) m. 1806 Susanna Sprague (1793-1857).
5. James Sprague (b. 1761) m. 1st Mary Spooner (d. 1794).
6. Joshua Sprague m. 2d 1750 Abigail Wilbur (1731-1825).
Joshua Sprague (1729-1816) was major in Col. Jacob Stafford's regimen of Independent Volunteers of
Lanesboro, Mass. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Washington County, Ohio.

				
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